Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois
Dry Good*—II. J. Bowman dc Co.
Fall Stock complete at H. J. Bowman A Oo’e.
Now I)rot* man A Oo’a.
Goode, at H. J. Bow-
New Hobe Dresses, at H. J. Bow man A Oo’a.
Novelty Drew Good*, at H. J. Bowman A Oo’a.
New Silk Velvet*. dc Co.
New Milk Plushes at dc Co.
-H. J. Bowman
II. J. Bowman
ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.
WEDNESDAY EVE., OOT. 29.
A pother lot of Oilcloth Stove Heim, In all sites at A. Neerman’a. 29 4.
Cast WTM work on the new opera house was commenced to-day.
New Plaid Velvets at H. J. Bowman A Co.
New Plaid Surah* at H. J. Bowman dc Oo.
Nicest Cloaks Dry Goods Oo.
A Carr dwlt
Miss Loa lee Mac rd Jan has return*/} from a three months visit to relatlv in Montana.
the BLADDER | EVERY LADY IN ALTON AND VICINITY
“TRIED TO RUIN HIS PRO ERTY IN ALTON.”
New Surah Silks at H.
New Regent Silks at H. J. Bowman A Co.
New Armure Silks at H. J. Bowman A Co*
New Pean De Bowman A Co.
Son Silks at|H. J.
New Faille Francais at H. man A Oo’e.
New Silk Mohairs at H. J. Bowman A Oo’e.
New Henriettas at H.
J. Bowman A
Stanley ll. Wheat, traveling freight agent of the Missouri Pacific R. R., I in town to-day.
Straight Goat tip spring heel chil clren’s shoes. Rhoads A Carhart.
John A. Garland, general agent for the New York Life Insurance Co., was In the city to-day.
If you are looking for a stylish
a rap do not fail to visit our cloak room.—ll. J. Bowman dc Co. w s
Tiik Mendelssohn Club met this afternoon at the College Annex in Upper Alton.
Warranted pure kettle hog lard at Klrach’a
D’Alma at ll. J.
New Black Drap Bowman A Oo’a.
New Royal Serges at H. J. Bowman dcOo’s.
New Fancy Flannels at ll. J. Bowman dc Oo’a.
man A Co’s.
Flannels at H. J. Bow
New Broad Cloths at II. J. Bowman A Oo’e.
New Plaid Cloakings at H. J. man dc Co’*.
Shawls at ll. J. Bowman dc
Blankets at II. J. Bowman dc
Hosiery at H. J. Bowman A
Gloves at H. J. Bowman A
New Underwear at H. J. Bowman A Oo’s.
New trimmings at H. J. Bowman dc Co’s.
New Handkerchiefs at H. J. Bowman A Oo’s.
New Goods in every department bought direct for oash and offered at the smallest possible margin at H. J, Bowman A Oo’e.
W# have m Hous# full of BEAt'Tiri I. GOODS whim w# bought with a new of making thou) Souvenirs as Wedding Gifts. Boin#thIn« Useful, ornamental, and will be a jog forever, will be found with us, at moderate price.
PARTIES GOING TO
Will bear In mlnu that we boe the MOST COM TI JCT* STOCK of
China, Glass, Thumps, Bilvor, Tin and W oodon ware.
It will peg you to look through our Houeefuralthing Department in which you will find to many useful things, at
HOPPE’S CHINK HILL
Deputy Clerk Ru lershansen has issued a mirria^e license to Mr. John R. Berry aud Miss Emma Anderson,
both of North Alton.
Hot anil Cold baths at Maul A Mo-Nely’s 214 Plata street ap 0 dly
See Marsh’s new advertisement in this issue. It is timely and the pru dent person will be timely by securing articles that may be needed at any time.
The noon train on the Bluff Line was about an hour late to-day, owing to tho fact that the tender of the engine whioh drew it jumped the track at Jersey Ville.
Tho*. Whalen was arrested and jailed to day on a warrant sworn out by his sister-In-law, Mrs. John Whalen, charging him with usiug abusive and obscene language and disturbing the pesos.
Mise Sadie Harris, the fair young lady who has for some time held the position of cashier at H. J. Bowman A Co.’s drygoods store, and Mr. Robert D. Nixon, the well known plumber, will be married this evening, at the • residence of the bride on Sixth street.
Good comfortable Hose for everybody at Pierson A Carr Dry Goode Co. ____________ * dwlt
The remains of Mrs. Wash Johnston were brought here from St. Louis, this soon, and conveyed to the residence of Mrs. Elisabeth Jones, at State and Fourth streets, from whioh the funeral took place this afternoon at half past three o’clook. Rev. Dr. L. A. Abbott officiating.
Dongola tip spring Rhesus A Carhart'e.
I of FSR MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
aoO a good many for LES* THAN COAT. ** th* entire ate*-* must be
la the SHORTEST TIME POSSIBLE Call
"save your money
A* now is ta# Urn* to get USEG USS-
201 W. TAW it.,
Every man In Madison county opposed to pnblic schools, will vote for Copping*'* Fairies and Picker, because they have signed the secret circular sent them, and represent the anti-public school Idea. And every man who beUeves in public education should vote against them.
For scrofula in every form Hood’s Sarsaparilla is a radical, reliable remedy. It has an unequalled record of cures. 83
Mr, H. H. 8chmoellcr employed in Mr. II Braeggemann’e cigar factory is to be matrimonially’’tied np”this eve. He bore bls fellow-workmen’s ban-terings with good grace and a smile that became a happy prospective bride-groom Miss Katie Johnson Ie the lady whom he will wed, and the grand difficulty will take place at the home of the bride.
Jackets and Underwear at 50c. on the Dollar at J. M. Gibereon’s. ('ail and aes for yourself. 29 3
Now this is the day when many candidates came to present themselves before the Alton politicians. And
among them came the Hon. Scott Wike who is going to and fro and walking up and down in an attempt to compass his rs-election, on the Dem ocratic ticket, to Congress from the Twelfth Illinois District,which adjoins ours on the northwest.
Visit cor cloak room. You will be
pleased aith the new etyles and low prices.—H. J Bowman A Co. we
Whkrh does Kalbfleisch live? On the ticket hang at the head of its editorial column the Sentinel- Demoorat prints, ’’Kalbfleisch of Edwardsville,” while the Edwardsville Democrat't ticket reads, “Kalbfieisoh of Collinsville.” I* the Edwardsville paper ashamed to acknowledge Kalbfleisch ae a citisen of that town or are the Democratic organs trying to give more rope to their candidate with th# vealy name.
And Yet it Says he Never
Single Act Against the tereits of Alton.”
Hk (Coppinger) has never been known to cut a vote or do a single aet against the interests of Alton, and hence the people want him to look after their interests in the State Ben ate,—Sentinel' Democrat, Oct. 28.
If he bu never “cut a vote” or done ‘a single aot against the inter eats of Alton” will the Sentinel- Democrat tell us why the following appeared in that eeneelssa sheet of Oct. 10th: “The trouble between Mr. Coppin gar and the editor of this t aper (the S.-D.) arose very largely out of the fight whioh we were then making to secure the system of electric light for Alton. * * • We opposed the Al ton (Im Co., of which Mr. Ooppinger WM manager, very vigorously, and sought in every way pose!'de to neeure the electric Hyht. He 'tut not like it.*'
If Mr. 0. never did “an aot against the Interest# of Alton,” why did the 8.-D., whioh claims to be a great striker for the “interests of Alton” oppose him! If Ooppinger WM a public spirited citizen, It car tainiy was not in keeping with the 5.- />.’* vaunted self-praise to enter fare with Mr. Coppinger, and “ruin the property In which he WM Inter ••ted” ae it uys, (Oct. IO) it tried to do. Now hora Is a plain cue: the 8.-D. says it “ vigorously opposed” Mr Ooppinger,* *nd tried to “ruin hi#prop arty’’ in favor of the public interests a id now It uye that Mr. Coppinger ‘never did a single aet against the interests of Alton.”
We leave our readers to draw their own conclusions of Mr. Coppinger’ organ in this city, sometimes known the 8inditer.
Only tbs choicest meats at Goo. Kirsch’!, the old stand.
TSE many friends of Mr Kerr will be glad to bear that he now teems to be on the road to recovery from the injuries which he received at the Alton Roller Mill, two weeks ago to-day. On account of the dC-flcuity that he bu experienced in breathing, during hie convalescence, he iiM been anabia lo lie down and hM taken ail bbl sleep while sitting in an easy chair. Lut night, for th# first time since the accident, he wm able to recline in bed. and conae-
Houm to Kent.
Containing H rooms, central location.
Inquire at this office. 29 8
I might a Murderer
Last August Kiev ford Shaw, shot and killed James Rogers at a Jersey county dance. Shortly after, he die appeared and until yesterday was not seen about Jeraeyville. When he left bis native bailiwick he went down to Cairo, bot for safety afterwards croM sd over into Kentucky. As tiai* pas* sd he came back to Cairo, where he wm arrested on an order fro rn Marshal White, of Jersey villa. At preunt he is in th* Jersey county jail with good
prospects of remaining in custody for many months to come.
The speaking at City Hall, Saturday evening next, will begin promptly at 7 o'clock, m the Senator wishes to leave for his home on the 9:20 train. Every one should be on time. Remember, Saturday at 7 p. rn., at City Hall.
A local branch of the Ancient Order of Patricians wm organized at the K. P. Hall last evening with seventeen charter members. The follcw-iag officers were elected:
Past Counsellor— II. O. Tensor.
Counsellor S. M. Miller.
Vioe Counsellor—Jacob Strubel.
Recorder—R. J. Brueggeman.
Th# Order of Patricians la a wealthy fraternal insurance society, incorporated under the laws of Pennsylvania.
Blanki ta, cheap and all wool, at Pierson A Carr Dry Goods Co. dwlt
Tried Ie Kola ieppisger’s Property.
“We opposed th* Alton Du Company, of which Mr. Coppinger wm manager, very vigorously, and sought in every way possible to secure the electric! light. He dul mot Uke it, of course, as it threatened to ruin property in which he wm interested. -Sentinel* Democrat, OH. 10.
Notice.—If yon amoke, and want full value for your money, call for Neininger’a Magnolia or Fig Cigar.
Unity Club held its Aret meeting of the season last evening at the parlors of the Unitarian church, with s good attendance. The subject or discussion wm Dickens’ David Copps rf!# Id, and the following program wm carried oat: Biographical sketch of Charles
Dickens, A. 0. Williams; Agues and Dora, Miss Belle Flagg; The Micaw-bers, H. B. Sparks; Mr. Barkis, Frank Fisher; Essay, composed of quotations from th* work, Mise Julia Phillips. Mnoh interest was manifested in th* program. Tim next meeting will be November ti, when Mtronoisy will he discussed.
Just received, a large consignment of Frames. Those wishing frames will do well by calling on J If. Collins, Photographer, cor. Third and State streets, Alton, III. dtf
_ A i quaintly feel* much rested to-day.
Ut wary ana turf* out aud *u -----
baar Illinois, able and eloquent prettiest of Dress Goods at a ay boat a tor. A Carr Dry Goods Co. dwlt
In the proceedings of People’s Society of Christian Endeavor, recently beld in Rockford, we find tim following report from this district:
Alton District- Madison and Bond counties Ten societies reported Active members, 239; associate, 70. Total, 817. Held district convention in May. Local onion at Alton held quarterly. Good work among assoc is ie members. Excellent wont by floral committee in visiting sick, etc. Religions periodicals now donated by three societies to those who cannot afford them otherwise.
Hay, corn and Oats, at lowest market prioee. - 8. B. Baker A Co.. State •treat. 16l(-
Know® Where to get
Bo we hardly need to say that the
NEWEST, NOBBIEST, NEATEST,
Plushes, Ulsters, Jackets,
Can be had now in KndlefiNi Variety.
PIERSON & CARR DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Senator Cullom’s Meeting,
The last grand rally of the campaign, will take place Saturday evening, at the Cliv Hall. Any one ,7ho misses the opportunity of hearing Senator Cullom will regret it. He will ably present the iMuesof the day and present them in such • manner m will be convincing. Tell every one you see.
Com’orts, warm and large, at Pier eon A Carr Dry Goods Co. dwlt
BATTERED AND BRU IHE ’.
Mr. C. F. Spar k* t aorht In the Ma-rhinsry st the Mill this morn la*, and Badly Hart.
When it became tim* to turn out the electric lights st Sparks’ mill th! i morning, Mr. O. F. Sparks went down in the bMement of the building and attempted to throw off the dynamo belt from the large fly wheel over which it rune. He was caught In the machinery, carried over the wheel, which at the time wm making two hundred and forty revolutions to the minute, and hurled to the other eld* of the room. As he went over the wheel, Mr. Sparks’ body struck a 2x4 acantiingthat wm fastened bv 3 inch bolts to heavy beams over head, and tore the board away, bolts and all. Smallar pieces of wood about the place were likewise struck and splintered. The injured man who picked up from the floor where b fell and carried in an insensible condition to th* miilolfioe. In res po rn* a hasty sail for physicians Dr*. HMkell and Fisher came and after doing for birne verything possible there, he wm removed to hie hora*. After recovering consciousness, Mr. Sparks stated that he attempted to kick the belt from the wheel and his pantaloons were caught between the two. It la almost miraculous that he wm not killed outright by th* fearful knock ing about that he received. As it is, gash in the side of the head, cate in the face and bruise* on almost every part of the body ie the inventory of hie Injuries. No bones were broken and it is not believed that he suffered internal hurt. That his iojnriet are thus comparatively slight is welcome news to Mr. Sparks’ many frisuds, and wm the cause of mach congratulation about the city today.
smoked and salt mn at# at Kirsch'a. 296
Dr. Enos at tbs Alton Sanatarium will pay special attention to Nervous, Chronic and Rectal disease*. Office hours IO a. rn. to I p. rn. Telephone 136. Corner Third and George street Alton, IU. oofldwtf
riled far Appl* Jake.
The Leo Vinegar Works are doing a big business at present and are fixing to do more. Apples are daily being pressed for this oouosrn and th* jatos •hipped here from Hadley’s Landing, McClusky and CarroUton. Every time the steamer Bald Eagle comes down the river she brings a large consignment of apples from Calhoun oonnty for the Vinegar Works. Mr. Leo hM had one of the large store buildings on the penitentiary grounds repaired and fitted up for a warehouse. la this building are six tanks, each with a capacity of 3,000 gsUons of vinegar or cider. A temporary frame scaffolding la now used to reach the top of these tanks for the purpose of Ailing, but nest year pumps worked by steam will he pot in. Mr. Leo intends to make this a modal warehouse for the storage of goods manufactured by him, and the fine busine*# that be now enjoying warran ts him In doing so.
Gents’ fine Worsted Wool and Silk Shirts, Underwear and Hosiery, at
C. G. Mortis*#. dtf
Sunday School entertainment on Friday evening, Oct. 81, in Masonic I tall on Second street. AU are invited to attend. Admitance IO oenta.
I. H. Kelly, Supt.
The Reheel Qnrstlen Is undoubtedly the chief one iu the present contest. An effort is now being made to destroy the efficiency of our school laws. It behoove* • very man who has th# welfare of his oou itry st heart to vote for no man who is not outspoken in favor of th * public schools. Every voter in Madison county opposed to the schools wUI vote for Coppinger, Picker and Fanes, who have signed the secret circular •cot them. Throughout the entire county this opposition is cry*-talking around I tics# three men. Their nan:* a w ere p >sted last Sunday where the public sc boo I opposition is manifested, as the men opposed to th# school iiw, with in*tr lotion* vote for them. It ie a raid on our institutions of learning. WiU citizen* of Alton and M alison Ceint* fall into this trap set for them by the opponent# of our school system?
Wool Underwear for all the children at Pin moo A Carr Dry Good* Co.
The Reread Grand nail
Given by the Brotherhood of Painters and Decorator* of America, Local Union No. 133, will take place at Turner Hall, Stturday evening, Nov. I, *90 M unto by .Alton Standard orcheitra. Tickets, 75c. 18 raws td
Is a now gams recently originated. Wherever it happens to •triks, it is epidemic. It ie mach worse than “Pigs in Clover’* “Pigs in the Pen,” “The Fifteen Puzzle,” etc. The game ie an effort to apply the pressure of a big ivory ehlp called a “tiddledy” to six small ivory chips called “winks” so m to cause them to hop, skip, jump or fly into a cup, placed at the supposed center of a circle whose circumference would pass through the middle “winks” of •ach player’s group at originally placed. There have been rages before, of one so, t or another, but Tiddledy Winks out loci h them all. It hM Invaded the family circle, capturing all the members from the aged grandmother to th* tender toddler; it hM usurped conversation; It bae driven out cards; it hM baaltbed music; it Hm scattered over the H-brary shelves; It hM, almost driven the calamity editor into the background.
One g »<>d house. Apply to Mrs. John N. Drummond. 25tf
liars sad 'Mf! teal.
Before you bii^ your hard coal, call
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
on OoMrau A us Ii ties. O(ticee
ager for price's qualities, unices 22 VY.
Cliv Had) and 624 P.
Mims L. Stow art. Chairman.
Tee I'ae time’s Fart/.
Th# pMti nee social dub gave their opening dancing party of the season at Paul s Hall last evening, it wm purely an invitation affair and forty-two couples were present. Miller’s orchestra, four piece*, furnished music for the dancers, and supper wm served at mid-night. The time WM pa sad in a manner so enjoyable m to reflect great credit on th# name of the dub, and tho## who are fortunate enough to be in the good graces of IU members are looking forward with many pleasant anticipations to th* Psatime’s next party, which will be given | Thacksgivlng evening.
Second (opp. Second street
Pe;Blent cf fleas; Orders.
By a new ruling of the P. O. department the remittor who desires to relieve the payee or endorsee from the inconvenience of proving identity at the office of i ay maut, can do so, at hie own risk by signing a statement on the application waiving such identification. This wUI prove a great convenience, both to traveling men and the residents in large cities, who often have trouble in proving their identity when presenting money orders for payment. This will add to the popularity of the money order ay ate m, ss th* easiest end safest method of remitting money through the mails.
Mousy ti* loan on improved farm nr* p-rty. For particulars, apply to Geo H. Hml’ey. it
For toe next 60 days I will put in a ae1 of teeth for pi, spot oash.
tach 22tf Dr A. D. Bun.
A Pretty Hare.
A mile race wm run at the Alton Driving Association’s Park last evening between Long’* boree, Dick Long, and Miller’* pony, “Sleepy Dm.” The pair went neck and neek up to the three-quarters pole, hut in the home stretch Long’* animal took the load and kept it until the wire wm reached. Miller’s pony wm a hot favorite In the betting and bis backers dumped a lot of money into others’ pockets.
Wanted. - A girl for general house work in a small American family. Apply or address, Ch ss. A. Valle tie, 8673 Finney avenue, St. Louie Mo.
Moving, Storing, and Cit
Broos ptiy i lo., 8tate
tty attended to.—S. B. Baker A
Hauling, iker 16tf.
Children Cry for Pitcher1* Cistori*.
th . |Agent for tho OM.rated
C. A. SINITH & CO. PLNOS AND ESTEY ORCANS.
Piano* I rom to $500.
Will sell any make of Pianos Cash or on time. Call and get
Organa from $50 to $300.
or Organs any one wants, foi Prices before you buy.
J. H. BOOTH.
The Leadirg Jewt’er and Mut^c Diller, . 119 W. Third et.
HIK ti8M I.VE ROUND OAK HEATER
4 Aluminum” is mixed with the iron from which all GARLAND Stoves aud Ranges are made.
T Am A*' XjiOSS,
I litre! st.. op pow I to Belle. Telephone 29.
It nu rely can nil ne no dlHHeiiBlon If we trike thin occasion to mention,
To our bargains he turned,
Tile palter wan burned Ho Hi l ongly they held bin attention.
St O JEX W ES JF> PE»a
KOR YOUR WINTER GOODS.
Good assortment now in. 117 VV. Third st.