Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 7, 1887 · Page 3
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WE you, t> Cuiffnlh it'tiil h.« Print* in Bfi» quality of pretty DSW stylei tire 60,. M S. J Bowman YARD wide heavy Penangt In 40 new pAttorm, at B< J. Hoivman 4 Co'n. WR are showing gome very pretty yleo, medium and dtrfc dress satin at 12 l»So per yard.— H. J, Bowman & Co. stylos ot thtise very populai Century Clothe are uow on sale at II J. Howman & Co'a. • . FoBTir piecei Crinkled Seersuckers tn choicest patterns, at U. J. Bowman & CO'8. .^,'':.V ,..•_'_ , • PALMKE Seersuckers, Toll) Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams In great, variety, at H. J. v Bownmn & "Jo's. , WS are Vti<jwing a complete i-took oil Spring Woolens tor dress goods.iijolud. .jttg uuuble Width Cable Twills at 16u;40 inch cashmere at 26oj also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign ami domestic make.—H. J. Bowman &Ou. . IN OCR Silk Department we are show ing Surahs,Grps Grains nnd HhHdamtts • in every' new and popular shade. ID Black Silhs we are .offering some splendid values in Qros Grains, Surahs, Khadames, Faille Francnise and BrO- oades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. . IK VELVETS we are prepared to Bhow Stripes and Fjrelzii Noveltie*; Plain silk Velvets and * Flu.hes in every shade. Flam and Striped ; Velveteens, and new •olors in the popular Dress Corduroys. —H..J.Bowman & Co.' ;; ( WE CALL; speo.iai attention to our Black Goodsi barge 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.•'•• '[•:' ""^_____ '"•''' IN OUR Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of White Flannel in all Wool and Domet, alsomany: pretty styles, Striped ; Sacque- Irigg, Tricots and Albatross, in all ihv, popular shades.—H.J. Bowman & Co WK AHE prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. We have retained all the old favorites and added ninny new lines. In Fabric and Kid Glovoa.we show all the popular mako-i. including plain and embroidered bucks,, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowman. &Co. _______ IN OUB Shirt Department you .can find a real good white shirt for fiOo and tbe best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirt.-* and all sizes in Boys' Laurel Shin. 'Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. UO lTAYTn?TI!PO Second street,noar .TO jDA/JMjsjElJN Q( corner 01 Uonry -FOB- FINE STATIONERY, Buoha* Crane's Flora 1 . Whtttnu's StandarJ Papers, Hurlbut'a Fruno'i Lilians, Kcllpsn- Ua4K<'d Bdnre, Kllto Kaiwed Edge, Balmoral Llium, Unfflu's Linen, Turkey Laid Llnan,. f" icli Blow, Mikado, Ohm-red Ed«o, Oruain Unit,' Mourning NuU), und » lurxe amortmeiu ot JUuautiatnd and Decorated stationery- Dennlson'a Wax and Heals. School Tablet*, and Stationery. decOdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! C.lEAP FOB OA8H ON TIM It PAYMKNT+ llanos and Organs iunod an<i repaired 8t *- ing Machine* repaired eupnllin lor all Ma- O.llncB. N. 1>. LAMOUH.UX, Mnulo DeUor. Third utroflt, nuurlv opposite Belle, Alton 111. dectlJwly WATCH rOB THE BAHG UN8 IV JOB'S NKW COB. HDILUING. HBNRV -,T., AT MK». O. HKIlKAMf'S, All Jdndi of Fancy, Hand nnide, Knit and Oro,011 tgootll, HuodB.Tobugitans and Mils. Men's 8coi''S and fascinators at very low pilcea. Alao JDretaraulring. Italn and Family Savrtan ana Btamplnx D ne. Uome and give UH u cal:. Don't lorget the pace. deifi'lwly -OAtL ATC-M. CrandalPs Crockery Store : FOtl THE Good Cups and Saucers, 80o per set. Good Si-inch . Plates, 30o per set. Meat Dishes, 5o to 50u each. Vegetable Dishes, 5o to 50o each. Pitchers, 5c to 60c each . ' Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass GobK-ts, 20o per set. Fruit StvvK-ors, 15c per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75o each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets. 50u . per set. Vases, 5o to 81 each. Best quality of Triple-plated Kiilvos, 1.50 et. Triple, Plated Forks, $1.50 per set- ANKOCNCEKKNT. Wn autliotUo'l t« announce A DO I. I'll IN' VBKN av a candidate lor A»senaor ut Hio ou- liiK townnhlp I'lnctlDii. ff«i are uiiliorlzwl to nnnnunoo JOHN I'. UHS ut n uu&utdtttu lor TownvUlp Culloo- L(or. WootJeu TuenUny, April «)J. \l !'"\ HUM I'-l I- K«"H . MONDAY ICVB., MAKCM 7. XOTICfi For {the rear 189T we ihAll ch«rte tin fbl lowing mt«» for tnuultat aotioci In our local coluuuu: JJnxie iDMrtton . . . loc«m». Tliitso to flvn intettlnni, . . 7 blx to twelve iDHirtloni. , . 8 RATES OF AnVKnTi«iNOi t per Inch flrtt in- and TtrRNTlr-FirS oenM p«r Inch toreuch »ulw quent ln»"rtlnn. ?3 per Inch llrat month, fl.SO per Inch each month thuronlter LEGAL AOVKHTI8IVG! $1 per inch for the Ufat Innertltin, and 80 (enta per Inch tor euuli bUbaoquenl Inaertlou. 49* Above rate* will be atilotly adhered to. TUB DAILT TELEQttAPII U delivered by carrier* to all ptirtg o( the city ot Alton and Upper ilton, for ten centi per week. Mailed u> any adOruss at the rate of $8 20 pfr year. THE TKLBOUAPI1 hit* tho largest circulation ol any paper In Alton, and IB tho beat medium for advertlsera. OoRNBIl TltlKU AND 1'IASA STnEBTS. TBLK- I'HONK.NO.at). Coming, In "Mixed Piokles." COUNCIL meeting to-morrow. THE afternoon session of the public i'hools now begins at 1-30 o'clock. HATUEN'S machine shop received today a new grindstone weighing 800 pounds, THE Si. Louis Republican accuses 'he Globe Democrat of buing in tbe pay ol Jay Gould. Many bargains in ull tbinsrs at tb> Globe. 24 ST. Louis is alarmed at tbe spread ol dipbibuna in thut oily. There wmt- nincteen deaths Imit week. weather over head, but the beavy rums have again made tbe cuut-, try roadi Impassable. Now you can't holp but know where is the place to buy Dress Goods, ai Pierson & Carr Dry Goods CVd. It Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Rudershauaen & Sonntag. Third street. dtf THE TELEGRAPH'S "connoisseur'' tried a cup of coffee «t Sutbolti & Detai- ding's today and fouud it superb. TBE latest railroad sensation, in St. Louis, is the transfer of the Sun Fran- oisco road to Gould's control. . You will regret it if you buy before getting our prices at the Assignee's Salt- of the Globe. 2 4 TUERB was quite an improvement in rade today, and our merchants were sept busy by the rush of customers. Century Cloth, Prints', Foulards and Sutteens in newest styles at Pierson, & iarr Dry lioods Uo's. It MB. J. E. Waggoner, of Miles' Station , lust week shipped 2,300 bushels of whaal to the D. H. Sparks Milling A complete line of Winter Goods for Gent's Wear, lately receivedj by H. C. G. Moritz, Third street. 26tf .Doois broke into Mr. Theo. Lehne's chicken house Sunday morning and Killed 25 find Cochin Chinas. Somit- Body's dogs should suffer. A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger'H Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. FIRST or THE SEASON.—Messrs J. J. Hoffman and Son, corner of Second and Alby street*, received, this morning, a Itirgft consignment of gasoline stoves, tbe favorite "Quick Mcitl, 1 ' which they hivo now ready for sale itt the lowost market rates. Collars, Cuffs and Luce Goods in new designs, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goodr> Co's. It AN important hj'l was introduced into the Illinois Senate, Friday, by Senator Soiubworth changing the mode of special assobsments for improvements, making tbe asHessraont on the value of the property and not on tbu number ol faoi froniHgo. REPAIIIS NKKDKD.— l^iuiy between Ttnriui.Miih and streets, wan left in an almost condition by ihe late rums, A ruviiiu dliiiut two feet deep was vra-huj nut in thu middle of the roadway Ju-t •>mth of Fourteenth street, leaving hut a narrow passageway, with a pruoipltouN gully on the oast side. On fourteenth street, went of Lungdun, the culvert caved in making u deep opunlng, with scarcely room (or a vehicle to puss, Scrim in new patterns, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods (Jo's. It Coal. Buy your Hard and Soft Coal of H, 1,, Winter and got the best. Uflluo at Mook's Pharmacy, Thir.1 street, and In JnhU nttw block, corner Second and Ilunry sis. Tulo. hones N >V 21 anil 64. <i7iu N .« O I .. \t ii-ii N x \Vr-ln -ii ,j . Do not fall to tee the parade Ot the Gold Band. '.-.'' Seats at Chamberlain**. 1'K\ I FREE CorviB—Ohase & 9anborn, of Boston, hare inaugurated a ''Coffee Festival" at Seloold & Deterding's, where all, especially the ladles, will be served for n day or two, wllb. a cup ot thu lineal cuffue ever drank. The unexcelled Sterling Organs, thu celebrated Uebning and Ivitrs & Pond Pianos, for stile by Floss & Rabu; also one second hand organ for sale cheap. 87 SOME of our oldest and most far see* ing merchants express tho opinion thai the extension of the St. Lou t> & Central Illinois road Irom Klsuh to Alton would be of more permanent value lo this cit\ 'ban ov«n the bridging of tbe rivt; liari), and ibn with tn> desire to under- r»ie the Importance of the C'entrni Missouri project. Kavlng resumed operation the Spark Milling Co. will furnish cnsiomcrH witl> their popular "Kleoirio Light" flour dulivered free to all parts of tbe city, mldwlm DKATB OP W. S. JSPKNCE.—A teie- giam lece.wtil this morning by Mr. W. H. Kice, Superintendent of ihu Woolun Mil!, conrevod thu sad intelligence ol i.huduaib, ai his home at Mexico, Mo. f Mr. W. S nilh Spence, aged ab >u '28 yuirs. Mr. Spenoo was connected, as clerk, with the Woolen Mill and was well known to many of ou< itizens as » courieoun, uffablp and fnial gentleman. The funeral win uke place tomorrow morning at Mex- co Money to loan on improved properly. For particulars, applv to WH.1PPI.R& 8MILKY. OUR BOYS.— The pleasing drama, 'Our Boys," will be given soon after Lunt under tbe auspices of Si. A gnes' Guild, with the following cast of characters: Violet MclroBO, Miss Grace Sttille; Mary, Miss Mabel Beers; Belinda, Miss Ida Carnahan; Clarissa, Miss Marie Buckmaslcr. Sir Jeffrey Cbampneys, Charles Muskinaon; Talbot Champneys, Levi D. Yacer; Charles Middlewick, Benj. Harris: Perkin Middlewick, Louis Yager; Podle«, Hurry Slelle: Kempster, Alonzo Topping. Uase Ball. St. Louis and Chicago are to play a series of nine games of bane ball for the championship of tbe world—tbe game- extending over the season, the first three on April 7, 8 and 9, at St. LOHH. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. WiuslowV Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is the prescrption ol me of tbu best female nurses and uhv- ilcians in the United Status, and ha- leen used for forty v«ars with never- failing success by millions of moibur- t'or their children. During the proce^ of teething us value is incalculable, li relieves tbe child from pain, cure.? ilysentery and diarrhosa, griping in tbe oowols, and wind-colic. By eivina iltb to tbe child it rests the moi.hur Price 26c a bottle in Ifi m w a wk MAHKUUK LICENSES. Deputy Clerk Rudertihauaen today ssued a marriage license to: Mr. John Lome and Mrs. Catherine Huff; bote of Alton. College Lecture t'onrie. Do not forget the concern by the Alpine Choir on Wednesday evening, March 9ib, in the College Chapel 7 2 Henry Ward Hoecher. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher wa» nmit« ten on Friday morning with what t was feared was a fatal stroke of apoplexy, and ihe announcement that he was dying WHS sent from Brooklyn throughout the country Saiurduy af'er- noon. At 11 o'clock Saturday night he recovered consciousness,and hopes were entertained of bin recovery, but be toon relapsed into a comatose condition, in which he was still lying at 3 o'clock this morning. Several eminent physicians art* in attendance. Dr. Hammond said Ir.st night:' Mr. Beecher will never conscious again. There is absolute* ly no hope. He may die in two IK.ins and he may lu-ia coup IH of days longer, but death ir. curtain. The paralysis if fin enilui left Hide, is now complete. ililiijr I'ou-en mm. lie lien In it stale of coma, bu*. mffara no pain; or, at least, is con.-ciou-. of norm, Tbe puiie.nl is now muri'lr a broatinng machine. Practically, lie, U a dead man." LATKB Al S o'clock ibis afternoon, a Brooklyn dispatch says: "Henry Ward Ueuoher is still Alive, pulse 110." Almost mirauuloim are some of the on res accomp'i-hud liy the use of AVer's SarHapiinlla. In Ihu oasu of K. I/, King, Richmond, Va., wbo suffurud for 47 years with an aggravated form of otulii, Av ( 'i'' H SarBiipadlla effeulud antonlnlilng rtiMilts. dwlw Now Dial thu spring tradu in opening n the country, bund in your advertise. meals for the Wvukly I'lil- I Hit: qiluiui ui;ti,tii,liial aiini« yertary of the battle of Pea Ridge, fought March 7th anil 8th, 1S62. A full IllQitrated historical retlew of the conflict will be found oa fourth page of this paper. '.....• B1VKU NEWS. The steamer Hudson made her regular trip to st. Loul* yusterday. The City of Alma Is now running regularly in tbu Illinois river trade. Thu heavy rain of Saturday was general and the river is reported rising at all points above. Business on the St. Louis & Central Illinois railroad is rapidly improving since connection was established with the steamer Hudson. The through bills of lading given to any station on the line is proving quite a valuable addU tinn to i bis city's shipping facilities. Thu Spread Eagle and Hudson, for Gnifton.arethc only packets announced for ihu evening. Editor Klulnworth, of the Springriild Presie, formerly of the Allon Ban ner, -pent Sunday here. Bert. McDonaugh, of Chanute, Kan., is visiting his parents in this city, Mr. M. H. Boats went to Springfield this morning. Mr, .1 urncs V. Cooke, business m-ina- ger of Polk's "Mixed Pickles" Co. is in town arranging for the appearance ol his comedy troupe here next .Saturday evening. Mrs. Alice Akin, of Portland Oregon, n visiting her uncle, Mr. James Warren. Mrs. Cuberlie and her daughter, Pearl, of St. Louis, .are tbe guests of Mra. Z li. Parker. Mr. C. W. Copley and wife, neo McCall, of Brighton, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. S. llowell. »i KE\V COON IN TOWS." Mr. Cleveland Insulted by Serenade™. WASINGTON, D. C., March 5.—A party of humor jus citizens hired n brass hand last night and serenaded the President In order 10 show ihcir appreciation of ihu appointment, of Mr. Trotter, a colored uiiiz'n of Boston, as recorder of dued<. The preliminaries of the affair were arranged quietly enough and tho party made no .lemonslration until it announced its presence in front of tbe executive' mansion with . a burst of muaic. "A New Coon in Town" was tho air selected, and the band played this with every conceivable variation, until the xir seemed laden with "A New Coon in Town." "Back and forth in front of the White H"use, they marched for nearly half an hour, when they started down the avenue. Thu theaters were just letting out as the procePsion camu down 16ib street, and a crowd slond to watch it pass. Nobody knew tbe meaning; of the demonstration, but all recognized the air and cheured good naiuredly. All the way down to ihu capitol the band proceeded playing, without a single stoi. orur and over tbe air, which is supposed to bo sugeei-tive of Mr. Trotter, unlil I hey stopped from slitter exhau.-tion and dispersed. After the whole thing was over there was H»roe, indignation at what was te.rn d an insult to tbe President, but tbu feeling did not seem to be verj strong, arid it was generally regarded "8 a practical j'lltp, of considerable significance.. iitooBoUerlilE'Co PRICE LIST: BUI. LaBelle, • • • $4,75 Fairy, • - - • 4,50 Diamond Light, - 4-00 Fancy, • - • 3.50 "UPPER ALTON, ILLS, D. B. KITTINGER & CO. Wish tho public to know they aro gelling Goodd at Lowctt (Juflli 1'iluos, Dry Go"rtt,, Oinoorlra, NI..IUHH,of all kinds, '''lour, Nflxony Yum, Fpi-d, Mlk&Umn >UreinH,<'i« v«. Hu-li-ry of an <le Tobtcoo, icrlpiluni, Qutxma mid Tinware. Fresh OyKtoru arid Celery; ItrnnU Bros'. Oiuirtti'H unit Nnli-; K< Ith's Brcud. D, B, KITIINGER & CO, Murphy'BOld Stand. 28«3rn FBONT SXHKiOl', UKTWKKN ALBT AND KA8TON, . . • I1.I.IN01 PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ll.o iiopuUr favn. lu. far itrwalnj tlio lulr, Ilixwrliitf color wlien ffi'ay, ui.tl ^itivvutlnv l>ondrutf, U cic'a i ilia icalp, ttoft U.o a, mid U iur* la plow. HINDERCORNS. Thowifrvti b'un;ct and tw»*t cur« for (\IIHH, Uimlon*. Ac, feauj-fc- 1 & «mt««(lJ.m«Hl*(* ., l/(»w* 4 Co v M* V. | Press AT We PEEL and KNOW we are offering an assortment of DRESS GOODS never equaled by ns before. STANDARD GOODS of all kind*. NEWEST STYLES and COLORS in MOST RECENT MAKES. BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENIS UP. And all at 2. Pom* n fl Pn & Udlf D. IT. bO, 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. Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard and ."oft Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Bass Burner. They liave no equal. Also HOOKING and OUTTEUINO and JOBBING done MrtHOMM* we-). Cull and ex> mine my atock bofuro purchasing elttwhere. A T ricKycmh'aiTH- 532 Bast Second st, ^Y.vJ. 1-ftJgtJI U let! UL,5 tn door west of Henry GOLD and SILVER SHIRT&, The best for the Money.

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