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THE AEGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1898.
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; CONNELLY A CONNELLY,
Money loaned. Office oer ThomM' 2
drus store, cor. Second avtaue and 9
0. L. ANDERSEN,
Real Estate, Loaa, Insurance and
Room 8, nuford block.
ALEX H. LIDDEK3,
Attorney at Law.
Money loaned on cool security: 'no
tary pmiilr. over 17", Second avenue.
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JACKSON A HUBST,
Attorney at Law.
OSes) In Koak Island Naklaaal
W1L L. LUDOLPd,
Aitoraei at Law.
Miner to Loan, General Lagal Boat'
aeu, Notary Pablle. tin Saeoae arc
ane. Unfora bloek.
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g SWEENET A WALKBB,
y A toruya and Coons i on at Law,
Offlea la Banratoe Bloek.
CUARLKtJ J. 8 K ABLE,
9 0 inaeiior at law. Offlee la court
8 AlckWlUI A MoKNIBT,
Attorneys at Law.
t-oao money on rood atawity; make i
J ooiieetloaa. Referee, MlteneU A i
L fyada, baaken. Ottes, MltahaU
J Lynda Bntldinf. I
CIIAS. 1L IIUBBELL,
Attorney at Law Justice Of the
Offlea In the City Hall. Telephone I4t, i
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Burgeon.
lTione 4 on I3W. Offlea, $28 Twen-1
tlcih street. Office Houra: 10 to It i
m.: I to 4 and T to 8 p. m. Sunday, B:S0 I
to S 30 a.m.; 1.80 to J p.m. j
DR. COBA EMERY REED,
Kneel) attention to diseases of wom
en and children, alm diseases of eye,
ra-. n.w and throat. Office hours
9 M to U a in., I to 4 p. m. HI Six-
lecnin street, Kock Inland.
Lu. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle
KH-iti pirniuoii pcnomicn iu a scien
tific manner Ikiir treated All call
.promptly attended to. Residence, IIKM
Vtfth . ...11. Tn1.nl..... 1 ) "
Ufflce and Infirmary, lIS inir fifth
aTUQuc. ili,mn itiaucacra ataoir,; op
posite No. I lire house.
C. U 8ILVI8.
0r it ran A nata'a, IT18 Beeoaa eve-
IU. C. V. GRAFTON,
Rooms IJ nn.1 IV Mitchell A Lvnde g
hmliii. t mice hours from 8 to 11 a m. 9
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i Room 41. KlterieU A Lyada Bulldlrg, S
taird Soar. I
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Arahltccu and Superlntendenta. 5
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h oaifpiaaaook Koraery.
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S oitf or. IHT BaaoU arana. Tan 2
a rkv&a, 181a, Z
M After m ladaet to trv nari.
E'l a. I will aerer be without them in the bouse.
Mr Uier nt In a very bad ibai. and my head
ached and I bad stomach trouble. Now. since tak
ing t'aacareta. I feel fine. My wife has also used
uhmb wnn oenencLai results for soar stomach.
Jos. AMiUixso, U51 Congreu St., t-t. Louis, Mo.
TSlAOf MARK atCtSKato
, Ieaant. Palatable. Potent. Tate Good. Do
wvvu, ,,cr oii'seu. n eascn. or uripe. mc, iac. wc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION.
MFrikv Urmrij tTO, ttlns, tloirrsl. ftw Iwt 1M
MaTII.HlR 8o,d Rn, evarn,w1 by all drug.
I U'BRw gisw u, tVKE Tobacco Uabiu
Estate of Elizabeth A. Bowman, riennnmrf
The undersigned navinit been annointed ere-
cutor of the last will and testament of Kliza-
vvia a. iwwmaa late of the county of Kock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby trives
unite .uai uc wm appear Dciore tne county
court of Kock Island county, at the county
court room, in the city of Kock Island, al the
July term, on the first Mondav in Julv nnt
at which time all persons havini; claims against
sum esiaie are notined una requested to at.
tend, for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 28th day of April. A. D. ISS8.
is. C. Howmak, Executor.
Executor's .Sale of Krai Estate,
Known as the FrvJnifir nrinu.-tv ut Mil....
u unuc oi power invested in rue as executur
of the last will and testament of Amies Fry
sintrer. deceased, and by order of the Orphan s
viiib'ti niiuiiijore ciiv. staie oi Maryland I
will sell at public sale at the north door of the
court house in Kock Island, in s:iid imn,t v
state of Illinois. at in, ( clock a m. Friday. Muv
The south ti.irt of the northwest rr:i,.il.,ni,i
rvo. mr t cui irsi.iie Uirsi;ni ,Ct. US I0114IWS!
quarter oi section twenty-three in township
..nin.-tu, iiifnu ui riini:c iu w est, contain
ing forty and nine one hundred! hs m
or less, inchidinif inipnueiiients. one'larve
double two-story frame dwellinir. and rive one-
sti.ry mime nweiunus. two tbree-storv br M
bulidinirs. foinierly used :is alcohol distilleries,
three larirc one.nrv hHfk B-:Lnh,iu,h, ......
utrKc orn-K smoKe stack, one frame barn
etc , all localed in the town of MiL.n nm,n,,.
of Hock Island, state of Illinois.
IeniLS cash. s-lu detH.it rinuirf.H ilii. nf
II. J. Fa vsixckr. executor for AL-nn
Ktrcotrix's Sale of Iteal Estate.
UV virtue of an order and decree of ih(
Touuiy court oi kock Island coimty. Illinois
mMe on the ix.-tition of the ii'idcr-onied. Ann.i
Kirdorf. formerly Anna U'illnw ,.r
thelast will and testament of Jacob Willms.de-
vcuscu, lor icave io sell real estate of said de-
to pay dents, at the May term A. I.
is. oi said court, to wn: t m the M day of
iiav. 1SW. i sit:, II tin SATnr,l:,v , ,M n,h.
. , ulL- ,cfii me uours oi leu (III)
o clock in the forenoon and four (4 o'clock in
the afternoon of said day. sell at public sale
,c norm ii'nir n me court nouse Iu Kock
Island, in sjid count v. the r:,l isimM
acrthed as follows:
. 'he west three quarters (X) of lot four (4 1
m lilock twenty M in Spencer & Case's addi-
lu iuc ctiv oi not'K island.
Terms of sale: One-hair
price at the time of sale, and the remainder in
one (l year from the date of said sale, with
interest on said balance at six Oil ner epnt
per annum, secured by morU'une upou the real
m sm: or tue entire sum of the our-
cnase money may be paid iu cash, if the pur-
Dated this 4th day of May A IX 18S8
Anna KiKHt'. fornicrlv Anna Wlllms n.
ecutrix of the estate of Jacob Willnis, de-
8. R. Kenwortby, Solicitor.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County i!is'
In the County Court, June term. A. D.1S98.
' etition to sell real estate to pay debts.
J. Henry Udders, administrator of ihe estate
of Frederick Kramer, deceased, vs lKra
Ulschoff. John Schroeder. Joseph Schroeder
IhHilel Schroeder. ljuis hchroedcr. Fred
Sscbroeder. and Minnie (ioescr, Joseph Dreix
ler, liarbara Kapp. Ilmto VoU. Donut Heck
ert. lA'oj)lil Schroeder. Joseph Schroeder.
Appoloma Hurtiuanu. Alois Schroeder. Anna
Sclrocilcr, Maria Anna Vol.. Herta Dreixler,
Jei-dinand Schroeder. Alois Schroeder.
Kiuelie Schroeder. Herman r chroeder. and
!osa schroeder. Ilaus Joeus. Walter Harms,
the unknown heirs of Frederick Kramer and
the unknown owners of lots ten ( til) and
c even (ID in eatherheads addition to the
city of Kock Islam.
Affidavit, of nu residence of Dora Htschoft.
Joseph Dreixler. Hartura Kapp, Hugo Vol..
IVmut Beckcrt. Leopold Schniedcr, Joseph
Schroeter. Appolonia Hartmaun. Alois
Schroeder, Anna S-hroedor. Maria Anna Volz.
Kerta Dreixler. Ferdinand Schroeder. Alois
Hehroedcr. I'jnclie schroeder. Herman
Schroeder. Rosa Schroeder. the unknown
heirs of Frederick Kramer, deceased, and the
tnikown owners of lots ten ill)) and eleven (ill
In v eatherhead s iuldiilon to the city of Kock
Island, defendants anove named, haiinir been
tiled in the office of the clerk of the county
court of Kock Island county, notice is hereby
given to the said Dora Hi-choff. Joseph Dreix
ler. Harbara Kapp. Huno Vol.. Donat Beekert,
l,eopold Schroeder, Joseph Schroeder, Appo
Ionia Hartmann. Alois Schroeder. Anna
Sehritetler. Maria Anna Vol.. Herta Dreixler,
herdituinri Schroeder. Alois Schroeder, I'jnc
1't" Schroeder. Herman Schroeder. Rosa
Schroeder. the unknown heirs of Frederick
Kramer, deceased, and the unknown owners
of lots ten (ini and eleven (II) in Weather
head s addition to the citv of Kock Island
that the said plaintiff J. Henry Lidders. ad
ministrator of the estatenf tv..i..ri..L- u-
deceased, has Hied his net it ion in n... ,,irt
eounty court of Kock Island county for an
order to sell the premises beloncinc to the
estate of said deceased, or so much of It as
may lie needed to pv the debts of said de
ceased, and described as follows to-wif
l-ots ten (ini and eleven (II) in Weatber
head s addition to the city of Kock Island and
that a summons has been issued out of said
court against you returnable ut ih.. J,m
It? '.V' "f"11"1 ''urt. to be holden on
the first Monday of June. i, imuh ... ,t,
court bouse In the city of Roel: Island In the
county of K,ek Islund. Iliini.is
Now unless you. the sa d IVira Hisehoff Jo
seph Dreixler. Barbara Kapp. Hugo Vol.
Iionat Heckert. U-op.tld Schroeder, Joseph
chn)cder. ApMionia Hanmann. Alois
ro'?,U'r; Auu SeanxNier. M.ria Anna
Vol. Herta Dreixler Ferdinand s,.hr,,i.,.
Alois Schnietlcr. Fjnelie Schrn,slor u..rmn
S hro-lcr. Kosa Scimwler. the unkown heirs
of Fn-jlenck Kramer and the unknown own
ers of lots ten ( IU) and eleven (1 1 1 in Weather
brad's addition to the citv ,,f iu i.i...i
shall personally he and nptiear before said
nountv court of Kock Island count r n ,h
lirst day of a term thereof, to l h,.wi.,-, ,.,
city of Hock island, in said countv. on the
lirst Monday of June. A. D. 1s;is un,i plemi
aasweror demur to the said complainant's
petition tiled therein, the same and the mat
ters and things therein charted and stated
will he taken as confessed, acd a decree en
tCTi a"unM' JOU, according to the prayer of
Rock Island Illinois. May 3. 1S6S.
ii I ai.u tit Ko:ii.er. Clerk.
S. R Kknwobthv,
in s facta re r of Bun
And all Kinds of wo:k
Doort and B'.l
Siding, Flooring, Walnscoatlng
18 th Street bet. 4th and ftth Aranne
Will Be the Result of the Crisis
That Sagasta Has Now to
THEEE OF THE MEMBEES CHOSE25".
It.itemrnt by Madrid Corrrspondrnt of
the "Inner InwardneM" of the Trouble
b'asiiKta'a Kewir Too Courillatory from
the Start to Suit Spain, but the Bellicose
Ones Did Not Come Forward When Of
fered the Opportunity.
i-onuon, May it. A dispatch to The
Mornlns Leader from Madrid: "The
new ministers will be Senor Romero
Gircn, minister cf foreign affairs; Senar
Aunon, irilnipter of marine, and the
Dune of Almodovar, minister of public
works. The remainder will form a make
shift until the budget has been car
ine Madrid correspondent cf The
Times says: "I am now in a position to
explain the mysterious cabinet crisis
which has bepn hanging fire for severa'
weeks and has given rise to so many
ingenious surmises. Senor Sagasta and
the Sagasta cabinet came into office
with the policy of awardinir a. conflict
with the United States bv tacihin
Cuba through autonomy. In pursuir.
loia jjuncy me caumet not only ran
counter to the general current of opin
ion In the Conservative party, but did
violence to the feelings of a large sec
tion of its own adherents.
Not lite KiKIit Cabinet for War.
"Its attitude was. too cxnciliatory to
suit the bellicose temper of the nation
ana consequently it became very ur
liuoumr. v, nen ins policy railed and
war was seen to be inevitable in spite
of all the concessions it ought to have
resigned to make way for a fighting
cabinet. Ministets desirous of peace at
any price sm.rt of sacrificing the na
tional henor were not the men for con
Gtictir.g affairs in a struggle against an
enemy infinitely superior in resources.
Thire weie many Liberals who
had condemned the cabinet for bein
too conciliatory ana wno cor.t nticd to
urge it to accept the arbitrament of
war. They were the men, it was natural
ly supposed, who must be willing to ac
cept the responsibilities of office when a
war was imminent."
Declined to Accept Rcsponslbilitr.
But when they were offered the op
portunity to advise Sagasta's retirement
they advised the reverse, the corre-
spondtnt says, and "the queen regent,
who is always strictly constitutional in
her acts, had thus no choice but to re
quest Senor Sagasta to remain. He
consented, but the other ministers were
by no means satisfied. There were ir-
rcconcilcable difference of opinion
among them on at least one vital ques
tion of policy, and several of them felt
that they themselves, as well as some
of their colleagues, were not capable of
coping with the departmental duties of
their offices at a time cf great national
Ql ESTION OF WAR OK PEACE.
Drought ta the Front by the Resignation
of the Cabinet.
Finally on Sunday, May 8, Sagasta,
yielding to the representations cf those
wr-o wished to retire, tendered thequrtn
regent the resignation of the cabinet.
Again the same important political per
sonages were consulted and again they
declined the responsibilities of office.
Things seemed to be at a deadlock; but
there was still a way out cf it. The
fundamental question of policy which
divided ministers was whether the gov
ernment should still seek a pacific solu
tion by provoking the frierdly inter
vention of the great powers, or should
abandon all present hope of peace and
light to the bitter end.
'On that question, affecting the vital
Interests of the country, the nation
might have well have been Invited to
express an opinion by the voice of its
representatives In parliament: and there
was a possibility that a more pacific
policy might be recommended, because
Senor Silvela. the leader of a rartv
which had always shown itself more
bellicose than the Liberals, had used -in
the chamber certain vague exprsessions
which seemed to show that he favored
making another effort to secure peace.
Senor Mcret accordingly launched
the idea In the chamber, but Senor Sil-
vela. instead of adopting Moret's sug
gestion, condemned it in no measured
terms a? an attempt of the government
to evade its legitimate responsibilities
and to transform the chamber into a
convention cf French revolutionary
type. In vain Ser-nr Moret at rui.sequent
sittings explained that such was not
his Intention and that the envernment
labeuiiiiatim .( '.ire is izunriuu- d t be iai.suliitt-lv
barmlpss.and a mtrone tunic in buiiflinjr i:p the weak
and dt'bilittttM. It enres acuxe or muscular rlieuma
ttem In frcmcntMo five diva. Sharp, Btiootin pains
id any part of the I':t0r Mapped in a few djres. A
prompt, complPit ami permanent cure for lameness.
soreness, ti tnckana all riainn in hipa and loins.
Chronic rheiiinatWrn, scisticr, Inmhago or pain In
thenate are .aetHlily cured. It wldoni fails to rive
relief from one to two do, and almost Invariably
cures before one bottle has her n used. The Munyon
Remedy Company prepare a fenarate cure for each
ciiseaMe. At all dxucirisis 25 cents a vial. Jfvouneert
medical advice write Prof. Munyon, iJOi Area
Street, Philadelphia, It Is absolutely free.
GET IHE BEST
All Work Guaranteed-
ISO) THI1U) AVENUE
wanted merely an Indication of the oa
Uonal will. i
"Senor Silvela refused to accept the
olive branch and the cabinet, contain -
ir representatives of both, policies, re-
lapsed into Us old difficulties. The only
course now was. for Senor Sagasta to
choose himself between the two policies,
letting ihose retire who objected to the
policy adopted. This he has now done,
and it is understood that he will choose
colleagues from among those In favor
of continuing the struggle with all poa
WHEAT CHOP OP THE WORLD.
Smaller I-ast Yrar Than In Any Tear Since
1890 Except in This Country.
Washington. May 17. The monthly
statement of finance and commerce ia-
sued by the bureau of statistics contains
a series of interesting tables on the
world's wheat production, supply and
distribution. They show the wheat crop
of the world last year at only 2,1?3,543,
16S bushels, against 2.4.",0.4.37,0OO in 1S9S,
2,;46.4P4.000 in 1895 and2.676,6r1.000ln 1894,
the world's crop of 1897 being smaller
than that of any year since 1800, while
the 1897 crop in the United States is
reported as larger than in any year
A table showing farm prices of wheat
In the United States during a terni of
years, gives the average farm price of
wheat in 1S97 as the highest, with three
exceptions, since 18S3, the exceptional
years being 1S88, 1890 and 1S91. A table
of freight rates on wheat shows that
the average rate by rail from Chicago
to New York has fallen from 16.5 cents
per bushel in 1SS6 to 12.S2 in 1897. and
that the rates by lake and canal fe'.l
in the same period and between the
same points from 8.71 cents per bushel
to 4.35 cents per bushel.
GUARDED HIS FLAG.
Conanf Jan . If. Springer Threatened t
Shoot the Man Who Touched I'
One of the last Americans to leave
Cnba since hostilities between Spain
and the United States began, James II.
Springer, consul to Caibarien, wbioh
lies 180 miles east of Havana, arrived
recently in New York on the British
steamer Ravensdale, which sailed cn
"I had been nctified to leave Cnba,"
said he, "through a letter from wv
brother some time before I sailed, bnt 1
could not get a vessel bound for the
United States. I got away just iu time
ns it was. I was eudeavoriuz to find
fsome weans of transportation homo
when I met the captain of tho Ravens-
dale He told mo I had better leave at
once, so I seenred passage on his vessel.
"The crowd was marching throngb
the 6trcet sbontiug, 'Long live Spain!'
Then they spied my flag and instantly
began to demand that it bo lowered cr
they would tear it down.
"That roused mv blood, and I told
them I would shoot the first man that
touched it. Influential citizens inter
fered, and the crowd finally moved off,
mutteriug threats. I kept the flag flying
until Sunday, April 17, my last Sun
day there, when I deemed it wise to
take it down.
'My jurisdiction extended over some
20 sqnare miles.
'The Cubans, as far as I know their
sentiments, do not want intervention hy
tne united btates. They want to fight
it ont themselves.
'The Spaniards could easily crush
them ont, bnt the Spanish officers pro
long the war purposely and use it to
their own advantage. As to the climato,
one of our soldiers will fall by the bul
let where ten will fall from yellow fe
ver, especially along abont June."
New York Herald.
PRIVATE W.J. BRYAN.
The Nebraska Patriot Says Be Ia Willing
to Enter the Ranks.
A telegram from Wichita, Kan,, says
that Colonel Color has received a tele
gram from W. J. Bryan asking his ad
vice as to offering his service as a pri
Colonel Boler is an old time friend of
Mr. Bryan, who said he was fearful bia
volunteering might be looked upon as
the act of a demagogue, and hence he
asked Colonel Boler's judgment on that
poiut. The colonel 6ays that Mr. Bryan
had before written him expressing his
disapproval of the "unseemly scramble"
for military office exhibited at every
WILLIAM J. BRTAX.
, quarter. Mr. Bryan left Lincoln recent
ly for Rock L-laud, Ills., but before hi
departure he said he was willing to
serve his country in any capacity no
matter how humble.
"I can only say," replied Air. Bryan
to a question regarding his probable en
listment as a private soldier, "that I
have not the military education or ex
perience necessary to qualify as an offi
cer, aud therefore I am willing to enter
the ranks. At such a time as this every
man who can get away ought to enlist.
I do not think I would make a bad sol
dier. I am athletic and strong and am
sure I would be amenable to disciplina
I am ready to enlist at any time and go
wherever the government may see fit to
send me. "New York Herald.
The most rotable event in the houe
this week will be the introduction f the
resolutions providing for the annexa
tion of Hawaii.
CHAEGED WITH FOUL CRIMES
Woman Wh Hs Enough Again Her to
i - nana; Hrr if Proved,
.Chicego, May 17. Ia additicn'to the
j charge that she beat her 4-year-old
stepscn line so brutally with a poker
that his breast bene and two of his ribs
were broken, leaving him a probable
cripple for life Mrs. Minnie Steinhauser.
who stood before Justice O'Donoghue,
may have more serious charges to an
swer. If the storjLtold by her neighbjrs
and her huRbartJjx true, there are mys
terious circumcfftnces connected with
the death cf hy two children by a for
It is also declared that she has two
I husbands living, having deceived Stein-
I hauser at the time of the last marriage.
She claims it was her husband who
infu"ted the punishment on the little
lad, wl'O was carried Into court yester
day monJng. but the police do not be
lieve this. - They look upon her as a
woman without conscience or human
Instincts and developments cf a start
ling nature are exited from the pres
. CATASTROPHE Iff THE EAST.
Thousand of Victim of a Crtlone In tho
Malay An hlpclago.
Ixmdon, Kay 17. A dispatch' .to The
Standard front The Hague says: "Ac
cording to a private telegram from In
dia a terrible cycione has destroyed a
great part of Kima. a seaport town of
the Island Sumtawa, .Malay Archipela
go. The shores of Surrsbawa bay are
covered with the bodies of thousands of
victims. The town of Kuping. Island
of Timor, escaped the force o " ihe hur
ricane." War Scare and Print Paper.
Appleton, Wis, May 17. The pressure!
on the print paper market was relieved
yesterday by the change of some of
the machines of the Fox River Paper
company from book paper to print pa
per. There has been a big demand for
the punt on account of the war scaro
and Rie book maiKet has been corre
spondingly flat. The Fcx River com
pany will put out from 13,000 to 15.000
pounds of print paper daily and will
continue to fill the ordera for book pa
The house has passed
to establish an assay
the senate bill
office for the
Klondike gold at Seattle.
President Dole's itemized bill of ex
penses for his trip through this country
amounts to $7,000.
The residence of James Wedlock,
three miles cast ot Mineral Foint, Wis.,
was destroyed by Sre. Less, $l,CO0; in
A package containing over DOO.000
francs in securities and gold was stolen
from o car of the Paris, Lyons and
The secretary of the navy has pre
pared a delkleney estimate of over $20,
COti.COO for ordnance, equipment, con
struction, etc., cf the aavy.
Frr over 100 years a weekly distribu
tion of bread has taken place at St.
John's chapel, one of the Trinity parish
churches. New York city.
Captain Michael G. Bauer, secret ser
vice agent for Kentucky, dropped dead
in front of the custom house at Louis
ville from hemorrhage of the lungs.
An engine drawing ' a west-bound
freight trail, at Grey Court, Ky.. blew
up, killing Engineer William Cronk and
Fireman Benrank. of Port Jervis, Ky.
Charles F. Muth, a prcminent and
wealthy merchant of Cincinnati, and re
cently elected member of the board of
control, committed suicide cn his farm,
near Morrlstown, Ind.
Robbers carried the cafe In the Willow
Springs (Ills.) post-iffice a mile from the
village on a handcar, smashed it with
a sledge-hammer and departed with $10
in cash and $30 in stamps.
The commercial telegraph companies
will refuse to accept cablegrams written
in cipher from individuals whose identi
ty and business are unknown to the
managers of the local crficcs where they
may be presented for transmission.
Chicago flraln and Produce.
Chicago, May 16.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat May,
opened $1.41. close $1.50; July, opened
$1.U6, closed $1.0814; September, opened
fliic, closed Hl'gc; lecimler, opened
So'sc, closed yS'SiC Corn May, opened
SG'ic, closed I6Mic: July, opened 36'ic,
closed SCc; Septcmlier, opened 37c.
closed ri'it.c. Oats May, opened and
closed SOVic; July, opened 2fi3ic, closed
"fi'ic; September, opened 2"c, closed
24'c. Pork July, opened $11.80, closed
X12.U.1. Lard July, opened $fi.70, closed
$e,.M; September, opened $i.7-V-, closed
Produce: Euttsr Extra creamery,
16c per lb: extra dairy, 15c; fresh
packing stock, llfall'.ic. Eggs Fresh
stock, 10c per doz. Live Poultry
Turkeys. 67c per Tb; chickens, SO
SKc; ducks, 6'-;ifr7c. Potatoes Common
to choice. 70fa Gc per bu. Sweet Po
tatoesIllinois. $3.."0S4.C0 per brl.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, May 16.
Hogs Kstimated receipts for the day,
44,000; salts ranged at $:i.U064.!0 for
pigs. $4.U5fi4.10 for light. $I.25(fi4.35 for
rough racking, $4.ro4i4.60 for mixd.
and $4.40ffi4 65 for heavy packing and
shipping lots. Cattle Kstimated re
ceipts for the day. 13.000; quotations
ranged at $r,.ooifi5.25 for choice to extra
steers. $4.1401 4.&3 for good to choice do.,
J4.iriffj4.63 fair to good. $?,.8.1iji 4.25 com
mon to medium do.. $3.f544.25 butch
ers' sW-rs; J4.C0ffj4.80 fed western steers,
J3.90ii4.23 stackers. J4.20ffi4.r0 feeders.
J2.30'!74 40 cows. $n.lOS4.70 heifers. $.7fl
ft 4.25 hulls, oxen and stags. $160ffi4 69
Texas sters. and J4.ooffj6.30 veal calves.
Sheep and Ijjmbs Estimated receipts
for the day. 17.CC0; quotations rancrd at
jr60ff? 4. no westerns, t" fHiff4.40 natives.
J4.0fl-5i3.2; lambs, and $6.0C't7.50 spring
Milwaukee Cm In.
Milwaukee. May 18.
Wf.eat Higher; No. 1 northern. c;
No. -2 north' rn. spot. J1.20. Oats
Steady: 32itfi".. Hye bull: No i
64c. Barley Firm; No. 2, tl''c: sam-
Corn -2Kf 30c
Hay-limmby. (waiO; iW VttK
Pot aloe - hfl& S5c.
Butter Fair to choice, 15c: fresh creamery.
Coal -Soft. 10.
V for corn fwf fttrrrv
t-"ti4,c; cows an
heifer. K'3c: calre.
Sheep a Cr 4c.
Srriiiir lamb -.' SK J a heal
Beantba Ifcl aJiid IS Hai ajrt fcaU
WE ARE ASSERTING IN
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF
"HTCHER-S C ASTORIA,"
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, ,
was the originator of- "CASTORIA," the same that
nas oorne and does now bear
the facsimile signature
inis is ine original "C ASTORIA" which has hrrn ird m
the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at ihe wrapper and see that it is'
the kind you have always bought - cn ffc
and has the signature of CvV$fMz wrap-
per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by ' accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he docs not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGN ATI ihf nc
AThe End That
THl CSWTSua COWMINT. TT
Should remember we have a large and complete
stock of Refrigerators, Cook and Gasoline
Stoves, and all kinds of Household Goods. We
Can Save You Money.
ancniT's aun price stohc.
1622 SECOND AVENUE.
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Tnuli'rs Ins. Co.. - - Cliirajrn, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - riiiliidclpliia. I'si.
Koi-kfonl Ins. Co. - - Rockfonl. III.
Sccuritv Ins, Co. - New Haven. Conn.
State Inn. Co. - - - Rockfonl. III.
Office. Koom 3. Ruford block. Rates
ah low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Hate a low a any
can afford. Your
patmnuge is holic
Bepreaenta the follow tna; wu
known Fin and AorJ.'ent Insur
Rochester f Jerman Ins Co.
Westeborter Fire .
Huflalo German .
l'eliunfe ' .,
erm:ia Fire " .
New tlanip-blre " ..
Milwaukee Mechanics " .,
Fidelity aud Casualty " .
....Rochester. N Y
Huflalo. N Y
.. Manchester. X H
Offlea eorner Eighteenth street and
8eeood aveotie, aeoond flooc
Have ytm 8ora Throat PlmniM. Com
Oalorod Spot. Aehea, Old Korea, Ulcers la
louta, Uair-Famn7 WriU Oook Kbhcdt
Oa, im Masonle Temple, Chlcaco, 1JL, tat
a i cures; capital, 5ou,0oo. Wont
rad to IS lo U days. lOtWa
THE COURTS OUR EIGHT TO
THE WORD "CASTORIA" AND
AS OUR TRADE MARK.
Never Med You.
URKT aTmcT. HCW nncnt.
P R. CHA1IBERLI1T,
fx the Following Sate
and Boliabla Oomnanli a a i
Traders fns. Co Chicago
lYovklctice Washington Ins. Co.. PrortoVace
Imperial Ins. Co Luodua
Calundonian Ins. Co Kdinburs;
Knirlista-Amcrican Ins. Co..
Liverpool and Korwalk
Pacific Ins. Co. New York
Home Mutual Ins. Co. San Francisco
Offioe Boom 30 Mitchell LjndVi
Block, Telephone No. 1010.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For ckeapneai, dorabilitj and
beauty excelled bj none. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plana aent
oi for estimatei will receive
caret nl attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C, B. (j. B. B.
Trains Not. 6 and 10 will atop
and let vliitora off and on.
Bridge stone, com crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samploi of Stone and Photos of
buildings can be aeen at Boom
No. 12, Mitchell k Lynde'i build
ing. Address :
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager
Bock Ialand or Colona, IIL
DK.rcux ts BariMrs
Steel f Pesiyrcjal Trttst
ia th nrurraal and aw.lv WWBUTB.
at and wlpUf ease the aaar.
sat. rrim. diii.. aaut tf saajL
rasa Brag B'orr, sole
A. i. Rlars,