Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on February 28, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, February 28, 1887
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•Wrt mk you to carefully rend this column i-—H. d. Bowman & Co, BB'BT quality of Shining Prints in pretty war BtylM »W fio, »V fi.' ^f. Bowman A Co'a. TABU wide heavy Fenangs tn 40 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. , [ WK _ar«, showing gome Tory, pretty >tylei«, medium and dirfc dress latins at 13 l«2c per yard,Co. -II. J. Bowman 4 styles ot those very popular Century Cloths are now on sale at H. 4. Bow man.& Co's. FOBTY pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at II. J. Bowman & / ; Seersuckers, Tolll Dn Nerds press and Domestic Ginghams in great variety, at H, J. Bowman & Oo's. WB aro showing a complete stock ot Spring Woolens for dress goods.inclnd. ing double width Cable Twills at ;.16oj40 mob cashmere at 26c ; also Novelty Fabrics ot both, ; foreign and domestic make.— H. J. Uowman & Co. In OCR 8ilk Department we are showing Surahs, Gros' Grains and Rhadames In every new and popular shade. In Black Silks we are offering some gpWndid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, nhadnmes, Faille Franeaise and' Bro» s.— H. J. Bowman & Co. IN VELVETS wo are. prepared to show Stripes acd v Freize Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets and Plushes in every shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new colors In the popular Dress Corduroys. •M3. J. Bowman & Co. WJB CALL jspeeial attention to our Waok Goods. Large additions have been made to this Department during the last two weeks and we are prepared to show ^very real good standard fabric and many novelties.— U. J. Bowman & ' '"'' ' ALTON DAILY TKIEQHJ PH. MONDAY EVE., FKB. 28. MOTIOJB TO for the year 1817 we itaiV ohfUftt th* frt- Jawing t*M« lor tnmattc* MtiOM i.'ltt Oft* local column*! Insertion . . lOoenu. Tbree to flvtt IntertloD*, • . 7 " Six to twelre InMirtloni. . . B " RATESCjr ADVEBTlSlKOl Tnuisnuit.— ftfrr «• nt< per Inch flrtt Insertion, and TWBUfTT-FIPB cent* per Ineu (or each tub»< quant iniartlon, 13 per Inch flrat month, 11.50 per Inoh.eaob month thereafter UCOAL ADVERTISING: fl per Inch for <b« flr»t Insertion, and 00 cent* per luoh lor enob tubtequenl tnteittoD. W Above ratei will be Btiiotly adhered to. TUB DAILY TELEGRAPH U delivered by carrier* to all piirta of thu city of Alton and Upper Alton, for ten cents per week. Mailed to any addrea* at the ruto of V> 20 p*r year. TUB TKLEQBAPII bus the largest circulation ot any paper In Alton, and U the beat medium (or advertiser*. ,' OOHNHR THIUU AND PUBA STREETS. TBLK- PnOMHNO.38. REMEHBBR the election tomorrow for Clerk of the City Court of Alton. INDICATIONS for Southern Illinois: Fuir weather, followed by local rains; higher temperature. Assignee Sale going on at Globe. ,, 268 IK OUR Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of White Flannel mall Wool and Domet, also many pretty styles,* Striped Stteque- Ings, Tricots, and Albatross, in all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. WE ABB prepared 'to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. We have retained all the old fayorites 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 ODU Shirt Department you can find n real good white shirt for SOo and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress ^shirts, Night shirts and all sizes in Boys' Laurel Shirt |\Walst8.—H. J. Bowman &Co. uo FINE Second street.noar , corner oi Henry -FOB- STATIONERY, •dEdfte, Elite Kauged EURO, Italmorai Linen. Orifllu's Linen, Turkey uitd Linen, l'"oli Blow. Mikado, Charred BtUe. Oi-eain Lni.l MournlnK Note, ami 0 lar«e assortment •• ilI illuminates and Docorat-d stationery. Dm •nisol.'e Wax and Soula. School Tublaw .-.mi Stationery. Uocedwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! O.iKAP FOR CASH ON TIHK PAYMENTS •.-a OOB and Organa tuned and W«lwa A.*' ; MIX Machines repaired ^'TAkfimEUX *» Tinas W. I** IjAuiUifc&u AI '. Mu»lo beHlor, Tulvd street, uuarlv oj).poslte I Belle, Alton 111. WATCH wly MlklndtotFaucy.Hand mudo, Knit andOro- un tgoo08.UoodB.TobaBgansandMlt».Mens «cu,..a and Fascinators at very low prices. Also J>res»miilHng. Plain and Family Sowtnu MVI HtamplnK D)ne. Oomo and : cai;. Don't torgei the p'aoo. decanwiy THIS has been a lovely 8prlne>libe day and business hs>s picked up con Bid- orably under its genial influence. You will make no mistake '.if you order LaUelle flour, and eee that you get it. 24 6 LOT No. 6 In block No. 4m Hunter & Emerson's addition, belonging to the Alt estate, wa« sold by Hon. £. B. Glass, at Master's sala, this morning, for $800. Mr. John M. Tensor was tbe purchttter. Instruct your grocer to never send you any flour bat the LaBelle brand. 246 Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Rnderehansen & Sonntag. Third street. dtf SOME Democratic Senators are trying to prevail npon the president to make appointments for the interstate commerce commission before March 4 and avert a special session. Ice—Families supplied at 50 cents per hundred; saloons, SOc; butchers, 25o. BICKEL&SON, 28 6 HARRY JOHNSON. THE announcement of Capt. A. Inveen as a candidate 'for Township Assessor appears today. He is an old resident, a practical mechanic and builder and peculiarly well qualified for Lbo position. Shoos, Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods m the Great Assignee Sate at less than wholesale prices at tbe Glnbe. 26 3 MRS. Woods, a colored woman, of Ninth and Alby streets, will leave, with four children, for Burlington, Iowa, this evening, enough money having been contributed for tbe purpose by some of our charitable citizens, to whom thanks are returned by those hating the matter in charge. FOR SALE- One-third interest in the Alton Base Ball Aasaniuum. For particulars inquire at this office, 21 G A complete line of Winter Goods for Gent's Wear,- lately received, by H. O. G. Morltz, Third street. 26tf AN OLD VIOLIN-A. ulii-ee hundred year old violin, the property of Mr. Louis Tales, is on exhibition in Mr. F. H. Uube's show window. The instrument is in a good state of preservation. The statement is made that it came from Stratford, Eng., and was played «t theatrical performances m Shakespeare's time. smoker Mugoo- TJIK candidates for Clerk of tha City Court, at the election tomorrow, are! John W, Ash and E. J. Noonan. . FIR* AtAHM—Th« fir* ftUrm about 11 o^look yesterday was canied by a blaze at the residence of Mr. Geo. A. B»yle, corner of Third and Go«rge streets. The flames were extinguished with a few buckets of water rendering unnecessary the services of the members of the Fire Department, who were on hand promptly. BLIND TOM.—Blind .Tom, the wonderful natural musician, appeared before a large audience at the Opera House, Saturday evening. His rendU lions on the piano seemed nothing les* than mmUial inspirations. Ho performed classical bom positions with tbe same marvelous technique with which be executed popular music. He is also a composer of great excellence. He executed the seeming impossible feat of playing Yankee Doodle and Fisher's hornpipe and singing Tramp, tramp, simultaneously. His performances aro simply unaccountable. POLICE COUKT — A man named Chestman, from Macoupln county, made a charge yesterday afternoon ot highway robbery against three young men. A warrant was issued by Ju.-tice Bundle nbd Marshal JoeSt* ing with Oflloer Hack arrested the parties yesterday evening. Tbe parties were arraigned before Justice Handle but the complainant having left tbe cicy and no one appearing to prosecute the charge of highway robbery was dropped. One of them was fined $10 and costs for resisting officer Hack, the 01 hers were discharged. Ten cents taiten from one of the victim'* boots, was the extent of the robbery complained of. Money to loan on improved form property. For particulars, apply to WH1PPLK& Mr, Wm. Armstrong has returned torn Cftlhovm county. Our old friend, Mr. A. 0. WoUord, favort M with Me pftpert fromTopeka, ati.RKlA.WB LICENSES. today \y GREATEST BARGAINS I -AT Crandall's Crockery Store 2O3THIKDST., NKARLY OPPOSITE BKLUS. A Fine Assortment of BeautUol m durable CHINA wnro mode. 5 $' patterns of Thin Cups and Saucers; ;fe Thin I'lates and Fruit Saucers; Ber'"" ry Saucers, and Shell leo Creams; Tutu Meat and Vegetable Dishes; Bono Dishes, After-dinner Coffees, And offered at half the price to of Frencu China for thirty days. TJkUpiperUko»ton in* «t»e office«ff YER^SOH DVERTISING GENTS A universal remark by every of cigars: Neminger's Fig and lia are the best cigars in the market. LaBelle flour, bran, shlpftuff anrl screenings at the Alton Holler Milling Co'a. 24 6 RESIDENCE BURNED -The residence of Mrs. Mary Lindlwy, four miles north of Godfrey, was totally destroyed by tire Sunday moining, with all its ooiuentN. The inmates bareiy escaped witU their lives. Among the effects -consumed was the sum of $^00 in money. There, was »n int-urance of 81,400 on the house. The origin of the tire is unknown. Deputy Clerk 'Rudurshansen issued a marriage license to: Mr. Wm. Skinner, of Upper Alton, and Miss Mary Woods, of Alton, BIV£K NEWS. Tbe Spread Eigle landed a barge load of white sand here yesterday afternoon for^tbe Glass Works, from Mr. Wm. Armstrong's Calhoun county quarries. Coal. Buy your Hard and Soft Coal of H L. Winter and get tbe best. Office at Mook's Pharmacy, Tbir.t street, and in Job's new block, corner Second and Henry sts. Telephones No's. 21 and 54 augl4 d7m BLEITION POLL8. Tbe polls for tomorrow's election are: First ward, St. Charles Hotel building; Second, D. Miller's carriage shop; Third, City Hall building; Fourth, Nia- belt's building, opposite Triangle Park ; Fifth, Hope Hou'e; Sixth, Hack's shop; Seventh, Luke Brennan's office. Polls open at 8 a. m. ana close at 7 p. 01. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is the prescrption of one of tbe best female nurses and physicians in the United States, and has been used for forty years with never- failing succuss by millions of molherc for their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhooa, griping in the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health to the/ child it rests tbe mother Price 26c a bottle. ia 16 m w s wk High and LOTC Pricea An era of good prices for everything which labor produces, when not caused by scarcity or famine, is always an era of good times; while unusually low prices ior everything are, always productive of luird limns. This is the hi— lory and i-xnerience of the ununirv. without a single exception.— Nashville Journal , ,. Mrs. John WildUnd ion, ot St.Louit, are visiting friends and relatives In thU city. .-..-. Meisn K. S.ComptonandThbs.atill were In from Godfrey today and report the road* Improving. Hon. E. B. Glass,Mas(er in Chancery, of Kdwardsvillo, was m town this morn- ng on legal business. Mrs. N . Richardson i of Medora, and Miss Jennie Batterton, of Klrkwood, Mo., spent Saturday and Sunday with their father, Mr. John R. fiatterton. Mr. G. A. Spencer, the popular postmaster at LaMothe Place, Mo.,was over his morning. He report* that the arraers on the Point have raised $2,000 to pay for right of way for the Central Missouri. • Mr.. T. M. Lone has received a letter from Mr. Geo. W. Parker, President of the Cairo Short Line, offering him a vety desirable position as a civil engineer on an extension ot that road to be built in Southern Illinois. The offer is a flattering re"ognition of Mr. Long's high standing in bis profession. UPi'EB ALTON. Mrs. Belle M. Bullavd (nee Depry) died a few days since at her home in Lawrence, Kas., from consumption. Her early life was spent in Upper Alton and she will be remembered as a bright, promising girl, whose early decease is much regretted. Mr, John M. Ground has been home for a fews days from Jacksonville, Fla., where he is in the freight department of tbn Savannah, Florida & Western R. R. Co. Upon his return south, his wife will accompany him, Mrs. H. N. Kendall if slowly reoovi ering from a severe attack of pneu j monia. ' j Mr. W. Cal. Lowelcame up last week from Eureka Springs^ Ark., where his family haye been receiving marked beneflt in the use of the springs. He will return soon. Mr. M. B. Underwood has gone to Gun City, Mo., for a few days business trip. Rtv. Wm. Green will preach nightly dunug the coming: week at the Baptist church. ' . Dr. Geo. J. Kendall, of tbe Kendall- Bay le 'Cracker Co.,- St; Louis, spent Sunday here with h\s mother. The friends of Miss Eleanor G. Wells will be pained. to know that she is suffering from a painful and apparently fatal malady. Miss Jennie Xonng, of Moberly, Mo., is visiting .her brother, Mr. E. D. Youcg. Several candidates were baptized at the Baplibt church, Sunday evening, and the meetings will be continued the coining week, both at thir church ami the Presbyterian. Tjplcul Western Girli. The four daughters of lunatius Rlg« glo, of Madison county, III., not ociy make their own dresses and other clothing, but spin aud weave the cloth •>f which they are made from raw cotton and wool. Mr. R'ggin is a rich man, rated worth $260,000, and his daughters are pretty.inieliiBtntand accomplished. They hvo luxuriously In a bandi-onw house, expensively and tastefully fur» nished. home made clothing is tun father's hobby, and the girls sensibly indulge him in it. "What wives they would make!"— Cleveland, (0.) Herald. :::•- SOW MT .'• . , •"•" , . .. . - ..'.«-».•.-., r .. ; ':_, WE DEVOTE ATTENTION TO Bmbroiderie^, AND White Goods, A Variety. WOOD TOOTH-PICKS; MUSTARD PIASTERS; SPRUNG PAD TRUSSES; COR1N AND BUNION PLASTERS; THERMOMETERS, GOGGLES, BIRD SEED, etc., etc. Marsh's Drugstore. LUg bargains In Bankrupt sale—Globe 26 3 THE St. Louis Republican Is booming tJol. Morrison for member of the Inter State Commerce Commission. The AepuMican is tba well-informed and influential political Journal which predicted that Morrison would defeat Jehu baker by 4.0UO majority. The support of the Republican U something a Doui- ooratio statesman droadn but< bus tn enduro. Blun grass, Clover, Timothy and all kinds of garden seeds at Sulbold & DotordlDg'B * 17 d3w w4t A Leg Off. Wednesav evening, a man fell from i he top of Waba*h box car between twomoving cars, and the wheels passing over, ciuhhrd one foot and the lower part of the les no badly that li had to bo amputated ju«t below the knee. The victim is about 30 years old, tjavo his name as Robt. H. Vamlevcer, •mid he was a iifphnw of Judge H. N Vnndi-veiT, of Tayloiville, was uninar- iicil, and lived he could mxki- H living, but J 1 hut, ho bad bcun ri'd nth' Kiiipping ut, Urbana, III. - Litchfield Monitor. Dentil of Mrs AlcKee. .lEnsjcvviLi.E, 111., Feb. 27.—Mrs. M iry Mi-ICec, latu of St. Louis, mother or Mrs. Cam R. ilutolimson, died In i his city, this morning of pneumonia, at the home of her daughter. TUB Wichita Eaqle bpglns to reallzn the dancer of a ••crash," and In a leaded column article warns the citizens of it.— Topeka, (Kan.) Capital. Sore Throat !• particularly favorabln to the contraction of Diphtheria. Hi-nd the warning, and use Uurbys Propliyiaoilo Fluid. It at oncu aliayn this mfl uumiitlon ot thu throat, Biibtiaiis thu pain and elves pnrmantinl ruliuf, It promptly and (•ffi'O'imliy du-troys nil contuglou und itiphllifcUiic uerms. It. ia a safueuH HgfltriHt Dlphilinria, and should bu used un the tirst sympiomn of soru throat as a gargle. to tb B wk ANNOUNCEMENT. We authoi Ized te announce ADOLPH 1M- VEEN KB a candidate (or Aaaeaior at tbe en- »ulni{ townsbtp election. Wo are autborlzud to announce JOHN P. KUHN as n candidate lor Towneblp Collector. Blcoi Ion Tuesday, April 6tb. We ore autborlied to announce JOUK W, ASH as a candidate for Clfcrk of tbe Olty Court of Alton, at tbn election Tuenday, March 1st, 1837. We are authorized to announce EDWARD J. NOO x AN a» a candidate for Clerk of tbn Olty Court. Election, Tuesday, March 1st. * The Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard ancUoit Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVEE BROUGHT TO ALTON, The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove ^ and Hard Coal Base Burner, They have no equal. Also ROOKING and GUTTKIUNO and JO n RING done MrMionaklo rate*. Call and ummlno tny atook bolore puroliusln,! ubmwhere. 532 East SeoaDd St., >5th door west of Henry A I . J» GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, T. L. FOULDS & CO., 8UOOKSROE8 TO A. U. MOKINNEY & OO.. Highest Market Price Paid for Corn and Pickles. 8TDL.L SLOP FOB 8ALK. Mp7(lwt»n TPPER ALTON, ILLS, D. B. KITTINQER & CO. WUu the public to know ttwiy »jx> gelling Oood8 at Lowott Uaab I'lioo*. Dry Oondi, b«ooert«», NoiloUi.of nil kludn, Klonr, Nnxoiijr V»rn, Fe«t. hllk * Uarn 'I lire«<14,Ci« .r«, da. Tabnooo, It<i>l«ry of >url|>tluDi. all QUMUI and Tluwar*. Frcwli Oyctcru and Celery; Ilrank liro»'. Ciuulli'H nud Nut»! Ki'ilh'H Broud. D. B. KITTINGER & CO. Murpl»y'« Old Stand. 23w3m The best for the Money.

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