Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 17, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 17, 1887
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W* Aak yrt« t<t carefully t6nd I his J t»lMttu>.-*h. J, Rowm-m A Uo. BMT quality of Shirting Prints in •retty new styles are 60, MB. J. Bowman A Go's. **"•*••*•' "" 11 »•» i • YAM* wide heavy Penftjutj in 40 aew pattomt, at BUI. B»WU»M * Go's. W» »*» showing WDM very pretty Style*, medium and dark drew Mtloi it IS 1-flo par yard.—H. J. Bowman * Oo. THURSDAY EVE.. MABCH 17. styles of tbow very popular Century Cloths are now on sale at B. J. Bowman A Co 1 *. wimcw ro Ai»TK»m»«jM tor tht year ten w* «ban chaw the fol FOBTT pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in ehowest patterns, at H. J. Bowman A Co's. PALMKB Seersuckers, Toll! Dn Nerds Dress and Domestic Ginghams in great variety^ at H. J. Bowman A Co's. WK are showing a complete stock of Spring Woolens for dress eoods,Includ- ing double width Cable Twil Is at 16o ;40 inch cashmere at 26o; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—U, J. Bowman ft Co. Ix oca 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, Rhadames, Faille Francaise and Bro> oades.—H. J. Bowman ft Co. In VBLTET» we are prepared to show Stripes and Fretze Novelties, Plain t-sfk Velvets and Plushes in every shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new colors IB the popular Dress Corduroys. —H. J. Bowman ft Co. SATES OF TaA»u»M.-.fWrr MUM per Inch nm la- **rUon,MMt TWBNTl.rtrx oenu per 1Mb (oreaeh sibetquentloMrtioa. 18 per iaoh Or*t mootb, S1.M per tnoo «Mh month thereafter. LEGAL ADVERTISING: *1 per luob for »Ue Ant iMenlon. andCO cent* per Inch fo* eaeh rabeeqoenl lu»ertUm. «T Abote rate* will bo *ti letty adhered to. TlUt DA1LT TOLEQftAPlI i* dettrored by earrter* to all part* of the city of Alton ami Upper Alton, (or ten cents per week. Mailed to any addnws at tb'e rate of »4.90 per year. THE TBLKQRAPfl bM the large* circulation of any paper In Alton, and 1* tbe beit medium for adrertlaer*. CtoiwcaTHiBDurorusAsraEtrn. T»L»- H10XB.No.8a. £A*TIR comes on day in April. the second Bun- 1 WB CALL special attention to onr Blaek fioods. Large additions have been made to this Department during the last two weeks and we are prepared to show every real good standard fabric Md many noreUies.—tt. J. Bowman & IXODB Flannel Department can be found erery quality and width of White Flannel in all Wool and Uomet, also Many pretty styles, Striped Sacqne- fags, Tnoots and Albatross, in all the popular nhades.—H. J. Bowman * Co. W* AM prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. We hare re. tained all the old favorites and added many new lines. In Fabric and Kid Glares we show all tbe popular makes including plain and embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowman A Co. All manner of New Hoveltiea are daily arriving, at the Globe. 17 8 His spring trade boom straightway rises when the merchant advertises. THEBE will be a musical and literary sociable at the C. P. church to-morrow evening. THB Ternal equinox comes next week •ad with it, probably, more settled spring weather. Call and see the handsome Bouole Jersey we are selling at $1.60—Haagen 4 Fuess Dry Goods (Jo. dwlt T« legislature should not adfonrn until it has raised the state High License law from 9600 to $1,000. A complete line of Spring and Sum* mer Goods for (ient's Wear, lately re- oeired by H. C, G. Moriu, Third street. rnohl? tf CALL at this office or the bookstore for the Weekly TILBOBAPB of the our- re»t week. IN OCB Shirt Department yon can find a real good white shirt for Mo and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirts and all sizes in Boys' Laorel Shirt Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. • *ifi WtYf TVW'GI Second street.near M JElUllilJBin O, corner of Henry -JTOB— , JFINE : STATIONERY. •moh as Crane's Floral. Whiting's Standard' fapen. Burlbuf B French Linens, Kcllpee Jtatfged EcUe, Elite Bagged Kdce, BalmoVal Unen/arUBn'i UnenTYnrheyUid Line*. w, Mikado. Charred Kd«e. Oream , . . Laid. Hoarnlng; Note, and a large auortment ot llhUDtimted and -Decorated Stationery. Dennieoa'8 Wax and Deal*. School Tablets , and Stationery. _ OecMwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CilBAT FOB CASH OK TIUK PATMXNTS tneoos and Organ* tuned and repaired 8tw tag WaoUinoi repaired Bupollei tor all Ma> BtlUiei. M. I). LAMOUKUX. >t " >e> ' A universal remark by erery smoker of cigars: Reminder's Fig and Magnolia are tbe best cigars in tbe market. UBISRS. J. Hoffman A Son bare a contract for pulling a eorrogated iron roof on James Bell's lirery stable, in the lower part of the elty. Money to loan on improred farm projterty. For particulars, apply to WHIPPLK A SMILfiy. Mr. Chas. Boesohensteln has accept* ted a call of oiticens to become a can. didate for Mayor of Kdwardsville. A good man for the place. We hare received onr entire stock of Notions, embracing the latest noreUies. —Haagen & Fuess Dry Goods Co. dwlt TIB Springfield .tows says; "The Dessoorats showed their hypocrisy in pretending to faror tbe submission el the prohibitory amendment by the rider tkey attached to it to defeat it." Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Rudershauen * Soontag. Third street. dtf Dr. MoKmneylsIn Terre Haute, lad, Mr. Joseph Lo»g, of Mew Dottflafl, was in town today. - . Mr. and Mrs. Wead, of Vermont, •re risiUa* tfeetr tvn, Mr. J. Wead. Mr. Ohas. Connor lea*** far Uakota next week to look after fcU farming interests.' Mr, Gee. Booth, ot Chicago, is in the city. He came for the purpose of plae* mg a monument on his lot at the city cemetery. Mr. L O. Stowell, of Baxter Springs, Kas., who has been visiting with bis son in this city, returned to bis home today. Capt. W. P. Moble returned tester day frem a hunting trip up tto Illinois river. He killed 70 or 80 dtoks during the expedition. Mr. Wm. Armstrong started f«r Calhoun county last evening to bring down another barge load of white sand for the glass works. Director H. R. Phinney went to St. Louis to-day to attend the meeting of the Central Missouri Board. Mr. Ueo. R. Hewitt accompanied him. MB. J. W. Warren, who has been connected with this paper for several years, has been offered and accepted a position In a store at his home in Brlgh* t on. The TBLKOBAFBI parts from him with great regret, a feeling that will be shared by its patrons who all have a warm place in their hearts for genial "Uncle John." Mr. J. M. Gearing will take charge of the collections on the Daily route list aad make his rounds oc Fridays and Saturdays. Just received a full line of Hew Car* pets. Prioes reasonable.—A. J. Bowell, Belle street. , 14 6 TOWHMHIP ELECTION. The iBterest in the* city election should not cause people to lose sight of the township election. It is impera* tivc that competent and influential men be elected as Supervisor and Assistants to represent this township on the county beard. In addition tbe offices of Collector and Assessor, to be filled at this election, arc very Important and no mistake should be made in nominating aid electing good men. ' Kfrklanrt" icmlorgVd the Klip. When Dr. KJrkland WAS President of Harvard College, Porter's famous ho». tolry in North Ctimb.ridgo was a favorite reoort. One of the chief attractions of Porter's was the "flip," a detectable compound of a decidedly spirituous flavor, which the college students keenly appreciated, and did not hesitate to brave tbe coldest weather to enjoy. Of counw these practices did not escape the attention of President Kirkland, who went up to the hoetlery and asked to see UM landlord. Porter, who knew the President, was greatly disturbed, as he knew he should receive n severe rebuke from tbe head of the college for cater. Ing to the tosteo of coavlviallv inclined students. "Mr. Porter," said Dr. Kirkland. »I understand my young men come up here and drink your flip." "Yes, sir," replied the tavern keeper. In a voice which told how he deprecated the admonition, "they do." "Lot me have some of that flip." aaid the dignified President, Whereupon a mug at the beverage was brought wit and was Uwtcd by Dr. Kirkland. Thou, fixing a steru glance upon Porter, who almost trera- bled under it, the PreohUmt said: "And my young men come out here and drink this stuff, do they?" "Yes, sir," meekly replied the tavern keeper. "Well," said Dr. Bardland, dralulng the mug, -I should think they would." —Boston Post. Dress Goods AT & CABR1Y Expected Her. "1 suppose that was your wife who was in here While you were down- to wnf" queried a new clerk in a Grand River avenue grocery to the proprietor as he entered. "I don't know. What did she sayP" "Nothing." . "What did she doP" "Emptied the contents of both money-drawers into her pockets and walked off as cool no January." "Yes, I suppose it was her, James. I thought ghn might turn up, aad that's why I left onlv 40 coat* in ob&nge in the store. "—Detroit Frix Prtt*. TUB saloon license in Alton ought to be raised to 91,000 per annum. The present rate, $600, is loo low. A Mayor and council lhai would faror raising the license to f 1,000 would be immensely popular. The people are tired of saloon rule. WATCH • OB THK BARGAINS IK JOB'S WKW OOR. HCILUIMO, HENRY ST., AT MRS. D.IIKITKAMP'S, AUkindeo€ranoy, Hand made, Knit andOro- ea?t foodi. Boodi.Toboggana and U1U. Men's Soarie and raselnatore at very low price*. Aleo Dre*imaktn«. Plain and Family Sewing aad stamping Done. Come and riven* a call. Don't forget Uie place, dectdwly -CALL ATC M. Crandair. Crockery Store rod THK LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 30o per set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30c per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to SOc each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, fie to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20o per set. Fruit Saucers, 15o per set. Fruit Dishes, 5o to 75c each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets. 50c per set. Vwies, fictoll each. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.60 oer set. Triple Plated Forks, $1.50 per set T. JU FOULDS & CO., & Hifheit Market Price Faid for Cera and Picklet. • MILL 1LOP Just received another Jot of those desirable Spring Tricots at 60c — Haagen & Fuess Dry Goods Co. dwlt DIBD—IVm. MoDow, an old resident of Jersey county, died at OtterriHe, last Monday. The fnneral took place the •ezt day, tbe services being conducted byKlder Hamilton, of Whitehall. JVST receired, a choice assortment ot Spring trtods.—Winter's Millinery, Belle street, between Third and Fonrth. 14 « TBB business men at Qaiacy bars eaught on to the real secret of building up their trade and booming the city. The VMg and Herald are ailed wilb advertisements of the numerous factories and business houses of that place, adver. tlsenents being contracted to ran through tbe year, It is an excellent idea and the live business wen of that city will not fail to reap thoir reward. Our stock in all lines, IB now com* piste a»d prices properly adjusted, at the Globe. 17 9 THE proposition to submit a probib« itory amendment to the constitution te a vole of the people of Illinois at the next general election, was rejected by the House yesterday by a vote of 78 noes to 1C yeas. All the Madison county Representatives, Cox, WedingaBd Cop- plneer, voted against submission. Tbe first two will have some things to explain to their constituents when they get home. Removal.—Dr. Uohuessler has r«» moved bis office to tbe Insurance build* log, corner ef Second and Alby streets. Telephone 100. 1« « Our stock of Corsets Was never more complete; every number can be found. —Haagen A Fuess Dry Goods Co. ''_ • dwlt Mew goods in all shades and colors, which will be made up in suits at reasonable prices. All goods out and made by the New York Fashion Review. We guarantee a fine Braeggeman, the Tailor's. 15 dwlm ST. PATKIC&'tf VAT. This is the natal day of the patren saint of Erin's green isle, St. Patrick, a day that is ebservcd wherever Irish* mta are to be found. Tbe 4»y is generally celebrated with parades, processions, bands ef Msie and ether pBblio demonstrations, but today the observance here took a religious forsa IB the celebration of Solsma High Mass at the Cathedral with appropriate mnsio by the eholr. This evening an entertainment will lake plane at City Hall, for the beneSt ef St. Patrick's church, nndsr the direction of Prof. B. Worlsaann, in which some of our finest vocalist* and instrumentalists will take part. As part of the programme, Mr. P. Ward will deliver a lecture: "Ireland will be Free." CLIFTON expects to put on metropoU- tan airs when the railroad is extended from Elsah to Alton. The evening Star for flareh. Venus is the evening star throughout the month. The queen of the stars will draw a tribute of admiration from every beholder as she holds her court in tbe western sky daring the whole moatb, growing more lovely with every new appearance. Those who watch her movements will see that she Is moving eastward and northward ;that her stay above the horizon is every evening prolonged. The 1st she sets an hour and a half after the sun; tbe Slst she sets two hour* and a quarter after the sun. She is, larger and more brilliant because she is approaching the earth. She sets later every evening because her distance from tbe sun is increasing. Her stay above thejhorison is lengthened because she is moving northward — Providence Journal. 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 COLOKS in MOST RECENT MAKES. BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever, SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS PP. And all at PiersoD Harr 1 B. Co. Just Received—Those much sought for and perfect fatting Boys' and Children's SuiU, at the elothing store of Joesting ft Saohtleben. 11 11 BilldlBf Asseelatlea: There will be a meeting of tbe Bluff City Workingmen's Building and Loan Assooiatien, Friday eveninr, March 18, at 7:90 o'clock. Money to loan. L. FFEIFFKNBEBGER, fres. JOBV F. UcGinjiis, Sec'. it Kavlng resumed operation tbe Sparks Milling Co. will furnish customers with their popular "Electric Light" flour at f 4.76 per barrel, delivered free to all parts of the city. mi dwlm Coal. Buy your Hard and Soft Coal of U. L. Winter and get tbe beet. Office at Mook's Pharmacy, Third street, and in Job's new block, corner Second and Henry sts. Telephones No's. 11 and M. dTm Obituary. Died, at his late residence near Auber. Barber county, Kansas, March 3: 1887, Charles Chadwick, in tbe 67th voar »( his age. The deceased was a native of England. He came to Ameri- ea at the age of fO years, and for several years was a resident of Madison county. On the 6th day of March, 1860, in Edwardsvllle, he w*s united la Marriage with Miss Margaret Young, a cousin of L. C. Keowa. She land seven children fall adults) except two, survive.—.Ed*. InUlhgmeer, TBB statement is made in a Philadelphia paper that Edison, the inventor, has the voice of the late Mr. Beecher preserved in tin foil, and can reproduce it in hip phonograph •t pleasure. When he perfected this instrument, he secured the living utterance! cf a number of eminent persons, Mr. Beeeker among the&i. and has them preserved in a cabinet. The speech ef each person is expressed in little indentations on a sheet ef tia foil, and when these arc placed in the phonograph, tho words with the actual sound of tbe voice that uttered them art repeated. There it eomethiig unearthly in this fcrm effacing dead and vet speafc- ' READY-MIXED PAINT, white antftolors. 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* „ , plete Assortment of Hard and Soft, Goal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. A.J. "**' 532 ^t s* 00 ^ it, ,5th door west of Henry Tax Ketlte.; All taxpayers of Alton Township are hereby notified that the tax beoks will be closed en the titn of this month and returned to Edwardsviile en the Nth, and that they will save expense by set. tllng before that date. Will be at Kortb Altec Thursday, March ITlto. V. BHUCR, dW Township Collector. Tbe extraordinary popularity of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is tbe natural result ot Its use by all classes of people for over forty years. It has proven Itself the very best specific for colds, coughs and pulmonary complaints. dnlw Ifce We*te» geMler'i „._,._,. With every advanee •( emlgratles Into the far Weet, a new demand U created-lor Hes- tetter's Stomach Bitter*. New peopled re•torn* are frequently lee* lalabriou* than eWfcr settled totalities, ea aeoeunt of the miatma whloh rise* from recently cleared land, putlcularljr along- tbe baah* of riven that are nubjoct to freihetr. The agrioultii' doe* mot already know, that tbe Bitter* afford the only *ur* protection agalutmalaria, tboM dleorderi of the itemaeb, Urer and bowel*, te whloh ellmate change*, expeiure, and uaaeoutomed er unhealthy water, or diet, *nb)eot him. Consequently, he plaoe* an Mtlmate npo« thl* great houieh«ld ipeo- l(e andprefCBtlre oemmeaiurat* with It* In- trlule merit*, and U careful to keep on hand a rettoratlve a«xl promoter ot liealth *e <m- •llolty te.he relied apo» la time ot need. AXSIOVMOBIUMT. We autbotlaed te aauouaoe ADOLTH IW- VKK1T a* a candidate for Ao*e«»or at the en- *ulag towmtatp electioa. ''•',. i We are a«tborl*ed»ui-'auaoua«e JQUH;T.' KUBKaiaeaadldase for'TowWirfp Oollee tor. BHeUea Taeeday, April Hh. GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, '4 '1 I -y ;^ . week osa be f«l»Uy nade. Xopboto paiat- log; no eaavaMlag. for foil partioulare pleaie addrei*. at oaoe. OIUC80EVT AST CX>.. J» Oeutral ik, B«eto», Waea, Box lire. The best for the Money. PJAFNESS|H§ bV sBOist of tha nniflwt an^j Ite<iana**, and a ae«aad OPBlt "~a« l»y oce Treated BRANCH, 2d aufl J.

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