Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 11, 1887 · Page 3
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ask you to carefully read ib H. J. Bowman A Oo, - . Bsix fMlltT of Hhlrtlng Print* In pretty new stylo* are ft<v at B. J Bowman & Go's. YARP wide hwvy Penangs in 40 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. WK are showing some Tory pretty nylon, medium nnd dark dress satin •t 12 l*3o per yard.—II. J. Bowman A Oo. , SruiMQ styles of those very populat Century Cloths are now on sale at H J. Bowman 4 Co's. FOUTY pieces Crinkled Seersuckers IB choicest pattern*, at U. J. Bowman 4 Co's. PALMKK Seersuckers, Tolli Du Nords Dress and'Domestic Ginghams in great variety, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. WB are showing a complete stock ol Spring Woolens for dross goods,incind ing double width Cable Twit Is at I6o;40 inch cashmere at 26cj also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—H. J. Bowman 4 Co. IN oca Bilk Department we are show Ing Surahs, Gros Grains and Rhadamt* in ovury new and popular shade. In 'Black Silks we are offering some splendid values In Gros Grains, Surahs, Rhadames, Faille Francaise and Bro« eadoa.—U. J. Bowman 4 Co. IK VELVETS we are prepared to show Btripes.and Freizc Noveltle*, Plain Silk Velvets and Plnshes in every shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new •olors In tho popular Dress Corduroys. —II. J. Bowman & Co. • WK CALI; special attention to our Black Goods. Large additions havi been made to this Department during the last two weeks and we are prepared to show every real good standard fabru- and ninny novelties.—H. J. Bowman & Co. . -_ IN otrn Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of Whlt»- Flannel in all Wool and Domet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacque- iaffs, Tricots and Albatross, in all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman 4 Co. WE ABE prepared to show a complete lino of Spring Hosiery. We have retained all the old favorites and added many new lines. In Fabric and Kid (Moves we show all the popular make- inolndmg plain and embroidered back*, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowman & Co. IN OUR Shirt Department you can find a real good white shirt for 60c and tbt best made for $1.00, also Penang ahirtn. floe pleated Dress shirts, Might shirt.- and all sines in Boys' Laurel Shin Waists.—H. J. Bowman 4 Co. UO IT AT TVE*CTa Beoond street.neat I'O Xli\Jl4±/Jun a, corner or Henry -FORTINE STATIONERY, Bucli ni Crone's Floral, Whiting's Standnril Papers, Hurlbut's Freno'j Llnena, Kcllpai Ita^Ked Ediro, Elite Rawed Kdice, Balmoral LI mm, Gnflln's Linen, Turkey bald Linen P•• icli Blow, Mikado, Charred Kdue, Cream tan I. MnurnliiK Notu, and a larxe ani>ortmon< ol Illuwiniitfld and Decorated stationery Denmson'a Wax and Heals. School Tables MKl'Htatlonery. deoBdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! OillCAP Ton OA8H ON TIMK PAYMXNT.- P<anoaand Organs tuned and repaired St-w* tux Machines repaired Supnllen tor all Ma- o.ilnes. N. 1). LAMOBKUX, Maalo Denier, Third Htreet, nearh- onpoalti Uelle.Altou III. • dec6dwly WATCH •OB TUB BARGAINS IW JOB'S NKW COB. HDILUIMO. HBMRY »T., AT MRS. D. HEITKAMP'S, All kind, ol Fancy, Hand made, Knit and Oro•d t goods. Hoode.Tobaggaus and Mill. Men'- Bcai'fi •nd ra*clnator« at very low pricc». Aluo Dreumalrtng. Plain and Family Sowing an'l HtampiDK Dme. Oomo and give M u call. Don't lorget the p'ace. decB dwly -CALL AX- C-M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOB THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cupi and Saucers, 30c por set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30c per act'. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5u to 50u each. Pitchers, 60 to 60c each. ' Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20o per set. Fruit Saucers, 15c per set. Fruit Dishes, 5o to 75c each. Assorted Color Cologae Sets. 50c por sot. Vases, 5c to 91 each. Bent quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.60ner sot. Triple Plated Forks, $1.50 per set BOOKS FREE. Thrllllnr D«i.«'-tlT« St-irlei, Unnte Cook •nd Doctor Hook, How to Mnk« I'ou tr« PMJT, ami Jiohlinou CIU«IB, th'-Mi 4 buok- ti'Qt free, on r».elpt ol 401-litxfor IHIKIMKI-. with RKO&ey lennn, uli-o nur paper tiouv, 1 aim KDII foKtorj, 8 inouthH on trial. 4VFor '•'• cuiiu we wnl place your ad Bit-id In our new Admit*' Ulreuiory, whlrii wUlbring yi>n KTurtvO bunki, papeit, uttvrH. •troniwt. ktmplei, Ac. HuUxrtrub. Oo., M IwUU* »KWk, M. JjKtt, 110. tM 'V'-.^fiSlwef^^jft^ ,M3BwS^S5,5g": A1TON I>AILY_ PmDAY~EVBT~MABCH U. for the re«r U«T w« thall ohwi« thefol lowing rate* (or truinrtont notlota In onr too*! colntano: Ingle Insertion . . . "lo'cuuMf '.ree to five iniettlons, . . " mu " • •- twelve Insertions, . . 6 BATES OF ADVERTISING: FIFTY cents ptr luth first Insertion, and TWESTT-UVE cents per Inch (or each iub«> quent Insertion. ta ptr Inch flrst mouth, $1.60 per Inch each mouth thereafter UCOAL ADVERTISING: $1 per Inch (or the first Insertion, and BO cent* per Inch (oration subsequent Insertion 40- Above rate* will be sti lotly adhered to. TUB DAILY TELEGRAPH Is rtellToroU by carriers to all parts of the olty ol Alton and Upper Alton, (or ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate ol #.30 per year. TUB TKLBORAl'H has the largest circulation o( any paper in Alton, and is tho best incdhim (or advertisers. OoRNBH TllIRD AND 11A8A 8TRBBTB. TKLB PHOKBXO.88. JAT Gould has slyly put a rope aroumi he n«w bridge ptoject ut St. Louis, ami » quietly ohokinjj; it to death.— Chicago lournal. Wanted—A good girl for housework. No washing. AppJjr to Mrs. Rice, corner 16ih and Lun^iion sts. 11 4* Just Kecelved and for Sale—A car oadof Northern Seed Oat.8.-(J. A. ierb. . ]Q 3 MESSRS. H. K. Johnston oV Co. bare ittkon possession of their n«vr building on Sesond itreet, and stored iu it a Hook of buggies and other YehicluB. Saturday you oan find a full Block ol Springs Wraps and Jackets, at Pierson 4 Carr Dry Goods Go's. It lx>st— Wednesday afternoon, a lady's 4old watch and chain. The tinder will be liberally rewarded on leaving thr ame at the Dtmoerat office. 11 3* ALDEBMAK Beall yesterday removed o hn newly purchased residence ou Ninth, near George street. The pi so, bus been thoroughly repaired and great- y improved. Just Received—Those much sought or and perfect fatting Boys' and Childen's Suits, at the clothing'store ol oeiting & Saehtleben. 11 is MB. W. F. Kniinger Is repainting and ((pairing the front of Mr. George D. Hayden's machine shop, which war amagetf by the fire at the Topping Very latei-t in Dress Goods, at Pierson c Carr Dry Goods Co's. It Call at C. M. Crxndall's Crocken itore for the best Electric Lamp made, nd tho lowent Prices. 10 d2 wl THE Young Woman's Christian Vmperance Union will meet tomorrow Iternoon, at three o'clock, at tb< nomt of the W. C. T. U. en Seconn treet. / Money to loan on improved rui 1 state. Apply to Rudershiimen & vmntag. Third street. dtf WORKMEN were engaged today cleat- ig the cement from iho tin roof ol 'tanard's mill. After this work I- nmpleted tho roof will be repaired b> ilr. J. B. Kirwin. Wo have them and can show tin nicest of Dress Goods.—Pierson & C»n Dry Goods Co. it A complete line of Winter Goods for ient's Wear, lately received, by H. C. i. Morllz, Third street. 26tf TUB democrat says "tho Republican want a mraigbt city ticket, to look at." A straight Republican ticket ID this oit> was a pretty good thing to look at last Vovembur. A universal remark by every smoker f cigars: Nomimjer's Fig nnd Magno- ia are the best cigars in the market. ViCitTERi)AY>(tbrnoon 'Squire UobNon itllciated in the "tallest wedding" on i-cord. The groom, James E. Peteron, was a|seven-foO'tr. The bridi-, Nancy Knee, however, was just tin* opposite, being only four feet In heigh . "ho queer combination hail from Hiimul ownship.— Eds, Republican. Remember on Saturday wo show u uu lino of Spring Wraps.—Pierpon & Jarr Dry Uoods Co. It SPECIAL KXCURSJOX.—Tho Hu<l-n will make a special excursion to St Lnu • Sunday, leaving Alton at 8 o'clock a. u.leaving St.Louis on the return at S p. m, Fare for the round trip, 60 CBIIU-. It RELICS—In Mr. H. M. SohweppeV how window are three pistols, rvnora- ble looking, rusly wenponii labeluii; ied by Abraham Lincoln and Gt>i.> Shields." But,'o«Tir»r< will eay;"Lln. coin and ShielJ^ did not tight at all nnd broadsword! were the weapons aelecu id." The answer to this is that had hoy fought, nnd with powder and lead, ho pistols on exhibition would haw been used. The unexcullud Sterling Urgann, the •ek't>rtuul Buliiiiug and Ivuri & Ponil I'luuou, for sale by Floss 4 lUbo; also QUO tucond band organ for sale cheap, J T ' 1 It bent's no I'eBCtnbliinco to th Bcmlmtta tin i ywrinty Him nlitlox wlilch navM (or Botnu IIII'IP PH>-I il current H» omuedli-ii." In Dr. T. fttftyjW'i&tBSofi ana' SftMrtoa, dy, In Three ACM, nnS Ooe ntinuous %Hjfh. entitled Supported by thaVollo win* IXentad Arti sts OAST or Oneny Brown .......... M les JullaA.Polk Jnnllnert to the Minister'* Brother. Mr.. HI aronro»n....FHn«y Denharo Bouse 1-uclnda SnlKHln Miss ranny L. Hurt Inclined to be narrted. oiislo MISS Nannie Colter „. _. Inclined to bn port, Hiram Brown tfr. Alex. Vincent „ . Inclined to be fast Deacon Jordan .....Mr, M'lton R&toford, fciMlne;! to bo mean. Re». Arthur Plckl* Mr J. W Parker. , Inollued to be good. Joseph PloklM ....Mr. J. B. Polk, Inclined to nilpolilol. STMorsm, Act I—Home In Northampton. ItMurn from Race*. A Quiet Hinoki*. 1'rrpartnir to Pickle Aetlt—Tho Dominie's Study. The Boicus iHpatch. Jon make* Utram repent and take the pledgn. "Listener* never heir any Boot of thdinrolvei. Pickles Qettlnn Mixed. Act II I- The Spldrr and the Ply. The Elope nient. HnlxKlnson the wings of love, The Uimilatloim ol the Pink Must Mixed Pickles. IHirlnK the sncoiid act, Miss Julia A. Polk il.ulng an Italian wultt song. Opera House, Saturday, March 12. 26, 36, 60, 75"o. Seats at Chamberlain'* TUB notion of the Republican Central Committee m calling conyentions to nominate tickets for the approaching township and city elections will be generally approved. There is 10 other right way of doing. It is the duly ol very political committee to call He parly together in convention, prior t ;ry election, and give all members >f it K voice in deciding who they waut o oast their ballots for on election day. Co refuse to call the party together n general council is nothing less 'ban diafranchisement. The people have a right to be heard and to adopt such policy a« they deem wise and best. The present com mi tier ecognize thi* right; they want to give every voter a chance to be heard ano w express his preference. Under the convention system the Republican voter on election day will mve the opportunity to vole lor tin- men whs>tn a majority of his parly have elected, and will not be obliged U> iastbis ballot for the choice of a faction b. minority or for a eelf-conslltuied cau- hdate. We have no fear but that the tickets ut in the field by the Republicans in mass meeting assembled will be worthy he support of every voter, and be made p of broad-minded, progressive* men whose merits will draw to thoir support very citizen who desires.to advano* the jrosperity of Alton. Wanted—A first class girl for general lonsework. Inquire at this office. 11 3 WHAT Wichita nee.ds to insure perm« nent prosperity is more men to shovel eal estate and fewer to deal in it. LOOK once and you will look again t the Globe's new illustrated advertise* lent, "Lines of Bargains." Mr. Hil- ubrand, the veteran soldier, Is always n the fore front of the battle for good oods and low prices. The latest in Dress Goods, Hose am' iloves, Laces and Embroideries, at thi ilobe. Call and see them. 11 3 THE vote of a Republican cannot be mgbt, for tho simple reason that a uan who will oell his vote is for "revi•« UP only," while Republicans are for irotection. THE prospect is for a big rush tomorrow evening to hear Mr. J. B. 1'olk n "Mixed Pickles." The comedy w a aoy and sparkling one and no lover of ho drama should raixs it. Clothing, Shoes and Hats, of which here are full lines, will be sold at Bankrupt prices, it will cost nothing to ook at them at the Globe. 112 MR. POLK IN "MIXED PICKLES."- rlr. Btti'iley Campbell's cosy theatre was filled lat-t nignt by an audience esirous of eiving a favorite comedian i good send off. "Mixed Pickles" wa* the menu and .1r. J B.l'olk the caterer In chief ided and abetted by a corps of nccom- lished «rti«ti. As Joseph Pickl< oceph Polk created an immensity ol un, and if there wan any dull care in ne bouse while the orchestra wa laying it was driven away before th" all of the tint curtain. It is pleasan o record tin absolute and emphatic UCCPSH of both play and player*.— N - Herald. Last evening a number of those in- .wrested ic pure bred poultry met at the 'eutrul Hotel and formed an associa- 1011 to bo known as tlie Illinois Poultry Association . The following officers wrereeltcted. Presldent-Dr. T. P Spaldmg. Vioe President - J. H. Hudson. Secretary— J. M. Gearing. Treasurer— A. A. Nt-ff. Superintendent— Quo. W. Tindnll. ' Executive Committee — Dr. T. B. pnlding, Chas. L. Gill, M. H. Craw. ord, J. M. Gearing, Win. P. Hapgood, iVm. M. Richmond, h. F. Wither, Committee to frame Constitution and ly-LawH— C A, Herb, J. M. Guarlng, . A'. Nuff, Chas. L. Gill, Win. M. Alter talking over the Importance of ttvlng a Poultry exhibition Urn coming winter In Alton, adjourned to meet N, all of the President. Mr G. S. Hull haa located at Wluoua Mian. Mr. T. A. Mutohmore.of More, at this offloe today. Mrs. B. W. Harris left today for a visit with relft'lves at Kdwardsville. Messrs. T. K. Hansel, of Rlsab, and C. H. Boque, of Mero, were in the clt today. H. F. Mather, of Colllnsvllle, was in the city latt evening attending the Poul try meeting. Mr. Puter W. Baker, an experience journalist of Chester, III., has taken n position on iho Sentinel nnd wil rtmove bio family to this city. Mr. F. K. Gillespie, of Edwardsvllle. has joined the noble army of real estate dealers at Wichita. There are now eight gentlemen from Edwardsvillt mgnged in that business in Wichita. Mr. T. W. L. balk, of Bethalto, ha returned from Janesville.Wis., where he went with Messrs. Wm. Ray and Wm Callnhan for tho purpose of purchasing two Clydesdale horses. It is expectei that Messrs. Ray and Callahan wil return with the horses this evening, Having resumed operation the Sparks Milling Co. will furnish customers with i heir popular "Electric Light" flour at 14.76 pur barrel, delivered frne to nil parts of the chy. ml dwln Money to loan on improved farm property. For particulars, apply to WHIPPLK4 SMILEY. HIVEIt SEWS. The steamer Hudson will hereafter eave for St. Louis every morning, Mondays included. The government canal at • Ketknk will be open March 28tb. River men are expecting great re«ult< rum the Inter State Commerce bill. Commodore Kountz sayH; "The railroads killed the steamboat business, but be Inter State Commerce law will revive the river trade of years ago, and n a few months I expect to see great activity along the wharves." The Spread Eagle and Hudson mak heir usual trips to -L Gr»fton this evening. __^ 6. A. K. A special meeting of Alton Post No. 41; G. A. R.,will be held nexfMon- lay eve., at their hall. A full atton- lance requested. Important business, 'er order C. A. HERB. 10 S Commander. For Seed. Just received a car load of Michigan arly Rose and a car load of Michigan 'eerleis potatoes: also a car load of hoice Iowa seed Data. H. I. Dresler & Co. Short Street. dw 2t. Notice. The Charter member of the Carpen- ers and Joiners Union of Alton are rn- [ueMed to meet at the Hall, Corner ol "ourth and State street.', Saturday, .larch the 12ih at 7 p. m. By order of •ecreiary. d2i Estate and Insurance. The undersigned has opened a real iBtate and insurance office in bis new tullding on Second, between George and >angdon streols. He has a large amount >f valuable property in his hands for ale, and represents a full lineoffiit-t lass insurance companies. All business intrusted to his hands will receive lose attention. A specialty made of the lollection of rents. 93 C. A. SCHLEUTEH Coat. Buy your Hard and Soft Coal of H. /. Winter and got the best. Office at look's Pharmacy, TbirJ street, and in ob's new block, corner Second and lenry sts. Telephones No's. 21 and 64. aug!4 d7m Tax Notice. All taxpayers of Alton Township am ereby notified that the tux books will e closed on the 24th of this month and t-turned to Edwardsville on the 26th, nd that they will save expense by set* ling before that Jato, V. BRUCH, dUl Township Collector. '•Wir don't they have a leader for his orchestra?" "Perhaps because of i-i tendency to piny faster than anybody an shake a stick at it." ANNOUNCKKKNT. We authorized to announce ADOI.I'II IN- 'EKN an a candidate lor A«Be«aor at the en- lnv township olootlon. We are authorliart to announce JOHN P. {UHN ai H candidate for Township Collector. Election Tuesday, April Ath. Choking: Catarrh. Ileve you awakened from a disturbed deep with all the borrlhlu KOneatlonN of an asuat- (n olutchlnK your throat nnd proving the l(o-breath from your tightened client? Have on noticed thx UiiKHor an I rlcblUv thut ucveeded thr effort to clear your throat and «ad ol thli catarihal matter? What a rte- irsiBlUK tiifluonre It oxerm upon the mind, loudliiii tue mdinory and tilling IJIH em) with palim and Htraime nolae-l How illlcult to prnie t the nyntem axalnst lt< uitliur proKiims toward* the lunKK, llvnr anil Idnn.VH, all phyilelanB will admit. It in a errlble dl«t<a*e, and citen out (or rrlle( and uro. The remarkable curative powera when ull tlier rcmedlnn utterly lull, o( Bu'.lonl'u .udicul Cure, an attuntnd by thou«Hn>l» who ruiofullv reoo.< mend It to fellow Hiitforiirn. o«tat<>mfntli m.iUei'VKiu'dliDc It linn enn- ot be BUliHtHiiiliileil hv the moat ruHpectu- le and re,lable n<lurenucn, Kncli packet cumulus one brittle of ihu [tadlo»l Curii.otu) Imx ol Calarrliul Solvent, UJ an Improvid Inlmler, with treatise und Intel OUB, mid U «uia by all druKuUtt (or II. roTTCK DBDO * UUMMIOAI, w>., «O*TOH. Dress Goods! AT We FEEL and KNOW we are offering an assortment of DRESS GOODS never equaled by us before. STANDARD GOODS of all kinds. NEWEST STYLES and COLOHS 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 Piersoi & Carr D. i], Co, 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. The Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard andi-olt Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. Tbey have no equal. Also BOOKING and GUTTERING and JOBDINO done atreaaoutU nuei. Call aud uzumlne my utock before purchasing elsewhere. A I D^O'onHiarHf' 532 Bast Second at, A\.U. L^tJtJI II ldrUL,5thdoor west of Henry GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money. fffi StS.

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