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WAt'TFD AT OIJCEHELP AT THE GOi
rANTF.D-BOARDERS AT HK'fFi
TtTAJiTEll-AIiAltSHIiV. 502 TWIINTY
T t tuird street.
WAXTKI-rfK)K AND SRCOSl :1RL
at l Xineteecin street.
WANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE BOOMS
. and board at Fourth avenue
WANTKD TWO TJ VFCRNI5HED ROOMS
ceetraily located. Address -X.." care
WANTKD A DINIX'i ROOM CIRL AND
a Iaiy cook at Wright's rest aui act.
1023 Second av nue.
WAKTffi-A HE4TFJ) UXFl'RXISHED
room convenient to outness center.
Address !. J!." Ak;cs.
TTT A NTED PUPILS WISHTMO TO TAKE
T private lensons In dancing can do ao bj
enquiring at into Fifth avenue. J ones.
"IT7 ANTED HAIR SWITCHES. ETC..
v v to make to order, and ladies' fchaiupoo
icg fcatUfactorl'y done at txil fourth avenue.
WANTEIM'OMPETEST COOK AND
laundress Waes References re
quired. Mm ii. S. t'ab.e. 914 Second avenue
WA NTED GOOD. RELIABLEUH. S ALES
man. on commission or salary. Address
Suaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED TWOMEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitor for Kock Island. Permanent
positions. fi Mitchell St Lynde building, be
tween 6 and 0 p. m.
WASTED- A FIRST-CLASS GIRL TOR
II ii n rl housework in t-uiall family of
five. No wasbinif Call afternoon or evening:
mT'i Second avenue.
WANTED LOCAL BOLICTnKG AGENT
for accident Insurance: one m bo can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E at." abgob.
WTANTEI SEVERAL BRIGHT SCHOOL
II Ijov. r'ik'hth irrsde or Hitfb Hhooi. who
with to m:iie friodurlnr Xnias va-ution. Ad
dress "1-.' A fturs. ir-vinic street numhc r.
T A NTED COLLECTOR TOR ROCK ISI
II andandMollne Rel:alle party wno ran
frivebor.d: no other need applt. Call or ad
dress Singer Ma nfaeturing oornpauy. 4K!4
Harrison stree. Davenport.
UASTEI-THi:rE OR F TTR FTRNA'ES
II to lire by rxpeilencel man. bo can
yiv ilsfaetiou wltn soft ool a with hard,
in kinif bis erv.f-es a mon -y s.ver. Apply to
(.'. II Kills. I Second avenue.
Wl NTED HON EST MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for larire house. Salary W5
monthly and expenses ith increase, i'ositlon
permanent. KiiClOHc beif-addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, 3u0 Caxton building,
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell our incandescent gasoline lamps.
Each burner produces IOO-candie power liirbt:
ail stores want them: pood inducements to re
liable salesmen The Ohio 111 unhealing com
(any, MansUcId, Ohio.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
trare loans by W. H Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without purilitv or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
Ill ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
vl monds. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cafi prices
p.k.d for seoocd hand rood of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transac lions strictly
ooundeiitiat. Ills new number and location.
Its Second avenue. Don't forget Ik J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1S47.
(in TOR ! - FORTUNES IV STOCKS:
?1U invest -i to lu0 and iret 1.0) for 10
sre. safe as a bsnk Reed i. Co.. l-St South
Fifth street, lhi adelphia. Fa.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL. TRADE
or rent anything. eniraKe help or secure a
situation the Mall is the one paper in Moline
that can do it for you. Mail w ams are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results. One-hlf cent
per word is tbe pri-e to all alike canb In ad
vance, -'-cent stamps will do. Evening and
bunday Mall, Moline. liL
LOST AND FOUND.
I Oorr can have same by provlni; prop
erty. J. W. Cavanaugb. I'eople's Power com
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Are JUST THE THIN a
We make them giving you
twelve different positions la
the doren. Better ones with
eight, six. four, three and two
different positions In the doz
en. All regularity mounted
In the latest finish a
C. E, SMiTH,
Opposite Harper House. Second ATI.
AN ORDER FOR YOUR CHRIST
for tbe holiday baking-will be one of
the thinps that we will Ik" jrlad to tind
ia our stocking or on onr books at any
time it may please you to give it to
us. No pfeater pleasure or conve
nience can be found for the house
wife. in baking her Xms and New
Year's cakes, pies, bread, lurkey. etc.,
than the clean and high grade coal
E. G, rraxtr.
Acts gently on the
r.iCANSES THE YSTEM
1 VJAU oenwitittmv
BUT THE SIMVINE-MHTD By
(tui?RNIA ffG YRVP(.
rca ui er all mue&fr ffxx sot rti tome
:OK SALE S!X-ROOM HOUSE ON SEV
1 enieetitn street for S-'.TmO Hbll & Co.
TTVHS SA'.E COL IN ANYJ QUANITT
E of 50 hu-hels or over at t!.'h per ton, de
livered C . l. to any p:irt of the city.
Leave orders at Comuercfa! hou barber
shop. Roc lslaad. or Knos J ames, Milan
JOR SAI-E OR TRADE A LARGE. HIGH
I v. Improved fruit fa m. located on Sevet
teenth htreet outb IleiLrnts A special bar-
vain a priv toiteldy tiros . room 4, Mitchell c
ITORSALE A "fs FE2TIOXERY STORK
1 in a town rt I AMD people. doinK a (food
business, ltest reason for seilinif. Investli?ate
if vou want a trood bu-ines. Address C.
care of akci t
IOR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
rooms at 1 Second avenue.
"''It KENT GHn NEW BARN WITH
iLreesia'ls. liij First Avenue.
IOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
with m'jdern conveniences, at 5J8 Twelfth
FOIt RKXT-LAR'.K AND WELL FtR-
nihed front room with fire. i:i."2 First
FOR RENT-A FOUR ROOM COTTAGE.
opDo- ite rce traek. Apply to . E. L.
T70R RENT SIX ROOM FLsT2Jl7 THIRD
-A avrnue. Apply to William McEniry, Mitch
ell 6l Lvnue tmiMiur.
Tjsoi: RENT SECOND STl)rY. CONSIST
P ioif o three nice r ts. with water sup
ply. tentt" lrj lire at 11 IU Third avenue.
F3R RENT Fl'RN I SH FD ROOM.
one tr two ifentlemen. with bt
quire at fU 1 weuty-wecund htreei. O 1 fr
Ti'OK RENT WITHIN' TWO BLOC1-' S OF
As eourt house, postotlice and m rket s. re
a ten-room bouse, with ho', and cold vi T.
batb cloret a-tl gas. Inquire at K-'l TL.id
FOR RENT AT 1223 SECOND AVENUE,
lar;e rooms, well furnished: gas, bath,
steam beat. A Mrst-"lass h"me tabie Best
location in the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
TTHDR RENT NEW f ROOM MODERN
X- house; lurnace. e ectrlc 1 Kbt and all con
veoiei:ce: Twent v-nghth street and Sixth
avei ue. Inquire- of .'. Hansen. Lumber com
pany s retail ottlce. or K Twenty second
FOR SALE FARM LANDS.
IVOR SALE I-SJ ACRES OF GOOD P -A IRIE
A? land: isto-y frame h-use. 'rame ba n.
orchsrd. welis. etc : Hes bea-itif ully: price
only t 3 per acre. Fitty acres of farm In
tlmibv hay. Send for plats an1 full descrip
tion, also 1st of farms. Addrtss Sam Casey,
Ml Vera n. 111.
UK)1 SALE-IN JEFFERSON COUNTY
X? IU . IrtO a.-res "UkoikI land: two smal
touses and bams well-, etc.: iO arres f bear
Dae orchard: on publi ; rod. joins church, half
m l- to sihool: a splendid stock or grain fa m:
a b:g ba-Kain Prt.-e SI5 per acre Address
ram Casey. Mi. Vera n. 111.
Is in trouMeacalnbeeausebA didn't look
a little out. We modestly believe tfcat
our hard and soft coal and hard wood
w Ul save you trouble. Try us.
E. B. McKOWX
fT iS- " ik ForDrsnVennesiaBA
Brsnch f i
mc. A, OH A CRUISER,
Branch Formed While the
Brooklyn Was at Sei.
ENGLAND COPTING OUR SYSTEM.
A. H. Wheeler, With Several Assist
ants m u d at Complete (an p Eqsl.
pa(,S(st toSuotU Africa The Phil-
lpuiaes and (luis Have Branches
Nature of Majar Helton's Eoip-
W. It. Millar, secretary of the inter
national committee of the Younsr Men's
Christian association, was notilied re
cently that a branch of the association
had been organized ou board the l"uit-
ed States cruiser Brooklyn. The branch
was formed iu uiidoeean. while the
cruiser was oa its way to re-enforce
the command of Kear Admiral Watson
at Manila, says the New York Com
inert ial Advertiser. The news was sent
to Mr. Millar from tlibraltar.
The members of the naval branch re
ceive tickiTs which will be reeojrnized
at any branch at which the sailor pre
sents it. Branches have been estab
lished at the navy yard in Cavite, in
the rhilii'pincs. and in (iuaui. When
tbe war and navy departments deter
mined to jiarrisou the island of Guam,
the international committee realized
that the men detailed there would have
a dreary time of it unless some stops
were taken to interest them' while off
duty. Mr. Millar commuuieated with
Secretary JAtug and was informed that
the navy lejartuient would be pleased
to have an association established in
the island and wourff furnish transpor
tation for the Y. M. C. A. renreseuia-
tive and stores.
Major Keitou. an experienced Y. M.
C. A. worker, was selecied to no with
the expedition which sailed under
Lieutenant I.cary. The member of the
committer are expecting execlleut re
suits from the branch established at
this point, a- the men detailed to duty
on the island are practically shut off
from the rest of the world and will
consequently appreciate the books.
magazines and games sent by the com
mittee. Mr. Millar is now preparing
for a second shipment of magazines
and books to this station. Only two
mail steamships stop at the island in
each year. Beside the regular line of
equipment Major Kelt on has HH base
balls, lm) baseball bats, masks, gloves
and protectors, footballs, handballs.
fencing foils and apparatus for out of
loor athletics, which the garrison will
be allowed to use.
The work among the American sol
diers and sailors has already attracted
the attention of foreign countries, and
at the outbreak of the South African
war the British authorities brought
the matter lo the attention of the Y.
M. C. A. authorities in London. It was
taken up Immediately and after ex
amining the system adopted by Mr.
Millar in the American army the men
in charge of the Y. M. C. A. work in
England adopted practically the same
plan used ou this side and sent A. II.
Wheeler, with a number of assistants
ami complete camp equipage, to South
Africa. A tent was raised at I'ort
Elizabeth, and another is to be estab
lished at Inirbnn. Owing to the moun
tainous condition of the country in
which the British will be compelled
to carry on their operations, it may be
impossible, however, for the Y. M. C.
A. lield secretary to move his tent from
place to place with the troops at the
The transport Sardinian, which sev
eral weeks ago sailed from Quebec
for South Africa with the Canadian
volunteers, was accompanied by Ir.
II. ;. Barrie. who will remain, with
the soldiers until they return. Ir.
Barrie was formerly provincial secre
tary of the Y. M. C. A. in Ontario, with
offices iu Toronto, and was In close
touch with the work of the interna
tional eouiiiiittoo of N'.'w York city.
TWO KLONDIKE TBAGED1E3.
Eight Persons Lum Tbrir Lives, Two of
the Iesd Itelnc Homts.
Vancouver. Ii. C. Iec. 21. A dis
patch from HatVKon. dated Dec. 14.
r--ounts a terrible tragedy which took
place near Ogilvie. Mrs. J. Itund all.
Mrs. IunilKttom. Henry Kelly and two
MacN'aniara brothers, who had lxen
passengers on me wrevfccu steamer
Stratton. hailing from Minneapolis,
were caught In an i-e jam. Their lx.at
being small was crushed, and all ier-
Another tragedr is retiortod from
White Horse, where three men named
T. Smith. Fred Batty and John Mc
intosh were engaged In salvaging the
cartfo of tht stenni scow Liudermau.
Being unexpectedly struck by heavy
swell their lot tilled and sank. The
men were not wen after t; tnm dis:
appeared, and it la upiosvd they Wrrt
carried under the ice.
A $7 00
Tm Bok or tbe
f the Words
Greatest a r . lata.
to B"n person Io
ta res ad id sue
sorittng to the Eu
gene Field Monu
ment Souvenir fund
You can subscribe
aov amount oeei red.
are a low as 1 1 00
will entitle donor
to his faintly artis
nld ram era"
falota arnica. z It)
as a certificate of
subseripU- n to fund.
Uous cr?!i'(Ds a
Sv w Hi l M4 tar
ta hwl WIS Ml Ssv. feM. a
Tk. IUS SMMd t IMM Tnr mis IS. ttotftj
mf W IM W4 mmt IS. rmm w la. amtll tA
mm il w ia. i.i J ml ia. Ml mi uius
Kagaa Field aToaasnaat Soaveatr Faad
Itim u fctfifc snii
MS Www tt-. O'sa
Closes tte Za;ert Session It Ervr 3 M-
. uld officers.lta-lClected.
L-vIToil, lcC. -I lOuii:! lull
V'c&tioU ! tin- A liill'i.--lll I Vdi-t d I lull u
Iilxir t-ver held ended yesterday aft
eruoott. l"r the lirst tiiui- in many
years no iiroHsitiiu was made or a-
tion taken even remotely connected
with the money question urother jh-iu
ing political issues. Among the cios
jug items of business transacted were
the adoption of resolutions apiealin.:
to congress to submit to the stale
1 gishitures a sixteenth constitution
al amendment to prohibit disfranchise
ment of citizens on account of thei
The old officers were all re-clec-teil.
including (ioraixTS and all the elec
tions were unanimous. The convention
made the formal request that all trade
unions hereafter more clearly define
the work of their respective crafts.
resolution was adapted, commending
I'refident Oompers service and grant
ing him leave of absence from duty
with pay. uutrl he shall have fully re
covered from his recent injury. State
legislatures and congress were asked
to enact a law covering the use of a
universal union label. A resolution
against keeping stores ojh'u on Sunday
IAWT0N DIED A POOR MAN.
Movements St irted to Provide a Fund for
Ills Widow and Children.
Washington. Dec. 21. The report
that Ceueral Iiwton died poor and
that there was a mortgage on his prop
crty iu California, set people here al
work to provide a fund for his widow
and children. A card is printed here
stating that contributions may le sen
to ;cneral Corbiu. adjutant general
Washington: John V. Weston, aetin
commissarv general. Washington: t!eu
cral Ludlow. Havana, and Ceueral
Shafter. San Francisco. Iu the senate
and house bills have been introduced
giving Mrs. Ludlow a pension of !P2.(K"
Minneapolis. Dec. 21. The Times
l:as started subscriptions for a fund to
pay off the mortgage on Ceueral I-av
Terre Haute, I ml.. Dec. 21. The Ex
press has issued an appeal io the peo
ple of the Wabash valley to assist iu
taking care of the family of Ceueral
I.awton. and subscriptions have al
ady Ih'cii received.
- - - ,
Superintendent Harvey Kzonerated.
Madison. Wis.. Dec. 21. At th
meeting of the state board of normal
regents, which livened in their rooms
at the capitol at 2 p. in. yesterday, tin1
Hecial committee appointed to investi
gate the charges against State Superin
tendent L. D. Harvey by certain liook
publishers of favoring the American
Book company, presented its report,
totally exonerating Superintendent
Harvey aud finding that the charges
"are without any foundation whatever
either in law or fact." The board
unanimously indorsed the reiiort.
Morgan's lileiof Eipsniloo,
Washington. Dee. 21. Following ia
the text or a substitute for Bacon's
amendment which was offered iu the
senate yesterday by Morgan: "That
in pursuance of section 4. article 4 of
the constitution, the I'nited States will
guarantee to the jn-ople of I'orto Hied-
and the Pacific Islands and all other
tatos and peoples within its sovereign
jurisdiction and control a republican
form of government and will protect
them against invasion.
John lias Been a "Good Fellow.
New York, Dec. 21. John L. Sul
livan. who is being sued by a liquor
lirm for Sl.tHiO for goods purchased.
testified iu cour.t yesterday that he was
without money or property. He stated
that ins earnings in his professional
career had exceeded JSl.iMHUXHj. He
said: "I have lieeu a good fellow, and
I am broke. If-any one I knew needed
money and asked me for it he got it.
Uullrt Went Through His Braiu.
I-rf'Uvenworth. Kan.. Deo. 21. Cor
poral Frank Sam pie, com pany ('.Twen
tieth Kansas volunteers, died here yes
tcrday from the effects of a bullet
wound in the head received in a bat
tle at San To mas. Philippines. May 4.
Samples case is remarkable, the
iiullet entered near the temple and
went through the brain. Ijtst Saturday
he was aide to .walk; about,-
Laid to Ite llh Heuors.
Atlanta, Ca..: l r.-Th'TeTiiains
of Lieutenant -T?cM. 'Urttwiwx. -'Admir
al Dewey's Hag officer. wei;lild torest
yesterday in the soli of his native state.
The funeral was under the direction
of the military and the service of the
Episcopal church was conducted by
Bishop C. K. Nelson.
Deroutede Seat I'p for Two Years.
Paris, Dec. 21. Paul Dcroulede, presi
dent of the league of Patriots, ami
who is one of the prisoners on trial for
conspiracy against the goverment. was
j esteniay sentenced to two years im
prisonment on the charge of libelling
senators com-Mising the high court
Thresher Makers AiJ lurnsd.
Indinna)olis. mc. 21. The National
As.siM'i.itiou of Thresher Manufactur
ers and Jobbers adjourned yesterday
to tm-et here next year. The following
fcfhcers were elected: President. F. E.
Kenastoii. MinucaM!is: secretary and
treasurer. Creiner, Buffalo. N.
Bodies of the Msioa Iread.
Washington. lee. 21. Secretary
i-oug called at the White House yes
terday and informed the president that
the liodies of the victims of the Maine
disaster probably would reach Wash
ington on Tnesday or Wednesday of
pext week for burial at Arlington.
VTila batcher tscoinuuad la M y.
Waukesha. Wis.. Dc. 21. The Jury
In the Eckert murder case found Ceo.
Eckert guilty of murder in the second
degree, and recommended him to the
mercy of the court. Eckert killed his
wife by shooting her on Aug. 25 last
while in a fit of jealous rage.
Wfb an F.ye to f)rieata Trade.
linger and Foster iioth Introduced bills
iu iuc skiiiip yenirruay n"1 utriBiju
it! ajiOo1niuu-j.t of (ojiimU.lt.na to iu
vcrnigate trade conditions in the
Faace Treaty la the Senate,
Washington. Dee. 21. The president
has sent to the senate the treaty ne
gotiated by the powers at The Hajiiii
lurf Jl'-ly ffr awinc erltleUi'eut of
iisijutca bet u ecu nations. ,
Host iBtercstir.s; Fact I That Tioti Hoaset
IlaT jait for the Holidays.
WahiiiSTon: "Der"." 21 In the final
Session of the Seiiute yestcfvlav befoic-
Ihe holiday ro -ess. after Pcttigre w had
dr-chired he believed it was the purpose
to suppress the information, a resolu
tion was adopted asking that the re-j
itort of the presidential commission
that investigated the Snanisli war tic
sent to the senate if nut incompatible
with public interests. Hoar introduced
a long declaration of the.jHilicy of the
l ulted States, whn-ii. in brief, is dt
clared to lie expansion only on the lines
of the Declaration of Independence, no
unwilling people to be forced to accept
our ule. Allen of Nebraska was given
a place on several committees. An ex
ecutive session was held, and later the
senate adjourned to Jan. 3.' 1000.
No business was transacted at the
brief session of the house. The time
was occupied in a filibuster against a
motion to adoura. more for the fun of
the thing than any other purpose.
Payne, the majority leader, was de
feated on two roll calls. Kichardson
chaffed him on his defeat in a good-
natured way. and finally the house ad
journed until 12 o clock Jan. 3. l'.MiO.
Little Hope for Barge t- o. 113.
Marquette. Mich.. Dec. 21. The Tu?
Vigilant, just started on a second
search for the missing barge No. 117
laid iu here for shelter last night on
her way to Bay le Crace ou the Ke-
weena peninsula, where she is to join
the tugs Suierior and Zenith City and
go over the course taken by the Hoyt
and barge iu the big storm. None of
the officers on the boats have any hope
or finding No. ll.i.
Higher Giades for Army Men.
Washington. Dec. 21. Among the
prniy nominations onfirmed yesterday
by the senate were the following. To
be brigadier generals (all late major
generals of volunteers) Fitzhugh Lee,
Joseph heeler. To be brigadier gen
erals flate brigadier 'generals of vol-
imteersi Charles King. Fred D. Craut
and Colonel Frederick Funstou.
State Free Employment Offices.
Springtield. ills.. Dec 21. The report
of the free state employment' offices at I
Chicago from Aug. 1 to Dec. Hi, shows
that 24.!tN. applications for emplov-
ment were rccci-ved and iHisitious ' se
cured for H.NT.1. Of the 1!.1!S appli
cations for help from employers 4.:!47
tVlinl t'AmilT :tini,nl.titfMf.
New York. Dec. ?1. Msirv Rnrrett
f years old. who was terribly burned in
l tiesnay s tenement lire. llea yester
day. This completes the extinction of
mo rnmiiy. net latner. inorner ana sis
ter having been burned to death iu
ISoy Accidentally Shot.
Paris. Ills.. Dec. 21. Clint-n Trine.
son of Mr. and Mrs Peter Trine, was
accidentally shot by Frank Miller with
a revolver. The bullet lodged in the
chest. The doctors think the lwy may
Saw Mill and Salt Itlork Burned.
Bay City. Mich.. Dec. 21. The saw
niiil and salt hlock of McKwen Bros. &
Co.. together with ;..'(Ml barrels of salt.
were burned yesterday. The loss is
$7S.ihio, with .24,Oinj insurance.
Chicago Orala and Prodaes.
Chicago. Dec. 20.
Following were the quotations on the I
Chirago Hoard of Trade today:
December ... .
Kutter Kxtra creamery,
extra dairy, 22c; pack
25c per rt:
ing: stock. 16?? 16Vi.s. Eggs Fresh stock.
20c per doz. Dresed poultry Turkeys,
choice. 910c per Tb; fair to good. 8
4f9c; chickens, hr-ns, 7c: springs, 7c;
ducks, Fjr8c; Keese, 78Sc. Potatoes
Fair .c tfroice. 40w4jc. hweet potatoes
Iliinol". 4i.3Cin.75 per brl. Apples
Jl.",0(&3.00 per brl. Cranberries Cape
Cod. $4.096.00 per brl.
C'lilcaBO Live Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
:.00O. Sale? ranped at J3.feO4i4.O0 for
.id. J3.!5(?t4.10 for lipht. X904.00 for
rouErh pu Kir.p. SJ.9iiiU4.ivi for mixed and
$4. C0ti4.1i for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Kstlrr.iitcd receipts for the
day. 14.500. Quotation ranged at $7.25
8 25 for Christmas beeves. $6.204j7.00
for choice to extra eter. J5.60f7 6.2O for
rood to choice do.. J4.W)ii 5.55 for fair
to good do.. 14. 20ft 4.80 common to medi
um do.. S4.0UAi4.4O butchers' steers, J4.40
4i6.40 fed wester Fte?rs. J.15'g4.70 feed-
steers. $2.00f4 25 cows. $3,0045.00
heift-re. J2.80ft4.40 bulif and oxen. J3.7S
4.60 stags. J.5.40f?4.40 Texas steers, q
J.".(i'ft7.50 veal calves.
?neep Estimated receipts for the
lay. lo.CUO. Quotations ranged at 1.3(1
i4.50 w!tern, J2.70ft4.60 niitives and
J4.il'ft 5 60 lambs.
alii wank tlraln.
Mi;aukee. Dec. 20.
Wheat Dull: No. 1 northern. 66c;
No. 2 northern. 64ft 66p. Rye Quiet:
No. 1. 53c. Barley Firrr.; No. 2. 44c;
sample. S6ft4::v,c. Oats Lottf r; No. i
ll-y Tuuotov lioail; alld, 7.5&8.
Potatoes 9 e.
Butter Choice to fair. 80c: freib creamery.
Hens Sc per pound.
Spring: chickens - 6c.
Turkeys do per nonnd.
Ducks -6c per pound.
Coal, soft II c-
Caiue Uutcoecs cav for corn fed steers
cows and keif era, 3224 4: eaivea.
C ASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kin J Yc3 H3TI Alwaj! Bccgfct
Cut-glass, or any -kind
of glass ware,
window panels and
mirrors will sparkle
if you use Gold
Dust. It does the
work your muscle
lias to do when
you use soap.
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THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
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HAVE YOU GOT IT?
If not, consult the cele
brated Specialist of tbe
Chicago Medical Insti
tute, permanently located
in Davenport, Iowa,
WHO HAS CURED
Hundreds of Cased of
Chronic Diseases Pro
nounced Incurable by
Prompt and Permansnt
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
aud X-Ray work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive
ity. weaK luemory, oieaiai ueauions, or
CATARRH, Dyspepsia. Asthma, Rheumatism. Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Livei
auu omu uiiciHcs qq uc quicaiy auu permaneauy curea uy our aavancea systemr mea
VARICOCELE is the most active
uiuoum viu owners wacn we suaraniee you a permanent cure in seven aaySDy our palxilcat
methods. Hydrocele cured in three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering- from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. We
cave cured many cases ijivftn upas Hopeless, and we may be able tocuieyou. Surplcal
operations performed at your home if desired. Abdominal and bruin surgery a specially.
Remember it Pays to Consult the Best First.
The DraUes we have received for our remarkable skill In ourlnr muu rivnn nn tiinia
by all has oompe-led us t use this means in
profession, the benellt of o-ir knowledxe of
surgery. Kemember. your family pny-iiuiun is always welcome to see us operate. We ara
willing to spread rnir knowledge and show our skill, and we feel justiy proud of the dully con
gratula Iods we receive from the medical profession for the advanced medical sad surirlea
literature we have written.
iir 1est 01 reference and credentials
Only Curable Cases Taken. yon cannot can write.
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Honrs, 9 to 12 a. m., S to 0 and 7 to
OFFICE 124 WEST TMD STREET, ITCULLOUGH BUILDING, DAVENPORT, IA
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ina. Co., - Newark, N. J.
rraders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Bockf ord Ins. Co. - Rockf ord, 111
Security Ina, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111., - Bockf ord, 111.
Office, Room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with seeurlty.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
l Time-tried Com
; panics Represented
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low as any
can -afford. Your
GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known tire and Accident Insur
Rochester German Ina Oo
Rochester, n Y
r Tee port, 111
Bull Jo, N V
....Manchester, K H
...m. .. N s w York
Buffalo Oermaa "
German Fir "
Nsw Hampsh:? "
('Jvausse Meohanloa "
rideUiy ao4 Casualty
Offloe corner Elbteenth street
becond avenue, second Ooor.
sure cancer cure.
Cancers. 1 umors. Fistulas. PIIm .nkb,.
of sores and l' leers Curc4. No knife Used.
ur. nuuon, epeiaiist, AS rreenaa'B Can
rr laaU'ata, l&ta k. asU fita Avaaaa.
H C 'v'V M 1 aaaar II MT " Ma, tl
Life is Health:
DR. J. E. WALSH.
Formerly of Chicago,
SurReon-ln-Chief of bi.
drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Insan
any oilier condition aue to nervous exhaustion
cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
order to give the people, as well bn the raedioa
medicine -ftnd our Inimitable skill In the art of
8 p. m. Sunday 1 1 :30 to 1 :30 p. m.
2 Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Rook Island.
"20th Street Depot....
" Bloomlngton ,
' Springfield ,
" Terre Haute
" 8U Louis
" Chattanooga ,
.... 8:00 a m .40pm
.... 8:06 a m 1:45 p m
....11:20 am 4:56 pm
.... 1:17 p m 6:23 p m
....8:15 pm 8:00 pm
..... 8:20pm B:30pm
.... 7:60 pat
....6:10pm 1:30 a bj
.... 6:28 p m
.... 7:00pm 6:30 am
.... 9:06pm 7:10am
,....t:35pm 9:26 a ra
7:30 a m
10:23 p m 9:00 am
.... 1:30 am 11:36 am
....2:00 am 8:10 pm
....2:35 pm 6:66 p m.
7:30 p m 10:30 p B3
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principal cities.
M. A. PATTERSON.
Qen'l Pass. Agent,
Book Island, IU.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, "durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not -wash or color tha
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
ns for estimates 'will- receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense. ' ,
' - .- -
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. & Q.- K. B. '
Trains Noa. 6 and 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
buildings can be seen at Room
No, 19, Mitchell & Lynde's build- ,
. ArVniTJB, BURRALL, Manager.
2ock Island or Colon. HL