Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette, November 10, 1890, Page 4

Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette

November 10, 1890

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Issue date: Monday, November 10, 1890

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Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1890, Cedar Rapids, Iowa EVENING "NOVlffiER 15? 1890; LOCAL BRIEFS. John Taylor of Traer Sundsyed In Cedar Rapli-'a. H. C. Ilten baa accepted a position in the Sinclair market. J. J.Novok of Iowa City was in Cedar Rapids this forenoon. Messrs. Irv. Mitchell and W. G. Haskell of Vlnton are In tbe city today on business. N. P. Bailey of California, a former resi- dent and business man of this city, Is visit- Ing here with bin old friends and acquaint- ances. The Ministerial association meeting, to be held at Trinity church, West Side, will be held on Monday and Tuesday i f next week, and not this week as announced yesterday. There were three cases In police court this morning. Jack Cress, an old offender, was Bneil 150 and co-ts. The otters were plain drunkb, Frank White and Joe Souffcr, fined each. Mrs. G. K. Barton accompanied by Judge Hubbard, her father, and Dr. Crawford and nnrsc, left for Hot Springs, Ark., this after- noon In General Superintendent Whlteman's private car. Stop and look into Uenecke Yetter's show window and see some of the dress goods for the great coming sale which begins to- morrow mnrnlng at 9 o'clock sharp and con- tinues for two weeks. Tbe Mikado's Garden Is a thing of the past. The workmen commenced this morn- Ing to remove tbe decoration sand furnishings of the Interior and In a very few hours all that had been beantlful was gone. Rev.Walter the Evangelical cburcb preached an excellent sermon last ulgbl on "Yonng Manhood and Its that is very highly spoken of by those who beard It. He lelt this morning fora two week's visit to bis fotmcr charges at Afton and Red Odk. At the meeting at the Y. M. C. A., this evening, tbe tbeme will be taken from the reading of John III, 1-16, and Is epitomized aa "Sympathetic but Unsatisfied." Mr. Me- Rae, who was expected to lead tbe meeting will not be able to he present, and tbe leader has not been sekctcd. Informations have been sworn out against a large number of saloon-keepers, charging them with selling liquors on election day contrary to law. Some 35 of the Informations were sworn out, the complaining witness being W. D. Robins. Tbe informations were all tiled with Justices Anderson and Smith. Some of tbe accused have already appeared, and all have thus far plead not guilty. Some of the cases will be tried this afternoon and the others probably tomorrow. The regular Sunday afternoon meeting at the Y. M. C. yesterday was madea gen- eral meeting and an audience of from 150 to 300 people gathered in the auditorium at the close of the temperance meeting to attend the first meeting of tbe series that will continue throughout tho pres- ent week, the week of prayer. Some excellent music was furnished, Including a solo by Miss Boynton and two pieces by a male quartette composed of Mafe-s. W. M. Beck, W. A, Smcalon, M. B. and A. K. Jones. Tbe address was by Rrr. A. N. Gilbert, who hi s bern conducting the at tbe Christian cburcb recently. He delivered a 30 minutes talk on "Salvation Through and held the careful attfntion of the audience from first to last. GREAT STOCK OF OVERCOATINGS at Moulton it Varney's The tailors. Go to them and place your order for something nice You will find their prices lowtr than their competitors. STOP AND Look into Denccke Yetter's show window and see some of the dress goods for ibe great coming Bale which begins tomorrow mo.nlng at 9 o'clock sharp and continues for two weeks. Smoke tbe Cedar Rapldti cigar, for sale by all dealers. A People. A man who been swindled out of money while trying to bu> worth of counterfeit arrival in Mil- waukee in a penniless condition, and the people so felt for him that tliey rnLsed purse of tWtobelp him RH 11 In. firt I' Great Sale! Advertised a Jew ago Begins Tomorrow, Tuesday, Morning, Nov. 11, at 9 o'clock anarp, and continues positively for TWO WEtKS ONLY. BETWEEN AND WORTH OF elegant dress goods will be sold at prices nwer tban jou have ever seen them In all your life. We closed out the entire lot, 357 jleces, lor spot cash, [ar below what thej coat the manufacturer to make, and we now five our thousands of customers a chance to 5uy elegant drens goods and sill's at prices they will never forget. Read carefully our I and come early every day to get near our (Irene goods counten, as veil as to avoid the jre-l jam In the afternoon. 40-Inch floe all-ifool French serges for 48c a yard, every yard worth 70 to 75c. 48 to 50-Inch elegant fine heavy French for juat 73c a yard, would be cheap at tl. 42 Inch very finest French for juit T5C yard, worth to 48-Inch extra fine eergei for jutt 78c yard, well worth to 48 to 50-Inch extra fine serges, for juat 90 cents a yard. Every yard worth 48 to 50-locb very finest French serges made, for just 98c yard, every yard worth 50-lcch English flneit silk finish serges for just every yard worth 41 Inch very finuat rep cords and 50 Inch 4n many other fine weaves at from 25c to 40c a yard less than they are actually worth. 42 Inch black brllllantlDes for only 35 and 43c a yard, worth from 50 to 05c. 43 Inch extra fine black brilllantine for just 48c a yard, worth 73 to 75c. 54 Inch black brllllantlnes for Just 72 and 89c a yard, worth tl.lUand 40 Inch nice all wool French Henriettas for just 43c a yard, every yard worth 60 to 65c. 46 to 48 Inch fine all wool silk finish French Henriettas for just 59 and 68c a yard, woith 75 and 90c. 48 and 50 Inch elegant fine black tllkwarp Henrietta! for juit cents. They wouk be a bargain at to 27 pieces of the world renowned Priestly black silk warp Henriettas Alt go at from 15c to 35c a yard less than they have ever been sold for. Two-thirds of the above mentioned goods are black, balance In lovely colorings, and last of all 31 pieces of elrgnnt black dress silks Ir Gros Grains, Ruadames, Faillep, Armorers Almas, Peude Sole, for 65c. 69c, 75c, 88c, 98c, ctc.Every yard of these elegant silks are actually worth from 25c to 50c a yard more than our sale prices We also offer several thousand yards o other dress goods too numerous to describe All go at nearly half their value. LET SO ONE STAY AT HOME. JOIN' IN EVERY LADY AND GENTLEMAN FAR AND NEAR. COME EARLY TOMORROW, EVERY DAY AFTER FOR 2 WEEKS. Lay In your supply of Dress Goods am Silks for the tiert year to come, for neve again will you see such marvelous bargains P. S. OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS will do well to come at once by first train, o write for samples and prices without deli before the assortment Is broken, for the won't last IODJT. THE LEADING RELIABLE ONE PRICE CASH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRY GOODS, CLOAK AND NO- TION HOUSE OF THE CITY. ALWAYS THE FIRST TO OFFER MATCH- LESS BARGAINS. ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. MIKADO GARDENS CLOSED. Pbe Lust Day a Very Disagreeable The Show Has Been a Sacred Concert Laat Evening. The Mikado Garden, tbe great flower show, las "come and gone" having closed with a sacred conceit last evening at Greene's opera louse. Saturday, the last day of the show, was a very disagreeable one since It snowed, rained and sleeted about all day and the ater found Its way Into the tent In acveral places. It waa too cold and disagreeable to ic out and tbe attendance the last day there- 'ore was light. The sacred concert which was to have taken place In the gardens had to be held In tbe opera house on account of tbe Inclemency of :he weather. It was quite well attended, :hougb not as well aa had been expected, lad It been announced earlier that the con- cert would be held at the opera house t Is thought a full house would have been se- cured. The concert waa given by tbe Baker opera company and the McElbluuey band of Lisbon. Both these companies the past week have made warm friends In tbla city, and merit them. Tbe program contained several fine selections, and was well received. Em- met Drew sang a good solo and was encored. Silent Heroes" and "Praise the roth elicited hearty applause and encores. The violin solo by Jobann Roermeliter was very fine and fully appreciated. Miss Kitty Marcellus sang a nice solo, and won a hearty encore. Mr. Deshon, the comedian, delivered a recitation. He was encored several times, but tald that It was a sacre i concert and be would have to make his funny business as sa- cred as possible. The selections by the band were very nice and fully appreciated. The Mikado Gardens has not only served as a place of amusement and entertainment, but It has served to advertise both Mr. Hlgley and Cedar Rapids. They were open six and were visited by about people dally, many, yes tbe major portion coming from other towns and outside of this city. Those who visited tbe gardens bad the pleasure ol feasting the eye on tbe beauties of nature as presented In tbe myriads of posies, and In the great number of handsome articles of needle fancy, and artistic work, tbe productions of the deft lingers of tbe ladles of Rapids There were rare plants there, some the likes of which bad never been seen before by least nine-tenths of those wbo visited the place. Tbe Mikado Gardens, though an experi- ment, have proven a success. Tbe ladles having charge of the major portion of thi booths actually met with better success finan daily than they bad anticipated. Their sales were quite large and they netted nice lit tie sums for their societies' treasuries. Mr Higley assured a GAZETTE reporter that hi would enlarge upon tbe experience gained and that next season he would double ef forts put forth this. Ho felt sure that al would take a little Interest In It, more by the car nearest him before be could get out of the way and knocked down on the track. In some unaccountable way MB body and feet were thrown outside tbe rails, but lie bead was run over by tbe wheel