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THE, AB&USf HpNDAY, JULY 18, 1898-
&tate ef John Faueraaan, deceased.
The OGderitra? bv.-tnjr been appointed ad
luiaWtrstor with (hp wi j-mexeflot Hje estate
nljobn SunT-n 'no l.iteo( the eounlyof Rock
Inland. state of Illinois, ilee ceied. hereby (five
Botioe that be will appe.ir tieore ibe county
court ( Kih Ic ll.iiid county, at the county
court tiKim. In the eiiy of hock bland, at the
September term, on the Mm Monday in Sep
tember next, at nhicb time all persons iitif
claims mUnst said fMat are notified and
requeued to attend, for the purpose of bar
lng the same adjusted.
All person indebted to Mid estate are re
quested to ra:ike Immediate payment to the
Da lea tout l.'.tn dcy of July. A. D. IW.
'iiahij K. HATTI.r.
AdmiiiUtritor wi'b tbe Will Annexed.
tntof Maria Mirnnon, deceased.
The unde-ilt'sed havlntr been appointed ad
ministrator if tbe cM;ite of Mane Simmon,
lain of lb county of Koek Maud. stitc of
Illinois, decrawd. bf rely elves nollce that hu
will appear before Ibe Count y court of Hock
Isl.itnl ivmnty at the rfl'e of the clerk of said
Court. In thi-;t v o( It ck Nl.mil at tbe Septem
ber tenn.ou tbe II r-t Moiiriiv ill September next,
at wbleh time all per w hsvimrclamiHinriiitiit
said e;ute ure notincd und re'iitl to at
teml. for ibe p.irjxr-e of bavinir the use ad
Justed. All persons indebted to s:i!d evate are re
Odettel f tuiKe iiuruniiule payment to tbe
liaterl ihts iL'th d iv or Ji.lv A. D.
.s. is. Kknwokthv. Administrator.
Satire to Coat raetnrs.
Scaled pronr-als will lie received at the
eliy elerh ott'nw, Rock Mand. until Monilav.
July II. W"H. at .i o'clock p. m.. for constmct
I h the linnrovement unlcred by an ordinance
entitled as lollowv
' An ordinance for tbe Improvement of Thir
tieth street, lu the city of Kock Island, state
o I IllinoU from tbe nortu linn of Seventh ave
nue to the nor h line of hik-hteenth avenue."
And for furn sbinK nil the mnleriiiN and do
Inff the work according to tbe plana and
speritiontions on llie at tbe city clerk's
Itlani bids will be furnished on application.
F.leh bid must be aenompanied by n certi
fied cheeU in tbe sum of five himdrel cf-ino.oU)
dollaiK on ome (tocR Island bank, puvable to
the order of the mayor of nd city, which
r-ha I beenu; forfeited t said city In case tbe
bidder shall fail to enter into contract within
en IH'i days after tb awarding- of said Con
tract, with approved sureties to erecut the
wor for the price mentioned In his hid a d
according to tin plans and specifications in
the event that the contract shall be awarded
Contractor, arc required to furnish samples
of the brick with anion the work is to be done.
Ilrlek used lu the work must correspond with
tbe samples in quality uud stlo.
Kock Island, HI., June Jl.
A. 1). Huksi.no, City Cleric.
John T. Stafford. Attorney.
State of Illinois. I
Kock Island county. (
In the Circuit Court, in chancery. Fore
closure veneral No. 4;iV.
Khoda Cnwdcn vs. J. Julius Strochle and June
Notice is hereby irlven t' nt I'V v'rttie of a
decree of r-uiil Hurt, e tered In the aoove en
titled cause, ou tuetwentv-tliirtldnvot.liine A.
It. W. I shall, on Siiinrdiiy. the Ihlriietli
day of July A. U. Ikih. at the bourofonc o'dock
in tbe nficrbO'in. at the north door of tbe
court hot.se. In the eitv of Kock Inland, in
said nin- of Hock Island, to satisfy mi id de
cree, sell at public vendue to the highest and
best b'iblerlorcash in hand, that certain par
ccloriimd ft'luateinlhc county of hock Island
and state of Illinois, known anddescribed s fol
fait number five (5) in block number one
(I I. In Charles Huford uiblilion to the city of
ltoeK Islar.d. as said lot Is designated upon'the
plat of a.iid addition recorded intbi recorilcr s
nfilcp of said Hock Island county in hook Qof
records of deeds at pane tt thereof.
tailed at Kock island. Illinois. tbrs flth day
of J ill r A. I). I es.
Ki.wisj H Pakmknter,
Master lrj Chancery, itovs Island Countv. 111.
John T. .stahmkk.
State of Illinois, i
County of Koeu Island. m
In the elisvilt court, m ehancerv. to the Mav
term A. It. Itf.m. mil to sell real estate, t-ieu-erai
Frank W. lUochlineer. compla'nant. v. Joseph
A. Iilwhlimrpr. John I- hlohlinrer. Ixmisa
K Hehrens. Kred Hliwhlint'er. tieore llebr
pns Anna Hehrens, IajiiIs llubreas, Kdward
Pulilbt notice Is hereby civen. that by virtue
f a decree of the circuit conrt of Raid county
entered May 1 ss. ia the above entitled
cause, authorllnir nrl empoweriiur tbe under
sixnrd asiulnilrilstrator with the will annexed of
tbe estate of Joseph l lilochlinser. deceased,
to sell the real estate, with tbe appurtenances,
hereinafter described. n& nil the estate, title
and intermit therein whereof the said Joseph
I. Hbiehlliurer deceased, died seized, in fee
pimple, tbe underpinned w ill. on tbe ;H)!b day of
Julr. A. II IM. at the hour of two c.'i o'clock
p m.. at the nortt door of the court house In
tbe city ef Kock Island, in suld eountv.
niter for sile. to the biKirt Milder, the fol
lowlnir tract, of land, w ith the appurtenance.
Iq said eitv. docrthed as follows:
The west half of lot six (II) In block
ftlvty-two ft!i. in that part of Maid city known
as Cbicairo or dower adiliuon. and all the es
tate. Hue and interest therein of Uie com
plainant un.l defendant above nnmed. nnd
each of tbrtu. and ull the euate. title and in
terest therein wherof the said Joseph I
Hlocillcj;er, deceased, died seized in fee sim
ple Term of sale, cash In hnnd.
Itock Island, Illinois, .lime -V. 1X0.
KHK W. IlKS-HLINRCH.
Administrator with the will nnnecd of the
estate of Joseph U UlocUlinicr. dcccaed.
John Volk iV Co,
Builders : : :
S.iKh. D.'ors. Hlind iiiid MiniMirtj
Vfnrrivil anil llitnl Vom Floor-"
in": 'f All Kimls.
Single nn'l Ionl'li' Strength Wirnlntv
i!.is. Tolisheil ntn. lW-vtleil
Date ami Arl (ilass.
aHtorUhteenth R()ck Sand.
If rt with yon whMlW yon mntinnr thavaHM
Brr- -itlilingtoI'MTo haMt. NO-TO-ACd 1
rfiniiei thi limit for thavro. nhaTCJI 3
Un, tmrnrj ih bio Jt rc-tAjM 9 k mZPjSS .
tton-ii U mnhoHitJfTm m I ja ftoir '
tehci you 1-jf7iIIIlVld 400,000
r .ayyJal 1 9Jf jrfiTajnr tlrUC.7lk. w b
B I lil-,wila.,mrh rru9. TAkoHwitn
tl nVwlli.Mlrntly,MriiUtFRtlr on
I T7 mirni tomr. or v rfnnrt mrmrj.
DR. FELIX LE BRUN'8
Steel f Pennyroyal Trettmeot
b the originrd and only FRENCH,
aafe anil reliable core on the mar
ket, frbs. II. CO: sent bf maiL
(ienaiiie oIJ only by
A J Hies. Fourth Avenue Drug Store, sole
"For tlx yeara I nu victim ofdy'
repwla in its worst forni. I could eat nothing
ut milk toat. and at times my stomach would
not retain and digest even that Last March 1
began taking CASCARLTS and aince then I
bare steadily improved, until 1 am s well at I
ever was In my life."
David H. UrrtPBr. Newark. O.
Plesnt. Pal-uable. Potent. Tae Good. Tk
Ouod. Never Sicken. Weaken, or Grie. IPc. 'JUe. uo.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
tt.ri!ae ttrssstf rflwru.. ric,, Wsalml. 3I Tsrk. 311
B1 TA Blft Sold nn1 pnnrspfus by all drcz
KJ" I U-DAVl guu to I'VIE Tctiaceo Habit.
In p t u i f
J SieOA.snIs i UcCAjSKEIK, g
9 UK.er kl Ln.
tujt Ulwtia and vHc Rofc Uan4 2
sflUi orer rf -il MUM t,
i 00! 04 OB UiC k m
I. C. COrt.vtLLT.
; CONNELLY & C0SSELLY,
I AtwrneysatLaw. C
t Honey loaned. Office over Thomas' ?
I drug store, ccr. Beuocil avenue and 2
i Beveoteenlh streev. g
0. L. ANDEBSEN,
Real Estate, Loau, Insurance and i
Collection Agency. jji
Room 6, Duford block. . S
Attoroan at Law.
Ola le Roek Iwaad JTevbraalBank
WM. L- LUDOLra,
attorney at Law.
Mmies to Loan. Oenerai Legal Boal-
aeu, okary PuWe. ITSa Saaond ava
nae, Buvord b'.ock-
e. d. iwuin. a L wALEn.
EWtKNSY A WALH.EB,
Atvmeyi and Couceellors ai Law.
OfDee in Bectnon Biodk.
CUAULK9 J. UEABIJE,
OeaneeUor at law. Oaoe la eourt
MoKNiBY & M0ENIBY,
Iioan mobfiy oc f -od seeurtty; make
eoUeatloes. K?rarecoe, UiMibeU
Ljuia bunkers Uffloe. MltokeU
F. H. F1SST, M. D.
rhyaieian and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on i:3T. Oiilca, tJB Twcn
!et.h rtref. Olloe Kour: '0 o 12 a.
m. ; anu i iu n p. in. ar: uay, o;w
Ml sua. tn.; i.w to I p. m. ,
DR. CORA EMERY HEED, 5
Homoeopathic Pbj sielan. S
Special attentiou to diseascii of wom
en an children, iso diseases of eye,
Sar, nose anu Uimav Odlce hours
W W IV I M. II.., I" w. IU. KIW
teenth btrect, Kock Isuud.
1)0. S. 11. MILLfcB,
ycti rlnary Surgeon and Dentist.
AM disease rf horses nnd eattle
giCiil operatiora periornied in a sciea- J
tilie msnner. Ioi:s treated AH rsill r
prompt 'y attend ei to. residence, 1MB E
rifvh avenue. Telephone 1 on SS67. S
Office and InOrmary, li5 ihi7 Fifth a
avenue. (James M-tucker a elaole,) op- fj
osite No. 1 lire hoasc.
Orar Krall A Math a, ITII BeaOBd aeas
PR. C. VT. GRAFTON,
S Rooms 13 and K Mitchell t.ynde
and I to 6 p. in.
Archltecu and EnpertnterjCenU.
HXNBY GAET-K, Ptrcp
Out Dowers and Designs ol. al IClnda
City rtore, isn BjoobJ aranna. Tela i
i piume, taia.
1 1 CATHARTIC
w Ttf ADI MAJtM BIOtaTlmO
ts Extensions Being Pushed as
Authorized by the Congress
KANY PEHTIOSS TOE THE SEBVICE
Wbl-h Has Already Keen Started at a
'unv of Points Intention Is to Dis
tribute the Appropriation Where It Is
Host Needed Over 40,000,000 Feople
Ttiscrved Decisions on Bank Taxes and
as to Stamps Fpon Bank Receipts.
Washington, July 18. The estension
f the rural free delivery postal serv
ice authorized by the last congress is
brins purhed forward as rapidly as
circumstances will permit. Soon after
the intentions of consress were made
apparent additional rural pervice was
started from Tranford, Guilford and
Mllford. Conn.; Moorestown and Riv-
rton, N. J.; Antwerp. Highland, Phila
delphia and Watertown, N. T.; Marietta
and Poland, O.; Muncit?, Ind.; Rngers
ville, llorristnwn. Greenville and Atoka,
Tenp.; Brattlehoro, Vt., and Athol,
Macs. One hundred and fifty-seven pe
titions from thirty-five states and ter
ritories are on file asking exten-ions of
the service to as many towns, and spe
cial agents of the department are now
In the field in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and
other states laying out additional
routes for this service.
Over 40,000,000 Without Free Deliveiy.
First Assistant Postmaster General
Heath is endeavoring as far as possible
to distribute the additional appropria
tion authorized by congress among
those stat-s and teritories where the
existing facilities for the distribution
of the mails by free delivery are the
poorest. With this end in view he has
had a tabular statement prepared
showing the population of the different
states served with free delivery under
existing laws which restrict the regular
free delivery service to cities of 10,001,
inhabitants or $10,000 gross receipts, and
tbe number of people in each state who
ruceive no free delivery at ail. These
tables show that considerably over 40,
fc'0.000 people are now absolutely with
out free delivery of mails, except where
furnished in spots by site experimental
rural free delivery service.
We Are Uehiud Europe In This.
Reports obtained by the first assistant
postmaster general from foreign coun
tries disclose that in every leadng coun
try forming a part of the universal
postal union, except the United States,
the mails are delivered at the residences
of every adressee, either with slight
charge for additional postage or at the
ordinary postage rate. The United
States and the south and Central
American states stand alone in requir
ing the patrons of the postal service to
send for their mails.
EI I.ES ON NATIONAL TAX ATIOK.
Special To Re Paid by Hanks-Stamps on
Receipts Used on Checks.
Washington, July 18. The commis
sioner of internal revenue he3 he'd that
in estimating the amsunt of special tax
required to he paid by a bank, based as
the law requires upon capital and sur
plus, the amount invested in United
States bonds is not to be deducted. It
is held that there is no provision of law
which warrants such deduction, inas
much as the tax is not upon the bonds
but upon the business of banking; the
capital and surplus, which may include
bonds, is taken as a basis for fixing the
amount of the tax.
The commissioner has also held that
receipts used as checks to draw money
from banks are subject to the stamp
tax. It is' said that several banks in
order to avoid the stamp tax are ac
cepting receipts for cash which arcord
lng to the letter of the law are exempt.
The commissioner, however, has de
PEOPLE WE KNOW.
They Are Kock Island People and What
They Say Is of I-ocal 1 uteres!.
When an incident like the following
occurs, rij;ht hen? at home, it is bound
to carry weight with our readers.
When so manv stranjre occurrences
ro the rounds of the press; are pub
lished as litcts; when the intelligent
readers knows they cannot be true,
there is no reason that people liecoiuc
skeptical. On one subject skepticism
is 1'npnllv disappearing, lliisisiltteto
the actual personal experience of our
citizens ami their public, utterances
regarding them. The doubter must
doubt no more in the face of such ev
idence as this. The public statement
tf a reputable citizen living right
here at home, one whom you can see
every day. leaves no ground for the
skeptic to stand on.
Mrs. J. Anderson, of 1305 Thirty-
eighth street, savs: ! suffered from
marked symptoms of kidney trouble
for two years. Six months previous
to the spring of 1897 I had a steady
aching pain through my kidneys and
in my hips, esjiecially after a hard
day's work, when my back hurt me
so severely that it made me nervous
and restless nijrhts. There was too
frequent action of the kidney secre
tions, as a rule, very anuoying and
distressing. Ioans KidueV Tills
were recommended to me and I ol
tained a lox at Marshall & Fisher's
drug store. In a few days I hcjan to
improve and I continued the treat
ment nnttl I was completely cured.
My buslwnd remarked to me- several
times that he had not heard ine com
plain of my back, and insisted that I
continue the use of Doan's Kidney
Tills, bnt there was no need of it. "l
shall always keep them on hand to
lase as required. I am certain that
no one will be disappointed after giv
ing them a fair trial."
Doan's Kidney Tills for sale bv all
dealers. Trice V0 cents. Mailed by
toster-Mdburu company. Ruffalo.
. Y., sole agents for the United
Mates. Remember the name. Doan's,
and take no snbstitute. For sale bv
Marshall & Fisher. .
cided That tinker those circumstances
receipts to all Intents and purposes are
checks and therefore must be stamped.
Washington, July 18. The president
has appointed the following commis
sioners to meet a similar commission
on the part of Great Britain and Can
ada for the purpose of adjusting the
relations between ibe United States
and Canada: Senator Fairbanks, of In
diana; Senator George Gray, of Dela
ware; Representative Xelson Dingley,
of Maine; Hon. John A. Kasson, of Iowa,
and Hon. John W. Foster, of the Dis
trict of Columbia.
. Doesn't Bun $5,000 to a Bid.
Washington, July 18. The work of
classifying the new bond issue has pro
gressed sufficiently to enable the treas
ury department to announce that all
subscriptions for $4,9S0 and less will be
IXUD COSTJfiWu LIVES.
One of the Dead Men Being a Bystander
Who Caught a Ballet.
Keosaqua, la., July 18. At Farming
ton, fifteen miles east of here in this
county, a row occurred in a saloon Sat
urday night resulting-in the death of
two men Push Reece and George Hat
ter, the latter colored. A feud existed
between Hatter and Armel Freed.
Hatter met Freed and at once opened
fire on him.
He fired five shots without effect as
to Freed, but one struck Reece, a by
stander, in the stomach. Hatter then
left the saloon. retreuting dov.n the
street. Freed followed, and after sev
eral shots sent a bullet through Hatter's
lungs. Buth Rcece and Hatter died yes
terday. Clever Counterfeiter Sent l"p.
Milwaukee, July IS. William An
drews, an exceedingly clever counter
feiter, who was wanted by the United
States secret service officials from St.
Paul to San Francisi-o. was Saturday
sentenced to two years' imprisonment
In the Stillwater prlsun by Judge Sea
man, of the. federal court. Andrews
recently completed a three years' term
of imprisonment at San Francisco for
Value of Toes In Walking.
The idea that the lesser toes are neces
sary in walking is generally entertain
ed, and it has been a surprise to Euro
pean physicians to learn that amputa
tion of all tho lesser toes et both fcot
has been followed by oomplete recovery
and tho restoration to usefulness of both
tbo feet operated upou. The feet healed
6lowly after the operation, but very
steadily and without nn-asant com
plications. The operation was perform
ed, and in a little more than a year and
a half the patient danced all night and
experienced no inconvenience whatever
on account of having only one toe on
each foot She rides a wheel, plays ten
nis and enjoys every sport that girls of
her ago are fond of. The causo of tho
trouble was originally chilblains, which
was neglected until it produced con
traction of tho muscles with the most
intense pain, which was at times so
severe that she could not enjoy the
necessary amount of sleep. Snrgoons are
of the opinion that a great deal of need
less suffering- is endured which might
bo relieved by extremely simple opera
tions on the feet. New York Ledger.
Dodging m Shot.
When Dewey was first lieutenant of
one of the gunboats which Farragut
nscd as a dispatch boat the admiral
used often to come aboard and steam up
near the levee to recounoiter. The
southerners had a way of rushing a field
piece to the top of the high bank, firing
point blank at tbe gunboat and then
backing down again. Upou one such oc
casion Farragut saw Dewey dodge a
"Why don't yon stand firm, lienten
ant?" said ho. "Don't you know yon
can t jump quick cnoughr
A day or so after the admiral dodged
a shot. The lieutenant smiled and held
his tongue, but the admiral had a guilty
conscience. lie cleared his throat once
or twice, shifted his attitude and finally
"Why, sir, yon can t help it, sir. It's
human nature, and there's an end to
A General Proposition.
Wickwiro (looking at board with
"Pity the Blind" on it) You are no
more blind than I am.
Dismal Dawson Well, what's it to
Wickwiro What business have you
wearing that card?
Dismal Dawson Jist as mnch right
asauybody. I don't say I'm blind. This
here is jist a abstract proposition. Bee?
In a Wet Season.
"I see, the editor 6aid, "that you
have rhymed 'again' with 'rain. ' "
"Yessir," the office poet absented.
" Well, it doesn't go. It may be all
right in the weather report, but you are
hired as a poet" Cincinnati Enquirer.
Killed by an Angry Bull.
Xashville, Ills., July 18. Samuel Oles
by, a young German farmer residing
south of this city, had a fierce struggle
to the death with an angry bull. Olesby
was gored through and through before
assistance could reach him, but with
his last strength the farmer cut the
bull's threat In a odzen places with a
Death of an Indiana Writer.
Brazil, Ir.d.. July 18. Mrs. Mary Bas-
Miissev. who had a wide reputa
tion as a writer and linguist, dledat her
home here Saturday, aged 5o.
Gone to Bis Indiana Boma.
irscshineton. July 18. Judge Penfleld
atiiHtnr of the department of state
has returned to his heane tn Indiana
to spend his vacatlen."
nig Paver mm Destroyed by Fire.
Stevens Point, Wis., July IS The
Wisconsin River Pulp and Paper com
pany's mill, was destroyed by fire yes
tcrda. The loss wiii be between S150.0G0
and tittf.eOO, fuiiy covered by insurance.
In the Bank of England theie are
manv diver invnta chir4i hnvo t-iin nn.
touched for nearly 200 year.
BOATING PARTY IS HT3SI5G.
Fonr Teang Vest of Milwaukee SalUng
and Fail to Rrtarn.
Milwaukee. July 13. The police de
partment was notified Saturday night
that a sailboat with four young men, all
of Milwaukee, had been missing since
noon Saturday. The names of the oc
cupants of the boat are: Richard
Yuckonx. Edward Johnson and Dan
Johnson, brothers, and William Thomp
son. The taxty called out of the river
from the Kinntcfcinr.iek river bridge,
Saturday, intending to cruise alor.g the
lake shore a short distance and then re
turn. Failing to arlve at their homes at
night a search was instituted which has
revealed so trace of the missing boat.
A boat answering the description of the
one taken nut by the boys was reported
as being sven by an Incoming steampr
several miles out and going in a north
Ucclslon In a Stamp Tax Case.
Ottumwa. Ia,. July IS. United States
Commissioner Hunter, in a decision
here fixed it to be th duty of espn-ss
companies to pay the 1-ccnt revenue
tax. The controversy arose from ship
pers who objected to paying it. The
cashier of the local office was held ti
the federal grand jury charged with
violating th? revenue law.
3 Counterfeit Treasury Notes,
Nw York, July 18. Two counterfeit
J2 Vnited States treasury notes of the
series of 1S91 were submitted to the in
spection of Cashier Marlor at the fcub-
trcaury Saturday and were promptly
pronounced to be bad.
Covenant Mutual l.lle l.illcatton.
Snrinelleld. III.. Julv IS. Attornr-v
General Akin has addressed communi-
ations t the cttornevs interested In
the C.-ivcnant Mutual I-ife association
ntisatior. savir.tr he thinks the nolirv.
holu-.rs have a right to a decision of tiie
questi- n Involved by the state supreme
ourt. lie a?Ks the cn-operatiun of all
tmccrrtd to set the rnse into the su
'nrr.e court without the interposition
if nny ter.t hnicallty. The attorneys
of the company have signified a wil!ing-
rps to co-operate with the attorney
general in this matter.
Vandalia Has a Net ltalanee.
Indianapolis. Julv 18. V. T. Malott.
rerrlvor of the Vandalia system of rall
ronds. has lil'd in the I'nited State
court a report for the period .f the re-
slvcrshlp ir.im Any. 14. IS'.iG. to Anril
M. 13S. The total receipts were WI.MT.-
i:i.9:l and total disbursements fls.ST.Y.
SOUS, leaving the net balance on hand
May 31 of S2M.n01.f l.
t'l-rro Guiito" Williams Is leat.
Jlount Sterling. Ky.. July IS. Gen
eral John S. Williams, ex-l'nited States
senator and soldier In the Mexican and
civil wars, died at 7 a. m., Saturday, in
his home near this i Ity. He will be
buried at Winchester, Ky.. this after
noon. AEBfilTCATED TELEQ&AKS.
The prevalent e of yellow fever at San
tiago has made It necessary t disinfect
the mails coming; from that point.
Edward Baggott. one of the leading
plumbers of Chicago, has made an as
signment. Liabilities $125,000; assets,
Ceorge Pitlsbury, of the firm of Pills-
bury & Co.. president of the North
western bank, died at Minneapolis, a gel
Ed Dunkhurst, the "Syracuse giant,"
has issued a challenge tn Tern Sharkey
or Jeffries for a bout from ten to
The National League of Republican
Clubs at Its convention at Omha elect
ed Colonel cSpnrge Stone, of San Fran
Private St. Crois, of the Thirty-thir l
Mit h'gan.is one of the wounded arrived
at Old Point Comfort, Va., on th hos
pital ship Saturday.
Ehr-n Brewer, who had cha-gs of a'l
postal arrangements of the l"n;td
Ft?tes in Cuba, died near Santiago.
Cuba, rf yellow fever.
The Srst woman to be placed In tbe
Sedgewirk county, Kns.. Jail is J s.e
I.andfair, who was srrer.tr d at Wichita
on a charge of hor'e stealing.
E. J. Allen's farmhouse, twenty milt s
east of Junction City, Kan., and three
children under 6 years of age burned to
death, and two other children fatally.
The London Statist says it thinks th-
woild's wheat ctop for 1SS8 will be 45 -
(Oo.COO quarters larger than the rrop of
1SS7 reaching about 3.5 (Ml.000 quarters.
Lieutenant Jnhn J. I'.lcndin, who was
officer of the deck :n the Maine whn
the wss destroyed In HaTnna harber, ts
dead of the mental shock of that trag
edy. There '8 no truth in the announce
ment that Cltra L. Ward, formerly of
Petroit. Mich., Ih? divorced wife of
Prir.ce Joseph cf Cfcimay and Caraman,
I'niess present plans miscarry th
Spanif-h soldiers surrendered at Santi
ago wi'll sail from Cuba for Srain on
July 25. P.tds have reen advcrt.tel for
to transport them to Srain.
Miss Lilian Rybarger, a popular
teacher in the public schools of Paris,
Ills., has gone to Jacksonville, Fla.,
where she will be married to Major
Edward J. Lang, Fourth Illinois volun
teers. Major Webb C. Hayes, of the First
Ohio cavalry, son of the late Presi
dent Hayes, was wounded on Friday,
July 1. the first day of the battle of
Santiago. His wound has hRlcd and he
is ready for duty again. He had the
matter kept secret.
Har-1 imotby, fIO; wild, VZ&.
Potatoes New. lfle.
Butter Fair to choice, 12c; fresh creamery.
( bieken Sprit)?. 12 40gf2 7 per dozen.
Cattle Huttliers pay for corn fed steer 4
4'ie. cons and betters, ilttfeM; calves. 4',r4
Hor- ..VifttS 73.
Spring Lamb $3 a head.
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COR. CURI AND VAI BUREM STt.
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Improvements costine V5ffi0M have
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