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THE AH GUTS, MONDAY, APfilLO, 1900.
COOK AT 2,82o FIFTH I
XfTANTED-GII FOR GENERAL. HOUSE- I
v V work at 1SI7 nilDieoue.
fTTANTED-GIRL. KORGESKRAL HOU8E-
f woik M 71J j wenijinini nrcci.
VV maid. Apply at Harper house.
w-gT ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
V V and board m sat Fourth avenue.
1 1T ANTED A GI'L. FOR GENERAL I
TV housework at 1218 Fourth avenue.
ITT ANTED A GENTLEMAN BO RDER IN
T T private family at 1W4 Filth avenue.
TTTANTED SECOND GIKl. IV KITCHEN
T at Kirkmen's rrstauiant, 3045 Fifth eve-
TTTANTED YOUNG NURSE GIRL. IN-
VV autre of Mrs. T. A. Murphy, 567 Elm
TTTANTED TO RENT A SIX OR SEVEN
YV room bous. centrally located. Ad
dress 42, Abgc office.
WANTED A BRIGHT
the printer's trade.
BOY TO LEARN
Apply at Kramer
& Co. 's, 1&04 Second avenue.
TTTANTED GIPL FOR GENERAL HOUB-
VV work in family or two. Apply to j. w.
Ferris, jeweler at McCabe s.
WANTED TWO FULLY FURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping-. Young
couple. Addresi "B.." Abgcs
TTTANTED SOLICITORS FOR FOCK IS-
TT land and Moline. Good paying buaioest
to right party. Call at 319 Twentieth street
WA NTED GOOD. RELIABL9 OIL SALES
man. on Aommtaalon or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and implement company, Cleveland,
TTTANTED A LADY OR
to act as aeent in this city for an east
ern medical bouse. Apply at 3112 Fifth avenue.
G. W. Warren.
TTTANTED A FURNISHED HOUSE BY
V? vnunir nounle without children. Must
have modern conveniences. Address '"X. Y.
Z," care of abgt.
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
Bositions. 60 Mitchell At Lynda building, be
tween t and 8 p. m.
TTTANTED TO KENT SMALL HOUSE OR
v T cottsge with all modern improvements
Two In family Address
A buck vfflce,
g'tlng full particulars.
ANTED FOOM AND BOARD IN A
over e gbt blocks from Spencer square.
dress HB). AiK.rsomce.
TAT ANTED LOCAL SOLICITINO AGENT
If for accident Insurance; one who ean de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E M." Abgus.
WANTED BY YOUNG MARRIED
couple, two or three unfurnished rooms
Tor light housekeeping, witn modern conven
iences on or about May I. Must be centrally
located. Address "U. W. K." abgcs.
TITA NTED HONEST MAN OR WOMAN
IT to travel for large house. Salary tfio
monthly and exDennea with increase.
permanent. Enclose self-addressed
envelope. Secretary, 300 Caxton
IT sell our Incandescent
Each burner produces 100-candle power light;
all stores want them: good inducements to re
liable salesmen. Tbe Ohio Illuminating 00m
pany, Maosntld, Ohio.
TIT ANTED fM) MEN TO
v V shirts, collnrs and cuffs.
ind 1X women
to send us their family washing at our special
contract rates. AU work guaranteed. Give
us your address by phone 4.n. we will do the
rest. ExoelKlor Laundry oompany, 114 East
Seventeenth street. Rock Island
T JO" A NTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA-
TV monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid tor second nana gooas or an mnas aiso.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. A U business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and looatlon,
162S Second avenue. Don't forget lb J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1847.
T7K)R RENT FURNISHED ROOM AT
J- x27 Fourth avenue, suitable for two gen
tlemen. TjlOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT--f
able for one or two gentlemen, 2W8 Fifth-snd-a
"TJOR RENT WEST HOUSE
JL d weilingH on Fourth avenue;
modern. Apply to Keidy Bros.
; eight rooms;
RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT 11)5
Seventeenth street: suitable for ladies or
gentlemen: investigats. B Kedeker.
TJIOK RENT DESK ROOM IN OFFICE AD
'S, vantageousiv situated. Apply to E.
Burns, room 12, Mitchell & Lynde building.
"TJTOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
-A- light housekeeping, two on ground Boor
and one up stairs. Inquire at IW'IThird avenue.
TJIOR RENT SMALL STORE. IN GOOD
-A location, suitable for dressmaker, mil
Uner or watchmaker. Rent 46. Apply at 1110
1 nira avenue.
TjXR RENT ROOM HOUS1 WITH WA
-A. ter and scwerairc. at 223 Twenty-tlrst
appiy at city ciera s omce. Mrs.
TJTOR RENT AT I2SB SECOND AVENUE,
-a- larsre rooms, well rurnlabed: gas, bat
steam heat. A first-class home table Best
location in the elty. Corner Thirteenth street
and beoond avenue.
TTIOR KENT THE HOMESTK D OF THE
A- late tillptn Moore. No. Fifth avenue
will be for rent My 10 Large, modern bouse
with all conveniences and steam heat. Four
acres in iawn a id grounds. Inquiry may be
madeof theexecutresaes, Mrs-Jennle B Moore.
(.v) Fifth avenue, or Mrs, Adab L. Martin, 610
1 wraiy-iaira street.
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST-A RING WITH FIVE OPALS ON
J Fourth avenue, between Fourth and
iagntn streets t xnird avenue and up to
MoriMntb street. Finder return to Minnie
Freeman. 1827 Sixth avenue, and receive re
1 SYCniC-CLAIRVOYANT L O C A T F. D
-a for a shorn time at fl7 Fourth avenue.
Absolutely correct la buslnem. love and mar
riage affairs. Consult her and aave time and
worry and money.
TjIOR SALE COAL IN ANY
-a? of 50 bushels or over at IX.7S ner
livered C. O. D. - to aey part of the elty.
Leave orders at Commercial bouse barber
shop. Rock Island, or Esoa J acne. Milan
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL. TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mail la the one paper In Uoliae
that ean do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results One-half eent
per word Is the prise to all alike, eaah la ad
vance. 9-cent stamps will do. Evening and
bund ay Mail. Moline, UL
I7INE ARTS LESSONS GIVEN IN OIL
- pastrl. water oolor sad china p via tings
crayon and pastel portraits, at my studio over
Adams' Wall Paprr company, on Twentieth
street between Ttird and Fourth avenne .
Three hour lesson 60 cen la Hours t to 12 and
1 to . Ordei s taken for all kinds of art work.
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better than a
crown of glorious
hair. To attain
beautiful hair is
neither difficult or
expensive. A fair trial of
our preparations con
vinces. Mrs. N. E. Copeland,
Oakland, Kansas, writes:
" I have used the Seven Sutherland Sisters
Hair Grower and Scalp Cleaner for about two
months and find that my hair has ceased falling
oat and is bright and healthy in appearance.
Any inquiries will be cheerfully answered."
What this wonderful remedy has done
for her it will do for anyone.
5oM by dealers everywhere.
T. H. THOMAS,
Comer Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
A. boat. Address
FOR SALE LOTS IN HEID EM ANN'S AD
dliiOD on easv terms. ADolvat Ueidemann
s. aenroeaer's. wi Ninth avenue.
"C10R SALE A GOOD BAR ICEBOX, WTLL
A be sold on reasonable terms. Box may
d seen oy calling at 221 Twentieth street.
T7KR SALE RIVERSIDE RANGE, GAS
mJ range, four bedroom nets, parlor set. re
frigerator and chairs at 1134 Second avenue.
TTIOR SALE FIRST-CLASS PIANO. BAR
X; gain, if taken at once. Apply Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west of
Kim street on
tnOR SALE GOOD HIGH BUILDING LOT
-L on Nineteenth street between Eleventh
and Twelfth avenues. Will be sold at a bargain
if tasen at once. Address "a. w .,' a ruis of
OR SALE-MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
hiuDdry. between meventb andTwelfth streets
on Fourth arenue. inquire at Donaldson's
mOR SALE 7
-ROOM HOUSE AND TWO
-A. lots cbeao.
Grapes, fruit and shade trees.
Located one blocs west of Ninth street and
south of race track. South Rock Island. In
quire at ahucs office.
SALE LOTS IN MrKNIRY'S AT
dltton by E. J. Burns, room 1:2. Mitchell Si
Lynde building. These lo's are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Kim
s'reet street car lines. Terms to suit pur
chaser. FOR SALE-ATA BARGAIN. SEVERAL
almott new bicycles, a genuine Singer
sewing machine, a ISO volume library, at from
10 cents a volume to H among which are a
full set of Adam Clark's Commentaries, Kid-
path's History of tbe World, Chamber's En
cyclopedia, eight volumes. Also several gold
watches. Eastman it Co., 1712V4 Second aven
ue omce open Monday, Wednesday and Sat
ONEY TO JAPAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security. W. L. Coyne,
30 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
fONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
iT-L gage loans by W. H Eastman, 1712 Beo-
jnd avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
PERSON A I, YOUNG
LADY OF MEANS
could be kind a husoand, rich or poor, who 11
have her. Addresi with stamp, box 126, An
Notice Application fer Change of Name.
Notice is hereby given thtt the undersigned
will, at tbe May term, A. D., 1900. of the cir
cuit court of Mock Island county. Illinois, which
convenes on tbe 7ib day of May, A. D., 1U0O,
make an application to said court for leave to
change his name from that of Carl Oscar Al
exander S waason, which be now bears, to that
of Carl Oscar Morland, by which name to be
assumed he Is to be thereafter known and
Anvone Interested can arpear in said court
and file objections to such Intended change of
name if they so desire, and may show cause
wny the court should not grant the prayer of
CARL OSCAR AL1XANDEB SWANBON.
Sale of Real Estate.
To all persons whom It may concern:
Notice is hereby given that tbe undersigned.
Martha Wirlg, guardian of Josephine virig.
Mary Martha Wirlg, Einll Wirig and Nicholaus I
Wlrlg. minors, will make application to tbe
county eourt of Rock Island county, at a reg
ular term thereof, to be held at tbe court house
In tbe cltv of Rock Island, in said count, on
tbe Orst Monday of May. A. D., 1WU0, being the
seventh day thereof, for an order and decree
of said court, directing her as said guardian.
to sell tbe following -real estate belonging to
slid minors, or so much thereof as shall
seem to said court to the interest of said min
ors, situs' ed in the county of Rock Island and
state 01 iiimoit. town:
The one-fourth ( h undivided Interest In the
rollowlnir described real estate: Fourteen
feet (l ft.) ten Inches (10 la.) from or the east
side of lot No. ten (10) and all of lot No. elev
en (II) except the east fourteen feet (14 ft.)
ten tincbes (10 in ) thereof, being the west
thirty-eight and one-half feet (S8S ft.) of said
lot No eleven (11) in block ten (10) in that
part of the ciy and county of Rock Island and
state of Illinois known as Thompson A
Well's addition to said city, reference oeing
had to tbe original put of said addition for
tbe sap port and education of said -minors, and
for the purpose of investing such of the pro
ceeds of said su'e as sua 1 not be immediately
requisite for said support- and 'education in
other real estate, or of otherwise invesiing
, Martha Wirh;, Gusrdian of said Minors.
Lrjuoi.pH A Reynolds. Attorneys.
Best Dining Car Service.
P1i wrfto ea
Ceiisda V aLa . BZ. INSTIT
'wrosw. ssBsjagajae PV1SIII,
f? -O a. For
OUTLOOK FOR WHEAT
Illinois Fields Give Promise of a
Good Crop, Barring; the
Springfield, Ills., April 7. The fal
lowing spring crop bulletin has been
Issued by tbe state board of agricul
ture: "Keports received at the depart
ment of agriculture from forty-eight
counties in the central and southern
portions of Illinois, the wheat growing
section of tbe state, give the condition
of wheat on April 1 as GO per cent, of a
seasonable average. Considering the
fact that the plant bad almost no pro
tection from snow during the winter
this is a very fair condition, and when
the weather becomes warm enough to
start the plant to growing, it is prob
able that it will turn out even better
than it promises at this date.
Beat Show In the Central Connttes.
"The most favorable conditions ob
tained in the central counties, where
the lowest condition reported is 70 per
cenL In Brown county. Here Hessian
fly injured the early wheat, and the
late snow was frozen, but in most of
the counties in this section the April
condition is above SO ier cent., and
many of them run above an average.
Mioum the ravorable conditions con
tinue, central Illinois will produce the
largest wheat crop in a great many
Southern Section Promises Well.
"While the reports from southern Il
linois are not quite so favorable as in
the central division, there Is still the
promise of a very fair crop should no
unfavorable circumstances occur be
tween now and harvest. Union coun
ty reports the best condition in forty
years .xi per cent. atove an average.
Ti e freeze in March in this section of
the state is largely responsible for the
HOW IT'S BACKED.
Undoubted Reliability Is Expressed
Kock Island Indorsement.
What yon want is home indorse
ment. Tbe backing of people you know.
Rock Island proof for Rock Island
That's what follows here.
Surely no better backing can be had
than the following statement from
John Mager, of 223 Eighteenth street,
proprietor of the Architectural Iron
and Brass works, who says: "There
were such terrible pains through my
kidneys that I could hardly sit down
or iret up without suffering from
sharp, shooting pains through my
back. In the morning I often felt so
lame and sore that I could not get up
and I was practically rolled out of
bed, and more than once my wife has
assisted me to get up. I bad my
attention called to Doan's Kidney
Pills and got a box at Marshall &
Fither's drug store. A few doses
seemed to relieve me; as I continued
taking the remedy, the pains grew
less, and' after using one box I was
entirely free from them. I got a sec
ond box, and before I had finished it
the trouble left me.1'
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
alo, N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
President McKlnley drank no wine
at the recent Ohio society banquet. He
turned bis glass down at the beginning
of the feast.
Senator Hoar's fad is the cultivation
of flowers. When not busy in Wash
ington he spends several hours a day
working in his garden during the sea
son. King Leopold of Belgium would have
a fortune of about $75,000,000 had it
not been for the vast sums he has
sunk In the Belgium colony in the
Congo country, which still draws
heavily on his majesty's resources.
Mr. Lnbouchere responded to an in
vitation to attend a dance, given in aid
of the Northampton Reservist fund,
by forwsrding ten guineas and a note,
in which he said: "I have always
thought it is somewhat grewsome for
tine ladies to get up balls in Londou
to help the wounded. They would do.
better to contribute what they can
without dancing over graves."
How sad it is to see weak
childrenboys and girls who
are pale and thin. They can
not enjoy the sports of child
hood, neither are they able
to profit by school life. They
are indeed to be pitied. But
there is hope for them.
has helped such children for
over a quarter of a century.
' Your doctor win tell you it is both
tbod and medicine to them. They
hoin tn rvrk nn at once nnAW if
use. Their color improves, the flesh $
becomes more firm, tne weight
increases and all the full Cfe and
f childhood return
A becomes more firm, tne weight A
X increases and all the full Cfe and X
7 vigor of childhood returns again. Y
y At all diussUU; aac and fi-co.
A SCOTT & BOWSE, Chemists, New York. A
GETTERAL 0TI3 BELIEVED.
Cnblee That Private Business Requires
His Attention at Heme for Awhile.
Washington, April 9. General Otis
baa been formally relieved of the com
mand of tbe United States forces in
the Philippines and of the Eighth army
corps. The correspondence showing
bow this was brought about was made
public at the war department Satur
day afternoon. General Otis cabled
that "private interests require my re
turn to the state; absent from family
and business, attention to which im
portant, since November, 1897, except
few days; wish to sail by May 1st if
MAJOR GENERAL ELWELL S. OTIS.
possible; believe matters here ean be
placed in qnite satisfactory condition
by that date; although large repres
sive military force must be maintained
The reply to this was that "the
president regret to have you leave tho
Philippines, but be feels that your dis
tinguished and successful service in
both military acid civil administration
for nearly two years entitles you to
prompt compliance with whatever
wish you choose to express regarding
your assignment to duty."
General MacArthur is appointed
military governor, to succeed Otis, who
cabled in reply that he would "remain
until certain important modifications
civil administration determined. New
code judicial criminal procedure ap
proaching completion and other mat
ter receiving consideration; think can
leave about Msy 1."
SHOWS EDISON SOMETHING,
And It Is Something- In Electricity, '
New York, April 9. A remarkable
experiment was made at the labora
tory of Thomas A. Edison, at Orange,
N. J., where a piece of iron was incited
in exactly live seconds. Louis Dreyfus,
of Frankfort-on-the-Main, showed Edi
son this new process for attaining an
enormous degree of what in an almost
incredibly short space of time by tho
combustion of a certain chemical com
pound which the inventor keeps a
secret. The chemical compound is used
in connection with powdered alum
inum. Dreyfus placed a half cupful of his
chemical in a small crucible and cov
ered it with a small quantity of the
powdered aluminum. lie then placed
. . . 1. ,
an iron wrencu aoout nan an men
thick and six Inches long in the cruci
ble. Touching a match to the com
pound Urcffus stepped back, and the
mixture blazed up furiously. In five
seconds the iron wrench was melted.
It is estimated that the heat evolved
in the process was U.000 degrees centl
crade. hitherto considered Impossible
to reach. The value of the process is
in welding together steel rails and tub
ing. MORE TROUBLE IN KENTUCKY.
Two'Factiona of Mountaineers at Dagger's
Point mt Mlddleaboro.
Louisville, Ky., April 9. A special to
The Commercial from Mlddlesboro,
Ky., says: "Much excitement prevails
here over a clash of the authorities
Saturday night Will Mosley, a special j
policeman, shot Charles Cecil, a deputy
sheriff, and was himself ltfter killed by
unknown persons. Warrants have been
sworn out for" the arrest of Chief of
Police King. John Mosley (a brother of
the man killed), and Will Sullivan.
"The latter two. who were extra po
licemen, went with Chief of Police
King to arrest a negro who had been
released by the city Judge. The fight
Is the outcome of the bitter feeling
that has existed here between two fac
tions, and the end is difficult to pre
dict. The situation is alarming."
President Adams Slay Resign.
Madison. Wis., April 9. President
Charles Kendall Adams, of the Uni
versity of Wisconsin, is at the Hot
Springs of Arkansas, for bis health,
and rumor has it that he will forward
his resignation of tbe presidency from
there. For the last two years his health
has been bad and increasingly long
recurring spells of Illness culminated
in a siege this spring, and for a long
time bis life was despaired of.
Strike at Indianapolis Ended.
Indianapolis, April 9. Saturday
night at a mass meeting of 600 union
carpenters of this city an agreement
was reached with the contractors by
which the strike which has prevailed
for a week was abandoned. The agreed
scale includes 30 cents an hour, or 5
cents less than demanded, and the ab
solute recognition of union labor em
ployment of none who do not belong
to the union.
Insanity Wss la the Family.
Muneie. Ind.. April 9. Saturday,
near Lapel, Mrs. Rudolph Cravens,
aged 40. set fire to tbe barn and was
cremated in the structure in the ab
sence of her husband. She had taken
treatment in an insane hospital, but
was released as cured. Three week
ago her brother, Allen Dewitt, hanged
himself in the same barn.
Death of Emit VTalschner.
Indianapolis, April 9. Emil Wulsch
ner. a prominent dealer in musical in
struments, died of heart disease yes
terday morning. He was born in Sax
ony in 1847, was a friend of Wagner,
served in tbe Bavarian army, was in
the Franco-Prussian wax, was wound
ed at Sedan, and bad amassed wealth
since coming here.
G. A. R. Post Changes Its 'ame.
Wayne. Mich., April 9. With the
consent of the grand commander of the
G. A. It. and the widow of the late A.
L. Patrick, of Detroit Wavne nnt X
431. G. A. It-, has changed Its name to I
Alexander 1 ratnek post? o. 431. I
Kills Girl n the Street Because He Was
"Infatuated" with Her.
Wavcrly, N. Y.. April 9. Miss Kate
Tobin. 20 years of age, was shot and
Instantly killed in the street near her
home in this city Saturday night by
Fred Krist. a young mcrried man.
Krist was about SO years of age and
had been separated from his wife for
a couple of years. For some months
he had bon attentive to Miss Tobin.
although bis acquaintance was bitterly
opposed by the girl's family. He
seemed madly infatuated with the girl.
Krist drank heavily and then watched
for Miss Tobin from a hotel window
that commanded a view of her home.
Shortly after he took his position be
saw her leave the bouse, accompanied
by her sister.
He immediately left the hotel,
walked up to the pair, and grasping
Miss Tobin by the wrist held her for
a moment while he fired a bvrilet
through her head. Miss Tobin dropped
to the ground and died immediately.
Standing over her, Krist fired stiree
more shots at her body. He then sur
rendered to the police. Krist says that
he intended to kill the girl and both of
her sisters, and does not know why
he did not shoot at the sister of the
dead girl who was with her.
DEPARTMENT STORE BURNED.
Time In Three Years This Time
the Cost Is $1,500,000.
Pittsburg. April 9. For the second
time in three years the extensive de
partment store of Joseph Horn &
Co., at the corner of Fifth street and
Penn avenue. Is in ruins, having
burned yesterday morning early.
A member of the firm says the build
ing was valued at $750,000 and was in
sured for $450,000. The stock was
valued at $1,000,000. with insurance in
the neighborhood of $800,000. The total
loss is figured at $1,500,000.
Senate and House In Brief.
Washington, April 9. During almost
the entire session of the senate Satur
day an amendment to the Indian ap
propriation bill offered by Jones of Ar
kansas providing for the continuance
of the uovernment help to sustain In
dian schools was under consideration.
The whole question of sectarian
schools was gone over at length. Vest
supporting the amendment and eulo
gizing the Jesuit work among the In
dians. The amendment was pending
when the senate adjourned, the vote
upon it disclosing the fact that no quo
rum was present.
The house Saturday paid tribute to
the memory of the late Richard Parks
Bland, of Missouri, popularly known
as "Silver Dick" Blamd, who was a
member of the house for twenty-six
years. Splendid eulogies of his life and
career were onered Dy members on
on both sides. At the conclusion of
the ceremonies the house as a further
mark of respect adjourned.
Mrs. Dewey's Religious Faith.
Washington. April 9. A report Was
in circulation here last night that Mcs.
Dewey had left the Roman Catholic
church and had become an Episcopal
ian, but no verification of the rumor
could be obtained. Mrs. Dewey has
emphatically denied the cusrent report
that she induced her husband to go
into politics. She declares ber influ
ence has been exerted the other way.
Death of a War Veteran.
Quiney, Ills.. April 9. Captain John
E. Winter died here Saturday, aged 04
years. Decedent served throughout the
civil war, first with corrjpany A, First
Missouri infantry, organized at' St.
Louis, and later as captain of theIis-
slssippl river torpedo and transport
boats. He was formrs'ly in command
of several Mississippi jacket boats.
NEWS F"ACrSlN OUTLINE.
Charles Hodjrman, a well-tmown
broker and financier of 13- Ixrujs, died
Saturday of pneumonia.
The pope yesterday gave an audience
to ninety Roman Catholic sailors of
the ITnited States training ship Dixie.
The New Mexico Democratic con
vention declared for William J. Biean
Articles of agreement for a match
between Gus Ruhlin and Tom Sharkey
have been signed. The fight will take
place at the Seaside Athletic . club
The agricultural appropriation bill
as reported to the house carries $4,-
The Sans Souci Opera Flouse block !
and the Schaffer building at Rallston
Spa, N. Y., were burned. Loss, $150,-
Senator Pettus has introduced a bill
providing for the abolishment of the
duty on printing paper.
The American, British, German and
French ministers have sent a joint note
to tbe Chinese foreign office demand
ing the total suppression of the society
(jueen wuneimina nas sent a per
sonal letter of sympathy to General
The naval board- reports that the
two-story turrets of the battleship
Keareage are a success.
Senator Penrose, of Pennsylvania. Is
being boomed to run for vice president
on tne Republican ticket.
Frederick Enwin Church, the fa
mous painter of landscape, died at New
York Saturday, after a long Illness.
He was 74 years old.
Captain John Codman, the famous
advocate of free ships and free trade.
Is dead at Boston, In his 86th year.
Hay Timothy, taa10.50.
Butter Choice to fair, SOc; fresh creamery,
Hens 7c per pound.
Spring Chickens 7c.
1 urkeys He.
Coal Soft, lie.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers.
4Kft.Sc: cows and heifers, 3&4c; calves, see.
Spring Lambs g.50i3.5a
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tta Kid Yea Hais Alwajs Bccgbt
member from the 24th
(PeoriA Co.) District of
the Hlisola House of Bap
ressntatfrss, Tells the
People how Ha was
, Northam pton $IL , Aug. 12, 1809.
The Dodos Medicine Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Gentlemen: I bad been suffering front Rhea
tetlc pains In say body and bad tried many reme
dies with little satisfaction until I purchased
Dodd's Kidney Pills. The relief was something
beyond my expectation and I am now cured and
heartily endorse Dodd's Kidney P1IU to any one
with deranged Kidneys or Rheams tic peine.
Dodd's Kidnev Pills cure all
Diseases of the Kidneys.
Sold by all dealers in medi
cine, 50 cents a box or six boxes
for $3.50. Sent on receipt of
price bv Tfae.Dodds Medicine
Co., Buffalo, it. T.
Steve F. Miller, Sole Lessee and Mgr
Seven Nights, Commencing
Monday Night, April, 9.
THE HOLDEN COMEDY CO. No. 1.
Presenting melo-dramt, farce, comedy
vaudeville. Monday night,
On the opening night one ladv
admitted free with each paid
ticket if secured before
m , Mon-
Prices lOo. 20c. and 80c.
at Bleuer's jewelry store
Ssle of seats
Omdcb The Direction Or ChabIjujnJjnbt1lC.
Tuesday, April 10.
The great Triple Star Alliance,
CHARLES B. HANFORD.
And a company of 37 people In a
mammoth scenic production of
t Shakespeare's mantelpiece,
THE WINTER'S TALE.
75c, 50o, 25c. Seats on sale
The mort powerful and reliable rrmedy before 5
the public. HperHlily vtirre the moHt otietiiiate
cauie of Blood -'oIbwii. Scrofula, Kctma. llcerm, JJp
Old Bores, Ho He. Pimple. Ktt. Positively eartH
S Lyptpfii.v lnaitreBttoa, NtomeK-n Trourie, tone.
OP the nervous yaUn nut ereaen frood appe
tlte. A vegetable preparation. Large blre bottle,
35 pcice 91.00. Sold bv !'rntru'ifft. 3F
S kKKD'S RI-.HKIlY T. TWU HISS,
rtteauty Is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and care
ful and skilled help their laundry work
Is the best that Is turned out In this vicin
ity. Their services Is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
'iHir YVW Puu ts .2 .697 USjVf f ft :-L
NATURE'S HAI& GROWER;
PositiycLV Guarantied to Restore tmi Maid
PPEVEMS HAIR FFOM f AILING OUT CUPfS DADFUFF PFEVIWS BALDNESS
cupis Li scur otstists o rs mi mon crust ior huwww.gws
RUSSIAN CHEMICAL COMPANY. CHICAGO.
Fer sale In Sock Island by W. H. Marshall. Druggist. Harper Hoase Pharmacy,
For Sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
JOHV M. FABZDOaT.
Shop 119 Setentoenth Si.
CHAS. E. HODGSON
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Onion Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. . - Rockford, III
Securitj Ins, Co. - New Haren, Conn.
Ina. 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
ean afford. Your
ted. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known Fire and Aocldent Insur
Rochester German Ins Oo Rochester, M Y
ger,m " Freeporvl
Buffalo Gennsa " Buffalo, N Y
German Fire Peoria, I U
New Hampshire " ....Manchester. P H
Milwaukee Mechanics Milwaukee, wis
Fidelity and Casualty ... ... .... ..New Yorti
Offloe corner Eighteenth street
Seaond avenue, second Boor.
All Pain! Looks Alike
IN THE CAN.
It's after the spreading the
MOUND CITY CO.'S
Horse Shoe Brand
fore costs more
than the cheap
longer the cheapest
end. FOR SALE BY
Dealer in Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, .to.
Mound City Paint and Qrega Vsrnl.h.
Mound City Ptlnts absolutely guaranteed.
Third Avenue. Telephone 1298.
HXVCT A. FAKR O