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THE ARGUS, SATTJKDAY. JANUARY 9. 1897.
SACKS IN THE SHED
Police Search James McCaff
MOBE STCBM DRAIN DIE0L0SUBE8.
Wm Lod of I .per Bags l,sbelal
Mllwanloa Cement Fooi.ii at the Bonis
of a Man Who Kin ployed on the
Twpntv-fnnrth Street Job.
Another consignment of cement!
Rack" were nnettrtbed today on the
premises t,i Jams McCaffrey, one of
the men who mixed mortar on the
Twenty fourth street atorm drain.
There are about five hundred of
them, and with the exception of a
very few rre labeled Milwaukee.
Just before noon Chief Etr.eJ, Offi
cer Dumbaid and KaililT Reynolds
made a trip to the home of McCaff
rey, who lircs on the river bank near
the old abattoir, fouthwet of the
city, with the patrol wagoc. The
shed which they had been informed
coutaiurd the sacks was nailed up.
But it was broken intD and disclosed
row upon row of sacks, which were
piled into the patrol wapon and
carted to police headquarter, where
they were stored away iu one of the
Chief KUel is to make another trip
to the McCaffrey place this afternoon
to see If be can find any more sacks.
The Milwaukee sacks were packed
into the Portland saoks evidently to
cover up any suspicion which might
What Mrtir,fv Sajrt.
McCaffrey told the officers that fa
had hauled the sacks from the storm
drain to his h'-rce. but that he did
not detect any diffcretca in the
Basket ball tonight.
Leaf lard at (Jilraore's.
Call for union made cigars.
M. F. Bahusen is in Cuigago.
Bill li es and cases at Taylor's.
Pool balls and chalk at Taylor's.
Billiard chalk and tips at Taylor's.
The best broom Lee's Little Gem
Ten cent stent music at Taylor's.
Bargains in school books at Tav-
Copying and scale books at Tay
lor's. Carbnti paper and ribbons at Tay
lor's. Bargains in children's shoes Dol
Seu ad. of 11. I. & P. for termj to
T. J. Medill, Jr., has returned from
To Springfield via K. L & P. rail
$ 1 !). to Springfield and return via
the It I. ft P.
Thr. e 'rains to Springfield via the
B. I. ft P. railway.
Mr. and M--S H S. Cable went to
Chicago last, night.
Typewriter ribbons, the bct only
5') cents, at Taylur's.
Barnrs' geography and history,
Mond ha;.d. st Taylor's.
Furs -tt a big rednetion at the fur
riers T. Kithtor & Sons', Davenport.
Miss Clar:i Wolt Uiaun's kiniieigar
tcn roopeiis Monday morning at the
No 1 cehc.oi building.
Mrs. K. I'. Hubbard has reiurnsd
from CaieB'o, where she spent the
holidays wiih her folks.
John ByeTS now har charge of the
Dew Drop saloon on Seventeenth
street for W. I. stcphson.
Itn'pli Mottjeski, designing engi
neer oi the new Book island bridge,
was iu the city yesterday.
Tho Paul T. Wilkes Stock com-
pany 's ecgagenit r.t opens tomorrow
evening at Harper's theatre.
An opportunity in house furnishing-
Jee Msyr llosentield's ao
nouncement in Tun Anurs want ads.
Turtle soup and oysters on the
side at (Jus Eoglin's pisco tonight on
Fifteen! h street and Fourth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Thomas have
gone to Springfield to attend tho in
auguration of Governor-elect Tan
ner. Furs, capes and cloaks sold for
ball vaiiie at KicbteriV 6ons , Daven
port. The annual meeting of the teach
ers of fcnitt county is being held to
day, several attending from this
M. Levy & Srt are distributing
some neat souvenirs with the com
pUoMSta of the Pabat Brewing com
Miss Mary Costfgaa has returned
Hicntsi Honors World1 Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
torn Ainrsonu, Alum or any ether adulterint.
4 YSB5 THB STANDARD,
from Tiskilwa, where she was ca!ld
by the death of her step-faiher,
The stipe of water at the Bock Isl
and bridge this morning was 3 40
and stationary, the temperature at
noon being 36.
In Port Byron they are discussing
the postoffice question, too. E. B.
Stone has already announced himself
as a candidate.
Are you tired of game and pool,
try? Eat the T. C. brand of hams
bacon &,d lard. High grade, mild
cure, selected stock.
The quarterly meeting of the T.
M. C. A. will be beld Monday even
ing. A program will be given and
refreshments will be served.
Dr. Henry D. Steele, eye, ear, nose
and throat specialist. Glasses prop
erly fitted. Rosenstein block. Fifth
avenue and Fifteenth street, Moline.
Judge Thorpe, of Drurv, was in
town yesterday, and brings glowing
reports of everything in the lower
end so far as he has been able to ob
serve. For the inauguration at Springfield
the C, B & Q. will sell round trip
tickets for $4 9.5 between Jan. 9 and
11, good returning to and including
Paul B. Aibrecht. of Davenport,
was taken from Kingston's drng
store vfsterday afternoou by the pa-
lice, lie was suffering from an over
dose of morphine, of which he is a
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Deere and Mr.
and Mrs. William Bntterworlh, of
Moline, were passengers on tho Bock
Island & Peoria this morning en
route to Springfield, where thev 0
to attend the inauguration.
The Sheridan Cinb entertained
at progressive ciuque la9t e eiing.
Miss M dlie McEniry, of Moline, car
ried off the honors of the occasion,
while Miss Lottie Boscnfield, of this
city, captured tho consolation prize.
The ladies who attended the open
ing of the Daveoport cooking school
are greatly pleased with the thor
ough and varied course of instruc
tion offered and are charmed with
the teacher, Mrs. Conwell, of Phila
delphia. Maj and Mrs. C. W. Hawes. of
Fulton, will be in Bock Island next
Tuesday to attend the installation
and ball of C. W. Hawes camp 1550.
M. W. A. The major, as head clerk
of the order, wi 1 instill the officers
of his namesake lodge.
Frank MaggiaH, the New Orleans
billiard player, is expected at Cat
ton's White Seal academy tonight,
when the tournamentcpans. George
Sutton, the Canadian will arrive
M mday. Gallagher and Harrison
have aiready amazed many by their
wonderful mastery of the cue.
Avoid eating diseased meat
ho;r cholera, trichina and other dis
eases by insisting on having the T.
C. brand of cured and fresn meat
and lard. The government has pro
vided their abattoir with skilled vet-
et inaries who inspect all meats be
fore and after slaughtering.
mere will tie an organ recital at
Memorial Christian church Monday
evening by Harrison Wilde, of Chi
cago, assisted by . S. Hine, tenor
soloist of the first Presbvterian
liurcb, Chicago, and l)r Kulp, basso
of Davenport. Pastors of the churches
will give, upon application, a limited
numt'er of free tickets to grown per
sons of their congragations. A col
lection will be taken during the re
cital. Illatra Bases' Mu lie.
Frank P. Blair, the Crescent bridge
promoter, was in town last night.
He has been down east again in the
interest of h;s project, and savs all is
well. He still wears that roseate,
winniug smile which has captivated
aldermen and bewitched the general
public with his undertakings, de
spite the unfriendly gossip that has
recently been indulged in in the
three cities concerning the gigantic
s"heme with which the name of
Blair is associated. Blair's smile is
but the outward seeming of the in
Tho young folks of the Second
Bap-ist church hare formed aiite'rary
society, the officers of which arc:
President C.aronce Toliver.
Secretary William Taylor.
The society meets every Fiiday
evening at the church.
Jan. 7 Charles E. White to Cath
erine K. Hamm. lot 14. block 3.
Smith & White's add., Moline, $7.i.
8 Samuel A. Lynde et al.. to Wil
liam (Irote, lot 2, blocks, C. I-ynde's
add.. Hock Isiand, 750.
Kdward Wainwright to Henrv J.
Beale. part lot 12. and lots IS "and
14. block 2, town of Zuma Center.
William (,. Mjntjj.im-jry to D
Montgomery by heirs, ti and el swt
2(, lti, ;iw, ftl.
Tax Collector' Notice.
The taxes for l9i are now due
an! payable at the law office of
O. K. Cramer, 1713 Second avenue.
Brief last year's tax receipts
and avoid delay in searching for de
cri?tions. Hexbv Kkoeger,
Midi Par Coal.
Bids for famishing coal for the
court house heating will be received
by the undersigned op to Tuesday,
Jun. 12, at 9 o'clock a. m. Specifica
tions may be had on inquiry.
B I Kisser,
Fair weather and colder tonight
and Sunday. Westerly winds. To
day's temperature 32.
F. J. Waxz, Observer.
Via R. I. & P.
Tickets Sold January 9, 10
and 11. Good to Re
turn Ja..u .ry 12.
3 Three Trains Daily 3
(EXCEPT SUNDAY )
Rock Island.. 4:40 am 8:06 am 1:45 pm
Ar. Springfield 10:iam 4:00 pm l;Kpm
Lt. Springfield 4:00 p m
Ar. Bock Island 10 :ti p a
G. P. A.
Depot foot of Twentieth Street.
5 Cel Them Good I
That's what Ton might is
well do when buying gro
ceries. You may rely on
getting the best the market
affords when you order
4J jp He id Let'.cee, On'on.
F plnac 1, To oro-t.
i Wax Beae, Celery,
i Soop lianctef, Part'ey,
M Ca-lifl wer. Rfd ebea.
M D etaed T j'k-ya andCliiciena.
m Bn k and Canned.
Cat vr,np ,
aaaaai oranges, tsaouaa,
r.veryth'ng is frcsri. Our larce k
. salei enable us to turn our ntock of- 5
t.n anH h-ivrQ cr t tho K.nAiit 4
j HESS BROSj
1717 Second Avenue.
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BARNEY & BERRY
ltUft-1617 SECOND AVENUE.
TAKE the CAKE
itto w. rii1 ill) i m.j 1.
UADE by KR1.LL & MATH
to serve their New Year
Uue?ts with, in prefetecre
to all other. There ia no
one who knowa how to -hter
to m fastidiona tate more
than experienced caterers,
(iive ronr order now and
we will send anything rea
Ice Creams, Fr It Ices,
And in Cakes and Pastry
you can have nnrth 1 you
i-h for; and all in tin for
your New Year "Lay Oat."
KRELL & MATH
PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE.
Phone 116 171S-1714 .Ksoumt Arc
Don't forget to present your
friend with a lorely box of
delicioUK Ilou Bun or Choc
olates we ha-e them nice
BBBKI 1 .4. K
Let s Make 97 Hum!
Overcoats, worth tl' at
Overcoats, worth ftl 3 50. at
Overcoats, worth il. at
Overcoats, worth f22 at
Children's Snita. worth f2. at 1 1 88
Children's Suits, worth at 1 95
Children's Snits. worth (4 -5 at 2 55
Heavy Woolen Socks, worth SOc. at . 10c
Extra Woolen Socks, worth 5c. at 35e
Eckharfs Clearing-up Sale
OF ODDS AMD
One lot of Ladle Wool Hot at One lot of Boa Writing Papor. On lot of Scisaora. dlffMt
half price as long a th-y last. ?4 enrelopea and 24 ahetis ol pa- ai.aa. worth 1.. to , cltarlsig
16- per. worth fOc. ap price.
One lot of Met' Wool Hom at
half prlct. All ai Chair Seat. du"1 '"tkiBf ovory
... lady oocbt t( bav. only
SBSJaaBl ' JOe
One lot of Men s 8oapnderr. One lot of Ladle' Watch Chains. One lot of Fancy Crewm Pitebora.
10' worth fl.ft) joar'chcioa,
One lot Of Celluloid Frames. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.a,
worth 10 to lfte. all go for One lot of Stick Pins, worth 10c, "M io1 " . n'I1
wori U ilOr.
Be BSal e 17
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These times is quite an occupation. One of the
is always to trade with
1 COMFORTABLE COUCHES
Clemann & Salzmann.
THE LEADERS IX H KMTI RK.
I T is, as always, our determination to Increase our business from year to year. We fully
JL appreciate that where the general cry is Hard Times" it will require a greater effort
on our part to accomplish our aim than ever, ard we arc not goirg to lose any tim in
bringing about the necessary result. With th- b-giniog of the new ear we tart the
hum in order to make '97 a hummer, ro here goes
Shirt WaleU. worth 25c. at 15c
hbirt Waisis. worth ftOc. a. v.'x
Shirt Waists, worth 75 ud ftl.00 at ftos
MtN'S bTIFF HATS.
Mn's Stiff Hats, worth a- 7ftr
Mn's M'.iff Hats, worth t at ... yc
Men's Stiff Hats, worth fz.frO. at tl.4
This is going to be the Banner Year fur us
to you the profit and mre to. Call early
Are not always as easy to obtain as you' may imagine. Our line ?
is something superb. We make a specialty of them, both la price
and style. In other lines, too, we are top notchers. Our array of J
Parlor and Bed Room Suits is not to be outdone in this vicln'ty.
A wise m in always buys whre he csn save, even thot gh it Is but Jj
a dollar or two. The place you can do this is at our (tore, We S
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been in the business long enough to know where to save
you money and we do It.
as far as sales g . even if we
best rules to follow
Mr Havv '.aaeitiicre Stnu.
worth - Mi. at $4 40
A whole lot erf tbm. ail alsSM thw SBw
GLOVES. CAI'S, ETC.
(. - rf. and Mltteea at redored prioee.
Cp at, d t adn wat at reduced prloea
hi' i ' Jackets away does.
REAL GENUINE BARGAINS
We never had a many Inln'-nsaaata,
ra.. sretaaiae '.ar,-a.r.. to offer aaaow.
have to ve