Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 22, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, March 22, 1887
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you t> carefully read thift U. J, aowttma *y<>. . Ptlftti in, at H. J. jrettjr «>ew Bt?l«s an Bowfiiab & Co 1 *. ' Al.TpN |)AILV TKI.ftlR.H'R 'fl t ABD wM« hMry PttuuiR* to 40 «i»w , at H. J. Bofftuem & Oo'». ' W* era showing tome vert pretty styles (n«diutn and dark dt«M Ul At 1SJ 1>2« per yard.-*H. J, Bowman A Co. .. ••' /V;''. • ;;, SPRING styles of ttuwe very popular Century Cloths are now on sale at U J. bowman & Go's. FOBTY pluoea Crinkled Seersuckers in clioiceat patierns, at H. J. Bowman & Co'a. PALMBR Sourouukei-s, Tolll Du Nortta Dress and Domo&tic Gingham* lu great variety, at H. J. Bowman & Co'a. WE are phowing a complete stock of Sprtnjj Woolene tor dross t£oodH,loo!ud- ing uouble width Cablu Fwil U at 16u ;40 inch cashmere at 26oj also Novulty Kubrios of both foreign » id dtrnieulio make.—H. J. Bowman & Co. •;••[. IN OUB Silk Department we are show ing Surahs, Qros Grains nnd Ubadamua la every new and popular ahade. In Black Silks we aw offering some valuer In Oroi Grains, Surahs, . Faille Franeaise and Bru- cadeu.—H. J. Bowman & Co. • IN VELVETS we are prepared to show , Sttipes and Freize Novehieb, Plain Milk .Velvets and Flushes m every ahade. 'Plain and Striped 'Velvnteena, and new ooioro v in thu popular Dress Corduroys. —H. J. Bowman & Co. • WE CALi,~speoial 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 Rood standard fabric and many novelties.—H. J. Bowman & ' 'Co. " • ' . IN OUK Hahnel Department can be found wery quality and width of White Flannel in all WooL and Domet, also .many pretty styles, Striped Saoque- ings, Tricots and Albatross, in all the popular shades,— H. J.' Bowman & Co. • WB ABE prepared to show a complete .'line of Spring'Hosiery. We have re* tained all the old favorite* and added many new lines. In Fabric and Kid Gloves wo show all the popular makes ^including plain and embroidered backs, • dressed and undressed.—U. J. Bowman , &Co. : " ' _•'; IN OUK Shirt Departmentyon can find a real good white shirt for 60o and tae .best made for $1.00, also Penang uhirta, .•fine pleated Dress shirts, Nightshirts and all sizes in Boys' Laurel Shirt 'Waists.—U. J. Bowman &Co. uo 10 Seoond street.noar « corner 01 Uuiiry -FOB- FINE STATIONERY, Bui-U at Orane'a Flora'. Whitlnti'* Standard I'apert. Hnrlbut'tf Vreriott Linens, Kollpuo taut, Mourning Note, and a large assortment ot lUuuiinutua and D«porated - stationary. Ueumaou'B Wax and Seal*.- School Tablets and Stationery. ' decBdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! C>1 BAP FOK CASH ON TIMS PAVUKNT8 Wenos und Orcuna toned and repaired 8» w Inu Machines repulrad vui>uliefi tor nil Mu- Oillnos. N. l>, LAUOBEUX. Mublo Ue'iler. Third Btrunt, nearly opposite Holla, Altou Ut. dec&fwly WATCIH • OB THE BARGAINS IS JOB'S NKW COM. IIUILUIftO. BKNRV i»T., AT SIKB. D. UUITKAAtf '8, All kind* o( fancy, iiund uiudo, Knit andOro- en tKouug. |Iuodii,TubuKKt»>B ttnd Mils. Men's Scar '6 and raiolnittora at vury low prioea. Also Droasmuklng. Plain and Family Bowing ana utainpiDK D ne. uome and jrtvouou call. Don't torget the p'aoe, -OALt Al- C-M. Qrandall's Crockery Store FOB TUB LOWEST I'UrCKS; Good Cups and Saucers, 30o per set. Good 8-mch Plates, 30c per set. Moat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Oisbes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5c to 50c each . Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15o ' per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20o per set. Fruit Saucers, 15c per set. Fruit Dishes, 5o to 75o eaob. Assorted Color Cologne Sets, 50c p«r set. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, $15. Bent quality of Triplei-plated Knives, 1.50 nor set. Triple Plated Fork*, $1.50 per set ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. XSTATK of Eleanor P. Uulld, ilttuaeed. Tli« underiilxned) huvlng been appointed AdintnlBtmior ot tbe cMatb ol Bfeunor P. i. late of the county of Mudlrm and stati' ol Illlnnit, dweaaed, hereby g*»"i notlou that ho will appear b«1i r« • he oounty niurtol MudlMin oouuty, nt the court bouiii, In Kdwardtvlllr, M( tha MHT torm, on the «Ul-dMoml«y In May u«*t, BtwhK'tttitu* R li Mrwmi IiuvlnK rUlmi akalQM Mid Httw aro nottfled and requeued to attend lor (!»• puniow o( havlutT the naiua u(lju*ted< All permm* Inda iii'd tn said K-tuteuro rtxjuottad fa utuku IminudUto puymcnt to thu uuavr- •Kd ,uu nth t)A teat «*t w* »hllll «hKrg»th«M to vinf r^Mi Att bnAfltM notto«» to mr low , c»ittt per^Joch flrtt in* fertlou, and nrSffff-Firs oenu p«r Inch foretitb wbs- ^ueiit Inmrtlon. 18 per Jnta nr*t roontb, Jl-SO per inch enoh '' UfUAI, ADVKETI8ING: fl per inch (or the flriit lajieriton, and 10 rent* per Inch for oaoh Bubtoqusnl Insertion ,«»- Above rates will be ut) Hotly adhered to TUB IM1LY TKLKQUAPU ts dellvereU by qarrienloall pHrts ol thu city of Alton and Upper »|ton, for ton cents p*r week. Mailed to any addreM at tbe rate of |6 M pf r year. TUB TKLEUHAPH bag tbu lame.t clrcula- dn of any paper In Alton, and in the bout medium for advertUeni. OOKXBB THIKU AND I>USA STBKBTS. TEIB PHOWB.No.lW. Prang's Easter Cards at Seoond and Henry streets. Holden's, It JUDGB Watts is {trending at present term of the Circuit Court. the Ma Armstrong is back from Calc houn with another barge load of white sand for the glass works. Finest Scotch O'nghatns.—Pierton A Carr Dry GoodkTu. it Cur Marshal Jotstlng took measures oday to interfere with the liberty of some of the cowa that are running at arg«. .',__ ' . " . A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for (Jent's Wear, lately received by H.C. G. Moritz, Third street. incl)17 if THE Riley Comedy Co. contemplate appearing for a week at Royt't Opera louse In a series of popular plays. The troupe has a fine bund and orches. ra. drapes, Granges !onnor's. and Bananas, at It Dr, H. K. Rayner, with Dr. Kennuou &.Sons, Chiropodists, 628 1-2 Olive St., St. Louis, is now stopping at Hotel kfadison, for five days only, and remov- ng Corns, Inverted Nails and all affuc. ions of the feet without pain. 21 3* Just Received—Those much sought or and perfect fitting Boys 1 and Children's Suits, at the clothing store of oesting & Saahtleben. 1112 THE MENDELSSOHN SooiErr—The first anniversary of this organisation Will be celebrated this evening at the tadenceof Mrs. Milnor on Market treet. A fine programme will be endered. Now Sewing Silk, Veil mgs,at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co's. It A universal remark by every smoker >f cigars: Nemiuger's Fig and Magnola are the best cigars in Ike market, HUNTERS--Messrs. H. J. Bowman, , H. Kandle, T. Freeman and the Co eman brothers have returned from hunting excursion up the Illinois river. The parly killed 52 duuks. r i of. Mo Adams and Mr. J. P. A«h tilled 44 snipe at, Grassy lake, Saturday. ' . . 4f Money to loan ou improved form property. For particulars, apply to* SMILEY. Having resumed operation the Sparks Milting Co. will furnish customers with heir popular "Electric Light" fl mr it $476 per barrel, delivered free to all parts of the city. rul dwlm REV. Mr. Soarritt says that the plans if the directors of the Piaaa Bluffs Assembly are maturing as fast as their financial ability will permit, and that everythjng is moving forward slowly ut steadily. With greater means at command muuh more rapid progress would be made. We trust the directors fills most worthy en<e prise will n< t ong be hampered in- their great work >y luck of means which those who are able should freely provide. New Trimming, Braids, Xew But' tons, New Dress Goods.—Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co, It Any person Miffering from rheums lorn, neuralgia, headache* tooth aohe, ar aohe, cramp, oiamp oolio, diar- I ooa, dysentary, lumbago, fever and aj;uf. laoiie back, lame shoulder.nprains arid brtijiws, old soros, fresh cuts and suralches, »tlng» of insects or bites of 'enomous reptiles, can be relivvt-d In rom one to Hvo minutes,free of charge, iVjcalling on Dr. H. K EUvnor, at lotel Madison. Will be in town hvo lava only. • 212* Money to loan on improved real state. Apply to Uuderebausen & Sonntag. Third street. dlt New goods in all shades and colors, whloh will be made up in suits at ourtonahlo prices. All goods out au>l made by the New York Fastlon Review. We guarantvoa fine fit,at Brueggeman, he Tailor's. 16 dwlm Mou'ekcriicrs! \V« hi'ive snm« nm _.inl« ot i-bei tliJgs' we«,i|fjlk, clow" on %§t below vrtMtm^Cwftfr* tfoodtCo.- s_ , ^ -it ' THE 'Republican* of Poster toWAtbl. nave «ailad;a oonyentlon .and will pn ft straight !&«pnblloiti racket 1A the for th» ApriirieotiMi POsm>Nfili-AdUpatcb, from State Attorney McNulty, at E.J«rard-»l!lp state* that the trial of Pno.B. Brenner set lor tomorrow, has been postponed This is for the information of witnesses No Cum.—The polio) have, as yet obtained no olue to the burglar who entered Mr. A. Clifford's store by i back door Pffnday night. The Intrude did not secure any booty, as he wa interrupted by Mr. Henry Clifford, wh< discovered the open door and entered The burglar struck the young man i st-vere blow and then, white struggling with htm, U'<-d two Ineffective ehoU from a pistol betore being allowed to got away. Ax OBSTRUCTED WKDIMNO -A young gentleman, u short lime ago, procured a marnage license in this city of Deputy RudersbaUsen. Henndhliafflnn- cod made a trip to Maoonpin oounty and wer» married there. When the fflolating minister made a return of the license to the County Clerk at Carllurllle * it was returned o him with the notification bat it could not be recorded there laving been issued in Madison oounty. The document was th.m sent to County ;lerk Rinlker, at Edwardsvtlle, but was ilto returned to the sender with the ixplanation that it could not be record- id in that office the marriage ceremony having been performed in Maoonpin .iumy. The would-be bridegroom, inally, procured another license from Japl, RuderubauHen, the ceremony was performed in this oounty and everybody a happy. , This account U written (or the pur ose of informing those contemplating matrimony that a marriage ceremony illegal, null and void, unless perform- d in the same county where the license s issued. UPPER ALTOM. SHOCKING ACCIDKNT.— Mr. Wm. !uukle«, one of Upper Alton's highly espected cilliens, was yesterday tbe •iclimof a.moat distressing accident, (appears that while he was watering a i, in the enclosure adjoining his res- deuce, the rope by which he led the nimal slipped from bit hand to bis wnat add a running noose in the end of he rope was drawn'tlghtly around the wrist by a sudden motion of the beast, 'he cow started upon the run, and, nable to escape from the constantly tgbtening grip of the rope, the unfor- unate man was dragged off his feet, he cow fell heavily on him and he re« eived injuries which caused bis death n a short time. Mr. Buckles was about 0 years of age; he moved here from near Marine about three years ago to duoate his daughters. Being a man of domestic disposition be bad not made many acquaintances in town, but thoce ho have known him have learned to eapect him heartily. For tbe past few months his health has been somewhat roken. He had junt returned from a ittit to relatives m Virden, much mprovctd. He was, perhips, physical ly nable to govern the unruly beast,,whose uputation was not the best. Deceased fas a brother of Mr. JoUn Buckles, o Mewbern. The sympathy of the 'immunity is with the stricken widow nd her large family o< children. PERSONAL—Mr. M. A Lowe has eturnud trom , bis .extended trip to California and~Tpxa* 'He saw many ood towns but no place preferable to Jpper Alton for a residence. Mr W. D. Wilson has returned from few weeks 1 viait t<> the Golden State, ad reports himself as niuoh pleased with "the glorious climate ol Call* ornla." Mr. W. D. Hodge,an old Upper Alton oy, now. Division Superintendent for he C. & N. W. R. R.with headquarters t Boone, Iowa, ia in town tqfjay. BIVUK The river is falling. . ';<$& ; Tint Gem City came up Jn the, regular trade last evening and will run here* after until the Spread Eagle is thoroughly repaired and renovated. Thu Hudson and Gum City fur Graf* ton, are the boats to leave this evi. nlng. k Coal. Buy your Hard and Soft Coal of H. L. Winter and vet the best. Oflloo at Mook's Pharmacy, Third street, and in Job's new block, corner Seoond anil Henry sts. Telephones No's. 21 and 61, d7m Tax Notice, All taxpayers of Alton Township aro hereby notiQud that the tax books will bo closed on the 24th of this month and n turned to Edwardovdie on I ho 86th, and that they will save expense by seu lling before that lute. V. BRUCH, dUI Township Collector. Mr. Chftrii/X'Sttnor , l»ft today for Batata. Mr. J last at , . Foster arid Ch»leniiw»orth, of irtC,. fatoMd thl* offlee with t> wll todajfi • - " " ' UN. J. p.-Mtsbtft ntafacd night from a.vlsit with Her Mrs. Alei. Smith, of Paimym. Mn. U.. I. Crane is preparing to remove to Wichita to Join her husband who ban been thtre nearly a year. Mr. Win, M. Fabnestooki of Wanda, a prominent farmer on the American Bottom, was In town this morning. Miss Belle Smith, of Cincinnati, 0., who has been the guest of Miss Sadi Jarrett, has returned home after t pleasant visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks, wh accompanied Mr. Harris to California have decided to remain in that State an have located In San Diego oounty. Mrs. Hemv Watson leaves for Califo- nia this evening where sue will spen some weeks. Her husband will accom pany her part of the way. • ttev. J. A. Soarritt was down Jrom Jeraejrville today calling on his ok friends and pariithioners, who ar always glad to meet him. Mr. Wm. L. Harris, of Wood River who has been traveling through Call fornia since tbe 8ih of December,- ha luit returned- much improved in health and was well pleased with his trip and the country. • • Capt. and Mrs. J; K. Butler and Family and Miss Mabel Challacombe went to Medora today to attend the celebration of the 40th anniversary o .he wedding of Mr. and Mrs. N 3hallacomb*, Mrs. Butler's parents. An excess of animal food and a par Hal closing of tbe. pores of the hkm during thn winter , months, cause thi VHtera to becoran ttlled with'impurities I'hese can be removed and the blood >uritied and invigorated by taking Ayer's Satsaparilla. Price $1.. dwlw A Remedy In Kid any Affection. "My kidneys were so affected 1 have >een compelled to get up as ranch as en times in one night. I had pains In my aide, back and left shoulder, anc when down could hardly r se. I wa« unable to bend my body, without great pain. I tried Simmons Liver Regula- or and niy o-mdnion has improved so much that 1 hardly ever feel any of my old trouble." W. Johnson,'Express Agent, Macon, Ga. tu th s wk TUB CeNTKAL MISSOURI. A Transcontinental Roite.—The B. & u. Problem. MEW YORK, March 21—The develop meats today seem to point strongly t > tbe Atchi.ion as the corporation that will ultimately acquire control of tbe Baltimore and Ohio road. This view B believed to be confirmed by the fre quent .conferences which have lately >een held at the office of Frank C. Hoi- ins & Co., at which Irving A. Kvana, of Boston, was present. Among otban iresunt at different times were John D. °erry, of St. Louis; Morrison, of Inn JbicBgo, Burlington & Quinor; Presi* dent C. H. Andrews of the PittBbnrg, Cincinnati & Toledo, «nd D L. Wine, 'resident of tbe St. Lonis & Chioairo. When Frank C. Uollins returned from he west today, be wan accompanied by ^resident Judsonof the St. Joseph &St. _<oui!i railway, which 'property, it is tated, ha< already bet-n told to a new merest. While on his-Weocern trip Mr. lollins closed contracts tor the imme- iate construction of 371 miles of ibn >ntral Mwguuri Bysturn. It la known hat Mr. Holims b*s be(-n approached nany tunes in reference to the IVtlti- moru and. Ohi'i deal, but he refused to onnect himself with u. If, as this dispatch indicates, thn 'entral Missouri 1,1 a section <>f a new ranHcontinental system the probability bat tbe main Una will orosi tbe river t this point is increased, and for this eaaon: the new trunk lystem must roas the Mississippi at, or near, St. <OUIH, in order to unite its eastern and western sections; if the managers should ecido to oross at St. Louis over tbn roposed Merchants* bridge, it would e five or six ynars before tbe two ystems, separated by the Mississippi, ould be united, No great contiuental ne could afford to wait that long for consummation of its plans. If, herefore, tbn above diipatch is based n fact It u easy to see that the manners of tbe new trunk line cannot wait or the building of the St. Louis bridge, ut will unite their east and west systems by a bridge at Alton, which could e completed at small cost within a ear. ;DUorderi which Affect the kldnry*. TO auon* tbe moat lortnlduble known Dlu- etc ,Drain's disease, gravel, und other oom- talnu of the urinary organi are not ordlnnrl cured in luvrre cavet, but they raaj bo verted by tlmelv medloutlon. A usef 1 llumluni ol ihn urlnury vlandi hut ever bein ouad In lloelottoi'» Stomach Hitter*, a modi- no whloh not only BfloKU the requlnl e Imulu* when they beonine Inactive, but In. roH«e» ttivlr vigor and ht*ur«tiT,iiit>*»*,or. Ky cnmrluv the xotlvliy ..of. tlio klUnuyu und ladder, Oils mrdlcliio baa the uildulnnui (too • ol expel lu« from the i l»»d Imnuiitteg ¥hlah It li tliu peuullitrofllrflof llioao oriruui f> ollmlnule and pauu off. The Itlttur* \»H\to purlnerando rmiKthuiierodhe bowuU, un irigorantof tlieaioinuvh, and n m»tt>me»» imwly for blllouoneim unit lever mid avue. oounteiaot»at«n<'encvtopriji'auiredet>ay. id luitjtlniandooialorta tbeagoduod lu' ' AWMODMOENBWT. W« kutbori*«d teaonouno^ ADOLPH IN. BEN a* a candidate for Aaneeoor at tbe en- ulug lgwh»Ulp I'loctlon. Wo are uutUorUod to announce JOHN P, UUSaitoanti'dMe for Towiuulp OoUeo. or. file«(IOBTu««d*y, 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 COLOliS in MOST RECENT MAKES. BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS CP. And all at Piersoi & Cair i I m READY-MIXED PAINT, white andlcolors. 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 an<Uott Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVEE BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. They have no equal. Alwt KOOFfNO and OtHTBHINO und JOBBING done MreMOnnbl* ;at«>4. Cull uiul ex mine my Jtock bu(ure purohuoliu uUuwhure. 532 Bast Seoond st s , 5tnd0or west of Henry GOLD and SILi"V SHIRTS, The best for the Money, mm, 2d and £11

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