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THE AROUB, WEDNESDAY, JONE 16. 1897.
Furniture of all Kinds.
-fere at fjome
YOU CAN PROCURE THE
Liquid Malt Food
THE well known product of the CHICAGO BREW.
INQ COMPANY that has become ao justly pop.
ular In building up the system. It is a concentrated
extract ot select Malt and Hops and gives almost
miraculous assistance to
The Chicago Brewing Co'g. Bottled Beer
has also made a reputation for itself and can be or.
dered from the local branch telephone 1306.
Nineteenth St and First Ave.
YOUR ATTENTION ...
It respectfully Invited to the GRAND MILLINERY
Frenoh Pattern Hats and
Borne surprises. Watch for
Foe th Following Sale
and tollable Companies -jw
Tradara Ina, Co.. ..Chtcaca
- Frorld.oca WaahlataaIu.Co.,ProTld.noa
lapariallaa Co, Locdoa
Calaadeelaa las. Oa. Xdlntrarth
Sag lUa-AaMricaa In. Co.,
UTUpoai and Konralk
Paste las. Co. fork
Base Snul taa. CO Ban Pnnciaco
Office Room SO Mitchell & Lynde's
1 Block. Telephone No. 1030.
Siding, lloorUf . WautNoatlaf
18th street, hs. 4tk m4 tt avsaaaa
BYRNES & CO.'G
Bonnets, Milliner Novelties.
Often occasion distress
' at the instep, but that is not be
cause the shoes are simply low
they are not made right. The
low ahoes we have on sale are
made to fit as snugly as a well
made glove. Ton get the benefit
of a cooler shoe with none of the
discomforts of a shaky one.
307 Twentieth Street
BY TANNER'S KNIFE
Insane Hospital Appropriation
THE AXOUIT LEFT THE TXtTSTEES.
atafaty Borach to CoapM taa Bandtaffi
Eaefc iNi-Th lira Oaaa-Piaa
f OtoMtac of taa Sawfraaaa taa
Rock Island engineered through the
legislature a bill providing for $360,-
wv iof me nospitai lor the insane at
bock island, nut a republican gov
ernor has trimmed the amount
down with the knife the people of
. . . . . . . -
me state gave mm last iaii. uov.
Tanner has vetoed the items in the
asylum bill making appropriations
for the new wards. This leaves the
trustees with f 98.000 to spend this
year and $185,000 for next year.
president Gould informs the Mo
line Dispatch that with $98,000 the
present buildings can be completed
and maintained to the end ot the
year. The completion involves the
inside lurnlshine as there is not
much of the buildings now but walls
the roofing of the wing that was
not roofed last year and its comple
tion, the construction of the steam
heating and electric lighting plants
and of the sewer to the river. The
appropriation will aho construct a
residence for the superintendent.
In fact it will do all that is necessary
to make the present buildings ready
for occupanoy. Next year another
ward can be erected from the appro
priation ana me nospitai maintained
me entire vear, or till Jul v. 1999,
It is intended to raise on the farm
the vegetables and fruits that will be
used in the hosp-'tal, and to this end
extensive fruit and vegetable gardens
will be needed. The farm is let this
year to Dan McNeal and he has a
sufficiently large garden to supply
tbe needs till another crop - can be
Taklor Cara of th towage,
Supt. Taylor of the asylum claims
to have solved the question of the
disposition of the sewage of the in
stitution, which it had been feared
would pollute the waters of the Mis
sissippi, entering so close to a center
oi population as contained in the
4k 1 - a. m
turns ciues. ur. lay lor says none
of the sewage will reach the river
tbat be will dispose of it right on
the farm which will be worked in
connection with the asylam. His
plan is to rnn all the sewage to a
sort of trap or catch basin, where the
solid matter will be held, and from
tbis the water will be drained
through tile in different directions
about the farm, being allowed to run
into tne ground. The trap or catch
basin is to be so constructed that the
solid matter will be perfectly drv.
and will be used for fertilizer on the
rarm. ibis is the plan credited to
Dr. Taylor by a Moline paper.
ine regular local packets were in
and ontot port.
ine water is stationary at 5.80
the temperature 90.
The W. J. Yonng. Jr.,
with two excursion barges.
The George M. Waters took the
W. J. Young's trip from Muscatine
The masters of the Winona and Jo
Long are on trial before Inspectors
Nimrlck and Napp at Dabuque, for
colliding near Clinton one day last
week. Each of the csptains charges
vuo oiaer wun me onense,
The Dan Thayer, commanded bv
capt. Abe Mitchell, came down ves
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ictuay wun naix oi a monster lam
ner rait. The whole raft, half of
which was left at Dubuque, consisted
oi 7,500,000 feet. The other half is
destined lor St. Louis, to which
point it will be taken from hore by
Batwaaa Seed flaw and Haraaat
is a gooa opportunity to enquire
auuui larmmg innas in south Da
kota, only one day's ride from Chi
cago. Bountiful crops of wheat
corn, barley and flax reward tie
tiller of the soil. As a stock and
dairy country South Dakota leads all
the world. First class farm lands
with nearby markets can now be
bought for from $10, $12. $15. and
upwards, per acre, and this is the
time to invest. For further particu
lars write to George H. Ileafford,
general passenger agent, Chicago.
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, Old
w. .... . -
isoiony Bunding, unicago.
Com Sterna Laylaf ,
The corner atone of McKinlev
chapel will be laid Sunday, June 27.
lhe principal address will be made
dv uev. c . Tavlor. of the First
Baptist church. The ministers of
the three cities will be invited by
Rev. Washington to participate in
the services. Seating accommoda
tion will be provided and protected
irom me sun, n it nappena to shine.
ut a canvas, ine as v win do one
of great rejoicing among the colored
Baptists, who nave reason to feel
proud of the new house of worship
wiuca mey are erecting.
Mrnat TUMI raauas'
overcomes us when inferior prepare-
uuoa are recommenaea oy unscrnpu-
ma uirs as "lust as Pooa as r n-
leey's Honey and Tar Cough Syrup,"
waeu we anow tne anequaiiea merits
at imi great meoicine. sold by M.
F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas, drntr-
"or oar riRr loan
Mrs. ninslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teethinc - It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cores wind colic, and
in tne nest remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
POLICE 8TATION SQUIBS.
m WaaaJafton aad Hla yoraa Maaleal Ia
A colored hobo who registered ai
Abe Washington was given lodging
nt police headquarters last night.
He is the possessor of a novel ran-
sical instrument, and this morning
played a few tnnes for the coppers.
which sent them into ecstacies of de
light. The affair consisted of a
broomstick with a peach can nailed
oa to one end, and a dipper on the
other. The tinware waa connected
up by a string, which Abe picked,
and kept time to pieces which he
would rattle off on a harmonica.
Abe didn't hate any musio with him.
but bis memory was in good condi
tion, and he made a stagger at any
thing which would be mentioned.
He played "The Irish Washerwoman"
for the special benefit of Sergeant
Archer, whose thoughts were turned
back to the happy days he spent in
Wilton by the familiar tune.
Uhlel fender is lcoking about for a
Summer helmet with wnich to fit out
the men on the day force.
Jack Callahan, a hobo, was ar
rested at the Peoria depot by Officer
nyan yesterday afternoon, tie was
drunk, and today was released, and
instructed to vamose from these
William Bhehan and Ed Collins,
two boys, were picked bv Officer
Raman at the Bock Island depot last
nig. Collins answered the descrip
tion of Dan McLaughlin, a lad who
ran away from Spring Valley, and
whom the police here have been noti
fied to look out for. The boys, who
said they were from La Salle, gave
a pretty 'good account of themselves
at the station and were let go.
joe vvnson, a tonring umoreiia
mender, was taken in by Officer Ha
inan last night for being drunk and
PROGRESS OF H REVIVAL.
Contlnaaa "otwtthataadlag th
The interest in the Ojtrom-Hillis
meetings continues to grow in spite
of the continued heat. Meetings are
held in some part of the city almost
every nour oi me oay. At an early
honr this morning many homes and
many places of business became
scenes of religions worship. At
the opening honr of the teachers' in
stitute Messrs. Ostrom and Hillis
conducted a devotions,! service, Mr.
ustrom speaking with his accus
tomed power and adaptability to tbe
instructors of the young. Meetings
nave oeen neid in aeverai oi the f ao
tories at the noon hour, where an in
terest is being manliest by the at
tendance of hundreds of laboring
men. ai z:io in me aiternoon a
meeting exclusively for ladies was
held in the leotnre room of the Me
morial Christian church, and at 3 a
general meeting was held in the
same building. A growing interest
in Mr. Ostrom's afternoon addresses
on the Holy Spirit has been 'manifest
by the increased attendance at that
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At o:ou last nignt an open air
meeting was held at Garnsey square
and other points in that section of
the city, conducted by some of the
resident ministers and their helpers.
The busy day of religious work cul.
minaied in tbe evening service at
the rink, when Mr. Ostrom, appar
ently nnwearied by his continuous
labors, was at his best. His address
of last evening on "Help the Skep.
t:c, was listened to with deep inter
est by a large congregation, and at
its close a large number expressed
meir Determination to accept Christ.
In addition to the regular afternoon
and evening service tomorrow at the
Christian church and rink. Mr. Os
trom will again address the children
at 4.15 p. m. All children are in
a business man is not the most
patient creature in the world. He
cannot wait to hear any long-drawn-
out etory oi tne cause oi bis ailment.
He doesn't care two straws abont a
fine spun theory of how he should
treat himself. He may be predis
posed to scroiuia. or consumption.
Trat," he will tell yon "has noth
ing to do with the case." He wants
to be well. If he can be cured write
out a prescription and send in your
bill. So. here's the first part of the
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery is a microbe hunter and killer.
Many persons of scrofulous blood.
encourage the breaking out of un
sightly sores, te prevent the disease
going to the lungs. There is no need
oi this state of dread and discom
tort. Purify the blood. It can be
done. "Golden Medical Discovery
wiu cure 98 per cent of of all con
sumptive cases, also of all lingering
utoocuai, tnroat and lung diseases.
Lambart Altar lutnr.
Billy Lambert, tha w.ntnr nf Tnaa.
day evening's fight, called at The
Altars office today to iasne a chal
lenge to Eddie Santry. whom he
agrees to stop in 10 rounds with
small gloves or forfeit $100. San
try's answer to such a proposition is
now awaited. Lambert leaves to
night for Iowa City to meet Julian
Mara in a match for $250 a side.
Beaver Dam. O., Aug. 27, 1895.
My daughter, after kiii- trund
by four doctors, and being given np
for lost, a neighbor raenm mended
Foley'a Kidney Cure. Today ahe is
able to walk several miles without
fatigue. I feel we would have lost
her if it waa not for your medicine.
Respectfully, Mks. J. M. Bah-kt.
Bold bT M. F. Bahnaan and T. H
Over 4.800 marriaoe.
EnInd weekly. -
BOTH SENT HIGHER
Judges Bigelow and Glenn
WHI03 LEAVES UB AS BEFORE.
Added honors have already come
to one of the judges of the new
Fourteenth judicial circuit, and like
wise to a former and long-time
jurist of the district in which Bock
island was;iormeriy included, judges
Hiram Bigelow, of Galva, and John
J. Glenn, of Monmouth, have been
assigned by the supreme court to
the appellate bench, the latter to the
Third or Springfield district in place
of Judge George w. rieasants,
of this city, retired, and the
former to the Fourth or Mount
Vernon distriot. Judge Bigelow has
served two years in this circuit and
was one of the judges elected in the
newly apportioned Fourteenth dis
trict, becoming therefore, the senior
in the district, Judges-elect Gest and
Bam say both being new men. His
former associate. Judge Glenn, of
Warren county, elected in the new
Ninth district, likewise goes to the
The fact that a judge was to be
taken from this cirouit anyway, ex
poses the insincerity of the fight
made by the Gest men in the reoent
contest against Jndge Pleasants.when
the argument of an overburdened
docket and the desirability of
jndge who would not be obliged to
devote himself to the higher dnties
on the appellate bench, was raised
in favor of Judge Pleasants' retira
ment. The position thus assumed
had its weight in advancing the
heme jndge theory, but it has come
about that we are just where we
were before. While the new distriot
is more compact than the old one,
there will doubtless be just as much
to do, and two judges will find that
it takes abont as much time to get
over it as it did before, and Judges
Gest and Bamssy will be obliged to
accommodate the terms of conrt in
the different counties when they are
in session, as Judges Glenn and
Smith, and afterward Judges Glenn
and Bigelow, have been required to
in tne past.
Judge Bigelow goes to the south
ern portion of the state, the least de
sirable post in the appellate service
for a jurist residing in the central
portion, and will probably find little
time to devote to the routine of cir
The friends here of both the dis
tinguished judges, Bigelow and
Glenn, will, however, rejoice in tbe
honors mat have bjen bestowed
upon them, and extend congratula
tlons on tho same.
Badaeed Bataa Via taa Rook IaUtaSBaata,
In addition to the regular summer
rates, the c, B. I. & P. will sell
tickets for special meetings as fol
lows: June 29 to July S, account
T. P. S. C. E , to San Francisco. $24;
bait L,ate, xzp; Denver. Colorado
Springs or Paeblo, $12 50; Council
Bluffs or Kansas City, $7.60. Return
at correspondingly low rates until
Aug. 15. July 4 and 6, account an
nual meeting of Elks to Minneapolis,
and return, at one fare plus 60 cents;
July 3, 4 and 6, account N. E. A., to
Milwaukee and return, one fare
One fare for the round trip to the
iouowing: July , 9, 1 and is,
Trans-Mississippi congress and Utah
luouee. at Salt L,ke Jlty; June 20,
si and 22. Confederate reunion at
Nashville; July 12 and 13, National
Republican league at Detroit; Jnly
IS, 14 and 15, Epworth league at
i or on to; juiy is, 14 and 15, H. r. r.
U. at Chattanooga.
For fall particulars of above see
your nearest C, R. L & P. ticket
agent, or address John Sebastian,
li. r. A.. Chicago, or L. M. Allen, G.
P. A., Davenport.
. When bilious or costive eat a Cas-
oaret, candy cathartic cure guar an'
teed. 10 cents. 25 cents.
Wc call them little men and
little women, but they are
neither They have ideas and
ways all their own. Fortu
nately they scon pc rornc fond
of cod-liver oil, when it it
given to them in the form of
SCOTT'S EMULSION. This
is the most valuable remedy in
existence for ail the wasting
diseases of early iiie. The
poorly nourished, scrofulous
child; the thin, weak, fretting
child; the young child who
does not grow; afl take Scott's
Emulsion without force or
bribe. It seems as if they knew
that this meant nourishment
and growth for bones muscles
Book a.ng mass slrtttit 6 irss.
It wont pay to try a sot
Scott's Fmclaion with the
Tbry will icltih fbc fcal thing.
.For sale at 50c and )Ut0, fry a
SCOTT A SOWKE. Mew Tarfc.
Oa aff Ska fiaitsiatn PlaSiIss attsts
to Saiae la the Inaai aaadlaaa Caar
at Moaat Tanac-Baawi Taa are Wan
nawwi. itn I ell"- . .-wi
Monday, the first day of our June Clearing Sale, brought
us wonderful returns. The balance of this week we expect
to be busier than ever. Such bargains as we are quoting
cannot fail to bring that result. The following samples are
only a few of the many.
Summer Wash Dress Goods.
Lot 1 Corded Lawns and -Dimi
ties, all new colorings, valuea 9c, for
So a yard.
Lot J wnite Dotted svrisa. 5
pieces in all. until sold. 6e a yard.
Lot 3 SO pieces extra fine 18c
quality ot White Dotted Swis s, llo
Lot 4 1. 000 yards fancy Jaconats,
Lappet stripes, and Organdies, sol
worth deubie the price, they go at
10c a yard.
Lot e rare linen Imported Bilk
Striped Batiste, worth S8o a yard.
imported Colored Swiss, delicate em
broidered ground work, value 27)0,
cnotce oi all, I6e a yard.
500 Wash Goods Remnants.
JUST HALF PRICE.
One to 12-yard lengths, abort ends
of this season's newest Wash Goods,
already marked at special remnant
S rices, bnt for one week, choice at
all price, remember.
One-halt off the Market Price.
awttaa " " ....... lt i i i n i ru HULK.
1790, 1722, 1724. 1726, and 1728 Second Avenaa.
Right and Wrong
There's a right to economize and a wrong way toe
If yon have but little money at yonr disposal yon
should spend it where yon will reap the greatest
benefit When yon bny a suit of clothes yon want
the best quality and style which can be had for the
amount ot money yon have to spend.
In black and gray clay worsted bine serge gnaraa.
teed every thread wool which we have proved by
the absolute test of boiling ingchemioals. It has
taken hard thinking and planning to make snch
suits as these. They are suits to judge this clothing
store by the clothing
that a hundred per cent
by a sheep.
Our high grade Junior
15.25, $5, all go at $4.35.
Wash Suits, deep
1804 Second Avenue.
I'lK HAVE 400 PAIRS OF WOMEN'S FINE
" Oxfords all small sines from 2) to 6,
ranging in price from $1 a pair to $3. Wa
have placed these on sale at t9o a pair until
m . . . ............ n i-ifLrLitirii-Lan-ajiinA ruij
CS3TBAL KHOK ROBS,
We Can't Please
Bnt we do please 6 per
us their laundry to do the needfal with. Ton might
ba.oM who can't get pleased elsewhere. Let as
Cr Prcccn b f.'ct a Secret 0n3.
We only use Soap, Water. Starch, Mascls, Good
Machinery and Brains. Visit ms when yon wish.
If for any reason yon left ns, dont be athsmti tw
come back again We are not proud.
62o shirt waists, new line a effects,
Jnne sale 99c
7e shirt waists of Percales sad
Lawns, new pointed yoke, detachable
collars, Jnne sale, 37c
Shirt waists of new lawns, etc,
values op to $1 Jnne sale 46c
Ribbons at Half.
Lot 1 300 pieces to choose from,
in plain taffetas, moires, Roman
stripe, ehecks and plaids, in all tha
latest colorings and weaves la rib.
bone, worth S8o, 42c, 45c, 60c a yard,
choice at 25c
Lot 2 Wonderful shewing of mo
ires and plain taffetas and satin rib
bons, also many choice and fancy
stripes and brocades worth from 25o
to 33c, choloe 19a yard.
Ribbon Neck Bows Uade Free.
Ten pieces wool flannels at 10c
Fifteen pieces French baby flannels
delicate colorings in figured stripes,
value 60c for 25o yard.
store where all wool i
of the fabric was once worn
suits were $6, $5.60,
sailor collar, 39c
AND DUCK OXFORDS.
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1712 SEOOHD ATXatJl
cent of the people whs