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THE-ABGUS. PHI DAY, MABCHO, 1900. -
AXTED-iIHL AT BENNETT S OLOVE
d fur store.
ANTED GrOD Nt. RSE MAID AT
WANTED BOARTina CHOICEROOMr
and board at 2220 Fourth avenue.
TA NT ED-AN EVERGETt". SEN-1BL.E
working -'lrl. at secono avenue.
ANTED-SITfATION TO ASPIST IN"
oltce worrf by jounif nay. tr. n. ,
W ANTED A SITUATION HY KXI'KR
ienwd Meooi'riiiber. Address -4b3i"
UfASTFJ) A PARTNER WITH SOME
V T mesns. Lady preferred. Address iocs
box 43-, Kock Island, lu.
"llfASTEH TO PURCHASE ALL. OK
.irt interest it paying business. Ad
dress llusines.s' cire Au .cs.
WANTED TWO FtTLLY FURNISHED
roorus tor light housekeeping. Young
couple. Addres .. Akcus.
I rr ANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
T V private leasop-s in dancing can do so by
enquiring at zv iu nun avenue, jodm.
TITASTED SOLICITORS FOR ROCK IS-
vv land and Moline. (iood paving business
to right party. Call at 3l Twentieth street
1 1T ANTED GOOD. R KX.I ABLEOILSA T.XS
TV man, on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
IfANTED MCSINEaS MAN TO MEET
v physician in IlliK'M Andre's John c.
MCiretor. f.Tcurr, IC! Handolph street, Chi
WANTED T WOMEN COLLECTOR3 AND
aoUcltora for Kock Island. Permanent
positions. fV Mitf bell & Lynda building, be
tween 5 ana 0 p. m.
-11TANTED Tl RENT A HOME-LIKE
t V liou-.e noma inic' eit'ht or Id r onm. No
i-tnall children. Address - lJeljne.'' c.ire of
AK'.ch giving location.
WANTED-A WOMAN OF EXPERIENCE
would like employment ;is iiurs-. ; cl
t f?ren-r. Inquire at 1"""7 H.iTisun street.
D.ivenport, Iowa. "M M."
WANTED WE WISH To ENOAOE Foi:
a professional inun unofllce ;rirl between
I J and I yearo. Ca l or uddress Eastman A
Co, Kl'.Vi Second avenue.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E M ." A nous.
ANTED A SITCATION HY EXPERI
? n'"ed cook, in rettuurant or hoarding
Louse, or good w;ii:-s in private family. Ap
p.y at No 514 Twenty-second street.
"JANTE!-HLACKSMITH. E X I E It I -
V enced for li-irfcrnrr Steady 300 ar.d
good pay. Address John NeufH'l. M-mphis.
Tenn.care ot James A' Irahntn Wagon shop.
"lIrANTFD-ROARD IN PRIVATE FA M
M ilyfornran and wife. Will be permanent-
location not important if aocomoiod-A-tions
are satisfactory. Address L," AKiil'.".
XT A NTF.D "J" O MACHINISTS AND VISE
V V bands. iood 11 iv aud steady emr-lV-ineit.
1 lie loss Pitntin Press company
Sixteenth street and Ashland avenue, tbii'u
"11 r ANTED I'l'I'ILS TO TAKE I.SSONS
v la Spanish language. Spccul attention
to conversation and correct esprosMon Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Iniiireal puhli: library.
"1 irANTKD-IIOARDERS. NKI.I.Y FCR
M nwhed roorns centrally Ioc;,t,-d Modern
fonventei.i-es ;i:itl food lioriit- fook'ai:. A rse -ni
employes taken and excellent lunches put
up .it I II! rmirtli avenue.
WANTED IfONEST MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for large uourc Salary as
monthly and expenses with increase. Position
permanent. Kncliwe self-addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, 3uu Caxton building,
WANTED MACHINISTS TO TAKE
place of strikers - 1 i)i machine bands
nnd l.mi vic hands ....m1 p.iv anil steady
rnptiiyiuent. A(piv ( Incjk'o Association of
Machinery M-inufacturert. Koom l""7 I isher
l-iiiiilimr. i'hic;o. .11.
WANTED HT7STLINO AGENTS TO
ell our Incandescent gasoline lamps.
Each burner prixluces loo-candie power light:
all stores want them: rood inducements to re
liable salesmen The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Manslitld. Ohio.
"IUANTKV WE DESIRE T) SECT BE
vv the services .f ;i reh.iMe salesman in
your vicinity to handle our lubricating oils and
irrfasps. I. ther.il proposit on ar.d favorable
linces. Aiiuress w 11 h refi-re ces the Amen
, can l'etroieum Product ' o . Kiadlay. Oliio.
WT'ANI EI .Vlti MEN T' HRIX'; THEIR
vv shirts, collars anj cults, and women
to send us their family washing at our spec al
contract rats. All work guaranteed. Uivc
us your address by phone ij.t;. will do the
ret. l-xcel-ior Laundry company, 111 East
Seventeenth street, Kock I -land
WANTKII WOMEN TO HIND DRESS
vv sin. Id at noma. Steady work: distance
no ills. iK . intake: sk vour dealer to show you
Ktr shields and Kora Klap !nse sutiporter-.
Kora s-ields soaji on waist without scwinir
Sr'id P rents for c.italoiruc of witrk. Kora
Shield Co.. hs Itroome street. New York.
"ITrANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
vv monds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
mualeal tnstrumenta. blcvcles. clothlr.jr. dry
Roods, furniture, etc. highest cash prices
paid for second hand poods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
eontldemlal. His new nuintier and location,
1A23 Second avenue. Iioa t forget lu J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
IOK KENT-ROOM Sl'ITA HLE EITHER
for one or two gentlemen. Inquire at
islti Second avenue.
TfOR KENT KfRNISHED ROt.M SI'ITA
.17 Lie for one or two persons. Inquire at
Xs I lflb-and a-hulf aienui-
IfOli KENT DESK ROOM IN OFFICE A IV
Viintj.'e,iu-lv situatetl Appiv to Ev J.
Hurn. room 1J. Mitchell .v Lynde biiildine.
"L)U KENT A NEW STOKE-NOOM -JuXTO
a. on easy terras for the first lx months.
Imiulre of Hto Kader:. l'Jui Street Drurf more.
TilOR KENT AT 1J-J9 SECOND AVENUE,
X larre rooms, well furnished: pas. bath,
steam heat. A flrst-ciA-ss home ta!le Itest
location in the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
JYCHIC-CLAIRVOYANT LOC A T E D
for a siort time at M7 Fourth avenu-.
Absolutely correct tn business, love and mar
raif uSai'-t Consul: her ar.d save time and
w orry and money
IjViK SALE COAL IN ANY QPANITY
of 50 bushel or over at tl 'S per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to anv part of the city.
Leave orders at Commercial houe barber
bop. Rock Island, or Ecos James. Milan
IF YOU WANT TO BTY. SELL. TRADE
or rent anytbir.jr. eceage fce.p or secure a
Situation the Mail it the ore paper in Moline
that can do it for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mai! wants briatr results One-blf cent
per word is the pnre to aii alike canb in ad
vaece. 2-ernt stamps wul do. Evening and
Sunday Mail. Molice. UL
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
Case loans by W. H Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue without puMlty or removal. He
ftiso makes coliecuons hard one a specialty.
A handsome illustrated booklet,
giving a scientific treatise on all
The cause, consequence and cure
of every ailment of the hair and
scalp are fully described in lan
giage that can be understood
by evert- one. The illustrations
are perfect. The opinions of the
lest-knocn scientists and special
ists of the world are freely given.
In fact, it is the most complete
and most comprehensive work
of it.skindevercompiIed. Address
SEVEN SUTHERLAND SISTERS
19 IX-sltrt-ss Strret, New York. X. T.
r. H. THOMAS,
Ceraer Second Avenue ar.d Seventeenth St
FOR SALE-HOARDING HOUSE CHEAP.
Apply to Hull A. Co.
T4IOR SALE OR RENT BOUSE. LARGE
r Imrn itn! HtTli c:irdcn l:ind near town.
Inijuire at thisofHce.
FOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
lot st'xlSO. nine rooTjs. hath r.om and
laundry. Inquire at Donaldson Saw company.
FOR SALE -A NICE PROPERTY. 6.ill30
feet, and uooJ house, and room on lot-for
another house. Apply at 4.il ri(th avesue
7QR SALE- FIRST-CLASS PIANO. BAR-
train, if taken at once. Apply Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west of Elm street on
TTIOR SALE PASTEUR FILTER. NEARLY
X new, with seven CJterlnc tubes, nickel
plated all over. Can be bought for half
oriel 1 a1, cost. A barcaln. Allen. Myers & Co.
FOR SALE -LOTS IN M ENIRY'S AD
dltlon by E. .1. Burns, room I J, Mitchell &
Lynde bu!ldit,if. These lots are on tilth ave
nue, between Tw enty-eiuhth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to rifth uvenu'nr tltn
s reel street car lines. Term to suit pur
chaser. LOST AND FOUND.
IOST AN EN'iMSH SETTER PUP. ON E
J third trrown Return to W. C. Maucker
and receive pay for trouble.
- OST-A PUG DOG WITH BRASS BUT-
JJ ton co lar. If found return to ---,
Twentieth street, and receive reward.
Friday, March 30.
The Senior Class of the Hih
Srhool has succeeded in se
Lake Forest University
Glee, Banjo & Man
to ive an entertainment
March .SO. These clubs con
sist of about thirty lirst-class
intisiciuiis. They come here
wit h a
High Reputation as Entertainers.
Tickets are oOe and may be
had ut limner's jewelry store.
Seats will be reserved free
March !". and :?0.
Direction of Stivi F. Millcs
Twonifhts and tr.atinec Saturday aT
ternoon uti'ii'p. in.
Saturday and Sunday. March
10 and 11.
The comedian. Sam J. Burton, and the
cbtriumiiir comedienne. Miss Lillie Coie-tjj-in.
in the new
A Rupeib scenic production. A hip.
hurrah. hil ircus sensational drama A
roarinir rousini;. rally of fun. laughter
and yells. The noted SI Perkins solo
otclfstraof twelve skilled musicians,
is the stroDireM ever t-resenttd to the
pinlic by a traveling company me of
the most necessary features for a first
class performance Is the best of music
rendered In an artistic m.nner espec
ia'ly is tbi so in Si Perkins, ru mini?
over with son:s. dances, catcny music,
wherea ood orchestra it absolutely
necessary. tee tbe street parade at
noon by the famous Puhtown farmer
band free concert ia front of the op
er htiust at T o ciocic p. m.
P ice l"c. tVr, am- ard c. Matinee
n ices 0c and 0c. Sale of seats at
1-ieuer jew elry ktore Puoce 113.
UmbchTms Cibectio Cr Cmajvbcjujm Kindt &Ca
Friday Night, March 9.
Annual -r'asrement of OTIS SKIN
N r.R and his excellent companv includ
lPiT Ms :kanctt CiitiistiK'k. pres-ntioir
the New York En.p're Thealr.cal com
Prices -te. .sn. TS. (I and l .V) Sale
of seats Tuesday the rttb at Fluke .
Six popnlar and instructive
entertainments for tbe ana
sual small sum of $1.
6 THOMAS McCLARY
March. 15. 1300.
GEH. HARBISON CHAGBIKED.
Doesn't I.Ike the Stories That He Is a Can
. dUlate for President.
InJianapolis. March 'J. The News
says: "It is stated ly Intimate friends
of ;eneral lirrison that he is
c-liasrriued that li:s nauie should le so
fret-ly ned in the newsiaiers of 'the
eouutry in connection with public ques
tions now uiKleroinjr consideration.
The iersjsteut efforts of some newspa
per writers to make it apiear that he
is planning to step forward as an :inti
adminisiration leader, with the hope
that he may be called on to become a
candidate for president, is, it is said.
estecially disiastef til to liim. His
friends say that he hasn"tlhe slijihtest
desire to re-enter politics, aud that all
references to his political aspirations
"One iuau who is near the former
president makes this statement: 'You
may say that if (Jent-ral Harrison had
any thouirht of re-enterinjr polities
which he has not he would not make
his reapjjearauce by criticisms: the ad
ministration.' Keferrin;; to Harrison's
recent declaration against the Porto
Kican tariff bill. The fact is. this man
said that (iencral Harrison's mind has
Hot changed since lie retired from the
presidency. He said at that time that
he had retired from politics to stay,
and it is stated that he has never had
the least desire to reappear before the
public as an aspirant fur re-election to
Texas Corporations Win a Hip Yi tory lt
fors a District Court .Judjfe.
Austin, Tex.. March 0. The corpora
tions ig Texas won a big tight yester
day in the district court here in secur
ing from Judge Morris an opinion
Ihrowingout of court the hundreds of
franchise tax suits pending against all
nii-ivi iiiililii. i-iii-Tu,i-itlitti f,t' t-ivoii
claimed to be due on their franchises.
J he contention was that such fran
chises were taxable the same as per
sonal or real property and under such
contention hundreds of suits have been
brought all over the state to recover
taxes, in some instances as far back as
1S.no and representing thousands upon
thousands of dollars. Judge Morris, the
presiding judge, held that such fran
chises were in no wise taxable under
the law. thus scoring a big victory for
I'll La! Kx plosion in a Mine.
Clinton. Intl.. March !. Uy an ex
plosion of dust at Torrey mines three
miners were probably fatally burned
ami three times that number seriously
injured. Those thought to ln fatally
injured are Charles Kaski. Antonio
I "a sen and William Kelley. There were
eighty men in the mine at the time of
the explosion, and the cool-hcadcdness
of William Kniwn. iit boss, averted
Iteen Flouting for Four Days.
Peru. Iud.. March !. James Smith
was rescued last night from a shanty
drifting on the Wabash. The lint
loilged oil the island west of this city
Wheli his feeble cries were heard. He
slated that he had been without food
four days. lie will probably die.
Flying Fox. winner last year of the
IVrby ami three other big I'.ritisu
races, has lieen sold for SI'.HI.ihio the
record price for a horse.
lr. John Frii'derich. founder, pub
lisher ami editor of the American
Swiss ;.-izette. of New York city, is
Students at lSordeaux. France, who
had aiteiiibd an anii-l'.iitisli meeiing
attacked the Itritisli consulate and the
onsul's private residence with stones.
Several of the crew of the cruiser
Newark are down with the smallpox.
Fire at Lead. S. I .. destroyed forty
buildings and caused a loss f S."tMj,-
ci m i.
The rurlingion. Mo.. Women's Home
Club objects to the practice of pre
senting loving cups, as "conducive to
The ;erman reichsfag has tabled thta
motion to reintroduce whipping A
A Seattle lover who closed a letter
to his best girl by sending "tons of
love and bushels of kisses" has just
paid her .ii.t for breach of promise.
Cy de Yry. who for ten years wan
head animal keeper at the Lincoln
Park Zoo. at Chicago, made an unsuc
cessful attempt to commit suicide b
Charles Yogel. a salesman for Mer
rill i Fldredge, Chicago, is said to
have eloped with Kiltie Kilter, a
Paris is alarmed by the spread of
smallpox in that city.
Floods in l'eru have caused $1,500,
The Best Food
Nature planned that infants
should have only milk for at
least the first year of life. But
thin milk, skimmed milk, will
not nourish. It's the milk that
is rich in cream, or fat, that
4fe ih wnrk TK! H.
I V T T a I . m MS. .
cause fat is positively neces- I
sary for the growing body.
1 Scon's Emulsion
contains the best fat, in the
form of Cod-Liver Oil, for all
They thrive greatly under its use.
Soon they weigh more, eat more,
play better and look better. It's just
the right addition to their regular
food. The hypophosphites of lime
and soda in it are necessary to the
growth and formation of bone and
At mil ilnMrcists: ve. sad St.ao.
SCOTT & BOWSE. Chnns. New York.
JOTTINGS ABOUT JOSLIN.
Ladies' Aid Society Formed With Mrs.
J. W. Walker as President Notes.
Joslin. March 8. Special revival
meetings at Zuma church are now
John Noah ha3 rented a portion of
James Searle's farm.
Mrs James Searle is said to be
very low with pneumonia.
Rev. May is having interesting re
vival meetings at Knterprise.
Monroe Swank was afflicted with a
paralytic stroke Saturday last.
Frank Taulbee and John Wiedeman
have rented the John Swank farm.
Mr. and Mrs. George Pratt, of Iowa,
are visiting their uncle, G. C. Wake.
Miss Lina lees spent Saturday and
Sunday with her parents in Coal Val
ley. Miss Fuller, of Henry county, is
visiting with Mrs. Emil Eckstrom at
The Joslin school, taught by Mr.
Fuller, of Henry county, closed Fri
Miss Mary Fitzgibbons will close
her school" near Cordova Friday,
Charles Snyder has been engaged to
work the coming season for F. E.
Mrs. J. Palmer, of near Hil sdale,
spent Saturday with Mrs. F. E.
Roland Vhitesides family has
been suffering with severe sickness,
but is now better.
Large quantities of tish are being
caught in Rock river, some obtaining
5C0 pounds in a short time.
James Donahoo's children are very
sick with scarlet fever. Dr. Rice, of
Hillsdale, is in attendance.
Iiertha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Osborne, was quite sick with
fever. Dr. Bruner being called in.
Ira Wainwright's youngest child
was quite sick with congestion of the
lunes. Dr. Johnson was called in.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hubbart will
start for Sac county. Iowa, next Tues
day to visit Mrs. llubbart's brother,
C. N. Searle, and family.
Last Thursday evening there was a
party at the residence of F. E. Cro Tip
ton, Jr., in honor of Miss Lees, of Coal
Valley, 40 being present.
A Ladies" Aid society has been or
ganized at Joslin with a membership
of 20. The following ollicers were
elected, President, Mrs. J. V. Walk
er; vice president. Miss M. Liphatdt;
secretary and treasurer. Miss F. Tins
man; organist, Mrs. C. M. Hubbart;
advisory committee, Mrs. W. H.
Whiteside, Mrs. Ella Wainwright and
Miss Myrtle Heald; social committee,
Mrs. R. Matthews, Mrs. M. Oliver,
Miss Flora Tinsman, Mrs. W. H.
Whiteside and Mrs. John Dailev.
SHALL WE DISPUTE?
The Opinions of Scores of Onr Fellow Citl.
Residents of Rock Island, like other
American citi.ens, if making an in
vestment, want-to be sure of getting
the worth of their money. They
want to know all the whys and where
fores, and in a direct ratio to the
value of the investment they burrow
and ferret until satistied with the col
lateral. Take an instance in the
realm of proprietary articles. If we
know of a friend who has been cured
we have some faith in the prepara
tion; if we know of two or three, our
faith increases. If the cures reach
scores of all well known citi.ens, and
anyone who still maintains that there
is nothing beyond ordinary merit in
the said preparation can safely be left
to the care of his fellow taxpayers. If
he wishes to quarrel with them on
tbe question of their judgment and
veracity, he has ami le opportunity in
RDck Island to do so. Begin with
this case: Patrick Rooney, of 130!
Fifth avenue, bricklayer, says: "Tak
en witba soreness across my loins and
other symptoms of kidney complaint,
I went to a physician who treated me
at intervals for three years. Receiv
ing little if any benent. I resorted to
advertised sure-cures, but the trouble
resisted all my efforts, the Intense
pain in the small of my back and lim
ited control over the kidney secretions
being always in evidence." Learning
of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a
box at the Harper house drug store.
If that one box had not helped me I
never would have followed up the
treatment aud bought live more. I
have been exposed to all kinds of
weather, but up to date there has not
been a symptom of a recurrence."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn company, Buffalo. K.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Open Dnorln China.
London. March !. Answering a
question in tho house of commons yes
terday the parliamentary secretary for
the foreisrn office. Frodrick. promisMl
that papers wnull shortly be presented
to the house dealing with the subject
of fireat I'.ritain co-opera tine with the
T'nited Stales in einlea voting to arrive
at au agreement with the powers t se
cure equal oioprtunitie! for tli trade
of all nations throughout the whole of
Min Wants Iniratigatinn.
Wa-hincton. March !. Mason intro
duced a resolution iu the senate yes
terday for a curonolopjcal recapitula
tion of tiie opinions of all the secre
taries of Male who hare had to do
with the Clayton-Bulwer treaty. Gen
eral I.ew Wallace recently said that
Blaine believed the treaty void by
;reat Britain's action, while tbe state
department recently stated that only
Frelinghuys-en believed that way.
When you want something to heal
a burn, or a sore, or a cut, why not
try Banner Salve, which is guaranteed
the most healing ointment in the
work. Ail druggists.
LaGrippe made you tired, and
you are tired, out. You are
tired ia muscle and tired in
brain, tired in body and tired
in mind. Your heart is tired,
your nerves are tired, you are
tired ail over. You are too
tired to rest, too tired to alep
and you feel worse in tbe morn
ing than you did -when you re
tired at niht. Yu must bT
rest rest for your worn-out
nerves and your weary brain
rest that will give your tired
body a chance to recover. You
can get it right away if yon
send to your druggist fcr
Don't put it off but get it today,
and you will have the lirst night
of soothing, sweet, refreshing
sleep you have had since the
grip first got you in its clutch.
"I had LaGrrppe ad tbe disease hang on
me for frre weeks ia spite of everytlHac. I
had a fluttering pain abent my heart, could
not eat anyChiof, was run-down, weak, nerv
ous and unable to iWp. In fact I was all
tired oat and had no arabiUsa ior anything.
1 begaa taking Dr. Mites' Nerrme and found
rest aud sweet sleep the first nipht. I also
used Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and Dr. Miles'
Nerve and Liver Pills, and can y, truly,
tney accomplished wonders far me.
Mrs. Eliza L Maste&s, Monitor, lad.
Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold at all dnr?
gats on a positive ruarantee. Send for tree
advice and booklet to
Dr. Miles Medical C:, Elkhart, Intf.
Rullt Hole in Ills Itreant.
Olrjev. Ills.. March 1. Charles S
Mace was found dead in his orchard
near this city Wednesday evening with
a bullet hole in his breast. He disap
pea rod Tuesday afternoon and citizens
lial been scurcmn.se for him all day.
Mace was secretary of the Olney Loan
anil lluildius; association and the state
examiner was here investisratini: his
accounts. He was also president of the
Linden Lawn Karmins company.
Sinus City Kppullicaii.
Sioux City. la.. March !. Sioux City
Kepublicans have named a ticket head
eil by A. 1 1. Burton for mayor. Thecam
jiairn will be warm. The saloou ques
tion will be the feature.
Chicago Grain Knit Produce.
Chicago, March S.
Fcillowiticr wore the quotations on the
Chicasn Hoard of Trade today:
24", ye per lb;
n.svi r.!2'.j r..2 n.92'4
, 5.S5 5.D5 5.Si 5.y2Va
Huiter Extra creamery.
extra dairy. 23c; packing
Krr! Fresh stock. lC'-jC
Dresptd poultry Turkeys,
choice. UrfzlOc per ll; fair to pood. S'iW
9'c; chickens, hens, !ifi9Hc; ducks, 9Vi
fa 10c; geese. sfiSc. Potatoes Fuir to
choice, 41'?i'46c per bu. Sweet potatoes
Illinois. $3.50(j4.0O r brl. Apples
J2.00(ff3.50 per brl. Cranberries Bell
and bugle. $3.509.75.
C'hicajrn Live Stork.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
27.(100. Sa'.es ranged at $4.1 oi 4.75 for
pips. 4."f.i.4.!24 for light. J4.7v5!fj 4.85
for rough packing, $4.7;tfj i.'JlVs formixed
and $45j"5.0'J for heavy packing and
Cattlf Estimated receipts for the
day. 12.500. Quotations ranged at $5.50
(i5.90 for choice to extra steers. t'l.Wp)
5.50 for good to choice do., t4.50fi4.90 for
fair to pood do.. $3.9"'i(j 4.40 common to
medium do., $4.00'? 4.30 butchers' steers'.
$4.30fi5.60 fed western steers, $3.40fj4.S0
feeding steers. $2.0O(fj4.25 rows. JXOOCfX
4.75 heifers. $2.80f4.25 bui'.s and oxen,
$3.7."T4.60 stags. $3.701 4. !0 Texas steers.
and $5.00ii..5 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. 14.000. Quotations ranged at $4.75
015.93 westerns. $4.0015.95 natives. $5.70
6i'.h0 western lambs, and $5.357.43 na
Milwaukee. March R.
Wheat Steady: No. 1 northern. 66c;
No. 2 northern. 63U.!4r. Rye Steadv;
No. 1. 3C(i3SV,c. Barley Dull; No. 2.
42ft43c; sample. 3fx43c. Oats Steady;
Mu, 2 white. -h'ld1niC
Sheep 4??,4' ,c.
'or a Kt3.ic.
Hv Tlmothv. ?;10.
Butter Choice to fair, 20c: fresh creamery,
Hens 5Sc per poucd.
Sprina chickens 7c.
1 nicks 7c.
Coal Soft. lie.
Cattle llutcher par for corn fed steers.
5,Vc: cow and heifers. 3:'iLic calves.
Hogs 4.5'3l 75.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Ths Kind You Kavs Always Bought
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NATURE'S HAI& GROWER?
Positively Oiarastiid to Rimopi ini Naip
PFOCMS HAIR fFOM f4Lllf. OUT CUPLS DiDKUIf PHfUMS BAIDMSS
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RUSSIAN CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHICAGO.
For sale In Rock Island by W. H. Marshall. Druggist. Harper Houm Pharmacy.
For Sale at Harper House rharmacy.
NOBBY SPRING SUITING
All the very latest novelties in spring suiting will le
found now, "on display at (Jus Englin'. Spring suits
lx, iJ'JO. $'22 and 25 and upward. Call and examine
JOHK II . PABIDOM.
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
Estate of John Mul'jueen. deceased.
The underslKned bavi&K oeen appointed ex
ecutrix of the luHt will and testament of John
Mulqueen, late ot the county of Kock Inland,
tate of Illinoi-s. deceased, hereby itlves
notice that she will appear before tbe county
court of Kock Island county, at the oounty
court room, in the city of Rock Isl
and, at the May term, on tbe first Mon
day In Mav next, at which time all per
sons hannif claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, ror the pur
pose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated thla 20th day of February. A. D. Hno.
Kate Hkinn, Executrix.
Estate of Eliza M. Brooks, deceased.
The undersigned bavlng been appointed ad
ministrator of tbe estate of Kli.a M. lirooks.
late of tbe county of Jtock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before tbe county court of Kock
Island county, at the county court room. In tbe
city of Kock Island, at the May term, on
the first Monday in Mav next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, tor
tbe purpose of bavlng tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated tbis?7tb dav of February. A. D. 19C0.
William Hookm, Admistrator.
Estate of William Stewart, deceased.
Tbe undersigned bavlng oeen appointed
executrix of the last will and testa
ment of v Uliani Stewart, late of tbe
county of Kock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice tbat she will
appear before the county court of. Rock
Island county, at the county court room. In
tbe city of Kock island, at tbe Mav term.
on tbe first Monday In Mav next, at which
time au persons navloK claims against said
estate are notified and requested to at
tend, for tbe purpose of having tbe same ad
All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment to
Dated tbls 1st day ot March, A. D. 1100
Vhah em J. bTKWAHT, Kxecutrlx.
Estate of Albertlna M. Detjens. deceased
Tbe undersigned, bavlng been appointed exe
cutor of tbe laxt will and testament of Alber
tlna M. D-tDn. late of tbe county of Kock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, berebv rives
notice tbat be will appear before the countv
court of Rock Island county, at the county
court room. In the city or Kock itland. at the
May term, on the first Monday in May next
at whlcn time ail persona having claims'
against said estate are notified and requested
to attend for too purpose of having tbe same
All Dersons indebted to said estate are re-
Suested to make immediate payment to tbe un
ersigned. Dated tMi ota day or Marcn. a. d. uoo
c. U. MAAhaALiL, zecutor.
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work Is the best
that Is turned out in this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUEKSFELD & SEXTON. 1814 Third Ave.
The Old Fashioned Pumps.
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps of modern construction
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and wc can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street.
GUS ENGLIN, ,
Kt3 Second Ai
BKNBT A. PABIDO
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co.', - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. Philadelphia, I'a.
Eockford Ins. C.- - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Ilaven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111., Eockford, 111.
Office. Room 3. Iluford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
Rochester German las Oo.
Qerman " .
Buffalo German. " .
German Fire ".
New Hampshire " ..
MUwaukee Meeb antes " ..
Fidelity and Casualty
....Roe heater, N Y
Huffalo. N Y
..Manchester. H H
......... ..New York
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
J. M. Butord,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any
can afford. Your
f s'.ronage lasollo
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