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THE ABGTJS. FBIDAT. AUGUST 3." 190O.
7k n m t i ?R
McC'ASKRIN & McCASKRIN.
A ttorneys at Law.
Rock Inland and MUtn. Rock Island office
ever Krell St Math s store. Milan office on
H. C. COSfcXT. B. D. OOSXXLAT.
C05WCLLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. 'Office over Thorns' drug
store, corner or beccma avenue ana octcu
teentb street.' - J-
JACKSON & HURST.
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Island National Bank Building.
WM. L. WIXH.VB. ROBERT. K. KIT SOU.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 17V5 becooa arenue. Jiuiura
B. l. KWEEHET. 4 C. I. WALK EH
SWEENEY & WALKER.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengston block.
C. J. SKA B LB.
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENlRY & McENIRY.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on gar A security: make collec
tions Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, bankers.
Office, Ml ten ell A I.yide building-.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney of Rook Island.
Mitchell Lynde building.
V. II. FIRST, M. D.
Pbyviclan and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 117. Office. 3tM Twentieth
street. Office hours: lo to 12 a m.; 2 to 4 and
to p.m. Sunday. 8:30 to::t0 x m.; 130 to
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of ee. ear. nose and
throat. Office bouni-0:3 to 1- a. m., 1 to 4 p
m. til Six eeoth street. Kock Island.
J. K BCBKilAKT. V. I.
UHH. HAIM M. BCRKHAKT, U. D.
DRS. BURKHART & BURKUART,
Office Tremann block. Off oe hours 8 to 12 a.
to.. I to f anil 7 to W p. ib. 1'hoDe Nw Rock
Inland. 111. Night calls answered from omce.
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
I'hysleian and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours. 0 to 11a.m.
I to 4 p. m. and 7 to p m. Night calls from
oftloe. i'htne 4 '4.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
An diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principle. Surgical operations per
formed la a scientific manner, Dogs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence.
MM) Fourth avenue. Telephone 0rtl. Office
and Infirmary. ' 1813 Third avenue Negus'
I very barn.
DR. 11. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment of
nervlxus. private and all chronic diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. ! to 4. 6 to 8. Sundays 10 to
It. Harrison and Seeond streets, opposite
new lioston store.
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
Office. Harper House Pharmacy,
calls phone 4381.
DR. A. L. THOMPSON.
Psycho Magnetic Healer.
Chroolo diseases. Functional disorders, all
nervous and mental troubles can be cured
Hours W to It: 1:30 to 6 and 7:30 to 9 XL 1907
Fourti avenue, between Nineteenth and
DR. H. G. TRENT.
Office Hours: to IS; t to S. Y. M. C. A.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store.
Offlea hoars from I to IX a. m. aad 1 to 9 p. m
J. T. TAYLOR.
Offlee hours 990 to 11 a. m.. 1:10 to 8:00 p. m
IIH BUbtenth street. Oppoaltfl Union office
DRACK & KERNS.
Architects and Superintendent.
Skinner Block. Seeood Boor.
-. HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cat Flower and Designs of ail Kinds.
City store, 11V7 Second avenue. Telephone
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
"HICAQO. ROCK ISLAND
v Paeine Railway Tickets
ean te purcnaaea or baggage
cheeked aiRL P. Twentieth
street depot, or C. K. L A P.
depot, comer Fifth avenue and
Thirty-first street. Frank H Plummer. Agent.
I BAS-T. WBWT.
Denver Limited A Omaha... ,t 1:10
Ft. Worth. Denver sK.C..t 6:06
Minneapolis t 8:60
Omaha and Des Moines It 8:00
rOmaha A Minneapolis. ....i12:0S
Omaha A Lincoln Ex I 7:55
(Denver, Lincoln & Omaha. 'MAS
Bender. Lincoln A Omaha.. 3:05
Des Moines Express ';12:10
Sock Isiand A Bureau Ac. f 4:30
ami f am
am 10:35 pm
b " wj pm
ami 1:00 am
pmit 0:35 am
amt 3:05 am
O pm: 6:30 pm
St. t-aai s. Minneapolis. , 3Vn
Denver. Ft. Worth A K CJ 5:00
(Kansas City. St Joe A Dnvr 11:10
tRock Island A Washington "1 1 o
mm v.k pm
pm 3: S3 pm
pin J 3:45 pm
em't 7:40 am
Chicago A Des Moines. .. if 2:15
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ac 5:35
(Omaha A Rock Lsland... .:!
(Chicago. A Davenport I
It 7:00 pm
Arrival. Departure. t Dally, except Sun
Dally except Saturday. All others dally. Tel
TJOCK ISLAND A PEORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson. General Fasten
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave u., n L & r. (mo
lice avenue) depot Bve (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. L L. Cioff, Agent.
I LSAVS. I AHUIVB
Spr'gCeid, Cincinnati, Peo
Peoria. Springfield, St. L
St. Lou..i Express
Peoria. Springtleld, Cincin
nati 10:20 pm
1:45 pm! 11:15 am
7 00 pm' IXo am
Peoria Accom Freight
Cable A Sherrard Accom.. I
Cable A Sberrard Accom..
Oable A Sberrard Accom. . '
Trains marked daily: all other trains dally
except Sunday. The 8:45 p. m. tra'n carries
tnrougn sleeper to St. ioals, arriving there
7 J2& a. m.
BT. rAUL railway Ra
cine A Southwestern Division
Depot Tweutl;rn street.
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
LEA V S. I ARRIVB.
Mail and Express...
3t. Paul Express....
Freight and aooom .
7:30 ami 11:3" am
7:15 pm r.55 pm
r-.iti pm 10:i am
leaving at 7:45 p ax. carries tbrouirh sleeper,
arriving at St. Paul 7:45 a. m and Minneapolis
at H:M a. m.
11URLINGTON ROUTE C .
A Q. RAILWAY Dept t
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. YOUNG,
I l.tAVB AHHIVB
it. L. Springfield. I'eorl.i i
Bur. Quln via Monmouth 8:66 am 7:15 pm
Chicago. Sterling, Clinton A!
Pubuaue T T.a am T b:w pm
P,nrl& Herdstown. Bur I
UnKton. Denver and west t 2:40 pm
it. Paul A Minneapolis 7:50 pm
Sterllnr, Clinton A Dubuque 7:60 pm
3k Lu. Kans C. Denver A I
t 8:40 am
Pao. coast via Uaiesburg. 7:l pm
Dally, t Dally except Sunday.
T) AVENPORT, ROCK ISL
and A Northwestern rail
way ("The Tri City R ute." )
Passenrer station at Kock
Island A Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. F. Ber
ry. O. P. A.. Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket otnee, 14
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
Clinton. Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton. Chicago. Omaha.
lenver. Rockford, Janes-
vlUe. Madison (leave Dav
enport.. Clinton. Cblcaeo. D!i"n.
Sterling tar Davenport-.
Clinton. omaha. Sioux City.
Utah and l'acinc uoast
Clinton. Stcling, l.lxon.
Chicago. Cedar RapUs,
Clinton Chicago. Janes-
ville. MaoiscU. Kockford.
Clinton. Ienver. Cmaha.
Trains marked dally.
All othersMally ex-
Sest Dining Car Service.
Davenport, Rock Island
' Tri City Route, short line be
tween Tri-Ciiies, Chicago,
Clinton and all points ria
thi C, 4 N. W. railway.
DEPABT FROM BOCK ISLAKD
No. S D Clinton. Sterling. Dixon, Chi
cago. HI g;oo a m
No. 4 B (Start from Davenport) Clin
ton: Omaha. Neb.: Denver. CoL; Chi
cago. Heividere. Hoe ford. 111.;
Jane-ivlile Wis . and Madison, Wis . . 12:03 p m
No. D Clinton. Sterling. Dtxn. Chi
cago. I'L: Cedar Kapids and Ana
moaa. Iowa 12 pm
No. 8 B Clinton; Omaha. Neb.: Stoux
City. Iowa; Utah and Pacific Coast
ABBIVB AT BOCK ISUtBa
So. 1 D Sioux City and Omaha. Neb.;
CUiitoa. T:45 p m
No. D Chicaf o. 111.: Madisoo and
Jaaesviile. Wis.: Rockford. Bel ri
de re. Ill : Clinton 1:45 p m
No 6 B Chicago. Dixon. Sterling. IiL;
Denver, CoL: Omaha. Neb.; Cedar
Rapids, Cl-.nton. Iowa.. 7:00 p m
No. B Chicago. Dixon. Sterting. EL:
CTiilffll ( Arrlws tt Darenvmi !0-l J m
D Daily, B Daily, exeept Sunday.
Pasoenger station at R., LAP.
depot, foot of Twentieth street.
L. F. BERRY. G. P. A.. Daren port.
..GEORGE W. WOOD, Agent.
if l8iaJJ3 S
Report of the Military Court of In
quiry into the Evening
TOUR OF DUTY 102 1900 IS CLOSED
Sad Story-a Baptist Preacher Had to
Tell His Flock Still Balloting
SpYingfifcld. Ills., Aug. 3. The court
of inquiry that Investigated the Camp
Lincoln explosion is holding back its
report awaiting the development of
twelve camera plates. The camera be
longed to one of the Injured men. and
it la possible it was focused when the
explosion occurred. All the oral testi
mony conflicts, and the report that
trooirs are srtiilty and will be arrested
la officially denied. No implication of
trullty parties nor revelation of the
cause of the accident ha been derived
front the testimony. The report will
show the powder bag contained an
amount greater than the usual charge.
Stood in Front with at Camera.
At'tne time of the explosion Private
Sharp, of the signal corps, stood in
front of the cannon with a camera con
taining twelve plates. lie was severely
burned, but the camera which was
picked up several feet away was unln
Jured. An attempt will be made to de
velop the plates and a photograph of
the explosion may be discovered, and
may aid in solving the mystery.
Trouble in the Sijrnal Corps.
Lieutenant I). X. Williams, com
manding the Chicago section of the sig
nal corps, and several privates, were
placed under arrest by orders of Lieu
tenant Harrington, commanding, for
interfering in the election of captain
of the corps. Ten men of the corps
were given a preliminary court-martial
for apiearlEg as members of the corps
under assumed names. Ihe excitement
was intense. Cannon fire crackers
were fired in camp at 1 o'clock this
morning, causing a commotion in all
Close of the Encampment
Governor Tanner returned home and
reviewed the troops yesterday after
noon. The entire post command was
drawn up in the review. The govern
or entertained at general headquarters
last night. Larly this morning all
troops departed and general headquar
ters closed last night, thus closing the
OAVK HIS BHKTHKKN A SHOCK.
When the Preacher Made Announcement
of Iomellc Infelicity.
Pana, Ills., Aug. 3. Ilev. Query, for
nine years pastor of the Baptist church
at Honey .Uend, startled his congrega
tion 'Weduesday night by announcing
that for eighteen years no love had
existed between himself and his wife.
and that they had finally decided to
separate. He asked the church to ac
cept his resignation as its pastor, de
claring that he had been warned in a
dream to take this steo.
An affecting scene followed in which
tears of the faithful of the congrega
tion were mingled with those of' the
unhappy parson. In the division of
proierty Mrs. Query was awarded a
house and lot at Ilaymond, the family
horse and buggy and M.o In money.
The minister contented himself with a
bedstead and a shotgun. Query is over
50 years old.
Kepublicatis Srnrt the Music.
Chicago. Aug. 3. Judge Yates was
the principal speaker at a meeting at
the Auditorium held underthe auspices
of the ates Veteran association. Men
who served In the ranks during the
period that ICR-hard Yates, the father
of the nominee, was war governor of
Illinois, occupied the stage and gave
the son a rousing welcome. It was
the first shot of the campaign in the
state. Senator Cullom. (Jovenior Tan
ner and many of the state, congres
sional and county candidates occupied
Twn Birds with One Sione.
Chicago, Aug. 3. Miss Nola Ma-
honey. 19 years old, 3140 Ithodcs ave
nue, was snot and senouslv wounded
while sitting In the kitchen of her
apartments by Lawrence Keating, a
14-year-old boy living at 3143 Vernon
avenue. The shooting was accidental.
Young Keating was firing a 2J-caliber
rifle at a tin can on. the back fence at
the time. The bullet passed through
the can and entered the back window
of Miss Mahoney residcuce.
Thought to Have Suicided.
Chicago. Aug. 3. Because he lost his
position at the Transit House and
failed to pass the engineer's examina
tion at the city hall Tuesday. Frank
Elder left homo pnd friends and has
not been heard from since. He disap
peared at 1 o'clock Tuesday night. leav
ing a wife, and dying baby. 9 months
old. He was despondent over his ill-
One of the most danger
ous and repulsive
Fj forms of Kidney
WST Disease is
Pills are the only
certain cure. In Dropsy U
the Kidnevs are actually JL
dammed up, and the water.
which should be expelled in the
form of urine, flows back and
lodges in the cells of the flesh
and puffs out the skin. Remove
the filth which plugs up the
drain. Restore the Kidneys to
health. There is only one Kidney
fortune, and is thought to bare "killed
himself. .He was 22 years old.
GUstt to rise We at Bedding-.
Abingdon, Ills.. Aug. 3. The board
of trustees of Hedding college has
elected Dr. U. Z. Gilmer, of Pana. Ills.
president and Charles G. Simpson, of
Mt. Vernon, la., to the chair of math
ematics. Dr. Gilmer was formerly
connected with the college. The reports
showed the college in the best financial
Octogenarian Drops Deed.
Freeport. Ills., Aug. 3. Captain J. J.
pierson. an ex-sheriff of this county.
who Has been making nis Lome at
Ravenswood. Ills., dropped dead at
Taylor's park yesterday afternoon. He
was widely known in G. A. R. circles.
His age was SI years.
Chicago Holds tha Record.
Chicago. Aug. 3. Mrs. Jeanette
Irene Leeds, wife of millionaire Will
iam B. Leeds obtained a decree of dl
vorce from her husttand in Judge
Bishop's court Wednesday within thir
ty minutes of the filing of the bill. De
sertion was alleged.
Deadlock Keeps Its Grip.
Jacksonville. Ills., Aug. 3. The dead
lock in the Sixteenth district Demo
crat!? convention continues and 400
ballots were taken yesterday without a
nomination. The total of ballets cast
SHAH'S WOULD BE ASSASSIN
Continued from First page.
rourt nnvsician wno met tne nrst enui
inal advance. It was he who seized the
individual by the wrist and arrested
the movement of aggression for a suf
ficient tin.e to allow the pistol to be
knocked from tb easasilant s band
Asamain Calls for Help in Vain.
The pistol carried by the would-bo
murderer was of the bulldog type. load
ed with five cartridges. When the po
lice seized the man he tried to break
awav and cried: "Vive! children! peo
ple." An officer tried to stop him, but
he shouted: "To my assistance,
friends."- Then he quieted down and
submitted. When a knife was found
on his person an officer remarked:
"You also had a knife." to which the
man replied: "Yes; I took some pre
"Why did you attempt to assassinate
the shah?" the officer asked. "Be
cause." was the reply, "it pleased me.
That does not concern you." To all
other Questions the prisoner remained
dumb, and his identity Is not yet es
INTERVIEW WITH THE SHAH.
He Seems to Get at the Meat of the Hat
ter Pretty Quickly.
Paris, Aug. 3. Mlrza Mezam de
Gaffary, Persian minister of public
works, gives In an interview the per
sonal impressions of the shah on the
outrage committed against his majes
ty. Like all Mohammedans, said the
minister, the shah is a fatalist; hence
the remarkable coolness with which he
treated the whole affair. He Is sim
ply astonished. "If the assassin has
rot succeeded in killing me." said the
shah, "It is that my hour has not yet
come. God is great."
To another personage the shah said:
"Why do criminals trouble meV I am
a traveler and entirely irresponsible for
the politics of the state through which
I pass." After a moment's reflection
he added: "This, undoubtedly, is a kind
of plot against chiefs of. state. After
the assassination of the king of Italy
they threatened the kaiser and then at
tempted to kill me. However, I know
that a large majority of the French
people love me. I had proof of their
affection ntContrexeville, as well as at
Paris; and only just now the crowtl
would have torn my aggressor to pieces
without the intervention of the po
lice." The shah proceeded to praise the
Paris police. On receipt of a photo
graph of his assailant, his majesty
looked at it for a longtime, murmuring
"Why me. why me!" at the same time
shrugging his shoulders.
The letter received by the shah a
short time before the attempt was
made to assissinate him was as fol
lows: "I think fit to warn you that an
attempt will be made against your life
during your stay in Paris. I am a
member of an anarchist association
meeting at No. 5 Piazza di Naples,
which has decided upon your death. If
I warn you it Is because feelings of
humanity get the better of my desire
for vengeance on sovereigns and poten
tates. I confide tills letter to one of
my friends who leaves for Paris, and
who on his arrival will immediately
IoRt It. . 1 add. in conclusion, that he
who is chosen to kill you is a friend
of he who killed the king of Italy."
ASSASSINATION- OF HTM BERT.
Itesult of a I'lot That Was Formed la the
Rome, Aug. 3. Bresci, the assassin
of King Humbert, is said to remain
Indifferent and contumacious, rejoic
ing over the, success of his crime, and
declaring that the next to die will bj
the czar. As he said this before the
attempt on the shah it would seem
that his pals changed the programme.
II Corriere Delhi Italia says the po
lice have discovered that a huge plot
was formed in America to murder
King Humbert, and that his assassina
tion was to lw followed by similar
crimes throughout Europe. Another
discovery is that Bresci last Sunday
entered the royal chapel of the villa
during mass, evidently with the inten
tion of assassinating IJambert if he
A man suspected of being an ac
complice of Bresci was arrested
Wednesday at a railvway station here.
He had recently arrived from the Unit
ed States, and will be sent to Monza
Notwithstanding the most thorough
starch the will of Kin? Humbert has
aot yet been found. Count Bram'tUla
has arrived in Rome to continue the
vare-h. which is retarding the amugc
'jwnts for the fnneral. . i
King BsBbert'i Remains.
Monza. An jr. S The remains of
King Humbert were today placed in
a casket of walnut. The ceremony.
which took place ia the presence of
the royal family, was very touching.
Mora Facilities for Farmers.
Washington. 'Aug. 3. The postoffice
department has established rural free
delivery service to begin Ane. 18 at
Cambridge. III., and Westfej. Wla,
THEY HAD A TIKE OP IT.
But They "Oot There, and Now It Is Pre-
saiaahlo They Are Happy.
Jacksonville, Lid Aug. 3. John W.
Clem mens eloped at 2 a. m. yesterday
with Miss Florence Jackson.of Bridge
port, Ind. Muddy Fork Creek, which
the couple had to ford to reach the
home of Magistrate Coombs, was bank
ful from rains, and when Clemmons
waded in he was swept away and had
to swim for his life. He finally gained
the bank and found Miss Jackson
who could not Bee him for the dark
Putting her on his shoulders he car
ried her across the creek, although
they were both In danger of drownin
at any moment. Magistrate Coombs
married the couple with their clothes
still dripping, and then they went to
the home of a farmer friend of Clem
mons to borrow dry clothing. The
farmer suspected burglars and fired
on Clemmons. but missed him. Mrs
Clemmons screamed and the farmer
recognized his callers. He gave them
dry apparel and just as the sun rose
served them a wedding breakfast
YELLOW rEVES AT TAMPA,
Two Cases Developed While the Infection
Is Thought General.
Key West, Fla.. Aug. 3. Dr. J.N Y
Porter, Florida state health officer.
who Is now In this city, received yes
terday from Dr. Weedon, niedical rep
resentative of the board at Tampa
a message announcing two cases cf
yellow fever in that city and saying
that he believed the infection to be
Dr. Porter at once wired Dr. Wee
don to plaoe quarantine restrictions on
all travel to and from Tampa until
his arrival there. Dr. Porter also wired
his secretary in Jacksonville to notify
the state health officers of the South
Gulf coast and all railroad agents be
tween Jacksonville and Tampa. It Is
believed that the disease can be kept
confined to Tampju
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE
It Is said at New York that Anarchist
Berkman's friends dug that Pittsburg
The British forces have routed an
other large army of Ashantis in West
The census office announced the
population of Louisville, Ky., as 204,
7SI, an increase of 43,002 over the
census of 1S90.
The Prince of Wales, the Duke of
York, and the Duke of Connaught
have gone to Coburg to attend the fu
neral of the late Duke of Saxe-Coburg.
Frederick Bell, a London boy aged
9, committed suicide because he was
told to wash his face.
King Alexander of Servla will be
married Sunday In Belgrade
Five persons were bitten at Chicago
by a Newfoundland dog apparently af
flicted with rabies.
An earthquake la Utah did much
damage to mines In the Tintic district.
Four masked men robbed Johu
Moore of $400 near Toledo, O., and
then set him on fire.
Edward L. Dwyer, once a wealthy
grain speculator and husband of the
Duchess of Castellucia, has been driven
by poverty to enlist in the uiai-iu
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chlcaeo, Aug. 2.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board or traae ioaay:
WhMt Ooen. Hish. Low. Close,
August -T4?s .74 .73 $ .73
September .. .73Ms .75 .4 .4
Artober 76 .76 . .toft
August 37 .37 .37 .ZT
Senterrher .. .38 .3S .ZtVg .3.3
October 37 .37U -36 .36;,
A, ..rust 20. .20?k .20 .20
September .. .21 .2H, .21 .21V4
October 21V4 -21? -21
September ..11.95 12.80 11.93 12.20
October 12.00 1Z.2ZV 12.00 12.1a
Semember .. 6.83 6.92' 6.85 6.87V5
October 6.87 -93 6.S74 6.92
January 6.72 6.77& 6.7Jli 6.u
September .. 7.07V 7.17 7.07', 7.17Va
Orrolwr 7.05 7.1o i.Oj i.l;
January 610 6.12
Butter: Produce Extra creamery.
19c ner lb: extra dairy, lV4wl7c: pat-k
ine stock. 14c. Kjrgs Fresh stock. HVi
&12c per dor. Live poultry Turkeys,
6u,(H7c rer lb: chickens, hene, S'-ic;
springs, 10gllc: ducks, 7V4c; springs.
9(gl0c; geese, J3.50I&6.00 per doz. New
potatoes Early Ohio, 324f35c pr bu.
N'dw aoolef I2.003.i0 per brl. Black
berries 5OW90c per 16-qt cane.
Chicago Live stock.
Estimated receipts for the day.
19 000. Sales ranged at 14.50-55.30 for
pig9. ".30t;5.5O for llffht. $4.93'g5.15 for
routrh packing. lo.lS'&o.SO for mixed and
15.20&5.45 for heavy packing and ship
nine lots. Bulk eales at $5.255.40.
Cattlf Estimated receipt for the
riav 6.500. Quotations ranged at Jj.60?
fioo fore hoice to extra steers. $5.25?
5.60 for go.xl to choice do.. $4.90ir5.35 for
fair to (rood do.. i4.tt.M common lo
mlium do.. J.4ow.k Duicnerar steers
J 1.80 5.50 fvd estern steers, $4.OO&4.0
feeding steers. cows, ij.jui)
3.10 heifers. S2.75&4.50 buls and oxen.
i4.00??4.?0 stags. J3.Sv.".00 Texas Bttcis
and 4.504iB..o vfai caives.
Sheen Estimated receipts- ror ifie
day. 8.000. Quotations ranged at 13.-0
0 4.60 westerns. $2.754.7o natives. ?4.iU
(z.6.10 est fin lambs, and J4.5ygS.15 na
Milwaukee, Aug. 2.
Wheat Steady: No. 1 northern. 76
677c: No. 2 northern, HH.iViC. Rye
Lower; No. 1. 53c Barley Steady: No.
2. 4950c; amrle. 40&4Sc. Oats Low;
er; No. 2, 2i26V4c.
Com ?oJ?, 1VS.
Oats Kes S4c. nil 29a.
Hv TunotbT,7; prairie, M to IS.
VJutter Choice to fair. 19e: freak creamery.
Kg ITS IOC
Hens la per pound-
Sprtnr caicke&a, U-SOQtS per dozen.
CatUe Butchers pay for corn fed steers.
4V(S5c; cows aad hellers, Io4e; ealvea, 4oQ
Sheep una H-
B prln Lsrcbs 2 5C243 50.
CASTOR I A
Jor Infant! and Children.
Xtz lizi Yea Kara AIzsjs E::gb!
114 W. Sadat. Si UWTU?
nsSaai n il i aTaT 1. -
Mark Down Sale
Bona-fide reductions on ladies' suits, shirt
waists, skirls, wrappers and millinery, all this
season's goods. We can only quote a few for
want of space. These values must be seen to
69c and 75c white jumbo
straw sailors on sale
1 and $1.25 white straw
sailors on sale for 59 C
$1.50 and $2 split straw
Milan sailors for Q9C
Children's 25c ribbon,
trimmed school hats for I0c
Children's crinkled edge
leghorns in black, red
and nary, 25c kind for. J0c
Halt Price Sale of Uu
trimmed Straw Hats
Pick out any untrimiued
straw hat or ilower that yeu
want and pay exactly half what
it is marked and it is vours.
Trimmed Hats at $1.50,
$2, $3, f4 and $5.
If you can find one hat in
our entire stock that is not
worth from 50 to 100 per cent
more than wn ask you for it. we
will give it to you.
114 West Second Street,
All Paint Looks Alike
IN THE CAN.
It's after the spreading the
MOUND CITY CO.'S
Horse Shoe Brand
is strictly pure and there
fore costs more per gallon
than the cheap kind, but
spreads further and lasts
longer the cheapest in the
end. for SALE BY
Dealer in Hardware. Stoves.Tlnwsrs, sic
Mound Cltv Psint and Oreoa Vsrnish.
Hound City Paints ibtoiutaly guaranteed.
Hotlea of Pnblicatlon Chancery
State of Illinois. 1
County of Bock Island, f
la tne circuit court. Seotember term. A. D.
Mary J. Melvln vs. George L. Melvln. In chsn
Affldavlt of the n on -residence of Georre
L. Melvln. tbe defendant above named, bav
ins been rued In tbe office of tbe clerk of said
circuit court of Rock Island county, no
tice is bereny given to tbe said non-resident
defendant, that tbe complainant ban tiled ber
diu 01 eommaiot in nam court. on toe cnaneerv
side tbereof. on tbe l?tb dy of July IA. D.
ana mat a summons tnereupon is.uea out
of said rourt against said defendant, returna-
meontneittn a ay 01 eptemoer A. 13. lvw,
as Is by law required. 1
How. therefore, unless vou. the said Geora-e
aaeivio. snau personally oe ana appear Defora
tbe said circuit court of Kock Inland county, on
tbe first day of the next term tbereof. to be
bolden at tbe court bouse in tbe elty of Rock
Island. In said county, on tbe 17th day of Sep-
vemoer a. u. iwuu. ana pieaa. answeror aemur
to tbe said complainant's bill of cotnDlaint.
tbe same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated wui betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered against yon aooorxllcg to
tbe prayer of saU bill.
in testimony whereof. 1 nave nereunto set
my band and affixed tbe seaj of said court, at
my offlee in Kock Island, this 17th day of July,
A. V. IMt UHllil W . IIASSLK. 1ierK.
July 17. A. P. 1800.
btate of Frederick Rlx. deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed
zeeutor 01 tne last wui and testa
ment or rreoeno rax, lata of tbe
eounty of Hock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby fire notice that be will
appear nerore tne county court of Rock
Ialaod county, at tbe county court room, la
tbe elty of Bock Island, at tbe September term,
on tbe first Monday la September next, at
which time ail peraoos barlnc claims aalnat
said estate are notified and requested to at-
teno. lor ue Durcuae 01 stflac Ute aame ad
An persona Indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment to
Dattd ibis Sftli dsy of Jane. A. D. 1(00.
A. B. Lubui, Executor.
Ladies' 69c calico wrap
pers for -4&C
Ladies' o9c tlounce, bot
tom calico wrappers
Ladies' $1.25 flounce
bottom braid trimmed
calico wrappers for... 75c
$1.50 figured brilliantlne
skirts for 99c
$2 plaid skirts, percaline
lined for $1.48
$2.98 figured brilliantlne
skirts for .99
$4 appliqued serge skirts
$5.98 crepon skirts for.. J,Q8
$8 50 silk blistered cre
pon skirts for 5.98
50a and 69c waists 25C
$1 and $1.25 waists S0C
$1.50 and $1 09 waists. . . 75c
$1.75 and $2.00 waists. . $1.00
$12.50 and $15 suits. . .$7,50
$20 and $25 suits 11.98
Notice of Publication In Chancery .
State of Illinois. 1
Rook Island County, I Ha
la the Circuit Court of said Rock Island
county. In chsncery.
Kock IslaDd I'low company, complainant,
vs. Ada Hmltb, Arthur smith. Myrtle Uen.ler,
Hazel Hensler, Thomas Moore, George Moore,
Moore, wife of said Ueunte Moore, anil
tbe unknown owners of the undivided one
tenth part of lot seven (7), in block four (4).
In tht part of tbe city of nook Island In the
county of Rock Island and Mtate of Illinois,
known and described as the Cbicairo or Ixiwt
addition to said city of Kock Inland, defend
To Ada Smith, Arthur Smith, Hazel Hea'let.
Thomas Meote, CJeorge Moore. Moore,
wife of said tieorge Moore and the unknown
owners of theundlvlded one-tmtb part oi lot
seven (7). in block four (4), In tht part of the
city of Itock Island, in the county or Kock 1,1
and and mate of Illinois, known and described
as tbe Cblcsvo or Lower addition to Haid cltv
of Kock Island, defendants In the ubove en
titled suit and each and every one of them.
Notice Is hereby given that the above rntltled
suit is now pending in said court und that sum
mons has been isued against you therein:
Now, unless you tboil persooa ly be and ap
pear before the said court on tbe first day of
the next term thereof, to be boldrn In tun
court bouse la the city of Kock Inland. In
tbe county of Rock Island, stte of
Illinois, on the third Monday of Sep
tember next, to which time and place said
summons is made - returnable, and eii'pt.
plead, answer or demur to tbe bill of complaint
In said suit filed, that the same will be taken
for confessed as against you and decree enter
Dated at Kock Island 1 1 , this 12th day of July,
A. U. 1000.
Uborom W. Oambi.s. Clerk of Raid Court.
liKNHTCrHTis, Solicitor for Complalnunt.
S Art AL A
Island &. Pe
July 26, August 1 and Au-j
0 LIMIT IS DAYS N
Call at K. I & P. Ticket of- W
$ See or address M. A. PATTElt- 3
SON, General Passenger Agent, ri
Bock Island, 111. Si
John VolR & Co.,
Builders : : :
iuo tf AircrACTCxcs or
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered ana liar a wooa .floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Doublo Strength Window
iiiAss, rous&ea riate, ttereiea
Plat and Art Glass.
811-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,