Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 9, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 9, 1887
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WB iisk you to' "onfufully read* ih s 6uftt'to*--"fcl . J. Bototna Qttftlhr of Shirting print* IB |MU> new stylet are do, n» B. J. ' •• t ABB wkU h«»7t Penaag* In 40 new pattern* at 11. J >U(mrtnan ft Co'«. WK aro showing some very pretty yUm, medium and dark dress satin* kit IS 1*S« peryardi,-H. J. Bowman & Co. AI/TON f)A|LYTJil.Kfliu PH For , the year 1887 we shell charge the following t>*tM for tnmMant notion la our local oolnmtu: . SI-BINO styles ;of those very populai . Century Cloths are now on sale at H. J. Bdwman.4 Co's. toRTt pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & -Go's... ••-.. ....,.....'•.' PALMBK Seersuckers, Tolll Du Norde Dress and Domestic Ginghams In great variety, at H. J. Bowman & (Jo's. ' WE are showing a complete stook 01 Spring Woolens tor dress ijoods,lnciud- ; ing double width Cable Twil Isut 16u ;40 inch cashmere at 26o; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic, make.—H. J. bowman & Co. •JN OCR Silk Department we are show . ing Surahs, Gros Grains and Khadames In every new .and popular shade. In Black Silks we are ' offering some splendid values In Gros Grains, Surahs, Rbadames, Faille Francaiso and Bro- •ades.—U.J. Bowman & Co. .!» VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and frelze/Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets and Plushes in; every shade. Plain antt Striped Velveteens, and new •olors in the popular Dress Corduroys. —H. J. Bowman & Co. : WE CALL special attention to our Black Goods. v 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 & —••• • •••• •--••' , niiMtlons, BATES OF AD Titt»iiM»t.- J p/.F7'r w»t» per inoh first Insertion, onil TfTSKtr-Ftrs cento p«r Inch for each tub* quent insertion. « per Inch dr»t month, 11.50 por InoU eacb month tberenltor LEGAL ADVERTISING: $1 por inoh for the first Intortlon. and 00 cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. tor Above rates will ba sti lotly adhered to. -.. ^ m ,j,, , aj , n fj^.^r Iwir |ho grand sornnada t '-night, ' In front, nf thuppi'rn Him-c Remember the Min.trol Carnival, At the Op*r* flonie to-night, fctneet cart will wait. TUB DAILY TBLEGHAPH Is delivered by carriers to all parts of the city of Alton and tipper alton, for ten cents per week. Mailed *o any address at the rate of $8.20 per year. THE TELEQIUPH has the largest circulation of any paper in Alton, and is the boat medium for advertisers. , . OOHNBB TllIBD AND PlASA 8TRBBTS. T«LS- PHONIC NO. aa. , Aiiorjx 800 Btov<T moulders In St. Louis wunt out on a strike yesterday. Map, Sketch and Drawing Holden's, Second and Henry sts. 8 2 SKCALIA has sold her water works to Quigley & Co., of St. Louis for $100,000. Otobt'Dtmoorat says 'the pros* pectsoj the now Merchants' bridge at St. Loul» ««are growlngirlooniy." The opposition is now taking A hand m the «ght. Novelties in all Dress Goods, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Go's. It TUB Globe-Democrat of this morning says that Capt. Henry Leyhe and Pilot Montgomery, of the Spread Eagle.have made complaint to the steamboat authorities of St. Louis, charging Capi. Ellison and Pilot King, of the steamer Hudson,with.orowding on the course of the Eagle. Having resumed operation the Sparks Milling Co. will furnish customers with their popular "Electric Light" flour at $4.76 per barrel, delivered free to all purls of the city. ml dwlm A Practical JoJ-. f> on n Conltu-cr. _ popttlar.petfori.uer, whose unihe I withhold out of consideration tor his ' THE river is about on a stand today, the late heavy rise having reached ite maximum. Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Rndershausen & Sonntag. Third street. dtf WORKHBX are busy digging for the safe in the ruins of the Topping bnild- mg. Seventy different styles of Writing Tablets, at Holden's,2nd.and Henry sts. 82 IN OUR Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of White Flannel m all Wool and Uomet, also many pretty stylos, Striped Sacque- lags, Tricots and Albatross, in all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. WE ABE prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. We havo retained all .the old favorites and added many new lines. In Fabric and Kid Gloves we show all the popular raake- incltuling plain and embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowman &Co. ME. T. Biggins has started fire in his lime kilns under the bluffs and is ready for the spring trade. A complete hue of Winter Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received^ by H. C. G. Moritz, Third street. 26tf THIS evening's packets are the Calhoun, for Peorla; Bald Eagle, for Clnrksvillej Spread Eaglo and Hudson, for Grafton. TUB Weekly edition of the TELEGRAPH will be issued to.morrow. Notices should be handed in by 9 a. m. to secure insertion. IN OUR Shirt Departmentyou 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. y°. IT AT lYETKra Second streat.near <0 JdLUJji/JBlJX Q, corner ot Henry . -FOB— FINE STATIONER Y. Bbch as Crane's Floral, Whltlnx's Standar t Papers. Uurlbut's French Linens, Eollpsr Ha*ged Edire, Elite Hugged Edge, Balmoral Linen, Griffin'* Linen, Turkey Laid Linen. Pitioli Blow, Mikado., Charred Sdxe, Cream itioi ow, ao., Charred Sdxe, Cream Laid, mourning Notii, and a large asaortinon. ot Illuminated and Oucoratud stationery Oenntaon's Wax and Heals. School Tublet.- sna Stationery. __ _ decfidwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CHEAT FOE GASH ON TIMK PAYMENT- Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired Sewing Machines repaired Supplier lor all Ma•nines. V N. I). LAUOBKUX, NuoloDonler. Third street, nearly opnonlti Belle, Alton 111. deoSdwly WATCH cOB THE BARGAINS IN JOB'S NKIV COB. RD1LUINO, HENRY bT., AT MB». D. HKITKAMF'8, AUktadi o( Fancy, Hand mudo, Knit and Oro- eu tgoods. nood»,Tobug(tuna and Mils. Mon'f Boons and Fascinators at very low price*. Alio Dremmubtng. Plain and Family Bowing ana utamplng Dmo. Oome and give us » call. Don't lorget the place, decflitwly -CALL ATC-M- Crandall's Crockery Store FOU TUB LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 30c por set. Good 8-inch Plates, 80c per set. Meat Dishes, 5o to 50o each. Vegetable Dishes, 5o to 60c each. Pitchers, 5o to 50c each. Half-plnt Table Tumblers, 15e per set, Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, 15o por set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 76o each. Assorted Color Cologne Sots, 50u per sot. Vases, 60 to 81 each. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.60 n ot. Triple Plated Forks, 81.J50 per set- A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. Gov. Btanard has a large force of bricklayers at work, under Mr. Jno. Haley, rebuilding the east wall of his warehouse. • , THE Bald Eagle will tow a sand barge to Mr. Wm. Armstrong's CaU houn county quarries this evening. Mr. Armstrong will also make the trip. THE "Gold Band" oonneeted with Gorton's New Orleans Minstrels paraded the streets today and rendered music worthy the Instruments they use, simply magnificent. The troupe appears at the Opera House this evening. Bushnell's Perfect Letter Copying Book, at Holden's, 2nd and Henry sis. ' 82 MB. M. Simon yesterday set out a row of trees at the north side of Seminary Park, soft maple alternating with Lombardy poplar; the maple for shade the poplar for ornament. Tho trees have been enclosed with boxes. EVERT political party has a right to be heard prior to an election, and no j committee, or faction, has any right to disfranchise or throttle a party by not calling it together in convention lo dreide, in its sovereign capacity, as lo what course is best to pursue. THE Hop Hollow stone quarries are about ready to resume operations under the direo'.ion of Mr. Hough, of Fori Wayne, Ind., a biothor of the late President of the company. The extension of the railroad from Elsah to Alton would be of great importance to this company. DKATH OF OAPT. KEBOUEVAL.— Oapt. F. B. Kercheval, a prominent citizen of St. Joseph, Mo. died suddenly at 3 o'clock this morning, of paralysis, after an illness of only a few hours, aged 70 years. Deceased had for many years been Identified extensively with Missouri river steamboat interests, but at the time of his death was engaged in th o real estate business, His name was known and honored throughout all that section of country. His wife survives him, also throe children: Mrs. T. M. Lone, of this city, Mrs. Thorpe and Mr.,». K. Keroheval,, of St. Joseph. The late Mrs. A. H. Gambrill was his oldest daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Long and children leave for St. Joseph this evening to attend the funeral. Now India Cloths for mourning, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co's. It illxed Pickles. The Opera House was filled, and overfilled, parquette, dress circle and gallery were almost uncomfortable. And it was an audience, too, that came to enjoy itself. It laughed, applauded, and encored, and there was good rea- con for laughter and applause. Mr. J. P. Polk as "Joseph Pickles" was excellent. The whole company was indued .excellent, and strikingly different from most of those we have seen thus far where the leading character submerges all the others in his great- nose. Those who have not seen Mixed Pickles miss one of ihe brightest and moRt laughable comedies on the stage. —ffarlfont Daily Time». At the Opera House Saturday eve March 12. . th« ' a practical Joko whkh is too good to be lost. He wns exhibiting the rrie.k. in which a borrowed hat is torn ttr pieces, placed in a niortar, and fired at the gallery, the moment thfe report is heard the hat is seen suspended from the proscenium arch, and not until couuu'aud'ed by tho performer does , it Jail, nud is caught by him. Of course the borrowed hat is exchanged for one belonging to tho performer, and while tliis is being torn up, tho original is hastily attacked to h string lending from the uppor -proscenium box, or from the top .round of a high ladder standing Inside the wings, theuc-o through a hole In the proswmlum arch, to an assistant who is stationed thofo. At the proper inoutent the hat is thrown from the box or the ladder top, uud rapidly hauled to Its place, aftvr which all that remains to be done Is to cut tho string and lot it drop. On tho occasion' referred, to, the performer having had Home words with his assistant, that gentleman dotcrminnd to "get oven." That night, at the clos« ot the trick, when the professor triumphantly pointed his finger above and was about to remark, as wa« his nightly custom, "We saw tho fragments of tho hat wrapped up and. placed In the mortal;; behold now the re-appearance of the hat," his oye caught sight of a distressed-looking white hat dangling in the place of the gorgpous borrowed black one, his wretched joke froze on his lips, iind he bent an ignominious retreat — •Ilarpcr'a Young People. We FEEL and KNOW we are offing an assortment of . •''•' : '"'.-"^^-: PEKSONAL. The New Orleans Minstrels are at the Hotel Madison. Very,Ix)tie: Walts. A pause of n week in an interesting story—c-pwially when the words, "To be continued in our upst," como in the middle of a thrilling incident—is a"- gravuting, but even (his one becomes uncustomed to in time. Such pannes, however, art a year and six-years arc really too long for mortal endurance. A story is told of a man of a very silent disposition who. 'driving in his gig ovor a bridges, turned about and naked bis servant if'he liked e^gs. The man replied, "Yes, sir. 7 ' Nothing more Was said on the subject till the following yew, when, driving over the same bridge again, the matter suddenly turned again to big servant and said, "How?" to which the man promptly responded, "Poached, sir." This, however, as an Instance of long intermission of discourse, sinks into insignificance beside an anecdote of a minister of Campsie, near Glasgow. It is tvlnlod that the worthy pastor, one Archibald Denuiston, was deprived of his ministerial office in 1655, and not replaced till after thu Restoration. Ho had, before leaving his charge, begun a discourse, and finished the first head. At his return In 1661 he took up the second division of his interrupted sermon, calmly introducing it with the remark that "the times were altered, but the doctrines of thu Goupul wuro always tho sumo." never equaled by us before. STANDARD GKK)DS of all kinds NEWEST STILES and COLOKS in MOST RECENT MAKES. 'S; BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS UP. And all at Piersi Harr D. 11 Mixed The Mixed Pickles funniest Pickles Saturday of Saturday night. all night. S&* •- Comedies. Now Spring Jackets just in today, at Piercon & Carr Dry Uoods Co's. It Beal Estate and Innuranco. The undersigned has opened a real estate and insurance office m his new building on Second,between George and Langdon streets. He has a large amount of valuable property in his bands for sale, and represents a full line of first class insurance companies. All business intrusted to his hands will reoeiye close attention. A specialty made of the collection of rents. 93 C. A. SCHLEUTES. ANNOUNCEMENT. We authorised t. announce ADOU'Il IN VKKW at a candidate lor Autoaior at the en- •ulrcr township election. W« are aulhorlsud to announce JOHN P. MUaS as a candidate for Township tor. BlwtiOB TnNday, April Mb. Tns civilization of the ago demands gotd roads. Madison county farmers should insist upon having the board of supervisors plan for the building of hard roads, some each year, until the roads of the entire county aro good It may be a long, slow job, but it will pay the biggest kind of dividends both in money and comfort. Tho unexcelled sterling Organs, the celebrated Helming and Ivers & Pond 1'ianoa, for sale by Floss & Rube; also one second band organ for sale cheap. _ _ 8 7 THE inline loving scissors grlndei was so interested In ihe dulcet strains of the gold band today that hu became overwhelmed with enthusiasm and sat down on his machine with suob forcn as to almost demolish it. "I'y dog on," be remarked with emphasis, '•it'll co*t nie five or seven dollar to mend dot." The scene was taoro ludicrous to the »p«utaior4 than to the actor hlmsnlf. Money to loan on improved property. For particulars, apply to BATTLE OF THE IKON CLADM. This being the quarter centennial anniversary of the great naval battle between the Monitor and the Merrirnao fought March 9, 1863, we publish an historical sketch today of that great conttiot which revolutionized modern naval warfare. Gossip such naiii America would disgrace the servants' hall fills the air O f English drawing-rooms and posses between hunters us they canter side by side. OIK; story, which may lill a court-room very soou, pictures 'a mini looked tip to by England's millions kneeling nt the foot of a mnn whom he had wronged and bogging forgiveness. Another has this same man's 19-ycur- old son involved in n disgraceful'in- trigue with the young wife of mi old man who hns Uxm Ins fri v ml. Still a third story claims sixain! attrition from the fact that, eight uo-ivsponduuts arc to figure in the (iase. Another case, which would Imvo jmrtioularly concerned Aniericnns, has boon" coin- pi-omiso<l with the greatest difliculty. READY-MIXED PAINT, while and colors. PAINT GROUND THICK, in white and colors to be thinned wilh oil. v WHITE LEAD, OILS and COLORS. "S~ ALABASTINE, WHITING, andGLUE. Marsh's Drag Store. WHIFFLE A SMILKlf. appl MI Adrlce to Mothers. Mrs. Wiaslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is the presorption of one of tho best female'nurses and physicians in tho United States, and has boon used for forty years with never- tailing success by millions of mothers lor their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It relieves tho child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoaa, griping in the Dowels, and wind-colic. By giving hi'ulih to tho child it rests the mother Price 26o a bottle. ia 1A m w s wk ADJUSTED.—B. T. Wise, adjuster of I'lioonix ot Brooklyn, this afternoon adjusted the loss on Geo. L. Glussuren- ner's house, at North Alton, damaged »y fire yesterday. Tho amount was *2C3 76. Quick work. Rudershansen & bontitug, Annul*, Kobinsou's opera House. The Ktiw Orleans Minotrels that gave their first performance In thin city yesterday, gave a surprisingly good per- mrmauce. Tbo performance was a Burprise, became it was supposed that all the first ola»s minstrel organization* had been seeu here, but It Is now certain tliat at leust onu has heretofore failed lo visit us, They fsirly astonished tbu luiuieiinu audiences that tilled Kooln* S'lii's Opera Huuno to overflowing by ihu cxo'-ileni-e of their puiforuatice.— Omonnoft Times Star. The "basket sociable," popular in Texas, is described as follows: "Each young lady Is to provide a handsome basket containing lunch for two. Those baskets will bo fur sale to the gentlemen present, and each purchaser will be entitled to the privilege of entertaining for the evening tho lady whose iinini.' lie will find in thn basket-'" Tim New Orleans Wwyune regards this ris a dandy scheme. 7t given t4ie girl a cbam'o to ant part of Ihe contents Of her own basket, with a young man thrown in. The young ineu Iind that the homeliest girls always have the best lunch, and that sort of ovens up thiugo: Ex-Gov. Curtiu tolls the story of tho recovery of his eyesight, us follows: "I wont to the oculUt absolutely skeptical. He looked at my oyo and Hiiid he eould ciiru it. I was going to Boston the next day to attend the merchants' dinner, and I thought I would like to go seeing, if pocHiule, So, when ho asked when ho could perform tho operation, I said: 'Now, at once; might just, as well have done with It.' " Hu deadened my eye with coonlno. Ho took an instrument. He made one skillful cut with it. He tilled uiy oyo with blood. It was all over in a mhiute. He said: "There, governor, go homo and go to btM, and in tho morning you will nee M well as anybody.' And, mire enough, I did." Coal. flny your Hard and Soft Coal of H. L. Winter and get tho best. Oftloo at Mook'n Pharmacy, Thirl street, and in Job's now blook, corner Second and Henry sts. Telephones No's. SI and M. <(7m fThf» Largest and Most Com plete Assortment of Hard and Soft Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves _.___,. EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner, 532 ,, ndoor west of Henry GOLD and SHIRTS, The best for the Money. Wanted- ,. und mate nulurv wimtuii. BUJAN A i;a, Mnuufucturui-H, S9i U«OTK« It., OluulnnHtl, U fl.fleeu

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