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TXTC AHG1S, SATUHDAY. J A"N" U A TVT 19, 1901.
Birds of a Feather
Some one remarked on reading a dis
patch stating that Tat Crowe bad
taken up his abode among tbe Iu
diana at the Pine Bidge agency.
Is what the people in search of first-class
groceries do at Shields' cash store. The
quality of his goods and the prices serve as
a magnet. The economical housewife al
ways finds her time well spent in visiting the
BIG FIFTH AVENUE GROCERY.
For there she finds all that is needed to
make the table attractive. Fruit and poul
try in season. If you can't come to the
store, ring the telephone and we'll do the
rest. Read the list:
Fears per can JOc
Peaches per can , JOC
Egg plums per can . . jQq
Green gage plums per can jQq
Blackberries, 3 pound can JQq
Blue berries, 2 cans ;. . JQq
Apple butter, 3 cans 25c
Quince butter, 3 cans 25C
Peach butter, 3 cans 25c
Plum butter,j3 cans 25C
Bock Island or Davenport corn,
2 cans 5C
(85c per dozen.)
String beans, 2 cans..-. . .. ... 15 c
Peas per can, 5c and up
Good red salmon per can 12lc
Dried apricots, per lb JQq
California prunes, per lb. . 5q
Evaporated apples, 3 lbs 25c
Dried peaches, 3 lbs..l 25c
Cal. tigs, per packag'. Sc
Best XXXX patent Hour, a sack $ J, JQ
Liu .111 II JW1
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I uaA four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommend to the
public that the doctor's anaesthetic la perfectly harmless for elderly people ai well
the young. T O. Felts. M. IT
I had six teeth extracted without oain. The doctor is very careful in his ex
tracting. I recommend him highly. C. W. Donald, 107 Fourth avenue.
Don't hurts bit. I had 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pain. Mrs. W. H.
Wis, KJ3 Fourteenth street.
I had etoht teeth crowned with pold and five (told tiJUngs. All work was abso
lutely paiulexs Miss Agnes Uerendabl, f'9 Twenty-ix'.h street.
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
alL Mrs. Martn Jacobson. 461S Seventh avenue.
My face was badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted tbe tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST BED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2.50 and DP
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examination and
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parors,
Ciraer Seventeenth Stratt and Third Avenue.
Here Is the Heater
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T atwill double your comfort and di
TldAyour coal bins '" The "Jewel"' is
mad in several sizes, ail constructed
on toe same principle the principle
tha Vlves prodigality of heat with par
simony of .fuel. Gome and examine .
Opposite Harper Moose.
Pure maple sugar,per lb I2c
Japan tea, per lb 35c
Pint bottle catsup, 3 for 25C
Shredded cocoanut, per lb 17lc
Mince meat, 4 packages ...... 2Sc
Pancake flour, 3 packages for. : 25C
Rem ford baking powder, per
lb caa ..... 25C
Corn starch, per package 5c
Ricena, 2 packages 5c
Hoffman pkg starch, 2 for. . .. 5c
Sack salt. 10c size.. .... .. ... 5c
Package raisins, per pkg. ..... JQc
15 bars Fairbanks soap 25C
Toilet soap, 2 bars for........ 5c
Toilet soap, 25c kind 5c
2 pa en. Washing powder 5c
Chewing tobacco, per Id.,. . . . . . 25C
Smoking tobacco per lb. -23c
Dry yeast, per package. ..... T 3C
Large pickles, per gal 7c
Sauer Kraut, per gal 17 C
, 2532 Fifth Ave
EXTRACTING. . ...... 5QC
For Cold Weather
There's nothins equal Jto "Our Own"
system of steam and hot water heat
In', costs a little more to put It in, but
costs less to operate. It's convenient,
clean, reliable and satisfactory. Call
In and let us tell you more about It, and
show you how easily you can make tbe
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PAROLE FDR FARBER
Friends of Convicted Crave Rob
ber Seeking His Release
PARDON TOS ANDERSON ASKED
Hearing of Contempt Case in
Friends of Arthur D. Farber, Who
is serving an indeterminate sentence
in the Joliet penitentiary for robbing
the grave of Mrs. Casper Maurer, at
Rapids City, are said to be patting
forth strong efforts to have hiai
paroled, representing that he has al
ready been sufficiently punished
Farber, it will be remembered, was a
student at the Keokuk medical col
lege. While home ostensibly for a
visit .with his parents in the upper
end of the county be opened the
grave or Mrs. Man re r, and shipped
the bouy to Keokuk, tar ber was
some months afterward captured in a
logging camp In the far west.
A petition is also being circulate
asking a pardon fot Frank Anderson
who Nov. 20, 1897, murdered Charles
Condo in Moline ' by striking him
over the head with a club, daring
quarrel. Anderson was sentenced to
Trial of Contempt Cut.
The contempt case brought by Fred
llass against the U., It 1 K V
Railway company, through certain of
its employes, for the alleged violation
oi the terms of tbe injunction recent
ly sustained by the supreme court.
was taken up in the circuit court to
day. As previously slated in these
columns, the immediate occasion for
the action lay in the operations of a
crew of section men, who were at
work on side tracks belonging to the
Peoria road, but used bv tbe D., R I
& X. W.
The 'takng of evidence was com
pleted at noon, and this afternoon the
arguments are being heard. Sweenev
& Walker and Jackson & Harst rep
resent the railroad interests and the
Messers. Ken worthy appear for Mr.
The damage case of Crudup v-0
bsnreiner, wnicn has occupied tbe
circuit court most of the present
week, was laid over jesterday after
noon till Monday. Meanwhile Judgt
Gest has under advisement a motion
to take the matter from the jury,
made by the attorney for the defense
IIorrowloE of Flies Restricted
Judge Adams has entered upon his
docket an order restricting the taking
of original tiles from tha archives in
the county clerk s otuco. The liberty
of so doing nas often been abused, de
laying, in some cases, important
actions, and in others, resulting in the
loss of valuable records. Hereafter
the tiles can be removed onlv upon an
express order from the court, and the
use for the same will have to be made
clear. The county clerk has been in.
struc.ed to look after the return of all
those now out.
Flea of (JuUty.
O. T. Saunders entered a pica of
guilty to larceny in the county court
vesterday afternoon, and Judge Ad
am 8 imposed a tine of f 15, which was
ARE TO BUY MORE LAND.
Negotiations are pending for the
transfer of a portion of the Rodman
tract lying south of Chippiannock
cemetery to two of the Catholic
churches of the city, for use as a
Kevlval Meetings. -
The last week tof special gospel
meetings at tbe first Jiaptist church
will begin tomorrow. Miss Downey
will preach morning and 'evening and
will have a large part in the young
people's meeting at 0:30. Tomorrow
being Miss Downey's last Sunday
here, large congregations will with
out doubt wait on her ministry. - All
the meetings yesterday were well
attended. At the close of last night's
meeting a thanksgiving testimony
service was had. and a large number
thanked God for the good that had
come to them in connection with this
revival season. The ordinance of
baptism will be administered tomor-
Made Toons Again.
-One of Dr. King's Hew Life Tills
each night for two weeks has put me
in mv 'teens' again," writes v. li.
Turner, of Dempseytown, Ta. They're
the best in the world for liver, stom
ach and bowels. Purely vegetable.
Never gripe. Only 25 cents at Ilartz
& UUcmeyer's drug store.
ltncklen'a Arnica Salve.
Has world-wide fame for m&rvelous
cares, it surpasses any other salve,
lotion, ointment or balm for cuts,
corns, barns, boils, sores, felons,
ulcers, tetter, salt rheum, fever soresr
chapped hands, skin eruptions, in
fallible for piles. Care guaranteed.
Only 25 cents at Ilartz & Ullemeyer's
drug store. -
This season there is a large death
rate among children from croup and
lung troubles. Prompt action will
save tbe little ones from these terrible
diseases. We know of nothing so cer
tain to give Instant relief as One Min
ute Cough Curo. It can also be relied
upon in grippu and all throat and lung
troubles of adults. Pleasant to take.
B. H. Bieber and Ilartz & Ullemeyer
B EATEN AT BASKETBALL.
Local Team Meet Defeat. Last Night at
The basketball team of the Y. M. C.
A. that went to Muscatine last night
suffered a not altogether unlooked for
defeat. Noe of the team originally
selected to go was able to report yes
terday and several who went had had
no experience outside of the home
gymnasium. The gymnasium where
the game was played was small and
there were no limit lines, renderiog
play continuous and very rough. The
score was 43 to 9, which, the bojs
say, reads differently from what "it
will after a return game is played.
Mrs. M. Lanham i3 visiting in Briar
Miss Emma Winter vjsited in Port
Mrs. M. lltusen and children are
visiting in Princeton. .
George Evans is ill of typhoid fever
at his home, 19Q6 Fifth avenue. r.
Mr3. I. S. White has gone on a visit
to her former home in Pittston, Penn.
Chris Daly, agent of the Continental
line, was here from Peoria yesterday.
County Supt. Ferguson went to
Hampton, where the teachers of Di
vision No. 1 held an institute today.-
Mrs. W. Nicholson, of Port Bjron,
has been visiting the past fow days at
the homo of County Treasurer Cox.
Miss Rounds went to Galcsburg to
day to assist in an operation for tbe
removal of a needle by the X-ray pro
E L. Mancker and Tod lleesling left
today for Denver, where they will
breathe the mountain air foe a few
Clarence Pratt, who has" passed
through such a severe friego of ty
phoid pneumonia; is much belter and
is now considered out of danger.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jeffries leaves to
night for Horton, Kas., for several
weeks' visit, after which she expects
to return to her former home in the
S. S. Kemble, who has been visiting
at the home of Postmaster T. H.
Thomas, left this morning to join
Mrs. Kemble in Indianapolis. Before
leaving, "Mr. Kemble intimated that
be will attempt to prevail upon Mrs
Kemble to return to this city to re
DAY'S OBITUARY RECORD.
UeatU of 1 tA. Schwarts ISody to be
Shipped to ButllDStoa.
1. A. Schwartz died yesterday at
his home, 411 Forty-fourth street,
after three weeks' illness w'th typhoid
fever. He was about 38 years of age
and had lately been employed as ma
chinist at Deere & Ca'i In- Marine.
He came to this city about four years
ago from Cedar Rapids. A wife and
two daughters survive. rThe'funeral
taVes piace a 2 o'clock' tomorrow
from the home, and will be attended
by the Tri-City Machinists' union, of
which deceased was sccretarv, in a
body. The remains will be shipped
to Uurllngton Monday for Intermoat
Mrs. .Martha Walker died at her
home in Colona township. Henry
county, this week, aged 76 years.
She was the widow of W. L. Walker.
She had resided in Colona for 50
years. She is - survived by ' three
children: William and John Walker,
who live on the farm, and Mrs. Haves,
of Rock Island.
Mrs. Elizabeth Walters died at 3
o'clock yesterday at her home, 411
Twenty-second street, of consuniD-
ion. fche was so years of age and
leaves c husband. Anton Walters, and
two small children. The funeral oc
curs Monday morning at D o'clock
from St. Mary's church.
The funeral of Jesse Bell, tbe col
ored porter who was killed at Coun
cil Bluffs Thureday morning, will be
held at Iowa City at 2 o'clock tomor
row. A number of colore! porters
will go from here to act as pall
ROBBERS AT WINCHESTER.
II old Up Fred Warrick, Formerly "J
Operator Here. .'
Fred Warrick, who recently left the
position of night operator on the C,
B. & Q. here for a similar, position at
Winchester, near Alton, on the same
road, was last night treated to a little
wild west oxperience that probably
made him wish for a time ho ' was
back in Rock Island. A gang of hold
up men toot mm ironi his- ouice at
the point of revolvers and locked him
up in a refrigerator car. while they
proceeded to riile the depot of valu
' Auibalauco Calla.-
Miss Carrie Slater was removed to
St. Anthony's hospital yesterday from
her home, bzl l welfth street.
Miss Lareoa was taken from 2514
Third avenue to the home of S. J.
Eanson, 1103 Twenty-first streec. .
miss Appieoy wis taken from tne
hospital to her home at Fifth street
and Sixth avenue.
Don't get side-tracked in business.
Dullness sometimes passes for death.
Men with brains reach tbe goal.
Rocky Mountain; Tea puts gray mat
ter into one's head. 35 cents. " T. H.
When threatened by pneamonia or
any other lung trou bio, prompt relief
is necessary, as it is dangerous to de
lay. Wo would suggest that One
Minute Cough Cure be taken as soon
as indications of having taken cold are
noticed. It cures quickly and its
early use prevents consumption. . B
u. ueiovr auu xiariz cs uuemeycr.
AFIER STATE OFFICES
Col. D. Jack Foster Prominent
in Adjutant Ceneralcy
A GOOD BETH FOB M'KTNNEY
Newspapers Still Having Fun
With Congressman G. W.
Iaterest ia Illinois pDlitics will be
divided in the immediate future, now
that the senatorial contest has been
ended, between Gov. Yate' appoint
ments and apportionment bills in the
legislature. Both subjects are
clamoring for attention. The leading
aspirants for the adjutant generalcy
are Capt. John B. Ionian, of Spring
field, department commander of the
G. A. R.; Col. C..R. K. Koch, of Chi
cago, former colonel of the 2d regi
ment; Col. D. Jack Foster, of Chi
cago, colonel of the Gth regiment;
Col. James M. ltice, of Peoria, and
Capt. Bolte,. of Chicago, who com
manded the campaign rough riders.
Col. Foster has some of the strong
est recommendations of anybody,
backed up by a unique record in the
Spanish war. He took out a regiment
of raw men, led them through all the
perils of camp life and tbe Porto
Rican campaign and brought them
back home with the loss of only 13
men a record not duplicated by any
commanding officer in the service.
For "Cabinet" Position.
a foregone conclusion that
among the appointees to the "cabi
net" positions on the railroad and
warehouse and pardon boards will be
Andrew Russell, of Jacksonville; A.
Ij. French, of Chapin; James Neville,
of Bloomington. and Jtmes McKin
ney, of Altdo, provided they will
POKING FUJ AT Ol'S GEOROE.
Another Story of the Bud Wagon Failure
The newspaper representatives at
Springfield continue to have fun with
Congressman Prince over the collapse
of his senatorial boom. A corres
pondent has this to say further of his
failure to get into the Cullom band
wagon, as heretofore alluded to
"Congressman Prince, with his. one
solitary vote,' was the last into the
band wagon. He bad been forgotten
bv Tanner, Hitt and Cannon ia their
preparations. When the stampede
commenced, an old friend but a Cul
lom man, told Prince that 'things were
doing' on the parlor ll jor and that he
should tret into line. Prince was in
dignant -and unbelieving. Then he
learned the truth by a runner, and in
m minute he, too, was rapping at ben
ator Cullom's door while Cannon and
Hitt were inside.
'Congressman Prince is at the
door,' tbe colored man announced.
'"Tell him lam busy now and can
not see him for a few minutes,' the
"The claim is made for Prince that
he never was a candidate against Cul
lom. He had Senator Townsend's
vote, and is now said to have had
Representative Samuelson's with this
proviso, that if Senator Cullom
should have 5 votes on tbe first bal
lot in caucus, Samuclson and Town-
send would then change from Prince
and make his nomination. If this be
so, it is about all the credit Prince has
had out of the fight."
Will of Peter Kosenthal.
The will of the late Peter Rosen
thal, of this city, has been admitted
to probate. By its terms frank YV
liloehlinger is appointed executor
with instructions to convert all effects
into cash and dispose of it as follows:
To Rev. F. J. Poettkin. who officiated
at bis funeral. $100; to St. Mary's
church f2'JU. to liennv t. liloehlinger
flOO, to Mary M. Blochlinger $100, to
Charles Rosenthal f 100, and the re
mainder to St. Anthony's hospital.
Emile Galctte was fined $1 for dis
orderly conduct by Justice Schroedcr.
As the prisoner was "oroKe" ne is
boarding at the counoy jail.
C. I). Lownev. a railroad man
claim in"- to hail from Sedalia. Mo..
was lioed $3 by Magistrate Stafford
. i j
tor uisorueriy conuuoi.
My heart and hand another claimed,
His plea had come too late.
It's ever thus with people without
pluck and vim.
Take Rocky Mountain Tea, don't get
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
A Prominent Chicago Woman Speak.
Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, vice
president of the Illinois Woman's
alliance, in speaking of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, says: "I - suffered
with a severe cold this winter, which
threatened to run into pneumonia. I
tried different remedies, but I seemed
to grow worse and the medicine upset
my stomach. A friend advised me to
try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
I found it was pleasant to take and it
relieved me at once. I am now en
tirely recovered, saved a doctor's bill,
time and suffering, and I will never
be without this splendid medicine
again." tor sale oy an druggists.
- The most soothing, healing and an
tiseptic application ever devised is
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It re
lieves at once and cures piles, sores,
eczema and skin diseases. Beware of
imitations, B. II. Bieber and Hartz
& Uilemeyer. . .
Great Reduction Sale Beginning Today and
Continuing for one Week Including
Jan. 25th and 26th.
This is to be a great sacrifice sale as wo
wish to reduce our stock before invoic
ing A Great Money Sa ving Sale
It will pay you to see our goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere.
OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS.
GEO F. SCHMALE, PROP.
1705 Second Avenue
End of the
Season Clothing sale.
We have had an unusually profitable season; we have sold
better goods for less money than ever before. This was
because tbe increased volume of our business permitted
us to safely sell our goods with a smaller margin of profit
than heretofore, and now at the end of the regular selling
season, we have gathered together ends of lots of suits,
overcoats and trousers and propose to make a sweeping
clearing sale of them at such attractive prices as will give
an opportunity to people with the slenderest purses to
own the best clothing that it is possible to produce. We
call your attention specially to the fact that while there
is no complete line of sizes in any one pattern, there is a
perfect assortment of sizes at. each price, so that every
man. no matter what his size or proportion, can be prop
Men's fancy worsted suits that sold at f 25, $23.50, $22,
f21 and $20, closing sale price $18.00
Men's fancy worsted and cheviot suits that sold at $18,
- $16.50, $17.50 and $15. closing sale price 12.50
Men's fancv cheviot and cassimere suits that sold at $11,
$10, $5 50, $8.50 and $S, closing sale price 7.00
Boys' knee pant suits, aged 7 to 15, that sold at $7.50, -
$6.50, $6, $5.50, $5 and $4.50, closing sale price...... 3.45
A straight discount of 25 per cent on every overcoat or
v ulster In the store.
. SQMM.ERS & LAVELLE.
1802 Stond Avenue. One Price.
DORN, THE TAILOR;
1812 Second Avenue.
Brandenhurg IVlillinery Store.
That the ladies of this vicinity appreciate nice millinery has been
demonstrated by the patronage given this store since the opening
display of the styles last September. Business began with a rush,
and the interest has been maintained ia a manner- gratifying to us,
and, we believe, to the advantage of our patrons. Christmas marks
the beginning of what is usually considered the doll reason in the
millinery trade, but we will keep in touch with the latest ideas in
the world of fashions, and thus main ain this store as the center of -
feminine interest in the three cities in all things pertaining to fash
ionable headgear, hair ornaments and veilings. "
Brandenburg Wl illinery Store."
Phona l237:Ccmer.Twentiair CStrtet landlFourth Avenue.
says the sage, but there is wisdom
in knowing how to apply it. Get a
durable, well made and perfect-fitting
suit of clothing or overcoat made by a
first-class tailor, and. you will find it
cheap in the -long run. Garments
made by us bear tbe stamp of style,
hang well and fit well, and are made
from the best imported or domestic