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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, JUI.Y. 9, 1898.
I Professional Bards.)
McCASUUr ft MeCASKRES,
AtaOraay M law.
Rook ItUna sea JFTIbb. ImUhI
. c oowraxT. . a amwnxT. i
CONNELLY 4 CONNELLY,
Attorney t Law.
Moae loaned. (Mia arm Thomas
ra store, oor. BeeoeA avenue and ,
0. L. ANDERSEN,
Real butt, Loan, bmniN Sad
Room 8, Buford block.
ALEX B. LIDDERS.
Money loaned on rood security: no- ,
try rxiMie. over lu hecond avenue, ,
JACKS OB HURST,
Attorney! at Law.
oaoa hi look Ulaee MttlouiBmak i
WM. L. LUDOLFH.
Attorney at Lav.
Monty to Loan, Qenftral Legal thus- ,
am, Notary Pub 11. 1TH SeeooA svs-,
met, nviora diocs.
i a o. wssbt. a i vuui.
Aitartxyt and GouaaUora at Law.
OXoe la Benfston Btoes,
CHARLES J. 8KABLX,
OmBeauor at law. Ottee ta eoart
Loan money oa good aaeniity; nake !
eoUeetlooa. Kefsreaoa, MlteheU
Lrntfe. banker. Oaoa. htltaeail A 1
S Lyode Building.
C11AS. H. HUBBELL, !
Attorney at Law Jostlee of the
Oflee la the C'ty Hal Telephone $44. i
DA V EN POUT, IOWJ
F. H. FLB3T, M. D.
Physician and Surgeoa.
Phone 4 on larr. Offlee. tSfl Twen.
' tleth street Offloe Hours: 10 to It a.
1 ra.: t to 4 and T to I p. m. Sunday, 1:10 i
au .jw an.j i.wwip.n.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Rpeelsl attention to diseases of worn-
I en and children, abut diseases ol eye,
I ear, bom and throat. Offloe hours
i so to 11 a. m., I to 4 a. m. Cl Sit-
teenta etreet, Koea Isiaad.
DR. S. U. MILLER,
Vet rlaary Surceon and Dentist.
All dlsesse of horse and cattle
treated on approved principle. Sur
gical operation performed in a solen
tlflo manner. Pops treated All call
promptly attended to. Heaidenee, IW
Fifth avenue. Telephone I on law.
i una and Inllrmary, ll Ml Firth
i avenue. (James Maueker's etabla,) op-
pvisthv I urc duwq.
C. L, SILV13,
Over EreU Matt , mi Seeoea e-
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms 111 and Ik. Mitchell A Lynde !
buddies onine hours from I to It a m.
ana i to p. m.
DSACK A KERNS,
Arehlteota and Superlctecdentc
HESBT QAETeK. Prop
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City store, law Beeoad tvsaas, Tale
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aave keca mtam MKUmaaiH
a mild aiHl eSeetive laiaUvo tbey are aimply wua
derfui. My Oatwhter ami 1 were bothered wltb
au-k tnmach and oor breath was very bad. After
taking a few thnea of Casrareto we bare improved
wooderf oily. Tbey are a (Treat belp In the family."
IIS Kluennonae St., CiBcinoatL Ohio.
Pleasant. PalaUble. Potent. Tane Gnod. Do
fauud, S ever Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. We. Sic. 50c
... CURE CONSTIPATION. .n
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MaTO.RlR od enamnteed by altdma-
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A dm in intra tor' a Notice.
Kstate of Mary Ann Cannam. deceased.
The onderaiirned bavlnit been appointed ad
niob.tnttor with the will annexed, of tbe en
tate of Mary nn Cannam. late of the county
of Rock l-Unil. state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice tbat be will appear before
tbe county court of Mock Island county, at the
county court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at tbe September term on the Urst Mondar in
September nci.. at which t me all persons
having claim against Raid estate are notified
and requested t attend, for the purpose of
bating the same adjusted.
All person i debted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this nth day June. A. D. 1W8.
Jons S. Can k am. Administrator.
Jiotlce to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
city clerk's oitlce. Rook Island, until Mondar.
July II. IWm. at S o'clock p. m.. for construct
i ir tbe improvement ordered by an ordinance
entitled as follows:
' An ordinance for the improvement of Thir
tieth street, in tbe city of liock Island, state
of Illinois from ike north linn of Seventh ave
nue to the north line of Kivhtecnth avenue."
And for turn shine nil the materials and do
ing the work according to the plans and
specifications on lile at tbe city clerk a
Wank bil- will be furbished on application.
Ktfb hid must he accompanied by a certi
fied check in the sum of Hve hundred' soo.00)
dulla-a on some Kica Island bank, payable to
tbe order of the mayor of said city, which
i-b-.i 1 become forfeited t said city in case the
bICder shall fail to enter into contract within
ten days after thn awarding of said con
tract, with approved sureties to execute the
worn for the price mentioned In bis bid a d
according to lb plans and specifications in
tbe event that the contract shall be awarded
Contractors are required to furnish samples
of the brick with whicn the work Is to be done.
Krick used in the work must correspond with
tbe samples in quality and stvle.
Rock Island. 111., June 41. liJ
A. D. HUEHiso, City Clerk.
Stte of Illinois, i '
County of Hock Island, i w
In the circuit court, in chancery, to the May
term A. I BUI to sell real estate. Gen
eral No. 4.W.'.
Frank W. Hlochllnger. compla'nant, vs. Joseph
A. P-loehlinirer. JohnI Hloehlinger. Louisa
V. Bebrens. Kred Blochliuger, (ieorge Behr
ens. A nua Behrens, Ixmis Bchreua, Edward
Public notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of a decree of the circuit court of said county
entered May 1. si. in the above entitled
cause, authorizing and empowering the under
signed as administrator with the will annexed of
the estate of Joseph I Blocblinger. deceased,
to sell the real estate, with the appurtenances,
hereinafter acserihed. and all tbe estate, title
and interest therein whereof the said Joseph
L. Klocbluiger. dcoeaaed, died seized. In fee
simple, tbe uuderatgncd will, on tbe .Wtb day of
July. A. I). 1HVH. at the hour of two ) o'clock
p. m.. at the norti door of the court house in
tbe city of Kock Island, in said county,
offer for sale, to the hlgoett bidder, the fol
lowing tract of land, w ith the appurtenances.
in -iiu city, oescnoeo as follows:
The west half of lot six ("1 In hlrwU
sixty-two (). in that part of said city known
.i , uiv-Hnw ih uiiht uuukidh, ana nit tnees
tute, tlile and Interest therein of the com
plainant anl defendants noove named and
each of them, and all the estate, title and in-
uresi tnerem wnerot tbe said Josepb L.
Hloehlinger. deceased, died seized In fee sim
ple. I erms or sale, cash fn hand.
Kock Island. Illinois. June 'f . I..
Fka.nk W. Hmthijxgkr.
Administrator with tbe will annexed of the
estate of Joseph U Blochlinger, deceased.
John T. Stafford. Attorney.
State of Illinois.
Kock Islaud county, t
In the C.rcult Court, in chaneerv Worn.
closure general No t;ft.S.
Rboda Cow den vs. J. Julius Stroehle and Jane
Notice Is hcrebv iriren tvnt. hir t miAf .
decree .if mid i unrt. e .tercd in the above en
titled cause, on thetwenty-thirddavof June A.
IJ. IMS 1 shall, on Smnnlav the thirtieth
day of July A. 1). lsim. at 1 he hour ol one o'clock
in the afternoon, at the north door of the
cjtirt house, in the citv of Rock Island, in
said conn v of liocli Island, to saiisfv said rtn.
cree. sell at public vendue to tbe highest and
best.b'dder for cash in hand, that certain par
cel to niuii.s iiiateininc county or nock lland
and state of Illinois, kuow n and described as fol
Lot number five (5) in block number one
(I). In Charles Buford's addition to the city of
Hock Nla. d us said lot Is desii'nated upon the
plat of said addition recorded lnthrecorder s
oftlce of said Kock Island countv In book V of
records of deeds at pasc l(t thereof.
Ihtted at Koek Island. Illinois, tb!s6thday
of July A. D. .
Ki.wts E. Parmkkter.
If aster la Chancery, Rock Island t.'onntv. 111.
Johs T. Staffoko.
fate of Keal Estate.
8. II. Keu worth?. Solicitor,
lly virtue of an order and decree of
the county court of Kock Island coun
ty, made n the petition of the. un
dersigned. J. her.rv Udders, adminisrra
torof the estate of Frederick Kramer, de
ceased, for leave to sell tbe real estate of said
deceased, at the June term. A. D , is, of said
court, to-wit: tm the ITita day of June. ihm. I
shall on the llth dav of July next, be
tween the hours of 10 o ciock in the forenoon
and 4 o eloek in the afternoon of said day. sell
at public sale, at th east door of tbe court
bouse. In the oity of Rock Island, in said coun
ty, the real estate descrilied at follows, to
wit: Lots number ten (lfti and eleven (11) in
WeBtbcrhead addition to the city of Kock
Island, or so much of said premises as may be
necessary to satisfy sa ddecroe. in Kock Island
county, on the following verms, to-wit: For
Dated this IfHh day of June A. D..
J. BKVRV I II.I.U.
Administrator of the Estate of Frederick kra-
ire the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY TJIDt
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n money refunded. Con
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A FIIIAL SCRAP.
Members of the House Signalize
AiQournment with an "II
legant" Diversion. .
OiMOI AID BALL GEOW VEST EOT
Would Certainly Hare 'Fit" If It
Hada't Bees for Other States
men and the Mace.
Li Direct It Given by the IUInola Man
Session Closes with ' a Remarkable Dis
play of Patriotic Enthusiasm Members
Gather Round the Speaker's Desk, Cheer
tbe President, Speaker, and Naval and
Military Heroes and Sing America, Dixie
and Yankee Doodle.
Washington, July 9. The end of this
session of congrress in the house was
marked by two notable incidents. One
was sensationally partisan, well-nigh
resulting in personal conflicts 'upon the
floor of the house; the other was nota
bly patriotic anil swept away all signs
of the former. In the former Bay (Rep.)
of New York, Handy (Dem.) of Dela
ware, Cannonof Illinois and Ball (Dem.)
of Texas were the principal participants.
In the latter all the members joined.
irrespective of party affiliations. After
the rather stormy session of two hours
the house, when adjournment was an
nounced Joined In cheers for the presi
dent and war heroes, and the singing of
patriotic songs, making perhaps the
most notable ending to a session since
the civil war. The only measure of im
portance passed was a bill to reim
burse states for expenses incurred in
aiding the organization of the volunteer
Handy Precipitates the Rowr.
Handy of Delaware by moving to
strike from the record a part of the
speech which appeared as that of Ray of
New York precipitated the dispute
which brought on the closing incident
of sensational nature. Handy declared
that the part, in question was not ut
tered upon the floor of the house and he
read from reporters' notes tocorroborate
his assertion. Ray declared that he had
uttered every word. "Mr. Speaker," re
sumed Handy, "a question of veracity
has arisen here. If the gentleman from
New York says he uttered the words in
question I declare upon my honor he
Cid not, and I hold here the reporters'
notes which show that he did not, and
I rely upon the memory of members to
substantiate wht I say."
Cannon of Illinois Opens Fire.
"Vote, vote." came from members all
over the house, who clung to the hope
that hteir hills might be passed witlrln
the remaining hour of the session and
were in haste to have the Ray-Handy
incident closed. A vote was taken. The
houBe declined to strike out the speech.
A division was called fr and the nega
tive vote again prevailed. Cannon was
standing just across the center Isle, face
flushed and eyes fixed upon the minor
ity, growing apparently indignant.
"I call for testers," said Handy, and
with that the evteran member from Illi
nois stepped into the aisle.
"You are dellberatiy obstructing
public business in which the wholecoun-
try Is Interested" the rest of his re
marks were lost In the jeers of the mi
nority, calls for the regular order and
the resulting confusion as Cannon
charged up the aisle, pouring out a flood
of vigorous dnunciatIon.
Collides with a Ball from Texas.
He had reached a point opopsite
Ball of Texas. Cannon had called for
the yeas and nays, saying it was mani
fest the Democrats would call for them.
and had repeated his charge of obstruc
tion when Ball, addressing the Repub
lican side, as it subsequently developed.
declared: "The record Is false and you
knew it was false when you voted
against correcting It."
"That Is a lie," cried Cannon, and In
an instant the belligerent members were
struggling to reach eat h other, whilemany
others were pulling and struggling to
control them. The house was upon its
feet. Marsh of Illinois seized Cannon
and thrust him aside and when Ball
asked Cannon to "come outside," and
the latter was moving to comply Lewis
of Washington took charge of the Illi
nois member and restrained him.
BIG MACE RESTORES ORDER,
V lien the tit a teamen Recover Their Se
renity and Sing Patriotic Songs,
Meantime the speaker had been
pounding hard, and the sergeant-at-arms
had seized the big silver mace
and was moving among the members
where the greatest disorder prevailed.
Order was restored slowly and a rc'l
call proceeded, while the galleries com
mented upon what they had seen in the
course of a visit to Washington. The
roll call upon Handy's motion to strike
out resulted yeas, 50; nays. 105. Later
in the session Cannon explained that
Ball had addressed his remarks not to
him personally, and therefore he de
sired to withdraw his offensive state
ment. The house then passed the bill
to reimburse the states for expenses
incurred in transporting, feeding, cloth
ing and caring for soldiers In aid of
organization of the volunteer army. Thw
speaker named Henderson, Hopkins of
Illinois, and Richardson of Tennessee
as a committee to wait upon the presi
dent, in company with a senate com
mittee and ancounce the readiness of
eongress to adjourn.
"Mr. Speaker." said Henderson, after
the return and report that the commit
tee had discharged its duties, "the
president directs the committee to say
that he has no further communications
to make to the house and says be de
sires to congratulate this congress upon
its patriotic and faithful work." The
report was applauded. The remainder
of the session passed without Incident.
At I o'clock when ?peaker Reed an
nounced: "This second session of this
congress adjourned without day." a
great cheer arose, and then .began a
scene which surpassed in enrhusiasm
and good feciing any similar episode In
the memory of the oldert member of the
The occuparts of the galleries who
had risen to go paursd as tbey hard a
naif dozen members begin singing
"Aaerica." Other members hurriedly
crowded around thetpeaker s stsnd and
joined the singers until within a short
time it seemed ' that all tbe members
present were aiding in swelling the
volume of song. Presently a voice here
and there In the galleries joined in and
It was not long until members and
spectators were a?l s'ngin the pitriotic
hymn. The scene .was a marked transi
tion from tbe many partisan demon
strations which had been witnessed
such a short time before. Democrats
and Republicans were now singing in
accord the national anthem.
When the song ceased some member
proposed three cheers for the nation's
president, and the roar of sound that
followed came from a united house.
Then, north, south, east, west, a united
country, was proposed; and then in
turn came the heroes of the war
Dewey, Schley, Hobson, Pampt-on, and
finally the former representative. Gen.
Wheeler, was named, and the hail re
sounded with cheers. Meantime Ser
geant-at-Arms Russell had brought in
00 small American flags, and every
member was now waving one. "The
Star Spangled Banner" was sung, while
Mass waved and the galleries cheered.
Later followed "Yankee Doodle" and
"Dixie," the latter perhaps for the first
time in the house joined in by mem
bers from every section of the country.
Cheers for the speaker were given.
The patriotic demonstration continued
a half hour and then the members be
gan leaving, saying farewell to col
leagues. "Home, Sweet Home," and
"Auld Lang Syne" supplanted the
patriotic airs and impressed more
strongly uport the hearers that another
session was ended. Clerk McDowell,
when the singing ceased, mounted the
clerk's stand and announced that Allen
of Mississippi had opened a recruiting
office in the ways and means commit
tee room, and a few minutes later Al
len, popularly known as "Private John,"
arose and said: "The congressional
rough riders will report to me In the
committee room and enlist for Cuba."
The announcement was suggestive of
his speech delivered a number of days
ago in which he proposed that a com
pany of congressmen be recruited.
CLOSING HOI RS IN THE SENATE.
Morgan Disapproves Adjournment as He
Thinks the War About Ended.
'Washington, July 9. In a manner so
simple as to be almost perfunctory the
senate at 2:06 o'clock yesterday after
noon adjourned without day. None of
the dramatic, exciting scenes unsuaily
attendant upon the adjournment of
congress was enacted during the dos
ing hours of the st-nate's session. It
had been agreed when the senate con
vened at noon that the house resolution
providing for the adjournment of con
gress at 2 p. m., should be adopted, and
that an executive session should b held
to confirm the nominations in the mili
tary and naval establishments. No oth
er business except of the merest routine
nature was to be transacted. The ar
rangement was carried out to the let
Morgan opposed the proposed ad
journment, maintaining that it would
be far more desirable for congress to
take a recess until the first Monday in
September. Morgan said: "There is ab
solutely no noeanfiitv for on nnfitn
ment at tllfis time. It is a hasty, Improvi
dent and dangerous step. It seems to
me that the war with Spain Is drawing
to a conclusion. The ending of the war
will bring to congress questions of'the
highest importance, of the gravest con
sequences in our history. I should not
be satisfied to go away in the circum
stances, leaving the president without
support. We do not know what emer
gencies confront us, what dangers lie
In response to a question by Allen as
to whether it was not likely that peace
negotiations, in view of the dispatches
published yesterday morning, might not
require the attention of congress soon,
Morgan said the suggestion was correct
and apt. "The very moment," said he.
"that the treaty of peace is sigaed by
the president and the government of
Spain the military power of the presi
dent will cease and thelegislatlve branch
of the government must provide a gov
ernment for any territory we may ac
quire by the war. The power of con-
rress comes immediately into effect and
we ought to be here to exercise it."
But the senate was bent on adjourn
ment and after an executive session ad
journment sine die was declared by the
Tennessee Prohibitionists nominated
W. D. Turnley, of Clarksville, for gov
ernor. The Third Iowa congressional dis
trict Republican convention has renom
inated D. B. Henderson.
Charles Norton, of Hartland, Wis.,
died of a sunstroke while at work paint
ing at Heaver lake. Wis.
Chief of Police Lon Fernandez was
killed in a street fight at Rogersville,
Tenn.. by an outlaw named Bradley
Parker Pillsbury died at his home in
School street. Concord, N. H. He was
possibly the last of tbe old time "aboli
At Bradford, Pa.. George B. McCal
mont, a well-known Republican politi
cian, committed suicide because of bus
The United States senate has con
firmed the nomination of David F. Jones
to be United States attorney of the
western district of Wisconsin.
Judge Peter S. Grosscup was named
by the president as one of the members
of the commission to revise and amend
the patent laws of the United States.
The funeral of Edward Ashworth. a
member of the Danville (Ills.) battery,
who died of fever at Chickamauga. was
conducted at Mattoon. Lis., in military
The Sixth district Democrats in con
vention at Colby, Kas.. refused to In
dorse the candidacy of N. B. McCor
mick, the Populist nominee for con
gress. Assistant Treasurer Williams at Chi
cago has announred that no further
subscriptions to the war loan will be
accepted at the loral sub-treasury after
noon next Tuesday.
P.irhard Votaw, of Washington
county, Ky., who shot four persons
fatally at a tent meeting in Mercer
county Sunday night, has been Instant
ly killed by the sheriff.
Fred Rodman, of Westfle:d. Wla, ahot
his wife through the heart and at
tempted to shoot his brother. He was
arrested, pleaded guilty ac4 sentenced
for life in twenty-four fcowt
CLOUDBURST KILLS THLRTEEX
Frightful Disaster to a Missouri Tawa
Seven ! the Dead Are Children.
St. Louis, July 9. A special to The
Republic from Cuba, Mo., says: A cour
ier from Steeleville, the county seat of
Crawford county, brought the terrible
r.ews yesterday that the town had al
most been wiped out by a waterspout
early yesterday morning. The known
dead are: Mrs. Lou Tucker and babe,
St. Louts; daughter of Charles Abrams,
St. Louis: Mrs. John Woods and two
children. Steeleville; Mrs. James Taft
and three children. Steeleville: Mrs.
William Lesough, Steeleville; Luther
Slough, Steeleville; colored man, un
As soon as the news was received a
relief party started for the sricken
town. The town was in ruins. Few
buildings were If ft standing, and groans
of anguish were heard on all sides as
searchers sought for loved ones among
the debris. The waterspout occurred
outside the town, but swelled Yadkin
creek, which came down in a mighty
and destructive flood, sweeping all be
fore it. Up to last evening thirteen
bodies had been recovered, but it is
thought that more have perished.
St, Louis, July 9. A special to The
Republic from Stanlierry. Mo., says: A
heavy rain at 3 o'clock Thursday after
noon became a flood of water along th?
valley south of the railroad track and
some fifteen families with their houses
were carried along by the sweeping tor
rent. The dead are: Mrs. Isaac
Gray and babe; Charles Vance
and Bert Vunce. The Standard
Oil tank with 3.000 gallons of oil was
carried a mile. Three miles from Mary
ville. Mo., the water from the swollen
Nodaway river surrounded the house
of James Nolan, a farmer, and Mrs.
Nolan and her mother, Mrs. Phoebe
Joslyn, were drowned.
SITUATION liT BUSINESS.
Favorable Features Do Not Lessen and a
Good Fall Trade la Expected.
Ne v Yoik, Jvilv Bradstreet's says:
While the tone of general business par
tr.kes of the usual midsumnu-r stock
taking quietness the number of favor
able features coming to hand has not
materially lessened and confidence In a
good fall business is still widesperad.
Business in speculative circles is re
stricted, and the new war taxes have
had an appreciable effect in reducing
the volume of speculative sales by so
called scalpers in grain and securities.
The tone of prices, particularly for
cereals, has shown a slight improve
ment for the week, and detailed compar
isons with recently preceding periods
are still quite favorable.
Developments in the Iron trade are
still patiently awaited, but among the
favorable features might be instanced
an Improved demand for pig iron and
increased inquiry at higher prices for
steel plates at sm? eastern points, while
the western accounts continue quite
favorable. Rather more is doing on ex
port account in this line of business,
and the demand for our cereals abroad
is quite satisfactory. The crop condi
tions is In the main very favorable, al
though the tendency now Is to discard
early extreme estimates of yield of
wheat and 673,000,000 to 700,000,000 bush
el estimates. are more popular.
Business failures for the week number
241 as against 173 last, week 213 in this
w-eek ago, 219 two years ago, 266 in 1895
and 229 In 1S94.
Chlrag Grain and Produce. "
Chicago, July ft.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
July $ .7C4 $ .7 $ .764 $ .79
September ... .6S . .6S4 .63
December .... .6bi. .69 .6V4 .6914
July 32 .32 .224 .22
September ... .Wm .33 .3Z .32T
December .... .2314 .& .23s
July 22", .23 .2274 .22
September, .. .20'4 .20'4 .20'.. .2u7
May 22V .23 .23 .23
July September ...10.00 10.10 9.92 10.10
September ... S CO S.fiO 6.50 5.52'
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
16e per lb; extra dairy, 13c; fresh
packing stock. lOVHc Eggs Fresh
stock. 10c per dox. Live Poultry
Turkeys, 6ft 8c per !b; chickens, 7c;
spring. 12" 14c; ducki, 6c. Pota
toesOld, common to choice, 40(3 50c per
bu; new, $2.0052.40 per brl. Berries
Strawberries, Michigan. 25j40e per 16
qt case; raspberries, red. 60(J75c per
24-pt case; black. anQJOc per 24-qt case.
t nteago a.ive mora.
Chicago, July 8.
HogsKstimated receipts for the day,
22.bu. Sales ranged at t2.75si3.H0 for
pigs. s:!.SQ3.95 for light. $2.o;i3.95 for
rough jacking, 3.&oa4.00 for mixed and
$3.9.r't4.10 for heavy packing and ship
i'attle Estimated receipts f or the
day, S.OoO. Quotations ranged at I.Vftfl
ti5.25 for choice to extra steers. H $:tt
4.95 good to choice do.. 4.40t4.TS for
fair to good. 4.fO&4.uO common to me
dium ilo., $4.0001 4.25 butchers' steers.
$4.157 4.95 fod western strers. $3SO4.40
stockers. $4.Wr4.!0 feeders, $2.5004 25
cows, $3.20i 4.70 heifers. $2.74.25 bulls,
oxen and stags, $3.60iii4.60 Texas steers;
and $4.7Ii 6.75 vesl calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day, .000. Quotations ranged at $4.10
IS.2R westerns. $3.255.25 natives, and
Milwaukee, July S.
Wheat Higher; No. 1 northern, K9e;
No. 2 spring, Use. Oats Higher; 25
626t4c. Rye Higher: No. 1. 4545i.c.
Barley Quiet; No. 2, t2S64c; sample,
I .oral Markets.
Hay-1 imotny, t&rilO; wild,
Potatoes New. lOe. '
Butter-Fair to choice, 12c; fresh creamery,
Cbi.-krns - Spring, t 400ft! 7 per dozen.
Coal -Soft. IOc.
Cattle Butrbers pav for corn fed steers. 4
4'se: cowa and heifers, iMitc; calves.
Hog-3 Sne3 75.
Spring Lamb 43 a head.
.Tin tat lot Hi Alwyt Bought
?sVrtc?h!u 1 tr
AVvgefable Prcparationlbr As
simtuiting tte Food arri adula
ting Hie StoxaarSciiBlBcrwds cC
Opnun.MorpbiirC nor f&ncraL
r? nmr .
n rar nnt fifi
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion. Sour StOuYKh.Diarrtoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
lac Simile Signature of
CXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
CHAS. E, HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co.. - - Cbicaeo, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia. Pa.
Kockford Ins. Co. - - Kockford, 111,
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Kockford, 111.
Offlee, Room S. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage is solic
ited. R. CHAllBERLm,
' f INSURANCE )
For th Following Safa
and Beatable Gjmpanlfi-TBr-s
Traders Ins. Co. Chicago
Providence Washington Ins Co., Providence
Imperial Ins. Co. London
Calandonlan Ins. Co Ed in burg
I jig-lisb-Anierlcan Ins Co.,
Liverpool and Nor walk
Pacific Ins. Co New York
Home Mutual Ins. Co. San Francisco
Offloe Boom 80 Mitchell A Lrn&Vt
Block. Telephone No. 1080.
Kepreserits the follow taf well
known fire and Accident Itavsr
Rochester German Ins Co.
Westchester Fire " .
HufTalo Uermao .
Reliance " .
German Fire " .
New Hampshire ..
Milwaukee Mechanics " .
Fidelity and Casualty .
....Rochester. JI Y
Huff alo. N V
..Manchester. S H
OutoetmerlsiotaTtti attest aod
BetxXka areOItA) I
White Seal saloon
2815 Sscecd Atom.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought .
errr-o coitntiT. tar vem err.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
OBICAQP. ROOK IBLAXD A PACIFIC RUT.
J Tickets can ke pa refused or ssijan
theefced at RIftF Twentieth street detSTS
OBIsF (?rpot, coirer Fifth evanne and falrta
arst tract. Frank H FluBuaer. Acsat.
Doi,vai Lim ted uiuaha.. .
Ft Worth. Uinvw A a C...
Ornate and Ilea M otnes
tChnaha A Miniwapoli
Omaha A Des iloiutt Kl ....
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
Omaha A Denver
Oninba X Ib-nvt-r
Kuril Isintid A Burets Ac...
t Haal Mmnearels
Denver, ft Worth A K C...
tKansas City A rt Jnaeph...
iRork island A Wapblcrtoo
Rock lfianrt A Bronx tyn Ac.
t &:W pttl
5 iff am
S 0 am
i t:9 pm
1 1 ft pat
t 7:ll asm
t S .Wipm
t S sW LB
t 4:0ft pat
t 717 ass
it T tuaxc
Arrival. 4 Depart nr. t Dally, except Bends.
All others dally. Telephone 10V3.
SUHLINGTOl FolTB-C B A Q BAIL
w.r-Depot First avaass aU Ixtaaatfe
(4,11 J Tonng. Ageat.
Ltava I a a bits
Bt TU, Bprlngtlela. Petrla.
Bnr. Qale. vtsMnnwostii
Chtnaen. nterllng, Clinton t
Peons, Heardstnwn. bar
llntoa. Denver A West....
t. Fsol A Minneapolis ....
Bterllor. U'lntnn A Dnbnone
;40 amjt 1:40 pat
ti 45pB;ni mm
7 i:io am
7 to pcu't :! pat
It. L.. Kti.as CI v. Denver
A Pae CosM wU Galh'nr ' T -a pm am
Daily. tDally exoept landay.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A BT PACT. Rail-way-hsrtBS
A Boalhsteatara Division
ltenot Twentieth m'n-t t kMSIM rim s-.
swans. L H Greer, A rent.
anar v m
TRAINS Lsavs Aaajva
t Pssl Sxpiwas 4-ns B li-soaai
Freight and Accommodatloa a ru an tuaia
Dally except anaday.
QOCar ILAKD A FBOR'A RAILWAY-
r Deptt First Avenoe and Twentieth street.
E Blockhosse, Oen'l Tkt Agent.
TRAHtg. Lxats Iabbitb
BprtngSeld, Cincinnati, I'eo- '
rta, etc lO:tl Bat
Peoria. BpriuirfirlJ, M Lsalr
s.nssm t mprn
Acomaodattna Fast Fralgbt 10;30 aai
Peoria, f pt1nk'fl. ld. tlnciu-
". I.tspm Hits am
Peoria Aerwsi Frelrht 7:10 pm Idlest
aberrant Accommodation... NKWam, 4 Ml pal
cable Accomodation 8:40 an I pat
Cab and Hkarrard aenom . . : ps- f Aft ass
Passer rar train leave C E I A P (Molina
avennc) depot nva (&) salnates sarltsr thaa I me
tvea. Trsias asarked daUy, all other trsia
dally axcsDt Baadsy.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
a specialty. .
For cheapness, durability and
beautj excelled bj none. This
tone does not wash or color tbe
wall wltb alkali, etc. Plans tent
oa lor estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarrici IS miles front Book
Island on tbe C. B. A Q. K. U.
Trains Noa. ft and 10 will atop
and let visitors off and oa.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samplei of Stone and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Boom
No. 12. Mitchell t Ljnde'B build,
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager
Rock Island or Colons, I1L