Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 9, 1887 · Page 3
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t,ji WE ask you to carefully rend this column.--H. J.. Bowman & Co. BEST quality of Shirting Prints In pretty, new stylos nre 6c, at H. J. s Bowman & Go's. YARD wide heavy Penangs in 40 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. ' WK BtylOH, ALTON DAILY TELEQRAPE SATURDAY EVK,.» APKIL 9. aro showing soino very' pretty , medium and dark dress satins " at 12 l-2o per yard,—H. J. Bowman <& Co. SPRING styles of those very popular Century Cloths are now on sale at II. J. flownian,.& Co.'S^ FOUTY pieces Crinkled Seersuckers In ) choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & •Go's. ' ._'•' • - ' .' ._•'." '".'•',•'•' PALMBB Seersuckers, Tolll Du Nords Dress and Domestic, Ginghams In great variety, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. WE are showing a complete slook of 'Spring Woolens for dress goodsjnclud* ing double width Cable Twills at 15c;40 inch cashmere at 26o; also'Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—H. J, Bowman & Co. IN OUR Silk Department we are show Ing Surahs, Gros Grains and Khiulames 5n every- new and popular shade. In Blaolc Silks wt; are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Khudumes, Faille Erancaise and Bro- cadns.—11. J. Bowman & Co. IN VEI/VBTS wo are prepared to show Stripes and Freize NoveltieB, Plain Silk Velvets nnd^ Flushes in everv shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and now colors in the popular Dross Corduroys. —H. J. Bowman & Co. ( WE CAti-~iBpeoial 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.—li. J. Bowman & Co. "'• . IN OUK Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of White ^Jannel in all Wool and Domet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacque- ings, Tricots and Albatross, m all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. WK ABE prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. Wo have retained all the old favorites and added many new lines. In Fabric and Kid Gloves we show all the popular makes including plain and embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.—H. J. Bowman &Co. •_ ' ' . IN OUR Shirt Dopartmentyou can find a real good white shirt for 60c and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine.pleated Dress shirts', .Nightshirts and all sizes in Boys' Lauiel Shirt I Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. NOTIOK TO AUVEKTiaEKS. For Hie year 1887 we shall charge the fol- ia wing rate* (or tranulont notices !n bur local columns: „, . "•'.-.' Per Unt. Single insertion .,.".• . 11) cents. Tbree to flvo ingenious. . . " 7 " Six to twelve Insertions, . . (I " . KATKSOF ApVKHTISING: f TRANSIKST.— PtPTY cento par Inch first In- Kortton, nnd TirtUrTT'flVlS cents pur inch forcmoh subsequent Insertion. J3 per Inch first month, $1,50 por inch .each month there after. LEGAL ADVBjRTJffllN.Q! $1 por Inoh for tho .flrgt iniertiou, and no cents per inch (or each subsequent insertion. 1 W Above ratoe.ivlll bo Strictly adhered to. TUB DAILY THLEGHAPH Is delivered by carriers to all parts of tbo city of Alton and Upper Alton, for ton cents per week. Moiled to any address at tho rato of $5.20 per year. TUB TELEGRAPH lias the largest olroultt- tipn of any paper In Alton, and is tbo best medium for advertisers. CoHNEtt TlIUtD AND i'USA. STUEET8. TELK- i'HONE NO. 88. ANNOUNCEMENTS. OITV BLEOTION, T0BSDAY, Al'Blt,10. 1IAYOB. Wo are authorized to announce FREDERICK W.JOKSTING as aoaaoUdate tor Mayor CITY ATTOIUJBT. Wo urn authorized to announce tbat L. D. YAUKK is a oaudidato for election, to tho office of Oity Attorney, at tbe ensuing o ity election, April 19th, 1887. , WE arc authorized to announce H. 8. BAKER, Jn,, as a candidate (or the oiHce of City Attorney. A CITY CLERK. We are authorized to announce ALBKBT E. BAS8KTT as candidate for City Olort. v WK are anthorlzed to announce PATRICK WAKD as a candidate for City Clerk. TBB4SUKBR. We are authorized to announce A. B. MC- KIKNEY as a candidate f or Oity Treasurer, ALDEHMKN. , We are authorized to announce B: HATH AN as a candidate lor Alderman of the Fourth ward. Get your Serflng Veillngjin all desirable shade* at Haagen '& FuesB b"ry Goods CVu. ' f 2 and $2.60, a Man's Genteel Dress Shoo,— Star Shoo Store. It BILLIARD SDIT.—Mr. Theo. Fries has sued the members of the former Alton Club, about 40 in \iuruber, for $28,vtliQ value of certain billiards ball that, he alleges, the club bought of him. The members say the balls , were only rented. The case Is sot for Wednesday, the 20th, before Justice Brandowoido, L. D. Yager for plaintiff, MoNulty and R. 8. Baker, Jf;, for the club. tlooda of Merit—Star Shoe Store. BADLY BURNED. — A young man named John Slenker, an employe at Beall Bros. 1 manufacturing establish- mcnt, was assisting m blacksmith work yesterday when the point of a pick, red hot, fell inside of his clothing. Be grasped at tho fragment in an effort to relievo himself of tho acute pain but only succeeded when it had burned entirely through his clothing. He was so badly injured by tbe hot metal that it was necessary to take him,.today, to his home near Godfrey. Latest Styles—Star Shoo Store. It Fine Nun's Veiling with a boder, at ilaagcn & Fuess Dry Goods CO'H. It ADDITIONAL local matter on second page. - .. . Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to Kudershausen & Sonntag. Third street. • dtf smoker Magno- A universal remark by every of cigars: Neminger's Fig and lia are the best cigars in the market. Dress making;, east side of State street, a few doors above Fourth. — Kate Clifford. 2812 Don't buy Clothing or Hats till you have seen what's at the Globe. 78 i UO 1T«Vr TYB l> Kr'C Second stroet.near < lo JlUlJJJJCjJJl Ot corner ot Henry -FOB- FINE : STATIONERY, Such as Crane's Floral, Whiting's Standard Pauers, Hurlbut's French Linens, Eclipse llumed KdRO, KHte Ragged Edge, Balmoral Linen, Griffin's. Unon, Turkey Laid Linen, Peach Blow. Mikado, Charred Edao, Oroani Laid, UournlnK Note, and a largo asaortmont ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. De-nnlBon's Wax and Seals. School Tablets nnd Stationery. docOdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CiiBAP FOE OA81I ON TIME PAYMENTS 11 nnos and Oraans tuned and repaired Sewing Machines, repaired. Supplies lor all Ma- Oflines. N - n - LAMOUBUX, Mnsio Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite WITH the arrival of good weather comes the opening of the spring trade. Those who wish to do well must tell the public where they do business and what they sell. Factory Shoes till you can't rest.— Star Shoe Store. It A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. C. G. Moritz, Third street. mobl7 tf Before buying your spring Shawl Bonnet see what is in the Globe. 7 or Belle, Alton 111. wly WATCH 3HBH. D. HEITKAMP'S, All kind* o£ Fancy, Hand made, Knit andOro- ca"t goods. IIoods.Tobaggans and Mils, Men's Scoria and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Drossinakiug. Plain and Family Sowing and Stamping Done. Oorno and give us a call. Don't forgot tho place. dec8dwly • — OALL AT— O.M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOtt THK LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 80c per set. . Good 8-incli 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, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc por set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75c each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets. 50c por sot, Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, $15. .Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50v>or set. Triple Plated Forks, 81.50 per set INDICATIONS for Illinois; Fair weather, southerly winds, becoming variable; stationary temperature during Saturday, followed by cooler weather on Sunday morning. Call at C. M. Crandall's Crockery Store for beautiful decorated chamber sets, 10 pieces, only $2.76, and 12 pieces (with slop jar) only $4.75 per set. 9 dw at UPUOLSTBRING—The old friends and patrons ol Mr. L,. Flachenecker will be glad to learn that he has again engaged m the upholstering business and is ready to nil all orders. Ho can . be found on State street nearly opposite Third. In shopping remember tho Globe. Don't forget to see our bright array of Spring Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods. Prices lower than ever known.'ac John H. Oltinann's, 2nd st. 8 2 IMPROVEMENT!!.—Tho addition to the Baptist Mission school Is about corn* pleted and the whole building is being repainted. Mr. F. Feldwisoh, on Washington street, has graded tho bank down in front of his residence, built a now fence, and planted & double row of trees, one outside, the other inside the fence. Tony Kramer has added a socorid story and put an addition to bis reals donee, corner Sixth and Vino streets. Tho city IB laying a stono pipe sewer on Sixth street, from Alby to Market. Mrs. A. L. Waples is having a new picket fence built around her lino rosU denoe property. Mr. Joseph Maul has lust completed a handsome now fence in front of his residence on Third street.J Mrs. Hendy, on tbo corner of Sixth and Easton streets,. 1ms built a two story addition to her residence. Mr. Jas. Kennedy,oornor of Fifth and, SValnut streets, bus built a largo addition and other .wise groatly Improved his residence. $1.60 buys a nice Ladies' Skoo—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. U On Exhibition A very fine line of now and elegant Portioro Outlaws and Table Covers in velvet, ohouillo and jute, i» shown for live days only and orders taken. Goods E. H. OOULDINGJ-. Ure very fine and cheap. CalUnd sec, I at A. Neerman'a. 9 2 SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Parts of all all Machines. We have now the B, & G. Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Kug Patterns and Machines Mian Reika Libker, of Bunker 11H1, is visiting Miss Ida Hall. Mrs. Henry Hart has returned from a visit to Kansas City. Miss Lucie. Dement, of Springfield, daughter of the Secretary of State, .is the guest of 'Miss Mamie Lewis. Mra.Coekrell and Mrs. Warren, of Jerseyville, will spend Sunday with Mrs. Carrol), of this city. Mrs. T. B. Spaulding and Mrs. B. A. Judy, of Edwardsville, were the guests of relatives in Alton and Upper Alton during the week. Mrs. Esther Burroughs has returned from a visit to Edwardsville. Mrs. \1. E. Ladew is visiting in Bloom- mgton as the guest of Mrs. E. M. Prince. ' ' Mrs. Lucy Hewitt, of Upper Alton, was visiting in Brighton during the week. Mrs. A. E. Mills has issued invitations to her friends tor a progressive euchre party from half past two till six Tuesday afternoon next at her residence in Upper Alton. This week's issue of the St. Louis Spectator, being tho Eastor number, is one of unusual attraction. Among the special features is a/ photogravure of nine of the most beautiful young ladies in St. Louis society circles and a colored cartoon upon a timely topic. There was a business meeting of the Mendelssohn society on Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Bohland's. No programme was given and tbe atten-. dance was small. The- term of Directors and Assistants of the past six months having expired, others were suggested and elected. Miss Mamie Wade was tendered the office of Musical Director and unanimously elected to • till the place, whloh she declined, and it was given to Miss Siem by second ballot. Misses Cora Cole and Kate- Merchant, of Upper Alton, were chosen as Assistant Directors and Miss Sue Barnett aa Secretary. The next recital will be at the borne of Miss Mamie Wade, on the 20th inst. The Easter festival that occurs tomorrow deserves more than a passing mention. As the significance [m its spiritual sense has grown to be indis* putable so the fact tbat it has gone band in band throughout tbe ages with .civilization, never losing but always gaining in silent evidence is perhaps one of the most potent credentials of Christianity. It is true that "all > the world keeps Easter day" for 11 is true of this time, aa of^Chnstmaa, the world as if to compensate for the scanty welcome it gave the Savior at his birth now opens wide its doors and hearts in commemoration of his first and second coming. And if tha salutation of old, "The Lord is risen," and 1 its reply, "The Lord is risen indeed," is obsolete, there is a nameless brightness everywhere that has adapted itself to the more commonplace method of modern life, but existing, nevertheless, in tho pleasant tokens by which wo know the coming of a festival. All the churches bring flowers and tbe incense of praise to celebrate this 'holy day; friends exchange gifts and tokens of regard, now attire is donned, and an activity among dealers of many wares is felt so that oven those who know or care nothing about its higher significance arn bonclitled. But to those who know and care, tbo most' beautiful of all festivals, Easter, witli its vernal sou ing IB like the lifting of tho clouds of mtrht to a now and beautiful revelation ••winch opens into light." REPUBLICAN CITY CONVBNWOS. II. «. M'PIke tor Mayor. The Republican City Convention was called to order in the Council Chamber last evnnlng by v Uhiis. Holden Jr, chairman ot the Central committee. On motion Prof. W. L. Tarbet was called to tho chair and Capt. Butler made Secretary. The roll being called forty one delegates answered to their names. Mr. J. Woad moved tbat as some citizens had expressed a desire for a citizens' convention, lhab this convent tion adjourn until next Thursday evens ing, to enable oitlEona to bring out a ticket if they desired. Un call of the roll the motion was lost. Nominations for Mayor being declared In order the uonvention took a rooeas for consultation; then adjourned to tho town clerk's office and stayed there. Geo. D. Hayden, Henry Watson, and H. G. M'Pike were put in nomination for Mayor. Tho first ballot was: Hayden, 16; Watson, 12; M'Pike, 10; seat tenng, 8. The convention then sent out a com' mittco to telephone Mr. Watson and ascertain if he would accept the nomK nation if tendered. They returned and reported that ho declined. The second ballot resulted Hayden, 20; M'Pike, 20; whereupon Mr. Hayden withdrew his name, and Mr. (M'Pike was nominated by acclamation. The convention then nominated A. E Bassett, for City Clerk, and Philip Mook, tor City Treasurer. It also endorsed the candidacy of Levi D Yager for City Attorney. The convention was a representative one, made up almost entirely ot men new m such gatherings. The counci room was crowded with spectators anc much interest was manifested m tho proceedings. Mr. M'Pike was not present at the convention and has not yet signified his acceptance. His nomination means that the citizens are alive to the spirit ot improvement now visible in our city, and desire to put at the head of public affairs a man who is identified with progressive ideas, who believes that Alton has a bright future and has shown himself willing to spend his time and means to advance public interests. Mr. Bassett, tbo nominee for Clerk, is amply qualified to fill the position acceptably. • , Mr. Mook, the veteran book keeper at tbe Alton National Bank, is tbe nominee for Treasurer, and is an excellent man for the place. Mr. Yager, who was endorsed for City Attorney, is a popular young attorney of fine abilities. LINKS. Prof. Tarbet made an admirable chairman. Tbo delegates voted against adjourning until next week, because a month's notice had been given of tbe convention, and if the citizens wanted to hold a mass meeting to nominate a ticket, they had ample time to do so. Mr. Hayden did not desire the nomination and at first refused but yielded to the importunities of his friends in allowing the use of bis name. N« member of tho convention made a better impression last evening than Mr. John S. Roper, candidate for Alderman of the Fourth ward. He is a live man, full of grit and energy and will prove invaluable in the Council. Owing to tho iate destruction of the box factory by fire and the increased demands made upon his time by that misfortune, Mr. Geo. R. Allen last evening, declined the nomination for Alderman of the First ward, much to tho regret of all. The delegates, thereupon, nominated Mr. Wru. Ellis Smith to the vacancy, a selection that will meet with tbe general approval of tbe voters of tho wo.rd. 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 (H)ODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS UP. And all at & Can 1G. Co. 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* Notice. Error in Sentinel this morning as to date of Lnce (air at Globe. It Do not fail to secure a pair of those desirable Kid Gloves wo are offering at 60 and 90 cts. before they are all gone. —Haagon & Fuess Dry Goods Co. It A UN1UR MKKTIWG of tho various churches will bo hold at tho Presbyterian church on Sunday night In tho interest of tho Sabbath. All tuoso who wish to protest against the high-handed desoratton of tho Lord's day whloh prevails so extensively in our oity, are Invited to bo present. Buy Shoes at—Star Shoo Store. It CHUUOH NOTICES. (7'< lecurc insertion, nolica underthit tieadmvit be handed in bejora 11 a. m.) BAPTIST OHUHOII.—itov. L. A. Abbott, D.D., pastor. 1'roachlng to-morrow morning by tho pastor; Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Ilun torstown chapel 8. 8, at 2 p. m. Youna people's meeting at 6:80 p.m. Will unite in the union service at tho Preabytarlan church in tho even ins. ritKSUTTJIKUN OIIDHOH.—The KOV. A, T. \Vollf, D. D., pastor, will preach to-morrow Subject in the morning, "Joseph's Deliver, anco nud exaltation." Union service in tho evening at 7:30 o'clock. M. B. OnuilCH.—Tho pastor, Kov. It. H, Mauler, will preach on Easter in tho morn- lug, and tho choir will render some vorj fine Master music. Tho ohuroh will bo decorated for 'the occasion. Tho evening service will bo omitted to unite in the uulon meatlui; nt tho I'rosbytorlaii church. BCONOHKOATiONArj Oiiuaou,—Services appropriate for Easter at 19:46 ». in. S. S. 0:110 a, in. Bortioo will bo omitted ut night it the oougrogatlou m»y unite in tho union meeting ut tho I'rcshy tori an church. In Town nuil Humlot. Tho ecodt of, intermittent anil bilious lomlt tent fever gonnlnaU and bear evil fruit. No community hau altogether escaped It. In populous ward* of largo oltloa biut ouwago <mi«o« it, and in tliuir auburbistugnuutpoots In sunken lots brood it. There IB ut onoe remedy ami a moans of prevention. Its numo U llostottor'u Stomach Bitters, whloh is without poradvonturo, the most potent ant I dote in existence to the malarial virut. For tilled with this Incomparable, HavlnuHpaolflo, iiiliumuUo Influences may bo onuoimtoroi with ubuolutu Impunity. DUoi'dum of tho stomach, llvor and bowali, begotten by mlai uui-tuluiod water, or any other cause, l oumb to tbe banollcont corrective named untl rheumatic, kidney and bladder trouulo we surely removable by Its use when It I given a perslatcnt trial. I ll M. V I JLIN/A The Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard and Soft Coal and Wood Cook and Heating Stoves EVEK BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. Also HOOFING and GUTTEIUNQ nnd JOBBING done at reasonable Call and examine my atoolc before purchasing elsewhere. A T nc.o-c.KiH a rH-h 632 East Second st, , J. Jjegennd.rUl.55thdoor west of Henry- They have no equal, rates. GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money. --M

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