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THE AP?17S,-fLVTUBPAr--J UKJjM 2 ,1898--.
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N C. OOBSBI4.T. k. O. OOWBKLLT.
CONNKLIA & COMIELLT,
Attorneys at La.
Mwj loaned. OfBoe over Thomas'
drat store, oor. HeouOd arenas u4
O. I. ANDERSEN,
Real totale. Loan, ImiruM ut
Rn" m 6, Iluford block.
ALEX H. LIDDEKS.
Attorney et Law.
Money loaned on poor! seeiirltv: no
t rv put He. Over l"li Second avenue,
J At KHUN WUKdl,
una la Soak iaa4 Meuoaat iwi
WM. L. LUUULPh.
Mosey o Loan, Qeaerel Leal Bust
lt, Notary Puntle l" eeanei
sue Hnford bkMfc.
u as-t a b. eataee
HWKKNKI A vVALrKh,
-- im Oowaeeuora i
(Mia Ik MwmM Woua
UHAtiLKi- J. SEAR K,
OouueaUor as law. ' tMtoa la our .
MuKMKlf. A MciKMMt
laa auoeef uc irnnMiunii uu
eolleatlooa. Kefarer.se Mltabed
Lynda, bankers Olbee s,.en-i
CHAS. H HUBBBLL.
Attune- at Law Justloa ol Uia
Offlon Id Ma O't HalL T-lerhooe Mo.
I U FIRST, M. D.
Physician ana Sarcena.
Ph ma i oa IM7. Offloa, tS Tail
tletn street. Otnos Hour: 10 to K a.
to ; t to 4 end 7 to 8 p. m. Sunday, IN
to 30 a ol; I.Mtotp m.
DR. CORA EMERY HEED,
Special attention to disease of wom
en and children, also diseases of are,
ear, nos and throat. Office hours
.to to 12 a. m . I to 4 p. m. til Six
teenth street, Kock L ana.
DS. S. U. MILLER,
Veterinary Surf eon and DeoUaV
All illtfupi of horse and cattle
treated oa approved principle. Sur
gical operation performed inasclen
line manner lo(ts treated All ealla
pmmctiT aitendeu to. Residence, IKe
Fifth avenue. Telephone 1 oa IW7.
t ffloe and Infirmary, I Aid Ml Fifth
avenue (j sines M sucker a stable,) op-
J poult e No. I tire house.
C. L. HILVlbV
Over h-wl A Math a. 114 Seeuaa a-w-
DK. C. W. GRAFTON,
Itonms 13 and IV Mitchell ft Lynda ,
hoiMing om.f hourn from S to 12 a m. ,
and I to 6 p. m.
Araaitceu and SuperUitendaata.
tat rio-iara a d Daa aa at. al KUMa
t1M ara, iaf aeo 4 aaM. law
tev-a tb yea wbeMee yna e-athne 1lm
pervp-ktilliiC tum hahtt. ?tOT-ltal 1
r-m.iv ia .t-a.rtar wan. wmm 1
f.l a-r-il.treM P'aic(43H
bi, pariAa th- Mi4 tmTM I a aViA4
e mrt Irat m n W! 4 1 fl I APia bote
make na Troocj Till al3od 0a.ra
i- k-n b. wrwVTll U I ILMTw, .iTTif
TJilV LywT an drntxtst. via
fj-t P 1 1 f tll Torh fora-. T It lb
-avVJ MJ" ll.ptVfit.. BrHtriiUT a.at
n kTil ' 'oil-rare; 3tNikt:4,
ff aar-jiirt4iriir.or-r-rna.i bmi,
SuWribv for The Akuira.
MUNYON'S GREAT FIGHT.
EaUaeatlr ceaafal la BattllaaT
with Olaeaae- of All KlaAa.
Pmfeasor Mtinyon ! trlnnlng fMh
frltimpha eh day. From all part of the
rivllln-d world come word of gladneia
from thoae who have beei r Tired.
I'liyxl'lans tliemiu'lTes admit that Man
yon' new systifu of enrlne dl-eae la the
most rational of any yet discovered. It la
aa far Id advance of the old method aa an
electric light I- beyond a tallow dip.
II uny on guarantees that his Rheumatism
Cure will cure nearly all ca?es of rheuma
tism In a fi-w hour: that his Dyspepsia
Cure will cure Indlpewtlon and all stomach
trouble: that bis Kidney Cure will cure
! per cent, of all casea of kidney trouble;
that hl Catarrh Cnre will cure catarrh no
matter bow long standing: that his Head
ache Cure will cure any kind of headache
In a few minutes; that his Told Cure will
quickly break up any form of cold, and so
on tbrongh the entire list of his remedies.
Guide to Henlth and medical advice abso
lutely free. Prof. Munvoo. 1501 Arch at,
Philadelphia. . -.
Administrator's Notice. ,
Estate of John H. Wining, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of John 11. Wining,
lute of the cu.in'y of Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the county court of
Kock Lslund county, at the county court room,
in the city of Hock Island, at the July term,
on tbclirst Monday in July next, at which
time ail persons baring claims against said
estate are notified and reo, nested to attend,
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All pcrsous indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this lath day of May. A. D. 1ho,
Ki uakiiS. Silvis, Administrator.
State of Illinois. i
County of Roc!; Island, f1
In the circuit c mr:. in chancery, to the May
term A. I). l.is. Hill to sell real estate. Gen
eral No. .
Prank W. Mochllagcr. complii'nant, vs. Joseph
A. Moolilinjrcr. John L. hlochlinger, Louisa
F. Ilchrciis. Kr.-d Iiloehllnger. Ucorge llehr
ens. Anna Bebrens. Louis tlchreo, ICdward
l'ulilic notice is hereby given, that by ritue
of a decree of ths circuit court of sala county
entered Ma; 111. sjs. in the above entitled
cause, authoriii g and empowering the under
signed, as administrator ol the will annexed of
the es-ate of Josup'a U Hl jchllager. deceased,
to sell the real estate, with the uppurtenaoc.es.
hereinafter described, and all the estate, tiile
and Interest therein whereof the said Joseph
L. I 'I'Htbliuger. deceased, died seized, in fee
simple, the undersiiriied will, on IfceBth day of
July. A. 1. ikiis. at the h-wr of two it) o'clock
p. m . at the I o.-t door of the co in louse in
the city of t.'ock Island, in said county,
offer f.ir s le. to the nig e-t bldrt r. the fcl
lowlng tr:ic, of hind with the appurtenances,
la sniu city described as follows:
The west half ot lot number six (t in block
number two ui.in that p irt of said city known
as Chicago or I owcr a iditlon. md uli the es
tate, title and interest therein or the com
plainant an I dcfend-iti's a'Mr.e named, and
each of them. a:id u tb e tate. title and in
terest therein wherof the said Joseph L.
lilochlinger. decca-.ed. died seized in fee sim
ple. Terms of sale, cush in hand,
ltock Isluud. Illinois. June 4. Isufl.
FkANK W. HlH Ill.tNUEK.
Administrator with the will annexed of the
es;atc of Joseph L. Ill j.-hliuger, deceased.
8. R. Keuwortby, Solicitor.
State of Illinois t
Rock Island County f
In the County Court June term, A. 0,108.
Petition to scU real estate to pay debts.
J. Henry Lidders. administrator of the est at
of Frederiek Kramer, deceased vs !Xra
Rischofl. John Sehroeder. Joseph Schroeder
Daniel richroeder. Louis bebroeder. Fred
Sehroeder. aad Minnie (ioeser. Joseph Dreix
ler. Barbara Kapp. Hugo Vol, Doout Beek
ert. Iopold Sehroeder. Josuph tsehroeder,
ppolohi.1 li.irlmaun. Alois richroeder. Anna
Sch'oeder Maria Anna Voir.. Herta Drelxier.
Ferdinand Sehroeder. Alois bohrocder.
Kiueliu Sehroeder. Herman r chrocder. inri
Rosa Sehroeder. Hans Joens. Walter Harms.
the unknown heirs of Frederick Kramer and I
the unknown owners of lots ten H0)-and
eleven 1 1 1 In W catberbcad s addition to the
city of Rock Island
Affidavit of nou-resldence of Dora BLseboff.
Joseph Hreixler llarbara Kapp. Hugo Vol,
Donat Heekert. LeotiolU Sehroeder, Joseph
Sehroeder Appolonia Hartmanu, alois
Sehroeder, Anna Sehroeder. Maria Anna. Voiz.
Herta Dreixler. Ferdinand Sehnwder. Alois
Sehroeder. Fjneiie ohroeder. Herman
Schroeder. Rosa Schrot-fler. the unknown
heirs of Frederick Kra'uer, deceased, and the
iinkown owners of lots ten (10) and eleven (-1)
In Weatherhcad's addition to the city of hock
Island, defendants above named, having been
hied in the office of the clerk of the county
court of Hoclc Island county, notice is hereby
given to the said Dora HischnS. Joseph Dreix
ler. llarbara Rapp. Hugo Vol- Donat Heekert.
Leopold Schroeder, Joseph Schroeder. Appo
Ionia Hartinann lois Sehroeder. Anna
Schroeder. Maria Anna Vols Berta Dreixler.
J-crdinand Rchroedrr. A lois Schroeder Vjdi
He Sehroeder. Herman Sehroeder. Kosa
Sehroeder. the unknown heirs of Frederick
Kramer, deceased, and the unknown owners
of lots ten (Id) and eleven (II) in Weather
bead's addition to the city of rtock Island,
that the said plaintiff J. Henry ladders, ad
ministrator of me estate of Frederick ivramer.
deceased, has tiled his etition in the said
county court of Rix-k Island county for aa
order to sell the premises belonging to the
estate of said deceased or sr much of it as
may ba needed to pay the debts of said de-
ceasea. a:i i acsenticd as follows,
!OtS ten (101 anil flVin llllln 'puthpr.
head s addition to the cltv of Hock Island mid
that a summons has been issued out of said
vv ."- j"u returnable at ine June
term. A. D. IS;, of said court, to be holdcn on I
ine nrsi .nonoay or June. I) im. at the
court house In the city of Rock Lsland, in the
county of Kock lsland. Illim-is
Now unless you. the sad Dora Iliseboff Jo
seph Dreixler. llarbara Raop Hugo Vol.
Donat Heekert. Leopold Semoelcr. Joseph
Schroeder. Appoloma Han main. Al us
Setroeder. Anna Schroeder M'ri -una
Volt Herts Irei'.lcr Ferdinand Scnroeder.
Alois Sehroeder. tinelie Sehroeder Herman
Scbrocdi.'-. Rosa Schroeder. the unkown heirs
of Frederick Kramer and the unknown own
ers of lots ten ttoi and eleven (tt ia Weather
hcad's addition to the city of Kock Island
shall personally be an-', appear before said
county court of Rock Islaud county, on the
first day of a term thereof, to be bolden at the
city of cock inland, in said eountv. on the
first Monday of June. . l. tow and plead,
answer or demur to the said complainants
petition bled therein, the same and the mat
ters and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed and a decree en
tered against you according to the prayer of
Kock Island. Illinois, May 3. 1SS.8.
Hjaijiar KoRt.xa. Clerk.
S. R. Ksxwobtbt, Complainant a Solicitor.
War Revenue Bill Passed by a
m . at a . .
voxe Lacking but One
I BHOKT DEBATE, FOB THAT HOUSE.
Kyle and Batter Fxebange Some Com pi i
meatt Over a Qnrstion of Popnilsm aa a
Finale to the Week's Work tiros venor
Gets the Hawaiian Question Before the
Uonse with Extraordinary Ease and
Without Help of the Rales Committee..
Washington, June 11. Shortly after 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon the confer
ence report on the war revenue bill was
agreed to by the senate, after a dis
cussion lasting; four hours. The debate
upon the measure was without special
Incident, and was entirely devoid of
acrimonious features. It was a fcre
Bone cor.clusim that the report would
be agreed tn. and the only question of
Interest Involved was how soon a vote
could be reached. The debate indicated
Ei nt rally that the bill as agreed upon
by the conff rre?s was reasonably satis
factory to everybody except as to the
bond provision. The votes cast against
the adoptlcn of the report reflected the
opinions of those senators who are op
fi.tsed to any increase in the interest
btanng debt of the country.
Lacked One of a Two-Third Majority.
The report was agreed to. by the de
cisive vote of 13 to 22. Every Republi
can voted for the measure, anJ their
voter were supplemented by those cf
eight Democrats, one silver Republican
and tne independent. The Democrats
who voted for adoption were: Caffery,
Gorman, Lindsay, McEnery, Mitchell,
Morgan. Murphy and Turpie: the silver
Republican was Mar.tle. and the inde
rendf nt Kyle. The vote aea'nst the r2
port was cast by sixteen Democrats,
thief silver Republicans and throe Pop
ulists. As s:on as the1 enrrrossed bill
can be signed by the ' presiding orll
ctts cf the two branches of centres?
It will be sont to the president.
Butler and Kyle Have a M(io."
Jrst at the clo?e of the session a bitter
porf.t.nal discussion was precipta el by
lint'er (Pop.) of North Carolina, who
attacked Kyle for having voted for th-
is.i.anee of bonds. Butler, speaking; as
the chairman of the Populist national
committee, officla'ly declared that Ky
'lid not represent the Populist party.
Kyie replied warmly, saying that he
was responsible for h's politi al actions
not to Hutler. but to his cons -i'.'nce and
to bin constituents. Subsequently he
denounced as' intentional and maliclnttj
f.tlrehood" some statements made about
him by Pettigrew.
n.WVAHAN ANNKXATIOTf IS pp.
Crosvenor Makes It a Question of Consid
eration anil the Thing's Inne.
Washing; ten. June 11. The feature cf
yesterday's session of the house was the
s: curing of an agreement to eor.sidcr
and vote upon the New lands resohitfrn
to annex Hawaii. lUginning ti day the
debate will proceed until a o'tltuk next
Wednesday afternoon, when a v.te will
taken. The anncxaticrlsts yesterday
were determined to force consideration,
end for three hours the opposition fili
bustered. Cor.slde rath.n of the rosolu
tior.s yesterday cculd have been pre
vented, as tinder the rules a recess until
the evening pension session necessarily
would have been taken at 5 o'clock, but
.t was plain that the annexationists
would win their victory today. Realiz
ing this, and knowing the resolutions
would pass and go to the country, in
volvirg a prominent Issue, the opposi
tion treated for liberal debate and its
demands were granted readily.
The way the Hawaiian question was
brought to the front Vas easy. A re
port from the elections committee was
called up and immediately Grcvenor
raised the question cf consideration
against the repcrt. Grosvcnor wen on
a vivo voce vote. Onrncn quprird:
., , ,h, 0,i,
ant ,p 0 tnp gentleman from Ohio
if the raising of the question of con
sideration means the bringing up of
"It dors." respnndeed the Ohioan with
"That is what we have been trying to
get at for a long time." said Car.non.
and while a general laugh followed.
Johnson bf Indiana cried out: "That is
Just what we do not want
f resulted I
of Grcsve- I
was demanded and tTte vote
ayes, 92: nays, 129 In favor
Ray caUedforthe regular ordr. which
under the tules would be the private!
calendar. Grosvcnor immediately 1
moved to consider public business. A 1
vote was then taken and Grcsvenor's
motion prevailed 110 to $8. The oppesi- j
tion to annexation then be-ran to fili- I
buster, but order was brought cut of
chaos ard an ur(;"rstanding was
rearhed quickly, es stated above. j
Eight Democrats v:ted with the, an- '
nexat'cnisls in the movement to force
consideration of the Hawaiian r'lu-
tions. they being Berry of Kentucky, t
Devrles cf California. Livingston.
Brt: kner of Michigan
Vnshl-ipe r.f ' Voi-U
sr.C osni..ge cf V- l ork,
Cochran of Missouri. It is claimed at
least twenty Democrats vi ill favor the
parsage of the resrlution. The bill to
enable volunteer soldiers to vote at con
gre'ssional eiectlrr.s was passed, and a
number r.f minor measures chiefly cf a
private nature were considered.
Powell Will On with the I mm ones.
LaCrotse. Wis., June 1L Dr. Frank
Powell, t x-rrayor of LtCrosse. has been
notified of his appointment as major in
one of the- immune regiments. His
company of "rough riders" has been
refused, but this appointment the doc
tor will accept. Powell Is well ac
quainted with General Miles and Gen
Another Lynching la Texas.
Weimar, Tex.. June ll.-Constable Lee
Walt was killed lasb evening by George
Washirgton.a negro, who tri;d to nuke
his escape, but was captured. He was
almost Immediately hanged to an elec
tric light pole by, SCO peopl?.-
Leave for Manila Today.
Washington-June 11 Assistant Sec
retary rf War Metklejohn said last might
that it was probable, the first part ef
the next expedition to the Philippines
would leave San Franc&.c for Manila
T2ADE MET IXPICTlnOK.
Earing Bttslnesa of ISS as f.niYe Xeailr aa
H as lookrrt For.
Xew Tork. :June 11. Bradst reel's
says: Accompanying teporta cf a sea
sonab'e quieting down of lhi spring de
mand for and movement of 'mcrchan
dise, con-e proofs that the rpr:r.K busi
ness of the year 1?9, with a few nttab'e
exceptions, has largely met expecta
tions. Pankulaiiy ronfitni.ns this lat
ter view of the rase are the larre rail
way earnings, heavy experts, and ex
cepticnslsteadioess in price following
orr.e notable advances. Weak or lower
prices for, a number of cereals during
the rnst wek In the fare cf a heavy
export busl'.es point to thi very pood
crop prospects for wheat and other
grains. - . .; -.. i.--; , :
Statistlei of pig ironrodjiftion point
to a slight reduction- in output during
the loontb Just, clossnd. due iareely ,to
shut-downs for repairs, tout the. failure
of stocks to accumulate gives proof that
the ltnmer.se recent. prf durtlon has b?en
met by an equally large -rmsumptive
cV-r.nnd. - Following the little spurt. In
the demand for raw wool, largely on
army orders, has come a perceptibly
less active demand for this staple at the
east. The tone of cottons remains fain
ly Arm. Features of the pr.o situation
tl.is week are the steadiness of nearly
all classes of eroceries, hides, leather
and lumber, while decreases ar re
ported In the cereals, lard, pork, copp?r
and steel rails. '
Husiness failures this week number
221. an increase over last week of forty
three, but comparing with a t tal In this
week last year of i;.. in 1S"6 of 231, In
1895 of 22. and in IS '4 of 227. .
thuosIhoot a firman.
Tnt Two Tiutlrts In film Which. Prove
Fatal - One lUtulit Wnnnilnl. -
Colemnn. Tex... June 11. Thursday
night at 12 o'clock four men attempted
to hold up the Santa Fe passenger train.
Fireman Johnson got off the engine to
throw the switch, when he was covered
with a shotgtfn. The robbers wer.t to
the ex pre S3 tar, but the messenger re
fused to open the door, and they began
firing cn him.
Claim Agent Buchanan, who was on
the train, fired with a six-shooter from
the platform, hitting one of the robbers,
who decamped with his comrades. Fire
man Johnson was shot by the robbers
twice, loth bullets going through the
bowels. Johnson died - at 10:20 lart
Scores on the Diamond.
Chicago. June 11. Following are the
League scores at base ball yesterday:
At New TcrWChicago 7, New Tr.rk
at r.oston Cincinnati 4, Boston S: at
Washington Pittsburg 6, Washington
6; at P.altimore Louisville 7. Baltimore
10; at Philadelphia St. Ituis i. Phila
delphia 1; at Brooklyn Cleveland 8.
Western I.eot-ue: At Kansas City
Game was 7 to B in favor of Detroit
In last half of ninth inning when De
troit refused to finish because It wanted
to catch a train and the umpire gave
the game to Kansas City, 9 to 0. No
other games played.
Sickness lecn-asc at I hlrtamau-a.
Chickamauga Park, Ga.. June 11.
The general impression prevails at Gen
eral Brooke's headquarters that there
will, be no removals from this place to
points south until the government Is
ready to send another nrmy directly to
Cuba. Colonel Hartsuff, chief surgeon
on General Brooke's staff, announces
that reports from the various division
and regimental hospitals show a de
cided decrease of sickness.
Michigan Wheat Crop Is Good.
Lansing. Mich., June 11. Secretary of
State Gardner reports that Michigan
what is in better condition than for
ten yeats. the average for the state be
ing 98. This is 50 per cent, better than
one year ago. The average condition ot
corn, oats, barley, mead w and pastures
is 36 and of clover 95. Apples promise
95 and peaches 89 per cent, of average
Former Mayor DeWitt C Cregler, of
Chicago, is rapidly recovering at St.
Charles. Ills. .
Telegrams received from McIIenry,
Miss., say the seven cases of yellow
fever there are progressing nicely.
The bureau cf internal revenue is
busily engaged in preparations for the
j enforcement of the war revenue bill.
I The American Foundrymen's assocla
J tlcn. which has been in session at Cln-
i .'rnti aittnllrnoft tn n-rtnt ot 13tttli,,..n
l A I M U11C.
Before her marriage, sixteen years
ago, the wife of Admiral Sampson was
a professor at Vassar and afterwards
at Wells college.
, lUv. T. H. Down was arrested at Am-
nerti. wis., charged with having made
an assault upon Frances Lipke. a girl
under 15 years of age.
Willie Griffin and some companions
undertook to swim across the mill
pond at Ironton. Wis., and as a result
young Griffin lost his life.
. Lightning struck the east side of the
county building at Chicago and ripped
way P.fteen feet of the parapet at the
second floor of the Clark street front.
fharles While, of Neenah. Wis., has
' been awarded $5,500 damages from the
Chicago and Northwestern railway for
Ihe loss of a leg in a railway accident.
Dr. J. B Murphy, of Chicago, an
nounced to the Ameriran Medical asso
ciation nt Denver that he had a condi
tional cure for consumption of the
, lungs. . . ,
j Papers have been served on the pub
1 lisher of the New York World. In a suit
for libel. In which W. R. Hearst, of the
New York Journal, asks for $500,000
damages. , , - . . .
At the meeting of the Social Democra
cy at Chicago James Hogan. treasurer,
accused Sylvester Kelther of being
either incompetent or dishonest. Keli-
bet Is ex-treasurer.
I .Harry Stephens, aged 18. while tin
j niching a team in a field to return to
the house during a severe storm near
Par.a. Ills., was struck by lightning
and instantly killed.
It is reported at Wc-hington that the
administration has decided n a policy
locking to the refntion of the Philip-
pines and that a new scheme of fixa
tion has been completed.
An explosion of dynamite occurred at
Ft. John's Bluff, near the mouth of the
et. John's river. Fla.. killing John J.
p'i'.'j-irUe and Edward Houston, and se-rfc-jsly
injuring Lieutenant Hart. V. S.
A. Taey were laying torpedoes.
. SEJn-CXSTEJSIAL IS OYIB.
. - ...
TTar Caneert the tLast Namher an the Wta
ronsln Olehratina Prog-rani ane.
Madison.' Wis., June 11. The semi
centennial ca-re to a close late Thurs
day with a war concert. In the univer
sity armory..- There were 00 adult end
t50 children's voices In the chorus. A
feature cf the concert was singing of
several solo numbers by Horace Sinims.
of T-c'.r.e. called "the boy wonder of
Yx'isccnsin." A closing concert was
liven at eight by Clauder's orchestra
whl-h endod the semi-center.nial fes
tivlii. . n the whel? the celebratbn wss s
wuccess. rsrtloulary so as regards the
various reunions. The celebration cost
$10.(r.O. rf which $2,500 was provided by
the lat legislature. The most Impor
ter, t result c-f the convention of county
historian" and delegates from local his
torical societies was the decision of that
brdy to hold annual conventions here
after, nnd to hold in addition annual
summer meetings at points In the state
po8rsing historical Interest.
National Crna Report.
Washington. June 11. - Preliminary
returns of the srlng wheat acreage.
wit!i the too Dakota in particular sub
ject to revision. Indicate a toal area
seeded nf 16 Soo.noo acres, which landed
to ih- area in winter wheat. Z5.200.00o
off. makes a tola! wheat acreage of
,J.coft.f,CA.. or rather over ".500,030
teres greater than last year. The
average fonditKn of winter wheat
ls. 90'8. as . compared with 78.J at
ll)e rotrep-Kinding date last year. The
average .condition of spring wheat is
the a it. lost If not entirely unprei-cdented
one of lnO.9, as compared with 8?.S on
June 1. 197.
Wants Machinists and Kleririri.ins.
HlllAaukoe. June 11. Captain Pad
dmk. of the fnlted States cavalry aiul
artillery recruiting station In this city,
has received a letter from Captain R.
H. Pattrson. of the First artillery,
coma-anrtitig Fort Motgr.n, Mobile har
bor. Ala., asking him to enlist me
rhanlos. machinists and clectrblans for
service In the heavy battery post. Dur
ing the ten days er.di d yestetday t'ap
tain Paddivk has enlisted eight m-n
for the Fifth cavalry and five men for
the First nrtl lsiy at Fort Morgan.
TJneoin. Neb., Jure 11. The Nebraska
Prohibitionists concluded their ftate
convention last night with a mass meet
ing. The ticket nominated ir In part.
Governor, It. V. Mulr; lieutenant gov
ernor, N. C. Jiowne; secretary of rtate,
Charles R. Lawson; auditor. C. Cro
well: treasurer. Ill: am IJuroh: superin
tendent cf schools, Mrs. S. C. I'pton.
The plRtfc.rm re'ers wholly t. the liquor
tratltc nrd Is suhstantially a r'afTirtr.a
tion cf that cf the rational icrty.
Ansnn and the "(iiants."
New Tot k. June 1 1. President Freed
rran, rf the New York Base Ball c lub,
would neither afiirm nor deny yestr-tday
Ihe truth t f the report thnt A. C. Ans.m,
former mjnascr of the ("biiago Base
Bail cltth. If to succeed Joyce as mana
ger of th.s New York teem. Frcedman
cdmltted "having sent for Ansnn.. and
seld: "You know Arson is a stockhold
er of th, New Tr.rk club, r.ntl It is but
natural that he should le consulted on
Crisis j;-l-tat Muitrid.
Txndon. June 11. The Vienna corre
spondont of The Dr.lly Telegraph says:
"Autbenlir lepnrts have been received
here that the situation in Madrid is ad
vancing with the greatest rapidity.
There is no doubt thnt a crisis rllrts.
Spain will entreat the intervention of
the powers almost immediately: and
cor.fld-T.tial Inquiries in this sense havo
already been made here."
Chicago Uralu and Produce.
Chicago. June 10.
Following were quotation on ttie Board
of Trade: Wheat July, opened 8Se,
closed 87"to; September, opened "uc,
closed 74"ic; Deoember, opened 74-c,
closed ."c. CornJuly, opened Sic.
closed 2Hc; September, opened J.lsc,
closed '34c. fats July, opened S4vc,
closed 24c: September, opened ll4c,
closed 21Tc. - Pork-July, opened $1.35,
closed tl6.17'.4: September, opened 110 40,
closed $10."5. I.ard July, opened t5.5,
closed in.ft'i'i; Feptember, opened $6.05, i
closed tfi.OO. I
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,!
IS'Je per lb: extra dairy, 13c; freeh
packing stock. MilOo. Eggs Fresh
stock, 9'4c per doz. Live Poultry
Turkeys. C$8c rr lb; chickens. 7c;
ducks, 661ic. Potatoes ld. common
to choice. 4ftS7c per bti: new. $1.50iLT5
per sack. Strawlerries Illinois. 7ic!
$1.00 per 24-qt case; Michigan, 'i"i?ac
per 16-qt case.
Chicago Live Stock.
' Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
I2.CU0; sales ranged at $2.7i4.;0 for
pigs. $3.s5e4 13 for light. Vi.Sutiibi for
rough packing. $4.00)1 4.20 for mixed, and
$4.104.27.- for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts
for the day. 2,5fn quotations ranged at
$r.n.CS.40 for choice to extra steers.
$4.65i5.00 for good to choice do., $4.SCfg
4.7S for fair to good, f I fX"4 to common
to medium elo., I4.WI&4.S5 butchers'
Steers. $4(!n(f4-5. fed western stccis,
t4.00 4.40 MCkers. $4.10j,V0n f edew,
$:-S!4.r,5 cows. 3:ft84.70 heifers. 2..'l
04.25 bulls. ..xen and slags. I".fi1i4. Ij
Texas steers, and $4 7r.fj7.40 veal ealvc
Bhoep and Imhs Estimated recels
for the rlav. ll.Oi.ft qtiotatloi.s ranged at
$4fEiK.W westerns. J-ir.ftRffl natives.
$410H3O lambs, cr.d $"Ce!57.f0 spring
Milwaukee. June 10.
Wheat Wesk: No. 1 northern. 1'c;
No. 2 northern, ft.fst: July, $1.101.11.
Oats 'i"c higher; samj l. 2r.4qi"'ic.
rtye Fiirr.; No. 1. 47c. Barley Dull:
No. 2. 45c; sarr.rle. 23'&2tc.
Local Mark eta.
H-v-TUnolhy, 10ftl2; vrild, $10.
P- tatoes fQfil o
Butter Fair U choice, ilo. freab creamcrv,
lie , t
Chickens W rer doen
Coal Soft. ICc ,
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers
fi5c: cows and heifers, 3JSc calvea,
Spring la-nb-k.MO a bead.
CASTOR I A
Tki Iti Ym Kin lUrrri Ett
Signatars of i
1 ( lTi. " i llUlnlte)
i ii . t a z i r i
I ill nil- o
Promotes Dig reUcrTtChrerful
Oprum.Morptiine nor HmcroL
nfrafaisS frfa '
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion. Sour StOTrkich.Duarrtoea.
Worms Convulsions ,f o-erish-ncss
and Loss OF SLEEP.
EXACT COPY OF VRAPPER.
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CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency
Tratlcrs Ins. Co., - - Chicago, III.
Union In-. Co. - l'liiladclpliia, Ia.
Rockfonl Ins. (k. - - i:H'kfonl. III.
Scciii-rtv Ins. Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford. 111.
Office. Room S. Tluford block. Rate
as low as Cvttuistent vriln security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low aa any
can afford. Your
fiatronuKe Is -olio-led.
Ropftttetita the. foMo-rlns; well
known Fire and Accident lraHir
Rochester German Ins Co. .
...Rochester. N Y
, HufUlo. N Y
, Peoria. Ill
.Manchester. N II
Westchester eire ' ..
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Milwaukee Mechanics " ...
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IorVlial Ins. Co London
Calaodoniao Ins. Co. tidlnburg
r.nli-h-American Ina. Co..
Liverpool and Korwalk
Pacific Ins. Co Xew York
Home Mutual Ins Co. Saa Frsnclaeo
Offif Room 50 Mitchell A Lyads't
Block. Taiephwa No. 10JW.
Havw yon gore Throat, Ilmpies, Copper
Colored Spots. Aetrm, OkI Son-, Ulemra la
Month. Ilair-ramng7 WrlU Cook Hsmcht
Co.. MO Ma-ottto lcss-re, Uiicago, 11L, fur
proofs of carts; captul, SS00,omi. Wont
etseo eared to IS to 89 days. MP-pagt
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411 other dallf . Telephone ilH
handar evenlnf a I'uVm.a sleepar srtn be at
tba - epot after 11 :", whkh a 111 lesva for Cml-rsj-o
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SterlUr. Cltnr A Dsbcqi 7 M t m t $;40 pm
St. L . K ma "i v, Denver
A Pa- Oa t v'asi.h'- Trgpta -as e-a
jail. tUaiiy .loeyt Sanday.
rniCAOO, MILWACKBS A T P AU. Salt
.it-kipiH a al-uu- m-i-i
litfDOt Twan'telh a'rer - i .1.
svaoua. L U Urrar. AgekU
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rretgntand accum-aodatk s
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Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo
Peons, tprinKfldd, at Lonir
A'C n-dattna Past Prvieti.
Peoria, prinrfl-lii. Cim-.n-
Paotia Acca-i rre'rht....
Ch and SSrrr1 Am&rm
Pearr train leave C at I A P ctfnltaa
svenae) depot ive (i) miaates earlter taaa tliaA
siven. Trains maraed daily, all other Usual
dally exeat saday.
Sawed building stont,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheepoeis, dorsbllitj tod
beantj excelled bj none. Tall
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eta Plant sent
ua for estimates will receive
careful attention acd be retnrned
prompt) at oar eipense.
Quarried 12 miles from Book
Island oa the C . B. A (j. B. B.
Trains Nos b and 10 will atop
nnd let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Sample! ot Stone sad Photoi cf
buildlnpa can be teen at Room
No. 12. Mitchell A Lnde'i build
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ABTliUB BURR ILL. Manager
Bock Ialand or Colons, I1L
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T:l an :tspfi
4-t em lluaai
8:00 at! Stoam