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THE ARGUB, TUESDAY.' JONE 8 1897.
r You Cannot Shut Your Eyes To the bargains that confront you if yon visit oir store. Out display rcoats are lined with Inducements In we quote gives you the products of the biggest and best factories In the country at bargains you cannot overlook. Bed Room Suits A Superb Line; Everything that Is Late. Parlor furniture In all the late creations, rock ers, tables, couches, and in fact a complete line. Drop in and look It over. You cannot see such a line of carpets three cities. Salzirjaiw ALWAYS IN THE LEAD. Corner Second Avenue and Sixteenth Street. There Are Others BUT WE LEAD - If pf ice and quality cut atvy figure with you, then cut this out and come and see us. 14 quart granite dish pans only. ftOo 17quart granite dlth pant only. 62o 14-quart granite bread raising pana 800 7 qoarl granite bread raising pans 9So No. 8 granite tea keltlci 76c No. 7 granite teakettles 70o 8-qnart granite coffee or tea pots S6o 4 quart irranite coffee or tea pots 40c 6-qaart granite coffee or ten pots 45c 4 quart granite sauce pana or preserve kettles 32c AH these goods are absolutely warranted A i mialltit No che ip trash that we want to unload at a so-called "special sale." Come In and see our line of gasoline stoves and refrigerators. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices. Compare the above prices with the cost of ordering tinware and see if we are in it. Allen . Mvers Oppowlt Hnnwr Harpm. e. R. CHAMBERLIN, a INSURANCE AGENT For the Following Safe and Reliable Companies Traders las. Od Chicago rrovldeaee Washington Ins,Co , Prorid.aos laprrtal Ins Co Ionian Celaadoalaa 1st. Co. Xdlabarta Bagllsh-laMrteaa la. Co., Uvsrpoul Mi Norwalk roe las. Cn. B Tork Home anient la;. Co , Bu Francisco Office Room SO Mitchell & Lynda's Block. Telephone No. 1030. J0HHY01K&C0, oiiml Contractors ZZOTJSS DU1XDZS3 "ffuu s!ttm kSmZmmT siding, floorlag, WaiaaanatUf 18lJ Street, tat, 4U sad Sis stum reliab'e furniture. Ths pi Ices and mattings elsewhere in the 8-quart granite milk mm srw. 6-qunrt granite sauce pana 85c 6-gall n galvanized oil or gaso line cans 45c 12-quart heavy milk pails 26c 14-quart heavy milk pails 28c 1-gallon glass oil can 19c Nickel plated tea and coffee pota at 45c, 60c. and 66c. Beautiful hand engraved, solid copper, nickel plated tea or coffee pots, at 65o 75o and 85o. & Company 121 SECOID LOW SHOES Often occasion distress at the instep, but that ia not be cause the shoes are simply low tie are not made right. The low shoes we have on aale are made to fit as tangly as a well 1 made glove. Too get the beneit of a cooler ahoe with none of the discomforts of a shaky one. DOLLY BROS. 307 Twentieth Street pV" VOTE VAS VERY LIGHT Republican Judicial Ticket is Elected. STILL HUNT FALSE ALARM. The Result in the Fourteenth District. Splendid Showing Made "by Mr. Scott in Mercer. The (till hnnt bntrahnn which nn. naninnad the runnhlinni an mnAh distress prior to the jadicial election . . - , . . rt uiu no. materialise yesterday, un the contrary, the falsity of the accu sation of inch din'hnlfoal intput eraa ahown in the lightest vote the demo crats have caat for years. There waa little or no in tarns t ahown in tha election, and the republican showing wuuiu not bits oeen wnat ic waa out for the acare which the promoters of the Gest candidacy, who were alarmed at the sight of their own a at . . . . . snaaow irom me nrsc, precipitated. Had the democrats bean Inclined tn commit such an unpardonable of. leuse vowaru repuDiicans, as to turn out en masse and Tote for thair own candidates, they might Tory readily uao won van was apparent irom the first and it was the knowledge of their own weakneai. rather than the intuition or most remotely iounaea suspicion ol intent on the Dart of their onrjonenta. that led the republicans to anticipate with fear i . i-1 . , ., . . auu ireuiuiiug uuui tne aay naa passed, anything that had the ap pearance of a dianoeition on the rinrt of the democrats to vote. ' i While the rank and file on neither side manifested the Interest in tha election that should have been shown, tne indifference on the part of repub licans was counterbalanced in part by the democrats, who responded to the appeal on the home judge the ory, no matter whom he might ba. Local pride was aroused to nm ot- tent, and it was the man from Eock isiana county who received votes in err many instances. The fact that Guy C. Scott was running like a race nurse uawn in nis own county of Mercer, gave the republicans an un easy day, and the returns show that the result of his campaign there was something remarkable a great com pliment to him, as well as a sugges tion to the 3-oornered judicial com bination made by republicans last month, that Mercer county is little, but can strike back. Mr. Scott's actual majority in his own county of Mercer was 2,180, while in the citv of Aledo. of which he is mayor, he received 691 out ot nr - i votes oast. The appended table shows the ra sr.lt of the election in Rock Island county: Rock Island. v b a I S. f - 1 s g i r 1 0 3 2: : : o : : : US 94 i 96 im 149'lS0 48 40 Ml 1H1 litt170 Kl 77! HI 83 :) t 55 SO! 44 ISO 173,144 l Mj 72 131 167 130 52 27i 44 114 13 110 45 3J 32 136 14ft 125 HI 61 1 77 116 137 IW 24 151 IB n 76 76 HX 74i 82 161 171 ISO i 1 19 Art 6K Afl 24 21 24 112 117 113 CANDIDATES. First Ward Seoond Ward, 1st.. " 3d... Third Ward, 1st .... Sd Fourth Ward, 1st .. 2d... Fifth Ward, 1st.... 2d..... Sixth Ward Seventh Ward, 1st. " 2d.. These figures show the totals in hock man a city to bae been Botsford. 654; Cartwright. 1,487 Scott, 719; Johnson. 549; Anderson, 639; Bigelow. 1,491; Gest, 1,627 Ramsay, 1,437. folia. i I I 3 2 J J B CANDIDATE! C J O 1 : a 3, J : d ? : v """ First Ward m 133118 lin 114 132 130 127 Second Ward, 1st.. 43 W. 47 3K 47 92' 79, 73 , " , 2d- 44 2i 46 4 47 K! 5l SA Third Ward, 1st.... 49 971 53 45 47 Ml 95 95 " 2d 36 73 39 39 41 72 65 W, Fourth Ward 54 2H0 73 S'l 53 199 192!I9B Fifth Ward (riHWI 92! 94 95l 96' 88i 91 SstxUl Wa-d '134 I25jl4!l 132I3K 1--;I14'I18 Seventh Ward I 6ll30i 72 56 5'l35 132jl33 Uthar Towns. 5. a S 5 ' pbbcisctc. o r 5 i a : 2 r g. : : . jo : Canoa Creek is 41 14 141 14 40 Coe. ! SSi 25 7N Cordova 31 74 13, 26j 31 72 Zuma I j Port Byron 35 75 S6! 36! 3d 71 Hampton. 1 IK 67 I9 21! IX 66 HamptoaZ 11 lot 4 Hampton 3 2 "f, tr 26. 2 24 Coal Vallev 48 63 50' 4S 4l 52 Sooth Mollae 22 47 23i 21 ! 22! 4 South Rock Island 37 130 451 32 39 131 Black Hawk 64! 51 4131 gur! 49 38 BOi -491 41 32 "liBton. 1 37 69 29 29 9 69 Kdrins-toa. 3 85 77 30; 25! 241 78 Andalusia 15 61 16 1 16; 15i 61 BuBaloPralrie 4! .. .J .. H 32 81 35J 32 32 77 Bowling- ..I ..I .. 40' 40 79' 78 82 75 721 72 65 ail 48 2 25 541 50 48 48 131 128 132 140 38 33 81 76 la the conntv. the nnnfficial totals It a a 4 - e . , r . . wu ugares mt nana witn out three township missing are: Bots ford, 1.657; Cartwright. 3,223; Scott, 1,961; Johnson. 1,653; Anderson, 1.742; Bigelow, 3,564; Gest, 3.817; Ramsay, 3.485. . Ot: Mercer county gives Scott 2.494; Johnson. 854; Anderson. 849; Bige low. 410: Gest. 495. and Ranaav. 632. The reonblican innrema eonrt ticket carries in the county. nouesiae county's vote is: Bets ford. 781: Cartwr1rht 9 Qr. ftlt 987; Johnson, 877; Anderson. 694; Bieelowj 2.844; Gest, 2,743; Ramsay, 3,199. Henry county gave Scott, 978; Johnson. 931; Anderson, 1.160; Bige low, 2,440; Gest, 2,268; Ramsay, 2,208. The following are tne returns from aome of the mora important towns tn nenry county: FBECIXCT& Cambridge 91' 63! 79 158 185 183 Oalva 135 133 234 2K3 307 295 Bishop H1U Aodover.. QeDeaeo Kewanee 651 68 94i 78, 36i 47 ..j 32 301 S5( 79( 77! 75 . 1210 205i22353 543 549 " - TfcaTilals The total vote o! the circuit on cir cuit judges ia appended, the figures on the supreme judges in Mercer and Henry beine missing: Scott, 6,420; Johnton, 4;S15; Anderson, 4.445; Bigelow, 9,258; Gest. 9,953; Ramsay, 9,674. The Falllas; Off la Vota. From the following which waa the vote of the counties in the four teenth circuit in the presidential election, mav be formed an idea of the falling off yesterday: Bryan. McKtatey. Rock Island 4.6TH 7.323 Mercer 2.324 3.120 Whiteside 2.777 S.577 Henry 2.968 6,177 Total 12,757 22,197 TWO MORE NEW HOUSES. Additional Improvements mm the Cable Property-Gapt. Boblasaa's Plana. Contracts were let yesterday af ternoon by Architect George P, Stauduhar to John Volk & Co. for the erection of two more houses on the property of Mrs. Ben T. Cable on inirteentn street ana-second, avenue. One will face on Second avenue and the other on Thirteenth street. The houses will be two stories in height, and will embrace all modern conven iences, and will cost about 13.000 apiece. Mr. Cable has also under contem plation the building of magnificent residence in Washington, D. C, which will cost in the neighborhood oi a ban million. The Iamilr rest dence on Fifth avenue is to be im. proved, too. Oaeof the most important resi dence improvements to be made in Rock Island the present season is that planned by Capt. T. J. Robin. son. Hia home on Twentieth street is to be remodeled and fitted np in handsome shape. Tho addition will be built on the south side. The cap tain, will also erect a fine barn. The plans for the improvements have been drawn by Architect Stauduhar, have been accepted, and building op erations will soon be commenced. THOMAS KEANE'S ESCAPE. falls Before a Loeoasotrre and Baa a Close Call from Injur. Thomas Keane, hostler for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, has reason to consider himself among the most fortunate of men. He fell be fore a moving engine jesterday af ternoon ana narrowly escaped being dragged beneath the wheels. The Milwaukee keeps its engines .at the Rock Island's round house. Engine 554 waa being taken down to the Milwaukee depot Engineer Robert White was in the cab. Mr. Keane had stepped out onto the pilot to mrow toe switcn. xne engine had , , . . . . oaciea uown on tne puzzle switch and waa pushing ahead to get back onto the main track. Mr. Keane in stepping from the pilot had his coat caught by the air pipe. His feet were touching the ground, but he was powerless to extricate himself. Fortunately the engine was mov ing slowly. Mr. Keane managed to aeep n:s legs irom under the cow catcher until the engine was stopped. after dragging him along about a oar s length, tie escaped with a lew omites. Dr. Cryor Goes to California. Rev. Dr. S. S. Cryor, formerly pas tor of the Central Presbyterian church in Rjck Island, afterward of Cincinnati, but more recently of Al bert Lee. Minn., has anrantaH a Rail to the pastorate of the Westminster church of San Fraccisco, whose pul pit he supplied during a stay in Cali- uiuibim. uiuulq. nr. uryor, ac companied by his family, will leave for hia new charge about the middle of July. Five years ago Dr. Cryor waa cuieu to oan rrancisco to occu py the PUlDit of a friend rfnrmcr his vacation, and aince then he has re ceived several calls from different churches in California both in and out of San Francisco, each of which he has declined. Now, however, the call comes from a large Presbyterian congre gation in the western metropolis, who have just erected a magnificent church building, and beside the ad vantages of the new and larger field. Dr. Cryor desires the change because of the present impaired condition ot his health. The call from the San Francisco congregation was unan imous, and this flattering invitation ia certain assuranoe that he and his estimable family will find themselves surrounded by friends in their new home. An Albert Lea paper says; "The losa to the Trash. .-;... .hnrch of this city cannot well be exagger ated. Coming here as he did, a suc cessor to an able and respected divine. Dr. Cryor has grown stesdiiy in the esteem of hia n.-.ti-,-. and his sermons and their influence need no other enconinm than the large audiences that pews and aisles at his morning and eveningmeetings for many Tears. And it ia not onlr hia .k...). wt.;k lose by his departure, but it is the entire community a wlLn THE SYHOD SESlil, Board of Missions Elected at ; MAugustana. THE CETHANY COLLEGE CASE Resignations of Members of the Board of Regents. Greetings to King Oscar of Sweden. The synod's mission work was dis cussed during the afternoon session yesterday when the following board of miasiona was elected: Reva. F. N. Swanberg, Oakland, Neb.; P. Sjob lom, Wakefield, Neb : E. A. Fogel- strom, Omaha, Neb.; J. . Rydback, uouncii vines, lows; Messrs. J. r. Helin, Omaha, Neb.: Gunnar Ltnd- qnist, Lowell. Mass. ; A. P. Falk, Es sex, Iowa, and Prof. S. M. Hill, Wa- hoo. Neb. The president of the synod is ex -officio member of this board. The aession adjourned with out completing the mission work, and after a roll call thia morning it was resumed, but was interrupted to consider an appeal against a deeision oi tne Kansas conference ia reference to the J. Seleen-Belt City.Betbany col lege real estate sales in Belt City by its agent, Rev. J. Seleen, ot Fremonnt, Kas. : This matter was brought by the appellants before the synod at its meeting ia Omaha last year. Tho appellants charge fraud and misrepre sentation of facts against the agent. Rev. J. Seleen. At the Omaha meet ing tho whole matter was remanded back to the Kansas conference for re hearing. This conference has passed upon tne matter a aecond time, com pletely exonorating the pastor from the charges preferred. The appel lants now make a final appeal te the synod. It was decided to appoint a committee pi nve members, whose duty it should be to investigate and report as soon as it could arrive a a decision. Kailcutlons. The president then read the resig nations of two members of the board of regents of Augustana college, viz: A. J. P. Col berg, of St. Paul, and Oliver Stephenson, of Rock Island, who positively declined to serve. A motion to accept both resignations waa promptly made and in all proba bility would 'have carried had it not been for the fact that a division of the question was called for. The motion to accept the resignation of air. uoioerg was then put and car ried. It was then explained that the services of Mr. Stephenson as a member of the board were abso lutely indispensable and after having Deen urged to do ao, Mr. Stephenson finally withdrew his resignation. Creatines to Klna; Oeear. The synod's mission work was then brooght np and discussed at some length, especially that branch of it which pertains to the Immi grant Mission home in New York City. The question of appropria tions ior tne maintenance of this home was finally left with its board of directors. It was next decided to send to King Oscar, of Sweden, a congratulatory address upon his 25th anniversary jubilee, which Is now being celebrated in connection with the great exposition at Stockholm. This address will be bound in a mag nificent volume, and will contain the signatures of the board of regenta of Augustana college, the faculties and every member of the synod now in attenaacce. Taken With, Malarial raver. I was taken with malarial fever and medicines did not help me. felt weak and tired and had no apoe tite. I was advised to take Hood's Saraaparilla. and when I had taken four battles I was in good health and am thankful for what Hood's Saraa parilla has done for me." Mrs.'Min nie Ross, corner Fourteenth and Lin coln streets, Springfield, 111. Hood's pills are purely vegetable, 25 cents. At the Watek To war. Band concerts Taesdawa and Frl. days, afternoon and evening. Schil. i ri . i . "... ier j. neater inicago vauaevuie com pany all this week. To Coswaaspclvea. As an honest remedy Foley's Honev and Tar does not hold out false hopes in aavaDcea stages, out trnthlollv claims to give comfort and relief in tne very worst eases, and in the early stagea to effect a cure. Sold by M. F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas, druggists. ' Just try a 10 cent box of Caaearets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. ' tsltkkl asissw J . yn Knw to Attain IL" A Wonderful WW Kegfcsi liook- written for Ilea Only. Oae opraur ba sad fiea, salad. Is Dials sens saeaapplMaUoa. ESXKEOtCALCO MBkawaSt, - BWFFAIjO. M. TV itarjffiMi Q 0 Drop AH Profits To Cssa the OSnery. Ladles' Dae Lernora Beta, eoat llt-te per 97e Children V ditte Letrbora data, with tancy edfrea, at per duzea, now, at retail St0 Ladiea' Manilla Bailors, east SIS r aueen. now aen...... ....... J1DV Ladies' White a dHatle. eoat SS per doaea. all trimmed ready to wear, go as. eaea own The foUowin Sailor Rata hare been sell- m at fl.a end i w apteee. sow oniy 7ro: Ladles' whit Milan Kaos. white) Milan Baltic, white Milan 1'enesst.aU.. 75a Ladles white ana eotored Oxford. No. CSV cost SB a dosea. so at w7e Ladies' f secy braid abort back Bailors, tne sue kibO. ior son Ladles' white Fenhorst lae 10 dozen ready trimmed Blaek Becasta Bauoruata.aauaaysuo.aow ion If ew eotors. Straw VlTiaa No. 856. Bed Chip Hate, worth tl. 50. a aift IBS The Batarta Cloth Salors and Walains; Hate, s-bead irimsslna'. ware el. white they las BBo Blaek fancy edg India Panama Hata. tne tso oaea.... saw (Above lots are not lam. Prices win ooa- tioue as advertised until sold). It a prions ttk these that keeps us so busy. Parasols and Umbrellas. A variety of Qualities, atria aad barraia prioes suck as eea we have never hefore shown. Plain White China Parasols, txnusual value 790 Better quality White Chins Hemetltohed at ti.tft. should bo tl.7S White centers with color printed borders crest valuee. all oolors ..SX.6S Fancy Poulard Silk, lanre aasortment colon ana patterns, values up to a?, at HMO A mreat snap In Silk Gloria rmbreUae. covered handlea. sold or alver mount. Inirx. steel rods, silk cases S3, oaaltty aow fl B7 Mens 9-tnch nmbrenaa. fast black. crooks and opera handles B7e Over 1 ,0W new umbrellas jut received. ""',"r'""""--"----- rrn mnni Lejuia.sjuj McCABE'S 17 JO. 1721. 17J4. 1726. Bad 172S Second A vena. i Right and Wrong There's a right to economize aad a wrong way too. If yon have but little money at your disposal job should spend it when 70a will nap the greatest benefit. When yon bay a aait ot clothes yoa want the best quality and style which can be had for the amount of money yoa have to spend. $9.90 SACK SUITS i Ia black and gray clay worsted blue serge guana teed every thread wool which we have proved by the absolute test ot boiling in chemioala. It has taken hard thinking and planning to make snch suits as these. They an snits to judge thia clothing store by the clothing store when all wool means that a hundred per cent ot tha fabrie was once wora by a sheep. Our high grade Junior suits wen to, 6.0, 19 25, $5. all go at t.S5. Wash Suits, deep sailor collar, 89s. SOMMERS 1804 Second Avenue. gpeca Qale TAN eewea ' fm eeavae wStrVMVM.' !aaaavvvvwveVs WE HAVE 400 PAIRS OF Owf SnWra as anil aBmaall at for at 0mM V-lViwe sBiM WIMBwl wiarww Weaam aX BPV Pf 11 ranging in price from $1 a pair to $. Wo ess4 have Dlaeed these on aale at 99 a a vair antil old GEO. SCHNEIDER. CESTBAL SHOE STOBE, - IwCCmJ sind HsCitntatd. Quality end Yaks Guirent-cd H. D. FOLSOM, Jeweler. 1793 Seoond Areata. S.k tn. Ccttsn Shirt CsSst Swtuit. We promt this week a lot of irro. eiateble Shirt Waist bargains, any one alone calculated to crowd oar busy eaoond floor with ahrewd. aav. lag shoppwra who will readily teojr Biao thia smash in Shirt Waist price. 3,000 Shirt Waists. Dimity. Organdie Bad rename to bo told ia tho McCabe way. Ww for new 7e Fwrealaa and named Lawn Walata. made rurht, with Pom d pokes aad detached collars 9 ra for U S Shirt WetMa. handsomely mane of Laws, deteehebai oosiara, Wa, liak eaSs. rery okotoe.... I W3 Sl.l forM.7S Walata of Wmity, Ja- wa. usaiw. i ase Stripes, etc. pert eel aulas;, latest f fl styles.... ...... . . . ........... .... d I, I O B Blend id Rant Waist vahwa for thai fl AC aala at H . Sl.Ss and ap te Sr I.9 Silk Waists. At never before, a price triumph, a money aariuc event: be prompt: Wash Bilk VYeista with stock collars tor tne hot days ahead a each, one ton oeitomoi. ............ ........... 11.87 A table fun of ehniec Silk WaMe. a variety of and Brured effects, alas Plata blaek and navy, fitted Uaiaea, 9 CQ values apteSt-tu.atouly fcM Haadaooe ehanwable Silk Wihn, front of amaU tuoka. very atruah. O f1 value B so. at ..37 Very neeial. m SO value, black TaSe- C f1 taSUk Walata at 3.VJ & LaVELLE. X s On Women's AND BLACK OXFORDS. eawrewsaajsjaiaaav rs risB A A f WOMEN'S FINE at f aweAfjaa. 4)1 eA at G . essaetSaSsaaajsjssawajassaaaajl 1712 fKOOVD ATEarui