Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on February 26, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, February 26, 1887
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*«* «8»?ft.v* w W« 'lift >ou to carefully read tb a .-**! .'; J. BowWn A Co, '. fls»T qntlltr o* Bhlrttaf Prints la pretty new itflM ftre 60, at H. J Bowman A Co*». ' ' TARti wide heavy Pennngj in 40 new pattern*, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. WR are showing tome very pretty •tyles, medium and dark dress satins nt 12 1-So per yard.— 11. J. Bowman & Co, • ^ _ SPUING alyles of those very popular Century Cloths are now no sale at H. J. Bowman & Co'*. FOKTT pieces Crinkled Seersuckers tn choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. PALMER Seersuckers, Toll) Da Nords • Dress and Domestic Ginghams In groat variety, at H. J. Bowman & Uo's. Wic arc chawing a complete stock of Spring Woolens for dress eoods.inclnd- ing double width Cable Twll Is at 16u ;40 •"inch cashmere at 26o; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—H. J. Bowman & Co. IN oca Silk Department we'are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Khadames in every new and popular shade. In Black Silks we are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Khadames, Faille Francaise and; Bro» oadfls.—H. J. Bowman & Co. IN VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and Freize Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets and. Pluses in every shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new colors in the popular Dress, Corduroys. —H. J. Bowman & Co. WE CALL'.special attention to our Black' Goods. Large additions have been made to this Department during the last two weeks and we are prepared to show every real good standard fabric and many novelties.—H. J. Bowman & Co. INODB Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of White Flannel in all Wool and Domet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacque- Ings, Tricots and Albatross, in all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. WE ARE prepared to show a complete line of,Spring Hosiery. We have retained all the old favorites and added many new lines. In Fabric and Kid Gloves,we show all the popular makes including plain and embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowman & Co. ' IN.OUR Shirt Departmentyon can find a real good white shirt for60o and the best made for $1.00, also Penangshirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirts and all sizes in Boys' Laurel Shirt Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. i;<> IT AT TiVKFO Second street.near CO fLWiliftn D( corner 01 Huury -FOK- FINE STATIONERY, Such as Crane's flora 1 , Whiting's Standard Papers. Hiu-lbut'H Frenc'.l L'nuna, Kcllpsv KiUgea Etteo, Elite Ragged, KOKO, Balmoral Linen 1 , Griffin's Linen. Turkey l.uld Linen. P-• ion Blow, Mikado, Ohurred Kdve, Greatn uiul. Mourning Noto, mid u large assortment «'l Illummutod and D-iOorati-d stationery. (Hinniaon'a Wax and tieuU. School Tubleu iind_8ttttioneiT._ decedwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! C.lKAP FOROA8H ON V T1MB PAYMENTS :«nnos and Wgnns tuned and repaired 8e w •nit Machines repaired Supplies lor all Marines. N. H.LAM011EUX, Uu»lc Denier, Third stront, noarlv opnonlte Belle, Alton III. decftlwly WATCH rOB THE BAROUNH IV JOB'S KKW GOB. HUILDINQ. HKNBY ST., AT MKB. D. HKITKAMF'S, All bind* of Funey, Hand made, Knit andOro- cn t goods. Hoods.TobitKgHns and Mils. Men's SCRIPS aud Fascinators at very low pnocs. Also Dressmaking. I'l.iln and Family dewing ami Htamplnn D ne. Com* tod give us a ral>. Don't (orget the p?ace, de<.6<lwly GREATEST BARGAINST -AT-' C.M. Crandall's Crockery Store 2O3 THIRD ST., MEABLY 'OPFOMTB BELLE. A Fine Assortment of Beautiful Most durable CHINA ware mack. 5 patterns of Thin Cups and Saucers; Thin Plates and Fruit Saucers ; Berry Saucers, and Shell loe Creams ; Thin Meat and Vegetable Dishes; Done Dishes, After-dinner Coffees, And offered at half the price of Pruned China for thirty days. Mnaoiilc Temple Association Elcctlou. ALTO*. Itt , r>b. leih, 1687. ;An ele< lion for «x directors of ill. MitsoMo Tumnlu A ,.»*b, m. it) IP til Ifurabkrt. WrliivitoiiiUwBKK-. * ALTON DAILY SATDHDAY FiiiB. Sfl. for tit* T»SJ 18W we shall cbarte th» fot- towing raws tor transient notion Jn our local columns i MnaU insertion ' . . , . jQcwnts. ThrMto five insertions, : . .7 Six UTtwelVe in nations, . . 5 RATES Of AliVSBTIIIXQ: THXHSI«*T.—F/^TT ci nts p»r loch first in> union, and TtrnyTT-Firs MBM p*r Inob foreaob sub* quttiit insertion. (3 per Inuh first mouth, $1,80 per Inob eMh mouth theveafter LEGAL ADVErtTlBISG: ft per inch tor the first Insertion, and So cents per Inch for each subsequent insertion, par Above rates will l» stl lotly adhered to. THE DAILY TBLBORAPH Is delivered by curriers to all parts of the elty of Alton and Vpper alton, (or ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of $& SO per year. THE TKLEGIlAl'H has the largcnt circulation or any paper In Alton, and Is tbo best medium for advertisers. DORMER TIIIBD AMD PUBA siabBTS. TBLB- PHONE NO. 38. Assignee Sale gome; on at Globe, (g ________ 26S ANOTHER thunder storm last evening wub copious ruin, followed by a heavy gale of wind which still prevails. THIS evening's packets are the Cal- IOUD, lor Peorla; thn Spread Eagle and Hudson fer Graflon. Shirts by the million at fifty cents a piece—H. F. Lehnu. 252 CARKFULLT rend Messrs. H. J. Bowman & Go's column. Ic will specially interest the ladles. DUKINO the past year 6,042 tons of new steel rails and 290,107 new cross ties have been laid in tracks on the 0 ft A. road. You will make no mistake '..if yon order LaBolle flour, and see that you get it. -.';••• -••' , -.-'-'-'• 246 THE Daily Herald, ol Jacksonville, ?la., nominates Col JohnQ. Burbridge 'or Mayor of that city. The Colonel would fill the position admirably. in Bankrupt sale—Globe '-.'•• 26 3 BEES--Mr. A. N. Draper, of Upper Alton, has 144 hires of bees and, with a avorable season, expects to procure 0,000 pounds of honey. TUB only candidates ao far announced or Clerk of the City Court of Alton, are John W. Ash and E. J. Noonan. The election takes place next Tuesday. Instruct yonr grocer to never send rou any flour but the LaBelle brand. •-.;-. 246 THE Executive committee of the Cen- >ral Missouri road will moot in New York next week. Col. Hayward has gone on to attend the meeting. Blue grass, Clover, Timothy and all kinds of garden seeds ut Selhold & Deterding's 17 d2w w4t Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Rudershausen & Sonntag. Third street. dtf Shoes, Clothing,Hats and Furnishing Goods in the Great Assignee Sale ut less tban wholesale prices at the Globe. 26 3 ELECTION,—The election for Clerk of ho City Court of Alton takes place next FWiday. The position is an important one and should be filled by a careful, accurate official. FOR SALE- One-third interest in the Alton Base Bull Association. For particulars inquire at this office, 21 6 DIED—Mr. Herman Deuker, of Wood Uivcr, died Thursday ofj pneumonia At the age of 60 years. He leit a widow and several children. The funeral look place at 9,30 o'clock this morning from St. Mary's church, in thu city, Huv. Father Peters offl.miing. A complete line of Winter Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received, by H. C. G. Morltz, Third street. 26if DIED.—The infant son of Judge and Mrs. Mossick, of St Clatr county, died suddenly at Springfield yesterday nfior- noon, of congn«tion of the stomach. The bereaved parents passed through town this morning with the remains, and the funeral takes place at Ens'. St. Louis this »ftoi noon. A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Nuinlmjor'n Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. BLIND TOM—Thn phenomenal natural mu.-ioUn, Blind Tom, arrived in town from Jacksonville this morning, lit* will appear In his wonderful pmnu renditions at the Opera Iluusn IhU evening. Groat interim Is excited in reference to his.ontortalnment and the result will, no doubt, be a largo audience. At the concert given by Blind Tom, at Library Hull I nut night, genuine admiration wax exprensed on all sides at the truly wonderful and pleasing enter- tnlnmi'ni given. Blind Tom IH sn wnll known, nnd lias rroeivnl the encu- IIIIUIIIH iif the press and pimple over thix whole hind, ihttt an uxiimdi'il notice U hirdly necessary, — Florida T^nes- Union, At City Hall thls.ovening. TUB engineers of the St. Louis & Central Illinois railroad will be In the field next Week, we are informed, to turret the route of the proposed exten lion from Sliah to Alton, LaBelie flour, bran, shlpstuft and screenings At the Alton Holler Milling Co'a. 94 Q Commencing Sunday, Feb. 5)7, the Hudson will leave Alton every Sunday morning, at 8 a. m. Returning on Monday afternoon, She will not leave Alton on Monday mornings until about April lit, when she will make dally tripi, Sundays included. It II. U. TATUM. Agt. Grand California KsmrslobH, flnrch Sth and loth. For sleeping berths and full information, call at C. & A. ticket office, Alien. 248w2t IN the annual report of the 0. & A. road we find the following item: Gravel snUablo for ballasting is found at only one place on lines of thec»aipu- ny, and rook which Is accessible U found only near Joliet, Alton and Pearl, in Illinois, and near Blue Springs, in Missouri. The small number of places on its linus at which ballasting materiitl can be obtained makes It necessary to trnnnpoit •ucb material long distances and limits the amount of such work that can be done each year. During ihe last year suv«nty-iwo and a half miles of roail bed were ballasted with rook, twentv and a half with gravel, and tfve miles with cinders. We quote this to show that what the rELEoitApa has claimed with reference io the value lo railroads of the bluff quarries from here to Grafton is no exaggeration. The road that builds a oratich from Alton lo Elsah has got a bonanza for years to come. ,/ Ocean Steamship Tickets. On sale at C.& A. ticket office, via drst class lines, and at lowest rates, • 24 3 w2t BELTILLK. There will be a grand festival at the Melville church Monday ,evening. , A number of fine musicians, vocal and nstrumental.wili be present and add interest to the programme, "which will be varied .and attractive in every feature. Wanted 1 100 bushel? (or lest-) Artichokes. State price. Address P. B. F., Melville, 111- dwlt» A ChunK of Uisdom. There are two theories renpectlng'the qualifications that the city < fficers to he elected this spring xbou'd possess. According to tbe one, the officers should >e such as are willing to spend other people'* money like water. The other theory is that men who are patriotic snough to risk their own money in pub- 10 enterprises should bi elected. The afer is thn Republican's idea.— Wtiite* hall Republican. Auvlce to Mothers. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is tbe prescrption of >ne of the best female nurses and phv- •icians in the United. Slates, and'has >een used for forty years with never- ailing success by millions of mothers or their children. During the process if teething its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures tysentery and diarrhoaa, griping in the mwols, and wind-colic. By giving health to the child it rents the mother rice 26c a bottle. In 16 ra w s wk PEIISUNAL. Blind Tom,' the mtgic musician, arrived in town this morning, and is stopping at Hotel Madison. Tho riyer is tailing slowly. The Spread Eagle returned from irufion about 9:30 last night and loft ir St. Louis tbi* morning, carrying, among other freight,600 barrels of flour rom Stnnard's mill. The Hudson came down from Grafton this morning, but the wind, which prang up about 3 o'clock, was so strong iliHt she did not leave the Alton landing oday. dipt. Starr made several trips across the river with ihe Altonlan,undismayed by wind or weather. The little steamer Alma loft about noon for a trip up the Illinois river. Coal. Buy your Hard and Soft Coal of II. j. Winter and get the best. OQico at look's Pharmacy, Thirl street, and in lob's new block, corner Second and Henry sts. Telephones No's. 21 and 64. au>{14 d"m A UALLANT HOUUKII. The following letter wn clip from Ihe Titles of the War" in tbe St. Louis Republican. It narrates a gallant army record,of which our enterprising iiiur- chant, Mr. Uildobrand, has reusou to >u proud: ALTON. ILL.. Feb. 20—This comrade WHS a>. NHW Oilcans on the 12ih of April, 1861, when Fort Sumiur WH« att'teked. He immcdmtolv took pass* ag« on the summer John J, Roe, the t boat I hat- arrived In port of Ht. L mis Ix'lore thu bluokadv was establish* on April 24. Moiher lived at Alton, )>nl, ftMirlng lust she would feel bad lo vu IHT ohly ftm e" to (be war, ho Miili>-tuil In Co. 1C, Firi>t Mijuoun In- [nniry, Col BlairV re«iiiimu, on Aiiril 25, Hutu »t the Arcuiml, without fiot goiggbomo. He was swopped off for another mnn in an Indcpphdenf. rifle companv, cailed L)on'« Uotly Guard alto of Ht. Louts. • Wa*' mnittred out about the ISih of Augtutt fill tgt WM 19, weight, UO. . On the lit of September; 18fll, he «n listed In <;o. F. Thirty second Illinoi* infantry; drilled the company and of&uers, atid went through twenty two battles and *kirmtMhe*» Wan woundet and carried off the battle field At Shiloh after using up seven or vlgbi muskets ttefnued a recommendtttion for a com* mission by Lieut. Col, Hunter, pn-fer- Ing to remain non-oi>uin)H»loned. Had many dlseaxes that killed others, bul was uevur'a da\ in a honplta', mintrust- tng the competency of average army sUrgeonH. Never rode a mile in an ambulance, as horses hud enough to pull without an additional hundred pounds or to in muddy roads. He trudged it through thick and thin, anc paid as high as |6 for i bard tank on Sherman's fain ous march lo the sea. He was honorably discharged at Savannah, G»., on the 1st ol January, 1865, having served this latter term three years and four months, and serving in all about three years and eight months. Came outweighing 110 pounds with nasal catarrh anil nffected .ungri. Paid Drs. Hunter A Dunham/at that lime in St. Louis, $36 per month for treatment; had also treatment from Dr. O'Lnary, of fogton, as well ax others. My Iriendt wanted mo to apply for a pension, stating: "You are a fool. You can gel U wulii.ut trouble." . I.told my fitends, "No! I will first try and gtt well and then nee if Uncle Sam owes me anything. I believe I had as many pleasures us haid»bips and as much menial gain, from books captured from South' ern cities, as physical loss from expos* ure. So I wilt first draw a balance sheet and see later.'.' I took the ground that It is one's bounden duty to not only rally to the rescue ol one's country but to cheerfully die in its defence if need be. Having ihe conviction of having done my whole duty towards my country in a patriotic comfort, tbe lustre of which 1 would not tarnish Jor any consideration 'or reward. . Though I gladly helped many of tbe dear comrades by my knowledge of facts observed in the service, to a wcll- denerveC pension, I waived my own. Soon after the war I started in busi* ness tilth a cash capital of 60 cents in the solid little city ot Alton, III., and in course of a few yearn I was able to get partly even with Uncle Sam by paying to his internal revenue collector For one year's income tax the sum of $36 to ^balance our accounts, and a cheerful payment it was. I now weigh 190 pounds, have three boys, either of whom weighs more I ban I did on coming out of tbo war, and if Uncle Sum gets into any trouble while my health lasts, I will wind up my busi ness on short notice and shoulder a much-improved gun. President, Cleveland's veto is in harmony with bis policy of economic government, and in acoord with the wishes of an already overtaxed people, whereas his signature would have plunged tbe government into a position of protract, ed continuance of war taxes, whoreas it is near I'ine the latn war should be forgotten. WM. A. HILUEBHAND, Member of Cost 441, Alton, III. ADDITIONAL local matter on second page. Money to loan on improved farm properly. For particulars, apply to WHIPPLK & SMILEY. Dr. Bull will pul in an upper or lowej set of teeth tor $8. Office closed Wednesdays. d s wtf CHT7UUH NOTICES. ( To leatre interHon, nolicet tmttcrthii head matt 0. P. CHURCH—lieaulir serrlceg to morrow lylliepttMor, Kev. A.L. Barr. 8.8.at9:Siln.m. ST. PAUL'* CHURCH.—Holy Communion 8:00 a. m ; 8.8 tttO;3Ja. m; morning noivlce and .iTinon 10:30 n.m ; evening song and readings from "Bun Hur" at tlie cliurob at 7:1)0. Kcjculur and surpllced choirs. All cor- dlnlly Invited to attend. Ushers ut the doorr. BAPTIST CHURCH.—Rer. L. A. Abbott, D.D., pastor. i'reuclili'K to morrow by the pnitor. 3undtty »cbool at 9:80 a. m.; Hunterntown chapel 8.8. at 2 p. m. Young pcoplu's mert-> n>; at 6:30 p. tn. fvonlnR service at 7:16 o'clock. All Interested are cordially Invited to nil service). I'nssDYTBUiAN CiiUKOH.—Preaolil-'g by the piutor, Uev. A. T. Wolff, D.H., at lS:ifia.ia. nart 7 p. in. "Subject in ihe morning, "Aliru- luim (ifferlnir Isaac." Suhjeotln evening, "4 weak man with a devilish wile." Voun« and old are cordially Invited to these keivlcfu. Uthnra at tbo door. Useful and Hurtful Medicines, There In a corluin class of remedies for constipation abnolutely useless. These are boluues and potion* made In great part ol n, aloiB, rhubarb, gamboge, and other worthless Ingredients. Tbe damaae bey do t * tlie stomachs of those wbo use :iTein (Is Incalculable. They evacuate tbe bowels, It Is true, but always do so violently and piofusuly, and besides, gripe the bowel.. TbH reflect I to weaken both them and tbe stomach. Better far to n-o tlie'agreeable and salutuiy in I'lient, llonletioi'u btomuun Utt tun, the lux ,tlve ufeut ol whloli U nevti pn-vfdi d by ruin, or accompanied by a von* vul-lvu, violent noiloii of th-i bo«ula, On tlie coniruiy, It invigorate* tboFu organs, the .toini oil und Ibo unilie i-y-ti m. As u uifaim il luringanil pruvi-nllng muUrlal l'Vois,no nudl tnv cun mmpiiru witli It, and It rum*- dlu> IUTVOUU debliliy, rlieuinutUin, kidney and bluddtr Inuutlvity, aua otbur luorguulo EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. F-TATE OF 81HAN OLAFL1N, dee 'Heed. Tim uudvr*lgiiml, H«> lug been appointed $>t-i!Ut r nl the Jam will and itMamrniul )U«HII Olafllu, lute of jtlie county of JUilUc n ndaiuiuiil Illinois, Umeuseil, hereby given ouou ilmt lie wl 1 appear bufi ru lie eouuty I ui'tof MadUoii county, Ht tlie court liouvu, u Kiltvaid»vllle, i.t tliu April term, on the III-(I Mom uv tn April next, at wliUU tune all >»rsoua ImvInK fUlmi iiKniiim (Mid K«tatt< an' uotlUed mid ivquootuu to atlcud for tliu )ur|iiiau of ImvInK tlie nmue udjuiied. All joiscinrt Indu'iled to «Hlit Eitttteaturuquo»t«d o make iiaiuodlute payment to the unuer- * f "ited iblB «d dny at Kebraa-y, A. D., 1W7. W1LLAUU OLAFLIN, Exccuior. nulijwlt An Expenmvo lielny. ( I* faillne to iiruvide the proper means ,o i'Xin-1 trora thu h\8teiu tliotiu terms which oniisn i-orotulii, luhiiiiy, rhi-um ilium, uiul Hiolc anhe. 'lliu unly rtillublu meant U Dr. J»rter'« Iron Tonio. wit NOW WE DEVOTE ATTENTION TO Embroideries, AND r ' • ' ' "White Goods, A "Variety. WOOD TOOTH-PICKS; MUSTARD PLASTERS; SPRUNG PAD TRUSSES; COR1N AND BUNION PLASTERS; THERMOMETERS, GOGGLES, BIRD SEED, etc., etc. Marsh's Drag Store. Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard and i k olt Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON, The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner, They have no equal. Also ROOFING and UUTTEIUNG and JOBBING done at reasonable rute-t. Call aud uxiiulno my stock before purchasing elsewhere. A T r^oo'onl'id K*HH" ^32 East Second st., Bvj " *-^cgc?l u idi v*L» 5th door west of Henry GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money.

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