THE EAST ST. LOUIS JOURNAL
March 1890


Donated by ©Billie Trail


Personal and Social

H.D. Sexton left for Eureka Springs today

J.Whiteside is on the sick list

Mcdowell Post,No443, G.A.R. will give a ball this evening at Boughan hall

C.D. McCasland spent this day in St.Louis on business

Mrs. W.D. Van Blarcom of Alton Ill, was in the city today

Cyrus Happy, a prominent Edwardsville attorney, was in the city Saturday

E. Phillips of Alton will make East St. Louis his headquarters after April 1st

J.J. McGlynn,spent saturday in Belleville

Mrs.Bell Utt, of 20th st and Franklin Ave. St.Louis, visited her sister, Miss Maggie Stephens today

Mr. Zan Cotter of Wichita Kansas, is in the city looking for location in the drug business

Miss Louise Franklin of Chicago,is the guest of Miss May Mills 715 Summet Ave.

Ed. Hutchinson of Waverly Ill, came to town Saturday to enter into real estate business

B.G. Dorsey, one of Alton's coal dealers, passed through our city Sunday, enroute to Collinsville

Mrs. Frank Brocker, wife of yardmaster Brocker,of the C.B. &Q, has returned from a visit to Chicago

Miss Katie Laven of St.Louis is the guest of Mrs. Maurice O'Connell on Collinsville Ave.

Newt Maddux, the popular Missouri avenue barber, is happy over being the father of a boy.

Mrs. Mulconnery, nee Bergin, of Belleville, paid a visit to her sister, Mrs. Dr. Dellan, on Saturday night

M.S. Campbell, a former citizen of St.Louis, but later of Chicago, has returned to reside in E.St.Louis,he will probably purchase property here.
 

THE FOLLOWING HAVE REGISTERED AT THE TREMONT HOUSE SINCE SATURDAY NOON:

John Johnson, of Paducah Iowa, Samuel Smithers of Beardstown Ill,  and Thomas Powell and daughter of Effingham Ill.

James Lett of Tenth St. is looking for his grandson, Wm. Baker , who ran away from home yesterday.

Martha Wheat, yesterday filed a petition for divorce in the city court, against her husband, Charles Wheat, on the grounds of desertion.

Peter Eisloeffel, a farmer living in Shiloh township, this county, committed suicide Tuesday morning, by shooting himself in the stomach with a 32-calibur revolver. No cause is assigned for the act.

Louis Ricordon, an aged and respected farmer of Cahokia, died Sunday morning after a lingering illness


THE FOLLOWING MARRIAGE LICENSES WERE ISSUED YESTERDAY IN BELLEVILLE BY COUNTY CLERK PHILLIP RHEIN.

Joseph Thomas, age 26, an Rose Hagen, age 20, both of French Village

Henry Meckfessel, age 25, and Katie Luettinger, age 18, both of O'Fallon

Alfred M. Sheppard, age 34, and Katie S. Callahan, age 21, both of E.St.Louis

Edward Goore, age 32, and Adeline Belleville, age 23, both of E St.Louis

T.W. Baggo, age 30, of Peirce City,Mo and Ida Grady, age 23, of E.St.Louis



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