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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, ATICII 4, 1902,
Solid ' School Shoes.
Our school shoes are the host wearing .shoes that
leather antl workmanship can make. Ami our
lriees are right. Our line of
LADIES AND GENTS' SHOES
is correct. We have in stock all the newest lasts,
all the newest patterns, all the latest Ideas. Kvery
shoe Is a poi'feet litter.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Ladies' and Gents'
and Dyed at 1909 Second Avenue.
Gents Price List.
Full sui". . . . .
Coa'- and vest
vcroats . . .
. .. 1 .Uo
. . . .
. ... 1..10
(ox Is called for ainl delivered
NEW PANITORIUM CLUB.
1V1. (iiocu :17:;. Ed Dubinsky. Prop.
I. S. We ire still looking for more members. It only cost-i il tier mouth aud you
get your clot lie cleaned auJ pressed, ami
TUB TKVELEK8' UCIUE.
(HlCAti . R CK IHUNU
J Pacific Rallwav Tickets
can b purchased at City
T eket office, imi Seeond ave
nue, or C , R I. A. P. depot
corner F'fth trtoue aud Ttair-
ty-Cflh street. Frank U Hum er, asent.
1H1S. I KA-ST.
T-cuTt-.r ura'ted & Uujjlia.. t :s:4s am
f t. Worth. Denver K C't B:S aa
M r.ncap'iils :t 5:50 am
tlniaba. & lies Moines .... . :) t
I w EST
tttmaba & Minneapolis.... 12:i an
tlmarja.t Lincoln z 7:55 am
Ua Moines & Omaha 11:55 pen
Iierver. Linc-ln & Omaha. 2:40 ana t 3:50 am
lies Moines Kxpress J12M5 pm C:f2 am
St Paul &. h lt.neapoHs . 2:40 mit 9 15 pm
D-nver. Ft Worth & K. C. 5:00 ai10 35 pm
Jlva' sasCity. t Joe ADenv II:I0 pm't ii::w am
JKixik Island& Washington 11:50 tmjt 3:25 pm
Chicago & UesMoi'es 2:'5 pm't 8:20 prr.
Kock Island & Brooklyn A :35 pu 7:40 am
tomiha & nock Island 6:t0 pm ;I0 35 am
;'?!iic?Mr A IHivnnori . ! It 7:tQ pm
rr vaL t' eorture. jDaiiy, except, .-.uo-dar.
Dally, excep Saturday. All others
daily 1 eli-phone 1093 and 1423
BURLINGTON ROUTE C,
II. &. i). RAILWAV-Depot
Second avenue and Twen
M. J. young.
J 'eon. Qulnev. oaics-
burg and p-tening
Peoria. Bcardstowa. Bur
6 25 am 0:55 am
2:25 pm til 01 pm
7:15 pm 7:25 pm
t7:'Rpm t7:25 pm
t G:55 am
7:i" am w w am
7:05 am C:15 am
iiri-ton, Denver and
St. Louis. Kan.sai City
I enver and Pacific
Ciiiis; v la Uaieiburjj . . .
Stcrliop and points In-
Fast Moiine (suburban)..
St- l, lener aud west
' Hnton ami '"ub'ique
Davenport and Clinton ..
i unton. Dubuque, La
Crosse, kt Haul. Mlno
rd we t a"d N W
lal'T Dllv except SnndaT
ROCK ISLXND & PEOKIA
hallway. Depot KlSt avenue
and 'twentieth fltreet. Kf. A
.ppn Patterson, general patseneer
$ T tUAI agent. Pasenper trains leave
. .L depot ten (10) minutes earlier
IJO' than time riven.
k. L. uorr. a pent.
I AHRI VK
1. orla. c-prb-gdeld. at. 1..
10 SO pm
Peoria. SDriagtleld. Indian-
Insrton. bt jjuis
Peoria, Indians polls. Cln-
Sh- rrard Accommodati m
Ceble & Kher-ard iccom.
enable & Sherrard Aceom.
0 15 am
Tra'ns marued are daily Auuuicrs eauy
y & St. i
Paul R.bway. - D..
R. T Al NT W. mtMfienirer fttii-
jMlLWAHKu) foot of seventeenih
' btreeu Georce W. w. od.
Kent. The trains for Du
buque and points corth iuo
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Kreepor acd Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna
11 trains w'll connect at bavanna for points
east ard wet
I IA1TI I AKHITI
lrubuL.e aud St. Paui Pas-
10 15 am
Irubuque and at Paul Pan-!
4:00 pmj 9 15 pm
7:10 ami 9:15 pm
4:20 rm 11:40 am
r reeport I press
All trains d.lly except sundav.
Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County, f
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore
closure. General No. 5.C0O
Dar.iel H'yes and Alice Warfleld Haves.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
a Decree of said Court entered In the
above entitled cause on he thirty-first
day of Jaruaiy. A. D.. 19T2. I Bhl. on
Hxturdav the rifteen'h dsy of March. A. D.
l'.nrj, at the hour of two o'clock In tbo af
ternoon, at the esi door of the Court House
In tb City of Kock Island. In said County of
Kock Island, to satis' said Deere sell at
public vendue to the highest blddrr for ca-b
those certain parc-ls f Land, situate In the
Countv or Kock Island and state, of Illinois,
knoan ai d described as fol owa. to wl:
Tbenorthesst quvter C of Section Six
(r".) th-esi ba'f H ' f the noulheaat quarter
(') of sld Reei Ion i-li: sna all of ib fouhwest
iiu.r er (' of said Seet'on six (f3 el In town-
fchip lumier sixteen (16) onh Range Mo. 4
west of the 4tn P M : excepting, however,
from the last described traet the fa lowing-,
Commencing at tbe southwest corjrr of
section six (6 In townshfplx'een (11) North of
Kanse Four (4) wrstof the fourth (4tb) P M
thence north three acd serentv-f our one-huo-dredths
(a 7.) chains to the soulbess; corner of
section one (1) m township Lteen (IC) N. K
five (5) west of the 4th P M. tbecco north
six'.j-dve (65) degrees east si ng the center of
tLe p- bile bltrbwy four (4) halcx, toence
north tlx t$ -live ( degreo ei'. one aed sx-t.-two
one hundredths (162) chains, thence
r uth six atd ttctytwo on hundred bs
(S22) cbai s. to tre sne.tlon line, tbenee west
five acd five one hurdredtb (5 05 chains to
tbep'aee, fbennnine confioiug two and fifty
one-Dund-eO'bs 2 &') ares. ail of tha above
described )-nd. bel'if f-l'.nated In the County
of Kock l?lnd a & 8 ate of Clinols.
Dated at R.ck Island. I Itnols, th s Eleventh
day of February, A. u 19 2.
WiLTE J KKTRIKIW.
Master la Chancery, Kock Island County,
bween-y & Wa ker.
SPECIAL FOB TWO
I-ulics' waists cleaned. .ItV
I'.uo j Inlies' skirts cleaned, 7.re.
shoes shincd every
ISEPORT OF THE CONDITION'
Central Trust and Savings Bank
A t Rook Island.
Stte of Illinol". before the commencement of
business on llir .'Mlid.iv i( Kebiuary. IWU2 as
made to th- Auditor of Publlo Aeeounts, for
the state of Illinois pursuant to lav:
Loins and di'counn... lfKfl,41l 81
IHbe oonds and ne;uri
t en. Including premi-
um W7.ft CO
Due from Nat bnks... CI..T38 CO
Djh fr ni s'ate batiks
and bankers 116,4(C 71 2:0.8 5 31
Casti on band:
n. lold coin 3 000 00
b. Silver Coin. 3sj oil
. Silver treasury
(lertitieates 1.CI0 110
e. Ntionl bank cur
rency 2 2b00
f Leeal Tender and
1 reasury Notes 2.4t3 00
t. Fractional curren
. e. nickels and
cents 24 ( 5 0.723 C5
Capita' Stoek p ild In...
les exneasei and
Dein .tid 4 cpoi-iis. il1i
Iduv p2i;,714 03
Demand Deposits, ier-
liilcaies 17 410 fc5
.fy.4 r 17
State of lllinolp. I
Rouk Island County. I
H. K Cast.eel. os)ier of the Central
Trust and Savitis b-ink. do solemnly swear
mat the above siav ineiit is true, to the best
of uiy knowledge and uelief.
il. m UAsrtct, casaier
Subscribed and sworn to before me thU 4th
day of March, l'i
W II. G est. Notary Pubac.
('1HCltl. rCBI.ICATlON )
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Peoples National Bank
AT BOCK ISLAND,
In the State of Illinois, at the cloe of
bu--ineis. r eb. 2.", lwo.
Loans and discounts (2fH.E15 49
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured ..: 21.813 65
C S. Bonds to secure circu
lation 30 000 On
Stocks, securities, etc ... 1W.9U0 00
H;inkmtf-bou-se. furniture and
fixtures 1.500 00
Due from National Banks
(not Reserve Airents) 8.703 67
Due from State Banks and
Hankers 2.S10 .13
Due from upproved reserve
agents 59 437 M
I'.t-rnai revenue stamp... 7
Cbecksandotnercasb items 299 96
Noles of other National
Banks 2.7U3 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels anil cents 3i3 02
Specie $ fJ
LcKal-lender notes K.
-I M.WI 52
Redemption fund wlthU. S.
Tieasurer (5 per cent of
Due Ir.m C. .- 'j reasurer
.other nao 5 per cent re
1 000 CO
Capital stock paid in
Ciidivided prolils less ex
Denses acd taxes paid..
National Bank notes out
standing Cut to other NatioLal
Backs 55.269 76
Due to state clanks and
Bankers I !4 78
Individual deposits sul
ject to check 249.7H 68
Demand eeriiiicates of
depokit 51.500 33
2J 200 TO
STATE OK ILLINOIS.
Unsir iir nix.'K Lsind.
I. C. IUllpenstell. cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly sweartbat the above
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
und belief. C. IiKLLPiuNSTk.LL.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4ib
day of March, r.2.
f. P. GOLDSMITH.
tniCAf. Notary Public.
Correct A tteat:
Jus hosnNriKI.O, I
I'etkb Fkieh V Directors.
D. T. KoBINsoN. 1
The finest equipped health institu
tion in America. AH lands of baths.
Big: swiming pool and gymnasium.
The best of skilled medical attend
ance. Macmificent buildinrs and
grounds. First-class cuisine. Send for
HEALTH iaURMAL FkSLCm
To E.V. D. MORRIS, M.D- D.D. Supf.
; i . i
r.M'k Inland, March 3. The City Conn
cil nu t in regular seiiii-mont hi v ession
at 7 i. in.. Mayor Knox jresiilinr, and
all the aluVinieii jirt's'iit except White
Alilcniiaii Anderson wlferpd u resolu
tion which was u.lojiled, jirovklinr that
flic rules lie susiicnded; the found'
take up llic pay roll und eonsiilcr a prop
osition from the Tri-City Kailway Co
and that an adjournment be taken to
.Mderman .Anderson, from the commit
tee tin finance, presented an ordinance
whieh was unanimously adopted, allow
in liills out of the various municipal
funds a follows:
L.VUOR P AY ROLL.
No. 12 3 4
John Shellv (10 14 00 14 on 14 0
Geo McGee 10 on 14 no IS no
Jas LolenberRer 12 11 00 14 00 4 ftJ
Jos Maxwell 4
Kmil LetiorR 12 00 It 00 14 00 14 01
W A Gllei 4 mi 12 cm 12 Oil
J Thompson 2 M A 00 14 0
A Stcc-s 7 00 3 Oj
II Deiaenroth 9 ID I M
C Baker C ml 2 Ci
W O'Brien 7 50 7 M
J Anthony 5 2 7 !'j
C Kushiuan .
O Goddard ..
W Surr ......
T Iloldorf ...
T. llarptr ...
C Harper ...
K A Brasher
J Com au nun
Labor pay roll.. To) 00 F.mil llstvrman.. tS i
Labor pay roll 7'l J Mi Mlrliu. l . . :W 44
libor pay roll.. S2 0 M V Ariher 13 4
Labor pay roll.. SiJ 00 Mrs A Tetteler .. S 04
Jos DeSilva .r0 00 Win Klo khau .. 2 CC
y Yerbury 75 00 Simon Lewis .... W
Au; Vinretit M M
GAKNSKY SQUARE ACCOUNT.
Labor pay roll.. 3 00
l.abor pay roil .. K iwJohn Williams.. 4". 00
I-abor puy roll .. CI '- J K Robinson .. 1-04
lilir.ois f:-. el ( o .C.'C 0 ( lianiiun P & Co 2 2:
rjial STKUHT IMPROVEMENT 10th to 1SU
Lsbor pay roll.. 21 7 Labor pay roll., lj CI
1st WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll . . II 25
7th WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll.. 1 50 .
Labor pay roll.. 7 50
Cen U Tel Co. . 12 00 Globe Bindery . . C "1
Mrs M Judson H(f)
Globe Bidery II 73 Kramer Ac Co 2 .13
Peoples Tower Co l.SOl 9J
21st STREET IMPROVEMENT.
II B Hubbard. Co. Clerk S3 5(1
B F Knox 100 fO W J Gamble .... G6 6C
II C SchalTer ..100 COW Trelrhler ....C6 6!
John K Scott .. 06 66 W II Gest Jr.... S 3j
Jas Darnell SI 25 W Eberbart 8 00
B J McCabe .... C4 5 O Swanson 4 im
Andrew Etzel .. CI Z5 T P Laflin 21 01
John Sihmid ... f.6 25 P B Lime Assn.. 14 54
Henry Thode .. 25 Smith & llause . . 7 S
D McCarty .... 56 23 J Fitzpatriek 5 40
Chas Moody 5C 21 Phil Weber 4 flo
Herman Sehnert 56 2.1 F HilnnRpr 3 S3
J W Bowes .... 56 21 Luniotit Coal Co 3 00
Sidney Pearson 56 21 C Hansen 2 SO
A Carlson 56 25 C B & Q Tr Co 2 71
Jas Brinn 56 21 Mrs M J Phillips 2 00
Geo Pahl t6 25 John Stuhr 2 00
Wm Ferkel 56 23 Ben Rinek SO
Riehard Kell 5C 25
FIRE DEPARTMENT NO. 1.
Chas Hastings .. 71 6 Henry Dast 21 50
Peter Frey 6J 33 F Ohlweiler .... 20 50
Geo Newberry .. 51(0? A Wrlsht 7 50
A McDonald .... 55 00W B Graves ... 700
Danl Doyle 55 00 Smith & llause . 5 00
Ernest Rltz .... DO 00 John Gibson .. t 50
Luther Anderson 50 00 Mrs M Egan 2 S9
J Sullivan 50 00 F Hilfinger 2 25
Wru, RcBord .. 25 96
V Pelsenroth ..59 16 Jos Schroedor .. 3 00
Chas Schroeder . 56 (0 F Hilfii.Kor 3 25
Homer Wirt .. 50 00 Mrs M Repine ..2 40
M Corcoran 00
J Mulcaby 59 16 O Swanson 9 20
Wm Long 55 0) Phil Weber 4 05
II Herman 53 00 Jos Sehroeder .. 2 10
John Runse ' 5- 00 Mary Miti'hell .. 1 44
Labor pay roll., fi.1 CO P T Panoroft
Labor pay roll.. 60 90 clerk hire 2.100
Labor pay roll. . 5S 63 C V Min. Co. .409 05
Labor pay roll.. 50 90 Globe Bindery.. 96 20
P T Bancro t . .100 on Dav Fdry & Maeh
W Wise 72 fO Co 36 CS
B S Durllng .... 03 W k MrMahon .. ! 55
W Sprague (5 00 Channon P & Co S 70
Jas Farrell .... 05 00 llerscy Mfg Co. 5 5S
l Flemlni; 30 CO C Mu. Her A Sms 2 27
G Nlrhols 50 00 Wm Kloekhau .. 1 CO
Smith & Hause 1 00
II II Harris . . CO 00 II F Lamp .. 50 00
G G Walll. k . . 50 00
Health aecr 573 00 Salary aert 403 31
Garsney square ..3 00 Police aret 996 52
Bridge arrt 4S3 00 Fire dep tm't 1..511 09
22d at linprov. Fire dep'tm't 2.. 178 81
10 to ISth ave. .36 73 Fire dep'tm't 3. .236 00
let ward sidewalk it 21
7th ward sidewalk 1 50 fl.&S3 59
Sewer arrt 7 50 Waterworks ex 1.309 18
OtTiee aert 26 50 Reservoir ex.. 172 40
Printing aect 14 21
Light t 1.30' 96 Ju.365 17
21st st tmprov 83 10
A coinninnicatiiiii from the Hoard of
Education with hills for vaccine point
etc., to the 'amount of $104, was re
ferred Hack with a rciiucst that the
Hoard settle the hills.
The Clerk read a iH-tition from the Tri
City Railway Co. akinj leave to lay a
carhouse switch track alxiut HO feet
west of Thii ty-fifth street and extending
westerly 3.10 feet with the necessary
connections to enter a new hrick notice.
The petition was granted by unanimous
vote, on motion of Alderman Anderson.
The Council adjourned to Wednesday
evening, on motion of Alderman An
drew.. H. C. SchalTer.
Beware of substitutes ottered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable med
icines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by all
. nw Are Tair Kidneys I
Dr. nobbs'SparafasPllUenre all kidney Ills. 8am
ITS. Add. HtMiUut Heated? Co. Ctucatfc or K.
Continued From First Page.
music ami soac :inn Herman nnifne
at Hint. The prince ami his suite liard
Iy had tlu taste of the dinner out of
their mouths when they wuc escorted
to carriages ami driven to t lie First
lii-iiiicnt armory, where he arrived at
about J p. tn. lie and Ids escort oc
cupied th tirst balcony, above the en
trance. An address of welcome was
made by T. J. I.olens. mid later an
original poeui. expressing the enti
luentM of the (I'erman residents of t'lil
ciL'o, was read by the author. Fi. F. L.
On the tirst floor, at the west end.
on a platform -joxsu feet, were l.uoii
men members of the Fnitcd tierman
Maeimerclior and the I'nited Sinjrers
of Chicago, under the direction tf (iiu
tav Klu lu.i n. They s:uik "America" as
lb- oxni it tf number f the pnii-amme.
liretly in front of them was sta
tioned the Metropolitan orchestra, of
Chicago, fifty niece;";. Carl I'.unyv. tli-r-ctor.
Facing Ihe prince the Indies'
t horal sx l'ty, -tmiH)sed of .."() wo
mt n. occiiplinl the west pallery. The
Jjtdies Choral Miciety saim the "Bat
tle Hymn of the Itepublic" After the
I'uitetl Singers had sunn "America"
the musical prouramme mixed, closinj;
with the ".Star Spanuled Banner."
KALI. CLOSES THE PROGRAM MK
Most I in posing of the Entertainments I'ro
vlileil for tha Kaiser's Brother.
From the First Ilelment armory,
after exprcssiii;r bis jrratit'.cation at
the entertainment there, the prince was
driven back to -ihe Auditorium, where
he prepared to "take in" the conclud
ing number of the programme and the
most initKisit! thereon during his stay
here the rand lill. Invitations had
been sent to li.r4 K tif Chicago's most
representative citizens, and of the
number who accepted the tirst NiH)
were selected. Each man was accom
pniiUsl by one or more fair compan
ions, and the full attendance was in
the neighborhood of I'.immi. he ball
room was the Auditorium theater with
tin- whole pnniuette floored aud a box
magnificently decorated for the prince
and his escort.
In all parts of the ball room the
emblems of t iVrmaiiv and the Cnitcd
Slates were freely mingled. These
formed the basis for the other deco-
ibtioiiK. Estiecial emphasis had been
then to the nautical features In honor
of the prince's recent promotion to the
rank of admiral in the dermaii navy.
There were cijjht ship prows placed at
ditierent points. I-.ach or these was
sixteen feet hijih and projected aliout
eiuht feet. -All wore ornamented with
smilax. Shields bearing the Cerman
btandai'ds also were conspicuous.
The walls of the hall were deco
rated to a height of twenty-two feet.
I'lie decorations consisted principally
of black and white festoons entwined
under and above the private I nixes.
Heavy roil streamers and white panels
ombossi'd with Prussian cables marked
off the dividing lines of the Ihixos.
Thousands f yards of buntintr in the
colors of both (Jermaiiy nn.l tl.e I nited
States were draped around the hall,
;ud hundrcils of small I'nited States
uul Oeruinii tla.'s flow from lofty
places. I'alms. ferns, smilax and other
plants from the finest greenhouses in
Chicago wore distributed about the
No tuie was allowed on the floor un
til the prince arrived. -When it was an
nounced that the prince was ready to
outer, the receiving party, consisting
of Mayor Harrison and Mrs. Harrison
and (lovcrnor and Mrs. Yates, mem
bers of the general committee and the
wives of the married members of all
the committees, advanced across the
floor and took a position under the
arch on the stage directly opposite the
The prince marched to the ball room
from the men's parlor in the hotel,
escorted by members of the ball com
mittee. Just inside the entrance the
members of the ball committee stood
side and lsft the way clear for the
prince to advance to Mayor Harrison
and the receiving party. The mayor
a rooted Prince Henry and then pre
sented him to Mrs. Harrison and to
Jovcrnor and Mrs. Yates. After that
he was presented to the rest of those
who were standing in line. After a
few minutes of informal chatting the
prince was taken to his private !mx,
escorting Mrs. Harrison, while Mayor
Harrison followed with Mrs. aYtes.
As tlie royal visitor reached his box
the music changed from the prelimin
ary to the dance programme.
After that the prince was at liberty
to do as he pleased stay in his box
and chat with those there, go down
on the floor and mix with the popti
Mice, or dance with some of the fair
ones so willing to accord him that
The ball wound up at midnight,
end then the prince partook of a suii
per. which had been his own sugges
tion. This closed the day's festivi
ties. NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The senate subcommittee on isth
mian canals lias reported in favor of
dropping the Pauama route.
The United States has demanded of
Turkey satisfaction for the abduction
of Miss Stone, and Turkey says slni
l ad nothing to do with the case.
One robber is dying and Chief of
Tolice Lyons may lose an arm as the
result of n desperate battle between
IMilice and three burglars at Mattoon.
Propped In a chair In St. Mary's
hospital, 1'rooklyn, Neil Bryant, the
last of the old-time minstrels, awaits
It is reiHirtod that there lias been
.1 revolutionary outbreak in Colombia
near the capital and severe fighting
iii the immediate ncighliorhood of Bo
gota, but that the rebels wore de
feated. Governor Y"ates, of Illinois, has is
sued his Arbor day proclamation, mak
ing Friday. April 5, Arbor day.
Fire which started in the Standish
House. Standish Mich., burned eight
business houses before It was brought
under control. Total loss, $."0,000.
The supreme court has decided that
cities may divide, taxpayers into
classes for purposes of taxation.
Commercial insolvencies in February
numliered 1,104, with ll,aiC,rJ9 lia
bilities. All the news all the time Xhe
Chicago. March 4. Following are the open
lng highest, lowest aud closing quotations
in today's markets:
March. 74: 71: 71: 71.
Mav, 75(!.?0: 70'i : 75; 76',.
July, 70u; 70Jj; TtJ.'i: 7ts.
March. 50V: 59K: 59'i: 59';.
May, OO4i0(,til: 62 S: 0sa: !?.
July, 60?(ti0o4; 011.; go; til .
March. 43: 43; 43: 43.
May. 44: 44H: 4H'i : 44'..
July, 3&&35H ; 33V, 3-"; 33!4-.
March. 15.10: 1510: IS. Hi; 15 10.
Mav, 15 30: 15.37; 15.;W: 15.3(i.
Jul', 15.50; 15.55; 15.45; 15.50.
March. 9.20: 9.:0: 9.20; 9.i0. '
Mav. 9.37 : 9.40: 9.35 : 9.33 .
July, 9.47; 9.52; 9.47; 9.47.
March. 8.25: 8.25; 8.25: 8.11.
Mav, 8.35; H.37: 8.35: 8.35.
Julv, b. 47; a.50; b.47: s.47.
Receipts today: Wheat 47. corn 132. oats
hit. mors I'.i.ouu, came 4 ouu, sneep la.iiuu.
JIoks left over. 4.229.
Kansas City Hoi; receipts 9.000, cattle
Omaha Hoks 6,700. cattle 3.400.
Hog market opened steady. Lieht. t5.75ffi
t M; mixed and butchers. (6.oui(.6.45; good
neavy. Hi ior((.s.&o: routn neavy, to. 10410.20.
Came market openca steauv.
Sheep market ojieued steady.
Uuion Slock yards, B:40a. in.
Hog market opened 5c lower than vester
day's opening. Light, i5.75r- 0.30; mixed and
butchers, s yo! ts .50; good heavy, to.U54te.ftO;
rough he-v. o.u"ii.6.2o.
Cattle inarkx-t onened steadv to strone
Beeves. (4.0u"O.HD: cows and heifers, il.wfcj.
5.10: Texas steers, i4.2.ito.90; blockers and
Sheep market opened steadv.
Hog market closed weak. Light. (5.75(38.25:
mixea ana ouicners. .i.n;X'.6.4.-: goou neavv
d U"it6.50: rouKti beavv. i ttutu.ftS.2o.
Cattle market closed slow and steady.
Sheep market closed strong to lac higher.
klslimated receipts Wednesday: Wheat 13,
corn f.i, oats w, nogs 4u.ua.
New York Stocks.
New York. March 4. The following are the
closing quotatioun on the New York slock
so. Pacific cr.'i. sugar 12CV C. & A. com. 36.
gas 100. I'enna. l.'xi',. B. & O. loii. C. R. I. &
P. itUH-C.M. &St.Paui iG2i. Manhattan 131
PaciUc Mail 4U. Alchisonrommon 75W. W. U
Tel. Co. ik.. N. Y. Central 162. L. & N.
bd'i. B. R. T. KIS. R- D. G. Ifd. H0. leather
iuo. sis. copper i-,. Atcnisun ptu. vos. c.
.s. rteei jia V4'a. c. teei common 4:1
Missouri Pacific iie1. Union Pacific common
9!', coal and iron 6. Krie common 37H
W abash pttMMK.tin cau common 14 'i, tin can
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stoek. Feed antl Fuel.
Rock Island. March 4. The following are
the wholesale quotations on today's mar
Butter Creamer' 2lc. dairy 20c to 51c.
KgKS Fresh 20c.
Live poultry chickens He, hens 6c, lur-
kevs 10c. uucks vc, geese IK-.
Vegetables -Potatoes Ou to 95c, onions 11.75,
LU I III ps 4lC,
Fruits -Apples per bbl. tl.25 to $5.50.
Cattle Steers fl.oo to jti.oo. calves $5.50 to
Hoes Mixed and butchers 85.50 to td.Of.
Sheep- Yearlings or over. jer cwt. i to
ft.. hi, i-amus per neati to M oo.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain- Corn floe to esc. oats 4'ic to 4Vc.
Forage-Timothy hay fn to 15. prairie hay
liv. ciover nav i:s. naieii prairie fi. 10 f 1
baled timothy f 13..V1. oat straw fs.
Wood -Hard. iit-r load 4.5o.
Coal - Lump, per bushel 12c, slack, jier
Strikes a Bleb Kiml.
"1 was troubled for several vears
with chronic indigestion and nervous
tlebiliiv." writes F. (!. tiroon. of I.an-
easter, .. 11. "No remedy helped me
until 1 began using Kleotric Bitters,
which did me more good than all the
medicines 1 over used. They have al
so kept my wife in excellent health
for years. She says Fleet rio Bitters
are just splendid for female troubles,
that they are a grand tonic and in
vigorator for weak, run down wo
men. No other medicine can take its
place in our family." Try them. On
ly ,10o. Satisfaction guaranteed by
liartz & Cllemever. druggists.
LOST AND FOOD
LOST Wednesday night, lady's- gold watch
and chain containing photograph and mon
ogram. Finder return to this office and
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Denton. 124
West Third street. Davenport. McCul
lough block. Rooms 51 and 52. Cures
chronic and nervous diseases permanent
ly with lew treatments. A'. references.
Hours 1 to 5. and 7.;io to 9 p. in.
Jackson & Hurst. Attorneys.
State of Illinois.
Ronk Island County f'
In the Circuit Court. In Chancer?. Fore-
Closure General No 4 0
Fred Weyerhaeuser and F. C. A. Denkmann,
partners &c. as Weyerhaeuser and Denk
W. T. Venamm. Ha-Ue M Vcnam-n George
W. Walker. Gust Kd and O. 0. r md'ey.
Notice is nereov given that bv virtue of a
decree, of said Court, enterrd in the above en
titled cause, on the Twenty-n'nth d y of Janu
ary. A. u. w: 1 snail, on -aturaay. the Fif
teenth day of March A. D. 1902. at 1 he hour of two
o'clock tn the at ternooa.av the east door of the
Court House iu th City of Rock Island In said
County of Kooa 1-land, to satisfy said decree.,
sell at pub la vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, those certain narce sf land Mtuate In
the Uouoty of Kock I-land and state of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wlt:
Lots I'De (I) two (2) B.ock One (11 of
W Mdlawn. an additl -n to Moiine. as salu lots
are known and designated upon the recorded
plat of said addition sl'ut'e-d tn the Countv of
Rock Island and State of Illiot is
D-td at Rock Island, Illinois, this tenth day
of Februa y, A. D. 1902.
WAI.TKH J. t.STBIKlN,
Master tn Cttancerr. Kock Island county, 111
jackson a: ttrjKST,
Complainant s Solicitors
- Jackson & Hurst. Attorneys.
State of Illinois, f
Rock Island county.
In the circuit cour in chancery
The Home Bul.dlig and Lian Asaaclatlon of
Mary Jane Murray and William H. Murray.
No 4861 Forecl-sure.
Notice ut hereby given that by virtue of a
Decree of sa.d Court, entered It the above
entitled eause. on the 8th day of Februaiy a
D , 1902, I bl'. on Sa'i rJay. th 22nd dsy or
March, . D . 1902, at the bocr of Two o'clock
in the afternoon, at the East Door of the
Court Hous, in th t l'y o( "ock Idand, In
the County or Kock Idaad. and State of Illi
nois arrres ld to stisv said Decree, tell at
Pnbli Vendue to the highest bidder, for eun
la band, that certain parcel c r laud situate in
toe County of Rock li-nd and dtate of III -noi-.
known and described as follows, to-wit:
Ibe East Ninety otO) feet of Lots No. One
(11 and T - (2) la Block No. Two (2) In bci
lt '. First Ad"ltloa o th- Ci-.y of Moiine
Dated at Rock Island JUUnols. tola 2lst day ot
February, a. Jj.. I9f2
WllTIB J. VKTRIKIK.
Mster la Chanre-y, Kock island Couaty, Illi
nois. Jaaksan & Hurst, Coxplaicsnt'a Scl'clwrs
Sample "Ladies' Shoes at
Almost Half Price
So.OO Sample Shoes and Oxfords at $3.00
81.00 Sample Slioes and Oxfords at S2.50
$3.00 Sample Shoes and Oxfords at $2.00
$2.50 Sample Slioes and Oxfords at $1.75
82.25 Sample Shoes and Oxfords at $1.50
A general mark down all through the stock of ladies' shoes. You are
AKE SUUE OF A SAVIXfS IIEHE.
Opposite Harper House, Rack Island, Illinois.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Some good bell boys at the Har-
WANTED Two solicitors to travel. Good
inducements to right parties. l'hoto Me
dallion Co., 1416 Third Avenue.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
on anu implement company, cieveiauu.
WANTED A reliable man ot good address.
one who has had experience in selling in
vestment securities preferred. Aauress
the Indian River Commercial company,
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making specialty to the grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company. Decatur,
111. None but first-class men who can give
uonu neeu apply.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
good girl tor general house
work at 231.1
WANTED First-Class wages to competent
girl tor general housework. At S.'o Nine
WANTED Situation as housekeeper in smail
family bv ladv 25 vears ot age with a boy ,
vears" Address ltsfi Prairie street. Uavrn
WANTED By a brst-class girl, with good
reference, a position as secoud gin or ngnt
work. Address Allice Cremine, general
WANTED Position as copyist or writer.
write or copy letters. 0111s. papers ana an
kinds of documents. Good neat hand. Ad
dress "O. B ." Argus.
WANTED Situation to do housework in
kind family bv competent, intelligent, will
ing girl. Address G. H. Seelye, box 3u3
r ANTED Work in upholstering, cabinet
making ana repairing ot au kiuus. work
called for and delivered and satisfaction
guaranteed. Also manufacturer ot Easy
Bright furniture polish. (Tall on or tele
phone G. V. Christ. 2119 Fourth avenue.
Phone No. 072 Green.
WANTKD-To rent a small house of about
three rooms between Fifteenth and Thir
tieth streets. Address. Argus "P. 27,"
WANTED To rent a house ot seven or
eight rooms between Seventeenth and
Twentv-til'th streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D." Argus.
WANTED House of seven or -eight rooms.
modern conveniences, situated between
Twentieth and Elm streets and Fifth and
Eighth avenues. Adiiress - H." care Argus.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
II vou sell . i. i & 1 1 v o . au uiai &u A,
Danville, N. Y.
WANTED Gentleman who can teach man
dolin and guitar can secure steady josi-
tion. AQdress room 24 wmiaker riuuuing.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Last
thirty davs ot special oner. Can earn
scholarship, board, tools and transporta
tion. Great demand for graduates during
spring rnsn. two montns completes, write
today. Moler Barber College. Chicago. 111.
WANTED An established wholesale house
recently incorporated, extending business
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary fnm per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest i 1. 000
in capital stock of comnany. on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
M ISC ELLA N EO US.
AN OPPORTUNITY tor reportorial work
mav be had by the right young man at The
Argus office. "Call ai editorial roams be
tween 4 and 5 p. m.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
rate of interest than is paid by savings
banks, call on Marion E. Sweeney. attor
ney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell Lynde building.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pav more than anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. AU kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
ENGINEERS, firemen, machinists and elec
tricians send for 40-page pamphlet contain
ing questions asked by examining board of
eugiueers to obtain" engineers' license.
Address George A. Zeller. Publisher. Room
97. 18 South Fourth street. St. Louis, Mo.
THREE and 30-100 dollars a month, without
interest, pavs tor a one thousand dollar
home, but rive and so-1 00 dollars a month
pays for It sooner. The Guarantee Home
Building Club. 1714H Second avenue, a
home company and is managed by men you
F YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anything, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail is the one.paper in Moiine that can
do it tor you. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mail. Moiine, 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
perience places us in a position to give you
valuable-information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of daily papttrs
that pay. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine, Wis.
IF YOU have a mortgage on your home and
can save a tew uouars a montn anove vour
present payments, take a certificate In a
home company. the Guarantee Home
Building Cluh. I7t4'4 Second avenue. Rock
Island, and get the money without interest
to cancel mortgage. Three and 30-100 dol
lars per month gets a thousand dollars.
Look it up soon, get In early.
MANAGER WANTED Office manager to
sell, collect and advertise In every county
seat tn Missouri. Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky, Arkansas and Texas: salary f-
monthly, commission and expenses extra:
yearly "contract: permanently located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassing: 25
cash security required: single man pre
ferred: personal interview desired: if you
want our proposition by mail inclose 2n
cents to cover expenses, postage stamps or
coin. Missouri Medical and Chemical com-
any, 511 North Garrison avenue, St. Louis,
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this offlce:
"E.FP.;""D., 2;' "L. 81, 3; "F. 23." 3; "R.
Ixiok in our west window.
It will give you an idea of what you can buy hero.
FOR KENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two rooms tor light house
keeping. 1008 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms tor light
housekeeping at 1405 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A furnished front room with
all conveniences at 1122 Fourth avenue.
Mrs. VV. F. Bradley.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms at 102.:
Third avenue. Gas and bath accommoda
tions. Inquire ot C. M. Crow, florist.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with all
modern conveniences: also brst-class table
board, at 1229 Second avenoe. Phone i:tw.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT S. S. Hull has several houses for
rent from f 10 to 50. Call at room 15, Mit
chell & Lynde building.
FOR RENT A 0-room house in good neigh
borhood and central location, one-half
block trom car line. Apply at 1912 Fourth
FOR RENT No. 122S Twelfth street, new
house, six rooms, two stories, faces east,
street paved. Rent 14 Key at Goldsmith
FOR RENT A 0-room house. 3(IT Fortv-tifth
street; also a 5-room cottage in South" Kock
Island bv the Home Building & Loan asso
ciation, ot Rock Island. Apply to W. C.
FOR RFNT I have five saloon building,
the leases of which expire shortly. Par
lies looking tor a location should not fail to
examine them: three ot the stands have
been running for the pasl 25 vears. For
further particulars call on K. 1). MrFar
lane. 180m Second avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres of
land for sale in South Heights at a bargaiu.
FOR SALE Iowa farms at f4 per acre cash
balance one-half crop till paid. John Mul
hall, Sioux City. Iowa.
FOR SALE The finest lot on Twentv-secoiid
street north of Ninth avenue. 70x150. east
front. Inquire at 820 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE The house and lot No. Si Sec
ond avenue for sale cheap. Coiner lot.
OOxl 10: house has 10 rooms. Inquire ot Wil
liam B. Ferguson. 225 Eighteenth street.
FOR SALE Lots in McEnirv's addition bv
E. J. Burns, room 12. Mitchell & Lvnde
building. These lots are ou Sixth avenue,
between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
slreet car lines. Terms to suit purchaser
FOR SALE Lots in Woodins addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Filth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 2(-fool allev
and nine feet of good rich soil iving 6i.
limestone rock. An abundant supplv ot
pure water can be had at a small expense
bv drilling 30 feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 20 feet apart along the curb. If
you are interested in a cheap building lot.
the price and terms that these lots are ot
tered for will suit you. Call or address S.
J. Woodin. 922 First avenue.
FOR SALE If you intend to build a nice
home in the spring, please investigate the
beautiful lots we have in Highland park
This is the most desirable residence por
tion of the citv. It is almost certain the
Tri-Citv Railway company will enter this
district within a short time. These lots
are amply shaded bv large natural trees:
sewers, water mains, electric lights, etc..
already in None but high grade homes in
the neighborhood. These lots within a
vear will increase in value 25 per cent
The fall or winter is the time to purchase
building lots: all 50x140 feet. Apply lo
Goldsmith & McKee
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Three sealed spring buggv. a
2-seated surrev and a l-sealed buggv. In
quire at 1208 Twelfth street.
FOR SALE Show cast'-, shelving, tables,
counters, etc.. at low prices. All ill goou
condition. I nquire at 2IH7 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE - Tri-City Oil company stock
Wanted to buy Black Hawk Fuel Oil com
pany stock. Address 36 MrManus building.
Phone 9333, Davenport. Iowa.
FOR SALE A first-class second-hand house
healing (toiler, selt-teeding. Can be used
for steam or hot water heat. A bargain to
parties having use for it. Allen, Myers &
FOR SALE A covered delivery wagon such
as used by dry goods and lea companies.
An excellent bargain. Inquire ot H. K.
Walker. South Heights, or Spencer jfc
FOR SALE The entire stock consisting ot
notions, tinware, crockery, glassware, tea.
coffee, etc. Also show cases, counters,
tables and horse and wagon. Trade estal
lished aliout ten years, doing about f-i
worth of business a month. Present owner
f oing to leave city. Will sell at a bargain
f taken at once. Address F. J. care of Ar
gus. MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marion E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-35. Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
Kino ot security. Also cnoice property tor
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds.
watches, jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods tor sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. H523 Second avenue. Don't toruet
If Jones' second-hand btore. Two rings
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman Co..
1714K Second avenue.
MRS. A. SEYMOUR, formerlvof Davenport.
Iowa, will give readings bv mail. Send
lock of hair, f I no and stamp." Address Pro
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctly. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce., love
a ft airs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to 10 p. m. 705 Fourth avenue.