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THE AKGrTJS, THDESDAT, FEBIHJAT1X 21. 1901.
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Rock I.'jiand tjounty. ( ,
In tbe Circuit Court In Chancery.
Hiram Ruby, trutee for Katie Ruby (now
Katie Quick), Oiiye Ruby, Mary Ruby. Minnie
Kuhy and Lizzie Ruby v. Orlando M. UuDnelU
Catherine Uunnell and Mra Minnie CaU&gbaa
Foreclosure, general No. 4838
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ary. A. D. 1U01, I Khali, on Saturday, tbe
twenty-third day of March, A. U. 1901. at tbe
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Commencing at a tree standing South thirty
seven degrees (37) West 1 variation 7). Six
cbains nod sixteen ..!) links from tbe
North east corner of Section Thirty-five (35),
in Township Seventeen (IV- North of Range
One (l) West of the fourth 1 M-. thence
South thirty one and one half degrees (31 HO)
"West (variation 0 48')-eleven (11) chains
and thirty-eight (38) links: thence North
Tbi'ty-four and one-half degrees i'4 ) West
fourteen I4 chains and ixty-one )! links;
thence North eigbty-nine decrees (8SO) Kast
ten (10) chains and thirteen (13) links: thence
South fifty-eight and ooe-half (Wo degrees
East four (4) chains & eighty () Unks to the
p'ace of beginning, containicx bight & 10-100
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Valley in tbe town of Coal Valley, County of
Rock Hiand and btate of Illinois.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this tweiltb
day of February, A. U.. 1901.
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ACCUSES THE AEMY OF SAVAGEEY.
Senate Given In formation by Ieiev
and Woloott KeUtive to Hail- -way
Washington,, Feb. -21. -The house
finally iu!ol the sundry civil appro-
"priatlon bill yesterday antl vntei-otl
upon consideration of the peueral de
ficiency the last of the Rcueral appro
priation bills. Ix-ntz, an Ohio remo
trat who In this and the preriou con
jrress has vlolentlj' attacked the adrnln
istratlon, furnlshetl the sensation of
the day. He u.ed a newspaper para
graph, recounting the death of a fed
eral Jude In New Mexico who had
been a member of the legislature which
clM-ted Senator Hanna as a text for
charging . corruption in that election.
Tliis called forth a rebuke from Can
non, who declared that brave men
fought the living, and only ghouls rav
ished the tonil of tlie dead. Jrosve
nor attempted to reply, and the two
Ohionns were anxious for the fray,
but Cannon would not permit it. He
thought that if "dirty linen" was to le
washed the gentlemen should hire .1
Lents Returns to tbe Charge.
I-nter Lenta made a second onslaught
of a more sensational character and
bronght down upou himself the whole
Republican side of the house. In some
remarks about a paragraph in the bill
for payments for the apprehension of
deserters L,entz made the startling
charge that our soldiers in the Philip
pines had' buried a native alive and
had then beheaded him. and he read
a letter written, he said, by a sol
dier in the Philippines, saying that he
and his companions while on an expe
dition were ordered to shoot every man
and boast they found. I.entz said that
If these things were true the soldiers
were justified in deserting.
Got into Very Hot Water.
Cannon, Mahon , of Pennsylvania,
Grosvenor, and Moody of Massachu
setts, amid warm applause, strongly
rebuked Lentz. Cannon declared that
were I-ontz in the Philippines he would
be tried by court-martial aud shot,
Mahon said Lenta" remarks were re
vamps of the "copperhead" speeches of
forty years ago. and Moody read the
words of Lincoln that the man who
encourages a soldier to desert Is worse
than the deserter. Sherman offered an
amendment designed to prohibit haz
ing at the naval academy on penalty
of dismissal. This amendment was
pending on a point of order when the
Allen Makes Them Laugli Again.
The proceedings were enlivened by a
humorous speech made by Allen of
Mississippl."the wit of the house." in
favor of an amendment offered by htm
to appropriate $20.CMX for a fisji hatch
ery at Tupelo, Miss. Allen goes out
of congress March 4 after a service of
sixteen years, lie declared that "thou
sands and millions or unoorn nsu were
clamoring to this congress for the op-
portunity- of being born in Uupelo'
lAllen's home). Tbe amendment was
COMPARATIVE RAILWAY FIGURES
Dopew Presents Tliem as Between Europe
and This Country.
Washington, Feb. 21. The senate
spent yesterday on the postoftice ap
propriation bill, making some progress,
but not completing it. The amend
ment of Butler of North Carolina pro
posing a reduction of about 9 per cent,
in the pay for railway postal service
was defeated. 18 to 31, after a debate
in which Depew replied to. Butler'a
criticisms on the large profits unade by
American- roads. In the course of his
remarks- Butler declared that 45 per
cent, of the cost of carrying tbe 'mail
was on account of the heavy mail bags,
and that the railways used their inQu
ence to have'the bags made much
heavier than necessary.
Butler contrasted the cost of rail
way mail nay in Europe and in this
countrv to the disadvantage of the
1,'nited Stales. Depew interrupted to
eay that the wages paid by European
continental railroads was only about
one-fourth o the rate of railway wages
in this country, while tne freight rates
in this country were only a little more
than one-fourth of what they were In
"loes the senator mean." inquired
Butler, "that the American railroads
are losing money V"
"I do not mean to say tuey are los
ing money." responded Depew. "I
mean to say that If they hart anytning
like the rates charged for freight in
continental Europe they could carry
the mails free, and in addition pay a
large revenue to the government."
"No railroads In the world nave
larger profits than those of the United
States,.' asserted Butler.
"The capitalization of railroads In
Kuroite." responded Depew, "is much
larger than it is here. In fJreat Brit
ain it Is about $350,000 a mile. If that
capitalization be reduced to the avor
rge capitalization Jn the United States
you will find .that the profits of the
English roads are enormous." ,
Wolcott ald. as to European rail
roads carrying the mails free, that in
Great Britain the cost or railroad mail
transportation was little less, if any,
than it is here. In continental Europe
the government, he added, either
owned the railroads or guaranteed the
payment of the principal and interest
of their bonds, and of 5 to H per cent,
dividends on their stock, whether they
earned It or not.
Late in the day a sharp controversy
on the pneumatic -tube question was
precipitated by an amendment offered
by Mason extending that service in
Chicago, and one by Vest extending it
to Ft. Louis. Hale severely criticised
those promoting the system referring
to a "job and lobby." When he made
a point of order that a committee had
not passed on the amendment the ad
vocates of the extension quickly cir
culated a call for a meeting of the com
mittee en postoffices and the session
closed with Wolcott's.anuounceinent.of
the committee meeting in response to
the imperative demands made on him.
. r : Olivet Girls tn'Trouble. ,
Olivet, Mich., Feb. 21. -Two Olivet
college couples have been suspended
for overstepping the social privileges.
On. several eveuings1 recently these
young folks started out ostensibly to
attend college entertainments. They
did not reach their supposed destina
tions, however, but spent the evenings
more-pleasantly, baskiug in the sun
shine of one another's presence.
NEWS FACTS I OUTLINE "
The pope is in excellent health, and
not. in. the hands of his doctors, as
President Harper has forbidden the
University of Chicago music dubs to
make their proposed opera tour in the
Forging the name of W. II. McCor
mick a swindler has lcen fleecing
farmers near Mattoon, Ills.
Charles Bead, a Chicago postofficc
clerk, has admitted stealing money
ffoni letters. ; :
Seeking to dodge a shower of snow
Is, Morris Sampson. 11 years old, was
killed by a team of horses at Chicago.
It Is reported In Brussels that Amer
ican and European financiers have
formed a grcat combine to control
Lavinia H. Van Westervelt Demp
sey, "Queen of the Holland Dames,"
forfeited her ttond in New York and a
lH'iich warrant for her arrest was is
sued. . Auother force of Filipino Insurgents
will soon be deported to the Island of
W. T. Stead says Ilussia doesn't
mean any harm by meeting our coun
tervaling duties as she has done in the
The three-story brick building at
Cleveland, in which John D. Rockefel
ler started in the oil business, has been
burned to the ground.
Eight bodies have been recovered
from the Union colliery at Cumberland,
B. C. All ,died by gas. . ...
Daniel Nation, Carrie's husband, over
Ms own signature says he Indorses his
wife's recent actions.
. It is stated at Chicago that The
Evening Post has been sold to a syn
dicate. ' ' "'"
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, 'Feb. 20.
Following were the quotation on the
Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
February .13 -74'4 ? .737g ) .T44
March 744 .74 .74V4
May - .75 .76g . .75 .76 .
March SSTs .394 .38T, .39
May 40 .401 .40 .40
May 25l .25 .25 .25
May 14.10 14.15 14.07Va 14.10
May 7.474 7.52Vi 7.47 7.52
July .'...7.52V 7.60 ioVi 7.60
September .. 7.60 7.67'4 7.60 7.60
May ......... 7.10 7.10 7.97V& 7.10
September .. 7.20 7.22Vi 7.20 7.22V4
Produce; : Butter Extra- creamery,
21c per lb; extra dairy. JSc: packing
stock. HllVsC. Egss Fresh stock, I8V2C
per dost. Pressed Poultry Choice tur
keys, KMiC per lb: . chickens, 88Vc;
ducks, 1010Vic; greeee. SQ)86c. Potatoes
Fair to choice, 40'42c per busheU Ap
ples Common to choice, $1.5004.50 per
brl. Cranberris Cape Cod. $7.0O8.O0
per brl: bell and buzle. S8.50.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Feb. 20.
Hx?s Estimated receipts for the day,
33,000; sates ranged at 4.855.30 for
pigs. J5.205.42Vi for light. J5.205.30 for
roug-h packing. $5.255.45 for mixed, and
J5.325.4i for heavy packnr and ship
prrtsr Kt, with the bulk of the sales at
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day ,11,500; quotations ranged at $.".60!
6.90 for choice to extra steers. $5.1005.50
good to choice do., $4.455.00 fair to
pood do.. Jt.O0fff4.55 common to medium
da, $:j.604 4.00 butchers' steers, J4.35W
5.60 fed western- . steers. $2.70 4,50
stockers a.nd feeders. $1.75ftJ4.40 cows.
$2.75"4.50 heifers. $2.5004.25 bulls and
oxen. $3.75S4.50 stags, $3.504.60 Texas
steers, and $4.50$r6.50 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipt
for the day. 12.000: quotations ranged
at $3.25g4.60 westerns. . $2.754.60 na
tives. $4.255.20 western lambs, and
$4.255.25 native lambs. . .
Kaat RarTalo Live Stock.
East Buffalo N Y.. Feb. 20.
Dunning & Stevens. Live Stock Com
mssion Merchants. East Buffalo, N. Y..
quote aa follows:. Oat tie Receipts 4
cars; tending lower for fat of butchers'
stock: god stock cattle and calves are
steady. Hogs iteceipts 12 cars: n-.gner;
yorkers. $5.10: mixed, mediums and
heavy, $5.55; pigs dull, $5.455.50. Sheep
and Lambs Receipts. 28 cars: market
stronger: top lambs. J5.45$i 5.60; others.
$3.255.40; sheep, tops mixed. $4.300
4.50: others. $2.00414.25; wethers and
St I-o 11 in Grain.
St. Louis. Feb. 20.
Wheat Higher; No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. 734c; track, 74V475Iic: May. 78
7S,c: July, 73Wc; No. 2 hard. Tl'g-Tllic.
Corn Higher: rvo. 3 cash. 39c; track,
SflVc; May. 39c; July, 39c. Oats
Higher: No. 2 cash. 2fic; track, 24g
2634c; May. 26t4c; July, 254c; No. 2
white. 28 28 -c. Rye Firm; 52c.
Milwaukee Feb. 20.
"Wheat Firm: No. 1 northern, 75V4e;
No. 2 northern. 7m74c. Rve Firm:
No. 1. 53er53V4c. Barley Dull; No-. 2.
575Sc: sample; 4nrg;5c. .Oats Firm;
No. 2 whtie, 27iia2Sc.
. Detroit Grata.
Detroit, Feb. 20.
Wheat Cash. 7c; May, Slc
Hay Timothy, $10O$12; prairie, 13410.
Butter Choice to fair, 18o; fresh creamery,
kkks 200. , -
Hens-60 per pound.
Spring Chickens tfc per pound.
Cattle Butcher pay for corn fed steers,
4cftc; cows and aelfera, Si4cfe4c; calves,
b neep 4 cs-tO.
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. Signature of
SEOUELOFA BIG SPREE
Looks Like It Might Be at Least
ive Years in the Pen
BESIDES THE FOUL MUEDEE OF DAY
Verdict In the Case of a' Minneapolis
Tragedy Merry Party and .
; Minneapolis," Feb. 21. Frank . IT.
Hamilton was declared gaiilty of ian
Klauguter 'yesterday !y a. jury which
had deliberated forty hours over the
testimony concerning the murder of
Leonard Day In the billiard room of
the Hotel West Nov. 2Ti. The verdict
came like a lightning shock to Ham-'
ilton and his' friends. The prisoner
was dazed Avith speechlessness when
the foreman anuouueed the finding,
and his lips moved silently in mute
protest as he looked despairingly at
his attorneys. The severity of the de
cision is tempered somewhat by a
recommendation for court clemency.
The penalty for manslaughter is pun
ishment for not more than twenty or
fewer than live years. After two days
ami nights of apparently futile dis
cussion the twelve men arrived at a
unanimous decision at 0:13 a. in. yes
terday, and so informed the court,
lawyer Move for a Mew Trial.
When the jury filed into the room
aud became . seated there was a si
lence deeper than that usual at such
moments over the court room. The
clerk tore the seal and opened the ver
dict. He paused long enough to ac
quaint himself with Its contents and in
the pause Hamilton learned his fate.
'We. the Jury, And the defendant,
Frank H. Hamilton, jrnilty of man
slaughter in the first degree aud rec
ommend him to the mercy of the court,
read the cleric. After the lawyers had
moved for a new trial aud Hamilton
had been remanded to await sentence
his guards helped him to his feet, aud
led him back to his cell where he de
clared to his jailer: "I do not deserve
Tragedy in High Society.
Ieonard Pay, the young: society man
who Hamilton killed, was known on
two continents as the son of old
Leonard Day, a millionairelumbermau,
who cut off his relatives in his will be
cause they objected to his marriajre
with a young girl. He left his great
fortune to his wife and son Leonard.
Hamilton Is the scion of a blue-blooded
eastern family, and was the sporting
editor of the Minneapolis Times. T'n
lil.hnlf an hour before the tragedy the
men had never met. Sunday morning.
Nov. '2t, they were introduced to each
other in the West hotel billiard room.
Ol'ARH'ir., FIGHT AM MIKDER.
Story of the Tragic Event Scene ia a
AVlne it 00 in.
As Day shook Hamilton's hand he
accused him of making a disparaging
remark about him (Pay) to Miss Caro
line Slagle, daughter of a well-known
surgeon. In a moment the men
clinched. They wore separated, but
resumed tbe quarrel again with a
struggling crowd 'around them. Sud
denly Day fell to the floor mortally
stabbed. He died in five minutes, and
Hamilton and W. ii. Bennett, a Chi
cago traveling man. kneeled on the
floor at Ihe side of the corpse and
prayed. The knife found beside Pay's
body was proved not to be Hamil
ton's property and evidence was in
troduced tending to show that It be
longed to Day.
It was contended by the defense that
Pay was killed by a random stab in
the struggle', and it was intimated, too.
that one of the society men by whom
he was accompanied had killed him to
satisfy a grudge. As nearly every
one in the billiard room had been
drinking heavily, there was difficulty
in getting clear testimony about the
Miss JSlagle was to have been a wit
ness, but was excused from giving tes
timony,'on the plea that it would in
criminate her. Other names mentioned
in connection with the case were those
of Miss (Jrace Townsend, a relative of
the Pillsbniys. ssnd Miss Keryl Good
ing, a daughter of the late W. K. Good
ing, who committed suicide lu ikane
two years ago. These young women,
in company with Pay and another
man, were in the wine room of a noted
cafe In the ciy Saturday night a few
hours prior to the killing of Pay, and
were toasting each other in compli
Suddenly Miss Townsend jumped to
her feet, glass of wine In hand, and
said: "Iyet's cat, drink and be merry,
for tomorrow we may die."
"You are wrong, Grace." spoke -up
Miss Gooding, "you should say. "Let's
drink and be merry, for tomorrow we
"Y011 are lHth wrong, girls," then
spoke Day, as fie smiled at the young
women. 'This is the toast" and he
arose and touched his glass to the
glasses of the women: "Let's eat,
drink and be merry, for tomorrow we
In a short time the young women
were put into a carriage and sent
home, and Pay and his friend went to
the West hotel, where the quarrel fol
lowed. "Mrs. Pay, the mother of the young
millionaire, has lived with her son at
the West hotel ever since the death ofi
her husband, by an accident, six years
ago. She was not told that her son
was dead the morniug of the tragedy,
as she is an invalid, aud St was feared
the shock would be too much for her.
The news was broken by degrees. For
a time "she endeavored to have the
pro5cntion of Hamilton stopped.
(ien. Brags Celebrates a Iay.
Fond du Lac. Wis., Feb. 21. Gen
eral K. S. Uracg. the old commander
ot the Iron : Brigade, celebrated hi
T4tb birthday at his home here yester
day. ''.-.The Iron Brigade association
made a pilgrimage to the . general's
home '10 greet their chief and wish
him many more happy years. The dele
gation from Milwaukee was headed by
Governor Wheeler, of- the Soldier'
Home; "Doc" Aubrey and others. .
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to the world's greatest scientists to
be necessary in the diagnoses and
and, cure of catarrhal, rheumatior
nervous or lingering diseases. Not
one physician in a thousand possesses
such facilities. It is to these appli
ances, new remedies an4 new meth
ods, together with fifteen years of ex
perience in college and hospital worK
that many of their remarkable cures
have been attributed.
No matter if your case nas been pro
nounced incurable, call and see them;
it can do you no - harm. V Science is
advancing, you may yet find : a cure.
If your case is hopeless they will not
Consultation and examination free
205 West Third St., Davenport
7 to 8 p. m. Sundays 9 to 12 a. m.