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TIIE AKGTJS, EIUDAY, JTJXE 10, JS9S.
I Professional CardaJ
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CONNELLY A COS BELLY,
Attorney at Law.
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I Sni iw, oar. UeoooA ayenae and
0. L. ASDESSFM,
Beat Estate. Loaa, Insurance and
Kocd , Dnford block.
ALKX H. LI DDE 113,
Attorney at Law.
Money loaned on irood security; no-
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Attoraey at La a,
Ofllaa a Roafe lalaaA Matloaat Ruk
WM. L. LUDOLPH.
A Horsey at La.
Money to Loaa, Uoaaral Local Bual.
aeaa, Noiarj Public. ITS) oond ee
aae, BaforS Dtooe.
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8W KEN Kit A WALK EE,
Altoni7 eaS OounoaUora at Law.
0fl.ee la Beofitua Bloee.
CHARLES J. SEAR A.
Btatal A Mora 1.
OonaMlkie aft law nttl in iiwiti
MuKNJttY A UoENIRI,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa moaai oa rood Maurlt: maka
Oolleeilona. Kataranea. Mltabau
.uyaae, nasiara. umaa, tUMhall a
C1IA3. II. HUBBELL.
Attoany at Law Justine) 01 the
1 Offlee In the City HalL Telephoned.
in nis run 1 , luwt,
F. U. FIB3T, M. D.
Phyilolan and Bartaoa.
Ibone 4 oa !MT. Offlee, (M Twee
tic lb treet. Office Houni: 10 to II a.
to : t to 4 and T to p. m. Sunday, 8:M
to 1:10 a. m.; 1:30 to t p. m.
DR. COUA EMERY KEKD,
Spaelat attention to dlaeaaes or wow
en and children, alM diseases ot eye,
e, noa and thmnt. Office hours
30 to It a m , I to 4 p m. til Bli
teentn street. Ilock In and
DR. S. H. MILLER.
Veterinary Burgeon and Dentin.
All disease of hors and cuttle
treated on approved principle. Sur-Ule-al
operations performed Inasclcn
title manner. Hogs treated All ealla
promptly attended to. .ttesldenae. iro
Fifth avenue. Telephone I on IW7.
Office and Innrmarjr. IrtllV leilT fifth
aenu iJimn MaucUer'a liable.) op
posite No. I liro house.
Over KraU Mala a, ITU
Kit. C. V. GRAFTON,
Honm II nnd IV Mitekeil A Lynde
Ixilidiiut I'Ui'c hours from 8 to 12 a ui.
1 ami I to (I p. m.
UHACK a KEBNS,
Areklteou aad Superlntendeota.
litua Jlook, m
Baaond Boor. J
HKNBT QAKTwK. prep a?
! Oat Flowara and Uaelcu ot. al Elada 9
City atora, I ATT eoood avaaoa. Taia a.
ay phoaa, Itia, m
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a.-rvt'-kllltuf InNnm hAhlt.NO.TavUA-1
t mn99 th.1rsir lor nl4fTk 1
r.it arvairaa ipaMatf Jl 1 1 &
lint, aarin tb blood. rHfA I a B1V
f.ffrt iuat aifltiiao.-fTAl V I Kia bai
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ff I lVwm forma Tk it WTtk
VJ IV AL ''-P'""!''. pntinU Ot.
I llV "1 ll7 ci; 1 boira'. ;
I rorni.l lornr. rvftjid mf.n T.
it fcriaa Co., Illmi. aowial,
Subacrilc for The Akuis.
C L. 8ILVI8,
IS R E A T (HI
I bsve beea sslac MICAKETt aadss
a mild and effective laxative tdey are sluii'l? wwa
dertnl. My -luiitbter and I were bottirred alth
tirk Aioniack and our nroaib wasyerTbad. Aftr
toklnii a few dows of Caacarets we tare imtraTd
wootlcrf uliy. They are a ureal hlp In toe tumllj."
11V Biuenliuuse St., Ciuclnoati. Ohio.
i-ieajant Palatabi.. Ktnt, Taste Rood. T)o
uod,.N0Ter Mcken. WosrD. or Gripe IU i Sue
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
wOf nOy ra.. rklraca, liaimi, yark.
ntl I WBAW amis to l lui To'jacco Uabiu
Estate of John H. Wining, deceased.
The undernlirued bavin been nnDointed ad.
minlKirutor of the estate of Jouu H. WiuinK.
Uie of the county of Kock -ZaUnd. state
of Illinola. deci !. hereby gives notice that
he will apiivar before Uj eonntv ojurt of
Rock Wand i'uuii! v. at the county court room
In the city of Cx-k NUncl. at tbe Jul? term,
on the first Monday; in Julv neit. at w hich
time uH person bavinjr ciaiins nitauil said
estate are notiried anil rcotiesred to attend,
for the purMsr of having the same jidjuste'di
All persons im'.i-bteil to said est a:e are re
quested lo make iininetliaie pajaieut to tlie
Uated this iMth d 1,? of Ma?. A. D. ISOT.
Hu.H.iHU S. Sn.vis, Administrator.
St ite or Illinois, 1
County of Kock Islund. 1
In the circuit court. In chaivcrv- tn . iuv
term A. I. lMfiS. ufli soli r..i ',. t :...:-
enj No. ;..
t'rank V. l!locLlini;pr. compla'n.mt. vs. Jtcx,h
... i..iM-nmiKer. jouu i nioebliiifer. Iouisa
r.Uchn-na. Kred Hlnchliner. (icorse Ilelir
ens Anna Hehrens. Louis achron.s. reward
IUblC notice Is herein- eivon Ihn h
of a decree of the iTii c iil court of lid couuty
entered Miiv IC. ism. in the above emiilcii
cause, autliorii- e aad nmpoarerini.' the under
sit'iied. as uilmi'iistrntor ot the aimeTed of
the estate of Joseph I,. Hl.iehliiiL'er. ileccHsed
to sell Iht r:lt isl:ili u-i'liOi., P,
hereinafter ileserilied. aud all the estate, title
mill Interest therein whereof the said Josenh
U HloeulinL'er. tlcceiMid. died seiri-d in fee
simple, the titider-iiued will, oa the Wh dav of
Julv. A. I ISjs. al the hour of two i ) o clock
in., at therorn tloor of Ibe court house in
the city of hock Kl-tnd in saul eonni-
ortcr for sile. to the hiit est liitidi r. the fol
low inir tract of land. ith the iionurlenanee
in said eitv. described as lollows: "
1 lie west half of lot. number six n'.i in block
numbertwo r.'i.m that part of said city known
as Chicago or Lon er sunlirtoii. hu.i ail the es
tate, tide and Interest therein of the ;om
plabuim anJ deten'l;mt above Lamed, and
each of them, and all th-i e.taie. title and i,i-
t crest therein wherof I he mid Joseph U
llhH'lilin'.'er. deceased, died M.-!',ii in lesiu.
i cntis of sale. e.th H hand.
Koek Island. Illinois. June Is-jiS.
FKN.i V. Hl III.IM.KII.
Administrator wilh Hie will a-inexed of the
estate 01 Joseph L lllochliiijier. UeeeiHed.
I'ulli ation Notice.
S. R. Kena-ori!iy, Solicitor.
State of Illinois. 1
Eock island County. 1
In the County Court. June term A. D , 1SS8.
'eliliou to sell rcii ei.t.:!e lit tiav flebis
J. Henry l.uiot rs. ailmiuihtrator iit the, asm'
L- 1 .1. 1- .. T
i riirnnrH iT-tiiijtT. lieoeiisoa. vs Lofa
Ilisnliofl. John Sei,.onier. Joooph Sehrimd
Iiauiel Kehroh'er. I.o'iti enroi'dor. Kied
Sehroeiler. and ."tiiiuiie tioeser. Joseph Drel
ler. Ilarlmra Kpp. Huco Vol. Itonat Deok
ert. I,eopold sichroeder. .losnph behnicdefc
ppolotua Hari:nami. Alois hcuroeder. Anail
Sehroeder. Maria Anna Vol. Horta lirelxler.
Ferdinand Sehroeder. Alois Sehroeder,
IjneliH Seb-ocder. Herman ehroeder. and
Hosa Sehroeder. Hans Joouk. Waiter Harms,
the unknowr. heirs o.' Frederick Kramer and
the uul.tiown owners of lots ten 1 10) and
eleven (III In We.ithcrhead's additkiu lo the
city of Koek Islnul.
Aflidavit of tion re-.lilenei of Tliri, iTiveh,-,
Joseph I'reixler. liarba' a Kaon, lle.ao Voiz.
Uonai Beckert. Ia'op.ilit hch'oeder. Joseph
Sehroeder. ApDolutua Hartin:iin. lnis
Sehrowlcr, Ann.t Sehroeder. iMaru Anna Voli.
Herta IircUli-r. Ferdinand tSehroeder. Alois
Rehroerter. I'meiie !eh"-oeuor. Henuan
Sehroeder. Kosa Sehrmder. the unknown
heiisi of Frederick Kramer, deceased, aud the
unkow n owners of lots teu 1 IOi and eleven (.1)
in Wcaihei head's uiltiition t-i the city 01 Koek
Island, defendants above natm!. havinLf been
hied in the obice of the clerk of the county
court of Mock Island county, notice is bereov
Klvcn 10 the said Dora Hi-oliofT, Joseph breix
ler. Harhara Uapp. Huso Vol., Dox-lt noclicri.
Leopold .sehroeder. Joseph Sehroeder, Aipo
Ionia flar'.niann a lois Sehroeder. Auu:t
Sehnieder. Maria Auua Vol:. Herta llreixler.
Keruiuand Seiirootier. A.ols Sehroe.b-r. Kme-
lle Sehroeder. Herman Srliroerter. Koaa
Sehroeder.' the unknown heirs of Frederick
Kramer, deceased, and the utiknown owner
of lots ten (IOi aud eleven ill) in Weather
head's addition to the city of Hock lslai.1.
that the aid plaintiff J. Henri- Udders, a I-
ministrator of the twtateof Frederick Kramer,
deceased, has tlltd bw petition in the said
eotfhty court of Koek lslaml Ciiuntv for an
order to sell the premises bclonffinz to the
estate 01 said deceased or so much of ir as
may he needed to pay the detusiof sa d de
ceased, and described as follows. 10-wil:
Its ten Hi)) and eleven (II 1 in Weather
head addition to the eity of Hook Nlnnd. and
that a summons has been issued out of said
court attains! you returnable at the June
term. A IV I;, of said court, to be holden on
the first Monday of June. l iss. at the
couri house in the city of Rock Island, in the
county of Rook Island. Illinois
Now unless you. the said Dora Hlsehof Jo
seph DretxJer. Harhara Uapn. Huito Voir..
Donal lleckert. Leopold Sehroelcr, Joseph
Sehroeder. Appoloma Hartmatn. Alois
Seiirocder. A una Sehroeder. Mria anna
Volr Herta Dreixler. Ferdinand Sehroeder.
Alois Sehroisler Emelie Sehroeder. Herman
Sehroeder Kosa Sehroeder the unkown heirs
of Frederick Kramer and the unkiown own
ers of lots ten 1 Itfi and eleven 1 't 1 in Weather
head's addition o the citv of Book Island
shall personally be and apiear before said
county court of Hock Island ooumv. on ihe
first day of a term thereof, to be holden at the
citv of tiock Island, in sjid county, on the
flrsi Monday of June. A. H. ts;is. and plead,
answer or demur to the said complainant s
petition filed therein, the same and 1 he ma' -ten
nnd thimrs therein char.-ed and stated
w ill be tukeu as confe-ed. and a decree en
tered asalnst you according to the prayer of
iioek Island. Illinois, May 3,
HJ.M.M4.R KoHi.ru. Clerk.
S. R KKNwoRTnv. C jiiiplaiuant Solicitor.
Mott's Nenerins Pills
& . i
I id lion ail a
diseases of the
C.-nrra ti -.v no
MuiiJv.Hwiuu gim of either
Jtx, such . Nervous Prostritioo, Failing or
lost rilinniitvL Immfjnrv. fJ:nlfw Fma.
-ton, Youthful Errors. Mental Worry,
cesstve uw of Tobacco or Opium, which
le-4 to Constnption and latantty. JlJDO
per box by 6 boxes for JSJM.
For f ale by M. F. Bhwen. dnifgirU eornar
'oa.-tb avasaa and Twesuath itrMU
II d CATHARTIC
War Revenue Bill Goes Through
Without Delay by a Vote
of 154 to 107.
CCJimEIfCE KEPOET 13 ADOPTED.
Snmmary of the Change Made in the Bill
' It WH Become a T.aw Senate
Ameadnicnts Win as a General Thing
rrnvUinn for Silver Coinage anil That
Putting a Tax ou llonr Mixed with
"Washington. June 10. The house
agreed to the conference report on the
war revenue bill by a vote of 1S4 to 107.
The Republicans who voted against the
adoption of the conference report were:
Prewster, Henry of Connecticut, Hill,
Littauer and Mclntlre. The Democrats
who voted for the report were: Cum
mings, Driggs, Fitzgerald, aicAlcer and
"Washington, June 10. The conference
report on the war revenue bill was sub
mitted to the house yesterday afternoon.
The house acotrts these senate provis
ions: Allowing rebate of T'-i per cent,
on sale of stamps fur fermented liquors,
insttad of 5 per cent., as provided l r
the h;iust. Imposing special taxes, etc..
with an amendment striking out insur
ance agents, and also making the- tax as
to theatres apply i.-r.ly to cities, ex-reeding
2.-1.000 population. The amendment
striking out the hr,se provision impos
ing a special tax 1 on retail tobacco
dcaiers. The i revision relating to
stamp taxes on liff Insurance
pf.lici"S, but reduced to 8 cents for eaoh
$100 of insurance to be paid only oroe,
et the ineeptii.n of the polity, and a cor
responding reduction on weekly pay
ment insurance. The proprietary med
icine and perfumery amendments of the
senat- with a reduction of the tax of
about one-third. The senate amend
ment providing that starr.rs may b
affixed on medicinal articles beK1 in
Ptock. ns when ru' h articles are sold
by the retailer.
The Tax on the Itig Trusts.
The senate ami ndir.ents- imposing an
exoiKetax of one-foimh of I per cent, on
corpora tiers refining sugar r petro
leum, measured by their gross receipts
excedii.g Si'f.O.COo: and also the senate '
amendment imposing a stamp tax of 1
cent on the sp.Ip of each sleeping and
parlor tnr ticket sold by the eompacy
issnlng the same: and also the sen.it
!ega y and inheritance tax. The hou;-e
rcci'd's from its tnnrage tax provision.
Senate amendment is accepted Impr.Ring
a duty of 1ft cents per pound on imported
tea, with ai amendment providing that
the duty shall tr.ke offer t on the passage
of tbe ait. r.s is the senate ameiwlmcnt
relating to rrlxod Hour will; a substitute
embodying the bill on thf same subject
ns ret-ej ted by the oommitt'.e on ways
and means-Tawrey bill.
Senate Ueoedi'S oil Silver.
The s.Miate r codes fnun its ce Itiage of
the silver ?eii;nirnfH nrj(Uidje,nt. and
a substitute is agreed feo sitiiply au
thorizing end d.'rjeoti", g the coinage of
rot less than 1.5d0.0(-0 silvsr dollars per
month from the silver bullion held in
the trea ury, such silver dollars to be
applied as provided by the act of July
14, 1S1-0. The bend provision is ametioed
to make thr amount of Imnds issuable
JH'fl.OOO.oeo. The following prnvirion has
been added to the bond provision: "Fro
vided. further. That any portion of any
Ifsue of said bf.nds not subs'erib.'d for
ns above provided rray be (lisruistd of
by tbe s. n otary of tile tnasury at r-ot
less than par under such regulations as
be may prescribe, but no commissions
shall b allowed or paid thereon: and a
puin not oxcptf.ir.g one-tenth of 1 per
ctntum of the ariiount of the bomjs and
cettificati'S hor-ln authorized is hereby
appropriated cut of any rnoney in the
tnasury not other ise appropriated to
pay the expersp nf preparing, advertis
ing and issuing the fame.'
AfTF.PIF.O II Y THK SF.SATOns.
Some of the Few t'nccionn Tliat Were
Made to the House.
The senate accept these house pro
visions: Flaring the increased tax on
fermented Honors Mured in warehouses,
the certificate of IniVMedncss and loin
provision of Ote how with a reduction
of th amount of bends authorized to
!-p,6.fWO,009. Th htiuse n-oepted the sen
atv tales on cigars and (Hirai: t"S. end
tbe renete B ceta the hnis ptdpositiiMi
itnposit g an additional tax on btwt-ks
on hand, but reducing thetax on auoh
stoi ks one ha'f. and excepting from its
oiierations storks not exceeding 1.000
pounds of -tohacou, 20.0U0 cigars, and
cigarettes. The house accents the Sec
aot amendment imposing a stamp tax
on all speculative sale on stock and
produce ex. barges. The senate accepts
the house exemption of receipis f.-oni
The senate recedes from its amend
ment imposing stamp taxes on articles
told under a trade mark or any name
or designation not open to general ue.
The substitute adopted for the senate
provision f r a tax n mixed flour, re
quires that p'-rsons engaged in making,
packir.c or repaiking mixed fl.;ur shall
pay a special tax at the rate of $12 per
annum, and the license grafted is to be
t-osted in accordance with the pro
visions of sections 3.212 and 3.23.9 ot the
revised statutes, the flr.es and p?naltieb
t) lie the same as imroed in those
rex tii r.s. Taey are required to mark
each package as mixed Hour, and it is
to b put tip only in oriuiTial packages.
In addition to tn? annual license a tax
of 4 cents per barrel Is levied upon all
rrixed fliur manufactured, sold or re
moved for sale. The same rate is pro
portionally levied n half barrels an4
On ef the most Important changes
in me urn maae oy ine senate and
ag'eed to by the house was the Imposi
tion of 10 cents a round on tea.
I.IVY.LY INCIDENT IN THE HOVSP.
(iiwTfnor Stalls Into Swanfii Ibr Heme
C litH-iama on the War.
i Washington. June 10. While tbe
house was discussing the war revenue
Mil yeste. "ay Swansnn of Virginia
made a degression into the conduct of
the war. I'e rery vigorousijr dissent
from any inclination to turn the war
Into one of agression to end with thla
country koldlng great colonial posses
sions. The suggestion that Porto Rico
I and the Philippines should be held, he
declared, was. vicious. He then attacked
the bond and other features of the bill.
i.oiaoiy me tobacco taxes, and next
took occasion to criticixe the adminis
tration in its conduct of the war, anJ
particularly did he antagonize the pend
ing bill as conductive to interests of
monopolists and. the very rich.
The speech brought frim Gronvenor
an Impassioned and highly sensational
re.iK.nse. "Had Sa.casta, had Blanco,
had Cervera, been given th oppor
tunity to make a speech on tWfs oc
casion, they would not have makle so
Incendiary an appeal against the prose
cution of this war as the gentl. man
frcn Virginia has uttered. I denounce
his unpatriotic purposes; I denounce his
unpatriotic and untruthful utteram-es."
A laugh was created in the midst of the
Ohioan's terrific tirade when he referred
to the battleship Oregon as having re
cently "sunk a Confederate torpedo
boat." He explained the mistake by the
"unp?.triotism of the gentleman from
Swanson in reply said: "The only
reason I can give for the unfair, unjust,
unpatriotic and untrue personal attack
upon me is that the speaker is in such
condition that he does not know wheth
er h? is fighting the Confederate or
Spanish forces." He declared his belief
that the Ohio member would never have
made the "brutal attack had he been
Griisvenor denied having referred to
the latter's district as "contemptible."
and said he had used the word "con
testable." This declaration was greeted
by hisses and general protests from the
Democrats and corroborative expres
sions from the Republicans. He de
noumel Swanson's insinuation that he
fOrosvenor) was not sober, as a weap
on "wbtc h no honorable opponent would
use" in a debate such as the one in con
gress. The Democrats Jeered and the
Repubiitans applauded the denuncia
tion. A very strong effort will be made to
secure a vote in the senate today bofore
adjournmcr.t on the war revenue bill so
that it mav go to the president this
week. Many t-enators believe that the
effort will be successful.
MAKING IT A REAL "WAR.
Twoopa to Take a Hand in the Itaker-Uuw-asril
' Louisville, June 10. Governor Brad
Icy yesterday afternoon ordered out fifty
members of the reserve state guard and
suit them under the oommttid of As
sistant Adjutant General Walter For
rester to London. Ky., from whence
they will march to Clay county, where
the P.aker-H.iward feud is in progress.
The troi ps were ordered out by Gover
nor Pradby upon the urgent reconi
n.. relation of County Judge Pn.wn. of
lay county, who says that great loss
of life may follow if the feud is not
promptly suppressed and order re
stored. Score on the Diamond.
Chioago. June 10. Records at base
ball by League clubs yesterday wene:
At New York Chicago 1", New York 8: J
at Hot-'bsn Cincinnati 5. Boston 6: at
Brooklyn Cleveland 11, Broilyn 2; at
AVahiruJton I'j-Usburg 1, Washington
9; at Pt:i!uiielHl Pt. Ixuris 2. Dhila
dollHt a; at Baltimore Louisville C,
Western League: At Minneapolis
Indianapolis 4. Minneapolis 1; at St.
Paul Milwaukee 5, St. Paul 1: at Kan
Fas City Detroit 1, Kansas City 11; at
CMriigo Cmicrewsiiiunl Nominations.
Chicago, June 10. Congressional dis
trict conventions were held by the Re
publicans in Cnok county yesterday as
follows: First. district, James R. Mann
Second. William li. Lorimer: Third.
Hugh R. Belknap: Fifth. George K
White; Seventh. Gporge K. Foss. Reso
lutions were adopted in every district
praising the acts of the national admin
istration, especially in the war wifh
Viain. All the men were renominated.
Hartley Must lo Ills Time.
Lincoln, Neb.. June 10. The twenty
ye.nr penitentiary sentence of ex-State
Treasurer Joesph S. Hartley was yes
terday affirmed by the supreme cnurt.
Hartley was convicted of stealing JSiO,
000 state funds.
Judge Peter S. Grosscup. of Chicago,
has been appointed dean of the North
western university law school.
Practically complete returns from ev
ery county in Oregon except four give
Geer (Rep.) a plurality of 9,226.
Michael Raimonn. of Oshkosh, Wis.,
was killed by the bursting of a pulley
which struck him on the head, fractur
ing the skull.
Wilhehnlna SehneH. of "Heimthal"
(Home Valley), Manitowoccounty, Wis.,
will be 105 years old if she lives until
Mrs. Albert Burgner. of Tustin, Green
Lake county. Wis., hanged herself. She
was 33 years of age. and leaves a hus
band and several children.
The president granted a pardon to
Captain John D. Hart, now serving a
sentence of two years for Violating the
United States neutrality laws.
Mauriie K. Caesy, of Alpena. Mich.,
convicted of trying to murder his wife,
was sentenced by Judge Kelley to twenty-five
years In Marquette prison.
The American Medical association has
decided to hold its neatt annual conven
tion at Columbus. O. Dr. Joesph M.
Mathews, of Louisville, Ky., was elected
It cost Winnebago county. Wis., Just
J146 for one day's session of the county
board, which convened for the side pur
pose of finding out who was to Le the
Miss Evangeline Ccssio, who escaped
from a Spanish prison in Havana sev
eral morass ago. was married at Wash-
; isgtnn te Cartas F. Carlsjnell, who as-
sited in her rescue.
First Assistant Prstmaster General
Heath fays that in a single day at Camp
Alger while there wera only ll.KMtroopx
there 7.00 monea- orders were Lsued to
them to be sent home.
Bishop Mesemer. Roman Catholic, tit
Wisconsin, who is bow tn Rome, has Is
I sued an order that flowers must he re
I moved from the caskets of the dead be
J fore brought inty ehnrch.
I Thousands of dead fish line the shores
, of Berrien lake, near Xiles. Mich., their
dtutth being due to some substance
placed in the lake, or the uw of dyna
mite by unscrupulous fishtraiet.
, vicious wiscoNsnr burglars.
Knt Satisfied with Hobliery They Are Also
Reekie of M urdcr.
RithfioU'. Wis.. June 10. The store
and salcon of Ernest Fohwamb was
burglarized at about 2 o'clock in th
; morning ard considerable goods taken.
'After the burg"ais secured thrir plunder
they pour?d oil on the Moor and set the
lruiMir.g on tire. The proprietor was
awakened by the fleat and smike in
his norn and had to escape in his nisht
ilothes. The fire spread to other build
ings and before the blaze was under
rcr.tr .1 fottr buildir.gs had bean do
The loss Is estimated at flP.OTO. with
JH.fCO ir.rurance In West llend and Polk
Insurance company and South German
ti.wn Mutual company. While citizens
were working at th fire the burglars
broke into the store of William Lauben
heimir. but got nothing. The burglars
were last seen at South Gonr.antow p..
The sheriff and a poss? of citizen: are
TALKED ABQUTTHE STATE.
Historical Cnitvrnllou the Feature of the
Ha.lgrr sciiii-Criitt'iitilal. .
Madison, Wis., June 1-J. The f. ature
of th celebration yerterday was the
historical conventi, n held in the P.-es-byt
r'nc church, beginning at 9:U0 a. m.
J hn Johnston, of Milwaukee, i resi
dent cf the State Historical society,
presided, and on T.eil the convention
with brief remarks. Fifteen-minute
historical atblressps. n-pre-entir.g seven
distinctive section, were piss.'nted by
V,'. V.'. V.'iqht. of Milwuukee. on "T1j
Michlfin Ijike S'-.or?;" A. A. Ji.kso;i.
Jane: ville. "South Centra! Wi.ciisin :"
IV. O. G. I.lbby, of the riatp university,
"West Wisconsin." A. J. Turner, of
Portage. "Central Wisconsin:" K. R.
Hicks. Oshkosh. "Fox River Valley;"
T. J. Ctintiinghpni. Chippewa Falls.
"Njorth Central Wisi-ons'n;" Dr. Ed.vln
Ellis, Ashland. ' Lake Superior B It."
YELLOW FEVER IN KlIsiSSIPPL
Seven Canes ltrport.il at M. Henry. Which
Jackson. Miss., June 1t. Genet al J. V.
Hunt.'r, secretary of the state board of
health, gave the Arenciated Press the
follov ir.g statement at Id: So o'clock last
night: "It having been n ported to m
by Dis. Haralson and Felk -s. sanitary
inspec tors of this beard, '.bats cn art
of yellow fever cxi-a at Mi ll-i-.ry. Mb'.,
1 hereby tlcclaic the town of Jlellmry
In quarantine umli r the charge of Dr.
on. who will observe the quaran
tine and s-iaitary rules and r'gula
t i . ns adopted by this b iar.1.
' llniiee ami Senate in tlrie f.
Wa-hinglon, June M. At yesterday's
Session cf the fenute Curler said the
ship ov. tiers on the Pniitic eoa?t bad
lit i n endeavoring to K1 up the- govoin
mnit and oou pei it tn pay inordirate
ard extotUc riate charges fir shir, to he
u:-"d to transport troois to the Philip
pines. Perkins ilcBiicl the Ftatcnunt.
The "omnlhus claim bill." currying,
si metbing over JS.OOOftO, forty private
pension bills, ar.d several measures fioin
the general calendar were passd.
After five hours devoted to the con
sideration of the Mil to enable volunteer
sobiiers to vote in cemetessional elec
tions, without final ae lion, the confer
ence rftporj upon the war revenue bill
was presenieiTto the house. A night
sion was held, ar.el nfter three hours'
de bate the war revenue bill was passed
154 to 107. The bouse adjourned at
11:23 p. m.
Han il'Or Has the I '.crura.
Cincinnati. June 10. Hun d'Or's mile
find a half in 2:2i''a with 111 pounds up
on Latenin track in the Derby yester
day, beating Plaudit. Is the n-cord for
a 3-year-old. The best previous per
fi rmance by a 3-year-old was Lamp
lighter's mile and a half at Monmouth
park in 2:3-'i with 109 pounds. Ruokwa
holds the record for the distance, with
his mile and a half at Oakland. Cnl.. in
1S.7. in a:3i'i. but as a 6-car-old he
carried only lu.1 pounds.
C'hiraffo tiraiu and Produce.
Chicago, June 9.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade: Wheat July, opened
Uc. closed 87V..: September, opened 77S.C,
closed 7ijsic; December, opeiir-d f.Tc.
closed 74V'. Corn July, opened 32c.
closed K'Jc; September, opened ui.d
closed r.:'o. Oats July, opened unci
closed 2',-: SeptcmbT, opened 2,'o,
closed 21c. pork July, opened $10.32'-.
olose-d 10.r.7,i: September. opened
flO.a'J'i. closed Jlfl.3.1. Ird July.opened
$Ti.!5. closed Jfi.t'0; September, e, r.ed
$ti.i".i. closed $.10.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
lS',4c per Tb: extra dairy, 13c; fresh
packing stock, !i!il0c. Eggs Fresh
stock. 8'jc per doz. Live Poultry
Turkeys, Sic per lb; chickens, 7'.,c:
ducks, 6'f?S,ic. Potatoes-old, common
t- choice. 4hco"o per bu: new. $1 .5fi 1 73
per sack. Strawberries Illinois, "c&
$1.0 per 24-qt case: Michigan, 7Sf:'0c
per lS-qt case.
Chicago Live tM-k.
Chicago, June 9.
Hugs Estimated rceipts for the day,
IS.tedO: sales ranged at- $2.6r.t it.Wi for
pigs. $..:.Ct 4.10 for Hwht. tu.Wtfi.t.-.ifj for
rough packing. :!..' 4. 1 5 for mixed, and
I4.0.i4L-o lor heavy packir.g and ship
ping lots. Ottle Estimated ree-eipts
for the day. lO.!!: quotations ranged at
$r,.(:r,j;.4fl for ch'i'-e to extra steim
$1 C'ci r..on for goeid to choice do.. $4.3ot
4.75 for fair to good. 4f0i4(4S common
to medium do., $4.ueiti4.:A, buw-hers'
steers. 4.0Ci4." for wesstern steers,
ttoo'oltn stce k- rs. $11'?t".00 feed-rs.
$J.f.0'i4 35 cews. $3.2iir4.70 heifers. $2.70
fii 4 23 bubs. xn and stags. $1.CP4 43
Te-tas steers, and $4.7!ihi.4u veal calves.
Sheep and I .amies Estimated reselpts
for the day. 14.0ii: quotsetlors ranged
at J.LIie.ftl.TO westerns, $3.10i4.7S na
tives. U10?,35 lambs,' and $6.ry &7.00
Hay-Tiniothy. f 10312; wild, $10.
1 'ot at 00 -Rfefr ARC
Ilutier-Fair lo choice, tic, freJi crcainerr,
Chicken-! per dozen.
C-jal Soft. Inc.;
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fe-d steem
4Si.-- cows and heifers yj3'ic; caive
Sheep i-4t4 .c.
Spr.DK Urub a bead.
CASTOR I A
For Iofajiti and Children.
The Kind Yon Hare Alwajs E:.ght
ting tli S tomachs and Dowls oC
uauuma ... -
nessand Rret.contains ndtlicr
Oprum.Morpbinr; nor 5acrjl
A perfect Remedy forConlipa
tion, Sour Stoii&ch.Diiirrtoca
Worms .Convutsions .Kcvrrish
ncss and Loss of Sixei.
TacSimite Signature of
LXACT COPY CF WRAPrCR.
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Tmli-rs Ins. (Vi., - - 1i'u-:i";ei. III.
rr.iein Ins. Co. - I'liil ieli Iplii.-t. I'a.
Ho, kf.el'l' Ins. Co. - lt.H klolel. 111.
Seouritv Iu. Co. - New Haven, ('nun.
Male Ins. Co. ... Koi kfciicl, 111.
' O.T.e-e. Ilooru J. llwfonl l-l.M-k It.itcs
. us low as cjusisicl.l a lib securiiy.
J. '. Buford,
The old Fire and
Time-tried l om
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Kates as low as any
can altorej Yenr
patronage Is aolic
itcd. A. D.HUESING,
Represents the follow hj well
known fire and Aodient Inmr
anc Com panic:
rfeieLesierflenna'i Iua Co
ltuilieloGcnnaii " ,
I lerniao Fire
...Koehostor. N V
Ileiffalo. N V
....Manchesu-r. N II
Fidelity awl Casualty
Offlm comet ElghtMmUi aim and
Stjoond BTtjoaa, aejoond floor.
C R. CHAM6ERLIN,
' I INSURANCE )
3 i AGENT
For tha FoUowlng Savfa
Traders In. Co Chicago
Pruvidcnee WaahlcKluo In Co , Protklence
imperial Ina Co Loudon
( alandonlan Ina. Co Ldinrmrf
LntrlLsb-Amerlcan Ins. Co .
Liverpool and Korwalk
Pacific Ina. Co New York
Home Mutual Ina. Co as Francisco
0o4 Uoom 10 Ultchell A Lynda t
Blook, Tolepkost No. 1030.
Haw yon Sore Throat, plmplea, Copper-
txiored ape)', Acaes. ttu Sons, Uloera In
Month. Halr-ralUnr? Writ Cook Ksmkdt
Co., W0 Masonic Tipple, Chlcaco, iil, for
proof ot cures; -apitaL 1500,000. Wont
cw cured tn 19 to 85 dajt. 100-nac
III llll II II II lwf II f..l
Tot Irfasts and Children.
Tfis Kind You Have
scr rT.. ci.ist tr esn em
THE TBAVELERS' GUIDE.
pHifacoa met isLANuTrAariiTiuiX.
s ty Tie krti ran aa pcrchaafel Of aaryacs
cbcrke-1 at R 1 V IweoiveU a 'rot tjeient.or
O K I ek P Cepot, comm Ptlih aoae ao4 Thlrty
8 rat treat, Frank U riuiamar, Acaak
Ileovif L m tnd (timiaH,.
Fc Worth Ik over A K C.
Orpa a and INa aieitnea....
tilaistis a MiteM awlia.. ..
Ktoshe) He M,1m. III ..
laiabaA M uinrapiellti Ex
Itetjvsr. inroln A Omaha.
fiuiaht k lie iie r
llln.ilia A' le-nvT
h'i l-lnoel ft Unr a Ac
.. x:nr, am! itfaia
.. fe.-oft anilt:t ta
.. 4 l:Wia' s:s.ta
. t'l'aa. l:epta
. rettirtAam S:4naa
.. ":iaai! X'Wiia
.. Il:.m I If ata
.. :eeacn s:eoai
.. a !J.eii k: ,.ta
..'MO Ml i'e Mlp
.. 4 s'.i ;nn a ,li pm
.. f:eanilt S UOeia
.. e am I0 aeitita
St fanlA Mmoeaistla. ...
Uetiye-r. t Worth K 4'...
tKao.a city A t J eph .
tKoca eand A Ws,hli.jloo
( birafti A Itx Moinea. .. .
II Hi nail '0aiB
l?.ep9 4:A a
Kora llnl A mean arran pm T ) aat
hock liand A B ootlya Ac. ti'p. pmt t Wa
Arrival. Drpartore. Jtlally. a leapt Hundar.
All olbem dalle. Te'rphoiio KM
Snnelay ermine a Hnbman eleenae talll ha at
the .etrt after II : . whith mill kaa fur Chl
cac at I a. ra. Wondsy.
DUkUNi.TOM RetT-C B eft 7 BXAfte
IJ way Depot Pin rauu aa llxteacta
alreat. al J Tooi f. Arenu
8tL., "rriufflcltl. Peorl.
Bur gair. yia MonaooUi
CU'rarn. aierltt (, ijlinioa
Paor a. Iti a-detnwa. Bar
llnirinn. D t4W....
St. Hani A Mtoieraporlei ....
sterile,-. C It.ton A llorraiaa
Bt. I. . keniu I -es fkM.M
7. -00 !$: bat
t T:4a S:el0pw ' '
T Mipa S:loaa
. sopta t S:40pa
A Par Cia-t yti Waleh'r 7 -t5 pra W
-uae f . T jaoy ciotM aaielay.
Onieinn uttwicvee m. mm
wsy-hariaa A aosihaeatera biyialoa-.
Depot Tven'leth frect, bwtea rirat and astooad
aranuas. L H Ureor, AfeaU
TRAINS mva j A amy a'
Mall an Kxpreaa tm ata t;1M
l Paul Kxpreas.... : lt auaa
rreiKhtaud aeeonnaodtka amosa 'aeiaa
Dally except gutiday.
flUCK ISl.aND A MOB 'A RAILWAT
V bepct Pint Aveoaa and TwanUatA atraal.
StorAboaaa. Ja'l Tfcl AynU
TRAINS. Laara A aarra
eprlLlWiirtlucliiiiaU, Pea- '
ria. etc .. io.-tl n
Paona, Bpriiiffirkl, M Lonlai
,c: i- s-OSant $.40 pat
Any modatma Fat Prelfht 10:10 aa
piseria, Mprinctlrld. tliecm-
"'' "c l :4pra 11:1a a
Paotla Aooera Frelrht 7:10 pat I Mara
SharrarA Aeeoneneatlou... fcMiam 4-M n
Cable Arcomoda'ioa :$0m t i pa
Cawa and wirrafd Aaooai . I:yipi tA aa
riwrir trains leave C I A P (Mollb
ano) depot lea OS) alnatea aarHar taaa tlaa
deeo. Traitif acted a dally, all oiAar traiaa
daily airetet atnclay.
Sawed buildinj ston,
Ashlar and Trimming,
For cbespoen, dartbilitj nnd
Lesotj excelled by none. Thii
ttone does not wh or color the
will with alkali, etc Pinna sent
ni for eitimatei will receive,
careful attention and ba returned
promptly at onr aipenie.
Querriea IS mllea from Rock
Island on tba C, 11. A 'J. B. E.
Trains Kos. ft and 10 will stop
and let visitors off aad on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Pbutos of
buildingt can ba seen at Room
So. 13. Mitchell & Lynda's build
ARTHUR BUKBALL, Manager
Uock Island or Colon a, LL '