Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 18, 1887 · Page 3
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Wtt ask you to carefully read this [column.—H.- Ji Bowman & Co,; BEST quality pf Bhlrtrog ' pretty, now \ styles ore 60, [ Bowman ACd'a. • Prints at H. In J. ALTON YAB13 wide heavy Penangs in 40 new 'patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. WK are showing some .very .pretty style*, medium and dark dress satins ftt 12 W20 per yard,—H. J. Bowman & Co. WOTICB )AJLLY TELEGRAPH. Y EVE., AP1RL 18. TO AOVKBTISEBS.J 18S7 we shall charge the Col- M'PiKB and a boom. PHIL. Mook's will make a safe custodian of the public funds . A. E. BASSETT will make a faithful and efficient Clerk. THIS BIO POOR. The Deniocratt the saloon oombinft. tion, the Banner and the olty admlslra- tlon aroforJocstlng. It is too big n load for him to carr. SWUNQ stylos of those very popular Century Cloths are now oh sale at H. J. Bowman t & Go's. FORTY pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. PALMBB Seersuckers, Tolli Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams in great variety, at H. J. Bowman &' Go's. WE. ore showing a complete stock of Spring Woolens for dross goods.includ- ing double wiu'th (jablo Twil)sat 15o;40 inch cashmoro at 25c; also Novelty Fabrics ,of both, foreign and domestic make.—H. JVliowman & : ,Co., .IN OUK Silk Department we are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and'Uhada'mes in every now and popular shado. f In Black Silks we' are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Rhadamos, Faille Francaise and Brocades.— H. J. Bowman & 06. ; lowing rate* lot ttttaiteut nbtlcei In out local columns: i v • ., Slnifle insertion . . . 10 cents'. Tliroo to nvo Insertions. . . 7 " Six to twelve Insertions, . . 5 " BATES OF ADVBRTI81NG! TRANSIENT.— FIFTY cants per Inch first Insertion, nnd TWSlfry-FXVa cents par Inch fox each subsequent Insertion. $3 per Inch first month, $1,50 per Inch .oncli month tuote&fter. LEGAL ADVBUTI81NQ: $1 per Inch {or tlio first Iniertlpn, and 00 conts per Inch for each subsequent insertion. W Ab'ovo rates will bo strictly nOliorod to. For Sale—Two mookintj quire at this office. L birds. In. 18 d 2w D. YAGER will prosecute evil dealers without fear or favor; ' TILE DAILY TKUSQIIAI'H Is delivered by curriers to all purts ol the city ol Alton and Upper Alton, for.tou conts per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of $5,20 per year. THE TELEGRAPH has the largest circulation of any paper In Alton, and Is the best medium for advertisers. OoiiNEtt THIRD AND J?USA STREETS. TELE • r HONK No: 88. - ' . IN VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and Freize Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets, and Plushog in every shade. Plain .and Striped Velveteens, and now colors in the popular 'Dross Corduroys. —H. J.'Bowman &'Co. . ' ' ;. WE> : ' " Black CALL special attention to our Goods. Largo additions ;have been -made to this Department, during the last two weeks and we are 1 prepared to show every real good standard fabric and many novelties.—11. J. Bowman & Co. . ______ '' IN OUR Flannel Department can be found every quality and width of White Flannel in all Wool and Domet, also many pretty styles, Striped Saoque- ings, Tricots, and Albatross, m 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 Departmentyou can find a real good white shirt for fiOc and the best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, Night shirts find all, sizes in Boys' Laurel : Shirt Waists.—H. J. Bowman &Co. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. OITV KUSOTION, TUK8DA.Y, Al'llll. 10. MAYOR. nT V X2- aro n "thorlzoa to announce FREDERICK W. JOK8TING as a candidate forMayor •'; ' CITY ATTORNEY, „ Wo are authorized to announce tliatL, D. .YAUERls a-ciuidldata lor oloollou. to the ;oflloeof City Attorney, ut the ensuing olty. .election, April Iflth, 1887. , WE are authorized to announce n. 8. BAKER, Jn,, as a candidate for tlio ofllco of Olty Attorney. : ,. CITY cr-Enic. \V o nro authorized to announce ALBERT E. BA_S8ETT as candidate for Olty OlorR. We are authorized to announce GBORGE GRAY as u candidate forOlty Olerlc. WK ore hnthorlzed to anaounce PATRICK WARD us a candidate for Olty Clerk. WK are authorized to announce JAMES McNULTYasa candidate for re-olGcKon to the olllco of'city clerk. ' • . THEASUHKH. _Vfa are authorized to ; announce PHILIP MOOK as a candidate for Treasurer. We ar& authorized to announce A. R. Mo- KINNKY as a candidate for Olty Trcasuier, ALDERMEN. <•<•'•. J'-IItST WARD. Wo are authorized to announce WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, as a candidate for Alderman for the First ward. ^ votmiir WAKD. Wo are authorized to uunonnoo JOHN 0. RUJ'ER as a candidate for Aldovman ot tli Fourth ward. We are authorized to announce B. NATHAN as a candidate lor Alderman of the Fourth ward. , FIITH WAUD. WE or 9 authorized to announce PETER REVLANDas a candidate for Alderaian of the Fifth ward. SIXTH AVABD. Wo are authorized to announce THEO. FRIES as a candidate for Aider man of the Sixth ward. . THE election of M'Pike means that the city will move forward to a high destiny. has the support of tbo Cop- pmger administration. That ought to defeat him. , TUB people have had enough during the past two years, of Cop's, "cheerful continental Sunday." >' THERE is a splendid chance in almost every ward to elect u fiist class man for Alderman. Be sum and vote for the best interests of the city. Call at C. & A. ticket office for lowest rates to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Doluth and all points in the great northwest. dlt STRIKEUS. — The employes at the quarries and lime kilos have joined the Stone Crusher strikers and there is a general cessation of business in all those lines. C>O U"/1T TVTJ'WO Second street,near TO UMliJUJaJH D, corner ot Henry —FOR— FINE * STATIONERY, Such as Crane's Floral. Whiting's Standard Papers, Hurlbub's French Linens, Eclipse Ragged Edge, Elite Ragged Edge, Balmoral Linen, Grlfllu's Linen, Turkey Laid Linen, J'edcu Blow, Mikado, Charred EUno, Cream Laid. Mourning Note, and a large assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Uennlson's Wax and Souls. School Tablets and Stationery; • decsdwly PIANOS', ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CHEAP FOR CASH ON TIME PAYMENTS Pianos! and Organs tuned and repaired. Sewing Machines repaired Supolles tor all Ma- onlnos. N. n. LAMOREUX, Music Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. decadwly WATCH *OK THE BARGAINS IN J.OB'S NEW COB. BUILDING, UKNHY 8T,, AT MBS). D. HMTKAMP'S, All kinds of Fancy, Hand made, Knit and Oro- cu"tgoods. IIood8,TobagganB and Mils. Men's Soari's and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking.' Plain and Family Sowing and Stamping Done. Oomo and giro us a coll. Don't forgot the place, doc6 dwly —OALL AT— CiM. Crandall's Crockery Store FOlt THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, SOc per set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30o per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5o to SOc each. Pitchers', 5c to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15o '• . per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20o per set. Fruit Saucers, lOo per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75c each. Beautiful Decorated English Dm- •er Sots, $15. Handsome Doooratod Chamber Sets, 10 pieces 1 , only $2.75 per sot. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 nor set. Triple Plated Forks, $1.50 per set Buy your Gossamers and Rubber Coats, also umbrellas" at the Globe. It A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Nomirifi;er's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. - THK people who have taken down their heating stoves now find that were a little "too previous." Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply to lludershausen & Sonntag. Third street, dtf THB prophet who foretold snow on the 18th of April, if tliere is any suoh man, uow has in his hat a feather apt. proachingf the dimension of a plume. A noticeable fact: No matter how low others quote prices, the Glooe is lowest. • it ' Two TO ELECT—Owing to the resia;. nation of Alderman Bruohaf the Sixth ward, there will be two to elect from that ward tomorrow, one for one year the other for two years. * MR. Warner, Telephone Superintendent, has put in a telephone, No. 98, at Mr. Jos. Jarrett's livery stable. The service is increasing, three new instrn« meats having been put in this month and three more ordered. HON. 0. A. Herb's acceptance of the call to become a candidate for Alderman of the Seventh ward appears today. Mr. Herb has been so prominent in city affairs that it is only necessary to announce his candidacy. He is on the boom ticket. THE MINSTRELS. —A good audience, attended the vVilson & Rankin Mjnstrel performance at the Opera House Saturday evening and were nighly delighted by the renditions which were new, novel and attractive. The inusio bj the favanelas on paving rammers, picks, shovels and other implements was not only uniquebut' prosemmently fine. Manager Mather deserves great credit for the high grade' of the com« panies ho has brought so far during the season. A complete lino of Spring nnd Summer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. G. G. Moritz, Third street. mebl? tf LITTLE Willie Bnsse played a pleas* ing violin solo at the literary sociable at the C. P. church, Friday evening. In the report of the affair his name was accidentally omitted. Money to loan on improved form property. For particulars, apply to WHIFFLE & SMILEY. RAIN has has visited us at last with a vengeance. It commenced about 9 o'clock Saturday night, continued at intervals through the night, fell pretty steadily yesterday and last night, finally turning to snow. There are ups and downs with all, at the Globe it is up with the standard of the goods and down with prices, that knocks. it SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Farts of all all Machines. We have now the B, & G. Howe Shuttles, Also Turkish Bug Patterns aud Maohi nes E. H;,/OOULDIM. Lawn Mowers sharpened and repaired at Beall Bros.' apll d2ra mon PLEASANT PART*— The Alton Case Ball Association gave a dancing party at Turner Hall, Saturday evening with a large attendance. It was an enjoyable occasion to the devotees of terpsichore. They "ran the base's, hold the points" and caught amusement on (< tho Ily" to excellent music by the Alton Orchestra. A splendid supper was served by Mrs. •Linsig. Summer Hoarders Wanted. Mrs. Brunor will be pleased to accommodate a limited number of first class boarders, with or without rooms. Location unsurpassed. 14 6 Advice to Motnors. Mrs . Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is the presorption of one of the best female nurses aud physicians in the United Slates, and has been used for forty yean. with never- failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of toothing us value is incalculable. It relievos ino child from pain, cures dysentery and dmrrhooa, griping in the bowels, and wind-oollo. By giving health to the child it rents the mother Price 860 a bottle. ja 16 m w »wk THE SIXTH WARD.—In answer to the urgent request of many- friends Mr. James Whitehead has consented to become a candidate for Alderman of the Sixth ward for the "long term," there being two to elect m that ward. Mr. Whitohead has had experience as member of the Council, is a large tax payer, faithful to the city interests, public spirited in his views, und is well qualified to represent his constituents as an Alderman. Sec that his name is on your tfcket. California Excursions. Excursion tickets on sale at C. & A. ticket office, April 19th and May 3d and 17t,h at lowest rates. Good for return six months. Also to Portland,Ore. and return every day. 18 8 w2t DEATH OF DR. DOTT—Col. Doty received a telegram yesterday conveying intelligence of the death of hi? son, Dr. Edmond Doty, which aad event took place Saturday, the lUth inst. at San Antonio, Texas, where deceased had gone for the benefit of his health. Dr. Doty was a native of Wisconsin, aged about 86 years, a resident of Brooklyn, N. Y. and had for a time resided in this city,where he has many friends who will be deeply pained to Jettm of his death. He was a most; estimable gentleman. Ho had long been a suffer* er from the fell disease, consumption, which caused his death.,. Nothing is vet known here as to the arrangements for the funeral. ELECTION NOTES. . The size of Alton's boom will be estimated by M'Pike's winning vole for Mayor.— Sentinel. Don't let the weather, whatever it may bo, deter any voter from doing his duty at the polls tomorrow. Now is Alton's opportunity. Let every voter show by the ballot ho oasts tomorrow that ho at least appreciates what has been done in the way of advancing railway and other public enterprises and desires to have efforts in the samo 4 way continued. Vote for the progressive candidates. Mr. U. G. M'Pike is the hoad of the ticket that represents Alton's spirit of progress and advancement aud every good citl/.ou should not only vote for, but work for the whole "boom ticket." Vote "against" refunding the bonds, pay off the portion of the, city's indebtedness represented by thorn and thus "clear the docks" for any financial action that may hereafter bo noooasary. Voto [forj the boom ticket, for Mr. ii'Piko, and the "progressive" candidates for Alderman in each ward. THEY A KB "RAILIING. 1 Two leading Democrats wore discus-. sing the situation within a day or two when one said to the other: "If the saloons don't rally strong ,for Joestlng heisaeoner." We understand that the saloons have "rallied," as indicated, and have contributed, at a dark lantern caucus, an election fund, not for legitimate oxpensos.'oither, nor for the bone- lit of Mr. M'Pike. Now lot all who are opposed to "boodleV proceedings rally for the "boom ticket." VOTE AttAlNST THE UOOULEHS. Let every voter turn out tomorrow and vote against the "boodlers." Those who have declaimed so ranch against dark lantern tickets should, to be consistent, vote tomorrow against the ticket supported by boodle lunds, contributed at a "dark lantern" meeting of the liquor interest. There are plenty of voters who are not, strictly speaking, temperance men yet who are opposed to the idea of the saloons combining to influence an election. Why have saloon keepers, any more than the members of any other branch of business, the right to combine and contribute money to illegitimately influence on election? Let every voter ask himself this question and vote accordingly. We don't think th-»t our citizens are in favor of electioneering boodle prac* tices and will "Read the answer" in the ballots cast tomorrow. Mr. Joestiag is a good citizpn and a reputable business man. It is his misfortune not his fault that the "boodle" .f element is working for his election. The ', saloou keepers are^jthe chief shouters for Joesting, showing that they have some peculiar interest in his election . Indications are that they aru working more for a 'boonf' for their own particular 'industry' than for a general business revival. We believe that there are interests at stake in tin* election other than those of the saloons. Hence wo use our best efforts for what wo think is for the general welfare and do not propose to aid in the advancement of any one business or occupation at the expense of all others. To Wm. Feldwiscb, H. B. Starr, Wm. Notzbeimer, John Wempen, John J. Long, Richard Gulbally and others : GENTLEMEN — You have teen proper to call upon me to again become your candidate for Alderman of the Seventh ward.lfrom which I infer that I still eni'oy your confidence and esteem as 1 have in the past. I can assure you that I have no per. sonal desire to again become a candis date, my ambition in that direction being fully satisfied. I have in the past on several occasions appealed to the citizens of the Seventh •ward for their votes and support, and you at all times responded to the call I should, therefore, regard it an act of ingratitude toward you not Jto accept your call at this time and will, if elected, a matter I leave entirely in your hands. serve you to the best of my ability. 1 am your obedient servant, _ _ C._A. HERB. IMPORTANT QUEKIES. ; Which of the two candidates should bo Mayor of Alton? Who is the most competent! 1 Who is the best posted in local affairs? Who is best known abroad? . Who has made the most effort for public enterprise? Who would most likely devote his time to city affairs? Whose profession is more in accord with that. line? Whose promises would likely make work easier to get? Whoso election promises at least no hinder&nce to progress? Whose presiding would give most dignity to the ohaitP These are only a few out of hundreds of arguments, in favor of Mr. M'Pike. Now, if ever, we v noed a man at the bead of our city affairs, who will be the least apt to blunder, to say the least; in order to insure us following in lino with other progressive cities of the west. Nature has lavished on our locality multitudes of advantages over other places, all wo naed is to "get up and got." Elect the most fit man who is, we assuredly think, Mr. M'Piko. In voting remember Alton's interests. A DEMOCRAT. TUB MAN FOU THE PLACE. Dress Goods f AT &CARR 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. t - - ' BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS UP. And all at PiersBD & Can D. G, Co, At Marsh's Drug Store YOU MAY FIND Fountaiii Rubber Syringes. Rubber Bulb Syringes, with metal >~c*r 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 ROOFING and GUTTERING and JOBBING done at reasonable rates. Call and examine my etook before purchasing elsewhere. 532 East Second st* 55th door west of Henry A. J, Degenhardt GOLD and / SILVER editor 1 wish to illustrate my opinion of the capability, tlio public spirit and the devotion to the city's Interests, as evinced by Mr. M'Piko by his acts dur» ing the past. I have been acquainted with him for 82 years and speak from a knowledge of what he has done for the people as laud und insurance agent, as a member of the Council, and m other capacities. Not only has he boon, as au individual, a friend in a practical way, to the laboring men, -but he was largely instrumental in getting the Glass Works to locate at iho point now occuplod by that impor* tant industry, by enabling the company to procure tlio necessary laud at a low price. Lot us give Mr. M'Piko credit for only what is duo him as n progresnvp, public-spirited, energetic business man, one who will neglect bin private business at any time to advance the public interests and to labor for the welfare of the pooplu, and when we have done this we can but admit that he if, in this amargOQoy, the right man for Mayor of the olty of Alton. AN OLD CITIZEN. SHIRTS, The best for the Money.

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