Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 31, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 31, 1887
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Wfi you l) carefully road ili,'8< BEST qu'ftlltv of Shirting Prints V>vetly new sfylos are 60, at II. Bowman &Co'a. YAKD wide heavy Petmngs in 40 new ptttterus, at 11. J. Uowmun & Go's. WB are showing some very pretty styles, medium and dark dresa satin? at 12 i-2o per ynrd.— U. J. Bowman & Co. 'yy: •'",;•• : ; V •.-:•••• - ••.. : •• •'.•. SPUING styles of those very populnr Century Cloths are tio\v on sale at II. J, Bowman & Go's. -' FottTjr pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest pattorns, at U. J. Bowman & PALMER Seersuckers, Tolll Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams In great rarlety, at 11, J. Bowman & »Jo's. | .We are showing a complete stock of Spring Woolens for dross goods.inciud. ing double width Gable Twit Is at 15u;40 inch cashmere at 260; also .Novell? Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.— II. J. Bowman & Go. IN oca Silk Department we areehow Ing Surahs, Gros Grains imd Khadamc.s in, every new and popular shade. In "Black Silka we .are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Rhadames, Faille Francaise and Bro* cades.—H. J. Bowman & Go. ALTON DAILY TKI.KHBAPH. MB., MARCH 81. NOTICK TO ,.. •' ' " • .•„! [fr- ;• • ,,_•' '"•" . For tlie year 1*87 we shall charge the following rates lor transient notices 111 our loottl columns: PerlAne. single .Insertion . , . louuni*. Three to flvu Insertions, . .7 " SI* to twelve Inmltlong, ., . 6 " lUTttSIJF AliVEim*lXG: ., tRMistvttt.-^F/PTY „«•« '«»• ner Inch first In- aeitlon, und TirUffTf-Flt'tt «inU per Inoli for unoli iul)B' gueiit InU'-rtlon. : J3 pel- Inch llrat month, Jl.&O por Iboh cacli month thuroaltor • I.KGAI. APVEHTI8ISO: ft per Inch lor tlio llrat Insertion, nnd BO rents por Inuli tor ouuli bubsuquwnl Insertion. tsr Above rutu8 will bo Ht'lutly udlierad to. THE DAILY TEL.EGRAl'11 la delivered by curriers to nil purtuot thuoltyat AUdn and Upper Alton, for ton cents per week. Mailed to any nil dross nt tlio ratu of $3 20 nor your. THE TKI.EOIMFII lias the largest uircula- tlon of nny pupuV In Alton, mid la tUu be»t medium lot' iidvertUers. 'Joll.NKIt Tlllill) AND 1'IASA STItlJBTS. TKLIi- rilONK.NU.3S. IN VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and Froize Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets and Plu-bes in every shiule. Plain and Sniped Velveteens, and nuw colors in tho popular Dress Corduroys. —H. J. Bowman & Co.' WE CALL ^pecial attention to our Black Goods, barge additions have been made to this Department during the lant two weeks and we are prepared to show ever? real good standard fabnt and many novelties.— : H..J'. Bowman & Co. IN OCR flannel Department can be found every quality and width of White Flaritselin all Wo'jl and Domet, aho many pretty htyles, Striped Sacque-. ings, Tricots and Albatross, in all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. WK AUE prepared to show a complete line ol Spring Hosiery. Wo have retained all the old favorites and , adtlod •many now lines, In Fabric and Km Gloves we v show all the popular make' including plain and embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowmuij & Co. ' IN ouu Shirt Department you can find a real good white shirt for 60o and tbe best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirt:and all' sizes in Boys,' Laurel Shirt Waists.—K. J. Bowman & Co. Second acrut»>uuiu i, comer 01 Henry -roti- ' .ANMOUNCEKKNT. WE arc authorized to announce JOHN F. McGISMS ai a candidate lor Township Supervisor. WB are authorized to announce JOHN DOW lis a viindldute lor Supui v boxat tuo townalilp eleclli/n, Tuuodiiy, April Bill. Wottuthoii/.U'J u> unnounco ADOL.PI1 1N- VISEN »ti u cundldute lor Auboasor ut tliu eu- tuliitf township.vluetion...' ' \Vo uro an liorizud 10 announce JOHN P. K.UUS as a caudtduto for To*iiahlp Qollet- tor. Kindlon, Tuudduy, April Oth. WK aiu tiuthmtzed tu nnniuinoe VICTOIt UIIUOll an it candidate lor Uulleo.or at tjwu- alnp election. WE mo authorized to announoe Mr. M. MAUOMiV u» a i<andldatii fur Uuhectorat tU'o uiuulng township uluctjon. Five Rcnsous Why You Jennie Calef. Should See 1st—She is one of the beht soubretti-B on the stage today. • 2J—She is'pretty. 3d—She dances well. •lib—She is a good singer. 6th—She always Uas a ' first class company. • Opera House, Friday and Saturday. Saturday matinee. HON. James (>. Ulaine, of Maine, arrived in St. Louis vei-twrday. $05 will buy a eood .piano of Robi. Mueller, Upper Alton. 81 dlt w2i* A complete lino of Spring and Suoi- ruer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by U. C, G. Moritz, Third street. mcbl7 tf V;;HOLDENS Dress makin a few doors Clifford. i;, east side of Slate street, above Fourth. — Kate 28 12 Alma, Neb , and Miss 11 tittle D. Squier, tho accomplished di ugbtor ot Mr. 3. N. bquier, were married last evening at the residence ofthe 'bride's parents, Key. J. Uulkloy. ot Shurtleff;,College, iifttoJaUrig. The wedding was vciy qiiloi, the ceremony being witnessed by it few of the Immediate relatives and f i tend* of thu bride only. A. bountiful repast was seivcd. Tho happy couple loft on the evunlug train for their future hoine at Almn, Nebraska. Money to loan ou unproved furm property. For particulars, apply to jh SMILEY. UPPER ALIGN. • In the case of tho town of Upper Alton again?t the Chicago and Alton Railroad company for not furnUlilnu and delivering frulglits at that town thu Illinois Railway Commission requests tlio railroad company to erect a depot 'of reasonable extent ttnd quality, and also lo pliice H switch or side track at caid town i-uituble and sulliuiunt to afford tho residents thereof reasonable ftiuili- i lea for the tran.Mportttlion of their poisons and property. This H a just and equitable decision and we congratulate the people ot Upper Alton on'the increased railway facilities they have in prospect. The entertain raent given Tuesday evening ai Murphy's hall, for ihe bene« tit of the Pn-slnterian church, was H grant) success, attended l>y ft crowJi-d house. Thu programme consisted ol reading^,recitations,songs and tableaux. Mrs. Kice-Jarley's Alton «wax woik> were a fe-.ture ihr.t amused and delighted ihe audience. 'J he net receipt)were about $23. The ladies who man Hged the ttffair deseive great credit. "NoTa new thing but the best thing in ihe coffee line is Forbe'ef Blue Mountain Jamaica ooffoe. 29 3 'eod The Best in Ihe Coarse. Hear Geo. R. Wendlmg on '-Stonewall Jackson" in College Chapel, Upper Alton, Monday evening, A pill 4. SeaH at Leverett's and Set-ly's art- being rapidly taken. Raturn strct-t cars. '. Ji03wlt New goods in all shades' and colors, which will be made up in' suits at reasonable prices. All goods cut and made by the New York Fashion Review. We guarantee a fine Brueggeman, the Tailor's. 16 dwlra HOT PRLi-AKEI) .JJ-UR FIKES. «QGH. W. U. Anderson*) of Cairo, U. 8. Revenue Collector, mf^if*wa&i$ tod»y. Air. Frank R. Milnor, of Litcbfield, returned home this morning after a Hying visit here. Mr.-VVeslcy Beall has moved to tbo houne recently occupied by his father, on Union street. Mr. JU'iiry Watson returned thur morning from R vl*l» to MunitDU, Colo. Ho reports the drouth still prevailing in Kansas. Prof. MoAdams de'tvored his lecture, "Life of the World," considered in Its ueologiual aspects, before the Jersey vlllu Until School yesterday. Tjie effort proved highly entertaining to the teachers and students. Mr. Robert Curdle returned yesterday from a trip to Kansas. 11 o invested some money at Kugruan. Ho says the boom in some of the Kansas towns is marvelous: the storirs about the rise in values aro such us a nan can scarcely believe. For ins-la'-co two Alton mm wunit, to Wichita ii month ago and have already made 82.100 in tho re.-taumit biisinuxD. Another Alioniun, after u six nionilis' fxijiimn at the same place, has made $11,UUO clear cash. Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Kiitlernhausen & S>nutag. '1 bird strict. dif A universal remark by every srnokei of cigars: Noiniuger'H Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. FINE STAT rONER Y, Bwli tt» Orana's riorai. Whiting's Stuniliini Paiiors. llnrlbut'a Freno 1 ) Lln«na,» Kullpav Uu-'irod Edno, Elite Knynud KJRe, Balmoral •Linen, UnlHu's Linen, Turkey l.atd Linen. P" -eh Blow. MUcudo, Olmrrod Bd«o, (Jreair. Laid, Mourning Note, and u larno aanortinoni ol JUiioiinttted and Docorttted stationery. Uoimlflon'u Wax und Seals. Boliool Tablotr- and atttttonary. : decGdwly PiANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! O.lEAP FOB CASH ON T1MB I'AYMKNT.- IHonosmid Organs tuned an'l repaired Stw- Inx Mitelilnes repaired^ P <'!'pllett lor {ill Ma- O.ilnes. N. 1>. LAUOREUX, (Music Deilor, Third street, iieorlv o|i|)osltt- Delle, Alton 111. decedwly WATCH J.OB THE HARO»INS IV JOB'S NKW COB. HOILUINO. HKNRV nT., AT MKfl. D. HEITKAMF'S, • At! hinds Of Fancy, Hand made, Knit and Croon 'tgooas. IIoods.TobugKuns and Mils. McnV Scarts and Foaclnators at very low pi lees. Alao Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowlny and UtainptiiK D-ne. Uomo and Klvnusn call. Don't lorget tlio p'aco, deiB. dwly -OALL AT— C.M. Crandali's Crockery Store : FOlt THE JLO WEST. 1'R ICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 80cper set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30c per set. Meat' Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to oOo.each. Pitcliers, 5c to 50c each. . Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c pur set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit SiiiK-crs, 15c per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75o eacli. Assorted Color Cologne Sets. 50o pur set. Beautiful Decorated English. Dinner Sets, $15. . Best quality of Triple-plated Knivoa, 1.50 nor set. Triple Plated Fork-j, $1.50 per set Miss Jennie Calef opens at PeopleV Theatre St. Louis for a week after hei Alton engagement which is all thi- recotuuiuadatioii our people need. . INDICATIONS for Illinois: Generally fair weather; stationary temperature in the southern portion, bncDmiog waimni in the northern portion: northerly winds, becooiinsr variable. THE announcement of Mr. Victoi BiueUas a candidate fov. Collector ol ihw township appears in this paper Air. Uruch has hlled thv position th* past term with piudence and ability, and, -we believe, has given generui satisfaction. ' TttK KAILHUAD. Uctween delay, unourtainty, and the rupDriuit lumurd of the mure than iriundly relations buiwi en the C. 15. & Q.' unu the Central ftiia-uui-l, tliu ayt-r- U^H Si. Charted man is ruiitlv lu "oiin when you ask him about ruilrond news. Thu gunileiuitu who have, heretofore, been receiving news every week from headquarters huvu smlduilly had their lihanutil of I n fur million cut off, lobe re-uinuil ihuy hope moHt any day. They Inive not sliu'-ktiled in lllulr^ efforts, nor Ims their interest cooled.* They a ploildin^ along as ever and are doing nil in (heir power for Ihe interest of St. Charles. ' . In ihe mtiantiine let the gentlemen who have interested ilieni.telvti.s in the iinuior keep posieil on ihe (situation. Uiure cun be no doubt, but that with ihe upward.tendency all over the wesi, ih« additional udv,tntHgus offered ilm new toad would fct-nd St. Uhurle> upwind like a rocket. We irHst tin- t;einleineu will not allow th«lr inti-ri in HIM matter u cool.— St. Uluir'.es (•osmos. • DIED.— Mrs. Lucy SuUwcll, daughter ol Mr. T. II. Prootor, died at her home at lliee, Neb. the 27th inst. Mrs. Siillwvll was a former resident nert- and had many friends who will regret the sad news of her death. Don't fail to see Miss Calef. Friday night, Little Muffets. Saturday matinee, Liitlo Dotectrve. Saturday, American I'rincoss. Popular price.", 26, 85, 50o. Mutinee, 15 and 26e. Sireul ears will wait each night. AN -OMISSION.—\Vo published InM Monday a petition calling on Mr. (ieo. U. Alli'ti to become a candidate foi AUluciuan, but o'idaed a few iiunii'H on ihe rcvoi'fce side of the 'sheet which were liitdvuriontly overlooked, Tlioy woru: Urunilv Webb, Jaino* M«Giilro, The city is paying $9,000 per year to the Water YVorks company for pro- lection asainst lires, The city is paving a round sum per annum for the services of a fire depatt raent. ii The ciiy .has granted the Telephone company ihe free use if our streets foi its poles and wires, and is paying the company a large amount per year foi n-ntal of. telephones, ihe n 1 ieel of rent- it g lelephones being to call up the lln ill-part vjcnt in case of fire At the great lire Wednesday morning the Ore department did not reach tin- scene, so as to throw water, until 45 minutes alter tt;u lire broke out and had lieiui ou Hie ground 26 minutes, we aie old, before thay hart an i ftinlent stream nt work. They arrived, we aro informed, -horl-han'led, only two men being with he first cart. The Telephone Company failed to ransmit the alarm from the factory to he fire department. The water service was unsatisfactory, whether the fault of the company, or lot, wo cannot say; but the Su'ppn'uten- lent had to £0 to the engine house and rouse the engineer and notify him to raise steitm. CONCLUSIONS. (1) The city pays tho Water Work- nouiili for lire protection to require ilu- company to keep a night watchman on luiy at the pumping works. The ineur canV be expected lo run tin- cnuincH iu the day time and sia) awuku ll night. (2) The litlephone company employs buy to "sleep* 1 at the. Central ofliuu. [t ^ll(Hlld inquire a man to stay iiwakn tthe Central olHcu at night and attend THE PEOPLE ICEBUKEII. Hditor Alton Telegraph: ' . 1 find no leas than four newspapers on my dealt referring to the death of tho luto Judg Treat, of SprHirHild, and commenta as to who should succeed him, In which tlm potl llvo opiiilun la exp'es-ed tlmt ainonn tl: eeveral aspirants for that very respousibl position none aro so likely to succeed as Mr Springer, In consequence of lilt) Inability be re-elected in h s dUtrlct for .Conuicas Tile bedt posted and uharpeet Demncrall pulltleinnd ac Wu^liln^ton—who are close I the t'rebldent, It is satd dtclaie that lio wl feel In making the appointment, us ho dl with .tlr. Win. ll_. Morris .n, who wnsdetealc by ilm people In tilts dUlrlet lor Cong That Is, tlnit ho will rebuke the people lor to . Ifenslvcly anseitlng thnlr prcforenct-, whenever they eliall do so. Bless the dear innocent peopli-, thov know n»t wliat they do A Provident who was elected by St. Jolin gotltnK ^3 O.Wiitcv in New York, thus tnak- liiK it p.j»slblo ihia phlegmatic obstrao- ttonlai to curry ni» own Stale of N>-w York b$ ilmliisilgnlflcaiit iimj irltyof 11001 Come lurward, Mr. 8|irlnvior, you ohallhave i'. coercion Is tlm "Hule of Euprland," why not here? And UH tuero they cry blesa the Queen; bere, we echo, bless the 1'realdi-nt. AUNOaTIO. AT We FJKBL arid KNOW we are offering an assortment of DRESS GOODS never equaled by us before. STANDARD GOODS of all kinds, NEWEST STYLES and COLOKS inMOST RECENT MAKES. BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS UP. And all at &CarrD,G,Cfl, 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, and GLUE. Marsh's Drug Store. p . . JIIM-|)|I uilklnmn, Uitv H. Jr., Win. Hum", S. H. I'liw, p.. II. Aiulrfw, Uaiilu' MuUiutli. SUPPLIES. Oils. Nopdlee, and Parts of all all Machines, We have now the B. & G, Howe Shuttles. Also Turk' isu Bug Patterns and E, H. mollHdw Edwin U. Kit up, Albl'l'l J. ikrOII, Ja t*» llrook, 1''. Kml l.ocr, Jiilin Scu'ly. Andrew Ja ST. Louis & CKNTUAL ILLINOIS. i.'ho now schedule of the palace summer lliul-on, the oxtuntiiun of the St. L. & C. I. H. R.. between Graf ion nnil St. l,oui<, taking effect April 4, on which tho boat will leave St. Louis in I he morning at 8-.30,"arriving at Gnifion at 1:1)0 p. in. and leave there at 3:80 p. in.; arriving in St. Lout* at 7 in HIM evening, offoru fiiciliims for pleasure in ihe way ot cheap llrst class daily excursions. __. Having resumed operation the Spark* Milling Oo. will furniHh customers will ihe-r popular "KUmirlo Light" ll-ni" HI 8-4 76 l»ur barrel, dolivored fnte t< all pans ol tho city. nil dwlrn FxtraUabllllyto Slnl irial Iiireotlun. Pdtjons «lioso blood Id tliln.dlgoation wouk and llv»raln K'ah, are extra-liable to tlio at tai-linof miihiitul (Haen.Hf. Tlio most trllllnit e\ potui o may, under such conditions, Inject u 8>«tom wlvcli, It hoaltliy, would ro»l»t tlifl mla<matiolalnt. Tlio only way to secure Iniinunlty from malaria In localities where it 13 prevalent, li to tone mid regulate tue uyatcin by Improving w<*akem d digestion, enriching tho b ootl, Klvliig uwliJlosorai! Impetus to blllHry Hocrotlon. These rosnlts are acooin' pllslicd by nothing so efffcilvoly tu Hoatet- tor** Stomach UltterB. which lon<«xperlenoe lias proved to bo the -no^t rollable, mf«Kuard axaliiUfuverand aguoand kindreddlsotders, a- well as tbc best mnudy for tlii'in. The Bitters urn inuiviivor/tn excellent Invluorator ol ihuoi'[{Hii>«if urlnitlon, and an aotlvn do nn cut, i llinlnatlMK from the blood thosn au ilil imtmttttuB which originate rhuuinatlo uiliuuniB. («) I'he city hhoulil devise some plan Oy which Ihe Ii cmen will reach a lire more promptlv at night. Ptrlmps, | ro vnlu night watchmen at the llosi- h ti-us. The boys huve always been in hand promptly in thv day time, in tact have jevcr yet let a dayliuht liie away Iro:n them, liut our destiuc- ilve tires always occur at night and are ihe dangers to bo .guarded against. ' Advice to Moiners. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup, for t-hildren teething, Is the prescrption ol unu of the bust female nurses und phy- •icians in tho United SiatoH, and lui^ been u.»od for forty years with never- tailing stioci-Sj by millions of motlieo tor their chililrcn. During the process .if teething us value is InuitlcuUble. It relieves the child from piiin, curnf .Ivsontory und duirrlKDii, griping in tin- nowitU, and wimt-eolle. Hy giving lu-nltli t«j the child It runts the mother Price 26o a bottle. la J6 m w H wk VITIATED BLOOD Scrofulous, Inherited and Contagious Humors Cured by Cuticura- ^ MtR^CGII tlic medium- of one of your bonkH ruculvi d tluoiiKli Mr Krank T. U'niv.DriiMKlbt, Apnll'i, l'.i,, I hwiime ac- qunlnti'd wlihvourCUTicuiiA UcMKUiKH.ui.d lakotlilxopiiortiinliy ui teoiily tu you tliat tnelr n-e liax P"' inaiimiily enniil rco nf one ol tlVWDIB VtWUDOl 1)101111 plvl«)UlllK, 111 COI\- neeiloK witu »iy-l|)"hi , tlintl liuvei-vei'Heen inul tlilniifu'1' Imvlim i ecu priiiiouiicud Inoip- able by .inmCor tlio bi-at pliyHlcluns In i.ui uoiinty. I tiiReureiit pluiis ue In forwitrdlnii 10 von tlilH ii'xtlmonliil, iinso lulled us It I* bv \ou, In ordiM tliat otlivrH front similar mum- diKH nmy ' neiiciiuritued to give >ourCUTluu ., Ui-foieiioo: FIUNK T. tViur, Uruxglst, Apollo, Mow 8CKOFVI.UUH ULCKItS. jnmosK. UlflwiUHon.OUBtom llonen, Orlo/iiis. on o»th my«: "In Ib7(l SiTiil Ulcers br'ik*) out on my body mull I wan u ti'iiasn! corruption. Kvel-yihlux known to Ihu nii'ilk'Ul luijulty wuHiiU-d In viilp, 1 be eionu a mere WIWK. At ilinua rmilil not lift my Imiiilx to my liuitd, could not UHII In bod wus in eoiii-tant puln, und looked upon Ille Ho a rui'HC. No ' chef < ii' turn 1 In tun yi-ars. In isriu i lit'iiMl of die uii'lciirn lleineuiea, used tlii'in, mid wits pi-i'fuotli o awuni tu union) U. M. Co om. J. 1). Crawford Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard and . v o't Coal 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 oqanl. Alao HOOFING and UtnTKUINO and JOItlUS'G dono at reusonnblo ' Call and cxi-iuliiii my jtooli liuforu iiurclnwlii^ uldewhero. 533 East Second St., ,5th door west of Henry A T . J . and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money. ONK Of TIIH wllST OASKH. \\ r i- jiuve been HI llil'H vour Cutk'uru lletno- ill«ii for yuiira, und Iliive (lie Hint eompbitnt yi-t III icei'lvo fruiil n |iliri'll'i«t;l'. IJiiotil tlm worst, iiuniiti nl noroluln 1 «v»ir 'ttw wu* i'uro«' IO tin- use <if llvu boillenol Uullcnu KJbolv- MIII, Uiiilunra and i ullui'ra huiir, ^Im to vakvu thu "cuku" liuio at a modlolnal soup, die sis, J.H

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