Newspaper Page Text
Xgg AJEQTJR TUESDAY, APlilL, 12, 1892
DaJ Shows lienewed inter-
pst i" l,lc x
h.,jV,,nforAc.ive Cva. f
night's meeting of the soliciting
A es of.be Twin-city Columbian
,5JlBlt,e" olntcrpst. and
He there was
jjwswni - f J apnliment which
"""f ' 'nnimously in favor of
't,! the unJer..Wng "head by united
S'1, . - - h..1ivisinn of the
nti,m(itip hnnne to
nj-lP,-i ttr a bjh"
c-nv..f tbe city was adopted,
..K.-..nn.it?ec designated t.) pre-
'tut of tin; proper committees to
icd report 10 iiu'uj -"
2s " i.,.i;-itin(r pAminir.
of tne u -m-iai .-u,.v.,,.."0
s.,:t -(..in. the energetic chair-
,.i n,vk l-lsud committee, on
. ..i'l.P '.111' Mi.'!K'Uil-n:l UIMIiriS 1MI
:' "ri!w,i f'T five sliarcs of the
'i tbc .;surst!C' tint should it be
'" . ,,.,.r , ;,c w..i;M iloiiWe the
Yr. s-t.rvn is pushing the
' him v ith iiior art is
''' ,,. jj ; !, f irmtrs of the lower
, ,. f r a Surge part of the
. sti tvUU-r.ce of hi conn. lence
.VeorU. Howard Wilis this
''-,.. ,iouh:e.l his subscript ion making
t.-tp.i:ed-,ini'the notincauon 01
-'.nrintmeDt as a member of the
Ivt-City of.it.nti toe. Col. A. R. Buffing-
ton. ccnimantlact at Rock Island arsenal.
.... I wi.ul 1 phv with thanks tor the
tcm: irrert. ti at it will give me pleasure
to cc opitati' with the committee in
fcauVics sn-l rarrjing ut plsns for
,r. v....! Juiy celebration this year,
tj ! if & ptrrii3"ttit i x position. "
of how t(f ' .lummm ixpo-
l.. .:. ft... n'ti. c hoc; ri
a'lt (. I. furni- Ltd fru;i -ii In lisr.aeitv.
a resident of which having determined to
move to this loca' ity, mentioned it to a trav
eling man there, who at once remarked,
"Ob, yes, those are the cities that are go
ing to establish that permanent Colum
bian exposition. They are hustlers up
The sub-comiiittee met this morning
and designated t he special committee as
Territory between Third street and
river, Fred Car son, Adolph Larson.
Between Thirl and Fifth etreets.Thom
as J. Red Jig. High Ralston
Between Fifth and Sixth streets,
Charles Engel. 3harles Youngberg.
Between Sixt i and Seventh streets, W.
J. Gab a sen. Claries Strupp.
Between Sevc nth and Eighth streets,
John Irnhoff, Ltwrence Kramer.
Between Eiith and Ninth streets, Jo
seph Qeiger. M. H. Sexton.
Between Ninth and Tenth streets,
Charles Durmann, W. T. Sugden.
Between Ten a and Eleventh streets,
Henry Kinner, .lacob F. Ohlweiler, Jr.
Between Eleventh and Twelfth streets,
John Oilweiler, Jr., H. D. Folsom.
Between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets, M. L. ('.alt, Fred Rinck.
Between Thirreenth and Fourteenth
streets. T. II. fcllis, Henry Broikmann
Between Fo irteenth and Fifteenth
streets, Guorire Sutcliffe, E. Fickencher.
Between F.fteenth and Sixteenth
streets, Fred II lfinger. William F. Salz1
Between Sixteenth and Seventeenth
streets, W. C. Maucktr, Fred Appclquist.
Between Seventeenth and Eigbtheenth
streets. Georee Aster. F. Ludolph.
Between Ei jhteenth and Nineteenth
street". Yalcatiae Diuber, Monroe Kohn.
Between Niaeteenth and Twentieth
streets, Charles Hansgen, William Bog
ges. Between Twentieth and Twenty-first
streets, W. L. Gansert.H. H. Cleave
land. Between Twenty-first and Twenty
second street. J. W. Cavanaugh, Fred
Between Tw ?nty peennd and Tventy
third cireets, Renry L. Wheelan, Horst
Between Twenty-third and Twenty
fourth streetf-. S. W. Searle, T. B.
Between Twenlpsfourth and Twenty
sixth streets, J. T Shields, Peter Frey.
B-tweeu T-vraty-ixth and Twenty-
seventh streets. Andrew Bladel, Fred
Between Twenty-seventh and Thir
tieth streets, Chris Schlegel, A P. Glass.
Between Thirtieth and Thirtyfiftn
streets, north ot Seventh avenue, J. J.
Flynn, William F. Schroeder, George
Between Thirtieth and Thirtv.flfth
streets, south of Seventh avenue. J. K.
Scott, Emil Short.
Between Thirty-fifth and Thirty-eighth
streets. A. Spaulding, Jr.. George Bick,
Between Thirty-eighth and Forty-second
streets. Joseph Lerch, Edwin Ward.
Between Forty-second and Forty
fourth streets. W. A. Martindale, Edward
Between Forty-fourth and Fortysixth
streets, Andrew Peterson, A E Nelson.
South Rock Island Winslow Howard,
L. B. Strayer. M. G. Mills, Ed. Jens,
Frank Beckman, George Glockhofif, J. T.
Campbell, D. W. Mead.
Interesting I'ase Nettled.
The case of Contractor J. A. P.
Berg vs. Augustana College, which has
been pending for several years, has at
last been settled in a manner satisfac
tory to both sides. Mr Berg claimed
that after he had reached the third
story he found that the architects had
made a blunder in their plans, and in
order to make the structure safe, had
to go back and strengthen the founda
tion of the superstructure at an ex
pense of $2,000 and over in materials
alone. The matter was referred to a
board of arbitration, and their verdict
was not satisfactory to Mr. Berg, so he
had riled a bill in chancery to have their
award set eside, and also obtained a me
chanic's lien. On Friday last the matter
was settled by mutual agreement, Mr.
Berg receiving enough to keep him "out
of the hole." The attorneys in the case
were Oliver Olsen for the college and W.
A. Meese for Mr. Berg.
The mechanic's lien being raised,
leaves the college in better shape to bor
A N AWFUL ACCUSATION.
A Drury liimtr Charged With a
Heinous Crime Acaiant nature's
State's Attorney M. M. Sturgeon is in
Drury today conducting the prosecution
in the preliminary examination of Jesse
Powell, who is accused of the heinous
crime of incest, the complaining witness
being Minnie, his own daughter, aged 82.
The hearing is before Justice Wray and
it bids fair to be attended hv sensational
developments. Powell's wife died withs
in the past year and it is reported that he
has attempted the outrage, which Minnie
charges against him, with others of his
Feeling is running high in Drury town
ship over the case.
AN EPISODE AT LK CLAIRE.
Joseph Twiesel. of LeClaire. was ar
rested Saturday for an attempted crimi
nal assault, the victim being Suella Roads,
a 15-year-old girl. He was taken at once
before 'Squire Edwards, of LeClaire, and
bound over in the sum of $500 to await
the action of the grand jury. Twiesel
wa9 placed in an iron cage supposed to
be water-tight, for safe keeping until Le
could he lodged in the county jail. When
the officer went to take him out Sunday
morning he wasn't there, nor has he been
found since. The grand jury will look
into the matter and he will probably have
an indictment hanging over him in case
he should ever come back.
Twiesel is the fellow who, about a year
ago, while prowling around a lumber ysrd
in tieClaire, at night, was shot in the ab
domen by a watchman, the cas being
fully reported in this paper at the time.
It was devoutly hoped by the law abiding
people of the community that the wound
would prove fatal, but in a short time Joe
was back ploying cards in his usual
haunts, being seemingly bulletproof.
Go north, young man, go north and
freeze up with the country. But don't
fnrg to take a bottle of Dr. Bull s
Com eh Sruo along.
"Once upon a midnight dreary,' when
I tORsed so tad and weary, upon my bed
half msd with pain a friend brought me
a bottle of Salvation O.l. It cured me.
I needed this, and "nothing more."
The Ball Team.
At the meeting of the directors of the
Twin-City base ball team held in Moline
laU evening it was decided to send both
Manager Sage and League Director Moore
to Chicago to be present at the meeting of
the schedule committee, which meets
there today, and they both accordingly
left en a late train last night.. An en
deavor will probably be made to have the
Twin-cities open the season away from
home, as the grounds here, may not he in
shape early enough for the opening of the
season. All the other towns in the le-.gue
are making a loud roar about what
their respective clubs will do the coming
season, but the management of the local
club has refrained from making any
boasts of what the twin-cities will do.
Among the players who have been
signed by Manager Sage.however.are some
of ths best fielders and run getters that
haye been playing in our western miner
leagues, and though some of them ate
not as widely known as some of ihe o'd
timers of the other clubs they are ncostiy
ambitious young players who are desir
ous of making for themselves a reputa
tion, and that's what goes now-a-days.
Another good swift pitcher is what Mr.
Sage is looking for now, and if nothing
happens he will sign a man with w hom
he is now negotiating, who will keep a
few at least of the farmers of the other
clubs busy locating the ball. The Twin
City management is sawing wood, and
when the season opens keep jour eye on
Jacob Ross died at the home of his
brother-in-law, Thomas Bag'ey, 300
Twenty-first street, at 10 o'clock last
night of quick consumption, after an ill
ness of three months, aged 25 years. He
was born nd raised here, and leaves be
sides a widow two small children, aged
respectively four and two years.
The funeral occurs from the home of
his sister, Mrs. Bagley, to Trinity church
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Take stock in
the Columbian expose
WSfr Fts tsW
mzg? v! m
Fr ononnced HoDelen. Yt .i
From a letter written by Mrs, Ada E.
Hurd. of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was
taken with a bad cold, which settled on
my lungs, cough set in and finally termi
nated in consumption. Four doctors
gave me up, saying I could live but a
short time. I gave myself up to my
Savior, determined if I could not stay
with my friends on earth, I would meet
my absent ones above. My husband was
advised to ce: Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds. I
gave it a trial, took in all. eight bottles;
it has cured me, and thank God I am now
a well and hearty woman. Trial bottles
free at Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store,
regular tizj, 50c and f 1.
oo )D LOOKS.
Good looks Hta more than skin deep,
depending upon a healthy condition of
all the vital organs. If the liver be inac
tive, you have a bilious look, if your
stomach be disordered you have a dys
peptic look and if your kidnevs be affect
ed you have a pinched look. Secure
good health and you will h;.ve good
looks. Electric Bitters is the great al
terative and tonic acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples. bSotrhes.
boils and gives a good complexion. Sold
at Hartz &. Bahnsen's drug store, 50e per
BUCKLSN'S ARNICA f T,VH.
The best salve in the woriJ for c : s,
bruises, sores, ulcere, salt r!:euai, ferct
sores, tetter, chapped fcar.Jf., chiilr.-.s,
corns end all skin eruption?, bnd p...t
tivtly cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price. 25 cccU j.r
hox. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsan.
Its Excellent Qualities .
Commend to public approyal the Cali
fornia liquid firuit remedy Syrup of Figs.
It is pleasing to the eye, and to the taste
and by acting gently on the kidneys, liver
and bowels, it cleanses the system effect
ually, thereby promoting the health and
comfort of all who use it.
Fifty dollars will be paid for the recov
ery of the body of Leigh Johnson, and
50 for that of Fingal Hill, drowned in
the Mississippi on Saturday afternoon.
W Al.TRR JOUNSON,
Coughing leads to consuaption.
Kemp's Balsam will Btop the ccugb at
?5. ft? 1 o2rj
Morning, April 13th, at 9 O'eloek'
And will continue Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
ii. v . uui pc umpuuuu iiuuvc an uuieus iui us icai anuy ui new, uesiraDie ana stviisn spring goods at bargain prices A year aeo this week our
bi sale was the largest and most successful, in every way, m the history of the Dry Goods trade of this city. We will do our utmost to out do it
;n year. 1 he array ol bargains placed on sale Wednesday will consist of capes, jackets, curtains, draperies, henriettas dress a00ds novelties
Jamestown goods, black silks. India silks, ribbons, stamped linens, silk throws, hosiery, underwear corsets muslin underweir
towels, crash, bedspreads, sheetings, kid gloves, handkerchiefs, parasols, wash fabric' ' 1 '
AN EPITOME OF THS BARGAINS.
;ai'-ams in Wash Fabrics.
.iri!'. chaHa: biev dress j:)inis, ic a yard,
r. 'iicd taffetas tnew fabric! 20c
..ri;s seersucker inham, 5y-lc
1 ; double fold ble.ti'e suil in', Cj ,'ic
i .-luinlancll novelties, worth 1 2 ' - 4 '4 c '
ISrands in Hid Gloves.
' ; ;: ' :;h k "Kmpress." black, tans, slates, browns,
'-Si per pair. The best fc-r the money in the
' '.ir "Saxon Beauty," shades as above, for$i.25. This
V'-ar we have sold this glove and know it to be good.
1 ' "biarritz," no button or hook, black and colors,
It's very popular.
' ' ir in.ville suede, black and cole rs. The best suede
' i:e found for $1.25 per pair.
' '-'.i" glace 8-button mosquctaire at $1.50. It's an
:n;nr over the suede.
I I'. Centemeri brand is the btst in fine goods. We
'' :-j '-''v for this city, and keep them in variety.
, a - ve ue have an assortment of elbow and shoulder
S-batton mosouctairesand 4-button lengths. On
V v.-- will place on sale 1 lot 4-button black suedes
x Drives in 1 1 aiul kerchiefs.
v 1 . vl . line Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs, i preach
!'( ' 1 " ' '0- scalloped edge and printed borders, at 5c each
1' .'lss trl Sncc Tn.l Triv.lT 1-'1 lirlt-'fc ino f.nr-h
J 1.1.1 li 1 1. ( II 1.111 U 11UIX Up . v . v. . .
' !o. ri-f-nt's uliite initinl hn nrll.-orrfiiffs mp kind
: on a lew weeks ago, 15c each.
Leaders in Hosiery.
P' 1 , V a( nts in this city for the "Royal Stainless
V 'i;'ck Hosiery."
22c a pr.
; '"'lUie's" Royal Stainless Fast Black I lose,
3- l.rt(i;.s- H
fyal Stainless Fast Black, - 33c
' k 1 - - 15c
b p0-" stinless boot, fancy top. - - 25c
dnrk , rack children's hose, assorted sizes, re-
irom 2Sc to - - - - iqc
v r;t black boot, fancy top,
7 Useful i?arraias in Towels,
CRASHES, SHEETINGS, ETC.
No. 1. 3,000 yards bleached muslin, - 3;4c a
" 2,2 .000 yd s 4 -4 h ea vy u n bl" d m u si i n wo r t h 6 c. a 1 5 y- c a
" 3. 40 pieces lleached crash, - - 2c a
4. 25 dozen line huck towels; - - i;c each.
5, 25 " " damask " - - - oc
" 0. 100 heavy crochet quilts. - - 84c "
7, 100 extra heavy crochet quilts, -
11 Desirable Offerings in Dress Goods.
A Mark Down in Capes and Jackets.
19c a yd.
No. 1, 20 pieces wool mixtures worth 25c for
" 2,15 pieces 92c plaids reduced to
3, 10 pieces 54m tut'fted novelties reduced to
4, 10 nieces 32m biege mixtures,
5, 20 pieces 46m henriettas. assorted shades.
6, 40 pieces 27m Jamestown suitings, regular .
price 25c, sale price, - 16c "
7. 30 pieces 36m Jamestown suitings, - 33c "
" 8, Ask to see our all wool black henriettas at 58c "
9, As! to see our all wool black imperial serges at 69c "
10, 15 pieces spring weight cheviots, - 39c "
" 1 1. 50 yard length cheviot suitings, - $3.98 each.
lOUnnreccdentccl Silk Offerings.
1,000 yards figured Indias,
Black faille francaise,
" improved corded bengaline,
" armure (heavy)
Changeable plain glace.
" striped glace.
40c a yd.
Stamped Linens, Ribbons. Silk Throw's.
A large invoice of stamped linens have just been placed
on sale at the art department, consisting of dresses, scarfs,
tray covers, doylies, covering cloths, splashers and tinted nov
elties. These are the latest designs and very desirable.
Ten cartoons all silk faille ribbon.all the good shades will
go on sale Wednesday morning at 12 cents a yard. This is a
heavy No. 16 ribbon.
One lot all silk throws, patented bolting cloth ends at 4S
$24 .")(( capes
14 9t "
$14 75 -
Our assortment of capes, blazes and reefers in lower pricol coeds i r.o?
Ladies' Furnishing Goods.
Muslin gowns, drawers, chemise, corset covers and skirts 43 cents each. Cre"l
10 dozen ladies' percale shirt waists 29 cents esch.
" ribbed vests" 7 cents each.
" " " " assorted styles. 25 cents each.
" French wove corsets, 50 cents each.
" Boston Store corsets. 50 cents each.
" summer corsets, 43 cent9 each,
best quality, warranted, 75 cents each.
Fancy Parasols and Umbrellas.
Just received three invoices of novelties in ladies', misses'
and children's parasols, consisting of striped satin, surah and
glace; also plain in black and assorted colors, shades to match
this season's silks and dress goods. Samples from the stock
are displaped in east show window. 500 silk umbrellas have
been placed on sale. Prices range from 9SC to $5 each. We
are sole agents in this city for the Robinson Patent Umbrella
Cover. Umbrellas covered while vou wait at very small
Five Great Values in Lace Curtains
Prom the Imported Lot.
No. 60625 pairs 50 inches wide, 3 yards long, 1.45 a air.
No. 61225 "60 3i $2 25
No. 62320 " 64 3J $4 98 u
No 63424 ' 60 3 $5.88
No. 62518 " 60 " 8J . $6.48 "
Sale opens Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, continues until Saturday night at 10 o'clock.
HARNED, PURSEL. & VON MAUR,
l0'. 10, 105, S. W. Cor. Second and Brady Sts., Davenport. "121, 12J Main St., Ottumwa, Iowa!