Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 1, 1887 · Page 3
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1 t 0 , L, $ . i C," if , f "' ' I \ " WK ask you to carefully,' read this column.'—II i J. Bowman & Co, BUST quality of Shlrtlrtg Prints in pretty new stylos are 6c, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. ^ YARD Wide heavy Penangs in 40 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Oo'a. ( W» ar6 showing aome very pretty style*, medium and dirk dress satins at 12 Mo per yard.—H, J. Bowman & Co. SPRING styles of those very popular Century Cloths are now on aalo at H. J. Bowman & Go's. ' FORTY pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. ' - '"'••' J ; .' ; . PALMBK Seersuckers, Tolli Du Nords DrcB8 x and Domestic Ginghams in great rarioty* at H.'J. Bowman & Co's. •' WK are showing a complete slock of Spring Woolens for dress eoods,lnclud- ing double width Cable Twills at 15o;40 inch cashmere at 26o; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—H.'J. Bowman & Co. IN OUB Silk Department we are show -ing Surahs, Gros Grains and Khodames ia every now and popular shade. In Black Silks we are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Rhadames, Faille Francaise and Brocades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. • IN Vfei.VF.Ts we are prepared to show Stripes and Froize. Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets and Plushes m every shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new colors in tho popular Dress Corduroys —H. J. Bowman & Co. • WE CALL special; attention to bur 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 & ' Co. ______ • IN otm Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of YVhite Flannel in all Wool and Domet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacque- iugs, Tricots and Albatross, in all tin popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co • WE AUE prepared to show a, complete line, of Spring Hosiery. Wo have re tained all the old favorites and addei many new lines.' In Fabric and Kid Gloves we show all the popular make including plain and embroidered baokfe dressed and undr.essed.—H. 'J. Bowmui &Co. ••;;. - ; IN ouR'Shirt Departmentyon can fini a. real good white shirt for 60c and tn best made for $l'.QQ, also Penang shirts fine pleated Dress shirts, Nightshirts and all. sizes in Boys' Laurel Shirt Wftists.-T-H. J. Bowman &Co. DAILY TELEGRAPH., FRIDAY EVE., AP1RL 1 J£T"~1I I' fflllSljl NOTICE TO AJUV»»WSKB*V for,ihe year 18S7 we shall charge tho tol- owing rate* to* trunnlent uotleei In onr local olumnsi PcrUnt. Insle insertion . . . lOcenWi 'hree to five Insertions, . • '! !! ix to twelve lnmitlon», . . . o " BATES OP AtiVBRTISlNQ! TaA«»nniT.— FlfTY etnts per Inuh flra> In- ertlon, Hiul TWUNTlf^lVB cents per Inoli or enon subsi quont insertion. $3 per Inuh first mouth, $ut) per Inch .each month tl«rte«!ter. '' USQAI. APVHBTI8INQ! $1 per Inch tor tlio first Insertion, and 80 icnta porlnoh for each subsequent Insertion. 49- Abova rates will bu stiiotly adhered to. DAILY TELKflBAPlI la delivered by nrrlors to all purta of tlio city of Alton and Upper Alton, for tan cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of $9.20 per year. THE TELEGltAPU boa the largest circulation of any paper In Alton, and Is the best medium for advertisers. OonXBIl THIHU AND PIASA STREETS. TELE- 'I10NB.NO.88. ANNOUNCEMENT. ' ' K are authorized to announce JOHN F. MCGINNI8 aj a candidate for Township, Supervisor. Wu are authorized to announce JOHN DOW as a candidate (or Superylsor'at tlio township election, Tuesday, April 5th. t Wo uru authorized to announce JOHN li, BUTLKK as u candidate for Assistant Super- vlDOr. - ".'••/ , \Ve autliortee-1 to announce ADOLPH 1N- VKEN as a candidate lor Assessor at the en- lUluu township election. v Wearoauiliorlzod to, rtanpunoe JOHN P. KUHS as a candidate' for .Township Collector. Bl«ctlon»Tuesday, April 6th. WE are authorized to unnonnoe VIOTOlt BHUOH as a candidate for Oolleoior at township election. WK ate authorized to announce Mr. M. UAHONEY. a» a candidate for Collector at the ensuing township election. We b we bonuttful Dress (Jowl* appropriate trimming and buttcVid.— Plerson & Carr Dry Goodn Oo. It JOBUB Cook, of this county, is presiding over the St. Olatr County Court m the drainage case. Beauties, those Ladies' f 1.60 kid and goat button shoes.—Star Shoe Store. dlt HON. James G. Blalne was given a cordial publio reception on 'change, yesterday, in St Louls.and made ono of his magnetic speeches. Navel and Connor's. Tangerine Oranges, •. •-.'••:• -'.it' at VIok's Seeds and Bulbs, Ferry's Garden Seeds; seed sweet potatoes, at Connor's. • It • McDonald's Opera House v «a« crowdtd lotst night. Miss Jennie Calel played "Little Muffets" and fairly uapuvaieo the audience The play, it u beautiful comedy drama, full ot pure luu and good acting, but the chid charm is the jolly, winsome little ufuuture that plays in the title role. She IM oupported by a good company.— Montgomery (Ala.) Dispatch, ^ Sprmfe Store. stock now in.—Star Bhoe It Mr. and Mra. OharJes Beall and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bead left yesterday for a short vinlt at Springfield. Kov. N. J. MoCtaokow of (iumcy, recently of this city, Jsjrisiiiria; hero. Mr. \V. Breen, of Sankakee, who hits' been visiting friends here, has returned home after a pleasant visit Mr. H. M. Carr ha* returned from attendance as a Grand Jurot at Court, At Edwardsvlllo, that body having been discharged yesterday. 'L'ho Jennie Calof Co. arrived this morning and are at the Hotel Madison, and will appear in Littln Muffets. tonight at the Opera House, Mr. Bert. Hollistor arrived in town this morning from Tampa, Fla., on a visit. Ho passed through snow, two feet deep yesterday in Kentucky. Chief Engineer Hayes says that the (Irst hose ca't to arrive at the fire was full handed, had five men, instead ol two, as stated by our informant, II that is the case why did so long a timi' ulapse bi'fnrn the men got a good stream on the ttYeP Who, or what,was to blame for the delay P Mascot, the boss lino Men's 82.50 hhoes.—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It Dress Goods ! AT Little Muffets tonight. Jennie Calef tocight. 60c, H5c, 25 j, tonight. See Miss Calef, tonight. Street care will wait tonight. Remember the matinee, 15 and 25c. Wright & Peters' Ladies' Artistic Shoes.—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It A very entertaining Cora Festival will be held at the C. P. church this evening. A REPORT of Prof. Bartrand's lecture last evening is unavoidably laid over until tomorrow. Please examine Urn unw invoic<> o' Kid Glove9,m all sizes and colors from 6U(s'Up, at H. Fv Lehne's. 12 MR. W. A'. Hildebrand advertises a "Girls' Monthly Industrial Fair." His announcement Misses. . will interest the little' UO TT/VT TYfW'Q Second «treet,uum I'O aAjJUlHuSt W, corner 01 Henry . , -FOR- FINE STATIONERY, Such aa Crane's Floral. Whiting's Standard Papers. Hnrlbut'8 French Linens. Eclipse UatcKed Edge, Elite Ragged Edge, Balmoral Linen, Griflln's Linen, Turkey Laid Linen, Poiion Blow, Mikado, Ohurred,..Edi{0, Cream laid. Mourning Note, and a large assortment ot Illuminated and Duoorated stationery. OennlBOn's Wax and Seals. School Tablnw and Stationery.,. .: decedvvly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! Oil BAP FOROA8H ON TIUB PAYMBNTS MtmoB and Organs tuned and repalrea Shw inu ItaoWneB ^paired SupnlleH (or all Ma. chines. ' . N. D. LAMOBEUX, Use the most Irani aui liut t best coffee in the market, Forbes 1 Blue Mountain Jamaica. For sale by all tirst class grocergi. 283 eod ARGUMENTS ware heard yesterday, in St. Louis, by tho« House of Railroad Committee, (or and against the Merchants' Bridge, and Terminal rail* way bill. . ' Our spring stock of goods is complete and we look for good weather to shpw you all—Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Oo. '••'-. It A man he owned a terrier dors. A b»b tailed, ornery cu«; And that at-' dortt K it time ur> man intouiuuy an ugfy muds. ' This inau and thw dog hailed iron. 1 Sew Douglas. The man's name wa- Ba9seu,and bis dog bit a little girl iiunied alollio Stroteman. Mo'lmV diundii apjjualuJ M the.mnjusty of thi law for damages, and employed Hun. A.. W. Hope to present their grievance to the court. The defense rose to the importance ol the occasion and not only employed Burroughs & Warno^b to defend the dog and his owner, but 'imported Hon. Gml'ay'u* Von Hoor- bocke, 0. b. District Attorney from Springfield to see that the dog got justice. The importation ' of Von H, was Hopa's opporiunity and he mudr the most of it. The way' he "slathered'^ the Cleveland administration, and held it up to the scorn and contumely of the country, for interfering, through its appointee, in a Mtulison county dog casei 'fairly made the jury's hair ataod on end, and furnishuit ho most aniUiiing sensatiiin the old court room has witnessed for many a davit is with pride and pleasure that we .•jtato the result. Von Hoorbeoke wa- snowed under. An aroused and alarmed jury indignantly resented an attempt of the United States of America, through its accredited district attorney* to prevent a humble citizen ol Madison county from obtaining damages for an outrageous wrong; Tho jury gave Blattie $265.00 damages and Hope was triumphant. Moral: when you have a dog case in court don't 'overload your side with too much imported talent. Shoes are selling fast at Globe Assignee Sale. .'' •• . ._ ' • • 12 1H ST. LOUIS. The fencing in of St. Louia was completed today by the adoption of tbi' lollowing bchedtile of bridge and tunne rates: BINOI.E AMD BOUND TBIP. Single tr'p ...35o| Hound trip ...600 Bouguge chocked on thegu tlokow. / COMMOTATIOK. ft rides (SO days' limit)... ..$ 1.25 lOrliles (SOdayc'll'iilt) 2SO 20 rides 181 days' limit) S.IKI 50 tides (90 dayh' limit)..... 5.00 .nnuul tickets. 2A.-U Slxmoiitba tickets 15.HO Monthly ticket i. 3.8 Scuool ticket* (.monthly).... 2oO The lilo.i is to boom St. Louis for tbi* next census. The unfortunate .traveler crossing the bridge will bet stripped ol all bis wealth to pay bridge fare inti> town and will be unable to raise enough money to get out of town before the census'enumerator catches him. We FEEL and KNOW we are offering an assortment of DRESS GOODS never equaled Tby us before. STANDARD GOODS of all kinds. NEWEST STYLES and COLOKS in MOST REGENT MAKES. BLACK OOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all lands FROM TEN CENTS UP. And all at f J. fflir Tl (I Pn a uail U. u. UU, Fifty ride bridge tickets unlimited, for $7.60, at Mangel's ticket oflice, N K cor. Fifth and Chestnut sts., St. LouU 12 WATCH We make no Morrissey Bros. misrepresentations.— : It *OB THE BARGAINS IN JOB'S NiSW COB. BDII-BINO, HBNBY ST., AX BIBB. D. HKITKAMF'S, AUlilndii of Fancy, Hand made, Knit andOro- eo tgooas. HoodB.Tobaggana and Mils. Men's SOWJB and Foaolnators at very low prices. Also DroBsrouklng. Plain and Family Sowing and Stamping Pone. Come and give ua H call! Don'tlorgettbeplace, decBdwly • .• • i —OAT^li AT— C.M. Crattdall's Crockery Store FOR THE LOWEST 1'BIOES; Good Cups and Saucers, 30c per set, • Good 8-inch Plates, SOo per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. 'PitoUors, 5o to 50c each. ', • Htxlf-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, SOo per set.. Fruit Saucers, 15c per set, Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75o enuh. Assorted Color Cologne Sets. 60c pur set. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, 815. • - Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 oar sot. Triple Plated Forks, $1.50 per sot The Best in the Course. Hear Geo. B. Wendhng on '-Stonewall Jackson" in Collpge Chapel, Upper Alton, Monday evening, April4. Seats at Leverett's , and Seely's an; being rapidly taken. Return street cars. 80 3 wit Now goods in all shades and colors, which will be made up in suits ai reasonable prices. • All goods cut and made by the New York Fashion Review. We guarantee a fine fit.at Brueggernau, the Tailor's. 16 dwlm Money to loan on improved real nstate. Apply to Rnderahausen & Sonutag. Third street. dtf J. W. VINSON has beon seriously ill with poisoning by alkali waler. He has boon traveling through Kansas for ome months and his system being rrvgulur the water o:iusnd a poisonous onditlon of the blood. His wholi- lend looics as if he had bflon scalded, and blood ofton UIIWM from his ears. I 1 tluiusiht Uo will rccovur, us ln> is improving a little.— Jersci/uille Democrat. THE announcement ot Capt. -John C. Bniler as a cnndid tte for Assistant Supervisor, appears today. Captain Sutler is an energetic, wido-awuki', eoiug bnsluo s man ju<i the SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Parts of al all Machines, We have now the B.&. G.Howe Shuttles /AlsoTurk- ish Rug Patterns and Machines Hotlce. ' From aud after today, April 1st, all special passenger rates via C. & A. U. R. are withdrawn. This will includi- "Sunday Excursion rates." Qommuta- lion ticket* Will''remain on sale to Ban 1 St. Louis at usual rates.—O G. Norris, Agent. All Solid, Our MenV $2 lace.Congress or button shoe.—Star Shoe Store, Kie 102. - -. • - It A Biff Jump. The Jennie Calef Company jumped from Kvansville, Tnd.,here, to put in two nights and a matinee previous to their St. Louis engagement, where they plav at People's theatre for a week. They missed the first train at East St. Lnui> and took the second, which brought them as far as Wann. The C. & A. K. It. accommodatingly sent an extra down to Wann to bring them to the city. They arrived here at 10:30 and will appear tonight in Little Muffets. Saturday matinee in Little Detective, and Saturday night in ^American Princess. Our goods are the best our prices the lowest.—Morrissey Bros. It THE kind needed to represent our people m the Oounty Hoard. _ . A complete lino uf Spring and Summer GtKids for Hunt's Wear, lately re- ceivad by 11. 0. G. Moriix, Third Htreet. if Dress making, east side of Stave strcH, n fuw doors abovn Fourth. — Kate Clifford. ? 812 A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Nomlnijor's Fig ivud Magnolia lire he best cigars in thn market. Mouoy to loan property, improved The Sentinel, which is not given lo sounding tho praiHos of the Unioi soldit'r, except in special cisus, is oiii in opposition to the oloosion of Victor liriioh or Johnny Kuhn as Collontnr, and advices its renders to votu for Michael Mnhonev because ho was a soldier. Mow the fact is that neither limi'li nor Kuhn wore old enough to have been ^oldiurt In thp war for the Union and tho Sentinel knows it, aud they are, therefore, not amenable to criticism on that score. Our lino of Ladies' Fine Shoes is un- cqualad,—Morrissey Bros. It "A name ho did not UmlurUud" Kitltvr Trleiiriitili; . In reply to the qiiostton oj class of 1877 in v>ur issue ol today I would sav that tli" Humbler unded with $12 in liU unitki't und ho started nut with $100. lAZKK W. Grade 8 Irving School, Tho above ivnswor has beon In our hands aino'o March 20tU, but was over looked. Men's Shoes ia desirable styles and at lowest prices, at-.Morrhsby.Brod 1 . DOES PRO TtCTluN PKOTEC'jfP This is a question our Democratic fellow eitlzens often ask, and we rel«r them to our city admmistration foi answer. Do our present wtxtor works, telephone system and fire department, taken aa a whole, furnish adequate protection against fire at nightP If not, why not? Are there any weak spots ia the system? If so, where are they, and what is the remedy?, Tho citizens are paying a round sura yearly for fire protcctioB. Are they getting an equivalent for their nnneyP'Tlirise 'are ques tions for the Mayor Hud Council to meditate upon and to answer. Clothing for boys and gents, our low prices considering the good qualities', astonish all, at'Glnhn.. 1 2 ALL doubt a;* to me identity of Hon. Daniel Manning's successor was set at rest yesterday by the official announcement that Gen. C. S. Fairchild will be promoted to the Secretaryship. The seluetlon gives general satisfaction. Oar fancy goods departments at the Globe are now filled with latest novelties. .. '_ 12 THE TELEPHONE—Mr. R.B. Hoover, of Springfield, Superintendent of the Central Union Telephone Co., was in the city today investigating matters in regard to telephone service. He aayn that the intention of tho company is to ex'amine as to the justice of every com- p'alnt made by their patrons and remedy every defect, as far as possible. 11 u SAVS the people pay for the use of the telephone and nre entitled to all the privileges it affords. THB Inter State Commerce Comrais«» slon wore sworn in at Washington yes« terday and organized by the election of Judge Cooloy as chairman. Those beautiful ladies' Hats at the Globe take ',he eye aud loosen purse strings. ' ' 12 all right enough (or St. l.onls to a a man a quarter to got into the but slu) lay* herself liable to a READY-IYIIXED PAINT, white and colors. PAINT GROUND THICK, in white and colors, , lo be thinned with oil. ' : '\ WHITE LEAD, OILS and COLORS, ALABASTINE, WHITING, and GLUE, Marsh's Drug Store. Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard ancUoit Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner, HOOFING and UtJTTEKlNG and JOBBING done utreoaonablo online my stooU before purchualiijt ulsuwnuro. A t r\^rv^v-»KovrH- 532 East Second-fit,, .J.. iJeg6nnarai,5th door west of Henry GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, . of'cruplty lo animals" when 'she charges u quarter to get out again. — TUF.HK are two ihingi* whose drawing p >w«r lias n«ver been excelk-U— tlio circu.4 and the porous plHStar. •,, "'' '•'!>'' i-dM-rViitionnJ hMnylo »p:i in<li|! K, A < <*.| (ifiU't'til Attviil«> -l\t-' \V t-»l Vui *l- ( tJlilciitfO, ni'AIIi'lilifuii 1 """In f- <-•!. puv#rT« U^itTuu fllo afiUft onico fiT yYER^SON ADVERTISING AGENTS flMESBUIL The best for the Money. «S4.1» AVER « SON'S 126 StS.

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