Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 28, 1887 · Page 3
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,*?-.' WJG fttk fofl to 'ocffefully read this column.— H. J. Bowman & Co. BEST quality of Shirting Prints In pretty, new stylos are 60*. at H. J. Bowman & Co'a. " • ^ YAED wide heavy Penangs in 40 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. WE ore showing some very pretty styles, medium and dark dress satin.? at 12 l-2o per yard.— H . J. Bowman & .Co.' . • • • , : •- • ;, , • . SPRING styles of those vory popular Century Cloths are now on sale at H. J. Bowman.& Go's. .- ( • FORTY pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. • _ PALMBB Seersuckers, Tolll I)u Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams in great rariety, at H. J. Bowman & Co's.i WK are showing ft complete slock oi Spring Woolens for dress goods.inciud- ing double width Cable Twiljsat 16o;40 inch cashmere at 26o-, also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make .—H . J. Bowman & Co. IN oca Silk Department we ave show ing Surahs, Gros Groins and Khadames in every new and popular shade. la Black Silks we are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Rhadames, Faille Francaise and; Bro^ cades. — H. J. Bowman & Co. IN VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and Frelze Kovelties, 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 CALLvlpeoial 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 good standard fabric and many novelties.— H. J. Bowman & . IN OUR Flannel Department can be found every 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. " WE ABE prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. We have retained all the old favorites and added msiny new lines. In Fabric and Kid Gloves we show all the popular makes including plain and embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.— H. J. Bowman & Co. ; ' IN OUR Shirt Department yon can find a real good white shirt for 60o and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shins and all sizes in Boys' Lanrel Shirt 'Waists.— H. J. Bowman & Co. ALTON DAILY MONDAY EVE., MARCH as. - NOTICE TO AJUVBBTIBK1JS, For the year 1887 we shall charge the following rates for transient notices in our local colmmu: •>'.'. •••:'. . •••'•'• PteUnt. Single jngerHon. . . . 10 cents. Three to flYelnwrttdns,' . ' . 7 " Six to twelve ln»flrtlon«, . . 6 " HATES OF AOVBRTISINQ: InUnnWt.—FJFTT cents per Inch flrtt Insertion, and TWENTY-FIVE cents p«r inch (or each subsi quout Insertion. $8 per tnch drat mouth, $1.60 por lnoU;oaoU month thereafter. LEGAL ADVERTISING: SI. per Inch (or the flrnt Insertion, and SO cents per inch (or each subsequent Insertion. KT Above rates will be stilotly adhered to. TUB DAILY TELKGBAP11 IB delivered by carriers to all parts of the city of Alton and Upper Mton, for ten cents per week. Mailed' to any address at the rate of $8.20 per year. THE TELEGRAPH has the largest circulation 'of any paper in Alton, and Is the boat medium for advertisers. OoKKEtt TllIttD AND PIASA STREETS. TELE- rUONKNo.88. REMEMBER the Republican township convention at City Building this eve- WANTED. — Twenty-five boys wanted at the Ulaas Works. It MB. Jas. Bell is putting a corrugated iron roof on his new livery stable on Second street. . THE Central Missouri bridge matter is said still to hinge on the question of terminal facilities in.St. Lonis. THE daily packets are doing some good running but wait till the "Renty Doddler" comes out. Wanted—A first class girl for general house work. Must be well recommended.—Mrs. T. L. Fansler, State street, near Seventh, 26 2 IF any one can suggest a better way to put competent men in the field than by party nominations now is the time to mention it. '•• Use the most fragrant and best coffee in the market, Forbes 1 Blue Mountain Jamaica. For sale by all first class grocers. 283eod A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. C, G. Moritz, Third street, rnohl? tf UO •JO Second atreet,near » corner ot Henry -FOB- FINE STATIONERY, , Elite Ragged Edge, £Sfen, Orlfflu'B LmenTTurkeAald Linen. Pebon Blow, Mikado, OUarred Edge, dream Uiil, Mournlug Note, and a large assortment oJ illuminated and Decorated (Stationery. OeisSSm'8 Wax and Seals. School Tablets and Stationery. _ decBdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CHEAP FOB CASH ON TIME PAYMENTS Pianos and Organs tunod and repnlreU Stw SB Machines. repaired N. 1). Btreot WATCH MBS. D. HKITKAMP'S, AUktads of Fancy, Hand made, Knit andCro- cn t goods. Hoods.Tobaggana and Mils. Men's Bcaria and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowlnff mil Stamping Dine. Oomo and give us a call. Don't iorget the place. decB rtwly —OALL AT— C.M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOlt TOE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cupa and Saucers, 80o per set. .GoodS-inch Plates, 80o per set. Meat Dishes, 6c to 60c each, Vegetable Dishes, 5o to SOc each. Pitchers, 5o to 60c each. . Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15o par set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20o per set. Fruit Saucers, 15o por sej, Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75o eaoh. . Assorted Color Cologne Sets, 50c por set. . Beautiful Decorated English Dm- mer Sets, $15. Best quality of Triple-plated 'Knives, 1.50nor sot. Triple Plated Forks, 81.50 per set Th« Lutlo Comedy bonlieam. '' ' '•Standing room only" Was displayed t Theater Royal last night. Miss Oalnf s "M'Liw" was most pleasing, and er rendition of tho charaoier stamped er as a sonbretlo actress of more than rdinary nient. Her singing and dano- ng were rapturously applauded.and she was called before the curtain at the lose of eaoh not, when the applause raft prolonged and. of the heartiest esorlptlon.— Montreal Star, Jan. 6th. Opera Uonse, Friday and Saturday. aturday matinee. ' • REPUBLICAN This is the evening for the Republican onvention at City Building to nomi- ate a ton nsbip ticket for the election pril 6th ... There should bo a good urn out and a ticket put in the held tat will command the support of every oter. SUPPLIES. Oils, Needleu, and Farts of all all Machines, We have " now the B, & GK.Howe ' Shuttles. Also Turkish Bug Patterns and Machines Wanted--Man with 8160 to handle special hue of goods in Madison county; no competition, investment will pay $75 per month. Call on Carr, at Kirwin's Tin Store, State .street. It* ICE formed one fourth of an inch thick last night and the ground was hard frozen. The man who hadn't made his garden found himself as well off this morning as the too previous in* dividual who '•put in his seeds three weeks ago. Dress making, east side of State street, a few doors above Fourth. — Kate Clifford. 2812 A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Rudorshausen & Sonntag. Third street. dtf MB. Wm. Armstrong returned from Oalhoun county, yesterday morning with a barge load of white sand for the glass works in tow of the Gem City. He has brought down 2,000 tons of this sand since navigation opened this season. Having resumed operation tho Sparks Milling Co. will furnish customers with their popular "Electric Light" flour at $4.76 per barrel, delivered free to all parts of the city. ml dwlm How CAN we get up a boom*P aska a correspondent. In'the first place be must have 8ometh,in£ worth booming and then use printers' ink. A merchant who does not advertise does, no! deserve a boom in business, and, whai is more, will never have one. . New goods in all shades and colors which will be made up in suite ft 1 reasonable prices. AH goods out and made by the JSow York Fashion Review We guarantee a line flt.at Bruoggoman tho Tailor's. 16 dwJ m ^ A FALL.- Little Elsie Hewitt, daugh tor of Mr. Goo, K, Hewitt, while piny ing with some other children in he father's buggy in Mlddletown, Fridaj evening, fell from the vehicle, alighting on her head and .shoulders, and sustained injuries that rendered be unconscious for several hours. Dr Uuelioh was called and attended to th sufferer. Fortunately h'er injuries war not of a serious nature. She was doing well today, , Adrloe to Mofliers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, fo children toothing, Is tho presorption o one of tho best female nurses and phy siolans in tUo United States, and ha been used for forty yean with never failing success by millions of mother for their children, During tho proooH of teething iu value is Incalculable. I relieves the child from pmn, cure dysentery mid dmrrbma, griping in th bowelsi »nd wlnd-oollo. By glvin health to tbo child it route the mother Pnoo 2&o » bottle. • la 16 m w s wk TRYINU TO SOW DISSENSION. Certain Democrats, knowing that iero party is unable to unite for the urpose of holding a township or city onvention, are endeavoring to sow dls- ension among Republicans for the urpose of nullifying their intention f holding conventions to nominate ckets for the April elections. They go to "A," for instance, representing lat the convention is m the interest f "B," with whom "A," is at iwords oint; tkeo they go to. B. and make the same representations as o A, thus endeavoring to stir, up fao- ions against each other. This isn't a mart gaofe, but it is being played here oday for all it is worthl The Demo- rats .being at loggerheads among hemselves recognize that their only opo is m dividing the Republicans, nd they are endeavoring to do it. 'he truth is the conventions are in no ndividual's interest. They are mass onrentions and could not be controlled y individuals if they so desired. Tangerines at S. F. Con nor'3. It B1VER JiEWS. .* The r.ver is falling. The Hudson and Gem City for Graf- on are the boats to leave this evening. The Spread Eagle has been repaint- d, recaulked, recarpeted and her m»- hlnery repaired, so that she will ap- ear like a regular river udine when he re-enters the trade which will be (Veduesday or Thursday. The Hudson will commence running according to the new arrangement nest Monday. The time schedule has not 'yet been arranged but it is bought she will leave St. Louis it 9 a. m. leaving Alton for Graf' on aboutnoon, the Eagle packet •unmng as heretofore. Capt. Hill says hat the reason the Spread Eagle was not repaired and repainted here was because it was necessary to place her on the dock at St. Louis in order to do ihe work. A CALL FOB ALDERMAN. To George S. Allen: We, the undersigned, residents of the First ward, knowing you to be interested in the welfare and prosporty of our ward and believing that our city should be represented by those who contribute to her material advance ment, do earnestly ask you to be our candidate for Alderman in the First ward, believing you will work for the best interest of the whole city, irrespec tive of party, and that you will be for the city of Alton, first, and we each do pledge you our hearty support: John F. McGlanU, £. Ptelffer, T. L. Fansler, 11, W. ubamberUIn, abas, f. Degenbardt, Sam'l Pitts, Geo. H. Smiley, A. J. Howell, U. W. Hart, Wm. E. Smith, W. D. Sparks, Gco. A. Winter, James Brown, J. Quarton, Sub, Wlue, • D. U. Sparks, James \V. Kerr, Jas. H. Aldous, 0. Wuerber, John A. limner, A. H. Wuerker, H. K. Hart, 11. 0. G. Moritz, 0. B, Bobland, Robt, 0. Oousley, Obarles Kuebu, Jolm J. Brenbolt, John Hale, W. N. Oarhart, James M. Cotter, I.ucas ^(elffenherger, Wm. Stem, E. ti. Ooulding, Win. A. Hildebrand, J, K. Butler, T. L^Foulds, Paul f. Haugen, Win. Shaffer, Louli Hftuuen, John Biake. L. 0. Terry, Paul Maul, Jr., Kd. Doty, James Milieu, W. N. Dunvera, l>. Doyle, Uouls Wlitt, • O. Pile, A. 8, Flosa, W. L. Klunh. MlebuclFlynu, J. A. Baynolda, P L. Robldou, Wm. Armstrong, P. U. Sullivan, Joun Howard, Jos W. Wise, Louis, llurphy, H. Jobnslone, 'I. B. Handle, David Mlllen, U. Maerdlan, David Ml.len, Jr., I.T.Webb. lien], Allen, Lawrence Btohr, Jr., Wm. Hone. G, F. Boenlcke, Alexis Wise, Frank Cotter, Joseph Floss, John II. Slioolry, Hvmy Klsb, TliO'i'UaO.impholl, Oeo. 8. Wlie, David (Jotter, U.'A. Wilkinson, Oha«. 11. Prick, H. M, Filluy, Olios Luvto, M. H. Bailey. Wm. B. Collins, K. Levls, U. M. Kyan, D.O. White, 1). S. Houtilan, Litwronca Stohr, Sr,, Andy Sterltr, , Thou, ropier, Thou. Toomey, Jolm Ilanlon, Sr,, K. Khrmann, W. It. Murphy, Oeo. B. Kusaell, John lluulon, Jr,, Juiiiou Mutlile, Lerry Jueknon, K, J. IluHlmoll, Andrew Jaokxon, John Bailey, Wm. liuddluaton, Ohus. P. Wine, Jume* MoOune, Money to loan on improved fnrm property. For particulars, apply to * * **»»•* mnt Y^ a ft«*V* r*«r WHIPPLE & SMILEY. Tho only people who keep diaries fo any length of time are those who.koo] them for sale.— Ex, Deaths In St. Louis. There wore 161 deaths In the city during tho week ending Saturday, an Increase of fifteen over the number o the previous week and an Increase o sixteen over the number for the oorres ponding week of last year. There wer 189 bulbs during tho week. Mrs. John Green, of Rush Hill, Mo,, 'ho has been visiting Mrs. Maria Bailor as returned homo, ,. • Cplleotor Bruoh went to Edwardsyllle his morning to settle with the County Treasurer. . . Mr. Geo. W. Little, agent of the fa. orite aotresi, Mm Jennie Calef, WM n the city today. Mr. and Mm. B, F. Sargent returned Saturday from a visit to their son at II Paso, Texas. Mr. Sargent's health as been improved by the trip. B. Atkinson of-Alton, 111., is located t the Manhattan. He will look over he real estate market and make some xtonsive purchases.— Wichita Journal UPPER ALTON. TOWNSHIP—The lists will be filled with candidates for township officers; utthe contest does not'reach either the Supervisorship or Clerkship, there eing but one candidate for eaoh of hese offices. Mr. Gillham, having leolmed to assume another year the uties which he has so faithfully and lonorably discharged for ten years, A. H. Hastings has consented to erve as Supervisor, if elected; a probable result, considering that he has no opposition. &o one appears desir- ns to dislodge the present Clerk, John .everett, so he will, doubtless, be >hosen for a sixth term. Four gentlemen are willing to assess he tax ot 1887, Messrs. L. Powless, G. 1. Johnson, John Glass and S. W. Ball. Messrs. P. H. Montgomery and W. W. Lowe will contest for the privilege >f collecting our next contribution to he expense of government^ For Highway Commissioners: August Seymour U a candidate for reflection, while he is opposed by W. T. Callahan and James Cbessen,- PKKSONAL—Mrs. I. H. Evans goes o Texas for a few days this evening. Miss Hattie Xerkes is home on a visit rom Chicago where she is attending a private elocution school. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Edwards and children, of Minneapolis, Minn., are isiting Mr. Edwards' mother in Upper Alton. Mr.' Orville V. Lowe has returned 'rom a prospecting trip to California. Rev. C. B. Roberts, whose' family lave been wintering here, has accepted he pastorate of a Congregational church in St. Joseph. Mo.,and will soon remove to that lively city. To Prevent. Bedsores. When a person is obliged to lie constantly in one position as is the case with a broken leg, the pressure coming constantly on the same place Bedsores must be guarded ugaiijst. The lower part of the back is most frequently attacked. The nurse should pass her hand under it at least twice a day to see that the draw sheet is free from wrinkles and creases. Morning and night she must bathe it with, a small sponge dipped, in alcohol, or a solution of tannic auid, and when it is dry rub it with corn starch or buckwheat flour. It may seem impossible to her to get her hand underneath, but most beds will yield a little to pressure and by working in a roll of old linen under tho back above the place to be bathed, she will obtain a little space to work in. If in spite of precautions the,back becomes sore au air cushion with a hole in the middle must be iised to prevent th« sore from coming in contact with any surface, or it cannot heal. — Elisabeth Kobinson. Scovil in Ooad Housekeeping. m » ^ A shrewd Chinaman has hit upon an article of export from Ger.nuny which has thus far oscajwcl llio attention of the money-getting Teutons, It is neither nmr« nor less than cast-ofl horseshoes, of which some Berlin firms are about to .«bi]i sonm 3,000 nr 4,000 tons. "The "heathen Cuiiice" has found out that the wrought iron o/ which hovsfshoes tiro, mmta, owing to the constant and even hammering on the pavement, togcihor with the equine animal heat, gradually 'assumes the hardness of steel, cmnbiniul with great malleability and dust icily qualities whic.li lit them moru especially for the manufacture. 1 of knives and sword blades. REPUBLICAN TOWNSHIP t'ONYEN- WON. The Republicans of Alton township anil all others desiring to corporate with them at the election Tuesday, April 5tb, are requested to meet In Moss Convention at City bulding, this evening, March 28th, to, nominate can* didntes for the following offices: One Supervisor. Three Assistant Supervisors. One Town Clerk. . One Collector. One AsBPsaor. • • - > One Highway Comnmslonor. And to transact any other business properly coming before the meeting. CHAS. HOLUEN, Jii., J. K. BUTLER, GEO.D. HAYDEN, H. G. M'PIKE, • S. F. CONNORJ H. H. BAKER, Jtt., F. W. HOPPE, H. B. STARR, Republican Central Com. ANNOUNCEMENT. We authorized to,announce AUOU'l! IN- VBEN UB tToandfdato for Auuonsor at the en suing township cluctloii. Wo arc authorized to announce JOHN f, KUI1X as a candidate lor Township Collector, election, Tuesday, April Wh. WM ate authorised to announce Mr, if, UAHUNKY a» A aimdldnto for Collector at th« ei>6Ulng township election. * 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 COLORS 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 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. Largest and Most Com-t plete Assortment of Hard and IE oft Goal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner, They have no equal. Also ROOFING and GUTTERING and JOBBING done at reasonable rates. Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. 532 East Second st* jsthdoor west of Henry A T ,<J • Q-OLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money, " !<S- ^ "YrtWvi/..^r

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