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THE AEGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1898.
t Profsssional Hards,
AtMraayi M Law.
Rook Iilana cfl Milan. Roek lltnA
Offlo over Krell Matt I tort; Milan
offlM on Main itreel
H. C. COKSEU.T. a D. COMIfZI.LT.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorney at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas'
drag iiore, cur. Second avenue mill
O. L. ANDERSEN,
Real Estate. Loan, Insurance and
Room , lluford block.
ALEX II. LIDDERS,
Attorney at Law.
Ceoeral Iceal bimlncss, collections.
notary puhliu. l.ur hecocd avenue, I
JACKSON A HURST,
Attorney at Law.
Office in Roek Ialand National Bank 2
WM. L. LUDOLPtf, g
Attorney at Law. g
Money to Loan, General Laffal B'Jd- '
new, Notary Publio. 170b beeond ave- x
nae, fJuford block. 2
a. a iwniiT. a u walkib .
SWEENEY A WALKER,
Attorney! and OonnoaUori at Law.
Office in Benpton Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Office In eourt
MoBNIBY & McENIHY,
Attorneyi at Law.
Loan tmmn on toed Motility: make
oUeetlor.a. Rereressa. fciueheU A
Lyndo, banker. OflJoe, alitolieu A 1
Lynde Building. I
CUAS. II. 1IUBBELL,
Attorney at Law Justice of the 1
Office In the City Hall. Telephone M. .
UA V fc 1-UUT, 1UW A l
F. H. FIRST, M. D. j
Fhytfcian and Surgeon. !
Phone 4 on lV7. Oftloe, tun Twen- I
tletb klreet. Uffloe Hour: 10 to 12 a.
m.; !S to 4 and 7 to (t p. m. Sunday, 6:30 i
to . 30 a. m.; 1:30 to 3 p. m. i
DR. CORA EMERY REED, '
Homoeopathic Physician. I
Kprclml attention to dlsea of wom
en and children, also diaeaKes of eye,
ear. nos" and throat. Office hour
.m to 12 a. m , I to 4 p. m. 3:J1 Six
teenth mrret. ICock Island.
m:. c. w. ;k.utox. ;
. -. i
ItiMiniH 13 mid IV Mitchi-il & T.vndc
nullillni;. tnve houp4 from 8 to ; m.
and I to p m.
C. L. SILVIS, j
Over KaU A Math a, ITil Beeood t-:
DR. S. 11. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All dheavi of lro iintl mule 2
trruu'd on ii!irovfd principle. Stir- X
Ki.Ml oMT:tiiiiw iierlonurd in u .vim- X
litic milliner. Iol' lii'iil.-d All cll tt
prompi'y attended to. Kc.Milence, U'-'rt 2
ri'ili avenue. Telephone I on 2
Office and Infirmary. MIS l'H7 Firth A
avenue. (Jumrs M sucker's stable.) op- X
incite No. I lire hou-e. 2
JAMES P. KCBBELL,
Architect and Superintendent
Room 41, Mitchell Lynda building. 2
third Boor. -f
DRACK A KERNS,
Architect and duperntendenu.
n kin sat tftoek. S
Beeood floor. X
11ENRY QAETJK. Pi op. I
Oniispiaanoek Kanary, j
Out Flower atd DeigcaV(,al Sinda J
X City ttora, 197 Second avenue, Tex X
Is not a patent medicine ; It la
not a sareaparllla ; It Is not a
tonic: it is not a nervine; it is
as much better than all these
as a diamond la better than cut
glass. It is the
In the world. It cure.
Wo have It '
T. II. THOMAS.
Seventeenth St. ami Second Av.
Kstute of Elizabeth A. liowaian. deceased.
The undersigned li:i inc been appointed exe
cutor of the lu-t will n!id tfstaniviit of Kli.a
Ireth A. Howniaii. lati; ; tbe eouiiiv of Koek
Isiaud. state or Illinois, deeeiised. hi-reln fives
notice that he will appear In-fore the county
court of Hock Island county, at the countv
court room, in the eiiy of Koch Island, at the
July term, on tin; lirsi Monday in July next,
ill which time all persons bat iul' claims asalnst
said estate are notified and roiint'sted to at
tend, for the purpose, of huvinu the sutue ad
justed. All person Indebted to said e'' re re
quested to make iiunieCiute pavm. 'othe
Dated this 21th day of April. A. D. .cPf.
S. C. IkiWMAN. l.xecutor.
Kstate of Sophia (liesetihat'en. deceased.
The ttnilcrsiimcd having been appointed ad
miiiLsiraiorof Hie esiaie of Sophia Oicsenha
K'en. late of the county if Hock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, herel-y :ics noiice that
he will appear before the county court of
Hock Islai.d county, at the countv court room,
in the cily of Hock Maud, at the Juno term,
on the tirst Monday in June next, at which
time all persons hair.u' claims against said
slate are not Hied and requested to attend,
for the purpose ot bavinj; the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
niestcd to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 12th day of April, A. D. .
Henry ;ik.sknii..kn, Administrator.
VViu.l.tM U Lvixii.ru. Attorney.
KxccuirU'H Sale of Kcal K.Htatr.
llv virtue of an order and decree of the
county court of i;,,,'k II.n.d countv. Illinois,
made on the petition of t'le uii'tcrsii-ned. Atma
Kinhuf. formetl'- Anna Willnis. executrix of
the lav, w ill and test am, lit of Jaculi U illm. de
ceased, for leave to sell real estate of said de
ceased to pay deiits. at the Mav term A. D.
Is.f. ,,f aid court, to-wit: ( m i he 3d day of
May. IrtH. la ,. sait.rtb'C. the tlth ila'v of
Jfne next, between the hours of ten (Mil
o'eltM'k la the torenoou and tot-r (!i o 'chick in
i lie nitcruoon of said day. sell at public sale
at the north door of the court house, in Hock
isjWMi. in s iul county, the real estate de
scribed as follow ;
he west three iiuar;, iv t 1. 1 of lot four iJ,
In block twenty l-tb in Spencer & Case s addi
tion to the ci' y of nock l-land.
lemis of sale: Onehilf Ci of the purchase
pruf at the lime of sale ami the remainder in
one (1) year from t;.e dale of said sale, with
interest on said b:i! .mee at six (til per cent
per annum, secured hv niorit-'ai-e itpon the real
estate so sold: or the cntir' sum of the pur
chase money may be paid in cash, if the pur
chaser si, elect.
Dated this 4th d iv of May A D. I sin
Ann Kimi 'itr. formeriv Anna W'llms ex
ccutrix o! the estate of J.icub Wiilms. de
ceased. rilbl'M-Htion Notice
S. K Kenwortby, Solicitor.
State of Illinois, i .
Kttck Island county t 's'
In the County Court. June term. A. 1") . 1W.
Petition lo sell real estate to pay dehts.
J. Henry ladders, administrator of the estate
of l-'iedciick Kramer, deceased, vs. Iiora
I'.lseliofl. John Seliroc(!er. Jos.-pn Seliroi'der.
Dur.iel Scbroerier Ixiuis Sichroedcr. Kred
Sciiroeder. and Miaiiiet.oiser Joseph Dreix
ittr, i;;wl.ara K.ipji. llttao Volz. Ihmat Heek
eri. Leopold Scaroeder. Joseph Schroeder.
ApiMibmia Dartniaan. Alois Setirocder. Anna
Sch'oeder. Maria Anna Vol.. Delta Dreixler.
Kenlinaiid Se'.iroerier. Alois Schroedcr.
Knielie Scliros:ler. llerm.iii r ebrocd-'r. ur.d
Hos.1 Schroedcr. Hans J.mt,,, Walter Harms,
the unknown heirs of Kreilerick Kramer and
the unknown owners of lots ten limand
eleven ill) in Weal herhead's addition to the
eitv of KocU Island.
A illdav it Of nou residence of IKira Dischoff.
Joseph Dreixler i:.ir!ara Happ. Hufo Vol.,
itonat Leckert. Leop ild Schroeler. Joseph
Sehroeder. Appolonia Hartniami, bis
Scnroetb-r, Anna Sehr.teder. Maria Annaol..
Delta lYcixler. l-'erdinand Schroedcr. Alois
SehroetU'r. Kmelie clir,)t;de. llcnnan
SchnM'drr. Hosa Schroedcr. the unknown
heirs of ('rederick Kramer deceased, and the
r.nkown ow ners of I - tea i Itn ami eleven oil
in Weathcrhead s adeitioti to the city of Mock
Mand. defendants ;;!n e narticl. havini.' been
tiled in the ottlcc of the clerk of the co;:n;y
court of Ko,-k lsiand count v. notin is hereby
"riven to Lbe s lid l,ir.i iitseho'?. Josep l,reix-b-r.
Ilarbara Happ llu.-o Vol.- Oonat Heckert,
1'otMiid set:;ot-tier. Joseph schroedcr. Appti
Ionia llar'rir.nn lois" schroedcr. Anna
sehroeder. Maria Anti.i Voir Hcria Dreixler,
Ferdinand SchrocOer. Alois sehroeder. Kme
lie Schroedcr. He-man Schrocler. lbsa
Sehroi'der. i'ue t:akriown heirs of treceriek
Kninier. deceased and the unknown owners
of lots ten in') and eleven ill) it! Weather
he.ul s nilda ion to ibe c:n of Mock Island,
that tl..- .aitl pi -.ilnt if! J. Henry L'ddcrs. ad-natiis:.-a:-r
,d t!te estateof t'rei,.(-:,.k Kramer,
uert ih.i1. has tiled his petition in the said
coui i -, ..xiuit of Hock l-land county for an
order to sell tin: premises beionu-nm to the
estate of satd deceased, or so much of it as
iiiay te needed to pay the debts ,,i said de
ceased, and desctioed :ts follows, to-wit:
Lots ten (lili and eleven 1 1 1 1 iu Weather
hers addition to the city of hock Island, ami
that a suminrnis na.s been issued mil of said
court avaiiis, y,,;i. returnatio at the June
term. A. 1. IK, of said court, to be holden on
the lirsi Morulay f June. A D. !.". ut the
court bo e in the city of Rock Waud. in Ibe
eiui,tv of i:.,ek Island. Illinois
Now it ievs you. the saal Dora Discho! Jv
scph Dreixler. Ilarbara Happ. Huiro Vol?.
Imn it Heckcrt. IconId sehr,ebT. Joseph
Schr-Ksier. Appolot.tu Harimi:nn. Al lis
SciirtM-dcr. A ar.a Scbrocd jr. Miria nna
Vol, rta Iircixler. lr'cr:iiiiaiid Sehnn-der.
Alois SchrM der. Ktnelie S brtnsiler. Herman
Schroedcr. liosn Schroeiler, the nnkow n heirs
of Krcdcrtek Kramt-r ami the unknown own
ers of lots ten itOi and eleven M ) !ti Weather
head s addition to the c.tv of Hock Island
sa.dl iH-rviTiahy Ut at.-d aof-ar In-tore s;nd
couni court of Kock Isiaud eo nty. on the
hrsi dayoi a term thereof, to le b onien ut the
city of rm'k Niand. in said con .v. on the
rrst Menr.ay of Juno. A. D. tsys pie.ul.
answer or demvr to tbe aid complainant s
N'ti,i,m tiled thercn. the same ami the mat
ters and liiiat-s therein chari-d and .tel
wiU rc taken as confessed, and a decree en
tered a'airsk y.,j Kt'oordhji; to the praver of
s.nd f ie.
I'iK-K Is! i-h'i I,iii,,is. May 3. Is.
H l.4t.Mvit Kkiii.kr. Clerk.
S. K. Kenwiirthv, t'omplaiaant s !solici:or.
Lee. Sewell, Wheeler end Wilscr.
Norrinated to Lsad.the Vol
-ACS TC EE A MAJOE GENERAL
Copplngcr, lli'eekini i p. Ot'.i, Slmfter,
Wade. Cinham mid Other ! the I5ei-ur
tar Aritiv Named fut be am? I'o.st
Many of tb- D( ;ul n f);iiccrs f.et a Doost
tn rrumotioi: Ner. fruni the stale-Campa-Tlie
litiuob li.vnutiiltv Seiisa
tlon Sfpiiis a Yit t.
'Washing'tor., May ?. T!:c ?ennte :n
executive s.?sion yt ?t"riay c rXnm-ti
all the rnmlnati.T.s of major generals
which had beer. ?ent in car'.ior in ;h?
day by the r resident. In the ca.e of
Senator ?cve!l the conflrrnnlun was
immediate, tho enr.ts fo'.iowing its us
ual custom cf actlnsr upcin the noni
Ir.atim cf a f.ii. v,- ir.crbcr without any
ref'-rnce to r'imrnittec. The other
names wi re r fcrrcd t i th cotnrriUttt
on miiitury afijirs and wen aiiuoKt im-
CENEKAL COT TirCLR.
moiliately afterwards favcraWy re
ported, the corr.ttiitte.-'svote 1 einsr taken
in the senate chamber. C'oniinnation
followed in all cases without ccmtnei.t,
except in that of General Wilson. Sen
ators Ilaccn and Lindsay tonk occasion
to sneak of him in complimentary
tern s. Sr-np.t'ir l.'acnn re'ating that dur
ins the war uf the tei eliion lie had been
captured by Gcmral Wilson, who was
at that time an i Hirer in the Federal
army, while Uacon was a Co.ifed 'rate.
He said he was therefore aide to speak
from cxiivriime when he testiib i tj
Gi ni r.-.! Wilson's ( r.';i;-.i ity as a suldicr
and his character as a man.
Na-.ncsof liic lost li-o!iiiiint,
FcilKiwlii:,- arc the nanus if the most
promit:cr.t of the civilims and army
men nominated: To be major s,-nerals:
Brigadier General Josctih C. lteikin
rid.ye. insjiector Kcnetal t'tiiicd States
army; JlrlKadit-r General El well P. Otis.
I'nited States army: Driirailter General
Jolin J. C'oi pin', i ; r.i is.td:t f G. neral
William l:. S! ,:;t, r, I'.riaoier Generiii
Wi;;iatn 11. Graham. Hrr'ailbT Oc -neral
lames F. Wade. lMRadier General Hn
ry c. M-rriair.; Jai.ies II. Wilson, of
Delaware : I'it::hUi,it Lee, of Virginia:
Fr.ittd States Senator W. J. Sewell. of
New Jersey; Joseph Wheeler, of Ala
bama, l'.esides these tht re are eighteen
colonels of lite regular army iirotnoted
to be lirlsadicr generals and s-ven lieu
tenant colonels to the same srade, be
sides nuincrous other pn rtn tions. Yes
terday was a crcat day for the regular
Troopti to Occupy Hie I'lillipplnes.
Should it he d Tided finally by the
president to send troops to assist Cotn
mcdore Dcwoy to hold SLiniia the war
cli partment oflb i.ii? say that the smail
r.umlu r of regular soldiers available are
ready to move. I; is thought, however,
that if troops are sent they will he
made up larR. ly from the volunteer
forces that readily conld be concen
trated at San Francisco from jarious
states west ( f the Moeky mo-intains.
The enlistm, nls in the volunteer army
Ihe llr.st two days dririns which this was
in progress am Hinted only to somethins
ever 700. More than l"t of these were of
iftier:-. and the itivatcr part of them
surseons. whir h accounts for the limited
number mustered in. Six hur.dred pri
v at s have s far b- v n enlist, d. With
the sur.e'!i oti:i'.:!i-'l to eamine the
soidiet.s rai'ld proRr.-ss w ilh the regular
er.iisttr., nt w rk :s I ck"i for.
. WAsNT A (.I'KM AN SAt SAf.E.
Roll nt (titll CoMoil I'ottnil itl file lllinoU
("amp Tanr. r. Si rir.ttileM. Ills., May 3.
In spi-e i f the i.atic i nial i f
(lewis! ii.-rkl' v. !, st i onn.'.andt r, and
Colonel i-V:-iii. i.f t'ae Si.th riptmi-nt.
'..o r i ;.pb sive
ha 1 V.. s found !r. tlx" (ju.-.rtci3 ef Cm
pr.r.y T., il nv.' i.-vi 1. t o that the story
is ti uo. Th" ci:. tr.ar.uii'S l.'o er stuck
to it th- stuff ft vnl was tl. ir.-.as: vtjee-tabU-s.
but it is l.ov. to!:tii".tvd to have
been mm cotton. . nc f th- hish.est cx
I b i-ives kt. can. Ti e roll tl irtin cotttin
was ti.ur.c! in the ch.t t cf Coiurasy L
and is believed t" hav,- bun pvt there
Sunday by some pcrst n v. ho took ad
vantacc i f th ot j.otturtif y stivt-a t-j vis
itors to jr. thmuch (juartets.
When the bos packed the (hest he
fi re comirs to Si rinpticlc! there was
no such material there. and after they
rt ached tamp the (hi st was ov, rhaub d.
There is but one inf-. r nee, ar.d that is
the hizh explosive whs flat el there
Sunday. What th purpc .'-' was r.o trt"
has ctt -ir.pt d to tiess. Had the stuff
xpl.a'.td ii Ti-ould have lown out the
side f the iiiii.uing. Tsft.' were made
cf ihe Mu;T in time blinks at Camp
Linrcln Monday ar.d acain late in the
afttrc'tca on a.tRie ctc-r.ts. In each cas?
O-i'i c'nre cure colrls in il,e bc.coWs cn tbe
bears, oid e !d s, lietv culd nn-1 ol-sinto co'ris atd
t. r- a ci' cr-p. i.'t- ; a n 'tv. il scLares ire-a
t:.9 n-e : 1 ;. "s, y -c e l. cu rrn, d;pht!-.tr.a,
n,niai,tfi".-. a: 4 c!i tar a! : -tl ltf-4 trci'lto-s. 1 I.csa
p" -- -t t i;?o : . .-, - .Itv.-i.v J.r-r iosfa'.f
fuod tV'-.aa -0 . t l.vr a:-! rvr'!its- r:U' h
M-ss. T'-e i.:t:y( u l;e o,y Curtptir prtp. rc a
p- iurrte circ .. r eae'i ci. e e. ,t f.u dre-i-Ts
ir,,.n" a :L If V'-a i I uiCirr,! &d(iee vrte
rrer.M'!T"t.ljG'J-'-rch s-vr-, l'LUadciphis. It is
atsola.t:ly tree, ,
NAMED TO COMMAND
V:i '."W S-s
the bricks and stone were crurnbled Into
small tits ana powder.
General Barkley received what was
left of the hrick and store and finally
admitted the stuff he denied beir an
explosive was gun cotton. The test was
made by Ordnance Sercreant Eaker,
who says it would be hard to find a
mere daneerous explosive, fhe officers
explain the attempt to keep the matter
dark by savins that the story would re
sult in many of the men who are r.ot
enlisted returning home. There are
many who do not fear Spanish bullets
in a square fight and yet would auail
at the prospect of being blow n to pieces
win a oom o ot pun cotton.
A long line of shiverirg so! liers pre
sentei themselves at the prst hospital
yesterday morring. All were suffering
from heavy coids contracted during the
r.itrht. Quite a r.umber of men are miss
ing f:um camp and believed to have
pone Iw.e. ar.d others have applied fcr
discharges. Cclonel Yourg has received
over fifty letters from wives and moth
ers since Sukday beegir.g that their men
folks be sent home. Sunday visits by
relatives from cut cf town proved very
cliscrcar.izirg tc the mn, ar.d the word
went o-at that Sunday excursionists
wcu'.d net be welcome in the future,
relatives have a weakness for taking
men atide and workirg on their fee'.ir.gs
to induce them to give up the service.
They t? not succeed often, but ir. such
crises ns they do a bad effect is pro
duced on whele commands.
Cciotel J. W. Washburn, commanding
the Fourth regiment, I. X. (?.. tendered
his resipnation M Giverr.or Tanner to
take effect immediately, ar.d it was ac
cepted. Ccior.el Washburn left for Van
dalia. lis home, at once. Governor Tan
ner held a conference with other officer?
cf the I. X. G. regarding the resigna
tion of Colonel Washburn.
Chicago. May 3 General John Mc
Xuita received the following telegram
last nfcht from Assistant Secretary
llorsevdt, regarding the calling rut nf
the Il'.icois naval reserve: "The Illinois
naval reserve will be called out if there
is an opportunity for utili;:;ng their ser
vices. I have no power to say more."
Milwaukee, May 3. The mustering in
to th? I'nited States army cf the Wis
consin volunteers now quartered at
Camp Harvey besan yesterday, the reg
imental surgeons being the first to take
the examination. Pr. Tilton, V. S. A.,
assisted by the surgeons of each retji
ment, conducting the examinations-.
It is thought a week or ten days will
elapse before the work is completed,
when orders are expected transferring
the troops either to Chattanooga cr
Des Moines. la.. May 5. Governor
Shaw will review the Iowa troops at
Camp McKinley tomorrow for the first
time since they were mobilized. The
physicd examination of the guards
men by the government medical board
1C 7 fr O'"- t-:l niiltl- t .lltl,...' A Cl'-rioinn !
f. at'tti' of it is the large number of men
rejectc'3 owing to physical disability di
rectly traceable to bicyile riding. Palpi
tation f the heart is the most common
trouble. Said Major Davidson: "Bicy
cle riding is doing more to destroy the
health of our young men than the
whisky curse of which we hear so
much." Major Davidson is not a bicy
cle ri.ltr. Habitual scorcher." the cx
rmininr surgeons say. usually have
heart irouble which unfits them for
Score oti the Hull I'lebl.
Chienfo. May a. Following' are yes
terday's League scores at base ball: At
Clevelatd Louisville 3, Cleveland S; at
r.roi kljii Washington 2. Iliv.oklyn 11:
at l'.althiore Philadelphia 2. Baltimore
4: at I'f. I sburg Chicago 7. Pittsburg 3;
at New York I.onton 3, New York 8; at
Western League: At Minneapolis
Kansas City in. Minneapolis 7; at St.
Paul fimaha 4, St. Paul 5; at Detroit
Milwat'kee 20, Detroit 7; at Ir.dianap
Mni'Mchciul ltomlic.rtls Cfenfurgn.
Xi w Vork. May ."..A special to The
Pross ficm Key West, says: Cicnfuegos
has beon bombarded. Xot only did the
Marblehead silence the batteries of the
town ol the afternoon of April 23, but
.shelled Ihe town itself, playing havoc
with tie buildings and driving thou
sands af the inhabitants to the in-
The v'.low of the Tich borne Claimant
Is pennil'ss, and a relief fund is being
Much interest is manifested at Wash
ington ir. the sessions of the National
Moth' rs' congress.
Yousotf, the Turk, won two straight
falls in a wrestling, match with Ed
Atherton at New Yyrk.
The J ipanese government has under
consideration a plan for the establish
ment of banks with foreign capital.
The Anerican bark Forest Queen,
Car tain lleasley, from Taeoma, Wash.,
March C, has been given up as lost.
Cincit ratl brewers have added $1 a
barrel to the price of beer in anticipa
tion of a government war revenue tax.
Full returns from the municipal elec
tion at s;. Paul give ex-Representative
A. ... Ki.fer (-p.) fur mayor, a plu
tality of 1.M5.
Orders have )een issued by the TTnited
States ptstmaster general to establish
a postoifk e in the Cuban port first oc
cupied 1? the United States.
Miss Uiuise McElroy, who has been
since h'l loth year the "daughter' of
the Secur.d Iowa regiment, may go to
the fron'. with hc-r regiment.
The secretary of the navy has sent to
the senate a deficiency estimate of $20,
'.'Tawf'tt for the remainder of the present
fiscal years and on account of the fiscal
Dr. Jiiii M. Manly, prcfessor of Eng
lish at ?rown university, has accepted
the positbn of head professor of Eng
lish language and literature in the Uni
versity el Chicago. i
Information has been received of the
death at Oakland, Cal., of Miss Helen
I A. Butiel, who served for forty years
as teach and principal in the public
schools o Chicago.
Negri. at Springfield, O., chased the
proprietots of a museum from the city
because fiiey exhibited the embalmed
remains df two negro murderers lynched
at Birmitham, Ala.
Prince I'ictor Emanuel, the count of
Turin, aid a nephew of the king of
I Italy, has arrived at New York on the
J North Geiman Lloyd steamship Kaiser
; Wiihelm -r Gross",
j Eobert tohnson tt Chicago stumbled
J over the lody of a dying woman cn the
railroad lacks under the Erie street
viaduct aid the police have not been
adle to itkrn her identity.
IS SIDET A L&EGE AMOTOT.
rrc: I- nt if a nnnk Saiil To rj Fby in
( ash Almut $IOO.O(K).
Geuverneur. N. Y., May 3. Bank Ex
aminer Van Vranken has airivcd intbis
city and is in charge cf the First Na
tional 'tank rf Carthage, which c'.oscd
its doors Tuesday. He has made a par
tial investigation, ar.d states that the
affairs of the bank are in a very mud
dled condition. At least a week will
elaps? before nn accurate total of Pres
ident Myers' defalcation will be obtain
able. The peculations begain in
two years after Myers was chosen
prorider.t. Ore cf the men connected
with the bank states that further inves
tigation has increased the shortage to
in the neighborhood cf J1C5.000.
Myers has loaned distant relat'ves
with only notes as security. Jle is also
peisonally involved heavily. Certain
securities are available, but some are of
little value, and these which may be
realised upon win still leave a large
amount due the bank. The Carthage
Pavings bank, closely allied with the
Fit st National, has given thirty days'
notice to depositors, and it is believed
Hint before the expiration of that time,
all dci.-ands tan be met.
I'lanilil Wins the Derby.
Louisville, May 5. riaudit won the
Kentucky Derby yesterday ;Leiber Karl,
second; Isahey. third; time, 2:09.
Plaudit won by a reck.
Chicago Grain and Prodncfl.
Chicago, May 4.
Following were the quotations on the
Boanl of Trade today: Wheat May,
opened tl.21. closed J1.24: July, opened
96'c, dosed 9T-;sc; September. S2c, close'.
.Slo'V'. Corn May. opened 3:i'c, closed
""'..; July, opeaed r-ic, closed .IH-'sc;
Scptt tiiber, cpeto d ISc. closed r.4,o.
Oats May. ipcr:d 2'.'"s0, dosed y;t4c;
July, opened 2.ve, closed 13 "vc; Septem
ber, opened 2:;-. closed i:;n,c. Pork
Mav. opened $11. CO, closed nominal:
July, .pened 111.?."., closed JU.22'-. Lard
May. opened J.Vii. closed ?i.'."; July,
op, r.i'! loaC closed $"i.!5.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
6'..o per lb: extra dairy, lac: fresh
packing stock, 12c. Eggs Fresh ptock.
Id" , per doz. Live Poultry Turkeys.
7(?i 1' e per 11; chickens, T'-jc; ducks, 8
ffiK'jo. Potatoes Common to choke, 63
(fiT-c per bu. Sweet Potatoes Illinois,
lli.juo 4.00 per brl.
Chicago Live .Stock.
Chicago, May 4.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
Sa.ttu: sales ranged at llMafit-t'O for
pigs. $3.8 jSi 4.10 for light. J3.5r4.MI for
rough packing. J3.S5(i4.15 for mixed,
and S4.ui4i 1.20 for heavy packing and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts for the day. 14.00'J: limitations
rniigri at So.i'Otfi 5.15 for choice to ex
tra steers. 54.4tifj 4.P5 for good to choice
do.. $4.15(i4.70 fair to good, JS.sr.ft4.2r.
cotnirun to medium do., J:l.srjTi4.irj
but-hers' steers, $4.(;0ifi4.!i0 fed wt stern
steel's, J;;.7.rii4.2o stoikers, $4.i'ti'.i4.Mj
feeders, $2.f.0j 4. 10 ici.ws. t'-'.lv'H'i
heifers. $2.70ff- 4.25 bulls, oxen and stas,
$3.6i'; 4.0 Texas steers, and Si. ; S.25
veal calves. Sheep and Lambs Esti
mated receipts for the day, 14.000: quo
tations ranged at f fi.v 4.55 westerns.
JS.PlitM.GD natives, and $4. 1100 5.50 lambs.
Milwaukee. Mav 4.
Wheat Higher: No. 1 northern. SI. 19;
Xo. 2 northern. Sl.li: Jttlv. si.111; May,
Jl.PJ. Oats Lower: Wc. liye
Higher; No. 1. C4e. Barley Steady; No.
2, &3'2p: sample. 17i 5:.l2c.
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