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THE ABOTS, WEDNESDAY, JUXE 6, 1300.
Food is Reptilshre
to the stomach, that is irritated
and sensitive. Nervous disor
ders of the brain irritate the
stomach nerves making it weak
and easily deranged. That's
why so many people vrho suffer
; from headache have weak stom
achs. All nervous troubles,
, "whether of the brain, stomach
or heart yield most readily to
Dr. Miles' Nervine.
"Starting from a small spot In my brain
the pain would Steadily increase until it
seemed that my head would split open. I
would be deathly sick at the stomach, would
vomit terribly and many times have gone
from 24 to 36 hours without food or drink.
After suffering from these spells for 13 years
was completely cued by six bottles of lit.
Miles' Nervine." Mrs. T. M. White,
ax Urug Store. Wjlfiaauton, Mich.
preserves all wood surfaces if
is used. Best for exterior
uses, for house painters, hard- .
wood finishes, floors, cabinet
makers, vehicles and every
use for which a varnish is
demanded. 1 Every can abso
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Meand City Paint and Gregg Varnish.
6rgg Varnish absolutely guaranteed.
Colon a Sand
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and''
beauty excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plant sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. & Q. B. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and 00.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos ol
buildings can be seen at Boom
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
ABTHUB BUBBALL, Manager.
Kock Island or Colona. 111.
on the face, eczema, tetter, freckle,
hlarlthctxln. ring; worm, blotches, aud all
skin disorder can be cured with
Price eo Cants a Box.
HHSKELL'S BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS
I'uriry tlie blood and tone the system.
Price 29 Cent per Bottle.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAY a CO.. Philadtlphla.
rvn M k w
Best Dining Car Service.
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Are JTJST TBI THDTO.
Vf make them tlTta rot
Iwelr different positions ta
the dosen. Better ooea with
teat. six. four, tbrea aod two
dUtereat poaiUooa la the doc
aa. AUrecularOy mountad
ta the latest fuuaa at
C. E. SMITH,
OppoalM Earpar Bona, Saeoad Ave.
VERY PECULIAR CASE
Girl Says Shs Lost Consciousness
on a Train and Then
rOTOD BT THE EAILWAT TEACKS.
Teamster Who InaulteJ a Wheelwom
an Jrouht to Taw Election
of JojXge Hand.
Chicago, June 6. Josephine Freder
ick, of Naperville, lite., was foond un
consclou by the Burlington railroaj
tracks at Hawthorne Monday after
noon. Iler clothing was torn and her
right arm was fractured. She was
taken to the county hospital. At the
hospital, when she revived, she claimed
to hare been robbed. She said she
started from home to the race traci
early in the afternoon and learned that
the train did ctop at Hawthorne. She
more until she regained consciousness
said she went towards the rear of the
train and that then her mind became
blank, and she remembered nothing
in the hospital.
Says Ber Low Are $445.
The young woman declares that
when she left home she had a cnev
for ."X aud f ir, in cash. Neither the
cheek nor rtioney was found In her
clothing when she was picked up. The
Iolii-e think he jumped from the
train, misjudged the speeu at which it
wan running. It is suid that she Will
Ail venture of a Wheelman.
A vest pocket pistol played an im
portant part' in a seriocomic tragedy
In Clc-ero Monday. The display of the
little weapon caused Michael Donovan,
a coal teamster from Jlawthore, to
kneel and huuiblv njoloiil.e to Mrs.
Will Darst. of Hushuell, 111.. With her
hulaiid Mrs. larst was wheeling
from her home in Kushuell to the lakes
iu Wisconsin. They wre on the
Flfty-seeond avenue vlOuct, near
Twelfth htree, when they , met Dono
van's wagon. Mrs. Drast suddenly be
came faiut aud fell to one side and In
th path of the hordes. This angered
.1 . - t - 1 .1 .
1 ne lejiujMei . nnu iijiraiueu tier iui
her apparent clumsiness.
Made II i 111 Knrel anil Apology.
Tlie husband resented the man's
conduct. lHnovan is heavy. Darwt
weighs only 15 imuuds, but the dis
crepancy did uot deter him from tell
ing the big teamster that be would
have to apologize for the insult to the
woman. Donovan sneered. Then Mr.
Darst drew his vest iocket revolver,
leveled it at Donovan's head and or
dered him to get upon his knees aoid
beg Mrs. Darst's pardon. Donovan
meekly did as commanded and then
hurriedly drove away.
KLKCTION OF .IlIKiK HAND.
HI Opponent Defeated in Every County
In the IMMli U
Springfield, Ills., Juue ii. ru4g
Hand, who 011 Monday was elected
judge of the supreme court for the
1 "if t n Judicial district, defeating Judge
Craig, who has been on the lieuch con
tinuously since 1872, will take up his
new duties as soon as the official re
turns are received by the secretary of
State. The returns from the thirteen
counties of the fifth judicial distirct
show that Judge Hand has been
elected by a majority of nearly 12,000.
Judge Hand carried Judge Craig's
home county, Knox, by a majority of
l.T-IO. Judge "raig has carreid his
home county by handsome majorities
over his various Republican opponents
each of the three times he has been
elected iu this district. Judge Craifc
failed to land his Democratic eolers
in front In a single one of the thirteen,
counties this time.
Flenty of Rain Last Week.
Springfield. Ills., June . The re
port for the past week ended June 4
of the crop and climate department of
the weather bureau of Illinois says
that the week was one of showery con
ditions throughout the state. Iu most
places rain h thoroughly soaked the
noil, while in a few localities It has
been so heavy as to cause damage by
washinr'otrfl crops and overflowing
bottom lands. Warm weather pre
vailed throughout the week. The result
of these conditions was n rapid growth
of vegetation generally.
Tt Little GirU Surrogated.
Belleville. Ills.. June f.. The resi
dence anl saloou of John Williams, at
Dewey Station, three miles west of
Belleville, was burned at 3 o'clock in
the morning, and Williams' two
daughters, aged r and years re
spectively, were suffoaated. Their
bodies were rescued lefere the names
reached them. The lot on which the
building stood was N. 13. and within
seven year live luiiMinffs have been
burned mon the sltv
Only Ian Yean for Murder.
Springfield. Ills.. Jun . Governor
Tanner has commuted the sentence of
Harry Lyons from twenty years to a
term ended yestercay. Lyons was
convicted of murder at the June term.
IVki. of the criminil i-ourt of tok
county, ami given a life sentence.
This was commute: to tweuty years
by (iovernor Altgt&l.
Iurriy 1 Wanted at Chicago.
Springfield.' Ills.. Juue . Governor
Tanner lift Issued a requisition uiou
the covernor of M ssotiri for the ex
tradition of John t. Purely, who Is
wanted at "hica for embezzling
fuuds of the Sln.er Manufacturing
company while in its employ. He is
under arrest at St Louis.
Bad Luck Brlig-a oa Insanity.
Paua. Ills, Juneti. Samuel V. Coul
ter, for many years a prominent busi
ness man of this city, and who re
tired two years a. has been declared
insane by a con mission aou will be
placed In the Jacksonville asylum. His
couditlon is the result of business re-J
Slate o psme Coart Meet.
Springfield Jls., June C Supreme
court met yesteday afternoon for the
Jnn term, aiie ndocket is heavv.
Judge Carroll f.-Bogg. of Fairfield,
was elected thf Justice for the en.
Sirlndliaa a, Baak,
A few years ago a well dressed man
presented himself at a certain national
bank and laid down a check for $3,000.
It was signed by a well known whole
sale whisky house, and upon the back
were the words, "Identification waiv
ed." At the same time a well dressed
man entered the office of a live stock
firm at the stockyards and asked if he
could wait in the oe, as be expected
a telephone message. He was told that
he could, and he took a seat near the
Down iu the bank the paying teller
was asking who the holder of the
check knew. He said not many firms,
as he was a stock dealer, but if the tell
tr would call up Mr. Smith of Jones &
Smith, the well kLitrn brokers at the
stockyards, he would find out that he
was all right. The teller called for the
Dumber, and when the ring answered
he asked for Smith. The man on the
end said he was Smith, and he at once
gave Brown, the holder, the amount of
When it was discovered that the
check was a forgery, there was an aw
ful kick, as Smith said Brown was as
good as gold. Smith declared that he
had talked to no one, and the result
was an argument letween Smith and
the bank teller. No one knew about
the accomplice answering the phone,
and the result was that Smith took his
account from the bank, and no one
ever knew who it was who answered
the telephone. Cincinnati Enquirer.
A Gift Xot Appreciated.
Two well known clubmen were stroll
ing along Chestnut street the other aft
ernoon when a young fellow of rather
sporty attire stopped them and at
tempted to borrow $3. "I've got to
have It tonight, and I'll give it back to
you tomorrow," he said.
The man addressed looked dubious
and his friend, who was not acquaint
ed with the would be borrower, moved
away, apparently to be out of earshot
of the conversation.
"I don't think I can lend you the
money today," said the clubman.
"Come on, there's a good fellow,'
coaxed the other. "You'll get It back
"No; I won't lend it to you," was the
reply, "but I'll tell yon what I will do.
11 you re so ueviiisn hard up, 1 11 give
you f 5."
"All right: give it to me," was the
"You've got it already," said the
clubman. "Do you remember the five
you borrowed from me three months
ago? Well, don't bother about paying
that back. Nice day, isn't it? So
long!" Then he rejoined his friend.
"In the last two years that fellow has
borrowed $."o from me at various
times," he said. Philadelphia Record
Aa Enajlialinaan'a Manners.
JCote, as has long been noted, that
the only manners the Englishman cares
about are what our country cousins
call "table manners." He can lay enor
mous' stress ujon these without seem
Ing to thaw out, for they really ex
press nothiug, and meticulous nicety
In the forms of eating and drinking
pleases his innate seuse of refinement
and chimes iu with his dislike for mak
ing a mess. Yet a certain Frenchman
may not have been far wrong, after all,
In saying that "the English w ould sure
ly not frown so upon a man's mopping
up sauce with a piece of bread If they
memseives nna ever naa any sauce
worth mopping up." It may be that
the Englishman s perfection of deport
mem a 1 meajs comes in part from a
lack of temptation to do otherwise.
But the truth Is none the less apparent
that the complicated conventions re
garding what to do and what to avoid
at table that obtain in England do
not In any way involve that outward
expressiveness which the Englishman
abhors. He can obey them without
prejudice to his Impassivity. And this
cult of Impassireness, of self repres
sion. Is essentially Spartan that of the
Taa Orla-la of Phoenix Parle.
The origin of the name of Phoenix
park has puzzled many scholars unac
quainted with the Irish language. The
manor was called In the Irish vernacu
lar Fionn-uisge, pronounced finniske.
which signifies clear or fair water, and
which, articulated In the brief English
manner, exactly resembled the word
phcenlr. The spring or well so called
from which the park derives its
name still exists close to the Dublin en
trance of the viceregal lodge. It is
situated I In a glen beside the lower
lake and Is one of the romantic objects
of the park. London News.
'Shaaalaa la Ketlsai.
It has been said that tLe Scottish
dialect is peculiarly powerful In its
use of rowels, and the following dia
logue between a shopman and a cus
tomer has been given as a speci
men. The conversation relates to a
plaid banging at the shop door:
Customer (inquiring the material)
Shopman ay, 00 (yes, of wool).
Customer A' 00? (all wool?)
Shopman Ay, a. 00 (yes. all wool).
Customer A' ae 00? (all same wool?)
Shopman Ay. a ae 00 (yes, all same
wool). London Telegraph.
Colnmaaa Breagsl Card.
Christopher Columbus Introduced
cards into America in 1492. On the
quarter deck of the Santa Maria ha
used to play the stately game of om
bre, a favorite among princes, nobles
and courtiers, with its Spanish name,
el bombre (the man), and the Spanish
terms, spadille. manille, punto. mata
dor, basto, gano del rey and cedilla.
Aa Inexpensive Oray.
"Freddy, not another cake! You'll
"Well, ma, yon needn't to care.
There's hair mr.med'cine lef from las'
timer Chicago Record.
MASTODON FOUND IN SAND.
Skeleton o G learnt to Creature C
earthed at Atlantic CI tr.
The skeleton of some gigantic crea
ture was found by former Freeholder
Stewart Sbinn of Atlantic City while
on a gunning cruise several days ago,
says the Philadelphia Press. The re
mains were imbedded three feet be
neath the earth directly In the rear
of Atlantic City, near a locality called
Mr. Shinn was unable to dig up the
remains at once, and the other day. in
company with Captain Daniel Head
ley, he unearthed several sections of
vertebrae and brought them to Atlantic
City. They are in a remarkable state
of preservation, 13 inches in length.
40 inches in circumference" and weigh
on an average 3S pounds.
Many who have examined the bones
think they are portions of a mastodon.
Mr. Shinn expects to return and take
up the entire skeleton, which, be
Judges, Is 100 feet in length.
Yet He Waaat Stlny.
"Stinginess is one ihing and an ob
servance of excessive nicety in finan
cial details is another." said a western
man who is worth a good deal of mon
ey. "As an example I will cite a rich
old uncle I once had. lie was a mil
Honalre and not stingy, but he watched
the pennies Jike a hawk, and he was so
exacting that everybody said he was
the meanest man in the county, but he
wasn't, for he gave away $10,000 a
year In various charities that he would
not let the recipients mention.
"But to the case Iu point. One day
asked him for a nickel for car fare,
telling him I would return it when I
got some change, but I forgot all about
It. Three mouths after that it occur
red to the old gentleman to be very
nice to his five nephews and nieces,
and at Christmas four of them received
checks for $3,000 each, while mine was
for S4,0iK).05. It was Just his way,
don't you see? I owed him that nickel,
and he wanted it." Washington Star.
A.ynum'a Nomination Rejected.
Washington, June t!. The senate
has rejected the nomination of Hon.
W. It. Bynum as general appraiser at
the port of New York by a tie vote.
Veteran Wisconsin Educator Dead.
Madison, Wis..June . Colonel John
O. McMynn. one of the oldest educa
tors of Wisconsin and state superin
tendent from 184 to IStJS. died yester
day afternoon at his home here. He
was a Uaeine county man and taught
school there before the '50s and served
with distinction through the civil war.
Little Child Fatally Burned.
Owosso. Mich.. June t. The 3-year-
old daughter of Andrew McWilliams
was so badly burned that she died in a
few hours, ner clothing caught fire
from the embers of a bonfire.
Jleath of Or. Storn.
New York. June 0. Rev. Dr. Rich
ard Salter Storrs, pastor emeritus of
the Church of the Pilgrims. Brooklyn,
died at his home last night, aged 79
No Wheat Worth Harvesting.
Hortonville. Ind., June . There Is
pot in this community a single acre
of wheat worth harvesting.
Chicago Grain aud Produce.
Chicago, June 5.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
.65 I .65 .65 $ .66
-664 .67V .66 .67
.3fiV .384 .38Vs .38,4
.377 .381,4 .Z"a .38
.21Vs .21 -21V4 -21
.214 .21VI .21'
July H.2714 11.35 11.27V4 11-324
September ..11.3714 11.42 H-35 11.40
July 6.77 6.80 6.75 6. o
September .. 6.75 6.n b.2 t.-'Vs
July 6.70 6.70 6.65 6.6a
September .. 6.6j b. o.oo
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
19c oer lb: extra dairy. 1617c; pack
ing stock, 14c. Eggs Fresh stock. llc
per doz. Live poultry Turkeys. 6c per
lb; chickens, hens, 8&3c; springs. i
6.20c: ducks. 67c: geeee. 3.ooy.ou
per doz. Potatoes Fair to choice, 3iW
tie ner bu. Apples J3. 5086.00 per Drl.
Strawberries iiimuiv, i.vuta i.av per
r . . . - a- tn en aj
l lllCagO ll BIOCK.
Chicago, June 5.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
24.000. Sales ranged at I4.20a-O0 for
pigs. I4.95(&"5.17 for light. $4.955.05 for
rough packing, 15.005.17 for rrrixed
and J5.104ji.2o for heavy packing and
Cattle Estimated receipts ror the
day. 3.000. Quotations ranged at to. 45
fe..S0 for choice to extra jneeri". a.io?t
5.50 for good to choice do., $4.80g5.15 for
fair to good do.. $4.404.70 common to
medium do.. $4.30(2 4.55 butchers' steers.
S4.iO&5.50 fed western steers. 14.10ig5.00
feeding steers. S2.5064.60 cows. $3.50
10 heifers. 13.004.35 bulis and oxen.
$4.O04i 4 stag. $4.0095.00 Texas steers
and $4.oe7.00 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. 8,000. Quotations ranged at $4.50
5.50 westerns, $3.75'5.50 natfves, $5.60
7.15 western lambs, $3.35'6.7S native
lambs, and $5.006.8.00 spring lambs.
Milwaukee. June 5.
Wheat Steady: No. 1 northern. 67c;
No. 2 northern. 65i,ii&66c. Bye Steady:
No. 1. 56iie56c. Barley Steady: No.
2. 43c: sample. 4142o. Oata Steadier;
No. 2 white, 2414625c; nplee, 22
Hay Timothy. I10SJ11.
Straw 4 .Vb.
Batter Choice to fair; 14c, fresh creamery,
Hens 7e per pound
Spring chickens, tXSO per dozen.
Coal Soft. He.
Cstuie Buchers pay for corn fed steer,
4ttC&c; cows and heifers, So4c; c aires, c&
Spring Lambs 5003.50.
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