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TTIC ABQTJ8, MOXDAY. ALGUBT 9 1897.
Now for Bargains at CLEMAM & BED ROOM 70 Bed Room Suites, extra 40 35 18 10 8 DINING ROOM TABLES. 25 6 foot Tables worth $ 4.50 at $ 3.00 25 8-foot " : " 6.00 at 4 50 25 10-foot ' " 7.5o at 6.00 10 8-foot " extra fine oak.... " 10.00 at 7.50 10 io-foot " " " " .... " 16.50 at 12.00 DINING ROOM CHAIRS. 10 dozen Cane Seat, worth, per set $ 5.00 at $ x.ko 10 dozen " 7.5o at 6.00 25 dozen " 9 00 at 7.50 15 dozen " " - " ,0.oo at 8.00 20 dozen Quartered Oak Polished, Box Seat 18.00 at 12.00 SIDEBOARDS Of all grades and styles too numerous to mention. We have 1 It It t - mem swcu ironis, sweu iron is ana enas, etc. CARPETS. Ingrain carpets, a good carpet, our Drice hc. We carrv over front 15c, 18c, 25c, 35c, 40c, 45c, nigncsi graac raai is mane. 5 75c up. .... Clemann & RELIABLE Here at Home YOU . . Liquid Malt Food , THE well known product of the CHICAGO BREW. ING COMPANY that has beoome io justly pop. alar In building up tha system. It it a conoentrated itraotqf select Malt and Hops and gives almost , nriraonlona assistance to oonvalesoeats, nursing mothers, etc The Chicago Brewing Co's. Bottled Bet r has also made a reputation dered from the local branch Nineteenth St. and First Ave, YOUR 'ATTENTION It respectfully Invited to the GRAND MILLINERY ' DISPLAY of French Pattern Hats and Home inrprises. Watch tor Js t a aanrf Om 1 ova Bom m Boh n Jw, Reldy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Boom 4, Mitohell Lyade b'ng. Telephone 10M. 1 -& I ii; iiwydL ym SALZMAM'S SUITES. value, worth $14.00 at $10.00 20.60 at Ai 5.00 23.50 at 18.00 38.00 at 29 00 50.00 at 37.50 75.00 at 5000 new full patterns, worth 28c, im rolls nf Hifforn mot-. 52jc, 55c. 58c and up to the irame Cody Brussels from Salzmann FURNITURE. CAN PROCURE THE for Itself and can be or. telephone 1806. 's Manager. BYRMEO & CO.'G Bonnets. Millinery Novelties. the sale. . WE SELL STACY, ADAMS & CO'S SHOES A GLANCE AT A SHOE That comes from onr stock is sufficient to show that onr goods are stylish and well made. We do notbeliere in carrying a cheap article. It would not pay ns to sell it it would not pay you to buy it Let at sell you one pair of onr shoes. We will vthen have yon for a regular customer. DOLLY BROS. TO CONTROL THEM. Oppressive Effect of Unre strained Injunctions. AI APPEAL FOB A OHAIGE. hftMiw b Aahe4 HaSUy tha law mm Aaraoaca tha Fawar at la flirting a Oftaaxtaaa Oaana DaHg-aa ta Dates Jaatloa. To restrain injunction!; how can it be done This was in substance the topic that animated a discussion on the street Saturday night apropos of the existing Fulton proceedings against me moaern nooamen ox America, which is now throughout the conn try the matter of absorbing interest. "We must go before the next leg islature," raid one. '-and have the authority to get these obnoxious writs abrogated. We must take the matter out of the hands of a master in chancery." We must hvre the entire modus operandi of iujutcuon procedure modified," spoke up another. These injunctions are becoming altogether too irequent. it has become such that a tier a man exhausts every other recourse to gain an end, and is defeated through every possible channel of law and justice, he sim ply rnns and gets an injunction. It is no trick 1 1 get one, as a rnle, evi dently. but it is a trick to get out from under, as we all know. The injunction will yet be a figure in bringing about in this country the most serious crisis that we have ever been brought to fao; see if it isn't. Take, for instance. the labor troubles. Who would have tnougni a lew years ago that a man would be enjoined from striking, or from indulging in free speech as long as it is irrational, or of walking in certain neighborhoods, as has been the case with Debs the past week? Pretty soon they will be enjoining me newspapers irom saying certain things. There is no telling where tms tning win go to it it is not stop ped pretty soon. I am not a pes- inns', nor do I indulge in gioomy views oi things, but I see with apprehension the unrestrained license f any authority to exercise me one-man power to restrain pri vate citizens in the enjoyment cf the liberties that belong t j them under the constitntion, for the people will not stand this kind of thing for. ever." Law Should Ba Chant-ad. 1 he suggestion that the statutes of Illinois should be amended in view of what has happened at Fnlten in the last month, is one wortbv of eon ideration. So is the soggestion that the general statutory provision as to injunctions should be modified. This pertains not only to the state, but to the nation as well. Injunctions as far as Rock Island's renent experi ence has been, have proven a weapon placed in the hands of the minority Dy law to ieai toe majority, an unfair right given to an indi viaual in whose ohoioe the DeoDle have hsd no voice, to stav the ends of justice. DEATH OF A. F. FLEMING. Voraiar Rock lalaad Raaldant Pi Away la California. News has been received of the death at Visalia. Cal . of A. F. Flom ing, a former well known resident of Kock Island. Mr. Fleming had been in unusually good health and his death came unexpectedlv Deceased was born in W. Va.. in 1821. beine- 73 years of age last May. During the Mexican war he entered the service of the government, and was made master armorer at Allegheny arsenal He was the inventor of many valua ble mechanical aDDliancaa nand in the manufacture of arms and muni- lions of war. He was afterwards transferred to Watnrtnwn ,n.n.i Massachusetts, and later to Bock I .land arsenal, where he served for manv veara aa annnrintAnitant nf government bridges,a position which he resigned several veara ipo. and moved to California, near San Jose, wnere he had nnrchased an orchard Two months ago Mrs. Fleming died, since which time Mr. Fleming lived at Visalia with - hia inn Hirr. M- Fleming leaves three sons and three daughters, besides manv other rela tives, a sister, Mrs. G. W. Sample. residing here. Two of tha sons, nhirlai V n,1 Ueoree A. Fleming, ran a fruit Hia. tributinir denot hare for tha nnutnoi. of their California farms for some tears. The daughters. Mrs. F s Beardalv. Mn. I. Shaw uH xr-. E. W. Allen, also reaide in California naaaataiBK ta Kaaw. It mav be worth antnathtnir ta, uuw uui mo Tory neat meaicine lor reatorinir tha tirarf nnt narvnna - k. .L.. . 1 , . .. . " - tern to a healthy vigor is Electric DI.4 IPL1. "" inn meaicine is purely vegetable, acts bv nerve centers in the stomach, gently uuiuiatea sne uver ana moneys, and aids these nrirana in thrnains nff impurities in the blood. Electric ft a. a. .a enters improves the appetite, aids digestion, and. is pronounced by those who have triad It tha nn best blood purifier ond nerve tonic Try it. Sold for 60 cents or $1 per bottle at tlartx Ullemevera dm? store. the most necessary article to have with yon (after your pocket book) is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements of the bowel caused by a chaoge of water. Ton are likely to need it. Sold by M. F. Bahnaen and T. H. Thomas, drop- cuu. EVERETT 13 IN CHICAGO. K -stark Ua Bark Ialaad Marahaat far mm VaaaM Chitas. Charles E. Everett, formerly later ested in the Economy stores here, and who disposed of bis portion of the clothing store a week ago, after an assignment had been made, was before Justice Richardson, of Chi cago, yesterday on a warrant charg ing him with having obtained money by false pretenses from Julius Ettelson at Co., whole sale clothiers at S37 Market street. By the advice of his attorneys. Don ation ft Hartnett, he took a change of venue to Justice Foster. The ex amination was continued Saturday, bail beiog furnished in the sum of 1800. His bonds were signed by Mr. Donahoe and B. 8. Robertson, of Fort Wayne, formerly lieutenant governor of Indiana. Smith, Flower ft Musgrave, attorneys for the Chi cago house, say Everett represented that he did a business of f 40.000 and thtt he wns good for any reasonable amount of credit, in consequence of which statement he was given credit for about $800 in the spring. Sub sequent investigation, the attorneys say, showed that his statement was not justified by the facts. Ettelson ft Co. have since that time been try. ing to effect a settlement. The arrest cf Everett, the Chroni. ele says, is the part of a shrewd scheme to bring matters to a crisis: 'that Mr. Everett lives in Fort Wayne, hut has been doing business in R ck Island. That a conference waa to have been held between the parties and their attorneys in Chi cago Friday.- Everett ' was to meet his attorney at the Palmer honse at 1 SO o'clock. Just outside the state entrance Constable M. H. Mullerin had been posted, armed with a war rant, and with a good description of mr. cverett. jar. Everett's lawyer had received an inkling that there was a warrant out, so as soon as he met his client he warned him to leave the place without ask ing any questions. Mr. Everett flew oat of the door with what speed he could. The constable received him and served the warrant, and the law yer advised him not to offer any re sistance. The merchant did not want to be locked up in the county jail, and the constable consented to take charge of him for a time. He remained in the custody of the offi cer all night, the two occupying the same room at ine raimer bouse." BROUGHT THE BIGGEST. Monster Baft Dellrerad Hera bjr tha Dealt. To the rafter F C. A. Denkmann, O. E. McUinley, master, now belongs the credit of bringing down the big gest log raft ever floated on the Mis sissippi. The task was completed yesterday morning, the number of feet embraced in the raft being 1,660 )oog and 296 wide, and inoiuding 2. 870,000 feet of lumber. Capt. Mo. Ginley, who does a large part of the piloting himself, has the able assist ance of Pilot R H. Trumbly, while Pilot Orrin Smith steered the boat and tow over the rapids. It remains now for some other ambitious inland seaman to eclipse Capt. McGinley's record. The latest advices from the Galena river are to the effect that it was not the A. J. Whitnev, owned by 'the Rock Island riverman of that name, that sank there, after all. but Capt. Whitney's dredgeboat Lowell. He has gone with the Whitney and the necessary apparatus and flatboats for the purpose of raising the sunken craft. There are now at least 89 railroad or highway bridges across the Mis sissippi between Minneapolis ar.d St. Lonis, a distance of some 800 miles, and. with the exception of the famous Eads bridge at St. Louis, there is but one other in the 85 that accommodates both railroad and Street ear traffic tha nna hntaa.ii R Ck Island and Davenport. This ruuuuE onofB 11 npoiarnn in ra.iBira.ta to the backirronnd even tha Earia bridge, as this rebuilt structure is ucviBtcu fcu m iue uuimiuBliOQ Ol me engineering skill of the century. A SUNDAY GUN SHOOT. flood Beoraa bj tka Kock Ialaad Club tea. tarda?. The regular club shoot of the Rock Island Gun club occurred at the club's grounds in South Rock Island yesterday. The club shoot for the revolver offered by Charles Wulff , and which becomes the property of the tnira successive winner, resnlted in a contest of 25 live birds in 23 for William Kay, 22 tor C. Stohr and xi ror August sebnert. The sweep. stakes shoot for three money prizes at 15 live birds resnlted as follows: William Black. W. Stohr. Hannas and McStarr and Al Henry 14 each; C. Stohr and W. Kay IS each, and August Sebnert and William Porter 17 each. Kay has now won the Wulff revolver twice in succession. If he gets it again it is his. 18 Atataa ralra. The beat Salva in tha wrnrM n Cuts, Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fvr Snraa. Tattar Di.nni Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and all otun eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no naw naninwl. It fa vnar. en teed to give perfect satisfaction er money reranaeo. rrice zo cents per box. For sale by Harts ft DUemeyer. Vrtaklac Waaar. Death larks ia Imnnre watnr it breeds diseases often in enidamin form. The first svmptom is looseneaa nf the. bowel a." Theaa diaaaaaa mrm checked by taking Foley's Colic Care. Sold bv M. F. Bihnem and T u Thomas, druggists. - , OFFICERS NAMED. Labor Congress Has Its Annual Election. AID FOX TEE XQE5S ASXEDc af Struma Ttttt the Trl City BadV Waaan Adapts a BaaalaMaa ' fj lt mm She rafena ta AaahH Tnaaa. - The Trinity Labor congress held its annual election of officers at its- meeting yesterday afternoon, the re sult being: President J. O. Schoessel, Kock Island. Vioe President Henry Nagel, Dev on port. Recording Secretary W. H. Schlll inger, Rock Island. Financial Secretary P. F. Trenk. enschnh. Rock Island. Treasurer George Barnes, Rock Island. Trustees J. B. Welsenbach, Hugo airncs. vavenport; Gas Nordstrom, noes, isiana. Sergeant-at-Arms Mr. Adolphson, kock isiana. Statistician for Davenport W. McFarren, Davenport. Credentials were received for del egates from Carpenters1 union No. 654, International Association of Ma chinists No. 888, Tailors' anion No. 84, and Cigarmekers' anion No. 172. Joseph Kosenfield was endorsed for plumbing inspector for the eity oi bock isiana. Credentials from a committee of striking miners from Gilchrist and Wanlock were received and endorsed and a resolution adopted by the con gress appealing to the public to ex tend moral and financial aid. Baas far Labor Day. A committee was also appointed to make arrangements te employ the uucnrist nana lor the Labor day celebration, the proceeds of the services of the members to be contributed to the needy miners The action of the eiecutive com mittee in assisting the committee from the miners at Spring Valley in soliciting aid at Davenport was enuorsea Dy a vote oi the congress IS WINKLER'S STORY FAKY Bis fMaoaaaaa af tha Temple Oaee Hat Ballarad. People at Wayland.Mo., and there about, take no stock in the theory of unriEiian wintier, oi Defiance, Ohio, that the body found in the well was that of Lottie Temple, the missing Rapids City girl. There seems to be no doubt it was that of Mrs. Frank Goins, of Foley, Mo., for her husband described marks on her body, which was ioana in a well in Way land county, aio., juiy zi. uems is i fisherman. He was engaged in mak ing bis way down the river from Wisconsin to Foley, Mo., in a skiff when he stopped at Keokuk. While there he heard an account of the murder at Wayland and a descrip tion of the woman. He declared the woman was his wife. He said that last spring his wife left him at Foley, Mo., and fled with a horse trader by the name of Clarence Hood. He and a friend, George Ackers, started in pursuit, driving across the country in buggies. Ackers had the fastest team, and after they had gone somo aiatance it was aeciaea that he should pursue the runaways alone. After traveling some distance Ackers finally found the conple, but instead of delivering them into the hands of the law, he became enamored of the woman and lied with her from the horse trader. Goins now got wind of the excitiog little drama that was being played, anl started in pursuit of hie guilty wife and faithless mend. About a month ago he fonnd them at Montrose, and there filed an information charging them with adultery. They escaped and since tnen notntng naa been beard of them. No one interested knows who Winkler is or what he knows about the Temple case. It is not improb able, to judge from the dispatches sent out from Defiance, Ohio, that he is a tin-itar detective seeking free advertising. The executive committee of the Old bottlers' association, of Rock Island county, met at the office of Secretary J. H. Cleland Saturday afternoon for the purpose of making arrangements ior me annual picnic or tha associa tion. Black Hawk's Watch Tower was chosen as the place and the lat ter part of August as the time, the exact date to be fixed later. M. J. McEniry .Thomas Merriman.and J.H Cleland were appointed a committee to secure speakers. Thomas Merrlman and M. J. MoEnery were appointed a committee on music, and J. H. Cle land was instructed to secure badces to be presented to the members on payment of their dues. The meeting a. t a ' . a. " tnen aoj inrnea to next Saturday. DaatVa If you want to quit tobacco using cbsuj ana iu rarer, oa maae wall, strong, magnetic full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bae, the wonder worker that makes weak men strong. Many gain tea pounds la ten days. Over 400,000 eared. Bay No-To-Bec from your owa druggist, who will guarantee a cure. Booklets and sam ples mailed ires. Adores Sterling Remedy company, Chicago or New Tork. TOO Ought to know that arhan anf. ferine from ait kiHnav trnnhla that a aafa. aara renal ia Vnlmm'm IfM... Care. Guaranteed or money refunded. Sold bv 11. F. Rahaaaai aa! T ff Thomaa, druggists. McCABE Grand data Up of Ssramsr Siiks. Silks of hlgueat merit at woader tally low prions It yoa want to boy good silk cheap attend this sola every day this week. Wash Silks Corded Kai-Kai TSK LOT 1. t Silks, ate., valae 85c. SSe, 44c, not assay of them, and while they last aly'l2e a yard. WT. ' 800 yards choice China ailks La navy and white, black and brown fignres, valae 58a to 65c, while they last 29o a yard. $1 Foulkrd Silks jqc. lot 3 now roa the bio show. All the choicest twilled foulard dress silks, the best China silks, the newest Pongee silks, in the prettiest colorings and swellest designs, value 88o. 92o and 1 per yard, take them quick at only 49j a yard. Looks Like a Needless Sacri fice of Clack Silks. Bat they go with the rest. 800 yards choice black brocaded India silk s, valae 62c a yard, wont last long at, per yard, 87 J c S 6 yards elegant quality black figured Bengaline silks, real value 1.2S a yard; we had them marked 97c, bat for this once we ssy 69a a yd. SI. So quality black Peaa de Sole at only 88o a yard. $1.25 black satin Dnehesse, S? inehes wide, at only 97c a yard Mason Fruit Jars. A fresh lot received Saturday af ternoon. First come, first served. Pints He, qusrts So, half gal lons 4o. None to dealers. None by tele phone. . 11 Haul DO Tha high grade KNEE PANT SUITS that have sold at $2.75. $2.90. $3.00. $3.60. $4.00, $1.25, $1.60 and $5.00. (Trt sg odd lots, and not all sizes, at. t"te Also KNEE PANTS, tba 60c, 660, 70c and 85o goods, are bow "MOTHERS' FRIEND" WAISTS in laundried and nnlanndried 60o and 76c waists at No fun losing money without a smile. SOMMERS 1804 Second Avenue. fleo. Schneider ays: Don't let your boy or girl go to school with an old worn out pair of shoes, but go to Schneider's and get a good pair of school sboes, as He is Offering Some Elegant Bargains in School Shoes- Both for boys and girls, and with every pair he will present you with a beautiful tablet. GEO. SCHNEIDER. CENTRAL 8HOS STORK, We Can't Please Bat we do please 96 per cent of the people who givers, as thoir laaadry to do the needful with. Toa might be one who cant get pleased elsewhere. Let as serve yoa. Our Process is Net a Secret Osa. Wo only nse Soap, Water, Starch, Mascla, Good Machinery aad Brains. Visit as when yoa wise. If for any reason yoa left as, doat ba ashamed to' -oma book again Wa are aot proud. " Taaar sTaalaaaaa W - --a' Stationery. Oar statioaery stock is better thaa ever before, and every item ta It is a aargaia. Paper ia pads, ia tableta, ia boxes with envelope to saataa, pencils, peas and iaks at tha prieea thi atom is fsmons for. We quota throe items; AT 5 CBSTTS. Big valaa stationery box; 14 sheets fine rated paper and 14 envelopes ta match. 600 boxes at halt value. So. 1.000 good writing paper tablets, note, packet aad commercial aiisa, worth 10c, lie, ISo, your eholos for Sc. 6c 10.003 fine envelopes, asasily par package no, aow here, two for fte. toilet rarsa. 6 eases good tissue toilet paper.aot Sc. but per package. 2o. So, Is. Belts. Some new, some old, all at half prion. at 10 CESTTS. Tour choice of odds aad eads at real leather bolts, covered buckles, white kid belts, etc., all at 10a. 600 gilt aad tinsel belts (did not aotice how they're wearing them ta Chicago) we charge for the SSe and 86o kiod 6o each. It's a special trade chance oae of the kind this store tarnishes soma times just to show what weoaudo. Lunch Boxes. 800 fibre lunch boxes. Toa know the value come now aad get 'eat qaick at 6c each. Lunch Baskets. Two lots. We could get a whole lot more for them, but they're la tha way. Worth op to 25c. choice 9a. Worth up to 60o. choice 17c 'Bo Soils YOU? so we offer these goods & La VELLE. 1711 SECOND ATZ2U3 Everyone 37c j 29c j One Prion. W aWaVN-aaV OaJbaaaU UsAraii 1 f.a..... t