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THE ABGUS, WEDNJESDAY AIAT 18, 1898.
t Professional (Sards.;
MoCASKBIN MoCAJSKBO., i
Anemia M Law.
sookiUMauaouiu. Boat iaiaaA V
offloa oer Kiel! Mattl ItOMS HUM X
B. C. COSHEIXT. B. ft COSSKIXT.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Money loaned. Offlea over Thorn aa'
dniff itore, cor. Second avenue uul
0. L. ANDEK3EN,
Real Eatate. tots, Insurance and
Room 6, flu ford block.
ALEX H. LIDDEBS,
Attorney l Law.
Money loaned on ifooit security: "oik
tarv penile, itvcr I "if Set nd avenue,
i Auoraertkt Lav. j
! OSm 1b Boek bias. National Beak B
. R.i'lriln V
I WtL L. LUDOLPd,
Attorney at Uw,
af met lo Loan. General Leral Bum.
n, Notary Public I raj Mood are
na uuiora Dioec
S.D.SWSB1SY. 0. &. WALKIS.
8WKENKT A WALKEB,
! Attorney ens' Ooanosl'or. at Law.
1 Offlaa in Bencnton Block.
CUABLK3 J. SKABLB,
Counsellor tt lw. Offlss In aourt
I MoKNIBT A MoENIBT,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money oa food eseurlty; make I
eollrxnloca. Beferenea, tflteneu as '
Lynda, banker. OSes, Mltahell
Lynda BuHdinf. I
1 CHAS. Ii. UUBBELL,
! Attorney at Law jut ilea of the
Offlea In the City Ban. Telephone Ml i
I UAVENITJKT, IOWA.
F. H. FIBST, M. D.
Fhynlelan and Burgeon,
lhgne 4 oa IM7. Offlea, M Twen
tieth street. Offlea Hours: 10 to I a.
m.: to land 7 to 8 p.m. Sunday, 8:80
to lJ0 a, m.; 1:30 to 3 p. m.
DEL CORA EMERY REED,
i llomooopattilo Physician.
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and children, also disease of eje,
rtttm.. .Ml lliK.al rtmAA V. a..
ft an' to i'. a m., I to 4 p. m. 321 six- sj
tenntn street, KocU island.
; DR. S. 11. MILLEB,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All dl-oasr of tmrsc and cuttle
treated on approved principles. Nur
ttlcal ocrailons performed In a scien
tific nmnncr hui treated All ell
Prompt 'V atiendea to. Hesldence, IW-H
Iftb avenue. Telephone I on 117.
Utilise and Infirmary. II5 Irti; firth
avenue (James M dicker's stable.) op- ,
powue nil i lire House.
0. 1. SILVI8.
KreUa Mains, ITU
nu. c. w. cr.ArTON. i
, l!itm 1.1 nnd I. Mitchell li I.yndo
liiilili-K mice hour, f row 8 to ti a iu.
! and I to ft p lu. 1
J- aacKiTarrre. 1
! JAMK3 P. HLliBELL.
"w'imi and Bup-riaMtadaat
Rmrm 4i, MlMtaell A Lynda kuUdiat, i
IACH A KKUNS,
Arahiteeu and Superintendents.
UKNHY QAETJE. Pi op. 3
m Cfciaaianboek Nursery. J
J Oat rtowar and Deetcna ot el Etna J
3 City imr, tmrr Seeosd imit, Tela 2
ej fBODV, I6IT.
"CAaCAKETa all elalaed tVr tkB
anaara a truly wonderful medicine. I have often
wished for a medicine pleasant to take and at last
nave found tt in Caacarets. Since taking them, my
Diuod has been purified and my complexion bas Im
proved trnnderf ully and I feel much better In every
way.' Hits. &4LLU K. fcLLU4UJS.LaureU.Tton.
I A SLJJ CATHARTIC
Plestnnt. PnlstaM. Potent. T5te Good. Do
Good, ftievcr Hicken. Weaken, or Grie. lOcilic.SOc
... CURE CONSTIPATION. .
"Hte knMy Ctmftmj. rklran. Intmt t Twa. Sit
Mn.Tn.Rlft 'd ana pisranteed by all drng-
I U'DAW (iu to CI KE Tobacco Habit.
Estate of Elizabeth. A. Bowman, deceased.
The unrtersi-nieit htivinc been appointed exe
cutor of the last will and testament of Klizu
betb A. Konman. lute of the count)' of Kock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby (rives
notice that be will appear before the county
court of Kock Island county, at the county
court room, iu the city of Kock Island, at the
July term, on the first Monday in July next,
at which time all personshavlnu claims a'aiust
said estate are notified and 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 26th dav of April. A. D. 1898.
.S. C. lk)WAS, Executor.
Executor' Sale of K cm I Kntate.
Known as Hie Frysinaer property at Milan.
By virtue of power Invented iu me as exectitur
of the last mill and testament of Acnes Fry
sinner, deceased, and by order of the Orphan' s
court of Baltimore city, state of Maryland I
will sell at public sale ai. the north door of the
court hoime iu Kock I-Jand, in said county,
state of Illinois at It) o clock a m. Kriday. May
M, iKWI the real estate described as follows:
The south part of the northwest fractional
quarter of section twenty-three in township
seventeen, north of rantre two west, eoniaiu
ini; forty utid nine one hundredths acres, more
or less, including improvements, one larve
double two-story frame dwellinir. and tlve one
story frame dwellint's. two three-storv briek
buildings, formerly used as alcohol distilleries,
three lame one-story briek warehouses, one
larve briek smoke stack, one frame barn,
etc. all located in the town of Milan, county
of Itoek Island, state of Illinois.
Terms cash. .U) depo-.ii required day of
II. J. Fryhimikr. executor for Agnes Fry
Executrix's .Sale f Heal Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of the
county court or Kock Island county. Illinois,
made on the petition of the undersinned. Anna
Kirdorf. formerly Anna Willms. executrix of
the last will and testament of Jacob Willms.de-cea-'d.
for leave to sell real estate of said de
ceased to pav debts, at the May term A. L).
IMti. of said court, to wit: On the 3d day of
May. IWik. 1 shall ou Saturday the llth day of
June next, between the hours of ten HO)
o'clock iu the forenoon and four (4) o'clock in
the aftcrn.Min of said day. sell at public sale
at the north door of the court house, in Rock
Island, in said county, the real estate de
scribed as follows:
lie west three quarters () of lot four (-1)
In block twenty ( JO) in Spencer & Case's addi
tion to the city of tloek l-lund
Terms of sale: One-half c) of the purchase
price at the lime of sale, and the remainder in
one (I) year from the date of said sale, with
interest on said balance at six Id) per cent
per annum, secured by mortirau-e upon the real
estate so sold: or the entire sum of the pur
chase money may be paid iu cash, if the pur
chaser so elect.
l.ited this 4t h day of Mav A D. 13
Anna Kiminikk. formerly Anna Willms ex
ecutrix of the estate of Jacob Willms, de
ceased. Publication Notice.
B. R. Kenworthy, Solicitor.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County t1
In the County Court. June term. A. D , 1898.
Petition to sell real estate to pay debts.
J. Henry l.ldders, administrator of the estate
of Frederick Kramer, deceased vs. Dora
lilscborf John Scbroeder. Joseph Schroeder.
lhiiuel Schroeder. l.ouis Schroeder. Fred
Schroeder. and Minnie lloeser, Joseph Dreix
ler, Burbara Happ. Hugo Vol.. Donat Heck
ert. Leopold Schroeder. Joseph Schrt eder.
Appiilonia Hartmann. Alois Sebroeder. Anna
Keh'oeder. .Maria Anna Vol'. Bcrta Dreixler.
Ferdinand Schroeder. Alois Schroeder.
Kiuelle schroeder. Herman echroeder. and
Kosa Schroeder. Hans Joens. Walter Hurm-i.
the unknow n heirs of Fieu crick Kramer un.l
the unknown owners of lots ten and
eleven Mil in Weatberhead's addition to the
city of Kock Island.
Allldavit of non-residence of Dora Bischoff,
Joseph Dreixler. Barbara Happ. Hugo Voir..
Donat Beekert. Leopold Schroeder. Joseph
Schroeder. Apjsilonia Uartmann, Alois
Schroeder. A Lna Schroeder. Maria Anna Vol,
Bert a Dreixler. Ferdinand Jsehroeder. Alois
ehriH'der. Emelie ftchmeder. Herman
Schroeder. Rosa Sebroeder. the unknown
ueu-s ot Frederick Kramer, deceased, aud the
unkown owner-, of lots ten Hoi aud eleven (ill
iu Weatberhead's addition to the city of Kock
Island, di'lendants anove named, bimnir been
tiled in the ottlee of the clerk of the count v
court of Kock Island county, notice is hereby
given to the said Dora BlsciioR. Joseph Dreix
ler. Barbara Kapp. Huiro Vol. Douat Heckeri,
I.eoold Schroeder, Joseph Schroeder, Appo
Ionia llaiimaiin. Alois SehriK'der. Anna
Schroeuer. Maria Anna Vol.. Berta Dreixler.
r enlirva.l Sehrot-der. Alois Schroeder, Kme
lie Schroeder. Herman Sebroeder. Kosa
Schroeder. the unknown heirs of Frederick
Kramer, deceased, and the unknown ownafs
of lots ten utid eleven ill) in Weather
he.Ml s addition to the city of Kock Island,
that the said plaint iff J. Ilenrv Udders, ad
ministrator of theest.iteof Freileriek Kramer,
deceased, has tiled bis petition in the said
county court of Kock Island county for an
order to sell the premises nclonvini? to the
estatcofsaiddeceas.il. or so much of it as
may be needed to pay the debts of said de
ceased, and described as follows, to-wit:
Iits ten ni'i ar.d eleven (II in Weather
bead's adttition to the cltr of Kock Waad and
that a summons has been issued out of said
court aitainst you returnable at the June
term. A. D. ik. of said court, to be hidden on
the tirst Monday of June A It. Ixw at the
court boas.? in the eilv of Rock Island, in the
county of Kock Islaud. Illinois
Now unless you. the sa d Dora Bischoff Jo
seph Dreixler. Barbara Kapp, Hujjo Vol..
IH.nal licekerl. lA-opold SeLroeder. Joseph
Sehrixsler, AppoiouU Hartmann. Alois
Soi.roedcr. Anna ScbrcMsler. Moria Anna
Volx. B-rla Dreixler. Ferdinand Schroeuer.
Alois SchriM-dcr. hJnelie Si-hnnsler. Herman
Schroeder. Rosa Sebroeder, the unkown heirs
of Frederick Kramer and the unknown own
ers of lots ten (IU) aud eleven in i iu Weather
head nddiuou to the city of Kock Island
shall personally be and appear before said
county court of Kock Wand county, on the
first day of a term thereof. io he hoiden at the
city of Kock Island, in said county, on the
flrst Monday of June. A. U ts-is and plead
answer or demur to the said comnluiuant s
petition Wed therein, the same and the mat
ters and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as con Icssed . and n decree en
tered uiainst you aceoidinv to the prayer of
Kock Island, Illinois. May 3, lnys.
TIjAt.y h Koitt.ru. Clerk.
S. R Kknworthv, Complainant's Solicitor.
I annf aetnren of lajk And an Kindi ct wo k
Doors and Btl tot BaUdart
Siding, Flooring, WalnscoaUng
18tk Street bet. 4th aid Stk Areine
Tornado Sweeps Down Through
Nebraska Leveling Every
thing in Its Pathway.
FARMS AJSB RANCHES DEVASTATED
Groves Laid Low and Telegraph Lines
Broken Tp-Xo One Reported Killed,
but Quite a Number Are Injured Loss
of Eife Is Feared Also Elevator Falls
with Eight jten. Seven Are Dead and
the Other One Is Dying.
Lincoln, Neb., May 18. A violent
tornado devastated a wide district along
Republican river in south central Ne
braska early last evening. A special
from Franklin says: The vicinity of
Franklin was visited last evening by a
terrific rain and hail storm. Shortly
afterward the funnel form of a tornado
was seen eight miles southeast of town.
It swept rapidly northward, devastat
ing the farms, groves and cattle ranches
that lay in its path. The forest growth
along the Republican river lies prostrate
and tangled. The tornado lifted the
water from the river bed where it
crossed, forming a great volume of
spray and water that flooded the valley
Six Farm Houses Torn to Bits.
The telegraph wires and poles along
the Burlington road are broken off,
splintered and twisted for nearly half a
mile. Six farm, houses were torn to
pieces, together with out-bulldings, but
no one was killed near here so far as is
known . The tornado veered eastward
from this place, passing into the thickly
settled country of Thompson's creek
and Buffalo township, where It is
feared there Is loss cf life and a further
loss of property. Bladen reports three
farm houses demolished, but no one
killed. The property damages are heavy
at Riverton, but no fatalities aro
Many Persons Injured Here.
St. Louis, May 13. A special to Thc
Republic frcr.i Albion, Neb., says: A
tornado passed over this section yester
day, with the disastrous results. Wood
River seems to have suffered the mrst
damage. Many houses were destroyed
and a number of persons burt. Mrs.
Harry Austin and two children wer?
pinned by falling walls end seriously
injured. Sam Morton, of t".:? 1'nlon
Pacific, was injured in a falling hou.se.
An exprerp train ran before the ter
rific gale for thirty milts without
steam, so high was the wind. The dam
age to ether towns in the vicinity seems
to have been very severe. A special to
The Republic from St. Joseph. Mo.,
says: A tornado passed over this city
early last evening, blowing down trees,
unlocking houses and breaking in plate
glass windows. Several persons were
slightly injured, but no fatalities are
COST THE I.IVES OF SEVEN.
One Instantly Killed am! Six Others Die of
Boston, May IS. tight men In the
employ cf the Columbian Fire-Proofing
company yesterday fell a distance of
more than 100 feet with an elevator In
the building now under construction
for the Borton Wharf company on A
street. One man was Instantly killed.
Six others have since died of their in
juries and there is very little hop? for
the recovery of the other man.
The dead are: O. J?. Brown, foreman
for the fire-proofing company, Pitts
burg. Pa.; Michael Griffin, of Fitchburg,
Mass.; Wililani Durran, Bruno Samar
co, Larborde Cardamene, Henry Har
vey and Pietro Pane.
Daniel Boyle, assistant foreman, had
both legs crushed and will probably
" Coal Mine, on Fire.
Narticoke, Pa., May 18. Fire wasdls
covcred yesterday afternoon in slope
No. 1. a larpe anthracite coal mine be
longing to th Susquehanna Coal com
1 any. Three larf,e streams of water
were f rccd into the ir.ine and the
pumps are still working full force to
cheek the progress of the fire. The ex
tent of th;' damage cannot yet be as
certained. The mire is the largest and
most important in this section and em
ploys IvKJ men.
Washburn Does Not Ilclleve IU
Minneapolis, May IS. Ex-Senator W.
T. Washburn does not believe the
Washington report that the syndicate
he represented In China has been
awarded the contract for building a
railroad between Hankow nnd Canton.
He long since abandoned all effort ti
get such a contract.
Are You m
Just remember that all your
strength must come from your
food. Did you ever think of
that ? 5
Perhaps your muscles need
more strength, or your nerves;
or perhaps your stomach is
weak and cannot digest what
If you need more strength
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphitea. The oil is the moat
easily changed of all foods into
strength ; and the hypophos-
pnitea are tne beat
1 tonics for the nerves.
SION is the easiest
and quickest cure for
weak throats, for
coughs of every kind,
and for all cases of de
bility, weak nerves,
and loss of flesh.
tac and fi.oo; an druggist.
SCOTT & BOWSE, Chemists, Mew York.
MICHIGAN TAKES THE rGAJ5Z3.
Ann Arbor Dishes l'p a Bad Defeat tu
Ar.n Arbor. Mich.. May 18. Michigan
wen yesterday's Inter-collegiate field
day from Illinois by tha comfortable
score cf 87 to ZZ. Illinois scored firsts
only In the mile walk, discus throw and
throwing the Mt-pciidJ hammer." Fol
lowing are the winners: 100-yard dash,
Westfal, Michigan, 10 recunds; 220-yard
Cash, Thomas, Michigan. 22 1-5 secqnds:
440-yard run. Teetzel, Michigan. El 1-5
seconds; half mile run. Hayes. Michi
gan. :C8 4-5: mile run. Wood, Michigan,
4:42 3-5; mile walk. Hoagland, Illinois,
7:43 2-5; liO-yard hurdles. McLean,
Michigan, 16 2-6 seconds; 220?yard hur
dles. McLean, Michigan, 26 1-5 reconds;
half mile bicycle, Sproat. Mfth!gan.l:ll;
discus throw, Moran. Illinois, 106 feet C
inches; running high jump. FJcurcoy.
Michigan. G feet 7V4 inches; throwing
16-poun.l hammer. Van Oven, Illinois,
129 feet 5 Inches; putting 16-pound shot,
Lehr, Michigan, 37 feet 4 inches; run
ning broad jump. Russell. Michigan, 21
feet 5 Inches: pole vault. Adams, Michi
gan, 10 feet 4 Inches.
TALK AT THE CVHAX CAriTAE.
Damage Done to I'orto Rico by Kampson
Declared Very Small.
Havana. May 18 Copyright. 1898, by
the Associated Press. All aort3 cf war
rumors are in circulation here from
Spanish sources. Among them it is
said that a weman and chi'.d killed
during a bombardment of Cardenas by
American vessels were the wife end
daughter of one of the pilots on the
American ships. The Spaniards say an
American forte attempted, to make a
landing on May 13 at Tacla Atrtia beach,
and that after two hours' firing the
Americans retired. Captain Generil
Blanco has definitely appointed the sec
retaries of the colonial council, who
have been re-elected. They are: Renor
Oalvez, president of the council; Senor
Montero, secretary of finance; Senor
Govin, secretary of justice; Sencr Dalz,
secretary of public works and communi
cations: Senor Rodriguez, secretary of
commerce; Senor Zayas, secretary of
The captain general of Porto Rico bas
cabled to Captain General Blane-o, say
ing that although the bombardment of
San Juan de Porto Rico took place at
rifle-shot distance not a gun of the forts
was silenced and. he adds, the Spanish
losses were only eighteen men wounded
among the troops composing the garri
son and a few persons wr.unded among
the civil population of the place.
TheLucha in an editorial article eays:
"The American govc-rnment gave the
Spanish government forty-eight hours
to remove its troops from this island,
and it now finds aftertwenty-three days
of blockade, that It cannot land Ameri
can troops. Apparently the island con
tains more soldiers than they thought.
Sui h a number could not be removed in
DEWEY KNEW WHERE UE WENT.
Did Not Run Into a Strange Hnrlmr Ignor
ant of Its He fenses.
Cincinnati, May 18. Mr. William
Duhetty, an ornithologist and entomo
logist, who in the Interest e;f science has
traversed the four quarters cf the glob-;
and has achieved a reputation as far
reaching as his travels, has just re
turned from the Philippine islands, via
Hong Kong and San Francisco, to rest
a year with his parents In Mount Au
burn, this city. His latest distinction
was in successfully passing the Span
ish customs officers at Manila, with
Complete plans of the city, the harbor.
the fortifications, and minute details
of their armament from Consul General
Williams to Admiral George Dewey. Ii
was a dangerous proceeding, but Doher
ty carried it to a successful accomplish
ment. Arriving at Hong Kong early in
April he delivered the supremely im
portant papers to Admiral Dewey on the
Nearly a Million Lost by Fir.
Attleboro, Mass., May IS. Fire broke
out in J. M. Bates' watch case factory
In Mill street, In the Jewelry district, at
12:15 a. m. today and spread to ad
joining buildings. Nineteen Jewelry
firms were burned out, and the esti
mated lore is $SOO,000.
- ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS.
Mrs. Amelia Oleson, living near Osh
kosh. Wis., dropped dead after working
all day In the field.
Former Secretary of State John Sher
man will go to Alaska about June 1, for
the benefit f his health.
It Is reported that the Washington
park (Chicago) betting privilege is to
be controlled by John Condon.
The freight sheds on the pier of the
"Old Bay Line," Baltimore, were
burned, causing a loss of about $73,000.
During 1897 8,928 head of live stock In
Switzerland were affected with foot and
mouth disease; of this number 1.414 were
Ottawa, Kas., is experiencing the
greatest Hood known for over twenty
five years. Hundreds of families are
Robert R. Sampson, a watchman em
ployed in one of Chicago's office build
ings. Is a first cousin of Acting Rear
Not to be behind other localities Port
age, Wis., puts in a claim of relation
ship to Dewey through E. H. Dewey, a
cousin of the admiral.
Mrs. August Johnson, of Dunbar.Wis.,
gave birth to three girl babies. One
died the follow ing night, while the other
two are doing nicely.
According to advices received at San
Francisco from Hawaii, the fnited
States will raise Its flag on the islands
and use them for a base of supplies.
In attempting to board a moving train
on the Northwestern road at Ravens
wood (Chicago suburb). Jeremiah M.
Terwilliger missed his footing and was
The charge of embezzlement against
J. L. Ball, a Chicago board of trade
operator, by Charles D. Krebaum, of
Havana. Ills., was dismissed by Judge
Locked up in the guard house at
Sandy Hook are three men who were
discovered prowling alout the Hook In
a small rowboat and whi were captured
by the. ccast patrol.
Hetty Green, the richest woman in
America, appeared at New Tork as de
fendant in a suit brought by William
H. Stayton to recover Si.000. which he
claims Is due aim far IaiJ service performed.
- DEMOCRATIC TAX RULE.
I ones Fays It Is to Tax Property Not Con
sumption Work In Congress.
''Washington. May 18. Considerable
prcgress was trade byihe senate yes
terday In considering the war revenue
measure. Jones of Arkansas presented
in a gecetal statement the views of tbz
LVnivi-ratic members of the finance
committee. He maintained that the
taxes imposed by the pending bill ought
tJ be levied upon property and cot up.m
consumption; that the policy of the Re
publican party always had beento Im
pose taxes upon consumption, while
that cf the Democratic party was to im
pose it upon property. He opposed the
proposition to Issue bonds and certifi
cates of indebtedness.
The bill was partly rtad and a few un
important amendments made. Allison
read a statement of the ordinary e.p
propriatlcn for the government for the
next fiscal year..Tgrtgating (Ics3 jr.l.
OOO.OfiO for the sinlljjg fund) $4S0.
Mfl.sra The estimated revenues ore
$482,874,647. Eulogies on th late Repre
sentative Milliken. of Maine, were pro
nounced during the eesslon.
The house held a brief cession. Two
Important bills affecting labor were
passed, one limiting the labor of per
sons employed upon jvernincr.t works
and in government service t. eight
hours daily, and the other yr-widlng for
the equipment of a non-pur&san labor
commission to consider legiclatXc prob
lems affecting labor.
ILLIF OIS POPULISTS SPLIT
Fnslonists Bolt nrrans of (lie rnscsting
of Their Drlerralcs.
Springfield. Ills., May IS. The Popu
list state convention held In this city
yesterday resulted in the fusionlrt cle
ment bolting the convention end organ
ising another convention. When thecon
vention convened the state central com
mittee, acting as a committee on cre
dentials, reported in favor of seating
twenty middle-c f-the-rcad delegates
from Cook county nnd unseating the 100
fusionIt delegates, which was declared
The f::slinists. numbering 123 cf the
175 delegates of the convention present,
withdrew and preceded to Allen's hall,
where thev elected J. A. Crawford chair
man of the state central coirdltee, and
then adjourned until July 12. when they
will meet the Dotnocretic slate commit
tee In this city.
The rnldiMe-of-the-rcadors elected
Joseph Wii-kline ebairmnn of tbtir con
vention, and then nominated the follow
ing ticket: State treasurer. John W.
Hess, of Pitt.ifield: superintendent of
rublic Instruction. Francis R. Cole,
of Chicago; trustees ef the state uni
versity A. C Vantine, of lola and Dr.
Mary Brardner. ef Lincoln, and Jones
Adams, of Chicago. C. E. Palmer was
elected chairman of the Mate central
LAST HOURS OF GLADSTONE.
Grand Old Man Dying at Husrarden with
II is Loved Ours Near.
IIawardent May 18.-I.ate last even
ing all the servants of the Gladstone
hor.selK.ld wire admitted to the sjek
room for n final farewell. They found
Gladstone lyiiig en his rivhtsld", In deep
sleep, as If e?esd. Lai-h in turn touched
his hand and left the room tearfully.
Mrs. Gladstone remains at the pa
tient's bedside. The attending physi
cian said last evening: "It Is a strange
fact that when addressed in English
Gladstone murmurs a few. words in
French and some times seems to be try
ing to pray in French.
"He has had very serious attacks of
the heart since yesterday evening and
there has been altogether very rapid
failure, lie lies partly unconscious. Is
delirious and has what Ismed.callycalleJ
chanaed-stroke in breat?ing. He is no
longer in pain."
Chicago Grain and Prod new,
Chicago, May 17.
Following were the quotations on the
Beard of Trade today: Wheat May,
opened and closed nominal; July,
opened $1.09, closed $1.('S14; September,
opened 91V:C, dosed P0-c; December,
opened fiSVie, closed S6",c. Corn May,
opened ibc, closed 3lVsc; July, opened
2K'sC. closed 364c; September, opened
STc, closed 37 Vic. Oats May, opened
2'Je. closed nominal: July, opened 26c.
closed 2sc; September, opened 24l,c,
chsed 2c. Pork July, opened $12.25,
closed $12.:ift: Scptemlier, opened $12.50.
closed $12.50. Lard July. opened
$6.67. closed $S.67',s; September, opened
$6.00. closed $6.77'4.
Prcduce: Butter Extra creamery,
15c per Th: extra dairy, $15c; fresh
parking stock. HllVic Eggs Fresh
stock, 10c tier doz. Live Poultry
Turkeys, 6foTc per tb: chickens. 8
R'4c; ducks. 6'4i7p. Potetoes Com
mon to choice. 651750 per bu. Fweet
Potatoes Illinois. :!.f,0J4 CO per brU
Chicago Lire Stock.
Chicago, Mh,y 17.
Hogs Estimated receipts for trio, day,
32.0C0; market active and feeding firm
er: sales ranged at $3.1Vrj4.35 for pigs,
$4.15io4.62Vt for light. Il.&ft4.45 for
rough packirg. $4.4ui4.75 for mixed, and
$4.5t'4.&0 for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts
for the day, 3.C0O; f-eling strong; quo
tations ranged at I.I.OOfi 5.30 for choice
to extra steers. $4.401 4.95 for good to
choice do., $4.25tf?4.70 fair to good. $3.95
fi'4.35 common to medium do.. $3.90$ 4.Z5
butchers' pteers, $4.15i4.90 fed western
steers. $3.90fir4.25 stockers. $4I0i4M
feeders. $2.506 4.40 cows. $3.SC4i4.0 heif
ers. $2.704.25 bulls, oxen and stage,
13. 60S 4. (W Texas steers, and $4.CO&6.50
veal calves. Sheep and Lambs Esti
mated receipts for the day. 11.000: feel
ing strcng; quotations ranged at 83.60
&4.40 westerns. $3.M$4.KQ rativrs. $4.00
63.40 lambs, and $6.ff;i 7.50 spring
MHvrankrr fin. In.
Milwaukee. May 17.
Wheat Hicher: No. 1 northern anrl
July. $1.44: No. 2 r-rtr"m spot. t.f.fy
$1.35. Oats Firmer: r.iana'jc. Kve
Steady; No. 1. 6Stf,yc. Parley
Steady ; No. 2, fie; aaropie, 47Jc.
Hiiv-1 imotby. tf&10; wild, $7BD.
Pot at oe - Sic.
Butter-Fair Mcb?lce, 15c: frefch creamery.
Coal- Soft, la
C.'attle-ltutcbers tav. for com fed teer
m'e: oow and belters. -3'Tc; catvex.
Sprinir lamii- fMOJ a bead.
SnWril' for The Anoi s.
lt Kind Tn Hnt Aiaws BesjJI
AN OPEN LETTEfe
WE ARE ASSERTING IS
The exclusive use of
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "CASTOR I A," the same that
has borne end docs now bear on every
the facsimile signature ofOufMj wrapper.
This is the original "CASTOR I A" which has been used in
the homes of the Mothers of America Jor over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and sec that it is
the kind you have always bought 'Jf -'cithc
and has the signature of wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company, cf which Chas. H. Fletcher is President
March24tlS98. 7 w, . ,
Do Not Be Deceive!
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"
v Dcano int.
Insist on Having
The, End That Never Failed
tmm. wnm cmmmt. tt
Should remember we have a Iar;e and complete
stock of Refrigerators, Cook and Gasoline
Stoves, and all kinds of Household Goods. We
Can Save You Money.
AI3X2 HIT'S SURPRISE OTORC.
1622 SECOND AVENUE.
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
TraiU-rs Ins. Co.. - Cliica-ro. II!.
I'ninii Ins. Co. - riiilaili lliia. I'a.
Kockfonl Ins. Co. - - llnckfonl. III.
Scciiritv Ins. C. - New Haven. (Vinn.
Slate Ins. Co.
Office. Koom J. Ihiford block. Hates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Hates aa low as any
can aflord. Your
futirouiure la aouc
Represents tha followtar ami
known Firs and AocUent lamr
Rocbestereierman Ins Co Rochester. N V
Westchester Kire New York
Huflaio German " HntTalu N Y
I ieniiiin Klre l-eona 111
New Hampshire - ....Manchester. N II
Milwaukee M-ebanic - Milwaukee. Wis
Fidelity and CaMialijr New York
Offlw eorner ZlfhtoenUi stmt mi
SwoDd avaone, teeood flouc
Ilare yon Sore Threat, tfmplea, Coppr
Oolorad Spot. Arhew, Old Sores, ITlmra In
Month. Halr-Falllng? Writs Cook Kbmedt
Oa, 920 Masoola TtJnp'e, Cblcato, 111., far
proof of cuds; capital, M,oog. Wont
eases eared to IS te 35 dare, loo-iaun
THE COURTSOUR niGHT TO
the word castoria," and
as our trademark.
(mmm orascv. cm.
t vcMTr a ifrn
Fur the Follcwlnf Safe
and Bailable Companh i an i
Traders In t'n CLIcaeo
lYovldetice Washiniton In. Co.. Irmidrac
Imperial Ins. Co India
f'alundonlun In. Co hdltilmrf
I Jit'lish Anjerican In. Co..
IJverpoail and Nor walk
Pacific In. Co Kcw York
Home Mutual Ins. Co Sao FraociMco
Offioe Boom SO Mitchell 4k Lynda.
Block. Telephone No. 1080.
Colona Sand .
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimming,
For cheapnen, durability and
beaut excelled bj none. This
tone does aot wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Flans sent
as for estimates will receive
caret al attention and be returned
promptly at our eipense.
Quarries 13 miles from Book
Island on the (J.. B. A CJ. B. B.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will atop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos cf
buildings oan be seen et Boom
No. 12. Mitchell Lynda's baud-
ABT11UE BURBALL, Manager
Bock Island or Colona, I1L
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Avenue.
tree. . -