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THE AUGTTS. .TtJESPAT, HAT 15..J90Q,
ANTED LAUNDRY GIRL AT ONCE
at toe Harper iobm.
ANTED-IWO DINING ROOM GIRLS
at tbe bock lsitna bouse.
ANTED A GIRL FOR WASHING
dishes at Porter restaurant.
XT7ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICS ROOMS
J ana ooara at xcto jroana arena,
ANTKD AN APPRENTICF. TO LEARN
dressmaking, at Fourth avenue.
TASTED THREE BOYS ABOUT 18
years old at tbe Sath & Door works.
ANTED NIGHT COOK EXPERIENCED
on snort orders, bv. Julian restaurant.
ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
homework. Apply at 1614 second are
1T ANTED A HOUSEKEEPER. WIDOW
preferred. Inquire at 1611 Third avenue
1r ANTED A C OMPETENT COOK FOR A
fimil; of three at "1" itlneteenth street.
rrcm about June la.
-tlT ANTEDA GOOD COOK. WILL PAY
V n!?bent wacex. Light work and short
hours; -itrlfi Fifth avenue.
TIT ANTED LADIES OR GENTLEMEN AT
II once, of neat appearance, salary fl
perdajr. Address ., ahhvo.
"irTANTED TWO FULLY FURNISHED
v T room for lljfht housekeeping. Young
couple. Address aksci.
WANTED SOLICITORS FOR BOCK IS
land and Mollne. Good paring" buslneai
to right party. Call at 21l TwenUeth street.
rr anted a nono LIVE SALESMAN
II for Rock Inland for stockx. Ask lor w.
O. Logan, St- James hotel. Davenport. low.
-ITTANTED GOOD. RELIABLE OIL SALES
W man. on commission or salary. Address
Uu after Oil and Implement oompaay, Cleveland,
WANTED EIGHT GIRLS TO WORK IN
irspov camp of dark complexion. In
quire for Prof. Stafford at big Tent. Watch
WANTID TO BORROW JULY NEXT
10 000 for term of years at s per cent.
Gt:t eritre real estate security. Address "X
Y..'' care A Mot s.
WANTED BOARDERS NICELY FUR
niHbedroomi centrally located. Modern
conveniences and good borne cooking at 1111
WANTED PLASTERER. TO CON TRACT
iih vour lathlnir for tbe season. Kefer--rre
for the asking. Call 7 to H p. m , 317
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. 69 Mitchell Lynda bulidlng, be
tween ft and 8 p. m.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident Insurance: one who can de
vote eufflelent time to tbe business to make It
profitable. Addresa "E M.." ABOCS-
'Wr ANTED ENERGETIC LADIES OR GEN
vV tlemen to travel. Excellent opening
witn established tlim. Salsrv and expenseH.
lEsiructiors given free. Address -M. S ,"
"r A NTED ViO EXPERIENCED MOTOH
vY men. 2C experienced gripmen. rm ex
perienced conductors, and 15 experienced
liEeium. Wairex it) cents per hour, St. Louis
Trankit company. St. Ixui, Mo.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell our Incandescent Rasoline lamps.
Each burner produces 100-candie power light;
all stores want them: good Inducements to re
liable salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pacy, Mansntld, Oblo.
WANTED 00 MEN TO BRING THEIR
shirts, collars and cuff, and l'O women
to send us their family washing- at our special
contract rates. All work guaranteed. Give
us your address by phone 4-"vrt. we will do the
rest. Kxeelnlor Laundry company, 114 East
beventeenth street. Kock Island
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
roonds. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, eto. Highest cash prices
paid forseoond hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
IA23 Second avenue. Don't forget It. J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1M7.
IjlOR RENT ROOMS AT It'll SECOND
I;R RENT-ROOMS FURNISHED ORUN
" furnished at ten Twentieth street.
TJIOR RENT A VROOM FLAT WITH ALL
C modern conveniences, Ajply at ISA
IOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM 8UIT-
able for one or two gentlemen, oe Fifth-and-a
I?OR RENT AT !.' SECOND AVENUE.
' a nicely furnished front room suitable for
ore or two gentlemen.
TiX'R RENT -FIVE NICE ROOMS WITH
JO water and sewer In hoxse. rent cheap
fall Fifteenth street.
IjTOR RENT-DESK ROOM IN OFFICE AD
! vantageously situated. Apply to E. J.
Burns, room li Mitchell tt Lynde bulldtr.g.
IfORRENT-A LARGE RESIDENCE TO
1 responsible party. In first-class repair
and all modern conveniences. Inquire of
FOR RENT -ONE OR TWO ROOMS IN
new bouse, furnished or unfurnished. For
ninths genlieman or married couple.
Hoarding bouse near. Inquire Hi Fourth
1XJR RENT AT 1 SECXND AVENUE,
large rooms, well furn-shed: gas, bath,
team beat. A Brst-class home table Beat
location in the city. Corner. Thirteenth street
and Scewd avenue.
L!AVE YOUR RAGS B. F. K LUGGER. 2211
k Fourth avenue, will psy from Stt to 7s
rents a hundred. Save your waste paper, as
It u also valuable.
XTHDR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANITY
-C of SO bushels or over at - 7i per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the elty.
Leave orders at Comoncrctai houe barber
hop. Rook Island, or Enoa June. Mil to
IF YOC WANT TO BUY. SELL. TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the MaU Is the one paper In Mollne
tisMcando It for you. MaU wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results. One-halt cent
per word Is the prtoe to all alike, eaaa la ad
vance. S-eent stamps will do. Evening and
Sunday Mali. Mollae, I1L
MONET TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security. W. L. Corse.
Seventeenth street, up stairs.
rONXY TO LOAN CHATTKL MKT-
I - w xr U K svatssn svn ITl R
A sw fj sxajl ssj B4aXf VJ . 1 - -
oed avenue, without publlty or removal. n
bmso maace ooussussssani wwa iiwiii
Acts gently on the
CuaNSES THE 5Y5TEM
ITS Brliw10 crTR
BV TMt fttNvINt - MAHT O By
ZriXtf ca ;'a XSX
roa asuerau snmiisr sou M Rsasrnk
OR SALE TEAM OF GRAY DRAFT
bon.es. Inquire of B. F. Knox
OR SALE FOUR LOTS ON ElflHT-
eentb street. Apply to Jackson Jit Hurst
TjTOR SALE FIRST-LASS PIANO. BAR-
- rain, u taken at once, sppiy Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west of Elm street on
TTIOK SALE-GOOD BUILDING JjOTS ON
A. Fifteenth street between Tenth and
Eleventh avenues. Terras to suit the buyer.
n'juire at i t irtn ana a nail avenue.
;H)R SALE U)T3 1N EASY Tr'RMS ON
Twelfth street and Kourteen'h atenue
Also a 4-room cottage on Ninth street. South
Rock Island, lmiuu-c at E. L M sucker a store
TIOR SALE GOOD HIGH BUILDING LOT
- on Nineteenth street between Eleventh
and Twelfth avenues. Will resold at a bargain
If taken at once. Address U. W.," A kg us of
fice. TJIOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
X? hit HOxinO, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry. between Eleventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue, lnuuirc at Donaldson's
T.10R SAI.E-7-ROOM HOUSE AND TWO
S. lots cheap. Grapes, fruit and shade trees.
Located one block of Ninth street and
south of race track. South Rock Island. In
quire at A Buns oillce.
T7KR SALE-LOTS IN McENIRYS AD
A1 dltion bv E. J. Burns, room 12. Mitchell &
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth uve-
ue. between Twenty-eiKhtb and Thirtieth
treets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur
I AVE YUUK FORTUNE TOLD BY AN
xnert who can teil your pan, present
nd fjturt- correi-t'v Prices from to f0
cnts Mr. George HUler. 2u,'. Fourth avenue
PHE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM
1 anil independent slate writer has ix.-rma
ently lo-atcd in Davenport and can daily be
insulted on a l yuestioos oi lire mn nr
JSYfllIC-CLAIRVlYANT HAS JUST
returned and located again for a short
me atM7 Fourth avenue. Absolutely correct
In business, love and martiage affairs. Consult
er and save time and worry and money.
LOST AND FOUND.
T DST - A KKCRKTAKY IJUKiK RE"EI1T
1 i book of the Mystic Werkers of the World.
etween Second avenue and Seventeenth.
ourth avenue seventeenth and t ou rti ave-
ne and Fifteenth street. Finder return to
ARi.l's office aud receive reward.
Estate of Nora Murpby. deceased.
The undersigned having oeen appointed sd
ministrstrtx of tbe estate of Nora Murpby.
ate of the countv of Kock Island, state oi nil
nols. deceased, hereby gives notice that s le
will appear before the county court of Buck
Island county, at the county court room. In tbe
city of Kock Island, at the July term, on
the first Monday In July next, at which
time all persons having claims aratnst said
estate are notided and requested to attend, for
the purpose of having tbe asm adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to th
Dated tbiil.v.b day or May, A. L. iu
MAKotmrM' Cahtv. Administratrix
JiCKSO A HniT.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
fT yQ For DronV
For DronVcnncM and
COO DiHvCa UsU.
Kleetrlaal Rangs Flo.lrr.
Tli UritNli war ottl- lias tx-cii t-st-i
ii iT a i.-w -l-iri-al ninr-finler for
Hi.' last two years. It was in vt-nt.-il
t.y an AnstraUan who s.iyn that it will
cnt- ili rane nul l:iri!itr f a fixl
.r uiovii: lj t. anl at the sam timo
will jri information t any iiuiiiIht
of f.rtr-s cutis atta hl by wiry to
the instrument, ilni naMins ltn Suns.
for ill-taut-. t -oti'--tittnt thir tire
K!multauvtisly on a xincle bhip f the
The Car of Money.
"I Ih1v that man woulJ have
made his mark if be hs.1n"t Inherited a
He had all the'Attribute of genius
sjx-nt his money tefore he earned it,
pot drunk jeriodiiallT. and list a job
very week or two. Now look at him.
He's" xuU drinkinn. takes tare of his
money and Is nmhinj but an ordinary
weil-t-do ciiiztu. 1 tell jvu money
Laa ruiici wanx pja. .
BOARD IS INCREASED
M. E. General Conference Adds
ents. OCCASIONS EXGrnSG DEBATE.
Maioritv Report Adopted After
Two Minority Ones Were
Chicago, May 15. The general
conference of tbe Methodist church
today voted to increase bv two its
board of general superintendents
thus adopting the majority report of
the committee on episcopacy, inis
was the result of the vote taken after
a most exciting and eloquent debate
The majority report, which was con
sidered as being in the nature of a com
promise, was adopted after two minor
ity reports, one resolving that no bish
ops be elected, and another providing
for the election of four additional
members of the board of general su
perintendents, had been voted down
The committee's report favoring the
election of a colored bishop was
adopted bv a large majority. Une
ballot on the election of two general
uperintendents was taken just before
the close of the session, but the result
will not be announced till tomorrow.
ITback at I'resldent HcKluIey.
I'liit-iUio. May l.'i. riie committee on
tcmj:erain e of the Methodirvt Kpiseoual
oiieral eoiifereiu-e yesterday adiitetl
resolution-, which are a direct slay at
I resilient MeKinley le-ause of his
neiuiesi:eii- m tUe Iei-lsnii it Attor-
-y tienenil Il ium's diM-hii'iujj Hie atiii-
aiitH-n law iin'fTe tive.
liisliop I'itzerald resltl-I At yester
day's session of tin ueliertil collfcretn-i-.
Alter uuiiniMirtant rontitu business, a.
nolioij. niad by Hisliop Htirst, that a
j;cL-"-k'i b ereiittil, by the 2:flr,
(inference, eousistius: oi oue member
from each ireueral -nfereuc distrlft.
to select the 1U5 delejrate-H to the Ecu
menical Methodist conference iu Lou
don was adoi'teil.
i:ev. AllH-rt V. Rfch. of Erie, l'a..
confen'iice. introdtictil a resolution to
make it a violation of a sac red trust to
levole the protits of the book concern
o any other object than the support
of superannuated ministers. This was
ntrodiH-ed to stop payment of the ex
penses of the general conference out Of
this fund and the subsidizing of non
payintr official papers. Hin-kley moved
o table the resolution una it was
Speech nnd Ambidexterity.
'Here's a scientist," she said, look
ing up from the paper, "who asserts
that the reason ieople are right hand
ed Is that the motor speech function
controls the right side of the body aud
consequently right handedness grows
Is that so?" lie returned, deeply In
terested. "It Is Indeed strange, then,
that manv women can use their left
amis at all. is It not?" Chicago Post.
Makinic the Best of It.
"Will you have this here woman to
e vour lawful wedded wife?"
"That's what I 'lowed I would!'
"Will you love, honor and obey her?"
"Ain't you got that switched ronn'.
parson?" said the groom.
"John." said the bride elect, "don t
oil reckon the parson knows his busi
es? Answer the question:"
"Yes." said the groom, "I reckon I'll
ave to!" Atlanta Constitution.
Another 4 hans;e I.lkely.
Miss I'.reezy I see she's married
Miss lakeside Yes: this Is her sev
enth, and 1 don't think she tares very
much for him.
Miss Breezy No?
Miss Ijikeside No. I was at the en-
graser's today when she left her order
'or her new visiting cards. She only
rdered SO. Philadelphia Press.
It is estimated that at any given
line, in Germany aloue. 1.3uO,UjO per
sons are afflicted with consumption
ud l.3O.0oo iu America have it at all
times. Professor Ilirsrh pronounces It
emphatically a disease of all time, all
countrtru and all races.
Hsartr Cxaf esslosi.
Young man," said the carefnl fa-
her, "if I consent to you marrying my
daughter will you furnish her the Inx-
uries to which she Is accustomed
Well," said the young man, "It in
more than likely that I won't be buy
ing her as many theater admissions as
have been doing for the past year.
Niagara power was used as long ago
s 1725, when the French erected a
sawmill near the site of the rresent
factory of the Pittsburg Reduction
company. It was used for the purpose
of 6upplyin; sawed lnmbr for Fort
Niagara. , .
DEWZY DAY AT KNOXVILLZ.
Tennessee 1'eople Turn Ont to Greet Ad
miral antl Wife.
Knox ville.Teun., May Y'esterday
was "Ifewey Liay" iu Knoxville. and
thousands of people visited the city
from east Tennessee to welcome the
hero of Manila. Admiral Dewey and
party were escorted along !ay street
for over a mile through a mass of
cheering, yelling humanity. At the
woman's building, where the welcom
ing exercises were carried out. Ad
miral Dewey reviewed the parade,
which required nearly an hour. Thou
sands of people crowded around to
shake hands with tbe admiral, and at
the end of an hour, when he was
called away from the clamoring throng
to luucheou. the admiral said "Ladies,
I am glad you had this life-saving sta
In the afternoon the admiral nnd
Mrs. Dewey visited the school build
ings. Patriotic songs weresuiig. flowers
aud souvenirs presented at each build
ing and as the party drove away show
ers of roses fell into the admiral's car
riage. When the tour had been made
the admiral's carriage was full of
flowers and he and his wife were lit
erally covered with them. Last night
a banquet was tendered the admiral.
DECISION OF A. BOYCOTT CASE.
Seheuie Declared Illegal iu the Instance
of a Nevada Merchant.
San Francisco, May 15. The United
States circuit court of appeals for the
Ninth district yesterday affirmed the
illegality of tle "lioycott" In thecaseof
. J. and L. K. Ilanchett vs. John
Chlotovitch. The opinion was rendered
by Judge Koss and concurred iu by
Judges Gilbert and Morrow.
Chiotovitch is a merchant of Silver
Peak, New The Hanchetts threatened
their employes with discharge should
they continue to buy merchandise from
him. The merchant resisted the boy
cott by tiling suit iu a federal court
aud obtaining au injunction and dam-
ages, i ne court or appeals amruieu
the decision of the lower court.
rrwriKlinr In t'onfrrea Briefed.
Washington. May 15. The senate
yesterday passed the naval appropria
tion bill. The armor plate proposition
as agreed to authorizes the secretary
of the navy to make contracts only for
such armor as juay be needed from
time to time at $445 per ton if possi
ble: if not, to pay 545 per ton for the
armor for the battleships Maine, Ohio
and Missouri and proceed to erect an
armor factory to cost not to exceed
fi.iNHi.iMNi. one-half of which amount
is made immediately available. The
purchase of five Holland torpedo boats
at a price not exceeding .t70.(MK each
is authorized. The "free homes" bill
The house passed the general de
ficiency appropriation bill, and the mil
itary academy bill, the last of the sup
ply bills will follow it today.
Hasan A nl-Hln klUtlns; ltlll.
Washington. May 15. Seuator Jones,
f Arkansas, yesterday introduced a
bill to prevent and punish blacklisting
by railroad companies, sleeping car
companies, express companies, steam
boat companies, telegraph and tele-
phone companies, etc., and providing
punishment of from two to ten years'
Death of an Indiana Judge.
I.ogansport. I ml.. May 15. Judge
Horace Kiddle died Sunday night.
ageil '.Ml. lie was an eminent lawver
and litterateur and had served on the
bench of the circuit and supreme courts
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
James N.--Constable, senior member
of Arnold, "Constable Co., died at
New York, aged SS.
Omaha wires: "If we have the
weather aud wind iu July we are now
havlng. it is good-bye to corn. It is
One murder and Ave suicide is the.
record of Chicago for two days.
Cambridge has made King Oscar of
Sweden a Doctor I.aws.
Charles H. Cole, former president of
the now defunct Clobe National bank.
of notion, goes to the penitentiary for
Ight years for violation of the bank
Captain Dreyfus is at Paris and tin
French government isi worried.
Cholera is sweeping the India famine
John Redmond warned England that
ii va dors who might laud ou the IriSh
coast would not be greeted as enemies.
James Sloan, banker, died at Balti
more, ageu x.
Fire at Camden. N. J., destroyed
lie market, fen stores and fifty dwell-
The military arjii-Pepublicaii p.irlv
las control of the Paris council.
Tablet- aud sculpt tires of the My
cenaean age were unearthed In Crete.
Uloting has been going on at Turtle
Creek. Pa., because tlie board of health
ried to use an abandoned school iotise
for a smallpox hospital.
dreat Lakes Navigation company
has ordered two new passenger steain-
rs, to cost sUsni.ikhi each, from the
'hit-aco Shipbuilding company at
Young Man Killed by Lightning-.
Hampton. Ia.. May 15. A young
m.in name.! Wllll.im Kleern.m was
killed by lightning yesterday morning
n Kichland township in this county.
He win In the barn and his employer.
A. Ingelretson. was stunned, but re
vived. Kleeiii.in was a sinsile man.
Every good act is charity. Giving
water to the thirsty Is charity: remov-
ng stones and thorns from the road is
charity; exhorting your fellow men to
virtuous deeds Is charity; smiling in
your brother's face is charity; putting
a wanderer in the right path Is charity.
A man's true wealth is tbe good Le
does in tti3 world. When he dies,
n:ortals will ask. ' What property has.
he left behind him?" But angels will
inquire. "What good deeds hast tbou
sent before thee?" XloSammed.
Jack I hear yon lost a lot of mon?y
"1 Wall Street vrh!1 rnu trir rtnintr
T ciin I wasn't drunk, but tbe stocks
bought took a drop too mnch. Bos-
SHERIFF KEEPS SIM ALIVE.
Objects to a Trlsoner Dying Before He
y - Can Be Hanged.
Philadelphia. May 15. A special
irom u liiiamsport. l'a, tells of an un
usual action of Sheriff Miller to lire-
ent a murderer awaiting execution
from collapsing at the last moment.
Wilson Hummel, who murdered his
wife and two children, is to lx hanged
tin June ... His appetite left him and
the jail physician had doubts- of his
living until the day of execution. Sher- i
iff Miller, fearing that the man would
collapse, took inm in charge.
A part of Huminel's daily exercise
consists in jumping over broomsticks
luree i eet irom the floor, aud Sunday
he i;ot a lot of exercise by turning for
ward and backward hninlsiti-inirs -in.l
walking on his bands from one end of
tiij coriuior to the other. HnmmeTs
nppetite has returned under this treat
ment ami he is in good spirits.
Tbe Cat Cateber.
The dog catcher is not the only per
son in tbe city who is sincerely hated
by both man and animal. There is a
cat catcher as well, aud he comes in
for his full share of autipathy. lie
makes a living at the business, and a
very good one, it is said. Few are
aware of the fact that pussy's fur is a
very desirable article of commerce.
There are any number of dealers in
this city who are glad to pay all the
way from 50 cents to $1 for a cat's
skin, according to size and quality.
The method of catching the uususpect-
Ing cat is a particularly mean one. It
is a well established fact that cats
are very fond of ca'tnlp and will troop
after a mau who carries a bundle of it.
This greed leads to the undoing of I
pussy, who will como to a stand If a I
bit of the herb is thrown on the ground
and is thus made an easy prey. A bag
and a chloroformed sponge do the rest,
and many a household pet, the disap
pearance of which caused sorrow, can
be accounted for in this way. Phila
delphia Press. - I
A Well Merited Iletort.
Ex-Assistant I.'ulted States District
Attorney Sutherland Tenney of New
Y'ork was graduated from the Colum
bia Law school In 1S75, when he carried
off the first prize of $500. A disap
pointed competitor congratulated him
"I suppose it was because your thesis
was illegible, as usual, and the Judges
gave you the benefit of the doubt."
Mr. Tenney, unruffled, replied, "How
much better you would do if you
adopted that practice Iu nil your
work!" Saturday Evening Post.
Tbe Two Sldea.
What the employer said: "Thank
heaven, I've gut rid of that nuisance
at last. I had given him hints enough,
but It was of no use, and flually I actu
ally hud to kick him out of the place."
What the paper said, "We hear that
Mr. Itcnson Hardiug has severed his
connection with the Brownstone Im
provement company." Hoston Tran
In the coaching days it cost from 5
tj ffl to go from York to London.
Chicago Grain and Prodncs.
Chicago, May 14.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. HiKh. Low. Close.
May .644 i .6.". .644 $ 654
July 6r.-s .66 .66-H
May 36Vi .36'i .36 .36M,
Juiy "T'.s ."6TS .37V
May 21 N, .21 s; .21 .21
July 21's .22 .21 .22
May 11.50 1 1 . 50 ll.'O 11.50
July U.r.7i It. 67 11.57a H62Vi
July 6.87'i 6.92Vi 6S7'i 6.874
September .. 6.90 6.92Vi 6.90 6.90
July 6.5.7 li 6.65 6.57i 6.574
Septem!er .. 6.574 6.62' 6.57Mr 6.5?t4
Produce: Huttei Extra creamery,
Iflic ler lb; extra dairy. 16c; packing
Ftock. IMc. Kftga Fresh stock. 11c per
dozen. Dresd poultry Turkeys,
choice. 10c per lh; fair to good. 8c;
chickens, hens, KVio; ducks. 10Sllc;
f!eBe. 6 (ft; Sc. otatoes Fair to choice,
27$i31c per hu. Swet potatoes Illinois.
$3.0ff3.."0 -r hrl. Apples $4 OOfj 5.00
Chicago Live Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
22.UUU. Sales ranged at $1.30T5.15 for
pigs. J5.10ffr3.4O for lipht. $5.20a 5.27V4 for
rousrh packing, tfi.2utr3.45 for mixed and
t5.iili4i5.0O for havy packing and ship
C'attl1 Estimated receipt for the
clay, 25,00''. Quotations ranged at $3.45
io80 for choice to extra Hteers. $4.95
5.4U for good to choke do.. 14.6005.00 for
fair to good do.. $4.20'34.60 common to
medium do., $4. 104.45 utchera' steera.
$4,6005.30 ted wefT-tru r, $4.1085.00
feeding fiH-rn, t2.eii -t-tiO cow?. $3.2J?
4.73 h-ifeis. t-,.40'a4 3 bulls and oxen.
i4.liflfi4.SO stags. $4. 00j 3.00 Texas eters
and $4.506.75 veal al,ve.
Sheep Estimated teceipts for the
Jay. 25.00O. Quotation ranged at $4.75
fi5.90 wem. $3.73.0 nativa. $3.50
ft7.33 w-trn lamp, and $3.253'.75 na
Milwaukee, May 14.
Wheat zf hieher: No. 1 northern. 66
67c: No. 2 northern. 64V4Sf6ic. Rye
Kav; No. 1. 351i57c. Barley Kapy;
No. 2. 42S43c; pample, USc. Oats Dull;
No. 2 white. 25'4c.
Hay Tiax.thv. tlOJli
Straw- j tS.
Huf.er Choice tofalrc: 16c. fresh creamery,
Ileus Te per pound.
Spring chickens. Cc.
T unteys 8c
Coal Soft. lie.
CiUe Uuchers pay for corn fed steers.
4H03o: cows a&d fceifers. tc3c; calve. 5c3
Hogs M iX3.tt.lb
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
Ttj Kind Yen Han Alwaj: Bcsgbl
The Kind Yon Have Always
in use for over SO years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and ".Tust-as-s-ood" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CAST.OR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops aud Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys 'Worm)
and, allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
ZNUINE CASTO R I A ALWAYS
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC CCNTAOft COMPANY, TT MUMMAV tTNrCT, NIW VOM CITV.
1 OONNEOT8 DIREOT WITH g
I Overland Limited S
I and QREGOn
1 LESS THAN
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
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Tom A. Marshall
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12 TCL6RAPH fiATCS.
T McmAm1rr III.
MU Mea'uu.t, lows.
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orU ilTKltrfm, IU.
Bur Jiif tou, Iowa.
Columbus Jr., lows. ntl
Cdar Ui.pioi, Iowa.
Is IIoom, Iowa.
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I-rairlo City. IU.
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Kw k IruxL. IU.
K wan Creek, IU.
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Tsylor KHe, HL
1 onion, IU.
Wsinat Grove, IU.
WA Lortr, Iowa.
Vales CUjr, EL
Bought, antl which has been
has borne th sio-mitnm of
has boon made under his per-
supervision since its infancy.
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GHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co.
Traderi Ins. Co.,
Union Ins. Co.
Bockiord Ins. Co.
Security Ins, Co.
- Newark, N. J.
. - Rockford. Ill
New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111.
Office. Room 3. Ttuford block. Rates
aalow as consistent wtita aeouiity.
J. M. Buford,
The ol! Fire and
panies Represented .
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates aa low as an
can afford. Your
GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represent the following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
Roches-tar Gorman Ins Oo.
Boebeater. M T
Free port. I
Buff alo German " Buffalo. N V
Germ so Fire Peoria, I
New Hampshire " .... Manchester, N H
Milwaukee Meobtclea " ...... MUwsuk.e.Wle
naellty and Csauslly .... ..New fork
Office corner Eighteenth street
Second avenue, second Door,
Best Dining Car Service.
John Voile &, Co.,
Builders : : :
A LAO U AlTCrACTURCS OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Moulding;
Veneered and Hard Wood floor
ing of All Kinds.
81ngleand Doable Strength Window
Ulass, folished f late, Dereled
Flate and Art Glass.
gl-W Kahteenth Rock SancJ.