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THE ARGTJS SATtTaDAY, FECTlURr 13 "19Q4
THE AUG US.
Patxianed Dally' and Weekly at 16M Sec
ond avenue. Kock Island, 111. (Entered at
DY TBE J. W. POTTER CO.
TERMS Dally. 10 cent per week. Weekly,
i per year m advance.
-All communication of arrnmentattre
cm racier, political or religious, moat nave
real name attached tor publication. No
sacn articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rock Island eonntr.
b'atorday, February 13. 1904
Kiuj; Kiiu an! denie 1 lie report that.
h never iM'ars a suit of clothe twice,
lie soy he wears Vm till they're worn
o.it. No wonder lie I.- a lielmd kin?.
l5ol Fitiiomon had a dt-ntiT put
:i dos.eu diamond in liis teeth the oth
rlay. It be;jin to look tlimnrh
he really hau retired.
Indiana republicans ;ire t ill urjrin;?
tlie in, in : n;t t ion of Fairbanks for vice
president with l!n(iev('!t, claimin;?
tiiat 1 1 1 - r-tate is doubtful and lie can
make it alV. Mr, Fairbanks has ipiitc
a bank roll, come to think about it.
The tiynrc of a miner, carved from
a block f Coeur d'Alene ore. weiyinj;
nii.nv tins, will be a feature of Ida
ho'., exhibit in the palace of mines
mil met;; llur-j-v at the world's fair.
This iiniiie statue will be nint ribnt ed
bv ihe mine opcrato.-s of the Cocur
Sir (harle Todd, the permanent
head f the postal antl telegraphic
part ii'.ent in South Australia, holds
I lie rcct.nl for continuous service un
der I lie crown, lie has just eelebrat
! the '.'! :inni r-arv of his entrance
into the pi'blii- seniee of (Jreat llrit-ain.
I'l e.-d .en! . Koo-cvcit is aiil to be
ciiii.' idrrini; the advisability of having
fi. ieiMi embassadors ocorted by
I'tiite-! Sl:te troops to their embas
sies. Keaut if ill! Of eoiirse there will
be a l-.tass baud playini "Hiawatha
"Mm Time." and a few elephants
and h -1 (vi m ' pia no would help. Call
out tiii baud. 1 he troops and the elephant-,
ni t to mention the calliope.-.
.!'t"s ilin.w 'ii some lu".
The Si ciet v of I'iet u rema kers I'pon
ti e 11 1:111;. 11 Skin ha. presented a peti
tion to many French deputies rcpiest
iu;j them to pass si law making it u
Jisralory upi 11 parents to have the
names and surnames and t lie dates if
bi;-til tat t. tied upon all children over
i tin nt li- old. These eccentric jreni-u-.e-
call t heniscl es artists and !e
mar.'i protection. In their petition
thcj claim thaf tin- enra viur of the
name and address upon children
would M'ic uf it" excellent means of
itiful iliial iii.
tjowden and Yates.
The republican factious over in lit
tle Carroll are at swords" points an!
are lii;kiii;J all kinds of charges and
counter charges. According1 to local
newspapfrs the count v i literally
covered with republican ctticeseekers
and rl ied with literature by each
faction, not only lauding their re
spective candidate, but charging-each
other with all k-intl-i of ptd'nictil rns
calitv. They do not pretend to deny
the charges made' against each other,
but mi. "Yi-ii are another." We give
below part of aii eiliicriat from the
Ml. Carroll Democrat (republican),
not ;hat we take any interest in this
lepuliiican .tight. I.ujt jmiI.v .' how how.
derperate are these republican office
seeker iii:d orticclvoltiers -ii t-bis tiyht
'n one si.le to remain in office and
in tlie other to pet at the public crib.
The Democrat .ays:
"ll is known by nearly e er oifc. a nd
has been conceded . .by even some of
the l.owdeii men. that all kinds of
in iiev : beinjr used-to influence voter.-:
when it has been proven that 1 lie
Mirror. ;i?. J.owdon's mouthpiece, has
cen U ijiif the tallest lyinir on record,
are th- pecp!e iroinj to It-ten further
to such claims anil appeals? We be
lieve iii-t. '
". yr-nllemaii i f undoubted intcirri
t. and veracity came to our otlice
Mi ll iay and .-;iiii l;e was in a place of
biiint'- Saturdav last, when one of
I.omccii"- ward, heelers called a otin;
man to tl.e cipar -H-e. iH iisrht him a
cijrar an 1 slipped a .0-ccnt piece in his
hand and suit!: "Nui you lie sure
and vile for Louden." Can Mich poli
tics uin in I "si mill county 7 Should it
win? We ay no. ss we hear c-n every
hand thf'se outrapeous atil contempti
ble methods dem unce;! in thetronjf
esf Jsinusiye. Csirroll county l for
Yates, tiiui no simoiint f si inillion
siire's loolle 11ml vile fa!iticsitions
can sret it wa from him. Every de
cent republican who believes in fair
phiv -lio'ild sound the death knell to
m: '1 11 vt hods ti corruption and sit
down with a dud ttand t,n the pere
trator .-f it. Let manhood ami tlecen
cy yovct';. ami wlnevcr wins let, it be
the honest choice of the people. These
are our jentimesits. Are we rijrht?"
And apain it av:
"The Oregon Republican, in anncr
to a little squib we had about Louden
pacing' the newspaper boys liberally,
pays we told the truth. We knew it
at the .time, but we did not imagine
that the colonel demanded that the
newspaper boys steep themselves in
lies and calumny for a few paltry dol
lars, as they have been doing. If they
would even attempt to tell the truth
it would be different, but no effort is.
made to learn facts. It seems the man
who has bought them demands that
they stultify themselves in the eyes
of the public, sink their Nhonor into
the mire, lose their self respect and
adapt themselves to methods used in
the slums of the city from which their
Patriotism and Partisanship.
The most befitting-, absolutely non
partisan character of Isist night's Lin
coln day banquet of the Kock l.-ls'.nd
Club was quite in contrast with the
nature of the Marquette club's cele
bration of the same patriotic event in
Chicago. In IJock Island some of the
best known and most eloquent speak
ers in the country paid their tributes
to the memory of one of the gresitest
names of all time. There vvsis no hint
f politics, no though of narrowness,
no word of round head partisan bias
or piejudice in 'any of the speeches,
the dominating thought being thsit
till occasion inspired loftier, nobler
sentiments than could come from the
J'ps of one so warped by poliiical nar
rowness as to be incsipable of proper
ly comprehending- the scope of the
In Chicago si cabinet minister
csime sis the mouthpiece of the nation
al n iin'nisl i;i t ion to deliver si disitribe,
the nature of which vvsis entirely out
of keeping with the life of the man
who believed in malice toward none
and with charity for all.
The difference between the two
events was that the Keck Islsind
(bib's wsis broadly jisit riot ic. sis it
should have been: tlie Marquette
club's was nsirrowly p;nli an. as it
hould not luive been.
The Baltimore Fire.
The tire at Hsiltimi.rc. which de
stroyed the business portion of 1 he
city, rsinks with the gresit (ires of the
world, although the lo.-s is now esti
mated at less than sit first, but ."Sl-.V
OOO.O(X) is sin enormous figure. Its lire
will rank at . least third. The follow
ing table gives the list of the great
tires of the psist, and will be useful
for historical reference:
Li cat ion. Year, b'rn'd. Loss.
Chicago lsTl 17.4.10 $--,).uM.oO)
Moscow 1S1 L'S.OOO 1. "().( )(H).0n()
Moscow :..lT."i ls.ooo 70.000.(10(1
lioston 172 7Tti 75.000.000
Louden KiOii 14.000 5:;.ooo.ooo
Louden 1S07 -.'5.000.000
St. Johns. N. F.. ls-di 50.ooo.ouo
Seattle, Wash, .isim no.ooo.ooo
New Yerk ls::. 074 20.OUO.000
New York IS J. I 2O.0O0.0O0
Ottawa, Can. . .1!U0 :.5un 15.000.000
Portland. Me. ..IStit; 1.74:; 15.000.ooo
St. .John. X. I1..1S77 13.000.000
Jacks'iiv'le. Fla.lsim l.:uiO Pi.0U0.000
San Fraoci.-o .ls.'.l ..-,01) ltl.OUO.OUO
lloboken. .X. .L.r.'oo 10.ooo.ono
l'sit erson. X. .J. . 1102 s.ooo.000
Spokane. Wash. 7.OO0.O00
Pittsburg IS45- Km O.OOO.UOO
Melbourne s(7 .'..ooo.ooo
Chicago !!' 5.OO0.000
St. Louis ...... is.11 u',500 5.O00.OO0
Savannah, (isi. .. 1S2H 4.; 4.000.000
ISioiuiiugton ..l'.ioo ::.(oo.ooo
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Defter Thai Gold.
"I was troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and nervous
debility." writes F. J. Green, of Lan
caster. X. II. "No remedy helped me
until I began using- Electric Bitters,
which did me more good than all the
medicines I ever used. They have
also kept my wife in excellent health
for years. She says Electric Bitters
are just splendid for female troubles;
that they are a grand tonic and invig
orator for weak, run-down women.
No other medicine can take its place
in our family." Trv it. Onlv 50
Uartz & Ullemeyer
DAILY SHORT STORY
A Converted Anarchist.
Satisfaction guaranteed by
The man who told me this story is
dead or I could not tell it without al
most surely occasioning bis death:
"I was a poor man. though I belonged
to a good family and bad been well ed
ucated. At college I imbibed revolu
tionary, not to say communistic, doc
trines which influenced uie. but uot se
riously, until ou coming out of the uni
versity I lost my father and the assist
ance he had given me: then, facing the
world with no means. I was drawn to
embrace anarchism. There was no ex
cuse for me. I was young, and the
world was before me. I was one of
the impractical, tlieorizing kind who
prefer trying to revolutionize natural
laws rather than work. Added to this,
I had the faculty of inspiring others.
I joined a band of anarchists and be
came a leader among them.
My mother had 11 brother of whom I
bad never heard. He was considered
the black sheep of the family aud was
never spoken of to me, the only child
of his only sister. He had run away
as a boy and had broken his mother's
heart by never writing a line. Up to
the time I became an anarchist he had
never been heard from. Judge of my
surprise one day to learn through so
licitors that this uncle had died in
South America and left a fortune of
$S"0.(.tX to me.
"How quickly my theories of the
world's wrongs vanished! I did uot
dare to break my connection with an
archists, but gradually ceased to attend
meetings. One day I was horrified at
receiving an order to assassinate one
of the crowned heads of Europe. I
knew woil that should I refuse I would
bo myself assassinated. One advan
tage I would have? in disobeying the
order I was rich and could isolate my
self from any one who might attempt
to kill me. I turned my fortune iuto
gold and disappeared. A few weeks
later I turned up in one of the south
ern states. My hair, which had been
a light brown, was black. My beard,
which had been but a few tufts, was
now luxuriant. My name was changed.
Inde?d, as little of my old self re
mained as I could help. I fought a
small plantation and pretended to raise
cotton. In its center was my house,
and no one could reach me without
passing a number of my employees,
whose duty it was to keep off an en
emy. "I lived for several years without
hearing from my old associates, but
this only assured me that at the out
set I had eluded them. I knew that I
had been condemned and sonic one had
been appointed to kill me. The only
question was. Would my executioner
tire of the work or "be withdrawn for
lack of funds or other causes?
"One day I noticed that a new candy
store had been opened in the village.
1 went inside and looked over the stock..
It was very meager, and I bought noth
ing. A young woman who stood be
hind the counter looked disappointed
and sisked me to give an order for any
thing I liked and she would execute it.
I am fond of chocolate and told her to
make me some chocolate creams. She
promised to have them ready the next
day and send them to me. Instead of
sending she brought them. When she
was announced I told my guards to
admit her. She was a very attractive
looking person, and I did not desire
to keep her away. She asked me to
try her chocolates and tell her wherein
they did not plesise me. I ate a few of
them and pronounced them excellent.
Thstt seemed to satisfy her. and she
left at once, though I would have been
glad to have her remain longer.
"In n week I went by the candy shop,
stopped and gave her an order for some
more chocolates. She told me that she
knew of a new kind that she was sure
I had never eaten. I gstve her an or
der for some of them, telling her that
1 would not put her to the trouble oU
sending them, but would call for them.
1 did so. but they were not ready. I
silled sixain, but still they bad not leen
made. The woman told me that cer
tain ingredients were required, for
which she hsid lieen obliged to send to
the city. She would bring them when
they were ready.
Meanwhile I never relaxed my vigi
lance in keeping any suspicious per
son from my house, and both there and
when I went out I was secretly aiined
"to the teeth.'
"One day the candy woman was an
nounced, and I ordered her to lie ad
mitted. Slie handed me the box of
chocolates, and while I tried them she
amused herself with an Italian grey
hound I had always with me. The dojj
was lying on a rug at the other end of
the room, and she went over to him
and parted hini. On opening the box
I found the chocolates in Inyers of
four larce. flat squares. I ate two and
found them delicious. The third I
threw to the dog. who caught it in his
teeth and swallowed it. I noticed that
the woman turned pale. I was aliout
to eat the fourth when I saw the dog
looking at it longingly. I tossed it to
him. As I did so the woman gave a
shriek. The dog causrht it. as before.
There was an explosion, and his head
wa spattered over the room.
"The secret was out. The woman had
been commissioned to murder me! Sh
was knocked senseless by the explosion.
I was unhurt."
An arrangement was made lietween
the ex-anarchist and the woman. She
wrote that she had killed her man. .
coffin full of stones was buried, and
the man was never again seen on h.'
plantation. Then a notice was pub
lished of the woman's death caused
by wounds which she managed to
have reach an anarchist circle. The
two lived together as man and wife till
the husband's death a few rears asro.
"I Faith 'tit e honett quality."
Qumlity ulk hould be backed by "the
good. BUtz Brewery was founded in the
early forties. Blatz quality is almoft
tradUtioaaL Every bottle is f ull of quality
argument. 'The "Blatz" charscteristics
are all rounded up in the "Wiener." t
Ask for it down town. Send a case home.
DEARDSLEV . BAILEY. AGENTS.
Chicago. Fei n-roiiowine are tne o(e -
tug. Ugliest, lowest ana cloatnr quoitl.v s
la today' markets
May. 96.9fl's Pf.-i tf'.'i
Julv. 8S 884 ts6 S8?i
Sept., 83V fc3'-; SifSi.
Feb . 51 51 Si: 5'.
Ma. MW f.41i ?4' 4?j
July 52?,: 5; o27
Mar. 43V. H:
Vjy, If nV 14 Mi 14 1 2 14 7!
Jaiy,n Hid i4o5:ifi-:.
M-lV, 7 70. 7.7U; 7 2 7 fio
July, 7.7:5: 7.72; 7.72. 7 72
May, 7 02 7 10: 7 0? 7 1-7.
D;c, 7.lot7.?2; 7 15 7.i7
Rye. Feb. 62: May6f!(; fa N. W 118; S.
W. llt'-i May 113; bar ew zuO).
"ecc.pl iou&r: wiieat 17, corn 191 oalk
121: noKS 8 000: cattle 200: sdee. 1 nm
Hon niarxet opened watt 5 to 0z lower.
tile.nt 4 6V3.I5: inixea du uui
m. 5 9365.25; eood heavy. 14 93(85.30. rougb
heavy S3 0Ua$5.l5.
uauie ma.xs.tr 1 opened steady.
""eeo market openen stead).
IIog3 at Omaha 6.000: -anie KH); togs at
RaLu-iS (Jity 5 Out: cattle 500
Uuiuu buc& rard8b:40 a. m.
Hop market weak 5 to fc lower,
Lerht. 14 65 10; mixea aua uutchera. 4 90
&5 2.V good Heavy, ti'M'S-KZO; rougn heavy.
4 0.)(J5 33
Cauie market unchanged.
Sheep market strong.
Hog market closed slow at early decline.
t,iui, 4Um, mixed and uui.ucia t4 8
435 &5 tront neavy. (4U0Q5 3O: rouh heavy
f l 9035.05.
'Htue market c?cveJ nnchan? cd.
Sbeep market opt n u oirouf 7
Sttw Vork. Feb 13 -Tai touowiii are tot
closing quotations on the New York icl
Suirar l?'11.Gast?4.C R I. & P 22H, South
ern Fdntlc 44 v U. & O. 7T'i Atchison com
mon erv Aicuison pM.w.i.a m & st. t
I4i'i. Manhattan 14.', copjer 47?i. W. U.
Tel. Co. . . 1- & N H3. V St A Rdr.
common 42. Can. PaciUciltSH-Leathcr.com-
mon B. K T 4i4 racitto -viail U.
S. Steel ptl. 57?j. U. S. Steel common !!?.
Feniia. IN. Mo. Pacific W. Union Pacitic
78 coal HLd Irou :ir, Kriu common 2
Wabash pta. "5'i. Car louuary C. 6c ...
V.' Rep. Steel ptd hep. St el com-
mju Sew York Centra) 1 a-, llituoi
New York Hank Statement.
New York. Feb. 1:$. Reserve decrease,
ft. e?. 550 jo s U S. decreased ,:s-9 lj; loans
increase fru.lOti: siu-cie increase, ?siu.4Ui:
lepals decrease. ? tnni: deposits increase,
Vi-v. 00: circu.ation decrease li.'xv.
XAKiJkt, MAfeKtCf rjONIl'i.
Today's Qnotatlor on Provisiwua. Ue
Stock. Fot and Vvh
Rock Island. F b 13 Follow, lux arc the
.j notations on the lo:a market:
Butter Creamery 2;?33 datrv 20;
EgK" Fresh 27c.
L,fve poultry Spring chickens 11; per
pound hens 8; per pout"1.
Vegetables -Potatoes 'if..
Cattle Steers 3 5J to 14 75 . w& aD?
oellers 13.00 to (4.0t. calves 3a) to 16 00
Hogs Mixed and butchers 4 iO to t'i.00
Sheep YcarUnsrs or over, pr 'Ti. f 3 50 c
It 10. Lambs per head it 00 to rt 50
FtMNt n4 FuL
Grain Corn 43 to-Tc: "ata. !( T5c
Forag Timothy Uay, 18 to l.uo, pralrlt
to 9. strw 6 50.
Wood Hara, per load 00
Coa'-Lump. per busbel lie slack, per
H. J. TOHKK.
A.. I.. AN DKKSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main ai
llei-oros are Kept of peope movinir,
arrhiniu r leaving Davenport. Credit
reports f urni-lfd m application. Di
roctories of North and Hiutb Dakota.
Misoiiri. Iowa. Wisconsin, I'eoria and
(hirajo. llraiich 0f the Derjrman
CoHection Apenry, 207-00 Urady
1 . Cm r-w-T
For the quick preparation of a de
licious drink, for making Chocolate
Icing or for flavoring Ice Cream,
Lowney 's "Always Ready" Sweet
Chocolate Powder has no
equal. - Ttte full chocolate quality
and properties are present, unadul
terated and unimpaired.
Should In oriiored when- you
can obtain the i hoifft tilt" mar
ket alTords. Look over this
Cauliflower, (ire-en Onion.
Tomatoes. Cue umbers.
Water Cress. Soup Uunehes.
l'arsley. Head I.ettuee.
l-'iTi,' Plant, (ireen l'ejmers.
llr.bharrl Siiiiih. Kohlrabi.
L,tnf I.ettuee. Wax Deans.
Carrots, Deets. New Potatoes.
New Onifins. l'.ernnnla Onions.
Celery Hoots, (iarlie.
Horseradish Koot. Sliives.
Spinneh. Celery, Khubarl).
Hatinir and Cooking Apples.
Xav.-.l Orartges Satsuinas.
St raw l-.erries. Malaga (Irapes.
Tangerines. Crape Kruit.
Florida Kuset Oranges.
in:lian IJiver Florii'.a Oranges.
Poultry ?vnd Fish.
Turkeys and Cee-e.
!u!k and Canned Oysters.
1C20 SIXOXD AVENUE.
Sunday, Feb. !4.
First dme here. One night only.'
The rtcord maker, theiecord breaker,
he, record ho'der of all musical
"comedies. John C. Fisher's
stupendous .r0.0U0 pro
x chtction, the
liy the authors t "Floradora," with
And a company -f 1M. The sensa
tional e liampairiie danee the famous
Note This is the oriimil jirodue
fion V. iiii-h played at the l.roadway
theatre. New York' City, all last sea-
sou, and was to have appeared at tin1
Illinois theatre. Chieao.
I'riies fills to S-1..10.
Ol RICTION CMAM BERLIN, KIM OTA COM PAH Y.
Wednesday, Feb. 17.
Y' ii hae heard, u n h::e read, ou
have talked. ou h;se dreamed f
that ueerest. quaintest -f all -om-
"Lanh. :r.; '. the world ;a!?;rh- with
sev the .?!. (.!!?! ,reat ure --She ln.wer if
t ra Ti-T!i.!eu! l-eauty. tin' irlare of
masi'ilti'V. '' jeweled ;ir--e-.
I'liec.-: 2-. ."'; an ' T-"'-. '-::ts 0:1
For rmrltrnr!?5! and
h:ise vritf n-
g!:' M ilfllf THE PAF.EKT
' BBa-T; WIGHT. ILL.
i Sviits WortK S12.
S13.50 said SI 5
tttt-f son St. Hives.
i . t
4- The New Clothing Store : 1714 Second Avenue. 4
t . I
Economy Grocery Co.
We wii-h to arrest your attention and we are jroiiiir to aeeom
plish it with two most powerful weapons Ql'ALITY AND 1'KIClL
Ve have only lieen in business a short time, hut we have been here
loiijf enouirh to let the peopleVnid out that we are givintf the lowest
possible prices on hitrhest praties of groceries and tlwtt we do just
AS ADVEKT1SKI). if prices will convince you, look at these:
Suprar, 22 lbs
9 1'ars Santa L'laus
l'prg-0-See and Vijjor,
New York gallon
Fancj- Japan Tea,
3 lb. can Green
Pure Catsup, 3
.'! lb. csn Eli's? '
2 lb. ke;. Cero-Fruto,
flake and Cera Nut, 2
Best, patent Four, eve
sack guaranteed ....
Fancy Dairy Butter,
per pound .r
Seeded Kaisins, 3 lbs.
2 large cakes Ivory
2 cakes Sapolio
Florida sweet russet
3 lb. can extra fancy
Toothpicks, 3 large ,
I'u re Maple Syrup,
'Remember the "Place, JVcar "Pot 'office
Economy Grocery Co.
1515 Second Ave. "t 7"e- A2S2 Rock Island
RigKt in Line
we elaiin to be proe the claim
-for all kinds of plumbing, wa
ter and g'as fitting; leaks, burst
pipes, bad jobs repaired in haste
and yet to your satisfaction, at
figures that won't a fright you.
Tel. Union 92; call 1.510 Third
avenue. Kock Island agents for
the Block Gas Light, the strong
st gas light in the world.
STENGEL. J5he Plumber.
"It is not what you earn, but what you save
that makes wealth."
Deposits in sums of One Dollar or more are
received, on which. 4 per cent interest is al
lowed at the savings department of
KOCK ISLAND, ILL
Elegance in Wall Paper
Like distinction of carriage and
deportment in humans, appeals to
the artistic eye. There's a certain
subtle something? in papers we se
lect and sell which k peaks of stjle,
taste and superiority which people
of artistic taste appreciate. We
ask .vmi to see and Kclect. wall dec
orations here at your leisure.
PARIDON EL SON.
4io si:yi:xti:i:ntii ktklet.
Old 'phone Union 213. New 'phone 2313
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