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THE AEG-US. TKIDAY. APBHj 27. .1900.
"VITA NT ED ONE GOOD PAPER HANGER
i ana painter, a . v.v mw vcuuc
and board at Z228 Fourth avenue.
TITlSTEO-A GIRL. FOR GENERAL.
Y Y house work at liW Twenty seoond street.
-wM-r a VTFTU-TWO FIRST-CLASS - COAT
Y makers at tbe Rock Island Regalia com-
rtVTKD-lWK. CHAMBERMAID AND
dining-room girl a. once, at iss secoco
FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
Mrs. George Barth, fcM
T ANTED TWO ASSISTANT INSTRUC
V tors at the Kindergarten. Appiy at
T ANTED TWO MEN OP GOOD APPEAR
ancc. uau netween -w auu o u. m. i
l'.n Second avenue.
1ITANTED-TO RENT A SIX TO ROOM
V modern house or cottage. Address t.
V. A., care of AKUl's.
1ST ANTED TWO FULLY FURNISHED
Y V rooms for light housekeeping. Young
couple. Address "B.." Abcus.
ITA NT ED A GOODGIKI. FOR GENERA L
VV housework. No v ashing. Apply
irs. E F. Lorn, 1710 Fifth avenue.
1 AT A NTED ON E OR T WO D N FT RNISHED
V rnnmm at once, for one gentleman. o
cress Ed Struck. 42i Twelfth street.
1 1T ANTED THREE EXPERIENCED
YV laundrv girl at the Eureka Steam laun
!ry. Sixteenth street near First avenue.
wr A VTvn-SOIJCITOaS
FOR BOCK IS
VV land and Mollne. Good paying business
to right party.
Call at 310 Twentieth street.
ltfTVftTn It FNT A 4 Ult ltUWM
t v A NTFD TO RENT A 4 OR
hnuhi went of Fourteenth street. No
c-hllSrcn. Inquire .10 F ourth avenue, up stair.
Tin xxnrirn nnnn R1TTJ A BLEOTL 8 ALES'
VV man. on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker OU and Implement company, Cleveland,
ANTED TO RENT TWO FURSISMMJ
ntraiiT located, sunaoie i
Address "W 78. care
iiTiVTvn-l-Smi FTIITR TO SIX
VV in the shape of a cottage, double house.
or rooms, by
fam'ly of two.
-m -w -T a jf a 1i A NT
VV er would like pupils lncommon branches.
a .nff.tliltv. Acurm A.
A lu.fs office
WANTED BOARDERS NICELY FUR
nished rwmi c ntrally located. Modern
WANTED TWOOK THREE FURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping. Small
f-.Tnii. Krfrrrncu exchanged. Address
E sii" AKi.rs.
ANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
W aniio.ltnrs for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. U Mitchell Lynao nunum
twecn 6 and 1p.m.
iitan r KD-
:ilfl. mKCKNERAL HOUSE
YV work In small familv;
good wages ana
hrniniuiiinir. Mrs. 1. L. fcastinan, iwn
toixtb avenue, Mollne.
1ITAWH1WTO BORROW W.(XO ON ROCK
V i.ir.il i-itv nronertv. worth Itf.Or.o. to net
inbrMiiirranL Marion E Sweeney, at
torney. MitcheU A Lynoe block.
si -r a MTITV-inn A L SOLICITING AGENT
VV for accident Insurance: one who can de
vote eumolent time to the Duainess to mane it
profitable. Address "E M-." A bo OS.
WANTED AN I
within or 10
H OR 10-RTOM HOISK
Mot-US of the postoftlce;
modern conveniences required. all at tne
Hock Island Regalia company, Carve building.
" STANTE INTELLIGENT LADY FOR
V position with good salary. Particulars
t personal Interview. In replying state where
same can be had. Address Special, care AB
"11TANTED HCSTTJNQ AGENTS TO
1 V sell our Incandescent gasoline lamps.
Each burner produces 100-candle power light;
ad stores want them: good Inducements to re
liable salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Manandd, Ohio. .
"f AXTK1) A COUPLE OF HO A RDERS TO
W occupy nicely furnished front room:
Miitahle for one or two gentlemen, or man and
n ife : location very desirable: convenient to
Spencr Square and Twentieth street. Ad
dress "75.'' AKi.uh.
WANTED BOO MEN TO BRING THEIR
shirts, collars and cuffs, and 10 women
lo send us their family washing at our special
contract rates. All work guaranteed. Give
us your address by phone 42HA. we will do the
rntt Excelsior Laundry company, 114 Eat
Seventeenth street. Rock Island
-r ANTED WOMEN TO HIND DRESS
V shields at home. Steady work: distance
no disadvantage: ask your dealer to show you
Kora shields and Alko Antiseptic Odor.et
shields. Kors shields snap on waist without
sewing Send 10 cents for etal",gue of work.
lora Shield company. 62.S Broome street. New
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
raid for aeeond hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
lior prices. AU business transactions strictly
eontldentlai. His new number and location,
1423 Seoond avenue. Don't forget It. J. W
Jones. Two rings on 147.
R RENT ROOMS AT 1311 SECOND
LTHlR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
P over W. C. Mauckefs grocery.
"TjTOR SALE A GENTLE FAMILY OR DE--C
livery hor.e. At U0 Seventh street.
"CIOR RENT TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
J? for light housekeeping. Inquire I.M I Sec
FURNISHED ROOM 8UTT
-T Me for one or two gentlemen. 2S0G Fifth-
and-a halt avenue.
OR RENT-A o-ROOM HOUSE MODERN
conveniences and gooa Darn. at i i wen-
L?on RENT PART OR WHOLE OF STOItE
'uyer. 730 Nineteenth streeu
X,XR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM.
I lo per month, at Ml Twenty-second street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
"IVOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT UJS
Jj Seventeenth street: suitable for ladies or
gentlemen: lnveatlgats. B. Redeker.
-nOR RENT DESK ROOM IN OFFICE AD
A? vantageously situated. Apply to E. J.
Bums, room 1. Mitchell A Lynde building.
i,X)R RENT AT I22 SECOND AVENUE,
large rooms well furnished: gas, bath,
steam beat. A first-class home table Beat
loeatMM tn the elty. Corner Thirteenth street
and St e nd avenue.
LOST AND FOUND.
OST OR STt"LEN FROM SURREY IN
front of Adams waii Paper company.
smsli. frnndle. Scotch terrier dog. ears and
ta.l natural. Reward will be paid for return
to w. J. MeCuUough. McCu'Iough buUdmg.
MONET TO LOAN.
TO LOAN IN ANY
aL on any kind of security. W.
So Seventeenth street, up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gage loans by W. H Eastman, I71S Sec
ond avenue, without pobUty or removal. Hs
iao make ooUeoUoo card ones a speoUlty.
: Loss of o air I
o Dr. Sabonrand, the mineot French t
Dermatologist, says that 96 per cent x H
? of hair losses are tbe results cf
preparations kills microbes and
removes dandruff. Their constant
use for a period will. By acting:
directly on tbe hair bulbs, famish
nourishment, vitality and growing '
power to the impoverished roots
and hair shafts, resulting in com
r. . THOMAS,
Corner Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
T7KR SALE A BUTCHER WAGON AND
JL buggy. Apply at 2hO Fifth avenue.
T7H)R SALE-THREE LOTS IN COLUMBIA
X' Park at cos', within the next la days. In
quire of Johi Ohiweiier.
8 ALE CHEAP A PHAETON
V harness, together or separately, at
Eigbvand one-hit avenue.
TTIOR SALE A GOOD BAR ICEBOX. WTLL
X? be s'jld on reasonable terms. Box may be
seen by calling at zi Twentieth street.
T7XR SALE A CANOPY TOP SURREY
17 will be sold cheap if taken at once, to good
Condition. Inquire at Xi seventh avenue.
TTIOR SALE AT A BIG SACRIFICE. NEW
A? coffee and tea wagon. Can also be u
for a milk wagon
Inquire at lf-1 Jsixtn ave
TTIOR BALE FTRST-CLASS PIANO. BAR-
X? gain. If taken at once. Apply Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west of
kAm street on
lOR SALE GOOD HIGH BUILDING LOT I
JO on Nineteenth street between Eleventh
and Twelfth avenues. Will be sold at a bargain
if taken at once. Address "B. W.," A rods of
TTIOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
Jj lot HGxi50. nine rooms, bath room and
laundry. between fc.leventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's I
FOR SALE-7-ROOM HOUSE AND TWO
lots cheap. Grapes, fruit and shade trees.
Located one block west of Ninth street ana
south of race track. South Rock Island. In
quire at A Reus office.
TTIOR SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD--C
ditlon bv E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &.
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eigntn ana immetn
streets. Convenient to firth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur
17TOR SALE BPECHER WISHING TO RE-
ms tire from business now offers bis stock of
groceries and other goods for sale. It is a
good paving store and has been established 1'-'
years. This is an opportunity tuat is not onerea
verv often to buy out a good paying business
cheap. 1515 Second avenue.
blurt saw Al A nnivinj.. . 0cvf.rfcAjL
almost new bicycles, a genuine Singer
ewlng machine, a 150 volume library, at from
10 cents a volume to 3.' among whlofa are
ullset of Adam laik s Commentaries. K!d-
Datb's History of the World. Chamber's En-
yclopedia. eight volumes. Also several goia
atcnes. tistman s tjo., ivi.1 aecona aven
e omcc open Monday, w eanesaay ana &at-
PHE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM
A. and Independent slate writer has perma
ncntly located in Davenport and can daily be
consulted on ail questions of life at Ilea Har
JSYCHIC-CLAIRVOYANT HAS JUST
returned snd located again for a short
time at 817 Fourth avenue. Absolutely correct
n business, love and mariiage affairs. Consult
her and save time and worry and money.
J AVE YOUR RAGS B. F. K LUGGER, 2211
rourth avenue, will pay from rm to .5 1
ents a hundred. Save your waste paper,
U also valuable.
EN1 YOT'R NAME AND ADDSF.SS TO
tbe I'hilo I'hoto Manufacturing company.
wa Cltv. Iowa, for particulars bow to get a
Tiu camera free: no canvassing.
TJKDR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANITY
m. of 50 bushels or over at 12.75 per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the olty.
Leave orders at Commercial bouse barber
shop. Rock Island, or Enos James. Milan
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mail Is tbe one paper in Mollne
that can do it for you. Mall wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results One-bslf cent
per word is tbe price to all alike, cash In ad
vance, a-cent stamps will ao. jremng ana
Sunday Mail, Moline. 111.
FREE. FREE. FREE. FREE, FREE,
velous. wonderful, but true: Prof.
will give a free test of his remarkable powers
to all who desire a reading He calls your
name, reads your life from the cradle to the
grave, revealieg everything. Satisfaction
guaranteed; strictly confidential. Hours. 10 a.
m. tot p. m Fee 50 cens and fl for the next
five days only. Call early and avoid waiting.
6.U Seventeenth street.
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Arw JUST THX THINO.
We make them glrXng yo
twelve different positions la
the dosen. Better one with
eight, six, four, three and two
dtffereat positions tn the dos
en. AD regularlly mountad
tn the latest finish at
C. C. SMITH,
OppoalM Harper House, Second At.
Another Idol Shattered.
She 'Was a kiudly faced woman, and
it was easy to see that she was bub
bling over with love for the little folk.
he walked modestly Into the office
of the city editor and inquired:
" ill you please tell tne which one
of the staff it is that writes all those
pretty little stories about children? I
know be must love the little folks be-
caus he writes such nice stories
"Thufs the man over there," inter
rupted the city editor.
Vhieh one. pray?
"That one with the corncob pip in
his ruouUi swearing at the cCce boy."
A MAX OF SCHE3IES.
THE GRAND PROMOTER EXPLAINS
MATTERS TO HIS LANDLADY.
Ills Little Acrooaf Is t'nder Dlaen
Ion, and lie Shows Her That She la
Flylne Aloaar the Road to Wealth,
That He Dodxra a Calamity.
ICopyriKht. 19C0. by C. B. Lewis.
Tbe grand promoter ex petted it. For
tbe past week be bad observed man;
,?ns that Lis landlady bad lost con
fidence in liini and was working up bcr
nerve to present bim a bill. His cheer
fulness at the dinner table almost bor
dered on hilarity, and ns he left the
table he executed a flank movement
"My dear wouiau, if It is not asking
too mnc-b. I wish you would hand me
my account this eveninc. I don't want
to occupy your valuable time nor put
you tetany extra trouble, but it seems
to nie that we ought to have a settle
ment without further delay."
lie hadn't leen iu Ms room two min
utes when tbe landlady followed. She
bad the bill in her band and tbe light
of anticipation in her eyes.
"Ah:'wald tbe major as be took the
bill fmm her band. "Xottiing .like
promptness In business affairs. Iet
me see. The bill itself Is made out In
proper form. Tbe cbirograpby Is fair.
Kooni and board for ten weeks at $7 per
week makes exactly ?70, and there Is
no mistake there. My dear woman.
permit me to congratulate you. You
Lave a business head on j-ou. Had you
"AXD YOIT MEAN I OWE YOU $9.10T"
needed this money before you would
have asked for it. Not having auy
need of It aud having perfect confi
dence in my financial Integrity, you
have held tbe Mil till this date. Ex
actly ten weeks aud $70."
"Yes, sir. ?70," replied the landlady
as she moved about uueasily.
'While it is only a trifle," continued
the major as be looked the bill over
aguiu, "it should be paid and the books
a In need that is, if there Is auy-
ihing coming to you it should be paid
nt ouce: if there Is anything coming to
nie I'll give you 30 or t!0 days to square
'But bow can there be anything com
ing to you?" protested the landlady.
We can't tell until we have figured.
My dear woman, my treasure or :t
landlady, let me say at tbe very outset
that I am perfectly satisfied with your
table, and as for my room kings have
had far worse. If you will kindly go
over tbe past in your memory you will
admit that I have not made one single
kick; satisfied, my deaf woman, per
Then the bill is all right?"
Perfectly all right couldn't be bet
ter. Let me see. W hen I organized
the Universal Hand Organ trust I let
you in on the ground floor for $50,000
worth of etock, I believe. That stock
oueht to have jriven you dividends of
at least $5,000 a year."
But it didn't, major. Tbe whole
thing busted up, you know."
Ah. I remember. It was not a bust
up, but the nana organ trust was con
solidated with the Great American
ntiblizzard syudicate. I haven't the
look8 here, but if my memory serves
me right I presented you with $l0,0O0
worth of stock. If your aunual income
from that stock has reached the sum
of $10.000 If you have been enabled
But I never saw any stock, pro
tested tbe landlady. "You said some
thing about it one day, but a week
later you claimed that you had droDDed
In speaking about Scott's
Emulsion for children, you
should not forget that it con
tains mo and soda, just
what the child must have to
form strong bones and good
teeth. It's this forming time
you want to look after.
prowing bodies must have an
easily digested fit. Just think how
much of it there b in milk, as cream.
is even more easily digested than
cream. It's surprising how chil
dren thrive when given it.
Don't keep the children Irving on
the edge of skkness all the time.
Make them strong and rugged,
plump and hearty. Scotfs Emul
sion of Cod-liver Oil and the Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda will do
this for them.
At all dnr.it i4 : oc 4 r an
SCOTT it BOW.S fc, Cbcmim, Urm Voriu
1 I, A .If, 17 If
the scheme Tor a better thing. Totj
owe for ten weekg."
Let me see, mused the major 'let
me see. Did I drop the Hand Organ and
Antlblizzard trust for a surer thing?
Ah, It comes back to me! Yes; we let
go of It to take up and push to success
tbe International Nursing Bottle mo
nopoly. Object was to control the man
ufacture and sale of all the nursing
bottles In tbe world. Any mother -who
refused to buy one of our bottles had
to feed her infant from a trough. Each
and every one of our bottles was pro
vided with a squirt gun, and when the
infant wasn't filling up on milk he was
squirting at flies and developing his
marksmanship. That monopoly was
capitalized at jO,000,0(IO. I believe.
You were let in on the ground floor.
As my landlady I took you in first of
alL My dear woman, If your dividends
on that stock"
"But I haven t had any. That was
another of your schemes that busted-'
'ihe major looked at her tor a mo
ment in doubt and perplexity, but then
Us face cleared, and, reaching for her
baud, be shook it heartily and exclaim
'My dear woman, what a business
bead you have on your shoulders
what a head! It is no wonder that
your landlord never has to come Asvice
for his rent and that the fame of your
table has spread abroad through the
land. Let me assure you that lam not
only satisfied with everything up to
date, but I mean to coutiuue on with
yon Indefinitely for years and years.'
nut you must pay. x can t run my
bouse unless my boarders pay."
"While perfectly assured that the In-
MB.S. JL0TTRUJ0E ACQUITTED.
Woman Who Accidentally Shot Rufua
. Wright at Chicago.
I'hicago. April '2. Mrs. Louise Lott-
ridge is again free. Tbe coroner's jury
after only a few minutes' deliberation
exonerated the woman from all blame
In connection with the shooting of Bu-
fns Wright, the wealthy tire manufac
turer, who died at the Lelaml hotel
April 15. Edward .1. Howard. Wright's
bosom friend, told of the conversa
tion he held with Wright after the
'1 was alone with Mr. Wright," be
said, "and Impressed on him the fact
that he was seriously wounded. I told
hliu we were alone and if he had any
thing to confide in me. anything in his
interest or the interests of Justice, to
tell me then and there. Mr. Wright
said to me: "Jive my love to my wife
aud tell her it was an accident." Ho
then gave me some money for his fam
ily. In all the conversation I bad with
him he persistently refused to talk
about the shooting beyond the bare
statement that it was accidental."
Trouble fur Kansas Mine Owners,
l'ittxburg. Kas.. April L'7. President
Milchell, of ltidiauaiMilis. of the I'nit
ed Mine Workers of America, and
Thomas I'wis, vice president of that
organization, are expected here within
a day or two and will, it is said, cn-
dvor to force the coal oiMrators of
Kansas to grant the . unlou scale of
waves and eight hours. The men at
Yale and Fleming, it is stated, will im
mediately ask for the SI ler ton sched
ule, an increase of HI cents, and if it
is not paid, will quit work at ouce.
Ioiiirtetl for Grand Larceny.
Elmira, X. Y., April 27. Frank E.
liuudy, ex-city chamberlain and ibe
defeated candidate for mayor on the
Democratic ticket in the spring charter
election, has been indicted for grand
larceny in the first degree, aud em-
bezzlcment aud falsifying the citv
books. Bundy's bail has been increased
from flo.OOO to ?Ul.(H)ti. It Is now
thought that the report of the cxihtt
accountants examining his books will
show a shortasre of about SlOO.tMK).
Weeks Gets Off Kasily.
Xew York. April 117. Four indict
ments still remain against Francis II.
Weeks, who in lSii.t was sentenced to
nix years and six months in Sing Sins
for defrauding estates for which he
was executor out of a sum aggregatiuu
?l.:i(H).NH. Weeks wa.s sentenced on
one of live indictments, and Assistant
District Attorney Townseud has tiled
a recommendation for the dismissal of
thefotir remaining indictments. Weeks'
turni will expire next month.
No Open Saloons at Des Moines.
Des Moines. Ia.. April 27. There is
now every Indication that there will be
no more open saloons in Des Moines
this year. Judge Bishop has ruled on
Ihe certiorari application asked by the
anti-saloon people. He holds that the
opponents of the saloons are entitled
to have s bearing at the canvass of the
petition and that the court will review
the proceeding" of the supervisors in
making the ranvass.
Young Preacher Gradnated.
Holland. Mich.. April 27. Com
mencement exercises of tbe western
Theological seminary were held
Wednesday evening in the Third Re
formed church. Following are names
or emanating ciass to ministry: .
Aeilis. X. Boer, Jacob Brummel. Geo.
K. Cook. B. De Jonge, John De Jonidi,
B. D. Dykstra. i. Kooiker. H. I.
hi liiirmiiii. Jacob Yandermeulen, Jr.
Railroad Shop Men Qnlt Work.
Buffalo. X. Y.. April 27. The em
ployes of the Xew York Central rail
road shops, about 2.2UO men lu all.
are out on strike. This number in
clude l.x0 men In the shops and 400
in the yards. An Increase in wages
and the reinstatement of certain nreti
altegl to have leen unjustly dis
charged e demands! by the men.
Street Railway Incorporated.
Spriugneld. Ills.. April 27. The sec
retary of state authorized the incor
poration of the Venice Terminal Rail
road company. The road is to start ;u
Madison county, and run tnrougn Tb
twn of Madiiton and tbe cities of
Iranite City, Venice and Brooklyn to
East Ft. I-ouis.
Mans A round tne Diamond.
Chicago. April 27. League base
ball scores in yesterday's game were
as follows: At Xew York Boton in.
Xew York 10 darkness: at Philadel
phia Brooklyn 7. Philadelphia 11; at
Pittsburg Cincinnati 12, Pittsburg 11;
it St. Louis Chicago 11. St. Louis f.
American League: At Cleveland
Indianapolis 4. Cleveland A: at Buffalo
Detroit 2. Buffalo 3c at Kansas City
Milwaukee & Kansas City 1.
COUNCIL OF THE BISHOPS.
Methodist Divines Not to Do Anytbins
- ' ' About Church Dlacipline.
Icdian.'tpolis, April 27. The coufer
er.ee of the bishops of the Methodts
church was taken ui yesterday in the
discussion of the conditions in the dif
ferent conferences. When approached
on the subject of changes iu the dis
cipline of the church, and the insertion
of a law prohiltltiuir Itoth dancins and
theatre going. Bishop Warren smiled
and said: ".Nothing along this line will
be done at our meet lug. As a matter
o.f fact we could not. decide upon this
point. The staff of bishops of the
church simply represents the executive
body and we simply execute the orders
of the conferences.
lu the matter of the rules of the
church I do not know that any imor
tant changes will be made at tbe geu
eral conferences in Chicago, unless it
will le to allow laymen an equal repre
sentation at the conferences. By that
I mean that the change carries with it
tue admittancve to the conferences of
as many laymen as churchmen. In m
mind there is little doubt that this will
lteeoine a law in the church."
PEOPOSITION OF THE SIOUX.
Startled the Indian Inspector by Propos
ing; to Support TheniMlTM,
Sioux City, la.. April 27. The Low
er Kruie tribe or Moux has maue an
unprecedented proposition to the gov-
eminent through Major James Me
Laughlin. Iudiau lnsiector. which, if
accepted, will mean that it is to be
come seir-supiKutiup. Its thirty-year
treaty expires June 3U next. The chiefs
now proiiose that if uiven the privilege
of disposing of two sections of tribal
land they will use the proceeds to buy
cattle and enter the ranching business.
U he land to be offered is line graz
ing country west of the Missouri and
near Chamberlain, S. 1. The tribe
will buy 2,tXH heifers and eighty
graded bulls and tence the reserva
tiou. Congressional action may be
Plaint or Army Ufnrers.
Havana. April 27. The army otti
cers nere complain bitterly ot liavinir
to take government quarters iustead
of the commutation which has hereto-
lore lKen allftwed. This is particularly
the case with married officers, the ma
jority of whom prefer keeping their
families iu the I'nited States during
Ihe summer months. They sav that
under the existing law junior officers
and others having large families must
perforce keep them in Cuba. The con
struction of the houses here will also
conqiel several families to keep one
general mess, which is also much dis
Gold Mines Right In Town.
Victoria, li. t. .April 27. A new
placer mining field, reputed richer than
Ihe Klondike, is described in glowing
terms by residents of Victoria colony
Australia, iu letters just received by
friends here. The auriferous territory
is near Wedderburn. less thau three
score miles iroiii Melootiriie. It was
roughly prospected without material
results years ago. Recently John Boyd
recorded an alluvial claim aud began
work within the town limits of Wed
derburn. He bad just sunk two feet,
when be struck a uugget weighing six
ty-one ounces, worth 240.
Chicago Grain and Prod nee.
Chieaso. April 26.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today
May . . .
.05 7.05 7.02 7.
.. 7.07 7.15 7.05 7.07
.. 7.05 7.07 7.02 7.02
Butter Extra creamery,
extra dairy, 15c: packing
Kggs Fresh stock. Ho
Dressed poultry Turkeys,
17V4e per lb
choice. llv?12c per lb: fair to good. 9c;
chickens, hens. 89c: ducks. 10llc;
geese, 79c. Potatoes Fair to choice.
;3c per bu. Sweet potatoes Illi
nois. $3.00g.3.",O per brl. Apples 13.00
4.00 per bri.
Chicago Llvs Stork.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
26.000. Sales ranged at S4.4O05.2O fur
pigs, lo.305.&0 for igbt. J5.355.40 lor
rough packiag. $5.355.60 for mixed and
35.45&5.C0 for heavy packing and ship
Cattle t.Ftlmated receipts for the
day. 9.000. Quotations ranged at S5.40
SO for choice to extra steers. ta.OOSp
B.40 for good to choice do.. S4.80&4.9O for
fair to good do.. J4.0o4.48 common to
medium do.. S4.004.30 uu-.chers' steers.
J4.40S5.50 fed western steers. J3 40(94.80
feeding steers. S2.25W4.30 cows, $3,250
4.75 heifers. $2.8094.25 bulls and oxen,
$3.7594.60 stags, $4.005.00 Texas steers,
and $4.5Cig:7.25 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for t he
day. 12.000. Quotations ranged at $4.75
66 20 westerns. $4.25S.35 natives. $5.75
4x7.30 western lambs, and $5.2597.39 na
Milwaukee. April 2C.
Wheat Steady: No. 1 northern. tnv,e:
No. 2 northern. 66c. Rye Steady: No.
1. 58c. Barley Dull: No. 2. 4243c:
sample. 38342c. Oats Firmer; No. 2
Oats 27 2&C.
Hay Timothy. 11001
Butter Cboioe to fair, 18c; fresa eresmery.
Hens-7e per pound.
Spring Chickens ec
Coal Soft, lie.
Cattle Butcbers psy for corn fed steers.
K?&5c: eows and heifers. &c; calves, a34s.
S price Lambs UUCUHt
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
Hi Kind Yea Bars Ahrajs BssgM
ARPER'S THEATRE. '
Steve F. timer. Sole Lessee and Mgt
Matinee and Night,
Saturday, April 28.
Two big shows ccnsjl dated.
"Mahara's Minstrel Carnival.'
50 colored artis'r. The recognized
larvest asd best colored singing organ
ization in existence. Prof. Grntber's
highly educated senocl of 10 beuutl'ul
hhetlandp. e wonderful dogs. No
doubt tbe finest animal paradox In ex
istence. Grand military band. Street
parade at noon.
Priees lec. iOe. 30o and 50c. Ladies'
aud children's matinee at 3 o'clock p.
m. Pliers 10c and -fa. Seat sle at
B:euer's jewelry store
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
rHICAOO. ROCK ISLAND
Paciflo Railway Tickets
esn be purchased or baggage
checked at K-1. & P. Twentieth
street depot, or C. R. I.' & P.
detot. cornet Fifth avenue and
Thirty-lire t street. Frank II Plumtner. agent.
I KAST. WEST.
Denver Limited &Omabv
t 3:10 am
1 0:35 pm
t 6: am
t 3:0ft am
Ft Worth. Denver &K..C.
t SK am
t VSO am
t C:00 am
Omaha and Des Moines
tOmaha tt Minneapolis
Omaha & Des Moines Kx . . .
(Denver, Lincoln tt Omaha.
Ben ver. Lincolu & Omaha..
Des Moines Kx press
Rock Island & Bureau Ac..
St. Paul & Minneapolis
t 6:52 am
f 4:30 pm
r v:r pm
Denver, Ft. Worth & K C.
(Kansas City. St Joe Dnvr
t 2: IS pm
t 6:30 am
t 3:50 pm
tKock Island & Washington
Chicago & Des Moines...
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac
t 7:40 am
X 7:00 pm
(Omaha & Hock Island
(Chicago. & Davenport
Arrival. tDeDarture. (Dailv. exeent Sun-
IDaily except Saturday. All others dally. Tel
T OCK ISLAND ts. PEORIA
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, Ueneral Passen-1 southwest quarter (). all In section twenty
ger Agent. Passenger trains sx (20). and the northesst quarter () and the
leave C. R I. & P. (Mo
line avenue) depqt ave (5)
minutes earlier than time
Changes take effect Sunday, April S3.
LBATB. j 4RB1VI
Spr'gtleld, Cincinnati, Peo
Peoria. Springfield, St. L.
St. Louis Express
Peoria, SprlngUeld, Cincin
nati Peoria Accom Freight
Cable & Sberrard Accom..
Cable & Sberrard Accom..
Cable & Sberrard Accom .
Trains marked dailv: all other trains d all v
except Sunday. Tbe 8:15 p. m. tra'n carries
through sleeper to St. Louts, arriving there
:2S a. m
aud & Northwestern rail
way. Passenger station. K.
I. & P. depot. Twentieth
street. L. F. Berry. . P. A
Duvenport, la ;tieo. W.Wood
City Ticket Agent. "Trl
City Route." Short line be'
tween Tri-CIiles, , Chicago
Clinton and all
points via tbe l . & N. w
I .SAVE. ABK1VI
Clinton Mail and Express..
1 1 7:45 ami
. t7:t5 pm!
8 05 am
Chicago Night Kx
tjhlcago uayllght special .
'tT UA11T ..ll.n L-
cine & Southwestern Division
Depot Twentlerh street,
between First and Second
fevenues. W. W. Breckln
IK A vs. i Aumvs.
Mall and Express...
t. faul hJt press....
Freight and accom .
Dally except Sunday.
TJTTRLINGTON ROUTE C
B. Q. RAILWAY Depot
nrsi avenue ana sixteenth
M. J. YOUNG,
I LEAVE. ARRIVE.
t. L. Springileld. Peoria. I i
Bur. Quln. via Monmouth 6:55 am 7:15 Dm
t 7:46 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria, Beards town. Bur
lington, Denver and west
t 2:45 pm
t. Paul& Minneapolis
Sterling. Clinton & Dubuque
7:50 pmjit 8:40 am
Li., Kans c, Denver &
Pac. coast via Galesburg.
Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
Hound City Co.'s
Aurora S' Paint
look better longer than when
cheap paints are used. Apply
according to directions, and
your vehicle is at its best.
FOK SALE BY
Ossier ia Hsrawars, ttsss. Tinware, ass.
Moss City Psiat us first Vsrnisk.
M suns' City Paints absolutely as ran teas.
Best Dining Car Service,
Notice of PmbllcaUoa.
Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys.
' State of Illinois, (
Sock Island County, t
In the Circuit Court to the May term A. D
Jacob A. Augtpurger. complainant, vs. the un
known owceror owners of the south one
halt of the northeast quarter of section
number twenty-seven t27) tn township num
ber twenty tSO) north range two east of the
fourth p. m., in the county of Rook Island
acd state of Illinois: the unknown owner or
owners ot the northwest quarter and tbe
north thirty : acres of the east one-half W
of the southwest quarter (') and the north
thirty acres of the northwest quarter (M of
tbe southwest quarter (. all in section
twenty-six ( Jl. and tbe northeast quarter
(Vt and the north thirty acres of the north
east quarter of the southeast quarter Of sec
tion twentv-seven (27) In township twenty
(20) north of range two (2) east of tbe fourth
p tn , In the county ot Rock Island and state
of lUlnols: Edwin A. French: the unknown
heirs or devisees of Edwin A. French, de
ceased: the unknown heirs or devisees of
Elliott Harroun. deceased: tbe unknown
owners of tbe west one-half of the north
east quarter of section number twenty-seven
(27) in township number twenty (20) north of
range number two east of the fourth p. ra .
and that portion of the southeast quarter (M
of the northeast quarter (V() as he west of
the main channel of the Meredonia slough,
supposed to contain about ten (10) acres la
section twenty-six (2tit In township number
twenty (20 north of range two east of the
fourth p. m., it being understood tht tho
Meredosla slough is to be the lineot said tract,
all in the county of Rock Island and state of
Illinois: alph Sage. Delia Sage; the un
known heirs or devisees of Ralph Sage, de
ceased: the unknown owners of the west
one-half H) of the southeast quarter (') of
the nor tbe Kt quarter () of section number
twenty six (26) In township number twenty
(2o) north of range number two (2) east of
the fourth p. m.. In the county of Rock Isl
and and state of Illinois: Charles M. Osborn.
Sarah L. Ksbom, Henry Curtis. Jr., and Lucy
K. Curtis, defendants. Kill to quiet title.
To the above named non-resident defendants.
The unknown owneror owners of the south
one-half of the northeast quarter of section
number twenty-seven (27) in township number
twenty (20) north range twoeast of the fourth
p. m . in the county of Rook island ana state
of Illinois, tbe unknown owner or owners of
the northwest quarter and tbe north thirty
(:io) acres of the east one-bulf (H) of the
southwest quarter (') and tbe north thirty
I acres of the northwest quarter (U) of th
norm tntrty acres or toe nonneast quarter
of the southeast quarter of section tweo-ty-sevea
(27) In township twenty (20 north of
range two (2) east of the fourth p. m., In the
eoutity of Rock Island and state of Illlnoln;
Edwin A. French, the unknown heirs or devi
sees of Edwin A. French, deceased; the un
known heirs or devisees of Elliott Harroun.
deceased; the unknown owners of the west
one-half of the northeast quarter of section
number twenty-seven (27) in township number
twenty (20) north of range number two east
of the fourth p. m.; and that portion of thai
southeast quarter (kt) of the northeast quar
ter ( as lie west of tbe main channel ot the
Meredosiaslough supposed to contain about ten
(10) acres in section twenty-nix (26) tn township
number twenty (20) north of range two east,
of the fourth p. m.. It being understood that,
the Meredosla slough Is to be the line of said
tract, ill I in the county of Rook Island and,
state of Illinois; Ralph Sage. Delia Sage, tho
unknown heirs or devisees of Ralph Sage,
deceased: the unknown owners of the west,
one-half (H) of the southeast quarter (H) oF
lh. n.kPtV. lot filiartnr L.k if KMLinn nilrnhr
twenty-si (28) in township number twenty (
nortn ot range numoer two z) east oi too
fourth p. m. , in the eounty of Rook Island and
state of Illinois, and each of them.
AUIdavIt of vour non-residence having been,
tiled In tbe office of the clerk of said court, no
tice is hereby given to you and each of you that
tbe above named complainant has tiled In said
court his bill of complaint against you on the
chancery side of said court, that a summons in.
ohancerv ba been issued in said cause against,
you returnable to the next term ef said court,
to be begun and held in the elty of Bock
Island, in said county, on the first Monday of
May, A.D. 1WO0, at which time and place you
are to plead, answer or .demur to said bill of
complaint if you sec fit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois. April 8. A. D.
1600. GEORGK W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of ,Said Court.
SWBSNir & WAI.kCB,
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, (
In the Circuit Court. May term. A. D.. 1000.
M. V. Holsapple vw. Mary J. Uolsappie. la
Affidavit of unknown residence of the abovo
defendant, Mary J. Holsapple, having been
tiled In the clerk s office of tbe circuit court of
said county, notice ts therefore hereby given
to the said non-resident defendant that the
complainant tiled bis bill of complaint in said
court, on tne cnanoery sine tnereor, on tne -a
day of April, A. D., 1MX), and that thereupon a
summons issued out of said court, wherein said
suit Is now pending, returnable on the 7th day
in tne montuor May next, as is cyiaw required.
Now. unless you, tbe said defendant
above named. Mary J. Holsapple. shall per
sonally be and appear before said circuit court
on tne nrt aay or tne next term tnereoi to do
holden at Rock Island in and for the said county.
on the 7tb day of May next, and plesd, answer
or demur to the said complainant's bill of com
plaint, tbe same and the matters aud things
therein charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against you
according to the prayer of said bill.
UIOBGI W. IjAHHI.R.
Clerk of Bald Court.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois. April 2,1000.
McCaskhik & McCahkkiw, Complainant's So
Sale of Real Estate.
To all persons whom it may concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the underslgnod.
Martha Wirig. guardian of Josephine Vvirig,
Mary Martha Wlrig, Km 11 Wlrig and Nioholaus
Wing, minors, will make application to tbe
county court of Kock Island county, at a reg
ular term thereof, to be held at tbe court house
In the city of Kock Island, In said county, on
the first Mondav of Mav. A. D.. IWU0. beine tbo
seventh day thereof, for an order and decree
of said court, directing her as said guardian.
to sell tbe following 'real estate belonging t
said minors, or so much thereof as shall
seem to suid court to tbe interest of said min
ors, situated in the county of Rook Island and
state of lillnoii. to wit:
Ihe one-fourth (Ml undivided Interest In the
following described real estate: Fourteen
feet (14 ft.) ten inches (10 In.) from off tbe east
side of lot No. ten (10) and all of lot No. elev
en (11) except tbe .east fourteen feet (it rt.)
ten rincbe (10 in.) thereof, being tbe west
thirty-eight and one-half feet (K'A ft. )of said
lot No eleven (II) In block ten (10) In that
part of the city and county of Rock Island and
state of Illinois known a Thompson k.
Weil's addition to said city, reference being
bad to .the original plat or said addition, for
tbe sapport and education of said minors, and
for tbe purpose of investing such of tbe pro
ceeds of said sale as aha'! not be Immediately
requisite for said support and education In
other real estate, or of otherwise Investing
Mautha Wjbio. Uusrdlan of sale Minors.
Luoolph Ksrgoujs, Attorneys.
Netlee of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
County of Rock Island, f
la the circuit court. May team. A. D. 1900.
Ella Bargboltz. complainant, vs. Charles Barg-
bolt a defendant, in cnancery.
Affidavit of the non-resideoce of Charles
Bargboltz. tbe defendant above named, hav
ing been Bled in tbe offlce of the clerk of tbe
circuit court of Kock Island eounty. no
tice Is hereby given to tbe said non-resident
defendant, that tbe complainant ban filed her
bill of complaint in aald court. on tbe chancery
side thereof, on tbe autb day of January A. D.
I woo. and that a summons thereupon lued out
of said court against said defendant, returna
ble on tbe 7th day of May A. D. 1900, as is by
Now, therefore, unless yon. tbe said Charles
Bsrgholtz. shall personally be and appear be fore
tbe said circuit court of Kock Island county, oa
the Brat day of tbe Marcb term thereof. u be
holden at the court bouse in the elty of Rock
Island, In said eounty. on tbe 7th day of Mar
A. u. lane, and plead, answer or aeaaur
to tbe said complainant's bill of eompialot.
tbe same aad the matters sad things therein
charged and stated will be taken as cost eased.
and a decree enterec against you aeaoraing to
the prayer of aaU bill.
Ia testimony whereof, I bare hereunto set
say a aad and afBxed tbe seat of said eourt. at
tn, offlce la Rock Island, this llrtb day of Marcb
Complainant s Solictors.
March 19, A. D. 100.