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TT3w ACOT70 FHIPA7 DECiaiBini 29. 1809.
WAN'TFD-fOOK ANT) SECOND GIRL,
at 810 Nineteenth, street.
WANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE BOOMS .
and boerd-at taae Fourth avenue I
TA XTKD-fJIRt. KOR f JKNETCAI. HOUSE
v wtrktt u: Twelfth street- Mrs. ooia
WANTED PUPILS WISHTNO TO TAKE
private lessons in deactnr een do ao by
enquiring at 271 Fifth avenue. Jones.
WAVTED SOLICITORS 1"()R SOCK is
land and Mollne. ;ood paving businese
to riht party. Call at 3I Twentieth -treeu
WANTED COMPETENT COOK AND
laundrew Wares ft. References re
quired, t'n IL S. Cable. WU Second avenue.
WANTI3 GOOD. RELIABLEOILSALES
man. on commission orsalary. Address
VroskerOU and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED TWOMEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. M Mitchell Lynde tetUdln;, be
tween i and 6 p. m.
WANTED-PARTNER WITH HOT) TO
s-jioin rood pavliir business, lovesil
irate thm. Call on or address C H. V. Wiggin.
"VCT ANTED LOCAL SOLICmNQ AGENT
VV for accident Insurance: one who can de
vre sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Addreaa "E H.." AaODl.
ANTED BV VOCNf; MN OK GOOD
address, permanent position in grocery
some .eiperle -e Speak Swedish
and Knclisb fluently. Address "O. VV." Annua.
WASTro- BY A YOUNfS MAN. A POSI
Tf Hon a-s hartencler. No prevlou expel
ener hut one delroun of learning tbe business,
t.'an give good references If required. Address
(.. I. C In t are of The An.rs.
WANTED HONEST. MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for large bouse. 8 alary S5
snonthly and expenses with Increase. Position
permanent. Enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, SOU Caxtoa building,
WANTED H; CLING AGENTS TO
aell our Incandescent gasoline lamps.
Kacb burner produces 100-candle jmwer llgbt;
all stores want them, good inducements to re
liable salesmen Tbc Ohio illuminating com
pacy, Mansfield, Ohio.
WANTED WOMEN TO BIND DRE3S
shields at borne. Steady work:distance
no disadvantage: ak yourdeaier to show you
-ra Kbiel, s and Kora Klap boe supporters.
Kora Shields np on vu'u without sewing.
Send 1 cents for -a'aloffU of work Kora
Sbu-ld Co.. MS Broom street. New York.
R RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
rooms at 1002 Second avenue.
"T7V)K KENT A FOI.'R KOOM COTTAGE.
-C opixKite race track. Apply to IE. L.
FOR RENT DESIRABLE PERSONS CAN
find furnished rooms with all modern con
vit fences, located in the west end of the city.
Addreaa "W. K . ' care of Tilt Am. is.
"T4"VR KENT FIX RfOM FHT23I7 THIRD
-1 avenue. Apply I
ell St lynde buiklinir
' . . I .. ... IL'llli.tn U.L'nlr. Uil.tk.
RENT FI"KNISHEI OR I'NKL'RN
Lshml rooms pl-ia-stil anl convenient.
Apply at .sw Eifih-ar.d-a-Ualf avenue.
TOR RENT-KfRNlSHED ROOMS FOR
I one or two gentlemen, with beat. In
quire at M 4 Twenty-second street. Call from
6 to V p. m.
I,K)R RENT AT IITN SECOND AVENUE,
large rooms, well furnished: gait, bath,
steam heat A llrst-lass borne table Heat
location In the elty. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
FOR SALE SIX-ROOM HOUSE ON SEV
cnteentb street for 12.300. Hull A Co.
jX)lt SALE-A GOOD vl-'S ORGAN FOR
? sale cheap. Apply at 4uU Second street.
T410R SALE ONE No. 2 REMINGTON
JC typewriter. Price t2- One office desk,
oak finish. 4V feet long, curtain top and patent
l.x-k. l Cell on or address H. C. Wood. 818
Seventeenth street. Moline. III.
-I7H)R SALE COAL IN ANYJ QUANITY
T of 80 bushels or over at ii.'S per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the elty.
Leave orders at Commercial bouse barber
shop, Rock Island, or Enos James, Milan
XjVJR SALE OR TRADE A LARGE. HIGH
JC It improved fruit farm, located on Seven
teenth street Houth Heighta. A special bark-sin.
Applv toReidy Hroa, room , Mitchell &
FOB SALE FA KM LANDS.
IjlOR S A LE-I20 A CRES OF ( SOOD P1AIRIE
land: 2-story frame bouse, frame barn,
orchard, wells, etc.: lies beautifully: price
only iiV per acre. Fifty acres of farm la
tlmotby bsv. Send for plats and full descrip
tion, also list of farms. Address Sam Casey,
Mt. Vernon, ill.
FOR SALE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY
111.. 10 aeres of good land: two mal
houses and barns, wells, etc.: SO aeres f bear
ng orchard: on puhlio road, joins church, half
mile to school; a splendid stock or grain fam:
a big bargain. Prioe 15 per acre. Address
Sam Casey. Mt, Vernon. 111.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gage loans by W. H Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also makes collections bard ones a specialty.
Tr ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
vv moods, watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest essb prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at halt the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
13 Second avenue. Don't forget lu J. W
Joaea. Two rings on 147.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND A BICYCLE OWNER CAN
have same by railing oo Chris Vopel at
Fourth street and srevenib avenue and Iden
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL. TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation the Mall Is the one paper in Moline
mat can do it for you- Mail wants are popu
lar and Mull wants bring results. Ooe-faslf cent
per word is the price to all alike cash In ad
vance, --cent si imp will do. Evening and
Sunday Mall, Moline. 111.
For Dixnlcenne and
Plwag write as
U-Ali.il T. li-l
A Vigorous Shampoo
once every week with
Scalp Cleaner, when
with a thoroueh aDDli-
cation of the Hair Grower, will make
the hair soft, silky and luxuriant
Unlovely hair means unhealthy hair.
These preparations strengthen as well
as cleanse and purify. They make
and keep the hair beautiful.
For men, women and children.
Sold by mil druggists.
T. H. THOMAS,
Comer Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
Sweeney ft Walker, Attorneys.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island county, f
In the circuit court. To January term. A.
Geraldlne Humbert vs. Randolph Humbert.
mil tor divorce.
To tte above named non resident defend
ant. Randolph Humbert.
Affidavit of your non residence having been
filed in the oftK-e of said circuit court, no
tice is hereby given to you that the above
named complainant has filed In aaid court her
bill or complaint agalLHt you on the chancery
side of saia court: th t a summons In chancery
has been Issued In ssid csuse against you. re-
luraaoie to tne next term oi saiu court to be
begun and holden at thM court house In
the city of Rock Island, in aaid county on
the first Monday of January. A. D. IWO. at
whlvb time and place you will appear and
plead, answer or demur to aaid bill of com
plaint if you see CI.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 29thday of
rnovemoer. a. u. jew
Gborgb W. Gamble.
Clerk of Circuit Court in and for Bock Island
bWIIMT & WAT.KKR.
Solicitors for Complainant.
Motlee of Fobllcmtton In Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
County of Rock Island. I
In the circuit court, January term, A. D
Ella E. Wynes vs. Louisa Vardruff. Stella M.
Vandruff. Jacob A. Vaodruff. John F. black,
FJira E. Barr. Hlzabetb Staley. Osar Van
druff. Lemuel VandrufT. Charles H. Vandruff,
Edwin E. Vandruff and Maltle MerreL In
Affidavit of non-residence of Elizabeth Sta
ley, I "scar Vandruff, Lemuel Vandruff, Charles
H. vandruff. tularin E andruff and Mattie
Merrel. defendants above named, having
been filed in the office of the clerk of aaid cir
cuit court of Rock Island county, notice Is
hereby given to the said non-resident defend
ars that the complainant has Wed her bill
of complaint In said court, on the chancery
bide thereof, on the 21st day of November.
A. D. 1HW, and that a summons thereupon Issued
out of said court, against said defendants,
returnable on the first day of Janua. y, A. li.
lyoo. as Is by law required.
Now unless you, the said Elizabeth Staley,
Oscar VanarufT. Ix-muel VandmlT. Charles H.
Vandruff. Edwin E. Vandruff and Mattie Merrel
shall persona ly be and appear before said cir
cuit court of Kock Island county on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be holden
at tbe court bouse In tbe city of Rock Island.
In said county, on the first day of January,
A. D. Itxm. and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, the
ssme, and the matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as eonfessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to tbe prayer of said bill.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my haod a d affixed tbe seal of said court, at
my office in Rock Island this 21st day of No
vember, A. D. 1HW.
Gen hob W. Gam BLR, Clerk.
S. B KmwuuTur.
Nov. 81. A. D. 1880.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County, f
In the circuit or said county. To the Sep
tember term. A. I. !vw.
Carl J. Mueller vs William Ferguson. Simon
Dexter. Jessie A. Dexter. Lucy A. Matlock.
Miia Dutlon. l arrle Cummings. George
Matlock. Edward Thompson. Samuel Thomp
son Katie Thompson and Clifford Thompson.
Affidavit by Carl J. Mueller, complainant In
the shove entitled cause, of the non-residence
of Edward Thompson. Samuel Thompson.
Katie Thompson and Clifford Thompson, im
pleaded with tbe above named defendants,
William Ferguson. Simon Iiexter. Jessie A.
!extcr. Lucy A. Matlock. Mara C. Dutlon.
CarrM Cumralngs and ieorge Matlock, having
been filed in the clerk a office of the circuit
court of sa'd county, notice is therefore
given to the said Edward Thompson. Samuel
Thompson. Katie Thompson and Clifford
Thompson, non-resident defendants, that the
complainant filed bis amended bill of com
plaint In said court on ib chancery side there
of on tbe 2d day of December. A. D. im9. And
that thereupon th summons Issued out ol
said court, wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable on the first Monday In the month
of January next, that is i-y law required.
Now. unless you. the said non-resident defend
ants ab ve named, shall -ersonalIy be and ap
pear before the said circuit court on the
tla-1 divot the next term thereof, to be holden
at Kock Island. In tbe aforesaid countv. on the
first Monday in January nxt. and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bill
of complaint, the aaroe and the matters and
tbrjgs therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to tbe prayer of said
Rock Island. Ill . Dec. X. I "99.
Geo rob W. Gambls, Clerk.
McESIRT A MrElf 1RT.
Complainant s Solicitors.
Estate of Wll lam J She . deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed ad
ministratrix of the estate of William J.
Shea, late of tbe county of Rock Is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice tbst she will sppesr before
the county court of Kock Island county, at the
county court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at tbe February term on tbe first Monday la
Feburary next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend, for the purpose of
having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this mth day of Deeemher. A. D 1HW.
Catrshine Shea, Administratrix.
Mrlsf rv A McK.niry. solicitors.
Ex sen tor's Motlee.
Estate of Henry Tremann. deceased
Tbe undersigned, having oeen appointed exe
cutrix of the last will and teatament of Henry
Tremann. late of the county of Rock I si and,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives nouee
that she will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the county court room.
IB the city of Kock Island, at the February
term, on the first Monday In February next,
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and tequeated
to attend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
Dated thus l&th day of December. A. D. I"W.
Maria Tkema.hx, Executrix.
Jtrjisist Hrii. Attomejs.
Estate of John Klelcmaier. deceased.
The undersigned navlng oeen appointed ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Joan
Kietnmaier. late of the county of Rock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that bw will appear before the eounty
court of Rock Island county, at the eounty
court room. In the elty of Roek Inl
and, at the February terns. A. D. ltX oathe
first Monday la Fecroary next, at which time ail
pervocs having claims against said eetste are
notified and requested to attend, foe the pur
nose of having the aame adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate pay man t to the
Dated this 1MB day of Deeemher. A. D. ISM.
Kris -1st GsUbzE.Exeesiter
lwir:os . 3 tt ocv, Attorney for lor Lx.cc;-
PUSHTY OP CASJIDATX3
For tbe Offices la the rstltd Mlae Work
era Opponent for Mltrhrli.
Indianapolis. Leo. 17 . At tlM na
tional convention of th Vnitetl Mine
Worker of America, wlilch meets here
Jan. 15. there trill w a candidate
against John Mitchell for president
Miles Daugherty. of ihamokin. Pa., is
tbe man. Tbe following candidates are
In the field for vice presidents: Will
lam D. Van Uorne. Terre Haute. Ind.
John P. Iteese. Albia. la.; Jobu Fahy.
Pottsvllle. Pa.: William II. Kauey,
Delearbo. Ind.; W. R. Cassado. Pine
Knot Ky.; John II. Morgan. Diamond.
Ind.; W. B. Kltsinj?er, Central City.
Ky.; Francis Farrell. Scranton. Pa.,
Wililam Cleiland. Clark City. Ills.
Sncretary W. C. Penrte will find oj-
opsition in II. J. Kbort, of Knigbtsville,
Ind. There are scoren of candidates
for membership In th exex.-ntlv board
and for tbe audltorship and other of
fices. Delegates from all tbe district
organizations are still here in secret
Bosxion and it is now believed bere
that tbe meeting Is for the purpose of
making a general demand for higher
wagns. to le backed up by tbe entire
Will Oppose Win. L. Bynum.
Washington. Dee. 2. The Post
says: "In a few days charges will le
nlPd before tbe fin mice committee of
tbe senate against the confirmation of
ex-Itepresentative Byuuni. of Indiana,
as Democratic appointee for the New
tork board of appraisers. Tbe minor
ity of that committee is determined to
resist tbe Installment of Bynum in
that position on tbe ground tliat be is
not a Democrat, but has openly af
filiated himself with tbe Republican
TVestern Horgjleal Association.
Des Moines. Ia.. Dec. '21). Tbe West
ern Surgical and (iynocoIogicalnsHocia
tion. comprising tbe states of Illinois,
Wisconsin. Minnesota. Missouri. In
diana. Iowa and Kansas, concluded
yesterday by electing C. Beverly Cani-
bell. of St. Joseph. Mo., president: A
C. Bernays. of St. Ixmis. vice president:
J. It. Hollowbusb. of Kock Island. Ills.
so-ond vice president, and fSeorge II
Simmons, of Chicago, secretary-treasurer.
Keprrsrntati ve HouteIles Condition.
Boston. Dec. 20. While tbe officials
of the Mcl-iin hospital are extremely
reticent in tbe matter of giving de
tails as to the condition of Representa
tive Boutelle. It was stated iu response
to an inquiry last night tbat Boutelle
had passed a very comfortable day and
that he wns not considered in any Im
mediate danger. A relative of Bou
telle is quoted as saying that tbe lat
ter s trouble Is congestion of the brain,
airy lutereats Are Kicking;.'
Washington, Dec. 'JO. Efforts to se
cure the pardon of Joseph Wilkins and
Howard Butler have aroused tbe dairy
Interests of the couutry, and vigorous
protects from officials of various orsan-
izations have been received. 1 liese
men were convicted In Philadelphia of
removing labels from packages of oleo
margarine, and are now confined in
Price of Cotton Thread Int-reaacd.
New York. Dee. U5. It is announced
at the office of the Clark Thread com
pany in Newark. X. J., that tbe con
cern has made an advance on tbe price
of cotton thread to the extent of about
cents a doeen spools, in common
with the other cotton thread concerns.
Fopullsta to Meet Twire.
Topeka, Kan.. Dec. 20. The Popu
list state committee has decided to
hold two state conventions next year.
one to name delegates to tbe national
convention and tbe other to nominate
a state ticket.
Hortlrnltiiral Society Olttrrra.
Springfield. Ills.. Dec. 20. The Slate
Horticultural society adjourned yester
day after re-electlne the following of
ficers: President. Henry M. Dunlap,
Savoy; seccetary. L. R. Bryant, riince-
Erastns Wlman'a Settlement.
New York. Dec. 20. Creditors of
Erastns Wiman are aliout to Ih jKirti-
lly settled with at the rate of .GSDJo
of 1 per cent. The assets were
$(;.0TS.o0; the liabilities. $113,IHJ0.
There were forty-three fire alarms at
Chicago in tbe twenty-four hours
ended yesterday morninff.
Six popular and instructive
entertainments for the unu
sual small sum of $1.
Season of 1899-1900.
4. THE OXFORD MUSICAL CLUB
Januarv 23. 1900.
5. DR. WM. H. CRAWFORD
February 22, 1900.
6. THOMAS McCLARY
March 15, 1900.
v; sfWV ;Jr-
BURIED WITH ORDERS.
WHY? Because we carry tbe
CABLE, lump and nut.
SUPERIOR, lamp and egg.
POCAHONTAS and CAN N EL.
Second growth wood.
E. B. MCK0WN.
HAY &ESULT H7 LIBEL SUITS.
Twe Each Against the Milwaakei Sentinel
nil Indianapolis Press.
Milwaukee. D,ee.'29. Papers in two
exceedingly Interesting suits, seeking
to re-over heavy damages resulting
from the publicatiou of au alleged li
belous anicle. are being prepared lu
tbe offices of Quarles. Speuce . &
Quarles. One of the suits is to be di
reeled against Tbe Sentinel compauy
and tbe second against the publirbers
of tne Indianapolis I'rehs. t narles h
Pfister.one of the directors of the Mil
waukee Electric Railway, aud Light
company, is tbe plaintiff, tbe suits re
sulting from the publication of an el
Itorlal printed in tbe Indianapolis
Iress aud reprinted Tuesday morning
in Tbe Seutiuel.
Henry C. I'ayne. vice president and
director of the Milwaukee FJectric
Railway and Llgbt company and one
of tbe stockholders of The Sentinel
company as well, has retained tbe law
firm of Miller. Noyes. Miller & Wabl
to institute proceedings against Tbe
Sentinel company to recover damages
by reason of alleged libelous publica
tions made in tbe Milwaukee Sentinel.
I'ayne will also bring similar suit
against tbe publishers of the Indianap
olis) I'ress. Both suits are tbe result
of criticism by the papers of tbe actiou
of tbe plaintiff regarding street rail
way matters. Ptister asks $100.0u0.
HAD A TEERIBLE VOYAGE.
Two Vessels Experience Klxlit Days of
Continuous Storm on the l akes.
Milwaukee. Dec. 2!). The steamers
J. B. Lyou and City of Rome arrived
here last night from Cleveland after
spending eight days aud seven nights
on tbe lakes iu a continuous storm and
exceptionally cold weather. Tbe trip
of the two vessels, the last up-bound
for this season, will never le forgot
ten by Captains Charles Hahu and J.
i. Owens, of tbe Lyou aud Rome re
spectively. They declare tbat it was
tbe worst trip ever made by them.
Tbe two boats were a mass of ice.
and twelve inches deeper than tiiey
were when they cleared from Cleve
land. Ou the starboard side of tbe
Lyou there was Ice from tbe water line
to tbe bridge, a height of about eight
een feet. The riggings, deck, anchor,
tow lines aud tbe pilot house windows
were covered with frozen water, aud
all Wednesday tbe hot water hose was
put iu service to keep the windows in
such condition that tbe wheelsmen
could look ahead.
DECLINED TO RECOMMEND.
Latest Move In the Fight .tcainxt the
New Freight C'laaaiUration.
Washington. Dec. 20. Yesterday
the interstate commerce commissiou.
In compliance with the request of tbe
freight shippers aud representatives of
the commercial interests, transmitted
to Attorney tJeueral (Jriggs a tran
script of the evidence taken at the
bearing last week respecting the lien
classification of freight made bv the
o tti rial classification committee, aud to
go Into effect" Jan. 1. 1O0O.
The petition of the shippers was that
the commission should transmit the
evideuce taken lefore it to the attor
ney general with a recommendation
that lie iustitute legal proceedings to
restrain the railroads from putting tbe
new classification into effect. Tbe com
mission in part complies. The evidence
and areunients nre transmitted to the
attorney general, but without recom
Death of a Newspaper Man.
LaCrosse. Wis.. Dec. 20. Seneca E.
Truesdell. one of the oldest newspa
per men in the northwest, died in this
city Wednesday night of a complica
tion of ailmetns which resulted in
dropsy. He was for many years con
nected In various capacities with The
Pioneer Press in St. Paul. Previous
to that time he bad worked at St.
Louis and San Francisco. His first
daily newspanr experience was in the
LaCrosse Daily Chronicle. He was ."!)
years old and born at Genesse. X. Y.
Hail Insurance Cain pa uy Closed.
Fargo. X. D- Dec. 20. The Red
River Valley Mutual Hail Insurance
company of Wahpeton has been closed
by Insurance Commissioner Harrison.
who applied to Judge I-auder for a re
ceiver for the concern. The company's
liabilities are over goO.OOO aud asset
Operative Millers In Council.
Nashville. Tenu.. Dee. 2!. The mid
winter convention of the fraternity of
Operative Millers of America met here
yesterday, with a good attendance. Ad
dresses of welcome were rtstondetl to
y President A. J. Weinell, of Illinois,
Roston'a Council for the Itoers.
Boston. Dec. 29. The common coun
cil of Boston yesterday after a spirited
debate adopted a resolution of sym
pathy for the Boers.
A Severe Summary.
"It's wonderful," said tbe man with
the solemn air of erudition, "what a
difference a slight matter will make in
tbe world's estimate of a man."
'It isn't so in literature," was the an
swer, a man must nave merit
Not necessarily. If he gets his spell-
ng wrong that's plain Ignorance. But
f be gets his facts and logic all twist
ed that's originality." Washington
One of the severest punishments a
refractory soldier can experience ia to
be "nailed down" in a tent. It Is said
that a Turkish tuith is n frifflrl affair
as compared with a perfectly close U
tent under a hot sun. and after an
hour or two of that sort of sweating
the most rebellious soldier will readily
promise to lie good.
Wealthy families in China who have
marriageable daughters wbom they de
sire to keep at home advertise for de
sirable sons-in-law. The son-;
thus secured does not take hi
away, but merely bangs up bis traps,,'
In bis wife home and becomes one of
.1.. T 1 I
II IS estimated flist a snlal r-. .. r
OuO.000 is Invested In to lineo Indus
try Id Ireland, which gives employ
ment to an army of skilled workers at
tts fc50.fJ apindlt and 2S.CC0 uotrtr
SEWS FACTS IB" 0TTLIaT15.
" Ex-President Cleveland has been laid
up with rheumatic gout and Is rapid
An onfpuf of 1.1,500.000 gross tons
of iron ore is to be credited to tbe Lake
Superior region for tbe year 1S00.
Stephen Pease. C1 years old. com
mitted suicide at Chicago by cutting
th arteries of both arms aud bleeding
Jennie (ilass. a 16-year-old North
Evanston. Ills., girl, was arrested on
a charge of forging a check for $4.50
aud speudiug the money to buy Christ
Four cubs have been born to Flora,
tbe big lioness In tbe Lincoln park, Chi
I la u lei Keefe. of Morrison, Brown
county. Wis., caught bis band in a
feed cutter, and bis arm was ground to
a pulp before tbe machine could be
Robert Wilcox, of Honolulu, husband
of Princess Kaohelelanl. is at Wash
ington, where he intends to complain
agaiust tbe order of things In the Ha
After offeriug a drink of carbolic
acid as medicine to a sick friend. John
J. (.'or man swallowed the ioison him-'
self aud died.
Coolies from Japan have introduced
the bubonic plague into Hawaii.
Harry KscomIe. former premier of
Natal. South Africa, died suddenly on
the stt?et at Durban yesterday afternoon.
SAYS HE NEEDED THE MONEY
Bo Ite Deliberately Perjured Himself in
the Clark Matter for t0O.
Helena. Mo'ut.. Dec. 20. Zachary T.
Casou. a lawyer of Bnette. who testi
fied iu tbe Wellcome disbarment case
that I'nlted States Senator W. A.
Clerk told hi in that be would pay for
votes for himself as senator, has re
canted. A signed statement is iu the hands
of Clark's friends iu which Cason says
bis evidence was uutrutbftil and tbat
be gave it for 4: that bis famiiy
was starving aud be bad to have, tbe
uiouey. Casou expresses regret at tbe
wroug done and hoMs this retraction
may-offset it somewhat.
Cue of John Iteese Ponlpiinml.
Indianapolis. Dec. 20. President
John Mitchell, of the Vnlted Mine
Workers, has received a telegram from
Tojieka. Kaus., saying that the ease
of Executive Board Member John
Reese iu habeas corpus proceedings
lias been post Mined until Jan 4. when
he will have a bearing in the I'ulted
States court at St. Louis.
tVorlil's skatlnc; Heron I Ktubliihel.
Minneanolis. Dec. 20. The fastest
skating ever done in the world for half
a mile and a quarter mile, straight
away, was accomplished yesterday ou
Iike Minnetonka. near this city. Nor-
val Baotic. of Bathgate. N. D.. lowered
the quarter mile record of 31V4 second
to 28 1-5 seconds, aud the half mile to
lux I.lamlirle, small Assets.
Chicago. Dec. 20. Henry L. Millis,
of this city, who was formerly con
nected with several large firms in Bos
ton, has filed a petition iii bankruptcy.
In which be schedules liabilities aggre
gating $708,801; assets, $10,000.
Chicago Grain and Prodnee.
Chicago, Dec. 28.
Following were the quotations on the
Chlcaro Board of Trade today
December ...$ .65H
December ... .30Vi
December ... .22
December January 10. 22'fc
December January 5.65
High. Low. Clone.
$ .B0 $ .65 $ .6r.v,
.6Hs .69 i .695s
.69 .69 .69
.30U .Wa ..".OU
.30H ..",0V .30'i
.32 .22 .Z2
o- o- o-
.'3 -SS'-i -23's
10.22V 10.17V4 10.17',,
10.57 10.47& 10.47Vj
S.67V3 5.62Vx 5-65
9.85 5.S0 5.82Vs
a.37a 5.32'i 5.35
5.57V4 5.52V4 5.52H
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
25c per lb: extra dairy. 22c; pack
ing stock. 16016V4C. Eggs Fresh stock.
17c per doz. Dressed poultry Turkeys,
choice, 8V409c per lb; fair to good. 8
84c; chickens, hens, 6c; springs, 7c;
ducks. 7Vc: greese. 7$e. Potatoes
Fair to choice. 4045c. Sweet potatoes
Illinois. 82.50S3.O0 per brl. Applea
Jl. 503. 00 per brl. Cranberries Cape
Cliirag-o Live Stork.
Chicago. Dec. 28.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
31.000. Sales- ranged at 83.5004.00 for
pigs. I4.00W4.30 for light. I4.05&4.15 for
rough packing. 14.104.40 for mixed and
$4.20&4.4 for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 14.000. Quotations ranged at 86.25
(36.60 for choice to extra ateers, 85.60
66.20 for good to choice do.. $4.805.45
for fair to good do.. 84.1004.70 common
to medium do., 84.0064.40 butchers'
ateers. 84.40&6.25 fed western ateers.
83.154.70 feeding steers. 82.004.25 cws.
I3.00iEt4.85 heifers. I2.80U4.25 nuns ana
oxen. 83.7564.60 stags. 83.406 4.40 Texas
steers, and 84.0067.00 veal calves.
Sheeti Estimated receipts lor tne
day. 16.000. Quotations ranged at 83.30
4.75 weaterr.s. t2.isgi.eu natives ana
14. 00 6 6.00 lambs.
Milwaukee. Dec. 28.
Wheat Lower: No. 1 northern. 66H6
67c; No. 2 northern. 64c. Rye Lower;
No. 1. 55c. Barley Steady; No. 2. 44c;
sample. 376 44c. Oats Lower; No. 2
Hav-Timotbv. KK210: wild. T nf.
Straw 1 ootV
Butter Choice to fair
Henas-5o per pound.
Spring ebiekess - Sc.
Turkeys e per pmnrt,
Duetts Sc per pound.
Coal Soft. lie.
2ic. frttb creamery
Cattle Butchers ear for com fen ataer
cow and heifers. Vi4'. calves! 0
CASTOR I A
For Infants ind Children.
i. A vs amausa smms vsamu v
Tts Kid Yea Kara Always E::g.t
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PFEEMS HAIR fPOM FALLING OUT CUFtS OANOPbTF PFEVEMS BALDNESS
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should be the best coal you can buy,
for tbe rudy glow of 'your firelight
makes the Ytilettde season merry and
the warmth of our coal will make
your home comfortable from cellar to
roof, at less cost than any coal you
can burn, because you get more heat
to the ton, and less dirt and clinkers,
for the same money.
E. C. Frazcr.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
atone 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. B. Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 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. 13, Mitchell A Lynda's build
AfSTHUB BURRALL, Manager,
ftctk I1a24 cr Cclsna, III.
Isa M f
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Life is Health;
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Formerly of Chicago, e-Surgeon-ln-Chief
Anthony 's hospital.
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ftaders Ins. Co..
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The old Fire and
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