Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 8, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, March 8, 1887
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WBjwk yquj»- : carefully read thjs U . J. Bowtuau A'CO. ' BM* quality of Shirting prints In fMtty new etylw are fio, at- H, .J. JSowmsn A Co'i. ' < Tint) wide heavy Penangs in 40 h«w patterns, at H. J. Bo*ma,n St CoM, WK are showing some very pretty ylev medium and dark dreis satins »t IS l*So per yard,— H. J, Bowman A Co. •• • ' • •• '-ALTON ,_ ., TUESDAY EVJS., MARCH 8. Single innrtlon , . Three to fire tnierttoni. Six to twelve te»ertioni, , SPUING stylos of those very popular Century Cloths are now on sale at H; J. Bowman.4 Co's. -; FOBTT pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & CO'B. ':' ..'. •'•'•- •- '• i • ''-. P ALMKfc Seersuckers, Toll! Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams in great .variety, at H. 4. Bowman & Uo's. WE arc showing a complete stock oi SpringWoolen a lor dress uoods,includ- ing double wJdth'Cable Twll Is at 16o ;40 • 'inch cashmere Tat 26c; also Novelty , 'Fabrics 01 both foreign and .domestic ; '..make. —H. J. Upwman & Co.•;' • ••' >t'';,l l' r . -. •'• : , .,.'...'"',., ..'> • ;. IN.OOU Silk Department we are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Rhadames in every, new and popular shade.' In ," Black Silks' we are offering some splendid values in Grps Grains, Surahs, Rhadames, Faille Franoaise and Brocades.— H.J..Bowman & Co. ;/ ' ' ; , ;!N VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and Frolze Novelties, Plain tiilk ^Velvets' A»nd Hushes m every shade. Flam and Striped Velveteens,; and new oolors in the popular Dress Corduroys. —<il. J. Bowman & Co.', ". . .,',;; .-WE CALL '^speoial attention to our Black Goods. Large additions have been made to this Department during . the'last twoweeks and we are prepared to show every real good, standard fabric and many novelties.—H. J. Bowman & Co. ,.-.'.V">.--.•-^".'' For the year 18*7 we shall charge thefoi. lowing rate* for transient notloei in our local columns; ftrUat. lOoenu. 1 " - B '* BATESOF cents p«r Inch flrtt Insertion, and nTeifTr-^rs o*nt« per Inch foreaeh eubii quaut Insertion, |8 per inch first mouth, $1.00 per Inch each Month thereafter LJCGAI, ADVK11TI8ING: |1 per Inch for the first Insertion, and Bo cents per inoh for each subveqaenl Insertion. W Above rates will be strictly adhered to. Opera House, Saturday night, Polk, la Mixed Pickle*. Do not fail to see Mixed: THE DAILY TBLEQttAPU Is delivered by carriers to all parts of the city of Alton and Upper Alton, for ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at tbe rate of |5.20 per year. TUB TELEGRAPH bus the largest circulation of any paper in Alton, and is the best medium for advertisers. • OORRKB TU1BD AIH> PUSA STBBBTS. TKLB- fHONIC.NO.8B. ., • . Tomorrow night, The minstrel carnival. Tomorrow the gold band parade. Popular prices, 35, 60. 76o. • Seats at Chamberlain's. ; Many bargains in all things at the Globe; A , 24 - THE Plow Works are so rushed by business that it is necessary to work over time. Map, Sketch and Drawing Holden's, Second and Henry sts. 8 2 Money to loan ^on- improved real estate:/-'Apply-' to Rndershausen & Spnntag. Third street. dtf ,; Mr. & F. Connor is repainting his popular store in handsome and attrao tivestyle. • -.;<••••• AoKoK»~The trustee* of Alton Lodge No. 910, K. of H. have have^reoeived a warrant for $2,000 to be paid to the heirs of the late B. W. Harris, a member of the order, This It prompt action as it has been but four weeks since the papers were sent to the Supremo Officers. Our Hosiery is now complete. Every* body can be accommodated.—Haagen & Fuess Dry Goods <Jo. it THB March Dumber of Babyhood contains an exhaustive article on "The Feeding of Older Infants and Young Children," by Dr. L. B. Holt, physician to the New York Infant Asylum. Several valuable diet lists for children in health and disease are given. Among the other important articles in this number are one on "The Adulteration ef Broad," by Dr. Cyrus Edson, and one on •• The Child's Bath in Health and Illness," by Dr. L. M. Yale, the medical editor. The department- of "Baby's Wardrobe," "Mother's Parliament," "Nursery Problems," etc., are, as usual, interesting and varied. 16c a number; $1.60a year. Babyhood Pub. llshing C»., 6 Beekman street, New York. IN OUR 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 OUB Shirt Departmentypu can find a real good white .shirt for 60o and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirts •and all sizes in Boys' Laurel Shirt Waists.—H; J. Bowman &Co. Seventy different styles of Writing Tabl«U, at Ho)den's,3nd and Henry sts. ••--• ' -- - • HOLDEN'S l corner ol Henry JFINE STATfONEBY, Buolios Crane's Floral. Whiting's Standard Papers. Hnrlbut's French Linens, Kollpai- Itanr«ed Edee, Elite Ragged Edge, Balmoral Linen, Qriffln's Unon. Turkey Laid Linen. J'Hdoh Blow, Mikado, Oharrod Bd«e, Oraam Laid. Mourning Notu, and a large assortment ot Illuminated and Ducoratud Htatlonory Dcnnlson's Wax and Seals. School Tablotr and Stationery. - deeBdwly THB great New Orleans Minstrel troupe will be here tomorrow. Watch for the parade of the gold band. Cur Engineer Long had a party of workmen promptly engaged today repairing the washouts on Fourteenth and Langdon streets. A complete line of Winter Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received, by H. C. G. Moritz, Third street. 26tf COL. Hayward, of the Central Missonri, is still in NewTork, and reports to the St. Louis office that the work of the Executive committee is progressing slowly but satisfactorily. THE Missouri Senate yesterday passed the joint committee railroad bill—18 to 18 j which prompts the following pwan from the Republican: "Grand Old Missouri! Poor Old Gould-Democrat I" Bushnell's Perfect Letter Copying Book, at Holden's, 2nd and Henry sis. 83 PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! OilBAF FOB OASH ON TIMS PAYMENT- Pianos and Organs hined and'repaired 8bw- tng Machines repaired Bundles tor all Machines. N. I). LAMOREUX, Mnalo Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. (JecMwly WATCH I OB THB BARGAINS IN JOB'S NKW COB. BUILDING, HENBY 8T,, AT MB». 0. BBirKAMP'S, Atl kinds of Fancy, Hand made, Knit andOro- en tgoods, Hoods,Tobaggana and Ults. Men'a Soaris and Fascinator* at very low prtoes. Alao Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sewing and Stamping Done. Game and glvonsn call. Don't torget tbe place, decOdwly -CALL AT- 0-M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOK THB LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 3Qc per sot. GoodS-inoh Plates, 30o per dot. Meat Dishes, So to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5o to 50c each. Pitchers, 5c to 60c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15o per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, 15o por set. Fruit Dishes, 5o to 75o each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets. 50c por sot. Vasts, 5c to $1 each. Best quality of Triplo-platod Knives, 1.50n at. Triple Plated Forks, $1.60 por set- AMMOUHOEMBMT, We authorUod t« announce ADOU>n IN- VJCEN u « candidate for Afisensor at the on- iulng township election. We are ftuthorlied to announce JOHN 1'. V4UH.V M H candidate tor Township Collector, llettlon TuMdny, April Bib. ADJUSTED—Tke lost on Stanard's mill by the fire on Second street has been adjusted. Gov. Stanard wa« awarded $940 damages on building, and $674 loss on flour. THE line ....'•. "The ploughman homeward plods his weary way," has been grammatically transposed 252 ways,add, it is asserted, that not another change can be made. A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neiningor'a Fig and Magno- lia'ure the best cigars in the market. THE St. Louis Merchants' bridge company is finding hard times to start with. The Bepubhcan says: A Fcore of Main street merchants and property owners appeared before tht» railroad committee of the council yesterday afternoon for the purpose of protesting against.the bill of the Merchants' bridge company giving tbe right to construct tracks on Mam utroet from Plum to Salisbury. THE Dernoerat suggests that tbe chairman of the Board of Trade should call on the officials of the St. Louis and Central Illinois railroad, with reference to the extension of that road to this city. Tbe advice Is good but a little late, as Dr. MoKmney, the chairman referred to, has already made three calls on tbo officials wit* referenon to the extension. Having resumed operation the Sparks Milling Co. will furnish customers with their popular "Electric Light" flour delivered free to all parts of the city. ml dwlm ARM BUOKEN.—A young man named Everett, living In Upper Alton, was thrown from his buggy this morning by bis horse running away and had his arm broken. The accident look place near Mr. Herb's store. Or. Lemon was telephoned tor and set tbe limb and then took the sufferer homo. The horse was stopped before reaching the top of the hill. Coal. Buy your Hard and Soft Coal of H. L. Winter and got the bent. Oflloo at Mook's Pharmacy, Third street, and in Job's now block, corner Second and Henry aU. Telephone* No's. 21 and 64, augU d7m We have a nice assortment of aprons. —Haagen & Fuess Dry Goods Co. It The unexcelled Sterling Organs, the celebrated Behniiig and Ivors & Pond Pianos, for sale by Floss & Rabe; also one second hand organ for sale cheap, _____ 3 7 TUB importance of selecting a pro. gressive, public-spirited Mayor and City Council at the April election cannot be over-estimatea. This city is, to all appearance, entering upon a new and more prosperous era in its history. It certainly is if our citizens have the enterprise to improve the opportnuities opening before them. But without the right men m positions of public trust, to direct the proper utilization of opportunities offered there can be nothing accomplished. The most practicable way of bringing good men into the iield is to utilize the machinery of party politics for that end. This has not been done here for many years. The prosperity and growth of the city have been placed at the mercy of scrub races, and the result is a harvest of incompctency and irresponsibility in high places. There will be no improvement in our officials under tbe present independent eyatem. It will be no worse, probably, because the limit of uselessneus has been reached. A. governmentof parties, where responsibility attaches to an organization, is always better than a government of mdividuala responsible to no one,—and ruled simply by personal caprice or selfish interest. At Masonic Temple Gorton's Original New Orleans Minstrels appeared to a packed house last night. This organization contains among its members some of tbe best minstrel talent in tbe country. Tbe songs, sketches and Dpecialiy acts are admirab}y given, and ibu jokes possess the merit of a considerable degree of freshness. The minstrels will continue as the attraction through tbe week.—Daily News, Baltimore, Sept. 8,1886 today MlBlUAUB UCKKSES. Deputy Clerk Rudcrsh&nson issued a marriage license to: Mr. Henry Jt Flammert and Miss Gertrude H. Weoker, both -of Chou« teau. Cm C'lDNOIlf, f The regular meeting of the Council took plao* today, Mayor,' Coppinger, Deputy Clerk (too. F. MoNultT and ft /nil board present except AkUrfflan Meyers. . ' The petition of the St. Louis and Central Illinois R. R. Co. for the prlyi. l«Re of erecting a warehouse on the levee, between the Eagle Packet .ware* house and the Olarksville Packet Warehouse, 80 feet below the Clarksvilie house and 78 feet above the Eagle house was read and considered. Capt. Q. W. Hill, agent for the Eagle Packet Co; by permission, made a statement with reference to the petition, explaining that to grant the privilege of a warehouse between the two already on the levee would be an obstruction to river business IB general. The speaker did not oppose the project, only as to the point in question. Mr. H. C. Tatum, agont for the St.-, Louis and Central Illinois" H.. R.,! by permission, also made a statement, claiming that on account of lack of facilities at other points, caused by low water and other causes, the location petitioned .for was the best for their purpose. • •. • After remarks by Aldormen Curdie, Pates, Thornton and Bruch a vote was taken on Mr. Thornton's amendment, referring the petition to the Levee committee and Engineer with power to act. The amendment was lost. The petition was then granted.. The petition of St. Patrick's church for the free use of City Hall; for a lecture, March 17th, was granted. The petition of 8. Hageretal., for an appropriation to aid in paying for articles setting forth Alton's busmeis advantages in the St. Louis papers was referred to the Printing committee. Tbe petition to McAdamize Sixteenth street, between Market and Belle, was referred to Street and Alley committee with power to act. Petitions for sidewalks and crossing! in various places were referred to the proper committees. Alderman Sissinger Intimated that a number of "electioneering improvements" were agitated. The report of the City Engineer was ordered printed in the proceedings. The resignation of Alderman Brucb, ta take effect April 21st, was read and accepted, he intending to move out of the ward he now represents. The communication of the Union Fire Alarm Qo., of New York, was referred to the Fire Department committee, after an illustrative explana* tion by the agent: New .Percales, new Foulards, new Penangs, new Century Cloth at Pierson 4 Carr Dry Goods Co's. it PEKSUNAL. Mr. T. G. Coffy, oi Piasa, a former Altonian, was in town today. We FEEL and ENOW we are oaring an assortment of ; TI DRESS GOO never equaled by us before. 6001)8 bf ill Mnds ' "' ' '' ' BLACK WOODS CHEAPlBtt and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SIS6HE WIDTE GOODS of all Bnds FROM TEN CENTS CP. And all at Just received a new line of Jerseys at low figure*.— Haagea & Fuess Dry Goods Co. it FIRE AT KOfiTU ALTON. About 9 o'clock this morning the roof of Mr. Geo. L. Glassbrenner's residence a one story brick house, at North Alton, was found to be ablaze. The alarm was instantly given and the work of removing the household goods and furuiture commenced. This was successfully accomplished, some articles being damaged by the flames and m the hurry of removal. The North Alton Fire Company were on Rand in good tlmp, with their ladders and bucket*, and worked so faithfully and effectually that the building, with tbe exception of the roof and Us supports, was saved. The place was insured with Rudorshauuen & Sonmag, in tbe Pbonlx, of Brooklyn Tbo loss Is estimated at about f 300. The flames originated from falling sparks. Our Dross Goods and Buttons are all the go.—Pierson * Oarr Dry Goods Co. U College Leotare Course. Do not forget tbe concert by tbe Alpine Choir on_Wednesday evening, March 9tb, In thiT College Clmpel 7 2 Money to loan on improved form properly. For particulars, apply to WHIPPLE 6V SMILEY, THE dashing light comedian; Mr. J. B. Polk, appeared at the Lei and, last night, in Dr. Sayrc-s amusing comedy "Mixed Pickles." There was a large audience present to give Mr. Polk and his company a warm greeting. The pluy has been seen here before, but n,ever to such excellent advantage as on lust evening. The plot develops Ike mischievous action of Josnph Pickles who impersonates bis brother Rev. Arthur Pickles, and involves that grave and sedate jnaividual in no end of trouble, which creates any amount of fun. Tbe ludicrous situations cause a stream of laughter at the very start, which gradually grows into a Hood and ends in a roaring torrent. It is a charming and very natural performance, bubbling with fun from first to, last. The cast; strong and evenly balanced,* presents tbe comedy in an exceedingly clever manner.. It will be repeated this evening.—Albany Press & Knickerbocker, Deo. 14, 1886. READY-MIXED PAINT, white atTd-jdidrs. PAINT GROUND THICK, in white^ntl colors, to be thinned wjtlitJil. WHITE LEAD, OILSand COLORS^ " ALABASTINE, WHITING, IrtdlSLUE, Marsh's Drug Store, 'The Largest and Most Com* plete Assortment of Hard and Soft Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves _ EVEB BROUGHT TO ALTON. Tie Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Biirner, 532 East Second st, ,5thdoor west of Henry A J r /-v. J . l- IF the Judges of elections would take occasion at the close of the count to see' that the number of votes received by each candidate is marked on a ticket : and attached to tbo outside of the ballot box for the information of the public, they would greatly facilitate matters and relieve newspaper men and others of considerable trouble. As the case is now the boxos and sealed ballots are returned to the clerk and no one has a rigbt to open them until the succeeding meeting of the Council. Hence any person wishing to ascertain the result of tbe election is compelled to skirmish around among tbo Judges and Clerks. This could be largely obviated by a little work in the way mentioned. Wretohod, Indeoit, Are those whom a confirmed tendency to blliounnc88,»ul)Joot to the various and ehnngi • tul symptoms Indicative ot liver ontujilulnt, Nuu«*a, etok hondaohe, constipation, furred tongue, an unpleasant breath, a dull or sharp pain in the neighborhood oi the affeceed organ, impurity oi the blood and losj ot appo- tito, elgnullzo It us one of the most dletroaic ing, an It la onoot the most common, of mat- adloi. There!», however, u benign specific tor tlin dlseiuo and all It* unploaiant manifestations. It U the concurrent testimony ot the public and th« raeilloal profoialon, that Hoiunter'H Stomncli Hitters l» a madlolnii which BculovM results speiidlly fnlt, thorough nnd bi'iilgn. Ilvvlileii rectifying liver illBorilm-, It Invluornti'B tlia fmmle, couqum> kidney ami bladder complaints mid huotoiiH the oiiiivaleiO' nee o( thoiiu recovering troin enfeebling dUeaiioa Moreover, It I) Die gmnd specific for fever and ague. GOLD and The best for the Money.

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