Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 4, 1887 · Page 3
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'B«8T qualltr of Shirting Print* pretty new styles are 50, at H. • Bowman A Go's. wide heavy Penangs in 40 new patterns, at H, J. Botvinau & Go's. W» are showing some vary pretty style*, medium and dark dross gating at 12 l«2c per yard.— H, J, Bowman & Co. SPRINO styles of those very popular Century Cloths arc iiovv.on sale at U. i(, Bowman & Go's, FottTY places Crinkled Seersuckers in ohotoest patterns, at U. J. Bowman & Oo's. NOTICE For tlie rear 1987 we •hall charge the following rat«« tor traiutant nottee* In our local column*: 7 6 PALMER Seersuckers, Toll! Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams In great variety, at H. J. Bowman & Oo'a. WE are Miowtng a complete stock of .Spring Woolens for dress goods,including double width Cable Twil Is at 15c ;40 inch cashmere at 2fie; also Novelty Fabrics of both .foreign and domestic make.—H. J. bowman & Co. INOUB 811k Department wo are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and KbiidaniBs In every new and popular shade. In 'Black Silks we aro offering some nplendid values in Gros Grains, Surubs, Rlmdamos, .Faille Francaiao and Brocades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. Single Insertion , . . Three to flvoirutertlons, . . SU to fw«lvei ignitions. . KATK80F AliVKRTtMNG: • THANSIBNT.— FIFTY tvnts per Jnch first insertion, uuu rtrsNTy-Fim cant* j»r inch .(or each lutiB quuiit inswtltm. $3 per Inch Hint month, J1.1W porlnoli.oaoh mouth tlnn-oaltor C.KOAI. APVKI1TI8INQ: |1 per Inch for the first Imwrtlcn, and SO cento pur Inch lor uuuh fcubiiuguunl Iniiortion. <a- Aljovu r i'iUon will Ira at! latljr uduured to. TUB DAILY TELKOKAL'H Is delivered by anrriera to uil piirtu of tho city of Alton and Upper ,tlton, for tan cents por' week. Mailed to any addrosa at tho rut« of $5 20 per year. TI1H TKLKUKAPII Ima tliiriurtjent ulrimla- tlon nf any paper in Alton, anil la tliu boot uiL'dlutu lor itdvui'tlauro. IJOKNKIt THIItU AND 1'USA STRBBTS. TELE- PUONB.NO.8H. loud one and no flattering In Its unanl. mity that It ought to be irrasiatiblo. Pouott CODUT—Frank floben, arrested for aiuault and battery, by the night force Saturday, was lined «5 and routs by Justice Handle today, and committed. •IN VELVBTS wo are prepared to show Stripes and Freize Noveltiec, Plain Silk Velvets and I'lushes in every shade. 1'lam and Striped Velvnteens, and now colors in the popular Dress Corduroys. —II. J. Bowman & Co. WE CALL .special 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.—U. J. Bowman & Co. IN OUR Flannel Department can be found'wery quality and width of Whin: Flannel in all Wool and Uomet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacqui-- ings, Tricovs and Albatross,;• in all iln popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co WE ABE prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. Wo have retained all the old favorites and added runny new lines. In Fabric and Km Gloves wo show all the popular make- including plain and embroidered bucks, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowman &Co. ' IN OUR Shirt Department you can find a real good white shirt for oOo and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirty, tine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirt;. and all sizes in Boys>' Laurel Shin Waists.—H. J. Bowman &Co. DO. IT/IT TkVNT'Q DAjJUJUJuU O Second atreot.nuai , corner 01 Huury — FOlt- FINE STATIONERY, flueh af Crane's Floral. Waiting's Standard Paivers. HurlUut'a Freno'i Linens, Kollput Ragged EUn«, Elite Ragged Kdjfe, Balmoral Linen, Urinlu'8 Linen, Turkey LulU Linen, Pmoh Blow, MlkuOo, uhurfod Ed ice, Greau. Laul. Mourning Note, and a larue urtjortuiem 01 Illuminated and Decorated stationery Peumson'a Wax and Heals, School Tublou- and Stationary. dec6dwly PIANOS, ORGANS arid"" SEWING MACHINES! C.I GAP FOR CASH ON TIM 15 PAYMENT.- tlonoa and Organs tuned and repaired Si w- Inu Machines repaired Supplies lor all Ma- o.iTnes. N. 1). LAMOUEUX, Uaelo Dealer, Third atrent, nearly opposite ,Bolle, Alton 111. deettdwly WATCH • OR THE BARGMNB I<« JOIVS NEW COB. RUILUIMO, HKNRY ST., AT MB». D. HKlTKAMf'S, All kinds o( Fancy, Hand made, Knit and Croon t goods. Hoods,TobugKH"s and Mils. Men'c Scans and Fascinators at very low prloeu. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowing and Stamping D me. Uome and give us n call. Don't forget the plnce, decO dwly AT— ,C-M- CrandalJ's Crockery Store FOtt TOE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, SOopor set. Good 8-Inch Plates, 80c per set. Meat Dishes, 5c'to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50u each. Pitchers, 6c to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crj'stal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Suuuers, lOu per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75o each. Assorted Color Cologne Slots, 50c por set. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner' Sets, 815. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 ner\set. Triple Plated Korku, $1.50 per set SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Parts of all all Machines. We have now the B, & G.Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Bug Patterns and Machine E. GOULDING. TOWN»111P ELECTIO.V, TUESDAY, APKIt. 6. Wit ui'O au.buMzod to aniiuui.cu JOUN F. MoGlNMS aj a candidate lor Township supervisor. WE aro authorized to announce JOttN DOW as u candidate lor Supei-v'eoratthetcwuublp election, Tueaduy, April Gtti. Wo aru authorized to announce JOHN K. BU I'LKB as a candidate for Aasl-tHUt Super, vloor. . We authoilze'J toannounce ADOLPH IN- VEKN as a candidate lor Aaaessof at tbe en- bulng townslilp oleotlon. Woareau'horlzod to announce JOHN P. KUHX aa a candidate for To.vnalilp Collector. Election, Tuesday, April Bib. Wis nre autbotlzed to annonnoe VICTOR BRUO1I us a candidate for Collector at township election. "WK a> e authorized to announce Mr. M. MAHOMtV UN a oandidate for Oullcctor at the ensuing township election. S OITVBLEOT1OS, TOE8UAV, Al'BH.19. We are uutborlz- d touiiiiouiiculi. NATHAN as a candidate tor Alderman of tUo Fourth ward. ' Burke will leave this ove« ulna; fur the purpose of taking Wash- Ineton Bullock, a 1C year old lad, to the Uutorm School at Pontla'o, to which ItiHinution he was sontpiiced for 3) -2 years lor horse stealing, by'the Circuit Court at EUwardsville. FIKB— OOP of the rcyW of frame homas, corner of Ninth and Alby streets belonging to Mr». C. W. Dim* iiiuok, Ciiutilii Hi'o on ihe roof about out- o'clocik today from flying sparks. B> i ho use of a ladder and a few buokets of wnter the fUmea were extinguished with but trifling darange. Loans' Dates, L-uajns, Bananas, it at CntcoiT Court was uiijourued Fudny until noxi VVcdnesdHV. Vox? thH iiui>uuiiudti 10was hip tielut t nuuf/bw and vutu it early. A univorsal reuiitik by every stuukei of cigars: N«miiii;ur'8 Fi^ tind Mugnu- Iia are the beat cigars in tho market. FOHTHK PEN.— Sheriff Burke took tohn Johnsnh of Venice, and Frank Pearson of Alton to the Chester feni- tentiary •: Saturday. Johnson was sentenced for one year for chicken stealing; Pearson 2 1-2 years for thu theft of harness and other articles. Go to ConnorV for fresh oysters.' It Judge Lev! Davis is visiting relatives at Las Vegas. N. M. Alton and Southern Illinois Horticultural Society met Saturday at Hon. J. H. YagerV residence. It was an interesting sescion. The members find t hit the peach budi- are not all killed, but tho "crop" will be very light. A sumptuous dinner wac a very attractive feature and one appreciated. MR J. M. Page, of tho Jersey County Democrat, uniioutiuus himself as a can- didaiu for Mayor of Jeraevvillo. Money to loan on improved properly. ... For particulars, apply to -WHIPPI.B& SMILEY ST. Louis bridge passengers are protesting vigorously against the increased rate of faro on tho trains. THE work of MoAuarnifitng Twelfth street is proceeding rapidly, beipg completed the moat of tbe way from Henry to Langdon street. THE mercury at Col. Doty's residence yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock marked 86 deg. TU.H morning at vhe same place it registered 81 dfg., a fall of 66 dug. in about fifteen hours. J. E. VAK'PELT," one of '.he leading Democratic politicians of Chicago, and for years Secretary of thu Cook County Central committee, H one of the indicted boodlovB. Van Poll was formerly a resident of Jersey county. MR. Chas. Kern, the President of the Cook County Democratic Club, tins c.mie out in fuvor of (he Republican municipal ticket in Chicago, "as thi only sufe thing" in tbe present contest with the socialists. Spring Goods. New goods in all shades and colors, which will bo made up in suits a\ reasonable prices. All goods cut and made by tho Now York Fashion Review. We guarantee a fine flt.at Brueggeman, tho Tailor's. ' 16 dwlra Mr, Geo. Loarts is only a new begin* ncr in thn candy business but is making a big success of it. He makes all his own candy, uses only pure materials, and is building up a tint} business strictly ou the merits of his goods. He ships candies now to various points adjoining, and also delivers it to a\l|. part(if the city, free of charge. Money to loun on improved real ftstato. Apply to Rn'durpbausen & S >nntug. Third street. dif A complete Imo uf .Spring and Simmer Gnoils for (TOIII'S VVuar, lately received by 13. C. U. Morliz, Third siiwt. moli 17 if CONFIRMATION .SERTIOES.—Twenty Children were confirmed at !he Evan- anneal church yesterdny, 17 girls and 8 boys, by the pastor, lltiv. J. Graessle. The church was nicely decorated for the occasion with pot plants, flower* and garlands and presented it most Httraciive appearance. The impressiveness of tbe services was greatly increased by appropriate music, excellently rendered by the choir. A GENTLEMAN,of Middletown who, about two weeks ago, lost a valuable Blue Helton dog, a rare and beautiful English variety, is of the opinion that the people generally should know that dogs on which tuxes have been paid arc property, the same as cows and horses, and that unprovoked slayers of these animals are liable for damages. The owner of the minding dog would noi have exchanged it for the best horse in town. , Choice Oranges at Loart*' Cindy Uuzitr. ^ u 1XTEI1 STATE <JU.«HKRUE BILL. As the .Inter Stutu Commerce bill noes into effect tomorrow we publish, on the fout tli page of this paper tbe full text of the measure. Business men >bou!d h'le this paper for reference. JOHN now7 The important office of Supervisor o Alton town«hip will be ably filled by the election of Mr John Dow. He is one of our most capable business men and stands deservedly high in the community us a gentleman of chc racier and standing. DOS'! FOBUETV Don't forgot tomorrow that you want wule-awftho,competent men to represent Alton on the Board of Supervisors at Edwardsvlllo. Such men are John K. Butler, A. F. Betz and Chas. Henderson. Vote for them. MrV.foBb MoDoWall,' of Batata, spent Sunday in ihn city* '" Mrs. Jennie Wilkinson, of Onester, . her father. Mr. H, tt. M'Pike, ' " Mrs. H.G M'Pike returned home yesterday from a visit With rt>latlrea lit Cincinnati, and Oovington, Ky,, Mrs. P, J. Sargent, of Eitervillo.lo., tfter a visit with relatives here, returned home last evening. Mr; Scott Cunningham returned Saturday from an extended Southern business trip. ,. Miss Mae Dawson, who has been visiting relatives the past few weeks at Terre Haute, Ind., returned home Saturday evening. Tho great Cunarder, Hoythia, which was falsely reported wrecked on the Masiaohmetts co.«t yesterday, is a steamer well known to numerous Alton* mns who have crossed the Atlantic on her. Among them we recall Mr. E. P. Wade anrt-Dr. Haskell. BIVtfK HEWS. The river is falling. The Spread Eagle came up from St. Louis Saturday evening looking like a new boat. She has been repainted inside and out, her machinery, furniture and bedding overhauled j new carpets put down in her cabin andj m short, ahe is now pronounced "one of the linust boats that passe* under the bridge." ThR Hudson arrived from St. Louis about 11 o'clock today, running according to the new arrangemont, making good time in spite of a stroug bead wind. She left for Grafton between 11 «nd 12, will return here this afternoon and leave for St. Louis at 6 o'clock. Tho M iry Morton for Wahiisha and uw-t." above and the Spread Eagle for (jrarton, are the boats to leave this evening. TUB KLKCT10N. Thei e is probably nothing to add to what we have already said la regard to the townnhip election tomorrow. The ticket nominated l>y the Republican iMiuveution is a good one from top to bottom and should be elected in the internet of the taxpayers and of good !<i>voniruent. The ticket will be elect, d •f eveiy Republican will turn out and do. hi* duty tomorrow as a citizen, But we wish to say, right here, that if it is elected tho TELEGRAPH doe* not intend to parade the result as a partisan victory. It could not be rightly BO considered because, al. ihougn there are Democrats in the Held for the various offices, still that party has made no formal nominations, and. we ao not wish to make any claims which would grate harshly on the feelings of Democrats who do not regard this as a partisan contest. The ticket named by the party this paper represents is wor'hy thu support ill goou citizens and if it receives the mdor»cment of the people, aud capable men are thus elected to our local offices, we shall be satisfied, and don't propose to "Sound the hewgau, bust the drum" over a "grand Republican victory." ' if 1 4? 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 COLOKS in MOST RECENT MAKES. BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds \ FROM TEN CENTS PR And all at ^ HarrDlCo, 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, end GLUE, I ' V Y'l Marsh's Drug Store. * Dull pr<-sent fire di<paitment in not H volunteerorciiniziitlDii. lib workmgfor pi'v. It* m«mUei-»ar« aiueiiabl« t« o' : it<- (tmin just us itrn any other public <.lllti.'i-H it IM eliurgfil with llui prou-cll in of the prupurty tif cilia list from Ure. If there ure unv weak pdints in ltd nriranliiiilon they slion'il be remedied, If It lucks any tippliiuioes t*> incruiise 1U eniuioney thoy Khotild bo supplied without delay. Wo have no personal feeling in tho mniter. We speak for the property holdiifB who have a tight to demand thn Ininl service poHBihlo fur the t-tao int they have paid fur pro'potion. Dregs making, oust side "f Siatostreet, n few doors above Fourth. *-Kate Clifford. 281? SOMKrilLNG TO THIS* OF. We seldom agree with the political* utterannes of the St. bouw Republican but it prints a thought this morning that' every voter interested in good govern'-' ment should: road. . It saya:, : . Unforiunntely the citizen who would imvi'r knowingly vote.for an unfit ciiii- . I id it I u IH llm very (Mid who !•< moHl, lifcuK to xtuy awiy from Ihe pulls on «lectio< <liy. Thu uii'ii whose vi'tusonn he controlled ard llm ones wh'i always vote. JOHA 1'. KUHN. There Is no valid • ica-on why nn\ goon uitlzi'ii, 0'piiuiHlly If he bu a Ri'- putil o«n, should vote iigalnst John I'. Kiilm, for r>uviHhi|> Ooileutir. llu i» in t;verv wav qinililliul for tlui posUiun, He was born and raised In Alton iinil no one ean sny aught uifainst hi olmruoior or itbilliies. Wo mentioned iho other d»y tlmt he was the son o- that gallant soldier, tho Into (Jol, Knlin. one of the best men Alton sent to the war; but It was unnecessary for us.to' recall ihiitfuot; the son has rmido hl> own record in Alton, and Is running on Mint, not on thu reputation otj hin father. Ciaolutiatl udminiatered a secord defeat to the Indianapolis Mtiroons Saturday by a score of 9 to 6, A CALLtfOR ALUKKM&NIX TUB TltlKU WAIJU. To H. U. Schwfppe: . Wo the uutleisigtied, residents of the Third ward, do most earnestly request ,vou to become Our candidate for Alderman; believing that the prosperity o I •>ur city depend largely upon those who represent her in the common council, nnd believing the time has come for each and every citizen to put his oboulder to the wheel and push her on to tb-it place that nature has destined her to occupy, and knowing you to be Interested in her future and believing you will do all you can'to advance her natural interests, we do pledge ourselves irrespective of party, to votofor^and support you for said position: JiiUn Curdle, Jaret) P. As! The Iiargest and Most plete Assortment of Hard and ?oit Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves The Celebrated EVER BROUGHT TO Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. Tbey have no equal. Alan nOOKTKG and utlTTEHI.VO and JOBBING done at reasonable ratug. Cull and uXMiiine my stock boforu puwslmalii,! wlsuwhere. T Dp>O"£»nHarrH- 532 East Second sk . J . L-Jfc?g tJlinarU t, 6t hdoor west of Henry Ft nk Fisher, W. U, tiutupltlgo, C. H. Rat).., Joun A. UouBloy. A. J. Glen, J O. JloNi'ly. J. II. Muuiifn, Jr. John llui'kin K. Wllllsina. '$. i. . ttu. . a. Dctrlcb, lionniui Solmeldor, B S. Hi niiuor, L,. A. AliUott, U. II. Mauler, I,. IIUIVlIlD, P M. 8. Taylor. A. llui t)«l, Tlin-. Moonoy, II. U. M'l'lku, i.iniUJ UuiiKon, J 1* Mori ittrtwy. U. L WHltur, A. F. Krlivuk, 0. iv. >iiin(ii'. '.; lIUlc'U KculU.il, 1, E. UHI-UC, tJiiii. II itfnimin, .1 hit rl. It ,ov, WII luin Ju,iiiaii,i (juo 110 Flctolior, Jod. (i< Ut'll, K. Scliwcnpe, P. (j. lliifluw, Po-d. L"Vwidy, I.. I limtor, II. O. I'rliwt, K i. J, I,. I 1 " bclminlur, Julin iiiilfiiiunn, lll'ltllHOII IIOI'iHlU, Jnliu li. Alpl'lku, \Vin, Iliitulilntoii. AkiX. Fitz frank X. JHIIJIII Uuuo GllUfft, Uiiu«. UiirntHt, II. VtiVOll. Illt.tOII WIlHMI, . Sr , JIIIIIUH llu Ui-u. Midir, Aduliili >iohr, WuUnn Kutludge. 0. II. Sii'llc, Kliku 11. tuylor, .ilU'lnii'l lUrwiiii, U, II. Bind-, W. 0 JpliuitOD, B, \V-B10KWuy, Br. .Ash, JU. U. Topping, J. A. Oooley. Felix crown, James Buckle*. J. WeaU, li. A. Biiawortb, J. U. Booth, U. F. Stulzel, tieo. A. McUtllen, W Ftahur, A; 1'. Jlei-rlwotUor, 0. H. Warner, K. Yokuin, J. U, Aalicruft, Andruw J.iokaon, Uuii'Ko P. VVeadc, Jrtn. Fin luton, \ieo.F. Diivl«, Win W Ikor, Win. J. Ferguaoiif JKIIIIIO L win, JuiiH'S lloilly, John KrookD, Julin MfUi'ii, J. UwlirliiKiir, J>1>, tllU'l'l'tt, • WilHum )«)L'or, W, M. ICicliiii'iud, T, Mi'KlluiHt, Frank iiuhaub, (llimlua MbUue, 1). Wnl ur, 1. U. Hi ufgKimiau, Jlunry WIUKOII, Itulicn Oiudlu, David .Juhutton, It M.tilll, Tlma Hull, A. .1. Ul«n, Jr., Ijimlx Uernor, Kn, w. Kvklvr, W. P. DIUlako, It. UIIJM(II), L. M. tUlllwell, A, K. Jluaautt, 1'i'ocl. Humbert, Itiibl. Hlinn, Jngupli Dbvunov, tV. ti, Wttyiimu, H. U. I'litlflpa, Jiluob MuUiili. i'uior ijuoi'tlor, P, L. lleitv, U H, l.uint, K. II, U via. Uitvid Ky UH, 11. It. Stuufoi'd, A. UtJaulHis. J.I'.Uoulil, Ouu W. Ui Ouo. A.xtrattou, Aadre«rM*tlier. GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, _ w The best for

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