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THE ABCKXB. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1KJ4.
ITAT1 Or ILUKUtS, l
Boca I (una cotrarr.
la taeelmirl own of aid Rock Inland eonntv
To Mm September term A. I. IMM.-In ehan
arf T1t hbTa. Mlrhacl OTtonncll. Wil-
IMnli nntMll, Jaaics O'loanell. Main.'le O'Don
mil, Allra vrotnl. Mnr O'lionneli. Klise
0Doenll, Mnert O'rttnm-ll, Andrew O'Don
'l, Mary O'lionneli. Kltxs O'DoDnelL Maria
u nonaeii, aiinn A. ixmi i ii. mm triwnn
II. John T. U'Oonnell, Margaret o'ponnell,
Mlant O'Donuell. Mary Agne 0Ionll,
MrWrranrv.Rukmc to enepanl and J K Johaa'm.
AftVlavtlor in rw Jeno I Maria O'lionneli,
Maurtra A. O'lioanell. Nr o'ltonoell, John F.
O'lloanell, Paraarpt t IHhiocII. Mionie O'Don
nail. Mar Airnee O'lionneli, Eltaa O'Dmncll,
Martraret O'lionneli, Andrew O'Doiinril, Mary
U'lionaell. Kliia rlionnell.aiMl that tha rcM-nce
f Jre0'lnnnel la nrknown, Iratdeadrd with
lite above defendant. Michael o'ltonacll. Wit-O-Doaaell,
Alice OTonneli. Mary
Oikwianll, McO erory. Kinm M.
heparr aad i. K. Jonnxon. hav
Inn aa fled In th clerk' office of the cir
cuit eoert of Mia eoaaty.aolicr In tbtr-for.- bare
k? wn la Ike ald nan miitnl defondaat that
the sltant a led her Mil of maintain! in aad
awn, n tae chancery id- th.reot. on toe tftih
Say of July. 1' . ana that thrreapon a aamaton
rard oat nt aaid mart, whemin ant, I anil ia now
Bending, retarnahle on trie firot Mondny In the
aaonlri of Beutrmhcr IK', aa la hy law r.-nulred.
Mow anlea yon, the aaid nnn rrainem defend
ant ahoee named Nana O'lionneli. Manrtce A
O'lmnBell. Snr o'lioanrll. Joha F. O Donne 1 1,
Marjaret O'lionneli. Minnie o'Dnnncll. Mary
Airnee O Ikmnell, ftV'ia tIMimiell, Va'aarvt
O'lionno'l. Amir ii'Uonnell, Mary O'Donnoli,
Bliaa o'lal ami Jamr 0'Donnll.ball par
ennally be and appear before nald rirrulteiMirt oa
fa art day of the arTt term thereof, lo h-i knMra
at Nora l-lod In and f.r the aiu rwintr. on the
an Mitnuay In Net father next, and plead, an
aaer or d mnr In the il comuletnant'n Mil of
eompialxt. ihe hum and lha matter, and thinca
thamn charred and ate d will ht takra an eun
fenrd. anil a awie rni f4 aint u aocuid
Inf tothe -rarrnf raid Mil.
uatedat Hr IrUnd. lllinoin. Ihl- SrIh da of
eal7, A. 1. ISM. UkoHl.a W.tiAMBLE,
4 lfrk of Kaid ' nrt.
luuil Wbls. I'oBplaluaBt'a rwlicitora.
yylrtnrnf aaperlal eierntlmi and fre W1l Sn.
frt7 laaned on I of the clerk' offirr of the eirrnll
eonrtof Hnek Inland ronnty.and Mateoflinnoia,
and to me dirrrted. whrrchyl am commanded to
mako the amonnt of a certain Jndament rerrntly
ootalnrd aealnl Johanna Drrn-I and Clara
wenit, parorr. ih.in? oavim-a nmlt-r the name
and r of lrrTpl A Wrn.lt. in fnvor of Alhrrt
Manfr. imlna hiipinrna un.h r IIh- na-ne and atyle
of A bert llanfe A Vn.. out or the lamK tene
nenta, rl and rhattrlaof the mid ilrfrndaoi.
Kroxel A t entlt. I hr ii-Tie.1 npnn the flhtw
ln rnM-rtv. t.wit: Lola No. four (4. Are (Rt.
ail (Kiaadarrrn (". In hlork No. two (li in old
town of t i.m.wTi. m t.ie ronnty of Kurk l-lanil
and tat of lllinoia.
Tai-n-rre,arronttns tnaald command I ahallrx
me forntlr at public auction all the rirht. title
and Interrat of the ahoee named. Prcxel A Wendt,
la and to the ahove deerrihed property, on Tnee
day. the 11th day of August, 1 '. at t o'clo- k p.
., at the north door of the Conrt Monro, in the
rite of ttork Iman t. m the county of Hock Inland
and atate of lllinoir, fur raab 1b hand, to aatiafy
aaid KxrcJttoa and fee hill.
t RV9 t. GORDON.
obcrlSof Rock Inland f'oantT.llliooie.
Piled at Kock lalaod tbia 2Ut Our of July,
A. I. !.
ttf virtue of an czecutioa nod fee bi:i Kn.
IVir. 'aaiied nut of the c'rrk'e office of the cirruit
conrt of hoc Inland county, and rt-U of Ilii
aai. and to ma Irected, whereby 1 am eoit
mtnded to make Ihe amonnt of a certain jndc
airnt reccnrly obtained L-ainrt Adam A'day in
favor of M. A. teuultt out of the landa. teuettenia
aoodnaml chattel of the aaid defendant. Adam
Alday, I have Ipvkd upon the followiotr tro(.erty,
-wit: lot five 14). la btora eve iM In cant
Xnrk Inland, id the eity of Kok U'and. com ty
of hVrk Inland and mate of Illinoia.
Theref.tre. accordint te raid command. I ahall
xpo for aale at pnb'tc auction all the ncht,
t.tie and riiterent of the ahoee named Adam
Alday In and to the above dt-rcrihed property, on
(atiirda. the (nth day of Ana-art. at 1
n'rha k p. m., at the north d-or of the court
konne in the elly of Hock Inland. In the county
of Mock Nland and Hate of llllnnln. forcanb la
kand. to nattnfy nald pTeentlofi a- il fee bl!L
C. b. tioKIlUN,
f her Iff of Ruck Inland ounty. Illinoia.
Imted at koca Inland tbi SM day of J aly, A.
STATK OF ILLINOIS, i
Mora lauao Cocbtt, f
To tha September term, A. D., circuit
conrt in chancery.
Anna C'aaatt, complainant, v. William Cazatt,
To the a hove named rlrfemlant. William Caxatt:
Sotlra I hereby aiven to the nald William Ca-
Batt. that the above-named complainant ha thi
day filed bee hill of eomplant In raid conrt on
tna chancery aide thereof acaltmt yrn for divorce,
and thai a rummon in CBanoarr thvreunon lanued
ent of aaid eonrt amnt you. the above named
lefeaiiant, rettimnbla oa the (Irnt day of the next
term of the circuit comt of aaid eoaoty lo bt be
fin and bolilea at the court hunr. In the city
of hWk Iniand. In raid Rork Inland county, on
Ihe Irnt Mondav la rx-p-emlwr, A. I. I.DM. ae
in by law reqnlnd. and which anit In ntill pendinf
la aaid conrt. at which time at d place you will
appear and pn-ad, annw-r or drunr to nald bill.
UkOK(K w. I.AMUI.E.
, l lerk of aaid Coart.
Jaeknov A nTt-T. Complainant Siaicitora.
Hmk Inlaud. Illinoia, 4 aiy i, A. D. MM
Kntate Of flanial r..w'..r iMneJ
The ttndemia-ned taavtnp hm-o atinoinca Llmi,.
Inirntor of the entate of lianlri Fi wler. late of
oa coanty er itora leianil, nuie of lUlnoia, dv
ceaned, herahy ftvea aotica that be will aia
bafore the ronnty conn of kotk Inland coan
ty, at the office of the clerk of aid conn, la
Ihe city of Knea Inland, at the Uctober term, on
the fiat Monday In IN-toner Beat, at which
lima ail pernonn bavu r claim aca.iivt aid aa.
law are notlfledand rrqoeeted ta attruu for tha
peiuoae er navina; me nam ailjnnted. All par
n latlehted to eaid eelate are renneeted lo
uaa launeaiare navment to the nnderaiinMn.
BTIto IMl -RY. Administrator.
Dated thl lint dayof July. A. 1. 1"M.
Wtolaaaia Oeatar and Importer of
Wines and liquors.
1I1C and 1C1S Third At-
John Voile Sc Co.
8Mb, Doom and Blinds,
And all kind of
Woodwork for Builders
Ullar, rkwrlai. WajMcoatltuj
letk aUtai, ka; tk and k are
rnieA nn in
one mass oi
nrn rtf u.n a
condition of Mrs, A. Isaacson, residing at
No. fW9 27th St, Rock Island, 111., who
imports tlmtrlio was immrdiately relieved
auil permanently cured hy
Empress Josephine Face Bleach.
!',' 7.W!'.U ptnear,!,- he writoa, -with yooi
Fuce Blt-arh. aly facs waa eoeerod with pimp,
en; my akin had a diep brown coat on, and by
the n of oue bottlo it kcnme clear, o that the
pompi ration cornea throosh tha porea, which
wi.rr all atopnnl up. I am now tuinn the aeoond
bottle, ami the pimple, which wonld raiae no
In lumps over my entire face, have diaaDDaaead!
and my akin ia ttott aud lair' .
What " Emtkess JosErniN-Ew has done
for others, it can and will do for yon. An
investment of 75c will
its wonderful curative properties,
For sale bv T. IT. Tknm,. n,,,
gist. cor. 17th and 2d av., Kock Island
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
OStea Corner PtftaeaU a treat and Third A
Ssceeadf the Xollne Bavtsea uaak. frrganlaafl 1km
t Perm? mmsi rim os mposits.
OrKantaed tmder SUtc Lawa.
Opca from f a. m. to I p A., and Wednesday anr
Banuday Bights fromT to 8pm
fauna hum, . . Prealdetii
H. A. Amawoar, . Vtee-rreaidenl
I. F. Baauwwat. - Uaahlcn
Porter Skinner, W. W. Walla,
C A. Koac, H. K. Aluaworto.
Q. B. Xdwarda, W. EL Adams,
Andrew rrlbere;. r. T. Bamcaway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
awila for pma- parties tn tha rmrdee
iwtol the waat hy lha
Orchard State Bank
of OliCUAHO, HKBUASKA.
aV W. Daw, Preaident.
J. B. Dabt Caahler.
Mttcbell A Lynda. Bankers.
Bank! llo''u"ott CMa' Bock Inland luaUonal
CC. Carter, M. D.
tnr Dait'a Sons. Wuolenale Uroera.
'THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAJTB
Rppresontine over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash asaeta
rira Life. Tornado-
Bonds of Snrcajranlp.
OrKk.' Ben ketone bloc ttock Islsad, Ola
IVBecara eu rates; they will Interest yon.
J. M. BUFORD.
The old Firs and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptl7 Paid.
Hats aa low a any reliable aompany caa atora
Tow PaUonkRs la aoUeltad.
Waihn ZTirythltg Trom a n&t
tSXk g-ndtwohlef to OlrcuTmL
law Owtaioi a Bptdalty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. U. 6c I. J PARKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
v ( a Ti t
THE HOUSE ACTION.
Senate Tariff Bill To Be the
Law of the Land.
LEJISIOH IS CONGRESS YESTERDAY.
Separate Kills r eased patlius; Coal. I row
Ore. Sugar aaid Barbed Wire oa the Free
Llat-Besolutlotta Adopted by tha H.UM
Canons and tho Action Thereaader Coa
wictloa That It Was the Senate Measure
or Mono Controls the Caaena and Crisp
Olfers the ReeesaloB Resolution.
Wasiiixotos, Aug. 14. The following
aesolationa, offered by Speaker Crisp him
elf, were adopted by the Democ ratio
RaeolTed, That It is the sense of this
saucus that the order heretofore made re
questing a conference with the senate on
the disafrreeinR votes of the two houses on
H. R 484 be rescinded. That the conferreea
heretofore appointed on the part of the
honsebe discharged from farther duty
in that behalf, and that the house recede
from its disagreement to the senate
amendments to said bill and agree to the
"Resolved. Further that the house shall
at onca proceed to the consideration of
scp irate bills pliiciun the following arti
cles ou the free list, viz: Sugar in all its
forms, iron ore, coal and barbed wire.
"The committee on rules is requested
to report uu order providing for the
prompt consideration of such motion and
FsplitiniiiR the Nay Votes.
A division tins taken only ou the first
resolution and the vote was 130 to 21.
Among the nny votes wore the Louisiana
members. Warner of New York, Straus
of New York, Trnoey or X(w York, Tars
neyof Missouri, Cockran of Xew York,
Covert of Xew York, Dunphy of Xew
York, Cooper of Indiana. Johnson of
Ohio, Kilgore of Tcxa, They had vari
ous reasons for voting nay. Cockran
said it was' too soon to give up hope of
agreement. The Louisiana senators ob
jected because the proposed bill gave no
protection to sugar and rohbed it of the
bounty. Tarsney objected to the bill for
the reason given in the president's letter.
The men who favored the resolution, such
as Wilson, Crisp and McMillin, said it
was the senate bill or no bill. McMillin
said the senate bill was a great deal better
than the McKinley bill.
Rule for Rapid Work Adopted.
And so the caucus adjourned aud al
most immediately reassembled as the ma
jority of the house and proceeded to put
through the programme decided ou. There
was a full house, aud the galleries were
packed. The rules committee was busy
framing the rule that would carry through
the free coal, iron ore, wugar, and barbed
wire bills proposed, while other Demo
cratic leaders were preparing the resolu
tions that would record the house agree
ment to the senate tariff bill. It took
some time to get these thins, in shape, for
it was not until 2:i5 p. m. that Catching.,
of the committee on rules, was recognized,
and presented the report providing for the
passage of the tariff bill and also of the
other bills named in the caucus resolution.
Irwasa "rusher," giving little time for
debate, and after Reed had put in the Re
publican protest it was adopted under the
Moves Adoption of Senate Rill.
The special order havins been adopted
Wilson moved the resolution discharging
the house conferrees, receding from the
houe disazreement and agreeing to the
senate tariff bill so-called. Reed made the
point of order that the bill was not before
the houe,but the bill had been bi ought in
duriug the roll call and the speaker pointed
to it. Reed sat down disconsolately and
Wilson took the floor. He spoke calmly,
but eloquently, the Democrats crowding
about him and listeuing intently to his
every word. He was loudly applauded by
his friends and was followed by Red who
a so 'raised the roof." Then McMillin
took the floor, his speech being a defeuseof
the senate bill on the ground that it was
much better than the McKinley bill.
McMillin' Good Pointa of the Dill.
The good points noted by McMillin were:
Free wool, free lumber, free hemp, etc.,
and the reductions in the general sched
ules. The duties iu the chemical sched
ule of the seuute bill about to be adopted,
he aaid, were reduced from SO jer ctut.
to S4 per cent; enrth and earthenware
from 51 per ceut. to 85 per cent.; metals
aud metal manufactures from 58 to 3ft per
cent.; wood and wood manufactures from
81 to aa: tobacco. 117 to Kb: cotton, 5Ti to
4 ; flax, hemp and jute, 45 to 41; wool and
woolens, 08 to 48; silk nnd silk manufac
tures, 53 to '; pulp and piper, 23 to 30;
s iii'lries from 20 to 21; total reduction,
from 58 per cent to 38 per cent. McMil
lin eulogized especially the principle in
volved in the income tax provision, which
taxed not what people consumed, but
what they had.
FOUR FREE TRADE BILLS PASSED
Caucus Deelalon Carried Ont Free Coal,
Iron, Sugar and Uarbed Wire.
Burrows gave the Democrats a few rubs
for being so "sot" against the senate bill
a few days ago and so willing to psss it
now. Pence (Pop.) of Colorado followed
aud advocated the bill ou the same
grounds as McMillin. Cockran was the
man the galleries were waiting for and
his appearance standing caused a rustle
all over the chamber. He made a charac
teristically eloquent and earnest speech
against the proposed action for the same
reason that had caused him to vote no in
the caucus. Tarsney of Missouri followed
aud said be would vote uo because the
b ichest authority in the Dnmorrutio n..t.
hud stigmatized the bill as filled with
peruuy aun aisnonor. "Iu this charac
terization I heartily concur," said Tars-
1 here were several other speeches made
before time was up. Crisp closing the de
bate, excent for a few wordinr.ml.n.tinn
made by Wilson who corrected a state
ment tout tue sugar trust had already
purchased tl00.OU0.OUO worth of raw sugar
bv anvini? that tho amnuor. AAA nno
tons, worth tiS.OoO.OOU. Theu the yeas
and uays were ordered. The motion was
adopted 18a to 1(15 the Popu ists all
votiuir live nnd the house hod airrH
the senate bill. Peuue announced that
bimpson and McKeigban would have voted
aye if present. Democrats voting nay
were Cock ran, Co vert, Daveyof Louisiana,
Dnnphy of New York, Everett of Massa
chusetts, Gorman ot Michigan, Heodrix of
New York. Johnson of Ohio. Merer of
Louisiana, Price of Louisiana, Tarsney
of Missouri, and Warner of New York.
Aim special order allowed thirty min
debnta ou each of the proposed free
tit Mia, aud it banUtJUeak -thirty mOn-
nrea to pass ettner, the lemorrats not
using their time. The bills were pasaed
as follows: For free coal, shale, slack, and
coke yeas, 180; nays, 1C4. The following
Democrats voted nay: Alderson of West
Virginia, Bankhead of Alabama, Boatner
of Ixuiisianit, Buroes:of Missouri, Crain
of Texas, Davey of Louisiana, Denson ot
Alabama, Edmunds of Virgina, Eppes of
Virginia, Kribbs .of Pennsylvania, Mc
Kaig of Maryland, Gates of Alabama,
Reilly of Pennsylvania, Robbius of Ala
bama, Swansou of Virginia, Tucker of
Virginia. Tyler of Virginia, Wise of Vir
ginia, Weadock of Michigan, Wheeler of
Alabama, and Wolverton of Pennsylvania.
For free iron ore only a few speeches
were made and the bill passed without a
flght. The bill passed na to 103.
For free barbed wire-On this bill Reed
asked Wilson what the barbed wire rate
was in the Wilson bill, and the answer
being 85 per cent. Reed spoke with sar
casm of the sudden transformation in the
Wilson replied that this work ot reform
ing the tariff wonld nver cease until the
heel of monopoly was taken from the
American people. This remark was greet
ed with much enthusiasm.
"I am glad to have brought you to the
surface and secured an admission," said
Reed, "and knowing what -you will try to
do the American people will never trust
Coombs of New York said the senate
should not be allowed to adjourn until it
had passed all these bills. The vote was,
yeas, IS?; nays, 64 -the following Demo
crats voting no: Graham of Xew York,
Reilly of Pennsylvania, Sperry of Connec
ticut, Stevens of Massachusetts. Repub
licans voting for it were: Wilson of
Washington, Pickler of South Dakota,
Marsh of Illinois, Lucas of South Dakota,
Dooliitle ot Washington.
After the free sugar bill bad been re
ported Robertson of Louisiana offered an
amendment reducing the bounty on sugar
one-eighth yearly from July 1, 1SSI5. to
July I, 1(101. Price of Louisiana begged
that the bounty at least be left for this
year, in behalf of 200.H00 agriculturists
who wonld be destroyed by free sugar.
Reed and Wilson Were the last speakers,
and the yeas and nays were ordered, re
sulting yeas, 2TT; nays, 11 Republicans
voting with the Democrats on the bill.
Those who voted in the negative were:
Boatner, Davey, Meyer, Ogdon, lrice and
Robertson. Democrats, of Louisiana; Ev
erett and Stevens, Democrats, of Massa
chusetts; Harmer and Reyhurn, Repub
licans, of Pennsylvania, and Sperry, Dem
ocrat, of Connecticut, This was the larg
est affirmative aye aud nay vote ever cast
in the bouse of representatives. Then at
10:25 p. iu. the bouse adjodrued until
Wright Leave for Chit-ago.
Washington-, Aug. 14. Carroll D.
Wright, the commissioner of labor aud
superintendent of the census, has left for
Chicago to commence his duties as chair
man of the strike investigating commit
tee, which begins its labors tomorrow.
Colonel Wright believes that the work of
taking evideuce will require not more
thau two or three weeks. "When the
commission will submit its report," he
said, "I cannot say, tbongh it will doubt
less be in about five or six weeks."
Claim Against the Stanford Ltate,
Washington, An;. 14. Hill, from the
committee on judiciary, reported an
original bill to the senate directing the
attorney general to institute ii;be Vnited
States courts of California such suit as he
may detn necessary to enforce any claim
of the United States against the Stanfo.-d
estate and to cause it to be prosecuted as
rapidly as the interests of justice will
Arrested for Murdering Ills Rival.
Minn eapolis, Aug. 14. Ed ward Hatcher,
residing in Plymout h township, this coun
ty, was found dead in the woods, shot
through the body. The matter rested
uutil James Hatcher was arrested, charged
with the murder. It is stated that both
young men had been iu love with Miss
Lena Barger, aud last week James was
united iu marriage with her. Statements
aud admissions have been made since
which led the authorities to take the action
Tackiug Houae strike la Ended.
Omaha, Aug. 14. All the pack ins houses
are ruuuiug almost their full capacity,
and many men have been turued away
who applied for work. The packers say
that a great many of their old men showed
up for work, nnd those who were neetled
were taken back and the others were vaid
off and told that they would be sent for if
wanted. Some of the old men will never
be taken back.
Will Do Good to the Late Corn.
Yankton, S. D., Aug. 14. Rain to the
depth of an inch has fallen iu ail parts of
this section of South Dakota, It will do
late corn a great deal of good and improve
hay aud pasture to a great extent. Early
corn is now being cut and stacked iu
iu shocks for winter fodder, and farmers
are preparing to feed hogs and cattle on
Contempt of Court to Yell "Scab."
Springfield, Ills.. Aug. 14. In the
United States court John Elkins and A.
A. Mifflin. Illinois Central strikers of
Cairo, were committed in default of pay
ment ox c un os ou pleas oi guilty by
Elkins of interfering with the mails and
by Mifflin of contempt of court in yelling
"scab" at train men.
Ulowa Through a Hole ia the Roof.
LoUl&VILLE, Aug. 14. A steam purifier
at the I.onisvillA Kleefrif T.irrt, T ...-.. -
company exploded, killing Edward Land
auu uaugerousiy injuring Adolph
Schwartz. Charles Wilson, colored, was
blowu throuuh a hole in tho rn.,r 1,,,
only slightly injured.
Saloon Keeper Beaten to Death,
FlNDLAY, O., Aug. 14 The saloon of P.
L. Cook of Stuartsville waa robbed by
three masked meu, who beat the propri
etor to death with an iron rod and escaped
with tlUO in cash and some checks. Police
are ou the track of local crooks.
sending Ua Coaeyites Home.
Washington, Aug. 14. Another con
tingent of the industrials marched to the
railroad station where they were provided
with transportation over the Chesapeake
aud Ohio railroad. There were sixty-five
ia the party.
Generous Kaina Help tha Crops.
Omaha, Aug. 14. Generoua rains have
been falling throughout Nebraska and the
op situation is materially improved,
be rain have extended into Colorado,
South Dakota, Kansas and Iowa.
Italians Wheat Above the Average.
Rome, Aug. 14. The Italian wheat crop
of the present year is much above tha
average, on the other band, tha corn crop
la much below tha. average.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.'
Kew Tar FlnaaeiaL
Xew York. Ang. 11
Money .-m call easy. Offered at 1 per cent;
Prime mercantile papor SkiA par ceut..
alerting exchange cany with actual bnstneaa
In Imikers' hills VK (."-S, for demand and
H7(&o;i for Uty tlavn; pootdd rate 4NHa
9. Cuniluercial bills 4MI l-ai.
hilver eertitlratea, nk'tiSi; m sales; bar sil
ver Moximn ilill..r 'n)4.
Unite J Stt.Ua lvnU, it's regular. UTIVT'IIK;
do 5's C"UH:a, 117V Us ;tl. It regular. IIJ';
do4'a e.tuiHiins lli(4:l4; do Us, '.6 bid; Pacific
'a of ', UU U.l.
Chicago Grain and I'roduca.
Chicauo, Ana. U
FollowiiiK were tile qilotntl.ma on the Hoard
of Trade toJay: Wheat August. oiened .Kl'r.
closed Sito; Mcptemlior. opened MV. ektned
Mc: Ileceinlivr, 0iened ft:,-, closed 4.c- Corn
Anirust owiid e, runed 54u: reitera-
brr, oivncd Kc, cloned fcHfr- May owned Mc,
closed Mr. thits August, firened Sc,
closed 9c; Hentonilier. ooned ic, rl.awd
ft'Hc: May. orx-nod 3l,e, closed - I'ork-
Aiurnst. optwd , rlowd ; eV-ptemher,
opened JlaT.i. cloned ?134 Lard-Meptetn-her.
oened ;.:I7H, rl.nnil f?.47Vfc.
Iroduoe: Butter Extra cieami-ry, rle per
lb: extra dairy. Ilk-; iat-kiug stock, lUfr&ISc
Eugs Fresh aUx-k. lUalL'Sju per doa. Live
poultry Chicken, per ih; spriug chicken,
liir: dm as. 7i"c: turkey. .(Sr; Roene. 4.i
ft() per doa. Potatoes Uom, f 1 7Am l.sft -r
lib': early Ohio, el.itu.1.61. Apple, f l.0l..i.7.
perbU. H.-rriua-b a kberriea, Wiiaon. tl "
(ji 1.75 1 or lli-qt case; I mu berries. fl .Vtlj pur
16-ut cuse. Honey White clover, l-lb auctions;
1-tiLv-; truki'U comb. hvtlU-; dark comb,
good condition, 10c; atiainou California, i. ic
Chicago Live Mark.
Clin Aun. Auu. IX
l.lvo block I'ricea at tho Union Slock yard
today ranged as follows: Hoi; Estimated
receipts fur the day alua raairud at
$4.Mt.lJ iij. c4.s3tio.25 lntht, (4ao4l4.W
Tuugu Jisi KU1K. l.!v,! j- mixed, aud .Jm,
ueavy lacking and shii piug lots.
Cuttlo llcouints f..r the day. monk o nota
tions ranged at ft-.Ti choice to extra
elilpiiiuir nu-cr, S.'..fni.(4.-H (rood to rbolne do.
,iJi.V'i 3.7."i fair to pood. $:i.;tf?a.l common to
mnliumun, f iiar.VJfcr lintrhcrn- atorra. i.!5
iliJ Kha-kor. ?-iN.iA;l fnlera, (.tWi.H.U
cow. -i.i.a..M li.-11.-r. (I.-Ukcaou bulls
52.iiiuS.lil Tixaa sti-er. and t:llS vl
Tha Lnal Markets.
tat si4i.Br: m w. -V
H T.motn, ?t-r H-onlr,tirriie.-wild.
r,i".',iwwii 9-ui.; oaiea. fv.
Patter Fair to rtolce, 17c;erimiart. 14".
Kiev Fih. lite.
Poultry spring chicken, large, ft SO per
rsriT axo vmitablis.
Onion 75c pee Ha.
Bluchcrrier, f'i.W a cane.
Csrte UntcherB nr for c m ft atevra
344t; cow and Belters, : caivee
Bpriag lamb, t SCtS a bead.
Coal 6of;. Ku
"Her crce of mo'icn. and of look. Ihe smooth
And rwimmitip majesty tif step and trau.
The syn-metry of forai snd feainre, set
The soul afluit, even like dclulous air
Of flute and barp."
For her matrhl. s look of graze and motion
thia rcl beauty w Indd tcd to perfect health.
reftnrcU hy the osc ff that ma-cblesn to til-. Dr.
Pierce- Favoii e l-ie.rription, which set to
healthy action every function and cave purity
and riebne to ihe b'oud.
It i cuarsi teed for that clan of ai) Rlfni inn
Weakncnees pecaii.r to wemen. Anyone so af
flicted can use it wita entire certainty of btinR
r.-f tored by tt vinte and nervine p.-opcrtii s lo
the smn pert -ct health and ivsal besaty which
men adore and the pod my envy.
When Baby was sick, we pave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Caaturia
A Little "Beauty" Book
190 pages on skin and eraln. earanf the bare,
preservation of the complexion .removal of
luoiee, wrinkle, pioiplfe, euperfluoua
nalr, enema and all akin Mrmlabes.
In abort the rveult of i years' cra
(leal experience tnttna " Cl
Vrice K. mailed.
John H. Woodbury
EsUMlshed I 70. 1 25 W. 424 SC., N. V.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
JA4e a WeU
HIT II If
ill ALIO lOthDe
a. aaa waaat Oth Bar.
rrateraa f he 4bse BesaUs Ih M Bara. It
powertnlly and quickly. Cures when all other
tail. Youns; men will retrain their loat manhood,
and old men will recover their youthful vipor
by using VITALIS. K Quickly and surely re
stores Nervousness. IVont Vitality. Impnto-ncy,
Nightly Emissions, Ixwl Power. Falllup Men
ory, Wastinp Diseases, and all effects of self
abuse or excess and Indutcrelion. Wards of
insanity and eonsumpUon. Insist oa bavins
VITALIS no otr. Can be carried in vent
Socket. By mall. fl.Ot per paekape, or ala tor
N.M, wHh aaaiUfa wrrrten aaaialaa ta can
V nfaad tae atoaey. Circular free.
hubit iuuii uutraa i.
For aala at Sock laland.by Harper
SBscy and WUUaat Claadaala. Dracgtat,
V. aaa. A n
'OiSCAStS Bf wOSlrl AK0 CNriMKM,"
I boot mri CeVara, aat aeaM far Ms,
ReadT, rmrferinc from any rra:plalnt valiar ta Uie femiiV at t, fiA-l n,. i,
Worth everythiu- to yna. Letters for ad tine, marked TotMmltinc a-nxi tti. i,
sea try our .hvlrlan only. ZtU-l'HOEA tt, n.0.C0LAN,ee y, KaUa.a.. . V, ;u
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
170G Second Avenue.
JOUX II. TAEIUUX.
PARiDorj 2 con
Painters and Decorators
PAPEB 2XA299ZAS, Cio-XnES, tc
SHOP. 419 Smateosth SL, JLOZZ. ISULTB. ILL.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICF, NO: 2S21 SIXTH AVENUE.
Shop on Via 8trt. POCK IL-'LZ.M.
IT1 rcr-d Aeertia, Come of glrteetrra Rtreat, . Oppoetlc Harder"
The choicest Wins. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hind
Fra bancs ter Dai
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Hom House.
Rssidance. 410 Berenth ftreft.
City Bus and Express Line.
For Bna or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will rW.rt
TIMBBHLAKB ft 8FENCEB. Pro
Painlessly, Positively, Perfectly. Per
Without Surgical Or eration or deten
tion from Business.
Y1a nw Cn to.MM. it -i m .
r ' - ....... . . , uiili . ji i n. v&rwmm oi
Rectnm:Chrontctotintipatlun. stricture, Fiaaarcs
Prnrius or itching pile permanently cured.
Flntnla eared without the ne of knife.
Piles removed aritlioat in at lLa
LTsflical and Surgical Institute
AUDsxisoN fc nosSa
CONSULTATION IS FREE
Permanently Located la the Ryan Block,
becuna and aUady btracta, UaTctiDorv, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
Drs. Anderson and Rone are rraduatus of the
leadina- Bicdiral colfcffut of this couatry, and
with 20 years' expartoaoe la tha IrcaCBMMof
CATAKKII. THBOAf A WD LtKOf.
Thay nceesefullv treat Catarrh, Throat and
Laura, dMnraeee of tha dlceetlve oraTka. dyauen
ia, lives troubles, coaaUaUoa, cbrunlc aW
KIDRCT aVD CEIHAKT
Troablea speedily raaMived.
Tha moat aggravated caaea are eneedlly and
y, wiiiwuj imw uy wf avw aal of tfea
LADf 18 AFrLirTKD Sanrtal aMemloa Uvea
ta all dlaaar pecaliar to woiaen. Beat far4llt;
aad advantage for tbe treataieat Bad ajiaaaj ra-
Electricitj IU Scluatifio Appll
Facta blemlahea. aa aaolaa. anneraaoaa I
wine amacaa. tuaaata. wiaa. ate, waml by aat
BLOOD ABD 8V.IB DISEAaU.
All tronblea ari:n fn m tmpora blood, acrof
anv eeaesaa. tetter, taw or. aloara. etc.
Oaa beaonealted consaentiv or 111 i iilbe
wiv. saw a ceaia rov aaeeuon biaaa. J
DKS. AKDUiaOX utmM. aVyaa basafc.
rWiM ta ClfiLt a itaihle,. ,rtwt
aVveloaaneat aad Urn fertiti li, ,
tartalM and soothe f ,Trwy t t.
and prryrnla urulu ii.ua. '
Carra I'aljtitafioii. Sln,,i,
aie-jus, BHfAw Itreatinr d" ,,.
rrejtlii: insauiiyi, itoid:ii:- .(
' aiil a ...!
hary old ace.
HtKBr .. riUIltoa
.! anr baa Fnealanaooa ron tr?,m
Tin CATII BDOUS
Baths ot all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc.. msv
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first four A
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. tn. ti
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:3. a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to ) p. k.
on week days On Sunday Hp
rooms will b open from 6 a. iu.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen onlv.
Electrie and Elect ro-thfrnAl
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hour.
Gymnasium connected with bath
It will Clean Silks and Woolen C.nni.
Ribbons. Curtains and Carpets It h..
no equal for CleaoinK lioase. KiMn c
Moths aad Removing Create Spots
Tei Reel It Sires Uorej vi Lzr.
PRICE 13 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
FOR 25 CENTS.
Address Ha so H. Des Moines. laara.