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THE ARGUSTTTXESDAT, FEBBTTABY 12, 1895.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
'The DerbT Mascot" tomerrow
The "Derbr Mascot at the theatre
The "Derby Mascot" at Harper's
tneatre tomorrow mgni.
Imported dress goods at nnheard-
oi prices at xonng & Mcuombs'.
Don't fail to read Jackson ft Hurst a
ad. if you hare money to invest.
Rer. H. C Marshall will preach at
the Aiken street chapel this evening.
Attend the embroidery sale and
save money at Young ft McCombs.'
Sleds! Sleds for boys and girl
25 cents and np at Young ft He
Copper-bottom wash boilers 49
cents. 49 cents, 49 cents, at Yonng ft
One month trial free. Tuition b
per month. Tri-City Business Col
Sheriff Hemenway took Albert Rey
nolds, sentenced to one year for big
amy, to Joliet this morning.
The next dance by the bachelors of
tri-city society will be given at the
Harper the evening of Feb. 20.
Arsenal Council, 171. National
Union, gives a social and dance at K.
P. hall in Carse block this evening.
Ten yards of good 1-yard wide mus
lin (all day) 46 cents at Young ft Mc
Combs1. Conwell and O'Day make their first
appearance with "The Derby Mas
cot" at Harper's theatre tomorrow
Henry Harrison and Louis Pfoh
are in Chicago, where Dr. Murphy
will operate on them for physical
Trinity Improvement guild will
meet tomorrow afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. F.C. Channon, 2515
Uus Johnson and Victor Anderson
obtained naturalization papers this
morning, renouncing their allegiance
to King Oscar II.
II. M.Gilchrist, or Gilchrist, is reg
istered at the Harper. Mr. Gilchrist
has been suffering with a severe at
tack of rheumatism.
Travel over the Rock Island
1ridge yesterday footed np: Foot
north, 320; south, 335; total, 655.
Teams north, 317; south, 313; total,
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets for sale on easy terms. See
adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
The "Derby Mascot" is somewhat
similar to "The Derby Winner" and
'In Old Kentucky," except that its
plot is better than either. The rac
ing scenes are features.
Orrin Leonard reached home today
from Marsballtown, Iowa, where
last Thursday night he suffered a
light attack of partial paralysis. He
is recovering nicely, however, as all
his friends will rejoice to know.
Mis Laf, Mrs. -Schmidt's trimmer,
leaves for Chicago tonight, where
Mrs. Schmidt will join her on the 23d
and then will go to Xew York, where
she will select the choicest pattern
hats and novelties for her spring and
Mrs. Genevra Johnstone-Bishop
will give a concert at Harper's thea
tre next Monday evening. Harper's
theatre should le full to hear such a
noted singer as Mrs. Bishop. Re
served seats Friday morning at Har
per house pharmacy.
A. W. Stephenson, machinist at
the Roi-k Island arsenal, received a
telegram this morning from Xew
Haven. Conn., announcing the death
of his father, aged 87 years. The fu
neral took place from the old home
stead. No. 320 York street. New
P. J. Purcell, an old resident of
Davenport, formerlv an engineer on
the R. I. & P.. and father of William
Purcell, a former citizen of Rock
Island, died Sunday night at his
home, 112 West Sixth street, aged 69
years. He was disabled several years
ago by a stroke ot paralysis.
A delegation of warring Rock Isl
anders and Molineites. savs the Dav
enport Times, called over there Sun
day night and were pummeling over
each other in a lively manner when
gathered in bv the blue-coats. They
registered as Charles Kroeger, of
Rock Island, who was lined 15 and
costs, ami Jules Clure and Paul Beg'
na, of Moliue, who. unable to pav i
fine ot $10 and costs each, languish
in the toils.
Billy Raynorc, one of the come
dians "of "The Derby Mascot" com
pany, is suffering with a peculiar
trouble. He blacks up during the
Highest Honors Worlds Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A rure Crape Cream of TtrUr Powder. Free
from Ammor.ii, Aiurn or any other adulterant
performance, and yesterday his face
and hands broke oat with an irritating
eruption. He has experienced notn-
ine of the kind before, and is in.
clined to think it is dne to the water
he used ia washing np after the per
formance. He placed himself nnder
Dr. Carter's care today.
Nicholas Ferkel had Frank Nufer,
a driver for the Rock Island Brewing
company, before. Magistrate be a roe
der yesterday afternoon, charged
with false accusation and abusive
epithets. The case was continued
until next Monday morning. Ice
trouble grows of Nufer's inability to
locate a set ol Harness, wbicn be dis
covered missing from his barn a few
days since. He concluded that Fer
kel was the guilty man, went to his
house, accuse! him of the theft and
demanded the harness, throwing in a
little strpng language as an accom
paniment. Ferkel tows ignorance
as to the whereabouts 01 tne missing
property, and wants the scalp of his
The Derby .Mascot," which ap
pears at Harper's theatre tomorrow
night, is said to be oneof the really
big melodramatic productions of the
year, in view ol tne tact that it car
ries all the appurtenances actually
necessary for the production of a
spectacular performance. In con-
unction with the herd of thorough
bred race horses, they have several
donkeys. The scenes, of course, are
decidedly sensational, as will befit
the country wherein they are placed,
and are of thrilling interest. The
play opens at the race track, Dallas,
Tex., on Derbv day. The rival can
didates for the race are in love with
Nellie Cheneworth, daughter of a
wealthy southener. Each desire to
win the event (the Derbv) in hope
of winning the more important prize.
tne 1 exan beauty. One 01 tnem re
sorts to villainy to secure his end.
and upon this simple story the plot
revolves. 1 be exciting event is the
race, and it is said to be the most
realistic ever presented on the stage.
A grand open air scene introducing a
high order of specialties is given as
an annex to the usual big racing
event. It is hardlv necessary to
state that the production will be
magnificently staged and that the
company will be entirely in keeping
with the remarkable production, and
includes Katie Rooney in a delight
fully quaint role, as well as an imita
tion of her father, Pat Rooney.
A well known New York bank
president was so much impressed
with "Men and omen, as a lesson
upon the evils of speculating, that
be bought seats for bis whole force
of clerks. A more forcible illustra
tion of the misery and ruin due to
this course of modern business life
has never been put upon the stage.
Messrs. De Mille and Belasco have
only to take the newspapers to net
tbeir facts lor this drama. This play
ill be the attraction at Harper's
theatre next Saturday night, by the
The Gorman brothers, of minstrel
fame, have made an instantaneous
success in their new musical comedy.
1 he iiiibooiys Abroad, in which
thev appear at the Burtis next Sun
day evening. The comedy is tilled
with bright musical gems, new
dances and entertaining specialties
of all kinds. The Gormans are a
host in themselves, and have a num
ber of new and clever individual hits
to offer this season.
Monday, Feb. 18, Lillian Russell
will make a notable production at
the Chicago opera house. The
sum ptous revival of "The Grand
Duchess, with which she has aston
ished the eyes and ears of all Chicago
at Mr. Henderson's popular theatre
duriDg the past fortnight gives some
intimation of the magnificence and
finish which will attend the revival
of Offenbach's other favorite opera.
"La Terichole." The entire company
of 110 people have been rehearsing
1'erichole for four weeks past, and
for the past fortnight Stage Manager
Max Freeman has bad them all. prin
cipals, chorus and orchestra every
day putting the finishing touches to
the preparatory work.
Tha Modera Invalid
Has tastes medicinallv, in keeping
with other luxuries. A remedy must
be pleasant! v acceptable in lorm.
purely wholesome in composition,
truly beneficial in effect and entirely
free from every objectionable qual
ity. If really ill he consults a phy
sician; if constipated he uses the
gentle family laxative Syrup of Figs.
All parties desiring to coast on the
Twentieth street hill may have the
use of Twentieth street from Eigh
teenth to Seventh avenue for such
purposes Tuesday, Thursday and
.Saturday afternoons from 3 to 6
o'clock and each night this week and
thereafter (except Sunday night) nn.
til further notice. An officer will be
present to keep order.
Ihomas J. medill, Jr., Mayor.
Just Ope ued.
Dress making parlors, 1611 Second
avenue, over tsailev a grocery store.
Fifteen years' experience in the east,
and now graduates of the Mme. Kel
log school, of Davenport. French
basting and matching a specialty.
Ladies, give ns a call.
Lawsox ft Stevens
Light snow today, followed by
clearing tonight and growing colder;
fair and colder Wednesdav; westerly
winds. Todav's temperature, 10
above. F. J. Walz. Observer.
Asthma h4 Bay Ferer
Ccredbra newly wfecorered trjattrenU Pant
ptale: lot menial sad r tara.ee free. Address
World's Dispensary Medical tcMciadea, Baff .lo
You can sare
six cents a can by using the
new' Horsford's Baking
Powder, because it requires
less quantity than any other.
BE TOC TX HIED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a rUuailoa
Want to rant noma
Waal a servant girt
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a hoase
Want to exchange anything
Waat to sell household goods
Want to make any ml estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to Bad customers for anything
USE THESE COLCHN8.
WANTED COMPETENT SERVANT, WITH
reference, at 919 Twentieth street.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework at TSS Twenty-lint street.
WASTED A COMPETENT BEOONO GIRL.
Apply of Mayer Bosecfleld. 1806 Seventh
AMANO-t LAD" MANAGER I NEEDED IN
each locality 'o superintend distribution f
our tee samples, books, picture card and circu
lar. Plea-ant position. Kays welL Send 10
rants to the Nyhan o 7S Vd avenue, De
troit. atl h , for samples, soap, etc . and receive
special offer to yon.
TWELVE DOLLARS A DAT TO AGENTS
ailing the Rojral white metal plater or tak
inr order for Ila In. T'ade eerete formula.
receipts. tc, f nrnish. d free. A g xd teentcaa
suae two to ssout pr ji-ar llb the Kosal
fater. For torm, etc , address Ora & Co.,
Plating Works. (Jolaa bar, Ohio.
WANTED A CAPABLE. EXEBOKT'C, RE
liable yoona- man. with from SMM to tuna
cash, rapital, to open a branch of oar bnoiurpe in
li oca inland. Bert of references require. If
yon bare the money and want a legitimate, pleas
ant ofltae easiness, send tu sour references and
state what basinets experience yon have had.
Address, Q. W. Borland, 13 Wabash avenue, Chi
cago. 7 Per Cent Loans.
as sari as
The following is a partial
list of completed gilt-edged
first mortgage loans on hand,
which we offer for sale, sub
ject to previous selections,
for their face and accrued
interest. These loans have
been carefully selected by
ns. and are first-class in
every respect. They are all
7 pes cent net to the inves
tor. We have many other
loans to offer, if these are
not in amounts to suit the
M W v V1UU1'
AaaawaC Ceat. Time.
2,200 7 5 yrs
800 7 S yrs
500 7 6 yrs
900 7 5 yrs
200 7 5 yrs
2,000 7 6 yrs
300 7 5 yrs
1,000 7 5 yrs
875 7 5 vrs
1,500 7 5 yrs
2,000 7 5 yrs
400 7 5 yrs
800 7 5 yrs
440 7 5 yrs
600 7 5 yrs
1,200 7 5 yrs
250 7 5 JTS
The securities we oner are
especially adapted for the
investment of savings and
trust funds, as our personal
attention to all the details of
the loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieves the hold
er from all annoyance except
to present bis coupon to ns
for collection. For further
information call at the of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. ROTH. Sunt. Loan Department.
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liqnors.
1816 and 1618 Third. At
John Volk 5c Co.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding. flooriDf, Wait
Up To Date.
Every idea about
building a stove to
make it better has
undergone a most
rigid test with the
If it is good it goes.
If it is of no value it
is discarded. That is
why we boldly assert
that Riverside Stoves
and Ranges are up to
date and every one is
sold under an ironclad
guarantee from the
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Put tip in fancy noses for
line trade at prices that are
way down. Don't forget
that we put np all onr own
fancy box candies and that
you will be sure of getting
Fresh and Pure Candies
when you buy them from
KRELL & MATH.
Isn't all alike, though most
folks would say so, there are
different grades. . It's - a
small thing but we are care-.-
ful about it. If there are
two qualities we always get
the better one for onr trade.
Home Hade Candies
KUL & HATH?
1716 sand 1718 Second JLw.
We want yon to call and see
the finest line of Candies in
Greatly Reduced Prices
CORK SOLE SHOES
BIGGEST BARGAINS ON EARTH AT
Mclflty re-Reck Dry Goods Co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world
Done With Inventory
And Stocks must be reduced too many Dress Goods.
100 pieces new Dress Goods at Special Cut Prices.
We mention 30 pieces of imported all wool Serge, full
line of colors, the nsnal 48c quality at 29c.
We also offer about 1,000 yards of Dress Goods in
wide variety of patterns, 5 to 10-yard lengths, the ac
cumulation of the past season, at just half price. All
goods plainly marked. Cut the price in two yourself.
Anyone buying Dress Goods in lengths of 7 yards or
over can buy: Best Kid Cambric, 21c; "best 20c
160 yards black Velvet. 25c.
250 yards fine fancy Taffeta Silks. 1. to 3-yard
lengths, $1, $1.25 and f 1.38 quality, reduced to 69c.
A Downpour in Umbrellas.
ISO plain and mounts bilk TJubrellar. big aesottment of iandles,
worth nn to f.1.75 piiee fall' We.
100 Vmbrellas. Congo and Wetrhsel stick, plain and (old mounted,
leg nt ai'k. worh op tofS.ea. price ent to SI. 63
60 gross best regetable iy -rjr Muttons, 8 dosen for 5c
Cashmere Gloves and Mittens.
15 dns-n Ladies' a id Children's Mittens, worth np to SHs per pair,
price cat to 10c.
Lad e-' co o red Cashmere Glove., worth np to SO: a pair, price cat to
S pair for 23c.
It Pays to Buy the Best
Don't buy a Range
Before you have see n a Buck's
G. CX HUCKSTAEDT
We close at 6:30 evenings 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Buck's Steel Ranges
Bakes quicker, bakes more evenly, has
greater capacity, uses less fuel, burns
coal or wood, and lasts longer than
any other style of Cooking Apparatus.
As there are so many imitations
time, patience and money to buy
Gloves ai Mens.
In onr Cloak Department to close out all lines of win
ter Capes and Jackets. It will pay well to buy at half
or less than half the usual prices. 50 Jackets added
to the 98c line. Values np to $?.
20 Walker & Lister Plush Jackets, worth np to $35,
broken line of sizes, price to close. $4.98.
10 dcien Ladies handsomely made wool Skirts,
must be sold this week, and prices drop from $1.68,
$1.79, $1.98, $2.25 and $2.S8 to $1.38.
Hosiery and Underwear.
Prices rnnch reduced. 10 doa n Misses' Cashmere note, seal garnet
and croinal. prices drop from 65c to S5c.
Chi is black ail wool Hose, worth up to &e per pair, 10c-
Ladiee' Oxford wool Hose. 30c quality. 3 pairs for iSc.
Ladle' $t Si a'l wool Vests and Drawers red need to SSC
I adirs' 7Sc gray ribbed wool Vesta reduced to 49c
Iaul-es' 9Hc wool ribbed Vesta redaced to b'J
Manr o her lines at cut prices to close.
Any comfort up to $i la vol ie. tots week's price 9r.
A tpiendid medium weight, ttrowa Mnilla. 10 yards for 49c
This is a Sacrifice Sale of most desirable Merchan
dise. We must have money and room, and cost of
goods does not figure in the reductions.
offered. It is a waste of
an inferior Range.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
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