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THE AHGUS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1904
Fail- tonight ard Thurs
day; warmer tonight.
J. M. SHEKIEK,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 13;
at 2:30 p. m. 15.
?Xa'3y Official Haihvav finale, in its new-
form i.-. ti e most complete travelers
jgnide pu Ii j he;I.
Leader cl -inir out.
Zazaro. Union cirar.
For insurance, E. .J. IJurns..
Buy a home of lieidy I'ros.
Tri-C'it3- Towel Suppiy company.
Jleriry Vatterin".- fjrent lecture.
For bus, bagafre.expree.s. call Kobb's.
For real e.-tate and insurance, E. J.
line .-,- .' cent.- at the
Men's a'! snli i. -', eents at the
Ail ri:-f i;.fi we!) !. a.-eil at tlie
I'letitv i,f li.-iks to wait en von at
La''-Wa t i-r- Sh entrpaiiv cli-iiiL'
nut the Leader.
flnsiii;.' cut .-nl' in full bla-t. J. .);
Haters sbe ci in; n v .
All kinds .f cal f r at the
II'M-k Island l.urn! r comjiaiiy.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T
Sieinon, Fourth avenue, i:ni"n 2-.3.
Good coa!. -oal. coal, at Mueller
Lumber con, .a n V. Both telephones.
( 'lea rim.' -.-!! of t w o-ii;i rt trranite
cofTee Jiots. (i nt-. at Bartlett Bros.
'I'hone Spencer A- Tref f..r first
e'a'-s fxpns, tran-fer or "bns service.
MoMne lo.'jre. No. .-,-,;. :. p. o. K..
iim et 'I" ) i i ;'-'; y evening. Work and
ballot. ' I
All the talk. The only -ale. The
Lafe-W a ter- shoe ei iiipanx. Tlie;
Mr.-. Au-tin"r- bin-k w hea t flour is
1-e-t of all. )i n't fotLr t to ak your
grocer for it.
mi:' re--ma u 1'iin-e ha- a-k'.l for
an appi opria t i ui for a slon.iini) public
I u i I' ' i i iir at. Ki-wame.
II' n't mi.-- Ihe barber" hall at In
dustrial hall Thni-!:i niuht. I'.e-t
miisie. 'lii-ket-. ."" cent-.
ilium ei i7i-'-. a I'll i T .-au-aire aiui a
plate of Mr-. u-tin'- Iniekwheat
-;i 111"- IC.:I - a perfect hreakfa-t.
A time will be had at the skat-
ilij .utv at the Triangle park Thnrs
i :iv eveninr. Baml mii-ie ami a tond
Wi.'li.im M. I.'os- ;.nl Mi-- )ai- 1".
I'liiIIip.-. m Hi if r.utr.ilo Prairie, were I
iwrrirl thi- im :i;ii:-r
Skate to in i i at thi- Triantrie park
Thnr-dav ni"ht. Petersen's hand of
laeiipirl will i ' i-ii hi r-e mii-ie from
I I p. Hi.
1 e-i-ii'.. imlili-liv.-T Xliu ;tif..-tr.nt;..n s
up-ti -date and re'iahle.
Dr. I. F. Purdue. 1T1V:, Second are-
, nne. Old phone at office, both 'phones
at residence. Hour.-, 0 to 12 a. in.,and
2 to ; and 7 to S p. m.
I At tend the fourth annual niak ball
' given Iv the Blow Shop boys at Ar-
mory hal! .Jan. 14. Admission, gents
."0 eents. ladies 2.1 cents.
j Col. Henry Watterson"-, subject in
I his lecture at the Illinois Thursday
e-.er.ir.ir v. ill be "Society," a theme up-
n whieh he ha set the east ag"o,'.
The barber- hae made special ef
fort ami have secured the best music
in the three cities f,,r their ball at
IiKi'-triuI liail Thnrslav evening-,
Attend the twt) weeks" clearinir sale
of h.-t- ;:T Mrs. I .a Frenz's millinery.
K!.M Thir! avenue. Come early and
get a .'oi d selection.
Mrs. Al'en Pratt entertained the
.loily .in.' at her In me Tuesday affi-r-iioon.
Prize- were awarded to Mrs.
i.. uiifieeii anil Mrs. (. Simmons. A
luncheon was served,
ibly The !a-t opportunity Bock
will have to -ee and hear Col.
Watterson. the famous editor
houi-i!!e Courier-Journal, at
:a tit v
the Illinois Thurs-lav evenin '.
The Centrals ha I a run at 12 o'clock
la-t niirht to the Burlington railway
Tweiitieth street yards in answer to
a telephone call announcing that a
li ear :i en fire. It proved to be
a false alarm. The call was sent in
by a stranger from the Delmonico
Henry Wattcr-on's lecture on "So
eietv" created a profound sensation
aim tig tlie "too" in New York at its
firt delivery. It will he the siibiccf
"f popular f'i-eu-.-ion in the Iri-cities
I'rida.v. You will regret it if you miss
; hearintr the lecture at the Illinois the
l.atre tomorrow night.
j The body of Bert I ieidcrbeck. a
j.voui man living at Laura. III., not
far from Peoria, wa- found on a brush
pile in the woiil- Saturday. He ha l
jgmie hiiiiting and while treading t lie
brush pi!.- hi- -un was is, ha rg.-il and
Ur entire load i f fine shot took effect
in am! a hi ;(t hU heart,
j The trustees if Me Kin ley Bapti-t
lunch (coioredl. consist v.? of II.
Mbi-n.an. L. Cam II. M. liordon and I..
Hilham- mi- - i n !in;' imiI an appeal to
the publie for aid in a financial way to
enable The lifliio' i f the hurt h debt.
In it Ke. . ili),.rt Stewart, t he
pa.-ti r. is authorised as financial agent
to -ilieit and collect funds.
struction between r'alesburc and Mon
mouth. This would eliminate the Ke-
The first rehearsal of the season by
the Handel OraUrio society was held
last evening at Angustana college
. in lit nfty members were in attend
ance. It was decided to sing "The
Messiah during the founders" day ob
servances to be he! 1 April 2."?-2.". Keir-
ular rehearsals will be held each
Tuesday evening at S o'clock from
this time rn.
Mrs. .lohanna Okerberg. of Moline
has i.eci Ie.I not to contest the will of
her late husband. Erie Okerberg. the
pioneer jeweler, who left an estate
worth $.-.0,000 to his children, not be
queathing a cent to his wife. She has
renounced the will ,-lnd elected to take
the share allowed her under the law.
which is one-third of the personal
property and a dower interest in th'
Ihe lectures heretofore given by the
Tri-City Press club have all been pre
sented in Havenport. and they have
drawn handsomely. The club has been
repeatedly asked to present one of its
entertainments in Bock Island. With
such a drawing card as Henry Watter
son in hi new lecture, it is to be ex
pected that Bock Island will present
a large and appreciative audience at
the Illinois theatre tomorrow night.
The Tri-City Press club has distin
guished itself in the c haracter of the
lectures it has put before the public
of the three cities. The press club
seeks always to secure something out
i f the c rdinary. and there will be no
exception to the rule in the case of the
appearance under its auspices of Hen
ry Watterson at the Illinois theatre
tomorrow evening. Mr. Watterson will
present his most famous topic "Socie
tv." which, as is known, is a Watter
m .nia n satire on the "iOO."
W. F. Finlcy. who was chief engin
eer in the building of the I).. B. i. V
X. W. road, is dead at Seneeaville.
Ohio, after a brief illness. At the
lime i:e was taken sick lie was assist
ant chief engineer of tlie Wisconsin
Central road. He was one of the best
civil engineers in the country and was
rapidly forging to the very forefront
in his profession. He was in the t ri
cities over a year during the building
f the 1).. B. I. v X. W.. and had many
irii'ti::s in mis city wlio will regret to
hear i f his death. He leaves a wife.
but no children.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper F. B. Gamble. Ke
wanee: E. C. Wing. Bradford. HI.: M.
Taylor. Peoria: W. E. Bennett. Wash
ington. I), f.; M. I). Bosentield. Mo
line: Mrs. Irene Bentley. Oelvvein.
Iowa: C. S. Wheeler. Chicago; M. A.
uiirney, St. I.:uis. Mo.; S. C. Clifford.
Bock Island: Miss Za belle. Miss Mi-
Xeel. A. .1. ( lark. Ilaymon 1 Hitchcock.
Xew York: H. C. Lynch. W. O. Phillips.
Chicago; F. S. Stauffer. St. Paul; .1. E.
Hullister: .1. W. Cainey. Day ton. Ohio:
A. Lester. Xew York: M. A. Sumner,
St. Louis; ;. o. Willard. Bushville: E.
(I. Johnson. J. A. Barnard. Beards
town: J. Caliwell. St. Louis: E. P.
fa v lor. I'rbar.a. II!.: B. W. O'Brien.
Xew York; O. H. Field. Bockford;
Henry Waterman. Oeneseo: C. M. Wil
liams. Peoria: L. W. Otto. Crawfords
ville. Ind.: W. P.. Nicholas. Council
tirove: M. E. Wright, t hicago; II. A.
Suttle. Peoria: W. C. Fa v. Cortland.
X. Y.; James Eekart. ;. M. Jacobs.
Outtenburg. Iowa: M. Gilbert: M. 1 1 -
man. Xew York: George Yenard. Kan-,
sas City: E. G. Whitmore. Topeka; E.
ever known in thisiii
rjzn r7Z3gT3The Genuine
I l t5L Shoe Bargains
section is now poir.fr onLJ W LU 1 ' RQCK iSLAj U. I LL
see Bi Bin; u MIKU AVtNULlMROUCH TO SECOND
So nuieh talked about
a rv those bought at this
store. If you want the
best Roods at lowest
prices, right here is the
Imported Lace and Jet Robes at a Great
Nothing handsomer or more servicable than a lace or jet
robe for evening or reception wear. Here's an opportun
ity to buy the latest Paris robes at a big saving.
Only One of a Kind.
sengt'r train Xo. ( n the
I cars of pns-
"in were oeiaiii-i! at M'jmiuir. Iowa,
v esterila v. Tin- train wa s coming east
at full slice I when one of llie w I Is
n the fri nt truck of the baggage car
'broke doAii. Xo rn.. was hurt, for-
i i i..1!. 'CI i:. . it i i
I Trc-f fr-r -.T H "'",,., oe in. mi nne was itjockeu
'ifor several hours as a result of the
mi- lia p.
President McKiuIev. i f the McKinley
svnlieate that has several in t eru rba n
railway pn-jeets under w:ty. two of
tl-em lilli l' j.W r .1...
Ti i m :i K i . iii I, i i I I .
. . t" " "i- I in l na
ioik i in i , 1 1 1 1 e i we will give a great
1 1- I net ii .ii n all winter hats ;if Mrs.
1 . I.a I'ren's.
Ire traveler Ba i ! w a v ii i i. !e ( w e I -i-iii
seiii.in). formerlv the Uaud-.Me-
stated at Galesburg that
it is pi ss,!,!,, the Peoria tV- Bock I-!-
an I road for which right of way is be
ing secure I at Peoria, will be conneet--.'
with the Galesburg. .Monmouth iV
l.'oek Island, which U now under con-
A. i. lalbot. head consul of the
Modern Woodmen, arrived today from
Lincoln. Neli., to attend the monthly
meeting of the board of directors of
t lie society.
Mrs. David Dougherty left hist night
for Oklahoma City to join her hus
band, who recently took a position
there as superintendent of a novellv
stair works which is being erected by
Curtis Bros., of Clinton. Iowa.
A former member of European rov
a'ty was a visitor in the city today,
lie is Prince Sobieski. now a business
man f St. Paul. He has been located
theie tive cnr, He is a member of
the Sobieski family that was exiled
by Ku-sia some v ea rs ago.
JANUARY CLEARING SALE
&f 75he Season.
A whole tableful of men's and young
men's Overcoats and Ulsters, all
sizes in the lot, your choice at
Ilaraln at Voting- St McComb.
Thomas. Columbus. Ohio; M. j;.
( arrier. Lansing. Mich.; B. M. Parker.
'hicago: Harry .1. Field. Xew York:
am Gantentier. Chicago: H. Sparks,
hicago: M. G. Gerviston. Chicago; A.
B. Talbot. Lincoln. Xeb .; B. L .lohn-
;on. Lincoln. Xeb.: I). Lusan Snyder,
ouncil Bluffs. Iowa; Mrs. K. I). Wait.
Omaha: .1. X. Sullivan. Kansas Citv:
I. Byrnes. Michigan: B. B. Smith;
K. Murphy. Leavenworth; K. B.
Thomas. Columbus: C. II. Ford. Chi
cago; I-. .1. Hvatt. Chicago: i. K.
Heinz. Xew York: tieorge W. Beillv.
Danville, III.: C. II. Ward. La Crosse:
C. A. Barnard. Beardstovvn; .lohn Mer
rill. Chicago; Charles Van Mottz. At
lantic. Iowa; Charles Leiseh. Chicago;
G. Albright. St. Louis; B. X. Barker.
Chicago; C. W. Bunnell. Xew York;
William Delaney. Xew York: Mrs.
Williams. Chicago; C. G. Yates, ( hi
cago; S. B. Swart. Xew York: X. Mel-
lenheimer. Chicago; S. S. Norland. Pe
oria: C. B. Bice. Bock Island: C. W.
McXear: .lames Black. Chicago; M. I).
Bosenfield. Moline: .1. Dennison. dr..
Chicago: II. II. Demire. Clarion. Iowa:
T. X. Parrott. (lay (enter. Katis.:
William Humphrey. Bessie Humphrey.
William h'omain. Xew York; .1. Walk
er. Kansas ( ity: .1. P.. White. C. X.
Williams. George Mow rv. Peoria: 1.
W. Van Cott. X. II. Porter. Chicago;
G. I). Millspaiigh. Detroit; Sam Levy.
Cincinnati; C. Yore. Chicago; H. Dim-
herger. .1 oliet : V. K. Lynch, Chicago.
Black Jet Robe, full skirt, waist JO CA
and sleeves complete, only one at 503U
Cream Venice lace Robe, also CIA AH
fine black Jetted Net Robe for J I U.IIU
COfJ A A Robes in exquisite designs of
JL.J.UU Jet. Point D'Esprit tucked,
and Cream Point de Venice Lace, six in all, QIC AA
should go quick at 1 0,UU
A A Robes, in beautiful designs
itlll.UU 4" DfUtUU black all wool Voile, black
Point D' Esprit heavy six-row flounce around bottom.
I ncniy emDroiaerea Jet, wortn trom $35 00 ITIA CA
A to $45.00, all at iDLdtdV
Remember that a lace or jet robe does not require yards
of trimming as most fancy gowns do, the trimming is all
in the robe itself. This is a rare opportunity, be prompt
if you are interested, only one of a kind.
Out They Go
A smashing of prices where
we want to clean up stocks
Ready to Wear Dept.
Children 's Novelty Wool
Skirts, worth up to OA
2.r.0, choice - o"C
Children's Short Coats, apes
up to 14, values to PO AO
:.(KV choice AL.OQ
L.adits' Broadcloth and Chev
iot Dress Skirts, elegant in
style and finish, worthCQ 7r
up to $7.50. at 00l0
Ladies' Wool Seal Capes,
made in full, pener- frQ A
ous sizes, value $20, at ,t4
Ladies' Fine Winter .Jackets,
were sold up to $15.00, not
many left, but while C) Q7
they last, $5.42 and $LJ I
Children's Pretty Tennis
Nipht Clowns; the 7."c and $1
ones for C.-Jc; the 50c Ml
and 02c ones for - 4"4L
Ladies' Fancy Knit Winter
Petticoats, worth ftC
$ 1 . 25 t o $2. 00, at - C
Ladies' Wool Waists, this sea
son's make, worth $2 to $5,
divided into lots at CI JA
$2.45, $1.S7 and O I I
Children's Fancy Wool Dress
es. :5 to 14 years, worth from
$1.50 to $2.00 7r
your pick for - DC
Rug and Furniture
iv we i-Iiim' our clearing
II v 011 one at
you one ivi
These include our best $10, $12 and
$12.50 overcoats and ulsters, in
fact they were our best sellers. The
reason of this sacrifice is that we
want to clear the tables of all small
lots. None are to be carried over.
Some great bargains in Underwear
and Pants. Drop in and see how we
slash prices. No obligation to buy.
Simon H Mosenfelder.
S. e the
011 shirt vvnit-. We
tegular price ami gi
up to the same value.
Another !ig riiln-tioii on fur coats.
I on 1 v a lew left .
Laoie-' jackets- we start theni at $1.
LacKe-' suit-, regular value Jan
uary clearing sale priee ..".
Misses' skirt. worth up to while
they last .-sj."s.
Lao'ies' knit tleeci il iini'il shirt- am!
pants, former pri. i- :;."n-. .lanuarv clear
ing sale price '.".c.
.Note a fe.v 1 f the i!i-ooillil- taken
1 IT i f ihe Ik ttom of 011r purchase
1 l.i c-k:
Crockery, jewelry. -ul gla-s. L'U jier
'.v s. "an.c-. ivi;-ical in.-1 ru men t
leather gooiN. 1-:: per ecu: ili-eoiint.
M'llinerv at "o per cent I'i-eount.
):ir l!iieir ;irr v i rt h voiir immedi
ate atli nlioii. I'.argaiiis in this !e
J'aitineut are verv t'atteiing.
A man ami l.i wife called at a law
yer's ot'i.-o to t;i Ik al.oiit a ilivorce.
Jmlge." ihe wi:,. s;,:,l. -j 1;Mj onv
. cents to live 0:1 l.i-t month."
Whereupon the hu-hainl replied a
gr:iv : mats a falsehood; sh,.- had
1 inn tin- wife said, ".luilge. that"
as mar as we ever agree." And til
J",:-f sam y might a" Well get a
livor.e if that was th l.est they could
110. Atchison ;lol.
At the Harms ( 1-2 1 1 ropea n ) M.
P.lack. Kansas ity : I'hil A. -.e ker.
St. Louis: I. .1. West, (hicago; K.
Dienier. Logaiispi rt. I nil.: C. K. Mayes,
Chicago; I). I". Luiuly. New York; M.
I. Iliggins. (hicago; A. C. (ireen.
Cleveland. Ohio: 15. . I. Murray. Detroit,
Mich.: C. I". Virgil. M. C. Willis, C. M.
Wilson. Chicago; V. K. (Iregory. I'itts-
hurg. Ia.; .1. .1. O'Contior. Milwa,!kue:
M. V. Sto.hh-.nl. (hicago. I".. A. Creeu,
Peoria. I). C. Swain. ('. i. Cranison. I).
K. Mason. I. .1. Keril. Chicago: I!. P..
Cunlirt'c. Dixon: Carl Peterson:
Raymond Hitchcock, (iem
hams. L. Mansti-ll. Don Cregas. with
Yankee Consul couipanv; Henry Sen-
Horl. wasinngti.n. I). ( .: II. II. Hull.
Anna. III.; A. C. AN.huel. Jliulolph
peth. Chicago; Will l-'reeil ma n. I )es
Moines; S. ,1. .lolui-oii. C. -'. Price
Louis Lefe. Chicago; Mi Marshall.
Mi Frtvlcr.-haiii. Miss Hurt. Miss
Pose Potte. Miss Mary P.otte. Miss
I'ailon. Miss Walsh. Miss Pice Miss
Ca rinichael. Miss Perry .1. Coiunlis.
D. 1. Flvnn. II. Aildisoi'i Mis. P.urfee.
.Nliss L. Witt. Mi-s S. Witt. II. Wilks.
Harry Parliough. C. M. Prooks. .hunts
T. Peck. . P. Pitersin. Miss Daven
port. Joe Kane. Miss Tavlor Miss Pur-
Smyrna Rugs, all wool, 30x60 inches.
S2.2.". yalue. lot
of 3S to go at
Smyrna Ruers, highest grail,
Royals, Imperials and Astorias,
feet. $.'.00 value. 24 to
elope out at
Jardiniere Stands ami Foot Rests-.
broken lots, were $2.(0, $1.75 and
J1.4S clos,. them out
Morris Chairs, spring seat anil lck,
upholstered iii veiowr. with patent
adjustable back?, were $6.50, M TTCJ
closing them out at 0
-a de of
Odd Pieces Laces
Alnrked to close out quick
ou tables in center aisle.
10 to 12c Irish Point, Torchon, Piatt
Yai. and Italian Yah Ibices. 1 .600
yards, to close
15c to 25c Irish Point, Torchon and
Piatt Yah Laces, 700 yards, choice
25c to 50c Irish Point. Venice, Val-
hiK'iennes, edges and
bands, all at ,
A close-out at lose-out prices
real French Uronze ligurps for half
Artistic figures. specially Im
ported, priced at $3.75. $4.00. $4.25
:md on up to $a.50 each, going now
at half price Yes. Just half juice.
A few handsome terra -cottn
busts, on Hie same table, also at a
half the marked price.
Also a very choice, small as
sortment of gold framed mirrors,
sconces, vases, etc.. at a third off.
One-(uart Corn Poppers, not 10c,
Brown fiber lunch boxes, choice of
3 sizes, worth luc. R'c and 15c, take
what you want for 9c
Silexo. a splendid scouring- soap.
3 cakes for 10c
"How it tlii new irl poing to do?"
okil Mr. Ferguson.
"She hasn't had much eperieneo.
paid hi wife, -lint I think dic will
all right v hen she gets broken in."
TIm-ii c-Miie a loud sound of falling
rrnckery from the kitchen.
"She seeim to he making a good
Mart, anyhow-." observed Mr. Ferguson
cm-ouragingly. Chicago Tribune.
It is exceptional to find a family
where there are no domestic ruptures
occasionally, but the-e can he lessened
by having Dr. King's .New- Life Pills
around. Much trouble they save by
their great work in stomach am! liver
troubles. They not only relieve yon.
but cure: -'I cents, at Hartz & Ulle
m oyer's drug More.
Subscribe for The Argna.
pee. Miss Carroll J. Selty William
Haiiton, II. Pugh. (i. Millspaiigh. .1.
Pratt. K. Anows Leihly Turtoii.
Anna St. Tel. Miss Sanson. Mi- Fail
banks. Mis O'Neill. Miss Wnnett. Miss
Proctor, (ieorge Tailet. L. (ireelie. with
the "Yankee Consul" company; .1. W.
A-hvMirlh. Peoria: .M. I-'. Maher. .1. J.
Piirns. Chicago: (i. I". Poyle. Jackson.
Mich.: (J. W. McKarlaiul." Decatur: A.
I. Ai!i;isoti. N. L. Arthur. Chicago; L.
L. (iraves. Toledo. Ohio; A. C. Moss.
.1. C. Ames. Loiiisille, Ky.; A. C.
Iiiilcs, Zanesville. Ohio; K. A. Jones.
D. II. Crane, ( hicago; I. M. Crane.
New York: I". K. Angeisoii. (iales
liurtr: M. A. Pronson. Chicago; D. K
P.aliing. St. Louis; C. C. Weaver. '.. C.
Hagemann. ( hicago; A. A. Crimes,
Cedar Kapio's; J. II. K-ic!ig. Mu-i-a-j
tine. Iowa: S. A. Jones. C. M. ( ;i lle.-pie.
Chicago: L. J. Truder. Peoria; L. '.
( i iri'ii lia ii in. C. A. ( rowel!. New York;
D. K. (in gan. Cincinnati. Ohio; A. V.
Dunning-. Detroit; Walter J. Trump.
St. Louis; A. .1. Ilovvlev. C. Dunning.
C. P.. Colley. L II. IngohNl.y. Chicago;
Plwyn Katun. M. J. I.im.'i n. P. O.
Mc-ch. Frank NefT, .lames J. L'van.
with "More than (ueeii" niniiaiii;
C. K. Perice. M. J. (iridley. Chicago;
I". (J. Carr. L. Monheiiij, St. Louis; D.
M. Kellogg. L.vim. Hh: F. O. Pingwell.
Orion. 111.; C. K. Marshall, ( hicago.
i. u. i.ees. voai vaiu-v ; vv . i;. (arev
Wil- ( arbon ( litl; W. II. D. Cave, (ialo
burg: ('. M. Fenton. C. Wright, ( hie:
go; V. II. Pichnn n !. wilixui Citv. 111.
A. II. Dorman. Pock I J:i ml : I-'. Tnnii
bull. Plainville; N. K. Ives. (Jalcsbui
I-.. II. ( bb. MoimoiUt h; S. A. Davis
(ilovcrsv ille. N. Y.: S. O. Pimkei
Plilicct .11 ; P. C. Webb. (i,oi :ipc
v . l-. vierriain. .Macomb; ( . II. Steven
son. Iowa Citv: ( Ieorge IIos. (Jiiino.v
II. O-senhaoh. Peoria; James Tollv
Charleston. III.; .1. ('. Parney. Peoria
K. F. Preston. Dubiupie; .1. J. pifnev
icoria: II. I.. Mora ii ami famil.v. St
l.ouis: llemy I- licke. Pock Island: A
W . Morton. Chii-ago; (i. 11. W'a v m
O.ion; N. P. Lund. Ottumwa. Iowa
Joseph .'schrael. A m la 1 us la ; W. 1)
Fierce, ( 'a nihriilge.
A nairkrucil ( iianrti-r.
The city of Piu blo. Colo., i ; on ac
count ot its smelting and ri-lining
works one of the smkii st cities in tin
WOrlil. At tunes the s:m J.s i.ilite ob-
s-ureii, and the light is much like that
which precedes u glowering thunder-
One winter a traveler stopped from
a irain at iienver and, walking up to
a policeman, asked him the way to a
n . . .. t 1. ...
yeiiitin nou-i. i no onieer cast a scorn
ful eye iion th man. who was cov
erei with soot and gnuie, so that ho
looked like a chimney sweep, and la
conically Inquired of the stranger if h
was a coal miner.
"No," said the dirty one; "i am not
a coal miner nor a charcoal burner;
neither am I in the coal dust business.
More than that. I am not a negro min
tdrel." "What are you?" asked the police
man. "Iean down," said the man, "and I
w ill whisier to you. I am a million
aire in soro distress; I have been
through a snowstorm in Pueblo."
Pock Island House. ( Furopca n ) W .
i:. War-t. C IL Decave, oi lesbu rg :
S. W. Ashbrook. James P. Sweet.
( hicago; Orion Hofer. .1. P. Pitney.
Peoria: L. Max Paugt. Cambridge;
W. P. ( arte, ( arbo,, Cliff; O. C. San
init. Fo'gar L ve. (ialesburg; II. K.
Anthony. P ia; S. Scligman. (hi
cago; w. (. i. una. ottumwa: P. I.
Martin, cilv: F. J. Fejti n. Kewanee;
Mr-. C. P. I'.aker. -itv: (in- Palmer.
Chicago; K. . Darlin" jind wife. Mi-
Kdna W heeler. Mi- P.es-ie Dunn. Miss
letita Coinpii t. Mi-s Letita Khlrich.
lack Hazaril. W ili'am Danford. James
Templeti.-n . Frank Pam-ev. (ieorge
Norman. Po-e Lawrence. New York;
C. P. Whitaker. St. L.ni-: Allecta
lenkre. New York; D. If. Nel.-on.Chi-ago;
L. '. Coulter. Columbus. Ohio;
i:. F. Mor.-e. ( hicago; F. Ii. (.amb.
Kewanee; F. L. Wing, P'K-k Island;
F. .1. Fclton. Kewanee; Stewart Luth-
gar, Anne Sutherland. Miss M. Mettor,
New York: M. W. Ilotchford, Peoria;!
I- displaved by many a man enduring
pain- of accidental cuts, wounds.
i :. ... i i. - ,
ionise-, mil ns, sc.iin-. sore ll'I't lie
stiff joints. P.ul there's no need for
it. Pucklin's Arnica Salve wi! kill
the pain and cure the trouble. It'.
the best sa!v- on earth for piles, too:
cent-, at Hart it L'lleinev er"s drug
LIBRARY BOARD ALLOWS
LIST OF MONTHLY BILLS
Pontine matters only came up be
fore the a ! ji : ii inei . meeting of the
directors of the public library, held
la-t evening. The following bills were
J. W. Stewart
W. II. Ilailc
Fmpirc Ci a I tV Coke ci mpanv..
II. P. Hubbard
Tri-City Transfer company ....
carry. ca-y to
never failing in
A t 1'ocket llnctor.
i a the way, no t roii I
arc PcW ill's
vial of thex
line Iilll- in I lie Vet pocKet i- a cer
tain guarantee against headache, bil
iousness, torpid liver and all of the
ills rc.-ultiug from constipation. They
tonic and 1 ri ngt hen the liver. Sold
There Is no Rochelie Salts, Alum,
Lime or Ammonia in food made with
HOT Ifl THE B4r.Q P0DR Ttt'JST
it makes our food.
L'evvare of substitutes ofTcred by
llllserilpilloils iealers in place of Fie
ey's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Panncr Salve. Dishonest
leak-is for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable meiH-
ines that have stood the test of years
i in I thu- jeopardize the lives of their
ictims. For bale by all druggist.
Chicago. Jan. i:$ Following re tbe oten-
tng. bigneit, lowest ana cloaing quotatloca
ia today's marten:
l.i n., -( : Ki': s.T4
Mjt, s7 s; H7'
July. -i',-. si',; nc .
Jan. II',: II',: 44,: 4i.
M-"'. 4", : 4- 47-.
July 64; 17; W;,-; 7',.
J in.. 37': 37: 37,: S7
M.iv. 35 ,: 4'1,: 38 -4- !,.
Jul. ; ,-W', ; . ; 3i'4.
Jan.l2Wi 111: 12 '0. IJini
May, 13 15. IS M: 13.10; ia -.
Jan .77; r, '.7: 6 77: 77
Ma rtcfi: 7.irJ. e '.: 7 00
J .n., 6 4. fi.4 ! Ii II
May. iscs r,; fri Bel
Dec. 6 7b: 5 H; 9 7. t
Hrt. Jao. 5.14- Mar K: Bax. N W IC3, S
W. iij Jan. . . ; Mayl'Ji; barley .-&.
umiAi touar: Wrat i;. cori -.r:; oat
no.i.oi: cattie 17 '. incn li,.
doe raartet oi-rned 5 to 1 i iiBcr.
Llfot ll(S'sli: m:itc! ao nutcn
er. itvm:(r, rroil Heavy. rr.upt
bfiy i ooitf 1 .
Came marirt opened j.roij)! t y tron cr.
sii'tp market opened roicn u4u,v.
Unloa tuc( varolii h.ii a. n
Hor market htroD. 10 to 1 Sc blrhr-r
It'ghU ttiYZtyL: mixed and tint nr, a t
? I'ood fiey- fe5 'i.A neary.
' attle market ipjlct but steady.
Beeves H.i xa o, cows anu nelfers 1
4.50 reian steers stockera an-1
t tt-Jers f2 Ioi64. 5.
Sheep market steailv.
Hog market closed mostly l'.c hinder.
Llent, $4.nKi4 !; mixed andbuicnerall i.il
a in: pnod heavy, II. 70&5 ,: rough heavy.
Cattle market closeil slow and steailv.
Sheep market closed 10 to ln; lower.
Kstlmated receipts Thursday: Wheat 2"'.
corn :, oats 75, hos ;(7.(ni0.
Now Vnrk N toe ha.
New i"ork. Jan 13. Tne following are the
closing quotations on the New York alock
SuL-ar 1-J.v Cas 1m-.'..c. It. I. & l 21'-. Sontr .
era I'acitic 4. H. &, 1 . 7.1. Atrliihnn i on-
moil 65':. Atchison itd. ss'.. (J. M 4; St. !'.
N-'t. Manhattan 1 1 1 . i-umrr co. vv. iv
Tel. Co. S7, L. & N li7 . C. & A. :t."i. Kdt.
common 41 '. Can.l'aclili: 1 IT . b ather. com
mon U. R T. 4Hi,. Par 1 tic Mail l;
S. Steel ptd. 67, IT. S. Steel common n"..
i-enna. liw. Mo. Pacific HI . P11I1.11 P.n llie
."", coai ana iron 37, Krie ciniiiiion 27 ,
Wab.'tKli pfd. 37. Car loundry . C. kh.
V. III. Ken. Steel pfd. 4- Keii. Sttcl ni:i
mon e. New York Central ll'.. llllaoi
LOCAL HAKKET UONDITIONH.
Todsy'a UooUtttoua on Fruvlaluna. L.lva
Stock. Feeil ami Fuel.
Rock Island, Jan. i: Following are ih?
quotaliona on the local market:
Hntter Creamery rs.QiZic. dairy i:c
Kptrs Freah 2oc.
iiv-e poultry Spring chickens kc
pound hens 7c per pound.
Veketablea t'otatoes. 65 to (Tie.
Cattle Steera H.S0 to 7.. cowa and
hellers 12.00 to 11.00, calves H mi to IS ix
nogs Mixed and butchers II im to II fO
Sheen Yearlings or over, imt rwt. I.ioitrt
(I 00, Lambs per head 14.00 to ' ijo
Ket and Fuel.
Oraln Oorn old 51".2c. new i:tc: oatn. 3i :.
Foraue Timoth v liav. in toi.i.vi. nr.or.i-
In to 11. straw a.5(l.
Wood Hard, per load A 00.
Oiai Lump, per bushel He. alack, per
U. i. TOHEK.
A. L. ANDKRSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 10S Min st