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THE JLRG-US, S ATUBDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1903.
Fair and warmer tonight
J. AI. SHERIER,
Temperature--At 7 a. in. SO;
at 2:30 p. m. 47.
Z&zaro. Union cigar.
Jones loan on chattels.
Jones loans on anything.
Jones loans on diamonds.
Jones loans on real estate
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Fancy grapes at Weckel's.
Bny a borne of Reidy Bros.
Jones loans "cheap and quick."
Trl-City Towel Supplj' company
For bus.ba gg'age, express, call Kobb's.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Granulated sugar, 21 pounds for $1,
Swift's Pride soap, 9 bars for 23
cents, at Weckel's.
Sideboards, s lkl oak, for $11. ."(), at
II. F. Cordes', Davenport.
All kinds of coal for sale at the Rock
Island Lumber company.
Plenty of dressed chickens and
ducks at Hess I'.ros". this evening'.
For tin and furnace work, see JI. T
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 2S3.
We are agents for the (lunn system
of bookcases. Clemann & S-alzmann.
French seal neck scarfs '.I.) cents
Monday and while they last at Mc
Cabe's. Good coal, coal, coal, coal, coal, at
Mueller Lumber company's. F.oth tel
ephones. Great s-ale on parlor suits at II. F.
Cordes'. 210-21S West Third street,
Iron and brass beds, our line is a
large one. Call and get prices. Cle
Three-piece parlor suits, upholster
ed in fine damask, for $10, at II. F.
The verv finest line rf couches to be
found from 3 upward, at II. F
100 stones of all kinds so cheap
that I can't afford to advertise them.
Jones second hand store.
Call anrl see the biggest and finest
dispkfy of furniture in the tri-cities
at Clemann & Halzmann's.
New term begins Nov. 11 at Aiigus
tana Business college. Very moderate
tuition and thorough work.
Fcx, marten, beaver, mink, krini
mer, squirrel. French seal and other
verv choice furs at McCabe's.
1C0 acres of the Robert Crampton
farm sold Thursday for $10.0()( cash.
II. K. Walker effected the sale.
Some very special bargains in chil
dren's short and long coats are at
tracting attention at McCabe's.
Dressmaking by the day or week or
at the house. Mrs. Klla Inglasbe, 3112
Fifth avenue. "Phone union 201.
We have just unpacked a fine line of
dressers in curly birch, birdsoye ma
ple and mahogany. Clemann & Salz
mann. Beautiful cut flowers, very low
prices; new department on balcony,
rear of first floor. Boston store, Dav
enport. We have a large shipment of Bund
ha,r Wilton rugs which we would be
pleased to show you. Clemann Sr
Golden oak combination book cases,
something very fine, for $8.50, at II.
F. Cordes', 216218 West Third street,
A big bed blanket deal at 40 per
cent under value at McCabe's. Begin
ning at 10 o'clock they start as low
as 23 cents each.
Attend the Orma club dance. Turner
opera house, Davenport, every Satur
day and Sunday evening. Admission.
25 cents; ladies free.
Boys' and youths vici kid and box
calf shoes, were $1.75. $1.65 and $1.50.
Six lines. Monday and while they last,
closing price $1.25, at McCabe's.
B. E. Lukens has become proprie
tor of the saloon for years conducted
by his i ather-in-la w. George Schafcr,
at the corner of Seeopd avenue and
Sixteenth street. Mr. Schafcr and his
A -New Tl
at Augustana Business College "begins
November 11 Enter at the beginning of
this term, ana he prepared, for one of
the many good positions open to our
"We give you Thorough Prepa.ra.tion at
a very moderate cost. Tuition for ten
weeks is only S15.00.
Dr. Gustcvv Andreeri,
wife are to leave shortly for an ex
tend sta3- in the west.
Rev. O. XV. Lawrence spoke on t'Bap
tism" at the revival at Memorial
Christian church last evening. Mrs
Anna II. Goff sang a solo, "Oh, God,
A large sideboard being transport
ed to the residence of F. C. A. Denk
ni unn fell off a wagon at Eighteenth
street and Second avenue this after
noon and was wrecked.
Xov. 11 is the date for the beginning
of a new term at the Augustana Bus
iness college. Superior instruction by
four experienced teachers. Tuition
very moderate. Write or call.
Promptly at 9 o'clock Tuesday morn
ing McCabe's will place on sale that
big purchase of silks, most of which
was bought at 50 cents on the dollar
He prompt, as a great many of the
short lengths will probably be sold
Two beautiful front lots in Colum
bia Park, city water, brick walks, and
up to grade, will be sold at a decided
bargain if taken within the next
week. For prices, terms, etc., call at
K. J. Burns' agency, room 11, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
The lots that I have been recently
advertising in Columbia Park addition
are all sold but two. The two remain
ing must be sold within the next few
days. Here is a chance for a snap.
Call on K. J. Burns, room 11, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
II. D. Blakemore, chairman of the
rummage sale committee, presented
his report at the monthly meeting of
the Union Mission last evening, show
ing that the net proceeds from the
recent sale were $728. In addition a
piano worth $20 and an organ valued
at $15 are still jn hand, and there are
outstanding credits of $15.
Carload of apples at C. B. & (. de
pot, Twentieth st reef. Northern Spies,
Rhode Island greenings and New York
baldwins. Best keeping winter apples
on the market at lowest prices. Spies
$2.50, greenings $2.50. and baldwins
$2.25 per barrel. Per bushel 85 cents.
Offer good for 10 davs onlv. Don't
fail to embrace this opportunity. De
livery extra. Office south of depot.
James Brough has resigned his po
sition at the Arcade cigar store and
Monday will enter the employ of
Uiekey Bros., of Davenport. Mr.
Brough is a salesman of unusual abil
ity and thoroughly understands the
business. c His many friends in this
city would not be surprised to see
him in the near future managing one
of the branch stores of his new em
ployers. City- Clerk SchafTer today issued the
following saloon licenses: Byron
Lukens, Simon Lewis. XV. II. Ilealcy,
John McParthind. .7. 1I Izshamnier.
Max Ilelfrich. Ferd. Gross, . Spoo,
Ed Siemon, Robert Shannon. Ferd
Holdorf, Otto Patting. George Bar
ker, XV. A. Corcoran, Guy Hodson
William Frick. II. II. Doerring. .1. II.
Free, II. J. Schwecke, H. Banker,
Joseph Deilz, John Schwack. This
makes a total of 75 that have renew
ed their licenses.
PROF. BODFORS' PUPILS
ARE TO GIVE A RECITAL
The pupils of Prof. A. 1). Bodfors
are to give a recital at Augustana col
lege next Monday evening, beginning
at 8 o'clock. The following program
will be presented:
(a) Nocturne, H flat ...Field
(b) Love Song Schultz-Weida
(a) Serenade Karganoff
lb) Melody Paderewski
(a) Ases Death Grieg
(b) Polka Rubenstein
Waltz, Op. 37, No. 1 (irieg
Agnes Laurence, Mary Johnson
(a) Nocturne, K flat Chopin
(b) The Chase Rheinberger
Sonate (1st movement),' Op. 14. No.
Nocturne, Op. 48, No. 1 Chopin
(a) liustliusr of Spring Sinding
(b) Hark! Hark! the Lark
Mary Johnson. ,
PEORIA ASKS FOR
Having Lie ft Western Town Should
dated. Peoria is an applicant for a berth
in the Three-Eye league next season,
having forfeited its franchise in the
Western. Peoria was a part of the
old Western association circuit with
Rock Island. Peoria is a good base
ball town and should be welcomed in
the Three-Eye. A berth should be
made by dropping some town not so
President E. M. Holland, of Bloom-
ington; II. E. Casteel, of Rock Island,
and J. T. Hayes, of Davenport, are to
meet here Monday to audit the ac
counts of the Three-Eye league pre
paratory to the turning over of the
presidency of Mr. Sexton to Mr. Hoi
land. However, the latter has not
filed his bond as yet. Until he does
so he is not fully qualified to assume
the office of president.
Rev. C. P. O'Neill, of Princeville, 111.
was in the city yesterday.
James Slater has gone to Corvillis,
Ore., for u visit with relatives.
Mrs. J. pc Silva and daughter have
returned home after a visit at Temple,
Mrs. Elizabeth ICsserson and her
niece. Miss Marv Lesserson, of Mid-
dleton, Ohio, are guests at the home
of Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Marquis.
Edward Frvsinger. who has been
confined for two months with typhoid
fever at St. Anthony's hospital and at
the home of his grandmother, Mrs.
Ann C. Burrall. is able to be out. He
expects soon to return to Chicago.
Mis. Ellen Callahan and Mrs. II.
Coyne returned from Cambridge
where they attended the funeral of
Mrs. .1. McHugh. Mrs. Catherine Mc
Cain passed through Rock Island on
her way home to Grand Island. Neb.,
after attending the funeral of Mrs.
McHugh, -who was her sister.
GREGG ASKS DIVORCE:
DESERTED BY HIS WIFE
Frank E. Gregg, of this city, has in
stituted suit for divorce in the cir
cuit court, alleging that his wife, to
whom he was married at Peoria Oct.
desertel him without cause Nov.
15, 1801. Mrs. Gregg's name before
marriage was Mary Phillips. She now
resides at t-'Ol South Water street, Pe
oria. Sweeney &. Walker are Gregg's
Judge Ramsay will announce his
decision Monday on the question of
the admissibility in evidence of the
affidavits to which Thomas Cox swore
in votiny Nelson Erricks last sprinjr.
Two more witnesses were introduced
by he prosecution in the trial of Cox
for forgery this morning Iva Er
ricks. sister of Nelson, and II. C. Chap
man, both of Keokuk. Chapman says.
Eriicks was employed by him last
January. Miss Erricks said her broth
er was onlv 10 years of age.
A divorce was granted to Rachel
Kelso, of Moline, from Thomas A.
Kelso, on the grounds of desertion.
Hurton Srntemed for Life.
Bloondngton. 111., Nov. 7. On his
plea of pruilty Judge Mohan., In the
Ma mm) county circuit court at Havana,
sentenced Edward I arton, a horse
trader of Springfield, tothepenitentlary
at Juliet for life. On July 10 last Bar
ton shot and killed Irving Rosentield,
a prominent merchant at Mason City,
and seriously wouiubd Julius Frank,
a clerk who came to rescue his em
ItritKh W ar Office Reform).
London, Nov. 7. It was officially an
nounced that Premier Balfour, with
King Edward's approval, has appoint
ed a committee to advise concerning
the creation of a board for the adminis
trative business of the war oflke and
the consequent changes involved. The
committeemen mined are Viscount Esh
cr. Admiral Sir John A. Fisher and Col
onel Sir George S. CI irke.
IliK! I lie Initeri StateH A allium.
Van Couver.B. C, Nov. 7. As show
ing the depth of rcseutmcnt over the
success pf the United States in the
Alaska boundary matter during the per
formance of a minstrel troupe here the
musicor the United States anthem was
vigorously hissed.. When the flag
formed itself in the stage lights the ex
pressions of dissent became so loud
that thecuitain was hastily rung down.
Will Inrrrase the Trice of Clan.
Philadelphia, Nov. 7. The Joint con
ference of plate glass manufacturers
and skilled workers held here resulted
In the adoption of a uniform wage
ncaJe whereby nearly 10,000 workers
will icceive an advance in wages of
from lVfc to 2 per cent. To meet this
Increase the price of glass will prob
ably be advanced 15 to 20 per cent.
Khenmatlsm Cared la a I)r.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
mores at once tht cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits.. 75c and
$J. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue, Rock Island; Gustave
Schlcgel & Son, 220 West Second
All the news all the time The
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper .E. B. Yawter, La
fayette, Ind.; E. J. Goldsmith. Cincin
nati; T. O. Routh, New Ycrk; E. M.
Saja, Rock Island; J. P. Desmond,
New York; W. W. Herron, Mobile; C.
XV. Smith, Chicago; James Simpson,
Galesburg; E. J. Stoltz, New York; J.
S. Woodward, Ottawa; S. C. Gifl'ord,
Rock Island; W. C. Chapman, New
York; W. James, Chicago; II. J. Rid
ing, New York; F. Armstrong, Gales
burg; T, A. Johnson, Los Angeles; T.
E. Deem, Galva, 111.; A. Von Schroe
der, New York; XV. C. Garrand, Du
buque; S. Martin, Milwaukee; S. B.
Mitchell, St. Louis; E. C. Graves, Gen
eseo; D. W. Christian, Chicago; M.
Mitchell. Peoria; H. C. Shuttlew orth.
Milan; G. F. Jenkins, Chicago; R. B.
Miller, Chicago; Iee Heine, Cincin
nati, Ohio; E. Thompson, Chicago; N
J. Feuch, Davenport; R. S. Kaub, Cin
cinnati; Louis Williams, Nashville; J.
II. Brenhani, Bloomington; A. Sun
deen, San Francisco; George E. Foss.
Chicago; J. D. Smith, Indianapolis; C
W. Rulx-n, New York; J. W.. Jamison,
Hotel Harms, (European) E. W.
Eaton, Chicago; F. Yanco, Minneapo
lis; (J. B. Morgan, Aledo; S. Fugate,
Aledo; Mrs. F. Kivan, Clinton; A. E.
Peterson. Kansas City; G. It. Phillips,
Chicago; E. Rang, Stromsburg. Neb.;
M. J. Morehouse, Chicago; R. A. West-
man, Peoria; J. C. Grogan. A. C.
Moss, Chicago; L. Krouse, Des Moines;
J. C. MeCaun, A. L. Williams. C. J.
Anthony, Chicago; S. II. Milligan, Pe
oria; J. Hillen. Cedar Rapids; R. Me
Gregor, Peoria; G. A. Buraker. Oma
ha; W. F. Main and wife. Mrs. M. J
Higley, Iowa City; P. J. Swegart, Ce
dar Rapids; M. J. Wooley, Chicago;
F. Hegewich. New York; Miss Ellen
Noble, J. A. Hill, P.oston; W. M. Cost
ley. Topeka; M. Silverbury, Chicago;
J. B. Sliantz, Iluffalo; I).' Whitaker,
Hoston; J. R. Melity. Canton; A. P.
Wheeling, Chicago; S. Burner, Omaha;
C. Jones, Chicago; P. F. Carlon and
son. St. Paul; George Morgan,
Charles O'Mrieii. Pittsburg; W. Wal
ters, Peoria; Al Gordon and wife.
Omaha; W. V. Henry, Dubuque; A. F.
Swan, St. Paul; E. Wadsworth. Den
ver; J. J. Wilson, Erie. Pa.; L. E. Gor
man. Des Moines; I.. L. Fairchild,
New York; P.ert Eld ridge. Peoria; J.
C. Lewis, Chicago; L. D. Howe. Pitts
burg, Pa.; S. S. Harding. Chicago; M.
I. Rose, Peoria; L. J. Crampton, To
ledo. Ohio; J. C. Stewart, Streator,
III.; D. J. Wilcox. Peoria. 111.; M. L.
Prince, D. A. Smith. G. P. Holland.
Chicago; W. J. Wheaton. Pittsburg;
XV. Wrisrht, Milwaukee; I. Neuhaus.
New York; J. Kines, Rock Island; J.
J. Rvan, St. Louis; A. C. Goodwin,
Peoria; T. E. Snyder, Springfield; S.
J. Swanson, Chicago; XV., II. Elliott,
.New lurk; II. . Arnstine. ( leve-
land: W. Baughmau, Peoria; II. C.
Chapman, Moor, Iowa; C. Summers,
St. ,Louis; E. R. Hurd. Chicago; IL
Sohielb, .Cleveland'; G. W. Drown, Jack-
somitle; F. E. Cochran, Davenport:
E. Schmidt, Chicago.
At the Rock Island H. W. John
son. Geneva. Iowa; 11. M. Oram. Ot
tawa: F. A. Wood, Edginffton; J. M.
Hutchinson, Orion; E. F. Denton. Chi
cago; II. G. Fosset. Albany; C, Chall
gran. city: A. Garvey. Davenport; Al
bert Ed. Charles Pruesiug, Moline; II.
A. Knight. Ch'cago; F. A. Smith. Keo
kuk; E. T. Dods, Chicairo; XV. R.
Robertson, Chicago; Miss J. M. Kerr,
Miss Drown. loCIaire; F. Marshall,
Marine. Wis.; W. J. Martin, Dubuque;
John JSIakely, Premption; .1. Pitney,
Peoria; G. E. Spickler. Andalusia: N.
. Hagg, Cambridge; T. E. Van Sant,
Kansas City; J. S. Anderson. T. Day,
Buda; XV. 1). Tomilson, Cable; Gordon
Davis. Monroe; W. H. Dales. Chicago;
J. XV. Kester, Miss McCrum, A. Garvey.
Davenport; C. E. Norton. Chicago;
R. B. Kilgore, St. Louis; F. Detwig.
Peoria; C. A. Simmington, Sheffield;
W. R. MoGow en. Galesburg; L. V. Bas
set t, Durlington; F. Marshall, Maine,
Wis.; B. A. Streedain. Chicago; F. B.
Martin, D. Tipton, Rock Island; D.
Nusbaum. Daltimore, Md.; O. L. Peek.
Rockford; R. H. St. Clair. Chicago; P.
I). Babcock. Chicago; A. E. Sonnsen.
Chicago; J. R. Pitney. Peoria; J. S.
Anderson. Buda; D. Lay. Buda; J. C.
Panama. Chicago; John Blakely. Pre
emption; Dclle Dlakely, Mary E. John
ffon, Reynolds: Robert Dlakely, Pre
emption; Lettie McCan. James Mc
Can. Reynolds: Henry Dlakely, Pre
emption; Carrie L. Morgan, Chicago.
Warrant! Out for (irem
Washington, Nov. 7. Justice
Pritchiird. of the supreme -ourt of the
District of Columbia, has issued four
"alias" bench warrants for the arrest
of State Senator George K. Green, of
New York, who is under indictment
by the grand jury of the District, of
Columbia for alleged complicity in the
Our Production of Jewel.
"Washington, Nov. 7. Statistics pre
pared by the geological survey ehow
that the production of precious jewels
in the United States in HHrJ amount
ed to $31S,:mm, while $20.4 12,770 repre
sents the total value of such stones
imported into this country In the isauie
Germans Mawacred in Africa.
Cape Town Colony, Nov. 7. Official
advices received here fully confirm the
massacre at Wnrmbad, Damaraland,
German South Africa, by the Rondelz
war tribesmen. The Germans gallant
ly fought to the end, but were over
whelmed. It Is believed that none of
them escaped. Warmbad was burned.
Reports of isolated murders of German
traders ore also coming in. The rebel
lion in Damaraland is officially attri
buted todistresscaused by the drought
Reggie Tommy, do you know I'm
going to marry your sister?
Tommy Then I think I'll go and con-
at Low Prices
Cut Flower Dept.
5000 YARDS SILKS
From Peremptory Sale of One of the
Largest Eastern Silk Houses
at 50c on tne Dollar.
Last week we consummated this exceptional silk transac
tion with a large eastern silk house, who were- forced to sell
all their sample pieces and short lengths of silks. They
accepted our offer of 50c on the dollar for all their
PLAIN AND FANCY BLACK AND COLORED SILKS
This is an extremely heavy sacrifice of values and a
splendid opportunity to secure good silks cheap.
PROMPTLY AT 9 0TL0CK, TUESDAY, NOV. I0TH
we will place on sale this entire purchase of silks. Be prompt.
1000 yards best Crepe de
Chene black, white and col
ors from 3 to 10 yard AQr
lengths, per yard - -
200 yards of black silks in yCf
short lengths, per yard ....
500 yards black silks, includ
ing 27-inch Indias, 20-inch
Peau de Cvne and Taffetas
in lengths from 3 to 15
yards all at, yard - -
500 yards fancy silks in short
lengths, worth up to AQn
$1 yard, all at - - S"
$1.00 black Swiss 9r
Taffetas, 27-inch, yard 02V
49 pairs of Boys' and Youths'
vici kid, satin and box calf
shoes, heavy soles, worth from
1.50 to 1.75 includes the re
mains of some six styles, some
of them seamless, nearly all
styles. To close them out
at once we quote, while they
last, per pair, 1.25. "Were
1.75, 1.65 and 1.50, j
all at - - - UL0
If you Want the IB est ask -for
FERN MILL, RY
GERTIE ELSIE, RUNAWAY,
LOCATED ITi THIS CITY
(tcrtie Hltdo, aged 14. piqued because
if an older brother shipping her, last
night threw her clot lies out of a win
dow at the home ,f her grandmother.
Mrs. .lane Vincent, "JT:?:; Eleventh ave
nue. Moline, and came to Kock Island.
This morning he was located bv
Ollieer Dennis McCarthy at the home
of a family acquaintance on Second
avenue between Seventh and Eighth
streets. The girl's mother is dead.
She returned home in company..vjtla
(Sertie says Ihe, next time he skips
she will go where she will not be so
easily found. She was reminded by
the police, however, that it would be
just as easy to locate her a thousand
miles distant as it would be in Kock
ORdcago, Nov 7. Following are tne open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
la today's markets:
Dec, ?JS:'W!t J f": 78V
May. 78i: 78- 78- 78S
July. 74; 7s;7t;7lH-.
Nov. 44: 44: 44: 44.
Dec, 44: 44- 44V 44 .
May, vis; w ; 3 .
Nov. 35; 38 86: 8rt
Dec, 35 3Vi-:3Si4 .
May, 36-t ; 3H ; 36.
Jan., liOS: 12.05; 11 eo: it sw
May, 13-15; li.lh; 12.00; li.03
tLard Jan., 8.77: 6.82; 6.77: 6 80.
May, 6.76; 6 80; 6.75:6.77.
Jsn.. 6.57: 6 27: 6.f0 -: 6.20-.
May, 6.37; 6 37,6.30. 6.30. . .
AVENUE THROUGH TO
1000 yards black Peau de
Soies, Taffetas, Louisanes, In
dias, etc., in lengths from 3 to
5 yards values from 0r
$1 to $1.35, all at yard UyC
75c best quality 19-inch black
Taffetas, in full pieces, Cj(
36-inch black $1.50
Taffetas, at yard -
36-inch black $1.50 110
Peau de Soie, at yard 1 S
36-inch black $1.35 AT
Peau de Soie, yard - lUO
All Carpet Remnants on hand
must be closed out quick. "We
cut the price deep to do it.
Lengths 2 to 10 yards and
worth up to 75c priced at
iy2c to 39c YaLrd.
Just the lengths for rugs,
halls, entry-ways and small
Upholstering and repairing will be
given prompt attentioa by a compe
Sold at All Leading
Rye, Dec. FH: Mav 55 '4: Hax. N. W W;
S. W. 90; Dec. 90; May yr!i; barley ;5s.-T.
Hecelpts toflav: Wneat P.V corn 337. oau
79: noRS 11.000: cattle 4tXI. shcej. 2.000.
Hog market opened steady.
" LlgM- 14 ?.V&n.2t: mixed and bntcn
ers, 14 TOaft 25: uood heavy. II 3J(S 5.15 roufeb
Heavy. 4 nu&iAO
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market ojened unchanged.
Hops at Kansas CUv 3 oon. cattle 1.000,
cojra at Omaha 4 ;;x), cattle 100
Union stock yards 8:4i a. m.
Hop market, be night r.
L.lKht. tt 8045.25; mixed and butchers H.75
J.5 2i: rood beavy, tM.."5&5 20; rough heavy,
Cattle market ant-hanged.
Sheep market Ktrong.
Hog market closed weak
Lrlpbt. I4 8.1S5 25; mixed and butchem, 4.76
v.'S-' good Heavy, l4.30Si5.2a; rousb nfcavj.
Cattic market closed steady. '
Stieep market closed strofie.
Kstt mated receipts Mondav: Wheat 130.
corn220t oats 215. hogs :",ooo.
New York Stocks,
New York. Nov. 7. The foliowinr are th
doping quotations on the New York stock
Sucar 1 15V Gas 9t. C. R. I. &P. 24-4. South
ern P--ltiic 42. H. & O. 7n?v. Atchison com
mon t'Atj, Atchison ptd. S C M. & St. P.
i:t8V- Manhattan V.VS. coiper ae. W. U.
Tel. Co. 83. Li. & N XWH. V. & A. Rdg,
common J. Can. paciuc li'. ieatner com
mon --, 11. R T. S5-. l'acitic Mail . U
S. Steel rtd. S3. V. S. Steel common 11 V
Henna. 117. Mo. racinc89"'. Union Pacific
73'4. coal and iron 2T'4. Erie common 5TS,
Wabash pfd. 32 Car foundry lH, C. & ti.
W. 15. Rep. steel pfd. 50, Rep. SUel com
mon 67. New York Central 117:4. Illinois
New York Hank Statement.
New York, Nov. 7. Reserves on all de
posits decreased J4 879,925. reserves on de
posits other than U S. decreased 4.87is,575:
loans decreased, 11,413,000: specie decreased
i,2470: legals decreased. tM.O25.C00; deposits
decrease. 417 571,000; circulation decreased
LOCAL HAKKKT CONDITIONS.
Today's Qnotattofis on Provisions, Live
8tock. Fext Bnl Tant.
Rock Island. Nov. 7. Following are the
quotations on the local market:
Butler creamery sir&22c, dalryls;
Eggs Fresh iic.
Short and long at very low prrces.
Jaunty short Jackets of heavy Melton
Colors castor, red and -5
blue O .O.Z
Childs and Misses long Coats with
pretty satin and velvet trimming,
Zibeline long Coats with stitched
capes y fA
very natty 0VT
Infants coats, ages 1 to 4 years, in all
colors and prices fQ
beginning at 1 iVO
To call your attention to our elegant
stock of all kinds of furs fox, martin,
beaver, mink, krimmer, squirrel, etc
we will sell Monday and while they
last French seal OE"
neck scarfs at "00
Handsome 70-inch sable coon Scarfs
worth $8.50 g 87
CO-inch genuine Isabella Fox Scarfs
Big Blanket Deal
1000 pair Southern fleece Blankets,
bought at 40 percent under valuer on
sale Monday Nov. 9 at 10 a. m. and
300 cotton Blankets, worth 90c pair
-tan and white come in t"
sinele Blankets, each J
100 pairs Southern fleece 10-4
100 pairs Southern fleece 11-4
50 pairs 12-4 size Blankets grey and
tan, Southern fleece AO
$2,75 value, per yard VO
V.'e are pleased to announce one
more week's demonstration of the
Armour Food Specialties
Miss Ottley has some delightful new
soups to serve and will be glad to
practically demonstrate to all callers
the superiority ofthe
ARMOUR FOOD PRODUCTS.
It costs you nothing to come and
there is a pretty COOK BOOK FREE.
Second floor near elevator.
T.ive poultry Spring chickens 10c per
pound hens 8c per pound.
Vegetables Potatoes, 75 to toe
Cattle Steers 14.00 to 4.50, cows and
Belters 13.00 to 13.50. calves 13.00 to 5.00
Hogs Mixed and butchers II 25 to 15 00.
Sheep Yearlings or over, per cwt. 1:150 lo
13 50. Lambs per head tM.OO to to. 00.
FMt and Fuel. 4
Grain Corn 6053c: oats. 35c.
Forage Timothy hay, 8 to 10.00, prairie
fs. straw 5.ou to 6.00.
Wood Ilaro, per load 5.00.
Coal Lump, per bushel 13tS14c. mine run
13c per bushel, slack, per bushel 7c.
U. J. TOHEK
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st