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4 THE AEGTTS, rjRIDAY, NOYEfBET? 11 T 1S93.
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McCASKRLS & McCASKKIN,
Attorney at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island offlse
over Kreil & Math's store. Milan office on
JL C. COjrEU."E. O COSIBILXT
CONNELLY & CON3?ELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Offlce over Thomas droit
tore, corner o( Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlce In Rock bland National Bank Build
i WILLIAM L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 1706 fatoond aveuue, liufo.d
B. D. IWIIIIT. c. U. WiLIIB.
SvTEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Offlce In Bengston Diode
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at la w. OClce In court house.
McENIRY & McENIRY.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security: make collec
odi Reference. Mitcncil c Lynde, bankers.
Grace. Mitchell & Lyude bulldinir.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
Commcrcinl and crir.lml
Mitchell Lyudi' ImUdiui;.
law. lioom 4.
F. II. FIRST. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on i:v,7. i".-e. Xfi Twentieth
H'rvf t Ofrtce hours: I" to 12 a. m.: 2 to 4 nod
7 to H p. in. Sunday, e.M to V:M a. m- 1 "
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
OfPc ir Kprncil avenue. ReIdence X sons hinm.; i-l-.iims Uj-'-iIt-si. s.iil state arc
w ty-fofrth seet. Yi'lone lim Offlce -no, i.i. d a,,i requested to n- t.-n. for the pur
Vrom to 1- a. u, 2 J 4 p. mt and 7 to H . - - , ' - Restate are re-
p. m, Sundays H to lO a. m.
DR. COiLV EMERY REED.
Special intention to diseases of women and
child-en. j.-o dnnasiw of eye. ear. nose and
throat, onu-e nours-...lo Jia. in.. I to 4 p.
m. ifcll Sixtecuh street, llocii Uland.
J. It. W;k;":ht. M. n . . .
. . M.'ts. 11 ADA M. nCKKHAKT. M. D.
DRS. RUKRIIAKT & IiL'RKILVRT. J
Once Tremarn Mock
Offlce hours 8 to 1 :
a. r.! . I to 5 i.'l 7 to V p. tn.
rhone No. 4n.
Nifc't calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER. M. D.
ITjysieii.a and Surgeon.
Office between Thin! and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth fire.-i. tivcc bourn: UlulU. ni..
2 tt 4 p. m. uml 7 tow p. in. Nifc'hl calls froui
ofllce. 1'bouo iil.
DR. S. II. MILLER.
Veterlaary Surgeon and Dentist.
Alldliease of hTsex rd cattle treated on I
approv.nl principles S.irvical crerallons p.-r- J
fnmird m a s-ientidc manner. Doifs treated. '
All i-nUs promptly aiicuueu i" " '-.
lKJfi Kifih avenue. Tc.ephonelon 1 . OClce
and Infirmary. 1I.VK.17 Hfth avenue fjames
Idaucker a.stub.e). oppofite No. I nre houe.
DR. M. A. IIOLLINfJSWORTH.
Cftice: Harper llotiss Fnannaey.
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block Second floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store. 1S07 Second avenue. Telephone
C. L. SILVIS,
Over KreU AMaths. I7l Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms IS ar.d 15. Mitchell A Lynde buildinr.
Office hours, from DloUan. and IMlp.ro.
J. T. TAYLOR.
rwwee hours: t to li a. m.. 1:30 to 4:30 t m.
21S Eighteenth street. Opposite L'nion offlae. J
"Ce are sure you do rot-
Nobody wants it. But it comes
to many thousands ever veer.
Itcctnes to those who have had
coughs and eclds until the
throat is raw, and the lining
membranes of the lungs are
inflamed, btop your ccusn
then it first appears, and you
remove the great danger cf
clnnc "n'ifh rP pll Und!?- It
does so because it is a sooth- a
power. This makes it the great
est preventive to consusif tion.
Put one of
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
Piasters over your laags
H vholc Madlzcl
Lljrary F roe
Tor fo;.r fnn .timr Tay IM""
ri:. wo wni fccad you meec
P Medina! A cV.'ca rea.
Vi huv! th !. us. vo rv!rpi cr
h ,:no -f lite iiuf.: niin-'iil tiliyit-i;tT..
I-, li. n llilt-li J". lit,?. l'li.lli;l iir-
1 t; r m y.i.ir ..- Vou IU rtctno a
Fstnte of .r.drcv i ) util'ls-.n. de-ceased.
'1 ne 'H' l'T
ml-.i-t r:it rl -c
Isl i:ii. v.al
e-il baviiut I't-en appointc-ii aci-
f the cst-ite l Ain'rew
1 i;e of the I'dimty of i:iok
nf llurmis. c!ei'r:i.ril. ht-reby
tl.ui !? will iiIt-ar before the
coiiiitv court of Koi-k ii t-oimiy. tue
count v ur: r.M:ii. u; the en v of IJoe.: 11 mil.
at me J i niiirv term, on the lirvt Mo:. day
in Jiinuarv next. ,.t wbieh tine nil per-
qtnteil to make iiumeiliave paymeut to the
(i.;ti-l this .'.th il.iv of N'iwkIkt. A. D. lVS.
l.i.i-ES M. Im.s.viJ s. AdiuiaL-iirairix.
ll.tatc of Jeremiah I.e'i'iatte, deceased.
1 be unders'iriicd. oaM-rvalor a;ul ev-oni-ci.i
lulruiuix' rator of the e-.ta e of .iere
ralali l.e tV'ia'.te. late of the county of
lloek l.-J.ii.d. st'.e of liiinois. ib.-ce.i-.eil.
hereby rive n-iticff tli.tt be wiil ai'',ie;r
before the co-inty eou-t if ltoc! l-iasd
coi ut v. a t!i- county con-t room, in the city
of Kock Nlarid. attic; .!. marv term. o. the
Mouuav l'l Ji:tiarv next, at kiiii-u .line
1 all iier"ti LaviPif claim-, uanih! said etaie
I are uotiticil aul re'iuested to niicnd. lor the
I aii niMins nlci:o'l to saal e-itate arf re-
niirrnie 01 navinu trie
:.e kuj ii?t "i.
I .. i -.: .. - r. ... ih.
que-ieo v unue uiciu. i"J""'
Paled iLli :lh day of Ociobcr. A. D. IS.'?.
J It. Kiistkk. Conservator uud ICx-oClcio Ad
Ks'atc of Iat:d Uro-.vn. lei,ea-. il.
!i.i!iT-: n...l bavinu' been aTM-ointcl ex
ecutrix of i he la-t w 11 and u-Maau-m of I avid
rwn. i.ite of Hie eou-.tv or kock l-i.inu.
iia:cif Illinois. iiece.icil. hereby nivt' nu'ife
t hat sbe wiil at'P-ar beb
the county co'.i' t of !
K'M k i.-lami
niiiiv. a: :nc countv court r-oni.
l tie n! v
f Uoci; I-laml. at the January j
lie lirst Monday hi January i ext i
.. i. .! i m- all i ergons tiaviin; -i...uis .
a - in-' s. :ifl C.-.I it? are noii.ieii and r pi--.;ed .
to "ittc .U .or the purpo-e of bavins the ame;
ad. us:, .! Ail person Indebted tosaiit e-'ute
arc H'.nicsleu to mahv i.i.i.n .....n- .--j -
the .it.ii.Tii::!' d.
i.ated mis d uar of November. A. D. 1 "..
L'uhh.et Umow.s. t-xeeu'.nx.
Administratrix's Sal of Real Ktafe.
r ,1,-cree of sale
er : t
t t.v the -iuilt eoun oi itusij (
-. . ....tu ..r liiituk.s ,ti the'
hull a:. - - i
.. .r nctobtr.
cause :'.on and there pendiujr in sri d "'
.1.. s.i'e of ihe r-al es-.aie
In .fter i,-.-ri:ed t, pay cYbi i. nh.-.em
iLe uli.:c--'-':-d. as udmin:trall IX of the es
ta eof i.enrv CarstCi-sea. deceased. ..pe
ti ' ne- :.iiU kVor'UV i"-t Cr--:e:isea a-i! the
l'o ..nr.'i S.iM.u'' ll-Uik fi,f de'emi.in'.s.
the u'-.tersV:.ei i:i. 'tithe l:-th tiay or X
e'Mi r. A. i at ibe n.nir of io cJoi' p.
ni at 13 ast d vurof t:itr co ir:h'U!.e. Is the
eh- i't li nk islam;, ia said county. eil. t
ou-'c .su:e. to the l.i.-iict bidder, f. r cs!i in
ha: d. i: f ;:" it..' tract of Uad with the ap
es. Mtiiaiei: fi siu cu),
fccr'n'u as i i.
'i iie r.oi in
;-b feet i
) s, i.-w r :
m:. .v-s-ven and seten-P r.ths
' 'in; iH.rtion of oatiot 47. 1:: th
f see ion r.uLber ll.irtv-
rive t:;-! : i Uip :
nr ntliU'en il-i. north
'. mf: of the fourth
of rattte " '-i '
ii: i. I pi .:.c;;vai ni
ri.lian 'he city and count
il and Mi.e
foi. : .. ,
Iu-.".".t.iv : ai iron s'
ai:e on the ea -i "
f llock i-'-iau.
i.iT-.,:-.-l ii.iu i if'YM'Vi-a anil four-teams
lliJt-iei f.-e: s4i.tQ ir the Indian boundary
l'-!e. run" ir.ir thence eastcy paaliel with said
lad i"i i"o i:- v line two hti.iored and i.-!ity-1
wo v.A ttrce-tonths iM'-l"' f- t tothe west
lire of tiie aJlcv: thence rorth a: mi.' said west
line -i"T-ci n tr.a n-. ei:-: enths o ; 7-lci feel,
tb-iice west.-Iv pa'-aiiel .i!n I:.d: in r.;un-.-a-v
I lie two hundred and ettbt" -t w and fou--iiu'hHi'V-'
4-U'i feet to toe e lsi line of said
Ci -etecnth v.n-ft. thence souitj .x:y-evea
acd even-itbihs ct.; 7-ie feet to tie jlaee of
b Totfe'ner with a.l the et-". title and Inter
s' tbet-m wisere.f said Henry Carsiti.sen.
deceased, died seized in fee. a-.d ill the en
ta'e ti le nd interest therein of peu.ioner
aid kaid defc;uiaaui. and each of them.
Rock Island. Illinois. October 1. li.
GBACK E. CARSTENSEN.
Admini-s-ratrix of the eitateof Eenry Carsten
,.T a 4 I i-,s ru i Buy
d I J -VulTooehforn. Te i:
I ? JSfi.rili.pM4-3tiy.perit-ntl One
,rr.ten! tor.. we ref nod mooey.
Elri'llmi.- i.."s-o i ""it, - t. i
WlLMlNtnUN IS OUIET
People Down There Adopt the
Buck Fanshawe Way of
Securing Peace. -T
TJTEr JUST -R-OULD HAVE 0EDE2,
And.li. Cktalninc It Kight Negroes Were
Seat the Happy Land of Canaan, Pre
sumably "According to Law," Like a
New City Government Has Keen Inau
gurated Xtjio Newspaper Plant
Wrecked and the Haildiug Burned.
Washington, Nov. 11. A Star special
from Wilmington. X. C, says: "Events
moved quickly in Wilmington yesterday
morning end the ibite people made
Ecod their thrtats to take vengeance
upon the n?gro newspaper which pub
lished an editorial derogatory to white
women. At 1:Z0 o'clock the negroes
not having responded to the demand for
the removal of the press of The Record
(the neiii-o newspaper), ex-Representative
Waddell. the chairman cf the white
committee cf twenty-five, repaired to
the Light Snfantry armory, where he
was to meet the citizens by- appoint
ment. Kisht o'clock was the last hour
of grace lor the negroes to reply, and
that hour passed without an answer be
ing received. The citizens then waited
half an hour for reinforcements.
Mob Breaks into the Office.
In the meantime armed men had be
gun to cr.ther in the wide street In
front of the armory. They carried rifles,
shotguns and ammunition, and the as
semblage included some of the most
solid citizens of the town. At 8:30
o'clock the proceFslon, headed by ex
Representative Waddell and the com
mittee of twenty-five, moved in the di
rection of Feventh and Xunn streets,
where The Record rrinting chop is lo
cated. All along the line of march the
procession was joined by armed citi
zens. When the crowd arrived in front
of The Record office, a two-story frame
building, Waddell. 'with rifle on his
Ehouldtr. went to the door cf the build
ing and knocked, bui there being no re
epunse, the door was sion burst open.
I'rint Shop Son Ieslroyeil.
The citizens surged into the place
and commenced the work of destruc
tion. The furniture was. smashed and
thrown into the street, and floors were
gutted of movables, and the building
was fired and destroyed. Some one
turned In a fire alarm, and when the en
gines responded the crowd discharged
their weanons. and a fusillade of gun
and pistol shots, cheers and shouts
filled the air. The affair was soon ever,
however, and ni one was hurt. The
publishing house was destroyed, but
the neighboring property saved. The
colored editor. Manly, his brother, and
their asotiates have lied, and could not
be found by the titiz. n.
Ml Ha a Machine G'.;n.
After destroying the printing house
the marchers leturned to the armory,
where they b ft a rapid-Pro machine
pun mounted in a wagon ready to be
dispatch- d tT the sceneif abattie should
c.c; ur. Th" foregoing action was the se
quel of Wednesday's meeting at the
cr.urrty court house, and that of the
comimttee of twtr.ly-f.vp in the after
noon as a result of which the negroes
were given until yesterday morning t.".
return an answer to the demand for the
removal of the press and the cessation
of the public ntir.n of The Record.
ALL UONK "ACCORDING TO LAV.,"
Ai She Is Spelt" Douji in the Old North
State at 1'rcMHit. j
Wilmington, N. C, Nov. 11. After a j
day of bloodshed and turbulence Wil- ,
mington has subsided into comparative '
peat ef ulness. night mgroes were killed '
and three white men wounded during '
the day. one of them William Mayo j
seriously. Last night thecity was in
the hands of a new municipal govern-'
ment. and law and order is being cstab- j
lislied. Yesterday afternoon the board
of aldermen resigned one by one. As
each alderman vacated the remainder)
elected a successor named by the citi
zens' committee, until the entire board
was changed legally. They resigned in
response to public sentiment. The new
board is comnnsed of Demccrats. The
mayor and chief of police then resigned,
and the new 1 card elected their suc
cessors accoraing to law. Kx-Kepre-
Fontntive w aiioell was elected mayor
an! K. O. Parmeke chief of police.
The first act of the new government
was to swear in 2Z0 special policemen,
chosen from the ranks of white citi
zens. They are vested with all author
ity and will take charge of the city.
The citizens committee will remain on
f.uard. however, tlucughcut the town
to f revent possible attempts at incen
diarism. The new government will de
vote its attention to restraining reck
lessness among the whites as wen as
keeping down lawlessness among the j
Cegrovs. Further trouble of a general
or serious nature is not expected. Soon '
after the met tir.g Ceorge Rountree re
ceived a telegram from Governor Rus- j
sell, saying that he would use all his :
efforts to influence the mayor ar.d city
council to resign if that would restore
Rountree sent the following reply:
"Mayor and aldermen resigned. Two
hundred and fifty special policemen
.-orn in. I -aw will be maintained and
I tit? restored." Rountree is a rromi
ner.t attorney here ar.d a member of
the Pemocratic congressional commit
tee. Another r.fgro was kilied last night
at Tenth and Mulberry streets. He was
hai'ed by a guard, but refused to halt
and ct,r.nuing to advance was shot by
the guard. Three companies of the state
mi'itia arrived during the night from
neiehroring cities and aii in maintain
HOW THE NEGRO IiS WERE KILLED.
Horning of the Printing Office Creates
Wild Alarm Among the Colored Folks.
The burning of the printing ofllce
created a great commotion among the
negroes or the town, a he rumor spreaa j of the colored race in this country. Mrs.
that the w hites were going to burn and jjouglass is a white woman,
n urder in the negro quarter. This ru- Mrs. Alice Freeman Palmer, former
rr.or reached the negro employes of a ly president of Wellesley college, and
cotton compress numbering 300 or 400, ' now connected with the University of
wh- quit work and hung about the j Chicago, was run down by a bicyclist
streets in manifest terror. Other par- j at Cambridge, Hags., apd tadly a
Hit congregated la the negro eecUon . Jured, i
end it was la one of these that the first
tragedy was enacted. The men were
stanrtir.giion a corner and were ordered
to disperse. They declined and, it is
claimed. firWI into the whites. A fusil
lade was immediately opened upon
them l y the whites and three negroes
were killed. Two whites were wounded
One negro ran down the street and
passing a residence f.red a rifle at Wil
liam Mayo, white, standing on the ve
randa, shcoting him through the left
lung. This negro was recognized, pur
sued and enptured while hiding under a
bed. He was riddled with shot by his
captors and killed. The local military
company was ordered out and a bat
talion of Tnid States naval reserves
proceeded to the vicinity of the trouble
with a rapid-fire gun. About 1 o'clock
some negroes in a house fired upon a
passing party of white men. The house
was surrounded and four negroes capt
ured and taken to the Jail. One negro
broke away and ran, but was shot
down and killed before he had proceeded
half a blcck.
During the afternoon there were oth
er affairs of this kind and eight negroes
were killed curing various times in the
disturbed sections. Their names at this
time are unknown.
A crowd was formed last .night to
take from the jail and lynch two ne
groes. Thomas Miller and Ira Bryant,
who had been arrested charged with
making threats and wereregarded as
dangerous cases. The mflt'or. Colonel
Waddell, promptly prohibited the as
sembling of the crowd at the jail and he
himself headed a guard of twenty-five
men wi:h Winchesters to guard the
SIMILAR IN SOTl II CAROLINA.
Ten Nrgreos Kite tlia Dust One White
liilled. Three 1'atally Wounded.
Washington, Nov. 11. A special to
The Post from Greenwood. S. C, says:
Five negroes lay dead at Rehobeth yes
terday along the roadside, another was
killed yesterday and likely four others
are dead and lost in the woods. One
white man was buried, three others lie
nt the point of death and more have
been wounded. Four heads of families
have left the country and armed troops
of countrymen are scouring the coun
try hunting other victims. AH of this
is the outcome of an election row.
Following is a list of the dead and
wounded: Killed J. I. Etherbride,
white, killed at polls; Thomas Tolbert,
white, mortally wounded at the same
time; Wade Hampton McKinne'y. Jesse
Williams, Drayton Watts, Lum Jack-
Eon, all colored, killed Wednesday: Ks-
se; Harrison and lien Collins, colored,
killed yesterday. Wounded Sidney
Tolbert. 13 years old, dangerously
wc'iinded; John R. Tolbert, white, col
lector of the port at Charleston and
chairman of the Republican state legis
lative committee, wounded: Stuart Mil
ler, white, mortally wounded; C Flem
ing, white, shut in shoulder; M. Young
er, shot In foot: Cleave Armstrong,
who tried to protect the nehros, shot In
1 the neck. In addition to these two and
likely four negroes are reported to ba
dead in the woods where the five bodies
The trouble was precipitated on elec
tion day when COO or "00 negroes at the
poll:? opened a fusillade at the stand in
which the voting was going on because
Ctheritige. an election oflie'or, wanted to
prevent the negroes depositing their
ballots for rer rcsontative in congress
in a special box, the ballots to be used
to contest the election of a Democrat.
The negroes later fired from ambush at
a number of whites.
The iiicielent of the day was the kill
ing of Kssex Harrison. Down the road
came a squad of mounted cavalrymen
with Harrison marching ahead with
guns and rifles drawn on him. Fifteen
men lined up on the roadside. The ne
gro was put out in the road and told to
go toward the pile of four dead ne
groes. He started, there was a ring of
rifles, and Harrison pitched forward
dead. Harrison, it is alleged, was a
member cf the crowd that killed
The whites are particularly incensetl
at Tolbert, who is of a fine southern
family, fought bravely for the Con
federacy and has been a Republican
since the war.
Columbia, S. C, Nov. 11. John R.
Tolbert, the father the men figur
ing in the Phoenix afTaJr, and his son
Joe. are here. Tolbert's body is covered
with wounds, but he is not seriously in
jured. Prompt arrest and the securing
of his incarceration in the state prison
for. the present probably saved his life,
as there are many men from the upper
portion of the state here on the lock
out for any of the family.
DeWitt C. Cregier. ex-mayor of Chi
cago, is dead of Eright's disease.
The Co-Operative Furniture company,
of Rockford, Ills., has made an assign
ment. The Chicago South park board has de
cided not to change the name of Lake
Front park to Hamilton or Grant park.
Emperor William of Germany pro
poses to include Spain in his pilgrimage,
and will arrive at Cadiz about Nov. 20.
General Blanco has ordered the arrest
of two Spanish editors at Havana who
wrote insulting articles against Ameri
cans. William F. Burroughs, once a riromi
nent actor, is dead at New York from
accidental gas asphyxiation, aged &3
The large department store of J. W.
Stewart at San Antonio, Tex., was de
stroyed by fire. Loss, J1C0.CC0; insur
ance, i 10,000.
Alexander Caldwell, a member of the
grocery firm of Caldwell & N'oonan, of
Chicago, has disappeared from his place
of business ar.d his home.
Great Britain, France and Italy have
accepted Russia's proposal to appoint
Prince George of Greece high commis
sioner of the powers in Crete.
The hospital of the Wisconsin veter
ans' home at Waupaca was destroyed
by fire. Loss, J13.0u0; insured for 110.
000. Thirty Inmates were got out un
injured. Mrs. ' Frederick Douglass, widow of
the colored orator, is to go on the le.
j tu.e platform, to deal with the problem
COMBINE IN STRAWBOABDS.
Kival to the American, of Chicago. Or
ganised at lndtauapo'.is.
Indiana polls, Nov. 11. The indepen
dent mill owners who control straw
board plants in different parts of the
country have decided on a plan of con
solidation. They will form a rival com
pany to the American Straw-board com
pany, of Chicago, which controls about
cr.e dozn mills. This will leave a half
dozen small plants not represented in
the ceinso'.idation, but the latter will
have little or no effect on the prices of
the output. The meeting of the straw
board manufacturers in this city yes
terday .saw the new consolidation
brought about. There were nine of the
independent companies represented at
the meeting held here yesterday as fol
lows: Ohio Strawboard company, TTr
bar.a, O.; I'nited States Board and Pa
per company, Carthage, Ind. : West
Muccie Straw board company. Yorkton,
Ind.; Consumers' Tapers company,
Muncie, Ind.; Paragon Paper company,
Hartford City, Ind.; Urbana Straw
board company, Urbana, O.: Peoria
Strawboard company, Peoria, Ills.; Vin
cennes Paper company, Vincennes, Ind.:
Albany Paper company, Albany, Ind.
The American Strawboard company, of
Chicago, was also represented at the
Too 51 neb. Hating.
Glnttony has it3 victims, hardly loss
numerous than other vices. To overeat
is to overburden, tbo digestivo organs to
snch au extent that it will be impossi
ble for tteru to perform their dutius
properly. Deleterious products are cre
ated, and health is finally destroyed. A
prominent judge csed to say such men
dis their graves with their teeth and
it is so. Ou the other hand, there are
those who eat tool'eylc. All extremes
are evils that esperiwi.ee should govern.
An African Mother-in-law.
A native has hecu committed to tbo
high court fcr tri3l for mutilating his
mother-in-law by cutting off her car.
The uativo averred that his motber-iu-latv
had attempted to eutico her
daughter away from him, her lawful
hunhaiid, to some other native, and ho
took tho extreme measure cf cutting oiT
her t ar ns a, gentle hint to miud her
owu business. Gwelo Times.
Chicago Grain and I'roJaoe.
Chicago. Nov. 10.
Following were the ejuotations on tha
Board of. lTade today:
Wheat Open. High
...$ .6.V $ .;Da $ .Wi $ .65
C(i',8 .0ti:js -Co -toTi
... .n'2 .:i2'i .ri-Ti .SlTi
. ... .oU: ."iu'j .oiii2
... .-"!. S .2 ---8
i4- .I-iVa .-4-Js
... -.S2Vi 7.52'i 7. 72'.'. 7.77'i
i0 b.t'U S.S2"i S.S3
... 4.S7'i 4.S7ii 4.R2'i 4.S2'i
4.'j::,.2 4.'.'2'i 4.S7V." 4.1)0
Produce: Butter Kxtra creamer
ies. LlHc per lb; extrti dairies, Hit
liic; fresh packing stool:. Ill" 12c. Eggs
Fresh stock, l.s-fils'c per doz. Live
Poultry Turkeys, 7 if: re per lb; chick
ens. 3', iff' 7c; clucks. G'it tl' ic ; getse, Jl.tOU
6.P0 per doz. Potatoes Good to choice,
27"riClc per bu. Sweet Potatoes Jer
seys. $l.,.Hi'a2.10 per bU. Apples Com
mon to fancy. J1.3C?i 3..r.0 per bl.l. Cran
berries Wisconsin Bell and Bugle, ja.10
fad.73 per bbl.
Chicago Lire Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
CS.Oirj; sales ranged at 12.411?! 3. CO for
pigs. $3.2Cf.-3.eo for light, ?3.2CCt3. for
rough j acking. JS.Stfj 3.C3 for mixed,
and S3.4of 1 3.03 for heavy racking and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts for the day, 9.000; quotations
ranged at J5.23t5.60 choice to extra
steers. Sl.CCft 3.23 good to choice do.,
$4.C0fi4.S0 for fair to good, $4.!0Tt 4.73
common to medium do., $4.C0t:4.43
butchers' steers. $4.00Ji3.30 fed western
steers. $2.!f'f" 4.C0 stockers, J4.O0i4.30
feeders. 51.75'ci4.00 cows. J2.CCfi4.eO heif
ers, J2.nCSj4.23 bulls, oxen and stags,
$2Ci4.15 Texas steers. $3.0fi4.53 grass
western rteerc. $2.75fi4.C western cows
and heifers. -and '$l.C0'fi7.23 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day. 10.000; ejuotations ranged
et $3.2554.45 westerns. t.lZ'g.iM na
tives, and $3 7,"rt5.60 lambs.
Milwaukee. Nov. 10.
Wheat Lower: No. 1 northern. 61V
ffinTc: No. 2 northern, 65'ic. Oats
Dull: 2eft27Vc. Rye Lower; No. 1,
El'tc Parley Steady; No. 2, 47c: sam
Hay Timothy, $8: wild, tl"J7.
Potatoes New. 30c
Hut ter Fair to choice, 17c; fresh creamery,
FiTk-s -1 7c.
C'biekens - Spring, c-c per pound,
llucks He per pound.
Turltevs Alive, c per pound.
Coal Soft. inc.
Cattle-Hut chers pay for corn feel steers,
(I4f'i: cows and heifers, 3ili; ca ves, 44ac
H oirs -t-l-f h i.
fflotf s Nerverine Pills
. The great
. : n ,s . m j
, v, . . u. . . y .1 . 1
"SE jg ati n e r v o u s
iV wii'Cj. ciscases oi ice
'L. .'V-rfjr;T-' peceralive or-
sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lfKt rVT.Tnfvrwv4 Imfnlmrv. TT: t-,1 Fr-s.
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, ex-
t -r-i n.- .f.t.
ieaa to v-onsumption and Insanity. 51.U0
r.-r (vs-r c fk. c fin
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KOTTS CHEMICAL CO., Prop s, Cleislacd, OMl
For sale by M F. Bahnsen. druggist, corner
Fourth avenue and Twentieth street.
Jolin Yolk & Co.,
Builders : : :
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing oi All Kinds.
Sintjle and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate. Beveled
Pite and Art Glass.
,1,wr?.TeenUl Rock Island
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mmi mm?' m
: THE BIST
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Rock Island Savings Bank,
X&oclx Is? and. 111.
Incorporated Under the
MONEY LOANED 05 PERSONAL COLLATES AL OIL REAL ESTATE SEOtTRITx
J. M. Buford. president,
JohD Crubaugh. Vice Iresldent.
P. lireenawalt. Cashier.
Began business July S. l0, and occupy the
S. E. corner of Mitchell & Lynde s
JOHN M. PARIDON.
PARIDON & SON,
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,
Paper Hangers, Calclminers, Etc.
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Inst. Co.,
Union Ins. Co.
Rockford Ins. Co.
Security Ins, Co.
State Ins. Co. -
- - Chicago, 111.
- - Rockford, 111
New Haven, Conn.
- - Rockford, 111.
Offlce. Itoom S, Tin ford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. AL Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any
can a3ord. Your
patronage is solic
ited. FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
nies. can on o, .ddr. R R chambcrHn,
Telephone 103a Arent.
Room 43, "
MltcheU & Lynde" Block.
Bepreeests the foUowtrc? well
known Fire and Accident Iuscr
Rochester German Ins Co. .....Rochester. S Y
Kuffalo Uermaa "
JluOalo. N Y
, Peoria, ill
.Manchester. K H
German Fire "
Milwaukee Mechanics "
t meuiy ana casualty
Office corner Eighteenth street and
orsuiiu aTtfUUB, aecona uous.
DR OP IN
Whits Seal saloon
iZii Secoid Avcauc.
BBina ETV Idlir
lv.1 "sJ r ,.J rk ID ri--w U 14 TX. W. W M 1 aVc s i a Ti -rs
Four Per Cent Paid on
n. S. Cable, Wm. Wilrrertoo
John Cnibaugh, Phil Mitchell,
li. 1. Hull. L. Slinon.
K. W. Hurst, J. M. llaford
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst.
HENltr A. PAIUDON.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
-" HIOAGOniOOK ISLAND It PACIFIC RAIL-
" cy Ticket can ba purchsped or bnae
ctecieJ nt K I & F Twentieth s'.rect deimt, oi
Ci K I A r Ceit, comer Fifth svenne and Thirty
aret ttuet, Fiank 11 I'lummer, AgvnU
DeT.ver I,:3J'td AOrr.ab....
Ft We-rth l nver A. K. CI....
(liTia- it wrti Ui-8 Volnes
tOnibiii A Minntfipoli.......
omabn A Dcs Aloinefl Bx ....
JOo ah Kx
In-nvrr, ' inrnln A Omaha. ..
JCliirniro ,t Ilci" Tlloinew
Hock IslKtid i& bureau Ac...
St ,'flul dfc Miurtat ols
UouTer, Kt Wnrtli A K O....
tKanra- City A ft J teph..
jKc-ck Itar: A W'HchicUin
t.'hlcago ic Dps Mnin.
Uoek Islond & H'ooUlyn Ac.
t nrns am
t 5:i am
t h:.MI nm
t H am
Mi :0ft am
II :.'.5 am
ill) 35 pm
t 7:13 am
t 8 : . s
s :!iS pi
t S :'J um
1 10:40 rm
t 8:MI stn
t 7:07 an
t f:4(l at
t 4 i iui
t i:15 v.ro
Arrival. tDcnurtare. Jllally, except Bunday.
All o'.hc-ra daily. Telephone 109.'.
UHL.lN(iTjT' ROUTB-C B O KAIL
way U-pot Fimt aveoas acd filxteantn
t, al J Viur:rf, Agent.
St I... SLiincfleld. Peoria.
B ir 0:i. ia Mnnnnutli 7:00 ami T
Chiri?-, oierllcg, i hn'on & I I
lid'JU'ine t Tiam.t
Peora, Bea-d.u'wn. nar-
llDKlon. Denver weat.... it S .4S pm tit
St.. Hani ft MiQtie-ipo'l. ! 7-MI pm 8
Sterling, C ir.tnn A l)otnf4n 7.50 pra t 8;
tit, L . Kna Ci v. Uuavrr! I
A Pac Pou t v'a O.i- h'T "!:& im S'ljJS an.
Daily. tDilly except banday.
CHICAGO, MILWACKBK A 8T PACL RaU
wny Kncine A Soithweftnrn Divlaioa
Depot Ttrentieth s'reet, he: ween Irlr.tand beoond
avenues. L H Creer, Ai;en.,
TRAIV3 ihah Akhivs
Mali an1 Ktrpreas 7:0 am 9:1(1
St Paul Kiren.... 4:'J pm 11:30 so.
Freight and Accommodatinn h:'iit sti WHaa
Dtlly except Sunday.
ROCK INLAND & PJOII A RAILWAY
IJeiie t Firit Avrnio and Twentieth street.
B bto:kho-ise, Oen'l TH't Agent.
10 -tl pm
7 :bli mm
Hprlngdcld, Oiucinnaii, Peo
ria, etc .
Peorls, fSprlngfleld, Kt Ixiuli"
ArC'-raodatlon Pant Frclgnt.
l'eotia, Hpringfleld. Cincin
Peoria Aront. Fre'ht
Cah'o and Sherrard Accom
Cal e and Hhrrr1 Ancom . .
1 :5 nm
t, ;lJ am
H :40 am
PetigeDKe-r trains leave V H I P Molina
avenue) depot five fS)" minaiy. .arlier than time
given. Traiim marked daily, all other trams
daily ice: nt usnd&y.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability tied
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eto. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island tn the C-, B. & Q. R. R.
Trnlns 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 Photcs pi
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynda's bnild
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager
Bock Island or Colona, 111. -