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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 122. 1899.
WANT O TWO GIRLS FOR SEWING
at liri Third a"eaue.
TASTF.n COMPETENT SIXON'O
Mrs. CaMe. 1 4 Second avenue.
ANTKC BOARDF.RS. CHOICEEOOMS
and board at XlM ourtn a venue.
fANTKI A :IRL FOR GENERAL
fcnu-ework at 7.V Seventeenth street.
WAN rEO THREE OR KJI"R '" NFI'KN
lih d rnms f..r iVht houekeetiD. Ad
dress "A 31 ' care AK'.L's.
"W'AXTKD -SITCATIOS AS NCKSEGIBI.
mly. I.y trooil if rl of 1 yens. Inquire
at 51 1 Tuebly-secocd street.
"W A NT EI) - THREE r NFIK v ISII ED
r-.jtii-. c.-niral location dented. Ad
dress -f. fc." Am.l' utiu-a.
TITANTKI AN ELDERLY WOMAN TO
T i;'ej lidu"; fr an Id t-entlemao. Call
at !- af.e street fJavecport.
"WANTK-fiOO GIRL FOR GENERAL
h i-."wortc. IniUire of Mrs. C. J. W.
Stirelner. ll!l Fourth avenue.
-lITANTf I STENOGItA PHINO A XD
Tf tipewriting Work suliciled at ibe Har
p r Loine. Worn promptly done.
"WANTED PUPILS WISHINti TO TAKE
VV private lessons In dancing can do mo by
enquiring at -S!iO Filth avenue. Jones.
T ANTED-TO HCY AT li'l SECOND
VV at enue a pair of safe, found nd Hand
suxe carnf hordes, trained to drive single.
VTANTED GOOD. R ELI ABLE OILS A LES
M man. on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker Oii and Implement company, Cleveland,
ltTANTI'D PARTNER IN INSURANCE
v w business. Good live man First-class
opening to bustler. Address -C. B.," care
WANTED-A WOMAN TO I0 COOKING
aii'l s.)in laundry wotH at the RoiK 1
1 r.il -1jii h use. corner Sixteenth street and
'I bird avenue.
"l'ANIi:i)-(;ll!l. FOR GENERAL ROT'S V.
vv w.ri: ;n fiitniiy r four. Waires :t -V.
Competent ifirls only need apply at .? Twen
t v-liiird s'.reeL.
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Koek Island. Permanent
positions. ?y Mitchell & Ly title building, be
t een 5 and 6 p. m.
W. VTF.1) TWO rXFrRMSHFll W m i.MS
f'rii':i liniterpiiiu' lv man .md wife:
l.i'at"d !' low Twelfth street, if i''ssiile. Ad
lTr.1 I. A K'.C.
7 ANTED-ANV PERSON WHO ISTROf
vv tiled with e.eiu:L. salt rheum, or anv
skin disease to call at Utr.' Third avenue and
ae 1'rnf. G. G. S perry.
WASTEi-UHJAL SOLICITIN(J AGENT
f V for aeeident insurance: one who can de
vote suHlcient time to the business to make It
proiilauie. Address "K M." Arocs.
'AX1i:IJ-Hr.V FOR GENERAL FAG
vv nry work a ly t.etween II and !'
vears '11 one that understands eare of horse.
Can at ll'i I'er y street. Uavenp it. Iowa.
ta:;tei-a coppu: of gentlemen
vv tioarders iu private family. Arsenal
employes tKeu. Io'aiion eonvenient to
lue,r stjuare and Twentieth street. Ad
ciress "S-G. ' AK'.fs
irAXTI.I) TWO SOLICIT. US. M(M
v v le A I nien. of v 1 a'paraiip. experi-
en e ;i:id a'.ili'.r. '.ill m .J. '. Howe. :i--it-aui
f riiil :u'fn. I'nnati I.-tntl and Steamship
vomp.iny. .'.fi V ai a l reef . I .ivenport.
llfA NTEI - Hi )N EST MAN OR WOMAN
V v to travel for larire house. Salary
monthly and expenses wi'h inerease. Position
permanent. Enclose self-addressed stirnped
envempe. Secretary, 3i1 Cailoii buUuing,
rANTKII HUSTLING A;l".NTS TO
V v sell our Incandescent c:iso!me lamps.
KiK'h burner prmluees l(-eand.e power liKat;
al storts want them: irooii inducements to re
li"le salcsmea The Ohio Illuminating com
ptiiy, Man:l.ii2. Ohio.
LOST AND FOUND.
OST-A HUNCH OF" KEYS: fl REWARD
I J for their return to this ofllce.
OST-FOX TF.KRIERPUP WEHXESDAY
. J morning. Please return to Keidv Hro.
IOST THREE !. HILLS HETVVF1.N
J Eihleiith street uud Sixth s'reet.
I lr.der return to Thk A Kt.rsaud receive liheral
IIIST-A FtT! COLLARETTE ON STRF ET
i ear line in the vieinitv of Tw entv-tb:rl
street Finder return to this oitlce and receive
"I OST A SMALL TRACED GOLD HAND
I i ri nir tied to a striiur. cugraved with the
name Marcus-Stephen lirouah. Return to AH
t.l s o:r.ce and receive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN.
"f oxE'TTo loXn--cTi a TT EL MORT
AL umie loans by W. H hstman. 1713 Sec
ond avenue, without puhlltv or removal. He
also tuakea collections bard ones a specially.
"VV ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
vv mood, watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
tro.Kts. furniture, etc. H.;fcest cash prices
y i d for second band goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
conndentlal. His new number and location,
l-'3 Second avenue. Don I forget 1U J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
CLAIRVOYANT AND FOitTUNETEI.LER.
V Mrs Hiiier The noted life reader. Reads
p.st. present and future and wiii for eifc'ht
tl ats I'tilv he at r'i'th avenue, w here she
wi.ig.ve advli'e rerartltri? business troubles,
cic . to both men and women, ller wonderful
suce?s 's known throughout the country,
t ail al once.
IADY OR MAN WANTED TO TRAVEL
J ami appoint stents. 4 per month a';d
eiprnx's sjcgler x Co.. No. Tt Z, Monon iiui.d
If"yTU WANT TO HUY. SELL. Til KDK
or rent anything, eri'.k.-e heip or c ire a
xituatiou the Mail l the one paper in Moline
that can do it tor you Mail ants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring result?. ae-hi: Ciiit
per w unl is the pri- e to ail ahl e cash in al
vance. v-cent stamps mil oo. Even.og and
Sunday Mail. Moline. 111.
SURE CAXCER CURE.
Careers. Tumors. Fls-vias. I'es and all kinds
of sores and l'iers Cured No knife Used.
Dr. liuloif. psrtallst. At Ffspuukna Ca
--r lustl'nte, 13th M. and &Ut Aruue,
is at the roots. Clipping
the ends cf ihe hair is
of a tree with rotten
roots. You must strike
at the source.
They invigorate the
roots feed them. This
fcives life, beauty grace
to the hair. liveryone
should use them.
r. H. THOMAS,
Comer Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
JR SALE-A YOUNG HORSE FOUR
year old. Call et :00 Fifth strett.
"OR SALE SIX-ROOM HOUSE ON SEV
enteenth street for tJ.'J. Hull & Co.
IIOR SALE EI3HT-ROOM HOUSE ON
Sevetiteen-h street for fcl.SOO if taken at
oEce. Hull i Co.
FOR SALE-GOOD TEN If O.M BRICK
bo'jse. liol Second ave ni, e. on easy It rms.
Apply Mitchell & I.ynde a Da!i
IOR SALE-po-ACRE TARM. WELL IM
prrived. on reasonable terms, in Bowling
township, near 31 nan. by Mull to.
IpiOR SALE-V NEW MODERN 7-ROOM
hTjs". 1 1 Twelfth street. hiasy terms if
t:.i:-D at once, inquire on premises.
I710R 5 ALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
Xj All kinds of fruit: good buildings: near
town. A bargain for some one If taken soon.
Gordon 4 Bowman.
TTIOR SALE -A NICE roxli) LOT WITH
MJ .Vrooin house built o"lv two years, with
cistern and good well handy at Js'ft Ninth
avenue. Cheap for ca.sh. Inquire on premises.
r,1(jK SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-AC RE
a. farm near town. ts of fruit. To be
told cheap to settle an estate. Here Is a bar
fain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon A
I.IOR S T.j5t oL IN ASJYJ QUANITY
- of SO bushels or over at i ."ft per ton. de
livered C It. 1). to any part of the city.
Ieave orders at Com uercial hous barber
shop. li.R'i island, or I'.nos James, Milam
) RENT -TWO NICELY FURNISHED
rooms at K'O-J Secon 1 avenue.
IOR RENT FIVE FoOM MODERN COT
lav'e at .-I per muuth. Call at Hull & o.
tjlOR RENT W. C. MAUCKER HAS A
A. nice furnished rooru for two men over hi
tlOR KENT SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. ALL
M- 111 drrn conveniences. Apply l.V'3 Sev
L'OR RSNT- FURNI -sllf D FRONT ROOM
A1 with t'as. heat and bath. Apily IT' 1
1 i::b avenue.
TOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM WITH
A b.ith. down town: gentleman prefer red
it',.: I hirJ averuc.
IIOR RENT-7-R'MM HOUSE OV THIR-teen-h
street bet w een First and Second
avenues, ils. lleidy Bros.
1OR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
for belroo!u and s::tmi.' room, on second
tloor. Apply U'J." Second avenue.
L"R RENT FURNISHED i:t"V)M WITH
L heiii fornii"! r two ':'riTlen4.'n. Inquire
t tiswaltl s crot'ery. ,!t.i rotirth nvenue.
T7"c iR LENT A FIVE Ki H M COTTGE
A wi'h modem onveni-nee--. No. :s!.(,
Ninth a.enue. Apply next uoor. Mrs. Lebm-
IOli RENT NEW M 1DEHV SKVEV
room house. A verv diraoic loea: iou.
Kent reasorabie. 'all ir addres. S'.l Twecty-
ifOR RENT AT 1 -K-t SECOND AVENUE,
large rooms, well furnished: gas, bath.
steam heat. A Crst-ela-iS h"me tab e Best
location iu the city. Comer Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
F'OK SALE-s.) ACRE FARM WITHIN A
luarterof a mile of the German Lutheran
church and srhool on Hampton bl .:T Good
house w itb six large rot in, and irood cellar.
also barn. IMentyof waerat all UTtes some
acres In timber vet. This farm will onlv be
for sale nil Jan. lft. !! if not sold at lh l ti-ne
Hi' farm will be rented for live years. For
further inform 4iion call on George licit. I!l
Thirty-eighth street. Koek Island. 111.
Guarantee to Care.
Dr. U. Branch,
CANCERS AND TUMORS
Internal or external,
without the knife.
Cures Blood Poison
and other chronic
Office: 14 East Seventh street, room?
1 and 2. St. Paul, Minn.
"Mr. Matthew Younf, of this vil
lage, has entirely recovered. Ho was
a!ictei with caacer of the lower lip.
The cancer was removed the 1st of
September by Dr. Uriah Branch, of
St. Paul, who i9 a cancer specialist.
Dr. lirinch did not use a knife, but
put on a salve which drew- out the
cancer. The principal cure was
effected by some internal remedy,
which Dr. Branch says kills the caa
cer irtrm, and which "has proven true
in Mr. Younsr'a case, for he was cured
in 10 days. So scar remains and the
cure is permanent."
Dr. Uriah Branch's office is No. 14
East Seventh street, St. I'aul.
SOLDIERS OF ENGLAND.
What the Boers Think of Tom
F7EY ETJEGHEE3 AIM FOB OFFICERS
itraiom Ibr Soera Have For Hoping;
la Spite of Fearful Uildi. Tliat TUey
May Ur Able to Demoralise Knjj-
laiid'i Armln Curra' Contempt For
The foHovviiiK iutt-rcsting account of
how the British soldier is regarded by
the Bih-is is written for tiie New York
World bv Allen Saugrtf. au American
who has livt'd anioug the Boers:
The lioers have studied the British
soldier as elosely, as sdirewdly as they
have "studied the habits and powers of
Africa's wild beasts. For this study
they have had every importunity; Brit
ish soldiers have been quartered ou
ihtir farms and uloug their liorders,
and they have met them iu actual com
Here are the conclusions the Boers
have rvaehed conclusions which the
writer has heard Boer otlieers express
again and again: In their opinion an
Kuglish olficer is as brave as it is pos
sible for liiau to be, but the average
British private is a laggard. Saiil Geu-
l-ral Joubert to the writer at Pretoria
"Our burghers have been instructed.
if it comes to u war with lZaglaud. to
pick oil' every ollicer; to shoot straight
at his stomach. When we cripple the
generals, colonels, captains and lieuten
ants, we have the men beaten. The
British otlicer is a lion; the British pri
vate a jackal."
Iu talks with General Joubert, Com
mander Cronje, Commissioner Smit
Postmaster Jelieral Van Alpcit and oth'
i-r I Siier veterans on this feature, wliii-h
to them iu this struggle seems para
mount. I gathered that the Boers make
an exception of the rank and tile of the
Scutch, Irish and colonial regiments.
Iu iluiii. say the Boers, tin- u Ulcers
have coiiiitleiu-e. As for the troops rt
cmited in Kiigland proper Devonshire
laucashirc, Yorkshire, Manchester and
the other provinces, cities and rural
districts they are not counted upon.
They require to be led every step of
the wav. and only the most reckless
bravery on the part of the officers can
keep the in from breaking tinder a with
ering lire. This is why so many olH-
cers are killed. It is undoubtedly true
that a regiment from the island of
Kngland could not charge up a San
Juan hill without otlieers. to lead, as did
our own troops in the Spanish war.
Your typical Tommy Atkins is a good
bit of a era ten. He is very ignorant.
He is not patriotic. Ho loves to strut
a!:oi:t i!i a scarlet coat and twirl a stick
ind oglo irurc maids. He can light
blacks very well. At mowing them
down with a !:lim lie is expert.
The writer has heard a British ollieer
in South Africa say that the best light
ers in his army are higlikmdcrs. Irish,
colonials. Sudanese and the Haussa
bovs from the African west coast. He
lias little respect for the others. When
it comes to a charge where desperate
and steadfast courage is needed, high
Iauders or Irishmen are called to the
front. This is an unwritten but also
unbroken rule iu Kuglish military sci
The Irish soldier is a lighter pure and
simile, lie will put his foot through
the whole Ten t 'oiiiiiiaudmeuts from
reveille to "lights out." He will cuise
the (picon until blue iu the face and
the next moiiii ut rush to battle yelling.
"Hurrah for the WiddyT He will
curse the tlag from daylight to dark,
but let an outsider insult the emblem
and he defends it to the death. He
looks and acts like a rebel, but when
it comes to a light he forgets "Ireland's
wrongs" in joy over the pressing busi
ness in hand.
The Boers say it is impossible to
leaven a regiment of Knglish cockneys
and farmhands with Irish or Scotch.
Spriukle them about and they lccome
infected. They must be kept together.
The Scotch or Irish iu the same regi
ment must be from the same county
or district. This is the secret of their
bravery. If a highlander or fuslleer
shows the white feather, it is a dis
grace not only to his friends, but to his
relatives. A coward among those men
is likely to be shot by his comrades.
CcLcral White has been making good
use of this well known quality in the
I'l:e courage of the Scotch is differ
ent from that of the Irish. They, too,
are in.-piivd by the tics of clanship
Hon. Alva Merrill
Member from the 24th
(Teoria Co ) District of
ths Illinois House of Eep
resestatiTes, Tells the
People bow He was
Northampton, in.. Aug. 12. 199.
Tbe Dodd Medicine Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Gentlemen: I bnd been suf wring iron Rbeio
malic pminsin ray body and had tried many reme
Oies w-itb little satisfaction airtil I purchased
DoJd's Kidney Pills. The relief was something
I eyond way expectation and I am now cured and
heartily endorse Dodd'a Kidney Pills to any one
with deranged Kidneys or Rheumatic paias-
Podd's Kidner Pill enre all
IHteasrscf tbe Kidneys.
Sold brail dealers in medi
cine, 50 cents a boa or ix boxes
f'.r S2J0. Sent on receipt of
price bv Tbe Podds Medicine
Col, Buffalo, N. Y.
and traditional pride. Bui the High
landers do not eght with the ferocity
of the fusileors. With thciu it is quiet,
steady determination to go through
and tight to the death. They have pa
tience, wide t!ie Irish have not. When
men are required to lie iu the trenches
and bide their time under hot lire, it is
the higklauders who are wanted. The
Irish cannot stand still under lire.
They are at their best only la a
charge. That is why at tlleucoe they
were ordered to lead that reckless
charge. The officers knew that their
Irishmen would go at anything, white,
black or brown, each man to show
what his county could do.
The English officers trust to a pe
culiar feature of Irish clanship for in
flaming the passions of these men.
There is a saying among the Irish regi
ments that when the soldiers have
"seen their dead" nothing can restrain
them. "They have seen their dead."
reports the inferior officer to his com
mander. "Retreat is impossible."
The Boers have a contempt for Eng
lish marksmanship. "A regiment of
dragoons were quartered on my farm
once," said Commissioner Smit. "when
three hartbeests sprang up from the
veld. The whole regiment tired a volley
at them and missed. Then I aud two
Comrades took aim aud each brought
down an animal."
"In the war with the Bcchuana na
tives." said another Boer. "I saw IS
British soldiers lire a volley at a Kutlir
who was running toward his kraal.
Only two bullets struck him."
There is little actual good feeling be
tween British officer's and British sol
diers as a rule. The former does not
respect the latter. He looks upon him
ns a country lout or a cockney who
must be driven at the ioint of the
sword. With Ccriiian. French or any
other otlieers the English soldier .would
be worthless. It Is only the surpassing
bravery of these upper class otfieers.
with their race and family pride,1 that
can get any fight out of Tommy At
kins. Iu no army does the individuality of
its regiments count for so much as in
the English. If Cclieral Buller had
all troops of natural bravery or could
placu those iu his command at all
times so that their individuality would
count for the most, he could make
short work of the Boers. As it is.
those keen eyed and wily sharpshoot
ers have confidence in their ability to
stampede an English regiment with
their good marksmanship.
"The thought of a Boer bullet coming
straight at the middle of his belt sick
ens an English soldier." was the com
ment of a burgher to the writer. "He
knows that we do not lire iu scattered
volleys, but i'ick out some particular
buttou on a man. just the same as we
Mioot at the white spot on a turkey
buzzard as he rises from the earth.
We know that Ireat Britain can
furnish 1." men to our 1. but expe
rience shows us that a few Boer bul
lets carefully placed under the belts
of as many British officers will make
Tommy Atkius stoD find th'"' "
TURNING TO CIVILIZATION.
Kn on a Intllnn Scout l.onkinK for
Work In Atchison. Knn.
Ed Howe relates a story about John
Whitehawk. an Indian, who has re
cently located in Atchison. K in., with
his squaw and papoose mid is looking
for work there. He showed recom
mendations from a good many army
officers, and The i;iobe says: "White-
hawk is a half breed, but he has a
typical Indian profile and figures in
Indian pictures as a representative
type. He attended the Carlisle ll'a.)
Indian school and received a good edu
cation, but ran away from the institu
tion before completing his course to
join the half breed rebellion against the
Canadian mounted police in lssr. un
der Bonis Kiel aud Chief Big I tour. He
belongs to the Assiniboine tribe of
Montana, which is a sort of branch of
"He has been a scout and Interpreter
nearly all his life, serving at Fort Cus
ter. I'ort Keogh, Fort Ass'milKiiue aud
Fort Cook. He has serveil. during all
the Indian uprisings In the last 15
years and was with Troop B of Fort
Custer at the Wounded Knee fight.
serving under Lieutenant Kohinson.
He speaks Sioux, Crow. Creek. Chey
enne. Assiuiboin and the sign lan
guage. He has a stack of recommenda
tions two or three inches high and gov
ernment documents telling of his serv
ices and a gold medal about the size of
a ?"JO goldpicce. awarded him by the
government." Kansas City Journal.
THE LAFAYETTE DOLLAR
Colonite Will ot Bp tlosnn I
January. It mo.
It has liecu decided by the dirf
of the mint to jwistpoue coinin ,e
I'aris exposition Lafayette so .nir
dollars until the beginning of j new
year, when the work will be ipecdily
finished, says the New York Tribune.
Roln-rt J. Thompson, secretary of the
I-afaycttc monument committee, says
that the design for the dollar has been
decided on. On the reverse of the coin
are the faces of Lafavctte and Wash
ington in double profile. Encircling
the profiles are the words. "I'nited
States of America One Hollar." On
the obverse is a reproduction of tho
monument, with the inscription: "In
Honor of Ceneral Ijtfayetie. Erected
by the Youth of the United Staien.
I'aris. France. 1000."
The director of the mint says he ha3
no authority to coin the dollars at this
time and place the date l!iOi ujKin
them, and liesides the amount of work
in hand at the mint Is so great that
coinage cannot now be taken tip. Early
In January. lm. it is o.pctcd. these
coins will lie placed n the market.
when they will be distributed among
those who have subscribed for them.
Many r.f the coins are already sold.
and If the present demand continnea
the ".unit-or authorized by congress will
be subscribed for before they are coin
ed at the mint. . .--
LOWER END NEWS LINERS
Interest lor Kits Recorded About Foster
Foster. Nov. 2'. Miss Bessie Gil
lett viaited over Sundav iu Muscatine
with her aunt. Mrs. Charles De Gr.ttT
Elbert MeGreer had a phone put in
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryder de
parted for their home at Peoria Mon
Work will be commenced on the
new independent telephone line this
William Reynolds has sold his farm
to his tons, Charles and Anderson Rev
Bom. to Rev. and Mis. KUtlec.mip
of Wrayville, on tbe 16th inst., twin
Joe Watson and Charles Fostet went
to Ediri";ton the fore part of the week
to pick corn.
Mrs. K. Brown, of Milan, is visit
ins with her sister, Mrs. Howard
White, of Pine Bluff.
Thomas CuunitT came down from
Attalissa last week and spent a few
davs in our vicinity.
Ben Zollner came home from 'West
Liberty Friday evening and visited
over bundav with friends.
A Dunkard minister will hold ser
vices at Pine Bluff Saturday night,
Sundav morniusi and Sunday night.
William tshirkey departed tor bis
home at W hat Cheer, Iowa. Monday
after a month's soj lurn with rela
Mrs. John Dotv and children, of
Wyoming, arrived here last week to
visit with her sister, Mrs. Harry
1 routy, and father.
The revival meetings are still being
held at the German church, rive
conversions have been made and it is
tl e aim and desire of the christiau
workers that many souls may be won
into, tbe kingdom of God.
Took It to Herself.
Stubb I made an awful blunder last
I'enn What was it?
Stubb Why. Tommy called me
about midnight and asked what the
noise was down stairs. I told him it
was the old cat.
I'enn Was it?
Stubb No; it was my wife looking
for water. It took me until morning
trying to convince her that I was allud
ing to the old cat with black fur and
nine lives. Chicago News.
"There's only one thing that I ob
ject to." said the patient man with a
last year's hat. "Pianos must be played
on. That's what they were made for."
"You disapprove of some of the se
lections";" "No. I don't. All I resent is having
my daughter call that piece with
which she w.ikens the house every
night a 'slumber song.' "Washington
Chicago t.raiil and I'mJtlcn.
Chicago. Nov. 21.
Following wore the limitations on the
Chicane Hnail of Trade toly:
Wheat Oi"-n. Hi-ih. I-ov. Clop'-1.
Dec cinlif-r ... .'IS's S .HTh $ .Wi $ .7'i
May 71 .71'. .7t- .71
December ... .'-"."i.
llav -4i .2t'i .IM1
December ... S.flJ'., S.17i S.0l'i 8.10
January 1.47'2 0 :."" .:. '2 M..".
llav 9.51 , 9.67A U.r.."a 9.65
December ...4. Sr. 4 !l0 4 S7. .)
January .... ".li 5.15 5.U u.l'i
May 5.::0 5.3JVj 5.-7Vi 5.3u
January .... 4.:5 n.no 4.95 4.95
May S.07'2 5.15 5.07Vi 5.10
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
25c per lb; extra dairy, 21 M 22c: park
ing stock. 15i ltic. EfTK-s Fresh stock,
le per dus. Live poultry Turkeys,
7(fiSc per lb: chickens. S'.ifjCc: springs,
6 fa-6 '.: ducks. MiCaac; geeso. $4.(iOfi.UO
per doz. Potatoes Hurbanks. 40j42c
per bu: Hebrons. 3Sift41c. Sweet pota
toes Illinois. 2.2:'! 2. .: per brl. Apples
pr brl. Cranberries Caie
Cod. $4.W)f6.00 per br!
Chicago Uv stuck.
Chicago. Nov. 21.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the clay,
29.000. Pales ranged at :;.60fi3.95 for
pigs. $3.S(Ji4.G2H for lieht. $3.SO'Tt3.!i7,4
for rouah packing, $3. 85ft 4.10 for mixed
and $3.904i 4. It) heavy packing and ship
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 5.000. Quotations ranged at $t.35
Si 6.90 for choice to extra steers. $3.70
ffi6.25 for good to choice do.. $5.005 3.60
for fair to good d.. 4.30i4.90 common
to medium do.. $4.0"f4.30 butchers'
steers. $1.50fj6.30 fed western uteers.
S3.2Stj4.0 feeding steers. $2.25&4.50
s. $3.25T5.00 heifers. $2.K0fi 4.50 bulls
.! oxen. $3.751 4.75 flags. $3.40ti4.50
exas stocrp. 23.75ffu.0Q (trass western
steers, $:.40'u4.40 western cows and
heifers, and $5.00417.50 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
lay. 14.000. Quotation ranged at $3.30
61 4.30 westerns. $2.90i4.40 natives and
$4.00 5.40 Iambs.
Milwaukee. Nov. 21.
Wheat I'r.setlbd; No. 1 northern,
67c; No. 2 northern, 6.b66c. Itye
Firm: Xi. 1. 55'i? 56.-. Barley Steady:
No. 2. 44445-: sample, 36fft3ac. Oats
Fprini.' luriifi- - .5i83 .SO.
Slieep - f(i4.
Har Timoihv 1G! 1. wild, fr 503.
Si rw 4 5o4t.Y
Potatoes - c.
Butier-Choice to fair, Sue: frekli cr.amery.
Hen-.ic per poundi .
S 1 rinsr cbicker.H -
I ui'k'. c per poundi.
Coal, soft lie.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fd iteer
55V cows and beifem 3yi3,l'. cuives,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tbe Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
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RUSSIAN CHEMICAL COMPANY. CHICAGO.
For sale In Rock Island by W. H. Marshall, Druggist, Harper Houm Pharmacy.
For Sale at Harper House Fharniacv.
Tiie Elixir of
HAVE YOU GOT IT?
If not, consult the cele
brated Specialist of the
Chicago Medical Insti
tute, permanently located
in Davenport, Iowa,
WHO HAS CURED
Hundreds of Cases of
Chronic Diseases Pro
nounced Incurable br
others. C.NSl l.TATI()X FltKK.
Our Eleotrie Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
aud X-Kay worn.
NERVOUS DEBILITY", Exhaustive drains, Sleeplessness, Threatened Insan
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CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney. Livei
ana Kin uiseas';s can do quicKiy ana permanently cured bv our advanced system of medl
VARICOCELE is the most active
months with others when we fruaraiitee you a permanent cure In seven dayiby our palnleM
aiibols. Hydrocele cured in Uiree daytr no pain. .
WOMEN sulTering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. We
nave cured many cases Klven upas Hopeless, and we mav be able to cute you. Surgleal
operations performed at your liuiue If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specl .liy.
Remember it Pays to Consult the Best First.
The prale we have received for our remarkable skill In curlnir cases iriven im h'niv
by all b'is conipc. led us t. use this means in
profession, the benefit of our knowledge of
suricery. Kemember. your fumliv pnysician is
wi liriK to spread ur knowlcdtie and show our
irratula ior.s we receive from the medical profession fc.T the advanced medical and suriclea
literature we have written.
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Hours, 9 to t a, iu., S to B and 7 to
OFFICE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CULLOUGH BUILDING, DAVENPORT, U
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
I'raders Ins. Co., Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. State of 111., - Rockford, 111.
Oftlce. Room .1. lluford block. Kates
us low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Kates as low as any
can aaoid. Your
fatronaKe Is notic
ed. GEO. yAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known lire and Accident Insur
Rochester Gens an Ina Oo. . .
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.Manchester, N II
,.. New York
ndeiity and Caaualky
Office corner F.lKhteenth street
Second avenue, fcecood ilour.
5 Per Cent Money
Properties released from banks and
bulidlriK aMSocltlona and loans granted
for a period of S. 5 or 7 years, or If pref
erable loan can be redeemed by yearly
or taif yearly imtaUfreni of principal
and Interest. In me latter eane. Inter
eat to be computed and charffeil on
balance actually owing; at end of
each year. Money to help you buy a
home, build a home, pay off a mortgage,
pay back lnterem, or tmu, lift Uena,
atop toreciOMurea. or effect neceuary
Improvements. Money to loan on
life Insurance policies. Ictraclcx. Inner
ltance. undivided Intercuts in estates,
real es'ate la probate. leavebolds and
ansuttie. Money to tlnance meritori
ous inventions, or to pl.ee patents on
tbe KatciUn aad American markets. If
requiring money on any Clas of se
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1 1 1
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Life is Health:
DR. J. R WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago, ft-Surtreon-ln-Chief
Autbooy a hospital.
any other condl.lon due to nervous exhaustion
cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
order t jrive the people, as well as the medical
medicine and our inimitable skill In the an of
alwavs welcome to see us oucrate. W ura
skill, and we feel iustiv nroiid of the dally nun.
Best of reference and creden tiala
If you cannot call write.
Hundreds cured by mail.
H p. III. Sunday 1 1 :SO to 1 :3U p. 111.
WE'LL MAKE IT HOT
Tor you if you will irive us a
chance. Try our Jackson Hill,
Ohio or Superior Ejr, Jroni south
ern Illinois, if you want a high
jrratie soil coal.
E. B. McKOWN.
8awed buifding stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. Thia
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a. our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. 11. & (J. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 aol 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
bniliiirrgs can bo seen at Rooru
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, IiL
Asthma and Hay Fever
An inirrnal remedy which nfril at the root rt the
dr:3T. and 'fu:t result. Why have your mxht'
T'-t hrokm, c f-t u during lle nifht ut miKr or
brcratbe thf tumrt4 hurtr,nj preparations, tvJicr; by Uic
uv: of ASTHMA!, 'u un av,td that annoyance?
Free from nrr'rtirs and inuf ioui drni(S,and will agree ,
with anvore. Saiitrfrtiofi (uatrnatced. Ied Uianwad
T rade Mrk bimth rt !'. 1 ake no cuttttuic At
all druggists. 7fc. prr hrTtte. Wr:te our doctors about
your giviug fail partiruUrs.
THE ASTHMAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y. -
Sold at Bahnsen's druff store, corner Fount
avenue and Twentieth sireek. CM for sample