Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 8, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 8, 1887
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WB ask yon to carefully read this column,'—H. J. Bowman & Co.. BKBT quality of BhlrUng Prints -Jn pretty, now / fltyles • are 60, at 11. J. Buwttinn & Go's. ; YARD wide heavy Penangs in 40 new pntteras, at H. ,!. tiowtuiirt'&.Co's. WE are showing soino very pretty stylos, medium and dirk drubs «atia« fttlS l«2c per yard.—H. J. Bowman^ Co. AITON DAILY TEIEQRA pa FRIDAY EVE., AP1UL 8. G 1 stylos of thoso vory popular Century Cloths are now on sale at* II. J. Bowmau.& Go's. ! FOUTY places Crinklod Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at II. J. Bowman & CO'S. .,/,'.:'.''•'•' ',' • •'•' •'•' •;.;• PALMISK Seersuckers, Tolli Du Nords Dress and Domestic Olnghams In great rurloty, at H. J. Bowmau & Go's, WK are showing a complete stock of dpring Woolens for dross a;oods,lnciud- ing double width Cable Twills at 15cj40 inch cashmoro at 25c; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—H. J. Bowman & Co. ^ INOUB Silk Department we are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Khadames in 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 & Go. IN VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and Froize Novelties, Flam Sill|j Velvets and Plushes m every shade. Plain and Striped Velvoteons, and now colors in the popular Dress Corduroys. —II: J. Bowman & Co. WE CALL special attention to'our Black Goods. Largo 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 OUR flannel Depurtuient can be .found every quality and width of White Flannel in all Wool and Uomet, also many pretty styles, Striped Saeque- ings, Tricots and Albatross, in 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 qnd added many new lines. In Fabric and Kid Gloves we show all the popular makes including plain aad embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowmau &Co. IN ODB Shirt Departmentyou can find a real good white shirt for 50c and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, floe pleated Dress shirts, Night shirts and all sizes in Boys' Laurel Shirt Waists.—H.J. Bowman & Co. uo IT AT TkVKPO Second street.near 1HJ XLUJUJJ £ta 0, corner ol Henry —FOR— JFINE : STATIONERY, Such as Orane's Floral, Whiting's Standard Papers, Hurlbut's French Linens, Eclipse ilatjgod EdKO, Elite Ragged Edge, Balmoral Linen, Griffin's Linen, Turkey Laid Linen, Peach Blow, Mikado, Charred Edtto, Oreani Laid, Mourning Note, and a large assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Dennlson'a Wax and Seals. School Tablets and Stationery. . • decBdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CHEAP FOR OAB1I ON TIME PAYMENTS Hanos and Organs tuned and repaired- Sirw Ing Machines repaired Supplies lor all Machines. N. D. LAMOHEUX, Music Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. decOdwly WATCH .•OB THE BARGAINS IN JOB'S NttW OOK. BUILDING, HENRY ST., AT AIRS. I). UKITKAJUCP'S, All kinds of Fancy, Hand made, Knit andOro- cn"tgoodB. Hoods.Tobaggaus and Mils. Men's Bcarls and Fascinators at vory low prices. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sewing and Stamping Done. Oomo and give us a call. Dou't forgot tUe place, dec6(lwly -OALL AT— C-M. Crandall's Crockery Store you TUB LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 30c per set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30c per set. \ Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c. each. Pitchers, 5o to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15e per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc per set. ' Fruit Dishes, 5o to 7Sc each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets. 50c per sot. Beautiful Decorated English Dm- aer Sots, 815. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 nor sot. Triple-Plated Forks, $1.50 per sot SUPPLIES. Oils. Needles, and Parts of all all Machines, We have now the B. & G. Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Bug Patterns and machines E. H. GOULDING. Fresh Bulk Oysters at Connor's. It THE Insurance adjusters were engaged today estimating the loss by the Box factory fire. Spring Gloves in newest shades, at Piorson & Carr Dry Goods Go's. It Our prices will be found to bo as low as the lowest.—Mornssey Bros.' It Girls! Bring in the Lace you made ! prthe Globe Fair before 3 p. m., Sat- irday sure. 'It WILSON & Kankin's Mammoth Mins- rels, one of the greatest 'and most uecessful troupes known to amusement, annals, will appearat the Opera House, under Manager Mather's auspices, in a short time. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS, For tlio year 1887 we ahall charge the following rates for transient notlcei In Our local columna: 1 • ', . ' ' PerUnt, Single insertion . , . 10 cents. Thfoo to flvu Insertions, , . 7 Six to twolvo Insertions, . . B KATB8 OF ADVERTISING: TiuNsiBNT.- FIPTY cents per Inoh fliflt in- sortton, and qiretfTr-F/yjl conta p«r inch for each subsequent Insertion. f3 pal' inch first .month, $1,50 month thoroiUtor. LEGAL ADVERTISING I $1 per inch tor tlie .first Iniortlon, and 00 cents per inch for each oubsoquonl Insertion. *3- Above rates will bo strictly adhered to. TUB DAILY TMLKGUAl'U la delivered by carriers to all parts of the city of Alton and Upper Alton, for ten cents per week, Mailed to any address at the rate of $6.20 per year. THIS TKLKQllAl'H lias the largeat circulation ot any paper in Alton, and is the best moil I um for advertisers. OollriBB THIRD A.ND i'USA 8TKKBTS. TKLE- r-HONBNo.'SS, ANNOUNCEMENTS. CITY EUIOTION, TUESDAY, AI'IHt 19. MATOIt. Wo are authorised to announce FREDERICK W. JOESTING as aoandidateforMayor OITV ATTOIINET. We arn authorized to announce that L. D. YAUEHls a oandldato for election, to the oulco of City Attorney, at the ensuing city election, April 18th, 1887. WE arc authorized to announce II. 8. BA- KBK, Jit,, as a candidate for the office of City Attorney. OITV CU5IIK. We nre authorized to announce ALBERT E. BASSKTT us candidate for Olty Clerk. BWK are authorized to announce PATRICK WAKD as a candidate for City Clerk. We are authorized to.annonnoe B. NATHAN as a candidate lor Alderman'of the Fourth ward. , \ New line of spring goods opened today.—Morrissey Bros.' It Dress making, east side of State street, a few doors above Fourth. — Kate Hifford. ' 28J2 THE announcement of Mr. Patrick Ward as a candidate for City Clerk appears today. Mr. Ward has held the office of Clerk of the City Court for 12 •ears and hU urbaho and genial disposition has made him very popular. $1:50,., worth $2.60 to $3.00, a lot /adies'side lace shoes—Scar Shoe Store. It Beautiful Satteens in newest styles.— Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co. It Don't-buy Clothing or Hats till you lave seen what's at the Globe. 7 3 MR. F, W. Joesting, of the well- known clothing firm ef Joesting & Sachtleben, is announced in this paper as a candidate for Mayor. Mr. Joesting has been m business here since 1858, and is one of oar most esteemed merchants and a man of wide influence, especially among bis fellow countrymen . More new Dress Goods today, at ?ierson & Carr Dry Goods .Go's. It 'Mascot," the leading; line Men's shoes.—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It Easter Cards m great variety at Hols den's- 7 2 To hold a Citizens' Mass Mooting to nominate a candidate ior Mayor, instead of a Republican convention, would bo either opening the doors and inviting the Democrats to take possession; or, it would be simply throwing the control of the nomination into the power of a crowd of irresponsible individuals, who would be sure to be on hand, and might out-number those who cared for the intorodts of the city, and would bo as apt to nominate Coppinger as anyone else. That's the danger of a ' 'Citizens' Mass Meeting"—and whore it is inferior to a responsible delegate convention. Clothing and Shoos are going at 2.40 on the Shell Koad liato, at Globe As» sigiieo sale. It A complete lino of Spring and Summer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. C, G. Morltz, Third street. mohl7 If lioforo buying your spring Shawl or Bonnet sue what IN in thu Globe. 7 it Goods. New goods in all shades and colors which will be made up in suits at reasonable pnuos. All goods out and made by the Now York Fashion llovlow. Wo guarantee a line lit, at Bruoggomau, the Tailor's. 16 dwlra Candies, Fruits, Nuts of all klnda.— Loartft' Bazar, in Fluke's building, Sec ond and Henry Bts. It PKUSOHAL. ^ Mr. Charles Dykeinan left for Warsaw yesterday. Mrs. Fred Still, of St. Louis, Is v! tine: her father, Mr. John Itowa. Mr. J. A. Buchland, of St. Louie, was m town today looking after his property interests. Only $1.00, lot of Misses' side lace shoes.— Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It is the only magazine in the world that is devoted exclusively to the oaro of young children. It is ably edited and should have thousands of subscribers. Terms $1.60 per year Babyhood Publishing Co., 5 Beekman street, Now York. All sizes Misses' spring heel shoes at Morrissey Bros.' It In shopping remember the Globe. 73 Don't forget to see our bright array of Spring Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods. Prices lowpr than over known, at John H. Oltuiiinn'a, 2nd st. 8 2 Millinery is booming with a bier boom at the Booming Globe. It Seasonable Lnxnries. Lemons, bananas, oranges, figs, grapes and other fine fruits; delicious ice cream: also home made and fancy candies and beautiful Easter eggs, at 73 ' LEYSER'S. THE WO UK OP THE COftYMTI ON. The Kepublican City Convention did ;ood work last night in the selection of ward delegates as the list, in another column, shows. It now only remains for .ast night's action to be supplemented by the nomination, of good men this evening and-the people are ready, wiling and anxious to rally to their support. Those who are inclined to misgivings should recall to mind the gloomy predictions that were made prior to the election last fall, yet when the lest came he Republicans carried the city by 100 majority, that too when the Democracy were much more thoroughly united ban they are at present. The people are argelyj inclined to lay aside partisan. >redilections at present and vote, without regard to previous political affilia. tion, for the "best men." These, we have confidence, will be named tonight. , Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Rndershausen & Sonntag. Third street. dtf —«^———~ « A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Fig and Maguo- ia are the best cigars in the market. A HEUOINB. A short time ago a party of Altonians were waiting at Wann for a tram when ho subject of snakes was mentioned and the general feeling of repulsive 'ear of them spoken of; whereupon a gentleman of the party remarked: There is an Alton lady here who is uot afraid to pick up serpents in her hand." "I've got one she will not dare to :ackle, I'm sure," remarked a resident of Wann." The speaker then retired 'or a few moments and returned with a mcket about half full of water from which a horrible r'epfHe reared its Head, waving it to and fro as'though ready to strike fangs into the first object that came within range. "There" remarked owner of the pet, "that's a regular old rusty water moccasin, now let's see you fondle it." The young lady says that her heart quailed a little at the sight of the angry ookmg serpent which bad degrees ot bidoousness beyond any she had ever seen. However, baring a round, white arm that would havo been, a temptation to the teeth of the best-disposed snake o be found anywhere, she plunged her mud into the water, caught the reptile by the neck and found that it was— made of wood; a perfectly liftMike representation, so much so as to deceive any observer. Road all about the Boys' Educational contest in Globe ad., of Alton Democrat, it Money to loan on improved farm property. For particulars, apply to WHIPPLE & SMILEY. It was not llostou, Littlo Boston boy (who, with his mamma, is visiting Now York)— Oh, mamma, what a Halo sliver of a moon hey have here! Why, m Boston it's a groat big round moon! Mamma (complacently) Yes, Waldo; >ut you must remember that Now York a vory different place from Boston.— SOMK Swiss capitalists propose to istabllsh snail culture in this country. H. Louis seems to bo the proper lotta* Ion for such u business enterprise . PEoruc generally wait until a rail. read doubles and quadruples the values of property buforo they begin to de» lounoo the railroad as "a monopoly and public enemy." REPUBLICAN PRIMARY MEETING. The Republican primary meeting at City Ball Inst 1 evening was well attended, but the holding of the Board of Trade meeting at the same hour was unfortunate in this, that many Repubh cans got tired of waiting for the Board meeting to close and went home. The chairman of the committee be ing detained by sickness in his family Mr. Geo. D. Hayden, by request, callec tho meeting to ordor. Capt. Starr wa elected chairman, and Mr. Frank Fisher, made Secretary, and read tho call for tho meeting. On motion the' convention dividec into ward meetings to soloot dolegatci to the City Convention to be hold thli evening, and to nominate candidate! for Aldermen if deemed expedient. On call of wards tho sub'-meeting reported the following delegates: FIU8T WAUl). Edward Lovis, Wm. E. Smith, John'K. Butlor, H. W. Hart, Jos. Crowe, Geo. S. Russell, Wm. N. Carbart, Adolph Wuerker. SKCOND WAUD. Albert Wade, E. A. Clement, C. A. stretmatter, U. G. Webb, Wm. H. Keith, Geo. D. Kayden. THIRD WABD. Henry Watson, L. J. Haagen, John A. Cousley, J. Wead, A. 'E. Bassett, Frank Fisher, W. L. Tarbott, W. H. Humpidge. I'OUUTH WARD. H. S. Mathews, Thos. Pates, S.F.Connor, Ed. Beall, W. L. Harris, Phil. Mook, : FIFTH M. H. Boals, H. T. Wheelock, Ed. Poindexter, H, J. Bowman, S.S.Hobart, J. T. McClure. WARD. Win, Quigley, J. U. Hudson, Samuel MoClure, C. B. Stanton, SIXTH WAUD. Geo. R. Hewitt, Fred Fischer, Henry Stamps, F. W. Hoppe, Joseph Hamill, J. J. Hartman. SEVENTH WARD. H. B. Starr, J. Johnson, J. Kuhn, Chas. A. Herb, Sam. Tomlinson, John Bishop, W. L. Ash. V No one being present from the Sixth ward the delegates named above were selected by the meeting. ALDERMEN. The First ward made no nomination for Alderman, but endorsed the petition for the candidacy of Geo, R. Allen. . Second Ward—No nomination. The Third ward made no nomination 'or Alderman, but acquiesced in the call for Mr. H. M. Schweppe. The Fourth ward nominated Mr. Jno. 3. Roper. The Fifth. Mr. Chas. Holden, Jr. The Sixth' and Seventh wards made no nominations. After the ward meetings had reported, Capt. Foster made a motion that the meeting discuss the propriety of calling a citizens' massjmeeting instead of a convention to nominate city candidates. This motion to discuss the matter the chair declared carried, but was oblivious t* calls for a division. Mr. Fisher, then, as a substitute for 3apt. Foster's motion, offered the following resolution: Resolved, That it is the opinion of this neeting that the convention tomorrow night adjourn without making any nominations,and that a mass meeting of citizens be called next week for the nomination of a citizens' ticket. This resolution was promptly voted down, and the convention adjourned. The delegates above named will meet at the City Hall this evening to nominate a city ticket. f "Mikado," the latest style Ladies' shoes.—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It BOARD OF TRADE. The meeting last evening was called ,o order by President Pfeiffonberzer. Mr. H. R. Phlnney stated tho meeting wag called for the purpose of taking some action to have the C. & A. run heir Kansas City trains through Alton. Alter a general discussion Mr. Phinney offered the following resolution: liesolved, that a petition be circulated emanating from the Board of Trade for signature among tho citizens and business men of Alton to the Railroad and iVarehouso Commissioners asking them to request the Chicago and Alton rail- •oad company to run all their passengers trains through this city, for tho urther convenience of all persons coming to and going .from this city. And also that said committee confer with tho officials of the Chicago and Alton railroad on this subject A/tor general debate tho resolution was carried. Tho chair appointed Moasrs. H. Watson, W. Armstrong and H. Raiblo said committee. On motion adjourned. II. M. SCHWEPPE, Seo'y. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BOOM. iirtleali]loiHllii|{ to buy Roul Ksttito in the city ol Alton or rlclnlty will Und It to thulr interest to call at ilioolllooof Kudorsliaiiuou A HoumciK and examine their list of properties lor sale as only u part thereof Is advertised, unsdwtf KIDNEY And that weary, llfolosu iu|.«ono BuiiBiitkmover prouunt with tliouo of Inftumod kldnovs, wenk bank and lolim, iiohliiif Mns und Billon over- vorked or wornout by uiamiuo, debility or ISBlimtlcm, nro relieved In one mlunto und noudlly curad by thu outtoimi Anil 1'atu •iHutor,anew,orlglniil.ologant andlnrulllblo ntldotu to pain unit Inlluininutlon, At nil ruKUlttW.Uiui IWo tor $1; ov of 1'ottur )a,, lloaton, Dress Goods AT 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 IIP. And all at & Carr El ft. At Marsh's Drug Store YOU MAY FIND Fountain Rubber Syringes. Rubber Bulb Syringes, with metal or hard rubber pipes. Syringes, all styles and prices. Hard Rubber and Glass Syringes. MARSH'S DRUG STORE. 'The Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard and Soft 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 equal. Also KOOFING and GUTTERING and JOBBING done at reasonable rates. Oall and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. A T rioo*onHarHH- 532 East Seconds^ . J» J-/tJg t/l II leu U 1,5th door west of Henry GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money.

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