Newspaper Page Text
THE HOOK I ST j AND ARGUS; THUKSDA Y, JANUARY 17. 1N9
"WH EN YOU
NO IE PRICES.
Amoricm Bible Sex-let if-s Bibles nt
Oxforrt Biil-8 at coat.
Rijrs'.i r Bible at coRf.
Window Shades at cost.
WV.I Papers very cheap.
Albums of City of Rock Island 50c.
22x28 Engravings 47c.
at coft. A job lot of
at your own prices.
KINGSBURY & SON.
17('5 Second Avenue.
It ! h, c. h Iff
Vi - . iff- f&'i
We ar the Western agents for the stove manufactures
of Taplix, Uiok & Co., and carry the largest stock of
stoves west of Chicago. In baying of us you virtually
buy of the manufacturers and at lower prices than any
retail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see
us before you buy anything in the shape of a stove.
WILL4RD BAKER k CO.,
Opposite Harper House, Rock Island.
NO. 1708 SECOND AVENUE.
We carry the largest and
in this vicinity, and at all times and make lowest prices.
For assortment, quality and prices it always pays
to trade at
1ST RED A.
Order and Measure
LLOYD & SMART,
and get a first-class
Muslin 2100 Linen Bosom
Shirt for only
The Best Inkstand
IN THE WORLD.
The air is not admitted into the Ink
Fountain, bence ink is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of ink
the pen cuie dip cup enables the writer
to ret;ulite with aecuracy the quantity of
ink tn be taken on the pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON.
1705 Second Avenue.
best assorted stock of
Louis Eckhar t
THE STATE'S INSANE.
Km Effort to Provide Addlttaoal Asy
lum, Oa of Which Kork Island
Hay Seeat e Representative Fish-
Representative H. V. Fisher has In
preparation and will introduce in the
lower bouse of the legislature, on first
opportunity, a bill making additional
provision Tor the insane of the state. He
has been see i by a press representative in
regard to his new measure, and says:
"Yes. the subject in which I feel the
deepest inteteet this season is that of ad
ditional provision for the insane of the
state. I Introduced at the last session, a
bill providing for the creation of two new
institutions for the insane, one in the
northwest and the other in the southeast
The demand for increased facilities for
cariug for ttese unfortunates was even
then so apparent that the bill would prob
ably have become a law had it not been
that two exi iting hospitals, those at Elgin
and at Anns., were pressing for enlarge'
ment, and the division of opinion and of
interest whioh ensued resulted in the de
feat of both propositions. This winter, I
understand that these institutions aie not
asking for any enlargement, and if the
attention of the legislature is directed to
tLe demand of which I speak, there is
reason to believe that I may be more sue
ceesful. At all events, I shall try the ex
periment. I shall introduce the same
measure, and press it as vigorously as I
can. The present accommodations are
so inadequate that the stale institutions
are obliged to refuse many meritorious
cases, and they constantly have to turn
out c8os on hand to make room for new
ores. The Cook County Hospital for
the Insane, with a capacity for six bun
dred patients, h9, 1 understand, nine
hundred. The county almshouses are
filling up again with the insane, for whom
they arc id prepared to care for in
proper man aer. The number adjudged
to be insane in the county courts of Illi
nois is nearly or quite 1 oUU a year.
Something must be done, and I believe
that the plan which I propose is the best
that can be suggested. It is approved
by the State Board of Charities, whicb
has given a great deal - of study to the
auoHtion. The annual convention of
county supervisors at Decatur, the oth
er day, urgt d upon the legislature the
importance of action upon this subject
without further delay. A cumber of
county boards have passed resolutions
unanimously, without distinction to par
ty, requesting their senators and repre
sentatives to postpone action no longer.
The goverror said in his message that
something must be done. It seems to me
that the tine has arrived for the passage
of my bill. It takes two or three years
to select a site and erect buildings. This
is the most important measure that I
Should ttis much needed provision be
made by tl e passage of Representative
Fisher's bili. R ck Island should certain
ly stand a good show of securing the one
for the northern district. It should be in
a position tor favorable consideration
among the applicants not only because of J
its location, its railroad advantages and
importance as a city, but owing to the
fact of its being so far remote from any
of the present hospitals. - In the event of
action looking to tbe erection of another
asylum, Rock Island will be awake to se
cure it and it will see, too, that it tares
better than it did in the matter of the
Soldiers' home location.
Tbe Pilot A-aoriation.
An impo'tanl meeting of the Brother
hood of Mississippi Pilots is being held
at Landing. Tbe object of the meeting
is for tbe purpose of making an organ
ized effort to have the Mississippi im
proved according to the wishes of the
association; also to urge the placing of
information boxes along the river
from St. Lruis to St. Paul. It is expect
ed that about 15 boxes at various points
along tbe r ver will answer the purpose.
In these botes will be deposited all in
formation gathered by the pilots on tbe
various boats for the beutfit of all mem
bers. For instance, last year a snag ap
peared in tbe channel about 85 miles
north of tbe city and before it was re
moved no loss than seven boats struck it
and were more or less injured. Had these
boxes been in use tbe appearance of this
obstruction would have been made known
to other pilau in time to avoid it.
Tlie 1'ormil Transfer.
There ari a few points regarding the
sale of tin: street railways of tbe three
cities which are not generally known.
The final transfer of the stock did not
take place until a week ago last Saturday,
when Mr. Holmes appeared before tbe
board of directors of tbe Davenport City
Railway company, and made a formal de
mand of tbe stock which he had bought.
At Mr. Dec ker's death he was president
of the City Railway company, and thus
it became necessary before the formal
transfer wns made, for the board to elect
a new pres dent. Mr. C. H. Watkins,
being tbe I eavtest stockholder, was elect
ed to fill tie vacaucy. The final transfer
was then made to the Davenport and
Rock Island Railwav company, after
whicb the old board resigned. Then five
shares of t its stock was given to Mr.
Holmes, atid his four associates, each one
share. Ttese five gentlemen then re-organized
the Davenport City Railway
company vith C. B. Holmes as president,
the intention being to keep alive the
various street rail ay organizations, al
though the Davenport and Rock Island
Railway company will own the bulk of
the stock. Davenport Tribune.
la Bad Mtralxhts.
The alleged great American Opera
company, 'vhicb is playing at the Burtis
opera house in Davenport this week, ia
apparently in bad straights, as the follow
ing dispatch from St. Louis to tbe New
York Sun exhibits:
St. Locm, Mo., Jan. 18. Adelaide
Randall, prima donna of the American
Opera company, caused an attachment to
be issued f gainst Manager Hinrichs last
night and the box office receipts of the
Olympic were seized by a constable. Tbe
debt, amounting to 9218, was paid- .No
sooner wai this paid than another con
stable appeared on the scene, this time
with an at achment against Mme. Natali.
who was formerly Miss Cora Baker, of
St. Louis, nd it seems she was indebted
to ber laidlady here, and the receipts
were again seized, and released when 9129
was paid. '
' Subtcrttt for ths DaUArgus.
Marriage of Mr. T. B
Miss lionle Dtakntaaa.
There was a brilliant wedding at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. A. Denk-
mana, corner of Fourth avenue and Sec
ond street at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
when Miss Lonle Denkmann, daughter of
the host and hostess, became the wife of
Mr. Thomas B. Davis, Rev. W. 8. Mar
qum performing the ceremony in the
presence of, a large number of invited
guests. The attendants were Miss Lizzie
Denkmann and Miss Tillie Denkmann,
sister of the bride, and Mr. S. S. Davis,
brother of the groom, and Mr. John Wey
hauser. Misses Susie' Denkmann and
Annie Reimers performed the part of
maids of honor in a manner most charm
ing. After the service an elaborate wed
d ing feast was spread, followed by a re
ception and the happy couple take the C,
B. & Q train for St. Louis this eveaing.
whence they enter upon an extended
trip south which is to include New Or
leans, Florida and other points of inter
est. Upon their return they will take
up their residence in their new home on
The bride is a daughter of one of Rock
Island's most highly esteemed families
and is herself much admired for her
womanly grace and sweet disposition
She has grown from childhood in Rock
Island. The groom has likewise spent
most of his life in Rock Island, and has
become by sheer force of his own merit
and energy one of our most successful
business men, being a member of the
plumbing firm of Davis & Co., and of the
Merchants' Electric Light Co., of Rock
Island and Moline.
Frederick Weyeruauser is understood
to have advised the loggers who have
contracts with the Mississippi Logging
company to stop (kidding if there was not
good hauling by the 10th of January.
This is undoubtedly good advice. Where
at, the Valley LumJxrman. says that skid
ding has gone on so rapidly, and under
such favorable circumstances, that the
skid ways are pretty well filled. The
time for hauling at best is likely to be
short, unless it is begun very soon, and
tbe loggers can better afford to reduce
their crews and send their men out of the
woods than to have their skidways load
ed with logs which cannot be got onto
the landing before tbe end of the winter
It is not reasonable to expect more than
six or eight weeks of hauling, even
though snow should come at once and
the winter be as long as usual. But
there are indications that the breakup
will come early. It behooves the loggers.
therefore, to see to it that they don't get
more loss on their skidways than they can
take care of readily. No one will be
seriously hurt if there is only half a cut
of logs goi in th'S winter.
Apropos of work in the pineries, a tel
egram from Eau Claire in the St. Paul
Pioneer-Fret dated the 12ih savs that
"the snow and cold weather are giving
the logging industry and incidentally
business of all kinds a great impetus in
this section. Hauling of logs in tbe
woods is being rushed, teams are being
hurrivd to the pineries, and there are no
idle men to be found in tbe city, as there
were during the open weather. Tbe un
certainty about the result of the winter's
campaign in tbe woods has given place
to tne assurance in it mere win be no
shortage in tbe log supply for next sea
son, and there is no apprehension of the
financial disasters which to many logging
operators seemed seriously threatened
and the fear of which exercised a de
pressing tHed everywhere. All lines of
business now show a renewed activity
and tbe signs of prosperity are to be
found on everv hand.
The meetings at the First Baptist
church continue to deepen in interest de
spite the unpleasant weather, and already
a large number have expressed their de
sire to become christians at this time,
while some are rejoicing in the assurance
of the pardon of their sins. Tbe ser.no ns
of Rev. Mr. Wilkins are of such a char
acter as to set persons of a' thoughtful
turn of mind to considering carefully
their duties and responsibilities. Last
evening be preadaed from the text
"Every one of us shall give account of
himself to God." Ram. 14:12. Passing
tbe question of man's accountability
which is assumed in all the affairs of life
and of judgment, which be said would be
instituted by tbe righteous element of
every community, even though no such
thing were revealed in God's word,
be dwelt in a most impressive man
ner upon tbe personal element in ac
countability to God, showing that bow
ever closely we may be associated in this
world, each one lives an individual life,
involving individual experience and re
sponsibility and accountability.
The after meeting showed deep
thoughtfulness and desire to be prepared
to give a good account to God. Meetings
will be held every night except Saturday
beginning at T:30 d. m. On Friday
evening the meeting will be especially in
the interest of railroad and other young
They are all Favorable.
Mr. Fred Haas, president of tbe Rock
Island Citizens' Improvement association,
has returned from Chicago, where be had
lengthy interviews with President Cable
and Vice President Kimball, of the C. ,
R. I. & P., and General Manager Ripley,
of the C, B. & Q . relative to the viaduct
question, and all expressed themselves as
favorable to the project and were desir
ous of doing all that they could consis
tently to promote its success.
The bay trotting horse Billy, lately
owned by Mr. Sharp Silvia; an open side
bar speeding buggy; harness, and PorU
land speeding cutter, all as good as new,
will be sold at W. J. Kerr's livery stable
on Saturday, Jan. 18, at 8 p. m. to the
highest bidder. The horse is 10 years old.
A No. 1 road horse, safe, sound and
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures catarrh by
expelling impurity from the blood, which
is the cause of the complaint. Give it a
The Battle of the ttlaat.
The express war continues to rage be
tweep the American and the Adams com
panies. The American has just issued a
new rate circular and in a postscript says
some very savage things about the Adams
people. Route Agent Flynn, of Daven
port, has published a letter appealing to
the merchants, in which be charges that
the Adams bas come west in the interest
of large wholesale and retail bouses in
Philadelphia, and says:
'Everv wholesale and retail man in the
river cities knows that the cutting of ex
press ratea so low as to allow the eastern
dealers to come west of Chicago will par
alyze the trade it has taken such towns as
Dubuque, Davenport, Cedar Rapids and
Des Homes years to build up. rnuaaei
phia and Baltimore merchants have for
years tried to get into this western terri
tory to break up the trade established by
home merchants. To illustrate, they
have given a rate of $3 per hundred from
Baltimore to Sioux City for the sole ben
efit of Baltimore and Philadelphia inter
ests. Two companies, governed by
western interests were enough. The
Adams was not needed here. Any busis
ness man who aids the Adams is paralyz
ing the river towns trade for the benefit
of the Baltimore and Philadelphia mer
There may be development on this side
of the river which will be interesting in
the next fortnight.
R. 8. Silvis, of Carbon Cliff, was in
Bennett, tbe glove man, is now selling
everything at cost.
Wm. Wilmerton, of Preemption, was
in the city today.
Buy yourself a nice pair of gloves at
cost at Beunetl's glove store.
Rooms for rent, furnisbed or not; rent
low to right parties. Address Z
Everything in winter goods at cost at
the glove store of Geo. Bennett.
1 be rink will be open for skating on
Friday evening. Admission 10 cents.
Robinson & Taliaferro have still a fine
line of neckwear going at cost at their
Mrs. Phil Mitchell leaves tonight for
Indianapolis for a three weeks' visit to
Hon. Chas. Dunham arrived from Gen
eseo this morning, to enter the Sylvan
boat club case on bebalf of the boat club
Don't wait any longer, but improve the
opportunity of getting bargains at Rob-
iuson & Taliaferro's assignee sale, as tbe
stock is being rapidly sold.
Locomotive No. 10, of the R. I. & P
is out of the shops at Peoria, where it
has been thoroughly overhauled and put
in as good shape as new.
The mercury fell from 49 above zero to
19 last night thirty degrees instead of
twenty as predicted. Tbe wind blew at
a rate of forty miles an hour last night.
1 he Island Citv club meets tonight at
its new quarters in Star block. Ths most
important business to be transacted is the
election of officers for the ensuing year.
We sell carpets , rugs, clocks and dra
peries of all kinds, also blankets on the
payment plan. No interest added for
lime. The Adams, 323 Brady street.
For sale A handsome lot on the cor
ner ol second avenue and Thirteenth
street, in whole or in part. Will be
sold cheap as the owner wishes to leave
Capt. II. C. Cleaveland, of the uniform
rank. Knights of Pythias, has called an
important meeting of tbe rank at tbe
Rock Island bouse parlors for tomorrow
evening, when all members are urged to
If you want to get lace curtains on tbe
payment plan, you should visit our store
We Sell curtains that agents sell for $4 00
to $5 00 for $1.9 ) and $2.25 per pair.
No extra charges for lime. Tbe Adams,
822 Brady street, Davenport.
With the afternoon express on the R.
i. a tr. road wnicn arrived at 1:40, were
two extra coaches occupied by tbe A mer
ican Opera company, seventy-four peo
pie and baggage, which were switched
over to Davenport without transfer.
One of Stewart & Montgomery's teams
got away just as it was being put in the
stable last night, and an all night search
was fruitless, tbe learn being found with
harness still in good shape back of Dr.
Gregg's place in Greenbush early this
Mayor M. F. Rohrer and a committee
of tbe common council of Council Bluffs,
will arrive in Rock Island tonight for tbe
purpose of inspecting the various systems
of electric illumination, with a view of
introducing tbe same for street lighting in
the western Iowa city.
Rev. M. D. Carroll, of Chicago, the
president of the Young People's Metho
dist Alliance, will address Ihe young peo
ple in the First M. E church tomorrow
evening. He will explain tbe obiect and
workings of the Alliance. Mr. Gue
hopes at this lime to get ths people gens
erally in line for revival work.
Trainmaster Stanton and Auditor Por
ter of the C. , B. & Q , are in the city.
Mr. Stanton is engaged in his yearly task
of taking an inventory of depot supplies
at every station of the division. Stanton
is an indefatigable worker, and the
company have added new responsibilities
to his office that were very never before
attached to it.
Tbe cars on the Moline and Rock Isl
and road were switched into the new
track at its temporary terminus on Second
avenue between Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth streets mis morning, as soon as
the switch is changed near St. Mary's
church, the old track will be torn up and
the west-bound track of the double
brought down to this point and both ex
tended west to Fifteenth stree t.
The celebrated Black Hawk spring
water will be delivered to any part of the
city commencing April 1, at following
rates: For family use, cooking and
drinking, six months, 73 cents per month;
single month, $1 per month; single
bucketful, 5 cent; two buckets, 8 cents;
three buckets, 10 cents; four buckets, IS
cents. Please leave all orders at Arous
office before February 20.
Mr. J. J. Snowies, of Elgin, Out , who
happily combines the avocations of chick'
en fancier, "farmer, Sunday school super
intendent, newspaper man, bank cashier,
and advance representative - for Joseph
Murphy, the famous Irish comedian, was
in the city today, and included the Argus
among bis calls. He announces that Mr
Murphy will produce bis beautiful Irish
comedy-drama "The Kerry Qow" in
Rock Island on Thursday evening, the
24th Inst., when the best performance of
the season is promised.
The special council committee on the
fixing of the price for the Rock Island
waterworks aBd Union square met at the
city clerk's office yesterday. The com
mittee reviewed a number of statistical
statements, but adjourned without taking
action to meet again at a future date.
The committee is believed to oppose the
sale of Union square, but bow it stands
on the waterworks is not yet known, for
the committee has not decided itself
Popular sentiment favors the sale of the
works if tbe proper price can be obtained
and the public guarded against extortion
ate water rates.
"We Imploj Mo Agents."
Some agents have been representing
themselves as being in our employ. We
wish to state that we "do not employ
agents. They are an expensive luxury
at best. They charge from 23 to 60 per
cent more than we do.
822 Brady street, Davenport, Iowa.
P. T. Barnum thinks that he has got
the nineteenth century boom in Jumbo,
but he must not forget the great excite
ment caused by the sale of Dr. Bull's
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
ONE NIOHT ONLT.
Thursday, Jan. 24th
The Dlstiugulxtaed Irish Comedian and Vo
c -diets, MR.
In the late Fred. Marsden's Greatest of all
Irish Dramas, tbe
P ayed by him with nnparalled snecrm lor H
e npecntive -e.s n- in 11 the principal cities and
leading theatre, in Ameriri.
-A Comedv Drama without eonal." rrofentine
not onlv r.-nlii'tie picture of life and love In the
Emerald ele, t at an every day tale In every land
Supported by tbe talented voucg leading
and carefnllv fielec ed Pramatic Company.
T RIOES 15. SO. 75c and 1.00; u eerved seat
to be had at Clemann & Salzmann'a three days in
Turner Grand Opera House,
Matin e and Evening,
SUNDAY, JAN., 20, 1889.
A Day of Enjovmentl
A Night of Laughter
Tbe Great Magical Farce-Con edr,
A Postage Stamp!
Cndcr the management of D. J. Spratrae.
The f nnniet play ever writleu; rei.le with
cinirinir dene e and epectalties. which awaken
apn anse. admira ion and nul-ttirring lanehler
a romnv wiiq a not m mis n ot aitnttinna in
thee aituation-laugh er, which, oa the plot acd
ntuavioi.a thicken, developed into one continuous
Our Famous Black Hussar Band!
Macniflcently or iformed and elegantly equipped,
rendering in no e quieiie maimer a class or
music never Oerore atte pted ny any like
organization, under the leadership of
fcdwaro K N.ckerson.
Concert frt.m 1 :10 to 1 :30, md from 7 to 7:S0 In
in tne evening, fnce as usaa ; ceau ou sale a
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Bouse.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
Interest is 7 per cent net to Lender.
We collect interest without charge.
Sd. Loans offered are complete and Investor
tret bit papers at once.
4th. We examine the records annnally for de
linquent ta'es oo lauds covered by our mortgages.
6th. Oar agent Inspects each farm before we
make a loan on It.
6th. We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
Ttb No pains or expense spared by as to make
oar business as safe for our clients as experience,
good faith and skill can make It
nth. Investors caabe supplied with loans for
aauu aa npwaraa, f
Call or write for circular.
H. M. HENLEY. Attorney,
Rooms 80, 81. 83 Masonic Temple,
Bear inventory is again approaching at
It is hard work but it must be done. All piece
goods must be unrolled, measured and re-rolled.
Dress goods, flannels, table linens and even rib
boas and laces must go through the unwinding
and winding up process. Hosiery, gloves, un
derwear and notions of all kinds must be count
ed. The less goods in stock the quicker the
work is done. Cash can be counted much quick
er than goods can be measured, so Meintire Bros. .
inaugurate a DISCOUNT SALE for this week.
12 1-2 Per Cent
or 1-8 will be deducted from the bottom of every bill amount
ing to and over $1.00 domestics excepted. This discount ap
plies to every department, dress goods, silks, table linens, nap
kins, hosiery, corsets, gloves, underwear every department
but the domestic. From price of all cloaks
25 PVEH OEISTT
will be deducted, plush
all domestics at lowest
Hock Island, Illinois.
No. 1810 Second avenue, is receiving daily his stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
We are possibly overstocked with
and have decided to hold prices down to the Lowest
Summer schedu e. In doing so we do not realize actual
cost to-day. We have the Bright, Clean Scranton
White Ash and the Purest LEHIGH Mined in Amer
ica. Go to our Yars, Fourth and Front streets, Daven
port, Ia., and see the Handsomest Coal in the market.
J. S. WYLIE,
Telephony No. 1. Masonic Temple, No. 1.
New Elm Seet Grccery
DANQTJARD & BROWNER
FLOUR AJNJD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
They solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW FIRM A TRIAL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Moil's Hotel and Restaurant,
West Side Market Square, - ROCK ISLAND, ILLS.
Has the larges Dining Room in the trl-clties seating capacity 230 persons.
25 cents buys a good wholesome meal
25 cents pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. 8. AH must come sober. . C. D. GORDON. Proprietor.
Pure Keitey Bourbon $1.75 per Gallon
KOHN & A-iDLER'S."
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
C?Send for Price List. P. O. Bos: 82.
Kidney ana Liver Pills
Tor th tun of Liver, Ktdaey, Blood aad
sea diseases, lies cclcbraud a lla era fast tafc
lnp ths place of tha more expaoain rwMdlsa foe
kiflnsj and Over complaints, and an far aapattot;
nor atlly takaa, and in fact ara t beat tiling
CTer tntrodaced for all dlsnasea of ths kidneys
and llrar. sick bsadacba. naia ia ths) hack ma
ride, kcarvbara. fnswiar and bnniiasT pains at la
puoi um nomtco, nut
comtDC ap of tna food af I
tknraain. -cosoea tosurasv
I after Him, In&ammaUon
of Ik UdaOT. ararcL etc. and aa a faamllv effl
they hT aoaqaai. aadaboald bakaptia cvaiy
Dirsctsnnat Forstofchaadscha.rsmorthTao at
bedtlaaa ; fur dyspepsia, om ararj day before)
dlaner; for disorder ot Um s Marys, tare two or
Ihree times a week eetll relieved for disorders
of the Urer, and tifllnnsiMsa. Urease foar aa re
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.'
NONE EQUAL THEM
Tha proprietor win forward them to amy addteas
by aaaii, ea receipt of prica.
25 Cts a Bottle.
Muslins, ticks and
Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup
Whooping iCotigh.t Spitting of
Blood and all Diseases
of the Lungs!
On trial ia a'l that la necessary to aonvtaea ,
you that It is tbe best Cough hemedy mads, so -next
time yon bare a cough or cold, call aad fat
Price 10. 25 and 50 cents.
Call for circular containing testimonials.
TV H. Thomas.
N. B . Abos roods snipped to say address oa
receipt of the prise.