Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 24, 1898 · Page 5
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December 24, 1898

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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" i-T ,'•"; XMAS SLIPPERS Men's Faust, Black aru! Colors, .$i.i;o to $3 per pair. Mori's Via Kkl, Opera Kv. retle and Columbia, Black and Colus, $i to $2.50 per pair. Men's Velvet Emb oidered. 7?' to $2 per pair. Boys', Youth's and Children's Slipp?rs (same style us above) 7^ to $1.2? per pair. Ladies', Men's and Children's Felt Slipper, fur and braid trimmed, In black, blue, tan, brown, red and green. Children's leather and cloth Leggins. MORRIS'SEY BROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. BY TUG TBLBORAPH PRINTING COMPANY. HATURDAY EVK., DUO. 24, OFFICE: TELEGRAPH BUILDING, ConNim TmnD AMD Put* Stl, Mr. Jos. Maul has been confined to his home by sickness for several days. Christmas cards and calendars at U F. Booly's make nice holiday gifts. Miss Mzzle Boyle returned home today nftor visiting at Clifton Heights, Mo. _ _ _ __ Dr. a. E. Wilkinson will spend Christmas at Bethany, 111., with rela- SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY K Men's good quality 50? Night Robes at 42^ Men's extra quality 50^ Unlaundried White Shirts, at 42?. 10 per cent discount on White Aprons. Ladies' plain black 25^ Hose at 21? a pair. Also a v sweeping reduction on Ladies' and Children's Jackets and Ladies' Capes, at H. F. LEHNE'S, 113 West Third Street. tives. _ Mr. and Mrs. H. G. M'Pike will spend Christmas In St. Louis with Mr. M'Pike's daughter. _ Mr. H. B7~Voorhei8, of the High school, loft for bis home near Detroit, last night, to spend the holidays. Pearl handled pocket knives at our store soiling at 50)» on the 81.— A. L. Floss. ______ Miss Kuihlflfite went to Sprlmgfleld this morning, to spend Christmas with her brother, Col. 0. F. Mills. Yen, John: a box of nice candy would ploasd her.-Paul Bros., drugs, Henry street. ______ __ __ Kef . Fr. iloaly left for Avooa, Pa., yester(iay,-with the body of his brother, where interment will take place. 80 or 87 house wanted, with hydrant wator.— 0. 0. Paul & Co. Adolph KTugg will close his barber shop on Piasa street, and has accepted a position in Frank Bauer's barber bop. _ '_ _ _ Try Holl's Buck Eye 5)> Cigar. The ladles of the W. O. T. U. are bn§y preparing for the Christmas dinner for the poor of Alton Monday. The ladles state that they need more oaken and would like contributions of this Kind. The dinner will bo free. Tickets may be had by applying to Mrs. 8. Detnuth. Come and select a fine pair of those slippers or shoes at aibrrson's for your wife or sweetheart, as the case may be. J. M.GIberson& Bon. The procession of shoppers today going through the streets loaded down with bundles, was a forcible reminder that many people are to bo made happy tomorrow and Monday. The one bright oasis In many lives comes on Christmas morn, with Its gifts and rejoicings. _ __ A small boy had a narrow escape from serious Injury on Third street yesterday afternoon. He was riding In a wagon with one leg hanging outside when the leg became caught between the wheel and wagon-bed, and was badly bruised. Before the lad was seriously hurt he was released from his position This evening the First M.B. Sunday chool, Washington street Mission and ^^ u ^^ _ he two colored churches will hold | Anna Dietsohy. ,beir festivals. HELLO! Merry Christmas. Want a handsome new Diamond Ping? Thought we'd belter let you know, we have /em just in. Come before the rush. Our stock of Opals are melt- ling away pretty fast! Better come pretty soon! Stop nhat cough^withT Stanley's 1 White Pine.— Paul's Pharmacy. One of Chicago's fire traps was destroyed one day this week. It was a World's Fair tenement house. The names were discovered just as the occupants were at dinner. There were some 200 people In the building, in the various stories. The elevator boy bravely ran the elevator until all the dwellers were safely on the ground. The little fellow deserves a reward for his pluck and coolness. Had the flre occurred at night, no doubt many lives would have been lost, as the building was only a pile of kindling, _ UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE :-: THE :=: PIERSON & CARR D. Q. Co. Will be Found In Their Office In the Second Story of Dorsey Fuel Co On Piasa Street. I "LOVE POWDER." > CHRISTMAS WANTS. What Some Altonians Would like this Year. "His Honor.»-A decree of abdica tion from the other Kalser-W-lbelm. Clerk Bierbaum-About 1,000 applications for marripge licenses. Alderman Wegenor-An order from , the Supreme Court granting him per- ln " aSte< * , m mission to quarry on upper Easton Don'Jb forget to buy your toys from j ™*^ Wltb0 at1nterference from "Dot T"-i K " Slrallw.» need any love n atomizer, nr a bottle of rich, s ffltfouoidc tho palate , t please ( GOLD DOLLftRS Cannot be bought in St. Louis or Alton at SOc* PAUL BROS., Preacrlptlon Specialists. , «"THE CORNER DRUG STORE. 1 1 Henry «n«l StcoiU. " The date of the Evangelical Christmas festival has been changed and the celebration will be held in the church Sunday evening. __ The Illinois Glass Oo. will celebrate Monday as Christmas and the following Monday as New Year's day, and the plant will be idle both jays. Gun and lock repairing done by Hubbel.—Jarrett building, e. 2nd st. The City of Alton may and she may not get her Christmas present from the water works company. At the latest report the possibility was very problematic and all for one small Item. It is like the old rhyme, "For the wart of the nail the shoe was lost." . . , . « *.*_ _. «l»«r«A«* fri t.Vlft niDf Skelly Jim Pack-A bicycle built for one. Janitor Foxx—Ditto. Street Superintendent Schneue- "The Life of Wagner" (Wegener). ^ schoolsBegln Their Anaual Celebration Alderman Bowman—A tower in | .,.,._ I.,..,..™ „« HniMavs. which to hang the curfew bell. The Street Car Motoneera-A few of those "vestibules'' any time before ^St*,MM*t\J+ »+-~ «*• »*"-O But we will give more for your dollar than St. Louis hov es, quality considered. Sterling Silver Hair Brushes as low as " Cloth •' Tea Spoons, per set ' Solid Gold Watches, for ladies as " Chains, " " " " •• " Set Rings, " ", " Gent's " " $2.00 - 1.50 - J.OO - 22.00 « 6.50 - 1.00 envois DEgm ins" "»"••— —• of the Christmas Holidays. ,.„, of Christmas festivals that always mark the advent of the Try the Best, "LaBelle." 84.00. | ^--^^noV Arrived. For the The funeral of Miss Mary Kelly was w(mt of packing the pump can not held at 9 o'clock this morning. Ser- wofk and for the wan t of 'a pump vices were held in the Cathedral. In- I - -<-- —«— «... work) and ror tn e wuuu u» » r -"~ vices were e n . Alfcon can not get her Christmas pres terment was at Greenwood cemetery. enfc Vhe neode( j packing will be here d then Alton thewaptoiinen»uiuoouu»^——— .spring. ^ arahn f, oa ld I Christmas holidays began •Frltoy At a late hour the plunger in the big Chief Starr-A place where he could IQ fmu Qf ^ ohurcheB the MmptoatSa been ordered some put the police court loungers L undtty 8chool8 ha d their annual f e- pamp - ? ^ — ,—A TT™. thnl Contractor Ryan-Immunity £rom L ivalg and the chi idren were;fllled with kickers of all classes. Christmas cheer. Owing to the fact City Engineer Swift-Some place in | ^ tobr . gtmaB ^ m Sunday this which to drain tho new Smith's pond. " __ i-, AHiii/ltViar 1 " - 2.50 See our fine line of Ladies' and Gent's Umbrellas. All goods just as represented. E. H. QOULDINQ'S SONS, Alton's Old Reliable Jewelry Houn. torment was at vjrreouwww—« * ^m, 'me neuuou y»vn.*"& "«T, «rtlarterlJtowM«p«oted here tomorrow at the latest and then Alton tod ay 6 o' SKSSJh.Pli«.*0« wmgetherlong looked forward to „ £„.-I. r,~ MX nnt arrive and he Christmas gift. J. H. BOOTH 119 West Third Street. Fresh Nuts, New Orleans Molasses, New York Buckwheat, Fine Fruit Cakes, i, 2, 5 Ibs.. Fresh Eggs. Onrs are fresh and best in quality. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bldjj., Phone 185. -LADIES ! MAKE YOUR OWN DRESSES. BROWNWELL & CLEMM, 1026 Second st. How Do We Do It? By having No Alton, No Pcdolcri, flo Middle Machine.. cFonan. HAPQOOD PLOW CO. N B.-We have no Agents, Canvassers, Peddlers, FOR MEN. It's a difficult matter to purchase presents for a man that will appeal to his taste. You know It. Our Furnishing Goods do please the great mnjority of them. When it comes to today to BBLIIO wim »"^ Dry Goods Co. did not arrive and he is expected to be here Monday or Tuesday. The funeral of the infant child of Mr and Mrs. Frank Budde took place at 1 o'clock this afternoon at St. Mary's church. Interment was at St. Joseph's cemetery.^ In the case of Emma A. Ingham et al vs Thos. 0. Ingham et al, for partition of the family estate property north of Godfrey, was reported as not divisible and a sale by Caster was ordered. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's^arber ahog.JMS Belle st A woman" was arrestedTthis after noon on the charge of stealing a doll from Hoppe's Belle street store. The doll was found m her possession and ohewas bound over in the sum of $100. We keep open house until 8 p. m.— A. Neermann & Son. Christmas gift. Home-Made fancy Candles. Fine chocolate and bonbons in lib boxesonly Wf and m a pound at Geo. MoUollum's. Nn Paper Monday. As Monday will be observed as Christmas, the TELEGRAPH will not be Issued on that day. Smoking Jackets, Jersey Coats, Cardigans, Sweaters. H: M. SCHWEPPB. Christmas fruits. i For Christmas fruits, oranges, fine untiles erapes. nuts and also Chnsl- ma P s grefusrholly, Christmas trees etc, go to E. L'Epplattemer, East I Second street. McCollum's Toy Clearing Sale. We-have determined to meet com- I petition f- ^ A " 0 hftvn cut our prices. a.u reduced in clean them mi u""«"-;— them over.—Geo. McOollum. JJlUU tU Uiivi" vu~> — ~ •• — Fire Chief McDanald-A fluid that will put out fires instanter. The Latter Carriers-A law to prevent packages being sent through the mails. , . •, Clerk Braodewiede—Five hundred new cases for the City Court. Promoter Mehling-A guarantee that the Mississippi Valley Co. will get a franchise. . Alderman Young-A picture of Jimpack on a bicycle. Alderman Hoffman-Some of that long-promised filtered water. Charlie Seibold-An invention to i prevent horses Irom eating during ' the winter. . Bob Curdle, Jr.- -An electric line running late cars between Alton and Brighton. The TELEURAi'H-Everybody to have a merry Christmas^ Christmas Oratorio at St. Mary's Hall, corner Third and Henry streets, Dec. 2?-2S. Adm' Be l on tickets, 35 cents; reservedI 50e. argm tfae datea of the Obristmai fes- tlvalo are scattered. The Sunday schools to celebrate last evening were the Presbyterian, Congregational, Unitarian and Cherry street Baptist church. In all of the churches exercises appropriate to the occasion were rendered. PRESBYTERIAN FESTIVAL. The annual festival of the First Presbyterian Sunday school was held laat evening at 7 o'clock In the church auditorium. The church was filled with the scholars and friends of the school. The exercises were conducted over by the Superintendent, Mr. O. S. StfJwell. )A charming little cantata entitled"Santa's Surprise," was given in an excellent manner by thirty members of the school, Santa Olaus appearing at the close, delighting the hearts of the children. At the conclusion of the exercises on invitation was extended to all to ihe church parlors, where packages of candy and apples were distributed. The reports I tickets for s»ie H.UJUB. «*..•>.• -«•-;,-•:-store, Second and Stale streets; Peter Key land's. Ninth and Henry sts; Ohas. ISShart, Union st; Oha.. WeU, East unlined, silk lined and Heeced lined. evening the Black Hawks will retnrn ^Xrll store, M'Vike bld'g. yonr tickets at once. the compliment with a very swell ^01"^^ apd cold Coroner Sues the County lor fees. -* - "^=^----.. ;Ssaa r."~«-=fir u«3r for holding an inquest aa to tha cause boxes. | -—; ;;;- ue h to «— one or I ofd.au. »e Mary^Skinner^ oi Upper I and the many other incidentals of Meu'a wear, we can help you. Prices consistent with good goods. We are ,_weather for tomorrow, in have had today. It will u° - »—1 Ohristmaa without either snow or ice -but cold enough to remind one of *• Ohristmasseason. , -o^ ^ -^^^ ^ _ . Wft8 carrying in her baud. Tbe oil little ones are 1m- wafj turown a n over her body and no pleasant Syrup of help wftB neal . to aaaiut ber until f tor quality and I |"ig 8 w hen iu'need of the laxative 'effects of a gentle remedy, than by Norman's, 822 east Secondstreet. | o BUfora ia Fig Syrup Co. only- 205 west jd st. - . The flrst^ale of property in Atkiu- B0 n place, a new addition to the city of Alton, has been made. Miss Elizabeth Harrison has sold to Elizabeth Powers lot 1, block 1, Atkinson place. | The addition is situated on Main street. Dr. G. A. MoMillen, dentist, post- office building. In the Circuit Court change of ven- in the forcible detainer suit of AT COST. I Men's 60? Lined Gloves for. Q. B. WILKINSON, M.D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON It Pays to h"v the R«* Beit Goods. Prices RlBht. A Trial Order a matter o^cojaveniencet^wiinesseB. Dr A W.Bae, uentisv^Bpalding bid. St., opp """" all styles for •Rovs Caps at Half Price. Me y n%60f Factory Shirts for. . . . - -MJ Men's 06j» Shirts or Drawers for.. .38? Men's Percale Shirts 91 value for. 50? Men's Celluloid Collars, each. ...... 6J Men's Fancy Garters, per pair. -W We have all sizes and styles of these Koodo. Everything fresh and new. Goods and Prices Guaranteed. This sale la limited. L 0. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 321 Plaaa st. to assist her until ebe badly burned that death re suited She lived one week and died under a doctor's care. Coroner Bailey held an inquest but the County Board at its last meeting refused to allow his bill, claiming that an inquest was unnecessary as the attending doctor was quallned to give a death certilJoate. The laws of the State arc silent on the subject but the coroner considers that bis claim is supported by decisions in other Slatep, and the courts ot any State usually take as a precedent the decisions of the courta of any other State, whore no decision has been passed upon the matter in the first State The case has been entered for the next tenn ofj.he_0ircuic Court. Uirlstmas Dinner at Hotel Madison on Sunday. Ooine and brinis your family. H'iJ">' V. oal OhriBtniaYdlunor with everything Sat oa« be wlshod f ° r ' '"f'' the most inviting manner, all bothering your wife. ing condition. The average attendance for the year was over 200. CONGREGATIONAL, CHURCH, At the Church of the Redeemer on Henry street a very interesting program was rendered. The exercises were mostly of a musical character and were well carried out by the young people who took the parts. The program was as follows: Organ voluntary; reading scripture and prayer by Kev.J. H.J.Rlce; music, "We Come to Crown Thee;" Christmas Offerings, Infant class; song "Raggedty Molly," Ruth Moran; music, "Beautiful Bells;" song, "Sbel be a Year Old Tomorrow," Myrtle O.hce-Cor.and.ndM.rketa,,. trading -Dorae> LATE Trading Mamps. After Oct. 1 we will give stamps to caah customers. Fuel Co. _ _____ Lost. On Wednesday, a long brown leather nooket book, containing about §50 in EaVt i and two eortilloates of deposit; mil for ' 81,000 on German Savings bank, St. I ouis. and one for 8800 on oe a xear >j»u *«"««•.-.» - Boals; exercise, "What Mother Goose Children Want;" muoic, "Song o Gladness;'' recitation, "Christmas a the Fetor's Farm," Pauline Guy; exercise, '-Bethlehem;" music, "Tue Lovely Star;" recitation, "As Tall as Papa," Winthrop Swallensticker; recitation, "New Year's Resolutions," Harry Fraser; recitation, "The- Warmth of a Word," Frank Jutte- meyerj music, "Merry Chimes." At the conclusion of the program "Santa Olaua,-' dressed in the most improved fashion, presented each of the Boholars with something good to eat. CHKUKY BTRKBT MISSION. At the Cherry street Baptist church a delightful Christmas festival was held. An excellent program was rendered and, after the exercisee.glftB of cindy and nuts were distributed among the children. UN1TAUIAN CHUHOIl. At tho Unitarian church a festival was held and a Hue larga Christmas tree wna among the features. A pro^ gram consisting of recitations and musical numbers was rendered. The recitations wore by Misses Hilda Floss, Uicilo Formhuls, Moreland lU'Plke, Marguerite Connor and Masters John Olln. Theo. FormhaU, Drury McMlllen and Frank Chapman. . .•^•nr- A belated lot of Just arrived. 2\SS©T PUFFS, R e g u,ar * goods, b utow,n g to the Meness of season w,U be p.aced On Sale at 50 Cents. . ^^^MM H. M ^ - — Third Street eiothier. Sunday at V. M. C. A. Uov. M. N. Powers will speak to mon In the cSiapel nt •! o'clock OH a topic appropriate to the Christmas timo to which ull men are cordially invited. , , The boys will have tt Christmas topic at 2:0 In the chapel. Hiblo study at 6 o'clock. OhrlstniBB shoppers who have .not looked at Seely's line Hook of Holiday Goods are making trouble for tlium- Btl ve«. Something for every body c«n be found thore and H is BO oaby to find "but you wunt. Go to Soeiy'a book Btoro. ______ ..... ______ ..... ______ We Invito your special attention to our completl line of .hoei, wbtah wlU please every one.--J- M, UJberaon » Bon. 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 HKe a cobweb. We are striving to build cables; therefore we handle teas and coffees imported by Chase cf Sattborn. 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 cofUe will produce. TH©S GOUOIE. Agent for CHASE & S\MBORN'SlIrnportations. No . 26 West Second st. j- -S^Telephor A WHITELY EXERCISfij Is a most approbriate Christmas Gift It goes far towards making life worth living. It is simple m 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. A. L. FLOSS, Third.'st. opp. Bej '"" CHRISTMAS FOODS. Good and Cheap. 1 Aromatic Coffees,^ Choice Teas, Fine Spices', Raisins, Currants. Citrons, Olives, Oranges, and Nut Fine Candles. Fresh Celery and Oyst J.~rL BAUMAN, No. 400 Belle street. CREAM TOYS! large and complete [line of TOYS up-to "we are ready to show to all. Wago« f barrow, W »P L Oo.CtaJ-, «jMjp» »*»*« „ fHr* mam mmmmm ^ — POI^ER Awarded Honors, NVorld'fl Fair Qold W*da», Midwinter Pair IB M.»...^ -r>i Banks, fiCupj Hobby Horses, Desks, Black Side Boardo, Stick Horsefl and -^ Pianos, Trunks, Baw and Haw Buck, etc. great variety of Penny Goods. H. A. BETZ,

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