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THE AUOUa MONDAY, JANUARV 17. 1898.
mm 6L0BK SALE
Here is a c!i sweep for cne wect, begin
ning Monday a. m. The greatest an J best
offer of the year. Every Cloak must go.
ec the Sliding 'nle:
Btulnf nice 19 h..$25.eo
Monday's arle la rw.
I Teiey',tlco... .. ft. ma
. Wednesday's irUse... lO.O
ThurJi 'a prle O.OO
Mae', trice........ H.OO
I Saturday's stle loi
fv a I o tr 111 rink. Th
IS SJU3UWV jru!!!"!-1?!! rfsfj
& TODAT'3 CUOtCE 15 HIE
g Harned & Von Maur.
.?ointero and Decorator
PA7X3 TIATOTTSflL 0ALCSOSX2S. ito
StlAO 410 ?wvewtetiS atrwwM
; Most Everyone
Thai the hut aod Seals,
suriaotii of dollta Candle
are ae pi at the
Whlta Paraci of Svssts
In addition I tour tattoo. tin
ft uouii.Am and uix
BO' perked Iota aM
qmsite ft. Jlw Year
rT!, dUrStae all of
of ew)pet;tnr e siwaa
die, nrt a Mr ewa
R.mx murle Hit. etrtet! pare, SQ
Whmu. ewteWe pure, par ICq
oewa an m. ur. tti ie: in.
Bwe. per euMml . IwW
r eeir. p.,, H, iqc
Www tlmp. Mrttly fr, ff C a
ptHMal wm JW
HaMeeeMpa, atrtatly aura, JfV
And ad fenmr-auala raixtVs.
atiatilu viy pur and rra a awry
ay, at Uia aawa law pHrva.
White Palace of Sweets,
CAHPY Kit.;'. Hfca CVmIu
csr tiik bm
AU Work QaaiaatMd-
ItCI TUIRO ATE9CK
Dl.fiui im itun -
fe W rri4ml and aaly VKCITB.
(War 1 rr4.MrT Mwank
: . t rtr-, fi ii aaa ay aaaW
I (Maniaa m O.I 1. W
1 w-, MittnMin tanf auk) as 4
K.ai Uiwi la. ,
ire the most fatal et oii
r OLEVS KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED rented?
:r money refunded. Con
tnln remedies recognized
by til eminent physicians
is the best for Kidney and
ft'satar Pika op to. - $12 OO
Xfwvlay'e prle 7.
Twsla' price ,0
Wedoewtaj'. pi let. . . . 5tQ
Tlm:l f-rire ig
rrli'i nic 3.0
I Sataria)' prt 2.0
BEST. ' D0XT I'LT IT 01 F.
"SSSt . AtM,
Katfe l4 R i 4f .
A ipcll flora Toscka. Kan..
aja: A lor a i( toricecri Mi hera
103 aj 19 Dtgta taa pralimiaarj aar
ty for aa aiUstioo of tba Chicago,
Rock Itlaad Pacifii railway tram
El Itoao. la a watcrlr diraetion ta
Arapaho. the county tett of Cnter
anaaty. una-, a fluunea of 80 en Ik a.
Tat tstenslna wiJl opa a pt apcroni
tcricallaral territory, which haiao
far Lai ao railra-t faeilit. It
III rott 115.000 a or f 750 00.
Aaohr raa f.r ih a attraction
of tha road It Lha fact that Ihs
Wtchita Icdisa conntry. Jirtctty
onth ef tha prr pMed Una, will U
rfwi tut tttltr4-6t ia tba iprlojr.
and tha liaa wl.l robably at bo lata
dat b rtttndHfroa Arapaboa Into
tha atar rvaatry."
rtaato- inaa al.
Tha rt aalra la tha world frr
aata. bralsaa. toraa. aleara, talt
rhaata. far aorai. lettar, chapped
aiada, clUblaioi. rorta aad all alio
raoray rairad. It ia guaran.
MtM ia riTa priact aausuctica or
oaaj refsadad. Prie JJ caata per
on, ur a;a cy iiarti LUa-
Tor Isia&ti td.CMldit.
4 Ccckorihe H'nlk"
la tit hraadi f baa!nn b what oor
patrana awa at to tax Sojoaeabl
M an tnt trowk c whra w bava
wna tba rant oo yir abirt fronta.
eaUan, ceffa and Clrt wmUta. Wa
do tia twat wwk ta Iowa, aod aia
kwk.it4 fr yoar bcnd.a bteU wa
im Tart Am ram 1114.
Elott's Kcncriae Pills
V aa atiTigi
f aWatoof lU
arr, aoch ftenraca rViatf jtico, Faitng or
atea. Ya-thfcd Eircn, Wa VorrrTr
foam ana af TeUcca or Opium, whicB
kai M Coaaamftjoa and laaaity. iljj
aa boa y Aul; ft aosa tor SSjOO.
PWm av ... toftvt aaracr
jjyBj wVaVaawV a4Jf
Ball Fans Anxious
a Club Next Sea
KTBaCUPriOJ COXXITTESAT WOO.
. W. Maal OaT ri ta Pat VI.OOO la tha Bav
OatBttw at Karfe Iaa Will BUaa
laa naiaiy Vkraacfc 1 CoaparaMoa ia
Car.y It Varaigh-laiarJay Mlghl'a
Bock Inland jMople ara beiog in--.rriawtd
today on tha bate ba!l
propoaition. Escouragement ii b
lajr mat with oa every hatd, and
tba lodiiuona at that w will ones
mora bo afforded tha opportunity of
witnetsing the gen aloe article tihi
here at home. Saturday night
meeting at tbe Harper toue was at
tended by a number interested in
having tbe ca:erpile carried mc-
ceatioiiy tcrougn. u. a. sexton
preal led and Edward Banerafeld waa
aecretary or tbe m;etioi;. B. W.
Kent, who it fathering tbe movement
I plained the effar he had received
from tha Woitera Asiociation. He
fall ha waa coLfileat Bock
Itiand wonld give liberal sap
port to a club, tf it wat
unca propiriy started. He aaid he
could get backing for fl.OOu, and
would pat every cunt of it into the
enterprite. if $2,0)0 more would bo
ranea oy aatmcription. Those pres
ent were favorably impacssvd with
Kent'a plan, ard ail agreed to 1o
their share. S. hi. Arndt, L. G
Eddy and K D. Kr la wero thereupon
apro etcd a committee to call on cit.
iitcaend aat-erta n what they would
be wil.ing to do toward ge.tiog a
club for next aeason, &ud tncy began
their labor bright aod early thit
Lit everyone pot bl ahoolder to
the whccL The advertising which a
city reselves through a prtfcs&ional
ball club ia alone worth whatever
Utile monetary donation will have
to be roads, aay nothing of the
amusement it affjsd.
Uara'a m Chaaaa 'ta Idaal Haatc.r.
Tbe A Koi s h a personal letter
from a C.tizea who has always been
ia tha front rank among those who
have aided bare ball or any other
overtaking for tbe promotion of
tba publio welfare. After writing a
few word of encouragement for the
bate ball club enterprise, he says:
"I want more particularly to aay
that I know a man we might possibly
get lor manager. If we could get
bim, we would have a whole team in
himself. lie i admitted by all to
be the great.! base bill rata who
ever lived in any ago or any place
Probably you have heard if h:m. U
my recollection serves ma right, his
name is Adrian C. Anon, of Chicago
fat r . h a P.ik.
CapL Bjb lihtrwood, the old time
and well knows Diamond Jo line
commaader, 1 at Li home la Le
Claire this winter,, where he is
threatened with death by starvation.
There it a gradual contraction of the
Krtion of the alimentary canal that
d from hi month to hi stomach
aad tba ewallowiog of a aingle glass
of milk hat cow become a mattar of
difficulty and act to be accomplished
ia less than half an hour, the 11 a id
being taken in email sips from a tes
inoon. Capl. Itberwocd may possi
bly be relieved by an operation aln
to :me of tha wcnderfnl things tint
have been !oco of lata in that Use.
bat he i very much reduced In
weight and spirits. Twenty years
aja thrre was not a finer lvking man
oa the river than Dob Iihorwood.
Today be 1 only a shadow cf Lis f jr.
mer self, bnt he hacga to the taread
of life ttat 1 lef ; Litu with the same
determination that has alwar dis-
Taa Ilie.ry at ana Day.
August J. Bogel. the leading
njist of Snrevoport, La., says:
ur. King Aew Uiscoverv i the
only thing that cure m eongh. and
it is the beet toller I have." J. F.
Campbell, merchant ct StsfTnrJ,
An., write: "Ur. hiag i cw u-i-
covery is all that is cluimed for it;
It nevr fail, and is a sure cere for
consumption, coughs and colds. 1
cannot aay enough for its merits."
ur. King s a ew Discovery lor con
sumption, cough and coUIj I not
aa experiment. It ha been tried
for a quarter of a century, and today
tend at the head. It never disap
points. Fne trial bottle at llarU A
Uilcmoer' drug store.
A Wktta Walk.
Fcley' Kidney Carets a perfectly
reliable preparation for all kidney
aad bladder diseases. TLo propria,
tors of this great raedicne f naranUw
it or lb money refunded. Dj tfcey
not drserve a Llie mark? For sale
by T. IL Thomas.
El itbeth. N. J . O.t.19. 19:6.
Ely Bros. Desr Sirs Please ac
cept my thanks for yonr favor id the
gilt of a bottle of Cream Halm. Let
me say I have used it tor years and
eaa thoroughly recommend it for
what it claims, IX direction are fol
lowed. Toura truly,
(it ) II. W. Uatiiwat.
No alerg-aaea shou'd be without
It Cream Bala Is krp by all drug.
g t. Fall sis 50 cents. 'Trial tin
13cnta. W mall it.
Elt Bbx , t S Warren St , N. T. Qtj.
STAMPS FOR EXPOSITION.
rental AntBir.tl a. im Satjeeta tor cw.
The anthoritie of th poatoffise
department have determined upon
Ihoaubject which ahall be iliua-
uatea upon tbe new series ol post
age stamps to be issued by tha de
partment in commemoration ol the
Trans-Mississippi international expo
sition to be opened the first day of
next Jan. 1'ney are illustrative of
the conditions, progress and accom
plishments of the great west from
its aitcotery to onr own aay. The
new series comprises nine denomina
tions as follows:
One Cent The discovery of the
Mississippi river by Marquette.
Two Cent An Indian chief.
fonr cent a duubJo nanti g
Five Cent The pathfinder, being
a picture of Iremont raising the flg
on the snmmit ol tbe tucxies.
Eight Cent A train of emigrants
crossing tne plains.
Ten Cent A mining scene.
Fifty Cent .i cowboy and cattle
Dollar A harvesting scene or I
great flouring mill.
Two Djllars The Kick Island
Tbe director of the mint, who ia
nqiiied by special act of congress
to prepare commemorative or eouve
ntr medal tor this enterprise has
approved tbe subjests to be illus
trated, and artists are now prepar
ing tne aesign. ice reverse wi.i be
a group comprising a mounted la
dian spearing a buSsio. Above will
appear tbe words, ''Trans-Missis
sippi" and below the V.e 1898."
Tae obverse of tbe nudal will show
the head ia prolile of the typical
young won) in of tho Trans-M ssia
aippi region. The medals, lieu the
sumps, testify the progress of civil
ization from the beginaing of things
5J years ago to tbe best and moat
refined prodnot of the half centary.
Tbe medals are within the protection
of all the law against counterfeit
ing the coin of the government.
THE CARE OF CHILDREN.
Aatat Htmttnti, mt taa l.linola Sobool,
(pcaika ta ) City.
Rev. U. S. Nowton, financial agent
ol tbe lllinoia School of Agriculture
and Manual Trainiog for Boy. 6poke
ia uve oi tne city ehurcnes yesterday
in support of the Illinois institution
of which he is the representative.
Ia the morning Mr. Newton delivered
addresses In tho Central, Broadway
and First M. E. churches, and in the
evening nt the Memotial Christinn
ad First Baptist. Up to Msy 1 laat
the school had, during the 10 years
of its exisience. received 2.070 boy,
of which number 1,79) had been
pi iced ia desirable homes. There
tre no 2:8 boy a ia lie tchool Mr
tfowtoa will rpend a week la Rtk
li;tii in the iot'ruxt of the boys1
school. He was in Mollne last we k,
atiiote he raised 1 180.
fHE MILLIONS OF MILLE
SaCstcnilva llilaols Land Oardraa Bia
Hit. Oat rf ta V.na4.
At Barcau, III , lives Dive Miilc,
writes the tieneseo Niws biogrspher.
Hs owns most of the country up that
way, beside 3J.0J0 acres in iowa.
worth $10 an acre. Dave got f 30,000
from the government some time ago
for damages resnl.ing to his laud by
the overflowing of tbe dam at Honne
plu. Ho is 70 j ears old and a rough
and ready o d pioneer. Hij posses
sions will foot up tj rajro tbaa a
Oilihon dollais. He dresses in tLe
roegbest of ciothiugand wears heavy
p ow sheer. He set Lige, one of his
sons, up in farming in. Iowa. Tbe
ycuttg man got rattled while on his
ay to Chicsgo with a train load of
cattle. He gut off the train at Bit.
reau and proclaimed that Lo was go
ing to buy the railway and run it to
nit himself. His father came up
and Lige didn't recognizo him. tak
ing him for an uncle. He pulled a
big wad of money and offered tbe
old man several bills, aaylng: Un
cle, go and bay yourself some decent
I Oi4an Tlaaaa
People overlooked the importance o!
permanently beneficial effeot and
were satisfied with tranbient action;
bat row that it ia generally known
that Syi up of Fig will permanently
overcome habitual constipation, well
informed people will not buy other
laxatives, which act for a time, but
finally injure the system. Boy the
genuine, made by the California Fig
Btov Ta BIM Tow Woaal
Be sure you shake into yonr shoes
Allen's Voot-Eaae, a powder for tLe
feet. t keeps your feet ccol and
comfortable, prevents sweating feft.
and make your endurance ten-fold
renter. Over 100.0OJ wheel peo
peoplo are using Allen's Foot Ease.
They all praise it. Ladies, insist on
having it. It givea reat and comfort
and prevent amariing, hot, swollen,
ahlagfeet. At all druggist and
shoe store., ti cent. Sample free
by mail. Address, Allen S. Olmsted,
U ICoy, S. k.
r.ror run vrs
Mr. Window' Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothe the child, soften the gums,
aUays all pain, enres wind colic, and
is the best remedy cr diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Ton shonll know that Foley'
Honey and Tar is absolutely the best
remedy for all diseases of the threat,
then or Jang. Dealer are author,
lted lo guarantee It to Pive tatUNe.
i tioa ia all case. For sale by T. H.
He Says Prospects for Its
sage Are Very
IB A MERITORIOUS MEA8UBE.
Om Manas ef BalUTlca; the Slat atova-
aaa qaasMar. Walsh aha Baa Iilaaw
SWptaaactattv Ocettrae Is Bacaaalaa
a Strl ns Ua Tbe Spselal Bea
Representative William McEuiry
say the prospeota for the passage of
his ga biil, now before the Illinois
legislature, are poor. He says the
measure is a meritorious one, and
ehould be adopted, bat it is doomed
because it is not just to the liking of
snmo of the influential lawmaker
down at Springfield. The bill pro
vides for the levying cf a 4 per cent
tax on the gross incomes of all gas
and electric light companies in ex
cess of 150.000. The present legis
lature, at its regular session, enacted
a measure psrmitting gas companies
to consolidate and materially reduce
operating expenses. "It is reoog-
oic3d throughout the state," said
Representative McEnlry today to an
JKirs reporter, "teat in the large
citiesMhe gas and electrio light com
panies do not pay their proportion of
the state tales, for the reason that
it is difficult for an assessor to esti
mate tbe value of a largo plant. This
bill w;ich I have introduced provides
a means of getting at theso com
Stat' riaastttal Coadlttoa.
And, too, the state is in need of
more tevenne. Tbe question of rais
ing eumsent money to run tbe state
is cecoming a serious one. Illinois,
today, i in nancial straits. The
constitution practically forbids the
state making a loan without a vote
of the people. The present ax levy
opon assessed valuation of tangible
property is notsuuiolentto pay oper
ating expense, and especially will
this bo true it Gov. Tanner and his
machine keeps the extra session go
ing main longer at aa expense, at
least, to tho people of Illinois of
f 2,000 per day.
"There will be no general revenuo
oi l passed at tne extra session. It
is probable one or two rovenae bills
relating to specific subjects may be
passed, however. The legislature
was called together, in my judgment,
for tho sole and only purpose of put
ting through the senatorial appor
tionment. Since itt passage it has
been quite noticeable that many of
ice leading republicans are quite In
different about all other ruessures.
In fact it is difficult, except, per
nap, one aay in a wees: tonna
membrrs-the number requl edtytte
constitution to pnss a bin prebent."
When tho McEuiry gas bill came
a? for third reading the vote on it
passage atood 62 for and 40 sgatnst,
there being 39 absentees. Repre
sentative McEniry changed his vole
before tbe speaker announced tbe re
suit, and immediately gave notice
that he would on tbe next legislative
day move a reconsideration, a ceurse
allowable under the rales of the
house. Mr. MEoiry goes to Spring
field tonight. His billomes np agsia
Hat Eatlr If IMaappaarod.
'My wife was afflicted with intense
itching, although no pimples or
eruptions appealed on her skin. The
disease baffled all efforts to euro
until wo began the nso of Hood's
Snrcaparilla. When she had taken
this medicine a short time the trou
ble entirely disappeared." J. M.
Wyman, 733 Tan Duron street, Chi
Hood's Pills are the only pills to
take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy
and yet efficient.
Anothar Uooa Maa Uana Wrong.
H failed to ute Foley'a Kidney
Cure for hi kidoey complaint. For
sole ' by T. H. Thomas.
From Germany we get tho custom of
eelebratiug gold and silver weddings.
I VWmSCOTTS EMULSION
cure consumption? Yes and
g no. Will it cure every case? g
I No What cases will it cure g
then? Those in their earlier g
5 stages, especially in young g
people. . We make no ezag- g
A geratei claims, but we have g
g positive evidence that the g
g early use of y
ft ' Hi
I Scott's Emulsion j
i ! $
of God-liver oil with Hypo-
phosphites of Lime and Soda S
in these cases results in a 5
positive ere to 'a. large cum-
her. Ia advanced cases, how-
5 ever, where a cure Is impossi-
ble, this well-known remedy 1
S should be relied upon to pro-
long; life surprisingly. f
S 5ocaBfio,aSracgiaa. 8
SCOTT & BOWJCE, ChnaMb, New Yort 3
! - .
Farnlture, Carpets and
SPECIAL PRICES will be given commencing Mon
day, Jan. 17, and continuing until Feb. i. We are
bound to unload. Are you just going to housekeep
ing? This will be a grand opportunity for you as
well as a housekeepers. LARGE DISCOUNTS
will be allowed on everything in the store. U will be
to your advantage to call and get the prices we are
making. Remember our prices are always the lowest
and it will pay you to investigate.
W. S. HOLBROOK
105, 107 E. S)3oni Stmt,
'A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TQ
SHAVE WITH." .i
IS THE PROPER THINO
MaaaaaanUaUt.aaaathlr.ianlaUazBMdMaa. Only has
Dr. Pears Pennyroyal PIHo
Thar an aronat, aata aa aartala la naalt. Tha naata (Dr. FatTa) aarar dhaai
obit, fiaat aarwhata, tl.St, - Addiaai iBaI MaaiCHIB Oa CwTetaaia,
For sale by A. J. Relss, Druggist,
WANTED-A GIRO FOR GENERAL
buuteworfc at 80S Seoond avenue.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. Apply &90 Six
WANTED BOARDERS: DESIRABLE
rooms, centrally located, with flrst
cUisi board. Enquire at ZS01 Fifth avenue.
WANT ED SOLICITORS TO WORK ON
part Mlarf and part noniiuiiwion: exper
ience not necessary. J. C. Woods, 319 Twen
T a NTED GOODS TO STORE IN CHEAP,
ff cirr. and light itoraee rooms, witk eie
rator at IfiS P-nond arnue. ohnty Joacs.
WANTED ENG AGEMENT3 TO PLAY
f.ir dunces by J. J Hiker, who irman
tecs (taodmuaio hr Otto'a mnn. Unary Wenl
lntr. prompter. No. 7U0 Seventeanlh street;
telephone 3 on 1311.
WANTED TWO LARGE OS THREE
email rooms, fnrnlMied (or Hunt house
keeping by man and wife: no children; mud
era aonven!ence; loot ted within ix or seven
bloota C. B. & y. depot. Address J. D.
ir A NTED IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
IT su-adr and plnaaant employment at
br.ms for ons year at ') pr month, aad ean
rite good refc-enees, send your name ar.d ad
dru'n with stamp 10 A. 1, Smith A Co., Kim
bail House, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED UPRIGHT AND FAITHFUL
Kcntlemen orlnaies to travel fjr ra
SDimsibie, established house In IlliaoU. TTnnta
ly and expends I'osltlon steady. Refer
ence. Eirlose Rclf-addressed stamped envel
ope. The Dominion company, dcpirtment K.,
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
a.onaa, watebea, lowclry, hardware,
teal lnatnuuenta, Meyciea. elothla, dry
tcc4a, rornltore, eta. HIjrheM eash prloaa
paid (or aaoccd hand cooda of all kinds also.
Tho above foods (or sale at half the noaal
tore prloet. All baaineas tranaactlons strlotly
sonriTentlaL His new number and location,
u;i ocxs ma Avenue irani loroet la. 4. W.
ur.ua. j wo nngs on ihi.
fJV)R RENT A FCSNISAEO FRONT ROOM
a. at an Twentj-iirst street.
TiOS RENT A MODERN RESIDENCE IN
jl- cooo conattion at 1107 Fourth avenue.
Apply to liciiry Kioner.
TTOR KENT RESIDENCE AT S44 TWF.N.
A' tieth street. Apply at Blaek Hawk
uuuamg n Loan association, UerjHion blook.
TuKJR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
A? of SO buabels or over at S2.M per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
oraera at uommerciai house barber abef), Soea
XjlOClJD-A PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTED
A? Kpectaclea. owner may have same by
poyi&K advertising charerea. Apply at thla
FOUND-A BUNCH OF KEYS, CONTAIN
init ininc.d'itk and hou keya. Owner
tn v hve same at toil office by pay in adver-
HARD AND SOFT COAL
E. SI LAWHEAD,
Telephone 1840. 3170 Fifth Areaae
- ihapuaatdniaaaasaMbaaaW. II j.u vaat taa nt
Book Island, HL
ttwndg Mondajp Jan. 17
The CUiis' Comianj
M. H. CXJRTS, Mansger.
New Plajs. Nsw People. A strictlv
f rvt-clan eomp.oy with a wblrlwnd of
fun for yon. "Lire while yea live, for
when von are dead, yoe an da a lone
COMEDY, DRAMATIC AND SOCIETY
EVIMTS Of THE S1ASOH.
Ladles will be admitted free wbea accompanied
by one paid reavrve teat ticket.
Admlreion 10c, S9c and S?c Seat- now oa ail.
'araer Grand Opsra House,
Wednesiay, Jan. 19.
Dnder the Auspices of the Darea
The Colambns of the Century,
in his Thrillingly Illas
Doors open tt T p m Camneaehia at S
p at. Prirea si, lie aod to. Bos
drag stere, corner Third and Reott; aad
HarriaoD'a drog; store, Brady street. Dev.
en port. Ia. Saat aa befios Thar, day,
ugeno J. Durns
Real Estate t
Boy, Sell tnd-LXtsaa
property. Collect Rents.
Tho old fire aod time
tried comptnyt repro
aeatsd. Ratei t low
at any cdlabla company
ToorPolnffJCtlf foetBt. '
ao 11X9, Beesa4 At.