Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 11, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 11, 1887
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WB ask, you to .carefully read thw column.—If. J.'Bowman A Co. ' : BEST quality of Shlrtfng pretty; now , stylos nro 60, Bowman & Oo'a. Prints at H. ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH, MONDAY EVE., APKIL ll. YARD wide heavy Peuangs in 46 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman & CO'B. WK are showing some very pretty tylen, medium and d»rk dress satins »t 12 U2c per yard.—H. J. Bowman & Co. Si'itiMO stylos of those very popular Century Cloths are now on oalo at H. J. Bowman,& Go's. POIITJT pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. PALMKH Seersuckers, Tolli Du Nords Dress ana Domestic Ginghams In great variety, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. WE are showing a complete stock of Spring Woolens for dross eoods,includ- ing double width Cable Twil Is at 15o ;40 meh cashmere at- 25c; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make,—H. 3. Bowman & Co. IN otm Silk Department wo arc showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Rhadames in every new and popular shade. In Black. Silks we are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Rhadames, Faille'Franeaiue and Brocades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. IN VELVETS \ve,aro prepared to show Stripes and Freize Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets and, Plushes in every shade. Plain and Striped .Velyoteens, and new colors in the popular Dress Cord'uYoys. —H. J. Bowman & Co. . NOTlOK TO AUVKRTI8BK8, . For th* year 1887 we shall oliargo tliofol- lowing mtos for transient notices In oui loool columns: Slnglo Insertion . ^""oentS' Throe to five insertions, • • lOeenta. six to twelve Inanitions. . . B " RATES OP ADVERTISING : TiiA.NsiBNT.-Wf TY cents porinoh nrst Insertion, and TWKNTV-flVR cento jwr Incli for each subsequent Insertion. $» par Inch first .month, JI.BO per luoU;oaou month tharoaftor. . . \ LEGAL ADVERTISING: Jl per Inch tor the .flrat Insertion, and CO cents por Inch lor each subsoquonl Insertion. * oquon nserton. _*»*Above rates will be etrletly adhered to. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH Is 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 |5.20 per year. T1IK TELEGRAPH has the largest circulation of any paper in .Alton, and Is the best medium for advertisers. ' Contrail THIRD AND PIASA STREETS. TEJ.B- 1'IIONB No. 88. A RETROSPECT. Nearly two months ago the TELEGRAPH took the following position in regard to the approaching oily election. We ask those who read it then to do so again, and those who did not to read It now; THE NEXT CITr ELECTION. Dally Telegraph, Feb. 15th, 1887. There is every reason to believe that if our citizens take advantage of the opportunities now opening before them an era of greater prosperity than iWas over known hero will open upon our But there will be no increase of public enterprise and no advance of general prosperty unless wo can elect n city administration next April that 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 fabrio and many novelties.—H. J. Bowman & Co. _______ IN OUR Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of White Flannel in alUWool and Domet, also many pretty styles, Striped Sacquo- ings, Tricots and Albatross, in all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. WE AUE 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.—11. J. Bowman & Co. ANNOUNCEMENTS. OITr BMIOTION, TtJKSDA Y, APRIL 10. • . MATOIi. mmr a t5 WiST 1 *? 11 *° announce FREDERICK W. JOEST1NG as a candidate forMayor - ,rX> E ttre authorized to announce H. 8. BA- Att "" a cancllclate for tuo oflloe of Otty ... CITY CLKBIC. „"£ "reauthorized to announce ALBERT E. BA8SETT as candidate for Otty Olork. nrY»r> ara ""thorlzod to announce PATRICK WARD as a candidate for Olty Clerk. ._ • TitBAsimEn. ,-JK.teS authorized to announce A. R. Mo- JvuMWJsy as a candidate for Olty Treasurer, ALDERMEN. n o are authorized to announce B. NATHAN ward oandl(<ate lor Alderman of the Fourth FOR report Second page. services see Lawn Mowers sharpened and repaired at Beall Brps^ apll d2m mon READ W. A. flildebrand's interesting article on the"Boys' Annual Education* al Contest" at the Globe. Money. to loan oh improved real estate. Apply to Eudershausen '& Sonntag. Third street. dtf A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. Dress making, east side of State street, a few doors above Fourth. — Kate Clifford. 28 12 IN otm Shirt Departmentyou can find a real good white shirt, for 60c and the i best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, Ifine pleated Dress shirts, Night, shirts and all'/Bisies in Boys' Laurel Shirt | Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. ' uo •. OX) ITflT "mC" Tiff' G Second street.uear Ja\/JltUja]a », corner 01 Henry -FOU- STATIONERY, ; Buoh as Crane's Floral, Wliiclng'B Standard • Papers, UurlUut'a Fronou Linens, ficllpso I Hogged EdKQ, Elite Ragged Edse, Balmoral ;, Linen, GrilUn's-Linen, Turkey Laid Lluon, !• Pfedoli Blow, Mikado, Charred Edge, Groain •- Lalil, Mourning Note, and a lai'KO assortment * ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. i ! Deunlson's Wax and Heals. School Tablets I and Stationery. decOdwly tPIANOS, ORGANS and"" SEWING MACHINES! FOR CASH ON TIUB PAYMENTS j Hanos and Organs tuned and repaired. Sew 1 Ing Machines repaired Supplies tor all Ha- I o.iines. N. D. LAMOREUX, Music Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belie, Alton 111. decCdwly BASE BALL—The Altons won the game from the Waltons, of St. Louis, at sportsman's Park, yesterday, by a score of' 20 to 3. MeSweeney and Fabey, last year's battery, held the points for the Altons. New Wraps and Shawls at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Go's. it 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 84.76 per set. 9 dw 2t A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. C. G. Moritz, Third street. mcb!7 tf WATCH • OB THE! BARGAINS IN JOB'S NKW COB. BUILDING, HENRY ST., AT MU8. D. HISIXKAMP'S, AU kinds of Fnnoy, Hand mado, Knit nndOro- ou-jt goods, Hoods/robagganB and Mlta. lion's BoiU'iB and Fascinators at vary low prices. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowing and Stamping Dane. Coma and give us a call. Don't forgot the place, decs dwly -OALL AT-~ C-M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOlt THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, SOo per set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30c per sot. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c et),ch. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5o to SOc each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15o por set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75c each. Assorted Color Cologne Sets, 50c por set. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, $15. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 nor sot. Triple Plated Forks, SI.60 por set SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Farts of all all Machines, We have now the B, & G. Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Bug Patterns and Machines E, H. OOULDING, One majority is as good as a thousand. But see that Nathan is elected Alderman of the Fourth ward, with a respectable majority on the 19th. A taxpayer for over 22 years. m wf THE Annual and Decennial Meeting of the Woman's Presbyterial Missionary Society of Alton Presbytery will bo held in the Presbyterian church, Wednesday and Thursday of this week at 9 -.-SO a. m. and 2 p .m. Service Wednesday evening commencing at • 7:30. All persons interested in Missionary work are cordially invited to attend. Now for nice new summer goods go to Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co's. U POLICE COURT,—Thomas Wilson, a straiiger, was arrested yesterday by Officer Moehan for being drunk and disorderly. Ho was fined $3 and oocts today by Justice Handle and given 15 minutes to leave town. At last accounts he was proving himself a first class pedestrian. The "crop" of MoAdam promises to bo largo this year. The police already have a force of three men at work on tho rook pile and they intend to set every offender atjwork with a hammer as soon as convicted. Women's Kid Opera Slippers, 76 ots, worth $1.—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. dlt Spring Goods. Now goods in all shades and colors which will bo mado up • in suits at reasonable pnuos. All goods out and made by tho Now York Fashion Uoviow. Wo guarantee a line flt,at Bruoggonian, tho Tailor's. 15 dwlm Money to loan on improved fnrm property. For particulars, apply to WHIPPLE& SMILEY. Dr. E. B. Ilobson has sold his farm of 6GO acres, near Litehticld, to F. W. Stahl, of that oily. The doctor, we are sorry to say, Is completing his ur- rangcment£ to move to Kansas City and embark his ship on tho booming and possibly stormy sea of businosH, there. Ho received $17,000 cash for tho furm, will inspire the confidence and respect of the people. Wo need a council of representative business men with broad and liberal views, free from selfish bias, capable of conceiving and carrying forward a wise andjudicious system of public improvements, and of fostering all movements calculated to advance tho public good. The fundamental principle underlying a city's prosperity is confidence in the wisdom of its rulers. As a means to this end we trust that the Republicans of the city will do their part next April by putting a full city ticket in the field including candidates for Aldermen in every ward. Let them put forward influential men for the several positions and then trust to the intelligence of the people for the result. This would probably involve the adoption of tho same policy on the part of the Democrats. Well and good. We have sufficient confidence in that party to say that a Democratic convention would put in the field bettor material for city officers than such candidates as would thrust themselves forward if no conventions were held. if the several political parties call upon capable men to step forward and serve the people, ask them to assume the discharge of a public trust, and pledge them their support, they will not refuse. The TELEGRAPH believes, then, in "polities in local elections" to this extent: using the machinery of BOTH parties to briny the best qualified men into the field, and then letting the people lake their choice. There is no other practicable way of securing the desired result. To say the least party nominations are better and safer than reliance on scrub races. This was our position ( two months ago, and it has remained unchanged. It will be noticed that we then said: The TELEGRAPH believes in politics in local elections to this extent: using the machinery of both parties to bring the best qualified men into the field, AND TliEN LETTING THE PEOPLE TAKE THEIK CHOICE. The Republicans held a convention in response to a call of their committee. It was mado up uf delegates from every part of the city, and selected by separate ward meetings. It was open and public, every one who so desired had a voice, there was no "caucus" and no "dark lantern" business about it. That convention divested itself of any personal feeling, rose to the necessities of the occasion, and nominated Mr. M'Pike for Mayor; nominated him not simply because he was a Republican, but because he was believed to best represent the upward, onward, progressive spirit of the city. Had the delegates looked at the matr tor simply in its politic?! aspect they might have nominated some other man. Therefore, m accordance with our previously expressed sontimen.t in the article published above, this paper will support Mr. M-Pike for Mayor in the spirit in which he was nominated; as the proper man to lead the progressive sentiment of the city; as the representative of progress and improvement and a new era of prosperity. This is the way the people will look at the matter. Two years ago they des feated Mr. M»Pike, and have been repenting their folly ever since. They will not repeat the mistake. PEUSOKAt. Mr. Frank Hancock will leaV* ..„.. evening for Cawkor City, Kan. Dr. Haskell and Mr. C. H. Hapgood have made a trip from Charleston to the island of Cuba. They are expected homo the last of the week. Mr., and Mrs. John Cobeck spent yesterday at Brighton. Mrs. B, B. Harris returned 'Saturday evening from a visit to Edwardsville, accompanied by her daughter,-Mrs. E. P. Greenwood, who spent Sunday hero. Miss Maine Bray, of St. Louis, and Miss Emma Bray, of Grafton, spent Sunday hero, tho guests of Misses Maggie and Nona MoAdams. Mr. W. A. Hlldebrand is back today from the south. He report* a boom in some quarters. Dr. McMillan and Dr. Rohland are attending the Southern Dental Association at DuQuoin. D ( r. Rohland is President of the Association. Mr. Henry Young, of Fostorburg, called on us today. He says tho farmers are needing ram. Canned Apples, 10 cts., at Connor's. dlt Dress Goods ! AT ; On Exhibition A very fine line of new and elegant Portiere Curtains and Table Covers in velvet, chenille and juto, is shown for live days only and orders taken. Goods are very fine and cheap. Call and see, at A. Neerman's. 9 2 THE BKID«E CONTllACT LKT. It is reported today that the contract for building the bridge over the Mississippi at this point has been let by the Central Missouri railroad to the Union Bridge Co; The railroad company, it is said, will let the contracts for rolling stock this week, and tho work of constructing the road begin w-.thin a week or ten days. The boom can now proceed. 75 cents buys a Misses' Kid Opera Slipper.—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It MELVILLE. 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 COLORS in MOST RECENT MAKES. BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS PP. And all at PiersoD Harr D, G; Co. The Clifton and Summorfleld schools closed last Friday with appropriate and pleasing exercises, parents and friends beine; visitors. Mr. Widainan, the Suramerfield teacher, pave the scholars an agreeable surprise in gifts of oranges, candy, &o. that reminded us of the olden time when we were children and the teacher would "treat" or give prizes at the close of the school, or get "locked out." Both the teachers, Miss Crawford and Mr. W'ida- man, appear to have given perfect satisfaction, and the patrons of the schools hope that they will come and teach again in the fall. We are glad to see many of our Alton friends taking advantage of the good highways and driving on tho Grafton road; among others Mr. and Mrs. Pfeiffer were out a few days ago. We are glad t» learn of the return of Misses Mamie and Mattie Watts after an extended visit to Chicago and Ottawa. Wheat is looking well. Many of Uio farmers have planted potatoes. Straw, berry buds arc appearing, and a few violets and crocuses are m bloom. Mr. and Mrs. N. Challacombe will eutertain the Alton-Southern Illinois Horticultural Society at tho next meeting, May 7th. M. A. £. At Marsh's Drug Store «. YOU MAY FIND Fountain Rubber Syringes. Rubber Bulb Syringes, with metaTor hard rubber pipes. Syringes, all styles and prices. Hard Rubber and Glass Syringes. ' « MARSH'S DRUG STORE. THE ladies of the Parish Guild will meet at the residence of Mrs. Ella Cos ville on State street, Wednesday afternoon, at 2:80 o'clock. Business of importance, n HYMENEAL. QOULDIHO-CLATOAKTr. Mr. E. H. Goulding, one of our most prominent merchants, and Miss Sarah M. Clauharty were married Monday evening, April 4th, at the bride's resi- donee, Havana, N. Y. After the ceremony a splendid supper was served. There was a large attendance of the bride's relatives and friends* Tuesday morning the newly married couple left Havana for Niagara Falls and Chioa- go, on their way t homo to this city, whore they arrived Saturday. Tho many Alton friends of Mr. Goulding join in congratulations and good wishes to himself and his fair bride. Newest Silk and Lisle Gloves and Kid Gloves at Piorson & Carr Dry Gooda Co's. ______ It Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for, children teething, is the presorption of one of the best female nurses and physicians in the United Slates, and* has been used for forty years with never- failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhma, griping in tho bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health to tho child it rests the mother Price 26o a bottle. ia 15 m w ewkaS 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. 532 East Second sis , 5t hdoor west of Henry A.J. *-*.c» , JUKKUUE LICENSES. has Deputy Clerk Ruderahansen Issued a marriage license to: Mr. Ciias. G. Stophan, of'Alton, and Miss Louisa F. Sohuosburg.of Brighton j also to Mr. Edward Voumard and Miss Hannah Hoot, both of Upper Alton. At Girls' II. I, Fair, Ulobe. Kirst Premium—Hattio A. Long. deeond—Mary Kcidel. Thirty-four other priises were dlstrtb. utcd. Next prizes, as before, will bo on Crazy Fated Work. it .JOHN BAUER, DKALEU IN AND UANUFAOTUEKUJ FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp. City Hall, ALTON, IIjL All kinds of flno and common [nrnltur constantly on hand. Also undertaker, etc. apMdwlw GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, Patents. Co uy persons wishing to outuln lottoi lament on now Inventions, Improvements o IcMifiis, I will execute drawings and anoolfl latlono and make applications lor 1'atentB \ll consultation, in pornon or by lutte , (res PVEIFFENBEKGKR, . Til. EMPIRE MILLS. EEUOND BTUEKT (Near ilium), ALTON', ILL FOll 8ALU : Ground Ontn, Ground Corn, Hay. Oats, Corn, Corn Meal, Buckwheat Flour, Graham Flour.otc PKOSUTLY IJBL1VKBKD TO ANY i'ABT OF TUB CITY. M. WILKINSON. _ _ ...... Iy7 dtf KIDNEY JPAINS Anil that wunry, llfoK'ss iill-uonn * 0 » 8lU101ll ?VV 1 'l>''o»untwltlitIi()»u l )f n<l««'""l kliliioyn, weak Imok iui.1 loliiH, iiohlnir lilps und Bldwi ovur- worked or wornoiit by disease, debility 01- dUulimUou, iiru relieved In one minute mid nowllly cured by the uutlimru Antl I'ulu l'lUHtor,a now.urlKliml.ohiKant and Infallible amldom to puln and liillHinmutlon. At all driiB/jIstB.JSo; flvojorjlj or ot I'ottor iViur Co,, Boston, i The best for the Money. Hideo sts. J.

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