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THE AEGUO, WEDNE8DAY. AUGUST
4 1897. n
Now for Barfiains at
70 Bed Room Suites, extra
DINING ROOM TABLES.
6 foot Tables,
DINING ROOM CHAIRS.
10 aozen tane seat, worm, per set $ 5-oo at $ 3.50
10 dozen 7.50 at 6.00
25 dozen " " " " 9.00 at 7.50
15 dozen " " " " 10.00 at 8.00
20 dozen Quartered Oak Polished, Box Seat 18.00 at 12.00
Of all grades and styles too numerous to mention,
them swell fronts, swell fronts and ends, etc.
Ingrain carpets, a good carpet,
our price 15c. We carry over
from 15c, 18c, 25c, 35c, 40c, 45c,
nignest grade that is made. 5
Here at fjome
THK well known product of the CHICAGO BREW.
' 1 1NQ COMPANY that has btoomi m justly pop.
alar In building up the system. It it a conoentrated
extraotof seleot Malt and Hops and gives almost
miraculous assistance to convalescents, nursing
The Chicago Brewlnrr Co's. Bottled Beer
has also made a reputation lor Itself and can be or
dered from the local braneh telephone IBM.
S. PELLS, muw
Nineteenth St and First Ave.
YOUR ATTENTION . . .
la respectfully Invited to the GRAND MILLINERY
Frenoh Fatten HaU and
Some surprises. Watch for
Insurance and Loans.
Boom e. Mitchell Lynde b'ns;.
value, worth $14.00 at $10.00
20.00 at 15.00
23.50 at 18x0
38.00 at 29.00
50.00 at 37.50
75.00 at 50.00
worth $ 4.50 at $ 3.00
" 6.00 at 4.50
" 7.50 at 6.00
oaic.... 10.00 at 7.50
.... 16.50 at 12.00
new full patterns, worth 28c.
300 rolls of different makes
52c, 55c. 58c and up to the
trame Body Brussels from
CAN PROCURE THE
Liquid Malt Food
DYnrJEQ Cl CO.'G
Bonnets, Millinery Novelties.
WE SELL STACY, ADAMS & CO'S SHOES
A GLANCE AT A SHOE
That comes from onr stock
is sufficient to show that our
goods are stylish and well
made. We do not believe ia
carrying a cheap article. It '
would art pay as to sell it
It would not pay you to
boy it Let ns sell you one
pair of onr shoes. We will
then here you for a regular
TEST IT TOMORROW
8econd Injunction in Fulton's
JUDGE BTGELOW TO HEAX IT.
Stanly tk UMt
SM a m
The second of those cheap injunc
tions which the master in chancery
of Whiteside ' eoanty seems ever
ready to place in the bands of the
cheap people of Fulton to aid them
in retaining possession of other peo
ple's property will be pnt upon its
merit before Judge Bigelow at Cam
bridge tomorrow on the motion of
the Modern Woodmen of America to
dissolve. It is hoped that when it is
disposed of .the other pending one will
likewise receive its fate, as (he last
is intended to offset the effect of the
first should it prove unfavorable to
the obstructionists and their oblig
ing master. The weakness of the
position occupied by the t ulton peo
pie has not failed to impress all who
have followed their course, and in
most sections of Whiteside county,
outside of the narrow circumference
of Fulton, the people are becoming
weary 01 ana aiegustea witb tne
course pursued. It is natural such
should be the case. The exercise of
the Whiteside county courts to such
ends ana means is giving them any
imog out a reputation to be proud
of, and the longer the attempt is
aept op. wnicn is designed entirely
to work injuri to the vVoodmen or.
der, the more, if countenanced, it
will act as a boomerang, not only on
the narrow headed little coterie in
Fulton, but upon the entire county
and all directly or indirectly re
sponsible lor the proceedings.
r alias's Iaooaalata liar-
Fulton's position has been one of
inconsistency from the first. Al
though declaring that as far back as
the Madison head camp proceedings
they were illegal, she nevertheless
went there and submitted her case
in common with Rock Island, Peoria.
Jacksonville and other cities; was
willing to weigh her merits with
other competitors and abide by the
results naa iney been favorable to
htr. But as soon as she was de-
lea ed, as soon as the head camp
declared its preference for another,
she again fell back on her favorite
injunction. When the measures
were pushed in the Illinois leeisla
ture last May, after the supreme
court decision, to provide the relief
for the Woodmen through the
remedy implied in the court's rul
ing, Fulton acknowledged the force
01 tne contemplated legislation
by having her representatives at
Kpringueid to energenosllv oppose it.
.Defeated again, she followed the case
to Dubuque and acknowledged the
authority of the body which assem
bled there by seeking to prevent its
availing itself of the action taken at
Springfield, and by going before it
witn attempts to smirch the charao
ter of the head officers. Again fail
ing, she resorts to cheap injunc
tions furnished by a master in chan
oery, the aim of which is no longer
one of manly defense, but of petty
spite, the gratification of a motive to
hinder the order from carrying out
its purpose to move out of Fulton.
Surely the machinery rf the courts
cannot oe mucn longer used in any
portion of Illinois to carry out such
outrageously unjust ends.
Larae tarn II lum
Some large hail stones must have
fallen in Hawkevadnm lust nioht
The Bock Island's No. 16 passenger
inus, uua uera irom tne west at
10:40, came in about a half hour late
all shot to pieces," as the saying
guea. a ooupie 01 me coaones ap-
pearcu mm suoagn tney naa passed
through a battle field" where bullets
were flying thiok and were trying to
tee now many couia be Stopped.
But the train crew say it was only an
uruiusrj igvt nan storm, t. A.
Stone was eondnetnr nf tha tr.u
He aava tha rain hocran t f.ll
they reached Drakeville. It came
flKBBaBi 1 ea. a, sera.
uuwu in wnsBM. J oe ice oau
course followed. I, is not claimed
that the atones were ad laro-a M.
but that they would hold their own
alongside a healthy plum, the peo
ple on the train who had
enough to investigate will swear to
. i ... & 1 . .
uu a bsbub vi sua gooa BOOKS. And
they were delivered swifter than us-
nat I KwaWm QQ L. - J
Tired rjeonle are tired hntanu
thev have exhausted their atrancrtli
The only way for them to get strong
w mi c prupwr iuuu.
But aatins ia nnt all Ktanfc
comes from food, after digestion
ia uui easy wim onaier uigeative
People who fi-et toa tirad Aim
Lite ie strength. Food ia the maker
01 strength. Food is not food until
it ia diffaatad-
Tfred. pale, thin, exhausted, sick
uacrei 1 rum maigesiion, ens be
cured by the nse of Shaker Digestive
It will ravlra thair anaoc
refresh and invigorate them, create
strength, au by helping their atom.
. Mt - t .
Bona 10 unt uair iooa.
It aide nature, and thla la tka kat
of it It given immediate relief and.
witn perseverance, permanently
Sold bvdruralsta. Trial bottles
a . - ' "
Caeoarets sttmaJste liver, kldmeva
Ha ooweia . never atenwa,
or gripe; lOeeate
MAYOR MEDILL'8 VIEW8.
C vsnlUn wCttr
City Government, published at
New Tork. has been agitation? a
movement with a view to holding a
national convention of mayors and
aldermen to discuss municipal ques
tions and interchange ideas. The
views 01 prominent city executives
have been published. Here is what
Mayor Medill says:
Editor City Government: In an
swer to your favor relative to the
proposition to arrange for a national
conference of mayors and council
man, l would say that I can see
wherein a conference of such a na
ture would be productive of much
good. An exchange of ideas by those
actually engaged in conducting mo-
uicipai a a airs wuoiv aeem iar more
practical than information gleaned
from parties or leagues, whose views
are entirely theoretical. I would
suggest Chicago as a central place
for meeting, and September as a con
venient and desirable time to meet.
Thomas J. Medill, Jr., Mayor."
NEW TEACH ER8 ELECTED.
K. Hani so Be laatraotar r wthvasat-
to at tna Bleb Sanaa.
A speoial meeting of the board of
education was held last evening.
wnen c. maui vtas unanimously
elected to fill the chair of mathemat
ics at the Bock Island High school.
There were several other applicants,
out air. asaui's credentials were es
pecially strong. He is a graduate of
the university of Michigan, is SO
years of age. and was for two years
instructor in mathematics at the
Flint, Mich , Il'gh school, and later
occupied the same position at the
Ann aroor uign school.
The beard also awarded the con
tract for furnishing seats for build.
ing Mo. S, to the United States
Sobool Furniture company at 2.10 a
Library Basra Dolat.
The monthly meeting of the direc
tors of the Bock Island public library
was held last evening. The presi
dent being absent, Lonis Kohn was
chosen president pro tern, and C. K
Mixter was elected to serve as secre
tary in the absence of Mr. Welch.
Only routine business was disposed
of. The report of Miss Ellen Gale,
the librarian, showing the fines col-
icoiea to nave neen as.oo and the
circulation for the month as follows,
was read and filed:
Philosophy and religion 21
social science 10
Science and useful arts au
line arts t
General literature 156
foe try 44
Juvenile literature 70S
History and travel 136
The following bills were allowed
Mitchell & Lynde tW 33
Library Bureau 13 00
Bijou News Depot 20 00
J. W. Stewart 20
Kramer, HleuerA Co 6 25
B Frank Brown 1 or
KookHland Union A 20
People's Power company 22 65
The Saturn brought down 24
strings of lumber and the B. Her
The stage of water at the Bock Isl-
i . . .
ana Driage at noon was o no ana stS'
tionerv: the temrwtratnrA RO.
- The Mac, Satellite, Jo Long, Verne
owbiu, inline uaaaie ana uen. Bar
nard, came down; boats up, the
Buth, Winona, Mao, Jo Long and
Capt. W. A. Blair, of the steamer
W. J. Tonne Jr.. has returned from
a trip to St. Louis, taken for the
purpose of having a look at the for
mer excursion ooat carrier, now in
the short line trada nnt nf Rt I-nnl
He comes home with the enthusiastic
report on what she is doing. She
has mora bnaineaa than anv hnat In
this part of the country, according
u uis statement, ana is sure oi
good long season.
Mayor Medill has a circular from
the manager of the Mannfactnrara'
Exposition company, which will hold
an exhibit of home manufactured
products at the Studebaker bnildino-.
Chicsgo, for one month beginning
oept. i. ine manuiaciurers oi Book
Island are invited to send exhibits.
The affair promises to be one of the
most successful of its kind ever held
in this part of the eountrv. and tna
people of all cities in the state are
asaeu to interest tnemseives mat all
home products might be properly
Before deciding- noon which achnnl
so atiena next winter, ll you at
tend Augustana Business college yon
are entitled tn anv atndv in th w.l.
. j j
lege, preparatory er normal depart-
msuta wuaout extra enarge. sup
pose von wish to atndv German, hia.
tory, natural science, mathematics or
drawing; it won't cost yon anything
extra.- If yon attend Augustana Bus
iness college you are in fact attend
ing college. Ton have free access to
any of the societies, to the library, to
the mnsenm. and to the ranaulnn
Ton come in contact with upward of
600 students from all over the United
States. When you graduate you
become a member of the Alumni as-
aoetauoa oi a large and powerf ' j..
stltution. Compared wlt BBy" .
StitUtlon West Of Ch'oaim t ".
standing, you will find tne terinV of
wwiwKsiBOBgus most reason
able. Clrcnlara fraav aM.. n-
?01Wu A"-ni,to Ug. Boei
TOO Onrht to know that ,-
faring from any kidney trouble that
a Safe, anra raman'w la Fn1V
Cure. Guaranteed or money refnaded.
Bold by M. F. Bahnsen aadT.H.
CRALLE CAUGHT ON
Outfit of Fake PhotOfraphers
AXE BUI C0WI AT OLHT0I.
Levi F. Cralln. the livarvman. naa
been displaying considerable detec
tive Skill of lain in rnnnino dawn
an outfit of photographers who have
tricts taking views of farm houses
and family trronoa. ate. Thaaa nkn.
tographera worked the surrounding
cu unity witn nocK lsiana as a oase
of operation, nnd they contracted
a debt of anmthlno Ilka sn at
Cralle's for livery hire. That gentle
man a suspicions were aroused, and
wh(Ba dav or two alanaaH arithnnt tna
kodackers" making their customary
caua ier rigs or making remittances
ior tne nocommoaattons they had
enioved. ha mad a nn kla tnlnrf tn
hunt them up and run them down.
no traoea mem to Wiinton, pounced
upon their outfit, seised what ha
thought was sufficient to cover
his claim, and left them to their
WitS. NOW if anv of nnr nnnntrw
neighbors have said In ariv anna fnr
views and they failed to receive their
goods they will realise from this the
kind of people they were dealing
Four hobos, one of them having a
gold watoh, were arrested in the
Bock Island yards today by Offioer
Magistrate Stafford dismissed the
Cham of larean as-alnat Tmak
Ludewig. who was scnused by Dell
Peter Grampp was fined 92 and
COStS by a lurv in MatHatrat Staf.
ford's court for a breach of the pease
V f m I -m a
oompiamea oi oy Jobn suess. Mow
Suess is bains- triad fnr a almila
offense, having been arrested on a
warrant sworn out oy urampp.
The police arrested two different
canvassers mie yesteraay aiternoon
in hopes of apprehending the aneak
thief who stole the lady's pocket-
mum. in n uentai parior auring the
forenoon, but in both instances the
prisoners were able to give satjsf ac
ory prooi oi tneir innocence.
Officer Covne arrested Fred Hr
rington, a cripple, and Martin Green,
two hobos, who were fighting at Gil
Murray's saloon on Seoond avenue
last night. The pair had in their
possession a screw driver and bit.
- . .mam - - -
ana a pair oi pincners, beside a box
of thimblee and 90 cents. Thaw
were released on a promise that they
would make themselves scarce in the
John Kidd. of Patterson, N. J.,
who in alighting from a box car in
the Boek Island Tarda Mav 97 last.
fractured his rieht lev inat hina
the knee, and who has been under
treatment at St. Anthony's hospital
ever since, will be obiis-ed tn inhmit
to the amputation of the limb, which
nas reiusea to neal, despite the ef
forts of Drs. G. G. Craig, C. Bern-
hard! and C. C. Carter, wkn kawa
employed every means known to sur
gery in hopes of saving the lacerated
member, b'ut to no avail. Tha
ation will be performed in a day or
at tha Tara-atr.
A great many people were at the
Watch Tower last evening. Basket
parties were numerous, almost every
uuisiue ana aesiraoie craaav annt ha.
ing the scene of a jolly gathering of
folks both VOUne- and old. s-atharad
about a feast of rood thino-a. Af tar tka
woodland meal, either the opera was
viBitea or tne nana conoert enjoyed,
while some taking warning from the
flashes Of liffhtnino- in tha annthaaat
hied themselves homeward, and es-'
capsa the ducking which was ad
ministered to those Who ramainxl
nntil 11 o'clock. Although it was ex.
eeedingly warm the young people
danoed, the Inn ball room baiao a
lively place nntil the gong for the
last car was sounded.
Manatrer Chamherlin. nf nk.mk..
lin Kindt, managers of the Burtia
at Davantiort- haa nnmnl.lul
bookings for the opera house for the
cuo-iug season ao iar as tne leading
attractions nra miMniMi ui i..
forwarded the list to Mr. Kindt. It
maaea up the best list of attractions
of any opera house in the west and
contain soma of tha leading
and beat actors on the stage. We
are to have a good aeason of it this
year, and there is no tniataVa ..J
we will have a aeason of theatricals
wnicn will aurpass any that we have
had of late and that is saying a nod
deal. The acenarr for tha
house ia Bearing completion.
Walt few tka rS .
Blfalo.. Anjr d . v
"? - unoice oi au unes with
privilege of lake trip in either diree-
uuaw onus icooa nu sept. ZV.
This lathe most desirable eastern
exearslon this year. For fell partic
ulars call at C. B. L P. ticket
ft Si BBS Prtakfct,; WaSST .
Death lurks in impure water. It
breeds diseases often in epidemic
The first symptom is looseness of
the bowels. These dissasea are
cheeked sy taking Foley's Colic Care.
Sold by M. r. Bahnsen and T. B.
FRESH LOTS OF THE
Stock of Dry Goods and
Have been opened up by ut. The half has not been told. Hot ausrtrrorthe
treat barxalns from the Wadworth stock have yet been mentioned. We haven t
been able to display or put on sale nany of the very best bargains at al'. Among
the other Items this week we shall ta Ale the Wadsworth Linen Collets and Caftn
for men. If yon dent buy them quick we shall simply put them in wlUi e regular
stock and can easily get two or three times the prices which we shall offer than for
this week. If yon want any. grab lively.
Collars and Cuffs.
v. " esaABjwtjrvu a, vs. KtTpt vutJ DUl nv
best CoHam ud Cult, and Sblru, tid ibsse
wv uvw uave evou tow ui liHTsal
Wakavwlat ilArk bau A la au.u It a1t
-.ww araroaj -n-f-tY tIT7 linfn WUW1, bUI
lte ftl. both aAMdliic d turn over. tUi
whs wa sni wvMisl SB w sv snFir iur
our pick K eeuts ft doxeu. You don't find
these stylet for less than ibe and sue von.
HeD'i sue to SDe 4-b1t rnfn fnr T urf in -
pair. AU of WaOsworili A Co a. 4-ply white
Cults while they laat,aaa they wen t last tony,
at 7c aad lOe a pair.
Mens Negligee Shirts.
Choiee styles of Wadsworth it Co s If adrat,
eheviot and pereale Outinir Shins, worm ftOe.
ee. T&e, until sold all go at 3We.
Now About Underwear.
Wadsworth A Co.-i winter raderwear have
been dellTerad to us. We hara plaeed tha
same on sale. When we ret barcaias we al
ways fnve barcatna. That's why your dollars
CO farthest here. .
Tjb styles men Wool and Fleeced Wiatrr
Underwear. Bhiria and drawers cheap at TSe.
you oaa buy them bow at li'.o. It u want
to wait untU winter and pay 7c all Htrtat. but
J"' that you eaa or could hare
bought this week just what you will want
2SStKWtatfrtoL1hmlf ou wm
stUl have the nrirtlee to wait and pay us T&e
for them when snow Hies If you prefer.
Alxoabi lot of mam' rib Ueeoed. silk
trimmed, pearl buttons. Vesta and Drawers,
will ba ISo when eoid weather oomes-you
eaa bay all you wast now for 12tto just half
at this always busy store. 1
25c Ladies' Ties for 10c.
a15!if"W?a,,!L?rtllCo' "ewest Ladles'
x Tiea, Bow Ties. ato.. la lilaek Satin and
Fancy Silk, values 18c and ao. ehoto at lOe
Hid. nn. 17U. nn. and 1728 Second Avenue.
The high grade KNEE PANT 8DIT8
that have sold at 92.76. 2.90. S.OO,
13.60. 14.00. 4.25. $1.60 and 15.00. TO ye
odd lota, and not all sizes, at,
Alw KNEE PANTS, the 60c, 660.
70e and 860 goods, are now
"MOTHERS' FRIEND" WAISTS In
laundried and unlaundrled 6O0 and
78o waisU at
No fun losing money
witnout a smile.
1804 Second Arenue.
If you want a good Shoe or Oxford that Is
made well and fits well, do not make a mistake
by buying a stiff machine-sewed Shoe or Ox
ford, when you can buy a hand-turned or welt
at less than you pay for the stiff machine
sewed. We are selling our Tan Shoes and Ox
fords, a!s9 sosae black ones, at greatly reduced
nBTO 5 69.
- - .... ITniJUWWW
V. uLmIbm .W- mmw . n
at half the reai Talus. "
c.,i!LW!!h.t,00 7l' V": Otic lot of "acta
Stripa Chwandlea and Sheer Visa Bausta,
and 14e quaUtiea. now 7c.
25c Organdies for uc
Additional pstteras of those fine Frenoh Or
eandtes. o a yard, and no Iwei a) tha ralua.
Use. Use. use.
deseriptloas are oa our Wash Uooda count ra
VATlt.fl MLnsvlsaav tivlb- M . . . . .
mention:- ' '
Special fresh lota of Wansworth A CoV
Unens noo yards of the famous 8 la rant I lata
Crashes coiair with a nab at 'e.
.vwvw. H. Wj HI N.
Six nieoea Wadswortha nnl hlatha aa
Damask, ea laehes wide, won't last kmc
------ . - nu . r. litVaVD BCI
Table Damask, Tia value, wui sU to this w
Warts worth 's sOrer bleeeh heavy
Five pieces fine bteaehed Table Damask SSe
quality, can't laat loac at We.
Ikpiewaa meav nne Shirtinc, nsually 8MB
bow ee. yes Se.
t yards unbleached Canton Flannel. 714a,
I.MO yards rood Miaeh Use lwrsaiaa.
pretty, at 7e.
; yards ladlffo Prints at ',e.
thisUtnerd''sflle browa Mu-su. full yard wise.
Our btlBV aUnw awill KaU Kssavtaaa. ll... aa.a.
1 11 - -1-,- . jiui
so we offer these goods f
SAS A WORD
IN YOUR EAO.