,* H WE R8k you to carefully read this column.—H. 'J, Bowman'* Co. BEST quality of fJhlrttag PrlaU in pwtty. new (styles are 60, At fi. J, Bowman &'0o'fl. YAHB wido heavy Penanga in 40 new patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. v " WE are showing some very pretty atylen, medium and dark dress satins •i 121^20 per yard.—H. J, Bowman & Co. SPUING styles of those very popular Century Cloths are now on sale at H. J. Bowrnau.& Co's. FORTY pieces Crinkled Seersuckers in shoicost patterns, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. - PALMKII Seersuckers, Toll! Du Nords Dress and Domestic Ginghams in great variety, at H. J. Bowman & Co's. • WK are ohowlng a complete stock Of Spring Woolens for dross K0ods,inciud- mg double width Cable Twills at 16o;40 inch cashmere at 26o; also Novelty Fabrics of both foreign and domestic make.—H. J. Uowman&Co. INPUB Silk .Department we are showing Surahs, Gros Grains and Rhadames in every now and popular shade. In Black Silks we are offering some splendid values in Gros Grains, Surahs, Rhadames, Faille Fran caise and-Brocades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. \ , IN VELVETS we are prepared to show Stripes and Freize Novelties, Plain Silk Velvets andvjPlushes ' 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 made to this 1 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 a,n(l width of White Flannel in all Wool and vl)omet, also many, pretty styles, Striped. Sacque- ings, Tricots and Albatross, m all the popular shades.—H. J. Bowman & Co. • WB ARri 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 L- Gloves >we sliow'all ..the popular makes including plain and embroidered backs, dressed and undressed.—H. J, Bowman & Co.. i ; .' i . IN OUR Shirt Department yon; can find , a real good white shirt for 50o and tbe best made for $1.00, also Penang shirts, fine pleated press shirts, Night shirts and all .sizes. in Boys' Laurel Shirt Waists.—H. J. Bowman &Co. UQ IT/IT T\VKPa Second street,near 10 XL\Jju J/JElXV K»i FINE corner ot Henry —FOB— STATIONERY, Snob as Crane's Floral. Whiting's Standard u. Papers. Hnrltmt's French Linens, .Eclipse S Bagged EURO, Elite Ragged Edge, Balmoral »> Linen, Griffin's Linen, Turkey. Laid Linen, Is Pencil Blow, Mikado, pnarred Edtce. Uream | Laid. Mourning Note, and a large assortment i ot lUuminuted and , Decorated. Stationery. « Dennlson'sWax and Seals. School Tablets .and Stationery. •> deoedwly PlANOiJ, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! £:oriSA?. FOR CASH' ON tma PAYMENTS (is Hands and' Organs tunod'and repaired. Sow•- Ing Machines repaired. Supnlles lor tOl .Ma- oaines. ' N. I). LAMORaUX, Mnslo Dealer, Third street, nearlv opposite Belle,Alton IU.' ',. '? ; 't , deofldwly.,. WATCH 5 »OR THE BAKGAINS IN JOB'S :KKW ,'•. •' COB, BUILDING, HKNUY BX,, AX"'"' ''' ":"/. M)BS. 1>. HKITKAMP'S, : .;. ; f fl AU kinds ofFanby, Hand made, Enlt andOro- Vi o'n'otgoods. .JIopds.Tobaggans and Mlts; Men's 'Bean's and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking, Plain, and family Sowing nnd Stamping Done, borne" * ana'give us a .call. Don't forget tbe place, decedwly .• •, ..: .'' —OALL A.T— •',-•• . Crandall's Crockery Store ••'.' :,.-. FOB PBrCJBS; , Good Cups and Saucers, 80o per set. Good 8-inoh Plates, 80o per set: Meat Dishes, 5c to 60o each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5p JjO; SOa, each. !.':.' .Half-pintTable Tumblers, 15c : /.';'' ; per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20o per set. Fruit Saucers, lOo per sot. . Fruit Disb.es, <5.c, tq 75o each ',-„• Beautiful Decorated' English Dm- »er Sets, $15. .',.!" Handsome ; Decorated Chamber Bets, 10 pieces, only $2.75 per set Best quality of • Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 ner set. Triple Plated Forks, $1.60 per set SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Farts of all all Maohinep. We have now tbe B, & G. Howe Shuttles, Also Turkish Bug. Patterns " TMaohlnes E. H. ALTON.BJOLY ' NOTICE TO AUVBBXUBfU, . ( • — Tor tue yew ie«7 w> Wail charge tb« following rate* for transient notices in our local column*: ' < ' SlnKlo Insertion i, . l \ . 10 cents'. Three to flva insertion*, . ' < I 7 " Six tb twelve insertions, ., . 8 " i , AATB8 OF ADVBIlTiaiNQ : lUNSumT.-.F/iTr cents per Inch first Insertion, and TWSNTr-firs oenta pm Inch forooob rabstquent Insertion, •• $3perlnohCt8i),toontiii $1.50 j>or Inch '.each month thereafter. ' . *' r , ' tBGAL ADVERTISING!' fl tier inch foir the' flttt Insertlor,, and 00 cents par inch for oaih aubsoqneul Insertion. HSf Above rates will 1)0 attiotly Adhered to. TUB DAILY TKLEGBAPir Is delivered by oorrlorfl to' all parts of the qlty of Alton and Upper Alton, for ten cents per weak. Hailed to any address at the rate ol $5.40 per year. HU TBLBQIlAPll has the largest circulation of nny paper-In Alton, and U the best medium for advertisers. Coiumn THIRD AND PIASA. STBKBTS, TBLE- I'HONB NO. 88. BABE ball notes on second page. THE woalhor ia again seasonable and spring like. A few fine Bronzes left at Rabe's closing out sale. ' 20 3 1 THIS was a typical April day; alter-* nate showers and sunshine. "ODORS from Araby" the ladies should read.Prof. Marsh's new. attyer-> tisement. Corded Piques and plain styles, at Pierson &' Carr Dry Goods Go's. It SOMK 6f .the farmer? report their wheat in better condition than it 'has been for 10 years at this season. A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigais in the market. THE earnings of the C."& A. for the ;h!rd week in' April increased $6,865 over the corresponding week last year. Use the most fragrant and best coffee u the market, Forbes 1 Blue Mountain Jamaica. • For sale by Jos. Crowe and all first class grocers. 20 6* It yon want good coffee you must use Chase & Sanborn's coffee. For sale only by E. F. Deterding. 233 .:.-, A FAREWELL dinner to Rev. Dr. W Wi Boyd was given at the Lindell hotel St. Louis yesterday afternoon, ".'. ': Castors. Butter and Pickle dishes be-> ow cost, at Raho's closing out sale. Y 26 3 COL, Burbridge, of Jacksonville, Fla., sends us a paper containing his inau- gural.address as Mayor of that city. THE rock, pile boom is busted. All the'workmen nt that place have quit 'striking," that is, quit work in that me. i .. A complete line of Spring and Sum* mer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. C, G. Moritz, Third street. mohl? tf CONTRACTOR Hobart is pushing ward the work on • the new packet house. The company expect to occupy It next week. ' ', : Money to loan on improved firm property. For particulars; apply to' WHIPPLB & SMILEY. THE price of gas m ; Uin6.innatt 'has been reduced to $1.16 per 1000 feec,and Is said now to be cheaper for cowking and wurniing than coal. ST, Louis, is "a ragbag of dissent" on the terminal question. The result is that new rocds will terminate before they get^ lu table cutlery only Soup Spoons left, they will be sold cheap, at Habe's closing put -sale. '• ,/ ' 263 Work on full , time commenced at Goo. D. Hay den '« Machine shop yesterday. The boom has commenced at that establishment.' ' .!• . . HENRY stamps says there will : be a crowd of from 20,000 to 25,000 people here next 4th and 5th of July to attend the Old Soldiers 1 reunion. New Colored Towels for Tidies, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Go's. It .WITH the building of the bridge and the extension of St. Louis and Central Illinois road to Alton will comp a revival of wholesale trade hero that will astonish the natives. . • A PROMINENT St. Louis business man gives up the •fMerohants' terminal scheme, likewise the proposed now bridge at that point, and says: "Alton will get her bridge. 11 There will be a special session of Flour do Lvs Lodge No. 68, K. of P., on Wednesday evening, April 27th, at 8 o'clock. A full attendance desired < Work in Ranks. BY ORDER. • ' 26 2 Minima K. P&ttlion & Co. hare established an oiljdopot In this city and pro* pose to make a specialty of keeping families supplied 1 wild opal oil and gaiulmo. They will canvass the olty ihreo times a week tor orders, The soheino is » good one, • , COMMITTEE ' The Executive committee appointed to make arrangements 1 6t the Soldiers* reunion, met at MoKinney & Haw- itt'a office yesterday afternoon In order to;«oleot t sub,committees representing the various professions and occupations. The committee effected a permanent organization by the election of H. M. Carr, as Presfdeni 1 , El. M. SohWeppe, Treasurer! Geo. &• Hewitt, Secretary. The meeting was very ; successful, the members of the committee entering into the Work with an enthusiasm and interest that guarantee sucoess. They are aware of the magnitude of the task that lies before them but feel that they can but succeed, with the cosoperation of the sub-committees and the public generally. ?ho work, on hand was thoroughly don6 as the following list of eub*committee men attests: , .Architects' 1 'and Builders—L. Pfeiffenw bbrgcr, W. J. Ferguson, M. H. Boals. Carpenters and Contractors—8.. McClure, C. F. Degenhardt, E/Hago. Commuters—Geo. A. Bayle, Frank Taylor, B, W. Forbes. ' Cldthlnfl—F.W. Joesting, L. J. Hartman'.. "" ' "••'.' ' ':•.••''•• •••<•< Banks—C. A. paid well, 'Jr., G. A. Joesting; Barbers -Philip Gervig, Jos. Maul, Fred Meyers. •,'• . Boots and Shoes—James Morrissey, Wm. N. Carhart, Paul U&agen. Bakers—T. Arens, W. H. Keith, L. Henning. • • .;.?• ' v ..•.-,• , .. ..*-,' - • Bookkeepers and Clerks—John Pun- can, Chas. Soibold, Jas. Smith. .Butchers and Packers—B. Sohless, Henry Meyers, Julius Fritch. China.and Crockery—C. M.Crandall, JV. F. Hoppe. , ..,.,. '.:••-.. Cigars and Tobacco—John Bacbmaa. ter, H. .Wutzter,Geo. T. Bailey. Coal Dealers —Bi L. : Dor«ey, ';,H. L. Winter,'D.Noonan. -" • ', Confections —J.' B. Leyser,..j'J... H. Maupm, Geo. Loarts. .. ' Dlootbrs—W. A; Haskell, J. Paul Garvin, E. Guelich. ; , : •''< Dentists—C. B.'Kohland, Geo. Me- Millan,--D.C., White. ,,. : . i. Drugeists— H-. V?., Ohainberlain, G. H. Weigler, F. Cotter. , ..Dry .Gtoods—Li Haagen, H. J. Bowman, H. Lehne. 1 . •;',. /. ", ; '., . Flouring Mills—Jos, ; . Wise, W. fi. Pierce, W. D. Sparks. •' ;. Furniture—John Bauer, A. J. Howell, John Butter. •;.,••, ;' ..• • • ", , General Stores—J. H. Oilman, W. A, Hildebrand, C. C. Pa'td. , , ; (ias and Vluinbers—John. W. Cbppin- ger. Geo. H. Eddy, P. Kane., , Grpoeries-TJos. .Crowe, W. Flynn, W. F; Hoppe, Ed. Deterding. H. Gudell. General Offices—Geo. Gray, Fi G. Barlow, L. A Boswprth.. : , , . ''. Hardware—J. Wead, H. K. Johnston, J. J. Harlman... .. ,; ; .••' ,.',..,• v A '..' Hotels, JRestourants and Boarding— Geo,. Baleman, Wm. Fries, D. Ryan. Insurance-^!'. L. Fansler, F. ]Ruders> hausen,-F. Fisher.. , •:•-'),-'..• • Ice Dealers-rS. S., Foster, L. Bickel, .'Johnson. ..'•••-. Implements, Agriculture—C. W. MiU nor,(S. B. Baker. •; Lawyers—,7.,H. Yager, J. F, McGin- nw.iH.S. Baker, Jr. Lumber—H. C. Priest, L. Ginter, John Boals. . Livery Stables—H. W. Hart; Jos. Jarrett, Ja*. Bell. ..-•, •...•-. ;-..... ./! ',' MachiDists and Blacksmiths—Geo. D. Hayden, Geo. Luft, Ed. Beall. . Lime and . Cooperage—Wm.,-. Armstrong, O. S. Stowell, Fred. Hosfert. .ManutaoturerB.-TFrunk Ferguson, C. Rodemeyer, Harry Levis. ; ;! ; ; , Merchant Tailors—A. Brueggemann, H. C. o. Moritz. Chris.- Horn. • Painters.— - W; F. :Ensingeri A, A- Neff, Chas.'Hemck. : Railroads and Steamboats.—W. W. Arnold, G. W. Hill, H. C. Tatum. ; Printera.—Chas. Holden, Jr. W. N. Danvers, W. A. Bodt. Brewery, Saloons and Liquors'.—E. Aswege," A. Kremer, Jmo. Elble; H. O. Tonior, Jno. Wempen. ; s?' Stone Contractors.—H.* Watson, Wm. Atkinson, J. Bannon. . '. $addlery and Harness—C. Wuerker, A: Golmer, E. Miessuer. • Stoves and Tin ware—Jos. Hanaill, A. J. Degenhardt, J. B. Kirwin. Soda Water Manufacturers'—Max Knhl, Chris Weisbaoh. A••:. , Watches and Jewelry y-E R Goulding, J H Booth, A J Glen. .'-.'' - •••" Water Works^-T;A Taylor.' : ; '-'•' Upper Alton Committee — Major Moore, John Leverett, J. Weeks. Alton Junction—Aug Head, Z Silver, Geo Smith. . . North Alton—H A Betz, D Iloh, J Redmond.' . . •. •••..-,,;. ,; , Society Contest.—The third ,annual contest between the Alpha Zeta and the Sigma Phi Societies of Shurtleff College will take place at College Hall, Upper Aiton.'Friday eye., April29. All lovers of a fine literary programme should be present. Street cars will return to Alton. ' 26'8* THE ELSAH EXTENSION. • Gun.'Manager-Fisher and Mr. Delos K. Huynes, of the St. Louis & Central Illinois railroad, were in town yesterday an business connected with their road, They say it is the desire of the company to extend the road from Elsah to Alton and they expect to ' have a proposition to make to our citizens in regard to the matter In the course of a few days. They have obtained from the Wabash road the surveys made by that company several years ago between Elsah and Alton, and these are so complete tUat it is not thought another survey will bo necessary. To Oil Consumers. The undersigned will canvass the olty every other day and toko orders for gasoline and coal oil, and deliver same ou short notice, E. PATTLSON & Co. IT » understood that the new Council will tfleei next Frldity afternoon. Spring Shawls and Wraps, at Pierson & Oarr Dry Goods Co's. H Two government boats are located at the upper island, opposite the city, for the purpose of •, boarding and lodging workmen who are engaged in catting willows for strengthening the Oftp au Gris dike. A pABTt of boys wore seen clubbing and stoning an old woman last Saturday evening, near the corner of Sixth 'and Boston street*. Such proceedings art scandalous and should subject the actors to arrest. Fresh Bulk Oysters at Connor's. It Mr. Floss has purchased F. U. Rabe's share of the stock of Pianos and Organs and will remove them to Mook's Drug Storo tomorrow. Mr. Rabe is beginning to pack up. IT la feared that the consecutive cold nights last week have so chilled the fruit blooms that many will fall off. The weather for the past week, up to today,, has also been unfavorable to strawberries which are now in full bloom. ONE of the first improvements inau- garated by the new Council should be the grading and McAdamizing of Eighth street from Alby to Henry, and the grading of Alton street from Eighth to Twelfth. The grade of Eighth street, also, should be lowered still further at the corner of Easton street. , For Sale—Two, mocking birds. Inquire at this office. 18 d 2w A CHICAGO paper lately published the religious beliefs of the members of the Legislature. Madison county's delegation reported as follows: W. F. L. Hadley, Methodist proclivities.;. , "..-.'•• John W. Coppinger, Catholic. Isaac Cox, Baptist proclivities. John Wedig, Humanitarian jwhatever that may be. IK the section of city lying between Fourth and Twelfth, Piasa and Honry streets, are many hollovrs or sink holes. The policy of the new Street and Alley committee, should be, where practicable, to turn the, wash from the streets into these hbllo.Ws and gradually fill them up. All the earth washed away by every storm .and,lost, is needed, and much more, as the grade of the streets is how far too high to furnish earth enough to 1111 ttiB depressions. PERSONAL. ' Mr. Chas. Johnson Started out yesterday on a ^business trip for the Drummond-Randle Tobacco* Co. •.. Mr. A. G. Hurd, of Jerseyville, spent Sunday with relatives in Upper Alton. Mr. C. H. Lynch, of Edwardeville, was in the city today. ; For Bent. On Fourth street, south side, between George .and' Langdon, brick house. Inquire of "Mr. Bourn,adjacent house.— Alfred Browne. . ap25tf Poor Old St.LonisI Even Jerusalem—the" ancient and original Jerusalem—is en-joying a real estate boom. Nineveh will come next, and. then St. Louis.— Minneapolis Tri» bune. ... , Us Not all Gold that Gutters. No gold fence around us like St. Louis, nevertheless there is gold in it for you, if you stick to us in buying what you,want, at tbeGlobe.. . 22 3 THB train ru nntng between Detroit and Toledo, on the Michigan Central Railroad, is now equipped with tbe Sflwall system of .contSnaous, steam beatipg; r and has'boon so, running for several'weeks. The system has been working very nicely, the only drawback being the lack of severe cold weather to show what it will do.; . Mnn Wants RToBlo When there la a laok of elastic energy In the system, shown by a sensation of languor and unmet In.the morning, frequentyuwnlug during the day and disturbed bleep at nlgat> Hostetter'8 Btomaoh outers Infuses unwonted energy Into the enfeebled and HOIVOUB, endowing them with muscular energy, an ablll- ity to repose healthfully, and digest (.without inconvenience. Nervousness, hoadaqhe, biliousness, impaired appetite and a feeble troublesome Bttmtito'u.aro all and speedily sot right by this matchless regulator and invlg- orant. The mineral, among -them strychnia and nuz vomloa, are never safe tonics, even In InflulteBlmal doses. The Bitters answers the purpose more effectually, and can be relied upon as perfectly safe by the most'prud- ont, Fever [and ague, kidney troubles and rheumatism Yield to it, ' ' Vbto paper Is Iiujit «n alo at tlio amca of ADVERTISING CENTS rJMESBUpJNB f§&§& PHILAOElPnli KIDNEY PAINS And that weary,' lifeless all-goun sensation ever present with those of Inflamed kidneys, weak back and , _^- lolua, noblnir hips and aldvi overworked or wormnit by ulnnuuo, dflDllitv or diminution, are relieved In one < minute and ineodlly cured by the uutlouru Antl t'aln inustor, a new, origin nl.ulouant undlntulllule antidote to pulu and inflammation, At all druBKlsts.Uo; Uvolorjlror of t'ottor DJ.-UK to,,Uoflton. Dress O-odds f AT & CM We FEEL and KNOW we ar& an assortment of DRESS GOO PS 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 iMn'eve'r, ;: ;; ® ;V SINGLE WIDTH GOODS bl all kinds FROM TEN CENTS' C*; And ali"af"' & Carr D. G,Go. WHITE ROSE. JOCKEY CLUB. PANSY BLOSSOM. STEPHANOJES. COLOGNE and VICTORIA, FRANGIPANNl. MIKADO COLOGNE BAY RUM in bulk. —GO TO— •%.' SEELY & SON HEADQUARTERS FOR 'L and Roil Picture Frames* Brackets, Base Balls and Bats, Croquet Sets, etc. A full line of School Books, Scratch Books and School' Supplies. Remember the ulfLce * THIRD STREET; -'- OPP. BELLE. GOLD and SHIRTS, The best for the Money. sts.
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