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.n llinsr foM. headaches and fevers
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m t. Mltra-n If awUdlag.
torn, la f-ar of aitchaB Lvaaw aaaa.
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Bold Swindle Neatly Oper
ated. 10 delivhed isto hb raids.
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wA- rr Caaa. Halu
In tramndom now tim .
, n'lri WURI
nare pal ,hcir hevU together
compoacd a encyclopli, throMRh
which those wishing t ik i-
moat acquire the rudimenta of nrfar
ioua tricka. and recent event tn.ii.
cale a numlNT of pra.l.iatea. Such a
atii'li-nt aboweil hni..,.ii . . .
pron,.ry atoro Tctrriav aftor-
nom. with the following order:
One-half pound lieat t.. ai
Worth ' 'f URar. amall can Mack
pepper, aniall can cinnamon, two
pound, of raisin, one-half nauod
v... iMnm oaKin? ItOWilnr. I In ika
orucr waa aUo a rennnat ir, ,ii:,n.
tbe cnm. to 19 T la.". n t w.aAnAh .1
atrvci. and to !rinj; M in change to
the houae. Mr. Khli.li ,.i
look the order, ami ihn
I,. . i ,t
-v.,,, tir uif aniiriiiia. ami aa a wu.m
reqiu-at. aont (I.I in cli&nim !tl.
jflcrk ami now hu' sorrv that ho did
When the dclivprv.nian drove tin
to the gate on Twentv-aecnnd atret-t
the rctitU-man voluntt-rcd to take in
lie rrM-i-rif. mid aake.1 tln nnmi.
IM-i-ting clerk if ho had brought the
H change with him. l'iKn hi r-
MVinjr in Hie anirmative. tho recin-
li nt I lion .ai.l tltn. to aave him the
lroul4eof jumping off the wagon
and running in with the nrlirlcriii
would take tht-m in and bring out
the H hill, which his wife had in
the house. The clrrk let him take
the groceries and thonuinpv.an.! in
the meantime wa tieing his horc
preparatory to saving his ailite cus
tomer a few Mepx. but in this in
stance the cat didn't comj back, ami
the yolinman suxprrling something
wroiiiT. went into the house ami ask
ed where hi moncv was. What was
li a chagrin and surprise then to find
that no trrocerie, had lieen ordered
there, and that none of hia money
was there, either. There were the
gricerirs. the innocent cau of all
this trou !. in the basket lying on
the sidewalk, but hi joblots. who
had ordt-reil them, had made him.
The clerk returned to the store.
ami th-re apprised Mr. Khirb of tbe
fact: but no sin was left to mark
the illustrious departure of Wcarv
Voggle. the swindler.
Tho aao fellow.
The scamp, no doubt, is the same
individual who swindled Edward
HerlM-rt. Ihe Fifth avenne butcher.
out of ft 1 Saturday evening, by pre
senting a check to him with the re-
i-uet that he call it. it beiiur drawn
on the l'eople s atloral Mnk, and
hearing the signature of J. IT. Wil
son. Iloth men are descrilied as of me
dium height, dark complexion an 1
ustache. and wearing a dark gray
overcoat. ho next?
liml. of MadaVia.
A horrible affair is tcported from
fleneso. Freilcrick Hinstin. aged
7a vears. disappeared from his home
at Litchlield. bast trmay ne was
located bv his son at Springfield, and
was eonvcted to tiencseo tost.ivover
Sundav at the home of his daughter.
Mrs. X. F. Hirt. Momlav morning.
as hia son-in-law was putting on his
coat to leave the bouse, the old man
suddeniv drew a dirk and plunged it
in the voung man's back, perforat
ing his lungs. Withdrawi.ig the
dirk he struck H-ft a fearful bio
with it on the bacK of the neck. At
this tnn'-tnre his daughter appeared
ml the madman, for such he un
doubtedly had become, attacked her.
She made a brave light, and saveil
herself from dangerous wounds, but
hor hands were fearfully lacerated.
the skin hanging in shred from her
r.n.r..r. Ili'lo arrived, auu the tun
man wa overpowered ami arteated.
He l.a lieen bound over to tbe cir.
...,;f rt and taken to tlic county
;;t at Cambridge. Mr. Hart cannnt
. T..e at. L-iuM, u.. rr'-oe '-
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Trl-t y HealtsW. '
The regular monthly meeting of
tbo Tri-City In ntai a.Kie,T
... . ...in in the parlors of the
" k;.?. nr. w. t. Mugni
""Ti . K,in in the chair. The
Lper of the evening, a carefully pre
Li' i ... I thoroughly abloprolnr
tion waa r ad bv Dr. K. M. I'earce.
aZ. Aralcnlua. or lental
discussion that tol-
ll bv Dr. C. K. Baker of
7r;;rt. The next n.eeti.S will
be held lo DavcnporU
.. tMin ffcacratioa !" sold a worn
looking mother. "I Peaa tbty wwold
not be called ao If folkly knew bow
hard U waw to R"t U cbiklrea owt of
!i tho tnGrnlmt."-oaroB Odbv
THE HAND OF DEATH.
Patrick Fennell died this morning
at 6 o'clock at hia home, 423 Third
street, after an illness of four weeks,
with pneumonia. Be waa born hi
County Clare, Ireland, came to Chi
cago in 1865. and then to Hock Isl
and in 1868. He waa married to
Mary H. Kane on June 7. 4 Tor them
were born nine children. He Is aor.
vived by hia wife and eight children:
Edward. Joseph,. Daniel, Nellie, Elista,
and Mm. E. C .Shields, of thia eitv;
Mra. Ixuis Schncrt. of St.V Ioata4-
Mrs. J. li. Rutherford, of Chicago."J
in the death of Mr. Fennell the com
munity loses a good citizen, and
the family a kind and indulgent hus
band and father. After hia lonjr
vear spent in faithfully performing
his duties to church and familv. he
leaves a good example that hia "chil
dren may well emulate.
!! has for 18 years held a trust
worthy itosition with WeyerhattscrJ
jf. i i . .f. . . . 1
. isvuaiiianu, anil was nelit in hlffn
esteem by all who knew him for hia
industrious and stead v habits.
The funeral services will be held at J
v o clock Saturday morning from St'
tfosepn cnurcli, Kcv. r ather Mackin
TUr tjtti linn. J. II. Murplijr.
The remains of Hon. J. II. Murpl y
left Washington yesterday for Dav
enport. The pall bearers at the cap
ital w ere lion. Thomas J. Henderson,
M. C, f Illinois: ex-(iev. Gear, M.
C. of Iowa; Hon. H. H. A. Williams,
an cx-niemlM-r of congress from
North Carolina: ex-t'ongrcssman F.
K. White, Hon. Thomas H. Ilowman
and Hon. Lycurgu Dalton. postmas-
ier tii i nc noiise. a committee Irom
the press club, of which Mr. Mur ihv
wa an honorary member, was also
present. The funeral will tic held'
from the Sacred Heart Cathedral,
across the river, tomorrow niornioj
at y o clock.
Funeral or C. J. Dart .
The funeral of the late C. J. Part
was held from the family home.
716 Twenty-second atrcct, at :
o cloek this afternoon. Kev. W. S.
Marquis, pastor of the Ilroadwav
I resliyterian church, officiating. A
male quartet rendered a numlxT of
appropriate selections. The pall
tM-arcrs were all front the force of
traveling salesmen for the whole
sale house of Henry Dart's Sons, and
were: Messrs. Ira Karr. O. M.
ISoylea. t'.eorse W. Cash. icorre.W',
Davis, lienrr Ilurns and A. D.
Albinus Krashar tlied at his home in
Milan at 12 o clock vesterdar, of
pneumonia. n?ed A3, tie leaves
wife and two children. The funeral
illbeheldiat 1 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at Milan, and will be tin.
der the auspices of the Masonic fra
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Rrcular Mnnthlr Mrrtlna oftbeniard of
The lioard of education met in
regular monthly session last eve-
t.itig. all the memliera lcing present.
and I'resident Ferguson in the chair.
The minutes of the last regular meet
ing were read and approved. The
finance committee was authoriz
to sell fo.oOJ in b H-r cent bonda to
replace the bonds maturing this
month, and to meet urgent liabili
On recommendation of the
same committee, the follow ins Villa
Idir. Uiana ii .. ruui any... ,
K ll p on ,
K. Id. H.ih
A ll .!.- nc
HI. -cill ....
Hyr- 1. T l.tiU ..
4 V KnllM.MHI
W A UuuVt.
I. b Anitaon ,
U K uncanl a Co.
The following recommendations of
the teachers' committee were ap
That the usual two weeks holidays
be a'l iwed, and that it Iwjriniat the
en I of the present school month; also
that . U. Swcctiey lc continued
truant officer for the remainder of
the present school vear at 1 be pres
ent salary. H'l per month.
J he truant oiiicer s report was re
ceived and placid on file.
Joe com in i lice on insurance re
ported having placed 1 12.(KK1 on the
new No. 4 building, in the following
11 L Bhl.l. -cot l-fc m Natiaoal .(Or1 oo
rjIMt nn. i-t nt.
n-r. a t l-a'e' ml. o en s.foian
A II llu .I' g. kllval-rr Vorh" ... , 0 IKI
lily Una. VMtuciicat cf 11a r..ld.... 00
The policica all expire Nov. 15
CoIi'm: Mabt Bo Far.
Last night waa the coldest of the
aeaaon, it being 7 lielow cero at 2
o'clock thia morning, and 1 below at
7 o'clock.. Tbe river has now frozen
Hvet frWwM5wtr In all jiUaVfibUit y
and in view; of this fact a road ia be
ing made lictween Uock Island and
Davenport, and soon the aleighs and
foot pas.-ngera will begin crossing
tbe Misimeaaiwt on- the ice tiridgc.
- Tbe indicationa for today and to
morrow are considerably warmer
Aaa.na aho aaawnlavcs.
At the meeting of the. board of
supervisors this morning, the matter
of putting in a xciepuone at the poor
farm waa aiacuaseu at come length
after which the matter waa referred
back to the poor farm committee, to
report at the next meeting.
The Drnrv toll road report came
up thia morning, and waa laid over
until thia af ternoon'a meeting. The
real of the morning waa take ap
with committee work.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 183.
THE CABLE 1CAISI0H TEE SCEST.
Soeaa mt th. Aato-XapthU Parttoa m An-
tldpottoa of th ChMdler-Bdaoa Wed.
aline Those Frcaont - M J. aod Mra. IT
C. Coowrlljr's Brrakraat at Roa Today.
The second of tho ante-huplitV
informal parties in honor of th6
bridal party, attendant upon the
Chandler-Edson wedding, to occhr
at Trinity church tomorrow night.
was given bv Mrs. Ben T. Cable at
the Cable mansion on Moline avenue
ast evening, and informal though it
waa, it was a most brilliant affair in
all details Mrs. Cable was assisted
by Mrs. Judge G. A. Castleman.of St.
Louis, in receiving the guests. The
table decorations were beautiful and
appropriate to the forthcoming event.
nd the collation was superb.
The ring contained in the bridal
cake fell to Miss Curtis. oneof the
coming bridesmaids. There were
present beside the hostess, the fol
lowing, all of which are of the bridal
party, except Mr. Putnam, who took
the place al the taldc of one of the
out of town niemliers who is expected
AsatLa lil, Maijrol rort"rwaie
llW Blis (M. I oui.)
Ai lie Kiif.nl. Mabel Ranuvll.
Lut.ia Mackvnr.I. (I bicago,)
fc.uign Chinilli-r. Er.nis I Briltnin.
' V Navy.) V s N'.vy,)
Si h-ila Punn. Ocntliilhr,
(St. Paul,) f J Kiun -.
W C. Putnain. Char .Co Bu?nl.
1 (HYrnport.) tt hlcigo.)
W. I) Cliaaillcr, CanroH, N. u.
loiter in the evening a number of
couple arrived in response to invito
tion. and dancing was taken tip as
me oruer oi the evening.
Today 'a llreakfast.
At high noon today at their home.
12 N Second ayenne, Mai. and Mrs.
II. C Connelly gave a four seasons'
breakfast to the Chandler-Kdsnn bri
dal party, which was elaborate in all
is appointments, and in keeping
with the other events of a similar
nature that have been given the past
Ameaal Coanril at Hoar.
Arsenal Council. No. 171. National
Lninn, celebrated ita annual election
of officers last evening by a social
affair in which the members joined
Caterer I red Schmid, assisted by
Louis Ihrig, spread a fine repast in
the dining room, and afterward games
ami other pastimes were indulged in
in the lodge room. The officers
I'resident H. A. J. McD inald.
Vice-President F. W. Wiesler.
Speaker Will Jnmtnn.
Secretary 1. D. Burgh.
Financial-Secretary I.. C. Pfoh.
Treasurer Horst von Kocckrilz.
, Usher M. J. Higgins. '
Sergeant A. W. Tanner.
' IMorkeeper F. Cv Hcmenwav.; ,
Trustees H. D. Mack. T. J. M
dill. Jr., W. J. Kahlke.
. ' A ui pi I sr.
Miss Anna Vogel was very pleas
antly eurprised last evening at hi -home,
Sll Nineteenth street, by
about fifteen of her friends, wh.
came laden with good thinrs. and at
about 12 o'clock a most delicious
spread was set by the young ladies
of the party. The evening w as most
pleasantly sient in singing, games.
etc., and at 1:3'J the surprisera dis
persed to their various homes, re
gretting much the flight of time.
An "At Home-
Mr. and Mrs. M. C Rice gave an
exceedingly pleasant .-at home"
urty last evening at their home,
10 Seventeenth, street. " About
twelve couples were present, and en
joyed one tif the brightest social
evenings of the season.
Milan. Dec. 12. Born, to Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Alford, on Dec. 4, a son.
Weight, nine munds.
Mis, Anna H. Morehcad is on the
George D. Medill is able to take
his place in tho store again.
Mrs. Joseph Haislip has been quite
sick with pueuinonia, but is gaining
Do not fail to sec tho little -Shaking
Quakers" and ' the Frolic of the
Holidays." at the town hall on Thurs
day evening., - ' : .. V -: . , ..
This is pretty wintry weather, con
sidering that yesterday, the 11th.
tho mercury was very nearly at 5;)
degrees above zero.
L. L. Wheeler and George T. Mc
Gee went hunting last Friday awav
linto Mercer county. They bagged
six quail and four rabbits.
. The town "hall has been undergo,
ing extensive ..repairs. . The.t walls
have lieen freshly" papered,' the
wood work painted, new scenery and
curtains for the'Vtage. and aome
other improvements, which will
make it very" much of an improve
ment, over me way it was.
Tha Wcatawr romeaat.
Fair today, probably followed to
night or Thursday by snow; warmer;
F. J. Walt. Observer.
Hard awd Hurt Coal Harfcof.
Tbe best in the market and at low.
cat pricea for December delivery, at
T II l-lli.l J
Ia where they
Are having the slipper sale.
Walker Waitaaid ta "Othello'
1 Latt Kvc.
tar. , . ,
. The gifted young tragedian. Walk
cr Whiteside.preeented Shakespeare's
wonderful conception, Othello" to
the largest audience of fhe season at
Harper'a theatre last evening. If
Mr. Whiteside had made frienda here
and in Davenport on the occasions of
previous visits, he strengthened and
increaacu the admiration previously
created by this artistic impersonation.
The reception accorded him waa such
a tribute as keen appreciation pavs
to genius. ' To the closeobserver Mr.
Whiteside improves ' at' every per
formance, and affords ', a steadily
convincing proof of the place be is
destined to occupy among the fore
most of American actors. His char
acterizations arc the product of care
ful study, and the application of his
trionic talents. Mr. Whiteside has
the advantage of admirable support.
John Sturgeon's lago shared the
honors bestowed, while Miss Lclia
Wolstan as De'sdemoniti was highly
acceptable. ' The other characters
were well taken. -
Actors have .often had to suffer
from the bad taste of friends and pat
rons, who offer some trilling civili
ties and expect a gratuitous cxhibi
tion in return. Such design,' are
sometimes pleasantly frustrated, be
it said to the credit of the actor.
Gna Heege was recently invited to a
dinner, and divining that he had
tieen asked for the special enter
tainment of the company, this young
comedian purposely remained as dull
and silent as possible. One of the
party finally losing all patience, cx
claimed: Come, Mr. Heege, when
do Toil intend to liegin to be comi
cal?" tiad," said the actor, rising
"I forget my foci's dress, but I'll go
and fetch it if you will lu my subsli
tute until I return." This was con.
sidercd very droll, but Heege never
came back." Mr. Heege comes to
the Itnrtis tomorrow night in Yon
CATS CAUSE DIVORCE.
Aw Aeramalatlon of Felines Separata
Coaple Married forty Teara.
Cats and clairvoyance are the reasons
given by Suaon Fntz of 46 Goffe street.
New Haven, for separating from Lis
wife- The couple v.-ero inarricd ia Iowa
about 40 years ago. Ten years ago Mrs.
Fntz developed a mania for cats. She
gathered in and cared for every stray fe
line she could find. Mr. Fritz trie;! to
escaps from them by moving to this city,
but she brought a crate of cats with the
Mr. Fritz is a woodworker. lie set np
a repairing shop on Winter street, aul
they lived ia the building until the con
stantly increasing number of cats around
the house caused the neighbors to com
plain, and they moved to Goffe street.
Mr. Fitz also has some inventions he is
trying to perfect, but the nightly uproar
by the cuts seldom allowed him to get a
night's rest, ami be was unable to work
Then Mrs. Fritz became a trance me
dium, and, her husband says, neglected
her household work to delve into tho
mysteries of the past, present and future.
She attracted attention by asserting that
Anna Orr, then missing from Bridge
port, was dead in a welL The girl's body
has since been found in a well in Fair
field. Mr. Frits could stand the fortune tell
ing, but he couldn't stand the cats, and
he finally declared that bis wife's pets
must all go. Mrs. Fritz demurred, but
her liusliand was firm. The cats went,
and so did the woman. Now Mr. Fritz
tieclnres he will apply for a divorce-
New Haveu Cor. New York Press.
Clarlatened In the Ferrl. Wheel.
One of the last occurrences on the Fer
ris wheel was the christening of two chil
dren of Mr. C R. Rhodes of Chicago on
tho last day of the fair. It was done
without the knowledge of the company,
which steadfastly protested against such
notoriety. The mother carried a chris
tening bowl wrapied in paper and her
2-year-old boy. A young woman took up
a bottle of water in a shopping bug and
bore the 3-month-old girl in her arms.
and the officiating reverend gentleman.
Dr. 13. F. r ox of Chicago, for once tlis-
creetly concealed his Bible in bis over
coat pocket Thus they passed the un
suspecting guard. The small boy was
christened Harold Wheeler Rhodes as th
car reached the top on her first trip. The
name or t erns liiiodes was bestowed
upon the girl as the wheel reached the
turn on tho second tnp. Chicago Letter.
pOR Two Cents (a
stamp) any reader of
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have a sample copy
of The New England
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a card to its publisher
at five Park Square,
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Marion Craw ford's books 75c
' each. ,
Ben Hur and Fair God 97c'
Scarlet Letter, House of Seven
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Uncle Tom's Cabin. 17c. Re
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1,00:1 volumes 12mo fiction,
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Good cloth binding 8c and 12c.
Children's highly colored pic
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Five hundred large Smyrna Rugs to be given away for Christ,
mas presents on Wednesday and Thursday forenoons from 8:8J
to 12 o'clock each day. Come in and get the rujs and get posted
on prices at which we arc selling Christmas goods.
The special prices which we name on cloaks and dress goods
make them especially desirable for presents. One dollar paid'
down will secure either a dress pattern or a cloak until Saturday
evening before Christmas.
The finest line of
Shoes that were ever
country. Here are
Men's Picadily Calf Blucher.
Men's Yale Cap Calf Blucher.
Men's Yale Calf Blucher.
Men's Yale Calf Congress.
Men's Yale Calf Balmoral.
Men's Columbia Calf Congress
and Lace. .
Women's Russian Calf Hand
Tamed Cork Sole Blucher.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
WHAT TO BUY-
ii mvajw naiu i iiiiwo
Buy useful Gifts Gifts
What could be more appropriate than one of those
beautiful Carpet, Sweepers ryour! choice 'of -12 different
woods; an easy Rocker, a Table, a Sideboard, ' a China . ;
Closet, a Dinner Set. a Hanging or Stand Lamp, a Music
Cabinet, a Desk, a Couch-or a l'arlor Suit,a Rug, a pret- Z
tr nnlr rf Prrt!orc Pnmf.1 n dtnol l' rJLi-1-
btove, a hard or soft coal
numerous to mention.
Ours is the place to get just what you want
Terms raw nt Cn;h l'r!r. '
G. o. :ti
C. F. DEWEND. Manager.
. Upholstering dom? to prdet-j
M awaaaaaxa m M ' A. Baakx Baaaa I HIVPn TTrtT-aD n . a-r
. . OIL,
BBBB) B OOO Barf
. . Dolls.
' Big 4ol!s. Ihtle dolls, aleeping
dolls, w ideawake dolls, dreaaed
lolls, an doUa haif dreaaed.
black doll, white dolla, dolia at
lc, dolla at 5c, dons at 8c, dolla
at 10c. 12c, 18c, 22c 25c, S2c
42c. 50c, 75c, 85c, 94e and tl-00.
The grandest line of dolls we
have ever ahown.
Our money haa done wondera.
cash is a great lever just now,
and we never before got such .
big value for our money as on .
the toys and jdoUs which we
shall o'pen np b Monday morn
ing. .We can't begin to enumer
ate; nearly a car load waa re
ceived on Saturday and all po on
sale at once as fast as they can
1724 and 1726 Second ave.
seen in'this part of the
a few of the different
Women's Cloth Top Hand Turn
ed Cork Sole Oxfords, just
the thing to wear with Over"
.Gaiters...- , ;... ., ; .r
Women's plain and Tip Hand
Turned Cork Sole Shoe, the
only shoe that will assure
dry feet, and lota of other
different styles, all of which
; can be had , in width from' A
to E, and all styles of Rub
bers from S to W.
CASH STORE, 1712 Second Avenne
era 4-- Dsair Tr- -
t( llV.lt. LW 1 3 V V l
uuio io tut piai tu uuy
that are lasting.
Heating Stove, many others too
1839-1811 Second Avenae
" f - OpenTTeaJngt till. 8 o'clock.'
No. 12981' ":
WHITE LSAD, ETC.