Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 29, 1887 · Page 3
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My.' bMMM WE ask joti to carefully fond ilis rolumu.—li. J, Bovvmaii'iS: (Jo. _ i BEST quality of Bhlrting Prlnti in firstly new styles are 6c, at H. J. Bowman & Co'g. YARD wide heavy Penangs in 40 new patterns, at 11. J,'Bowman & Go's. WE are showing aomo very pretty style.', medium and dark dress satin* tit 12 l-2c per yard.—11. J. Bowman & Co. . _. SPRING styles of iliose very popular Century Cloths aro now on sale at H. J, S6wman.& Go's. • FORTY pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. . PALMBU Seersuckers, Tolll Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams iri great rariety, at H. J. Bowman & Uo>. ( WK are showing ti complete stock ol .Spring Woolens lor dresH goods.includ. ing uouble width Cable Twills at 16cj40 inch oashtoure at 26o; also Novelty Fabrics'of both foreign and domestic make.—H. J. liowmun & Co. IN outt Silk Department we are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Itbadames in every .now and popular shade. In .Slack Silks we are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Khadames, Faille Francaise and Bro< cades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. •'. IN VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and Freize Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets and Plushes m 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 Goodsi Large additions have been made to this Department during the last two weeks and we are prepared to show e,very real good standard fabric and many novelties.—U. J. Bowman & '.Co. . ' -..:..:'. ',' •'' INCUR Flannel Department can be found nvery quality and width of White Flannel in all Wool and Uomet, also many pretty btylesj Striped Sacque- ings, Tricots and Albatross, in all the popular shades,—H. J. Bowman & Co. ' WK ABE prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. We have retained all the .old favorite* and added many new lines. In Fabric and Kid Gloves we show all the popular make* including plain and embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.—11. J. Bowman &Co. . , IN OUR Shirt Department you can find a real good white shirt for 60c a«nd tbe best made f9r $1.00, also. Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shiru and all sizes in Boyt' Laurel Shirt .Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. ALTON TKI.KORjPH. 29. I NOTICE TO For tlie yeto 1887 wo shall charg«,the following rates (or transient notice* In our local columns: , ' . 10 euut». 7 " 6 " . . Rlnglo Insertion . • Three .to flvu Insertions, SU to twelve IIIMII Hons. UATK8UF TtiASBtwtT.— FtFT-Y ctnts per Inuh first Insertion,, iuiU TIPKNTr-FlVR cent* )>er incli fort'uoti vibs'ijuuiit Insertion. $3 per Inch Hen month, $ 1.80 par Inch e&eh momli tliineatter • LKUAl. ADVERTISING: $1 per Inoli toi' tho first Iriuurtlqn, and SO cents pur Inch tor ouch BUbsoqutml Insertion, H3T Above rutoa will bu eti lolly udburcd to. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH Is tloJtvoroU by ciii'i lers to (ill iiiirtit of thucltyof Alton and Upper Alton, for ten cents per week. Mallei! to any address ut the riitu of $5,20 per your. THE TELEGRAPH tiaa tlio largest circulation ot nny pupur in Alton, and Is tho best medium for ndvertlsord. '.JORNKK TllIllU AND 1'IASA STREETS. TELE- PIIONB.NO.38. Friday night Little Muffets. Saturday matinee, Little Detective. Saturday night, An American Princess. ' Popular prices, 26, 35, 60c. Mutiuee, 16 and 25. Seats at .Chamberlain's. Street cars will wait. Miss Calef-®8 INDICATIONS for Illinois: Warmer, fair weather; southerly winds. Grapes, Connor's. Bananas and Oranges at . It Black and white English checks for ladies in mourning.—Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co. f It Miss Jennie Ctilef, in her specialties* Little Mufftiti, Little Detective, American Princess, &c., is declared to be thf legitimate successor of Maggie .Much- ell. At Opera House; April 1st and 2d. v A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for <Tent?i Wear, lately re ceived by 11. C. G. Moritz, Third street, -inchl? tf Mr. A. Wade is uouilned at dome by aioknass. Mr,,Theo. Lehne left yesterday to take a look at Wichita. Kov. Philip Hcohner, of Brighton, spent; Sunday In this city. Mr. Wm. Montgomery, of Moro, was in town on business today. Mr 11,U. M'Pike returned this morn- Ing from a trip to Chicago, Mis* Nellie Brunner"returned last I'Venlng Irian a visit to Jersevville. Mrs. W. C. Qdlgle.y and her daughters have loft Los AngelflS, Cal., for Santa Barbara. They expect to return here about the first of May. Dr. Iliitkell is now .at Charleston, 8. C., und is improved in health by his Southern sojourn. rio will remain at Charleston until joined by Mr. C. H. llupgoo'd who will leave here tomorrow for that purpose. The two gentlemen will ihmi make a trip ot about two weeks' duration before returning' home. Dress making, east side of State street, n few doors above Fourth, — Kale Clifford. • 28 12 UO 1T/%T T\W'Q Second utreot.nuar CO' XLvMtU laEt Ot corner 01 Huiiry -FOU•FINE STATIONERY, v Such as Crane's Flora'. Wnltinn'a Standard Papers, ttiiclbut's Kruno'.i Uuana, KclltiBt- HorfgeJEduu, Kllte KaKKpd BUKO, Balinoral Llnon, OrilBa's Uiiuu, Turkey uitd Linen, 1-ujcti Blow, Ulliado, Uliurrud Kd«e, Urutiui Uilil, Moui'ulna Note, and a litiW) asoortuioni ot IlluuiiUtttud und D.corated btUllonury. Uenniaou'a Wux and Seals. School TablBU end Htutlonery. __ Jei-aiiwiy PIANOS, ORGANS' and SEWING MACHINES! C.lEAP FOB OASU ON T1MK 1'AYMKNT.- p«Bnos and Oi'Bans tuned anil repaired Stw- . »n« MncWnts ropulrud tiuiiplluR lor Kll Ma- 0.111108. •- - . "> "• LA.SIUBIIUA, WiiBto Ueilor, Third street, Dolls, Alton 111. A universal remark by every smoke, of cigars: Ntsiniuger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. bTUUCK IT RICH—Among the territorial appointments made yesterday bv the President was lhat of Hon. H. O Hillings, of this city, as Receiver 01 Public Moneys at Hailey, Idaho. This is an important p.osition and is said t»> be worth $3,000 pel year. Hindoo Cashmere is an elegant good* for mourn 1 n? costumes.— Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Uo. have them, It real . nearly oupo.lt* decbdwly Money to loan on improved estate. Apply to Hudershausen & Sopntag. Third street. dtf Having resumed operation the Spark- Milling Co. will furnish customers with iheir popular "Electric Light" flou at $4 75 per barrel, delivered free to all parts of the city. lul dwlm New goods in all shades and colors, which will he made up m' suits H.I reasonable prices. All goods cut anil made by tho New York Fashion Review. We guarantee a fine fit.at Brueggemao, the Tailor's. 16 dwlra Black silk in Gros Grain, Rarizimlr; ilso Surah Serges, excellent quality and low prices.—Pierson & Carr Dry lioocts Co. H THE TOWSSUIP TICKET. The Republican township convention which metal the Council Chamber las .evening put the following ticket in the field: Supervisor—John Dow. Asst. Supervisors—Capt. ' John K. Butler, A. 7. Betz, Chas. Henderson. Town Clerk—Wm. M. Qufgley; Collector—John P. Kuhn. Assessor—Adolph Inveen. . • Hiehwny Com.—James Thrush. Justice of the Peace—George F. Barlh. The nominee for Supervisor, Mr. John Dow, is a. popular and progressive business man, accurate and reliable, and will make an excellent Supervisor. The nominees for-Assistant Supervisors are all worthy ^men: Messrs. Beiz and Henderson have matlo good record* on the Board, and Capt. Butler's ZBII and ability will prove invaluable to tli" interests of Alton at the County So-vt. The presenc Town Cleric, Mr. li j y, has proved an acceptable and should be re-elected. The nominee for Col'ector, Mr. Johw P. Kuhn, late money order clerk in tbe postufiiue, is an excellent man for the place. Quick and accurate at figures, a good booh-Uesper aud a trunwor.hy man be will fill the position admirably. Mr. Adolph Invoen, the candidate loi Assessor, is a carpenter and builder, a umn of good judgment as to values, and competent to make a satisfactory assessment. Mr. Jas. Thrush has served, as Highway Commissioner before and is un tllicient uiun for the place. Mr Birth, of North Alton, will fill nftioe of .Justice, ot the Peace with becomingfdi>;nity and impartiality. Taken as » whole the ticket is composed of Unit class material and i>houM he elected from top to bottom. ! coxnuomo TOWN Supervisor Quarton last week wiote to Attorney General Hunt for Information as to the proper method of conducting town elections, And received tho following reply this morning: fi SpuiNQFiKLLt, March 28, '87. Jonathan Quartan, Alton, III : DGAK silt. Vnur fnvor ot 25th Insl., i^ ut hand, Thine has been no recent change in the Inws rt-gulatin^ the hold- Inif of town meeting*. Ordinarily the proper meihod for lioldlny the tinnunl town nineting, lor the election ot township ntlluers, is by one moderator and one clerk in towns where there is but one polling place, without OMIOT judges of election, In townships where there is mom 1 1) un one |)iillinir plaee there Miould ben modertiior ut llio pullinir plucu at which i no lowi clerk Is designated to act as nlerk of the election and ono assistant moderntor and one ns?istHiit clerk at (mob of the other polling plu(;u3,wltli»ui other juilvris or clerks of election. '1'hn .two o'ulimk uieeilng for the transnctlon of mislwIlniiL'ous buslnus!* will be held u( tin. 1 pulling phicu at which the town elerk is designated «o not as ulerk of the olcctidii ; and at the close of the pniu nil -the ballot boxes should be bruu^ht together ut that polljnj; place for the purpose of counting die ballots. Very respecifullv, GKO. HU.NT. Attorney beueral. ANKUAL TOWN MEETING. Notice is hereby given to the inhabi tants and leaal voters of the town of Alton, county of Madison and State bt Illinois that the Annua.1 Town Meeting (or sttid town will be he d at City Building in said to\vn, on ' rUESDAY, THE"FlFrH DAY OF APRIL, next, being the first Tuesday in said month, for the following puipise: First—To choose a Moderator to preside ut sttid meeting. . Second—To elect one Supervisor, three Asft.SuperviHirB, one Town Clerk, one Assessor, one Collector, one Commissioner of Highway!), one Justice of the Peace, and so many Pound Masters us i lie Electors may determine. Third—To transact any business lhat m«y come before the meeting. Ftist, District Polls--St.Charles Hotel Second—City Building. Third—Hope Hose House. Fourth—Hack's shop. Fifth—Luke Brennan's office. Sixth—^orth Alton Town Hall. And to act upon any addiiional>fub- jecis which mav. in pursuance of law uouie before said meeting, at tbe proper time, when convened. \Vliicli meeting will be called'to order between lliu hours of 8 and 9 o'clock in ihu forenoon. Uivun under mv hand, this 29ih day of Mareh, A. D. 1887. W. M. QUIGLEY, Town Clerk. Dress Goods 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 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 BIBB. D. BKITKAMf'S, AU kinds of Fancy, Hand made, Knit andOro- .cn tgoods. lIoods.TobagKans and Mils. Men'b Bcarls and Fascinators at VOIT low piloes. Also Dressmultlng: Plain and Family Sewlni< and utamplDK D 'no. Uomo and give us u call. Don't loruet tliop'ace. doi«dwlv —OALL AT — C.M. CrandalJ's Crockery-Store FOll THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 30c per set. Good 8-inch Plates, '30e per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes; 5c toSOo each. Pitchers, 5c to 50o each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 1 So- por set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Siuifcrs, 15o per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75c each. Assorted Color Cologne Sols. 50c pur set. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, $15. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 nor eet. Triple Plated Forks, $1:50 per sot MAUIUAUB LICENSE. has Deputy Olork iludursbuuson issued a marriage license to: Mr. Daniul U. Mudeett of Alma, Neb., und Miss Hattie D. Squior, o< Alton.. Mr. Geo. Kellf and Miss Nnncj Hams, both of. St. Charles county, Mo. The last nftoioc couple were married U> Justice Quaiton, at bis oiUue this iiltur- noon. Not a new ihln^ but the best thing in 'Im.coffue line is Forbo'u Blue Mountain lamaioa coffee. 29 8 eoil Money to loan on improved property. Fdr particulars, apply to . WHIPPI<K & SMILEY. II SUPPLIES. Oils. Needles, and P irts of all all Machines. We have now the B, & G. Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Hug Patterns and M E. H. GOULDING. --1 : RIVER NEWS. The Sydney from Uubnqiio, her first trio of the suasqn, -piiBHud down ilili- forenoon. She will leave for up river ports tomorrow afternoon. .Tho Hudson hud a uoud trip 11) is morning, inuludiu^ 1,850 sticks of corn (r.oiu I'ui tiige. • The nuw urr^ngoroont by which ihu lluclooii will luavu Si. Louis in ilu> auirrilng, instoivd of uvun1n>;, will lukc effect next Monday, tit. Louid rivei IIUWM to the coiilrnrv notwiihsiuiulin^. Uy tlii* iiiTiin^umuiil a person eun attend a tlieatrc or oil)or place ol uinusuuiuiit in the city at iliu oiliur end of i lie bridge, (hen go to iho Hudson, procure u ticket, bleup on tho boat and ruiurn to Allot) in iliu uiurnitipr. The fouiuliiliunBol'lhe now wurelioiisu aro almost llnlsliud and work on the .{v.iiuo will probably oonnuence lo- oi'iriow. 'I'hu boats lo leave this evening tin- the Uvru City and Hudson for Grufton. U01.UEN \VEi)I)lNW. Yesterday beinn tlie 50th anniversary of tbe wedding of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. tiunglun, a number ot their friends anil neighbors embraced tbe "golden' opportunity and tuipiisud them by uunj;reg»tiiig at iheir residence., It was a very pleasant occasion aj all testify who were present, Not content with offering congratulations and good wishes the friends of Mr. and Mr?, tloaglan made a golden contribution to about the amount of the date of the anniversary. Dr. A. T. Wolff, pastor of the Presbyterian chiircb, made n felicitous presentation address. Mr. llattgen, a neighbor for 13 years, also made a few remarks in which he dwell on the harmony and good feuling thai had always characterlzid the intercourse of the two families.Refreshment.- were seryed. Mr. and Mrs. Honglan have lived m this oily for 45 of the eventful 5.0 years lhat have passtd since i heir union; their friends are legiun and nil IUIH in wishing them health and happiness; Mr. Hoaglau has been one of our leading business men during mott of the period mentioned and bus been idunlitiud largely with the Interests of i he Bluff iJuy. Mi. L), S. Uoaglan and Mi-s Johnni a Ayers were married at While Hull, Match 2H;h, 18:»7, Rev. Mr. Barr, ol l/'urrollton, ofllciating. Tho newly nmrricd pair resided ul While Hall four »r live years and then etimu to Alu>n where they have since resided.. They iimi had uiulit ehildrt-n lour of whim yut live. Mr, Iloaglan fays tlmt only three couples of liU old ns-o^iateu lived to sue iheir gulden iinniviTfinv, viz: .Mr. and Mrs. Stimuel Wudo, Mr. und Mis. K. 1.. Diunuock, Mr. and Mrs. Pdor Wise, ExtraLlnblllty to 5Inlarlal Inrccllon PdBons whoso blood la tliln, digestion weak and llv rshi 'KUli.arQi'Xlra-lliiblii to tho at tucks of mulurtiil illsei'.flc. 'Tlio most trllllnp: 0 • poturo nuiv. nnc'cr tnch conditions, Inlect: sjftQiti \vn-.cli, It liealtliy, would rcalst tli mimniut e tulht. Tile only wuy to scour limnunjty frnin mitturlit In locu.Hloj where i is prevalent. IH to lone und rugululu the system by Improving wi'ukem d digestion, cnrlcliint, tliti b oou, Hi.d K'vlngu \vlul03inuuUniM'.tujtu blllnry aoerelloii. These results arc jiceoni- pllshcd l«y nothing BO effccllvely a< Ilostct- ter'6 Stoniuoli Hitters, wliloh loiu cx'perlunco hud proved to bo the 'no-t rnllublo, ebf»uuHrd UKUlniKuvorandaguonndhlndrcddlsovdur^, iii well us tin- best remedy for tin in. The 'Jlttcrniiru niori'ovur.'tii exculicnt Invluor ,icr 01 ihu orijiMi-ul uilii'iiinn, anil un nuilvn du pn tut, • liniliiutinti from tliu blood ihnao itu lid InipuriticB vtblch orluluiito rbcumiitlc ANNOUNCEMENT. WB are autborlzoil to announce JOHX DOW 119 a candidate for Supoi v,6Oi'iittlio townslilp eluo'.i n, Tuuuday, April Sill, Wu autlioiIZB'4 to announce ADOLPH 1N- VISEN as u cHiidldute lor Aesoasor at thu eu- ruliitf township election. Wu are uu Uorlzed lo announco JOHN P. KUHX ns 11 candidate for Townaulp .Collector. EliKlion, Tuesday, April Ctb. \Vu uie uutliorlzod to announce Mr. U. MAIIONKV UB a eandlditte for Cullcctornt tha i iiHUlng township Election. TUu I'ublic liiterostcU. \Vlion niitnufaoiui'urs i<f an urtioht tiro asking Um |iub|io to ennsuniu iliuir wiiru.-., a id Indoud rolrc'Blilni: lu knuw lint thuv "i" ruliu''ly i-mluixul, us illiHinili'il by tlin nnltcil 1'iiilor.M'iiii'iiL nC l)r Iliirim'ti I run Ton o mid l.ivor by lUu ilru^Kiitia of bt. l'»ul • lu ih 8 wk The Century For 1880-87. TUB CENTUUY IB uu lim.-u-wted monthly mnKKi!lim, liuvliiK a regular cliuulull in ol uUcnit twu liuii'irud tliouoiiiid coplub, olteu iCMuliInK and BoiiioLltuus uicoyuing two hundred and twoiitv dYUtliouuund. UlilutuiuoiiH Itn uiujiv attractions lor tlm coming > our ttt u ocrlul which HUB been In uctwu nionurullo . luraixtuun \our-. Jc \i a lilntury ul our own country lu Us most orliiuul tluiu, uuoutlinUi THE LIFE OF LINCOLN, By htH Coiiliaciitlal Hecroturlva, Johu G. Nicolay utid Ool. John Hay. This great worn, bi-guu with the sanctlnu of I'lo^Uunt Linculi), and uoiitiuuud undui mo iiutuovliy ol ht»Bon,tlio nun. Uuliurt'I Lincoln, IH thu unly mil and uutlioiliutlv. luuofd ul iliu lUu fl Auraliuui l.luculn. Itr uUuu'H wviu I luudi ul l.lnuoln bcluru III- pruel lenuv; tlitiy IVUCH riniai luinnuiuly an oiiumiud uith h in uu jirU'uiu kucruturlut ihroKlU'iit hit) luriu' ul i.llluu, und tu lliuti. wuiu truiibiuiTuu nijon IjiK'nIiiSduiUli all )n» inlvutu i-apo:u. lloi'u will Ut (Old tnti litHldi- lilatoi-y ol iliu t-lvll wur Hurt ol I'rvHlduui Lincoln's aumlnlaliiitltm -ini))i»lunt ill Viill; ul whlc'i l.uvu I'lllicrio ri-'iiiulncU lliiicvi'iilcd ' Inu they nuglit Hist a|>iiuiir in tula uuttiumlt lilitluo • "y iciioun ul iliu iiublleatlon ot tint *° lk ' THE WAU8EUIE8, vtltlcl) liuu bcuu iulluw>U l.li urllftUillU' inlciCBl liy M »trriil llituiuDl by u wiuui ilui-il uiitv, will occupy IUM Bpiicu uu ring iliu oom- iliu Jim i'. UuiiyeMiiK will bu uu crlln-U bj i.uii. mint (Cluul ol tiiu Union Arllliury), Utiiu I.CIIIKMIO l> Civil. K. M. Law, und ulhur». cnlcViiniii^ii, U) (inn, l>, II. Illl; Miurniuii'> Mnruii t.> iliu -fa. by Uvuurulu llowuid an .-liHuiiii liu'Oiitld C^. A. oliliiifirtj, \Viii. r. >niitli t John (jlbbuii.llorucu I'oi'U'r, unu Jolih b. Miwby will UUBUIIDU upiutul buttU-H untl lllUldUlllD. SlOllUn Ol IIUVUl OngllgClllClllti, priaon Illc, cic. me. will u. licul. I'KIOES. A FHISB COPY. Snliflcrlpilon pi Ice, *4.(Ki u yuur, lift ccnta u number, IJuulurx, i/ui>iniiiolcMo, und |>iibttul|. el's luliu BubBi;il|)liuns. hLliii lor our Ul'.iiutt- Illlly HUlnt IllUli 'It I'UfjU CMllllO«UU (11'fC), coiiiulnliiL' lull |in»|)uuiu', uU'., Iliu nilintf u biifulul unur l>y wlnvii nuw iciuU-m tun ui't tic U ruin burn to tl i- luKlniinitf ol tliu Win l>i<i'itii> lit u »'ury l»w lirlci'. A blii'Ciiniin «»|)> (burli nuinbin; will bu Hunt on ICU.UOM. Mun- tuniililK Iiupcc. t;un you uilincl to bu without ihu Uciiturv Tllrf Ul'.NTUuV (.0., Now VoiU. Biiljsci-lptlonaroculved at thU ofltco, ^^ &CarrD,&,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, snd GLUE. Marsh's Drug Store. 5 The Largest and Most Complete' Assortment of Hard andfrolt Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner, Tboylmvo no equal. Also ROOKING and OHTTEH'vi! nnd JOIIIIIN'G done at reasonable inlus. Call and vxnmlno my jioek before puroluiolnj ulnuwliuro. A I nocronharHf 533 East Second st> > . J. L-f cgtii II idi U l,5 t hcioor west of Henry QOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money,

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