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TCL.ZLYI. CO, 63
I CCI ULLTTD, ILL. FRIDAY, DICKXBER 31 1837.
- ' . - .
Day For the Rounding Up off
Accounts in Chi-
TUB BID DC H. Of TIE TEA.
WlMfl oaal.tia SrarS U to Mgtl
4 A0 r M rt.C ia4 to 4
of CI t--rr-t r-HnK acafcMt
ytlt-tiw llatae ia ! o IM f-
Caloago, Dee. 31. Tkls ! settle
meat day o the a-jard of trade for
Dacenbtr dallr sry aid II roaadad
pi a dafialte etsg la what I to
ileted to bo the bigfeet deal la
wheat, m far at the auaal article la
ooaearaed. atr eagtaeertd. eiorpt
possibly that tneaegad by Jaaepb.
to Hebrew, wfcaa aotiajf, aa PAer
aoa'e nUlatar. Jjeepb Utter la o
eaeTlaf aeon the iaae relation to
tha British (avacaaioailhai hletllea
Irioaa Batnesake did to the Egyp.
tiaaa. There l laterally aach at
eitemeat It trade '-Isr waa eoae
baytaf at December tad aallleg cf
Ma at I aaala hfgf I f the DKta.
Taa wheat marks! waa qaiet
throoghoat, with aoaa ef the eieite
eat siel to tbe eloaiag of a great
deal. Loiter sapported Deceabor,
tnklaf all efrrtt at S eeata over
May. Detaior sold at the ettroae
range af 9IJ W at 4 eWed at IS.
Tka Inspection 4 pr toasat aaya the
antaMaod ht atxk la abjat
l.(XH),0O' huM. Otter kaa al
ready pat t f r a'l of tkla aid to
eta a a tha deal ealy rsqetreo tkat
he all Ik Tro spoceUtlve trada
tha aaat ant Saw Tar affair,
ilk asMly aay botaee. tat with a
Ira tone. Ma? naged at M1(9S
aud alatd at Hi.
Raw, to a iMl
CI aria a ati. Dee. St. Tho Tla
Itafa Cotambaa ipiai aaja tka
aiaioftia la tata. Taa rapaMlcaa
aaaa for tk aomlattloa of madi
d.M for apaakrr and otkar cfilMri
ft bnik boaaaa will M kald toaiorraw
a'fkt. aa t tka liaat batwtta tka
Haaaa tad acti Htana tkara
wlUkadrawa. Haiaa arrlttd todaj
froaa Claralaad ta tta hia ptraiaai
aitvatloa to tka toatoi
Hm r't ia a fmtoa tfm. '
Taorla. tM St. I'. V. Sarraat,
traad matter af Ua brotktrkood of
L'loomotiva Fl-tna. tant a. Uarthv
armniaaljUor tola to raUaa
aioMBiy proiiat aifaia-t a p.
plalaiat f Ja lira Taatoa. cf raa
)lfaala, aa larUM aaat(
Coart Foil Armstmrr. N S.t3J,
Iidrpaadant Ordr of !orrura at
Ita toaatiait ! F:iaa ka I lat
araia. koa ika fol'oala i-Qutt
. Vlea ChUt Ranear F. r. Saltk
tatctaf KBfr R Oanptoi.
Rrcordla Sactttaf j J B Mij.r
Flaaaelal Sacraurj (i. L 8ckal !,
Ckarlaia A C Aarfrroa.
Ptalor Woo-lwartf E A. (jtlaUa.
jaaior woodward w. Uadbtr.
taalor Ba il . II. Kr.
Joator alla A. I M.-CaTtaey.
I'kjilclaa- Ir. J. a.
t-oart Dapaij Rilnor.
Traittai C. Fradlaj, W. A Cor
r'it a aaw aiaatbara war laitlaUd
Tkabatalra la tko world
rata, brutara. aoraa. ileara.
rbaaa, f?ar aoraa, tattar, ekipp
. aBLoiaiaa, eorna aaaaJlatii
arapUoaa, aad poattlvatj earaaptUa
or ao pay tfqmrad. It la faaraa
itad to rtta pvrfaet atitfaeuoa ei
moiar rafaadad. rrw is eaaia par
, . . . .
vom. tor aaia oj utiu at Vila
Oaa ait-s imallar ftr aaia; A!2a'
root-Kaaa, a powxr to bo akakaa
lato tko akoaa. Xl nakaa tickt or
awakooa faal aaay; ri?aa iatUat
rallaf to eoraa aad buaiva. h'a ika
rmteat aomfottdlMoaarT cf tka aeo
Cam Bid prtTattt Oi!a frat.
bllatara. ealloaa aad aora apota.
AUaa'a Foot-Eao la a eartaia cara
forawaatia. kot aokiae fatU At
all drar;tu aad akoo atarra. 24
raat. IrlaJ paokaa frto by u
Addraaa, AUca . U.tUd. La Bey,
R.LINOIS INSURANCE 0ED3I0N:'
Br,,tot.4at Xmm Cteaaa ala Ca.
fniano to Hla.
"prTarfieM. IHa, Drc. II. TH qcr?
tkin tf tb oparattca rf BBdervrttera
aaarlaa and Ik hmtau r ik.
eared anonmtra' poliOea vader the
Uwa of tbla atata by Are Irjiuranrrcom
aaalaa taa beea preaented to the atate
Inaartnta Oepantxient and Puprrln
tcndfCt Van Cleara waa requested by
the rirra atrtlrra of a tarae Burner of
romtanlea to make a rating thereon.
Ia a I rjtttr etlnkin la which the Uar
aad auprema rourt deWlona are quoted
Tr.ivmir.nwiy. lh aaperlrtendrnt aaya
that from bla ezamlnatka of the facta
J taa law bla nnelualoita are aa fol.
Ijw: That liuaranra
rombine aad Uaue a Jotnt roller. Bro
il ted lurk eomMnatkina and the luiu.
Ira of am a poiiclea do not cor.Mituts
That eomhlnatkna In which the ira-
mlnn reeet(,ta romtltote a rommon
ftad frra which Ma and esprreea
oot!0 are raid aad the net
re iCta rfcared amorta the mmpanlra
rV.fOara I rrmh4n,l Lm wrr U m t m
partnerhlr of nvk rorporatlona and
"mpam, and arin violation or law.
Tfcat the t!a by a.V tk4 cr othx Ire
by a ftrtt ifmiiiif or fcr wtrn! crrni.
BanVa ef a tl.frrnt nanM from the
"rporafe aarre of raM rtnnanr or
cnmpai in pmrvrira: and rarrylnx on
tairaa r in k:at!rn of law and must
POSITION Or GREAT BRITAIN.
X Qaam-I to tka Orlrat wllh Aay
Dm r.trea Cmrrm.
n. r. 11. Tie lally CTraphk
anerta "ta acrVrlly" that the Crlilah
eiua Iran ti d flnlUty Instructed to
a--lla j Chemalpn i ajiport a
atnn IJrttlM expuatulctica with
Cnrta ow the dlm;rsat of Mcleary
Urrwn (llrlUaii a jperlntrr.t cf Cuie.
; r!tvr. an ler th advlo of
te ItrlUnh rinuU taa tVe rrtutned
a a- !ce rf d.fmUa aerrtd upon
With rrjr l t V rt Arthur. Tie
fnr Graphic aTts tret thire ia er-
ery reas ir t. bH-T t!) Itulaa will
a-IS-re t- lf:r!r p"cl t. eva.ur.te at
tke ml cf th wlnfr. an I there la
lhrrf.re no tMn I f.r f-mplatnt r.a
the t at of l r!n I. Neither the
rvrarrwr.t r?ard the nrruiatlf.n of
Kiao-Thoa at ralllnc fjr action, be-
raaae Itrtthih lntrrrta are nt thrrat
eal. Accdir t The Dally Onphie
fcth the f.-rtirB rffl-e ar.d the admiral
ty tre Cjrreed upon this pn.
RAILWAYS MAE A GOOD SHOWING.
AarpeMax Imannrmeat to tha Rrrarda cf
lawtieary aad iCtf yl,rlily.
CTikac, Ike. Jl. The Hallway Aire
r.ar the foll..w!n a'atrmcnt of re
ceWrrahlr and f.rre a urea for ISTT:
No yoar tlne l37 has aTtnwn ao few
raada cr an airall a mlleaire ronfeaalna
Inanlvrncy, while rom pared with the
record far aor rn; of the Bra yeara Im
mdutt!y trredlnK 1J the llrt of new
rerelrerrhlra lart year la aurprMngly
mall In raappct to the number of Urea,
ml lease and rapltal In vol red.
In ISM no lr than aerenty-four com-
paniea. with .UA ml lea of road and
1 1.71. C0. W"a In tonda and atork default
ed In their obllsationa and were furred
er to the control of the cnurta.
In I'Vt the numter of almllarly unfor
turat roaiie waa etshtren. their mile
axe was i.Zi'. and their capitalization
lea than mOOO.000. In IV the
e umber of roada waa thirty-four, tha
mlleane t.141. and capitalization tZ.
Salvador la Inreaterrd with another
revoultlnn. Salvador la a Latin Ameri
flcda In IVaahlrgton and British Co
lumbia have raued damage of $1,000,
CM on vartcn railway SItka
At Oakakova, Ia.. the Tarmera' and
Trader Ftate bank cloeed Ita doora
beraim the bualncra la not profitable.
Pra. Cuarne I. Case and It. F.
Pf-jn'fler have been appointed pension
atrr.lr.lnc Mnreona at Medford. Vt'la.
4amea Ilnale waa aentenred i
prlncfWM. Ilia., to bans' Friday. Feb.
IL for the murder of little Illle Frla-
IVk tlallanat took and Icy bath In
the Chirac river, and when be waa
fluhed out be bad been cured of love for
a married wuiran.
The bualiwos portion of Muchakanork.
a tnlrlnit town four mllea m.uth of Oa
kabmaa. la. waa frartk-ally destroyed
by Are. Lesa. pi COO.
The W lert aula Plate TrCt hera aaw
rta:ka atectrd a Woman. Mlea Rore C
wart, prretdent of tbetr aaaoclatlon for
the first time elnce their ornanlsatloa
Iluah jiciJiuirDiin. rr many years
the b-adr cf the Iwmocratle party la
Urn. ktyn. baa definitely announced bla
retlremert from political leaderahip.
A me.aae from Chlhauhau. Ilex.,
pnaltivrly oVnlea that "ntva" Shepherd,
fnnnerty f Washlratton. to I1L Uover
aer Fhepherd. this aaya, la enjojir- the
beat of hea'th.
The rrrcainlna; areeta ct the defunct
Maverhk National bank of lioatoo. em
bearlnar aniald notes, eaerutlona and
jwwmeiu amount. r a to fl.c'sv. were
Jamea II Ilacatn. the multi-million
'altar Mlra P a S'onrhle. niece of his
tat wife, at I-fSnicVti. Ky. Ilacsln ts
Tf and rt bride n year old.
I Tay Ilenderarn. of La Croase. Wu,
attempted to Itterfere In a flaht c n't he
atreet la wtkh Ma Arg waa Involved,
when the mte turned on his master
aad Inf Icted patcftl rnjtrrie.
I Henry Wooteey. aa ex-member cf the
Hatvatioa Army at aioui City. I a, has
aaed the ancy for txaoa damaa. be-
ratrae. aa n rurma. the captain ar
eased blm cf Immorality and alluded
ta aim aa n a ul rum pic."
. . ....
i jiarToaa peopia oaa raitor by oa
riak'a tkalr blood wttk Hood'a Sar
'aapariila, wklck U tko oao traa blood
partaor aaa acrro toaie.
I Araold'a Broaao Calory coroa boad
ffkaa;10, U aad M ocau. Baiat
Predicament of the Concerns
Which Want to Manufacture
COULD BE BLISSFUL WITH EJTfiKR,
Were Totber Dear Charmer Away tabor
ratoa Qaarrel That la a Sort or Doablc
Eadae la Ita Action oa the Craployera
aad VrovMca Traablo at Karh Cad
loee to rolorado Cloas Dow -Seal far
the Iran TTarkrr.
nttsburr. Dec. SI. Another strike of
window glass workers which may pre
vent the general resumption on Jan. I
la threatened. After the settlement f
the wage differences the factory of W.
P. Jone ar Co, at Eaton. Ind.. was
stsrd w Ith cutters ar.d flatteners who
are not members of the league, but who
are connected with the blowers assem
bly of the Knights of Labor. The flat
tened and cutters claim that they are
noa-unicn men. and ray a strike will
be ordered If members of the flatteners
and cutters organisation are not sub
stituted. President Iturns. of the blow-
era and gatherers In girt that tl)e men
shall not be disturbed. and
that If the manufacturer discharge
them be will order out his men. From
this It would aeem that If the manufac
turer do not live up to their acre merit
with the cutter and flatteners they will
hare a strike of these two trades on
their bands, and If they do live nn to
their agreement the gatherers and blow-
era will atrike. In the meantime the
manufacturers are keeping quiet and
refuse to say what their course will be.
XlaeaCloa Itow a la rolorado.
Denver. Dee. 31. Aa a result of the
order Issued by the executive commit
tee of the miners unions of northern
Colorado, calling upon the men to de
mand higher wages or strike, the Rex
Coal Mining: company has closed down
Its two n.lne at IxulnvUIe. This action
will probably te followed by the other
companies operating In northern Colo
rado, and all the miners In the district
will be thrown out of employment. There
Is treat dissatisfaction among the min
er at Louisville over the action of the
executive committee, and preparations
are being made to hold a mots-meeting
cntllng upon the executive commit
tee to rescind Its action.
Red act km Will lie GcaeraL
New Tcrk. Dec 21. A diSDatch from
Lealston. Me, to The Commercial-Advertiser
says: It ia conceded that the
cotton mills In Ma Inn wilt fall Into lire
with other New England mills early
next month and traduce the waces of
the operatives. The Lnckwocd mill at
YlatrrvUle. the Edwards at Augusta.
the Cabot at Urunswlck. the Fcrwell at
Uabon and the Itarker mill In Auburn,
the Tork Corporation of Saco. the La-
corla and the Pepperell mills and those
at blddeford will make a reduction.
Twelve thousand emr-loycs will be af
WAGE SCALE OF ICOX WORKKItS.
That for 180ft Coca Into Effect Tomorrow
How It In Received.
Braddock. Ta, Dec. 31. The new-
wage scale for the employes of the Ei-
gar Thomson Steel works and the blest
furnaces baa been made and will go in
to effect tomorrow. The signatures of
the men to the contract are required oa
or before Jan. L The oflicials claim that
threre will be an equitable adjustment
of the wages of the tonnage men. but
the wages of the day men will remain
practically the same as they were duV
Ing tha past year. It is raid that owing
to improved machinery in the steel de
partment the cut in tonnage will rate
from S to 20 per cent. The workmen ar
expected to mr.ke equally as much mor.
ey as they did at the beginning of the
last wage acale. owing to the facilities
for turning out more work.
Haxelton. Pa, Dec. 31. A committee
of the striking employes In the Honey-
brook diftrict had a conference with
Superintendent Gomer Jones, the result
of which waa an amicable settlement of
a strike begun Wednesday. All the men
discharged are to be reinstated and to
day work at both Honeybrook and Au
deuried was resumed.
Ktttanning. Pa, Dec 51. An advance
of 12S per cert. In the wages has been
granted to the employe a of the Wick
China company, and the men will go
back to work.
Charleston. W. V, Dec. 51. The Unit
ed Mine tVorkera yesterday elected
state cfliccra ard an executive beard
and adopted a reroluticn extending an
Invitatlc n to the operate rs cf West Vir
ginia to attend the Interstate meeting
at Chicago Jan. 17 to agree upon a scaio
of prices for mining in this state. The
Indications are that tbe operators cf
West Virginia -will refuse to attend the
Pittsburg. Dec. 31. The main tcplc of
dlf-russion en the ftreeta cf Homeatead
yesterday, aaya The Ccmmerclal-Ga-
sette. waa the reduction In wages given
the tonnage m a employed at the Car
negie stcrl trill. It Is diflHult to cstl
mate the number ef men the reduction
will affect, but it la believed that at
least I.eea men are employed on a ton
nage basis at Homestead alone, with
an equal number at the H r Thcmse n
and Duquesne plant, and several hun
dr-d at the Vpper and Lower- Unl n
mills In Lawrercevllle. Thus 3.SC0 men
will be expected to slcn the new ten
rage scale. It would be ureters to at
tempt to give an adequate. description
of the average reduction, as each man
spoken to had a different average, run
ning from t to 75 per cent. .
Twj extra saw a have been put oa the
rut girder raila. which will remove the
finished work quickly from the mill, but
otherwise each man raid that no im
proved machinery bad been put in dur
ing tbe year to Increase the output, and
tha only Increase Ae.d been brought
about by their own toll. The men In
the 33-trrh mill met with the ruprrin
terdent of the trill lad evening to dis
cuss the reduction, but the men rfuat
to sign the new scale. The worklngraan
spoken lo raid that when the 9t.ie.k
workers were Invited Into the office to
alga the new scale thev becam i-
dlgnant that they-even-refused to look
at the scale. Many of them refused to
sign If. while others are said to have
Civen tbe matter a second thought
and vj-cd later. No" strike Is prch
abl3. Sieiablfs Bealcas the Presidency.
St. Louis. TVc. 31. tTennr W Btstnl
bins, elected national' secretary of the
United Building Trades', council at Us
first meeting held In this cltv two
weeks ago, has resigned the position.
He states that his new duties would
conflict with those now Incumbent on
him. Henry Moore, secretary of the
Plumbers' union, will succeed blm.
i NATIONAL PR0C3ESSIYE
8TSTEU OF MEDICINE.
! n?rnnrt lloalfh Incfitnta I
? wu.iwiif'wii iiwuiiu luwiituiv y
f Specialties. Aarw, MB.. BnMMtU,
Owmds. Ht: D.Qi ftnn. limit.
5 utn, linn. m III lm aa aeiul
Ho artovtiajai podd BiaiWa j
y iU an la
aaiBBBST win vor arox n
Ho rna.MiiieuTna (H
wwwa wwia-iasivwin vii -j.
( 403 Stacy St. Dntmpart taws.
.'On all lines before
taking our annual in
ventory Jan. i
On all goods in stock.
In order to move as
much as possible be-
fore invoicing we will
offer great special in
ducements to all Fur
niture buyers. Now
is the time to get big
& CARPET CO.
324. 32G. 328 Bradj Street,
g R. CHAliBERLIH,
' f INSURANCE
I s AGENT
for tbe rolkrwrni Safe
and ReJutble CotnpfJe.-
Traoara Iaa Pr. ....... .....C i4
PTOVktaaca Waaaltgt IaaOa, ftondauea
tapwltllw. )b . Uoaoa
Calaadoalaa las. Oo. i UialKmtk
BaalM-aaartoaa Ins. Oa., .
Uaorpool aad arwalk
rtetac las.e a -.....Haw lark
MoaM asual la. Co.. ...Saa raaclaca
OtBoo Boom 30 JalVotaeU AiLyadOa
Block. Talephoao So. 1030.
(Frate "ft CarpelCfl.j
, 324. 328, 32S II
S. BRADY ST. H
I'Ju'jisti pu all (l iiappu ito Yeai. j
Just invoicing, we find too
And Underwear. Will all have their share
of great reductions. This means a picnic
for the late buyer.
v -r v. n n
tp BBBaaraa --
COMMENCING THURSDAY, DEC. 30, and continuing until January
15, when every dollar's worth of this present stock must be closed out.
Former prices forgotten, goods re-marked and marked down within
reach of all. No matter how small amount of money you will have, you
can buy something at this sale. We do not consider the cost of these
goods, but sell regardless.
The greatest bargains on
. earth, ladies hoe Uoa
sk I JT1 Saoes, all fct v les,
gfr Lidles" (3 and 4 Shoea
tt Opera pointed acd
square toe. a snap.
Ladies' Kanp. Calf, worth
o, 2 5'J, enr closiug price. $1 69
Ladlet' Cce Shot a, ell
styles, regular piico
3 50 to $1, cloficg price 2 43
La lies' Box Call Shtes,
coia toe, o oeirg jrica..f 1 33
Wnmen'a Wtin Lined
Q Shoes, 93-, 85c and
q Ldica'Warm Slipperr...
Ladies' Warm Slippers...
l Ladies' Warm Slippers . .
- We have about 398 pairs of ladies' fine shoes, opera or coin toes. These
. shoes are broken sizes, such as 2, 3, 4 and 5. The regulir price of
9K. these goods were $3, $3.50 and $4. We are closing them at NINETY-
EIGHT CENTS. It will pay you to anticipate your wants for one
fy': year, and save at least one-half of what you would have to pay else
q where. Goods guaranteed as represented or your money refunded.
I J, P. CLARK & 00.
r Closing out the T J 0 Meira stock 126 W. Second St., Davenport
PAINTED BLUE TO THE
Seventeen Days of Bargains
Lidiea' Warm Slippers... C9c
Ladies' rubbers 19 j
Misf en' Rubbers 13c
Child's Rubbers 14c
Misses' Arc'ics 553
Ladies' Arctics G5s
Gents' Box Calf Shoe?,
regular price fi, our
closing price 3 25
Gontb' Satia Calf Shoes, a
2 Bhce, al stjler, for
. only r..fl 25
Gent' Shoes, a dandy,
square opera or ooia toe,
regular price f 1 75, clos
We hare a lot of Man's
Fine Shoea, plain toa,
congress, regular 93
Shoes, we are closing at.2 00
Boy a' Shoes
Lit le Gent'j Shoos.
Grnt's Bobbers, good qual-
Gtnt's Bobbers, good qual
ity; a 75c Storm Babber