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Detective's Story of a Fool and
IHE BUSINESS MA3TS SLT GAME.
Be Wanted a Partner and 11: red Ictcrt
Ives to Shadow the TounR Spendthrift.
Some Sulieequent Developments That
Surprised the Bawksbaw.
ThLa is a story the beginning of which
dittos back more thnn live years.
Oae day the detective K-.ns seated In his
office, gnnrdud by the double doors and
thick walls that deaden The scen-ts tvhia
perol to the sleuths, when the colored boy
who guarded the door br.iiifrht in a card.
It bore the uamo of a man wpII known In
business circles, one who lind taken iirt in
various movements for the bi-tternient of
the whole population and who h;ul some
reputation as a church worker.
Tho detei.'tive was secretly flattered to
receive a call from the prominent person,
and he wondered what the ase would to.
The well known business ninn seated
biinself and after plancing around to make
sure that he would not be heard said: " I
have coino to ask your services in a iniit.fr
which concerns me gns:tly. I'll 1 l.Kcf
about it. As you probably know, the hou.se
of which I am tho head is jue of the old
and reliable institutions of the town and
enjoys a reputation for honesty and fair
dealing. We wish to hold that reputation.
I pin very much puzzled as to what is my
duty reiar ji:i an offer recently made to
me. Yc.u have probably heard of a young
man named Delancey li:trnet. His "father
died nbout kix mouths ago, leaviujr the
yoiini; mini a larfre sum of money, as much
ns fsuO.OMO, I have lieen tohL"
The detect ivo notldetl and said, "I think
It is fully that much."
"Now, the friends of this younjrman are
very anxious that ho should emliark in
business. They realize that many tempta
tions surround a young mun who has
plenty of money and nothing to do. I may
tell yon, in fact, that I am in receipt of an
otTi r to put a.'kiO.OOO of this young man's
money into my business. He Is to become
my junior partner if we can nree on
terms. You will nnderste.nd why I nm
anxious t. know all alHwtt him. l'le:ivo it
In your hands to Investigate his conduct
fully. Of late I have heard unfavorable
stories concerning him, but I wish to do
him no injustice byncrej.t'.n;?mcre rumor.
What I wish to know particularly is wheth
er he drinks or gambles. I v.ant you to
watch him to see if ho has any notion of
the value of money. Let me know who his
associates are. Give me fuil information
as to how ho spends his evenings."
The detective had attended tn many anch
eases before, but it was seldom that he saw
such a good fee in prospect.
Ko set his liest men on the track of De
lancey IJarnet. Tho "operatives" who
worked on this case had to lie well dressed
and showy fellows who couid follow the
gilded Mr. Unmet to his various resorts
without attracting suspicion.
They liegan to send in startling reports
ns to the assortt d night frolics of the young
On Monday young Mr. IJarnet would go
to tho !Kiroom and loso J-.'.VI, after which
he would go to a swell hotel for dinner, ne
comrianicd by several polished blacklegs.
In the evening he would attend the the
ater, and after tho theater he would go to
a fancy restaurant and pim-haso ninny
bottles of wine for sonio obscure stage
women and an assorted lot of worthless
men. At a lato hour he would be taken
homo in a cab.
For Tuesday he would perhaps vary the
programme by losing his money at a poker
game, and tho night's carousal might be
transferred from the fancy restaurant to
the private flat occupied by one of his nu
merous acquaintances, and, after lieing
loaded into tho cab, he might go to a
Turkish bath house instead of his own
Taking one day with another, it was a
story of reckless expetidittireand the crim
inal waste of money. Young Mr. Uarnet
loaned largo sums to cheap adventurers.
He gambled with sharks, anil any one
with u clear head and half an eye would
have known they wore shiirks, and clumsy
ones at that. Valuable jewelry was lav
ished on tho coarse women who joined in
the nightly orgies. "Delancey, old boy,"
was the pet of tho half criminal set that
tries to loiter along with respectables, and
all joined merrily In tho fleecing of the
The reports which were forwarded day
by day to the staid old luisiness man prov
ed conclusively that Dehineey Uaruet was
n amiable and good hearted young man
who had not tho slightest trace tif business
It was shown that he yielded easily to
temptation, drank immoderately, squan
dered his money with i'Wic enthusiasm,
and, under the impression that he wns to
be a tuan about town, chose for Lis aseoci-
TOE ErSEfESS MAT? TIfTTSTTfE PETECTIVE.
ates the Cashy hangers on of the theater
and the race track. "
He was of so little consequence that the
real gamblers would not tolerate his soci
ety except when they were systematically
getting his money away from him.
As the damning rvports accumulated tha
detective used to read them over and say.
"This fellow would make a good businea
partner for our old friend "
For nearly a month the detective ir.ad his
men shadowingthe spendthrift, and at the
end of that time they had submitted suffi
cient evident to forever Imr young De
lancey from the society of civilized beings,
white, black or Mongolian.
The pious old gent ieman who had em
ployed the agency sent word that he had
received all the information lie desirtsd.
"Well. I should say soV' remarked tb.
detective when ha read tha letter, and ha
ecnt ont an order calling his men OS the
About a week after that. In picking np
his paper one morning, the detective was
surprised to see a paragraph announcing
that Delancey Barnet hod become a part
ner tc the great concern bearing the name
of the "well known business man."
That set him to thinking, and after he
had thought for awhile he was surprised
for his previous stupidity.
He had supposed all along that the staid,
elderly bulwark of trade wanted a part
ner who was sober, industrious, watchful
of details, regular in his habits and frugal
In the expenditure of money.
He now realized that perhaps, after all,
there would be some advantage in having
partner who could put in J 300,000 and
'rEL.XCET, OLD COT."
then go off on a continuous spreo without
leaving any one behind to watch his inter
ests. The later experience of tho junior part
ner proved this was a fact.
"Delancey, old boy," found the pr.rtner
ship nrriiiigement most agreeable. I!e had
no duties to rform.
He could have money whenever he want
ed it. The story of getting the moneyed
man Into the game and then "freezing him
ont" is always long and tortuous, ami
there is no nei-d of going Into details.
Suffice to say that after four years the
senior and junior partner had a settle
ment, as a result of which IVlanrcy retired
with a remnant of his original capital,
leaving the sturdy old business man with
a higher rating at the commercial agencies
than he ever had before.
No one says that the senior partner
cheated. He simply com-hukd that if a
young man wanted to pet rid of his money
ho had Iiettcr put ct least twit of it into
some good business enterprise and leave it
Delancey is struggling nlong on the
meager income from some property which
is eo tied up that he can't sell it.
TREED BY A GRIZZLY.
A Teteran Hunter Telia This Story For a
. "When I came out toCalifomi:'. in isr..".
there were hundreds of grizzlies in tho red
woods nloti3 the Russian ntul American
rivers. That reminds me of ,1 funny ex
perience of mine. I was green and fresh
then, even if I hud lieen in the w.ir. One
morning I was out alone f.ir thvr in the
Lake county foothills when I sr.w a whop
ping big grizzly way up on the side of a
mountain. I vent right nfrer it. without
realizing the ri :k. I crept cautiously up
the mountain, keeping out of .sight of the
liear as much ns possible. I got within loo
y.inls of him, and, taking careful aim just
at the buck of the shoulder, I let drive.
The bear fell at the crack of the gun, but
wns on his feet again in t;n instant and
came tearing down the mountain in a bee
line for where I stood. My ride was
a muzzle loader, and I bad no time
to reload. I was not half so anxious to
kill the liear as I was to save my own ba
con. A tree stood lielow me, and without
stopping to measure its size or to consider
what sort of a place of refuge it was I
sprang to it and went up like a coon chas
ed by n pack of hounds. I had reached the
branches, nbout ten feet from the gronnd,
and had not yet thought of looking down,
when I heard tho lear scratching at the
foot of the tree and imagined lie was com
ing after me.
"Well, he didn't come, and when I had
climbed nlK.iit as high as I could get I
straddled a limb to uwait developments.
The grizzly stKl on his hind legs, scratch
ed and growled and snarled, while my
heart was right between my teeth, I must
"After an hour, when the bear calmed
down, I felt easier. I thought thejx-ar
would soon get tired of keeping watch
and would get up and go away. He did
nothing of the kiud, however, nnd hour
after hour I sat there in that tree watch
ing the liear. My situation liegan to grow
desperate. Xiht was coming, and al
ready I was so stiff from my imsition that
I could scarcely move. Something must
be done, and it hud to be done mighty
' My rifle lay on the upper side, and the
lietir was Mow the tree. 1 rlimbed down
to the lower branches, and, breaking off a
few of the small, r limbs. I threw them
down on the liear. He did not move. He
was asleep, I thought, and now was mv
time. Carefully nnd still as death I slid
down the tree until I was within six feet
of the ground, when I sprung on the up
per side, grabbed my pun and ran like a
6cared coyote to some rocks ulKjut 00 yards
hen safely liehind the rocks, I peeped
I he bear had not moved. Then I
Kinrl.il my gun, and, drawing a careful
bend, with a dead rest over a rock, I shot
the brute square between the eyes. Still
he did not move. Again I loaded my rifle,
cocked it nnd walked cautiously toward
the bear. A hen close enough, I picked np
a wile ana struck him with it- He did
riot seem to mind it. Then I mustered
up courage to go near enough to poke
him with my gun. He was as stiff as a
poker and had lieen dead for hours. I had
lieen in the tree all day, treed by a dead
liear! Oh, I was an awful green tenderfoot
A Saloon In a Churchyard.
The strangest saloon in the world Is
tavern in Hemlon, a London suburb. It
stands in the center of an old churchyard,
and oncient tomlwtones surround it. It la
many hundreds of years old and is the only
licensed Leer saloon in the neighborhood
ot uie graveyard.
Babies Pled cad Far Food.
Unborn babies in India are sometimes
used as SPcuritv for deht. When the father
I of a family is obliged to b-irrr.w money to
defray the expenses of his daughter's wed
ding, be will pledge her llrstborn sun as
Negroes at Griffin, Ga., have been excit
ed recently over what purported to be a
eery .f a letter written by ChrUt and dis
covered by a T-ycar-cld child under a Mrs
opotamian rock t y.jars after the crucifixion.
ORCHIDS GUARDED BY ODORS.
a-wattB wortrt a Fortune That K
Wa Able ta Appraach.
There died about a year ago a famous
orchid hunter named Fostennan. But
before he died he told of a wonderful
orchid which he said existed in Brazil,
and which it had been the ambition of
his life to secure.
Lauding on the coast of Brazil, a few
dogreea south of the equator, he met a
native chief, who told him of a "village
of the demon flowers" to the westward.
Further questioning convinced him that
the "demon flowers"' were orchids of
the rarest and mast wonderful kind, so
he decided to find this Tillage At aht
. He had traveled through forests about
sis weeks and was calculating that in A
fortnight more he would be in the neigh
borhood of the "village of the demon
flowers, " when, one afternoon, three of
his forward guards threw np their arms,
aud, with a cry, fell senseless to tho
lie had noticed a peculiar, sickening
odor pervading the heavy, heated air,
aud quickly gave the order for the other
men to advance with caution and drag
back tho three fallen ones from the spot
where they lay.
They did so, and, returning, reported
that they had seen through tho forest a
little farther on the vast "village of
the demon flowers."
Accompanied only by his Portuguese
interpreter, the orchid seeker started
forward, their mouths aud nose muffled
aa a safeguard against the awful odor.
They managed to reach the spot where
the three men had been stricken down,
hut could go no farther.
They could see, 100 yards ahead of
them, a great mass of orchitis. , Trei-s,
undergrowth and everything wero load
ed down with them. They were of hues
more brilliant than ho had ever seeu or
dreamed of teeing.
But, like a barrier, the wall of awful,
sickening, overpowering odor rose be
The ina.su of brilliant orchids might
have been a mirago painted on the
clouds so far as reaching them was
concerned. The "village" was perhaps
an aero in extent, and ilm Iwn mmln n
K'ouiplete circuit of it, but everywhere
rose the awful odor.
The odor was simply the perfume of
this vast mass of orchids. It is a curious
lact that, though many orchids aro al
most scentless, tho handsomest ones
have a most unbearable smell. San
Wltaeasee Who Sea Through Glaaa,
"It is curious," says a Maine lawyer,
"how prevalent tho notion is that a per
son cannot testify as a witness in court
to anything seen throngh glass. What
would you do with all the folks that
wear spectacles and see everything
throngh glass?' asked a Maine judge
not long ago, referring to this notion.
If the glass through which an action or
event was seen was wavy, so as to dis
tort the apjH-arauce of objects, that fact
might nowadays raise a donbt as to the
reliability of the evidence, but amid not
exclude it. The prevailing notion doubt
less bad its rise in very aucient days,
when all the glass in u.c for windows
was very much warped and blurred.
Such glass may he seen a single pane
of it iu theoflico of the little hotel in
Camhridgo village, framed aud kept ni
A relic. Where such material was iu
use it is little wonder that a witness
was prevented from testifying as to
what he saw through it. It was in com
mon use in England at the titno of the
settlement of Xew England, and natn
rallyin the early homosof thiscimtinent
it was the b-st that could he had. But
such a rule where modem glass is in
common use would bo nonsense.'
Lord Palmers ton and the Turks,
In regard to the Turks themselves,
may I venture to observe that the gen
ius of their manners and conversation
is that of yielding everything at first?
They begin by saying, 'Good ; yes. ' Hut
when you come to tho matter in ques
tion and to its details you will lind all
those lino expressions mean nothing.
Like all people in a weak sisinoii, they
respect you according to their opinii.li
of your force. If, however, you wish
that force to have a p"rui:inent influ
ence and to be unaccompanied Ly dis
like, you must blend its x"rcie with
justice; and, if yon wish to arrive at a
quick result through all that nmbnseado
of intrigues and doubts aud f'-ars and
prejudices which will lie sure to lie se
cretly formed nsriinst if, yon mnst toll
the Turk what he is to do. why he is to
do it, when he is to do it and show him
that you only ask qnietly nnd reasona
lly what you have a right to demand.
In this way, and this way nhme, you will
do business Willi him. If he soca you
act thus, he will not only agree) with
yon, but rely ujion you. Lord Falmer
Bcatlea'a AraWia Balva
The treat eive ia tha world for
oats, brniset, sores, ulnars, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, ohapped
hands, chilblains, corns and All skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It ft pnar-
auiewi io give priws uiikuob, or
money refcndeVt. Price 3i enta per
bix- Foraaie bv Harts Ullemeyar.
Khaamatatsa Cora la a Oaf.
"Myrtio Car." for rheumatism
and neuralgia caret in 1 to 8 days.
Its Action upon the system ia re
markable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the ranso, and tha
disease immediately disappears. The
6rt dose prestly relievos, 76 cents.
Sold by Otto firotinn. drnrpist, lW;k
Island, and Gust bchlezul & "on, 220
West Second atreet. Davenport.
The staiidmd dollar waa anthorizeu
fry act of congress Feb. 8, 1HTB, ami
toinage was begun in the same yeur.
Children Cry for
ID YOC EYKR suffer from real ner
vousness? w hen every acrre seemed
to uuiver llh a uocnliar. rnwnr
fecilnj. first In oce place, and then anotoer
and all seemed finally to concentrate in a
writhin; juml.lc In the brain, and you be
come Irritable, fretful and pecvisn; to be
followed by an impotent, trcakened condi
tion of the ncrro centers, nnpias la the
cars, and sljcplcs. tuisrrablc mpl.ts
Sirs. Lupcne Pcarles,
110 Slmouton Ft, Elk
hart, Ind, says: "Ner
vous troubles bad rcade
toe nearly insane and
physicians were unable
to hein me. Hi v Krmnrr
was almost gone and every little thine
worried me nnt:l I was almost distracted.
I really feared I was beranune a maniac I
Iniacincd ail sorts of evil things and would
cry over nothing. I commenced latins Dr.
Miles' llostorattvcNcrvlnoaud four buttles
of this wonderful remedy completely cured
tne. and I am as well now aa 1 ever was.'
Dr Miles' Nervine is sold on guarantee,
first bottlo will benefit or money refunded.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability And
beauty excelled by none. This
etono does not wash or color tho
wall with Alkali, etc Flan sent
as for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returnod
promptly At cur expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. A Q. R. B.
Trains No. 6 arid 10 will stop
and let visitors off end on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any sizo desired.
Samples of Stone And Photos of
Buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell Lyndo's build
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona, 111.
I jt woman's!
! 'rv I PLEA, i
A Tnotfatitin of .MfKT re.
f err 'Ttcut Indie, anvinns for the welfare tiff
T. afl.avl kaaa: D. aa! avbrt Sa4
for ua Ollv. u4 Ktru. Ta' Tan
I. -natit n. fraai Ik. aqi at UK raa aa ti I at
I aai .all aM tranr
BHa. A. a 1'KES, Brttran, W. Va.
f FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
trreenlaritiea. dtarttamrtrata. of n,i.
j lure can le positively cured at home t.r.
Wild live-i,.,,lK. l-:.nv and Mvrtlef
.T.mic-tnkrn to rive atrrnrlh and vigtie
f I'rtccSl each. f
JaI communities hold thoae who afteri
T vrars of rnrelH-re1 anffennv hav .l.nT
a.lon-d hoiie ant! 1rl lifr slippine nwav
'SwhlMI, l-n. tin G ... b. m. .
Alt-en th'tuaaml that time rmilir, he v. J
'rmtored. Little eirtii. otiak mull, T
I'ermnnent relief. 4
iQAMPI PC. of 'he retmslira. an1 a.
f M LCJ rrrnttsr. that every lail . f
-V. 1 . r-wv-- i V
Mas. M. J. SnrwT. Apent,
lllf Tklry-asrarUSA Kockla!aa4
I BILIOUSNESS la caused by tor
Ij.id iiver aud i.roducea headache.1
Alizzincsa,los of appetite, disgus J
rior looa. coated tongue, conat-ipa-s
Ition, and r ilWs frer if neglect !
ted. POSITIV OUU la found lo2
f Krs O. C TnjiTEB. of Arta, Ioa-aJ
tntea: " I have takB Dr Ray'a PoJ
tvati.r fmCoaatipaUoa akBiUOVaM
NESS. a:.d -iLun .rt n ii,e ba.1 of aat-f
, 1 ..mi i i n.j . iwnvniar vwiai
pi'T orurriars aie.a . aw ii tw. or sen'i
ir.a t tr. S. J. Kar Jtadlcal Co
Omiha. N' h. heaa atarr.n torFarEE
"m&ti Vta,MC JlAtA'.aSW .
T. IL THOMAS. Sole Afcrent.
A Handso.-naj Complexion
is one of th creau-4 rharnaa a womaa eaa
rmsrsa. i'guusi tUiaruiliai iVVbaa
. rKEE. i,KmtaT $t 4
...iisii.uiin.. ar IM1S .
MLDTCAL ASSH A fE f
Kftataof Aaraxlaa Tkoratoa. Siciaaad.
, V.l,r1Kl TU1 haaa aopnteaen i tar.
,w,i' a laaianaant of Ainasiah
,,..V.. i a. anra, crvaa . aura
" " "JJU Wear betora tha rotiaty rm X of
. . a, ins. omia ,wj uw r ia or
said eourt. hi the elty of Moeh Iaa, at ih- o-
frmw, l.n. . u . u
Beat, at which time ail perron, havlnc . lalaaa
attend tot the purpoisr of fcaviac th. aaa ad
ll S!'" h1 ar.,, M
erring. ' c m -
Dated tkts SSth day of Aaeaf, A. P,l-ts,
J. ataaa. Caec. .
Estate of Patrick McDonald, deraawed
The aadarairaea haalac fc.ua nutaa,. .
rut of the last will asd tartaaii ut at m
Donald, lata of the eoantv of Knek l.wa
of lUlaola, deceaecd. herrky rtrea rot Ira uw aho
a ul appear before the eoaatr eoan of hack
count T, at the oflre of the clerk of aaud en ft. la
t Se elty of Hock Llano, at the Xnn mim t leraa, ast
tte Srat Honda r In Komirwrneat, at arhlca ttaae
a 1 perron, havinr claim, acainat aald aatat. aro
notified aad roqaeabrd lo attend, for tha lini.iina
of bavtna the eaaie adtuatod.
All person. Indented to said eatata itt re-
J seat d to aaaka Itnaadlaio payaaest la U.. aa
etrlfaod. vaica tat ' day or iimt. a. n, isa
Bbidsev MclMmaLa, liat.irta.
Katate of Thoraaa S. MUvta, dr.ee. aatd.
Tho BBderplgeed havinr heeo apnoliitod orat'B
ratratnt. of the rotate of Taoaaa. S. ailrla, tat. af
the eoantv of Rorh 1 aland, isai. of nilnol.. Oa-
otaaad. hrnhy eia aotiea that tboy will ai-noar
oetore ine enuuiy enr.n or kotb leawa ones
t. at the ofr.ee f tho clerk of aald onart, la
the city of Rock lal.nd. at the thrtohar U-rra. aa
Ul. Srat Monday tn October, neat, at arkljh tlma
ail person, lisvtnc claim, araraat eaid oa
late are notMed and reiaattsl tootteM foe the
pnrnorw of hartnc the ram. adlaatad.
All paraon. Inoeht-d to aald atala are rot) Boat
ed to auk laaaediata paraent to tho auder-
Hated this 13th day of Ancoat, A, D. ISM.
Uocft & Dotjona,
Kepreaentlng among other time
tried and well known Fire Insur
ance Companies the following:
KnrbterGermaa In. Co..
W.-.trhe.ter Fire " ..
BalT.lo tirnaan ..
f t rlnr -11100 .,
.Bocbeoter. W T
...... New York
....ftufaio, 14 T
rrona, I u
New llamuahlre . Manrheetar. N It
Milwank.ee htochaalc - aUliwauaao. Wlo
aeeBnty " Mew lUraauCoaa
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second Ounr.
J M. BUFORP.
Tba old Fir. and Tluo-tticd
Losses Promptly Piid.
Rates aa low aa any rellahle' coapaay eaa aforl ;
Tour patmoage ia nhcidod.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tonr PatroAajre la Solicited.
OfflOw 1820, Second At.
GET THE BEST
! ' Heating.
1 i Sewer Pipe.
In AJi Work Ovju-Aa'.eod.
HOt TUiai) AVEKUB
riroouct I 1 "w"i gA 3
IHL aaokE "" ' Lyat rjaar. VA' I
It. nl alvaod ar r rrl ' VWaf
mosia S rrn.aaaai. fmimarr. I aWahBaBT.
N-.snv lna.H. a-.i f - I
W'awina lav-aafst an 4 aU i. of oVlfotaaWor
eaas bk! IMirmun. lUoloraa tstmt Vilalltr.
Fr anS faoinr Mmnrr. WaMa . laraHitr
"l ermimirion. (una to all at a rat l Inaiat
mlilTliKT4I.KMDn. t an a wret-l I.
iwwtwrw. fir mail Alaoav awkairaoraia
w m i'rin.w urn a. aro or StanaatA
tho Mmrr, firi-alar Frar. Adlraaa
CAUiUCT MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. IX.
rar aata try warataa
I'll. a i it r. araawlat..
for Ferity . aad for improvaaaawt of tho eoaa
plrrloa aot hing tani'i roraosrf'a Powvn