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TIIE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1003.
ROAD PAYS $4,000
TO KINNEY FAMILY
Settlement Made for Deatn of Fireman
in Rock Island Ex
plosion. Tto Itirk I:and road ha M-ttled
with the family of Herman Kinney
the fireman who a killed with Engln
-.-r Calhoun at the time tf the recent
Li!-r t-tpbtdon upon the Kock Island
bjoomotive a f w mil- eM of Iaven
Although the coroner's Jury ' oera-
ted the railnai company frrim ail
b:m for th- accident, it ha shown a
spirit of liberality wMom d. played by
great corporal if m. by paing to the
b-r-aved famity of the d-ad fireman
the mm of S !.".
It will be r-niembred that the caue
of the accident a attributed ti the
lark of water in tin- l.il r ami that the
nglne Ha fun ml to !- In perfect fori
ditki previous to time of the ex
IS TO BE COLDER TONIGHT
Predicted That It Will be '.2 Below in
There has len a gradual declino In
tempera turf since o'clock last tun
ing, when the thermometer registered
23 alove r. ro. At miduight it lia-1
dropped to 1I. and at o'clock this
morning it wan a? zero. At noon today
it wan 4 In-low. and a hinh wind mad"
it feel to a jwdestrian as though it were
by far th" coldest flay fif th" season,
when the fact is it did not reach the
record by several degrees. However,
the record is liM.Iy to be broken by
tomorrow, for Observer Sheriff says
that the Indications are that the ther
mometer will read in the neighborhood
of 12 below in the morning
Street car traffic was considerably
delated to lay owing to the torm.
The freezing of the switches, and th'
bad condition of the track caused de
lays of from 1 to .'lo minutes on so:.)"
of the I-ii'-h. Tie railwas have ihh
le-n suffering any great delays as yet.
but the switching service in the yard
is greatly hind- red.
ATKINSON HAS A BLAZE
Big Corn Cribs in Henry County Vil
lage Are Destroyed.
The village of Atkinson was bril
liantly lighted Sunday evening by a
conflagration that laid low a large
number of corn cribs close to in
dwelling of Dr. Howl. -He. How the
fire started no one knows, but at
o'clck in the evening, when the citi
TIL Ci r At. T O
j i ic jiurc u iic luwii. i
At the first of each year
we clear our shelves
and tables of all Winter
Wearables. Any man
who expects to continue
to wear clothes cannot
afford to turn his back
on this store. The in
ducements we are offer
ing in prices are tempt
ing enough to make
Overcoats, Suits a.nd
We are simply pursuing
a reasonable and sensi
ble business policy
which should appeal to,
every man and parent
who has a boy to clothe.
zens of the vi!laee had assembled in
the sanctuaries for evening worship,
the cry of fire arose on the breeze, and
It was but a short time until the burn
in? timber made the hky lurid. The
fire was first d:covered in a tight
bin which was filled with loose hay.
and it had such a start that there was
do fMb:iiry of Mopping it. The vll
lag Tire company was called out, but
tbe well wan frozen up and there was
no chance of uylng the apparatus.
Buckets were procured at the hard
ware ffore. but were not used as It
was decided to Iff the fire burn Itself
out. The mareat dwelling wis that of
Dr. Ilowlette. which is located but 30
feet from the cribs. There were half
a dozen rows of cribs, one of them be
ing ten lengths or over 3"0 feet. The
tire burned brightly until after mi
night, when the falling snow damp
ened the ardor of the flames. The
cribs wer ail destroyed, but consider
able salvage will result from the half
burnt timber which the snow saved
from being totally consumed. There
was no com in the cribs.
POWEN IS GIVEN 20 DAYS
For Assaulting W.
E. Davis on
Alfred I'owen. the peddler, who as
sauiu-d V. E. Davis on the street Sun
day. Iat evening was sentenced to
2' day in the county jail by Justice
.). 11. Cleland. before whom he was
tred at the police station. Mr. David,
whose face was badly swoll-.-n by the
blows he received from his assailant
was not able to appear to prosecute
Police Magistrate G. A. Johnson is still
confined to his home by illness. Two
members of the police departnun'.
Henry Thode and Sidney Pearson, are
also laid up by illness.
The Bock Island police have been
furnished a description of lessie Woe
ber. wanted In Davenport for passing
forged check for $120. She Is 17
years old. and wore a brown cap and
lerig y How coat when last seen in
Detective Richard Carnes last even
ing arrested William Kilky. wanted in
Davenport for larceny. Kilky was
taken to Davenport by an officer from
Bishop Spalding Improves.
BUhop Spalding, the Peoria Journal
savs, i;a n covered trom tne paraiync
attack which he suffered soiue time
ago to such an extent that he is now
abb to ese his left arm. His recov
ery, although slow, is sure and lis
physicians are much encouraged. It
will Ik impossible to take him to a
milder climate for some months, how
ever, as his condition will not allow
him to travel.
MRS. ROBERTSON IS
MARRIED IN EAST
Former Society Woman. Wife of Henry
E. Ahearn Doctor May
Cards received by friends announce
the marriage in New York Thursday.
Jan. 19, of Mrs. Pauline Emmogene
Robertson and Henry Edward Ahearn.
Their at home cards read Summit. N.
J., after May 1.
The bride will be recalled as for
merly Mrs. C. M. Robertson, of Daven
port. After going to Chicago Mrs. Rob
en son and her husband disagreed, and
without his opposition she secured a
divorce. The announcement of her
marriage relieves Dr. Robertson of
tbe payment of alimony understood to
amount to $2'xt a month, and is doubt
less not unwelcome tidings to him. In
fact, it Is stated that an eastern lady
may some of these days make Dr. Rob
ertson happy by becoming the quweii
of his home.
Insure with McKee.
Call for Improved Zazaro.
Lage-Watera for fine footwear.
Attend the real sale at Lloyd's.
Trl-City Towell Supply company.
For bus, baggage.express.call Robb's.
For 'bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Misses' rubbers 25 cents. Dolly DrosV
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
The stage of water was Z.iQ at C a.
in., and 5.0 at noon.
Real sale, real bargains. Seeing is
believing. Come and see. Lloyd's.
W. H. Slemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5746.
Wailine & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old "phone 1070, new CSS4.
Peanut candy and taffy 10 cents per
pound at Petersen's, 1314 Third ave
Card party given by the ladies at
Sacred Heart hall tonight. Music and
Music an J refreshments at the card
party given by the ladies at Sacred
Heart hall tonight.
Attend the card party tonight giv
en by the ladies at Sacred Heart hall.
Good music and refreshments.
If you tire of buckwheat, try Mrs.
Austin's Pancake Flour for a change.
Made from the great food cereals.
Trinity guild will meet at 2:30 to
morrow afternoon with Mrs. DeSoIand
at her residence on Twenty-third
Robert Kan.-on. formerly connected
with the I lodges & Klasdel's grocery,
has accepted a position with louis
AH the leading hotels, restaurants
and dining cars serve Mrs. Austin's
pancakes for breakfast. Much better
Don't forget the masquerade given
by Court of Honor 1 Friday evening.
Jan. 27. Admission, gentlemen 23
cents, ladies 15 cents.
Report your changes to Stone's city
directory, office northeast corner Sec
ond avenue and Eighteenth street, or
call up old phone 553 L.
The annua dance of the Light
Cuard band will be held at Industrial
hall, Moline. Saturday, Jau. 2S. 2j
pi ces in the orchestra. $15 in cash
Telephone your orders for hickory
shop wood to the Mutual Wheel com
pany, Molinw. 111. Delivered to any
address in Rock Island fur $3 per
load. Both phones.
See the free bottle offer Mu". I s drape
Tonic, the constipation cure, or t-end
this no' ice to MUs :rnti Tonic coin
pany. "A" Rock Island. II!., and receiv.
large bottle absolutely free.
Capt. A. W. IMlett. of Driven port,
will lead the meeting tomorrow even
ing at the Salvation Army barracks
on Second avenue. Capt. Foilett. who
has been located at Davenport for a
year, is to be trans-ftrred.
About 23 young people of this city
will go this evening to Oencseo where
the niins.Tel nci-ntly given for the
Odd FellowK of t'ls-c:ty will be repeat
ed. The company is under the direc
tion of Miss Clara Hampton.
; The stockholders meeting of the Tri
City Oil company to le held at Turner
hall Tuesday evening, Jan. 2t. wii;
probably prove quite interesting to all
concerned. It is said that the direct
ors are prepared to present a plan
which should insure the future suc
cess of the company, and the indica
tions are that every stockholder will
be on hand. I
Ical shareholders in the Pfau Gold
Mining & Reduction company, have re
ceived a circular letter from the presi
dent of the company. Iee Pfau. for
merly of this city, detailing the prog-j
rets at the mines, where a modern,
plant is being installed, and which will!
toon be in operation. The mill will
have a capacity of 150 tons per day.
President Ifau says tbat hs expects'
the company to be on a paying basis
SEEFELDT HELD GUILTLESS
Andalusia Saloonkeeper Acquitted of
Keeping Open After Hours.
A case grow lag out of the agitation
over saloon regulation that developed
after tbe rumpus at the Andalusia
tru:-tos" meeting a couple of weeks
ago. was tried yesterday at that vil-
. lace before Juki in Ttwimiwin chaw, i
the saloonkeeper, for keeping open al-
ter 11 o'clock, the time specified for
closing in the village ordinances. R. R.
Reynolds, of this city, represented the
prosecutor and G. E. Spickler. of Anda
lusia, pleaded Seefeldt's side of the
case. When the evidence was in the
jury decided that no offense against
the ordinances had been committed
Seefeldt Is one of those under indict
ment for riot and Information is pend
ing in the county court against him
for keeping open tippling house on
Chicago. Jan. 24. Following are the
opening, highest, lowest and closing
quotations in today's markets:
May. 114;. 113.. 114V. 1144.
July. J,. $. 9S. US',.
January, closed 42l.
May. 41. 44". 44;. 443;.
July. 45w. 43'i. 451. 43'. i.
January, closed 3Vi.
May. 30 "i. 30 30. 3os4.
July. 3oTi. ::o-K. 30,. 2o4.
January. . 12.87. 12.S7. 12.S7.
. May. 12.95, 13.10. 12.J3. 13.05.
January. C.S5. fi.0. C.S5. G.itO.
May, 7.05. 7.lo, 7.05. 7.lo.
July. 7.17. 7.22. 7.17. 7.22.
January, closed (J.70.
May. C.S7. 0.92, C.S5. C.90.
July. 7.00. 7.05, 7.00. 7.05.
Receipts today Wheat 43, corn 530,
oats 171. hogs 24,000, cattle C.00O, sheep
Estimated receipts Wednesday
Wheat 23. corn 274. oats Sy, hogs 3S.-
Hog market opened steady. Light
4.45(fi4.70, mixed and butchers 4.50
4.75, good heavy 4.55Q4.S0, rough
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady to 10c
Hogs at Omaha 11,000. cattle C.000,
Hogs at Kansas City lC.ooo. cattle 10,
U. S. Yards, S:40 a. in. Hog market
active. Light 4.454.75. mixed and
butchers 4.5OQ4.S0, good iieavy 4.5." "fl
1.S2. rough heavy 4 .55 ff? 4.05.
Cattle market steady. Reeves 3.0otfp
0.10, cows and heifers. 1.25(0 4.40, stock
ers and feede rs 2.00f 4.2o.
Sheep market shade lower.
Hog market closed steady. Light
1.45 ft 4.75, mixed and butchers 4.50'fi'
1.S0. good heavy 4.55 4.S2, rough
heavy 4.55 Cn 4.05.
Cattle market closed weak.
Sheep market closed weak.
New York Stocks.
.New York. Jan. 24. Sugar 140.
as 10fii&. C. R. I. & P. 3i, Southe rn
Pacific 044. R & O. 101 . Atchison
common 93'. Atchison preferred 100'i,
C, M. & St. P. 73. Manhattan 170.
CopiHT 73V;. W. IT. Tel. Co. H. N. Y
Central 142. 1 & N. 35 Vi, C. & A.
II . Reading common 80Vs. Canadian
Pacific 131 Vi. leather common 12.
li. R. T. Co i , V. S. Steel preferred
924. V. S. Steel common 284. Penna
1357&. Missouri Pacific 105;. Union
Pacific 1104. Coal & Iron G9V. Erie
common 404. Wabash preferred 42V&.
C. & O. W. 22. Illinois Central 154V&.
Car Foundry 31 Vi. Republic Steel pre
ferred CSi, Republic Steel common
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Jan. 24. Following are
the wholesale quotations in the local
Provisions and Produce.
Rutter Creamery 23 Vie, dairy 20c.
Eggs Fresh 25c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens 8c
per pound, hens 7c per pound, ducks
8c. turkeys 12&13c.
Vegetables Potatoes 3035c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain New corn 2040c, oats 30
Forage Timothy hay' JIOIO.50,
prairie $9.50&$10, straw $6.00 (ft: 7.00.
Wood Hard, per load, $5.00 5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13&14c, slack,
per bushel, 7c.
Cattle Steers $3.0005.00. cows and
heifers $2.004.00, calves $3.0o(Tt 0.00.
Hogs Mixed and butchers $4.00
Sheep Yearlings or over $3.00(?
$5.oo, lambs $3.00& COO.
Edison Recovers After Operation.
Orange, N. J., Jan. 24. Thomas A.
Edison, the Inventor, is recovering rap
idly today from a surgical operation
performed last night for a mastoid ab
scess behind his ear.
has prtjvtM to be th Bt therm I far
Only 250. and 50c. t til dragslsto
F. U, nisbfer & Co.
215 Pearl Street
I Dr. RICnTER'S
Send for complete list of the many valuable premiums given for American Family
Soap Wrappers. Address Premium Dept., 360 No. Water St., Chicago, 111.
JAMES S. KIRK & COMPANY.
MAGILL TO HELP
Appointed Member of Appropriations
Committee of the
Springfield. III.. Jan. 21. (Special.)
-Speaker Shurtleff today announced
the following house committees:
Appropriations Trautiiiann. (St.
Claire), chairman; Shanahau. IVna
darvis, Kerrick. Undley. Taggert,
Dudgeon. Monroe, Hodman. Drew, Mil
ler, Glade. Magill. Smaljak. Arnold.
Hardin, Gaunt. Oglesby. Kittclman.
Keeh. Russell. Hogue. Coyle, Heinl,
I'ederson. Seabal, Echols. Rose, Dona
hue, Ixjy, Grace,. Harris, Coleman,
Cooke. Rap, Finnan, Hearn. Witt, Lur-
ton, Schaefer, Wilson and Conierford.
Chicago charter Pendarvis (Cook)
hairman; Church, Shanahan, Lindley,
N'ngel. Clettenberg. F. E. Erickson.
Freidt, McSurely, Hill, Piersou. Peebe,
Williams (Cook). Sheldon. Shriner.
Rinaker, Arnold, Magill, Kittleman,
McHenry, Deck, Brady, Maury, Mc-
Gorty, M. L. McKinley, Burke, Comer-
ford. Farly. Mitchell. Mermak. Manny,
Dougherty, Williams (Williamson),
Pendarvis introduced a bill bearing
on the charter.
Enrolled and engrossed bills Ped-
?rson (la halle) chairman; Haines,
Bucttntr, Cavanaugh, Schumaker,
STRIKE SPREADS THROUGH
THE EMPIRE: BOTH SIDES
PREPARE FOR CONFLICT
(Continued From Page One.)
there are soldiers or public building?
jombs are beiug thrown. Many
frightened Inhabitants are fleeing from
the city or barricading themselves in
their homes. The strikers, who now
may be called revolutionists, are gath
ering in the streets and the wildesH
rumors are circulating.
Marrblnic to All Srlk-r.
Armed men are reported to be
marching to the aid of the strikers
from various quarters. Twelve thous
and strikers from the CapilofT works.
1C miles away, are stated to have beat-
n back a detachment of troops told
iff to deal with them, and to be ad
vancing on St. Petersburg.
At Kolpino. 12 milss up the river,
body of workmen who had started
for St. Petersburg to join the strikers.
Accounts as to the number killed or
Strlkerx S-lm- tJ-4Ht HI flea.
It was officially reported at 1:;50
ast evening that the workmen had so-
cured a supply of arms. They raided
government store at the far end of
the outer military position of the u-
urbs and seized l.Suo rifles. They
reached Sestroutsk. near the Finland
frontier, before the commander of the
advanced troops learned of the raid.
The store also contained cartridges.
UUCH DAMAGE DONE:
STRIKE LEADERS ISSUE
St, Petersburg, Jan. 24, 2 p. m.
correspondent of the Associated
Press today drove up Nevsky Prospect
and discovered the damage done to
store fronts was more considerable
than appeared last night. A large,
number of business premises
Enormous crowds of strikers and
many sightseers are promenading the.
sidewalks. Street cars are again in
operation. All has oeen quiei up io
this hour. The correspondent noticed
several distributing procamations.
which were eagery received by the
I'rorlamaf loaa Ylolraf.
Proclamations demand immediate
cessation of the war, and representa-1
ive government from the emperor. '
The grand dukes, ministers, generals
and court nobles are denounced a mur-
derers and must be slain. Seizure of
qualities not found in other soap
and purifies the home is dis-
from all other soaps because of
its ecomoray, and its great cleansing
Every atom cleanses.
arsenals and arms at the deiots and
gunsmiths' is advised, that the defend
ers of freedom may be liberated, and
the police, gendarme stations and gov
ernmcut and state buildings be demol
Throw Down Kinprror.
"We must throw down the emperor
and the government. Ixng live revo
lution and constituent assembly of
representatives of the people."
STRIKE ON IN MOSCOW;
WORKMEN ARE ARMING;
CALL POLES TO REVOLT
Moscow. Jan. 24. The llames of re
volt against oppression, lighted in St.
Petersburg Sunday by the flashes of
Cossack guns, have spread to Moscow.
From . iscow the news of the revolt
has gone to' KharkofT, to Odessa, to
Kieff.'to Sevastopol. In each of these
great cities the workmen are planning
to join the uprising.
I'olei. t'nllfMl In Itrvolt.
From Warsaw comes the word that
a call to arms has been sounded and
that handbills are everywhere calling
on the people to sack the arsenals and
provide themselves with arras.
The news that men, women and
children had been shot down by order
of the grand dukes created the wildest
anger when it reached here. Workmen
of Moscow sent back word that the
cry for vengeance was sweeping over
Strike IteglnK nt Noon.
A strike was inaugurated at noon
yesterday, when 5.0 employes of t.ie
Bromley iron works met during the
noon hour and adopted resolutions de
claring that it was Impossible to con
tinue working in the face of the appeal
from their coworkers at the capital.
Then the 5,000 iron workers marched
in a body to other plants near by, call
ing upon their fellow workmen in oth
er lines of industry to join them.
As tlie afternoon wore on tin; march
ing procession grew larger, for every
plant, factory, mill and workshop vis
ited was closed promptly and the em
ployes added (heir number to the par
ade. A general strike in every line of
industry has been called for Thursday,
when a great demonstration will take
(iritnil Itukr llrndr for War.
Grand Duke Sergius. governor of
Mosctiw, Is especially hated by fhe
workmen. His palace outside the city
is like a citadel. He is known to be
making military preparations on a
large scale for handling the demonst ra
tion Thursday. He has, it is stated, de
clared he will use artillery if neces
sary. There is considerable anxiety n
the city. It is known tho workmen
generally are provided with firearms,
despite tbe regulations forbidding them
I'olt-M allfd tu Itrvolt.
Warsaw, Jan. 24. The events in St.
Petersburg have agitated the whole
laudVfor in spite of official reticence
and vigilance of the olice they are
becoming known throughout Russia.
A meeting of the workmen here de
clannl for solidarity of laborers every
where, and demanded the immediate
calling of a parliament. Handbills
have teeti distributed throughout this
city preaching insurrection and calling
upon the people to rise and arm them
selves from the arsenals.
t'aar lo Mja Ur oHrrMaloHa f
St. Petersburg. Jan. 21, la. m.
There are extremely significant reports
tonight tii-it Emperor Nicholas, in mak
ing the decision at the extraordinary
meeting of the council of the empire
at Tsarskoe Selo to declare St. Petera-
burg in a state of tdege. announced that
he had resolved to issue a manifesto to
the people, with a view of calming
them, promising to create a mixed com
mission of workmen and officials to in
vestigate and decide the questions of
the demands of the strikers, especially
the one afTcct!ns hours of labor, which
Russian law fixes at 11.
The representatives of the workmen.
according to this report, are not to be,
appointed, but selected by the laboring j
men themselves. This would be tho
first concession to the representative j
According to reports, the emperor);
will also promise to investigate yester
day's events in St. Petersburg.
iti:roiti rtiirt ii. to hi i.k.
Mupa Out it Schrma for Iro lalitanl liiiv
rrmiifut fur Hiialn.
Indon. Jan. 21, 5 a. in. The Daily
Telegraph's St. I'etersbiitg correspond
ent rejtorts that as the outcome oX
meetings of the reform party, headed
by Gorky, Anueiisky and Arsenb rf,
Saturday night and Sunday, a body of
men has been constituted that regard
itself as the future provisional govern
ment of Russia. As yet, the corre
sjHndent says, the members are politi
cal ciphers, but they hope some sii.k
den stroke of luck will enable Hum
to overturn the existing regime. They
recognize nonsuccess may lead them
to Siberia or the tomb.
Daniel Breiinan died this morning u
S:::o o'clock at his home. Eighth ave
nue and Sixteenth street, Moline, ng.-d
7C years. Mr. Brennan was born in
Ireland and settled in Moline in IN.!',.
His wife died Dec. :! last. He is sur
vived by his two honn. Daniel and
.Dun is Brennan. The funeral will Uku
place from St. Mary's church. In Mo
line. Thursday morning at 1 o'clock.
Surprised on Birthday.
II. H. Robb was surprised at his
home last evening by a company if
his relatives and friends who went in
a body to Ills residence, taking him
completely unawares. The occasion
was his birthday. He received a leath
er upholstered .Morris cnair. aii oys
ter supper was served and the evening
was spent most enjoyably.
William Andros, of Moline, and Mrs.
Jennie Johnson, at Milan, were mar-
'ed at 10 :.'! o'clock this morning. Rev.
M. V. Crumbaker, pastor of (ho First
Methodist church of that city, perform
ing the ceremony at the home of tbe
bride's sister in Moline, in which city
the couplo will reside.
No More Stomach Troubles.
All stomach trouble is removed by
the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It
gives tho stomach perfect rest by di
gesting what you eat without tho stom
ach's aid. The food builds up the
body, the rest restores the stomach to
health. You don't have to diet your
self when taking Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. J. D. Ersklne. of Allenvlllo,
Mich., says: "I suffered heartburn
and stomach trouble for some time.
My sister In law has had the same
trouble and was not able to eat for
six weeks. She lived entirely on warm
water. After taking two bottles of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure nhe was entirely
cured. She now eats heartily and Is
in good health. I am glad to nay Ko
dol gave me instant relief." Sold by
When bilious try a dose of Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
realize for once how quickly a first
class, up to-date medicine will correct
the- disorder. For sale by all leading
news all the time -TUB
Tri-City Transfer and
Hauling and moving of all
kinds, large or small at reason
able rat. Dally wagons to
Moline and Davenport. We also
handle the best grade of hard
and soft coal. A portion of
your patronage Is respectfully
solicited . Satisfaction guaran
teed. New 'phone 54G4, old 645.
Office, 215 Twentieth Street,
Rock Island. IIL