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TIIE A"R GITS, TDXESDAT, JAXUARX 10, 1000.
- rrAKTED BOAKDKR3.
CHOICE H OOM S
and board at ZM Fourth avenue.;
irriKTHi-A PARTSO WITH St .Ml
W n:ei.- IjuIv preferred. Address lock
box 43T'. Hoclt Island. IJL
,rr.s :or ii.rnt no-jfleneepioif
ij,-. Addre-, -is.. -B'.cs.
tCTANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
T T pr.vate leasorji in OMeuz can QO bo
enquiring at710.Firta avenue. Jooea.
rANTKIi TWO LAUN'DV GIRL'. KA
pcrencetl ail aroun". and one eii
need iron.-r. at the Kicelior laundry.
'A NTKD-SIl CATION AS CX)K m
unir iadv ol exi.erlerce. . an five
WAN'TF.O-SOUCiTOU FOR F(X K Is
land and Moline. ;ood cavrair oustness
to rVht party. Call at r.l'j Twentieth street.
irrAN-rnt-nsiTiON as hottskkekp
v er in snill family liv a rnuna w'O11
with two small children. Address 'A.." A K
"TTA NT ED GOOD. BELI A RLE Oil. S A LES-
vv nian. on commission orsalary. car
Quaker OU and Implement company, Cleveland
ANTF.I -PARTNER IN nrSIS'ESS
that wlil py frtin I.) to .To per ci-n
Capital required. t5o to :u. Address J.
WA NTK.fJ PAHTNEU IN GOOD PA YIN
manufacturiiilr ousiness want 1
will irive riiut uarty k'ood posi im. Ad-
irANTED TWOMEX COIXECTOR8 AND
VV solicitor for Itock Island. Permanent
poaltiona. M.tcheil it Ljnde nuUdiog. ne
UfAKTF.D-IOCA, SOLICITING AGENT
for Rocldi-nt insurance. one wbocnoe
vote sufficient time to tbe business to make It
profitable. Address "K M..." A noes.
r.N1i:i PI KiT C LASS IVSCRANCI-:
Milii itrr f r an iu line life insurance
ecmoanv for district of Rock Iilmd and Mo-
l.r -. .ildri"i K. M. Holii-s ntaaairer. tmcy.
I'ANTKII - A SM A I.L. FAMILY TO fCCl -
pv a furrlshcu, ;,-room house in exch ritf-
lor oii'r board: or would tnploy a u-'oil
housekeeper. AKlilf 1;!U Park uvcnu-. iu-
k ti port.
1 If A N'TKO A
sitpatiov as hocsi:-
J w !:. pr. or l:i
'.niull family. It. an elCerly
fiiriiKiri I'lrl. M.ist he Willi t.criL.an peoil
'.i.itiot speak or understand liiil fh t. ildre
M. V.. A K'.rs.
UTA NTFD-1 It N EST
MAN Olt WOMAN
vv to travel for larire bouse. Salary
monthly and expenses with Increase Position
permanent, rjiciose sell-auuresseu siairipeu
enteiopc. Sect clary, 3o0 Caxtou building,
WANTED HCSTLINO AGENTS TO
H-li our incandescent Kaaollne lamps.
F.kPh bu.-m-r iniucfs IKMramlle oower lltfht:
ail uteres want them: Kood inducements to re
liable salesmen The Ohio liiuniinatlct; com
pucy. Maiinlltid, Ohio.
f A NT Kl - W( )M F.N TO HIND DRESS
no ilKad vantage: aU yo'ir deaier to show you
K'-ra hiel s and Kora l"la-- hoe support. r.
Kuril Sh'i-ldi oap on wa' wi'b-jui sewiuir.
r-end M c-nt for catalovu, rf work Kora
Shield "o . icSx Uroom street. New York.
lirANIKU-Wi M EN
TO HlilN'i; TIIEllt
shirts, eoila'x and cu.Ts. and I'M women
to vend uh their f amilv w ashiiot at our spee'al
contract ratn. All work truarantefd. Give
us ycur addres, py phone t."!Xi. we will do the
rrt. jxjelior I. sundry couinfiv. 114 East
Seventeenth street. Kli I-lind.
Ifr ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
VV roonds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycle, clothing: dry
BOod furniture, etc. Hiibest cash prices
paid for second hand goods of all Winds also.
The above goods for sale at half tbe usual
tore prtcea. All business transactions strictly
r.onndcntliL HI, new number and location,
l-i3 Second avenue. lon t forget lw J. W
Jones. Two rinks on 1347.
TIOK RENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED
X: rooau, at liX Second avenue.
VIOK RENT SIX ROOM FL AT 2S17 THIRD
avenue. Apply to uiun aiccjairy. &iitcn-
ell & l.vnue Puildini:.
OK KENT AN K RtK3M HOPSE WATER
and bath, on Thirteenth avenue. Aio
two rtoms lurnisneu ior uicni. aouseKecpini: at
Tij Jjirhih avenue. Inquire ataloe add re
RENT AT ir SECOND AVENUE,
JL' large room.,.
well furnished: gas. bath.
team heat- A UrsWlAvi home tahle Hest
location In the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
' FOR SALE.
IiVMt SALE A FINE RE ST A PIT A NT.
well located and doing a go.d business.
Gordon & Howman.
R S ALE A CORNER 5-STORY HOUSE
I . corner Fifth avenue and t if th
street. Cheap if taken at onee. Hull & Co.
IOK S A LE PASTEUR FILTER. NEARLY
new. with seven nlterinir tubes, nickel
plated ail over. Can be bought for half iji
onriaal cost. A bargain. Allen, Myers jt Co.
XTIOR SALE COAL IN AWYJQUANITY
of 50 bushels or over at tJ..S per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city.
Leave orders at Commercial bouse barber
hop. Rock Island, or Knos James. Milan
XTIOR SALE OR TRADE A
Iv improved fruit farm, located on Seven
teenth street South Heights. A special bar
gain. Applv to Held y Bros , room 4. Mitchell &
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL M0RT
gage loan by W. II" Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also makes collection bard ones a specially.
Model Train Service on a
Itest and quickest route with
through oar n-rvic north,
south, west and northwest
Tourists' ami reduced rate
tickets to principal point-.
and Pacific Coast,
Florida and the South.
Personally conducted excur
sions, through sleeping and
tourist car accommodations
reserved without charge.
Ticket office open day and night. Depot
foot of Elxteenth street. For maps and full
Information appiy to
U. D. Mack. D. P. A-
M. J. Tocwa, Agent.
Phones 1131 and 11S0.
shnoM be ad br evenr
wciman, tian aud child de
tiniiK a ni b. wilt, lustrous
appearauce of tbe hair. Jt
furnishes lust tbe airht
jt:i'ulalioa to the hair
bulbs and encourages tbe
uaiurai now ol nair moist
ure. It prevents dandruff
and tBialure eray hairs.
rit l T V nvkl rufiuchlni
J ' rK.l:njr aihl inviirorating
TGrt-init teat caa be ob-
If yourrlealer cannot sup-
wrne to usaiKl ue
unit you are
Seven Sutherland Sisters
IS Dtsbrots Street. New York City.
r. H. THOMAS,
Corner Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
LOST AND FOUND.
y OST--ON EIGHTEENTH STREET. P.E-
tween second and seventh avenues, a
marten scarf. A rewara will be paid for its
return to mis oice.
I J bet wet
PUR i)A ON FIFTH AVENUF.
een Ninth and Tenth streets. lasL
Thur-day evening Finder return to A KG us
omce and rect.ve reward.
S CTIVK '.V ITH r-. l'J Ul'llini'
.m . .... ........ '
a. a legaima'e bumes that will net be
tween f :s and ?, week!- by attending to it
one dav in the weew. Wiil near clones'. Inves
tigation. Kor partu'uiurs addres-t t.eorge
v es:ey, liaveiipon. Iowa.
IF YOU WANT TO HIT Y. SELL. TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
s tuation lue MaU Is the one paper In Moline
'.uat can do it lor vou. Mail w anis are txmu
lar anil Mail w ants bring results One-hlf cent
per word is tbe prt-e to ail alike cash in ad
vance. "-cerit stamps w Ul do. Evening and
Siuuuay Man. Monne. ju.
Direction of Stetk F. Uillsb.
Sunday Night, Jan. 14.
Creator of tie laughing habit.
Th monarch of them ail starring in
the New York Worid , comedy ,suc
See tbe funnv Yellow Kid. There is
more funny doings in Hogau's Alley"
than auy other comedy on'tli-i roal.
tince seca iwier forgotten.
Pi ices 2Tc. 5)c and TrVir.
Ssle of seats at IMeuer's Jewelry Store.
Fhone 4 1 rs.
LSineTM6 Direction Of (Mu"iBCBLiNKiNarJtCa
ONE NICnT ONLY",
Wednesday Night, Jan. 10.
HA". K. HUMUS
flreat New York success
nights at the Academy of
4The King of the Opium-Ring.''
A monster kalelil scope of oriental tuag
ritlcence. A SJO.um pnxluciiou. A
faa.ily of real Chinese actors. Ten big
vaudevilie 1-lfe in Chinatown.
The big city sensation. Chinese recep
tion for ladies and children Wednes
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. .Ian, pun.
Everytudy is cordiilly invited to at
tend. Prices -3c. f 0c. T5c and tl.
Seats at Fluke's.
A UGUSTANA COLLEGE,
" Rock Island.
Six popular and instructive
entertainments for the unu
sual, small sum of 1 1.
Season of 1699-1900,
4. TIIE OXFORD MUSICAL CLUB
January 23, 1900.
5. DR. WM. II. CRAWFORD
February 22. 1900.
6. THOMAS McCLARY
March 15, 1900.
AN AFTER DINNER CIGAR
is a Messing" to mankind. But men's
taste vary, some like a strong cigar,
some a inild one, others like a pipe.
There is no variation of the smoser's
taste that we cannot gratify. If he
wants a dry cigar we can give him
one. Our resruiar stock is Kept moist
and fresh. 'e have no inclinations
of our own our business is to satisfy
Bahnsen's Drug Store.
Corner 4th Avenue and 20th street.
?( ( r --VI tait.e.1.
(tf i ',, p;vyon.
ms m"".'JH ;. 'f m'i-m i-um
v VVl. t -:f s . 1 I
BEVERIDGE AND HOAR
Hold the Attention of the Senate
with Speeches on the"
STATESMEN DIFTEE VEET WIDELT
Indiana Senator Strongly Advocates Re
tention of the Arrlilprlagro I nder Our
Government anil Ierlares the Filipinos
Incapable of elf-4io ernuieut Hay
State Man Want to Know Where W
Get Anthority to Buy People, and spain
to Hell Them,
nshinjrtun. Jan. 10. -Tliat man
liTTlo knows xlif t-ouiiuon people of tlie
repul.lic. little uii(lertanilsthei!istim ts
of our race. -who thinks we will not
lioM Jt the Philippine arfhix-Iafro I
fust, and holil it forever, ailiiiiiiisiet in
Just soverniiifut ly simplest inetlitMls.
This sentence was the kev-note tf the
Ieech 'leliveied in the senate yester
day by llevcriilire. the. junior senator
from Jni'iana. It was the maiden
speech iu the senate of about the
youngest ineiulier tif ilie ImmIv. The an-
notiui-eiiieiit that he would ildiver an
address -.mlioityins his observations in
the Philippines attracted an unusually
it'Se inimtM-r of amlltors tit I lie al
leries. On the tioor of the senate ev
ery member in the city was in his seat
mil fccoies of representatives caiue
over from tki house.
Charge Aguinst the Autl-Imperlallsts.
.More lu sympattiy than iu cod
rioitiitiitiou." he eharai-terized tlie atti
tude it' the aiiti-iuiperialist senators as
beius r siMHisilile for the blood of
American soldiers. Hut for the di
cussion o.v anti-iiuperlalists ami the
1iom iu tlu.Tasral heart that a. haujre
in tie politic:! I administration would
mean the withdrawal of our troops the
iisurreetiou would have dissolved be
fore It was fairly started.
Philippines Are Ours Forever.
lie also saul: " I lie 1 Inlipuies art
ours forever, territory belonirinir to Hie
I'nired jstates. as the oiistit uiioii -alls
them. Aud just Im-vouiI the 1'hililiilines
ire China' .s illimitable markets. We
ill not refr-at l'rom either. We will
not abandon our opporttiuitv in the
Orient. We will not renounce our part
in Hie mission of our race. trustM. tin
lcr Cod. of the civilization of the world
Vnd we will move forward to onrwook
To Almighty Cod that He has
tnarkiHl us as His chosen people.
Iiollcclorth to lead 11; the regeneration
of the world.
We Are to Rule the World.
"And the Pacitic is the ocean of the
commerce of the future. - Most future
wars will be conflicts for commerce
The power that rules the Pacitic there
fore is the power that rules the world
mil. with the Philippines, that pow-
r is ami will torever be the American
epiiblie. o Today we have om
of the three ;rre;lt ocean pnsscssinns of
the lole. lo-afel at tlie most coin
mamliiitr comiiieicia I. naval and mili-
iry pornls in the eastern seas, within
Lail i t Iinha. sl.ouldi r iu shoulder with
"hina. richer iu its own resources than
my eipial Ikmiv of land on the entire
r!obe. ami peopled by a race which civ
ilization demands shall be improved.'
Defends Urn, Otis Campaign.
I'.evcridiro spoke of the military sit
uation. Iclciilncr Ceneral Otis. Tin
inipaitrn. lie said, bad leeu us jterfect
is possilile with the lorce at hand. He
also declared the averaiie I'ilipino in
apaide or seir-overniiient. ami read u
iiuuiber of interviews with native Fil
ipinos ami with residents of the islands
of other liationalii ies to prove this
statement. lie said we have been too
kind to the natives, and that the only
lesson they could understand was an
object lessoti. He saw the hand of Cod
" in events so vast, so harmonious, so
Im'iiIsh" and closed with the words:
"And so. senators. with reverent
hearts, where dwells the tear of Cod,
the Americau people move forward to
the future of t.'ieir hope and the doincr
of His work." lie was loudly applauded
at the close of his speech and warmly
II OA K KKPLIES TO THE INDIANIAN.
IleiniiMleri of Satan's Temptation
of Christ oil the Mountain.
Hoar, who had been a careful listen
er to the speech of Beveridge. as soon,
as he could make himself heard said
that he had been delighted with the
eloquence of the senator from Indiana.
"I'm glad." said he, "to welcome to the
public service his enthusiasm, his sil
ver speech atid the earnestness with
which he is disposed to discharge his
duty. let. he said, he had listened iu
vain for those words which the Amer
ican people have taken on their lips in
.s ile mil crises. The words, "right, jus
tice, duty and freedom." were absent
from the eloquent address. The beau
ty and eloquence of the seech had re
called that iucideiit in which Satan
had takeu Christ up into an exceeding
high mountain and shown him nil the
Is Frequently Caused by the Worry
Attendant On Dyspepsia.
If vou would win in the Battle of Life
you must have a clear brain, keen
senses, perfect vigor, shrewdness, en
ergy and ambition.
Dyspepsia kills these needful quali
ties. You can't succeed if you are con
stantly tortured by dyspepsia or indi
gestion. But 3'ou can get rid of dys
pepsia, indigestion, biliousness, soar
stomach, or any other ailment of stom
ach or digestive organs by simply
taking one or two of Dodd's Dyspepsia
Tablets after each meal.
With a perfect digestion go a strong.
healthy body, a clear, capable brain,
vijror. ambition, determination, ener-
ry. activity, keen, alert senses. Dodd's
Dyspepsia Tablets ensure all these.
'Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets have nev
er failed to cure any or all of the dis
eases named when they have been
fairly tried. They cannot fail.
Dr. K. B. Strong, New York City,
writing in the American Journal of
Health, describes Dodd's Dyspepsia
Tablets as a remedy which could not
possibly be more efficacious though it
emanated from a council of the leading-
physician cf the world. -
kiii,'t!(iiti4 ui tut r.oriu aau ine giorv
thereof and promised "that all should
be his ir he would but full iluuu and
worship him: and Christ Lad replied
'jet tnee lieluiltl me. aatau:
' Hour declared that practically every
suuemeut ol lact iu tli speevli was re
futed by poveruiiieui reports received
from Admiral Mewey. tieueral Oil
auu irum oiuer omciai sources. here
did Spain ;jet the rihl to sell her
rights ia the Philippines. Hoar aked
Where did liV T'uiled States et th
riht to buy aud sell people like sheep V
1 he jiassacuusetts senator made fr
queut references to and iuoiations
liom the reports of Ceneral Otis and
Admiral liewey and other officers in
the Philippines. These showed, he as
serted, that when Asulnaldo arrived iu
Luzon from Houtr Konij the iimirjients
had an army of VMM Hi: that in the isl
and of Luzon the Filipinos maiutaineti
courts, schools, iuunicip.il jiovernmentji
aud churches, and that peace aud or
der prevailed pretty generally. Spau
ish prisoners were kindly treated
llns. declared lioar. "is the condi
tion of thfriirs which it is proposed to
crush tinder our heels. And that." he
commented, "you call glory."
Hoar referred to Beveridse's state'
inent that the present condition of
warfare was due to utterances in this
country. This he denied, and pointed
out that In Oecemher. i:i.s. the presi
dent had sen a nrocl.iination to Ceu
rai. oils ror punneaiiou to the t ill -
pinos. Ceneral Otis returned the proc
lamation with J lie statement that alter
full consideration of tlie terms "sov
ereijiity." "rifilit of cession." etc.. lie
was convinced they were calculated to
cause an immediate outbreak of hos
tilities. (Ceneral Otis amended the pro
clamation by making the statement:
"I am convinced that it is the inten
tion of tthe government of the I'nited
States to seek tlie establishment of the
most lilH'tal government in ihe Philip
pine." This appeared in the proclamation
published to tlie Filipinos, but a copy
of the actual proclamation of the presi
dent fell into the hands of the. I ili-
pino leaders and precipitated hostili
ties. He declared thre had not been a
time when. If Ceneral Otis had been
able to give assurances of independ
ence to tlie Filipinos, tlie war would
not have terminated.
After reading some passages from
official reports Hoar concluded, promis
ing to discuss the question fully in the
UEMIH'K.ITS HAVE A CAT I Si.
Notable Feature of Which Is the P-enene
of a Silver Party Man.
Washington. Jan. In. A well at
tended caucus of the Democratic mem
bers of the house of representatives
was held last night. Newlauds of
Nevada, of the Silver party, was pres
ent by invitation of lih hardsoii. the
Democratic floor leader, for the pur
pose ol presenting a plan for united
let ion liy all of the elements opposed
to the Heiiublicin organization. New
lauds spoke at considerable leugth
concerning the unilication of the ele
ments opposed to the Hlitical party
now m power.
Iu particular he suggested an ad
visory committee of oue member from
each ol the states, the choice lo lie
made from Democrat. Populists, sil
ver Kopublicans. Silver Independents
and in tact all the elements oppos
ing the Jlepublican party. The pur-
Mse f this committee, it was ex
plained, would be to formulate a pol
icy on the more important public
questions, ami thus secure the advan
tage ol muted action. He stated that
his suggestion was merely tentative
and that after a full consideration of
the subject action could be taken at
some luture lime.
The chief interest of the evening
centered in a resolution, offered by
Representative Robertson of Louisi
ana, with, a view to securing "a steer
ing committee" which would have the
power to lormulate Ihe democratic
policy on iuiiHirtaut questions of leg
islation, and requiring that all Demo
crats should stand by the steering
committee's dictum. The resolution
met witli considerable fa vor. but some
of the inlliientlal members urged him
not lo press tlie matter for the pres
ent ninl he consented to withdraw the
resolution until later.
I P TO TIIK M PIIK.MK COtKT.
Noted Flnitii' lnl Case Started In Mii hignn
hy Ituker and Halilivin.
Washington. Jan. 10. A record and
brief have been received by the clerk
of the supreme court of the T'nited
States in a case from the supreme court
of Michigan that may have a liearing
on the financial question. It is tin;
ease or Maker vs. italdwiu. in which
F. A Baker, a Michigan lawyer, seeks
to test the i-onstitutionulity of the pro
visions of the Bland-Allison act mak
ing the silver dollar of i'.71.."i grans
pure silver a full and unlimited legal
tender in the payment of all debts.
public or private.
Baker claims that the act of 1-S,:t ps-
tahlishing the gold dollar of J.'t.SJ
grains of pure gold as tbe stand
ard of value Is tlie only
valid act In existence making coined
money a full legal tender, aud that all
contracts since entered into payable
in money without stipulation as to the
kind of money can le settled only in
gold ilollars. or in United States notes
redeemable in gold.
He contends that the Bland-Allison
act Is unconstitutional liecause the
bullion vwlue of the silver dollar at the
date of the passage of that act and
ever since then has been less than the
value of the gold dollar, and that con
gress has "no right under the iiower to
coin money to issue a debased coin and
to make it an unlimited tender where
no provision is made for its redemption
In coin of full value."
Summary of Con (tress.
Washington. Jan. lo. Hoar intro-
dui-ed In the senate yesterday a resolu
tion asking of the executive the whole
official history of the Philippine war: it
went over. After that, exc-ept some
routine business, the ncssjon was tak
en up by Beveridge speech on the
Philippines and Hoar's reply. A bill
wan introduced appropriating .".0iO.-
Oou for the construction of public roads
in this country.
The house was not In session yester
day, and uearly all the memlier were
in tlie senate chamler listening to
The Arabs show their- friendliness ,
when meeting by shaking hancU six or ,
eight .times. Arabs of distinction go
beyond this: they embrace each other
several time. , . . ... 1
- DiJD OF A MAD DOCTOE.
It- Kills a ISaUe Whom lie Had Proposed
to Treat 'or Ilinttw
n:nt.t.n. Ia.. Jan. lo. Ir. O. W.
Appleby, for several years tlie leadius
physician at Uri.stow. ISuiler -ouuty, iu
u tit of iiisauity killed u ten months
old child of Henry Wearly. of this
place, while making an examination of
it iu Ir. Hohsou's office in this city.
1 lie parents had brotilit the child to
Dr. Hobson's office to le treated for
some trilling ailment, aud before he
had tiuie to attend to it he was called
out. Dr. Appleby was visiting lr. Hob-
son and the latter suggested that Dr.
Appleby should make the necessary ex
amination, which as soon as Dr Hob-
son had left tlie office he proceeded
lie took the child in his arms
handled it so roughly that the parents
protested, but to no avail. Suddeulv
he put his tumbs under its chin and
with his lingers on top of its head
crushed its fcice in so that blood
gushed out of its nose and mouth.
Then jumping up he seized the child
ny one root and began swinging it
around his head, resisting all efforts of
the terror-stricken pitretUs to stop
him. it was tu,t until help was gotten
that the chilil was taken from him. It
was quite dead. Dr. Appleby declared
;hat Cod had taken the child.
The insane commission was immedi
ately convened and at midnight Or.
Appleby was on his way to the hos
pital for the insane at Independence.
He siemed to recover his senses later
and said lie knew what lie was doin;
when he killed the child, but could not
help if. The cause of "lis insauitv
supposed to be religious excitement.
Mnn nnd Ilia Smoke.
Eerv utile while you read that a
man iHi years old and still hale and
heartv has smoked all his life, but it;
is nevertheless a fact that smoking is
very injurious. Men should be ashamed
that ihey are unable to quit the habit.
Tliis is not written by a man who has
no desire to smoke, but by u man who
smokes a gro::t deal, has tried several
times to quit and couldn't do it.
When you find a boy who is pale and
sick from his first smoke, remember
that his father and his grandfather
are to blame. It will take thousands'
of years to reform the world if we be
gin now. A boy is as certain to look
for a pipe as he is to look for a sweet
heart. His father was guilty of both
offenses before him. Atchison Clobe.
Her Little Confidence tinnie.
"We're playing .railroad traiu," she
said as she pulled her father's paper
away, "and I'm the conductor. Tick
He took a card from his pocket and
handed it to her. She looked at It in
tently for a minute and then handed it i
back. "That was Issued yesterday.
she said, "ami isn't good today. You'll
have to pay cash or get off the train.'
He gave her a dime. He knew he i
had been "worked." but what else
could he do? Chicago Post.
All boys in the Malagasy schools are
enrolled spearsmen when they have;
passed a certain standard. They are
so adept with this weapon that at close
quarters they are more to be feared
than the regular troops armed with
rifles aud bayonets.
Chicago drain anil Proilure.
Chicago. Jan. 9.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Ivv.
January May ....
January May ....
.64tK $ .6.-. $ .644
.67- .fc?H .7
.SO- .SOVi ."0
10. 9 j
it. 1 1 a
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May 5.77'ti 3.771ii
Produce: Hotter Extra creamery,
"&c per To: extra dairy. 24c: packing
stock. 16fil6';f. Egg Fresh stock,
10c per doz. Dressed poultry Turkeys,
choice. 9c per It); fair to good, 84i8Vse;
chickens, hens, "i7Vc: springs. 88Vic;
ducks. KVsfrSc; geef?. 758c-. Potatoes
Pair to choice. 4"iSt)50c. Sweet pota
toes Illinois. Xl.l&Z.'lh per bri. Apples
SI. 5043.00 nor bri. Cranberries Cape
Chicago Live Stm-k.
Hog? Estimated receipts for the day,
C7.000. Sales ranged al $3.90(&4.33 for
pig.o. $4.3041 4.37V for light. $4.30!& 4.37Va
for rough packing. J4.30(ft4.572 for
mixed, and S4.40&4.60 for heavy packing
and shipping lots.
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 4.000. Quotations ranged at S6.-5
fr6.j0 for choice to extra steers. $:.50g)
6.20 for good to choice do.. $4.80&5.45 for
lair lo good do.. $4.10t4.70 common to
medium do.. $4.001 4. 40 butchers' steers,
S4.40S6.25 fed western sftrs, S3.15&4.70
feeding steers, S-i.Otl'ft 4.00 cows. $3.004i)
4.85 heifers. S2.S0(fi 4.2; ouils and oxen.
$3.7."tU4.60 stags. S3.40&4.40 Texas steers,
and S4.004i:7.0 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. 19.0GC. Quotations ranged al S3. 30
(iiiSj westerns. S2.75$t4.9i natives and
Wheat Dull: No. 1 northPrn. 65??68c:
No. 2 northern. 644i64ic. Rye Firm;
No. 1. 5524r56o. Bat ley tSeady : No. '.
445?46c; sample. 35(&43c. Oats Quiet;
No. 2 white. 25'ie.
Hay Timothy taiO: wild. 7.50fia.
Straw 4 .Vi&a.
1'ota oes S-sc.
Butler Choice to fair.
Hen'ss 5c per pound.
Spnn rhirrke H-6e.
Turaeys ic per pjund.
Durks-ec per pound.
Coal Soft. lie.
c: fresh creamery
Cattle Butchers ray for corn
VfvV-. . cows and hi ifers. --ia4',
calves. o-Tt. I
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tu3 Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
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WHO HAS CURED
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VARICOCELE is the most active
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WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. We
nave curea many oases riven upas hopeless, and we mav be abla to cute you. Surgical
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Remember it Pays to Consult the Best First.
The praises we have received for our remarkable sUltl In curing m .w-n n . k.i.i...
bv nil bus compelled us to use tills means in
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What Hell is Paved With.
Byron says, is good intentions. So
make one good resolution, whether
you keep it or not, and resolve to use
nothing but the Frazer coal. When
you find the saving it is, besides satis
faction and comfort, expediency and
economy alone will show you the wis
dom of buying your coal from
Em G. Frazer.
Sawed 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
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. & Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 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. 12, Mitchell A Lynde's bnild
. lng. Address:
A3THCK BUKRALL, Manager.
Bock Island or Colona, IIL
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Life is Health
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Cblearo, e-Surgeon-in-Chief
drains..Sleep.e8snes9, Threatened Insan-
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aujr umcr uuuuiuuu ujc to nervous ciauuaiiuu
cause of Nervous Debilitv. Why trea
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Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, III.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - Rockford, III
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111., - Rockford, 111.
Office. Room 3. Buford block. Rates "
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low aa any
ted. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represent, the following well- .
knows Klre sad Accident Inaur- -ance
Roebester Qermaa Ins Co Roehe.ter, N Y
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DuoHouonnu " Buffalo, N
Buffalo, N V
fidelity and Caeualty
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Offloe corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, .econd floor.
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