Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 20, 1898 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, December 20, 1898
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XMAS SLIPPERS Men's Faust, Black and Colors, $i . <Cf; t" $} per pair. Men's Via Kid, O\wu Ev<.relte and Columbia, Black and Colors, Si to $2.50 per pair. Men's Velvet Emb oidered, 7^ to $2 per pair. Boys', Youth's*, and Children's Slippers (same style as above) 7^ to $1.2? per pair. Ladies', Men's and Children's Felt Slipper, fur and braid trimrr.ed, 111 black, blue, tan, brown, red and green. Children's leather and cloth hog- gins. MORRISSEYBROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. IIANDKERCHIHS. Having taken advantage of tha closing out sale of J. M. Locke & Co., Chicgo, 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 hive the best selection. II. f. HIM, 113 W. Third st. XMAS PRESENTS. "*/'.' lj. - Elegant Pocket Book in Seal.Morocco, Monkey and Snake Skin, from $2 to $5 Cheaper grades, but good 75« to $5 Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, per set— $4 to $6 « » single " • 75C to $a " Nail Files, good quality 5°c " Hair Brushes, heavy and strong $3 to $5 Also Silver Olotb, Velvet and Hat BruBhes $i, 1.25. '-5° Dtn't forget we sell the best plated Knives and Forks mude and guarantee them and will give new ones If they are not as represented. J. H. BOOTH'S, 119 West Third Street. Fresh Nuts, '. New Orleans Molasses, , New York Buckwheat, Fine Fruitcakes, i, 2, 5 Ibs. Fresh Eggs. Oora are fresh and best in quality. Sawyer & Reiser Madison Bldjf., Phone 185. LADIES ! MAKE YOUR OWN DRESSES. wSfOMbJeprioei. All work guaranteed . BROWNWELL & CLEMM, 1026 Second st. How Do We Do It? By having No Ami*, No Peddleri, No Middlemen. Yon pay one- small profit. Sire One-bill 7 styles to select (rom. Complete with all attachments 900 10 Year Guarantee. Automatic Machine, *33.' r nevei AUTO™.*" An ute§t [ ro p rovemcnt a lK»rtaw etorcall and soe omwFront sod Henry st, HAPdOOD PLOW CO. N. B.-We b»T» no Agents, Canvwsere, or Q. E. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN *nd SURGEON, Olhce—Cpr. and and M»rket « •. RaiuUnce—317 Bt»t lalh *'• ..^••'Z'rrL^-::.',05. ResiJcme 1903. FOR MEN. It's a diflionlt matter to purchase presents for a man that will appeal to lie taste. You know it. Our Furnishing Goods do please the great majority of them. When it comes to unliivJ, siik lined and fleece- lined. Chan. Johnson, a volunteer of the 9th Illinois, arrived home yesterday bringing his discharge with him. He spent one month in the hospital, suf- erlng with typhoid fever. Fancy leather pocket books In seal and monkey skin, just the thing for a Christmas gift at J. H. Booth's, Third st., opp.|Belle. The only place to buy GillespleOoal Is 814 Piasft street.—Dorsey Fuel Co. Work of repairing the damage done by fire to the building occupied by L. Tfeiffenberger, was begun this morn- ng, the loss having been adjusted by the insurance company, the Hamburg and Bremen. Candies, nuts, tree ornaments and trees at Qeo. MoOollnm's. and the many other incidentals of Men's wear, we can help you. Prices consistent with good goods. west $d st. - Alton, III. it Pays to IMIV the £ Best Goods. Prices Might. A Trial Order i Convinces. < T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER. Phone 171. - 1138 Union Street. BV THB TBLBORAPH PRINTING COMPANY. TUESDAY EVK., DEO. 20. Mr. Louis 1'fliter, ft well known resident of Fostorburg, wan stricken with paralysis a few days ago and Is very 111. Christmas cards and calendars at P. F. Seoly's make nice holiday gifto. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle at & Wednesday is St. Thomas' day. and will be observed by appropriate services la the Episcopal and Catholic churches. Pretty Irish point work. H. F. LEHNE. Try Neinlnger's Magnolia and new Improved Fig. Tbe Alton bridge has had its taxes paid, and Sheriff Schneider, of St. Oharlea county, who owned it for a short time, has released bis claim on the property. Dr. Q. A. McMillen, dentist, post- office building. Shampooing and vapor baths new )arber shop, A. J. Zaugg, 210 Plaaa st Mr. Thos, Hyndman will be host )hls evening of a party of members of Western Lodge, who have been invited to spend the evening at his home on Easton street. All kinds of pure and fancy candies at McOollum's candy store. Be it a nice dress, fur collarette, or an umbrella, yon can do well at H. F. LEHNE'S. All kinda of novelties for Xmae presents in celluloid, silver plate and aterling silver at H. F. LEHNE'S. The North Alton Paving, Building & 7ire Brick Co. has agreed to pay to Wm. Hudson, without an execution from the court, tbe $7,500 awarded him for injuries received while employed at the brick plant. You will find the store of H. P. Lobne brim full of nice things for Xmas presents. Mend broken dishes with "Climax" Giuo Cement. Druggists and grocers. We keep opeu house until 8 p. m.— A. Neermann & Son. Dr. L. O. Davis, the young man who was married in this city at the Hotel Madison with a constable as best man, and who subsequently wore out of Oarrollton a coat of tar and feathers, applied by irate cltizes, has been arrested at Docatur for stealing an overcoat at Danville. Dr. A. O. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 8d tt At Kansas Oity yesterday Hobson kissed 415 women, of all ages, married and unmarried. The women actually fought with each other to get a kiss, some of them falling in line several times, and secured two or three kisses. Hobson kissed some who did not offer themselves, and bad to straggle for the prize. Miss Hilda Bode has taken a position as clerk at H. A. Betz's store, and invites her friends to call on her. —650 E. Second street. Don't lose your bearings and goto Belle street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Co. They have moved to 314 Piasa street. As the Legislature will probably re peal the Allen law granting 50-year licenses to street railways, tt will be necessary for the Alton council to get a sudden move on itself it it proposes to grant a 50-year franchise to the Mississippi line before the law is repealed. The crowded condition of the store of H. P. Lehne proves beyond donbl his desire to have a stock to meet al 1 the requirements of bis customers. Some of the adjusters interested in the fires of last Saturday have arrived in town and are at work adjusting the loss. The tank of adjusting the Bowman loss is quite a heavy one and may occupy much time. One insurance company has practically completed its adjustment of the Plereon & Oarr loss and has allowed the ful amount of the policy. Pretty jardinieres and fancy pottery at H. F. LEHNE'S. Christmas shoppers who have no looked at Heoly's fine clock of Holiday QnodH are making trouble for themselves. Somethlug for everybody cat be found there and it is so easy to fln< what you want. Go to Seely's book store. UPPER ALTON'S BIG SUIT. laid at Sixty Thouiand Dollars for Trains not Stopping at the Village. Thegult of the Village of Uppsr Alton against the Chicago & Alton 1UII- road Company, will come up In the Jnlted States Circuit Court at Spring- leld in February. Col. A. F. Rodgera, Village President In Upper Alton, Is very much interested in ttie prosecution of the suit and stated to a Tur.R- CIRAPH reporter that the railroad will >e prosecuted to a finish. The suit 0.1 originally brought WAS for the maximum amount of penalties for nil vlo- ations of the law during the year pro- ceding tbe bringing of the suit Tiio total WAS 9000,000, but the bill ban since been modified and now Uppor Alton demando only the modest sum of 900,000 to remunerate It for its outraged laws, which obliged C. & A.. .rains to observe certain speed limits while passing through the village. Ool. Rodgers also [stated that tbe C. &A. had seml-offlolally offered to compromise with the village by build- ng a commercial side track, but still held to its claim that a passenger depot would not pay. Most of the trains mssingover cut-off are the fast Limit d trains and time Is quite a consideration with them. The patronage from Upper Alton would not be profitable o the railroad should the village sue- eed in making the place a regular topping place. Ool. Rodgers says that the people of Upper Alton would be satisfied with a depot, a sidetrack, and one train a day; but the 0. & A. officials have bdnrately held out and still refuse make a single concession oven when confronted with a $30,000 damage suit. Ool. Rodgers says that all he village ;aaka is a convenient ingress and egress by means of rail- •oads, as it Is very inconvenient to be obliged to come to Unioa Station at Alton to have trunks checked. Judge Irwln, of Edwardsville, is the attorney for tbe village of Upper Alton. Tbe O. & A. will be represented >y some of tho foremost legal talent of the country when the case comaa np for trial. If Upper Alton wins out 'taxes" will become an obsolete word In the village for some time to come. Qeo. McOollnm's is the only candy store in Alton where a complete aa sortment of home-made candies, made :rom tbe purest material, can be found. Give the children MoOollum's candy and they will be healthy. Scott is tbe busiest tailor in town. Trading Mamps After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.—Dorsej Fuel Co. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ORDINANCn. Signers to Petition Along New Routs Secured. —Sixth Street to be! aken. The promoters of the Mississippi Valley E. E. Co. have been busily engaged during the past week securing signatures of property owners along Sizth street where it is now proposed to secure the right of way. The Fifth street route has been abandoned and It has now been fully determined to use Sixth street. . The remainder ol the route will be the same as was determined upon at first. At the next meeting of the council tne petition and ordinance will be presented and the council will be asked to pass it at once. If you don't know what to buy for Xmas presents go to H. F. Lehne's, and you will find any one of his increased corps of clerks ready ana willing to help you. Umbrellas for Christmas. Fine Umbrellas, gold and silver mounted, with fancy wood handles and silk covers, at J. H. Booth's, Third street. Buy "LaBelle The best, »4.00. Dr.A.W.Kne. Dentist, spaldliig bid. From 1108 George street, a young OUK doe. Eeward will be paid for recovery? T. H. KAUFFMAN. Trading Stamps With Toys. The only place in town that gives trading stamps with purchases of toys is H. A. Betz's, 650 E. Second street For dolls and doll heads, souvenir cups, vases, ornaments and a large line of novelties for Xmas. Call at Norman's, 822 east Second street. I «<»t«i««TtJ.4JI < EXAMINE OUR CLOTHES a Made-to Order Hult that has atyle, lit flnlib at a lair price, como to ua. Buslocu Sulla $16 to $20, Cutaways $20 up Overcoats. $18 up. Anyway oome In and BOO our goods and prices L. Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Co 221 Piasa st. MUFFLERS! A New Lot of OXFORD MUFFLERS just received. They are Beauties. Cashmere flufflers, age, goc and 750. 5Uk—Black, White and Fancy, 5<>c to $1.50. L M. sew Third Street Clothier. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE :•: THE :-: PIERSON & CARR D. Q. Co. Will be Found In Their Office In the Second Story of Dorsey 8H Fuel Co On Piasa Street. SANTA ClAUS' ASSISTANTS. hrlstmas Shoppers Trying to Hud a Way ta Help Out the juveniles Patron Saint. Santa Claua needs ausistauce this .ear from evory ono who has Christmas goods. Tlie good old Saint Nick ma folt the effect of the past few •eara of bard times as well as hie moral friends. Ho is going to be just an iberal this year as he has boon in past •eara, bat if he ia expected to do this le has to receive the assistance of all who are in the position to give it. One of the ablest and most willing of hose who have accommodated, the old fellow ia the firm of J. M. Qiberson iSon. It is there that Ohristmis o'lrta that are useful, something that ia a constant reminder of practical consideration of the giver, can be found. Tor the special holiday trade they lave bought one of the finest lines of a ices in the city, in fact the nicest that can be found anywhere and the price is away down and in marked contrast with the values offered. There can be nothing nicer to give a son, be he young or old, than a pair of hose stylish shops thas arrived yes- erday and are just unpacked. Then here is evory style and grade of shoe on the market from the cheap in price o the expensive, and every pair worth more thau ia aaked for it. In adies shoes and slippers they are of- ering something dainty and durable at very reasonable prices. Fine satin qnilted fur trimmed Juliet slippers bat are pretty and strong and a pair would make such a nice Christmas present. In fact Santa Olaus has oundinJ. M. Giberson & Son very able assistants in his work of benevo- oiice, for their prices to him and his rlends are very low. Lovejoy Spoons. A new and fancy design of spoons, ust out. For sale only at J. H.Booth's, Lost. Two Irish setter dogs; oldest haa white streak on face; answers to name 'Mack." Other, 9 months pup; wart on under lip; answers to "Yankee." Reward given.-F. W. Olin, 1128 State itreet. _ Go to M. Moritz's for your collars, 15?, two for'25«, for your cuffs, 25? per pair. The best for the money. funeral of Miss Minnie O'flaver. The funeral services of Miss Minnie O'Haver were held at 7:30o'olocM ;his morning from the family home on fourth stieet. The attendance at the services was quite large and among ;hoso present were Ithe young people of the church and Sunday school of which she was a member. Rev. J. H. J. Rice of the Congregational conducted the services. Mr. A. L. Daniels sang "There is a Laud Mine Eyea Have Seen" In a touching manner and the Sunday school class of Miss O'Hnver sang "Rock of Ages," and 'My Jesus as Thou Wilt." Tue pallbearers were Allen Reiser, Fred Sawyer, Ohaa. Beall, John O'Haver, Will Oartwri^hf, Elijah Owens. The body accompnniod by friends and relatives was taken to Kane for interment. Notice. ALTON, Iu,., Dec. 19, 1898. To Our Frieml* and I'atronu: Owing to our recent |!OBS by fire we have opened a temporary ofllee at No 302 State street, opposite Alton National Bonk. All pardons indebted to us will confer a favor by calling nnd adjusting their accounts so we may balance our books before the first of the year. We are ploaoed to say that indications point to our onrly resumption of buslueES. Youra respoctfully, 11. J. UOWMAN & Co. Bee our linn UHBorlment of Rugs O ime now while the assortment iu ullll complete.-—A Noerinitun & Son. Sudden Death. Annie Drury, wife of Mr. Johr Drury, of Upper Alton, wus founc dead upon the door in her homo al 2 o'clock yeHtorduy afternoon. She hut bcon tt« wull us UHiiul at dinnertime and did not complain of illness, so WHS loft iilono in the houne. She wan found dcnd by bur son. It wus known ' 4 Mrs. Drury had hoeii allllctpc with heart trouble for yoiiro, but sbo had never Buffered severely from It Mrs. Drury was a daughter of Mr. A P. Horron, of this city, was iiti years ol ago, and loaves busidu her huubaud two children. Tho funorttl will l.»o hold tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. TUUUH i» evory probability that the treaty of pence, convoying the Philip* pine Islands to the Unltol Status, wll bo ratified before the cloao of the pretfunt Ooi'gross -Mitrcli -1, 1HUI). Automatic Sewing Machine $35. Never sold for loan than W> to «0i> I/uteHt Improved. Did you ever see a lady who used an Automatic tba would USD any other? Call and uae them at Ilapgood Plow Co. Stop that cough with Stanley's White Pine,—Paul's Pharmacy. The "long and short" men, two ne- groes of long and short stature, entered tbe store of Felix Fortln at Second and Cherry streets, and stole $5 or more from tbe cash drawer behind tbe counter. The two men entered the store at about 11:15 a.m. today, and the "short" man, as he is described by those persons in the store, occupied the attention of Mrs. ?ortin and two children, while the 'long" man looked about to see what he could steal. He noticed the cash drawer and as he was looking for it;be ost no time in sneaking behind the counter and taking its contents. He was noticed while doing so by Mr. Tortin's daughter, and she gave the alarm. Tbe two negroes made off with the money and were seen to start in the direction of East Alton. Officer Spaet and Deputy Sheriff Batterton set out n pursuit and overtook the two Sieves at the depot in East Alton. They were arrested and brought to .his city, where they were identified positively and later on admitted their ;nilt. They are bad looking spaci- nens of criminals and were prepared or extensive operations. In the >oekets of one was found four skele- -on keys and a cheap revolver. The stoien money was not recovered, but an undershirt and a number of [trinkets were found in tbe pockets of the ;hieves. They would not give their correct names and claimed first to be rom Medora, and then again when questioned claimed Oarrollton as their If' \ "LOVE POWDER.' } You don't need any love powderl you are In love buy your swenth heart a box of Sparrow's Delicious Chocolates,/ , »n atomizer, or a bottle of rich, swell and .exquisite cerfnme. . ( ' SoTethlngto tickle the palate, please the eye and sense of » raell S Remember your mo'her your sister and , nor little brother. Guaranteed strictly fine and exceedingly front), at \ PAUL BROS., < Prescription Specialists. 'THE CORNER DRUG STORE." Hen 17 nod Second. > . t LONG AND SHORT MEN. Notorious Twain Operate In Alton at rellx fortln's Store. Ready made Battenburg soarfs,table covers, and doylies make very acceptable Xmas presents. H. F. LEHNE. Marriage Licenses. David Klnney and Nettie Shaw of Godfrey were licensed ta marry today. They will be married tomorrow. Richard Siegel and Miss Alice Schwager, both of Chicago, were licensed by Clerk Blerbaum, this afternoon, to marry. The couple was desirous of having 'Jieir intentions kept secret and :t could not be learned whether or not they were married. Personal. Oapt. Wm. Leyhe has gone to Warsaw to visit his father who is 93 years of age. Mr. Edmond Beall arrived home from a northern business trip last evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Olapp have returned from a pleasant trip to Kenton, O. Wanted -Santa Claus Snow." The little fotks are wishing for some of "Santa Glaus' snow." Some of the older folks are doing the same thlnp, and altogether one of the most acceptable gifts that Santa Olaus could present at this time to humanity would be cold weather and some of his snow. The Modern Mother hns found that her little ones are improved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when iu need of the laxative effects of a gentle remedy, than by any other. Children enjoy it and It benefits them. Tbe true remedy, Syrup of Pips, is manufactured by the California PiB Svrup Co. only. A PURE OKAFC cntAM or TARTAR POWDER •DR; CREAM BAKING POWDER Awarded HlghMt Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair 13.50 Is all we ask for a watranted 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.yo. Gent's Chains and Scarf Pins at all prices. All suitable for Christmas presents. Don't forget our $1.98 Umbrella for Gent's and Ladies. E. H. QOULDINO'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 GOUDIE. Agent for CHASE & SANBORN'SJImportations. . No. 26 West Second st. ; ,- -j Telephone A WHITELY EXERCISE! Is a most approbriate Christmas Gift. It goes far towards making life worth living. It is simple, in expensive, good for all|weather and for everybody, young and old, ro- oust or feeble.and it is recommended by physicians the world over. Prices Reduced to $2.50, $3.00, $3 50 and $4.00. formerly $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 ; 0$ A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. BellJ CHRISTMAS FOODS. Good and Cheap. Aromatic Coffees, Choice Teas, Fine Spices, Raisins, Currants, Citrons, Olives, Oranges, and Nuts. Fine Candles. Fresh Celery and Oyster% J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belie street. - - " Phone ll TOYS! A large aod complete line of TOYS up-to-date Jo*t Which we are ready to eliow to all. Wegona, from W upj barrowa, W up; QolOarto, Wnpi Doll Oabe, 20/» up ( OlwJn, |M Table*, m upi Banks, w u Pi Tool Oheato, 10* upi Doll* If «P. Hobby HoraeB, Deeke, Blaok Board*, Ha»eUi Doll Bedi •od Side Boarda. Stick Horses and Ohlmea, Lanndery ttet*, Pianos, Truuke, Saw and Saw Buck, eto, All klndf (of Cl great variety of Penny Qoodi. H.A. BETZ,650B.

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