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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911.
BOOKS ORDERED FOR
Daily United States Weather IMap
II 3- Department of Agriculture.
VflUiS LMCKEtX. Out.
Library Board Authorize" Furnish
ing of Omitted L.i.t
Monthly Meeting Held.
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FORECAST FOIJ ROCK ISLAND, DAVEXPOHT, MOLIXE AND V1CTXITV.
Cloudy weather -with light snow tonight or Wednesday warmer with the lowest temper
attire tonight about 20 degrees above zero.
WEATHER CONDITIONS. J advanced to southern Idaho. On ac-'
Snow iu th iake region and rain,COunt of the low pressures to the
or snow on the At:antic coast hareL,k...j .
... 1 southwe6twara and the northwest
continued to attend the storm which
Is now central off the coast of New
Jersey. Thf north west f-rn barometric
depression, which is conirRl over Al- i
berta and Saskatchawan. Is causing a 1
rise in temperature and occasional
light snows in the upper Missouri ;
valley. Another barom'ric depres-j
fion. as vr Tinaccompan-pd hy pre-!
cipita'ion. i cortral over Oklahoma. '
The crest of tre northeastern high is I
over Maine and the western high has
DAUGHTERS OF COVENANT TEA.
THE DAl'GHTKRS OF THE COVE
nant of the First Methodist church 1
held heir quarterly tea last evening'
at the home of Mips Millicent Spen-:
cer. 7or Twentieth street. It was
an open meeting atui thf husbands of
the married members attended, tiiei
company inciudine about guests.
Dinner was served at ':,'!0 and was
followed by a program including a
vocal solo. "Sunbeams." by Miss Ho
ney, a reading by Mrs. Hoilenbaugh.
the reading of a chapter from the ;
book being studied by Mrs. Hodgson!
and a paper. "The First of the King- !
dom of Heaven," by Mrs. S. E. Mat
tlson. Miss Ruby Williams, a for-:
roer member of the Daughters was a
COLONIAL CARD CLUB.
THE COLONIAL 5t..i CU B WAS
entertained yesterdav at the home of i
Mrs. Hotchkiss. 70S Twenty-nir.th
street. In the garner the prize was
won by Mrs. Holtdorf. A number of!
readings were given by Mrs. Hollen-)
baugh and the hostess served lunch. ;
Mrs. E. F. Horn w ill en'ertain the
club two weeks from yesterday at the
Hotel Harms. I
YOUNG PEOPLE MEET.
THE YOl'NG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY;
of the German E angelical Church of - E- s- MEETING.
Peace held its monthly business: THE REGULAR BUSINESS MEET
meetjng last evening at which nearly j ing of the Order of the Eastern Star
all of the member were present. It will be held tomorrow evening at
was decided to hold a sleighing par-j Masonic temple at 7: SO. Business of
Madam! For Hungry Nerves
GIVE NOURISHMENT DON'T STUPIFY. AH Physi
cians Know Thai HOLLISTER'S ROCKY MOUNT
AIN TEA Is Good Medicine for "Sick" Nerves.
Pain is the hunger cry of the nerves.
Firar!e nervousness, sleeplessne, nervous
fceaOicLes, melancholy, hysteria, neural
pia, nervous dyspepsia, nervous exhaustion
-all are results of nerve starvation.
Opium, morphine and other narcotic
f!niisonly lull the nerves into tempo
rary insensibility. They do not bring;
true repose, or refreshing quiet. Their
tienumbing effert may relieve, for a little
time but think of the aft rr-results!
Don't benumb the nerves! Give
th-'-m the food which their jangling in
dica'cs they are craving-. Cure your
trouble I Stop the pain! But do it
:-,iut prodorins' oom mHu ffLt ithoat
Es .ng yn-orsc-l: a u la the drue ksbic
Aviaor.i ph ffir.se. Dowsasys. . sppraoiste
k tscs thsr op'strs. "psio kiilers' sd,i tonics
rr-D!&:Ti'.fic rsrcotirs. cio OCX curt, but do mr
na-ra titan food. Tfay sre using more cam
moo sense ui Uss poison.
Rocky Mountain Tea
consiifto of tsmple herbs, root, leaves
1 1 e A ....
ww wie Known m utntiv ajrd
medicinal value ia directly taken upiiuS" km
ward, light snow is indicated for this
vicinity tonight or
Lowest Highest Precfp.
Rock Is'and .. T
Atlantic City ... .".4
: ty this evening. It was also decided
! to serve a luncheon at all meetings
! hereafter to which all members and
friends are invited.
THE ACME SOCIETY OF GRACE
Lutheran church was entertained
last evening at the home of the
Misses KlaMenhoff. 611 Fourth ave
nue, Moline. The evening was spent;
in a social nay and musical num
bers were given by Miss Anna Gran
fiuist. The hostess served refresh
ments during the evening.
SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY.
.MRS. M MeCOY AT HER HOME.
317 Thirteenth street, was surprised
last even'ng by a company of
friends who came prepared to cele
brate her birthday anniversary. A
splendid supper was served and a
musical program was given by Miss
DINNER PARTY FOR GUEST.
MISS FRIEDA SCHWECKE AT1
her home. 313 Twentieth street, last!
evening entertained at a dinner par-'
ty for Miss Mildred Bergin of Kan-:
sjis City. The table center piece waa '
a mound of Richmond rose and gor-1
geous ribbons marked each place.
by the blood, which carries nutrition
to the nerves as well as health to all
other organs. It cures by feeding
and strengthening the nerves, in
creasing circulation of nerve fluid,
heightening the vital forces re
moving the cause of all n e r v -
silm-nts. Don for en instant coo
(ouod HoUistar'a RckT Mountain Taa wua
o-c'ailnl nrrvioa.' lonirt, Me. It seitbee
fawnumba or arn6cisi atimulstes taa menrrM.
omphatleaHr and peiitinljr ecaran' :e
tfest it coataima no alcosol, no opiatas, no
nucol.c. no poisons, sua harmful druci
of any kind.
rWausa HoUi.tar'a Rocky Mountain Taa
rrton blood and narvaa to aoncsi oondif ioa.
:i aaus balp all othor ariuu tor tear a
lsttar ars fad by tne blood as1 controlled hw
too naavos. Thus, it beainal in all s f-aient-t
of atonocb, bewail, liver, kidnaya.
That's Iba rssare If tta nrmsrksM aoecaaa.
Acd dortora kaow Itt If trouUad v.ui a crv
ous anrioa or aar s'Ibmpi of the stomsco. Sre
or kidnaps or It sjSerioc- tmm taa milu of sura
slinser.i crt a parkaca of rtoUMo i Rackjr Maua
la Taa tmm -j tnrrM. torf j a paa
a-UI msks Iss cwps of tieaUb'SlTlsS Tea sad costs
Holliurr's Korlr Mcuatahi Taa Kuadors PcB-
tsio tae coaraacrarad r im r ot tba routs, ha7'.
apdi sad t ra c.- avk tiia T. P s ia
Kansas City .
New York city
Sr. Ix)uis .
Winnipeg . . .
J. M. SHERIER, Ivical Forecaster
special importance will come hefore
i the meeting.
MEMBRRS OF THE SOPHOMORE
clasf of the high school will give a
boosled pnrty this evening. After a
ride about the three cities a lunch will
be served by the Misses Sperry and
CENTRAL LADIES' AID.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
ithe Central Presbvterian church will
j meet with Mrs. H. D. Winbigler,
1 1042 Seventeenth street, tomorrow
i afternoon at 3 o'clock.
BUSY BEE SOCIETY.
THE RI'SV BEE SEWING So
ciety will be entertained Thursday
aftprnoon at the home of Mrs. George
Parker. 1610 Twenty-fourth-and-a-haif
DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA.
THE DA I'GHTERS OF ISABELLA
held a very successful meeting last
evening at Oe K. c. hall. Installation
of officers was held and a program and
an oyster supper followed. Dancing
concluded the evening.
Notice is hereby given, that on
Tuesday, the 2Sth day of February,
A. D. 19 11, in the city of Rock
Island. 111., an election w-ill be held
for the purpose of nominating can
didates for mayor and commissioners
of the city of Rock Island.
Which election will be opened at
6 o'oJock ia the morning and con
tinue open until 5 o'clock in
af'ernoon of that day.
Places for registration and voting
will be as follows: j
First ward, second precinct 413
First ward, second precinct 62? i
: Eighth street.
j Second ward, first precinct 1014
! Third avenue.
I Second ward, second precinct
919 Sixth AVfniiA
1 Third ward, first precinct Coun-
ty jail building. Third avenue and
2 4 "r
2S ' 35
4 6 ."S
Fourteenth street. i pccially among the children, by the
Third ward, second precinct ' ise of a free sample bottle of the fa
1434 Seventh avenue. j mous laxative, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
. Third ward, third precinct 1 1 01 j Pepsin. Xhis ofifcr c the doctor-s to
; Fifteenth street. ..,,.! nd a free sample bottle has been re-
j Fourth ward, first precinct 1914 , , . v . .
j Third avenue. j sponded to by thousands of women
Fourth ward, second precinrt j n all parts of America.
Trinity church vestry, rear 1818 I This rr. Caldwell's Pyrup Tepeln la a
'C1,,K t ruiy wonderful laxatlv ml -spec:ailv
, lxun avenue. tdapte-1 to ihe nrtds cf babies and
Fifth ward, first precinct Hose "hildren because it is pleasant to taa:
house on Twenty-second street. . lrA n efcHJ will rfuse it. Then, it is
' Fiffh ward second Drecinet ' "nUd ard nev'r ffripes. It Is all that
nrrn arn, seconn precinct 4 chUd 8 TfmedT ehouid be. tnousrh it is
Schmid s store, S23 Twentieth street, i Kood laxative for the whole family
Sixth ward, first precinct Hose "cause n is frcis.-e at all z?e. It
h r.i to nn TwPntr-iiTf h street simrly nt dynamic like salts.
house on Twenty-sixtn street inJ powepfl.j ca.hrfr,!c,. whlrh ,hoaii
Sixth ward, second precinct Rear lot ho g-iven to children anyway.
of 2 TOO Seventh avenue.
3110 Fifth avenne.
finth ward avc.nd nrecinct
Peterson's carpenter shop, olO For-
' , .1
Seventh ward, third precinct
Gannon's pa:nt shop. Fourteenth ave
nue between Thirty-eighth and
M. T. RUDGREX. City Clerk.
Rock Island. 111., Feb. 3, 1911.
A bile it is often impossible to pro
vent an accident, it is never irui-ce-
.., . . .. . , .
sible to be prepared it is not beyond
any one's purse. Invest 25 cents in
, , -v,.v..i(. t
a bottle of Ctxamberlain s Lin. men:.
and you are prepared for sprains.
: , . it.,,... cia v
bruises and like Injuries. So.d by
The February meeting of the Rock !
Island library board was held last
night. The librarian. Miss Ellen Gale. '
was authorized to prepare a list of ;
books supplementary to the list for the ,
schools, of 125 volumes to supply the
extra rooms in Hawthorne building. In
providing the schools with these books ;
some of the prades in Hawthorne were j
omitted. Miss dale will order the list j
of books for these grades. The house i
committee was requested to look into
the matt-er of furnishing additional
shelf room for the children's depart- :
ment. The committee will report at
the next meeting. I
The finance committee submitted its
report for the month of January. The
bills were approved and payment, as ,
j follows, was ordered :
i A. C. iTcClurg & Co
People's Power Co
Reck Island Sand & Gravel Co
Roekwell Ice & Fuel Co
Cbannon & Dufva
G. H- Kingsbury
Arthur H. Clark Co
H. F. Lamp
A. W. Crampton
The librarian s report of circulation
for .Tannarv wa? received and placed
on record. It is as follows:
'Magazines and General works... ?,
j ReUgicn ;
Industrial arts 50
Fine arts 1"
Fiction --21 j
Grand totil 7.5n:i
Received from fines $ift.o:i!
The boo: committee presented a li-t
of hooks, which wa aoproved and!
the purchase cf snmc was ordered. ,
GOFF AfR0CKF0RD TiEETi
luteal Hating SerrtH-y Attend l'.-ines'-
There wiil b Uu' one represen'ative
of the Ror'r: Island Business Mt's as
sociation at the annual meeting of
he UVnoi? Retail Merchants' a
. Hociation. the first session of which
iwf.B held this morning at Rockford.
Charles Coif, rutin i secretary of the
local association, left yesterday for
Rockford to attend n meeting of the
secretaries of the organizations of :he
state. He will also a'tend the pes -ions
of the state association which will con
S 57. 2S i c
i5.26 , b
2 no :
5.02 ! I
90 i ,:
tiuue through Thuisday. Others who period .covered is serious in its conncc
had been delegated to go to the meet- lion witn ttlp trend down swings of s
ing found at ihe last minute thai it ,,,17 days. T'nus-ually exhausting bear
wc;:id be iniiiossible for them to at-
Dr. UJden Reports en Survey.
Dr. .1 A. I dden has just finished his
report of the geological survey made
in Texas last fall. He made thirf geo
logical survey for the Kansas City,
Mexico, and O'ient railroad Tl,e
area of the section he covered was
about 230 miles in lenetli and from
ten to sixty miles in width. He has
also had a map made of this section,
which sho-g the different kinds of
deposits along the route of the rail-
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Your druggist will refund mony if
Pazo Ointment falls to cure any case
the of itching, blind, hloeding or protrud
ing piles In 6 to 14 days. 50 cents.
--- . . . - - . ...
' Many a mother has learned of a way
i avoiding sickness in her family, cs-
' N'lne t!m out of ten when a child
"cmplair.s and you don t know cxc'.iy
-hat is the matter with it, it nePds a
axatlre its howles are onstiparerL
1 'rup Pettsin wiil correct the trouble,
.."one up the child and soon It will re
ell again over nigr.t wonderful re
;uits have been secured with Syrup
Tou can buy It of any druggist at
Ifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the lat
er belny the family size, but you are
nvited to make a ttt of it first at the
lector's expense. irend h'm your sui
tress today 0 ad he wiil send you a free
tair.pie bottle direct to your hnrae.
1 Then when eatisSed buy It of your fav-
tt. Caldwell dce not feel that the
Tm?aJ .n? "is ohir-
lEtion. ns m specializes in stomacn.
:ver ar.d bowel diseases for -over forty
'ears and will be pleated to srl" the
eaaer ar.y advice on the aub'ect free
,t ctarre. ai: ire weicoma to write.
. lim- Whether for the medical sdvire
" '" sample addres Mm T)r.
r B Caidweii. Ml CaidweU buiidina".
, CtnticeKo. I1L
For Sale by
ROCK ISLAND. ILL,
APPLK BROS.. 71 3rd Av
BATTLES. H. R. & CO.. 18rt6
Rt-r-K. E. F.. ISth Av . 30th St.
HI'RTON. THOS. K.. 1201 3rd Av.
DEHR, A P.. 4nth Pt.
T.MF.r-RICH. A V . S0 2h St.
GAVXOX. C. M , 3800 1 4th Av.
Gross. F. festal" . ISlu 3rd Av.
HARTZ. A. P., 1137 Srd Av.
HOP.MJT. H.. 161? Ir.rl A v.
HORTOX. C W.. ISth St.. Uth Av.
johnson. n o . r.;i 43rd st.
K1PP. J. J.. 4i'l Sth Av.
KOVKRMAN J F. R0.1 12th P.
LAXGE. HKNRT. 270fi 7th Av.
l.YNf'H. GEO. SO 4th A v.
Mr DON AI-D. O. T . 2304 "rh Av.
MAIW.M.n & Si'S. 7H 9th Av.
moi.i.er. f. v. rth a v.
OI-SKN. C. A., 133 3"Th St.
PARI DON. I-.. Sv:th Hf.n'itf.
I'ETERSON BROS. S01 Sih St.
PFOH. L C. 1400 Sr.l Av.
R- -wlr from E. W VaKtir & Co,
men-hfrs of Chicago Hoard -f Trarto.
Gr.iir.. provisions, ftcks, and cotion.
Lorai offl-e at Koi-k Island house. Horn
Island. HI. Cuiiagn :.. 9S-39-HJ0.
Roan! or Trade. Local telephone. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
May. 951. !ri2. i!'a. 0414
July. r3H. 93-.. :2. iC',.
Septomber. ?lM-i. 2is. 91 "4.
May. n0lh. 50VR. 49 . 49-2 .
July. 51. 51. "jo-X,.
September, Z". nl's. 51
May. 32. 3234.
July. ?,2. X2'-8.
S--pt m'ner. 32' ,
May, is. 27. IS. 27. IS.OO, JS.05.
July. 17.52, 17.57. 17.40, 17.40.
May, 9o. 9. so, ru'.5,
?.':'. 9.C',. !'.5."
f.77, 9.77. :.5.
'...".., 9. 55, 9.42,
Chicr.,o. Feb. 7. The present down
i swing in wr.?at covers f days and
embraces lCl- to J4. The duration
(,f InP dwime ami lack of perky, rally-
jnp Sp,is Pugeest that new low j)oin;s 'changed,
are on 1-ie way. The extent of the.
pressure or pessimistic statistics at tin
end of the eighth day l he market de
veloped some resistance and dullness.
I: is now overlapping the 17-day peri
od. The absence of support in wheat
and the pretence of conditions stated
herewith may affect the coarse grains
a little more.
THE GRAIN MARKET,
Wheat No. 2 r Ti 94 u, sn. 3 r
91fi94. No. 2 hw 943,'fi95i. No.
hw 92-594. No. 1 ns 100flr'3. No. 2 i.s
liVifi 102. No. 3 ns 101, No. 2 s ft2s
rd9'J. No. 3 s 91 fifth, vc SSf?0S, durum
Corn No 2 4"fx 17Vj. No. 2 w 7',
"3 4 7 Vs. No. 2 y 47 V2. No. 3 An ft 45 M:,
No. 3 w 4 5fi45. No. 3 y 4 T, i 4 5 .
No. 4 4'aAi, No. 4 y 43 43 Hi. sgm
41 G.42'-2. sgy 42 42 .
Oats No. 2 31. No. 2 w
32. No. 3 w 3l',if?31. No. 4 w 3'.',
ISIV. standard 31' 32'
Oats V4 lower.
Kansas City Cash. '
Whtat 1 cent lower now and hard to
Corn-No. 3 4:'.'4. No. 3 y 444. No. 1
;434. f? 40i4l'4.
j St. Louis Cash.
j Whea' No. 2 r 10f, No. 3 r 93V
; f.7. No. 4 r S3 fit, So. No. 2 h 93 No.
I 3 h 90594. No. 4 hw ki.
; Corn No. 2 44 6 45, No. 3 43'- 1
: 45, No. 4 41 Vi'Ti 42. No. 2 w 45, No. 3 y
1 435 45, No. 2 w ACfi C,, No 3 w
; 45. .
Oats No. 2 324. No. 3 311$, No. 4
301$. No. S w 3252'i.. No. 4 w !
', nzi. standard 33 j
I Minneapolis Cash.
! Ca?h same and dull. t"oir sales ex- '
; treme'.y dull '
CSi.cag0 Receipts. '
i Today. Contract.
V. heat 21 4 '
i Corn 370 2
I Oats 1C3 52 ;
Northwest Cars. !
Minneapolis ... ,
. . 1
Chicago Estimates Tomcrrow.
Corn 55 4
I lM s
Receipts. Shir meats i
... 247.0W 253.00(1
. . . CS5.O00 3'9.000 j
: er "-5o - -
iCom today .
the Following Grocers:
riCKROX. C. E . 11!7 Sh St.
SCH A A B, J M.. 100 4tVi Av.
S"HMir. G. 1... !23 20tti St.
SHI El. PS. J T.. 2532 fith Av.
FlKiRTRTIWiF.. J. S. 4"0i 14th Av. i
SiTTKJ A STAMMER, 700 17th St. i
TES'-HKK. VM.. 6"i th Av. i
THE MIIJ. STi'RE. 300 4th Av. .
WKCK Et .. I.OI IS. 170fi 3r.i Av
V.. f.28 lth St.
FREEMAN. ALBERT. ::'.l2 "th Av.
IIOOI.AND. A. lS.'.O 15th St.
KARSTENS. V.. 13i7 1-Ih S
I KKI.TI XG HENRY ".. 114 2Sth St.
LAN DEE. F. A. & ro.. 1201 5th A v.
! LARSON. S. F.. 1423 lth St.
1 JUKI'K E S MONARCH GROCERY,
i 4 0 2 nth St
MITCHELL. C. E.. l IMh St.
XAEHWE .V CO. 1143 ltn St.
OSLKX & HOLMQl'lST. .2 3 lth
1 PETERS & SON. 409 Tth St. i
by the Growers
rrool. F'h. 7.- Whoa
v: : h i
su ndy uudor'r.e.
cline was attributed to :he lower
American cables. Fo'eiu rop condi
tions are generally favora'.i". rejiorts
from Russia Improved wih t'ie coun
try offeriiits freely, cargnes offered at
1"2 ti o d. decline, cheaper Argentine
find Au.s'ihlian offr-is. expectations l"
' a liberal increase in the European vis
ible, and English country marUes d
! lower, and a very quiet demand from
ithe continent Following th opening
j.Mflrch declined with some support
i in May. Notwithstanding these bear
I ish factor, there appeared to be some
disposition to support, and this was
1 accelerated by tr fact of a fair rie-
mand from millers and light receipt?
jhere during the past few days. At.
mid-day the market was dull and 'j
Com unchanged: larger and cheaper
American offers and the decline in spot
oTspt by continued unfavorable re
ports from Argentine.
Wheat opened unchanged; closed 'j.
Corn opened unchanged; closed an-
Opening of Market.
Hops IS. 000. ff over 3.2"0. Open
ed steady. Mixed T.-IoF7 T.S0, good 7.10 .
fi 7 rough 7. 10-57 7. "0, light 7.55 I
Cat;!. 4.5"i: steady. ;
S: eep 4,0eil ; si rog. j
Nine O'clock Market. j
Hogs steady at yesterday s average. .
S.l.ooi, cattle 2o.ott j
sheep 21. ''On.
Hogs Light T.f.O'Tf 7.90. rough 7 1057
7.40, m:.-l 7.4.i'a 7o. h-avy T. 4i ??
7.70. pigs 7.fi."gs.it. hulk f,i 7.75 .
Sheep urong to 10c higher.
Reeves t.7.f f. 75. (wm 2 5'fi 4 00.
stockers 3.90ffi.s0, Texanis 4.".0'..4".
calves C.f.'"a 'y
Shefp strong: 2.lct .3. lambs 4.2".
Close of Market.
Hop's cioss 1 flow to 5c lower 'han
j yesterday's average. Mixed 7 .35'7'i.
1 pood 7.::5f7 7.i;". rough 7.157.30. luhf
.55fi 7 S5.
Sht p strong to 10- hiaiier.
Western Live Stock.
Hotrs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City i I 000 11. 000 1000
Omaha 10. 000 ,20ft 1'i.f.on
: St. latins 12.ooo
! Estimated Tomorrow.
j llog. Ca-r..j?iieep
. Chicago . . '. 33. om; z t.i0K 21."
, NEW YORK STOCKS.
! .w Vori., F 7 r-Fo'lowing ar'-
quotations on tb't srock market id
; I'riion Pacific l-iO,
im fg W mm mm At -sVaw ttmm at fM.-.... 1 !J It
sasrw o - v U fKHiX aWfTTW V
faaal as Im satlfca, ' aaaaaat rka
Fred HcHgTom. Distributer. FiftV
aw Bai ytmt au wn i i a r aaaS li -mi af oa ails Am a ana an a i
aiaac aa mmmr.i wni mm imiiid Orw . i -- - - . - .
af u Waa."
t RE1.TAPI.E TEA COM TA NT. 1411
ROSEXE EHSTHAXP, 103 15th
I St .
ROSS T M. 14'T Tfli Av.
S "H W P.l 'E H HRnS. ." I l.'.h St.
SWANSoV. .I.'iHN. 1227 itli A.
VAN H ESI EN. I'A.MIl. 230 Utti
UTIGAXtT HOMX. 704 lth St.
t ALEXIS. ILL.
i WRAY. C V
I MONMOUTH. ILL.
a 1. 1, a man. j. r. . ' s Main
j KEI.IT. A. M. ll. V. Hra.lry.
1 GinSON. C p . 211 S Mil in.
i I N E KR"S . 21 ' F Hrii.t:iv.
1 MEEK. RIM CE A ro, 1 ; E. lt.
1 Kt'SSELK K 1... 704 S lt.
SICKMoN. GEO I. 11 S. "Mi
SOUTH ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
SIEMOX. J. I'. CO.. 59 4 Mti'iugftn
of India Tea,
I 1 lii-flWiJi'IrBI"1"1"-1 1
' 1. S. Suel prt'rrc,! 11!",
I. S S'eel common ....
Rock Island coinnon ...
New York ( 'en' ral ......
l.ouK iMe R Nash, ill- . .
Colorado Fuel Iron ...
Illinois C n' ral
Penrsy 1 vnn ia
Che a,-, pnke & Ohio
Brook!. r Rapid Transit
; Lehigh Valley
i Republic Steel common .
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LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Feb. 7 . - -Follow are t 'i f'io'a
tioriH on th local market tiHlay:
Livo foul try Old hns. 10i; H;irliics
17c pound; d'jeks lKr po'ini; geeo
l"c pound; turkeys ISc pound.
Frosh cgKS, 25c.
Potatoes, per hushel. f5c.
Uutter. dairy 27, creamery 30c
Feed and Fuel.
4"orn. per hushtl. Z''c.
Forage Timothy hay. $15 to $lfi..n;
clover hay, $11, hi raw.
Wood $L50 pr load.
Coal Lump, per bu-.Lt I. 15c; slack.
An attruk f th" grip is ofen fo.
!owei l-y a prsinfnl. cungh, whi
fo many prows gr nt onnoysno.
ClianibrlHln's Cough Renieily l;i
Leon exteiis ely ne( and with gond
surr?s for the relief anl cure ef
this cough. Many cast's have berr
cured after all oth'T remed 's had
failed. Sold by fill tlriignnts.
A time saving d'erwrt, palatable, wbol
some and q lickly prepared.
10 Cents a Package Ail Grocers.
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