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THE ABO US, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, lOUt.
MtMwfr Si Mir.
ntn or nxixois. i
aaww Wan OMitt. I
la Ike eirratt enart of Mid Rock Maad eosnty.
To te September urm A. u. wl- is -
XinntnHiin. Mlrhxl O'Doanett. WIV
hmm O'Dnaaell. Jeaee O'Poaavn. atactri O'Doa
all, AIM O'Dwanell. Mary CIMwel. Kits
O'Doen.ll, Xarvmral u'DmnelL Aadraw O" IVm
aeii. Mar U'ImsmIU Kiln O'Dorinell, Marls
O'PHMlLVMnn A. Uoateil. Mora rruns-
ftell, John T. O'Donnell, Margaet O'Donnell,
Mlant I'Dnaaell. Mary Atwea O'Doanel).
Ha"r(nrv.lCnnM Mefceperil an J.R Johia'AB.
A Martlet m-rekence oi Maria irDnane'l,
Vatirke A. O'Downell, Jiora o'Donaell, John F.
OINmnelL Haraare O'PonirMI. Minnie O'Dnn-
Hell. Mar Airne O'Dnaaell, Cilia (I TKmnrll,
Martram O'lxHinell. Amlrrw O'LVmne.l. Mary
O'Iftinaell. KHia'l'Doonell.aDd that the re, d arc
mf J.atee O'Donnell M nnknewa. (elaaded wits
la ensee defendant, Miefcael O' Don eel I, Wl
I mm nTVoiin.ll. alire o'l nnnell. Mary
O'ltnnnnii, o rrnry, InPM m.
aheuard ni J. R. Jnhnaion. sar
ins a. en fl ad la In rl-rk", - t-f tberir-
ralt eonrt af aatJ rmtr,niire I therefor harp-1
Mi'n m me raid nan mwrnt rtemmiani, iiai
In eomplalaant Sled bar Hill of roaplatnt In raa
anert. an laa riaeeTT aide lhrof. on llw .Mh
ay af July. liU. aaa ilat thereapon a mmii
teaaed mtt at eaid coo it, waerala atd eni' I low
raiting, retnrnahle oi the ' Muodijr In the
Bvmihof Meailer nI . aa I, he lao r. quired.
Sow anlee yon, Ike aaid nnn rreilem drfenu
art ahn earned Marta 0'Ionnell. Manrir A
n-Dnai ell, 'n-a '(uarll, John T. O'Uonnrll,
Mer.eret O'linnnell. M:nnle O'Dcnne.l. Mary
Aim O Imnnell, CI la i.'i'onnell, warsaret
O'Knnoe t. Andre tinnell. Marr Dnnali.
Kltra i!ne' and Jee U Droned, aball par
anaaiiy he and appear heiore aid rirruticnnrt on
tar Srt dyf the aezi term lb Fro f. In b ao'dca
at Mora Mend In and for the aald rm:t. on the
fat Mowia In Set Bitter ne'. and plead, an-
ever or dttnar to the euM onmplatant bill of
nntp'alrt, ihe aame and the matter and llilne
therein cnarsea ana a aieo win ne uio a eon-
feaaen. and aorcrre enterrd aalut job acco.u
Inctnthe braver of aaid rill.
Mated at Knrk Irland. Illinnlo. thU ?rti day of
Jul. A. B. OtUKliB W. ttAMIlLK.
llrrk ft Mid l i. t.
t aaRLB a Wild. Cotnplalnant'a roliciiora.
Hy elrtoe nf atecll execntlnn and f bill No.
ten Immed ont nf the clerk 'a office of tfce rirrtiit
eonit of Hnek lelnnd eonnty, and atate of luinoia,
aad to me dlrerfvd, aihereh I am romnianded to
take the amount nf a certain Judrrsent recently
obtained tttlnt Johanna Utcxel and Clara
Wcnrli, partner, dointf nnw!me underthe name
aad a'y e nf llrexrl A Wrrolt. In fjr of Albert
Hanfu. riotnc bnitlMtae nfuKr te nane and aty'c
nf A. Pert Haufe A tin., m.t or the lnnd. tinc
men, rmd and rhatteleof the raid ilcfcndama,
Irteurl A erdt. I have levied Uon tie follow.
Inf pnwrfy. tt-vlt: Lot Ho. four (41. five (5.
u aid erven l"'. In Mnrk No. two ill In old
town nf tordoa. In l;t couu'f of Knck Inland
aad atate or iimoo.
Tbrrefom.arcarrilne tomid command I eba.1! el-
lam formie at puhltc auction all the rirht. title
aad Intvreet of the above named. Prvxel A Wt-ndt,
In and to the above described pntpeny. m Tuca-
day. me n;n day of AuguH, ti n. at s o cio a p.
in , at the ennb door -f the ( oart Iloaee. in the
clt of kork liani. In the coontr of Koek leland
and etate of l)lrvi, for coeb in hand, to aatlafy
aaia Axccuon ana lee nui.
V RUS T. OORDOS,
BhrrlS of Rock Inland ('nuntv.lillnola.
lvited at Uock laland tbla Slrt day tf July,
A. V. u4.
Hr virtue nf an exeeotion and fee bill No.
(Mft eaned nut of the c erk'a offlca of the cirrnlt
cnort f Hora lland ronnty, and at-te of lui
noia, aad t ma ' Incird, whereby I am eom
mtaded to nea the amount of a certain )udir-
mem recrnriy onramea aein A aim Aiflayin
favor of M. A. (eiuld out 01 the laud. ta.-nen:en'a
anode and chnTtrln or tbe aaid detendant. Adam
Alday, 1 have Irvkd apontne fol'owlnc procrty,
tn-wit: l ot tve 5i. in block fir ifti in eaet
Hnrk Inland, in tbe etty nf hook la and. conxty
of Hirk laland and etale ol Minnie.
Therefore, arenrdina te raid command. I ehatl
xpo for tale at public auction ail ihc richt,
tine and 't.teret of tba above named Adam
Alday in and to the above derenhed amoertv. on
raiurdae, tbe lth day of Ancoat, at
o'rioikp. m., at tbe north d'or of tbe court
kou to tbe city of Sack inland, in th eonn'y
of rtoek lland and Hate af lllinnie, forcaah id
Band, t eatierj aald eierotlna a- d Ire bill.
C. D. ttOKDMN,
Sheriff nf Ruck Inland Cnuntv. Tltinoia.
Dated at Uoca laland Ihm iM day of Ju'j, A.
KTATl OF ILLINOIS.
Mnca laLAWD t'OCBTT. (
Tn the September term, A. D ISM. ilrcull
rmtrt In ckancery.
Anna C'aaait, complainant, T. Wliliam Caxatt.
To the above named defendant. William razatt:
Notice I hereby atven lo the aald William Ca
xatt. that tbe above-named complainant baa tbia
day d'rd her hill of cam plant la raid ennrt ua
the rkancery tide thrrrof affalnnt yoa for divorce,
and that a tummon tn caauoary tbereapm lanned
out of aald eoart airainat tnu. tbe alx.ve named
deteaiUnt, re'nrnatiie on the Hrnt day of the next
term of the eircnit conn of aald eountv to be he-
rnn and hoiden at the conrt huue, la the city
nf h-k laland. In aaid Itock island county, on
he tret Mondav In bep'rinbor.A. I. 1W. aa
le by law reairvd.aad which autt still pendlnc
In aald ermrt. at whicfc time and place you will
appear aad pivad, anwrr or armor to natri bilk
VtEUKlrK W. (iAllBI.E.
Clerk of aald Coort.
rarken uraT, rompiainant't Bolieitor.
auxa wiaad, llllnol, July III, A. 1. 1MM
AdratBtaitratar'ei Sailer :
Batata of rianiel rtwler. deceased .
The saderelcoed aavinc been appointed admlD
latratm? of the estate of Uaniel Kalir. lata of
Ik eoanty of Koca Island, Ui of Illinois, de
aeaead, bareny givee aoiice tnat he will apiai
befora the county court of kork Island boun
ty, at tbe office nf th clerk nf said conrt, in
th city of Hora Island, at the October term, on
th a rat Monday In itrlober aji. at whtca
time ail persona liavtnr claims ai.it.bat aaid ea
tale arc aotlAed and requested toattriw for the
parpoee of barlnir thcaaai adjusted. All per
son. Indebted to aald estate are renneeted to
man imaMOiare narment u tne unnrrsiffneo.
BVliD.N DHl'KY. Administrator.
vatea ibis list day a; July. A. u. IBM.
Wkolaaalc Dealer sad Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1116 and 1618 Third Ave
John Volk 5c Co.
rsih, Duors and Minds.
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Sidles. Fluorine WalascoatUif
lata f tfMt, bet 4lk a4 ttfe ars
A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN.
A Page From Her History.
The fir.nortnnt cxTjr-rlonrv of others are
IntrrvMIni:. The fuliotiins Is no cxovptlon:
"I had hoen tmublt-d with honrt tlia&o Zr
inarx tniH-h nf Hint time very scrinunly. l or
vc yt'ars I tta.irciiti'U hy ouc ply(.i-iunc-.in-
tinunusly. I him in liaslncsH. but ob!ii'i-d to
retire tin nrconnt of my lirnlth. A liliy
alrlan toM my friends t lint 1 i-ould not. livo a
rooulh. My loot nnu limbs were badly r.vrnl-b-n.
and I wa lndi-rd in naer'oun ctindition
when a (Tcntirmaa directed my attention tJ
Itr. Milea' Mew Honrt t'nrn, nut) ild tlmt Ms
aiatcr, who liud Iwn afllirn-d wltli lieurl '3is
M. bad Iieen rtinwl ty tl;o ivtacilv. :iiid as
aKuin n niron, iieaimy woznnn, l plirt-lj.-fu
Duttioof the lien ft Cure, UIlJ in less t!u;n
an bonr after tsUlnn llio tirst de 1 rould
ffrrl decided Imnrovenient in tbocirraliitl.m
ot my blond. When 1 bud taken throe doses I
rould move my ankles, Mn:n-:hln? 1 lind not
tone fur niomlis nnd ray UrnlK had lieen stvol
leo aokHiit tbul tbey beeniedaluios puiritied.
Den ire t nnu wkin one noma or too isew
Ueurt Curo the swellinit bud all rono dowa.
and t was o much better tlmt I did me own
Work. On Div reeomtnendaLlon Mx o: ho.n nrn
takln? tbis valuable remedy." Sirs. Morsun
tfu VV. (larrisnn Stl liirhi: III.
Ir. Mlies' Kow Heart Cum. a discovery of nn
eminent apoclullst In heart aLeaau. teaold hy
ii uruKKiMn iu xe,nive Kii'irrimee.or sent
by the lr. Mile Medical (W.Klkliart, Ind.,on
eeceint of nrbt;. 1 imf hitt 1. ki lnM.t.l fnr
16, ex pre prepnld. It la nnsltlvcly free tram
il oitiatea or daucruuii orus.
STATE SAVINGS BA1TK.
09e Oornet FlfXee 'th street and Third Ay
CAPITAL, j&l 00.PO0.O0.
4occead the Mollce Savinca bana. OrKaclaad IMk
5 ferCRT PTTCJBT iia CS DEP0SIT1
OTaulaed under State Lews.
Ones from I a. m. to S p m, and Wedneeday arc
tetorday plghu f rom7 to Spa
O. A. Aiaawoarm.
I. w. Hxuuurwar,
forter gklnnar. W. W. Walla,
0. A. Knee, V . A . Aln? worth,
O. B. Sd wards, W. lb Adams,
Andrew Prlbarw, C. F. Uctnenway.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Md for private parties In the rardea
apot of the want by the
Orchard State Bank
Of OCtCIlAKD. RSBBASK A .
B. W. Dabt, Frealdetit.
t. B. Iabt Caehler
Mlteball Lynda, Bankers.
J. f Hobl&sn. Caahiur Hock Island National
V. C. Carter, M, T.
Qanry Dart's Imj, Wholesale Omen.
HATES ft CLEAVELAWD
rtopmenting otbt 40 Million DuUan
of Cash Maeta
rtrw L-lfe. Tornado.
Bonds of Burwtysbip
OrriOB BatipKonw block Bock laland. (lie
an our rate ; they will interest you.
J. M. BUFORD.
General .- . .
The old Fire and Tlme-trlc Companies
Losses PronptlT Fail
Bate a low as any reliable company can afford
Tow Patronace la eoltciled.
(Sicceseof to H. wonri.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Strmt.
fTFit and Workmanship Gnar-
antood the Bst
Gleaning and Bepairisg Bone.
FAILED TO CONNECT
The Expected Agreement on
the Tariff Bill.
D05TESEEES HIT AH OBSTBTJCTI05
Ulilcll Knocks the Fat lata the Fire and
leMM th Chasm Still Unbridced
Brie Propoac a Seheane That la a
Donble-Ender, Bat tbe Bouse Men Think
They Se th Sagar Still la th tioord
Kepablieana Talk of Starting Up th
H-ladaaill A sain.
Washisotos. Aug. 10. Tbe Democrat ie
tariff conference had expected to be able to
announce an agreement yesterday. Instead
of reaching noy definite conclusion, how
ever, the day closed with the bill in quite
its an uncertain a state as ever before in
its history, witb the situation in no wise
Viproved, with the feeling between the
friends of t aV senate and house bills in
tensified instead of allayed, and with ao
one prepared to say what the outcome
would be or when the end would be reached.
It was apparent at the very beginuiui; of
the conference tlmt those who had come
to the conclusion at the adjournment of
Wednesday's session that an agreement
would be arrived nt yesterday had not
taken sufficiently into account the possi
bility of a luisuudersl.iudiug or change ot
Soon round a Rough I'lare.
Tit is discovery was made vWieu the sen
ate conferrees ptvparea to go on with tbe
bill upon the basis of a duty of 40 cents
per ton on coal, and tree iron ore, where
npon the house conferrees nunounced their
unwillioiness to nwait to this arrange
went and Mated ti)t tbey would insist
upon a reversal of these terms, with coal
free and irou ore dutiable if either was to
be as they understood that they were to
have a choice between tbe two. Tbe avow
al of this position produced immediate
coutusiou aud led to an exchange of re
marks which were not altogether polite.
Tile wunte conferrees thereupon decided
to report the state of affairs to the con
servative senators, and when the confer
rees adjourned called Uuruian, liiice,
Sniith aud Murphy into cotisultatiou,
Decided uu a Sort of I'ltimattim.
Tie 'Whole situation Wus outlined to
them. There were not only made ac
quainted with the demand ot the house
conferrees for free coal, but were also
given to understaud that other material
concessions would be exacted by tbe
house conferrees along tbe entire iiuc of
the bill including woolens, cottons.
metals, glass and earthenware. Tney de
cided upon an emphatic negative in reply
to these proiKi-iliuiis, saying that if tbe
body of tbe bill was not preserved virtual
ly as it passed the senate the report of the
conference when made would not be ac
cepted by tbe senate. Knee proposed an
luuovation iu the slinpj of a proposition
I hat tbe house conferrees be given an op
portunity to secure tree sugar.
Catch 'Km Both Comiu' and Coin'.
Ills idea in detail was that the senate
conferrees should volunteer to recede en
tirely from the senate sugar schedule.
leaving both raw and refined sugar on tbe
free list as provided in tbe house bill, and
that tbe senate bill should be otherwise
accepted virtually in its present sbae
with both coal and iron ou tbe dutiable
list at the rates fixed. In urging this
upon the couferrees he said it would ne
cessarily produce one of three results. If
it should be declined by tbe bouse con
ferrees it wonld place tbe responsibility
tor tbe sugar duty upon them. If it
should be accepted and .the senate should
on this account refuse to adopt the com
mittee s report tbe house conferrees
wouid Hill bear tbe odium for insisting
upon nmendtng the senate but.
Thirdly" levelopa a Grand Finale.
if, thirdly," he said, "tbey should ac
cept; if a report should hj upun these
lines, and if the report should be accepted
by both bouses and become a law, we
should all be happv." Tbe conferrees
adopted tbe suggestion and presented tbe
proposition to the afternoon session of the
coulerrees. It is understood that the
proposition created some surprise ou tbe
part of the house mem tiers.
HOUSE CONFERREES ARE SHY.
Conclude to Take Time to Investigate the
They at first evinced a disposition to
accept it, but afterconsiderable discussion
of the merits of the proposition and the
acceptance of tbe senate amendments de
clined to vouchsafe an answer without
further consideration. The question was.
therefore, undisposed of when the con
ference adjourned for the day. The Re
publican senators were also in consulta
tion with the senatorial tariff conferrees
during the day, and it is understood have
given notice that if there is material
change in the more important schedules
relating to manufactured articles tbey
will resist the immediate disposition of
the committee a report when made.
Which the same means more oratory
perhaps Quay. With reference to tbe house
side of the controversy Chairman W'ilsou
authorizes the statement that tbe reports
current through the day to the effect that
1'resident Cleveland had interfered with
tbe iuformal agreement reached Wednes
day night were wholly unwarranted aud
untrue. Wilson said tbe executive was
carefully refraining from exerting any in
flueuce on tbe conferrees and was leav
ing tbe members to shape their courses as
tbey saw fit. The chairman called on the
president occasionally, he said, but it was
not very often, ami at these times Clevo
laud showed a delicacy in saying or doing
anything that could be construed as an
exertion of executive or administration in
fluence on the work of the conferrees.
As to the misunderstandings through
out the day the house men understood
when the conference adjourned Wednes
day night that the senators had con
ceded that either iron ore or coal was to
go on the free list, the other remaining on
tbe dutiable .list. While the house men
had given no definite announcement of
their choice between tbe two items it was
generally understood that they would
prefer to have iron ore on the free list.
When, however, tbey entered the confer
ence yesterday they had concluded amoug
themselves that it would be preferable to
have coal on the free list, leaving iron ore
This conclusion was definitely aa'
Bounced to tbe senators, but the honse
men were surprised to find that tbe will
ingness to concede them tbe choice was
somewhat abated. What had caused tbe
chauge was not made clear, but in discuss
ing it last night the house conferrees said
with no little feeling that it was clearly
due to the influence of those interested in
th sugar schedule. Whether -the difle
enlty wonld b solved today or wonld be
declared off entirely was not clear to tha
house conierreea. Z
In the event of an understanding on
coal and iron today the honse conferrees
expressed the hope that the Republican
conferrees might be called in late tn the
day or tomorrow, although the differences
developed on coal and iron, as well aa
on some of the other schedules, made the
chances of a full conference less hopeful
last nigut man tney were the night be
fore. To Protect Uovernaaent Timber.
WAsniXQTOH, Aug. 10. One of the most
important measures of this congress from
th public lands committee is McRae'a
bill to prevent the free us ot timber on
public lands, which that committee has
agreed upon. The bill repeals the acts of
iwi regulating the cutting of timber
and that of 1803 governing prosecutions
tor violations of the law. and provides
that hereafter it shall be unlawful to
grant permission to any persons or corpo
rations to cut timber free of charge.
- The Persecution of Bogus Batter.
Washingtos, Aug. 1U Forman, from
the committee ou agriculture, has made a
ivorable report to the house on the bill
to make oleomargarine and all other imi
tntiou dairy products subj.-ct to the laws
oi the state or territory into which they
are transported. It is claimed that tbe
original package decision of the 1 nited
Slates supreme conrt has permitted tbe
evasion of state laws on this product.
SPRING VALLEY MEN STILL OUT,
And a Prospect That They Will Bemala
So for nn Indefinite Period.
SriiiSG Valley, Ills., Aug. ia The
i-tdd aud Seatouville miners have gone
to work, the companies there having rec
ognized and treated with the local min
er's committees, but in Spring Valley
neither Manager Dalzell nor the miners
have yielded their position in regard to
the recognition of the union. The min
ers show no signs of weakening, and ex
pect aid from the places that are resum
ing wvrk. ii is reported that tbe officers
of the local union will ask Manager Dal
zell if his refusal to recognize a miner's
committee is Lis ultimatum.
If it is there is no telling when the rich
coal fields ot Spring Valley will again be
worked, as the miners seem determined to
stand out for their tiniou until they are
starved into submission, aud it is hard
telling when that will be. Ua the Slst ot
April they were in such poor financial
condition that by many it was said they
could not remain out a month at the long
est, yet tbey have remained out over three
months. Spring Valley was the first to
respond to John McBnde suspension,
and it bids fair to be tbe last to go in at
AIMED HIS GUN TOO HIGH.
Little Political Bimcnlty ia Which Pow
dor I Horned.
MT.VEnsox,llls.,Ang. 10. Ex-Mavor II.
S. Watson, Republican candidate for the
lower house ot the legislature, engaged in
a quarrel with Thomas Caborn, also a Re
publican, which resulted in Watson and
Caborn coming together, when Watson
fired three shots at Catxirn, one ot which
is said to have grazed Csbjrn's head.
making a scalp wound. Watson asserts
that Caborn made for him with a hatchet.
Tbe trouble grew out of an articw which
Caborn had published in tbe Mr, Vernon
News reflecting on atson s honesty.
He Predicts aa Earthquake.
ClTr OF Mexico, Aug. 10. Consider
able apprehension is felt in the volcanic
zone, iu which the City of Mexico, I'uebia
and other populous Mexican cities are
situated, over the predictions of Juan X.
Coutrera, the famous meteorologist and
scientist of Guadalajara. Senor Contreras
predicts that between today and feuuday
the region round about the volcano of
Popocatepetl will receive an earthqnake
visitation, a disturbance also occurring
between Aug. to and IS. frbnuld the
shocks miss this section, tbey will be felt
in tbe state of Oaxaca, to tbe south.
Phillips Wants More Help.
Milwaukee, Aug. 10. The total amount
received to date by Colonel Boyle for the
Phillips fire sufferers is tT.907.UO. In this
amount is included f3.iKi4.82, which was
received at Phillips, and has now been
turned over to Colonel Boyle. Tbe fir
sufferers are still in great need of clothing
and liedding, and if contributions are not
received purchases with the funds ou
hands will have to be made. The impres
sions seems to prevail that sulhcient f uuds
have been contributed. This is not true.
A Secession from Itome.
CLEVELAKH, Aug. 10. Secretary Ch row-
tows ki, of tbe Polish National Catholic
church committee, lias received letters in
dicating that about forty churches will be
represented at the convention to be held
in this city Aug. SO. Tbe electiou of a
bishop will be one of tbe chief objects
of the convention and it. is almost certain
that the Rev. Father Kolaszewski, who
started the Indejieudeut Catholic church
movement in this city, will be honored
with the office. Tbe new bishop will ob
tain consecration from the Greek church.
Th Cat on Klevator Charges.
St. PAIL, Aug. 10. A Dulutb special to
The Dispatch says: It is announced by all
the great elevator companies doing busi
ness on the Duluth board of trade that
they will meet the cut of the Great North
ern elevators at once. This affects directly
27,0011, 0(0 bushels capacity aud will un
doubtedly compel the Minneapolis and
possibly the Milwaukee aud Chicago sys
tems, 'i5oou,(Kj(i bushels more, to follow.
The cut weut into effect today.
Will Be Able to Wag Along.
Cleveland, Aug. 10. A matrimonial
alliance that will unite two prominent
Cleveland families and bring together
two fortunes is scheduled for the autumn
at this city. The parties are Lj. H. Sev
erance and Misa Florence Harkness. Tbe
groom is very wealthy, but tbe bride has
about tlO.OUO.OOO iu her own right. The
groom is past 60 and tbe bride nearly 8b.
Fatality at a Summer Resort.
KocKFOUD, Ills., Aug. 10. By tbe burn
ing ot the summer cottage of Charles Hoi
leu beck, of Kockford, at Lauderdale Lake,
Miss Sadie Fallon, of this city, was burned
to death aud Mrs. Hollenbeck's mother,
Mrs. E. F. Brown, was probably fatally
burned and injured, all the occupants
jumping for their lives.
Bad Drivwa Swan Orwa Mem
Portsuoth, O., Aug. 10. David Hahn,
wbo drove coaches across the AUeghentes
before the advent of tbe railroads, died
here, aged 94. lie bad carried General
Jackson, Henry Clay, President Harrison
and Tyler, aud many other public awn.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Kw Tork Financial.
Nitw Yohk, Aug-1.
Mocey on call easy. Utf ore I at I per cent.
I'ruue merrautu nupnr per cent.;
sterling eichsnre dull with actual bnslness
tu UankurV lulls asMM" fur demand aad
fte;i fur sixty days: istej rate isTJa
Miver eertincatnt, lit no sales; bar sil
ver. STfj. Mexican dollars, !.
I'nitea States lxad. is reuulitr. 117X: do
&' coupous, 117?: do s'a rojfulsr, 1139;
48 ompnns 111: do r W bid: Pacta
of Vft. 11.
Chicago Grata and rrodue.
' Chk-aoo, Ang. t.
Following were th quotations on th
Hoard of Trade today: Wheat August, opened
Uli:: cIomsI A.V-; r-it-mber. uin-ned An,
closed iC:sc; December, opeued cloeea
il!. Corn Anita, opened M c closed Sc;
s.-it-tiilier. viened closed AeVc: Mny.
oiiened rlosod 5l'-. Onta Augnst,
oeued T2sc. cloed ?S?-4:: Sritciub r, opeaed
oC'sja, t-lmod U-sc; Mar, opone l 3c cUavsl
iiTc. l'urk August, otned f ; clueed
; S.-iiteinlr, opened iltJu. closel 91? .si
Ijird September, oiiened IT-Ts, closed
Iroilnce: Hutter Fancy separator, 1
per lb; fancy dnlry, l!i-; i-acklng stock,
loiillsc. Kiiiis KrfsU. l-tc lr drtL Lire
poultry Clin lens. ic per IlK spnuc chick
ens, llr.i.UV; ducks, o'ti.c, turKrya, tk tSc;
geese, hJOiftl" per . Potatoes N-w,
hose tl.."4I.M.l r Mil: Ohio, el-Si'' l ed.
Berries Muck liorik-s, early harvest, tl.tslrt
lJi. irr ltWjt cast N-w applea AJu:u ar
J-j-bu bi.x. Huuey White clover. 1-lb enc
tn m. ll'tcij ISfac per lb; broken cmi, lt.
11.-; dark couili, a-mid condition, looliso;
strained Cadlruia, S"tic
lliieaao i-ive Stock.
Clitcsoo, Ang. S.
Live Mock Prices at the I'nim r-t.xk
Yards today tt.nt.-Mt as follows: Hvs- lti
mated rrcx-itrta tor tbe day Svi; amies ramred
at i.40'.4. i-in. i..'..,vaj li.-ht, (.ii.t.W
rnuub paa-kiuK. .).uo.i-i.3 mizd. aud yj.luus
&&I heavy pnt kiuc and shipping lots.
Cattle Hceipt for the day I.iD: quota
tions ranged at ri.- mit 7i cuoic to extra
siilppini: steers, (.i.SJi.SJ nuod to chow do
iJ.:tniA;."i fa:r MimoJ, -laj-J.tkl roiiimuai to
medium do, fciwi, J.i butcher steers. Sw U
t'.2.tn btoikrr. flwtuti feeders. 1.ii,
b.itKuws, K.-I"u.s heifers, l.ii(.l.lil bails.
SilM -tlo Tuzas atoora, aad UUkSLSj veal
--hea-p and Lambs Rrei ta for tba dav.
.!'-. prices raoxad at SZMI 3.M a-evturn.
il..t,l... T.-sans, J natives, aad LX
Tba LocaU MarkMa.
Osta- :rr: new, Ssc.
l!-ni.. Sli tu nnlae-"! SlCOSl-artld.
t3lii;eioiu.l t !' ; naiad, .
Bntter Tfatr tn chtrlee, ITc;cteaMry, tie.
Pon'trr -rnrina- riilrkrti. lanre. ft SA
racrr &xo vorrBLs.
jtnn ',ScfT ba.
Biurbernes, t'i-f a caj.
Psnle Bntrhers Par for ear fed s'eera
l4'-tr; cows and Belfete, ai V ; ca!.oe
Spruiglamb fl fcnS a bead.
Coal Soft, Mc
A ltroker a Secret.
Waiter, did yon hear what Mr. whis
pered to his broker jmt now, when yon were at
If I give ycu 15, will job tell mc what It was?"
Here yon arc then,"
"lie was ravine aah. aa how Pr. Pierce's Deae
ant Pellets wa tlicntily t-diig that pro;crly rex
nlaled his bowels sah. "
When Baby was sick, we (rae hrr Pastori.
"W hen Rhe was a Chill, she cried fur Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Caatoria.
When she bad Children, she gave them Caattjrav
NO FEAR OF PIMPLES
OB BLACK HEADS
If you use Woodbury's Facial
Soap. It is a pure antiseptic,
medicinal toilet soap for daily use,
prepared by a specialist who has
had 20 years
gists sell it.
Same, A Ukj- on Dcrmatotocy wuTery case
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
fBTnOI. II TH te
nle tv Well
a 1 1 nwiw lunwr.
Preiaeat ta Abore fceatti la SS wara.
powerfully and qul. kly. Cures when all otbrra
aa Y3unc men will nala ttx lr lont manbood,
sndolaa-n will raoovrr their youthful iam
by usidr VITALIS. It quickly and aurrly r
tore iNervounw-sa. Loi t itauiy. impotence,
Niirhtlv I'ml.riVin. I ..I Pnwee W. i lln.
otjf, WasttnK Diseases, and all efterta of aelf
annse or excess ana inaiseretmn. wards oS
inaanlly and consumption. Insist on kartnf
VITALI8. no other. Can be earried la vest
mall. SI.SS per package, or sis for
Se-S. wKS a aaaltHs wrtttaa fairaatu ta rati
ST rfaS the wan,,. Clrenlnr tree. AaMreai
CAIXMR BKMItif CwtWASe, talaaja. IsV.
Foraale at Rock laland kjr Baraer Boaa Phar
siaey aad WtUlaai CUawi aia, DrafgWt, itolla.
let Dr- Vlerj n
OTHK n. t
"DISTaSTJ W VOKtn MS Cmuttl,"
a tea evcri eUra. am rale' for lea.
Resdrr, snRerlnr trnm sny ejr;riliit TmHsT to lh female set, tflk-lTi,x i
wmh evrrythin to yoa. Lrttrrs for aUice, marked "Cneaaitlnj: Im.ar,n, t . -seen
try our plivtiriana only. tOA-PTlOBAI., H. O. CCL AX. fe j , Kalama-..'.
WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVINQ RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
HtATIMU IMt VtSriUATINU r.OIkK.
A comlete line of Pipe, Brass
Packing Hose, Fire Brick, etc.
HAVIS BLOCK. Moline, IU.
Ucridcnce Tt -
T. F. nURKE.
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Heating
i:i ?:zi Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th SU
Kock Island, 111. Tel. No.
role AgL-ms for the Farmaa.
tf A fee a.i -
J. T. DIXOTsT
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
jonx M. rAEIUUST.
panxDou a gout
PAPXS C4IS31fIiaa. tto.
SHOP. 429 tmstcatli St, SOCX VJL.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, KO: S8?l SIXTH AVESCE,
Ekop oa YIm 8tnt. ROCK iSbAM.
J0B5 SCHXm. lprertr.
MOI sbbbI Aveas. Out am sf aweaatk Krawt, Opposns Barverv Tbeatr.
The choicest Wine. Ucuors. Beer and Cicars always on Hsnd
ffa Lanes Brary Daj
Contractor and Builder.
Cmp, UmUj IXamm ZIomM.
TtamLimnom. 410 Bertmth s-Ueut
City Bao and Express Line.
For Bat or Express Line telephone 1141, and yen will receive
TTrXTeSST.l WR ft BTEPCBa. rro
fcewvs te C I n L8 in1..
envelopment sas that prevent 111. -l..
Kaetslas snl amitbr 1rrrM;., i.
Wfmrm, Erltnmntrvl Joffc,'.
aad awevrnU TvlaM.Ba.
f-res PalpitaHtm. Sler,,!..,.
fa, Irrrvotia br.-a.inr .., ,U
erventinc imanitti, .r-n i.",,,- ,
Vknttfff nf iJfr, aud a i,:, t.A
lisppy Id act.
Gas and Steam Fitting
Largest and best cquipi! t-stal.liiiim. nt
west of Chicago.
1112, 111 West ScvftiKf cth Hni-1,
Telephone lll. IIixlKv!.
wisest wa;m i:.
h-c. atiu 'lir
1SC3 Seeosd A-fnir.
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