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Tim ABCrTJg, SATUBDAY, JJLT 23t -18sfc
McCASKRIN & McCASKRIN,
Attorney at Law.
Rock Inland and Milan. Rock Island office
rerKrell a Math's store. Milan office on
B. C. .')! 5 EU.T. & D. COS SILLY
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
' Attorney at Law.'
Money loaned. Office over ThomaV drug
store, coruer of Second avenue and Seven
O. L. ANDERSEN,
Seal Kfitate, Loan, Insurance and
Room 6, Rutord Block.
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorney at Law.
Office in Rock Island National Uank Bulld-
WILLIAM L. LUDOLPII.
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General legal husinosx. No
tary public. Kus Second avenue, liufo d
C. D. HWEBSET. C.L.WAI.KEH.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellor at Law.
Office in llcnifston Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. (mice In oourt house.
McENIRY & M ENIRY,
Attorney) at Law.
l.o.wi money on iroul security: make collec
tion. Itf frrt-n . Mucocll LvnUo, banners,
umce, Mitchell Lynde nuilillnir.
F. H. FIRST, M. I).
rhylclun and Surgeon.
Phone I on I3R7. Ofrlce. !1 Twentieth
trret (ffilre hours: Id to 12 a. m : i to 4 and
7 to Hp.ro Sunday. t;jo to K:i a. m.:l:3uto
, 3 n. in.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of eye. ear. nose nnd
throat. Ontee hours-1) SJ to IS . in.. 1 to 4 p.
m. i!l Sixteenth street. Rock Lslund.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Sunrcon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated oa
lipproved principles Surgical operations per
formed in a scientific manner. Dogs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. itetidence,
ItrM Fifth avenue. Telephooe I on IW. Office
and infirmary. ini.Vlfii; f'ifih avenue (James
Muucker ssvab.e). opposite No. 1 tire hou-e.
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell A Math's, 171 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. (iRAFTON.
Kooms 1.1 and I.S. Mitchell A I.vndc hulldloc.
(mce hours from S to 12 a. m. and 1 to 6 p. m
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Tllock Second floor.
HENRY UAETJE, rrop.
Cut (lowers and teslgns of all Kinds.
City store. I!f Second avenue. Tclenhone
McCoy's New European Hotel
COR. CURE AND VAN BDREI ITS.
Oh klsek rrM r. H. I. P. m4
Mm . 91. K. a tllral depot,
Improvements costing $75,000.00 hav
lust rn comclfted. and the bouse now
otTer every convenience to be found in any
notes including not ana cold water, electm
light and steam beat in every room.
Rates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY. Owner ao Proprietor
Subscribe for The Argcs
SJ?;."? "S laaatire tbe? are lmpli won
auKbtr and 1 were rotbered with
!Lli om,'B jnd onr breath wasrcrjtud. After
.?J!! i ,;w " of Caoraretn we La re iBpnntd
wonderfully. They are a arret help In lb family."
WiimLmiiA K kLtn.
US Etltenhouae St, Cincinnati. Ohio.
I Oood, Never Sickao. Weaken, ur Gripe. Kte.4je.SOo.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
g"H- C .r. fMraw, Mtl. Kn Tart. JU
w a. xooaoco tiaiuu
Estate of John Sauermann, deceased. "
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator with the wlilannexedof the estate
of John Sauermann. lateof th nmnrtnt i?jwi
Inland, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby if Ives
uuiiue vdbi ac wuj appear neiore me county
court of Hock Island county, at the county
court room, in the citv of Knclr Tslunri it rh.
September term, on the first Monday in Sep
tsuuber next, al which time all persons having
viaims against said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of hay
Ir.K the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to Raid estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 13th day of July. A. D. 1808.
Chahi.em K. Hatti.es,
Administrator wi'h the Will Annexed.
Estate of Maria Simmon, deceased.
The undcrslvord havine been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Marie Simmon.
late of tb county of Kock Island. stte of
Illinois, accpased. hereby trues notice that be
will appear before the county court of Rock
Inland county at the ctflce of the clerk of xid
court. In thecityof Kick Island at the Septem-
uer icrra. on tne nrst m otmay in septemner next,
at which time all Dcr ons htvinir claims uirninst
saiu estate are notineu una recu-steu to at-
tena. tor tne purpose ol having the same ad
Justed. All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated tb's I Jth dav of July A. D. 1899.
S. S. Kknwokthy, Administrator.
Administrator's I'etition for Discharge,
To the heirs at law of John Park, deceased.
Notice Is herehv clven to said heirs nt law.
and euch of hem. that the undersigned has
this day tiled in the probate court of the
county of Hoi-k island, bis petition for final
settlement and discharge as administrator
wiininewni u-ncx-n o the estate of John
Park, deceased, and also for the discharge of
the sureties on bis official bond as said ndmin
That on the fifth day of August next he will
appear before said court aud ask suid court
lor nis tiiscnarge as above stated and ulso for
the discharge of said suretie.. knil ulso for n
II u al settlement of said estate, at which time
unci piace you win appear ir you see lib
ItoeU Island. Illinois. Julv luth. I wis
Uiuiki.e llu.i.im. administrator, with the will
wiueieu oi tue eiu:e oi jonn park, ae
John T. Stafford. Attorney.
State of Illinois. I
Hock Lslaud county. )"
In the Crcuit Court, In chancery. Fore'
closure general No. Xth.
Kbodu Cowden vs. J. Julius Stroehle and Jane
Notice Is hereby given that by v'rtue of a
oecree oi suio court. e4tered tn the above en
tilled cause, on the twenty-thirddayof June A.
D. isvs. I Miall. on Saturday, the thirtieth
day of July A. D. lxvft.ai thebourof one o'clock
in the afternoon, at the north door of the
court Douse, in the city of Koek Island, in
said coiiny of Hock Island, to satisfv said d-
crcc. sell at public vendue to the highest and
best b'dder for cash in hand, that certain par
eelofland.s'tuatctntbe county of Hock IMund
and state of Illinois, kuown and described is fol
Lot number live (5) in Mock number one
in Charles Buford addition to the city of
Ifock Island, as said lot Is designated upon the
plat of said addition recorded in lbs recorder's
office of said Kock Island county In book Q of
records of deeds at page thereof.
Dated at Hock Island, Illinois, this 6th day
ui tfuiy a. u. irwv
Kl.WIS E. Pakmestxb.
caster la Chancery, Rock Island County. 111.
John T. Stakkoko.
Notice for Bids.
Inibllc notice Is hereby given that the board
of local improvements of the city of Koek Isl
and, and state of Illinois, will receive sealed
bids until J o'clock p. m. of the auth dav of
July. lhWt. at which lime the said bids w ill be
opened, or tne tiavtng of Twenty-sixth street
from the south line of Fifth avenue to the
north line of Seventh avenue, in accordance
with the ordinance passed therefore on the
ixth day of April. m. The said ordinance and
the specltlcation for the said improvement are
now on file in the othce of the citv clerk.
The cont no-tor will he paid as follows: In
cash and bonds bearing interest at per cent
per annum, as specified and provided in the
ordinance concerning said improvement. Bids
will be received for the whole of suld work,
and all bids shall be accompanied by a check
payable to the ordrr of T. J. Medill. as presi
dent of the boa-d of local iomrovements and
certltied to by some responsible bank for an
amount not less lo pp r eem of the aggregate
amount of the proposal. Said bids and check
shall he delivered to the president of the
board of local improvements, and no proposal
in iic L-nriMiirrru unless hamc dc accompan
ied by such check.
The heard reserves the right to reject any
or all of said bids. The person r-r persons to
w hom such com met shall be awarded shall at
once enter Into a bond with said board equal
mine amount oi me contract, with good and
sufficient securities to be approved by the
noum. ciimuuonea tnai ne or they win per
form suid work acco ditu? to the contract and
ordinance, and that he or they will pay all
carnages uci-u&iunru uy aoy netay tr uciau
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois this isth 1r
hi fuij. it-.-. i. . .ar.iui.1,. k., prcsmenu
. A. 1 EM1KH.
Hoard of Local Improvements.
State of Illinois. i
County of Kock Island.
In the circuit court, in chancery, to the May
term A. D. Dill to sell real "estate. Gen
eral -0. wrj.
Frank W. Blochlineer. eompla'nant. vs. Joseph
A. Hlochllncer. John L. bhcbJinger. Louisa
F. Uehrens, Fred Blochlinger. George Behr-
ens. Anna neorens, iouis tie n re oh, Edward
Public notice is hereby given, that by virtue
01 a un-rrr m lur circuit court Of sattl Count
entered May is. I.", in the above entitled
cause, aumonzipg ana empowering the under
signed as administrator with i he will annexed of
tne estate oi jwrpii t iHocnitnger. deceased,
to sell the real estate, with the appurtenances
hereinafter described, and all the estate, title
and Interest therein whereof the said Joseph
L Blochlinger. deceased, died seized, in fee
simple, the undersigned will, on the aotb day of
July. A. D. IKl at the hour of two (.' o'clock
p. m.. at the norts door of the court house to
tne city oi kock isiana. tn said county,
offer for sale, to the higBest bidder, the foi.
lowing tract of land, with the appurtenances.
tn saiu city, acscnoeo. as iouows:
The west half of lot six () in block
siTtv-twn lAI. in that nart of s&id citr btin.a
as t hic.igo or Lower addition, and all the es
tate, title and interest therein of the com
plainant ana defendants above named, and
each of them, and all the ctate. title and in
terest therein wbcrof the said Joseph
lllochlinger, deceaed. died seized in fee sim
Terms of sale, cash in band.
Rock Lsland. Tllinoi.-.. J-ine Ml
Fmaxk w. Bixhi.isgir.
Administrator- with the will annexed of the
estate of Joseph u tuoc mincer, deceased.
Z TKAOf MAUN MOWTtaffV-f
Iljfi GEHERAL POLICY;
Regarding . the Settlement
Questions Which the War
TEE FLAff OF CAltFAIGH.
Watsaa Not Going to Bombard SaalB
Ports or Capture the Canaries Camarn'a
Fleet Is His Game-No Actios Against
Havana Until Aotamn Cobs May B
Held for Tearj l'orto Bico and Guana
To Be Ours for Good.
Washington, July 23. A significant
statement was made to the Associated
rress yesterday by a gentleman in a
position to speak with knowledge and
authority as rj the plans of the admin
istration with reference to future war
operations. In substance the state
ments was as follows: "Commodore
Watson in proceeding to the Spanish
peninsula as soon as the Porto Rican
expedition is gotten under way is not to
bombard the cities on the Spanish coast.
No such bombardment of the coast is
entertained. While there may be other
incidental purposes the main mission of
Watson is to take care of Camara's
fleet. The movement of this fleet and
the fears and apprehensions caused by
reports concerning it are to be stopped
for all time. The ships under Camara
will be located by Watson and finally
met and engaged. The talk occasionally
indulged in as to the Canary islands is
Utterly without foundation. This gov
ernment has no plan to take those isl
ands and does not want them.
Blanco Will Have to Walt.
"Despite popular expectation that
Porto Klco operations will be followed
immediately by action against Havana
it can be said that Havana will not be
attacked while yellow fever conditions
exist. This is certain. It would be the
height of national folly to engage our
troops in and about that fever pest hole.
Consequently it will be left until the
climate lends its did in the autumn.
Shafter will hold his own in the eastern
strip now surrendered may gradually
push his way over gome other districts
and if there should be any particular
need of immediate aggressive action at
any point will move against it, but Ha
vana will be left until yellow fever dan
gers are past.
Will Be Government's Busy MonMis.
''Meantime in the next two months
there will be enough to keep this gov
ernment busy. We will have to cope
with the most serious problem yet-
that of providing for the government
and the future cf the lands involved in
this war. The hauling down of theSpan-
sh flag and the hoisting of that of the
t'nlted States means more than on its
face it indicates to the popularmind. No
more important matter is to engage the
attention of the government than the
details to be arranged for the disposi
tion, control or temporary possession
pending final transfer of possession of
thtse additions to our domain. There
are question! of the most Intricate and
far-reaching character to be - decided.
Porto Rico, whose fall is likely to be
recorded within a week or ten days, will
have to have a military government.
Porto Klco Is tw Bemaln Ours.
Porto nico, of course, is to be kept
permanently by the government, but
there must be military government first,
and many preliminary details will have
to be worked out. There must be a re
habilitation of existing systems of gov
ernment where we have carried our
arms, and while local schemes and con
ditions wttl form the basis of the gen
eral system for the control of the land
there must be numerous changes abol
ishing such lawa as may be oppressive.
'As to the attitude of Garcia and the
insurgents in Cuba there is no change
in our intention. This government has
BAD BACK MEDICINE.
Morrow' Kldneoids Cure We Warrant It,
e sav we waarant Kulneoiils to
cure bad back. We mean all wc sav.
and we prove our claim ly those who
use them in Kock island.
If we jrive vou the names of people
in kock isiana wno have used our
cure, it proves conclusively that wc
tell the truth about it. If we referred
to a cure, ana toiu vou some one in
Mexico. Brazil, France. California or
ine had used it with good results.
we would exnect vou to sav. if two.
pie get cured there, why not in Kock
Island? So to save time and pain we
refer vou to people at home, or per
haps to ieople in nearby cities, lour
csiK'cial attention is now asked to
Lena Mnith, 1213 Ihirtv-hfth street
She is a seamstress. We now ask vou
to listen to a common-sense talk for
half a minute liefore tellin;r her ex
perience with Kidnenids. Human 1ns
ings were never made to be machines
set stationary m our place. Acith
er stanuinr, sittinr, walking or
lying down for long periods
at a time. We were built to do them
all and change position fntiucntlv
As seamstress one is required to ait
for hours and hours at a time without
change. In this jMisition the kidneys
do not have the opportunity to dis
charge its lalors. or d ispose of the
fluid that passes throuirh it. The
poisonous acids return into the svs
tern or disease these organs. Desk
workers find the same trouble. Miss
Smith savs: "Sitting so long seems to
render the organs helpless. I woul
have such severe pain in my back that
I could scarcely stoop over, aud
never could without severe pain.
used plasters on my back, but they
never did me anv good, i then em
ploved a doctor with the same result
I have used two Iioxes of Kidneoid
that I got at M. T. Bahnsen's drug
store, which gave me relief within a
few davs after I Iegan them. Today
I have a Iwtck that is free from pain as
it should be. and 1 ran sav 1 feel
cured. A trial of Morrows' Kidne-
oids is convincing'
I'ruggists sell them at ov cents, or
mailed bv John Morrow & Ka., cberu -
Uts, Springfield, Ohio.
not been misled In Its estimate" of Those
forces. With the oppressive hand Spain
i has put on them ao long., contending
against the conditions Imposed by in
justice and oppression, there ' should
nave been little expectation of greater
abilities than are now shown by them.
This government will have to treat
them kindly but firmly. It has made a
pledge to establish a firm and stable
government, and that must be carried
oat. It therefore may be, in the light
of present circumstances and condi
tions, many years before affairs there
have so shaped themselves as to entrust
the island to the Cubans and we 'finally
yield our possession to them. The tran
sition must be gradual, step by step,
and the Aral general change of control
effected only after a thorough training
and demonstration of the abilities of
the people, beginning with the trial of
some of the leaders in at first minor
capacities. This Is what Is to be looked
for, and the gradual transitions will con
sume a length of time considerably at
variance with what the people most ex
It is a certainty as far as now can be
foreseen that Guam, the island in the
Ladrone group that was captured by
this government, will be permanently
retained as a coaling station and supply
station. For these purposes it is valu
able from Its location between the
Sandwich and the Philippine islands.
but on the point whether the rest of
them will he kept I am not' sure. They
may be and they may not be. The dis
position of the Philippines Is unsettled
and depends upon circumstances."
Agwlnaldo Cats Capers.
London, July 23. The Hong Kong cor
respondent of The Daily Mail says:
'General Aguinaldo has issued an ab
surd proclamation dealing chiefly with
official insignia. He, as president of the
Philippine ministry, is .to wear a go'd
collar, with a gold triangular pendant,
engraved with the sun and three stars,
and to carry a gold whistle as well as
a stick with a gold handle and a tassel
of gold. The badges of innumerable
other officials are minutely dealt with
in the proclamation."
EVERYTHING LEFT TO MY ESS,
Hie Consequence Is That Less Than Noth
ing Is Left of This Concern.
Milwaukee, July 23. The Home Build
ing and Loan association, of this city, it
a complete wreck. Ad examination by
State Bank Examiner Kidd shows the
association to be insolvent, the liabili
ties amounting to $165,000, while the
assMis foot up but $42,009. Secretary-
Treasurer John Harvey Myers is re
sponsible for the wreck. Though he
claims that his shortage will not exceed
$20,000 the big gap between the llablli
ties and assets goes to show that it will
reach a much higher figure, one director
going so far as to say that the defalca
tion will reach alone close on to $1CO,000.
The Home Building and Loan associa
tion was organized eleven years ago.
Myers being its secretary throughout the
whole period. The business of the as
sociation was left entirely in his hands.
The association has been paying an
nual dividends of 10 per cent., and
these must have been paid from its re
cetpts. The heaviest losses Trill fall up
on the directors, who held shares
amounting in sums ranging from Jj.OOO
to $10',000. Secretary Myers says the
money was spent in large real estate
deals and other transactions.
8TEIKIHQ MIMEE3 BEING SUIT
Mayor of Pans the Bwfendant In a $50,000
Pana, Ills., July 23. Attorney C. E.
Leforgee, of Decatur, counsel for tin
Pana Miners' union, spent yesterday
afternoon here taking evidence for a le
gal contest against the city in the case
against the leaders of the union miners
arrested Monday for parading the
streets adjacent to the Penwell mine
when an attempt was made to resume
operations with non-union labor. The
arrests were made at the dictation of
Mayor Penwell, who pointed out lead
ers and ordered their arrest by the dep
uties. The miners' trial will be called
next Wednesday. Leforgee at the in
struction of the miners is compiling evl
dence to bring suit against Mayor Pen
well and his bondsmen for $50,000 for
defamation of character by false im
The operators of the Springside mine
yesterday afternoon guarded home four
miners who worked in the mine during
the day. The miners jwere armed with
rifles and shotguns. The operators held
a conference last evening, but declined
to make public their doings or inten
Scores on the Ball Field.
Chicago, July 23. Yesterday's League
scores at base ball were: At Philadel
phiaChicago 3, Philadelphia 12; (sec
ond game) Chicago 1, Philadelphia 7; at
Washington Cincinnati 6. Washington
1; at Brooklyn Louisville T.Brooklyn 3
at Baltimore Cleveland 5, Baltimore
at New York Pittsburg 0. New York 1
thirteen innings; at Boston St. Louts
2, Boston 8.
Western League: At Milwaukee
Kansas City 5, Milwaukee 8; at Dubu-
que-TColumbiifuS. St. Raul 4.
The Glamour of Art.
Do yon tbink that Greek art ever telle
ns what tin Greek people eV like?
Do yon believe that the Athenian worn
en were like the stately, dignified fig
nres of the Parthenon frieze or like
those marvelous goddesses who nt in
the triangular pediments of the same
building? If yon Jndge from the art,
they certainly were so. But read an an
thority like Aristophanes, for instance.
Yon will find that tbe Athenian ladies
laced tightly, wore high heeled shoes,
dyed tbeir bair yellow, painted and
rouged their faces and were exactly like
any silly, fashionable or fallen creature
of oor own day. Tbe fact is that we
look back oa tbe age entirely through
the medium of art, aud art, very fortu
nately, bai never once told ns the truth.
tan's Grave J oka.
When John G. Saxe was a young editor
at Burlington, t., he attended a Kornan
CathoJle funeral In the capacity of bear
er. HUrh mass was sting, nnd the bearers
stood throughout the lung M-rviru. Final
ly a companion whispered to the humor
1st, "Fretty long drawn out. isn't it
Saxe?" "Yes," was the reply. "They
1 wui ran it into tbe ground pretty ancn
r-&baoge. . . a
SITUATION HI BOBUXSa.
Tolame rhsws Little Decrease and la Bes
tor Thtta la Frerton Vrars.
NewYotk,July SI I radttteift ays:
Midsummer condit'ons s.i:l govern most
lines of tia3e and manufactuie. but the
volume of business as indicated by
bank clearings show little decrease,
and la evidently considerably In ad
vance of previous years at this time. A
feature ia trade this week is tk; bitter
demand reported for wool eart and
est, largely confined, it Is true. 'to a
few grades of wocL indications that
irrpt-rtant developments may shortly
be witnessed in the lion trade acvunu-
li te. This is partly the result of ex
pected good orders from railroads Sot
rails, of a larger export business and f
good volume of small orders for vari
ous classes of stecL - '
Dullness has en a feature of the1
cerosl markets. Old wheat supplies are
rap'dly decreasing, whl'.e the new crop
movement whi'e in excess cf last year
docs not reach the proportions ex
ected." Cotton is at the lowest price
ever icld at this season of the year,
partly on good crop reports and also
as the result of the announced Intention
f a shut-down by Fall River mills.
For the latter reason print cloths are
lirn.iy held at previous quotations.
Failures have again dropped to nor
mal summer proportions, the total
number for the week Just closed being
1S8, :.o fewer than last week. S2 fewer
than in this week a year ago. 92 smaller
thun in this week of 1SJ8. il less than in
1S95, end 49 l?s than tn lVJt
NEGROES IS WHITES' PLACES.
Action That May Lead to Big Iron Strike
Chicago, July 23. Fifty-six negroes.
brought from Btrmlr.gh2.rn, Ala., have
been put in the places of the striking
mployes of the Illinois Steel company.
More, if necesrary. will Le brought from
the south, and placed In the shoes of
the strikers ail of whom are union
men, of course. Serious trouble is an
ticipated by many as a rerult ef this
action. First Vice PresldentFootc, of
the Illinois Steel company, defines the
attitude of the corporation In v. these
'It has been our policy, nnd is yet, not
to be dictated to by our employes. In.
this instance we took the quickest ,way
to supply the places of the striking; la
borers. Men are hard to find In Crti
cajro and the vlcinit- who will worK
against the unions, endure the appella
tion cf 'stab' and take the chance of
abuse from the strikers. The fifty-six
negroes secured from the south will ba
continuously employed, and. if neces
sary, more will be secured."
OVATION TO WINNIE DAVIS.
"The Child of Our Immortal Chieftain"
Declares ftcn. (ionlon.
Atlanta, Ga.. July 23. The next an
nual reunion of the United Confederate
Veterans will be held in Charleston, 6.
C. By a vote of 1.054 to 870 the conven
tion decided the contert. The entry of
Miss Winnie Davis was the signal of a
remarkable demonstration. Miss Davis
was escorted to the front of the stage
by General Gordon, who introduced her
as "the child of our Immortal chieftain
and our own child."
By unanimous vote It was decided to
condemn the expression "War of
Rebellion," lieing applied to the
struggle of '61-65, and to urge the desig
nation of it as the "Civil War between
the States." This was unanimously
adopted. The convention then adjourned
THE A&Km u.
Chicago Graiu and Proline.
Chicago, July 22.
Following were the quotations on the
Beard of Trade toaay
Onen. High. Low. Close.
..S -76'4 $ .78 i .764 .7Vi
Si ptember .. M . .674 .67fc
December ... .S7-')i .67"a .67 .67ft
July -S3 ."IA .33
Keptember .. .iW1
December ... -3oVi -i
July 23s -IsVb .23 .24
September .. ,w -i'n
May 22'4 .22 -22;i
Sfr-'-r .. 9.53 9.824 9.87
I.ard - .
September .. 6.60 5.6.. 6.5. 6.5. H
Octobff 6.65 5.70 5.62 5.62
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
16Uc per Tb: extra dairy, 14c: fresh
packine tock. JflO'Ac. Kgg! Freth
stock, 11c rrr dor. Live poultry-
Turkeys. 6 8c ptr re; chickens. Be:
spring. lOQll'sc: nucks. ose. roia
tres New, (1.25il.E0 per brl. Berries
Raspberries, red. 0975c ftr 24-pt case;
blark. Hinaie per 10-qi case, uiaca
berries, 30(8 53c per 16-qt case.
Chicago LlTa Stork.
Chicago, July 22.
Hogs Kstimated receipts for the day.
27.000: sales ranged at J2. 75413.85 for
pigs. ?3.6aT3.92 for light. $3.7063.80 for
rough packing. J3.75fa3.97 for mixed,
and 3.85(ji4.02M; for heavy packing and
shipping lots. .'attIe--Kstimated re
ceipts for the cay. 3.uou: quotations
ranged at t:.lu,Z.(& choice to extra
Bteers. $4.75ftt5.10 good to choice do-
$4.504.95 fair to good. $4.15(54.60 com
mon to medium 0:0., n.watAb Dutcn
ers' steers. $4.23(85.10 fed western
steers. I.XWi34u ctockers. J4.UUW4.K0
feeders. $2.504.25 cows. $3.20i&4.85 heif
ers. $2.7064.2n bulls, oxen an! stags.
$3.6064.70 Texas steers, and $4.75a,75
veal calves. Sheep and Lambs Esti
mated receipts for the day. $.000: quo
tations ranged at $4.004.75 westerns.
$3.2595.00 natives, and $4.259(.50 lambs.
I II waakee Grain.
Milwaukee, July 22.
Wheat Aetive; No. 1 northern, Mc;
No. 2 northern, 89c; September, 70c
Oats e higher: 24y274c. Rye-
Steady: No. 1. 47648c. Barley
near, ; no. i. .ic.
Corn 330 33c
Hay-Timothy. wild. Vj$7.
Potatoe- Wew. 100.
Butier Kair to choice. 12c: fresh creamerr.
Chickens -Spring. $t. 4042.76 per dozen.
Coal boft. Ie.
Cattle Bulebern nav for corn fed tr si
1-60; cowa and heifer, saic; calves, 4V3&
SpritiK Lairo- $R a bead.
CASTOR I A
For Inluti and Children.
Be arm the
Sign tor of
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1:0 ljTf)ns -J ,
AVtf kb!c Pre paral'ton far As -sirmlatmg
ting ih Stninfu h nnrl RtwaaUrf
DC5S arid resi .Contains neitter
Oprom .Morphine nor Ifincrat
JttA th faftr-
Arcrfcct Remedy for Conslioa-
tion. Sour Stomjxh.DiarThcea.
Worms MWivuisions .revensn--ocss
and Loss of Sleep.
lac Simile Signature ot
EXACT COPY OF VRAPPER.
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Trailers Ins. Co., - - Chicaco. 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Ia.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Hock ford, III,
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ius. Co. - - - Rockford, III.
Office, Room t. Buford block. Rates
slow as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
Tbe old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Bates as low an any
can afford. Vnur
patronage Is soiic-
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
1 Protect your homes
j by Insuring in Re
j sponsible Compa
Call on or wldrea
C. R. Chamberlin,
Mitchell A Lynde Block.
Bexjteawitd the touwwtat well
known Fin and Accident Ingirr
Roebeater German In Co..
WeicheteT rire " ..
Ruffalo Uermaa " ..
Uerman Fire - ..
New Hampshire " ..
Milwaukee Mechanic " ..
Fidelity and Casualty ..
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HiiBaJo. N Y
.Mancbevter. N II
Offle cornet EghUwrrth atreet aad
Secopd avctiric, secood Sooc
. .. BILLY CATTOtrS
iliS Stcoad Ateaca.
H VIC i
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You llavo
mc ctwrftim eowMsMT. wrwi errr.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
pEICAGO. BOOK TALARI) PACIFIC BAH
t way iicseia an wm parenaaea ot auafn
lacked at ElaF Twenttatk atr deput, at
B I P detmt. corner Piftkannaa and Tkltta.
Irst street, Frank H Pluatater. AriL
braver LinnUd Omaha... .
Ft Worth. Ufnver A K O....
OmaLa and Des Holnea
Omaha A Oea Moibea Ex ....
IMnvar, ineoln A Omaha. ..
Omatia A Denver....
Rock Inland A Bamti Ac...
St Paul Mmnearola
am it -B
t 8 SO pal
Denver, Ft Worth K C...
IKaoKM Citv M Jepk...
iBock Ifland A Wathtagtoa
Chicago A Dm MoIms
t T:S7 sat
Heck island A Brnoslya Ac.
Arrival.' Departara. t Dally, except Bonds?.
All others daily. Telephone i(3.
ECRLIHGTOW ROUTI-C IIO KATL
war Depot First aeaeae sad lixlianlk
at, at J Yonag, Agaat.
Bl- 3, aprlngoeld. Pecrlt
Bar. Joi". via Monooatt
CMcaco. sterling, Cltcton d
Peoria, Beardinown. Bar
Ungloa, Drnvtr A West....
it. i-aal A Minoeanollt ....
1 1:49 pm til :5
7:6") ca 6:10
7 50 pm t 8:40
Sterling. C'intoa A Dabnqne
it. L.. Knai CI v, Deaverj
A Pae Ooat via Oalwh'r
Daily. tDally etoept oadsy.
CniCAOO. inLWAl RSIt 8T PACL RaiV
w hacise Boathweatarn Dlvlaloa-
Depot T n-tut ie'.h it reet, betwcea flret and aeooad
sreunce. L H Uroer, Agcot.
t.7:Uam t $:0pa
TWI8 Ut'l Aaaiyj"
f.l,Jj,1 rPrrm 7:Wam t:rspm
t Pail Express 4 -on am U0s
rrelght and Aeconunodatloa s :0ft aft lu an)
Bally except Banday. ,
"Dock island a paoh'a haii.way-w
r Depit First Armaa and TwenLuita street.
SL Blocknocte, (ten I Tkt Agent. .
TRAIWg. Latva Aaairs
Bprlngfikld, CincinnaU, Peo- "
rla, etc.. . .. 1$.1 pfA
Peons, BjiriuirlrkL, htLoalf
.'c - -- .05aoi tMpn
Aeeomodatloa rwt Frwtrn. 1040 am
Peoria. Kprttipflf id. Cincin
nati. c 1.45 pm 1I;M a
Peotie Arena FraHbt 7n0pm l:ftu
bt-Tard AceoamMiiilon... fin am i-ti im
Cable Aeoomodattoa S :40 am l-m pa)
Cah'aaiHl Wotrard A worn, S:i ot 1Ai anl
Pawtrer train leave CHAP (Mollne
arenae) depot fire ft) mleotea earliar thin thwo
siren. Trains marked dally, all otker trains
daily excaot aanday.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimming
For cheapness, durability sad
beauty excelied by boo. Thii
ton doe not wash or coir th
wall with alkali, etc Plans aot
at for estimate! will receive
careful attention and be retimed
promptly at onr expense.
Quarries II toilet from Book
Island ob th C. B. & Q. B. E.
Train Not. S and 10 will stop
and let fiiitori off and ob.
Bridge atone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
atone, any size desired.
Sample! of Ston and Photos of
boildlAfr eaa b saen at Boom
Vo. 12.MitckU t Lynde' bnUd
ABT1IUB BURBALL. Manager
Bock Island or Coloaa, I1L