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" . Blartosat Tajtoe'a. . , aBCKS ai naacaai- a. r- Faralsasd room at 1717 Sseoad . CVMna. imIiImi sad ehraaa - pvmi e TWsw Tears cards at rsdoced prices ',M fat Columbia. ' M al.tarra and fataarhai grapes at Puncher'. 2taa poojd going regardless ot ' Mat at taa Colambla. Robert Dowalnjr ia "The Gladla ' tor" tomorrow night. fttitl Ml at IK11t Bros. tone of those fiOo velvet slipjwrs. Tomatoes, head lettnre, spinach tad poultry at Buncher's. M. T. Free is In th elly spending the bo'lldava with relatives. Muslins rheap. closest wholesale irioes for Wednesday at MrCabe's. Dully Bros, bar a complete line of tbaleit rubbers at the lowest prices. Holiday poods at about your own prices rest of the week at MrCabe's. James Gaffe) came borne from Mon tana to spent the holidays with rela tives. AUWf mifww Jaafciv iinv.jvi u Maggie OhlweiliT spent Christmas in Cable. The first broadside volley after Christmas see ftlrCabc Bros', ad. vertisement. . , , The stage of the water at the Rock Island bridge at noon waa 6:2i); the temperature 29. William Kendall la borne from Champaign university to spend the holidays with his parents. " Terry Klnny, formerly of Rock Island, but now of Chicago, spent CbrtsMDas in Rock Island. Miss Ltxxie Kemhte Is home from Crawfiirdsvilio, Ind . to spend the holidays with her parents. Thomas Collins came up from Pe oria to spend Christmas with friends la Hock Island and Moline. Order jronr Ice cream. Ices and chocolate rnsse fur New Year's din. ners at once from Krell Math. Capt. W. J. !lnnnn arrived In the city fatnnlny evening from Chicago on a visit to'rrlntives and friends. John P. lsil!y is suffering with an attack of iiinsy, and incnnerneBce Thomas lKdly li running IMly Bros, store. The bnsy place tmUy was at Me Cab BroV. muslin eonnter. SIV lending brands of mnslia at exact oat on Wednesday. I). A. Flannlgan was one of the bapplest men in town on Christmas. Ilia wife prrscntjd him with a tine bey early In the tiay. It Is fjntte a treat to get Ire cream in winter, and yonr friends who dine with yon on New Tear's day will say bow lovely, it you get it Iruai Krell Math. We have just received too late for Christmas a lot of line ehofnlate ovelties. It yon want a nice boa of chocolates or Cob bons go to Krell 4k Math's. The store ot R. Crampton A Co. is closed today, to enable the marking down of prices on the entire stork far the aleilng oat removal sain, to . be la progress between now and Jan. In the ronnty conrt today William Braddon plended gntlty to stealing ennl. and was lined and costs. Con Sweeney was lined f 1 and costs and sent to jnll for t days for steal ing a pair of gloves. . Jndg Adams rendered his decis ion In the Moline piivlng rases Satur day evening. The decision makes 'the Moline ordinances Void, owing to errors In Axing the estimate of the cost of the Improvement. The postponed sate of the Colom bian tract occur tomorrow afternoon t the Brooks homestead. The ar rangements have all been completed to bid the property in in behalf of the endorsers and others interested ia the land. K. Crampton Co., ran suit yon to perfection in pictures and frames, wrltlntf ilrsks. work boxes, comb anil brush acta, jewel cases. pocket books, ' card cases, gold and fountain pwns, stationery of every kind and descrip tion, wall paper, shades, etc. Kvcry ' thing govs at New York prices and less. .-. No collections wilt lie take,!, and ao subscription solicited at any of the receptions ot the Y. M. C. A. next week. Mat'? Secretary I. F- Brown will deliver a short address Monday evening, and there will be appropriate ninic. All contributors Awarded Highest Honors At the. World's Fair. DR. if E2AT.3 Fierier MADE. C. r Cai Cmbm mi Tartar fmHm. , smmj at any aOraaai " "fp ' to the balldiag fand art Invited to Alargellaeof booka still remain at McCabe Bros., which will be void tbla wreck for tie lowest special prices ever offered. 1ft to tic juve nile books 6c, IJmo, clotb bound books ftc. King Solomon's Mines Se, Scarlet Letter 14 full n rk..b erav fl.M. 1ft vein moa ot Dickens' fz.w.aJl this week it they last. Aa nrevionslr nntiot- wt atorc of R. Crampton ft Co., haa been . ii Wj MMiay. ine reopen- inir on Wednmuisv ImiumHi. much greater reduction in prices. uuoiwr m anicnttia opportunity to seen re from this r of literary and art treasures what 1 -1 f B . .... ucsirea ai verv cratitvinir prices. . - ' The remoral aslo n( tt Hmhhiaii Co. haa been going on at a very sat isfactory gait tor the past week. Their popular goods, and still more i-'piuar prices, nave done the work. Now ia the time to add to your library a complete set of your popular author, one or more n.1.1 v.lun in enjoy and to make bright the winter mii nignis, n uicnonary in al most anV lammsT. m Imok nn'al nirtt any subj.H-t. bibles, pravcr books, a nvuuay gni dook, large or small, etc. Go and ret them now at New York cost and less. A. F. Turner, an expert in the em ploy of the Cox Duplex Perfecting Press compauy. of Battle Creek, Mich., who has been in Rock Island for several weeks snnorintenillnir the erection and operation of the Aki;i s . . . . . .. . vrirri.ng press, icii sundav evening lor Lis home at Battle Creek. In point of service, Mr. Turner is the oldest in the employ ot the Cox com pany, and ho is likewise one of the most competent in his line in the country. What he don't know about the intricate niechmnistn of thn art of mixlern press construction, is not i- i t . . ivriu tnusiii);. lie is also a nrsi class fellow socially, whose acquain tance it is a pleasure to acknowledge. CHECKING THE CHINESE. Tk baljr m Ik Rimw OMrer to Brats trrtes; Tkcsa. A year ago and more the collectors of internal revenue and their deputies were engaged in the registration of the Chinese residents of the country. In some places there was resistance on the part of tho almond-eyed for eigners, and they talked of leaving the country or openly defying it, rather than obey the law. In the end they all came down from these lofty positions and were duly re corded. Now all this has to be done over again. Section 6 of the act of congrca. approved May ft, 192, as amended by the act approved Nov. 3. en titled An act to prohibit the comin; of Chinese persons into the I'ni ted States, provides that it shall be the duty of all Chinese laborers within the limits of the United Mates at the time of the passage of this act, and who are entitled to remain in the I'ni ted Status, to- apply to the collectors of internal rev enue of their respective districts, within six mouths after the passage of the alove amendatory act. for a certificate of residence. Section 7 of said act provides that such certifi cates shall be issued without charge to the applicant, and shall contain the name, age. legal residence, nnd occupation of the applicant as shall be prescribed by the secretary of the treasury, and a duplicate thereof shall be tiled in the oflii-e of the col lector ot internal revenue for the district In which snch Chinamen shall make application. ai rmhk riHiton. Kvery applicant w 111 be required to furnish two unmounted photograph ic likenesses of himself or herself, one to be affixed to the original cer tificate of residence and one to the duplicate. These photographs will le securely afllxed to the papers by strongly adheive pnte. Great care will lie taken in receiving the photo graphs to see that tbcv accurately represent tho features of the apfii- cant. It is expected that all Chinese residents of this district will npplv jo the collector's ofiice at once for such certificates of residence, Ills Own Oflirta There wns a crowd of excited darkies in a dark alley Krtbemi around two negro hoy who lind clinched encb other and were flabt.njst away lew tlrar life oo the itronnd. There was one netfro man prvwut, and he ttwu the coruimtanta njt to Hire up. "tfctuife him in de ere. Bill! ham. if Ton give In I'll tAO jrt bide tor ycr. If yon whip lull i a km a quarter lor yer. cuawcleena of bis nw, Hani. A wvll dressed Rentleman etoppsd and said to the nrttTD nun: Yoa ought to be ashamed of yourself to rnoMiraur iimm boy to Hunt." "Why, hnm, deso's my own chiklruaa," Texas sift iMja. Altsall . Caawatfes. . All members of Buford Post. 243. G. A. K.. are ordered to tic present Bl our sw rrymsr iiiixun;;, j urMinj evening. Ifc-c. Sfi. at the inswction ot tbepost. Wm. Mft'oNUf.'iiiK, Com. . W. A. Kokkis, Ad jt. Gewerally fair weather, colder; light variable winds. F. J. Wauc, Observer. . BITS the Nw Var - Wlth one of Kramer' daily expense bnoka. For sale at Kramer, Bleucr ft Co., Iftdfl Second avenue. naltis, Highest cask price paid for grease ad doad bogs at the Farrell ForUIia iag aad CcaderiBg works. . - C. C. Wtviu. THIS ARGUS. TUESDAY BECEUlimi 26, 1893. ANQRV SCHOOL CHILDREN. 1 I I ..u a ic r-.T n nrsBgl.Tsmr- aaasms lanaiiaaMl. H IVI w a A a I l i; IIB ffli o D ili S KI IS School cbOdren to the number of S.000 nearly wrecked Odd Fellows' ball at Eighth street aad Central avenue lata Tuesday afternoon. At tho closing- of the school foor young men distributed tickets to tho pnpils of the cathedral school and the largest three public schools. The children wore lufonued that a ticket with ft cents added woold entitle one to admittance to aa enter tainment aad a valuable prise. For over an hoar in the afternoon chil dren ponred into Odd Fellows' ball, each paying a nickel. Finally a young man came ont and sang a song so badly that the little auditors booted him. At the same time another man distributed chewing gnm packages to a few in the audience. The singer stepped into aa anteroom, and the other went ont the door. Becoming tired of waiting for the next act, thechildren finally stormed the stage, only to find nobody. When they realized the awindlo, they broke out every win- ! dow, swashed the choirs and wrought ruin in every possible way. A detnu of police caiuaxostuaeSo the balL This gave the children an idee, for in a body they assailed police, beadqnar- ten until the authorities were in a state of siege. It was late at night when the young victims reluctantly went borne. No trace was fonnd of tho swindlers. They secured over $100. The hall was damaged several times that much. Cin cinnati Dispatch. Wan Medical Staoaata. " 8omo of the bctt women practitioners In tho country matriculate from the Woman 'a Medical college of the New York inurmcry. It is one of the pio neer institutions, dating back to 18G5, with tho cumin of Dr. Elizabeth and Emily Blackwtll for sponsors. There arc neurly 100 stndcnta this year. It is ono of tho few colleges in the coun try that has extended its cocrso from three to four rents. It ranks as high aa tho best men's colleges and has the advautage of many in giving its etu- dfnts practical Work in its hospital, in firmary and dispensary work, besides the outside practice avuiluMo in a largo city. Students without these advan tages go to tho Post Graduate college and hospital alter they have begun to practice regularly and recovered from the feeling ct unlimited wisdom inci dent to a newly fledged graduate with a diploma. Utidea tbo men there are 35 women physicians ct the college now taking practical courses. Many of them are married to men of tbo pirifeo sion. They cotno from all parts of this country and Canada nnd are busy from a. in. to 9 p. m., making tho moat of their few months' stay. New York Times. Trrre Haute' Oldest Caapto. Jnnies Ihiwoon today onietlv celebrat ed the one. hundred and fourth anniver sary of his birth. lie and Mrs. Ann Baldy, who w.is 1(4 years of age but mouth, have lx-en Terre Haute's old set people for luiuir yeartt, aud toeir birth days are known to ni.wt of tiie popula tion. Xt. Dawson was born in Stafford county. Vx, in ITS'J. Terre Haute Cor rutiKiiidciit. , The great value of Hood's Sarsa parilla as a remedy for catarrh is vouched for by thousands of people whom it lias cured. Intelligence Column: A Ut you IN NEEW tp voir Want money W'Mit a nnk Want bntnirr Want a partner Want a silwitlua . Tmnt to rent muaaa Wan i wnrsnt srirl Wont lo sell a farm Want In sell a bntiiNj Want to exciuuiff anything Want In srti bnusrhn!d irraxla Waftt to make any rrmleatalr kmna War.l tn aril nr irailn fair anything Waul lo Oi.d cusinmvni fur anytniDS Via TUEsK CtiLTJJISS. tit a daily akoi's uelivebcd atyocb i door cry amning lor 10c pat aaas. 20 per cent on all fur goods eek:etTs4 M OATH WB Baths of all kinds, including. Turkish, plnln, sham too, dec trie, electro-thermal, etc., may ' be obtained at the Sanitarium ' Bath Booms, on the first floor of the llarpor llouse. BOOMS OPEN. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to 12 m. on week days. For Gen tlcmen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a. m., and from S p. m. to 9 p. m. on week days. On Sundays the rooms will lie open from 6 a. m. to 1 1 a. in. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time daring business hours. Gymnasium connected with bath rooms. iwapaw ww m . mm m mmmrn bbbbbbw i l. New Scale Kimball, Hallet & Davis. And Emerson. Kill OipS. Inatraocenta sold on easy time payment. Violins and accorrjeons at half price. At DOWtDH, - 1815 Second At. TRY THE OMLY 8KIX CCKK aKD Healinjj Soap. vaMs Ueaicatea Soap SURPRISING BARGAINS IN K1EN9S AND BOYS9 SUITS: and OVERCOATS. No matter what Prices others quote, we always do better. All Goods marked in Plain and the Fairest Figures. Owing to the depression in the Money market, we have had some unusual opportunities of making pur chases which, with Spot Cash, we were prompt in taking advantage of and are now making busi ness hum" with the irresistible force of the MANY BARGAINS we are offering. QUALITY MEN'S - if MEN'S SUITS WK CAN 1 MEN'S PANTS SELLING EXCKU.KNT OVERCOATS THE f S 98 75c UNDEKWKAU AUD H 38 , BEST 6 50 WE WILL 1 1 90c AT 39c S 98 ? -U 7 SO 11 00 41)s DURABILITY ; 'r. . 2 76 ; i GOOD " . v 10 00 WE ARE ! ! ! 125 FRICES 75f 8 98 ENOUGH 12 60 GIVING Upwards. . . !sP or 4 C5 . ' THEN 15 00 tub - KNEE PANTS. TO ' PLUSH - 6 60 M. &K CHILDREN'S BIGGEST 13c CAPS FIRST 17:60 is SUITS. VALUE 18o RUSH 75c 8 60 tub 79c ra 22c THEM 1 ( AKD ' 9 88 PLACE - 98c TOUR ' 85c FROM 1 -5 12 00 T to do 1 88 MONET. 60c OUR 1 50 GREATEST 16 00 ; TOUR . 168 TABLES. IMPORTANCE. 16 50 TRADING 1 88 . IMMENSE BARGAINS IN SHOES. Nothing we can say is as convincing as the goods and prices themselves. . Wc therefore request an opportunity of an honest test to prove the sincerity of every claim. Largest Shoe and Qothing Stores in Rock Island County. Coa tsn X1 Caocad avinaa CSotliieton 1723 Baooad Artsza, 118-123 ClsUeeath 8fc DAVID DOIT, g-'V'o I folia "ass. t o o v v ra bs. I W I oo V ! WHaups Riverside Oaks. Riverside Ranges Riverside Cooking Stoves. Garland Hard Coal Stoves. The beat assortment of Store la the city. IMS aad ISI7 Iteeiwa At. o THE COLUMBIA. Holiday Goods slaught ered regardless of cost or value. I F. G. YOUNG, Proprietor, g 1728 AT THE DEPENDABLE ONE PRICE. All of our Japanese ware goes at 2 per cent discount. All of our Indian basket ware goes at J 1-J per cent discount. Our handkerchief sale is in full blast. Bargains in all departments. MINTIRE BROS. 1709 and 1709$ Second area ne. 9 o q o (0 Second Avenue. I il 2 !i o a. SbSS 8 aa.