Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 25, 1887 · Page 3
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Wx ask you 'to, carefully rend this column.—H. J. Bowman & Co. • BEST quality ot Shirting Prints In y>retty. new i styloa we 60, nt HI J. Bowman & Go's. '!;'• YARD wide heavy FenanRg in 40 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Go's. WE are showing some very pretty ityloB, medium and dark dress satins •t 12 l*2o per yard,—H. J. Bowman & Co. T " ' •• ' SPUING stylos of those very popular Century Cloths are now on sale at H. J. Bowman & Go's, Fonir pieces Crinkled (Seersuckers in choicest patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. PAtMBii Seersuckers, Toll! Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams in great Yarlety, at 11. J. Bowman & Go's. . , Win are showing a complete stock of Spring Woolens for dress goods, InciuxU 'ing driuble width Cable Twills at lfic;40 inch cashmere at 25o; also Novelty. .'.Fabrics, pi both foreign , anil domestic niako.—H> J. bowman & Co. O; ; IN ouii Silk Department wo aroshow Ing Surahs, Gros Grains and Khadames in every new and popular shade. In Black' Silks 'we are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Ktiadamps, Faille Franoaise and • Bro- cadns.—H.J. Bowman & Go. j -" iN'VEtVBTS we are prepared to show .Stripes and Freize Novpltiesi, Plain Silk -Velvets and 'Piushos in every shade. Plain and Stuped Velveteens, and new colors in the popular Dress Corduroys. —H. J. Bowman &• Co. : . WE CALL special attention to our .Black -Goods. -Large additions 1 have ..been made to tins'Dbpart'rnpnt' during the last two weeks and we are prepared to show bydrv r'eal'ftbod standard fabric :and many novelties.—11. J. Bowman & Co. . ___; r,V: IN oun Flannel Department can be 'foundevery quality and width of White Flannel in all Wool and pomet, also . many pretty styles, Striped. Sacque- irigs, Tricots arid Albatross, in all the : popular shades.—H.' J. Bowman & Co. •'', WE AHE prepared to show a complete line of.Spring Hosiery.* Wo,have retained all the old 7 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.. : ''•• ______j_ •' - • IN OUR Shirt Departmentyoucanfind a real good white shirt for 50c and the best made for $1.00, also Penang, shirts, fine pleated Dress shirts, flight shirts and' all sizes -in Boys'.Laurel -Shirt Waists.—H. J. Bowman & Co. Up JX> -FOIl- Second street.near » corner or Henry " " EINE : STATIONERY, Suohos Crane's, Floral, Whiting's Standard fapers, Huvlbut'a French LtnenB, Eoltpso UoKgod Edge, Elite Kagzed Edge, Balmoral Linen, arlfflu's Linen, Turkey Laid Linen, folfcU Blow, Mikado, Charred Bdujd, Oream LalU. Mourning Note, and a large assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Dennlson's Wax and Seals. School Tablets ana Stationery. _ _ decedwly PiAHOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! OilBAP FOB CASH. ON TIME PAYMENTS t'lanoa and Organs tunod.and ropalroa. Suw- InaMuohlnea repaired • 8upulle» tor all-Ma- oniiitiS. N. P. liAMOKKUA, Music Dealer, Tlilrd otreot, nearly opposite Belle, Alton ill.; ' Ueoedwly WATCH fOB. THE BARGAINS IN JOB'S NKW GOB: BUILDING, HENRY ST., AT . BIBS. D. HBITKAMP'S, All kinds of Fauoy, Band made, Knit andOro- • oivtgoodB. Hooda/robaggans and Hits. Men's Bonn's and Fascinators, at very low prices Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowing and Stamping Done.' dome and give us a call, Don't (orKOt the place, dec6 dwly TUB foundation of, the? new electric igbt building, near; the gas works, on Jellolitreht,'wore Somewhat damaged y the la.te ram storm. Canna, Oaladmm, Gladmla, Dahlia and Tuberose Bulbs at Connor's. It . C.M. CrandaU's Crockery Store Poll THE LOWEST PRICES; : Gopd Cups and Saucers, SOoper set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30o per set, '..-... Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. .Vegetable Dishes, 5o to 50c each. Pitchers, 5o to 50o,.oach.: , Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15o par set. CrystarGlaas Goblets, 20c per set, Fruit Saucers, lOcperset. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75o each. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, $15. . Handsome Decorated Chamboi Sots, 10 pieces, only $2.75 per set Best quality of Triplo-platec v Knives, 1.50 oer sot. Triple Plated Forks, 81.50 por set SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Farts of all all Machines. We have now the B, &.GK Howe Shuttles, Also Turk; ish Bug Patterns , and machines B,.- H. GOULDING. DAILY TELEGRAPH. MODDAY EVB., AP1RL 26. NOTICE TO AUVKRTIflERS. For Mie, ysar 1887 4 tpe ihaU charge the to), owing rates (or trautiant nottwi In bur looal columns! UnRlo Insertion . ] ••;••'• , ]0 cents', fhreo to live Insertion*, . . 7 " Six to twelve Insertions, . . 5 " BATES OF ADVERTISING: .-FtPTr cents per inch first ln- orUon, and TWBlfytX-FirS oont» p« Inch or each substqueut Insertion. " ;. : ••' $3por Inchfirst month, fl,M porluoU.eaoli month thereafter,•••'->-, , LKOAt AJOV^lBTISINQ: ?1 per Inoh lor the flm imortlon, uud 60 .outs por Inch for each eubsoquonl lunortlon. •lOf Above rates will be strictly adhered to. TUB DAILY TBLEGBAP1I 18 delivered by larriers to all parts ol tho city ot Alton and Jppor Alton, tor ten cents per .week. Mailed to any address at tho rate o{ $5.20 per year. THE TELEGRAPH has the largest olroulft- lon of any paper In Alton, and is the best medium for advertisers. jOOHNEll THIRD AND PUSA STREETS. TBLK- HOHBNO.88. I'araeols,at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods ;o's. It Lawn Mowers sharpened and repaired .t Beall Bros.' ,.'• xapH 'd^m mon Use the most fragrant and best coffee n the' market, Forbes 1 Blue Mountain f amaioa. For sale by P. Downes nnd H first class grocers.'"' 20 0* It you wane good coffee you must use !hase & Sanborn's ; coflee. For sale nly by E. F, Deterging,,' , ,283 y BU8INBSS ; CHA«OE.--MoBSr8;it I itt« & Hamill have .boUghtj.Mrt,.'Wm.' "Siem's Third street hardware - store. Tho rade was consummated Saturday afternoon. For Sale—Two mocking birds. In. quire at this office. • 18 d 2w A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for (-rent's Wear, lately received by H. C. G. Moritz, Third street. .'...'. mohlT tf . Ice Cream at Loarts'. 22 3 MR. Wm. Graves brought with him rom California some splendid specie mens of fruit common to that section. Among them were a shaddock, lemons weighing almost a pound • and a half, oranges about as large, grape fruit of mmense size, limes, &c. White Spreads in all qualities, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co's. It Money to loan on improved. f«rm )roperty. For particulars, apply to WHIPPhE & SMILEY. A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: ,Noininger'8 Fig nnd Magno- ia are the best cigars in the market. The closing out sale at Babe's Jewel, ry store attracts the ladies who ' are supplying their tables with silverware at extremely low prices. • 22 8 RUNAWAYS — James Biley's team attached to'a wagon ran away this morning near the junction of Second and Third streets. They were brought up near the city scales on Henry street, narrowly missing that obstruction. A horse belonging to Mr. Myrtle got frightened on the City Hall square this morning and,started to run with such force and swiftness that the harness was torn entirely off the animal's back and considerably damaged. Beautiful White Goods, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co's. It ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING.—Frank 8ei>. bold was accidentally shot just above the knee, at the Woodbine Hall, about 10 o'clock Saturday night, by Richard Mulligan. A 88 calibre revolver in the possession of Mulligan was discharged by some means and the ball took effect as stated. The injured'young man was taken home and tho services of Dr's Fiegenbaum and Guelich were called into requisition. They probed for the ball but wore unable to locate it. Mulligan expressed great contrition nnd sorrow for the accident. The wounded youth was suffering great pain today but It is hoped that nothing serious will result from the wound. . "Light weight Underwear for Ladles and Gents, at Pierson & Carr Dry Gopds Go's. V , It THE St, Louis Bridge* Tunnel Company has compromised with the merchants and manufacturers [of St. Louis in the matter of bridge charges. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children 1 teething, is the proBcrption oi 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 tho process of teething its value is Incalculable. It relieves the child from pwn. cures dysentery and dmrrhcua, griping in the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health to tho child It rests the mother Pnoo 26o a bottle. Ja 15 m w swk PEK80HAL. Mr. Hsrry Allen, of Sprmgfleld.ipent yesterday in this city visiting friends. • Mr. \tf, R Price left today on the noon bain for Hot Springs where he goes tot the benefit of his health. . Mrs. S, H. Logan and her son, Mr. Chas. A. Logan.with his two children, of Tarlorvlllo, arrived here this morning on & visit to relatives, - OEAT1I OF liOR. B. B. HA8KELL. Hon. Beta B. Haskell, father of Miss fl. N. Haskoll, Principal of Montiaello Seminary, died »tG o'clock last evening at the Seminary at the advanced age ot 82 years. The sad event was hot unexpected. For years tho deceased lad been in feeble health, suffering 'rom paralysis, and on Saturday was. taken worse, failed rapidly and passed nto rest at tho hour named. Miss Elaskoll, on Saturday ovetiingVwelcoined he guests she had invited .to attend .ho concert of the Boston Quintette 'Inb, and then passed to the bedside of her father, where she remained until all was over. So near together n life's stream.flow laughter and tears —joy-and sorrow. So soon does the hand clasp of sympathy follow the greeting of hospitality. Mr. Haskell was a native of Massachusetts but for many years a distinguished citizen of Maine. He was a banker and ship owner,a man of wealth and prominence in the commercial world. He was also a leading politician and had been a member of the Maine State Senate. His religious connection was with the Congregational church, n which denomination ho was eminent or philanthropy and benevolence. Since the death of his wife he has made us home at Monticello, whore the tender care and devotion of his daughter smoothed the pathway of his declining years. The funeral services took place at Seminary Hall this morning, where, in addition to the faculty and students of .be Seminary, a large number of friends from the neighborhood and from Alton, athered to pay the last tribute to the departed and to express .their sympathy for the bereaved Principal of the institution. ': . ...... Uev. Dr. Dimond, of Brighton, Officiated, assisted by Archdeacon Tay .or, of St. Paul's church, and by Rev. H. S. Mills, of the Congregational. The exercises opened with music, followed by prayer by Dr. Dimond: hymn, "From every stormy wind that blows; "V reading 6f the Episcopal funeral service by Archdeacon Taylor; -hymn, "Till He Comes;" prayer, by Mr." Mills; hymn, "Peace bf God;" Solo, "Asleep in Jesus," Miibs VVhittlesey;-benediction by Dr. Dimond. • Miss Haskell leaves for the east this eve. via Bee Line with the remains, which are to be buried at Waldoboro, Maine, by the side of the wife of the departed. She will be accompanied' on her sad journey by her couiin, Mr. C. H. Wicker, of Chicago, and expects to meet her brother, who resides in Boston, m route,- probably at Cleveland. For Kent. ....... On Fourth street, south side, between George and Langdon, brick house. Inquire of'Mr. Beam,adjacent house.— Alfced Browne. ap25tf Political t'olor Fashion. Felix Alvino says that he does not have his face half white and halt black; His first fashion was . pure white; after the color got mixed he chose the black. dlt TUB OfUMl'lOS "85AKK STOUT." The End of the Same. There has been a rumor current in the city for several days that the only true and genuine "sea serpent" was on its way up the river and believers in the reptile have, in consequence, been on the lookout fonts appearance. A report was afloat yesterday that the serpent had been seen early in the raornine plowing its way up the stream with its head high in the air and snorting; like the 'soape pipe of a large steamer. A re-lie-able gentleman informed us today that the scaly monster was, headed ofl at the mouth of Piasa crook, not far above where the'Piasa Bird, met with a merited fate many moons ago, and was dispatched with clubs by three or four residents of that section. It was 168 feet in length and was as big around as the hogshead—from which the narrators ol the story procured their whisky, Society Contest,—The third annual contest between the Alpha Zota and tho Bigma Phi Societies of S.hurtleff College will take place at College ' Hall, Upper Alton, Friday eve., April 29. All lovers of a lino literary programme should be present. Street cars will return to Alton. 268* TUB committee appointed at the u. A.R. meeting were in session tins afternoon at MoKmnoy & Hewitt's ofttoo and selected the committees representing the various professions aad occupations in the city. The names will appear tomorrow. LilMG A COKNER STONE. V In spite of threatening appearance of the wepther and occasional showers of rain, there was an immense a«sem» llage yesterday afternoon < to witness be ceremonies attending the laying of ihf) earner atone of the new St. Joseph's Hospital. About d:80 o'clock Mayor M'Piko, and the most of tho City Council, arrived on the grounds which are ocatod at the south west corner of Fourth a&d Walnut streets,just south of St, Patrick's church. The members of iho Western Gathohe Union, preceded by a standard bearer 'carrying their elegant blue satin banner, reached /the place at 1 o'alook. In a short time afterwards tho Catholic clergy reached the platform, on which wree seated the Mayor, City Council, Vicar. General Jannsen, Rev Fathers Peters, Zwelssler, Howard and Rev Father Neuthart, of St. Louis, speaker of the occasion. The orator of the day announced that the ceremonies would consist] of three short acts; the sermon, the collection, laying the corner stone with the blessing and consecration of the edifice and the grounds. The reverend gentleman commenced by quoting Matthew 25-40. "Inasmuch as yo have done it unto the least of those my brethren, ye have done it unto me." He remarked that hospitals are types of a high order of civilization, founded on the teachings of Christ, and are not known among heathen nations. 'The first, movement of the kind is spoken o( in the Oih chapter of Acts. The speaker paid an eloquent tribute to,Alton and said that this . beautiful city always reminded him of Rome and Bethlehem. He spoke of the religious advancement in this diocese since the consecration of bishop Juncker, 80 years ago tomorrow, April 2Cth. The speaker in closing paid a well deserved tribute to the Sisters of Charily for their self sacrificing devotion to their Christian work. At the termination of the address, which was well conceived and well delivered, couched in fine language and very interesting, ihe ceremony of laying the corner stone took place. The stoae basement and brick work of the first story are alulOst completed, but a space had been left above the stone at ; the northeast corner of . the edifice where a metalic box was placed by Vicar General Jannsen and sealed by Mr. J. B. KJrwiu. The cere monies were concluded with chanting, a processional march around the building and the consecration of the place. The hospital when complete will con sist of a stone basement and two and a half, practically three, stories of brick. The dimensions are 110 feet 10 inches long, 48 feet wide. The edifice will cost from $16,000 to $20,000 and will contain 500,000 brick' which are' being manufactured near the spot. The site is a commanding one, embracing a magnificent view of the Mississippi river.and the plains, hills and forests lying eastward and south of the city. Boys' Penang Waistfl, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co>. , It BASE ball notes received too latn' for publication today. ••'.-••' TUB matter of. improved railway terminals is : still of the keenest interest to St.,-Lipuisi'. : The St. Louis merchants' Bridge Terminal Railway Co. brought a uew .bill before the Municipal Assembly at its first session. The measure presents some changes from the bill that was .killed in the last... Assembly, but while an effort has been made to remove every objection possible, it is scarcely probable Chat it will pass without strong opposition. -St. L. Railway Register. • Its Mot all Gold that Glitters. No gold fence around us like St. Louis, nevertheless there is gold'in it for,yon, if you stick to us in buying what you want, at,tho Globe. 22,8 THE BIG BOOSX IN THE WEST. Tho Alton Bridge. I From the New York Trlbune.J "It is boom, boomj boom everywhere, Jut West," said ex-Congressman Amos Townsend, of Cleveland, at the Fifth Avenue Hotel a day or two ago, , Mr. Townsend is one of the rich, solid and substantial wholesale merchants of Cleveland; a director in the "Bee Lino" railroad and interested in various investments in tho west. "I have just come from Washington," continued Mr. Towu- seiul, "but recently I spent four or or five weeks in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado. They arc building railroads out there in every direction. Real estate in Kansas City, Denver, Omaha and such cities is way up, They tell me that this section of the west has never had 'such a boom before. There is a now railroad projected across Missouri from St. Louis to Kansas City, with a bridge lit Alton, which will form au outlet for the Bee Line. Tho road has boon talked of for a good many years. Mr. Dovoreux used to talk to ino about it when ho was alive. I understand it is finally in slmpo to bo put through, and Now York people have taken hold of it. It la a short route and a duo grade. Dress GooM 1 ! At • ' '':''''' We FEEL and KNOW we are S 4 an assortment of . DRESS GOODS; 1 ' •' * ' - ' j J never equaled by us before. STANDARD GOODS of all Mnds, NEWEST STYLES and COLORS in MOST RECENT MAKES.' V' V ; " w BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. ; SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds PROM TEN C1BNTS UP. And all aV ^ At Marsh's Drug ^ YOTJMAYFIND f : Jj^' 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. , , -GO TO— SBELY <fe SON HEADQUARTERS FOlf »,.. I Picture Frames, Brackets, Base Balls and Bats, Croquet Sets, etc. A full line of School Books, Scratch Books and School Supplies- Remember the •• '. .••.-:"..- .place: " •:'- r ».i^l;r( THIRD STREET: - • OPP. BELLE. GOLD and VJtiH SHI The best for the Money,

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