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THE ABCHTP, MONDAY. AfGUBT 16, 1897.
Now for Bargains at
70 Bed Room Suites, extra
DINING ROOM TABLES.
6 foot Tables,
25 10-foot "
10 0-1001 extra nne
DINING ROOM CHAIRS.
10 dozen Cane Seat, worth, per set $ 5.00 at $ 3.50
25 dozen " " "
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. We have
them swell fronts, swell fronts and ends, etc.
Incrrain carpets, a good carpet,
our price 15c. We carry over
from 15c, 18c, 25c, 35c, 40c, 45c,
mgnest graae mat is maae. 5
fjere at jfjfome
THE well known product of the CHICAGO BREW
ING COMPANY tost bee become so justly pop.
ular in building up the system. It ie concentrated
extract of seleot Malt and Hope and gives almost
miraoulous assistance to oonTalescenta, nursing
The Chicago Brewing Co's. Bottled Beer
haa alao made a reputation for ftaelf and can be or
dered from the local branoh telephone ISO.
Nineteenth St. and First Ave.
YOUR ATTENTION ...
Is rr spec-fully lovlted to the GRAND MILLINERY
Frenoh Pattern Hate and
Some surprises. Watch for
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitchell A Lynda b'ng.
value, worth $14.00 at $10.00
20.00 at 15.00
23.50 at 18.00
38.00 at 29.00
50.00 at 37.50
75.00 at 50.00
worth $ 4.50 at $ 3.00
" 6.00 at a.o
" 7.50 at 6.00
oaic.... " 10.00 at 7.50
" 16. so at 12.00
" 7.50 at 6.00
" 0.00 at 7.50
new full patterns, worth 28c.
300 rolls of different makes
52c, 55c. 58c and up to the
frame Cody Brussels from
CAN PROCURE THE
Liquid Malt Food
BYRNEO Cl CO.'G
Bonneta, Millinery Novelties.
WE SELL STACY, ADAMS fcCO'S SHOES
A GLANCE AT A SHOE
That comes from our stock
is sufficient to show that our
goods are stylish and well
made. We di not hellers in
carrying a cheap article. It
would not pay ns to sell it
it would not pay yon to
bay it Let as sell yoa one
pair of our shoes. We will
then have yon for a regular
Modern Woodmen Will Seek
to Have it Prorrptly
AID EBDIO TEE OFFICE HEBE.
OrSt r' AttorMya Wirktaz aa tha Paper
FrasaMtrr Olwtmg tha HlllllMl
Viva Oars' HoUea-llere of the Ia
aMaata at tae Kmnl a B-alcaa Tae
It zmA OBMfi.
General Attorney J. G. Johnson
and assistant counsel, William Jack
son, of the Modern Woodmen are
making ont the papers in connection
with the third master in chancery
injunction procedure preparatory to
giving the five days' notice of motion
to dissolve in the circuit court. The
in j auction is practically a repetition
of the allegations set np in the other
two injunctions, that the or
der has not held a legal
bead camp since 1890, it be
ing specifically set forth that the
original articles of association pro
vided that tbe head camp should be
composed of delegates elected by the
local camps, and that the head camp
having changeditbe law in regard to
the election of delegates without
amendirg the articles of association,
the actions of succeeding head
camps, including the order o! re.
meval were illegal.
This proceeding of the master
might reasonably be regarded as con
tempt of court after tbe position
taken by Judge Gest. and it the
court so views it the Whiteside offi
cers should be dealt with as would
anyone deiUntly and deliberately
Becking to overrule the decision of a
All is reported quiet at Fulton to
day. The head oltioera are mobt of
them there, and in charge ol the or
The wounded are all recovering,
including the town marshal, who
seconded the mayor in starting the
disturbance, but whose cowboy tac
tics were forcibly sat down upon.
but Julius Steinberger, auother of
the injared is reported to have
oaoght cold, and hid condition is
causing some alarm.
II ! Coubl Nortbeott oa the Kwav.
Lieut. Gov. W. A. Northcott, head
oonsul of the Modern Woodmen order.
was in Fulton Saturday, aud in the
eveniog came on to Rock Island,
where he lemained at the Bock Isl
and house until last evening. The
governor was proceeding home from
Nebraska wbea he learned of the
trouble, and ho hastened tc Burling
ton, and then took a train to Barstow.
He found he was too late for the
passenger train up, so he hired an
engine and proceeded with if to Ful
ton. He at once took possession of
tne nice, removing tne pretenders.
A. w. Banian and Dr. C. W. Clen
denin, of the old board tf directors,
and instructing Deputy Clerk James
McNamara to look after the ollioe
until the return of Head Clerk C. W.
Hawes. He then gave out the fol
lowing to the Associated Press
"Friday, the day of the difficulty at
ruuoo, i aitenaea a vvooamen pic
nic at Wahoo, Nob., and left Omaha
at 7:51 hat night for St. Louis. At
about 12 o'clock, while on the train,
the conductor waked me up and gave
me a telegram from Director Talbot,
of Lincoln, Neb., informing me of
the trouble at Fulton. I saw an ac
count of the aff.ir in the Chicago
papers when I reached Burlington
the next morning. I then changed
my route and came direct to Fulton,
with the purpose of looking after the
property ana affairs of the order.
inere has been a tew injunction
granted, and of coarse there will be
no attempt at removal until this in
junction has been dissolved. The
fact that Judge Gest had dissolved
the injunction the morning of the
attempted removal, and the last in
junction not issued until about 9
o'clock in the evening, the officers
had a legal right to bring the force
from Kock Island and remove the
y-MBce; anlj ibe Fulton people who bv
i . . .. - - .
iorce ana violence attempted to pre
vent tne removal were acting con
trary to law and were rioters. I
understand that the Fulton people
claim mat tne order or Judge Gest
aissoiving tne injunction should
have been filed with the circuit clerk
of Whiteoide oouoty before it took
enect, ana mat tne injunction was
in full force when the removal was
attempted. I have not examined the
legal proposition. I am very sorrv
about the trouble and very glad that
no one was fatally hart. I believe
that there will be no further trouble
of a violent kind and that tbe matter
will now await the determination of
the courts. I am here in F'ulton
simply as an official of the order to
look after the order's business, which
is now proceeding as though nothing
unusual naa uappenea.
Head Consul Northcott was joined
here by General Attorney J G. John
son and Directois A. S. Talbot, M
Qasckenbash and C. N. Smith, and
yesterdsy a conference was held at
the Rock Island house. Ia the even
ing Mr. Northcott and Gen. Beece
left for their respective homes, and
this morning tbe othir directors to
gather with Head Clerk Hawes left for
Fulton, wherrihey will remain until
the board meets in regular s-ssion
Wednesday. The move to dissolve
the special master in chancery in.
junction will be made once.
Oar. Taaatr's ataawrk.
Much surprise and indignation is
expressed in Bock Island at the re
marks made by Gov. Tanner, apropos
of Bock Island's expedition to Ful
ton. The governor's reference to
show and gusto" is absolutely
groundless. The people who went
from this city were among oar best
class of citiaens. They were un
armed except that some carried
canes, and most of these were left in
the cars in order to avoid the an
pearance of a hostile front. Beach.
ing Fulton the obstructionists there
showed fight at the outset. Mayor
Schwab at the head of the mob met
the Bock Islanders with an oath, and
those about him were armed with
clnba, rocks, coupling pins and such
other weapons as they could lay
their hands on. The Fulton people
began the riot, and despite the fact
that the Rick Islanders were un
armed they whipped the mob to a
standstill, gained what they went at.
ter. ana wouia nave gotten away
with it had the Burlington road
movea me train promptly, it was
not until the arms of another state
were sent into Illinois and the
Fnltonites were armed with them
that the Rock Islanders became help
less, ana men getting the upper
nana ine nooaiams oi noodlumvllle
in me signs oi me sheriff, mayor
and other local authorities, imposed
insults and indignities upon those
held in the cars that onlv
cowards armed with temporary ad
vantages ana autnonty would have
been guilty of. Had the Rock Island
people been released from the cars
tbey could have taken that Fulton
mob and all that it included, guns
and all, ont into the street and wiped
up tbe earth with it. But tbey
were held at bay by the use of
Iowa arms, and the governor of Illi
nois, instead of taking this outrage
up with the state of Iowa, aits off at
a distance and talks about the "show
and gusto" made by the Bock Island
ers in going to Fulton.
Two Taloc An Lemkn11.
Two things are demanded by the
Rock Islanders who went to Fulton:
One is of Gov. Tanner that he take
such steps as are necessary to re
quire the proper reparation for the
bringing of Iowa arms into Illinois,
and the other is that the C-. B. &
Q. road cause an investigation as to
the outrage committed through its
failure to move the Bock island
ers who were cooped up in cars, and
incidentally that the road look into
the conduct of its station representa
tives at Falton and Danrock for
divulging to the public company
business in communicating to the
people of Fulton tbe comiug of tbe
train and thus arousing their wrath
Despite the fact that these rail,
road representatives did their part
in defeating the objsct of tbe special,
for the furnishing of which the com
pany was paid, the Fulton people
had othtr sources of information.
They had been prepared for weeks to
become unlawful the very instant
the law failed to serve their end and
purpose. That tbey bad the advant
age of private advices from Bock Isl
and that kept them posted day by
day and minute by minute, th-re Is
no doubt. This is shown in the glv.
ing of the well understood aWrm 10
minutes before the train's arrival,
and the reception at the depot when
it arrived of the preparations at the
bridges, and information comes
now from a reliable souroe that the
mob was prepared to use dynamite
had all other means of preventing
the train's departure failed, while
the same destructive agency was to
have been used had any attempt
been made to land or get away by
Ful toa Bravary.
While some of tbe Fnltonites
showed courage and bravery, the
majority of them did not. The Bock
Islanders had no weapons, and yet
they took revolver and billies from
the belligerents repeatedly and then
were arrested for having the arms
they had seized from tbeir assail
ants A sample of the Falton spirit
was acoraea in Aia. aiaackers case.
When the fight was over and the
train was effectually tied up. Mr
Mancker desired to go op town to
get a lunch. He finally gained the
consent oi a aeputy sheriff to pro-
ceea on condition that the tin-starred
limb of the law accompany him. Mr.
diaucaer ana the rul.omte pro
ceeded to a restaurant, where re
freshments were ordered, which Mr.
Maucker paid for. Then the latter
wanted to go back to the train, but
mo uepuiy saw: un, no; Jet ua
walk abont a little The trouble is
over now, and no one will molest
yoa wbilj I am with yoa." The
alderman's suspicions were aroused.
but he thought he might as well ac-
compsny the rultonite for a short
distance, at any rate. Directl? the
pair wonnd a p at the jail building
Come in here just a moment,'
saia the altomte, -till we see who
is arrested. We will not be but a
moment, and then we will go back to
"I do not care to go in there un
less I have to." said Mr. Maucker.
"I have no business in there, and be
sides I worM nrefer to go back to
the train a
aome of yi
er in hi;
with the others
U this is settled
me in a sec
re in here "
1 the effect and
in. Tbe dep
tfter him. and
in charge said:,
he has a - revol.
.y Aid. Maucker'
j 16. Editor of
purpose of cor-j
ftlttaata. . I
DAZED AIID DUMB,
Strange Case of W. 8. Man
ning, Who Occupies a Cell
at the Police Station.
B05 OF AI IOWA BAKES.
aa Lytoc la 8rjat a Bftcat Wlta
Ilia racket T.raae laMe Oat. a rir.t
US te taa Saspieloa Taas Us Haa
a Doaae aa Bbb4-aUIuas a
The police have a strange ease in
tne person oi a middle-aged man,
who has given his name as W. S.
Manning. He was found on Second
avenue and Nineteenth street Friday
night. He dinplaved all the T mo-
tome of a man who had Indulged too
ireeiy in tntoxtoants. being helpless
ana apparently unable to articulate.
He waa bustled to headquarters and
locked up. It was noticed that his
pockets were turned inside out, and
the police naturally oonoladed that be
had been either held up or dragged
and robbed. An attempt to rouse
him and learn his story proved fruit
less. So he was allowed to slumber
Drs J. P. Cctnegys and S. B. Hall
were finally called in. and have been
treating the man since. He has
eaten scarcely anything since being
brought ti headquarters. He is
always sleepy dazed. Yesterday
he brightened somewhat. He mum
bled, but he could not be under
stood. Paper and pencil were given
him, and he wroie that his name
was W. S Manning; that his father
was a banker at Keosanqua, Iowa;
that his brother, Calvin Manning,
was cashier in the National bank at
Ottumwa. and that he had an aunt,
Mr. Mary Mason, on Perry street,
Mrs. Mason was communinated
with, and bile admitting her rela
tionship to Msnning, wculd not offer
advice as to what to do with him.
Chief Pender then telegraphed to
iuanning s orotner at uttumwa.
Tbe man at the station is abont 40
years old and fairly well dressed. It
is said that his present trouble is a
perirdical affliction, and that he has
been an inmate of an asylum.
Thief Takta Bark.
. Henry Ham mess, arrested Satur
day afternoon bv Chief Pender, was
turned over to Deputy Shtiriff Theo
ij. Acnenon. or Janesville, Wis.,
where Hammess is wanted for horse
stealing, and whiiher he has been
taken to stand trial. Hammess had
a team and boggy when arrested.
and was visiting his brother on
fourth avenue just east of Seven
teenth s'reet. Hammess has a young
wue at janesvuie. He Has served a
term in the penitentiary.
A. Johnson, of Moline, wa fined
13 and costs by Magistrate Stafford
tor riaing nis wheel without a Ian
a Aeiinsourg man with a ig, a
team of mules and a shot ran.
blocked traffio near the toil gate for
quite awhile laat night. He laid
aown in his rig and signified bis in
tention of making it warm for any.
one who disturbed him. Chief Pen
der and Officer Archer went oat and
gave him a talking to, after which
he started on his wsy peaceably.
Henry Hancq. the Fourth street sa.
loon keeper, bad several down town
young men arrested for assaulting he
ana nis wue, bat when the hour for
tbeir trial arrived this morning be
refused to appear againat then, and
they were discharged by Magistrate
Tea Bacreas-Haaet aUratr Pans.
Ex -County Attorney W. M Cham
berlin has been retained bv Conitt
Attorney Lischer to assist in the
prosecution of the murder eases in
which Mrs Behrensand Henry Bendt
are aeienaants; ana Mr. Chamber
lin's initial appearance in connection
wun tne cases win oe made at pre
liminary hearings, which it is stated
will occur this week Davenport
Tua Caa luesaa aa IS
that Foley's Colic Care is an instant
relief lor colic, summer complaint,
cholera morbus, diarrhoea, bloody
flux, chronic diarrhoea, cholera in.
fantnm, bilious colic, painters' colic
and all bowel complaints. Sold bv
mar n. i a
an. r. oaunsen ana i. u. Thomas,
To give you an opportunity of test
ing the ereat merit of Eiv'a PrMm
Balm tbe most reliable enn tnr .
tarrh and cold in the head, a gener
ous lu-cent trial sise can be had of
yonr druggist or we mail it for 10
cuius, xau size ov cents.
ELY Ba03 .
56 Warren street. New York Citv.
It is the medicine above all others
for catarrh, and is worth its weight
in gold. I can use Ely's Cream Balm
wi n aafatv anil It dnM ll k. I.
claimed for it. B. W. Sperry, Hart
Caacarets stimulate Uvwr, kidneys
and bcwels ' Never elokem, weaken
or rrina 10 nonta
rSarT nlTt''"'-'"' C"?
Mel art! M4awl I
fl PERFEOT CODE
3 'rriT-nrfiii-- 3011 WmMl?:
Wet ave ia Hack tVaa by Jota Bti
atasanU rsttst. arstsjats.
We propose to make this linen
week long reman be red by every
housekeeper in this locality. We
have secured the cream selections
from four (yes tour) of the largest
importing linen hoasae in the United
Bemember the largest stock and
lowest prices ever recorded are now
awaiting yoa at this busiest of busy
40 doxea ft-8 napkins 60e a dosen.
25 dosen 6 8 napkins 64s a doaen.
6 doxeo 5 8 napkins 72c a dozen.
40 doaeu napkine 2o a dotea.
100 doaen S 4 aapking $1 a di sen.
lvu aocen o- napkins f I zi a dos
The greatest values In napkins
yon have ever aeea. livery known
quality size and price np to 17.60
Among the zO extra values we can
meation bnt two.
1.000 yards all linen 18-inch brown
S 0 yards Stevens all linen crash,
the 7e kind, a leader for 6)0.
TOWELS AT 10C.
The following great bargains in
towels all at 10c each will attract
your attention. 60 dozen H. 8. buck
towels. 12 doaen fringed damask
towels assorted borders. 16 doxea
cbeok glass towels, extra large. 25
dozen bleached and brown bath tow
els. 8 dosen a'l linen fringed huok
towels, all 10c. all 10c.
For 6a we have 2f tnn knv
els, and 25 di zn bleached bath tow
els, all for 6s, only 6c
The high graae KNEE PANT SUITS
that have sold at 82 75. $2.80. is.OO.
W 60, 14.00. tl 25. fl.60 and 15.00. T
odd lots, and not all sizes,
Also KNEE PANTS, the 60c, 65c,
70c and 85o goods, are now
"MOTHERS' FUIESD" WAISTS in
lanndried aad unlaundried 60s and
76 waists at
No fun losing money
without a smile.
1 804 Second Avenue.
(Geo. Schneider ays:
Don't let your boy or girl go to schodl with an
old worn out pair of shoe, but go to Schneider's
and get a good pair of school shots, as
He is Offering Some Elegant
Bargains in School Shoes
Bjth for boys and girls, and with every pair
he wilt present you with a beautiful tablet.
CkNTHAL HHOK STOKk.
We Can't Please Everyone.
But we do please 86 per cent of th people who ri
us their laundry to do the needful with Ton might
be oa who Cant gat pleased leewaer. Lai ma
Qit Press- is net a Secret O.-.3.
.W only ns Soap. Water. Stareh. Maecle, Good
Machinery and Brains. Visit us when yu with.
If for any reason yoa left ac doat be ashamed to
com back again We are not proud.
ClIZ3a, Hocli L3id btcoza Lmjfl
A Linen Sensation.
Plain linen H. . Doviies. Travs
and Scarfs, four sides fancy Mexican
drawn work. Note both sizes and
Square. 12x12 inches Its
oqasrec 18sl8 laches 26
Squares. 24x24 Inches Sis
Kqaarea. tOxSil inches 47e
ttq eares, S6tS6 laches 6 to
Square. 4(x45 laches 7e
Square. 644 inches fl.tf
Marts. 18t86 inches 34
Scarfs, 18x64 inches 47o
Scarfs. 18x72 laches 6Se
Trayc 18x27 inches 26
6 pieces half blc damask 22e.
600 yards halt bl. damask 26c
Bleached and eolored border dam.
ask a- Shc.
72-inch silver ble. dsmatk 44c'
Soft bleached German damask Sic,
with napkins to match.
100 bleached pattern table clothe
any l.ngth. 82c values, this week
they will go at 7Sc a yard.
12 pieces ivory bteach-d German
damask, value 8Ha to fl. this oaee
more at 76c Napkin to match.
Also dosens of pieces of Irish aad
Scotch fine bleached damask at 76s n
yard, with napkins to match every
25 different styles In pattern table '
cloths, anv length, with napkins to
match. The most el-gant damasks
we have ever shown.
Special eoft bleached fine Irish
damasks ia beautiful patterns 2
Sards wide, any length yon want,
emembar there Is no advance duty
on a single item we have mentioned.
Forty other towel bargaias, no
room for descriptions.
so wc offer these goods
one trio, f
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