Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 2, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 2, 1887
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.W -~Wi -^ ^ ^^^^ r *grang^~gy HbA .X_* WE n»fc yJu ' to' carefully read thm column.—H, J, Bowman & Co. BEST quality of Bhintttg Prints in pretty new stylos are 60, at H. J. Bowman & 06*8. YARD wide heavy Penangs in 40 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Co's.' WE are showing some very pretty style*, medium and dark dress satins ' tt 12 l-2e per yard.—H. J. Bowman & Co. ' . . .' . SPUING stylos of those Tory popular Century Cloths are now on sale nt II. J. flowniiin & Co's. 'FORTY pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. 3. Bowman & Go's. ,• • ... • ; .. '. • PAMIKR Seersuckers, Tolll Dtt Nords Dross ana Domestic Ginghams in great variety,'at-'H. J. Bowman & Oo's. ; >'" Wsi'are showing a complete stock of, Spring Woolens (or dress goods.lnolud- ing double width Cable Twills at 16e;40 inch cashmere at 26c; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—H.J. Bowman*Co. IN otm Silk Department we are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Khadames •in every now and popular shade. In Blank Silk's we arc offering some "Splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Ruadames, Faille Francaise and Brocades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. IN VELVETS we are .prepared to show Stripes and Freize Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets and Hushes m every shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new colors in the popular Dress Corduroys. —H. J. Bowmen & Co. WE CALL special intention to our Black Goods. Large additions have been made to this Department during the last two weeks and we tire prepared every real Rood standard fabric and many novelties.—H. iT. Bowman & CO. ' ' ..' _______ ; INCUR Flannel Department can. be found every quality and width of White -Flannel in all Wool and Doraet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacque- ings, Tricots and Albatross, m all the popular shades. —H.. J. Bowman'& Co. WE ARE prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. Wo have retained all the old favorites and added •- many new lines. In Fabric arid Kid Gloves we show all the popular make*, including plain and embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowmau &Co. _^ IN OCK Shirt Departmentyou can find a real good white shirt for 50c and tbt best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, line pleatid Dress shirts, Night shiru •and all sizes in Boys' Laurel Shin Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. V1HOLDENS I Secoutl uti-eut.iietu ,corner 01 Uunry -FORTINE STATIONERY, Such as Crane's Floral. WliUlng's Standard Papers, Hurlbut'd Freno'.i Llnons, EcllpBi- Harfged Edge, BIHe Rangod Ed«e, Balmoral Linen, OniUu's Linen. Turkey Laid Linen, PHI OH Blow, Mikado, Oharrod Edi<e, Orauu. Laiil, MournlnK Noto, und a large assortuioui ot luuimnutod and D«ooi'at«a Stationery. Dennlson's Wax and Seals. Soliool Tablett and Stationery. •_ decOdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CuBAP FOB OA8H ON TIMK PAVMKNT? ?lano8 and Organs tuned and repaired Sawing MaolitneB i-epulred Suppllej lor all Ma- o.ifnea. N. 1). LAMOUKUA, Music Denier, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. deoOdwly WATCH • OB THE BAfeOAUJS IW JOB'S COB, BUILDING, HENRY »T., AT BIBS. D. HKITKASIP'S, All kinds oJ Fancy, Hand made, Knit and Croon t gooda. Hoods,Toboggftna and Mils. Men'e Bcar/a and Fasolnators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowlny and Stamping D mo. Oomo and give us u call. Don't forget the place, decOrtwly, ALTON DAILY TELEGIUPH. SATtfRDAV EVK., APK1L.2. NOTICE *O For tlie year 1887 we slmll.nbarge tbo following rates lor transient notices In our local columni t • •)••• Per Lint, stnglo Insertion . . . 10 come. Three to flvjB Insertions, '. . 7 " Six to twelve iaonrttons, . . 6 " BATES OF AI)VSRW < >lHdr ,. TRLmimT.—PtFrr ct-nts per inch first Insertion, tiutl TWENTZ-PIVE centa per Inch lor ouch qubfti quunt lunwtlon. J3 per-Inob Hr»t month, $1.80 porlnoh.eaoh month theronltor ••••.'. LKOAI/ ADVERTISING: $1 per Inotv for the first InnertIon, unfl SO cents pur Inch [or ouch bubsoquonl Insertion. *3- Above rates will be Btilotly adhered to. TUB DAILY TEUEQUAt'U la UoUverotl by carriers to all pints of the city or Alton and Upper Alton, for ton cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rutu of $9.20 per year. THE TELKUKAPI! haa the largest circulation of any paper In Altou, uucl Is the best utedlum for advertisers, OollNEl! Til I HI) AND 1'IASA STBBBTS. TKLK- PHONE NO, 88. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. TOWNSHIP KLUCT1ON, TUB8DA.T, \V» ure mi.lioiizod to annouuco JOHN F. BtcGIVMS ma candlilnto for Township supervisor, VfK aro authorized to announce JOUNMJOW as u candidate (or Supei v'nor at tho townnlilp election, Tuesdiiy; April 5th. Wo uru authorized to announce JOHN R. ttV CLUR as a candidate for Assistant Supervisor. . Wo'authorlzed to announce ADOLPH 1N- VEEK as a candidate (or AHBCSBOC at tho en- buing township election. We are auiborlzed to announce JOHN F. KUQK as a candidate for Township Collector. Election, Tiiosday , April Oth . WK are authorized to announce VIOTOB URUOH as a candidate for Collector at township election, Wu aio authorized to announce Mr. M. MAUONUY as a candidate for Collector at the ensuing township election. ' OITV ELECTION, TD88DAV, AI'IHL 19. We are uuthorlz-d touiiuounee B.NATHAN as a candidate l6r Alderman of the Fourth ward. . ' American Princess tonight.. See Miss «Jalef, tonight. -. • .60e, 860, 25e, tonight. Seats at Chamberlain's. , Street cars will wait tonight, ADDITIONAL local matter on second page. ' . We protect our trade from all closing out sales.—Star Shoe Store. It Shoes are selling fast at Globe Assignee Sale. .'•;__ 12 MR. B. T. Hull received a carload of fruit box material this morning. ^ THE St. browns defeated Syracuse club yesterday. the Score 8 to 4, AT— C.M. Crandall's Crockery Store , •• . FOU THE LOWEST PRICKS; Good Gups' and Saucers, SOopor set. Good 8-inch Plates, 80c per set. Meat.DisheSj 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Oisbes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5o to 50c each. Halt-pint Table Tumblers, 15c par set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, 15c per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75c each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets, 50c per set. • Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, $15. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 Dorset. Triple Plated Forks, $1.50 per set 'THE Republicans of Springfield have nominated Dr. Wm. Jayne, for Mayor. Please examine the now invoice of Kid Gloves,in all sizes and colors from 50c up, at H. F. Lehne'H. 12 HON. James U. Blame was escorted to the varous points of interest in St. Louis yesterday. INDICATIONS for Illinois : Fair vyepftj- er; warmer in the western portion; southerly winds, becoming variivblo. Fifty ride, bridge ticket', unlimited, for $7.50, at Munget's ticket office, N'K cor. Filth and Chestnut sts., St. Loui-. THE St. L. & O. I. R. R. will hereafter have boat connection with both passenger trains at Graf ton for Si. Loui?, thus enabling passengers to leave Jerseyville at noon and arrive in St. Louis in tbe evening; or leaving at 8. 80 p. m. arrive jra St. Louis nexl morning, . A. Neerman has just received a new Invoice of all the new styles and shades of Wall faper. Call and see them. It New goods m 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 Bue fit,at Brueggemau the Tailor's. 15 dwJm Money to loan, on improved real estate. Apply to Kudorshnusen & Sonntag. Third street. dtf^ A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for (Tout's Wear, lately ro> cmved by H. C. U. Moriiz, Third street inohl7 if Dross making, east side of State street, o few doors above Fourth. — Kale Clifford. 28 12 A universal remark by every smokei of cigars: Ndiniugor's Fig and Magnolia are tbe'best olgars in the market. Money to loan on improved firm properly. For particulars, apply to .' - WHIPP1.K& 8MILKV. SUPPLIES. Oils. Needles, and Farts of all all Machines. We have now the B, &. G. Howe Shuttles, Also Turk* ish Rug Patterns and Machites E. H, GOULDING. TIIH Jennie Oalef Co. will leiva St. LOUIB to morrow morning by teamor Kudsim. TUB President nan. appointed lion H, 0. Billing*, of this city, Ragistor o: ths Land otllce at tluiley, Idaho. Mr Goo. R. Hewitt rooeivud a dispatch this morning to that effect. It seems tha the Associated Press got the now mixed up, first stilting that ho had been appointed lleoolvur of tho Land and then tbutiliu appointment hud been revoked. H that was tho oaso ih< roroonuon was made in order to appoin him UegiBtor. Clothing for boys and gents, our low prices considering the good qualities astonish all, at Globe. 1 2 . "»f-*f"cWTfcenK 'The finest ilufl of India Linen Iron) US to 25o, can be foiud At Uaagen & 'ness Dry Gooda OoM. • U for tbe Miss Collie Guy, of ^w^ so nv)lle, 18 " ' ' Or. Bull will put ID an upper or lowea et of teeth for 98. Office closed Wed' d s wtf , FOB CUBA— The Stanard Milling Co. hip today 126 barrels und 600 asoks of our to Havana, Cuba. Thu Hudson ukes it, to St. Louis and thofo tr»n> Just received anther shipment of Vmerinan and French Sateens, from 212 to 40c.— tlaagen & Fuosa Dry loods Co. It TUB: announcement of Mr. B. Nathan 8 a candidate for Alderman, of the 'ourth ward appears in this paper. .Ir. Nathan is an old veteran of tho 24cih rVisconsin regiment and has been a esident of the ward for thirteen years. Wo are full in all lines and defy unipetition—Star Shoe Store, Big 1U2 IMPMOVEMENTS—Mr. H.T. Wheelock as had u niuu iron fence put up and ther improvements made at his place n Sixth street east of Henry. M™. Mary Harris will soon have some (trillions made tn her nowly purchased eaidence, almost opposite Mr. Whuo- ocls'a property. Mr. Wm. Weimer's house, a fine'two tory brick residence on Fifth, between iangdon and Henry streets, is pproaching completion. Our fancy goods departments at the Jlobe are now filled with latest novel* lea. . ....________ '12. shoe. It her brother Misses Jessie and Helen will return from Chicago on the 20th nst. * ' Mrs, U. B. Harris IB visiting her daughter, Mr». E. V. Greenwood, o £ Iwirdsville.f Mis. F. W. Morrell and daughter, who have been visaing in Detroit have oiurned to tho Hotel Madison. Mr. ( and Mrs. Horace Gould, of Toretit, 111., after a visit of some months with relatives hero, have returned homo. Mrs. J. B. Shilllot and daughter arrived in the city on Tuesday. Mrs. JhifQet came to attend the wedding of ler iriend, Miss Fannie Squier. Mrs. Kizzie Jones, of New York^ ormerly of Alton, has been visiting her W.her, Ms. S. A. UuckmuMor, at the $2.50 buys our ruen'd mascot heap at $3.00.—Star, Big 102. LITTLE MUFFKTB.—A large audience ssembled at the Opera bouse last vemrg and were richly entertained, s the applause and laughter testified, with the rendition of Little Muffets by he charmingly versatile little actress, ilisa Jennie Calef. She is a mercnrial rabodimeat of fun, frolic and melody, nd is supported by one of tbe best ompanies ever seen on the boards ere. Space will not allow us to particularize, but all amusement lovei s hould go to night and see tbe splendid lay, American Princess, with Miss Jalef in the title role. We offer a fine assortment of Spring Shawls at low figures, from $1.25 to 13.50 in Biege Cardinal, Cream and Mack.—Haagen & Fuess Dry Goods lo. • ' It 1.50 buys a fine glove top or straight goat button at Star Shoe Store,Big 102 This is tbe title of one of the most most interesting and dramatic stories ever written by that -very popular autbor«"The Duchess." It will be published as a surial in the TELEGRAPH every Satur lay evening. The opening chapters are published in Ibis issue. Not a new thing but the best thing in lie coffee line is Forbe'sBluo Mountain Jamaica coffee. 29 3 ood Those beautiful ladies' Hats at the Jlobe take Vbe eye and loosen piwse strings. __ 12 Tha Sparkling tittle Manbrette. The charming little soubrette captured the audiencn at the Opera House last night. She will appeariu an American Princess tonight, FIRE {.PROTECTION. "Nochain is stronger than its weakest link." The chain of tire protection in this city is made up of three links, the water works, th« fire department anc the telephone system. Eton is dependent on the other to make the service complete. If one fails, or is deficient, tho others are worthless, and the chain of fire protection is no stronger than tho weakest of tbe three link?. One of our most important Industrie, ihas just been laid in ashes. For years had paid the city a large amoun annually in taxes for fire protection. I is useless to deny that when tho crisis' came and it needed protection, it die not get what it bad paid for. One, 01 more, of tho links in tKo chain cif protec< lion was weak or ineflloitmt. That's thi plain English of it. Now who, or what k was 10 blamoP The Council committee on Fire Department should investigate tho matter. The committee on Water Works should Investigate it. Mis Honor, the Mayor, if be can time from hi) duties at Spring- fiold, should Investigate it. AUtlco to Motuera. Mrs. Wioslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething, la the presorption of one of the best female nuraos and physicians in the United States, and has boon used for forty voars with never- failing HUCOCSS by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of toothing its value is incalculable. It roheves the child from pmn, cures dysentery mid dmrrhcoa, griping in tho bowols, and wind-colic. By giving health to the child it route the mother Price 26o a bottle. 1ft 16 w w H wk MM. Col. ^T—OTTrr™«.y,»^» ''''••"S'-iKfSMiSWlftW.r^ki- Dress Goods ! AT Aludtson, for the past week. Mrs. Jones returns east today. ,, Messrs, E. G. Schweppe, L. Betz and , F. Koenleke will take part in tbo Mikado thai is to be gwun in Jerseyviilt- an early dale. The roles being taken jy thutu are ibesamu thatthuy appeared u here. The Corn Festival at theC. P. church ast evening was a success as pronounced by all who cornteinplated the corn* glomeration of corncakes, corn starch, corn puddfng, corn hen's nest, and— corn. Tbe financial results were quilt: •atisfactory to the ladies who managed the affair. Mrs. Randle gave an afternoon tea .o a few of her.lady friends on Thurs*cay afternoon. Mrs. Charles Connor and baby were the guests of honor, as ,he\ are soon to join Mr. Connor in his new home in Dakota. Mrs. Okell served wilh Mrs. Handle, both ladies presiding n tbe graceful manner peculiarly their iwn. The ladies present were Mrs. Adams, Mrs. (ieo. Bayle, Mrs. Eaton, vira. Dr. Foulds, Mrs. J. Wead, Mrs. Stello, Mrs. L. J. Haagen, Mrs. Connor, Mrs. Hetbol, Mrs. Fiuley, Mrs. J. Kopec, -Mian Jessie Adams and Miss Gtllham. The party given by Mrs Dr. Mc- iinney to the ladies of the Round Table and other guesis, last Saturday afters noon, was one of the most enjoyable >f the season. The home of Dr. ind Mrs. MuKmney is one of the most attractive places in Alton.both in regard 10 ciiuation and interior arrangement, be large rooms being nicely adapted for ibo purpose of entertaining. Mrs. MeK'uiney is an adept in this art, and he ease and natural courtesy of bei nunner ixmko her a favorite in her circle of friends. The very delicate ao«J pretty pieces of handiwork furnished by .ho hostess as prizes were highly prized by the six ladies who were fortunate enough lo win them. A collation, consisting of coffee, sandwiches, ices and cakes, was served to the guest j, abuut forty in number. Change of Time. Commencing Monday, April 4th, the steamer Hudson will leave St. Louis for Alton, Portage, Jersey, Grafton and all points on St. L. & O. 1. R. R,, daily, except Sunday, at 8:30 a. m., arriving at Alton at li a. m. Relum- ing will leave Alton for St. Louis at 5:45 p. m. arriving at St. Louis at 7.30 in ample time fur parties to- attend theatres, etc. Parties purchasing round trip tickets wiil bo furnished state rooms without extra cost. Round trip tickets of steamers Spread Eagle or Hudson will be honored by either boat for return passage. Boat will leave Alton for St. Louis at 8 o'clock a. m • Sunday. . '_ THE Alton Horticuliural Society met today at, residence of Hon. J. H. Yager. Report will appear next week. NEW BOOK BINUBRT — About 100 volumes of tho Public Library have been rebound at the new Sentinel Bindery The work is well and substnnti- ally done and .the finish, with gilt lettering and other ornamentation, is all that could be desired. This is a now enterprise m this city and should for that reason, as well as on account of the excellence of the work, bo well patronized, . cntiuua NOTICKS. ( To tecvre inttrtion, notice* under thi» hcatlmum te handed in before 11 a, m.) I! ST. PAtii.'ii Cannon.—Service, Sertuon nnd Holy Communion 10:80 n.m,; S. S. at 0 :SO u.m.; soi vice unit sermon at Trinity ohupnl, 8|p. m,; evon sang nnd readings 7:S). .Kegntar and surpllced choirs. Ushers at tho door. All cordially Invited to attend. M. B. CHUIICJI.—Preaching by the pastor, Kuv. 11. 11. SUmiuv, at 10:i!> a.m. mill 7 p. m. Subject. In tliu momlng—spiritual Growth Eubjt'.ut in U»u evening—The Mvauuveol Duty. Survives cotmm-nce promptly at thu minute. Scuts (roe. All invited. BAPTIST OIIUUCH.—Hev. L. A. Abbott, U.D., pastor, 1'reuouliiK to-morrow by the pattor; Sunday uoliool at 8:30 u, m.; Huntorotown ulmpol S. 8. at 1 p. m. Vouni! people's meet- lugul<):3U p. in. All Interested are oordlal- ly Invftou to all serviced. CONOIIKOATIONAI. ClIllIlOU.—BOV, Mr, Uolf lodge, of -Brighton will preach In tin) morn • tun. IIo will aluo lecture on "Missions In Africa," before the Young Pooplu'e Uianlonury Boolotv, In thu eve. Mr. Golledge upont a iiumbvr ol yearn In Afiloa and can Hpeak from port Oniil observation. Morning service atlfl:4B; avoaoivlce at 7>j o'clock. Buclely of Oh rlstian Knilouvor nt o :<S. I'Kf.uiivritUiAN uiiyiicil.—The Rnv, A. T. Woltf, D. U., pastor, will prevcli to,morrow. Huhjcut In thu inorulnv, "Joseph's Sale and Imprlxininout." Snbjnol at 7:8(1 p.m., "Joy In Heaven ovir One iltepontunt Sinner." HtrttnKi"" and all othort uru uordtitlly Invited l:> these servtoos. The eve servloo Is always for tub Keoeral uiasios, or for the young people. S. 8,. at»;ID u, ni.; Young people'* meet• Ing fttfl:»0p. m. We FEEL and KNOW we are offering an assortment of DRESS GOODS never equaled Iby us before. .STANDARD GOODS of all kinds, NEWEST STYLES and COLOKS 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 & Carr P. C-. Co. READY-MIXED PAINT, White and colors. PAINT GROUNDT.HICK, in while and culors, to be thinned with oil. WHITE LEAD, OILS and COLORS. ALABASTINE, WHITING, and GLUE. Marsh's Drug Store. \ \ ' Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard ancUolt 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 equul. Also HOOKING and OUTTEltlVO nncl JOBBING done at reasonable rates. Dull and examine my stock Uofore imrclm&ln,; elsewhere, 532 East Second st, , 5th door west of Henry A I .J. GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money, Hiflse sts. J. , >Wi i ,vAt|

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