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THE ABGTTS, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2fJ, 1899.
McCASKRIN & McCASKRIN,
Attorney at Law.
n t-1 wn Wrw7 T&fld OfflM
IUJCR 1 iu vu. wjwu- - -
over Krril & Math's store. Milan oleo on
a. C COBBKLJ.T. - OOll "SLAT
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys st Law.
Monev loaned. Office over Thomas' droll
store, corner of Seoooa avenue ana
JACKSON & HURST.
Attorney st Law.
Office In Rock Island National Back Build
m i. LVtpit.rn. bout, n. bet sou.
LUDOLril & REYNOLD,
Attorneys at Law.
Miir.ri to loan. General leaal business. No
tary public 1T0S Second avenue, Buford
a. D. gwitii T. c V. WALK a.
Attorneys aa3 Counsellor at Law.
Office In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. OTce In court house. -
McENIRY & McENlRY,
Altorceys at Law.
Tn nunr, on mod srcurltv: make eollec-
oru. Krf-rf-nc? Mitchc-ll & Lynda, bankers.
OfCce. Mitchell A Lyndu buuaicg.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
fominercliil nnd ""criminal law. Room 4,
Mitchell A Lyude tmildintc.
ALEX II. LIDDEUS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Monev to lo:n. Notary Public. Room 21.
Mitchell J LviuU builUniir.
F. II. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Itione 4 on 13CT. OfTce. KM Twentieth
BTert. omce bourn: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and
7 to H p in.
i! p. m.
bunday, f:30 to 8:30 a. m.; 1:30 to
J. A. BALL. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office lvw Second avenue. Residence 00
entv-foiirib htrert. Tc-lepbone 1110. Offioe
hours from lo to li a. m: 2 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m, Sunday w to I'J a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special sttenilon to diseases of women and
Children. l ho diseases of eye. ear. nose and
throat. Ofliee boun.-w.30 to a m . 1 to 4 p.
to. 31 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
BCHKHAKT. H. D . . .
. . . MH8. HAD M. BCBKHABT.
DRS. BURKHAUT & BURXIIART,
Office Tri'mann Nook. Office hours 8 to 12
& in to .Sand 7 tot p. m. rbone No.
K.K-k l&Und, 111. Nifc-bi culls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
fflce hrtwffn Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth lrt-el. turlce hours: S to 1 1 a. m.
S to 4 p. ru. itud ' to v p. m. Nik'bt calls from
office. lTjone 4t4-
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horse and cattle treated on
approved prtniplis. Surirical op rations per
formed in a soiciitiuc manner. Uojrs treated.
All c-.H promptly attended to. Residence,
lJi Kilih avenue. Telephone I on 1:167. Office
and lndnnary. I'HVitiT Fifth avenue (James
MaucUer a stub.e). opposite -o. 1 tire bouse.
1U. N. E. STEKN.
tlenlto V'rinary Surgeon.
Speeiiilt v r-lseases of the l'd. nerves,
kin. bliuldcr. kidney and lic.i.-c of women.
Hours: 10 to I- - to I to f. Sur.iluvs 10 to li
Southwest eorner M:rrin lii.d SecuD 2
M reels. Kjvenport. Iowa
DR. E. i. MOREY.
lU'itiu r:i;hic ltysielan and Surgeon.
Oilier: M.tehcll Jt I.vnde building. Hours:
I t ! IJit lu . i to 4 p. 111.
IJesulenee 1 1 1 4 Seeond airn'je. Hours until
a. m. a! ir 7. p. m. Telephone -Jri
Dlt. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTII,
pelec: Harper House Pharmacy
DRACK & KERNS.
Architects and Superintendent.
Skinner Block Seeond Boor.
HENRY UAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs ot all Kind.
rity store, l!07 Second avenue- Telephone
White Seal saloon
1S15 Second Atcouc.
If it was only health, ve
might let it cling.
But it is a cough. One cold
no sooner passes off before
another comes. But it's the
same old cough all the time.
And it's the same; old story,
too. There is first the cold,
then the cough, then pneu
monia or consumption with the
long sickness, and life tremb
ling in the balance.
loosens the grasp of your cough.
The congestion of the throat
and lungs is removed; all in
flammation is subdued; the
parts are put perfectly at rest
and the cough drops away. It
has no diseased tissues on
which to hang, mjjp
draws out inflammation of the
KrmrmtM-r Wf hsve s MMIrsl TV part
ment. If you hav any rmiipUmt what
ever and deKire the lM-t ineuu-wl sdvirs
jifti ran possibly obtain, write tba
fioetw fr-elv. You wiil receive a
prompt reniv. w1th'it entu
Address, DK. J. I'. ATER.
F-state of Henry Harrison, deceased.
The undersigned. b;iin;r been appointed
administratrix with will annexed of the es
tu'i of Henry Harrison, late of the coun
ty of Koek Island, state of liiinois. deceased,
hereby rives notice that sbe will ap
pear before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the county court room. In the city
of Koek Island, at the April term, on the
first Monday in April next, at which time
all persons Lavinif claims acainst said estate
are notified and requested to attend, for the
purpose of bavinir the same adjusted.
All persons innentcn to said estate are re-
qurstctl to make Immediate payment to the
Dated th s 31st dav of January. A. D. IW.
Mauy A. Hauhisum. Administratrix wltbwil
Petition to Probate Will.
State of Illinois.
Koek Island County.
County court. Hock Island county, anua
In thematter of the probate of the last will
and t.ststueut or we McKlnstry. deceased
To all persons whom this may concern Greet
Notice is hereby given, that on the 17th day of
January. A. 1. 1 .y a petunia was bled 111 the
couiity court of ock Island county. Illinois.
uskinx itiai the last a :.! and testament of h.ve
McKiustrw. deceased, ne afln.lt ted t probate.
The same fietition further slates that the fol
lowing named persons are all the heirs-at-law
anil leiraiees; .Mrs. aran Hetcher. Everett.
Pennsylvania: Mrs. lmisa I hurchill. ock
is anil. i;i : .Mrs. .vary t . iimrn. KoeU Island. :;i :
Miss Caroline Wilson. Koi-k Isjand, 111.: Miss
M.ik'i-'ie " ilson Hock Ilatnl. Ill : ieore Wil-
siu. res'deiiee unknown: Mrs. I liana Han. New
ark. libio:an(l otiirr unknown beir of Kve
McKlnstry. ileceiisol. You are furiber unti
tled that the bearing of the ptiof of said will
has been set by said eo'irt for the sib dav of
r ettr'iarv. A. li. I.-V.. at tbe bour ol li o cfk in
the fnrt'niHin. at tbe court house in Kock
Islan 1. in said county, when and where you can
aopear. if you see ht. unit show e.nise. if any
you bave. wby said will should not be admitted
iiKXKT H. HrBHARn. County Clerk.
Dated at Kock Island. January Ktb.
S. R. Kenwonhy and Jackson &. Hurst.
State of Illinois. 1
Rock Island County. ( "
In the Circuit Court, In chancery. Par
ti, ion. ceneral No. 447.
JalHili Simmon s. IOuisa IK-isenbaeh Charles
s-inimon. Catherine lisoi. ijialietb 1 lie
rev. Hnry J s,lmn;n. and tleore H sum
mon. Peter C S mmon. and Harris.in H.
Sinr.non in their own iiirbt and as trus-ees
for Harry Kieener. Creurue Heener. T;liie
neener. and WUlie Heener under th last
will of Philip Simmon, deceased and .V ina
K Darhnir. Cynibl M. Simmon. Harry r :ee
nor. tirnrce i leencr. Tiie Keener aud Wil
Notice 1 hereby Riven that by virtue of a
decree of sid court, entered 1:1 the above en
titled cause, on tbe se veniciuh day or Jn
usry. A. I IK.. I shsll. on Saturtl iv. the ei-ij-tecnthof
dayof Kebrusrv. A. U. attheb.iur
of two o'clock in Ibe afternoon, at the east
door of the court house, in tbe c ty of hock
Lsland. in said county or tock 1. .:! ;. di
rected by iaid decree sell at public auc". ion to
the t:rhesi acd best bitUler f. ir eah in hand a
certain parcel of laud, snuaie in tne countv
of Kock Island and state of Illinois, kuown
antl uescr bed as follows, to-wu:
The s iutbe.ist ,iuaner 4 sj I of section six Oil
in township sisieentb llrli north ranee one li
west or me rounn -. m principal mcritiian, tn
K.vcn Island county. Illinois.
1 !.! at M.h-k Isiaxd. Illinois, this e'eh-
tccntb day of January. A. 1 s....
ti.vm l' l'umesTr.11.
Master In Chancery. Kock Island County. IlL
It KE.S W'KTIIV.
Jai ks'S i llnisr.
Complainasi s Soiiciiors.
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krrll & Math's, 171(5 Second avenue.
Dtt. C. W. GKA1TON,
R.rrm is and IS. Mitchell I.vnde bull line.
Office hours from t to li a. m. and I to t p. a
J. T. TAYLOB,
rtm m k.im Q tn I? a. TYi 1 :k trt S'n n m.
;ii45tjVtiUi kUttt Ur;poaite L'luoa jfflo.
Li'" I iW f 1"-' tf 'Wt! - 1 ' 4L waggg
New French President Scatters
Oil on the Troubled
MESSAGE IS A PLEA FOB COITCORD
HttlMji the Orderly Succession ef the
Presidency a Manifestation of (he Vigo.'
wf the Republic John Bnll Beats the
French (iaiat with the Sultan of Oman
Talk iu the Spanish Cones Lady Cur sort
tiiven a Decoration.
Pari.". Feb. 22 President Loubet's
.mtf?agc to parliament was sent to both
house? yesterday. It was received in
t'oth chambers vtith loud applause. Its
salient ioir.ts are as follows: "You may
fount ujxm my firm desire to dedicate
all my efforts to the defense of the con
stitution. You have as a pledge there. f
my uncharging devotion to the repub
lic. The regular transmission of powrt
accomplished In a few hours after the
n.ost sundf-n death of our beloved and
regretted president. Felix Faure. has af
forded In the eyes of the whole world
fresh proof of the fidelity of France to
'.he republic at the time when some mis
guided men are seeking lo shake the
tonriderce tf the country in its institu
tions. Tolerance and Concord Necessary.
"Passionately devoted to the principles
cf th French revolution and the regime
of liberty it wiil be my constant anx
iety to assist parliament in the neces
sary work cf tolerance and concord.
During the course of the temporary dif
ficulties through which we have passed
Frame by her rargfroid and dignity
and the patriotism of her parliament
lias grown in the esteem of the world.
Why then may we not hope for a simi
lar understanding in internal affairs?
Does not thi understanding exist in the
tour-try? Is there the least doubt of the
necessity for paying eciual respec t to the
essential organs of society, the chamber
which deliberates freely on the laws, the
magistracy which applies them, the
government which ensures their execu
tion, and the national army which safe
guards the independence and integrity
of the motherland?
What the Republic Has Given France.
"The republic has giver France free
constitutions, assured her the priceles.
benefits of uninterrupted pcare. has
bound up her wounds, reconstituted her
army and navy, founded a great colon
ial empire, organized every grade of ed
ucation, corcluded alliances and pre
cious friendships, and has given a won
derful impulse to all lalwirs of charily.
co-operation and thrift, the aim being
to do away with cr lessen undeserved
suffering. I.tt us drvelop this work,
which Is the pride of our country."
Wild Ktimors Atluat in l"nri.
Wild rumors are afloat as to the do
ings and intentions of the Donai artists
and Orleanists pretenders, but the gen
eral belief Is that neither will do any
thing serious in the face of the genc-ral
acquiescence in M. I-oubet's election, al
though further disturbances are threat
ened after M. Fauro's funeral. The Rad
ical and Socialist papers express satis
faction with President Iiubet'3 message.
The moderate and reactionary organs
pronounce It insipid and insignificant.
FR. NCE GETS NO COALING 8TATIOV
There Is Another Point of Friction
with f-ngluntl European Notes.
Bombay. Feb 22 The sultan of Orrsn
has revoked the grant of a coaling sta
tion to the French, under the British
admiral's threats of a bombardment.
The British warships Eclipse. Sphinx
and Redbreast are lying off the port of
Muscat. The sultan has issued a proc
lamation to the foregoing effect, and he!
will make a similar announcemert in '
open dutlar. The French consul
entered a protest.
London, Feb. 22. The Times, com
menting editorially upon the revoca
tion by the suitan of Oman of the grant
cf a coaling station to the French. high
ly praises the promptitude and decision
of the first ofiicial act of Lord Curzou
of Kedleston. viceroy of India.
Madrid, Feb. 22. In the chamber of
deputies yesterday the opposition con
tinued to bait the goternment. Scnor
Canalejas put a long string of iiuestions
to the minister of finance, Senor Puig
cerver. who declined to reveal the con
tents of the projected bills. In the sen
ate yesterday Count d'Alrrenas resumed
the attacks begun by him Monday up
on the generals who were engaged in
the war in Cuba. He complained that
chests of gold sent out to pay troops in
Cuba bad been returned to Spain intact
and unopened just as they had been
sent out. Martinez d? Campos defended
General Linares, who was in innimarj
f th-Spanish troops at Santiago at th
ai itulation. against the charge of
treason brought by Count d'Almenas
adiling that the latter would r.ot dare
repeat his cha.rges outside the tortcs.
by the coffee
I irr skill and rctatati.n will be
envied if s!:c use onl - the delicious
It is the result of scientific blend-
ine of the choicest eorTcc beans, put
n; u hole in sea 2-lb. packages, to
lie ground daily as used. Therefore,
it retains all its aroma ana iresn-
ness, impossible with loose cofiee
pronnd at the store and mixed, as a
T consequence, with dirt. Epicures
O cali the T. & T. Brand
TU TiH 7Aff
VI'V 1 1(111 (VIIVV
in the wcrlfl."
7ril y.'ur priHTr "T. : T. CoiTce
or no coticeat ail. and he will cct
it f jr you if not ia stock.
0 r..ru ricijivT.y I y
Themssa ft Tcjlcr Spice Co &iica(s. III
Rome. Feh. ZC. The Osservater Rom
ar.o publishes a letter from the pope to
Cardinal Gibbons saying that "If the
term Americanism signifies qualities
peculiar to Americans and usunges
adapted to their customs, then we have
nothing to say against it: but if it de
notes the opiniors expressed in the 'Life
of Father Ilecker' vre are convinced
that the American bishops will be the
first to reject them."
Lady Curun GIveu m Decoration.
London. Feb. 22. The official Gazette
announces thtt the decoration of the
imperial order of the crown of India
has been conferred upon Lady Curson.
wife of the viceroy of India and daugh
ter of L. Z. Leiter. cf Chicago.
Address to the Our en Adopted.
Londcn. Feb. 22 The address to the
queen in reply to the speech from the
throne at the opening of parliament on
Feb. i was adopted in the house of
commons yesterday without division.
Kx press Train Safe Kobbed.
Cherry Vale Run. Feb. 22. An express
car on the Cherry Vale and I'ofTeyville
train, a branc h of the Santa Fe railroad.
I was roiiDed yerieruay in ims city or a
! large amourt of currency and money-
... . . .
orders while Express Messenger Cooper
was at breakfast. The safe was opened
with a skeleton key. The robbers es
caped, and are saiu to nave gut away
with J4 OCO.
New World's Itare Keeord.
Fan Francisco. Feb. 22. The world s
record for TVs furlongs was lowered or..?
second by Dunois at the Oakland track
yesterday. The former record for this
distance was held by Mamie Scott
l:3r4 with ninety rotr;'a up. made on
Oc t. 17. 183.". Dunois carried 10" pounds
and covtred the distanc? in l:."2li.
New Illinois-Wisconsin Railway.
Milwaukee. Feb. 22. t'lans are said to
be assuming definite shape for the
building of a new railroad by the Fnion
Construction company recently incor
porated, that will extend from the Il
linois state line at a point in Walworth
county to some point in Douglas coun
ty, probably Superior.
Regulars Wiu at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati. Feb. 22 The Republican
primaries last night were the occasion
of a fierce -factional contest between
the opponents of George li. Cox and
his adherents. The result was that out
of 204 delegates Cox has all but 3.". or
40. Cox represents the regular organ
Five Men Killed by Dynamite.
Birmingham. Ala.. Feb. 22. In entry
No. 13. mine No. 2. at Bioc ton. yester
day, five miners driving the entry were
killeci by a dynamite explosion. The
dead are R. L. Davenport and W. W.
Daverport. whites: Robert Curfton,
Mark Dooley and Joe Carpenter, col
Illinois 1'eai-bes .Ire Head.
Richvlew. Ills.. Feb. 22. J. W. Stan
ton, president of the Southern Illinois
Horticultural Society, says, after a
close examination of some of the leading
peach orchards of this part of the state.
that 75 per cent, of the crop has been
hilled, but that berry and apple crops
i:ever looked better.
Still Nil I.licht on rhe Murder.
New York. Feb. 22. Three important
witnesses. Mrs. Roland B. M.Viineux.
Mrs Florence Rogers and Dr. Wendell
Phillips, were examined yesterday at
he coroner's investigation into the
poisoning of Mrs. Kate J. Adams, and
their testimony, though interesting.
threw no new light upon the mystery
surrounding the case.
Burdette to Marry Again.
Toledo, O.. Feb. 22. The Blade an
nounces that Robert J. Burdette. the
humorist, is to marry Mrs. P. C. Baker.
a wealthy widow of Pasadena. Cal.
who has been his life-long friend. She
has one son, about the same age asBur
dette's son. The two young mer are
i1kcq C i i f . - i 1 c: ar-i-f j t-.j ialirl,taiT ii-iM, Ihn
. ...w.v.- . - -
Mid Knonch to Mnrder Her Son.
Frederick. Md.. Feb. 22. Mrs. Clara
Warmer. 40 years old, of Lewistown.
twelve miles from this city. was brought
to this city yesterday and surrendered
to the police liy her husband for the
murder of iier 16-year-old son Robert
E. Lee Wachter. She had been In the
insane asylum and was discharged as
Destructive Prairie Fire.
North Iiup. Neb.. Feb. 22 A de
structive prairie fire broke out in the
hill country south of this town Mon
day, and driven by a high north wind
ronn became unmanageable. Much,
damase was don to farmers, many
losing all their hay.
Nurse Who Had a Komanca.
?t. Iuis. Feb. 22 Mrs. Kditii Pcpiiel
ton. aged 29. supervisor of nurse." at the
I:iptit hospital, died yesterday of
pneumonia. A wealthy husband in De
troit survives Mrs. Popjicltor. They
had not bren living together for many
years, it is said.
All of His Rilia Are ICroken.
Baraboo. AVis.. Feb. 22. Kellog Bab-
cock, of La Valle. was irj'jred while en
gaged in hauling logs. On one side all
of his ribs were broken and other inter
nal injuries are of such a nature that
the attending physician regards recov
Republicans Win at Pittsburg.
Pittsburg. Feb. 22. Municipal elec
tions were held in Pittsburg and Alle
gheny yesterday with the result that an
apparently unprececerted victory has
lKrr sr-ored by the lteputlican ticket in
Educators in Council.
Columbus. O.. Feb. 22. T!ie depart
ment of superintendents of the Nation
al Kducatior.al association convened
here yesterday. th estimated attend
ance being fully 1.0O0 persons.
Gen. Alr Arrr.H at uctreiu
D.-troit. Feb. 22. Secretary of War
Alger and Secretary of Agriculture Wil
son, the two members of the cabinet
who will represent the administration
at the Michigan club banquet tonight,
arrived in the city last evening from
Washington. Alger will preside at the.
banquet tonight as toastmasler and
Secretary Wilson will be one of the
I'aased a '.altonac KUg Rill.
Albany. N. T.. Feb. 22 The senate
yesterday passed a bill making it a mis
cemrancr to ute the national flag lor
woum o Amelias essayed a feply,
the president refused to hear him.
Pop on American Questions.
UTAH'S BEIBEB.Y SENSATION.
legislative Inquisitors Put In a Itusy Day
with Their Probes.
Sa': Lake City, Utah, Feb. 22. Th
legislative investigating commission
held two sessions yesterday and an
niiei last night. When the committee
met yester-iay morning additional
charges filed by Representative Law
were read. A sworn statement front
A. W. McCune was then read in which.
he denied in detail the statements con
tained in the supplemental charges.- F
O. Home, of the Wahsatrh drug store
testified that Law and McCune were in
his store on Saturday last: that after
thov loft Law returned to the store and
spoke of the conversation with Mc
Cune. and that Law had said he wouM
accept $l,r.0). but would not go below
McKissoit Reu.xiiinated for Mayor.
Cleveland. Feb. 22. After one of the
most exciting local campaigns Mayor
Robert E. McKisscn was renominated
for mayor at th? Republican primaries
last night over Judge Carlos M. Ston
by a majority of over 7.000. The fight
was d-.stinrtly between the Hanna an. I
McKisson forces. This is McKlsson's
third nomination for the mayoralty, h
having already served two terms in
Illinois Man Continued.
Washington. Feb. 22. The senate in
executive session yesterday confirmed
Clinton F. Irwin, of Illinois, to be asso
ciate Justice of the supreme court of the
territory of Oklahoma.
lie Kobbed a Saviugs Hank.
Chicago, Feb. 22. Euger.e H. Zieglor.
until recently an assistant teller of the
Illinois Trust and Savings bank, has
been indicted for stealing 55CO from the
Car Trust Files Incorporation Papers.
Trenton. X. J.. Feb. 22. Articles ot
incorporation were filed with the secre
tary of state yesterday of the American
Car and Fourcry company with an au
thorized capital of $60.000.COO.
f A Prince as a. Hallway unard.
Prince Cbilkow, tba Russian minister
for railways, corumenced his career by
makiuR a tour of the world in order to
take note of all the latest inventions
und to study the working of railroads
abroad in a practical manner. lie first
of all worked as an ordinary mechanic
in the locomotive works at Liverpool,
after which be became a railway guard
and afterward station master at an Eug
lis!) town. Returning to Russia, he
again worked as a mechauio and after
ward as a station matter. After passing
several years on the Transcaepiau rail
way he was made director ol the V ar
sovie railway, then inspector general of
railways and finally minister. Paris
Had Models to Follow.
He A self made man is common
enough, but we never bear of a sell
She Considering tbe kind of arti
cles tbe men turn ont who are in tbe
Gelfmaking business, you cau hardly
blame tbe women for not taking up tbe
occupation. Boston Transcript.
A Bit of Vanity.
She I'm not afraid of tbe best mar-
He I hope not, dear. I don't think 1
ever gavo you any reason to be afraid
of me. Yonkers Statesman.
The eye is the first feature to show
the approach of old age in man by tin
fading of the color at the circnmferencf
of tbe cornea.
In almost every school of the mikado'i
empire it is the custom one day in th
autumn to take tbe pupils out rabbil
THii ' MARKETS.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chita ko, Feb. 21.
Following were the quotations on the
Hoard of Trade today:
IliKh. Low. Close.
$ .73,i I
Produce: Butter Kxtra creamer
ies. 22,J(ft 23c per lb: extra dairies. 18c:
fresh packing stock. llVjiffi'Ac Eggs
Fresh stock. 20c per clozen. Dressed
Poultry Turkeys, SOllc per lb; chick
ens. Hii 10c ; clucks. 6&9c; geese, efibVic.
Potatoes Common to choice, 2 if; 45c per
b. Sweet Potatoes Illinois, Jl. 506 2.00
per bbl. Apples Common to fancy.
42.5014.-3 per bbl. Cranberries Wis-
cor.sii! bell and bugle, JB.OCaC o.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Feb. 21.
Hogs estimated receipts for the day.
20.000. Quality generally good. Left
over, about Sales ranged at 13.1-0
0 3.50 for pigs. J3.45CI.3 67V for light. J3. 45
6i3.55 for rough parking. J3. 454i 3.70 for
mixed, and S3.604r 3.75 for heavy packing
and shippirg lots.
tattle Estimated receipts Tor tnj
day. 3.000. Quality rather good. Market
rather active. Prices were unchanged.
Quotatiors ranged at J3.40fa6.0i for
choice to extra steers, $4.60(?i5.25 good
lo choice do.. $4.205r4.60 for fair to good.
Jt.00'g4.50 common to medium ar..I3.a'J
Ci4.10 butchers t-teers. 4 lir(io.4j tea
western sters. $3 405 4.50 feeding steers.
1.73fa4.10 cows. 2.6r4 f5 heifers. 12.70
47 4.50 bulls, oxen and stags. ;41H B0
'exas steers, and S4.C0i.rjO veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day, 10.0(0. Quality fairly good. Mar
ket moderately active. Quetattons
rar.gid at J.'5.20'ii4.50 westerns. J2.9r4.r0
r.ativs, and $4.0i5 5 03 lambs.
Milwaukee. Feb. 21.
Wheat Firm: No. 1 northern. 73cj
No. 2 northern, 7&'-ii71Vic. Oats Firm;
HJj30jC. Rye Firm; No. 1, E6V4c
Bailey Lower: ro. i, w'j'jw; sam-
I Kit H 'ifsra Jh?.
Hay Timothr tT.50?j,?; triid.M fT.
Butter Fair to choice. 158: fresh creamery.
Chicken Spnng c per pound.
Duck Tc per pound.
Turkevs Alie, Vc per pound.
Coal Soft. Ikc
Cattle Buiciiers par for corn ted fcteers
4-ia-Sc; cows and ueiren, 3 j(te; calves,
"TTT ' f 1 -JV'iMVi
A Healthy Child.
SfS$d , -, y
JOHN M. PARIDON.
PAIIDON & SON
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
GHAS. E. HODGSON ,
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union ins. Co. 1'hiJadelphia, f.t
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn,
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford, 111.
Office, Room S, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent, with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage la solic
ited. FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
! by Insuring in Re
nies. Call on or address
C. R. Chamberlin,
UitcheU A Lynde Block.
Bepresenta tba follrrwtng well
known Flra and AocHenl Irjaar
Rochester German lea Co.
...Rochester. N T
Buffalo, N Y
, Peoria. Ill
.Manchester, N U
German " .
Buffalo German .
Reliance " .
German Fire " .
New Hampshire " .,
Milwaukee Mechanic ' ..
Fidelity acd Casualty ".
Office eorner Elgbteentn street and
8eoond avenue, teoood book.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
Tbe premium payers of the state are maintaining-
a fund by popular suOscripUon from
which is offered a
Reward of $200
By tbe nnderaiirned association for tbe arrest
and conviction of any incendiary la any of the
PROPERTY OWNERS FIRE ASSOCIATION
Kock Uaod. ill.
of the bath depends larpe'y on cIcBtilincss
of the bath tuli. Ccurt health, aid sihaa
sickacss by uiung
wT7 -533r twtr
for all household cleansing purpose.
Largest paetcge gicaiest economy.
Sold everywhere. .M.ideonly by
THE N. K. FAIRBAMK COMPANY.
Chicago. SU Louis. Boston.
Mew York. PblUcdciphla.
Lives in a house that his
good plumbing. If the
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.
UENKY A. PAKIDKN
THE TEAVELEKS' GUIDE.
-EICAQD, ROOK ISTpACllrATl
V wsj Tickets cau be purchased or bagitaa
chocked at R I P Twentieth street depot, or
O R I P depot, comer Flf'.b Tnne and Tblrtj
flrst street, Frank II Flummer, AgenL
? Vf Wv (-
TRAILS. Eabt. Wbst.
Denver Limited A Omaha 't vis am t:5S run
rt Worth. Uenrer A K O .r: amitiriMu pm
Mlnneapo is t ,S:VI ami s:) nm
Omaca and les Mnlnes t H:ix) am(H:iH am
tOmstis Minn-aKll 1 MIS sm, .H:im am
Omaha Des Jdoiues Ex.... T:'ir ami tl'i '0-' o
tOmaba Ex !:;.& ami t i;.rm
Denver. I lnroln A Omaha. .. H:iiO arait :of am
Tri I'ily Kii.n i U:iK) m,7:iiSBm
RiH-k Island .t Bureau Ac t 4:KI pni 0:im pm
8t Panl Minneaiio ls .1 :(H) am, t t i.m
Denver, Kt Worth & K O.... Vim am tilled pm
1Kdi City ft J"apb... 11:10 mn:t S:S) am
Rock Island A Was hi OK ton 1:40 imt D:M) pir
Chicago A Utn Moinn .. t :m pmi 1 :i:'-'S pm
Rock Iflaud A ll-ooklvn Ac.. 6:36 pmlt 7:40 in
tOallv. ezcent bandar.
ah omen aauy
BUHLINQTON ROUTH-O B O RAIL
war Depot Flrct avense and Sixteenth
treat, M J Tonng. Agent.
St. "L., gprlngfleid. Poorla,
Bar. Oair. via Mnnmooth
7:00am T SJpm
Chicago, aterllng, Clicion
Peoria, Boa'detown. Bar
llngton, Denver iWtn
St. Paal A Uinaeauolls ....
t 7:40 am f 8 40 pm
t 2. is Dm TilrlW am
7:60 pm 8:15 am
BterUng. O Id ton A Dobaqne
St. L., Ksntai CI t. Denver
7 .do pm T 0:111 am
a rac. coast ! Ualepri'rg
10 pm!' 11 T' nm
Dally. tDaily except Sunday.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST PAUL Rall
wnv Racine sontb western Dlvlsloa
Depot Twentieth a'leet, between first atid Second
avenaes. L B Greer, Agent,
Mall an 4 Express....
St Paal Express
11 .Wl au
Dally except Sunday.
DOCK I8LAND A PKOR'A RAILWAY
J Depct Pint Avenne and Twentleih street.
R etockhoose, Uen'l Tk't Agent.
BprtngCcld, Cincinnati, Peo
Peoria, Springfield, ht Loolr
Accomodation Fa-t Frol'ht.
pcorla, Hprlngaelu. Cincin
Peoria Aecom. Preiiht
3:Xi pm j
Cable and Sherrard accom.
Cab'e and bherrard Aocnm -.
PssancFer trains leave '
H I P iMotlne
avenue) depot Ave (5) mirntee earlier than timo
given. Trains marked daliy, all other trains
daily exceDt Sunday.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimminsja
For cheapness, durability ami
beaut excelled by none. Thin
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans vent
as for estimates will receive
carefal attention and be returned
promptly at oor.ezpense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on tbe C., H. A Q. B. E.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let rlsitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos ol
buildings can be seen at Kootn
No. 13, Mitchell A lynde's build
ABTHUB BUfeBALL, Manager
3;:k Island or Colons, III.