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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY-21, 1895. ? - J LEGAL MkrrltH Male. By virtue of an exeeatioa and fee Mil lamed oetof -Maaeeof Ike clerk of the efrcnlt eoart of Bock bland cooatv, and Mate of Illinois, aad directed, to the tberiff I Bock Island eonty, wkereby Ike id neriff is coaunanded to auk the aatoeat of a certain Jndeneat recently oe I slued against Michael o'Donoell. and in faro- or Baanah Mlake ont ft the land, tenements, goods and chatties of said defendant. Michael O'l oe nell. I hare levied apon the following described tiroperty.to-nit: Bart V() one-balf northwest t) one-quarter of section (Tit wenry-ne. township tli nn tern. north range (1) three, east of the principal m rt.iian. situated n tne cuuaty of Bark Irian, elate of Illinois. Therefore, In compliance K said romm andI will exoose for sale at public auction all the rirbt, title and interest of tne abort named, Michael O' Donor II, la aad to the above described property, on 29th day of February, A. !., 1MB, at (3) two o'cloc k p. m., at the north door of the Court Ilonse. in the ci'.r of Rock Islan". In the connty of Bock Island and state of IIIHois. for csh in hand, to satisfy said execution and fee bill. FREDERICK O. HEMES' WAV. PbenB of Kock inland uoanty.lllinou- Rpacinl Tavatlo- Xotsro. Notice Is hereby riven to all persons interested, that the city eoaael of tie rity of Rock Island bariar orili-rr-d that fwrlfth street, fnvn the ronlh line of Vonrth avenue to the soma corporate lirn I'S of the said rity of Kock Island, in the county of Kock Island and state oi' Illinois, he earned with earhstone. excavated and traded. improved, and pared with brick, as provided for hr tbe ortil aaece for said improvement, which ordinance for said improvement Is on die in tbe office of tbe city clerk of said city, and said city has applied to the conaty eoart of Kick Isl aad connty, Illinois, for an assessment and levy of the cosis of said improvement upon and from she lots and rarrs of lot and tracts of knd rontir aocs lo tbe line of said improvement In said ordi nance orcirren to be constructed. In proiionlon to the fmotacc of such lota, parr of kv and tract of laad upon the improvement ao ordered to be constructed as aforesaid; and an assessment thereof having been male and rein roc to said court, the nnal hearing tberecn will be had at the March probtte term of said court, commencing; . on tbe fourth dar of March A. I)., IHfi. Al pers-ms desirine; may Urn snd there ap pear and make tberr defense. taud at Hoc llad, Illinois, this 15th day of Pebraary, A D Uj. T. P. Weich, l". B. Case. JoXA -SAB. Commissioners. Rpeclal Taxations Katie. Nolle I hereby g'Ven to all oersona faiter est d. tbat Ilia city ronnell of tb-cilvof nock Inlane navtri; orrcrrd thtte cost of the eon stinrtios of sidew-lk in slid city on Fir-t, Third. Fonrtb, Fifth, AizU. Fevenih avenne hall he rai-ed and paid for by special t xation. Hatd tmpmv meotbaviic beea made and com pleted by vtrtne of an ordinance pastel by said city ronncil Oct ber i. 1 4, and amended by aa ordinance of November 10, 1HP4, which said or dinance for Slid Improvement is on file 'n the f ffl.ee of tbe city clerk of said city, snd said city hs spplied to tne county court of Fork Islsnd connty. illicols. for aa assessment and levy of the co-ts of said improvement upon atd from the lots and parts of lots and tract of lcn I contiguous ti tbe line of raid improvement in said ordinance c nlert-d to be c:structed. in Drotiortlon to tbe f ron ta'e of aiu h lota, parts of lot, ar.d tracts of land upon the Improvement so oriered to be con structed a. aforesa-d : and aa assessment thereof having been made and returned to sad court, the Bnil bearine tberer n will be had at tbe March probate term of said court. ommettclng oa the in usy or asrrs, a. v ik. All persons deal- ing may then and there appear and make their defense. Dated at Kork Island, I'.lino's, this 19th day of reoruary, a. v., it&s. t: v. tri s-dsls, William Bakib, C. B. II vans. Commiss'oners. Mperbal Taxatlow Notice. Notice Is hereby civen to all persons ln'rrestf d that the city council of tbe city of Kork Island having ordered tbst the cost of the comtrjciion of sidewalks in said city on Seventh, Twelfth, Mxierntb, Nineteenth, Iwrnty drvt and foity secm.d streets shall be raised an I nail for by sceclnl taxation: ssid ImDrovtment hxvinir been made and com i l-ted by virtue of an o -til nance V passed by said city council C'ctober 8, imn, and amendatl oy rrainance or AovemDer lu. 1HU4, which said ordinances for said iaprovement Is on nie in tne otnee oi mi c.iy ciers or sata c ty, ana said city lias applied lo tbe county conn of Bock Islsnd county. Illinois, for an assessment and evv of the costs of said improvement npon and f'om the lots and pari of lota and tracts cf land contig uous to ' the line of Slid improvement in said ordinances rrdcred to be ons'tneted ia proportion tiths frontase of such Ms. parts of lot .-, and tracts of lsnd non the improve ment so ordeied to be constructed as afore said; and an asesment thereof having been saaile and returned to said couit, the final hear InsT thereon will be had st ths March probate term of said court, eomrnencin; oa tbe fourth dsy of March. A. D.. 1-05. All rersons deslrins msy then n1 there appear aad make their di fense. Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 19th day of Febra-ry, A. D., IbVJ. ', C. Tnnasoai-c, P. B. Ivans, WlLLIlS Bakeb, Commissioners. MotVee to Contractors. Sealed proposals will he received at the city clerk's office. In tbe city of Rock Island, III. until Monday. March 4, 1896. at s o'clock p. m. for constructing the improvement or dered by an ordirance entitled: "An ordi nance fur tbe tmnroveaaent of nlleva In bloc s "O" one (I), two (. thirteen (IS), fourteen 114) and irteen(!5i. it the ciiy of Rork Island, bnowa as Old Town, and block one (Il.two (iL thr -e (Si, tea i 10) and e'even fill. In Spencer r Cae's ad dition to the city or liock Island and state of Illi nois,'' pased rrb.4. 1SS. aad for furnftiing all the materials and doing tbe work accorditur to plans and specifications oa lie at the city clerk's ofHee. Blank bids will he furnished oa application. All bds mast be accompanied with a cert i fled check in the snm of Ira hundred dollars (S 0i oa some kock Is'snl bank. payabe to the ord r of the mavor of aid city, which eball become forfeited to said city, in esse tie bidder shall fail loenasr IMo anntrac. with auorored sureties to execute tbe work for tbe price mentioned la nts aid and so- cordis: lo the plans and pctncatt-as ia the emit that the contract shall be awa-ded to him. Contractors are rtonlred to famish sample of brick, with which work is to be done, brick ased ia the work must correpoai wiu the sam ple ia analiiy and s'jl. Hock jsUnd, IU-. Fob. 11. 15. A. D. DUE SISO. City Clerk. f B WINTER. Wines and Liquors. 11 and 1C1S Third Art Joim Voile 9c Co, CONTRACTORS HOTJSZ UUIIaDEBS. Mannfaetarers of Sash, Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders ttdinc. rtooriasv. TalaWtamW Csnasas film - lav X T.l VUSaaVt Positive l ore fur Ktdaejr mcd I nmrr inMiiii. RbeamiktiKfD, etc. it w from th sow Polyne rmn .throb, MA-VA-KATA' Mtan- B9 MhnCB hISFASFX linme: irr irrtcuw j de scribed in aa RHEUMATISM. lor It or-J.reb. . lI. and MrH- irai tiazw. or Ie.. ItOi Knriorsed hv the Hospitals and Phy- v i-... - .nrp feneeiftc . ore for kid- nevand rlslder Ins'-ases. Rheumatism Inahetes. Brieht-s lisee. Ilnck Una deposits. Liver lils ea". Female Complaints. "un in back. etc. Arxe or Tiro boll'trt n toXIt'. Descriptive ro sent fit 10 ali We know luat ALVA VIM n a I'nsi tive i 'are for tnese diseases, and to prove to yno Its Wonderful KHect. and for the sake of Intro doct ion. we will vnd yon enough for one week nse by mail, pr'-paid. S K. if yon are a Sof ferer. It Is an nnfaiPna ewrfc A trU lni von nn-.hinc. Address. THR nrlaffl MlfiMJ Cl'RK " d Fosrrttt Art Sear isra. ASTHMA-ssaa llUfin ettj.tioi.-.i Sore Core for AsUuna. A arrest Modern adieal Discovery. mm Vwtrsi(erat mr fim fmw. ror large Trial Can, J Vee, by mall, address, I0U IUPCXTIX6 CO.II62 Broadwar.Hei Yart PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOR-im, a. a. oosiaaxi.T. a. a. eonau.r. Counelly Sc Connelly, Attorneys at Law. Office second floor, o-rer Mliohell 4 Lf-ude'b ban. Money lo loaa. Jackson Be Hurst, Attorneys at Law. Office ta Rock Island National Bask buildlnr. a. d. mutt. c L. waLBCa. Sweeney Si Walker, -'ssnl Attorneys and Conncellors at Iaw Office ia Bencsuml Block. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Lecal bnsinees of all kind prompt! r attended to. state Attorney of Bock lalaad coanty. Office, ronton Block. McEniry & McEniry, Attorneys at Law. toaa money oa food ecnr'.ty: maee enrae- Uonr. Refr.renee. Mitchell at Lyada, haniera. umoa, roatoac uioca. PHTSICLAITS. . Dr. R. Jay, Veterinary Surgeon Office at Bfasssa 11 vary itable, elc phone IIS. S I.. Marstoo. M. D. Offlaa over TJarts a Ullemeyer drag store. Residence 731 Twenty-fonrth street. Office taiepaoaa iun. tfesjoeace xetepaone isbi. Office hoar t lo 11 am and 2 to 4 and to 8 p m Dr. B. O Miller, Specialist. Over W rein experience. Makes marrclon enres ia Acute and Chronic disease. RaaraATisa aad Kbobalbia Included. OTce 1509 Second ay. Office hoars a. m. to p. m. Dr. Chas. M. Robertson, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. Office, Whittaker Block, aoatbwest corner Third aad Brady streets, Davenport, Iowa Room IT and 18. Honrs: I to 11 a. m 1 to 4 p. x. a. aouAwacaa, a. a. a. a. aaara. a. n. Drs. Barth & Hollo wbush. Physicians and Surgeon. Lfaceentardst. BoKdeso 7M SIM at. Talepaamaian UN Dr. Dr. ilollowtmab t to 10 a. an. I 10 w la a. m. 1 to sand T to ap. at, I to lead f to 6 p, ax. ARCHITKCT9. Drack it Kerns, Architects and Superintendents. Itnoss ITXC RolMlns. cor Third area aad Nine leant h s're t. Edward L. Ti am matt, Architect. Offioa. Beam 41. IlllcbaU A Leads Baildlac. Geo. P. Staodunar. Architect. Flans aad anpeRnuadsaice) for all class of BsJIdtsra. Rooms a aad , KJicnell Lyada vaifciiBaT. Taaa earrasur. citt orncm W. A Darling, City Engineer. .Mitchell A Lynde'e buUding. DuiTiara. R. M. Pearce, Dentist. Rooau H aad U Kltchatl A Lyade's aaw BaUdJag. Take aieeator fuBKHO DAin DOOEIS Baths of all kinds, including Tnrkish. plain, a ham poo, elec tric, eloctro-thermal, ate., may be obtained at the Sanitariam Bath Booms, on the first floor of thallarpar Uoase. BOOMS OPEN. For Ladles From 9 a. m. to 19 ra. oa weak days For Gen tlemen From In. at. to 10 p-m. oa week days On Sundays the rooms will be open from 7a.HL to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Eleetrie aad ElernroHhenaal bath may be obtalaed at any time danaf bnainees hours. Gymnasium ermaeeted with bath UOdJCDGly DOUGLASS IS DEAD. Foremost Leader of the Negro Race in America. SUDDEN CLOSE OF A GREAT CAREER Strickeai with Heart Disease While Chat ting with Bis Wife, Ha Fasaea Away ia Twenty Miantes Story of His Life Itora friars ia Mary land His Master Perwiita Hiaa to Leaaa to Bead, and Ho fMrsnjarle t WorM-Wisla Keawara. Washington, Feb. 2L Frederick Doofflasr, the distinguished freedman, or ator, and diplomat, diel a few minutes b tfore 7 o'clock last night at his residence In Anacostir, a subutbof thisclty.of heart fai ure. His death was entirely unex pected, aa he had been enjoying the best of h .-tilth. Daring the afternoon ha at- PUEDEETCK DOf CLASS. tended the convention of the Woman's Council, now in prepress in this city, and chatted with Susan B. Anthony and oth ers of the leading members, with whom he hnd been on intimate terms for many years. When he returned homo he said nothing of any feeling of illness, though he expressed himself as Doing a little ex hausted from the climb up the stairs lead ing from the street to his house, which is on a high terrace. . IMed While Talking to His Wire. He sat down and chatted withbi9 wife about the women at the convention, tell ing of various things that had been said and done. Suddenly he gasped, clapped his hand to his heart and fell back uncon szions. A doctor was hastily summoned, and arrived in a few momenta, but his efforts to revive Mr. Douglass were hope less from the first. W ithin twenty min utes after the attack the faint motion of the heart ceased entirely and the great ex slave statesman was dead. Mr. Douglass leaves two sons and a daughter, tbe child ren of his first wife. His second wife, who is a white woman, survives him. Hs Marriage m White Woman. The tory of his second marriage is a romantic one. .aims Helen fitts. whom be married, was a New England woman of middle ago, a clerk in the of fice of the recorder of deeds of the District of Columbia when Douglass was ap pointed to that oflics. She was a mem ber of a literary society to which he be longed. They were thrown much together and finally became engaged. Her relative opposed the union bitterly on account of his color, but finally yielded to force of circumstances. Some of them have I f omo time bsen living near the Douglas home on Anaoostin Heights. SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF DOUGLASS Begins aa a Slave, Whose Muster Oava m Ulna Opportantty te Kaa Away. Frederick Douglass was born in Tucka- hoo3, Talbot county, Maryland, in Feb ruary, 1317. His mother was a negro slave and his father was a white man. At the age of 10 years he was sent to Balti more, where ho learned to read and write. His owner later allowed him to hire is own time at (3 per week and he was employed in a shin yard. In September, lb3d. be fled from Baltimore and made his way to New York. Hence be went to New Bedford, Mass., where be married and lived for two or three years, support ing himself by day labor on the wharves and In various work shops. While there he changed his name to Douglass. lie had previously been called Uoyds, the name of his old master. He was aided in his efforts for self education by William Lloyd Gaarlson. In the sum mer of lb-il he attended an nil ti -slavery convention at Aantuckct and made speech which was so well received that he was offered the agency of the Massachn- Anti-Slavery society. In this capacity he traveled and loctnred through the hew England states for four years. Large au dienoes were attracted by his graphic de scriptions ci slavery and his eloquent speecuca. At this time he published hU first book entitled Narrative of My Experience in Slavery." In IMo he went to Europe and lectured on slavery to enthusiastic audi' onoea in nearly all of tho large towns of Ureat llritain. In laid his friend in Kn land raised a purse of 1750 to purchase his freedom in due form of law. He remained two years in Ureat Britain and in 1847 began at Kochcster, N. Y , the publica tion of "Frederick Douglass Paper," whose title was afterward changed to "The North Star." In 1S55 he published -jay xionaage ana Aly reeUom." V:srwawia Legislative Notea. Madisox, Feb. si. In the senate the committee on claitrs reported for passage the bill providing for payment of neces sary traveling expenses of the labor coiu- rnissioner in lieu of a contingent fund. The committee oa state affairs renorted ad vet eel y tho bill requiring children to be vaccinated before two yeaisold. and all persons to be vaccinated on order of the board of health. In the assembly Hanson effered a Joint resolution favor ing the annexation of Canada. Blake objected and the resolution was not enter tained. Tbe committee cn state affairs reported the subsututo of the A. R. U. blackluvtir.s bill with a recommendation that it pass. (enteral BsMla Ti Xkw York, Feb. 2L A strike among the building trades on all tbe building in coarse of construction ia this city was Oeclared yesterday afternoon by the board of walking delegates. Tbe strike is in sympathy with that of the Electrical Workers union. It will call out d0,UOu to rS,000 men, and may extend to Brooklyn ana Jersey uity. Among tne trades al fected -are tbe carpenters, plasterers. plsnabera, gas fitters, elevator contractors. PLAN FOR DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. a lopted br ths First -National Bank f Chicago. Chicago, Feb. 2L Frank E. Brown, second assistant cashier of the First Na tional bank, is the author of a schema which promises to revolutionise that par ticular part of the banking business known as domestic exchange. Heretofore tbe paycrcnt of debts in the ordinary course of trade between merchants in dif ferent cities has always been made with "New iork exenango." A Chicago debtor desiring to pay an Omaha creditor was not ante to secure exchange on this city, but paid via New York. Tacoma credit ors of eastern debtors, in plaoe of getting I acorna exchange, would receive tbe ubiquitous New York draft. This custom has necessitated carrying; heavy balances In New York banks, which otherwise might be used in western trade. In breat Britain and Canada it has long been possible to buy drafts on interior cities and towns, largely through numer ous branches. It certainly seemed a feas ible thing tor banks In this country to do, and tho arrangements perfected un der Mr. Brown's plans have demonstrated li. The First National bank has a host of correspondents ait over the- country banks and bankers using Chicago as a re serve center and at all of these banks ex change on Chicago will be sold. CURIOUS CASE IN MISSOURI. Oefeadaat la a Murder Trial Kay Go Free - Without a Verdict. Pacis, Feb. -I. A strange contingency arose here In tbe trial of Charles A. Bur nett for the murder of John Klrsch by which he may get bis life and liberty be fore tbe case Is argued or a verdict re turned. After the evidence was .all in, constituting, under Missouri law, a com plete trial, wurd ottuo that the brother of one of the jurors. Wood Kose, had died. Rose was informed and also told by tho judge that while the law provides for a continuance in the case of the death of a wife or child It did not In the case of a brother. Nevertheless the law does not give a judge in the latter Instance power to sep- nrate a jury nor power to hold it together. Therefore it lies with Kose whether be shall stay or go. Ia the latter case the entire proceedings will bj.nulllflod and Burnett set free, as the case being legally complete he cannot be tried again. Koso has asked for time to decide and it has been given him. This is tbe first instance of the kind in the state's history. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. , . William Miller, a 14-year-old schoolboy of Indianapolis committed suicide by tak ing poison. He had failed to pa-s his school examinations, and had read of the suicido a fow days ago of a Cincinnati schoolboy under similar circumstances. A representative of William K. Vander bilt has purchased at an auction sale at London a pearl necklace with a diamond clasp, for which he paid 2,-00. John Jacob Astor has been refused ad mittance to the Coaching club, of New York, on the ground that ho has shown no ability In the handling of four horses. Whik? the body of Mrs, Bowden. 75 years bid, of Bridge Hampton, L. L, was being prepare. lor burial by the under takers, the physician mado a last attempt with a heart restorative, and in less than an boar the woman was walking about the room. Obituary: At Portland, Ore,, Albert Gains, 84. At Blooming Grove, Wis., Peter Wakem. At Hammond, La., Dr. Samuel G. Woodmancy, formerly of Mo Lean, Ills. Fivo hundred employes of t-hs Galves ton, Tex., cotton mill have struck because ihey were asked to work an extra hour each day. The high bat bill in the New York as sembly was defeated by the close vote of 56 to -3. Governor Richards, of Wyoming, has vetoed the bill providing for a board of arbitration to settle labor disputes in Cheyenne. He says it is unconstitu tional. General W. C. Newberry, A. H. Bevell and other Chicagoans captured three alli gators at Palm Beach, Fla The German rclchstag has repealed tbe anti-Jesuit law. An uprising in Ejypt is predicted by knowing natives on Feb. 23. The Missouri house baa passed a bill to remove the state Capitol to Bed alia if that town will erect better and more beautiful state buildings than now exist at Jeffer son City. The magazine of a fort at Takao, Isl and of Formosa, exploded, killing li,0U0 Chincse soldiers and wounding hundreds of others. The California wincmakers corporation has just completed a deal whereby it bnys 10,0U0,00U gallons of wine and leases six of tho'largest wineries in the state. McCabe Pawned of a Oeltuioa. 8s Fbascisco, Feb. ssl The cadets in the Salvation army training garrison have revolted against tbe doctrines of their leader. Adjutant McCabe, who has declared that he is in every respect the peer of Jesus Christ. The adjutant's mind is believed to be unbalanced as a re sult of overwork and despair at being unable to equal the professional attain ments of bis wife. Killed Her Br ate al m father. CAEsTO, W. Va., Feb. SI. Cor delia Hill, residing at Bipon, six miles south of this city, shot and instantly killed her father. Kobert HiU. The father was chastts ing one of bis sons, who tore away from bis grasp and ran to his mother for protection. The fotbeathen assaulted and beat the mother, throwing ber to the fipor and choking her. Tbe daughter ran with a revolver and placed it near the back of her father's head and fired. The girl has been indicted for mur der. saaaaan I - I issssan V Vic Fresid-at ia a Tax Case. Sax Fi-urcisco, Feb. 2L A suit has been commenced in the superior court here in which Vice President Stevenson is one of the plaintiff-. Tbe a ait is an Injunction to restrain the collector of tbe Kast Riverside Irrigation district from making the final transfer of certain lands ia that district which had been sold for a delinquent ana at meat. Some of tbe land belong to the vice president, some toRowena Stevenson and part of It to other owners. ' WiHmjTO, Feb. 2L Harry G. Oa good, chief cierk to Fourth Assistant Post mas tee. Geaetal Jfaxwell. was atriek n.with apoplexy while at work a the department and died a short time after ward. Osgood was a grandson of a faa - - THE MARKETS. Kew Tork Financial. New Youk, Feh. 30. Uoey oa rail easy at 1H per cenL Prune mercaatil e paper 3Vir" per cent. sterling exchange dull and we.ik. with actual husiaeii ia banner' hills -at S-iAitWU for demand and srdMSff tor sixty day; posted rate ie7-.cS and 4. . r-ilvercertificatos K-i3: no a aids: bar silver. MRs. Mexican dollars. 48 Lmted felntcs government bonds as rest. lib' a; 6's coupo lljti: J rag. 11IU; s's coupons lltf.,; S'a re;. 8j; I'acinc 's of 'to WJ. Cbicage Grab and Prodaee. Chicago, Feb. SI. F owing were the qaotaii-a on the Board f Trade today: Wheat February. opeued SO'-tjc rk-tcd on.c: May. opened -'Vc clueed Kmc--; July, opened to?-.-, clos -d 64143. Uora reorna ry, nominal, close- :( May, opened 4iH cloned 44v3 Ja y. opened 4tc. xio-ed 4tli.-. I -Is February, nomi nal, clojd iSL4'-: May. opened -8' closed Sxc:June.cpeiie, ac. closed Stic Fork FeWraitry. n on liu-. clueed tM.ni: May. opened ll.ks ckivd tlO.iO. Lard Feb ruary . nominal. cKiaj.lt 3- Produce: Butter Extra creaaiery. 81' 4c per lb; ferah dairy, Ale: packing stot-k. 7,A Mia Fresh st-ck, Sic per dj , loaa on. l)re-l poultry- Killing chickons !i: por lb; turkeys, Wii"1--; ducks, l-c; geese. 7 . Ic. iot-toot liar hanks, good to choice, to friM- bar b j: II l.-ou 54 ii."c; Early Hone. .310.1c. Stroot p.ta:oe Illinois. Il.ii i pr bUL Cranberries Jer-eya. S10.JV.ll.aJ. perbbi. Hont-y Whit; clover, l ib sections, near atoclc. 1-J .14e: broko cjtnbt lUUu; darkcuiub. pjor ptuk-ftu. S3; atraiiel Cali fornia, Wis, k Apples Fair to choice, $X7iQ &UAJ per kbL Chliago live Stock. Chicago. Feb. SO. Livestock Prices at the I'niou Stockyards today range I as lul.ows; Hoss Ustimntei receipts fur the dy 4.IU0; sales range! at i.K.i.i pi;,-, SL7UiLUj licht, S-Ml3 rough lackijb-, tl.8544.3J miaed, andgi 4.j iunvy paukius and shipping lota. Cattle Estimated receipts for the day. -..'MAI; aaotA ions ranged at 3.UJ t-a0 choice to extra shiniiias steers. $l.oil.li gaol to choicodo.ll.ouuit.au f:ur to good, $XXkll.0J common to medium do, $3.UJi.l bate bora' steers. I.3a.15 atockerx. ta. so.HU feedon. Sl.ii.l cows, a ;K,!i 'era. tU&L 01 bails. Si-s4.i leui steera, and tLSVitiM) veal calvea. Sheep Estimated receipt for the day, 14,'MU: sales ranged at fc!.UJ3J westerns. -.io;uTeas, $100(4.SO natives, aud$ Sjl45 iambt. Ttm 1 eeal Harnett. Wheat- We. Cera new. 'H5c. Oats-la 30c. Hay Ttnothv. tl9t18: apltad. 110-411; wild. -S410; skragh. -07; baled. X . , ncrr Attn vmctable. Fat-toas-fia5c. Ocloaa SOc per be. Bnaer Fair to choice, ton fresh ereamerv tt". Ee?s Fresh, S50. Poultry C-lckens, (c ; turkeys, 7c UVB -TOOK. Cattle Butcher nay for corn fed steers H&5! cows and heifers, xHOiii ; calves Hogs-B-C Hhuop Su4c Spring lamb. 3K08C a poani. PUB Coal Soft. 10c Wood $3.90 per cord. vtodl. Wool 14c ferponnd. Vhea Baby waa sick, we gave her Gaataria, When she was a Child, she cried for Caatoria, Wben she became Itias, she clung to Castorta. When she had Childno, she gave them Cn-tart Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor!a ICures MOTHERS' S FRIEND "S I Rising ... Is the greatest blessing ever offered child bearing woman. I have been a mid wife for many years. Breast -. ana in eacn case where " MOTHERS' FRIEND" wasnsed it accomplished wonders and relieved mnch suffering. It is the best remedy for rising at tke Breast known, and worth the price lor that alone. UKS. H. M. BR-WSTSR, Montgomery, Ala. Sent a.v Ernress or malt, on receipt of price. book To Hotk'ers " niailcd Craa. ' B BBADFI-n BEOCLAToa CO- AT-UTTA, Oa.fi DEAUTIFDL TEETH FRAGRANT OREATH viT t. a 3 ir- "rt i-NDORftEn Br srnvvpn rr-,?7.p?riTS, S aslj.lsr DR. TABU'S, CHr.Mk IF.Tlf HU B I S.kI Ii ,i, ..n-H-m nrrpsrali..!, i cknnirli unk. hm, m Inlnrtn- Ainni, fca. I- 7?Jfe.t,2 ""'rllllfcrllriii" M. -UjUOaTAJMb, -a-lTl f-isii.sl.CUikBc!tieats It rleaneea. bean title and saves the teeth, Thls.Wnurrleela put In tulM and I more cleat r ahle and econumlcaj than powder or liquid . It m bodies, aa rar as Iientirrice can. the chanaln. and preserving iemnta that eleven years exT perleuceat the dental chair has proved ajt valust- People wearing bridgevrork should nse this Dentt rrice, asit Is an antiseptic and prophylactic prenar ation. Foraaleby all druggisla. Take ooth-T rampniet on --ABE Or TEETHT mailed - 09 o M 1 S JS r'o j o W s 1 for infants itara sWnaHsa of pmnrnmrn. yrwtit ltjawafW-evJowahly vh Wat W-wfyrsjssanmflJraa ria hmm ever fcawwa. KItoo th-m health. It wUI aavo -htrtr llvna. I It Motltera -sv Mawtkisf which la -a-latelrjaafMdjvyciyjerfaet ar a ehflda waedlcine. Catora destrTa Warms. Ci-at-Tia SLllaya Few-riafcae . Caatoria prerve-ita t rittag Soar Cwrd. Ca-torta cwrea rrh- aad Wind CoHe. Caatarta redlerrea TesrHitwg Tiaabl-a. -Castarla ewree Consttpatl-ai aid -atlewey. Caatoria aewtr-Haea the effects of carhewle add gas or pelaonewa air. Caatar-a dee wot eontma aaorphtne, wplwrn, err ethe-1 ata rerrHe m o pmi ty , Caatairia '"-toe the food, i-gaUtee the staac-i aad hawala, Kltlag h earthy amd natnral aleerp. Ccaeteria la pat wp ta a-afaa hottlee anly. It is mat aald tm hsJh. it al'-rw amy a to at yew that It t "jnst aa goad and Sea that yaw get C - A - 8 - T - The f e-aimil algnatara af Children Cry for Kock Island T - -- . Savings Sank. ROCK Fivo Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Moaey Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real " state Security. OFFICERS. JX BroD, Present. V, Dekkm, Vice President. ' F Q GUtMVaLT, Cashier. Began bnsincss July., ifcuo, and occupy the 8. X. cor Mitchell Lyude's new building. T F. BURKE, JOHN JOERS, Vice President. President. Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. Rock Island Heating and Plumbing Co. ------- Hot Water Heating Beer Pumps 119-121 E. 17th St. Rock Island, ILL Tel. No. 1288 .. Jete Agents for the FDrauui. SEIVEBS & ANDERSON tNTicfoiiS and BUILDERS All kin's of carpenter Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street 9. F Ba-BIMFUnaD. ROSENFIFLD BROS. PRACTICAIs Plumbeis, Stesju, Gas Fitters. Hoom Beatint; and Ss-nitary Plnmbia. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. Shop and Residence JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder, OFFICE. HO: 2821 8IXTH AVENUE, Shop on Vine Street. i Central Fark. kutsst talowa. czxns. PijriJACTTr:ii-f ' Prepttetars. of a Bradr tiasf TEL 0 353 TEL City "Bus and Express Iiine For Bus or Ex pre Line telephone 1141, and yon will reeei-a proaipt attentloa. ' and Chiidren. wf CaaterU w4th the yatrowace at wa sweaV t witihawt gwaatmg. It is -aradsss. t; nil Or-w las ix. it aarytMit el tha pi or "will awsrwtrr eyyary paryae.' O - R - I - A. Pitcher's Castorla. Incorporated Under the State Law. ISLAND. ILL. DIRECTORS. f! F Lynde, John ornbaogh, II P Hull, K W Hurst, C Denkmaaa, Phil Mitchell, L bltnon, J U Bnford, John V olK Jacksob A IIi'Bst, Solld'or. ERNEST WAGNER. Sec. and Treas. mm General Johbtne; done on short notice and MtiafacUon gaaraateed ROCK ISLAND TMa-OllltlUA, No. 81 1 Third avenue. POCK ISLAND. lv J aH1aiis. t-tVwsiinsannyah---. n Beady sliest, D-Tsaport. la sua asm sfntnw iron wonera.