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TIIE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1898.
Mol ArtMllj. M0CA8KKIN.
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Rooa lnd au tiUf Boas Island
ikm n Krau . nor! afllaa
Offae OC M til Mr- tV
n C. CUBI.BM.T. B. D. OOWEIXT.
UONNEIXY A CONHELLY,
Attorney at Law.
Money loaned. Offloe orcr Thomas'
am more, cr. (.count avenue and
0. L. ANDEB8EN,
Real Kstate. Loan. Inmiranee and
Room , Ruford block.
ALEX H. LIDDEBS,
Attorney at Law.
Money loaned on good security: no
lury nubile, over Second avenue.
ttmitn al Law.
OlBe Mi Hoa ma Sfaimaai Baok
Wit. L UHXM.PH
Anarmay at La
atone to Loaa General Lacal Boat'
M, Noiari Publla list Saaood
oua. Huford block
8WKKNKY A WALK KB
fcttorne and Ooaaeallora at Lav.
UfBea la BascaMtk Biona
CHAKI.K8 J PKAR
OounntilHtr a law OAs la nourt
MiKMUY A MoKN tti V .
ft txtraait at La
Loaa BMiaai oe " urlF.
fioilecMona Kalnrausa klltnhaU ft
Lynda ban era iMBsa Mltabab
CI! AS. H IIUUBELL.
fttio-ney at Law Justice of tbe
Ofboe In tbe dtT Hull. Telephone US.
Da VtCNlUKf. l-'Wa.
f. U KIBST, M. I).
Pbyalolan and Hurgeoo.
Phone 4 na 117. (Knee, B Tri
tleth utrert nffloe Hours: 10 to It a.
m.; S to 4 and 7 to p m. Sunday, 8 80
to a. m.: i.m to 1 p m.
Dlt. COttA EMERY KEKD,
Special attention to disease of wom
en and children, alxo dmcasc of eye,
ear, nt and throat. Office hours
b .m to - a m . I to 4 p. m. Sjl six
teenth street, Koclt Is aod.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All tlKc.ti.es of homes anil cattle.
treated on upmr-l principles. Sur
gical iH-raliiiis performed in a sclen-lilli-
manner lanrs treated All calls
romptlj attended to. nealdcnce, I Kit
F'lfita avenue. Telephone I nn l'..
uffloe and Infirmary, I1H Irltr Fifth
avenue Ijimri Mnuckcr'i stable.) op
posite No. I tire house.
C. U 8ILV18,
Over RraU Hath a. ITia
DU. C. YV. (.KArTON,
Ilnimi II and IV Mitchell A t.ymle
timlding nicc hours from 8 to I- a m.
anil I to 0 p ra.
f) HIT SOT
OBACK 4 KERNS.
Architects and Superintendent.
W( 9 look,
HKNRV HAKUK Pop
(Jut riowara and Dentf aa et, al Klnaa
City atora, ISfT 8 'eon aaaaa, Tait
asttfartarar of tjaak
And al) Klixla of wo'k
Sidlna, flooring, Watnsooattng
8tb Street bet. 4th and 6th Avenae
uInffred f he tort tire of the damned
with protruOi'is piles brour'it on bv constipa
tion with which I was a ill ic ted for twrnty
year. I ran across your CASCAUKTS in the
town of SewelL la.. anJ never foui.il anythinc
to equal them. To-day I am rntireiy free from
pile and feel like a new man"
C. 11. Kkitz. Mil Jones fet., Sioux City, la.
Pleavint, Palatahle. I'otent. Ttte Good. Ho
Good, Never Sirken. Weakeu. or Gri)e. 10c. 2oc, 5tc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
mrll Hrmrf fiMMp.... lik.n. laMml. trm Tort. Sit
ajj U'DAb Kl't ft I UI, Tobacco Uabit.
Kstate of John H. Winlr.p. deceased.
The unileiNiyneil bavini; been apiintcd ad
m!n!;rator of the estate of John H. Winlnir.
late of the county of Hock Island, stale
of Illinois, deceased, hereby nives notice that
he will appear hetore the county court of
Uoek Islaiid county, at the county court room.
In the city of lioek Island, at the July term,
on the first Monday in July nem. al which
time all persons havinv claims asraiust said
estate are iiotltled and requested to attend,
for the purpose of haviim tbe same adjusted!
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediawj payment to tbe
Hated this IHth day or May. A. D. 1KH
Hi'HAKiiS. Sn.vis, Administrator.
Administrator Not ire.
Stte of Illinois. i
County of Io- Island, i
In the circuit c-rirt. lu chancery, to the May
term A. I) l-is. i.iil to sell real estate, tieii
eral No. W;.
Frank W. l;liM-Liiuter. oompla naut. vs. Joseph
A. nlo.-liiiin.er. John 1 bloelilint'er. lmisa
K. Uebrcns. t red HlcicblinL'er. fleorve Hehr
vtn. Anna lleurcns. lAtms Uebreus. rklwrd
lichrehs. icf, !nl. nits.
l"uMio notice is hereby triven. that bv vi-tue
of a rie-rrc of the circuit ciurt of said county
oti'ered Mav W. is.is. jn the above entitled
ca is... aiitb.iri.i if and empoweriinr the under
:lKned as aduiinisir.itorot the will annexed of
the estate ot Joseph L. l!lochlinrer. deceased,
to sell the real estate, wit lithe appurtenances,
hereinafter described, and all the estate, title
and interest tJierein wheieof the said Jiseph
lr i -lot-hli!n.'t-r. ileeeas.-d tiled sei.etl. in fee
simple the undersigned will, on the 'ilh day of
Ji.lv. A. I. al tiu nort . door of tut- eourt
house in the eitv of Ifoel; Island, in said
county, offer for s 1.-. to tin- bin e-t biuV.-r.
I he foliiiHihtf ti.ict of land, with the appurte-uant-i's.
lu su Id eitv. described as follows:
The west half of lot uuuiber s in block
number two Ui in that part of said eiiv k-iown
as Cliiea-i nr Lower a :tli;ioii. , n t ali tbe es
tate, tlile -anti inieii-si therein of the coin
plaitatn an t di-remlants a'-ove nanied and
each of them, and i.il tb- e late, title and in
terest therein !ier..f tbe slid Joseph U
I loehliii:."er. tleeeasetl. died seized in fee sim
ple. Terms t.r le eash in banil.
Uock Island. Illinois. June i. is'is.
Kit INK W. lilH III.IM.tMt.
Ai!in.nisra!,,r i,, j lie will auneied of the
estate of Joeib U llloehliiiu-er. ileee.i:-ed.
9 K, Ketiivorihy, Solicitor.
State of Illinois, i
Rock ls nut County, i ,s
In tin- ( ouni v ourt, June term. A. II
retitloti to .sell real estate to navtleliis
J. Ileurv l.iOm is. atluiiuisti atoi' if the estare
of Frederick Kramer, deceased vs lora
llischon. .I.iliu M-brtietier. Joneph Sehroetler.
Haiiiel Scfir-icder. Louis M-uroeiler. Kred
'hi lei ami Minnie (, iH-ser. Joseph Drei ;-
lir l.illbaV. l;..pp Hi: :t V.-l.. l)..nat lleck
ert. Leopoiil eiir.etlei. Joseph M-hroerier.
j- lipol.raa ll irtmami. .Mois isehnieder. Anna
Sch tied i r .Mar.a Ann . Vol. Ikr'.a Hreixltr,
Keril.iiauil .sci.roeile Alois rchroe;lcr.
I. tnelie s,r-!ir-letter Hesnaii ehroed-r, and
nosa eii'.ii-der Hans.io.-tiH Walter Harms. ;
Hit: unkuouu liehs of Frederick Kramer and t
the unknown out-i-s ot Iols ten mound .
eleven i Hi in Went herb-ail s addition to the
city of li-iek Isianl.
AIMtlavit -il ii. n-residence of Dora Hlschoff,
Joseph lreller H.irbara Kapp. Ilu'o Vol..
ismai net-Ken LeclMlll
Han maun"! J'e Ms 1
Setiroeder, Anna Seiiroe.U-r. Maria Anna Vol.
'"na i,u-iler. t eniiiiand tscbroeder. Alois'
n -hroeder. I lm-. lie r-eliroeiler. Herman
S -linicler. K-a Sebroedur. tbe unknown I
heirs ,.( Krclericl. Kramer, deceased, and the I
tinkowu owners of lots ten (10) anil eleven (.1 1 j
in Wea'iierliead's addition to tbe city of Hock I
Island defendants above named haviiu: been I
men in me oiuee oi tbe clerk or the count v
court of Koek Island county, notice is berebv
Hi. en t.i the said Dora HiseholT. Joseph l.reix
Icr. Ilurbara ICapp. Huiro V til.. Ibmai neekerl.
Leopold Sehroeder. Joseph Sebroeder. Appo
Ionia Hartiuatin. lois fsebroeder. Anna
Sehroeder. Maria Anna Volz Herta Dreixlcr.
Kerrtiuand Sehroeiler. Alois Sehroeder, Knie
lie SeliroeUer. Herman Sehroeder. Kosa
Sehroeiler. the unknown heirs of Frederick
Kramer, neerased. ami the unknown owners
of lots ten i'b and eleven ill) lu Weather
head s addition t.i the eitv of hock Island,
that the said plaintiff J. licnrv Udders, ad
ministrator ot the est ate of Freiterick Kramer,
deceased, has tiieil bis petition iu tbe said
county court of Koek Island county for an
order to sell the premises bt'loncini; to the
est ate of said deceased, or so much of it as
may lie needed to pay the debts of said de
ceased, and described as follows, to-wii:
i.o!s ten tpi and eleven f 11 1 in Weather
hc:uTs !..l.l,l..n ,..,1 1 i. i , '
r, . ; v - ' ! isiiiuii mm
---'tis u,as iii-rn issueu Olll to -..no
you returnable at the June
term. A. I of said eourt. to be holden on
ine nrsi Monday- ( June. 1). lmot. at the
court bouse in the ehv of Rock Island, in the
county of Ko,-k Island. Illinois
Now unless you. the siiitl Dora Hischoff Jt-s--pb
Dreixlcr. Harbara Kapp. Huiro Vol.
lHiiiat lleckert. Leopold Schioeler. Joseph
Sehroeder, Appoioma ll.ir.iuaia. Alois
Sc rocder. Anna rsohroetler. M.na Anna
tolz. tierta Dreixlcr. Ferdinand Sehroeder.
Alois Sehroeder Fmelie Sehroeder. Herman
Sehroeder. Kosa Scbroeder. the unkown heirs
of Frederick Kramer and the unknown own
ers of lots ten (lib and eleven (HI in Weather
heatlH addition to the eitv of Rock Island
shall personally be and appeur before said
county court of Kihk Island county, ou the
brsi day of a term thereof, to be holden at the
rltyof nock Island, in said county, on tbe
brst Monday ot June A . U IHW and plead,
answer or demur to the said eomlainant s
petition tiled therein the same and the mat
ters and thin-s th-rcia charged and slated
will oe taken as confessed and a decree en-
u'n, "V ?''",l1- JJ aeeoolin, to the prayer of
Koek Island Illinois. May J. 189.
.. ,. H.i ii.tiiK K' vhi.kr. Clerk.
S-. R. hENW.iHTHT. Complainant s Solicitor.
FXVS CUE AW BALM ! apoaitiTt-rats..
Apply into tbe Bostriia, It is qairkly ahaorbed. M
crvf it Prnrrwt' or b tn:l ; sainplr !0c by maiL
kLl ISKui UEKS, bt Warren Su, New lork City.
TjP CATHARTIC -4-TWA
Off Man wtoortato
UNCLE PAYS THE BILL
Fact Plainly Stated That Has
Given the States More or
Less Worry Recently.
UATIOH TOOTS THE WAE EXPENSE.
Inrlndins the Pay of the Men from lae
of Enlistment to Muster-lleorauirA-tion
or an Important Anny Offlrr
Wanted Onarterinaster funeral OTr-
helmed w ilh Work NoIch of the Pro
grrn of State Quotaa Shaw'a Scheme
Is Sat I pun.
"Washington, June 7. In answer to
numerous inquiries on the subject it Is
officially announced that the govern
ment and not the states will pay all vol
unteer troops for the time between the
dates of enlistment and muster. Pay
master General Stanton, of the army,
feds very proud of the work arscm
plished by his corps of paymasters
which has been on duty at Tampa since
the army has been massingthere. It has
been the desire of the government to
pay practically all thes men before
they left for the West Indian Invarlon.
A dispatch received by the paymaster
Cfnera! from Paymaster Glenn at
Tampa said that the payments due the
men practically had been completed
and that the whole force cf paymasters
available for the work would now be
ttsed for paying the men in the Mobile
i Itetter Organization Needed.
Fecretary Algrsont to congress yes
terday a propestu bill for the better or
ganizition et the quartermaster gener
al's otFice in the army. Its depots of sup
plies, etc. The sudden collection of the
force of volunteers and the increase of
the volunteer army has Imposed an Im
mense wcrk on this branch t f the serv
ice, and the bill pjves officers found best
qualified for difficult and important du
ties a temporary increase in rank and
pay. A similinr Mil was enacted during
the civil war. There are twenty-five ad
ditional assistant quartermasters to
rark as captains asked for as beinsncc
essary to assign as assistants to the
principal dt -puts of supplies in the de-
pr.rtment here and to take charge of
smaller quartermasters' dept.ts at vari
ous piints to be established.
CAMP THOMAS IN UKALTHT.
Officers Annoyed at the Statements tu the
Contrary of "Specials."
Chkkamauga Park. Ga.. June 7. The
officers at Cami) Thomas have been
greatly annoyed by the nrsleading and
utterly false reports being st-nt out from
this point by special correspondents
touching the healihfulntss of the num.
Out of the 4-.0W men now in the army
here there are now a half dozen sorioas
cases of si: kness, and the men are now
getting the regular allowances of every
kind of fond, and in abundance. The
men are not getting Delinonico meats,
but they are fretting the best and fresh
est soldiers' diet to be had. The com
missary in charge of the department of
subsistence in Chattanooga has also
been annoyed by the false statements
sen, abroad tflat the department has
been unable to secure storage sulticient
for the supplies and that is the reason
the men are "not U-ing properly fed."
There are now already in depot here
over l.bOil.Ot'O rations and mni.le r.wun
f"r ;-"'f", "J"-'- hs provided if
iieeut-ii. i nere is not tnp SllgntCSt
ground, therefore, for reasonable com
plaint among the troops here, if their
commissaries and quartermasters know
their business and attend to it. Capta n
Km kwell. chief of the ordnance depart
ment, received notice yest. rday that the
Columbia arscral would be able by the
latter part of the present week to sup
ply 12.000 sets of equipments per week,
and he now expects to have the army
fully equipped within a very short tim.
Active work is now in progress in con
verting the ChkkamauRa hotel property
info a hospital. Colonel Sonn. who is in
charge of the work, says the hospital
will have a capacity of 500 men when
completed. A portion of the building
will be ready by the latter part of the
week for the reception of patients.
General orders were issued yesterday
to all the regiments in camp to proceed
at tmee to recru't their oomnanies to
l ...... .. .. - . ..
me iuu sirengtn ot iub men. me details
were made out in a number of regi
ments yesterday and the work of re
cruiting will begin at once. The sham
battle which was to have occurred be
tween the regiments of the First di
vision of the Third corps, commanded
by Gtneral Grant, was called off be
cause of the absenctf of General Brcik
Irrltlge. and instead there were only
regimental and hrigade drills.
LATEST ABOI T STATE TROOPS.
Progrra In the Filling I'p of the Ountaa
Bryan Appointed 4'oIoueL
Madison, Wis., June 7. It may be
that on the second call for volunteers
Wisconsin will have to furnish only the
90C men required to fill the Wisconsin
regiments up to the standard of lOtJ I
men for each company. The fctate sent I
regiments of twelve companies of '
eighty-four men each to the front. whi!e
other states, among which was Penn
sylvania, sent regiments of only eight
companies. Shouid these states be re
quired to fill their regiments up to
twelve corjpanies of 10S men each there
would be but little nt the ",000 men for
Wisconsin to supply, cx;e t those seed
ed to increase the companies sint by the
state on the first ca'l.
Island Lake, Mich., June 7. Thu
Thirty-fourth Michigan volunteer in
fantry left yesterday for Dunn Loring.
Va.. where the regiment will encamp
adjacent to Camp Alger. The command
is composed chiefly of men from the
rorthern peninsu'a. who are hardy and
well equipped. This is the fourth an! i
I.tst regiment supplied by Michigan un
der the first call.
Springfield, ll.s.. June 7. C di.nel J. S.
Culver, of the Fifth Illinois infantry,
has replied to Major Bluford Wilson's
telegram offering 700 men cs recruits to
fill up the companies of the Fifth. The
rol-mel will accept the men. but says
that all e.f thm must be temporat.
Lincoln. Neb.. June 7. Gov. Holcomb
fiat formally announced the officers of
.he Third Nebraska regiment: W. J.
Uryan, colonel commanding; General
Victor Tlfqualn, lieutenant coirnel; Dr.
S. D. ife-r:r. surgeon.
Des Moines, la.. June 7. Adjutant
General Hyers yesterday received a
general order from Adjutant General
Ccrbin ir.itructintj him that enlisting
officers d-tailed from I attalii r.s to make
enlistments tinder new to fill out
the fcf.r regiments would receive their
instruction from the government. This
put an end to Governor t-huw's plan
providing for apportioning to counties
the number to be enlisted tinder the
ne w call as provided in his proclama
tion. Springfield. Ills., June 7. lieutenant
A. M. Davis, of the Kighth eavalary. I".
S. A., who was located at Cnmp Tan
ner a? quart t'rrr.nsti r ft r the govern
ment, has ri ceivcel crdt rs from the war
dcpartrr.cr.t to return to Vlncmnes. Ind.
Lieutenant 1'nvis left hrre yesterday.
He has ccmi'leted the accounts cf the
state, ar.d finds that the grvornment Is
indehts d to the state cf Illinois to the
extT.t of i:.i'0 for sttl sistenee rrom Up
time of th? r.rrival cf the trei pr in i ami
until cai h rcglrrcnt was n.ust-red in.
As sot n ns the regiments were mus
tered the m"n went on n vrrnmrr.t rations.
FACTION RIOT AT E ELF AST.
Orangeiiien Altnri a Pmrrsslnn nf Ilmtir
i;uler TitHips f ailed Out.
IMfaft. June 7. During the ce'iclira
t:ons e.f the anniversary of Jun. .
is?, when seven civilians were shot on
Shank hill road by the constabulary,
the Nationalist proeess'on while re
turning last nit-ht from Hannanstown
was hp I'cn up in a riot. Several thou
sand Ornncerren in the Shat.k hi 1 ro-.d
attack"d rnd overpowered the police
ar.d chused them back into the l;row
street square barracks. Several
mounted censlables were severely in
jured and one had his leg broken.
The po'ice reinforcements which ar
rived were compelled to threaten the
crowd with their revivers before they
were able tn r- scu" their comrades from
the fury of the mob, which t- re up th -street
for missiles. The troons wer
then called out. but the mob chcrel
th-m ami sang "Utile Uriv.nnia." The
disturbances then ccas.cd. though th"
excitement conttntieil. The feeling of
the Oranuemen against the fiolice is
very bitter. .Many civilians were In
jured. A i oor? cf arrerUs were madi
Vfnr Revenue Itiil in niircrciire.
Washington, June 7. Peyond the
passage of an urgent dt llclercy bill
made nccessnry l y the war with Sjiain
and th- sending of the wnr revenue Mil
tc confereree the senate aceorrplisht ti
little yi stt n'ay. The deficient y
measure carries Biprepriatb.ns nggre
gating S17.71a.fU0. There appropriations
ar? in addition to the n-vounls to be
carried later by the general deficient y
After the rcvertte b'll wr.s sent tnrnn
fcronee the session if the house whs
devoted to routine business, eljietly un
der suspensiqn of the- rules, a numla r
of bills lit-Jns pa.-sed.
Dixtill Itests I ilitie Snntry.
New York. June 7. George Dixon, the
hardy colored boxer, gained a wi 11
earned decision ever Fddie Srntry, of
Chicago, in the arena of the Lenox
Athletic clob here lust night. Thfy
fottght twenty rounds very clean and
fiiimtilio ar.d f.T.try inoved hin:se If to
be a clever gtneral. Doth were ctur
pnratively fresh when the twenttt'.h
round broke up. ar,d the d. cisien of llef
eree Charley White, while r.rt giving
general ssrlsfaetien, was a Just or.e.
Give Ills . hiniims tit the I'oor.
Taris, June 7. Huron dj Kothschil 1,
on account of his victory in a race for
the Grand Prix Oe Paris with I Hoi
Solii. at Loiigechamps, Sunday, has
given his w innings, ZW.WiO fran. s. to the
poor of Paris.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chit ago. June 6.
Following were the quotations on the.
Board of Trade tnc!a : Wheat June,
opened and closed 11.09: July, opened
Sbic, closed KsVje; September, e.pi nrd
77'c, closed 7"!c; December, opened
76e. closed 747sc. Corn July, epened
n"'4c, cb.sed S2c; September, opened
HSluC, closed ."!i"Kc. Cats July, opened
"4c, closed Sl'lic; Feptenitu-r, opened
21c. closed iO'-jc. Pork July, opened
$11. '), closed $10 "5; September, opened
$10.CO, closed $10.50. Lard July, opt ned
$6.01", closed S5.ir,; September, opened
$6.07. closid $G.05.
Produce: Butter F.xtra creamery,
16c per lb; extra dairy, l"c; fresh
packing stock, mi 10c. F.ggs Fresh
stock, 5ic per doz. Live Poultry
Turkeys. f.iTiSc per lb; chit kens. 7V.jSc;
dut ks, 6'Sfi,-ic. Potatoes 'ommon to
choice. 501 tine per bu. Strawln rries
Illinois. $1.001.25 per 1'1-ijt rase.
Chirugo Live Sttrk.
Chicago, June 6.
Hogs Estimated receiptsf or the day.
T2.0CO; sales ranged at $2. 70!i ::.' for
pigs. $3.xr.-j4.:il for light. $:!.95t4.10 for
rough packing, St.oflffM.l'.i for mixed, and
$4.15i'a4..';J1j for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Cattle Kstimated receipts
for the day. 14.000: quotations ranged at
$.".05r5.40 for choice to extra steers.
$1.6r.(u5.C0 for good to eholce do., $4. 30ft
4.75 for fair to good. $4.0'Ti 4 45 common
to medium do., $4.('0&4.35 butchers'
steers. $4.00iS4.R5 fed western steers.
$4.00i4.40 stoekers. $4.10r5.0ii feeders.
tZ.'MH.tt cows. $3.:0t&4.70 heifers. $2.70
fni.'l't hulls, oxen and stacs. $3.fi0'5 4.45
Texas stecs. and $4.75.5 7.40 veal calves.
Sheet and Ijmbs-Estimated receipts
for the day. $16.CfO; quotatiors ranged
at $3.Sv?i4.7fl westerns. $:4.10fj 4.7S na
tives, $4.106.?5 lambs, and S6.O0S7.C0
Milwaukee, June .
Wheat Weaker: No. l northern
$1.15: No. 2 northern. $1.1.1: July. $115
fiats Iiwi-r; 27'&2K.4C. Rve Iwer
No. 1. 41c. Parley Dull; No. 2. 45c;
Hhv 1 imothy, IWIO: wild. I7Q8.
! taioes - MutWR.
lluttcr Fair to choice, ibc, fresh creamery,
Cat lie-Butchers pav for corn fed steers
4mte4c: cows and beifen. WeSHc: calves.
Sprinjt iamb- fttsrwej 4 Bead- "-
C ASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tie Kind Yea Haia Always Bsfat
MOBS TEOIJBLE FOE J1MINE3.
Hrillsh Now Jamp an Hint for Saillna I'
tier F alse Color.
Cape Haytien. Hayti, June 7. The
Amerhan steamerSapir.aw, cf theClyJj
line, has Just arrived here. She touched
at Inagtia. where It was learned that
Si nor Jlmines. the leader of the revo
lutionary expedition which recently
landed In Sar.to Ioiningo from Hayti,
on his arrival there front M nte Ciis:l.
Santo Dominro, was arrested by the
British authoiitiCH for a v .elation of the
navigation laws in flying a Clyde line
flag, though the Fanita. the vessel In
Which the eXH'dition stiiel, hud i...-n
sold by the Clyde Lne company Fix
Chris Itnberts. the pilot of the ex
pedition, made a complain on the above
grounds. The Ameiicsn consul also
pnsecuted Scnor Jinilnes. alb ging that
the expedition was illegal Inasmuch as
the Fanlta's i.aiM-rs were ostensibly for
service in Culian waters.
Pugilist Corbctt now di-Eircs a match
With "Jim" Jeffries.
The 9-year-old son of Peter Yailiqut
dp wned In the Miss:ssippl river at La
The house cf commons reassembled
yesterday after the Whitsuntide holi
days. The fittendance was small.
The quee-n rvcnt of Spain has tn
fermed Scnor Sagasta that she docs net
desire a tersiHUtion of Scnor Kn.llio
A drinkirf fountain, presented to
4'hicago by ll.c Maplt wood W. C. T. I".,
was unveiln bt Milwaukee and 1'nwcli
James Fitigsrald fell from a logging
train on Bigelow's road at Washburn,
Wis. Four cars run ove r him. killing
Hundreds of physicians from all parts
of the country h ive arrived in Ienvcr
to attend the American Medical asso
William tiiantz. of West Bend. Wis.,
charged with prize fighting, has be-cn
Ix-und over for trial in the circuit court
and bail fixed at $5'o..
Albert Woif. Ill years old. committed
Fficlde at Chicago because he had a
quarrel with his sweetheart, Bcll-s
Cardinal, who is but 15.
Ed Curti. and James Welch we re pol
Foned at Poscol-cl. Wis., by eating hem
lock, and died in a few minutes. They
were prominent farmers.
The Fall Kiver (Mass.) Inn Works
Cotton mills, employing 2.7(H hands, re
sumed iterations yestcreiay. after a
shut-down cf live weeks' duration.
The Chicago Federation i f lbor h is
adopted a resolution veil ing its aJnii t
tieii Tor the daring ami patriotic wi.k
cf Lieutenant llol.son and his little
A mob at CI irl pvi le. Mo., liangi d two
negroes because one of thtm was sup
posed to have shot dead the city mar
shal and the other was in the etm-ule
A r.altimore and Ohio passenger train
east-bound was wrecked at Cairo. W.
Va. Engineer llannaway was kille-1
ami the fireman (name not givm) mor
Near the railroad track at Ellwood.
la., a young man w as found uncmisi lotis
with his skull crushed, dying two hoiir.-.
afterward. He Is snld to h- the only
son of D. A. Wynkot p. a prominent at
torney nt Maquokt ta. la.
Score on the IHnmontl.
Chicago, June 7. Pei-erris nt base b:ill
ty League clubs yest rday mi re as f -I-li
ws: At Boston Cleveland 5, lb ston 3;
(second ganiei Cleveland 2, Pi ston 0;
at New York Cincinnati 10. New York
1: at Brooklyn Chicngo 15, Brot klyn 2;
at Baltimore St. Louis 6. Baltimore Z:
at Washington Tnitsville 5. Washing
ton 8: at Philadelphia riitKburg 5,
Western League: At St. Paul Inrti-n-apolls
5. St. Paul 10; at Minnenpoli-j
Milwaukee 6, Minneapolis 4; nt Kansas
City Columbus 3, Kansas City 12; at
Canaot lie Piiinl hy a Woman.
Springfield. Ills., June 7. Since the
death of Professor S. M. Inglis. state
superintendent of public instruction, the
friends of the deceased haveendeavor.-tl
to secure the office for the r-niainder
of the unexpired term for Mrs. Inglis.
Secre tary tif State James A. Rose his
l'M-ked up the law and finds that Mrs.
Inglis cannot hold the office, as the
constitution saysspc!fically thai It can
not be filled other than by a male per
son. Mate Arbitrator to Act.
Snringfield, IKs., June 7. The stats
beard of arbitration will hear argu
ments of the operators and striking
miners of the Fourth district on Fri
day. Pn-sldent Hunter and Wiliiatn
Scalffe. an ex-president, will present
the arguments fir the miners. Wood
will defend the operators.
Rread Joe Itown at Washington.
Washington. Jun-? 7. The Washing
ton bakers reduced the? retail price e.f
bread to 5 cents. It has I -en 6 for sev
eral weeks. The fall Ir the price f
flour and the fact that some of tfsj
bakers in the association aiN d to k ,.
the S-cent agreement is Ce dual cause
of the drcp. 'H
Cuban Ilrlc-a-bra la Vofim
Cnritwities aui bric-a-brac frtnn Cuba
are now slowly coming into voime
Oeltlly cnejunh, they were fjuitc fuabirm
able 40 mid 00 yesurs aa A faveirite
and cue of tbo mewt beautiful oljoc-tH
imaginable is a bunch of crystals from
one of tbo famous caverns in the lime
stone district. Semo eif tbe-se- are as cb-ar
as rork crystal, and arc not alone many
faoctod but are often covered in part
with masse of large and small crystals
of great brilliancy. When the face ting
occmrs in certain pittfe-rns, the crystal
has the fire of a preetiejus stone and, in
a well lighted parlor will throw colored
lights aud fires in every direction. Will
another beautiful object is a mass of fine
fern leui coral which is fimnd uear the
keys in the middle and eastern part of
the, island. Some of this is so delicato
that it suggests a petrified ceAiweb.
Margherita Arlina Ilamm in New York
Mail and Express.
There are annually killed in Africa a
minimum of 65,040 "elephants, yi Idiug
the production of a qnantity of raw
ivory the selling price of which is
AVcgclablc IVcnar Jtion Icr As
tinglhc btoQaiixs and bowcii cf
ncssandRc5t .Contains nciUVr
Opiuni.Morpl.inc nor JtncruL
W' SmZ- :J
I tirn' Us '
Itaavano: tlrrr. f "
ApcrTorl Remedy forron:lipa-
iion. sour sioTnucn.niannuu
Vonns JConMilsions .r-rvcnslv
ncss and Loss OF SLECP.
lac Simile Si?n.lure of
tXACT CSFY CF VRArPCR. a
Should rcmr inber we hav: a laryc and ct.ni-lctc
stock of Kkkkk;i.k.T(iks, Okk ami Gasoline
Stoves, and all kinds of I louschold Goods. We
Can Save You Money.
AMEfMT'S SURPRISE STORE.
1622 SKCONI) AVKMTK
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Trailers Ins. Co., - - 'liii-an. 111.
I'll'lutl Ills. ( 'o. - riiil:ii!eliliia. ';i.
loM-kfulil Ins. Co. - - Ktickfol'il. 111.
S-cillilv Ills'. '. - New ll.uen. ("mi ii.
Stale Ins. fit. ... KiH-kfnril. 111.
Office. lltMHii 3. 1 ti i r. rtl block. Ifatcs
a.s low as cutisi-,ieni wiib security.
J. M. Buford,
Tu Kir and
Losses Promptly Paid.
- Kates as low as anr
can affonl Vonr
painttmc is aollc
neil. RMprKntii the folkrwtng well
known Fire and Aocl etit Insur
Rochester 1 ;erman Inn Co.
Wcstt-hcslcr F'ire " .
Ituffaloe;emiaa " .
i.ernian F'ire .
New Hamris-hire .
Milwaukee Min-hanies " .
F'idebty and Canuaily .
....Rochester. V V
Murrain N V
I Von a III
.M..nchi"-l-r. N II
Office enniec ElghtfwnUi atnwt and
Second avenue, seeond Boot.
Haw von Sore Throat, Pimples, 0pper
Ootored Hpo's. Achr-i, O et rVn. I'lce-rc In
Mouth. Halr-Kallmir? Write Vk Umtnr
Co , 920 Mason'c Te mp e, Cl.lcaTs M. fe
proof of cuns; capital, S.'iOU.Utiu. Worst
aaea cored la 15 tu 35 days. 1 00-page
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
For Uie Fdluartn Mnf
wid KMiublt .4Hiipatd- a mr
Trailers Ins. .' Chlearit
iTotMlciit-r Waslitfik'ton Ins Cm, lYuvklence
lniM n.U Ins. I'n l4tKbl
Calatitlotii.tn Ins. tt nfliblnirg
I jclisli-Anc-rican Ins. e'o..
Ijit rpotj and Norwalk
Pin-Hie Ins. f,, s,w York
Home Mutual Ins. Co.. San F'ranclacv
Office Koom SO Mitchell A Lynde'a
Block. Telephote No. 1080.
Col on a Sand
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For nhespnes, riaraMHtj and
beauty excell-d by noon. This
tone does not wash or color tha
wall tb alkali, etc. Plans teat
na for. estimate will receive
careful ntteotioa and be returned
prnmp'.lj at oar expense.
(Quarries It miles from Uck
Inland on the C . II. & Cj. K. IL
Trains Nna. 5 anil 14 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and I'botos of '
buildings can be. seen at Koom
No. 12. Mitchell & Lvnde'a boUd- .
log. Address: .
AKTIIUIi BURR ALU Manajrar
Rock Island or Colooa, IlL
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Amine.