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THE-ABGCS, fRTDATTAIJGTTST 12, 1898. -
McCASKRLN & McCASKRIN,
Attorney at Law.
Rock In and and Ml an. Rock 7aland office
over Krell A Math a store. Milan office on
H. C. COXffEIXY.
B. D. G.'99sXLT
CONNELLY & CONNLy
A ttorrleya at Law
Money loaned. Office over Thorn a druij
store, corcer of Second avenue and Seven
O. L. ANDERSEN.
Peal Kntate. Loan. Insurance and
Room 0, Buford mock.
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Inland
National Bank Build
WILLIAM L. IX'DOLTII,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General leirul bUKfriess. No
tary public. I'ftj Second avenue, Bufo d
. D. SSEISII. C. U. WALKEB.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
OQlcc in Denirston Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Councilor at law. Office in court house.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Iaa money on rood "security
ona. Kefer.ne. MiHm-11 & LvuU
Offlue, Mitchd." & Lynde building.
F. II. FIRST, M, I).
Physician an! Surgeon.
Phone 4 on I3rt7.
treet. frlce hours:
to M p. m. Sunday.
3 p. m.
Office. -TM Twentieth
1') to 12 a. m.: 3 to 4 ana
Hul'J to V:J0 a m.,l:.ioio
J. A. HALL. M. 1.
fhysiciun and Surgeon.
Office 1007 Second avenne. Residence "
weuty-fourtb street. Telephone lin. office
ours from V to 1.' a. m: to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
. m. Sundays S to 10 a. m
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to dWeae of women
children, also di-eiues of eye. ear. nose
throat. Ornce hours W:: to i a m.. I to
m. Sixteenth street. Kock Island.
PR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surtrlcal operations per
formed in a scientific manner. Dovs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Kesidence,
ItoM Fifih avenue. Telephone 1 on l.'(07. Office
and Infirmary. H15-I6I7 ifth avenue (James
Mauckersa sb e). opposite No. 1 tire bauie.
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell & Math's, 17IS Second avenue.
DR. c. w. c.RArroN,
Rooms 1,1 and IV Mitchell A Lynde buildioK.
Office hours from 8 to 1'- a. m. a ad 1 to A p. m
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
HENRY GAETJE. Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store. lv7 Second avenue. Telephone
McCoy's New European Hotel
COR. CURE AID VAI I0REI ITS.
Oa black, from C it. St P. a at.
U . a .11. H, H lllroasl 4esssC
Improvements costinjr $75,000.00 hv
just been ccmpleted. and the bouse now
oilers every cctr.ventence to be found in iny
hotel, including hot and cokl water, electm
Kpht and steam heat In every room.
Rates 75 crr.ts rer day ana upwards.
First class returaut in connection.
WILLIAM McCOV, Owner aJ ProprietoA
f ha v hrta troubled at (Treat deal
"ltU a torrid liver, which prooXL-es ounatips
tion. I found rAsCARETs Ut oe a'.l vou claua
fortcera. ana secured &uth relief the first trial,
that I pun-base 1 another supniy and irai com
pletely cured I shnll only be too glad to rec
ommend Caxearcts whenever the opportunity
ht presented. ' J. A. fcJiim.
Susquehanna Ave., Fhliudelphia, Pa.
tYeAte. ti1&ta.;M ljnl T.mtm fir' Tin
Good. ver Sicken. Weaken, or Crije. K. 2ae. Sue. I
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
BHta( ftMM4f Oapaa?. DiSk talitil. Sea Tert. M
tO.Tn.PIP 8!d and ennrnt-ed b nil rtrri((-
U-BAl u, tVJSE 1'obacco Ilabib
Estate of John Sauermann, deceased.
The undersigned bavins been appointed ad- ,
miaistrator u i.h the id -annexe of the estate
of John Sau:rinatin. lateof the county of Rock
island, state of 1111:1014. clvbuascu. hereby pives
notice that be will appear before tne county 1
court of Kock I-laud county, at the count y
September term, on the first Mondav In Seu -
tcinrier next, a: which time ail persons havimr
lnxs aicain-st Ku'd estate are notiSed and
requested to attend, for the purpose of hav
Luk the name udjusied.
All persons Inuebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate- payment to the
Dated this nth day of July. A. D. Ifwm.
Administrator wi'b the Will Annexed.
Estate of Maria Simmon, deceased.
The undersized having hien appointed ud
tninUtrator of tne estate or Marie Simmon,
lnte of 1 be count v of Kock I.-lnnd. state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby K'ves notice that be
will appear before the county court of Kock
Island eounly at the inwe of the clurk of said
court. In the city of K nrk Island at the Septem
ber term, on the first Monday in September next,
at bi:h time all per ons h. ins claims avainst
said estate are noutled and reiistcd to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. Aii persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to in ike Immediate payment to the
lsaled this I-'lh d v of Jrlv A. D. IKS.
S. s. Ke.n wouTiir. Administrator.
Administrator's Not ire.
Kstate of Johanna Hvrr.cs. deceased.
'1 he uudcrsi;rned havmr? been appointed ad-
mMiistrairix of Mje e- ite f Johanna
llyrnoa. lato of the eounty of Kock Isl
and slate ' Illinois, deceased. bcre!y
Kives notice that she !!! :i;pear before
lUT V.. . 14U .T tllUI . 1,1 l-IIUH - 4,1
ciunty court room, in the city of Kock Island,
at the October term 11 lie tf..t Mondav iu
October next, at which t nie all Lersous
havimr laims akfainst said estate .re notified
and reouestcd to nttnl. for the purpose of
ha'tnir the same ad 1114 ed.
Ail it rsocs inrtehted to said estate are rc-
nuested to make immediate payment to the
L-ated this sth dav of Anir. A. I.
Klt J. hYHNts. AdminLstritiix.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Kstate of Frederick Kramer, deceased.
Iublic notice is herebv iriven that the under
signed, udrnlmstruior with the will annexed.
has this day tiled his tlnal rcpo.t and settle
ment as such in the count v court of l?-cU isl
and co'intv. and that an order has been en
tered bv sa!d court uppmvin' the said report.
uuios objections there o or cause to the
'ltrarv leshonon or before the ""id dav
of Au"i-t. A. ). l":s. aud upon th final nn.
pr a! of s:;lil rt'iorc the said ad,itii-irator
wuii tne will nnnexeu w ill asK for ai orner or
OistrtimUon. and wi 1 al o a ked to be dis-cu;-.r-ed.
Al! persons interested are notified
K'H-'k islanl. IU.. July 3". VKm.
J. Hen kt LiuuaKS.
Administrator with the will anuexed of the
estate of Frederick Kramer, deceased.
I'ubliiatiou Notice Chancery.
MoCaskrin & McC'askrln. Attorneys and Coun
seUors. State of Illiuois. I
Kock Island county, f
In the circuit court if the said county and
Mate, to the September term thereof, A. D.,
llnmt Hafcer vs. Charles HiiUer. in chan
Atr.davit 01 non-residence of Charl's Uak.er.
the iiisjve named defendant, faavinir been duly
cert ihea and sworn to ami tiled in the elcik s
fllce of the said county ami stale, fchowintr
thai the resideucc of he above named 11 e
fendact is unknown, and that due anl diligent
iunuiry has been mmle to ascertain the bame.
oti'e is therefore herebj" iven to the sivd
defendant that the .said complainant liled her
bi;l of complaint in s ! t court on the chancery
sl.ie thereof on the 9th day of July, A. It..
lusts and that thereupon a summons was is
sued oJl if said. Cfur. wherein said suit isnow
IH-ndir. returnable on the vhird Monday of
Sctitt-nit'f r next as Is bv law required.
Now btiless you. Charts liaker. the ie
fetnla it aiHve n need, snail personally be
nnd appear before said c.rcuit court of
Kh-U Island county. on ih2 first day
of the next term thereof, to be bo!den at "oek
Island, in nook island county, and the st.te
of lU i ois on the Urst day of the next Sep
tember ten 11 on the third Mondayof the mouth
of September next and Ihen and there to plead,
answer or demur to the said complainants
bill of cojiilaint. the snme tocether with the
matters and thick's therein cbarccd and stated
will 00 taken as confessed, aud a decree en
tered airainst you according 10 the prayer of
the said bill.
Kock Island, UlinoU. July 21. IM.
i.hikjE (jAmbi.e. Clerk.
MoCaskhi i MoCaskhix.
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E RULE OF MOBS.
Negro Lynched at Corinth, Miss
for Sandbafgtng a Man
Not Yet Dead.
NO SESISTAECC MADE AT THE JAIL,
. Victim, Prpxoptly-Turacd.Over to the Ke-
.) apecralUe Qailawf ,7-Further . Xtetaila of
I, vat. - irrnuio, IJerlltrv Ki"
Mayor Says Somebody Has Been Imper
sonating Him Ntgre rresrhtr Ordered
to Leave Butchery by a New York Po
liceman. Corinth, Hiss.. Attp. 12. Mullock
I Walker, a negro charged with sandbag-
f.:r.g. a lynched here- by a mob acd
his body left swinging- on a telegraph
pole on Filmore street, In the central
part of the city. At an early hour
yesterday an organized mob cf 250
masked men went to the county Jail
and demanded the person of A'ullock
Walker, who was charged with murder
ously assaulting Charles Dalzelle with
a randhag about three miles south of
town last Wednesday, since which
. I'alaelle has been in a critical conui-
ticn and his life dispaired of. No re
sistance was made at the Jail, as the
mcb waS firm and would allow no par
leying, and Jailer Derry Berry turned
the negro over to the mob.
Mob Ran the Town Meanwhile.
Walker was taken to the most cen
tral part of town, in front or Kubel &
Co.'s store on Filmore street and hanged
to the guard arm of one of th? tele
graph poles. Walker confessed his
crime, and Implicated two other ne
groes In some of his various crimes.
I'art of the mob was sent to the power
house and compelled the electrician to
turn the lights out. and for a block
In each direction the sic'.t walks and
streets were lined with men and boys,
looking on the grew some proceedings.
An attempt to capture the rtegro was
made lent Saturday night, but the jail
was guarded and the mob dispersed.
Ueiuonrtratiou Against a I'reac-lirr.
St. Louis, Aupr. 12. A special to The
rost-Dispat. h from Da'.las, Tex , says:
After midnight Wednesday niglit a
band of mounted white men called at
the home of Kev. E. D. Isaacs, a negro
who publishes The liaptist State, and
I left a notl.-e that he must not any
j longer reside In Dallas or print his
newspaper there. Isaacs avas cut of the
city. The men then rode on to the
church in which Isaacs preached near
by, and riddled the doors and -windows
with bullets. Last Saturday's issue of
The Hantist yt;.tf defended .T.. Malnno
the negro who a few weeks ago raped
Mrs. I rederick Stern, an aged white
woman, and the demonstration of the
whitecappers was due to this act.
Malone. who will be hanged on Sept. 2,
is In Jail here.
COFE.SSEI H Kit FOI L CI5I3IE.
Mr. Orr's Statement Kegardlng the SI or
der of Iler Husband.
Clarendon, Ark., Aug. 12. The confes
sion of Mrs. Orr shows that she was de
termined to rid herself of her husband.
Stie said that July 4 she tried to poison
ker husband, and that the negro Harris
procured some snake heads. vhich she
boiled In her husband's coffee, and gave !
to him. The decoc tion made him death-
ly sick. He vomited It and soon recov
ered. She said this was the extent of
Harris' connection with the matter. '
Mrs. Orr also stated that on the night of
the murder Dennis Record, Mance Cas
tles and Will Sandels were concealed in
tbe room adjoining the dining room,
with the shotgun Mance had procured,
and Record was to shoot Orr as he ate
his supper. The shot was not fired,
however. After supper her husband
kissed hir good-bye and told her he was
going tcT choir practice.
When Orr had left the house, she said,
she went to find why Record had not
killed him. The man said he could not
make the gun work, as he was not ac-
customed to it. She gave him Orr's
own gun and told him her husband
would go to a certain place in the din
ing room upon his return to drink a
lemonade, and pointed out the spot '
where he must stand in order to get a
fair shot. She then rolled the curtain
up over the window and pinned it up
with a hatpin, so as to give the negro '
an unobstructed view. She then lay
down on the bed In her own room, with
her little daughter, without removing
her clothing, and calmly awaited the re
turn of her husband to his doom. I
Caldwell. O., Aug. 12. Mayor Arthur
O. Archer yesterday made the following
statement regarding the Orr affair at
Clerendon, Ark.: "I have had some cor
respondence with Ixirilla F. Weaver, '
whose name I secured through a corre
spondence bureau of Cincinnati. She
represented her-self to be a French lady
of wealth and leisure. The
manner in -which the correspondence be
gan is this: A number of young men
were In rry office one evening and one
of them had a circular from the corre
spondence bureau and it was suggested
that for the fun of the thing a corre
spondence be opened up with some one.
A letter was written to the bureau and
the name and description of the person
represenfing herself to be Lorilla F.
Weaver was secured In this way, which
information I now have In my posses
sion together with all letters received
from krr. three In number." Your corre
spondent has read these letters and
the re Is nothing In them suggestive of
icy wrongdoings in any way. ard they
appear to have been written by a lady
of education and refinement.
POLICEMAN'S MIKUKROI K FCBT.
rf Mioota H ia Wlf. Mother. Little Son,
Daughter, aod St-lf.
New Yotk. Aug. 12. Policeman Henry
C. Hawley. of the Tenderloin station.
wbMe In a fit cf drunken rage yester
day, shot his wife, his mother (Mary
Hawley). bis son t4 years o:d).and his
daughter (S years o!d. H then shot
himself in the head. He was taken to
Bdlevue ho.pltaJ. where he died soon
afterward. The others were taken to
the New York hospital, where it was
said that they would die. The only ex
planation of the crime was a statement
made ty Hawley's wife before the lct
consciousness to the effect that "drink
fcus caused an tn!s."
Owen Gallagher, ec ployed la a ship
a the -ar of the Hawley apartments,
saw a ecod part of the tragedy. Gal
lagher, with other workingmen. had
their attention attracted by hearing
Hawley quarrel!rg with bis wife. The
poIUenian was fitting in a chair at the
rear window. He held a revolver in h'
hand and was looking at Its barrel.
Gallagher heard Hawley curse h:s wife,
te:i:ng her "to get out of this." Then
the policeman's mother came up and
tried to get the revolver away from
The old lady rut her arms arcund her
son's neLk and endeavored to take tha
re-olTt-f irt ay. frorrt him. He shoved
her offi aa'' irrf ni the shooting began.
and aim the pistil directly at 'tha-tvto
little children. -He shot them down
like dogs," said he. As the mother was
putting her arms around Hawley's neck
he was heard to be repeating this sen
tence: "I'll fix-them all."
SAFK TOO HEAVY TO MANAGE.
Train Thugs Load it IWV- a Wagon, bat
Later Rot. 1. Out.
St. Joseph. Mo.. Aug. 12. The In-cora-Ing
Omaha flyer on the Burlington road
was held up at Dug Hill, two miles
north of here, at 9 o'clock last night by
five or six well armed men. After secur
ing possession of the express car they
rolled the Adams Kxpress company's
small safe out of the car door into a
wagon and endeavored to haul it awaj.
They abandoned their task, however.
and soon dumped the safe out upon the
highway: The safe was recovered two
hours after the hold-up. and had not
been opened, the trainmen say. Thaugh
several shots were fired to intimidate
the trainmen r.one of the passengers on
the train was molested.
The robbers stopped the train by
swinging a red lantern across the track.
Kngineer William Carder obeyed the
signal und immediately there was a
fusillade from both sides of the track.
One cf the robbers cut the engine loose
and con-pelled the engineer to run It
down the rnnd 200 yards. Express Mes
senger Frank Hogue offered no resist
ance wht-n the bandits enetcrcd his car.
Though the railroad and express men
here claim that th robbers secured
nsthing, it Is reported that considerable
booty was secured, raid to be $S,280.
lOl'K MORE OKA I TOII'LE.
The Sccttcl of a Woman's Frailty in Cen
tral tlty, Colo.
Omaha, Neb.. Aug. 12. A special from
rieSiword.S. D.. to The I5ce says: Thrre
j men dead as.d a woman dying is the
, result of a shooting affray at Central
1 City yesterday morning. Judge J. P.
Giddings, Kd Shannon and Jack Wear
are the men ar.d Mrs. Ed Shannon is
the woman. Shannon had a boarding
house at Terry and one at Central City.
He stayed nights at Terry, leaving his
wife to look after the other place. At
6:30 Shannon returned to Central City
nd roused JudSe "'.ddings
happened in the office no one knows,
but the two men suddenly burst Into
the street engaged in a death struggle.
I Shanon had a revolver. Jack Wear
. tried to separate them ard was shot
j through the body.dylnginstantly. Shan-
, non then shot Giddings through the
head, killing him. Ho went to his wife's
bed room and beat her about the head
' with his revolver until thougiit he
had killed her, and then with a fresh re
volver shot himself. Toe woman is still
alive, but cannot recover. All the parties
are pioneers and were well to do. Gid
dings has had many political offices.
The gold output of the Klondike this
year has been estimated at about $5,000
090. A fire in New Orleans damaged about
J200.0OO worth of stock in Canal street
dry goods stores.
John M. Thompson was nominated for
congress by the Democrats of th.?
Twelfth Illinois district.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lucius, of Chicago,
gave a dinner at Annapolis to Admiral
Cervra and several of the Spanish offi
cers. Widespread riots are reported in the
Sze-Chaun. China. Missions have been
burned and many Christians have been
Juneau county (Wis.) farmers are ex
periencing great difficulty in stacking
their grain, on account of the heavy
and continued ra ns.
Many destitute argonauts camped
along the beach in tha neighborhood of
St. Michaels and Fort Getthere are r
ported are reported starving.
Mme. Demorest. vice president of the
board of Temrle trustees ar.d on; of the
leading W. C. T. V. women in the coun
try, died at her home in New York
British-Consul Ramsden, of Santiago,
died of malarial fever and general ex
haustion, caused by work during the
war representing British-American In
terests. The exodus of priests from th-?
Church of France Is attracting the at
tention of the French press. Some of
them are qualifying for the Protstant
ministry, and others are going into bus
iness. Emperor William has invited repre
sentatives of all evangelical churches
abroad, including those in the United
States, to attend the ceremony of dedi
cating the Church of the Red.err.er at
Jerusalem on Oct. 31 next.
The man who borrows trouble gener
ally gives hi? Lppineas s security.
Hardest thine in the
contrary things to keep
vnen not c.eanen. Are made
easily vith that enemy of
Lareat package greateat
TI'K X. K. F4IRB1XK COiirA3fT.
- Chicago. Bt. Loeiis. New York. Boston. FliliadclpM.
EACUTG AT THE WHEEL MEET.
Winners of th Principal Events Arthur
Gardner Meets with Accident.
Indianapolis, Aug. 12. More recori
breaking and mere srnsat'.onal finishes
marked the second day of the national
meet of the League of American Wheel
men. One serious accident knocked
Arthur Gardiner out of the final of the
great American J1.CC0 handicap rac
and nearly placed plucky Bill Martin
hors du ccmbat. Fred J. Costsllo, the
St. Louis amateur who qualified for the
great five-mil" championship, took the
handicap with Maya, of Erie, second.
Jitid-L S: Kan. of Philadelphia, third
. In'.tWsiTace Bald.'did- tie-: distance ia
4:09.i in eakiag ike'record. . r
Earl W. Peabody, the Chicago
amateur, took the five mile champion
ship by -a good clean-cut win.- Eddie
Bald wen the half-mile national cham
pionship, his first win of a champion
race at a national meet since '93. Stev
ens and John S. Johnson and Tom But
ler again failed to show in the races of
yesterday and Cabanne did nothing.-
WAGES IN" ILLINOIS MINES.
Miners Officials and the Operators In Con.
ference at Springfield.
Springfield, Ills., Aug. 12. John
Mitchell, of Spring Valley. Ills., vice
president: Edward McKay, of Pennsyl
vania: John Kennedy, of Indiana, and
W. Bryan, of Illinois, of the national
executive board of the I'nited Mine
Workers of America, were In conference
here last evening with operators of the
Chicago-Vlrden coal district, the opera
tors desiring the rate for mining re
duced from 40 cents, the rate decided
upon by the sttate miners' convention,
to So cents, alleging that unless the cut
is made they cannot compete with the
Eanville. His., district, where 2S cents
is paid for machine mining. '
The operators had previously agreed
to pay 37Vi cents, which the miners re
jected. The miners later agreed to com
promise on ZG cents, but the operators
refused to pay it. Five thousand min?rs
arc out. The matter is still unsettleJ.
Window Class Workers'
Pittsburg, Aug. 12. The
c mmitttees of the Window Glass Work
ers' association and manufacturers were
in session until nearly midnight trying
to Fettle the working rules for the com
ing season. The manufacturers a week
iiso granted an advance in wcges. but
the time of starting was left in dis
pute. Last night the manufacturers
agreed to allow the corporation facto
ries to work nine months and the inde
pendent and asosclstion plants seven
months, but refused to agree to the ar
bitration clause. Another cenference
will have to be held to settle the matter.
Hermit of 6.1 Weils an Aged Widow.
Grand Marias, Mich., Aug. 12. John
McDonald, aged 63, who has resided in
the wilderness as a hermit "for over
tweny years, came to town and married
Mrs. John Cairnes, aged 75. Mrs. Cairnes
has seven children, a large number of
grandchildren and thre-; of the great
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. Aug. 11.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today:
September .. .65 .6;-i s .(
December ... .63?i .64 .
May 666 .
September .. .S2'i .32 .32
December .. -324 .32 .32H .32
May- 35 .35Vs -4,,a .34
September .. -20'i .20 .20'i .20
May 23fc .-3Vi .23, .23
September .. 9.12'4 .20 9.10 9.15
December ... 9.15 9.22Vi 9.12VS 9.22Vi
September .. 3.33 5.40 n.35 5.374
October 5.40 5.45 5.40 5.42V.
Produce: Butter Kxtra creamery,
18' per lb: extra dairy. 16o; fresh
irackin? stock. llfttllVic Eggs Fresh
Hock. 12Vic per dozen. Live Poultry
Turkevs. 68c per lb: chickens. 8c;
spring. Vc; ducks. 6&6c. Potatoes
Karlv Ohio's. 40(H4Sc per bu. Berries-
Raspberries, red 75c7$1.00 per 24-pt
case; blackberries, 2;i5 j0c per 16-qt case.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 11.
Hoes Kstimated receipts for the day,
22.000. Sales ranged at J2.85(Jj3.85 for
pisrs. J3.65ti73.87 for light. 3.6S(g3.75 for
rough packing. $3.70ffi4.0n for mixed, and
J3.S0S4.05 foi heavy packing and ship-
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
dav. 10.C00. Quotations ranged at J5.2
5.60 for choice to extra steers, J4.65
di'i.'la good to choice do., J4. S0(fi4. 95 for
fair to good. J4.20W4.60 common to me
dium do.. J4.00fi4.45 butchers' steers.
Jl ''Sicio.lo fed western steers, J3.30Ji4.30
stockers. J4.15W4.80 feeders, $2.10(&4.25
COWS, 5i5.UUr'T.io ncircrH. ..juii.:j uuns,
oxfn'and stags. J3.60f4.70 Texas steers.
and 14.5007.00 veal calves.
Milwaukee tirain. -
Milwaukee. Aug. 11.
Wheat Steady; Xo. 1 northern, noth
ing doing; No. 2 northern, S4c; Sep
tember, 67c. Rye Higher; No. 1, 45c.
Barley Nominal. Oats Steady; 29
Hay Tiraotliy, IT: wild, VfirV'
Potatoes New. -
l-utter Fair to choice. 15c; fresh creamery.
C hickens-Spring. ii40tf:1.75.
Coal Soft, 10c.
Cattle-Butchers but for corn f1 steers.
5SO.Sc; cows and heifer. 3'-j!flc: calves, 4V4f.
Sheep 4' 4'c.
Spring Lamb 13 a bead.
'faai was U afV'l7
honsc to clean
clean. Most mplea-sant
clean ar'i kent clean
cil anl grease and dirt
WE ARE ASSERTING IX THE COURTS UR EIGHT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
rrrcHER's castoria," as our trademark.
J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "CASTORIA," the same that
has hqrr.Q and doqs now bear on every
ih&iftx - cimihignaturc:of.
This is'ilic orWiia>Q&tlrTO
the homes cf Vie Mothers of America for over thirty years: :
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that itjs
the hind vou have alwavsbouaht e7 .- . on the
and has the signature
per. No one has authority from me to use my name, except
The Centaur Company, of which Chas. II. Fletcher is President.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by .accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The End You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
w - sy sr r
Insist on Having
The "End That Never Failed You.
' THC CCNTMA COMPANY, TT MURMV STRCCT. MCW VOHC CITY.
CHAS. E. HODGSON ,
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicaro, 112.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa
Rockforel Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111,
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
state ins. to. ... Hockford, 111
Office, Room S, Buford block. Rate
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low an any
can afford. Your
patronage Is solic
ited. FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
i by Insuring in Re
i sponsible Compa
Call on or adilrru
C. R. Chamberlin,
Mitchell Si Lyndt
known ltre and
Rochester nerrnao Isa Co..
...Bocb cuter. N Y
Hufalo, N Y
Manebeter, M H
westcbeater tire "
Huff aJo German " ..
Reliance " ..
(iermaa Fire " ..
Milwaukee Mechanic " ..
Fidelity aod Ctouaity " ..
Offie emnar Sghteentti fttrtiet aod
Seoond avenue, aeoond Hoar.
White Seal saloon
zStS Sacoad Atcsoq.
d&S :? wrapper.
R I A " which has : been used in
U4 wrap- .
THE TBAVELERS GUIDE.
fBJCAGO. ROOK ISLAND & PACIFIC HAIL-
way Tickets can ba porchaawi or bg;vai;a
checked fit RUr Twentieth atreet depot, ot
CBltF depot, corner Fifth avanne and Tblrtjr
Arat atraet, Frank H Flummer, Agent.
it : r5 run
8 :l pm
8:i i am
Denver L m totl & Oman,. . it mi
Kt Worth Denver K 0....lt :IA n.
Mlnncapo Is-. ...:t 5:Mnn
Omaia acd !) Volnes t 7:45 an
tOmaha & Mln-i apolig ti4:(i5am
Omaha & Dea Moiue Kx .... 7:!0 am
tOmaha Ex il:.'.n am
Denver. incoln A Omaha... I 8:Dlain
(InmhttA Denver I 1:55 am
t a SS5 pm
t 7:13 am
t 8:00 am
Omaha Jb Denver tlo:(j0nm
Rock Irlimri A Bureau Ac... If 5:00 pm
t e-.uO t.m
t : am
t 4 :0!S pm
t 7:07 am
t 7:40 am
8t Panl& Minoeaiois 5:" iid
Denver. t Worth K O. . . . 5 :U) am
tKanoas 1ty A M Joseph.. Il-10tm
tHock Island A WaahloKton !I'J.-Il pm
Chicago & Urr Mniu.a 't 1:"0 , m
Rook Igland & Broofc lyn Ac . i 6 :8ft pm
Arrival. tDcDartnre. tDallr. axoeut bandar.
All others daily- Telephone 1093.
B O HATL-
i J war ipot nrn avenss ana uurteantB
i way Depot First at
t, M J Young. Agont.
BU lu., HprtuKtli Id. r-eorla
Bnc. Wuir, v.a Mnnaioutn 7:00 am 7:20 nn
Chicago, etrerling, Cbnion
Dabuqne t7:40 am t 1:40 pm
Peoria, Bvardstown. Bar
llnarton. Denver A West :4S vm til :M am
St. Pam A Minneapolis .... 7 Ml pm 8:10 am
Sterlliiir. C'lnton A Dobnaoel 7 60 Dm t 8:40 om
BULi.,Knfas CI T, Denver
rac joa-t via uaieen-rffi 7:20 pm n'Piam
Daily. tDally eioept Bandny.
CHICAGO, MILWACKBR A 8T PAUL Rail
whv Kacina A Houthwestnrn IXvialoa
Do(ot Tareniielh a reet, bet we en First and boooud
avonoca. L Q Greer, Agent.
TRAINS tiiti Abrivs
Mall anl Ezpraas 7:M) am :1Spm
Bt Panl Kipres 4:00 pm ll:Wam
rrelghtaud Aecommodatlon 8;i ast 9 so am
Dally except Hunday. .
TDOCK INLAND A PBOR'A RAILWAY
TA Jor.pt t First Aveniw and Twentieth atreaU
S Btockboaae, Uenl Tkt Agent,
TRAINS. LT Aiibiv
Bprlrjgfield, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, etc '10:11 pm
Peorta, Ppringleld, bt Lonli-
etc fl.06 am 6:40 pm
Aeonmodatlon Fpt Frelgbt. 10:30 am
Peoria, Hpringficld. Cincin
nati, etc 1.46 pm I1:1S am
Peoria Accom Freleht 7:10 pm 1 :A am
Bherrard Accommodntlon.. 5:00 am 4:50 pm
;ablo Accomodation 8:40 am S:J pm
Cab e and Hnerrard Aetcom.. 8;'W p"- 7:55 am
Parseneer train leave C K I A P (Molina
venae) depot five (5) mlnntes earlier than time
aiven. Trains marked daily, all other trains
daily except Sunday.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beanty excelled by none. This
ttone does not wash or color tbe
wall with alkali, eto. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive
carelnl attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Qnarries 12 miles from Kock
Island on tbe C. IS. A Q. U. 11.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photas of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell A Lynde's build
ABTHUB BU&BALL, Mia"
Bock Island or Colons, 111.