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WA NTi:l-UnISG RDOMGIRKS AT THE
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and board at Founb area ja
r AS"rr:i-coMi'!Ti'NTr;ini. F-i gf.s-
tral bnuMKurK at v-4 T wennetu sircei.
WANTKtJ- A COMI'FTEKT i.IKI. KOt
(r-n--rd li ticaork. Mrt KSinijn.nl'.'
tantfii a r;r o i, for cfnkkai.
V housework Apply to Mrs. George Harih,
IrjxTwen letb street.
AT"ANTEI A PARTNER WITH SUMK
metni Lady r.ef erred. Address lock
hoi 43'j, i'..ck Island. 111.
WANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKK
private lesnon In dancing- cmuOWtiJ
OQ.ulrlnK at 2710 Fifth avenue. J oner.
WANTED SOLICITORS FOR BOCK is
land and Moline. tioodpavinic bu-smess
to rihr psrty. Call at 3ls Twentitrt.ii street.
WANTEU A PRACTICAL MAN FOR
watch repair work. A tfood etiunce for
the ilitbimtn. Address 15l: Second avenue.
WANT ED GOOD. RELIABLE OIL S A LES
man. on commission orsalary. ACdress
Quaker Od and Implememcompacy. Cleveland,
"IITA NTF.H A GIRL TO WORK IN THK
V sir, re. of the Movune 1c company s
Mw. :rj: Twentieth street. Call n cmtiKi uu
WAX'I'Hi-SMAI.I. FLAT TOI TYI'E
Mrnertlcsk that rluM-s up. Musi not tie
longer thai three feel. Address II. O. li.
A Ki.i's iiince.
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. M) Mitchell & Lyod h'MkiK, be
tween 6 and tp.ni.
WANTED HOARD AVI) R iM IIV Re
fined ifentleman. in private family.
I'pntralnrwcsi location pief erred. Address
-1. It II. " TUB AKl.Cs
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident Insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to tbe business to make It
profitable. Address "E M." ARGUS.
1ITASTED-BV A YOCNO MAN' A IOSl
f? lion as bartender. No previous experi
ence but one desirous of learniui: the business
an ood references If reuulred. Address
ti. I. C in care of Thk Au;l.
TANTED-HONFST MAN OR WOMAN
TV to travel for large house. Salary
monthly and expenses with Increase. Position
permanent. Fjiolose self -addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, 3uu Canon building-.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell our incandescent gasoline lamps.
Each burner produces 100-eandie oower litfht;
all stores want them: good Inducements to re
liable salesmen Tbe Ohio Illuminating- com
paoy, Manatlt-ld, Ohio.
tr ANTED- WOMEN TO HIND DRESS
v shields nt hone Steady work: distance
no disadvantage: ask ynnrdw'er to show you
K ra siiirUs and Kora Klasp h-ee supporters.
Kora Shields nap on wa'sc without sewinir.
Send lo cents for catalotfu of work Kora
Shield Co.. Sii Hroome street. New York.
"tlf AST F.D nOJ MEN TO IJItlN'' THEIR
tY shirts, collars and cuffs. a:id i women
to send us their family wasbiine at our speoal
contract rates. All work guarantee, uivu
us your address by phone 4 J.. we ill do tbe
re-i. txjel-lor Laundry company. Ill East
Seventeenth street. I! ck Island.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second band goods of all kinds also.
The abVlve goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
lM Second avenue. Pon t forget It. J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
ITIOR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
rooms at 1002 Second avenue.
TT'OR RENT SIX ROOM FLAT 317 THIRD
.T avenue. Apply to William McEniry, Mitch
ell & i. nde building.
3IOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
. one or two icenllemen. with heat. In
quire at M4 Twenty-second street. Call from
6 to tl p. m.
FOR RENT AT I2 SECOND AVENUE,
large rooms, well furnished: gas, bath,
team beat. A Urst-class beme table llest
location in tbe city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
I s.)R SALE A CORNER 2-STORY HOUSE
II ;i'i. corner Fifth avenue and Kifib
street. Cheap If taken at once. Hull & Co.
I.IOR SALE-FINE DRUG STOCK AND
? fixtures. In a eit r of about Mm-ht
consiler atrafle for clear pr iper y. same val
ue. Ad irea. bos I. Victoria. M
-tV'OR sAU-coa in any:uanity
Jj of SO bushels or over at i.'.S per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city.
Ieave orders at Commercial bouse barber
abop. Rocs bdand, or Eno James. Milan-
i,X)R SALE OR TRADE A LARGE. HIGH
jf ly improved fruit fa-m. located on Seven
teenth street South Heights. A special bar
gain. A pply to Keidy Urua . room 4. Mitchell &
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MOHT
gae loans by W. II F-asiman. 1712 Sec
4od avenue, without publltv or removal. lie
1 tQiket COlieCUUIW uavr nywtmij.
LOST AND FOUND.
Ivjl-NH-A HUNCH OF FIFTEEN KEYS
1 on Second avenue and pevente-mb
street. Thursday afternoon. Owner call at
Ami i ottlce.
10T MtOWX TELESCOIE GRIP. BE
i tween this citv scd Milan, or bevotid.
oontai-ing several articis of viue lo owner,
tteward for its return to this oftlce.
TOsT-A MINKHOAON SATTRDAY ON
i Second avenue, between Sixtcentn and
Sereslernlb Mreets. Fl' der will te rew arded
r return lo A D M"m Co."s pnntlaj- of
hce. r-'I'i East S eventeentb street.
subscribe for The Argcs.
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Borden's Condensed. Milk Co. New York
SIDNKY FI.KKSER S TRI ANGLE SKAT
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part ;es. U xl accomm xlationv
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or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation the Mail is tbe one paper in Molioe
that can do it for you. Mail wains are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results Ooe-hlf cent
per word is tbe pri- e to all alike c.Lsb In ad
vance. 2-cenl stamps will do. Evening and
Sunday Mail. Moliue. 111.
Direction of Stivk F. Millib.
Sunday Night, Jan. 7.
Attrat'on Par Excellence Fashionable Van.
dey.lle Tne Ureal American Favorites,
MclNTYRE & HEATH
And their own Lig company of come
di tns: The three Nevaros. Europe -n
ucroDa s. from empire music hall. Lon
don. The you-g ometica quintette.
.A weeks at Koster &. hial's. N. Y.
l hsrlie.1 Stine and Miss O ive Evini
fiate of Rich A: H.rii-T o cei in "The
Fiisky Doctor. ' aomedy. The Amer
ican oovs. D-reodaifc llreen. 'Jbampiin
pedestal club juggler.. Thegreat Hieu
ne le. the model hiker, from F- lies
Herueres. I'a'is 1b comedy sketeb
team. Mc Walter v Tyson ia ' Scenes
In a Uressing Room.' The kings of
coiueoy Mcl.Vl'YKE & HEATH, in their
The vaudeville event of tbe season.
Nothing ' eipial It. The most success
ful. The most entertainiua. The big
rest, grandest and only real New York
Prices ic. .soc. 75c and 1. Seats on sale
at Bleuer s lewelry store. I'hone 4123.
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Direction of Chamberlain, Kindt & Co.
Sunday, Jan. 7.
JbllN tv. 1SIIAM
Thirty five popular artists including
litl.LE DAVIS the star of ber race.
(rand opr. uoou s;ns as. they were
iifver surij? before.
Prices, 2Sc. Soc and T5c Seats on
sale ul Huke s. Telephone No. 0.
UnocrThe Direction Of Cmamsealin Kindt It Ca
Monday, Jan. 8.
DUNNE ,t RILEY
MATHEWS St KL'LGKR.
In the latest version of
ilie big vaulei il.e operet
ta "BY THE SAD SEA WAVES'
new but the title.
10:5 Nights Herald
s. u:tie Theatre
Thirty Stars of
F rices 25c. ."0,i. 75c and tl.
Scat sals at Fluke's.
AGNER OPERA HOUSE,
Mo ine. III.
Saturday, Jan. 6.
DUNNE 4. RILEY present
MATHEWS and BULGER in the lat
est rev sion ol tbe big vaudeville oper
etta. "By the Sad Sea Waves."
Everything absolutely new but tbe title
of tbe piece. Ran loll ni his at Herald
Square tneat'e. N. Y. 3i star of com
edy. A kale-djs jooe of color and cos
tume. A nictry inrlange of melody at.d
tt irlb. 1 be tie plus ulfa of refined
vaujcv.lle. A daczling chorus of beau
ty loc uding the great European sensa
tion. MLU: LK EYE. direct from tbe
Fol es Henjere 1'aris. see Mathews
Bulger's cut relv new special u v.
IVtces, 2s. vs- T.se. box Si.uOl Seats
row tb s ie at Ciendeuin s drug store
1'none 2tvr. Cars for Rjck Island after
A UGUSTANA COLLEGE,
Sit popular and instructive
euu.rtaintueat3 for tbe unu
sual small sum of f 1.
Season of 1899-1900.
4. THE OXFORD MUSICAL CLUB
January 23. 1900.
5. DR. WM. H. CRAWFORD
February 22, 100.
6. THOMAS McCIJVRV
March 15. 1900.
PAGE MUST EXPLAIN.
Continue. I from hirst page.
.and later adjourned until Mi-mby.
The Santiago Victory.
Bingham, of I'ennylvania, intro
duced the folio win it joint resolutions:
"That the thanks of congress re
hereby tendered to Read Admiral Wil
liam L- Sam non and Commodore
Wintield Scott Schley and the officers
and men under them for tbe destiuc
ti"n of the Spanish lleet at Santiago."'
GETS AT WORK AGAIN.
Both Homes of Congress Betaro to "heir
I abort at the Capital.
Washington, Jan. 4. Senator lVtti
grrw yesterday offered the following
i fsohnioii which went over under oli-j't-tion
Jlesolved, That the secretary of war
be and lie is hereby dirccletl to in
form the senate whether llelieral Tor
ies, one of the oftU-ers of the Philiu
tiine army, came to general Otis with
a flag of truce on l'eli. 5. 1SS.O. the day
after tlie fighting coiuuienced between
our forces aud those of A.guinaldo. anil
slated to (jeiicra! Otis that Aguiualdo
declared that tiglning had been begun
accidentally, and was not authorized
by Agtiiualdo. and thai Aguiualdo
wished to have it stopped and that to
bring alxmt a conclusion of hostilities
he proposed the establishment of . a
neutral zone lciyeeii the two armies
of a width that would lie agreeable to
tJeneral Otis, so that during the peac.
negotiations there might be no further
danger of conflict between ihe two
As to (irn. ltis It-plr.
"And whether I ieneral "Otis replied
that lighting having once begun must
go on to the grim end. Was tieueral
Otis directed by the secretary of war
to make such answer? Hid lleueral
Otis telegraph the secretary of war on
Feb. t. lS'.iil. as follows: 'Aguiualdo
now applies for a cessation of hostili
ties and conference: have declined to
sinswer." aud did Ueneral Otis after
wards reply that he was directed by
the secretary of war: and what an
swer if any did he or the secretary of
war make to the application lo cease
Hour Hack. Up Fettiirrew's Move.
Aldrich. chairman of the finance
committee, gave notice of his intention
to call up the financial bill today im
mediately after the disposal of the
routine morning business, provided
there was no objection. The notice
brought Hoar to his feet with an ob
jection which was based upon I lie fact
that several senators had objected to
the consideration-of I'ettigrew's Phil
ippine resolution. "If." said Hoar,
'there is to be an absolute suppres
sion of all requests for information
concerning the war with the Filipinos
1 shall object to the taking up o'f other
matters during I lie morning hour when
such resolutions are pending." He
called attention to the fact that four
senators had risen upon the presenta
tion of the IVttigrew resolution to ob
ject to consideration.
Disctiilmers from Senators.
This was done in the face of the fact
that it was the uniform custom of the
senate to allow resolutions of inquiry
to go through without obstruction. He
wanted to know if this policy was to be
continued. The statement brought Aid
rich, ('"handler and Ilawley to their
feet.' Aldrich disclaimed any intention
of suppressing information concerning
military matters. Hawley and Chand
ler lxith explained that the suggestions
concerning the IVttigrew resolution
had only covered the point of post
ponement until today, which they as
serted was not out of the ordinary.
With a few further words on the part
of Hoar the incident closed.
st'LZKR WANTS AN IX(riRY.
Offers Resolutions In the House to Inves
tigate secretary :nj;-e.
Washington. Jan. 4. In the hottse
the opening of the holidays was
signalized by an attack in resolutions
offered by Sulzer of New York on Sec
retary ("age as to his cause in regard
to the dejMisit of public funds in the
New York banks. The resolution de
manded all necessary information as
to this matter. He wanted ii attended
to at once, but an objection threw it
over, and sent it to the ways and
means committee. The resolution will
probably be reported back from the
ways and means committee to the
house so amended as to omit specific
reference lo two banks and refer gen
erally to till banks.
Chairman I'ayne and some of his as
sociates of the ways and means com
mittee had an informal talk after the
adjournment of the house relative to
the Sulzer resolution. A meeting of the
committee will be held today aud a
pretty thorough understanding was
arrived at that the resolution would be
considered and probably reisirted at
once to the house. It is understood also
that personal references are likely to
le avoided in the amended resolutions.
In Ihe form thus reitorted back lo the
Hon. Alva fan
Member from tne 24th,"
(Peoria. Co.) District of
the Illinois Bouse of Rep
resentatives, Tells tbe
People how Es was
NorthaBsptoa, 111., Aug. 12. ioo.
The Dodds Medicine Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
Gentlemen: I had been suffering from Rheu
ssatlc pains In say body and bad tried many reme
dies with little satisfactioa until I purchased
Dodd's Kidney PUIa. The relief was something
tcyond aay expectation and I an now cured and
heartily endorse Dodd's Kidney Puts to any one
witti deranged Kidneys or Rheumatic pains.
Dodd's Kidnev Pitta core all
Diseases of tbe Kidnera.
Sold by all dealers in medi
cine, re cents a bos or sis boxes
for $2.50- Seat on receipt of
price bv The DoddS Modiciae
Co, Buffalo, N. Y.
&o"uxe it 13 c-xepcted ifcat tne'rcsoiation
will pass -without objection and That
any debaate on the question involved
will bu deferred until the secretary of
the treasury has an opportunity to com
ply with the request for information.
Among the bills and resolutions in
troduced in the house were the follow
ing: Joint resolution for a constitu
tional amendment providing that "No
new tstate. the territory of which is not
contiguous to the I'nited States, shall
he admitted by the nngress into the
I'nion." Consitutional amendment au
thorizing an income lax. Joint resolu
tion proposing the return to Mexico of
the cannon, flags and banners captured
during the Mexican war." "with ap
propriate expression of friendship aud
good will." Proposing the following
amendment to the constitution: "Con
gress shall have power to define trusts
and to regulate, control or prohibit the
same within any state, territory, dis
trict or any other place subject to its
Changes Proposed by Senator In the
House Gold Standard Bill.
Washington. Jan. 4. Chandler yes
terday offered au amendment to the
financial bill as follows: "That in ac
cordance with the act of Nov. 1. l.Nti::.
which repeals a part of the act of July
14. lSflX. It is hereby reaffirmed and
declared to be the existing policy of
the United States to continue the use
of both gold and silver as standard
money, and to coin both gold and sli
ver into money of equal intrinsic and
exchangeable value: such equality to
be secured through international agree
ment or by such safeguards of legisla
tion as will insure the maintenance
of the parity in value of the coins of
the two metals, ami the equal power
of every dollar at all times in the mar
kets and in the payments of debts:
and it is further declared that ihe ef
forts of tiie government should lie to
steadily directed to the establishment
of such a safe system of bimetallism
as will maintain at all times the equal
power of every dollar coined or issued
by t lie- I'nited St.ltes in the markets
and in the payment of debts." Another
section provides for an international
The Republican members of the sen
ate finance committee authorized Aid
rich to preseut amendments to the
financial bill which he offered in the
senate yesterday. The most important
relate to the greenback; aud one pro
vides foir their reissue as now pro
vided by lav. It is stated by mem
bers of the committee that the amend
ments are for the purpose of making
more clear the intention of the bill,
and to leave no question as to the con
struction of the law when enacted.
Senate and House in ItrieT.
Washington. Jan. 4. The senate
took up work yesterday after the holi
days with a full attendance. A large
number of itii'Mirtant bills were intro
duced. It was decided lo proceed with
the financial bill at ' p. in. Hoar pro
tested against the summary disposition
of resolutions asking for information
about the conduct of the Philippines
war. and IVttigrew introduced the reso
lution, wiiii h went over under, objec
tions. The Kill) instant was named
as the day for the delivery of eulogies
in memory of the late Vice President
llobait. and au executive session was
The house was In session only fif
teen minutes and during that time had
a little Hurry over au attempt by Sulz
er of New York to secure consideration
for a resolution asking information
concerning the relations of the treas
ury department with the National City
bank of New York. The resolution was
referred tothe conimitttoe on ways and
means. .V number of bills were intro
duced. Table Talk.
Rather curiously Roxane in "Cyrano
de Bergerac" belongs to the modern
type which dates from the days of
the Hotel de nambouillet and has air
ways had its votaries in France. To
those precieuses mere conversation
was tine betise. They liked declama
tions: discussion, trot on tbe right of
woman to the ballot, but whether she
should be held a little higher than the
angels or consent to be beloved. This
phase of preciosity led up to the
French salon, where that hothouse
fashion of preparing an intellectual bill
of fare for guests found its most ac
Mine. Campan, whose advice may be
said to have formed a whole genera
tion of charming women, used to pre
scribe the subject of talk for dinner
tables, just as certain coteries of wo
men prescribe It today. This was her
system: "With J2 nt table, talk voyages
and literature: with eight, the line arts,
science, invention; with six, politics or
philosophy;' with four, sentiment, ro
mantic adventure; with two. talk of
yourself; egoism belongs to the tete-a-tete."
Kllen Olney Kirk in I.ippin
cott's. A Rare With the Son.
The London Daily Mail says if an
aerial machine were capable of travel
ing at any rate up to l.ttOO miles an
hour a traveler In It, starting westward
from London at a speed of 000 miles
an hour, would arrest the progress of
time. If he started at 10 a. m., it
would always le to him 1" a. in.
Should he find his unending day mo
notonous, he could reverse his direc
tion and get ft quick succession of
short days and nights of some six
hours' duration, but he could regulate
the length by the speed of his ma
chine. Suppose he traveled from Lon
don one night at 10 o'clock westward
at a speed of 1,000 miles per hour. He
would soon experience the sensation
of seeing the sun rising in the west
where it had set a short time before.
"The younj man who gets cheated,"
said the corn fed philosopher, "thinks
the other fellow wonderfully smart,
bat the elderly person who goes up
against It admits himself to be a fool."
Traced Back o Eden.
Mr. Dash 1 have discovered the rea
son why most women like ribbons.
Mrs. Dash Why?
Mr. Dash Because the first woman
was a rlb-un herself. Syracuse Her
DEAD BY ESCAPING 0A9. 3
fttodU ton ii. I iii Thtlr Apartments Five
Others Hate a ( lose Call.
New York. Jan. 4. The dead bodies
of ileorge F. Cailagher. a special jk-lii-emau.
aud Nellie Walsh, were found
yesterday iu a Second avenue apart
ment occupied by them. They had
beeu asphyxiated by gas turned on by
them during a New Year's carousal.
Callagher was formerly a member of
the New Orleans police force. On the
woman's right arm was tattooed tin
woitls "(Seorge Frank tiallagher. New
Five members of thefamily of Julius
I'utteutag. a real estate dealer liviug
on One Hundred and Tweuty-lirst
street were snatched from death yes
terday. They are Mrs. Mary Cutteu
tag and her children Dora, aged ."
years: Pearl. 2 years; Ruth, o mouths
ami her mother. Mrs. Hora rreniau.
Oils was discovered escaping from
their apartments, ami wheu the doors
were broken in the tive 'ict'sons were
discovered in an uuconscious condition.
They were all resuscitated.
HAHNAW1IL NOT "STAND
For tbe Permanent Chairmanship of the
Cleveland. Jan. 4. Senator Hann.l
declared yesterday that although he
had been urged to stand for the per
manent chairmanship of the next Re
publican national convention he would
not do so. "There are other men." he
said, "who are more ambitious than
I. and who value that honor more than
I do. 1 will give way to them." He
also declared that he will not be oue of
the dclegates-n t -large from Ohio in the
con vent inn.
"I greatly desire that Ceneral Hick
shall have an uncontested place in the
ohiodelegatiou-at-large." he explained,
"and am glad to step out in his favor.
If I was to be considered as tine of the
delegates-at-large. precetleut giving the
place to me as a senator, there would
lie a contest bet wen I'eneral Orosvenor
i.nd Ceueral Hick. 1 being out of it
there will be room for both of them,
as there should be. ami friction will be
Hang-il ami Only 1 Years Old.
Sunbury. Pa.. Jan. 4. 1-Mward Cres
singer. aged 1! years, was liauged here
yesterday for the murder of 10-year-old
Daisy Smith, daughter of a farmer at
Royle's Run. lower Augusta township.
Cressiuger met his fate calmly. He is
the youngest murderer ever hanged in
this stale. '
l ire at Detroit Costs $.0,000.
Detroit. Jan. I. The. .Sofl.lHHl stock
of Morgan. Puhl & Morris, manufactur
ers of regalia ami military supplies, iu
the live-story bt'iiding at Washington
and ('rami River avenues, was totally
destroyed by lire yesterday. Fully in
sured. Killed His Don for Losing.
.Shelbyville. Iml.. Jan. 4. Harry
P.utler. au Indianapolis plumlicr. wit
nessed the defeat of his dog "Jack"
by a -local dog iu a ring west of this
city, and despite the entreaties of the
loo spectators IStitler beat his dim's
lira ins out.
Members Did Not show t'n.
Spriugtield. Ills.. Jan. I. The state
board of agriculture met here Tuesday
In .luminal session. but owing to the a'),
fence of many of the members an ad
journment was taken to next Tuesdav.
Chicago (-rain anil Produce.
Chicago. Jan. 3.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
January $ .tie's S $ .00 $ .COs
.May TO .70, .Ii9',
July TU-7 .70" .70 1 .70s
January "05.s .::i .3014 -S0Rs
May :::ilg .:vi .MM,
July ."41, .ss'i .".::T
May -jr,- .iM-, .2.:t8 .23',
January 10.ZT, 10.40 10.2r. 10.r!2l-'.
May 10.6.1 10.7.1 10.CO 10.63
January .1.771; 5.77'-i .1.7214 .1.72'j
May 5.92'i o.'Ji 0.90 f..t0
January .1.50 .1.11 S.r.o S..10
May .1.6.1 0.70 5.6.1 5.6.1
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
1:7c per It; extra, dairy. 22c; pack
ing Ftock. lGi&lK'.-jo. Ksgs Fresh Mock,
17fiflSc per duz. Dressed poultry Tur
keys, choice. 9liil0c per lb ; fair to
pood, S'.idiSc: chickens, hens. 74t7c:
pprirg!" 7l-toSc: ducks. 7S8c: geese. 7
T'ic. Potatoes Fair to choice. 414if47c.
Sweet potatoes" Illinois. 52.7.1113.25 per
brl. Apples J1..10fr'".C0 per brl. Cram
herrits Cape Cod. So.00?t6.75.
Chicago Live Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
4S.000. Sales tanged at J:'.X04.23 for
pigs. J4.25(tt4.4a for light, $4.20i4.U0 for
rotish packinR. $4.2.154.-1.1 for mixed and
M.U.IOi 4.i2',i for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 16.000. Quotations ranged at S6.2.1
$(6.60 for choice to extra steers. $.1.00
t?6.2.1 for good lo choice do.. $4.S0ii3.4"
for fair to good do.. Jl.10fe4.70 common
lo medium do.. SiWix 4.40 butchers'
steers. $4.40i 6.20 fed western Fleers.
:.10$4.7O feeding steers. J2.00fi4.23
cows. $J.00j4.80 heifers. $2.h0'fi 4.2.1 bulls
and oxeti. J3.70fi4.6O stags. J3.40Si4.40
Texas steers and S4.00i7.OO vealc alves.
sther Estimated receipts for the
day. 22.000. Quotations ranged at J3.C0
n 4. SO westerns. $2.7.141 4.30 natives and
Milwaukee. Jan. 2.
Wheat Du'!: No. 1 northern. 67'.c;
No. 2 northern. l4G63c. Rye Quiet;
No. 1. 00c: No. 2. 13;c. Barley Firm;
No. 2. 40 ; sample. 37Ji43'c. Oat.
Steady; No. 2 white. 20c.
Hay '1 imotny. t.IO: wild. I7.b&.
Si raw 4 Siiw.S.
1a oes - :ic.
Hutier--l. huice to fair. y: frtt-b creamery
Hen s-Oe. rer found.
Jsprnif hi-ke s 6c.
Turkeys fe tier p und.
Pu- ks - ' per pound.
Coal Sort. lie.
Cuttle Hutcbers ray for ceil fed tees
.VTi-V: cows anil b ifeis. Htt(:4. caivesj 045
'h ps 3Vi?l.
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For Infants and Children.
Tbe Kini You Have Always Bought
i nature of
Wash iho Di&hes Quickly I
You can if you
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It does most of
the work. It
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HAVE YOU GOT IT?
If not, consult the cele
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should be the best coal you can buy,
for the rudy fjlow of your firelight
makes the Vnletide scaeon 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. G. Frazer.
Colon a Sand
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and 'Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on tbe 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. 12, Mitchell fc Lynde's build
ArVinUR BDRSALL. Manager.
Rock Island or Colons, HI.
Life is Health
r.v.-tf .-I V-.. J
DR J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago, e-SurK-eon-ln-Chief
Atituony s bospliul.
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If you cannot, call write.
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Fire Insurance Agency,
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Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, III
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
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Office. Room 3. Huford block. Hates
as low us consistent wltb security.
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-Mates as low as sny
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