Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 12, 1887 · Page 3
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it )tiluuiD.-~H. J. Howiimn & (Jo. iM» quality of Bhlrtiof Printe in pretty n*w stylus arc flo, ot E. J. Bowman SATURDAY" EVK""M Aiicu 12. TABS> wide h«*vy Penangs in 40 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman ft Go's. WK are showing come Tory pretty style*, medium and dark dress satins at IS l>9o per yard.— H . J. Bowman & Co. _ SPRIHO styles ot thoie very popular Century Cloths are now on sale ut H. •)• Bowman & Go's. FonTT pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at II. J. Bowman & Go's, _ ^ PALMKH Seersuckers, Toll! Du Horde Dress and Domestic Ginghams In great variety, at H. J. Bowman & CO'B. ————————— , WE are showing a complete stock ol Spring Woolens for dress goods.includ. ing double width Cablo Twills at 15o;40 mob cashmere at 25o; also Novelty Fabrics ol both foreign and domestic make.— H. J. Bowman & Co. IXOOK Silk Department wo arc 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, Ruadames, Faille Francaise and Brocades. — 11. J. Bowman & Co. IN VELVETS we are prepared to Stripes, .and Freize Novelties, Plain Milk Velvets and Plashes in every shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new colors in the popular Dress Corduroys. — H. J. Bowman & Co., ", WE CALL -special attention to our Black Goods. Large additions haw been mode 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 mall Wool and Uomet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacque- Ings, Tricots and Albatross, m all the popular shades.— H. J. Bowman & Co. WE ABE 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 1 we show all the popular makes including plain and embroidered backs, •dressed and undressed. — II. J. Bowman &Co. . • ' , IN OCR Shirt Departmentyon oan find a real good white shirt for 60o and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirit- and, all sizes In Boys' Lauiel Shin Waists. — tl. J. Bowman &Co. i "ITAT TlTjtWQ Second street,near i JQLUJ tUXia O» corner 01 Henry —FORTINE STATIONERY, Such as Orane's Floral, Whlttnit'u Standard Papers, Hnrlbut'a Frene'i Linens, Eclipse tltU'Kf d Edire, Elite Hagged Edge, Balmoral L'nen, Griffin's Linen. Turkey l-atd Linen. P • <oh Blow, Mikado, Charred Sdue, Oroam Laul Mourning Now, and 0 lar»;e unhurttnuni ol lUuminatnd and Decorated stationery. Oennlson's Wax and Heals. School Tablut<- »nd Stationery. decBdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CHEAP FOB OAHU ON TlUtt rAYMBNT.- fgnos and Orirans tuned and repaired St w- inu Machines repaired Supplies lor all Ma- o-ilnes. N. 1>. LAMOHEUX, Mnalc DeHler, Third street, noarlv oppOBlti Belle, Alton 111. decerfwly WATCH • OB THE BARCMIN8 IV JOB'S NKW COH. BUILDING. BRNRY iT., AT MBr». D. HKITKAMfS, AUkinds of Fancy, Hand made, Knit and Oro•n tgoods. Hoods.TobaKKans and Mils. Men' Scars and Fascinators at very low prlcun. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family 8nwliu anil BtampliiK D >ne. Come and five ua » call. Don't loruet the p'ace, doi.6dwly KOT108 TO For the year 1887 w* shall ohargt to» following rates lor transient notices In our local column*! „, . . gtngte Insertion '. , . lovuuts. Three to flve insertions, . . 7 " 81* to twelve Insertions, . , S " KATES UF AHVEKT1SING: TJUKliwiT.-W7i"/'r ctnts per Inch flrst Insertion, and TjrBNTt-PtyE centa p«r Inch (or each nubs, quent Insertion. (8 per Inch drtt mouth, $1.80 per Inch each mouth therualter I.KUAL ADVEI1TI8IXO: |I p«r Inuh lor the flrat ln«ortlun, and 60 cents per Inch lor each bubsqquenl luHortlon. *3- Above rates will be eti lolly adhered to. THE DAILY TELEQKAPU Is delivered by carriers to all purtu ol tbo city ot Alton and Upper Alton, (or ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of $8 SO per year. TUB TKLEtiBAPU li«s the largest circulation ol any paper in Alton, and' la the best medium for advertisers. OOBNBIt TlllIlD AMD PlASA BTKBBTS. THI,B- P110NJC Mo. 88. TUB spring-like weather today set all the amateur gardeners at work. . Call at C. M. Crandall's Crockery Store for beautiful decorated English Dinner Sets, only $16.00. 12 2wlt REMEIIBEB the great comedian, Mr. J. B. Polk, in "Mixed Pickles," at the Opera House this evening. Finnan Baddies, at Connor's. It A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger'H Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. .Wanted—A good girl for bonsu work. No washing. Apply to Mrs. Kice, corner 16ih and Langdon sts. 114* A TRAMP calling himself Jay tioulii died in tb« Belleville police station yesterday from the effects dtunkenne*- und exposure. Just Keceived and for Sale—A car load of Northern Seed Oats.—C. A H-jrb. 103 Lost—Wednesday atternoon, n lady's gold watch and chain. The tinder will be liberally rewarded on leaving the same at the Democrat office. 11 S* AN account of a serious railroad accident near tiirard, last evening, appears on first page Senator Hadley, of thi> county, was among the injured. Tongue and Sounds, at Connor's. Ii Just Keceived—Those much sought for and perfect fatting Boy-' and Children's Suits, at the clothing store oi Joesting & Saahtlnben. 1112 Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Rnderehansen & Sonntag. Third street. dif THEKE will be a meeting of the Y. M. C. A. in the Methodist church to. morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. All young men are cordially invited to be present. The latest in Dress Goods, Hose and Gloves, Laces and Embroideries, at the (ilobc, Call and see them. 11 if Clothing, Shoes and Hats, of which there are full lines, will be sold at Bankrupt prices, it will cost nothing to ook at them at ihe Globe. 112 -CALL ATC-M. CrandaD's Crockery Store FOK THK LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 30c per set. Good 8-inch Plates, 80c per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50u cacti. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5c to 50c each. . Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15t- per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, 15o per set. Fruit Dishes, 5o to 75c each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets. 5Uc pur sot. Vases, 5c to 81 each. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, l.SOncr sot. Triple Plated Forks, $1.50 per set BOOKS FREE. Thrilling D«t«''tlv« Htories, H"me OnoU •lid Uuetor Hook, How to Hake I'ou Irv F»T, Mild ItiibluKuu iius'io, lln-«ii 4 buolo. tent (Hie, on ro.fipt (H 4o>-ut»lor POHIIIK". with aiteuoy teiiim, HUo our paper Humi-, yatmnuii ('notary, 8 inonihson trial. ffV»r ^0 centn we will plaon your nd- lir. M In onr nuw AKKIIU' Uliocioi-y, wlilrli iks, ^Wanted — A first class girl for genera) h.iil.sework. Inquire at this office. 11 3 A Uood AdverllBement. Mr. Samuel Hager, who petitioned I he Council last Tuesday for an appropriation to assist in the publication ol ii n article presenting the advantages of this ciiy, has assurance enough to sail-- fy him that the appropriation will hi granted, and he will begin a canvas among the business men Monday. H » plan is to publish an article descriptive nt the mercantile, manufacturing and ihipplnn facilities of Alton in the si. Louis 0 'lobe- Democrat. Special notice- 10 be paid for at >in airreed price. Suul nn article, if of suQIc.ient length, will nu a splendid advertisement for Alton. _ dlt Dr. Bull will put In nn upper or IOWPJ -.a of teeth (or $8. OIUco closed Weil d s wtf LTCKUM —The Young P.-op)e'» Lv- ceum met at ilm M. K. olimcli !««' HVi'nini: nnd the following critorthinint.' urogramnjn was rendnr«d : Anthem prayer, Kc.v. .1. A Soiirritt, of Jmscy villc; vocal diiHt, "liemiUful Mounuit Miimo," Misson Leila Murphy, Km nit Hunimorl; rimdintr, "Mitry'H Lutit Itim, 1 ' Mr. Win. Hiihbell; vnnal f>o|u ••You'll snmolimi's think of mo," Mr .1. (i. Quiglev, clinriH by MlMo* Arid i and Fannie Hamilton, Mr. Will. Hub THE Mixed Pick It's company Is li'd by Mr. •)- U- Polk, an ecotmtriu com - ilian of much worth, who, as Jonepl Pickli*, culls Into rcquixltlon wo»t o i he appliances tit tho^ta^o l and cttrrii" .hi) audience wub him thronuh all tin arouxini: Konnes. MIHS Julia Polk, i beautiful woman, cxoellent voonlNt HIK i-lever urtrKiis.upputirH a« Onurry Hi own >vho in biilovc-d Iw ibn brothers 1'iokli- A bvn-pciil.i'd hu-band and a mtnerlv •leuuon ii'ci ivud Intorpnitiiiion at lh< liiiiiil-i of M-MsfS. Yinct'iu 11 n (I Uiltiford Ri'caih win. 1 fmjurnt, and "Mln Pickled" hud unuiixtd suooesi.— N. Y (kmnwrrial ^Ww/iw. Ms. U. I'.dray and Mill JulU Uuok- mftiter w«r« Tinting In St. LonU dnrlng he week. ' Mr*. F. W. Morr«IUnd daughter will eave early next week (of a vlilt to De« rolt, Mich. Mrs. Byron Pierce wi 1) entertain the adtei of the Round Table this after- oon. Mias Sarah R. Qarvin has returned to cr home in Philadelphia after several months' visit to her brother's family. The ladies of the High Moon Cooking Inb were entertained by Mrs. E. P. Wade at the family residnnce on Henry treet'yesterday afternoon. Mo.'srs. Fred. Hawley, D. B. Tunnel nd W. Freeman, of St. Lonls, were up n Wednesday evening to attend the eceplion given by Mr,' and Mrs. W. ples, Mr. Frank Harwood, of iloommgton, was also present. Thu Unity Circle last evening, at the esidenceof Mrs Adam* on Third street, egan the study ot Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Tbe first act was read with ritical reference to notes. At the next meeting, which will probably be held at ir. C. H. Hapgood's, Mr Wilson Barett's renditions of the Prince will be omewhat examined. The reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Valter Waplen, on Wednesday evening, as a very elegant affair. During the ours of eight to eleven, as announced n the cards of invitation, the p irlors ere tilled with guests. Mr. and Mr*. Vaples received together. The parlorx. were beautifully decorated with plants nd cut flowers, and an orchestra in the all played a choice selection of music s the guests came and went. In the ming room small tables were placed, mbellished with the snowy napery and rnamented with tasteful China. A elicious menu was served, beginning with salted almonds, and embracing vc courses. Mrs. Wuples wore her redding dress .that wa« exquisitely rustic in design and finish, and dis* layed her graceful figure to the great* st advantage. The fabric was cream olored satin, with simple drapery and ourt train. A tuedicis collar, edged ith pearls, was a beautiful-feature of lie toilet; ornaments of pearl and long white gloves completed the attire. Miss lessie Forbes wore a white lace dress ver a delicate pink with abroad ribbon ash of pink, diamond ornaments. Irs. Handle, a handsome toilet of moss green brocade and satin with trim mine )l imdescent beads and diamonds. Miss Lucy Coville.a dress of wine color- d ottoman silk with panel and corsage if brocaded plush in wine and old gold hades: Mrs. Oketl, elegant black atin dress with jet trimming. Miss ,ucy Breckiuridge, black gro) grain with jet trimming, and capote of black with bead trimming. Mrs. Barlow, black satin with pasvamenterie orna> nents and bonnet of pink. The Mendelssohn Society had their eventeeoth recital at the residence of Mrs. Breckinridge,on Wednendny after- mon at the usual hour. The first num> on the programme was a duet ulayed by Misses Sophia H ipkins and iesnie Forbes. Gottschalk'8 magnificent irrangemont of the overture to William Toll, was the selection. This called irth in -eh npiilanw by the manner in which It win rendi*r«d and its intrinsic mtv. The next number, n vocal solo. •'A Prayer by PergolesI," was eiven by Miss Cary. The selections of this com* no°er are characterized by thotr purity m style. This was admirably given. La Balancolle,*' a composition by L»VRbnnr, as piano solo,wan nrxt. Mrs. Mreckinridge playod this in her usua' finished style. A treatise upon "Touch" was read by Ml*s Mamie Biegins, fol I'.wed by a sonar, "Dare I Tell," Weim- niprntedt, criven in good style by Mis.. .ucy Coville. Chopin's "Impromptu n C sharp Minor 1 ' wax played, in compliance with a requent, by Mrp. Sielle. One of Millard's "Ave Marian, ung b\ Miss Lizzie Biggins, again elic- uml applause from the members of the -ociniy for its ftno rendering. A ("ketch of .'-Robert and Clara Schumann" wnp rn d by Mrs. Breckinridge as the mx selection, suocee.dod by a very b.'nutifi) interpretnimn of Berlhnld Tours' 8'>ni- -Willie's Ship.'' by Mrs. M'lnor. A vioMn and plnno dlmt, BHethoven'- "Adnelo No. 12 " This pnlpollon.givet by Miss llolliird with the violin and Mi«>Oiry as pianist, closed tho programme f iho afternoon. Tho M''ndi>lpcohi S >oie.tv hai now completed its fi--i>t VHitr, and the members have o'Use t< congratulate thomv>lvfls upon tho pro greps that has been made and the in tnrest felt in (his enterprise. Eaol member his given time and applies non to the study of tho subjects pro posed by tho Dimotors of the Society Music, like all other arts, is undergoing i complete revolution. Its Jreatmon in essentially different from what it ha 1 hcen in the past half century. Th hiirmonisition, and tho entire technique bum;; of a m<>re intellectual prooeti*, U rapidly replacing the vapid jlnullng o sound* that lined to bu callnil niunio Che disciiilns of (iluck, liiiulhovmi HIK Wngncr havo Ht last found the fulfill uieutof what they have »o long stnvwu for. ri''TJS!WnfHl«ffi*<«'fitaH7>*' to Jhfl at'i'oliiillu nn variety iiln rilnln* which liavu for iMimo tin* pnn-nl current HM lMMU«dtt1B."_ MB. J. B. POLK la Or. T. JT lajWi Wblm*l»«l and Mttrtoal tnedVt t" Three Acts, and On« Continuous LniiRh, t-ntltleU MIXc.D 1'IOKLKS. upportod by the FollowInK Talented Artists _ CAST OF CHAttAOTEKi: Cherry Brown Miss Julia A. Polk. Inalloed to the Minister's Brother. Mw. Uli am Brown....Fanny Uenbaui Bouse, Inclined to the Mmlsur. Luclnda InlKHlns Miss funny UBuri. Inclined to be married. usle Miss Ne.nnle Cotter. Inclined to bn port. Hiram Brawn Mr. Alex. Vincent. Inclined to be fai>t D«aoon Jordan Mr, Milton Raloford. tnt-llne:! to be moan. Rev. Arthur 1'lckle. , .Mr. J. W Parker. Inclined to be good. osephl'lcklH ....Mr.J. B. Polk. Inclined to mUebluf. STMorst*. Act I—(tome In Northampton, Return from iicen. AQututBmokr. Preparing to Hokle. Act II—Thn Domlnle'B Study. The Bogus Xspatch. Jon makes Hiram repent nnd take be pledgn. "Usicnern ni-.ver hetr any good (thempul»o8. Pickles Oottlnn Mixed. Act 111-Tho Spldurandthe Fly. The Klope- ment. Snlgglnson the wings ol love. The tnvxlatlona ol tba Pink M>isk. Mixed 1'lokles. I)uHng the nocoud act, Miss Julia A. I'olk wlll.slng an Italian waits eong. _ Opera House, Saturday, March 12. 6, 86, 60, 76o. Seats at Chamberlain's IJIPKOVLI) STOCK. Messrs i Wm. Hay and Will Call ah an arrived in town this morning with two plendid Clydesdale stallions, which hey purchased at Janesville, Wis , for an association of stock growers living in be neighborhood of Belhalto and Alton unction. Tbe animals are thorough-. reds and cost $1,400 each. ADDITIONAL lucal matter on second >age. • THE roads are improving and the ileasant weutber brought more farmers o town today than have been seen bete or norne weeks. FOB SALE.--A htrse, kind, young and gentle—six years old, dark bay, 612 bands high Warranted sound u all respects. Not afraid of ours; any adv can drive him. Inquire at this .flice. . 12 2 Having resumed operation the Sparks rlilling Uo. will furnish customers with heir popular "Electric Light" 11 >ur at f 4 76 pur barrel, delivered fiv.u to all parts of the chy. ml dwlui Money to loan on improved farm property. For particulars, apply to WHIFFLE & SMILEY. MESSRS. Flynn & Schwartzo have a new matched team of dapple greys Attached to their delivery wagon which attract much attention. They are a mndsome pair and no mistake. RIVEK NEWS. The fleet of steamers leaving this port hm evening^ Includes the Spread Eagle and Hudson for Grafton*. the Bald Sagle for Clarltsville, the Calhoun, for 'eoria. Adrlce to Mothers. Mrs, Winslow'e Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is the prescrption of me of the best female nurses and phy- •ioians in the United States, and ha 1 >een used for forty yean with never- failing success by millions of molhen- for their children. During the procesc of teething Ha value is incalculable. Ii relieves the child from pain, curei- lysontery and diarrhoea, griping in the lowels, and wind-colic. By giving lealtb to the child it rests the mother Price 26c a bottle in 16 m w H wk CBORUH NOTICES. ( To itcure imtrHon, noUcti under Ihlt Head mutt be handed la btjort 11 a.m.) UMITAHUS onunoii.—Service to morrow »t II u. in. 8 S. at 10 The Illble class will take up R critical examination ot the Now Testa ment. 0. P. OilDRCH—Tho text for tho morning -ervico will be Genesis S9:ll. In plHOo ol tha regular evening sermon there will bo a song orvlco. The aubjoct of ilie evening Is Heaven. All are cordially invited. COKOHEOATIONAI. Oiinitcu.— Corner Sixth and Henry streets. Her. H. 8. Mills will preach In the miming a lormon appro prlnto for the first anniversary of his paator- ute. Morning service at 10:41; evening ser vtco7:89; 8.8. at 1:30 u. m. ST. PADL'H CHORCII.—Holy Communion 8 a iii.; mornlntf Service and Bermon 10:30 a.m S. B. at 0:30 a.m.; evi>n song and reading 7:30. Regular and lurpllced cliolri. Usher nt tho door. All cordHlly Invited. DAFTIST CHDKCII.—Rev. L. A. Abbott, D.D. i astor. 1'raaehlnR In the mornliiK by the pKiitor; In the evening by Rev. Mr. Leurltt SttteH. 8. Missionary. Sunday xchool at I>:3C a, m.; lluntemiown chapel 8. 8. at 2 p. m Young people'! nioetlntf at (1:45 p. m. All In tert-stod aro cordially Invited to all services ' rKKBUTTK»IAN CHUKOII.—There will be preaching uy tba pastor at 10:45 a.m. Subjec "Jacob's Laddor." The eacrament of the I ord'i Supper will bo dlspi nsed at S:S* p.m Also public reception of members and ud ministration uf <h» sacrament ol Baptl in KuT.'jody cordially Invited, to attuud them si-rvi- ex. Ti R Western Hetllnr'n Choten Specific. With every advance nf umltfi-atlim Into tli far Went, a new drtnand Is croatud lor HOH t*ttt:r's Stomach Hitlers. New peopled re glnns are fieijutmily less salubrious tliuu oldbr tetlled locullt.ex, on account of th miasma which iltes from recently c'taiei land, p irtli-ularly along the banks of river tliutareaub]uct to frushetf. Tbe agrloultu ral or mining emigrant soon loams, when h does nut already know, that the Rlttrrs af ford the only sure protection against tnahirln (HOBO dlnordurs of the stomach, llvor an bowuli, to whlcli cllniatp. changes, expoiure a>d una •oastomed or unhealthy wsttr. n diet, subjevi him. Oonreqnently, he plcioe an (isllmata upon this vreat household spec idoanriprevunUve commensurate wltu lu In trloslc merits, and ls careful to keep on bant HinrtoruUve aiiJ nrouiutornf healtli so lui plloity to be relk-d upon In time of need. ANNOUNCEMKNT. We authorized to nnnuiiiioa ADOLI'II 1N- VKKN an a caudldnltt lor Ai:b«««or at tho en- »ul»K township election. Wo am autboi'luod to announce JOHN I*. EUH.N aiHcaodldaM for Tonrosblp Uolleo- tor. election TuMday, April 6th, Dress Goods ! AT We PEEL and KNOW we are offering an assortment of DRESS GOODS never equaled by us before. STANDARD 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 Piersoi 1 Carr D. G, 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. Largest and Most Com-f plete Assortment of Hard and J oft Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. They havo no equal. AMo HOOKING and UUTTKKING and JOBBING done »t reasonable raiu-i. Cull and exnulne uiy alack before purchasing ulsuwhere. 532 East Second st., ,5th door west of Henry A I .J. GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money. StS. n

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