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December 12, 1898

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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f HE "DOLdB' ARE SOURCE OP Pretty Colors, Pretty Shapes. We carry them for MORRISSEY BROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. BY THB TBtBORAPH PRINTING COMPANV. MONDAY EVE., DEU. 12, OFK1CB: TELEGRAPH BUILDING, CORHBB TEinD ANR PUIA BTI. THB DAILY TBLSORAPH II dellTeredby otrrter* to til p»rt« oC tho olty et Alton, North Alum »nd Upper Alton, for 10 o«nt§ per Week. M»lled to »ny *44»e»« »l the rate ot SO «•«*• P« month. THB TELEGRAPH bu the UrgertolronUtlon oftnyptperlnAlton, and l> the be«tme«ln» tor tdrenlien. Comma TBWD urn PitiA Bnnra. TIM- ra OH* No. n. HANDKERCHIEFS. Having taken advantage of tha closing out sale of J. M. Locke & Co., Chinjn. III. We are prepared to give some special values in Ladies' Handkerchiefs, at 5, 8,10,13,15, 20, 26, 35 cents. Remember the early buyers will have the best selection. . H. f. LEHNE, 113 W Third st. ^**flK»*^^ | A thing ol beauty is a joy forever. <R S© IT IS With onr dainty CMd Lace Pins we have In for our CHRISTMAS TRADE A eolld ftold brooch nicely enameled, Center, only <5. •A SUNBURSTE Like out •12, the Dame with diamond »25. with Opal Diamond Rings are something that never wear oat—the mounting ot course will wear bat the same stone in a new setting to alwaya a new ring, always the bett. TheQermanla Building and Loan Association today sold shares of stock In its 33d series. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenwood, of Edwardsvllle, spent Sunday with Mrs. Buckmaater In this city. Florida bright and russet oranges at J. H. Bagman's. Mr. George MoKlnney has returned from Albuquerque, N. M., after a stay of several weeks there. Dr. O. ATMoMIHen, dentist, post- office building. The ladles of the Presbyterian church give their annual sale and supper Wednesday evening In the church. The natural loe bridge across the river at this point had become quite solid yesterday, and many orosed the river on It. We keep open house until 8 p. m.— A. Neermann &Bon. Olives Inliulk at J. H. Bauman's. ""TEeWhlte Hussar band has been admitted to membership In the Turner Society, in ta body. Hereafter the band will practice In Turner hall. Try HolPs Buck Eye 6f Ulgar. Bertie Dlvon, colored, aged 16 years, died at the bome'.of her parents on Union street. The body was sent to Sparta today for Interment. Wanted—CHrl, general honsework. Apply Bailey, 1226 Alton st. The quarterly rally of the Alton Christian Endeavor Union will be held tomorrow evening in the 0. P. church. An Interesting program has been prepared for the occasion. $5 leather lined laced boots for $2.50 at Qlberson & Sons, 2d and Plasa sta. The Board of Education has been notified that fire escapes must be placed on Lincoln school, in compliance with the State law that all windows over two stories be provided with them. Always the ' Cheapest and SeeJ. E. Holl for Smoker Xoaas gifts, 648 east 2nd st. For factory pantsi see Norman. Boys' 50?, 60? and 75?. Men's $1 a na . * 1 - 2 .°> vood pants for boys and youths*!, «1 20, »1 2o. Men's corduroy, $2.25. The new flag purchased for the city building was floated on the breeze from the staff on the city hall cupola, yesterday, In honor of the signing of treaty of peace by Spain and the United States. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bid*., Phone 185. Alton Conservatory, Eighth Year: Third Term. Tec. 1st. MM!C, Art, Elocution, Dekarte and Special Studies. Mist Alice K. Marah.Voloe and Piano. Seminary street, Uppor Alton. Second end Alby , III. R r* . Is. Sand tor Catalogue. ,u., Alton. How Do We Doll? Yon Bay one «mau profit. Ou-kaUStr*!. v . „ ApaooD PLOW co It Pays te buy the Bwt. ATrWOrfer CWVlMM. WILKINSON, /M, 0 PHYSICIAN Md SURGEON, « and and Market rtlett School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL. W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director m b««lM LADIES ! MAKE YOUR OWN DRESSES. id. UM.. Foi Muilo, Bloou- reasonableiprToeiir All work guarantee:!. BROWN WELL & CLEMM, 1026 Second st. The street oar tracks were cleared of snow this morning by a snow plow tbat began operations at about three o'clock. It Is related of the Head of a Mlddletown family that he beard the anow plow going down and he thought It waa the early oar and tbat getting up time had rolled around. He roused the family and had breakfast before be learned of bis mistake. If Mr. Porter" desires to promote domestic tranqnlllty along his street car tracks he will be obliged to keep bis snow- plowa in the aueds until a more seasonable hour. Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey FuelOo. They have moved to 814 Piaaa street. Every reader of this paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Oo. In this Issue. It will interest you. Hard Spring Wheat jp-aui of the Earth," «4 00. AOTON ROLLEB MILLING Co. Dr. A. 0. Barr, dentist, 118 W. 8d st Smoke Holl's "Keystone" 10," cigar. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop. A. J. Zangg, 210 Plasa st Try Neinlnger'B Magnolia aud new Improved Pig. Capt. Wm. Leyhe has returned from Madison, lad., .where he took the Spread Eagle. The old Spread Eagle Is to be dismantled at once and some of her machinery will be placed on the new Spread Eagle. For a eood shave, hot and cold bath go to Maul & Hall, Plasa st. Mend broken dishes with ''Climax'' Glue Cement. Druggists and grocers. Ths anniversary meeting of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Congregational church was held last evening in the church, with a very mteresting program, various members of the society taking part. Fancy articles and tempting viands at the Presbyterian sale and aupper Deo. 14tb. Comet The flrtk anniversary ot the opening of the Preabyfceflaft church was observed Sunday with appropriate services In the chnroh. Eev. H. K. Banborn preached a sermon commemorative of the event, reviewing the work of the year, and gpeakleg most hopefully of the church's future. Gun and" lock repairing done by Hubbel.—Jarrett balmlng, e. 2nd st. Rt. Rev Bishop Seymour, of Springfield, will be In Alton Thursday evening to hold confirmation services In St. Paul's Episcopal church. He will lecture- Friday morning atShurtleff College on the subject, "A Bird's Eye View of History," beginning With the time of Julius Caesar. Stop that cough with Stanley's White Pine.- Paul's Pharmacy. Go to MTlWorltz'B for yonr winter headwear. The largest (stock and atest atyles. The City Council will hold Its December meeting Tuesday evening, when the matter of passing on the Mayor's veto of the Mississippi Valley Railway ordinance will come up. The Mayor will probably make an appointment to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Oapt. H. B. Starr as a member of the Board ot Education. Michigan sweet apple cider at J. H. Banman's. Tioraev Fuel Oo. have left Belle street and a£noW located at 314 Piasa street. Give them a call. The riverlias been rising during the past few days at quite a rapid rate and melting snows will increase the rise. On Saturday evening the gauge showed a stage of one foot below low watermark. At 0 o'clock this morning the gauge showed .4 of s foot above low water. A continued rise would make short work of the ice gorge above the city. _ See our fine assortment of Rugs. Come now while the "•o r ^ m8e(nafc is stl11 The snovTtbat began~falllns last night will be of Inestimable benefit, to the growing wheat which was suffering from the severe cold weather. The young wheat is now safely covered. The snow bas covered the ice fields across the river and will prevent a rapid thickening of the ice. It is now about seven inches thick. Country roads are hard and smooth as a floor, so that sleighing will be fine If the snow lasts any time. Pretty things to buy and g^* thin 8 B to eat at Presbyterian sale, Dec. 14th. Scott is the busiest tailorjn town. An elecant line of fine sample shoes In ladeTand men's, children and boys, suitable for Xmas^presents, at Qiberaon & Sons, 2d and Piasa eta. John Alexander, of Grafton, died Friday under peculiar circumstances, and was buried yesterday. About ten days ago Alexander and a photographer at Grafton named Eisman, bad a tight and, during the encounter a peace maker in attempting to separate the combatant* struck Alezander a knock-out blow on the jaw. Alexander was taken ill shortly after and died within a week. Alexander's death following so close after his serious Injury has caused much talk In the village and the matter may be investigated. f Yes too Many. We will distribute them before CHRISTMAS TIME for a small consideration, in this manner, A Black Hare, worth any time $1.00 for 50c, An Extra Good Hare, worth any time $1,50 for 75c, Oppossum " Muff Extra Electric Seal, Wool " Monkey Fur Squirrel Fur " " " " " " " " '" " " 2,00 for $1,00. 2.50 for 1.25. 2,50 for 1.25. 4,00;for 1,75. $6,to$7, 3,00. lt $6 to $7, 3.00. " " " SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY. PIERSON & SHRR O. G DEATH'S HARVEST. Grim Reaper Takes Bearded Grain at a Breath and Mowers that Grow Between. Doath was ousy Saturday and Sunday. Seldom Is the press called upon to chronicle so many deaths in a single day. MRS. JESSE STEWART. Ida Fritsch Stewart, the young wife of Mr. Jesse Stewart, passed away last evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Frltsoh on Second street, after a painful Illness. She was taken ill with typhoid fever five weeks ago and from the first her relatives and intimate friends who were near her viewed her condition with alarm. Everything that loving care could do was done but the terrible fever still baffled the physician's skill, and sot at naught all her loved ones could do. In hope that the change would be beneficial she was moved from her home on Market street to the home of her parents, Mr, DON'T MONKEY With your health, it's not healthy. , Get wod Medicines and get Cored, i When you buy drugs, medicines or anything else you get the real thin? «t PAUL BROS., » Prescription Specialists. i "THE CORNER DRUG STORE." { lltnry and Second. \ $13.50 NAVAL MILITIA. An Important Meeting to be Held Tomorrow Evening. Wanted. Two boarders to occupy newly far- ness. bid. Dr.A.W.Kue. The smooth loe on the bay acroos the river bebind the government dike was taken advantage of yesterday afternoon by hundreds of skaters. Tbo Transit made trips from Alton to the skating fields and was kept busy all afternoon carrying the crowd. ~v_ j Ola In "RfttVlfl ftt- Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st An Immense line of warm lined shoes for men and women at tne proper price at J.M Glbaraon & Son's Second and Plasa streets. llu7"LaBelle The beat, tl.OO. The stay of the beautiful snow was aa brief as the mythical angels visits are said to be. Nevertheless all were glid to see H, with the exception of the solitary Individual who harnessed up hU horse and hitched bis sleigh and started for a ride. Like all Ufa's pleasures the rlae was toojmef. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries and celery lust received at Stanton & Yeake/B, 2nd and Market. Personal. Wm. Tribble went to Carthage, Mo., today, on a business trip. Louis Koch and Geo. Parker spent Sunday in Edwardsville with lady friends. . Mr. John Davis, of Shipman, was in town today viaitins at the home of Mr. H. W.Hart. Guy P. Givens, a discharged soldier of Go. 1,16th infantry, was in town today looking up friends. Mr 0. L. Grice, Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent, of the Burlington, was in town this after- n °Mrs Eugene Oox and children who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Swift, left for New Orleans Saturday night and Mrs. Julius Frltsch. Death came Sunday night taking her In the twenty-eighth year of her age, in the prime of young womanhood, leaving a husband and child of two years without the watchful care of the wife and mother. The young couple were married three years ago and a happier more devoted couple could not have been found. Mrs. Stewart was a charming young woman whom everybody who knew, loved, and lier death bas caused a pall of genuine grief to fall upon those who were her acquaintances. In all her accustomed places she will be truly missed and the sympathy of the entire community will be with the bereaved family. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afjernoon from the home of Mr. Julius Fritsch on Second street. MRS. THOS. TOOMEY. Mrs. Thomas Toomey, an old and well known resident of Alton, died at her home on BlnB street Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, after a long illness. She was not considered as being seriously ill until the past week. She was a native of Ireland but had lived in Alton many years, having come here when quite a young woman. She leaves a husband and one daughter. The funeral will be Tuesday at 9 a. rn. from the Cathedral. MKS. HUEBNEU. Mrs. John Huebner, for many years a respected resident of Alton, Uied at an early hour Monday morning at her home on Seventh street between Belle and State streets, after an illness with dropsy. She waa 60 years of age and leaves a husband and savera) children to mourn her death. The funeral will be at 10 o'olook Tuesdiy from the Cathedral. TJ1EBESA MILLER. Theresa, the fifteen yeara old child of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller, died at 8 o'clock Sunday night at the family home on North street pf tor a two weeks illness with luug troubles. lier untimely death is a sad blow to her parents and she will ba much rameod by her little friends. 1ULK8. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dillta wore bereaved by the death of their little son, aged 8 months, Saturday night, after a short illness. The fuuoral waa at 2 o'olook this afternoon from the family home, 127 East Third street. An important meeting or the Naval Militia will be held tomorrow evening. Among other matters that will be considered will be preparation of data, demanded by the State office™ and Navy Department, concerning the enlistment of all members who served during the war. This data is necessary in order to make the history of the divlaion complete and to secure a perfect record of the members. Another matter is to respond to the call to resume regular work in the State service, in order tbat the company may ba in good working condition at the time of the expiration of the three year limit, Feb. 1, 189!). To consider matters of general importance to the welfare of the organization. To prepare for the reception of the Inspector, who is to be here soon. To add to the good name the division has enjoyed during its existence, so that the charter members may be mustered outjwith creditable showing. To take steps to prepare for the third anniversary of the division, Feb. 1, 1899. The meeting id to be tomorrow night (Deo. 13) at the armory, at 7:30 o'clock. Is all we ask for a wairanted 20 year Gold Filled Ladies Watch. A genuine snap. Only a few at this price. Our stock of Ladies' Chains is very low in price and high in quality. Solid Gold as low as $6.50. Gent's Chains and Scarf Pins a prices. All suitable for Christmas p f °" ents. *"*• Don't forget our $1.98 Umbrella for Gent's and Ladies. E. H. QOULDINQ'S SONS, Alton's Old Reliable Jewelry House. Try the Best, "LaBelle," 84.00. Lindley & Dickinson, uentlsts, Nia- bettbldg., opp. Olty Building. Girl Wanted. Apply at 220 12th st. 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 product. EXAMINE yon will M0» OUR CLOTHES lattorns wo •how aro An llniali al a fair prlcw, come to us. Business Suits $16 to «0, Cutaways $20 up. Overcoats $18 up. Anyway oomo In and soo our goods and prlocB L. 0. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 231 Flasa [st. The only place to buy GillospiePoal is 314 Piasa street.—Dorsa^Fuel t. o. Tarn Spring WheatT -"Oroam of the Earth," 34-00, ALTON EOLLKB MILLING Oo. Go to Mr Moritz'B tor your collars, 16j», two for 26«, lor <our cuffs, 26C per pair. The bent for the money. UPPER ALTON, Th e BOYS should be kept warm. Take time and come and see what a nice line of Boys Suits and Overcoats ' show you We have them in sges j to 15 years, and'-// kind of prices. Third Street Clothier. Miss Minnie MoPheraon, of Bunker Hill, Baug a eolo at the Presbyterian church yesterday. Mias Mattie Starr, of Banker Hill, la in town. Dr. A. K. de Blola preached at the Baptist church yesterday. The W. M. A. boys gave a skating party on the Academy pond Saturday nTJhi A number of Alton and Upper Alton young people were present ai d snout J jolly overling on the loe. P The Woman's MlnSionary Society of tho Baptist church will moot Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M. A. Leverett. Blackburn University haa accepted Bhurtleff'a challenge to an «ntf««>» £ ; K ate debate and the fray will take D aoo In Upper Alton some tltne In February The President o Wash- ine-tonT University is to select the queSuon, and Blackburn, accord log to ullege etiquette, has the oho loe < f sides 8 A preliminary debate w II be held at Bhurtleff soon, In which students appointed by each of the four col eg" clasaes will compete for the honor of representing the school on the great occasion. ^ ~8wmi for Rent. For light housekeeping. Apply at 102 \V. Seventh street. Have yonr 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. for Men Only. Surprise your wife with a truly useful present. A new Carpet for instance; we can new and lay them on short notice.—A. Neermann & Son. Trading Mamps. Alter Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.—Dorsej Fuel Oo. Mr. Edwiu Dullish! who hap boou visiting relatives iu Iowa, has roturn- od and resumed his duties iu tho Stanard mills. ____ The Modern Mother has fouud that her little ones are improved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when iu need of the laxative effects of u gentle remedy, than by any other. Children enjoy it aud it benefits them. Tlie true remedy, Syrup of Figa, ia manufactured by tlu> California Ki« Syrup «o. only- Railway Notes. General Miuianor 0. U. Ohappell of the Chicago & Alton, who ia taking tl'O bftths at Hot Springs does not 1m prove very nipidly. Ho is a great BiifTdrer from rheumatism and in nour- ly helpings. Ho has to be wheeled back and forth to the b»ths mid is somewhat discouraged over bis progress towards convalescence. The Ohicitgo & Alton has pulled off its cheap Saturday and Sunday trains to Ohiougo und St. Louis. Business men In towns nlong the lino have protested HO strongly against those excursions, as destructive to their business, that the road has decided to stop excursions. «*wiiw mci f*i v%i»*wt TH©S GOUDIE. Agent for CHASE & SANBORN'SJlmportations. No. 26 West Second st. \- -j Telephone BOYS! * PURE OR»rt CREAM Or T»HT»R POWDER OR, 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.^0. Air Rifles from 75? to $2. A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belle P. S.—We are headquarters for Barney and Berry Skates. THE BEST QUALITY In fl»ur for your Christmas b king is n cessary to make pa-try, cakes, pies. etc. We have the best grades of flour and every hing in the line of tHble delicacies. Fine Spices, RaisinsFigs, Shelled Almonds, Nuts, Olive Oils, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peels, Fresh Ego-s, Boiled Cider. Sweet Florida Oranges and choice Table Apples. J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belie street. - CREAM BAKING POWDER Awarded Hlffbttt Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair (Wv> phone TOTS! A large and complete line of TOYS up-to-date Juet *Wf{™«? Which we (ire ready to ehow to all. Wagons, from W up; Wb«rt- <, barrows, W up; do Oarta.Wup} OoHOaba, W up^Oha!«,*WOW-. Hobby Horses', Desks,' Black Boards, Eas'ols; Doll Beda »ndO»4J«»,- SWo Boards. SHick Howes and Chimes, Laundery Beta, Druwfc. Pianos, Trunks, Saw und Saw Buck, etc. All Wuda ,o( QamM. A great variety of Penny Goods. H. ft. BETZ,650B.24i

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