Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 4, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, March 4, 1887
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• i f 5-_! f J fT KSV'S'V ^ «T w ,r nk you to, carefully road th s Ai'£*a. J BtfwMatti a Co." -<~ •" But IpukUtr of Bhirtlng Prints in pretty now titles ore Co, at H. «J. Bowman & Oo'<. TAHD wide heavy Penangs in 40 new rti8,'at H. J. Bowaian & Go's. WE ar« showing some Tory ptetty yleH, medium and dark dress satins at 12 l-2c per yard.—H. J. Bowman & Co. ••' , SPRtHO styles of those very popular Century Cloths are now on gale at H, J. Bowman & Go's. FORTY 'pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. . • - • '• ' ' PALMUR Seersuckers, Toll! Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams in great variety, at H. J. v Bowman & Co's. WE are chowing a complete stock ol Spring Woolens for dress goods.includ. ing uouble width .Cablo Twillsttt 16e;40 mob cashmere at 26o; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domebtto make.—H. J. Bowman & Co. Is OCR Silk Department we aroshow' Ing Surahs, Gi-os Grains nnd Kbadame.i. in every new and popular Hhtulo. In Black Silks we are offdring some aplepdid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Rhadarae», Faille Franoame and brocades.—H. J. Bowman & Do. IN VKLVKTS we nre prepared to fhow Stripes and Freizi Novelties, Plain bilk Velvets aijd Pln-hes in every shade Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new color's in the popular Dress Corduroys. —H. J. Bowman & Co. ', '••'.' i. WB CALL special attention to our Black 1 Goods. Large additions have been made to ibis Department during the last two weeks and we are prepared to show every real good standard fabric, and many novelties.—H. J. Bowman & Co/. /;•;':'.."________ ' •'.•'•: IN oua Flannel Department can be ; found nvery quality and width of White Flannel mail WouL and Domet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacque- lings, Tricots and Albatross, in all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. WK ABE prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. We have retained all the old favorites and added tunny new lines. In Fabric and Kid Gloves we show all ibe popular make- moliuling plain and embroidered bucks, 'dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowmun r&Co. . IN OUR Shirt Department yon can find ia real good white shirt for 60c and the 5 best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, |flne pleated Dress shirts, flight shine fand all sizes in Boys' Lnuibl Shin iWaists.—H. J Bowman & Co. f'VO IT AT TkWO Seoonil street, near KIO JHLU J tl/Jaa 3, corner n> Henry ifINE STATIONERY, rli us Crane's Flora, Whiting's Stondard 'PaiMirs, Hnrlbut'H Fr«no'i Limms, Kulluse i>rl Edee. Kllte Kaunoil Kcljjo, Balmoral .. f:Llnon, Gnffia'8 Linen, Turkey l.uM Linen, •'J'"..oli Blow. Mtkiulo, Charred Kdno, Ui-uam Caul. MournluK Now, and 8 liirt£0 ua-ortmout ol Illuminated and Dicoratt-d !»tmli»nury. (DennlHOii'8 Wax and Seals. School Tal>leti- gend Stationery. _ __ dec6Uwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! [C.IEAV FOR OA811 ON T1MK I'AVMXNT- [£*8'ioti and Oi'ffHnsi tunud aii'l repaired Si « • HacMntu •ruimlrud t-ut'nlli'S lorull Sla- BH. N. DiLAM'HiEUX. 'Aiuttfo Denier, Third utrent, ntnii'lv n|ipo~lti' Uallo, Alton 111. di-c60wly WATCH JB THE BAROMNS IV JOB'S NKW COW. HOILUINO. HKNUY -T., AT MKM. D. OKI I KAMA'S, Ml kind, of Flinty, Hand U)nd», Knit andOro- en tgooog. nooJe.TiibjBKiinHund Mho. ilenV ICHJ s and fuclnatora at veiy low pnoi'H, llan Drettmivbliig. 1'Uln and Family Sfwlnn nit HtampliiK O ne. Come and irive us» 'C*\'. 'Don't lorgut tlio p uco, de.edwly -OALL ATM. Crandall's Crockery Store fOtt THE LOAVBST PRICES; rood Cups and Saucers, 30c per set. .Good 8-inch Plates, 30o per set. i<! Meat Dishes, 5o to 50c each, etable Dishes, 5u to 50u each, itchers, 5c to 50c each. Half.pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Glass Goblets, 20o per set. Fruit Snufcrs, 16c per set. Fruit Dishes, 5u to 75o each, ssorted Color Cologne Sets. 50c per sot. . Vases, 5o to SI each. Best quality of Trlple-plated Knives, 1.50 is et. iplo Plated Forks, $1.50 per set- Vhl* pnper U kupt on 0>e at ibo ouice tf DVERTISING GENTS * SON'S MftHMl .ALTON nAiLV_TKLRflR>Ptt F/iiDAY BVfirt MARCH 4""""' MOTICB tO Tor t)M yew im we §h»n charge th« »j lowing t«t»« im tr*iul«nt notieM In oar lo««l folutnnai .'. • - • •' • ' ' MnBta ««»wtton . • . Three to Jlvo Itiierttcmi, • UATK8OP c. ni« Mr.tavh flrrt In- •eillon, and TtfSSTT-FirK centa p»r inob foreuch iub«< quunt lu»rtlon. W per Inuli llmt mouth, f 1,BO per Inob eaob month tlioronftor LEGAL ADVBnTISIS'O: fl per inch for liio flret lijtonluii, and 50 r.cnu pur (null (or eivcli nub«oquenl tnaurtlon. 49* Above rates will bo »ti lolly ailUured to. TUB DAILY TELEGRAPH Is delivered by rnri-lorl to all purtD of thu city of Alton and Upper Uton, for ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rutu of |4 20 p*r year. THE TKl.EOItAPII liafl tbu Inrtfeot circulation ot any i>apor In Alton, and U the beet mt'dlum'for ndvenWurs. >)<>RNKR TlllllU AND I'lAflA 8THEEM. TBLB- i3». TUB Council meets next Tuesday. New mpdieis and torchon laces.— Piurson &Carr Dr> Goods Co. It Many bargains in all things nt tbt Globe. , 24 DIED.--Kir. Fred Wtfipe.oke, living a mile noith of Godfrey, died this morn. Do soe the fumoiH O-ie MiiiUto Cnffec uts, at IloppeV China Hill. 3 3 TUB C. P. cliuroli ao'jiable will meet this oveoiujj with Mrn. T. H. Porrin. THE work of clearing Second of the ruins of the building destroyed by fire Tuesday morning is progressing rapidly. Money to loan on improved real state. Apply to Rndershauscn & Smntag. 'Ihir'd street. dtf MR. C. M. Crandall, of the well known crockery t-toru, givus the figuret< of a few of his "lowest prices" In a now ad vei tuement today. Yo.u will regret it If you buy before 'tting our prices at the Assignee's Sale of the Globe. 24 THE monthly pay roll of tlm Chicago & Alton railroad Is fiotn $264000 i<> $230,000. Uoodhouse gets §12,000 i.f his amount. Ice—Families supplied at 5C cent- uer hundred; saloons, SOe; butchers, 25n. BICKEL&SON. 286 HARRY JOHNSON. MR. A. Neermnn, the enterprising carpel dealer, comes to the front today wuh a new double column advertisement, of new goods for the sprinjr Everv ouo should read it. A complete line of Winter Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received, by H. C. i. Mornz, Third street. 26tf GORTON'S Original New Orleans Minstrel*, one of .the lineal troupes in he country, noted for its splendid brans tind string bands, will appear at he Opera Hou-enext Wednesday evening. A full bouse will, no doubt, greet the burnt cork artists. - • A universal remark toy every smoker if cigars: Nemiuger 1 * Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. Famous One Minute Coffee Pols,very nobby.—Uoppe'd China Hall. .S 3 THE Democrat is trying to bo'star U[i 'lie prudent c.ty administration t>\ claiming that it is no worse than it* predecessors. This it an erroneous as- umption to beftin with, but what the people want the administration to xpluin is why it hat failud to carry out ihu big promises it made at the ouitta. For Runt—Good dwelling hon«e on Alhy street, between Foitrlh and Fifth tivu room 4 , cellar, cistern and out build- nigs in good repair. Inquire of Dr. U. G.bsou. 3 3 TIIK Young Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet tomorron itfiernoon, at three o'olock, at Ihe rooms of the W. C. T. U. on Second street. RUNAWAV— I'his lorenoon as Thomas lioudiu and Niek Sulbold were driving HI Seibold & Uuterding's new delivi'ty wagon, one of thu horses mailed while making a turn near the comer nf Suvunih tin>1 Eiibton streets and both llio occupants wore thrown out. Mr. G mdlit's fool caught in a wheel and Inn lutvur limb wa* painfully wrenched, tn' much HO as to ;lisul)lo him fur a tune. Yuung Seibold escaped unhuil. I'he hordes ran until they brought up against Mr. J. Urtuinu'H tvnw, neur »vhere the happuned, and worn ctuutit by Frank Slierwuud. The wagon was not badly damaged. Wonderful One Minute Coffee P<its, splendid.—lloppo's China Hall. 3 8 Coal. Hay your Hard and Soft Coal of II. U. Winter and pel iho best. Ofllce ut Mook's Pharmacy, Thlr.l street, and in •lob's new lilouk, corner Second nnd liunry oU. Tule^bone* No's. 21 nnd 61. TNy Arc on Soati arc noiv 00 sale nt Uh<itubcr Urn's for the Union* NS# Orleans Minatrols, Do not (all to see the parade. Gold Band, Prioei 36o, 60o and "60. 0,)«r» House D«xt Wednesday PKUSOSA.L. Col. Dranbolt U la Efflnghara today on legal business. Mr, and Mrs. H. Q. M'Piko nrnved home this morning alter a trio across the continent, spending most of their time in Southern California. All wool pin check dress goods; most desirable colorings.— Pierson & Carr Dry Good* Co. It The unexcelled Sterling Organs, the celebrated Uehning and Ivcrs & Pond Pianos, for sulo by Floss & Kabe; also one second hand organ for sale cheap 3 7 HlVtilt NEVIS. The Spread Kagle and Hudson, leave as usual for Grafton this evening. The nfft ie of the Hudson has been moved Irom ihe Clarksvtlle warehoino o tlio 'building opposite Ihe B^gle Packet (Jo's warehouse. Having resumed operation the Sparks Milling Co. will fumihh customers with their popular "Electric Light" il >ui delivered free to all parts of thu ei.y. mldwlm Money to loan uu improved ft^rm property. For particulars, apply to WHIPPI.K& 8Mll.fiY. UFi'ER ALTON. PUBLIC SCDOOLS —The. attendance for February wa^ 2'26, being 86 percent. >f the enrollment. The >cbools are Hpparently doing excellent work. On account of some changes In the eouis<> of study, there will be no class graduated this year. LITERAUY— The Literary Union mpets thi- evening with H. E Mill.', Esq. A contjsc between the C.dipge Liter ary societies is among the probabilities 'or the near future. MUSICAL—The Shurlleff Cornet band attended a Sabbath school convention at Urushy Grove last evening. The Alpine Choir, which is billed fur next Wednesday evening, h said to be lirsl class troupe. FUNEUAL—Dr. Burnap roaehert horaV resterduy morning with the remains 01 us mother, Mi8. Luuy J. T. Bitmap The funeral services, which wore held at the family residence, were conduuieo by Kev. Mr. Mills, pastor of the Congregational church, Alton, and Kev. G. W. Waggoner, of the M. E. church, Upper Alton. NAHROW ESCAPE—A son of Mr. I. VI. Anderson, a lad of about twelve, backing carelessly across the street, at Sti'eeper't) corner, suddenly came in c.intaci with thu tonguu of a two horse wagon whose ddvur w<n al.-o absent- m tided. The boy instinctively cluicued he ground and when he crawled <>u loin under the rear end of the wagon his injuries were found to be it sligh cut on the head from a shoe calk. It was a narrow escape for the lutl« fellow. TOWN POLITICS— The candidates for Town ulUVerri begin to snip lor the race. An agreement should be arrived between thu different sections of the township that shall distribute the oftiees lo the suiiafaotion of the lo.-'s thickly populated districts. If this is not done there will be a lively contest for some of the positions; notably that of Collector, which is thu best plum In the JIO. Merchants', Attention! Hop Hollow Li mo 12 1-2 cents a bu-hel ut kiln; 15 cunts, delivered any- whure within city liui.ts. Office, coiner Short and Willlntn streets. 32 JOHN ARMSTRONG. A tlnppr tioldcu Wedding. HII.LSBOHO, ILL., AUrvh S -One nf the iiio.-.t, iniied anil plua.-iiiil occasion, ihu Rtiii-oii in this oily was Ihe ei !.-• I) htion last evening ol ihugoldun wed- iiig of Air. and Airs. G. V. Urooktimn I'ne leception was held ut ihu residence jf Mr. Uronkiuan in South Ililloboro still lasted from 6 until 10 o'clock p m. Owing to the great popularity of the nld people many inviiulions were i-ciii'd HIU very few stayed away. Gue-tn were Ml'O-ent from dilferent pnit^of thu nialt*. AliHic was furnished by the HilUboro Silver Uoriiel liami and all pru.sent (titrtook ot tin t'XOfllent supper. Mr. nnd Mrs U. wuru iliu recipients u( a large- number of valuable and i>ppiopiiu'e prebuntM. Thuy have lived eonitiiiixlirlv in liill.iboio tiirioity eight years. Mr. and Mrs. UrooKinan are the grandparurils of Mrs. Walter, of this city. Now goods arriving dully nt flnppo'g (Jhina U.ill, do nut fail to sue them. 8 2 Blun grans, Ciovur, Timothy and nil kinds of garden Needs at Seiliold & 17 d2w w4t ANMOUNOBKENT. Wo Huthmltn'I tn announce APOLP1I l.N- VEEK H» n uiinilliliun tor Ackonuor nt thu mi. »l|lllK l(IWIIHlll|) I h'C'lldll. Wo are uulliorlzud to unnouiK'O JOHN I'. KUUS n«» candidate for ToA-nablp Oulluu* tor. iUwniou Tuoutluy, April &tli. JUirllitlnv ('olcbraiion ot at Chicago. (Btllett;l« AUrooatc.) "the Union Langue of Chioairo oel« orated the 22.1 of February In a marked manner. The programme laid out wai an oration by James Russell .LowelMli the, afternoon, and u grand banquet «' night— at which lielween tUrev hundrec add f jur hundred per«ons were seatec at thu tables. At the banquet speeche «eru made by a number of persona- Mr. Lowoll. oX'Qnwrnor Ftlreblld lion. Jelm »ak«r and others In none Ing Mr. Baker's speech the Chicago iltraltl nays: "Congressman Jehu Baker followed When bu stood up, loan, lunk and uncouth, a shout went up that nearly shook the ceiling. He led oft with > glowing tribute lo Washington, In the hight-sl form of declamation." In Its notice, the Chicago Times says "If on. Jehu Baker was then uall«d upon, and, nfier announcing his intention to bu bilef, paid a glowing tribute to the memory and deeds of Washing- ion as a soldier, a Htatusmin, and an h.ineft man, which was received with rnpiurnus applause." . MK. BAKEK 8 KEMARKS ABODT WASHINGTON. It has been finely and deeply said that "the Heart knows its own:" and, that "the heart has its reasons," no less than i hit intMllrct. I built Vri these sentiments mo equally as applicable to nations as •.D individual*. Nations know their nwn; and ihe.y hive reasons which me '•motion* of the aoul, rather than idea f thu mind. It is in this manner that • lie people— it Is in this manner that all huni-nnty- knows how to select UN t'oiigust, and truest, nnd most bulpful fi-ietuN, and to lift up their names and thejr tame, as permanent light hou-es f >r t>u dancu over obscure ways -or as ^uuluiii tuurs or waimlng mns in tin li iimmeut of aspiration, of hope and enduavor. Our own Washington is a marvelous llunlrution of what I havu said. He IIHS betn selected, not by thu heart of uur co 'Dii-V onlv, but by the heart of thu entity civiliz-jd world, as a supreme. purgtmal represuntAiive of civic virtue; mil it would be only the truth to say ihat aside from Jusm of N.iz:ireih, no being has over appeared upon our earth 10 wiium the heart of civilized humanity, in all counirns, moves wuh the uiu reaped, with the saiun reverence, tvuh the same profound feeling, as it does toward our Washington. All ihat u honcrublw in public lifn, all that is inmiiit by thu ideal public official, mbodiud in Wa>hingion in adegieo 10 great l h KI his name has become for ps, and for thu wh-ile civi'izvd world, uu- qimlleil in compmson with unv ot'i^r llilMill nallie. Oiiiln h-iVu bePii pUZ^I. d • i know h iw thu . is. What i- ihi' logitimau- source of Washmgion's lami P tlu was lacKtug in learning, lacking in -eience, atiU lacking m .what ihe world calls jieiiiu-i. 1 i ecu 1 1 un illui-t-at'Ve inoiileiit. I Imvo been tola thai a uiiiled French soldier upon a botile lixld of 1 1m (iivsi Napoluon said to the ui'geon, " cut an inch deepur, and \ou will tind ihe Emperor"— by which hu muani, that, iliu l!»mpuror was in the marrow of his bones. So, cut through learning, cut through science, cut hrough genius', and vuu will tind that inhmtuly greater thing, character — which ia thu hfu of the man — and that Washington possessed in mcli measure to move the admiration of ihu world. Two words ol power arc associated inseparably wiih the name of Wa>hiiiu- LOII, as they aru associated with Ihe desiiny ol our great Uupublio, and with he destiny o! modern civilization in sjeneml — Li'jurly and Older. I pui 'hem in Uie rank of their importancu — liberty first, nnd then order. No name •ince time began is better connecie.ii liun that of Washington with all liber- y which is not licence, and with all irdur which is not tyranny. Dressed uhickenp, tut keys, eggs fr.;Mi butter and apples ut tieibold & Deter- gV. ' It PRICE LIST: LaBelle, • • Fairy, • • • Diamond Light, Fancy, • • $4,75 - 4,50 - 4.00 3.50 UPPER ALTON, ILLS, D. B. KITTINGER & CO. Wl»h the public to know llicy are Uoudd at Lowutt Cuuli I'lluos. Ory Go"<l«, Ciloce nimi*. <>( nil kinds, (•'lotf, Frr«l, M. Snxiiny Yitriii Ili ,„-, .111' n thread t,<'i|f .fx, ii.lrry »( all lie Toimcoo, uiid Tlnnrnre, OyctopH mid Celery; i'. Ciiitdli'H and NuU; Ki lth'8 Uruitd. D, B.KITTINGER & CO, Stand. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM tlio popuUr favorlt« fur dreolntf llio liuji. ItMloiliiir color when frim^i n ]1< l |iiw«nunjf IMndruOT. It clean 1 llio »ul|i, Ktopi thu IIAU- t.i. J:IK, unit Id tun to plouo. t».'. BIlH Cl.0> a HINDERCORNS. Tha Mte»t t vurrct and bivt ourfl for Corn*. DyiiloiUt.Aa* (Jto-iirJIinlil. r'imirwiooii'f<'i-noj|l«r<l>l toiiw*. ilwinKklt'fUBKWfc li;stu* NOW WE BE VOTE ATTENTION TO Embroideries, AND White Goods, READY-MIXED PAINT, white and colors, PAINT GROUND THICK, in white and colors, to be thinned with oil. WHITE LEAD, OILS and COLORS. ALABASTINE, WHITING, and GLUE. Marsh's Drug Store. J] |J A V I UKJi Largest and Most Com* plete Assortment of Hard and toit Coal and Wood „_ Cook and Heating Stoves 3 EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. They have no equal. Also HOOFING and OUTTEKING and JOBBING done at ressonaWe ratot. Cull und ex> mine my stock tM)(oro purchasing elsewhere. A T DcicyonHarHf 532 East Second st, .J. l^WfcJllIld.rUL,5 t h d oorW68tO fHenry QOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money. , nuluc k.tlen. 'I'crrliory KIVVII, mitlntutuou uua- tuiutvd. UU, BL'OTT, 841 Urmidwoy, N. V.

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