Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 10, 1887 · Page 3
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We ;.pk you to. carefully rend"'tita oli.iu i.—11. J. Bowman & Co. ? i fijtrr qniltf? of Wdrttog Prints in rttiy B6W MyieiJ ftrfl &,;'i£'B. J. Bowman & Oo'*i; '•_• •••:;: / YARD wide heavy PenanR*-in « new patterns, at H. J. Bowman 'A Co 1 *. WB ara ihnwit)# tome very pretty rtylex, medium and dark drew satins '*t IB l-2e per yard.—H, J. Bowman * Co. tm(tta« Tear lot Vrt ihau obargc the following rat«* lor transient ootkM in our local colmnuo: , t • «.<•.:.;. :•','•,'••• - '• SPIUMQ itylee of those very popular Century Cloths are now on sale at H. J. Bowmnn & Co*a. FOKTT pieces Crinkled Heeranokeri In choicest patterns, at H, J. Bowman tfe Go's. ' PAI.MKB Seersuckers, Toll! Du Nords Drcsa and Domestic Ginghams in great variety; at H. J. Bowman & CO'B. . ^ . . . , , WE, are>bowing a complete Block of Spring Woolens for dress goods,Inclnd- ing double width Cable Twills at 16o;40 inch cashmere at 26c; also Novelty Fabric* of both foreign and domestic make.—H. J. Bowman & Co. IN OUR Silk Department we are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Khadames in every new and popular shade. In Black' Silks we are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Rbddames, Faille Franoaue and Brocades.—U. J. Bowman & Co. In ViLVETfl we are prepared to show Stripes and Frciae Noveltie*, Flam SJlk Velvets and Plashes in every shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new •olors in tho popular Dross Cordoroys. —il. J. Bowman & Co. \ WK CALL special attention to our Black Goods. 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 & Co. 'r^« **Ttj xzlMrtiOIU. ' • • . , to twelve Insertions, . , HATES OP ADVERTISING: TKAantoi!T,—<F/F TT o«nt» p« Inoh flrtt In- *»Htoti; and TtrBHTr-JflVS cent* p«r Inch for «aoh »ubw qnent Insertion. IS par Inch flrtt month, |l.go p«r Inch each month thereafter. . LEGAL ADVfiKTlSINa: »1 pet Inch lor the flrsis insertion, and Bo cents per Inch for each ratMequtul Insertion. *9- Abore rate* will b* §tilwl> adhered «o. l bfi » rfl no rtmowblftnce to tho tto nnii vnrlntv abmirclltlos wliloh nave for somo time pnn-eA current and Satirical ^ —vi••- «M«ir*7 Aotff* and O n * qonfinupuii Lsugh. entitled PIOELE8, owlnx Tali Supported by the tollowlnn'TSented Artirti TUB DAILY TELBQBAPU It delivered by carrier* to all putts of thooltyot Alton and Upper Alton, for ten cents per week. Mailed to any addrow at the rate ol |8.20 per year. THE TELEGRAPH has the largest circulation ol any paper in Alton, and Is tho belt medium for advertisers. OOIUJBB THIRD AMD PIASA STBBBTS. TBMh PHOBIC flo.aa. TM* Tonng People's Lyceum meets at the M. K. ehnrch tomorrow evening. CONCKBT—The Evangelical Sunday Nbhool will give a concert at the church Sunday evening. •' ;1THK report of the condition of the Alton National Bank, at close of busi. ness March 4th, appears in this paper. Just Keceived and for Sale—A oar load of Northern Seed Oats.—C. A. Herb. 10 3 nrown.... Fanny 'Jenuam House, Inclined to the Sfinuwr. nlftB n ».. ...... Mist Finny L, Burt. Inclined to be married. 8ll§1e .................... Mm Nannie Cotter. »..._ TI Inclined to b* n*rt. Hiram Brown .............. MT. Alex. Vincent, n , Inclined to be faot Deacon Jordan . ....... ur, M.lton Balntord. _. .„. Incline* to bo moan. Rer. Arthur Pickle ...... Mr. J, W Parker. i . . ». %. Inclined to be good. Joseph Flskln. ............ ....Mr. J.B. Polk. Inclined to ujlpotilef. BYHOI'Blg. n Aot . I ~. u !S me ln Northampton. Return from Btt c?«iAQmet8mokf. Preparing to Pickle. nA «I'-Thn Dominie's Study. The Bosru« Dispatch. Jo« makes Hiram repent and take '•}* J>"dge . "Llntenorn nerer he*r any good of thomteUoi!. Picklen Getting Mixed. Act lit- The Spider and tho Ply. Tli»Blope- nient. Mnlgglni on the wings of love. The Kfl r3 re i ntloi L* ot « h » Plnk M*«k. Mixed Pickles. DurinK the second act, Mlas Julia A. Polk wlll.slng an It nil an wallE cong. : Opera House, Saturday, March 12. 26, 36, 60, 76c. Seats at Chamberlain's PKUSOJUL. IK OCR flannel Department ran be found every quality and width of White Flannel in all Wool and Domet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacque- Ings, Tncots and Albatross, in all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. We ABC 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. IK CUE Shirt Department you can find a real good white shirt for 60o and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, &ao pleated Dress shirts, Night shirt* and all .sizes in Boys' Laurel Shirt Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. TMK east wall of tht Stanard mill warehouse Is being rapidly rebuilt, the flrst story of brick, the second story of corrugated iron. J Call at Cl M. Cwndall's Crockery Store for the beat Electric Lamp made, •nd the lowest Prices. 10 d2 wl Money to loan on improved real "State. Apply to Rnderahansen & Sonntag. Third street. dtf OH* of our leading and most successful business men laid this morning that :he outlook for Alton was never as uright as it is today. A complete line of Winter Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received, by H. C. (r. Moritz, Third street, 26tf NIMHODS EBTOBN—Messrs. Louis and Ed. Yager and Charlm Perrin returned in a fikiff, yesterday afternoon, from a hunting trip up the Illinois river. They killed 60 ducks. 6. A. R. A special meeting of Alton Post No. 441, G. A. It., will be held next Mon« day eve., at their hall. A full attendance requested. Important business. Per order C. A. HERB. 108 Commander. For Seed. Just received a car load of Michigan early Rose and a car load of Michigan Peerless potatoes; also a car load of choice Iowa seed Oats. H. I. Dresler & Co. Short Street. dw 2t. UO ITfiTTVPWQ Second itreet.near fO a\tlil)£tjH Oi ' ' i comer oi Henry " ' FINE STATfONERY, Such at Orane'i Flora', Whitlna'a Standard Papers. Hnrlbut's Irene!) Linens, Eclipse UpXged Edore, Elite Bagged Edge. Balmoral Dnen,. Gnfflo's Linen, Turkey Laid Linen, Pv>>ob Blow, Mikado, Charred Edge, Cream Lain. Uournlne Note, and a largo asiunmont ot Illuminated and Ducorated Stationery. Dennlson'g Wax and Seals. School Tablet* •jadJtRtJonery. __ decedwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CHEAP FOU OABU ON TIUB PAYMENTS Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired 8*w- Inu Machines rapulrod Supnlios for all Machines. N. I>. LAMOBKUX, Mnslo Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite •Belle. Alton III. decgdwly WATCH «O« THE BARGAINS IV JOB'S NKW COB. nCILDINO, HENRY ST., AT MBS. D. HEITKAMP'8, Ail kinds of Fancy, Hand ratide, Knit and Oro•n tgood*. Hoo^s.Tobaggans and Mils. Men'i- Beam and Pasolnatbri at very low prices. Aluo DrCMmoklng. Plain and Family Sewing ana Utamplng Dine. Come and give MB call. Don't lorget the place. dectdwly -CALL ATC-M. Orandall's Crockery Store ro» THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 30o per set. I Good 8 -inch Plates, 30c per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. ; Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. < Pitchers, 56 to 50c each . Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, IScperset. Fruit Dishes, 5o to 75o each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets, 50c per set. Vases, 60 to 81 each. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, l.SOoer set. Triple Plated Forks, $1.60 per set BOOKS FREE. Thrilling Detective Stories, H»me Cook •ml luoeior nook, How to Moke 1'ouitrr F'ty, nod Uublpsun Crusoe, tln'no 4 booka emit free, on receipt oi ivcntafor poutugo, wltli agency teiinu, itluo uur paper Uouie, V'nrni and rnctory, S months on trial. MfVot to oeutu we will plica your ad- druM In Mf new AgniitK' Dlreciory, waiuli wilt brine y»n over Sw books, papari, letter*, *ironlarj.«awpl»».*o. HulbertPub. Co.. U VnUUI* Week, ft, L»uU, Uo, ItM A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neininger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. THE Globe-Democrat of this morning retracts its statement in respect to the Hudson "crowding" the Spread Eagle, and says that no information has been filed against the Hudson ia tho In. specter's office. Having resumed operation the Sparks .Milling Co. will furnish customers with their popular "Electric Light" floui at 14.76 per barrel, delivered free to all parts of the city. nil dwlm WORK on the stone foundation of tbi- new Tile Works, ne*r Alton Junction, has commenced. The building will be one of the largest in the county, three stories high, of brick, 192 feet long, 112 t'eet wide. The unexcelled Sterling Organs, the celebrated Behning and Ivere & Poml Pianos, for sale by Floss & Rabo; also one second hand organ for sale cheap. a ? THE Central committee Appointed at the last Republican primary meeting, had a conference yesterday afternoon and decided to issue a call for Republican Conventions to nominate city and township tickets for the ensuing April elections. MR. J. A. Cooley has a contract for building a livery stable for Mr. Jame* Bell, on Srcond street, north side, be» tween Walnut and Cherry itreets. The building will be of brick,. 30x60 feet, two stones in front, one and a half stories at the rear. Tux magical entertainment to br given m a few weeks, under the aus» pices of the Mendelssohn Club, will be of a more elaborate character than usual. A vocal quartette of ladies will appear; an Instrumental quintette will render classical selections, and the Dudley Buck Quartette, Messrs. L. Bete, B, Wortmann, Ernst Schweppe and W. L. Tar bet will sing. Besides i hero will be other very attractive features. Money to loan on improved fwm property. Forparticulars, apply to Metiee. The Charter member of the Carpenters and Joiners Union of Alton art requested to meet at the Hall, Corner of Konrth and State streets, Saturday, March the 12th at 7 p. m. By order of •'ecrelary. d2t Real Estate and Insurance. The undersigned has opened a real estate and insurance office in 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 bast- ness intrusted to his hands will receive close attention. A specialty made of the collection of rents. 93 C. A. SCHLEUTfiS Coal. Buy your Hard and Soft Coal of H. L. Winter and get tho best. Oflice at Mook's Pharmacy, Third street, and in •Job's new block, corner Second and Henry its. Telephones No's. 21 and 64. augU d7m . "Mixm FiCKLKa" at the Fourteenth Street Theatre is entertaining large 'ludiences. There is a vein, of humor in it, better than in many so-ealled "Comediesof modern society." The strength of the company is fairly distributed, and the overflow of animal spirits Mr. Folk's tact (as a comedian keeps within bounds of plausible exaggeration and Imparts to the cnterlnin. ment, a pleasant flavor.— Ktw York Tribune. WHIPPLE & SMILE*. TUB MINSTRELS.—One of the largest audiences of the season greeted the Mew Orleans Minstrels last evening, and wore delighted with the performances. Mu)ic, mirth and mimicry prevailed for two,hours, only interrupted by storms of laughter and applause. The splendid baritone solo by Mra. Gorton showed tbni she is an instrumentalist of rare skill, woitby to rank with the foremost !• that line. Tho vooalisu) was highly appreciated by the culture* audienc*. TBX notice. Ail taxpayers of Alton Township are hereby notified that the Ux hooks will be closed on the 24th of this month and returned to Edwardsville on the 26th, and that they will save expense by set* tling before that. date. V. BRUCH, dtd Township Collector. New Line Across Missouri. (From the Chicago Tribune.) The Central Missouri railway company, which has recently been attracting public attention, is destined to pluy m important part in Western railroading as well as in through travel from the seaboard to Kansas City. The line runs from a point opposite Alton on the Mississippi river to Kansas Cny, the distance being nevly 300 miles, with M branch line to Hannibal 96 miles lone. Men who are known as being identified with the Vanderbilt system of roads have been mentioned in connection with this enterprise, it being understood tbtit ih'is »ystem was anxiaus to not to Kun- dm City independent of the Gould ines, hut so quietly have tho negotiations been carried on that u • matter has not become prominent until now. The importance of this plan can be seen when it is stated that the Central Missouri road controls a charter for a bridge across the Mississippi at Alton, and through Its purchase of the Kansas City Short Line, aUo controls a rhurittr for a bridge over the Missouri it St. Charles. Alton is but twtmiy miles north of St. Louis. At East Si, Louis some nine roads center, Indepen- uent of thu Wabasb, where ihoy have to pay the heavy terminal charges of the Undge Company, which have served as a burden, which these roads can be rttllevtid of by moans of the new bridge at Alton, which cun bo built for far Jess cost than the St. Louis bridge, and by means of which they can go direct to Kansas City. The St. Louis and Chioitgo road now in operation botweun St.Louis and Spring- Quid,via Litchliold, and which is extending Its lino to feona, forms an important link in the chain, while the completed Chicago, ttanta Fe and CalU forma, lately acquired by the Atohison, Topeka aud Santit Fo Co., connects at Johut with the Michigan Central. This system alone frome Uhlcasjo to Alton lt> uu Important one without taking into consideration the other ronds that havn heretofore suffered under the heavy ohnrgesof tho brid^v' company itt St. Louis, aud gives tho Central Misiourl a prominence in rmlroudlug which must attract the attention of all persons interested In Western transportation mai- Urt. Hon. H. C. .Jrwin, of Springfield, •pent last night (n, the olty, the guest ot hu fatuerMn^lawj Mr. J. W. Aib, ™ Mr. Ed. Byrnes, of Venice, U. 8. Deputy Revenue Inspector, was m the olty today i Mr. and Mrs. L. Anlman and children are visiting Dr. Guelich, Mrs. AuU man's father. They have been living In Des Moines, Iowa r but Intend removing to St. Louis. The many friends of Mr. B. F. Sar» cent will be glad to learn that his health is steadily improving in the mild and genial climate of El Paso, Texas. Mrs. A. F. Ely, of Fidelity, is visit- her sister, Mrs. Richard Holden. REPUBLICAN TOWH8UIP VON TEN. HON. The Republicans of Alton township and all others, desiring to co-operate with them at the election Tuesday, April 6th, are requested to meet In Mass Convention at City Hall, Monday evening, March 2Uib, to] nominate candidates for tho following offices: One Supervisor. Three Assistant Supervisors. One Collector. One Assessor. One Highway Commissioner. And to transact any other business properly coming before the meeting. CHAS. HOLDEN, JB., J. K. BUTLER. OEO.l) HAYDEN, H. Q M'PIKE, 8 F. CONN»R, U. a. BAKER, JB., F. W. HOPPE, H. B. STARR, Republican Central Com. KKPDULICAN C1T¥ CORYKNTIOK. The Republicans of the several wards of the city of Alton, and all voters desiring to co-operate with them in securing a better, moru efficient and more progressive administration of city nffairs, are requested to meet In primary meeting*!, at City Hall, on Thursday eveninerApnl 7th, at 7:30 o'clock, to nominate candidates for Aldermen in their respective ward's, and also to appoint delegates to a City Republican Convention to be held at the same place, Friday evening, April 8th, to nominate candidates for Mayor, City Clerk, City Treasurer, . City Attorney, to bo voted for at the municipal election April 19th; the several wards to be entitled to the following representation in the city convention: First ward, 8 delegates. Second ward, 6 delegates. Third ward, 8 delegates. Fourth ward, 8 delegates. FiftD ward, 8 delegates. Sixth ward, 6 delegates. Seventh ward, 7 delegates. Total number of delegates, 61. And to transact such other business as may properly come before the meets mg. CHAS. HOLDEN, JR, J. K. BUTLER, GEO. D. HAifUES, H. G. M'PIKE, S. F. CONNOR, H. s. BAKER, JR., F. W. HOPPE, H. B. STARR, Republican Central Committee. Dress Goods We FEEL and KNOW we are offering an assortment of DRESS GOODS never equaled by us before. STANDAKD GOODS of all kinds NEWEST STYLES and COLOKS in MOST RECENT MAKES. BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever, SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS UP. And all at Kern & Carr D. G, Co. Tbe Increase WUH Too Great. The sou of n prominent man in public Hfo bus just returned to Washing, ton from a rcjtr'.s fxperieuce in the ciiltle businnNs in Utjih. "1 raised a company liure., mainly among my friends, and \vo invested |50,000. It took ^30,000 of that to buy our range, $5,000 to got me out there and buy our outfit, iind the rest wo put into ciittlo and cxpoiiHi'D, principally expenses. My cattlemen got into u row with n neighbor, and his men ran our cattlo down into tin- eafions. Thwi our foreman took it into his heml to sue us for his pay, and although I had made an excellent roport to the company somehow things went wrong. My report stated that wn had enjoyed an increase in our herd of 120 per 'cent, aud that was tho case. I don't know that any of our men stole any calve* from our neighbors. I don't know that our cows hod more than one calf apiece, but somehow we found on our roundup that wo had 120 per cent increase. This is what broke us up. CatMomen ore used to 80 and 90, and in raits cases 100 per cent increase, but they could not stand 120. The cattle association in that district held a mooting and passed resolutions that it was impossible for any herd to increase at such a rapid rate, and, calling upon tho Delegate to Congress from Ut«h to investigate tho ease, wound up by giving me tlutw days' time to get out of the Territory. I am now going down to pass a civil-sorrico examination."— WaMtujton Li-ttvr in A'etw York Sim. READY-MIXED PAINT, white andhcoiors. PAINT GROUND THICK, in white and colors, I to be thinned with oil, WHITE LEAD, OIL$and COLORS, ALABASTINE, WHITING, and GLUE, Marsh's Drug Store. The Largest and Moat Com plete Assortment of Hard and toft Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves __ EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON , The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. A.J rr. J . 632 East Second 8t,, ndoor west of Henry GOLD and SIL17 SHIRTS, Wretched, Indeed, Are UiOM-whom a confirmed tendency to blllous)Ki88,nn tjoct to tho various and chaugv (ul Nyinptouis Indicative of liver complaint, Nauaeu, stele hoadaoho, ooiutlpntton, furred longtio, an unpleasant brofttli.ud'ullor ahprp pain In tho neighborhood of tho affoccad organ, Impurity of tho blood and lot i of tppo- tlto, eljrnallio U in ona of tho most dlttrosa- Ing, ae It U onoof tho most common, of mm- adlo8. Thero la, however, a benign specific for the illsoiUB and nil Its unpleasant manl fentntloni. H 1> the concurrent testimony of tho public and th- medical profession, thnt Hontetter's Stomach Hitters U a medicine which aoliluvca results speedily felt, thor- ougli and bnnlgu. BeaMes rectifying liver dlaordor, It InvlicoraU'H the fnnlile, oouqiier* kldnoy and bladdor complaint* and hastens t|io convalescence of llinvo recovering from cn'm-bllng dlsraws Monmvor, It w the grand speclllc for fever and anno. ANNOimCKMUNT, Wo authorised to imnouiioii AUOU'H IN- YKE.V an a cuiullilato for AimoHnor ut tho mi- suing towuahlp oloollou. We ore uuttiortiod to uimouuoo JOHN f. KDIIX Ha candidate for TowuBhlp Collector. Khxrtlon Tuesday, April 4th, The best for the Money.

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