Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 12, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 12, 1887
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i nsk yon* to 'Carefully read this column,—H. J. Bowman & Co.J ; BUST quallly of Shirtmg Prlhts in protty, new | stylos mo 60, at U. J. Bowman & Co'o. YARD wide heavy I'euangs in 40 ueW patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Co'a. J WE are showing some very pretty styles, medium and dark dress satins at 12 l-2o por yard.—II'. J. Bowinan & Co. SPUING stylos of those very popular Century Cloths are now on sale at H. J. Bowman.* Go's. ' FORTY plooes Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. _ PALMER Seersuckers, Toll! Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams in great variety, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. WE are showing a complete stock of Spring Woolens for dress goods,lnc!udi ing double width Cable Twil Is at 16o ;40 moli cashmere at 26c; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—H. J. Bowman & Co. IK OUR Silk Department we are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Khadames in every new and popular shade. In Black Silks we are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Kliadames, Faille Fraucaise and Brocades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. IN VELVKTS^WO are prepared to show Stripes and Freize Novelties, Flam Silk Velvets and Plushes in every shade. Plain and Striped Velveteens, and new colors in the popular Dress Corduroys. —H. J. Bowman & Co. WE CALL special 'attention to our Black Goods. Large additions have been matte 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 Department can be found every quality and width of White Flannel in all Wool and Uomet, also many pretty stylos, Striped Sacque- ings, Tricots and Albatross, in all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. WE ARE prepared to show a complete line of Spring Hosiery. We 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 Department you can find a real good white shirt for 50c and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirts and all sizes in Boys' Laurel Shirt Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. UO f O -FOR- Second street,noar « corner ot Henry FINE * STATIONERY, Such as Orane's Floral, Whiting's Standard .LmlUlll UIL1UU B JJIUWU, -LULSlOy JUU1U Uluolll Peach Blow, Mikado, Charred Edge, Greutn laid. Mourning Note, and a largo assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Dennlaon's Wax and Seals. School Tablets and Stationery. deofldwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CHEAP FOR OAHH ON TIME PAYMENTS Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired. Sewing Machines repaired Supplies for all Machines. N. D. LAMOttEUX, Music Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. 1 deotfdwly WATCH MOB THE BABGAIN8 IN JOB'S NKW COB. BTJU.DING, HENRY ST., AT MBS. I>. UKITKAMP'S, A U kinds of Fancy, Hand mude, Knit and Oro- ca?tgooda. IIoodBiTobaggans and Hits. Men's Soort'a and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowing and Stamping Dane. Oomo and give us a call. Don't forgot tue place, deoB dwly -OALL AT— C.M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOK THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and 'Saucers, 80c por set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30o per sot. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5o to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers; I5o por set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75o each. Beautiful Decorated English Dm- »er Sets, $15. Handsome Decorated Chamber Sots, 10 pieces, only 82.75 per set. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, l.fiOuer sot. Triple Plated Forks, 81.50 por sot SUPPLIES. Oils. Needles, and Farts of all all Machines. We have now the B. & G. Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Bug Patterns and Ma ohi nes E. H. GOULDING. niuliMUw ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY J3VE.. APKIL 12. NOTICK TO For the yotu' 1887 wo aliall ohttrgo llio fol lowing ratos for transient notice* In our looa columns: SlnBle Insertion . . . Three to five Insertions, . . Six to twelve ln«ertlon», , KATES OF ADVERTISING: TRANSiENT.--.wrr cents por inch flrst Insertion, and TWUNfy-flVE cents p«r Inch lor each subsequent Insertion. $ per inch flrst .month, $l.3D por Inch 'each month thereafter. LEGAL ADVEBTISINO: ^1 per Inch for the first Insertion, and 60 cents por Inch for each subsequent insertion 9Sr Above rates will bo strictly adhered to THE DAILY TELEGRAPH is delivered by carriers to all parts of tho city of Alton and Upper Alton, for ton cents per week. Mailed to any address at tho rato of 55.20 per year. TtlE. TELEGRAPH has tho lavgeat circulation of any paper In Alton, and Is tho best medium for.advortisers. CORNER THIRD AND PIASA STREETS. TEI.B PIIONB No. 88. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 01TV ELECTION, TDE8DAV, AI'ML 19. „, MAYOR. „ Wo are authorized to announce FREDE- BIO 1C W. JOUSTING as a candidate for Mayor 01TV ATTORNEY. we are authorized to announce thatL. D. »AOER la a candidate for election, to tho offlce of City Attorney, at the ensuing o Ity election, April I9th, 1887. ,-JVE are authorized to announce H, B. BAKER, JR., as a candidate for the ofllce of City Attorney. ,„ CITY OLERK. We are authorized to announce ALBERT E. BAS8ETT as candidate for City Clerk. ,_WK are anthorized to announce PATRICK WAUD as a candidate for Olty Cleric. TREASURER. re authorized to announce A. R. MO- y us a candidate for City Treasurer, ALDERMEN. We are authorized to announce B. NATHAX as a candidate lor Alderman of the Fourth ward. flS?'The i Monarchs of JB@™At the Opera House, April 16«®g JJ@-Do not fail to see the parad Thirty in line—count them Admission, 25, 35, 50, 75o. -©« FIVE hundred stove moulders are on a strike in St. Louis. WE honor the "grey" when it tinges the hair on a Union veteran's head. THE Spread Eagle takes the Wilson & Itankin's Minstrels to St. Louis next Sunday. They open at the Grand Opera House for a week. Call at (J. M. Crandall's Crockery Storu, for the largest and finest assortment of Decorated Chamber Sets, 15 different decorations. 12 dw 2t IT is a good sign that Mr. Powderly feels called on to announce his satisfaction with the defeat of the anarchists in Chicago. A. WASHINGTON guess lately was that the selection for the Southern Illinois district lay between Jesse J. Phillips, W. J. Allen and John Mayo Palmer. Money to loan on improved • real estate. Apply to Kudershausen & Sonutag. Third street. dtf A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Nemingor's Fig and Magnolia are tho best cigars in the market. CARLINVILLE voted in favor of Water Works and of reorganization under the general law and then went Democratic. This is a strange mixture of good and evil. Dress making, east side of State street, a few doors above Fourth. — Kate Clifford. 28 12 THERE are strong indications that under the operation of the Interstate lommeroe Law the Mississippi river will onoe again become a prominent 'actor in the commerce of the country. A complete line of Spring and Sumi mer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. C, G. Moritz, Third street, rnchl? tf SOMETHING NEW. — Every house- jeepor should call around at Pitts & Uamill's and examine the Jewel Pneumatic or Air Pressure ranges, the newest invention in the way of gasoline stoves. For particulars read their double column advertisement. Spring Goods. Now goods in all shades and colors which will bo made up m suits at reasonable prices. All goods out and made by the Now York Fashion Review. We guarantee a fine fit,at Bruoggeman, tho > Tailor's. 15 dwlrn Money to loan on improved farm property. For particulars, apply to WHIPPLE & SMILEY. CLOSING OUT—Mr. F.'H. Rabo, wo regret to state, has decided to seek a now location, probably in Chicago, and will close out |tho stock of bis jewelry and music store, corner of Third and Piasa streets, at and below cost. Road tils advertisement for particulars of bargains offered. RICH deposits of iron ore have been discovered in tho State of Mississippi and also on tho Arkansas side of tho Mississippi river. Had it not been for tho paralysing influence of slavery the louth would today be richer than tho north, and there is little doubt that within the next fifty years the .relative increase of wealth will be greater at tho ooulh thuu At the north. Blaok JMlttt, Just in, Cnrr Dry Goods Go's. Pieraon It THE announcement of Dr. A. R. Me Klnnoy-as a candidate for Cily Treas uror appears in this paper. The Dooto lias sorvod eflleiontly In that offlo before and hag many friends who wil give him a warm support. THE American free traders who are always holding England np as an ex ample of the success of the free trad' policy, seem to forget that In at leas ono llmporant particular England strongly protective. She "protects' her steamship hues by heavy subsidies and has thus boon enabled to almos run American vessels off the high seas PARTY. —Tho German Benevolen Society gave a social dancing party las evening at Turner Hall, attended by ttv members and friends. It was a mos enjoyable affair, musically, socially, as well as in other ways. Prof. Gossrau's orchestra rendered lino music. The supper, which was a feast of luxuries was supplied by Mrs. Legler and was a triumph of culinary art. Tan .shades of Stitohod Gloves, a Piorson & Dry Goods Go's. It THE Democratic papers are taking the unique plan of proving' the states manship of President Cleveland by assorting that his chosen advisers, the members of the cabinet, are nonentities, or worse, and that tho Chief Executive "goes it alone" in running the government, thus taking more responsibility that did Washington, Jackson, Lincoln or any other President. In view of the iiowls that the same papers raised o: ihe "dangers of centralization," under Republican administrations, such claims are peculiarly refreshing. Latest Shades of Silk Veiling, atjPier- son & Carr Dry Goods Go's. it SNAKES.—A young lady .of this city who is "not afraid of snakes," that is who will pick up with her bare hand almost any kind or variety, rattle snakes excepted, says that the serpents [eel as smooth as rolvet.and almost as cold as ice. Isow any ono who doubts ,his statement can verify the truth of it iy picking up a few reptiles. They would make nice* cool necklaces in ho t weather. Garter snakes have no fangs they are very pretty pets, besides they are useful in catching mice, small rats and other vermin, a rat hole affording no security against them. 1'EUSONAL. Messrs. Raukin and Bohne, agent and assistant agent of the Wilson & Rankon's Minstrels are at the Hotel Madison. Mr. N. C. JCeeran returned to Chicago last evening. KITEJi HEWS. This evening's packets are the Gem City, for Keokuk, and the Spread Eagle, tor Graf ton. MAUItlAtfE LICENSES. has Deputy Clerk Rudershansen .ssued a marriage license to: Mr. Asa P. Guy and Miss Esther Lewis, both of Chicago. THE MAYORALTY. Messrs. Tarbet, Butler, Levis, Arms strong and others: GENTELMEN.—I am informed through on that the convention called for the mrpose of uniting Republicans and >ther citizens In an "effort to secure a >etter, more efficient and more progressive administration of city affairs," did me the honor to name me for the res sponsible position of Mayor of the city of Alton. Not having been present at said meeting—I being out of the city on mportant business in the interest of our people,—the first information I received vas on the following day, when notified by you at my residence. That there should have been doubt, and a division of opinion in the minds of many citizens present, as to the >roper action to be had, to make a election in the most general manner, was to have been expected in view of he fact that there had been no other nominations or conventions and none >roposed: this I note on reading your iroceedings in full. At a time when there should be no lolitinal strife, and when all citizens hould unite, irrespective of party, in viemg with each other in all honorable methods to build up our oity, I feel a onse of importance in the issue, far above personality, or political ton. oncy. While I would much prefer.tojbo ormiltcd to continue laboring as now, o advance important public improve- nonts, and to help with every energy, n connection with other public spirited itizens, to advance our commercial and manufacturing interests, stimulate the Itizens to greater confidence and re- ewod endeavor; and while I already eo the unmistakable evidonco of a rosperity more than anticipated, I find : inexpedient, at the very threshold of hose groat possibilities, to say no to our solicitations and to the hearty osponse greeting mo upon my first ppoaranco upon your streets, by those epresenting the energy of the oity, of 11 classes, nationalities, and of every lolitioal persuasion, however, inuoh 1 intl desired to avoid such public trust. Success is the order of the day, and a rand success is already visible; but to e defeated is not U>'me an unondur-. bio sensation-1 have boon there, or ulher^leluyed, for lu the logic of events, liere is no defeat. Providence will tako cara of your city, H you do your full duty, ar&ngilaatanrt "keep your powder dry." I am with the public spirited citizens, and am a "stay- er," and shall be gratified to accept tho voto of every citizen, irrespective of party, and shall, it elected, represent them all and ovory vital interest of tho uity, m a spirit of manliness whloh has no enemies to punish, and only prosperity to foster: I have the honor to be, Very truly yours, H. G. M'PIKE. MAD1SO« COUNTY HOARD OF I'EIWSWHS. StJ. Following Is the list of tho members of the Board of Supervisors elected April 5th: Alhambra—*F. Oswald. Alton—John F. McGlunls; Assts., John K, Butler, *A. F. Betz, James Bannon. . Collinsville—W. C. Hadley; Asst.,(J. F. Sopmoler. ftChouteau—'Conrad Rath. Edwardsvllle—"John Keller; Asst., *G. W. Kinder. Ft. Russell—W. F. P)stabrook. Fosterbiirg—*John 8. Gulp. Godfrey--E, J. Penning. Hamel—*John Weaver. Helvetia—*L. Latser. Jams—W. E. Wood. Leef—*W.C. Koown. Marine—*Louis Kolb. Moro—*N. S. Gay. New Douglas—A. J .(Trauermohl. Nameoki—Herman Straoklejahn. Omphghent—H. Lueker. Pin Oak—T. J. Judy. Olivo—*Wm. McKittnck. Saline—*Jones Tonta. St. Jacobs—W. H. Farris. Wood River—A. H. Hastings. Venice—*F. MeCambridge. Those marked with a * are re-elected. The Board stands fourteen old r,o fourteen new members. The Republicans, as far as we can ludge, have a majority on the Board. ANNUAL MEETING OP WOMEN'S HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION^ ARY SOCIETIES. Dress Goods T AT MORNING. Garrigus, Arm* Cunningham, St. PROGRAMME — TVE1>NESDAT 10:00 — Devotional—Mrs. Trenton. Address of Welcome—Mrs. strong, Alton. Response—Mrs. Davis, Carrollton. Minutes and Roll call. President's address. Solo—Mrs. Cunningham, St. Louis. Reports of Secretary and Treasurer. Election of Officers. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. 2:00 — Devotional — Mrs. Boulter, Brighten. Paper—The Freedmen—Miss Mary Holmes,'Rookford. Paper — Alaska — Miss Mary Ellis, Carrollton. Singing — Mrs. Louis. Utah Experiences—Miss Carrie JNnt- tmg, Carlmville. The Indians—Mrs. Taylor, Alton. Recitation—Miss Nichols, Carlyle. Paper—New Mexico—Mrs. Johnston, East St. Louis. Short Talks on Our Work. .Miscellaneous Business. FOREIGN MISSIONARY 'SOCIETY. WEDNESDAT ETENING. 7:80—Sonpturo and Prayer —Dr. Music. Exercise—Mrs. Butler's S. S. Class. Kecitation—Charley Smith. Music. Recitation—Miss Ethel Butler. Missionary Life in China—Miss Inveen. Music. Poem—Mrs. Roseborough, Reno. Solo—Miss Hewitt. Keoilation—Miss Bartlett, HMsboro. Address—Master Miles Stratton. Remarks by Dr. Wolff. Siogmg by Congregation. Benedio- ion by the Pastor. THUKSDAr MORNING. 9 :SO—Devotional Exercises. Minutes of Last Mooting. Treasurer's Report. Appointing Committees. Reports from Other Societies. Tenth Anniversary Exercises. Items—Mrs. Wright. Praise Meeting—Mrs. Halbert, Belle- ille. '|In Memormm." Young Lathes' hour. THUR8BAT AFTERNOOU, 2:00—Devotional Exorcises. Paper from Hillsboro, Society—Mi6s Jenkins. Corresponding Secretary's Report. Report of Committees. "Little Purso"—Mrs. Nutting, Car- nvill*. Essay—Mrs. Campbell, Litohiiold. Question Box. Recitation—Mrs Eldred, Carrollton. "Child-widows" of India—Miss Edwards . Closing Exorcises. 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 Pierson & Carr D. G, Co, At Marsh's Drug Store i YOU MAY FIND Fountain Rubber Syringes. Rubber Bulb Syringes, with metaT-OP 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 HOOFING and GUTTERING and JOBBING done at rciuiouable ratoa. Call and examine my utoak before purchasing olsowliore. 532 Bast Second st H ,5 tndoor west of Henry A T *A.VJ » GOLD and SHIRTS, It is generally bohoved that the tariff pan wool must bo raised, or the rals- ig of sheep in this country bo substan- lally abandoned. In Town anil llamlot, 'ha soods of/liuormlttont and blllotm icmit- out fever yarininiito ana Inmr evil Irult. No ommuulty ban ultogotlior ouoapod It. In populoiiB wurda of largo cities bud Bewago OUUBOH U, iincl In tliulr »ubvu'l)8»tagniuitp(jols In sunken lots breed It. TliorolH at onoe u remedy ami u tnoana of pro volition. Its name IB Hostuttor'H Stomauli Blttaru, wlilali la, without ponulvontin'o, tho inont potent antidote lu oxlutonmi to tho mulurlul vlruu. For. titled with thlulnoouipurublo, tmvlnu apoolllc, mlaaumtlc Influenced may be encountered with ubHOlute Impunity, UUordera of tlio uUnmioh, liver and Ijowolu, begotten by nilus- nu^tulnted water, or any other oauao, auo- oumb to tlio beneficent corrective named ttnil rheumatic, kidney and bladder troubles are surely remorrblo uyllta me when it t* glrou a portlitout trlaf. The best for the Money.

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