Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 24, 1887 · Page 5
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t * fWu HMrjbo to carefully irtmd ih 8 iiumn.—H. J. Bowman ft Co. 'quality of' Bhlrting Prints'* In o«*r etyWs are Go, at H. J. iBowraatt ffCoVi. YARD wide deary Fenangs to 40 new », at H. J. Bowman A Co'». Wx aw showing some tery pretty iitylen, medium and dark dress satins at 12 l-2e per yard.—H. J. Bowman A Co. y« . • • SPRING stylos o( those very popular • Century Cloths are now on sale at 11. J. Bowman & Cp'a. ' Fonry piece;) Crinkled Seersuckers In choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. .:V.' - .' ._.. PALMKK Seersuckers, Tolll Du Nords , Dress and Domestic Ginghams In grea£ variety, at H. J. Bowman & Oo's. WE are showing a complete stock of Spring Woolens for dress stoods.inoiUd. ing double width Cable Twil Isat 16o;40 inch cashmere at 250; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—H. J. Bowman & Co. INCUR Silk Department we are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Kbadames In 'every new and popular shade. In Black Silks we are offering some splendid values in Gron Grains, Surahs, Rhadatnes, Fiiillo Francaise and Bro« oadfls.—H. J. Bowman &> Co. ' I ' ' f^— —— •-— IN VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and Frefee -Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets and ; Plushes 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 have been mode to this Department during the last two weeks and we are prepared to show every real good stand&rd fabric and many novelties.—H- J, Bowman & Co. : ':. - _Lll_—' '- •' ' IN omi Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of White Flannel m all Wool and Domet, also many pretty stylos, Striped Sacqtle- ingB, Tricots and'.Albatross, in ,all the popular shades.^-H. J. Bowman & Co. WE ARE prepared to show a complete line of Spring'..Hosiery. .We have retained all the old favorites and added many, new lines. lu Fabric and Kid Gloves we show all' the popular make* including plain and embroidered back", dressed and undressed.—H-. J. Bowman &Co. . -.7.'';f •'"','' . ' '• IN OUR Sbirt Departmentyon can find a real good white shirt for oOc and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirt' and, all sizes, In Boys', Laurel Shin Wahts.—H-. J;-.Bf>wman-&Coi. • ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. . THtTB3ftAy EVJK., MAKt'H 24. HOTICJE TO For tbe ytiur W87 we iballcuarg« tht following rote's tot tnuuteat aotioM In oar local colnmctt " Ptnftto insertion , . - i lOiwmt. Three to five ln»*rttoag, . • 7 " au to tweire iuMttioDR, . ft " RATES or At»YS&Ti«lMo> Inuiwttrr.—FJFTf cent* p«r Inoh lirat In- Mitlon, aud TirSttTT-firS oo'nt* ptr luoh for each nubs, yueut lBB«rtlon. $3 per Inch Ur»t month; fiBO p»r taoli each month thereat tor '• '•'"'•' IJCOAL, ADVBRTIStKO! VI per itkoli for the flrat liuertlun, and ao Venta per Inch lor each subsequent Insertion, 4ST Above ratea will be otiletly adhered to. TUB DAILY TELEQEAPH is delivered by carriers to ail piirtsof tho city of Alton and Upper Alton, (or ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate ot |6 30 per year. THK TKLEUItA Pll baa the lamest circulation of any paper In Alton, and la the beat uiudlum for advertisers. OOKNKB Tumi) AND 1'IASA 8IKBBTS. TKLE- PHOMB.N0.8». ___ ' • THK masquerade parly for the benefit of the Turners* sehuol netted abiut $60. Shoes, best quality, cheap »l Olobe. * MTSWlt , Tan Weeklf edition ot tl» GRAPH, for this date, is for sale »t this oflloe and the bookstore. THE base ball season opens today at Spoilsman's park, St. Louis, when the Browns will meet the Prickly Ash nine. A, lot of Ibbotson's beautiful Cards, have been received at Jewelry and Art Goodsostore. the first choice. Easier Race's Sncure 233 ViHOLDENS. Second street,near >, corner 01 Hunry '-FOB- FINE : STATrONEBY. • 8nvh ni Orano'B Floral, WhiMnit'a Standarc Pmiwrs, Hiirlbut's FroDO'i Llnene, Kcllp--. KajtK»a Edee, Bllte Bagued Kdiie, Balmor.ii Ltnon, Urifflu'8 Unen, • Turkey Laid Linen •, P-Hon Blow, MlhaOo, Ohnrrea Edige, Oreati Laul, MournlnK Mote, and 0 lance aswrtme-i rt Illuminated and D«oorated Htatlonerv Denntson'a Wax and tJeate. School Table and Stationery. •• ducedwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CHEAP FOB OA8H ON TJMB PAYMENT ptanos and Organs tuned anl repaired Sewing Machines repaired Pupnlliw for all Mu- o.imes. N. 1). LAMOUKUX, Mnslo Deiler, Third utreet, nearly opposlr- Belle.Altou 111. -, deoBdwly WATCH • OB THE BAROilNfl.1V JOB'S COB, HCILUING, IIBNKV t»T., AT HUM. D. HEITKAMF'S, Allklnd* of Fancy, Hand raude, Knit and Oro cu -tgoods. Hoodg.TobagKans and Mils. Men' SCRIMS and Kaaclnatora at very low price-. . Also Dressmulilug. 1'luln and Family Sewing and BtamplnK P ne. Oome and glveuui call. Don'tlorget tbep'aoe. d«4«rtwlv -OAtL A7-, C.M. CrandalJ's Crockery Store FOB THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cupa and Sauoere, 80c per set. Good 8-inob Plates, 30o per set, Meat Dishes, 5o to 50o each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to oOc eaoh. Pitchers, 5o to 60o each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c W>r set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Siiucers, 15o per set. Fruit Dishes, 5o to 75o each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets, 50c per Bet. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, $15. Best quality of T.riple-platocl Knives, KSOuoraet. Triple Plated Forks, $1.50 per set INDICATIONS for Illinois: Fair weather in the northei n portion; light rains in the southern, portion, becoming colder; ^esterly winds. , A complete line uf Spring and Summer Goods for Gent's. Wear, lately received by H.C. G.Moritz, Third street. » mohlj if 'i'HK St. Louis House of Delegates railroad -committee met yesterday and decided to inspect tho route of the Merchants' Bridge Terminal railway. ' Just Received—Those much sought for and perfect fitting Boys' and Children's Suits, at the clothing store ot Joestlng & Saohtleben. 11 12 A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magnolia are the beat cigars in the market. DIED—Prof. H. ft. Kleebler, former^ Superintendent of the public schools of ftdwardsville and Colliifsville, died at San Diego, Cal., last Friday. Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Rudershansen & Sonntag. Third street. dtf THE farmers ot the Nineteenth Congressional district held an institute meeting at Mi. Vernon yesterday. Hon. D. B. Gillham,of Upper Alton, is prominent in the proceedings. The meeting continues today; We beat the world on low prices, for good goods, at the Globe, Alton. 23 2 wit Dr. Bull will pub In an upper or lowoj set of teeth for $8. Office closed Wednesdays, d s wtf ACCIDENT—A colored boy, nameri Ed. Coats, was driving Deterding's delivery wngon this afternoon, and iii making a short turn on Second street, partially upset tbe vehicle and was thrown out. At first he wan thought to be badly hurt and was carried into tbi store, but soon rallied and is probablj not much injured. Beautiful French and Domestic Sateens latest patterns at the Globe. 23 2 wli Orir TUB TRACK.—A cur heavily loaded with flour from StanarU's mill became derailed this morning at thu corner of front and Piasa streets. The load caused the oar to careen so that it Ktood at an angle of about 45 degrees, neing held in that position by tbe couplings of the cars at the front and rear. Although greatly strained by the weight -ustained the car was not broken. OKK Justice ot the PeVoe w to be eUoted at th« next township election In addition to the regular official*. MR. H. B. Baker today sent a 12 horse power traction Monitor engine to Fo«« terburg to run a mill at that place. ON A KAMPA«K—A number of alleged roughs were on a rampage in Middle* town last night. About 8:30 o'clock-a parly of a dozen swept along Twelfth street like a miniature tornado, wittt a lo«d uproar. An hour later a gentleman passing along near the corner 6t Hunry and Union streets was compelled to take refuge behind .a tree box to escape a shower , of bullets. Thore wasn't "much of a shower" after all, but two pistols, at least were discharged. Nobody hurt. MR Walter Pelbam, the distinguished English;humorist, poet and elocutionist, will give his refined entertainment, entitled "Laughter, or Pelham^s Peoul- Ur People," at Monticello Seminary tomorrow evening. This entertainment consists of an infinite number of sketches, impersonations, delineations and •atrtcal, but- life-like likenesses of popular typas and characters, Mr. Pelham possessing the wonderful power of transforming himself, before the spectators, into the callow school boy, the senile philosopher, the empty headed beau, or ihe strong-minded and superior female personage. Those who receive Miss HaskeU's invitation to this elocutionary treat can consider themselves fortunate. WEDDING ANNIVERSABV-.—Cnpt. and Mrs. J. K. Butler, with Miss Mabel Uballacombe' returned yesterday 'from attending the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. M. Ohailacombe, of Medora, which took place Tuesday. There was a large gathering of relatives and friends of Mr. and Mr. C. on the auspicious occasion. The hours were passed enjoyably m social intercourse and the exchange' of reminiscences common to such reunions. Some of those in attendance treated j the company to readings, a splendid dinner was sewed and the Affair, on the' whole, was a great success. Tbe bride and groom of four decades were presented by their friends with many beautiful gifts as mementoes of tbe occasion. ftU paper I* kup' on »>« HI MM *««• of ADVERTISIN GENTS fl8 BUJLDIN8 M! Having resumed operation the Sparks Milling Co. will furnish customers with i heir popular "Electric Light"-flour tit, $4 75 per barrel, delivered free to all parts of the oily, ml dwlm Now goods in all shades and colors, which will be made up in suits at reasonable prices. All goods cut anil made by the New York Fashion Review. We guarantee a fine fit,at Brueggeman, tba Taibr's. Ifi dwlra THE Grafton people suggest that the E-vule Packet company aud the Hudson should compromise their present contest on the following bams: tbe Hudson to leave St. Louis lor Graf ton eveiy morn., Ing, and leave Grattoo for St. Louis every afternoon; the Spreud Eagle to leave St. l/ouis every evening and Grafton every morning. The Graflon folk* claim that this compromise would be benetiulal to all concerned, and (hut much additional trade could be worked up in Ibis way both for the steamboats and the railroad. New MllllricTy Good* at the Plobe Hats trimmed to order, first claim, free. 23 2 wl( Money to loan on improved property. For PMttadMh SSS&tA PKK80NAL. 7 Col. BrenhoU spent yesterday at Jersey ville. .'-'..' Judge Uennlson, of St. Louis, was in town today. Hon. A. N. Tancoy, of Bunker Hill, was in town today. Mr. C. B. Stafford, the Graf ton banker, says the Central Illinois yo will be extended to Alton ; that it has worked up a bie business and cannot afford to lose it next winter, Mrs. T. G. Boone is visiting her friends in this city. She has left Mt. Olive and will go next month to rejoin her daughter, Miss Maggie M. Boone, at Lafayette, Oregon. ' ' TUB STATE PAIE. A number of bills in relation to the permanent location of the State Fair have been introduced in the State Senate but they are permitted to lie dormant pending the action of . the Senate on the bill of Mr. Faxon's which passed the Honte locating the fair at Springfield. Opinions are con dieting on the probability of the concur rence of tho Senate • Senator Hadley, we are informed, is of opinion that, tbe action of the House in permanently locating -ifce iair a Spriugfleld will not be approved by thi Senate, but that two locations will bi favored by that body, one in tho north e<*n and one in the «>utbern • section o the State, tho fulr to be ield at onel point on alternate \ ears. If thmyitwis correct, and Senator Hudley, dyubtlesa knows tho sentiment of his associate*, an effort should be mode Io secure the southern location in Allon. -Tfa,ls IB ih< Urgest and most accessible ' city in Southern ; Illinois, and ought to be awarded ihepiwe. An cffoi't should b made lo secure It. H«re i"«omu work right at hand, for the Alton Imprt ment Company. Kemymber iho loca lion is permanent, not for ot)« yea What Makes « B«om I Did it ever occur to 'you, while talklr, of the big boom tbe towns of Kansa t»nd othor western States aro bavine that if the people of Petornburg an Munarii county wnuld go to work Ilk" those of the places named we woul< gi>un have a boom of our own (hut wuul ei'lipso thi'UHp Why shimlduU we We have better soil ; we have be tie seasons; we have better facilities fo getting to market; we bare cool am wood at our very door, which they hav not ; these and other advantages are in our fuvor, and whenever our peopl wake up and avail thutriselvi'H of then advantages we shall have an era o prosperity such as I lie .lomlnst onthu »m«t UHH not diuatn«'d of. Wake up.— fcYKKTM. Alderman Beall knd his lamlly #ei« reotod i>y a »urpr'i<wi party last eva», Ihg, the n«*ir being a sootal dedloa* ton of thb fine residence they hare ni<;ly ocnupied on Ninth street. ^There a targ« aUeodnbee nnd all en1>)y<>.d to the fuilnm t>xt<mt, , the nt* xumttert gueaU b.eing wdoomwl With ruo hospitality. Tbo hours wire pans-' d in the rendition of charades ntid by iher amusemeots. muiic, voval and nstrumental, giving a zest tp the g«n»r- 1 pleasure A fine s-uppcr, arranged rom the ooramusary nuppli«s of the isitorg, was served >»nd provod a fe&at I good things. The pttrty,flo«»d at a ate hour, b«lng univflrnally protiounced succMn in every particular'. T. fl. T, CLUB. The T. S. T. club, a sonial nrgauizit iou of young ladiex, wan entertained ast uveoing by llltw Mary Abbott, at h« rebldence on Alby »tr«Rt, of her nthur, Dr. L. A , Abbott. Thii evening pout in an .^nj'iyablu manner, games and Aniu u eni«nti serving o while away the hours. A aump'uous upper was nerved, including all the and luxuries procurable. CUT CONVENTION. The Republicans of the several wards if the city of Alum,;. and .all voters de.Hiring to co-opbrate with thorn in curing a better, more efficient and more progressive admtfiistraUoij of city nfiuirs, are requested , to meet la pri- nary meetings, at City Hall, on Thursday evening, April 7th, at 7:80 o'clock, o nominate candidates for Aldermen n their respective wardH, ami Hl.so lu appoint de)»Kates to a City Republican Cunven'tinn to be held at tliu • same place, Friday eveniiit?, A^ri) 8tli, to minate canditlateH for Mayor, ' (Jity Clerk, ' City Treasurer, • City Attorney, o be voted for at tb« munioipat eloc- ion April 19th; the several wards to bi entitled to the following representation n thtt city convention: First ward, 8 delegates. Second ward, 6 'delegates. Third ward, 8 dolegutes. Fourth ward, '8 delegates. : Fifth ward, 8 delegates. Sixth ward, 6 delegatex. Seventh ward, 7 delegates. Total number of delegate*, 61.* And to transact such 'other busincs- as may properly come before the meiit- ng. CHAS.,HOld)EN, JB, J.K. BUTLER, GKO. D. HAYDKN, H. G.,M'PIKK, S. F.CONNOR. H. S.^B^KER,JK., F. w. HOPPE, H. B.STARR, Republican Central Committee. . TOWNSHIP TIUN. We FUEL and KNOW we are offering an assortment of DRESS GOODS never equaled by us before. STANDARD GOODS of all kinds. NEWEST STYLES and COLORS 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 Piersi & Carr 16, Co. Ttie Hopublicana of Alton townablp ana nil oiberB deainiij; to cooperuli- witb them at the election Tuetidiiy, April 5tb, are rf queued to . meet ii \IHSB Convention nt City Hiill, Moncla> evening, Maicih 2Hih, to nominate nan- didnte;) for t he following offices : One Supervisor. Three Ansistant Supoi visors. OIHI Town Clerk. One Collator. ••' One Asncssor. One Highway And t'> iraiisaot auy othor basines propwlv nouimtt hefumihe meeting. CHASi HOI.PfcN, JR., J. K. BUTI.EK, OEO. D. HAVPKN, H. G fll'I'IKB. S. F. CONN <K,2 H. a. BAKEU; Ju., . F. W. HOPPE. H. B. 8TAKK, Republiuun Cutilral Cum. E. G. Spukling, tho niiih wlio framed the original Legul-Tonder. net, is stll" living in Buffalo. Ho is nearly 80 years of age. At the breaking out of the War he wns a loading rauuiber of Ute Lower House of CongresH. .His famous bill, known as the- Legitl-Toudor act, was slightly altered before its introduction by Soerutitry Chase ana Mr. Lincoln. The original! bill is now iu the ]M>s8csslon of its author. Mr. Spaldlng is a bank Pree'^cni and is worth f 10,000,000. A writer in the Iloston .Pout says "Some yoat'B ago I noticed for tho first time a frail young girl who,. had taken her position as a oaiuly-sollor ju u door 'way upon a partkmlarly cold -stroot. 1 nlarkcdlior . appearance with a sigh, feeling Burttlmttljosevevilv-o/ a .single wintw would (wusign 4i«r U> ail eui'ly gniv«. But what Jius buflti tho She huH Hat in the- saluts .pla<M! ovor gince, anil inHt»ai\ of going iut»>* ilo- cliue she hns improvoil in looks y«ar by year, unil in now piwltiyujy rohust." r.Dl«ord«ri which Affect tbj>kldu«yi. Are «B»on« the moit formidablo known. Dla b«t«<- .Brtfrbt'n i>l»e»»e, gravel, »nd other com plaints of ttuiUlitoMry or^nat arc not ordlnarl ly oared in Mvrre OM«*, but tttey tony b« averted by timoJv mwKontlon., A UR«( •MrauUnt of the urinary Rlind«Bif«' ever h«cn found lu Hoatotujfo Stomtoh IlItMN, « modi clnewulah not only affordu tb« rWmUi < Blimulux when they beonoM) inactive, but In creu»e« their vigor and soorMlvn power, I»y tfoma^lng the activity (of the kidney* un< bladder, Ail" meUlcIno has. tho t utUllilnnal effect of expel tag Jroifc Wfc tflp%;IBi which It la the pflaullRfnfl)cn'<)fino«e' to ullmlnm* ana paw ott. The Btttora ta »l»o a purifier and rr«nicth»nerolt)te bowela. an Invivorant of tbe atoroacn, and n mati'bl*»B remedy for tiUtouwew anu {ever and It oounteraotB a ten' enov to pr-'n'atnre deoay • nd eustttlus and aomloru thu agod and io firm. Dre&s Goods II * 1} ' '€ AT READY-MIXED PAINT, white anOolors. PAINT GROUND THICK, in White and colors, . to be thinned with oil. - WHITEtEAD, OILS and COLORS. ALABASTINE, WHITIKG, and GLUL Marsh's Drug Store. Largest and Most Corn- plate ABBortment of Hard arid >olt Goal and Wood . Cook and Heating Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. They hava no equal. Also ROOKING ana UUTTKIUNO and. JOBBING done ttreuooaMe rittee. Oull and uxhmlne my stock before purchasing ulsewbure. 532 East Second st,, 9 5th door west of Henry A. J. Degenhardt GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money. AMMOUMOUMKMT. We autborlcud tn announce ADOLPII IN. VKEN us a candidate for Asuoswr at tb« «p- »«lui{ townililp eltioMon, ' .', Wo are au'boHted to announce JOHN p. KDIIK ai « candidate (or Townsalp 'OoU*»> tor. Kitction, Tue»d*jr,Aprilitb. '

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