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THIS AKGUS. TUJESDAW JANUARY 17. 1893.
vm Chat. , f
Snto'lto Krel! A Mth forlfyooicook-
Of stera by the dish or cn t Krell &
-ftoftchtag kt the Aiken itreet chapel
Wanted A. cook and second ;. girl, at
Ttt9 Weal End Improvement associa
Swstoeeta tomorrow evenine.
A welcome event the specul panU
aafe. At Simon & MosenfeldeiV.
B. Roy Bowlby returned this morning
4aoa a business Uip to Chicago.
C W. Baltraud.cf Atlanta, G.. is in
4ae etty on a abort visit to friends.
Why go home to dinner when you can
a nice lunch at Kreil & Math's.
-Wncle Tem'i Cabin." the greatest
aawpany on the road, tomorrow nigbt.
Books Dosrtd up, balanced, eU:.. by ac
"WTitaoJL City reference. E. D., this
A DEPRAVED YOUTH.
j. 8. McCafce Is erecting an artistic
awaa entrance o bis store on Second
wvenae , .
J. W. Whiteside, prominent citizen
J Cordova township, ia in the ci'.y domg
P. Normand, of Port Byron, paed
ttoovgh the city Us; night on hia way to
Tfebravka on a visit.
MBncle Tom's Cabin" with all it ori
jenal ebarticter'stica aad effects, at Har
ass' theatre tomorrow night.
For-rent An 8-room bouoe. No. 767.
Bit, street Apply to William McEoiry,
Mitchell & Ly tide's building.
Rot coffee, tea or chccelate by the cud
mi lnveiy French or plain roils witb
em pie or puff at Krell & Math's any
CvercD'tts! Overcoats!! Ovtrcoitt1!!!
3&g. going, going kw enough to buy
for next wiate.-, it Simon & Mosen
8rod your orders for game. fish, lob
(ers, clans, utieil ami or.sed oysters to
lf'7 Sdivthn'., 1819 Second avenge
Mlinf will have a ppecial sc ool elec-too-
oa Siturdiy, Jn. 28 to choosa one
three sites presented for tbe location
i the new HiU school.
This evening the meeliag of tri-city
-mnmittees is to be held at tbe H rper
ftowe to consider tbe tnttter of a joint
aahibit at the "World's Fair."
The Adams Express company is dis
tributing a neat chart showing tbe new
points reached by tbe company in asutn
fg tbe express business on tbe C, B. &
At 2 50 pants worth up to $4. ta
$A paots worth up to $6 50. at Simon &
Moeeofelder's special sale. D not blame
tbem i? you come too lite. N .-w ia the
Miss Catherine Koueb, stenographer
to Jackson & Hurst, has been confined to
fct home several weeks with malarial
fwr, but is reported to be on tbe road to
Tbe contest for adjutant general of the
aUte militia seema to bave narrowed
down to Ma. John McFadden, formeily
f Cambridge, and A'frei Orendorff, of
Misses Ktlly and Stiale, fashionable
dressmakers, over J. T, Noftsker's hard
ware store. Work done at reaa mabl-i
awkes and guaranteed to be first class
8ive c a call. Do not forget the nnm
ter. 303 Twentieth street.
Many wifescres were agreeably snr
pristd yesterday when ibey bought
82 50 pants at Simon & Moseiifelder'e.
They bhd no idea that bimon & M sen
elder meant to give all-wool, warranted
sot to rip, pants at that price.
v,ap'.. jonn u uonnor nas received a
aaouvuing card from Siivanna. III., an-
eancing the death of Mrs. Elizabeth
Cooper. Mr. O'Connor states that "be
kaova no one by that name. It may
pewiblj have been intended for someone
tee in tbe city.
And now come "Dr." William Boehme
jmd "Irish Mike," who claim their share
f credit for putting out tbe fire that
voused George Kiine so rudely from bis
bed. Despite George's i Aorta, tears still
well up in h a eyes wnen he contemplates
!is ruined couch .
Edward King, a former re-ident of
Reynolds, died at MiUn on Sunday
naoroiog at 3 o clock. "8ged 73 years. H
was an old resident of the county. Tb
sneral occurred from the residence of
9. R. Daxon this mnrntog at 9 oVIork
h in'erroeLt being madoat Reynolds
Jerome King, oi Laveo port, has en
red suit in tbe dlstrini' court at Daven
port against the C, R, T. & P. railway
r $20,OUO damages, which he cKims to
sve turiered by reason of tbe collision
West Davenport last September, EiDg
cine at that time in the capacity of bag
Sews came to tbe city this morning of
we oeatb at (Jhlc-tgo of Mrs. Alfred Ne
goe, formerly of Oeoeseo, and who U a
widow- of a brother of the late Isaac N'
arcs of this city. She was 74 vcars of age
ad leavts one daughter. The funertl
wrJH ceur at Oeoeseo tomorrow. W. O.
Segus left for Chicago at noon today to
aowey tbe remains to Qsneaeo.
"I can highly r. commend Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup for crouo. I bave used it
Tor sever! yean and Bad it the best
wnedy ever tried. Wrs. Qannh Horri
Burlington. W. V."
Wasted for Cri ne at Davrnport,
The Davenport Democrat has the fol
lowing concerning tbe capture in the up
per end of Rock Island county of a de
piaved vouih who has bten evadine cap
ture for the comriission of a crime in
Will Batisford. a 12-year-old lad, bet
ter known as "Click" B uiaford. among
hiB a'socia'es, is occupying an apartment
in the county j-il and parties concerned
in his welfare breathe easier. "Chick"
was indicted by tlm enpd jury last aum
mtr fr par tici option wito another lad
named Hugo Ti nm in tbe burglary of
rooms over Hall, t't bu'.cher shop. Timm
was arrested, released on bond, indicted
and rearrested anl afterward discharged.
L'ke hia aasocia't , Batisford was out on
bond when an indictment was found
against him, but be avoided arrest by
flight and left his bondsmen in tbe soup.
Caused Bis Parents Much Trouble
When the authorities called at the
Balsford home they found "Chick's" pa
rents in mourning The father pointed
to a fishing pole standing in tbe corner
of the ro-m. and said with an evident
effort ta cond al Ids tears, that i: had be
longed to his poor dear soo. He had
found it on the nver bank, and Chit k had
probably tumbled in among the fishes
Tbe general mounine that followed this
announcement, terminated a few days
ago, when it was .'earned that "Chick"
asl.ving with a family near Cordova.
Ill , and the truth of tbe report was prov
ed when Deputy Sheriff Kuebl went
thither and returned with the miss:ng
Just what aispcsil will be made of the
youthful prisoner has no: been decided.
He may escane punisbiuent as easily as
Timm, und perhai s hi troubles as a re
mit of his crime may teach him es good
i lesson as u supplemented by a term ia
ail. When herj he waa known as a
-thf.r hard boy, but atCoid va he seems
to have been cond ictine himself quite re-
A little tuncsten aslriwl ...
taa, is said, obviates all difficulty from
'"fjjstuxr, sait or oinerwise.
I'anphliiK the ISag.
Con Doyle, who is in training at Gib-
am & Burns athletic rooms this city,
for hia forthcoming matci with McCoy, is
thesujt'ct of mush interest and enter
tainment on the p. .a of a number of peo
ple who may bs invited in during
his training hours almost any afternoon.
Punching tbe ba; seems to afford tbe
greatest amueemeot and to arouse tbe
ru '8t interest, and 'he little pugilist does
it in a manner tha, shows marvelous en
durance and wotderful dexterity and
Doileis confident of winning bis com
ing fi2bt, and he has aUo deposited with
the Chicago Eeral 1 a forfeit to fisht Ed
Soiitli, a ihinn 1 i tr i t weight for $500 to
$1,000 a side j'h th" conclusion of his
fij.ht ith McCoy, and be a' so challenges
all light weigntft fr a similar amount.
Couldn't Deeive the Officer.
ne was a dapper little well dressed fel
low, but he seemed to be a trifle bewildered.
He stopped at the edge of the sidewalk in
the middle of the Mock and signaled the
first street car tl at came along. The
driver motioned to him to go to tbe corner.
but be didn t mo -e. He looked blankly
after the car as it -went by, and when the
next one came along he stepped out into
tbe street and Bigm led that.
"Can't stop in the middle of the block.
Go to the corner!" shouted the driver.
The dapper little fellow looked provoked
and made some w dd gesticulations when
the third car went by.
Then a policomai who had been watch
ing the young man stepped up and invited
him to Come along."
"Please, sir, for for what?" asked the
"Oh, that's all ry;ht," replied the officer.
"You know well enough. I suppose yon
thought it was smart togornnnin round
In men's clothes, bt.t it's against the law."
Tbe youth hesitated a moment and then
"What makes you think I'm a girl?"
"I don't think. 1 know," was the reply.
"Don't I look like a boyf "
"Oh, yes; the way you're togged up you
look enough like or e to fool a fellow, an the
next time if yon don't try to stop a street
car in the middle of the block maybe you
won't get caught. That's a give away."
She begged off. Detroit Free Press.
A BnndrenJTears to Come.
Wouldn't yea like to live ntH the year A. D.
SOOO, just to see the people and the world geser
eralljT Who knows bat yon might, If you ob
serve the laws of health, and keep the stomach,
liver snd bowels in fall action. The best medi
cine known for this is Dr. Pierce's Pleaiant Pel
lets. They are small, sngir-coated grander, bnt
powerful to enre; produce no nanwa or gilplnf,
eay to take, and a snre core for biliousness,
constipation, headache, ana diseases produced by
an inactive liver. A convenient vest-pocket rem
How dentists and dressmakers escape be
coming irreclaimable skeptics as to the
courage of men and amiability of women ia
A mvsterv indeed.
When Jay Gonld Lost a Horse.
Jay Gould's fathi r always liked Jay bet
ter than any other man in the village did,
according to a man who knew the family.
One day up at the farm Jay's father told
him not to take out a colt which was in the
barn. Jay thought that colt was aching
for a drive, and so, notwithstanding the or
der of bis father, just hitched up the colt.
As a result the animal ran away and
smashed things gi nerally. The colt was
about ruined, and young Jay did not dare
to go home.
"Jay came over to my house," said his
old benefactor, "and got me to go over and
break the news to L is father. The old man
stormed around lika mad and finally said:
" 'Let the devilish young cub come here
if he dares. I know what I'll do. I'll take
his horse for the colt.'
"The storm blew over and Jay went back.
The old man appropriated Jay's horse, for
be was a man of bis word." New York
Henry IV of Krone naa mr ins wedding
feast young swans, fat puddings, sucking
pigs, rabbits, sturgion, almond cream and
Some men can endure almost anything,
but many of the mc at ambitious and excita
ble run great risks.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No AJum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
JU6T ONE NIGHT.
Wednesday, January 18 h',
A $30,000 prodnctwj. Ed. F. Davis' msgnlflcent
scenic piedoction of the orikin 1 dramatirs
tioa of Mrs. Howe's immortal norel.
Uncle Tom s Cabin.
3 Palaca Cars.
SO ronics. Donkeys and Burro?,
racic or Man-eating Siberian B'ood Hcnnds,
Including Ajax, the $5,000 champion beanty.
Eva's Gnl i-u Choriut, cott ng $3,000.
Cncle Tom tnd bis typical sonthern
Two Ba- it of n.nsic Two.
A'lthum onr grand, free street displav, the
a ok "l-'luv Lnjn ni " ii. rncee, 75, 50,
Burtis Opera House,
Wednesday, January 18th
Si ecial cnra?ement of
In her frreat success
i n original adaptation from the German,
by Clara Morris.
C7Seats on sale Monday January 16 h.
Prices $1.M, 1.00, 75, 50, and 85 cents. Tele
phone No. 30.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Friday Eve, Jan. 20.
VvEBSTER and BRADY S Stupendous
of the Sea.
T-ofi lo:dsof Sctncry,
The Laving o the Cable,
The Ten Trinf formation of the Ocean's Depths
An Innovation in 3. cnic Sp'.cnor.
Srts on sale. Prioas 75, 50 and 25c.
THB DAILY AKGUS DELIVERED ATYOtJB
door every evening for M4c per week.
WANTED AT THE V. R. I. p. ROUND
hopsest once 80 men to shovel sno and
tOH RENT A FTJRNISHID ROOM. APPLY
I SI28 Fnnrth avennc and Twenty-second
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all nignt with soft coal;
will not cs or smr-ke; heavy steel body;
large ash tan. Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
New stvles oi
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
CLOAKS. 33 1-3 per cent
discount on cloaks this
8PECIAL.-1 3 off the price
of all Ladies' cloaks,
plush garments excepted
This is a bi? discount,
but we make it big in
order to make our stock
of cloaks look email.
preparing to tae
toryyou will find
rmTtraina in A
: ;. eforewe begin to ttea,
SPECIAL.-20 per cento,,
count off all plnsh gai.
ments with two excep.
tions. 1-5 deducted fin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
7 AN1 ED A COMPf TENT COOK APPLT
si mr. Binsrt uirpet's, Aiken ttreet
cuuiu jux jsiana.
WANTED TWO OR TRRKK UN FrRNlSH
ed rooms for honse keeptne. Ftea-n hemt
preferred. Address, J. w. D. A noes Ornca.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands cf doirestie
and imported cU-ars. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe score of a'.l the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Braes Goods, Packing Hot.
Fire Brick4 Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA Via tujji,xS Moline, HI. I 1 12, 1 14 West Serenteentt si
Telephone 2053. Telephone 1148. Rockiest-
Reidmce Teleobrn' t 'o
1803 Second Avenue.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
KAMFWIBE!! CF CRM 1X9 tm
Ask TonrOrocer for Then.
3rECIi LTIKS :
The Christy "Otstek" and Chrit;y "Tim
ROCK I NAM
located in his new shop.
MT" Light shoes a spreialty.
324 Seventeenth Street
Opposite tbe Old Fusi
And we find our stock altogether to large, particularly in Over
coats, much larger than usual at this season. Determined to unload
we have trotted out our old War Horse
Which has always been the most effective and speediest for accomplishing our aim.
IN SMALL LOTS WE HAVE MADE BIG CUT8It is not that we can afford this, but it has always been our policy to sell
at a Joss rather than carry over. ... ..
I a most
IN MEN'S OVERCOATS where there ar one and two of a kind, the price has been reduced as much as 1 6 00
y instance there has been a rut cf from 2 00 to f 5.0C. In a few loia the price remains th nam . v fh Wn'
Boy's and Children's Overcoats left.
$9 60 grades of Children's Overcoats reduced to $7- 60
7 75 prades of Children's Overooats reduced to 6- 00
6 75 grades of Children's Overcoats reduced to 5' 00
y the finer
$16.50 gaades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to $13 55
13 60 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to 9 90
8.60 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to 6 75
You know that M. & K. carry only the best grades of Clothing produced, and when they announce
these reductions it signifies nice choice goods at a big saving to the purchaser. It's an excellent
opportunity to invest. Better take advantage of it.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe Hoi
in Rock Island County. 1729 2d ave.. H6to 122 19th sfc