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, Administrator's Notice.
' kstate or Charles f;llo. Dmiml.
Sinistra tnx of I lie estate of Cbsrle
Hto, lata of the county of Bock Island, sure
f Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice that the
rill appear before ILe eoonty court of Kock Inland
eeaty, at theoflVc of tus clerk of said court, ia
se city of lUiek lflanrl, at the April trrm on
se Srst Monday in April next, at which time
tX ftervoaa having rlnlms airainttl said estate arc
otoeed and rei'iiaM4 to attend, for the pnrpono
( aaving tbu Mine adjusted. All persons in
ebted tosaid estate are rejaeLed to make in:
waists payment to the andersiiroed.
uatea uta iwb aay oi January, A. jj. it)K.
ELIZABETH OTTO. Administratris.
K state of John ll'Brien defeased.
The nmloriirn-'t bavin'.; nnrM.iiitt ever-
Vor of tut last mil and l-n'am-i.t of J.ilm
ffBrien tale of the county of Kirt l-ljn.t. ,tal
bf Illinois, di-iseaserl. bert-li .'ive uoiwe lint he
wul air lefre the jointly court of Kim-Ic Isl
and eoonty. at the ollii-e of ihc rierk f s:'d ruiri,
-a the city of Iters iKlni'i.iU tr.e Msrrii l-mi, on
ihe first Monday in March mx at li' li time, all
ocrsons haviiii; cluiifisairait st rattl estate are no
tified and requested to sttei.d, for the pnrpose of
oavtns the some aljueri.
i All persons Indebted to raid estate are re
does ed to make immediate payment to the un
Vstea inn sain aay or uecemoer. a. u.. inb.
ANDltEW O Bit. EN, Executor.
Kstata of liana Elsfeldt. deceased.
of the last will and testament of Hans Ein
sldt. late of the county of Bock Island.
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby iriva notice
'hat she will appear before the county conn of
stack Island county, at the office of the clerk of
said court, in the city of Hock Island, at the
starch tetm. on the first Monday in March next
a which time all persona hsviner.laims aua'.ust
said estate are notified and requested to attend
.Ijr the purpose or having tbe same uijusied.
All Dertons Indebted to said estate are re
iqaetted to stake Immediate payment to the nn-
Dated this iM'h .1st or iweniiwr, A. n. Jiwi.
OAUoLINK KlNFeLDT. KxccHris.
Notice to Contractors.
Healed proposals will be receircl at th rity
clerk's office. Kock l-l.imi, 111., until Monday.
Ken. 4, 11WS. at ! o'clock p. m.. fi r riinstruntiiK
the separate improvements ordered by oraibsnces
of said cit, enlisted as follows:
"An ordinsncc ffir the improvement of Thir
tieth stieet from the south line of Fifth tveuue
to the north line of tcvenlh avrnne, all in fe
city of Rock Island, state of Minoi-," parked
Jan. 11. 18.
"An ordinance for the improvement of Seventh
venue from the ea-t line of Seyenlecnth street
to the west line or Twentieth street, and from the
east I ne of Twentietn stn er to the west line of
Twenty-third street, all in the city of Hork Isl
and, state of Illinois," parsed Jan. 11. IMS.
"An ordinance for the tmprove-neiit of Twelfth
street from the south line of Fourth avenne to
the sonth csri-ate limits of the tly of K-jek Isl
and, state of Illinois." passed Jan. 11, lfJS
And for fuml-bin'4 all the mstrria's and doint
the work areordinz to plans and specifications on
ale st the city clerk's ollice.
Blank bids will be furnished on application.
Bids mnst he separate for ev-h Improvement
above specified, and ni4 le accompanied with
a certified eberk in me sum of live hundred
ffslj tlallas. piyal.le to the onHrof the mayor
of said city, which shall Ik-come forf. il.Nl to said
city, incase tie bidder shall fail to enter i to
contract with auprov.-'d son-tics to execute the
work for the price mentioned In his hid and ac
cording to the plans and sppcitirati-ms in the
event that the contract shall be awaided to him.
Contractors are reoiiired to furnish ratules of
b'icsV wilh which work is to le done. Urick
nsed ia the work must corrcssnd with the sam
ples in quality ana stvle.
Rock island. III.. Jan. 11. 1V
A. D. IIUESING, City Oerk.
Representing amon; other ttme-triel
.and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Winchester German Ins Co.,
Wetclister FiM ' .
Kaftalo tier sun "
Hprinpr Uonlon " .
German Kire "
Milwaukee Mechanics "
Sec art ty " .
....Rot-hester. V T
ItitfTalfl. ft V
.. Manrfaeter N 11
. New Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, secon lioor.
Telephone No. 10i7.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
HAYES ft CLEAVSLAHB
RepreaeDtios: orer 40 Million Dollar
of Gtfeh asseta
Tire Ufa. Tornado.
Boada of 8urwcynip.
: umcU Bangstoaw Btoek Kock blaad. Ills.
war rata: tkoy will toteraet yon.
General . .
TaaaM lira ad Tlma-trlaw Oowpaal
LC.S8S Pronptlv Pali.
I tow at aay icHahto
spacy caa aVaM
TToha EnrytUsg From Tlct
Z-i CisiteoMtf to Cireu Ttt
Lt?t Ctrts!Bt a EmdsVitji
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. XX. PABSXH.
Telephone No. 1214
A RETIRED BUSINESS WO jJAS.
A Page From Her History.
T!;o l-npt)rwnt experiences of other are
intvrestiui:. T!ie following is no exception:
"I had been troubk-rl with heart lieuse 25
years, in j'-ii of that t ime very seriously. For
live venrs 1 wa-lrcated hy oiie filiysii'ianron-tlnu(.a-ly.
1 was ia business, l.ut obliged to
rrliro oii accoiint of my boallh. A pby-sit-lan
toid niy Mends that I ooultl not live a
niontii. Myieetautl limbs were badly nwol
loii, un'3 I wn indeed iu a ser'oan cotidition
wiicn s; p--nf lemnn tlirected my attention to
Ir. i!i.es' N'ctv lieurK'ure, rn'l said tlmt liis
Rioter, who lmtl Iwn afflicted with heart ai-ea-se.
hud Uca ercd by tlie reiaeil.v. nl r.:t
ult! u btroni?, lieultliv tvfjrxii.n. I p'jr.-lmsrd
a bulil-juf the Heart Cure, i.nd la lni than
nn hoar nfu-r takioz tl.o lirtt cose 1 cdiiIU
ft!l n ;eii!l 1nprovemtnt lit tlte ir'iiiatioa
of t!y li'ivxt. Wlieti I bad ta!.en three tiir.es 1
coul:l ruovu mv utiktes, tm:!ietiiiu I bad not
dooo for niauLl.:i.and toy limits bad been kwoI-l-u
s.-lu!ii;tiiat tliey fceemed niruost putritied.
Itef.jrd I hud taken one bottle of ll.e New
l.iear'Curo tlie svvc!iin4 bad nil uona down,
and I nasx) u ucli better tbut I did my onn
work. On my rv'oiniueudat ion fit others are
tal.irritlii valuable remedy." Mrs. aiorui
5t'."t W. llar.-ioa t-.t.'hii'aro. 111.
Ur. Miles' Sew Heart Cure, a discovery of an
eminent specialist in heart ciiseuse. issiiid by
all drutrit.s ou a ptMitive gunrautee.or so:it
by the Or. Mile MikIh uI o..fJkIiart. Ind..on
rece.lptof pr?i;e. 81 per Ixrttle. six bottles for
15. expi-ess prepaid. It is positively flefc Uum
ail opiates or dangerous urui-s.
State Savings Bank,
Momxk. II I... Oflice Corner
Fifteen ill St. an-l Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Snyilri
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits-
n:n'a--d rn:'ri State laws.
Ou4-n from 9 a. m. to a . ni . and
rlner'ay and Saturday Bights from
1 to 8 p m
C F Uebenwat,
. Vice rrelilent
- - Cahlcr
rORTEBSKlTSEO, Til UI DaliLISO.
II II AiNnwouTU, f.to II EwiM'f
C F Uebenwat, C A Hose,
C R Aixswobth, W II Adams,
W W Welis.
REA1.. ESTATE LOANS
or private parties in In
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Ban
Of OHCUAKD. NSUKAAK.A
K. W. Dam, Prvsident.
I. 8. Iat Cashim
'.tcliell Lynde. Bankers.
i. f. Kobuison, CactaTer hock Island Nauoaa)
t. C. Carter, w . f
Henry tut'i Sctia, Waoiesaie (iroer.
Waolsaale Deals and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
MM and 16M Third Av
iAvde & WcO
fllAUO lOtk Say.
rraiarrs ths thm Braatta la 3t Bara, It acta
powerfully aud quickly. Cures when all other
lau. 1 Nine men will recant their lost manhood.
and olactn will recover their looihf'J vicot
by asinz VITALIS. liquickiTajKi sorely re
store Servouiorsa, Lost V;ial:ty. Impotency,
Kisatlv Fssissmns, Lost Power, Faii'.n? Mto
ary. Wastimr InMrtm. and all effects of re'f
abase or excess and ictt.soretioa n arris off
tnsaaitr and eoosumpuon. Insist on having
VITALIS. no other, uaa De carnea in vest
octet. By anil. Sl.wper Packsre,orsiX for
I. aw, with a snallia arritssa awarssfsa t em
ar lsfS tho swy. Orenlsr tr-R. Addreaa
CilsVBaT Ikaa! CMrAII.
Iwtaala at Beck Iatan ky
V 1 A.
V m -aBBBaaaaaa.
ts -M-T- to t a -m.
Coi ran Actually Cets a Move
on the Members.
WHOLE LOT OF INFORMATION ASKED
Ails Threat That Financial Lrs'alatioa
Shall Be Had If It I a to Go aa a Blder
a aa Approprlatkm Bill Peffer's Kefer
endnm Idea Boos Banking Commute
Minority Contracts a Mrasure Situa
tion K at Iter SrattereiL
Washington, Feh. t. A critical stage
nf the linanciiil tlist-ussion v:is unexect
eily precipitatej in the s-nate just before
tlie senators were prvpaiing to K hotue.
Iutermitteut refcrenie bail been m.wle to
tlie subj i t throughout tlio day", Imt ic
n without dcttnite form or purpose,
and the wnato finally lapsed into a dis
cussion of the District of Columbia ap
propriation bill. But the financial ques
tion arose incidentally, and finally at 5
o'clock Gorman launched a speech which
proved to be one of the most effective he
has delivered at the present session of
congress. Tie pointed out the gravity of
the treasury situation,- intimating that
the f.-ietS'-were lining held back, and that
an investigation would show startling de
liuieiieles. He defended the snat'' against
charge of impotent-y ami der.lare 1 thnt he
hail perfect faith that this jiie.it Im 'jt
would do its full duty before omjivtu ad
journed. Tli re tt-MS a Finaueial Ili4er.
After charjrinjr that the troulij w.1.4
irijr'!iially lliw to itopiililieaii le;:sl:iti.ii,
(iitrinan said of tlie senate: "Uwll i:ift
this j;reat tmeritf ncy. If in no other way,
it will plow 011 an appropriation l.ill a
provision by which cvory ohliati-ui uf
tills jjowrntnent will lx amply i:i.-t and
the honor of the government wiil bo
maintained." Gjrman said hu did not
care what the details of this provision
might be what kiud of money was to be
provided. Ilut he appealed to Republican
senators to join in meeting the issue. It
was their duty as well as that of the Dem
ocratic senators. Hill was at once on his
feet a.-kiug why tlio ?e:intor from Mary
land had not allowed the financial resolu
tions to ss earlier in the day. Gorman
said he wanted them to pass, and would
fnove to lay aside the District of Columbia
appropriation hill a:rl put the financial
res: liitions on their immediate passage.
ICeavlntiona That Were Fasaeft,
The rtsMilutions were then taken up and
passed in one-two-three order. One by
Hill calls on tlie treasury to inform the
s -it.it o if legislation is nei:3ssary or desira
ble toward the issue of 1mi:1s to nuvt de
ficiencies in revenue an 1 if S3 what the
substantial features of the legislation
should be. Only Allen voted no on this.
Tlie next was by Allison and calls for
similar information, but was amended
at troriiinn's motion so as to call 011 the
secretary for details on every possible de
tail of reveiMie, reserve, delicleney, as
sets, et., that can shed any light on the
financial situation. The amendmeat and
resolutions wen? atloj-tcJ without dissent,
ufter Teller had suggested that Gorman
ought to ask for information 11s to why
the Democratic president and the Demo
cratic leuders in the senate could not
agree on what was the trouble.
1'effer'a Fropoaed Kefereailaw.
A joint resolution providing for a spe
cial election on the first Tuesday of Oc
tober, lsv", to ascertain the will of the
peopio resjiecting financial matters was
introduced by IVlTcr. The questions to
lie submitted to the people are to include:
Shall congress provide for the issuo of
interest beariug bonds; shall congress
provide for the withdrawal of tha green
backs from circulation; shall 3ongres3
provide for the coinage of gold and silver
at tho present legal ratio, and shall paper
money b-j issued by the government only?
NOBODY SATISFIED WITH THE BILL.
And No Fuliey Adopted by the
in tha IIoum?.
A huz: of uncertainty surrounds tho
fate of the administration financial bill
In the house next week. Comparatively
few members of either party are satisfied
with the measure in its present form with
the amendments which have been added,
and which, some assert, have distorted it
from tlie form of a definite plan or policy.
TIn ro Is no talk of a caucus by either
party at this time and the policy of each
senilis to tc every man for himself. Few
incniliers of the banking committee are
pleased with tho bill and several amend
ments will be proposed by them in tho
Chairman Springer today made a brief
report to the house on the bilL The re
port said that tlio president's message
"sets forth clearly and forcibly the reasons
for the passage of this bill. Your com
mittee cou'.d add nothing In facts or argu
ment whrr-h would better portray the ex
isting conditinu o? our financial affairs, or
more clearly demonstrate the necessity for
prompt and patriotic action on the part of
congress to secure the needed relief."
After relating the amend men ts which are
recommended the r pjrt adds: "The ex
traordinary condition to which the presi
dent has referred in bis message, and the
iiecessity for immediate action in view of
the early a.lj jumnient of this congress,
have constrained your committed to con
cur in reporting the bill with the proposed
amendments to tho house for its consid
The Democrats of the committee who
voted against reporting the administra
tion bill Hall of Missouri. Cox of Ten
nessee and Black of Gi-orgia will report
a substitute based upon the Carlisle cur
rency bilL The minority bill repeals the
law requiring a deposit of bonds as a
gold basis for the Issue of national banks,
and allows iu its stead a deiosit by banks
herafter organized of leg! tender or
treasury notes to tlie amount of 3J per
cent, of their circulation. A tax or one
half of I per cent, on circulation Is fixed
and national banks are rjj.jirec' to re
dnrm their own note- at pv.
It provides for a safety fund of 5 per
out. to ue used for the final redemption
of failed national brink notes; authorizes
the secretary of the treasury to Invest any
money iu safety funds in United States
bonds; provides that every national bank
at present organised may withdraw its
bonds and take oat circulation nnder this
act, and repeals section VI and as much of
section .2 of the art of July It, lstti, as di
re, ta thb secretary of the treasury to re
ceive dcpjsiu of gold and to issue certifi
cates of gold thereon, and also repeals
section 31 of the act of Jane S, 1S34, and
sections al!U and Hits of tho revised atat
Btea. Then It pro viae toot no bink organl&t
tioat ander this act aball bo allowed to
temtmrt tvolnmo et currency Trlthoct
tho consent of the seerstary of tho treas
ury or tha state officer empawercd
to pass uron such matters. It tirovides
.'or the retirement of leznl tenders and
:reasiiry notes of less than tin This is
lone in this manner: Whenever there
ihill be received in the treasury of ths
United State any legal tender notes or
treasury notes of lest denomination than
310 Hie sar.ur shall be cancelled and
silver dollars or silver certificates of liko
lenominutlous shall be issued jin amitunts
equivalent ta such notes csncelled, and in
jr.ler to put tlie provisions of that auction
into effect the secretary of the treasury is
required to coin the siiver bullion in tha
It authorize tho secretary of the treas
ury to require any part of the customs du
ties on imports to lie paid inVuited States
legal tender notes or treasury notes; au
tbciri.s a bond issue under ttieiu t of Jan.
1 1, IST.i, to pr4: ct the r.-jerve, and lias the
Carlislo provisions in resard to stute
banks, but eicinptin from the 10 per
rent, tax only notes of a denomination
ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE NOTES.
Military DeneleBcy and Anna Insane Asy
lum Appropriation Bills F Assad.
SPEISGFIEI.D, Feb. L Tho senate or
dered bills regulating the filing of plats
of ground outside of cities and villages,
reducing the time for contesting wills
from three to two years, and amending
the assessment law to third reading. The
military deficiency bill and tho bill pro
viding for the reconstruction of the in
sane asylum at Anna were passed with
emergency clauses. Kitpatriefc intro
duced a kill to remove the f,000 death
limit, llerry introduced a bill fornni
formit of text liooks In public schools.
Wells iutriNiuced a bill appropriating
HT0.0U0 annually for expenses of the
Soldiers' and Sailors' home at Ojiincy,
Ills., and -jo,iKj for improvements on the
In the house Merritt introduced a reso
lution providing that no appropriation
shall be made for the use in this state of
coal produced outside, and that county,
city and village authorities be requested
to use only Illinois coal; referred. A pe
tition that plumbers bo required to pass
examinations was filed from 800 physi
cians. A resolution for a bill to abolish
grand juries and require judges of courts
nf record to perform the same work as the
jurii-s was referred. A bill to punish mem
bers of the A. P. A. was introduced by
Woolsey. Oilier bills were: To prevent
"ringing" on race tracks; to protect game
birds and animals; to provide a small
bunting flag for tho grave of each dead
veteran buried In the state, for use on
Decoration day; making sixty -eight
pounds of corn a bushel instead of seventy.
Ah Sin, as (,'snal. Holts When tho Tag of
War Cornea Osu
ChT.e Foo. Feb. 1. Wel-IIni-Wcl was
captured Wednesday after two days'
skirmishing. Tho Chinese bolted when
the act 11 11I assault was mode. It is stated
that their loss was 2, (XX) men. Ltd Lung
Tnu, an island near the city, on which are
workshops and some forts, is still in the
hands of the Chinese. All the Knropeans
in the oity escaped unhurt. reported
that iluriii!? the iiglitit'z all 1110 Chinese
men-of-war and ships in tho harbor sailed
A colored woman in New Orleans is
abont to take her degree In medicine and
will be the first woman to practice in that
city with a degree won in Louisiana.
A movement has been started in New
foundland for annexation to the United
A copy of the first edition (1533) of
George Herbert's "The Tempio" was sold
nt auction at Xcw York for $1,050. Tho
purchasers were Dodd, Mead & Co., said
to bo acting for Philip Armour, of Chi
cago. The czar has liberated or reduced tho
punishmen t of 0,00u prisoners since he
ns proclaimed, and his mercy will prob
ably be extended us much more in the near
James Paxtou Yoorhees, son of Senator
Voorhees, of Indiana, has just completed
n bust of Kichnrd Malcomb Johnson, of
Kentucky, once a vice president of the
United States, which will be placed in a
niche In the senate chamber.
Oliver Wendell Holmes received $500
the highest price he ever touched for a
single poem for his verses eulogizing
J. Scott Ellis, of Farmington, Me., who
is 102 years old, was preparing to shave
himself when he fell and broke his hip.
The old gentleman had not been obliged
to call In a doctor before for eighty years.
The annual charity ball in aid of the
Nursery and Child's hospital took place
at Carnegie Music hall. New York, last
cvening.Gov. Levi P. Morton led the grand
Governor Knute Nelson, of Minnesota,
lias formally resigned ami tho lieutenant
governor, D. M. Clough, has liccn sworn
as governor. Nelson will so n take his
seat in the United States senate.
As the result of a crusade against gam
blers and lottery sharps that class of clti.
cens has moved out of Kansas City, Kas.,
and the anti-vice association is happy.
A recount of the ballots in the contest
of Mrs, Nina White for school superin
tendent of Christian county. Ills., shows
that she was elected by eleven plurality
over Robert Orr. This makes every
county officer Republican for the first
time in the history of the county.
Dr. H. A. McChesncy.n young high-flyer,
of Green Bay, Wis., gave a stag and pro
gressive cinch party. Henry Bohr, a
wealthy brewer, the winner of the first
prize, received a deed to twelve acres of
land valued at 15,000.
The Illinois Glass company, at Alton,
has shut down a continuous tank fur
nace, throwing out of employment 323
hands. This Is owing to the action of the
child labor law.
Cherokee Hill Pleads Gailty.
FT. r-VITH, Art, Feb. L Cherokee
Bill was arraigned and pleaded guilty.
Me was charged with tlie Bed Fork rub
bery. Ho looks haggard but had nerve
enough to abuse his betrayers vicously
when he aaw them In the court room.
Pevsccutssa of Prtae Pightera,
Xesia, O., Feb. L Mike Norton and
Eddie Connors, who came here to give a
twenty-round glove contest for fnu, were
jalied last night because they could not
give tl.ujo bends to keep the peace.
Olthfia, Wash., Feb. L Be publican
caucus hae nominated Representative
John L. Wilson for U nited States senator.
Wilson received ! votes; necessary tog a
Mayor Pfaagroe aad Others Baforo tho
Lansing. Feb. L The most rein ar ta
ble bearing ever given before the legisla
tive committees in Michigan took place
here, the measure under discussion being
Senator Thompson' bill to provide for
the appointment of Detroit health board
by the governor instead of by tho mayor
now. Several hundred citizens came
out from Detroit by special train, about
tw"-thirds of them favoring the bilL
The opposition to the present board was
based on the allegation that Mayor l'ln-
gree had made a political machine of the
board, which is now wholly incapable of
hnndling tlio smallpox epidemic lJr.
Donald McLean of Detroit, president of
the American Medical society, represent
ing the doctors of Detroit, about fifty of
whom were present, urged the passage of
the bill as necessary to tho safety of the
citizens. Mayor Piugree stioke at great
length. He said but little of the question
at issue, but reviewed his career as mayor,
and assigned a personal grievance to each
of rho friends of the proposed bill. Per
sonalities predominated on both sides and
but little argument was injected into the
Mew Vork Financial.
New Yokk, Jan. 3L
Money on call easy at ll-.! per cent,
i'rime mercantile. pap?r Si( tier cent.
Sterling exchange firm, with actual business
in tankers' UiiU at 4Sf'j ilJ4g for demand and
lt iliDHfiv six y days: postal ra'.ei tJS
tU'U,: commercial b'.IW ts7'4
Silver certificates tlie 01,1; uu salos; bar sil
ver, ff . Mexican dollars tt 4.
t'niterl States tfoveruuteut bonds S's rejrular
1M: ft'a concurs Uaifc; 4s regular 11J: f's
coupous 1124; -' r.'t'iiar K; iacitiu's of Hi
Clileago tJraiu and I'rotluco.
Cun An. Jan. 31.
Produce: Butter -Extra creamery, Stio
jwr H extra dairy. SJo: isickiuK stock. SjiWc.
KjiKS r resu stocK. lie per Uux.. loss on.
Lnense l Poultry iSpriug chickens &&7e per
lb.; turkeys. A'liSc; oueks, St,ltJe; goese. 7(7ac
Potatoes Bur banks good t clinic. 51.."7o
per bu.; Hekrons, ."vlTVAV: Early liose, sTui-Vto,
Sweet Potatoes Illinois. Sl.i"..i,L') per huL
t 'ran lie tries) Cape OmI; fair to good, 99.Uik
ID.flo per bbl: choice to fancy. slLtAWinj.
Honey White clover, 1-lb setiuus. new stock,
i;;t-"',l4c; broken co.nli. lir 'l'c: dark eomo,
poor packages. Sir; str.iiuei C .lif.irnia'! 0e.
Chicago Live Stock.
Ciui-Aon, Jan. 31.
Live Stock Prices at tho L'uion Stock yards
today ranxed as follows: II;gs Estimated
receipts for tha d.ty Ill.oii; sales ranged at
Xi.7Jlttl.U0 pia-a. l.i.T.V.vt-l'i li-ht, SlNOiAi-j
roucli packing, fi.soi,l.2i mic.t, and H.OU
.:! heavy packiai: and sliipi'iiis lots.
Cuttli ItecelpU for the day. 111,0)1; quota -tifius
ranged ut tLHTivo ehois to extra
shippiuit stwora. SI.:flix4.HI good t'l choiea tio.
41 fair to t; ".l. IUi' ( eouuiion to
medium do., $:ii..1.ll btitclicrs' steers, it 10
tr.i.Wi stoi-kers. t:.utii;Lt feetlers, tiXi&l.'M
cows. Ji:si..:i.:K li. if. rs. Sl .Vl rJ :w bulls, ;.7I
sj.7j Texas stoern, I-.7 1 i,4.t western rangers
and $i.tXk;-i.aJ vel calves.
ShHepKatiulhted receipts for tha day,
ll'.mut; sales ranged at ti.Vl .j,l.u I westerns,
r.' ni.t -UT. Texans, tl.lUd4.10 natives aad ti.Hi
Taw Local sHarhetf .
Com new. K&jc
f'.fiy TirtbT, fl3t13: roand. tlOOfll;
wuo.'salu;i'iongn jH7; baieu. fa,
FRCrT AKD VESETaBtZS.
- Onions 30c per do.
BuJer Fair to choice, ISc; fresh creamery,
Kess Fresh. S33.
Poultry Culckens, 8c; turkeys, 7c.
Cattle -Butchers ray for com fed
trr, .: cows and heifers, sfcO ;
Spring lamb. 4MOSC a pound.
Coal Soft. 10c
Wood $U.50 per cord.
Wool I lc irr pound .
VTheJ Baby was sick, we raveher Castotta.
Vhm sbe waa a Chilil. she crksl far Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she .-lung to Castoria.
Whea abs had ChjUrca, slie gave them CasUa la
Children Cry for
.... We Offer Voa a Reasedy Which I
rasstrcs Safety to LMe of Mother aad Chile.
rniciiLi un nst.
Attmm nslnff flM botlls) of "linmwmm'
1 IBIEXD lunenii dui pain, arm nra
f not eSDSilence tlmt weaau
usual in sues caws.-1
ASSiia Oaca. ;
f Baxter Sprlncs, I
at or bottle.
rsrelpt of pries.
to Mothers muleil
rS. Boiu uj ail vrugaisis
BBABFIELw SECtTUTOB CO., Itlai
OS j ? I
t i 0 ! onnfi
TH1RTT yoatra' ooaerwatlrrsi f Castorta with the pafnacoof
aaUMowa of peraons, peirmlfws to apoakoMt without arwoaalnK.
It Is ataiqnoatlonably fheheat rsmstly forlafants smd ChIlTO
ko world has ever faowg. It is liaranloaa. Chlldrew liho It. It
(.rea them health. It will save thetrHTOs, 1st It Mothers haTa
aasBBarthlBat whlch le absolutely aafe auad yratctioaJly porfoet sw o,
Cswtwrim destroys Wotbbb.
Castoria allays reverishneas.
Castoria prevents vomiting Soar CnrdL.
Caatorla ewrea Pjarrheast and Wind CoUe.
Castoria rolieveo Teethlaug TronMea.
Caatorle. aarw CoatstipatloBr and nataleaaey.
CsLoria MewtraliBea tha efects of carhenie smid gaa or pclstmone alf.
CaatoraeoBjtotQtaiB isurrphine, opiniBL, or other ausreotie propel ty .
Caatorla asafaaJIateo the food, regulates the atOBBahBhowelaj
Srhrlng haaHhy and natnral aleep.
Caatorle. te pat sip isi oaio-atee Tbottlea only.It ts mot aold 1st walk.
But tUvw amy oe to sell yon anythlnK else m the Tien f rremlaa
that it ta "Jaat aa r"d" and "will answer every pwrrtaoeJ
Boo that yon sret C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
The) tac -simile
Children Cry for
T F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Reck Island Keating
an. Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, 111. Tel. No. 1288
Sole Agents for tbn Vi rninn.
laCORPORATKD UNDER THE iTATK LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kock Islaho, III.
Open dally from 1 a. at. to 3 p. m, and Saturday evenmrs rroai T to 8 cVleak.
riT per oent Interest paid on Deposits, Honey loaned on Personal ecU
l&teral or Real Estate security.
t. L lnTCHStJs Pruet. F C.DEUMAKN.VlceFres't. J Hi BUFOBB, Osatder.
If. tk. SittchSll. T. C DTOlttPiitm, John Cmbanpli. Ptifl mteall, H.P. HnP, U Sh on,
K. W Onrst, J. M. Rnford, Jokn Volk.
Jscbaob at Hckst. boUoitors.
BeKsn h'ls.ncra July s, m, aad occupy Lbs aonUkeavt comer of afttcbell ft LyBAo Brw sb kttBf '
All kinds nf carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
J. . BasawgiavD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
ones Heating and Sanitary- Plnmbin;. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
Contractor and Builders
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder.
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vise Street. BOCK ISLKD.
Propyl eto ror
One Btocs; fiesa Central Park, largest la Iowa.
City 'Bxlo and Express Line
Tat Btis or Express Line telephone 1141, and yon will reeeire
ti n p.f.UT.iTrn ft cgcaoaa, Propa.
Sec. and Treas.
General JoMilni; done on short notice
and satisfaction guaranteed
of the Brs5y ttraat
of Cot stowers oasstatitly on Land.
ani Brady street, navannort. Ia