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TTTTt AUGUR. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1901
g Professional Cards.
McCASKRIN & McCASKBIN,
Attorney! t Law.
Roek Island ud MOu. Koek Iilul offlee
over Kreii Matn a atora. Milaa oOe o
m. a cokixt. a. o. oowvbixt.
CONNELLY A CONNELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Offlee orer Tnomit' drug
tore, corner of Second avenue ana Seven
JACKSON A HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee In Rock Island Natloaal Bank Bulldlnf.
VH. L LCDOLPS. BOI1BT. B. KBTBT9LM
LUDOLPH 4 REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary puDllc Itus second treoua, uuiora
B. D. SWIESBT. C U wALKBB
SWEENEY A WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellor st Law.
.Offlee In Benrston block.
C. t. IU1U, a . H1MH1LL
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Monev to loan on rood real estate security.
Mitchell A Lyria block. Rook Island, Illinois
MCENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Ixan money on rood security: make eollee
t'ona. Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, bankers.
iiir.ee, Mitcneu 6 L.yode building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Island.
Mitchell A Lyade building-.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, alio diseases of eye. ear. noae and
tnroat. iraice Hours :30 to u a. m , l to 4 p.
m. X'l Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to 4:00 and after
DR. S. 11. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases or hones and cattle treated on
approved principles. 8unrteal operations per
formed is a scientific manner. Dogs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Office and
Infirmary, Prick AKsutz s lirery bam.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over tbe Boston Sboe Store.
O flies hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 6 p m
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlee hours .J0 to II a. m.. 1 :0 to if 0 p. m
219 Eighteenth street. Opposite Union offlea
DRACK A KERNS,
Architect and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Second floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Gut Flowers and Designs of all Kin da.
city store, 1807 Second avenue. Telephone
Cawed building ston,
Ashlar and Trimmings
Tor cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. Thia
tone does not wash or color the
mil with alkali, eta. Flans sent
ns for estimates will - receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rt c t
Island on the C. B. .& Q. R. it.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any siztj desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
buildings can bo aeon at Room
No. 12. Mitchell A Lynde'a build
ARTHUR UURRALL, Manager
B J3bt Island rif Otlnne,. fll
Dont Be Fooled
Take the reawtaw, rlglaei
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA
Made enly by medlaon MsdV
ctaM Ca.. Madlsoa, Wis. I
keep yon wall. Oar f-
mark cat s eacb pskAjmps
In hulk. Aoea;: mm
m lata. AJ -r aj Mt
Thorn ss, sols agent '
"peolal Master's Vale.
JaeksoaA Burst, Attorneys.
state of Illinois, r
Rock Island, oounty.
State of Illinois,
In the Circuit fVmrt In Ctuecrf.
Tbe Bore Buildlnr and Loan Association,
Complainant, vs. HtU L. C. Vauron and U.
Kramer. CiencrtlNo 41. roreclrsure.
Notice la hereh nicn that bv virtue of
Decree of said Court entered It the above en
titled cause on the ;h Ut of July A. D . laol,
1 shall, on atunlsv tbe 31st dav of Auiuh
A. D.MMI at the hour of One O'clock In tb
afternoon, at the East door of tbe Court
nous in tbe City or Kock Island in said
uouotjoi Kock Inland, tosatisfv sail Decree.
sell at pub ic vendue to the highest bidder for
easo. mat certain parcel or I ana mustea is
tbe County of Rock 1 -land and Sta-.e of Illi
nois, known and detirnbed a fot ow tn-wli
Beginning at a point on the North Hoe of
Section tight is, Township Seventeen (17)
North of Range One ill. West of tbe Four b
I lib) Principal Meridian which Is Two hun
dred and Forty Five feet Hast of tbe
Mortn v est corner of Nonb WestWusrter I '
of tbe North EatOuarter ' of the ono
Kast Quarter ('t of (section bight (s: thence
runn dr iouih one Hundred and Seven (lu
feet to tbe North line of Ilee Avenue, as
-hown upon tbe Plat of Henderson s Addition
to South Molme, recorded upon nate Nine v
or no in rour n. or flats i tbe ttecorder
OfDce at Koek I'land. II lnois: thence running
r.ast siong tne rxnrtB line or said Hee A.eoue
four Hundred Fifteen (415) feet mure or lass
to trie Kat le of the Nor-.h West Uuarte
(') rf the Xrr.b Kist Quarter Ci) of the
wont t-ast c4 er said ec ion Klght (hi
tDerce lunmaif west slonif the north Mne o
said Section EU'bt. Four Hundred Fifteen
Mi-il feet to tbe place or bincine
D.ted at Ro-lt Island, 1 linoA th's 3,'st day
JU1V. A. I'., 1HM.
Ja ksi A. Hcrsi, Sollol.' m for Complainant
W. J Entmikix
Special Master In Cbance'y, Kock Island
county, 11 inois.
Special Master's Sale.
JacKson A Hurst. Attorneys.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County.
In tbe Circuit Court. In ehancery:
the H'Hne Uuildiae anl 1. r.tn t'sM'i'hn
Cotuplinant. vs. Jainis Downing and Its-
Pacta IX) wd in g. Ueneral No. 4l?3. Fore
Notise ts hereby given that by virtue of a
jc ;ree or saia court, entered in the above
entitled cause, on the A'.n day cf
lulv. A. U. 1901. I shall, on Saturday, the
31st day of Autcuxt, A. U. . IvOI. at
tbe hour of one o clock in the after
noon, at the tsst door of tbe Court
House. In the Cltv of Rock Island, in
said County or Rick Island, to satisfy ,aid
decree, sell at p iblio vendue to the highest
bMde for cash, th t certain parcel of land
situated In the county of Rxrk Island and
state or Illinois, known and described
lxt Aft Five (S) In lCok No. Slxtr-on Ml )
in that part of tbe City of Kock Isl .nd. known
as aid called -Cnlc ttro Ixwer A crlon "
Dated at K ck Island. Illlno s, this :tlst day
ni JUIT A. LJ.
JirKviM A Hurst, So!lclt-ors for Complainant
Special Master In Chi.cery, Htci If land
I .. ,1 I I
vuu.j. it mill.
Special Master a Sale.
Jackson & Hint. Attorneys.
State of Illlno's. i
Sock Island County, I
In the C.rcjlt Court. In Chucn,
the Home Huildioir aid Ivjan A.ocl nion.
complain ant. vs Tbomas t . O U-ien.Usfend
ant. cieuera' No. -Ii Kure.'ljaure.
Noiiee is hereby iriven thAl bv virtue of &
Decree of said Court entered In above en-
ii tied cause on tt c 8th uy of July A. u. lSiJl
I sbal. ou tilurd lue Ji.sldav uf August A
O. luoi. at the buof ooe o clock in tno after-
uoon. at the e ,s . aoor of the C urt H iuse It
tbe City of Kock Island, in siU Coualy of
iwck is ana. to sifsrr saia Oecre". e:l at
pubii s vtnoue to the hl bet bidder for cash
toa-. certain pa'Cri .r Ln3. situ.te In tbe
county or kock island and State ,.r Illinois
known and described as f .Hows, t vwlt-
Lot No Twelve IU' in li.oclt -'.. Four 4i
in Highland Park Addition to the City ot Kock
Ifeted at Rock Is'and. this 31st day of July
Js K. .N.t HCHsT.Slicltrs for C.ajp!a'nnt
W. J. K.NTRIKIM.
special Mister In Chancery R.ck Island, 1111-
Special Master's Sale.
Jackson A Huts', Attorneys.
Slut of tlllnnla I
Rock Island County, I s
In tbe Circuit Court. In i'htnrr
The Home B. ildinR 6l Loan asHociation. coin
pi -in ant. ss. Adulpb F. swenwi. Kver
ett Y. Wheelock ana Everett F. Wheel s,
Keeeiver. Uefendanis. General No.
Notice Is berebv riven tha'. bv cirtmnr
Decree of said Cour, entered In the above en
t tied cause on tbe tth div of Julv. a. U . i n
1 stia 1. on Saturday, the aist day of August.
A. D . I'.kjI. at tbe pour of One o'clock in tbe
afternoon, at the Kast D-r of tho Court
riouse in the City or Rock Island, in said
County of Kock Island, to satisfy said Decree.
sell at public vendue to tbe hirbest bidder for
ca,n inone certain parcels of Land situated in
toec-ounivor Kock IslanO. and taLofllli
nois. hnoarn and devcrieed as follows, to-wlt-
lots no Thirteen ii:i and bventeen ri7i in
Block No Six (il in that part of the Clt of
hock isiana unown ana culled Columbia Park.
Dated at Kck Island, Hunt is. this list day
oi Juiy, a. u . IWI.
JiOjx A IlCR-sT. Complainant's Soli nl tors.
W. J KXTRIIIK
Special Mas.er In Cbtncery, Hock inland
Special Master's Sale.
Jacksoa A Hurst, Attomejs.
Rtlt. nf VlltnAla J
Ro jk Island County. I s"
In the Circuit Court. In Cbancerv.
The Heme Bui ding A Loan Association, com
plainant vs Mir Andrews. George A. An
drews, Al ce Sayre, Cnar.es A. Say re. Jane
Criffln, and fieoige ti. Ur'.ffln. Defendants
General No. 4jj.. Foreclosure.
Nonce is bereov k'lven that bv virtua of a
uecree or saia court entered in the above en
titled cause oa tbe 6th day of July. A I). I'M.
i snail, on saturasy. the sist day or August.
A. D IBoi.at the hour of one o clock in the
afternoon, at tbe Kast LKur of tbe Court
House, in tbe city of IUii'X Uland. in said
Coun-y of Roek island, to aatlsfv said Decree.
sell at public vendue to the hixb'st o dder for
easb that certain parcel of Land, situate In
the County of Kock Island and State ot Illi
nois, known and described aa follows, to-wiu
Lot No. Nine I'J) in lilac It No. KJeven ill). In
that part of tbe City of Rock Island known as
cnieaeo or Lower addition.
Dated at Kock island. Illinois. th' 3lt ria.
of July. A. D. I '.nl.
Jst'KsoM it HCSST, Complainant's Solicitors.
W. J. Kn i hikiv.
Special Master In Chancery, Rock Island
State of Illinois
Roek Island County, f
In the Circuit Court of said county, to the
Bcptemoer swrm. a. it. iwoi. in chancery.
Alexander McConnell. complainant, vs. Jo
seph isims. me unitnown heirs or devisees of
Joseph rira deceased, and the unknown
owner or owners of tbe north twenty-six
and two-thirds fWS) acres of tbe east half
() ot the southwest quarter ('.4 ) of section
numberl.SU?): ana the north thirteen and
one-tbird (13',) acres of tbe east half ('.) of
tne west half m of said aoutbweot quarter
(!) of said section fifteen (15). In township
number sixteen (16) north range number
x) west or the rourtb (Ub principal merid
ian, in the ooumy of faock island and state
or Illinois, or any part thereof, defendants.
To tbe above named non resident defend
ants and eacb of them:
Affidavit of your non residence having been
tiled in tbe office of the clerk of said circuit
court, notice is hereby given to you. and to
eacb of you. that the above naved complain
itnt has filed in said court bis bill of complaint
against you on the chancery side of said
oourt, that a summons in chancery has been
issue a in saia cause against you. returnable to
the next Seotemoer term of aaid court to be
begun at d faoldcn at tbe court house Iniho
city of Kock Island. In said county and state,
beginning oa tbe third Monday in Septemler,
A. l., ltk). at wblcb time and place you will
appearand plead, answer or demur to said
bill of complaint if vou see tit.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this lflth day-;
Ul IU7 JK. U , IW,
Grorcb w. r; amble.
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
SwesDET A Walk e a. Complainant 'a belief
umwi and b-su-.triM Um bait.
rmmntm hiswrlant rmvrtru
If'Vav l'alla to Ratyn nwmm
Hl to It Touthrul ColsrT I
la-tiwiamniliuid hair luiiul
The Daily Short Story
During tb American Rpvolntion Cap
tain iieotsc allame fell In tho battle
of Long Island, but his crave could not
l found. lie left a daughter and a
icpson. the child of a widow whom ho
Tiad marrietl. The widow was seated
In her homo on tbe Hudson river when
the clock struck 10. A vounjr man in
the uniform of a Jtritish officer cau
"Vou have brought your troop?"
"More than enough to capture ten
rc'aeN." said t'aptain Rudolph, for
whom his mother'x influence had pro
cured a British commission. "Ion are
Mire Horace Siut-lair is In the summer
house V" .
"Twice have I heard his signal to
Cora. The letter I wrote him he has
deemed his Cora's, iiuplorln;; him to
hazard even life Itself to meet her this
night In the lonely smiiiner house.
Have you the chaplain with you?"
"He Is below in the dining hall. But.
mother, can you force Cora to become
"You shall ee." wa the cold and
firm response, "tlo. capture Horace
Sinclair. I'.rlng him hither, bound.
When you return. let the chaplain be
with you. Cora shall meet you aud ere
you part shall be your wife."
Her reckless son left her. and she
ran? a small bell ns he departed.
"Tell Miss Valla inc." Raid she to the
prompt servant who answered to her
call, "that 1 desire her here Immediate
ly" The servant hurried to obey. She
foon returned, bearing a lamp and fol
lowed by the lovely orphan. Cora Val-
lame silently bowed her head as Fhe
"Wait:" was all that the widow paid.
and as she spoke loud shouts, pistol
shots aud the clash of steel reached
Cora glanced uneasily toward the
door and then to her stepmother's face.
Kre long Rudolph threw open the door
ind was followed by two Rritish dra
goons, who rseorted a young man clad
In the uniform of a Continental major
A short, ill looking man in black
irought up the rear.
"Horace, ami a prisoner!" exclaimed
"The same." said Rudolph, fierce
with a bloody gasb that seamed Ills
cheek. "The raseal has slain two of
my lest men. Hut he shall die the
death of a spy."
"My uuiforui proves that I am no
spy, said Horace Sinclair. i nave
fallen Into a snare and am a prisoner
of war uo spy. Cora, did you write
mo a summons hither?"
"Never, Howe." said Cora in aston
sbmeut. " Tis some trick of this"
"Of mine:" said Mme. Vallame sharp
ly. "Come, we have no time to lose.
Cora, you sec that gentleman In black?
He is the Rev. Charles Fairwcather.
He I here to make you the wife of my
"The wife of your sou's meanest
trooper shall I lie sooner than his:' ex
"Consent." said Mme. Vallame. "or
see Horace Sinclair hanged upon the
tree where he and you have so ofteu
"They dare not hang iue. Cora," said
the calm voice of the liound officer. "I
am taken in my uniform aud no spy.
Io not lie imiiosed uimmi."
"Do not sing so boldly." said Mme.
Vallame. "The hanging of a rebel, uni
formed or not. is a pleasure to our loyal
"Cora Vallame. you see that dial. It
is now I'll minutes after 10. If when
the minute haud shades the figure tt
your lips have not made you my sou's
wife. Horace Sinclair swings."
Oh. Horace, what shall I do?" cried
Cora as the silence grew terrible.
'Let me die a thousand times rather
than behold you the wife of that rene
gade, who slew his mother's husband,"
"Oh. Horace:" And. weeping; bitter
ly, she flung herself upon her brave
lover's Iwsoni. and ere the furious son
and fiendish mother -ould tear them
asunder Cora's quick hand, armed with
dagger, had seventl the cords that
bound the American's arms.
Sinclair snatched a saber from the
hand of the nearest trooper and sprang
upon the other, who went down, cloven
to the chin.
Wheeling fiercely, the saber clashed
with that of Rudolph and. sweeping
back from the shock, came down with
mighty slash that sheered the ruf
fian's right arm from tbe shoulder.
Shouts and the sharp tumult of sud
den strife without smote Rudolph's ear
as he fell, and 'the next moment the
room was filled with American dra
goons, led by one whom he deemed long
dead (Jeorge Vallame!
"Jnt In time, my Ihit," said Val
lame. who had escaied from the slaugh
ter of I xng Island and for purposes of
his own bore another name in the
"I mistrusted this when I found the
decoy letter written by 'that tigress.
Returning to camp. I found the letter
n your tent and. collecting a score of
your dragoons, hastened to save you."
An hour after, as British soldiers
filled the house so timely vacated by
the Americaus. they found Mme. Val
lame lying upon the body of her son
and as dead as he. The sudden shock
had slain her.
When the war was over, years after.
Colonel Horace Sinclair and his bride,
Cora, with Major Vallame. returned to
tbe scene. But It was to see the man
sion a heap of charred ruius.
Tbe Pates at the DrwartTlat'e.
Poet How much for this prescrip
Apothecary Two dollars, please.
Toot (soliloquizing a's he paysV And
the publishers tell me that poetry Is a
drug in the market. Oh, that it were!
Its Cwrloaa Jarrs and Its" Wonderful
With the closest scrutiny it becomes
evident that tbe bee does not, like
other creatures, house its tongue in its
mouth, but neatly folds it back beneath
Its head. Bumblebees, when disturb
ed, have a way of threatening with
their Jaws, while the honeybee has
the more direct method of settling in
truders with her sting.
The Jaws of the bee are very credit
able organs and can give quite a for
midable nip. Catch a bee lu a net and
see how viciously it will bite at the
meshes, workiug its jaws sideways in
stead of up aud down.
We call this wonderful implement of
tbe bee a tongue, but in reality it is
more thau this, for the whole arrange
uieut consists of two slender filaments
called maxilkv. the under lip aud the
actual tongue. If a drop of honey lies
near the surface of a flower, the sleu
der, active tongue, darting out from
the case formed by the maxilla?, licks
It up with the same case that a dog
licks a plate. Should the tube of the
flower be elongated the bee has at
command another length of tongue,
which is shot out from within and
shuts up like a telescope when uo
To appreciate fully this delicate
organ you should watch tho beo sepa
rate it into its component parts aud
clean it out. The lengtheniug process
of the proboscis, as the tongue end its
allied parts are sometimes called, is
accomplished by a series of springs and
hinges. In addition to this telescoping
power, the tongue is a hairy member,
tho hairs arranged in rings, the longest
ones toward the center. They assist in
lifting in the nectar and in pumping it
Into the mouth. Thence it goes to the
honey 6ack. Chautauquau.
PITH AND POINT.
Very few people want to know tho
truth unless It tits their prejudice.
Every one who doesn't like you is
looking for a chance to laugh at j'ou.
A great deal of nerve Is sometimes
necessary to keep from being cranky.
You know a whole lot If you know
enough to kuow you don't know any
thing. When a boy is uot invited to a party.
he hangs around the outside to see how
things are going.
When a dressmaker makes a quilt
out of silk scraps, tbe women begin to
look at her with suspicion.
Every one is some kind of a sinner.
The employee too honest to take a post
age stamp will steal his employer's
Be sensible with your children. When
you want them to do a thing, tell theni
why. Don't tell them they must do It
or take a bcr.'.itig. or that they must do
it because you say so. Atchison Globe.
An I'ndealrable Boarder.
Some time ago the keeper of a Iwnrd-
Ing house retired from business after
having acquired a comfortable com
petency in the course of about 20 years.
During that period her house became
well known in the city and among the
women in her own business. She nev
er realized how well known It was un
til she set out to find a place to live in
She applied first at the house kept by
a womau nearly as well kuown as her
self only to learn that there was no
room for her. It was not until she had
been through the saiue experience sev
eral times that she came to understand
that she was not wanted in the estab
lishments of her former rivals. Her
reputation for keeping a line house was
too much for the other women, who
did not want to submit to tbe scrutiny
of a former boarding house keeper who
had made a reputation and a fortune in
She learned, after going to a hotel
where her record could not be used
against her, that she was not the only
woman who had found it difficult to
get into a boarding house after having
kept one of her own. When they are
well known. It is practically Impossible
for 6uch women to find quarters, for
whatever her reasons may be tbe land- I
lady does not like to shelter her kiiid.
Kew Yorft Sun.
Old Militia. Elections and New.
From the American Revolution to tho
year 1823 the officers of the militia of
the state of New York had been ap
pointed by the council of appointment
upon the recommeudatiou of command
ing otflcers of divisions, brigades and
regiments, and the promotions were
generally made according to rank and
seniority. Under the new constitution
and the militia law of 1S23. and in ac
cordance with the democratic spirit of
the period, the election of military offi
cers became the established usage and
has continued until the present day.
The election of officers iu 1823 and fol
lowing year was attended with consid
erable ceremony officers attending
them in full uniform, and noncommis
sioned officers and privates in undress
uniform. Clark's History.
"Soou proposed to Miss Chillers T
"YesV answered Willie Washington.
"You must have known she would
of eoursc. But It is an old saying
that women can't keep a secret, and I
was afraid she would get to comparing-
nniM I had nroDOsed to all tne omer
girls, and I didn't want her to feel
alighted." Washington c-tar.
Mrs. Jones Are you aware. Mrs.
Skinbone, that your dog has Just bitten,
my little Willie?
Jlrs. kiubone What. ypuxWiHieJ
who has only just got over scarlet "fe-"
Yer? Ob, Mrs. Jones. If anything"
should happen to Fido I'd never forgive
A Bride of Eighty.
After long years tho name of Ristori,
Italy's wonderful actress of two
decades ago. Is once more on the popu
lar tongue. The great tragedienne,
kuown In private life as the Marquise
dl Capranica. is about to marry a sec
ond time, and at the age of 81!
The marquise was born the child of
two strolling playprs. Her first appear
ance oil the stage was at the age of 3
months. At 14 she was playing "Frau
cesca dl Rimini," aud not long after
ward she had passed through the court
company of the king of Sardinia to the
position of leading player In the duke
of Parma's theater.
Rlstorl's first marriage was romautie,
as Is her second. She and the Marquis
dl Capranica loved, but his parents
deemed It a mesallir.uee and forbade
their union. They swore fidelity and
waited. Then one day their paths
crossed again, they determined to defy
the noble parents, stepped Into a coun
try church and were married. Through
the intercession of a cardinal they
finally made thnir peace with the old
marquise and marquis.
Mine. Ristori played in America in
1SGG, 1SC7. 1S73 and again In 18S4.
Her visits, during which she played 50
nights In New York, netted her about
For the Frecltly Girl.
Although certain ioets have consld
ercd freckles to be beauty spots, calling
them by the euphonious name of "suu
kisses," those who possess them regard
the little burnt orange spots as defects
and are anxious to get rid of them.
Generally speaking, there are two
kinds of freckles summer freckles,
which are ephemeral, and constitu
tional or chronic freckles. The first
kind can be treated by applying such a
lotion as the following: Sulphate of
z!nc, 20 graius; compound tincture of
lavender, 2 drams; rosewater, half a
pint. Another good remedy for sum
mer freckles Is composed of rosewater,
G ounces; glycerin, half an ounce;
cherry laurel water, two and a half
drams; simple tincture of benzoin, two
and a half drams; borax, one and a
half drams. Apply night and morning.
Those who prefer an ointment may
use: Levigated sulphate of rine, 2J
grains; elderflower ointment, 1 ounce.
Mix well in a mortar.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. July SI.
Follow insr were the quotations on the
Board of Trad? today:
July St ptcmlier
.t;ss4 .1".: .fi8n .68
.6!a .611 .6b7H .69
..".43, .r.4i .MNi .54 V
.." ,r.i?4 .m-s, .r5Vj
. .068 .56 Vs .Oti1
.34'8 .34-s .33 .24
. . S.72 '.
September .. 7.9'
January 7.75 7.75
Produce: Butter Kxtr.a creamery
20c per lb: extra dairy, 17c; packing
ptock. K'ffil.'ic. Ksrsf1 Fresh stock
Jl'-ji lS'.jsC. Live Poultry Chickens,
frienp. 7c per lb: sprinBS. 1 111 12c ducks
i (a i',c: jreefo. $3 0iiftj b.U) er doz. Ap
pics New. $1.5i9i3.0 per brl. Pota
toes Ohio. !54i$l.00 per bu.
Chlcaco Live Stock.
Chicago. July 31.
Hors Kstimateil receipts for five dy
33.OO0: ywlcs ranged at $3.2oi5.45 for
piRS. $5.45fi 5.K5 for liht. $5.435f5.85 for
rough packinp. S5..MV95.95 for mixed
and $5.70(fj.10 for heavy paekinp and
shipping- lots: bulk of sales at $5.70
Cattle KfUimated receipts for the
day. 13.000: quotations ranged- at $5.75
Jrii.35 for choive to extra steers. $5.20tfl
5.75 for good to choice do., $4.5O(a5.30 for
fair to good do.. $4.004.65 common- to
medium do.. $3.60$f4.1O butchers' steers.
$4.0i 5.90 fed w estern steers. $2.20(8
4.50 slockoi-s and feeders. $1.604.6C
cows. $2.608i.oo heifers. $2.n0ff74 .50 bulls
and oxen. $3.754jr5.00
Texas seers, and
$4. 50 (ft -5. 50 veal
Sheep and I.ambsi Estimated ..receipts
for th eday, 15.000; quotations ranged at
$:l.003.75 westerns, $2.fi5ft3.95 natives.
$3.40C'i5.25 western lambs, and 3.00
o.ou native lamos.
East Rnfl'alo Lire Stock.
Kast Buffalo. X. y July 81.
rhinnlnc & Stevens, Live Stock Com
mifslon Merchants. Kast Buffalo. N. Y.
quote as follows: Cattle Receipt 3
tars; feeling shade lower; veaJs. $4. 25
6.00. Hogs Receipts, 24 ears; good
grades higher; heavy, $6.006.05; mixed.
$5.95j"6.00: Yorkers, good weights. $5.90
fo'5.95; light and pigs neglected at J5.75
fiu.fco. Sheep and Lambs Receipts
cars of good prime: beet lambs, $5.7512
6.00; ethers. $1.50& 5.60: sheep, JI.OO
4.-0; wctners. 4.oio?4.oo.
8t. Louis Grain.
St. Louis, July 31.
Wheat Lower: No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. SSrc: track. 66141?67c: July. 66c:
September. 66(ffi66ic: December. 9
69-Hc: No. 2 hard. 6Ui)67c. Corn
Higher: No. 2 cash. 56H;c: track. 56Vifi
67c; July, 56Vc; September. 56Vsc: De
cember. 57'-ic. Oats Higher: No. 2
cash. 36-'Ue; track. S8?3S4c: July. 36c;
September, 35V-c: May. 38'jc; No. 2
white, nSViifiCOc. Kye Higher: file.
Milwaukee. July "1.
Wheat Steady; No. 1 northern. 70Vie:
No. 2 northern. 684S69c; September.
6S4c. Rye Weak: No. 1
ley Strong: No. 2. 61fi6;c
ff 58o. Oats Steady; No.
Corir September, aoVac.
Hst Ttmoihy, lltOIll; prairie. MQX1I.
Coal 4U per son.
New potatoes 75c.
Butter Choice to I air, 13o; train ereamary
Hens 6H per pound.
Spring Cblcaena 4)3.00 per dozen.
Turk e ya 7c8.
Csttlo Bo toilers pay for eorn red steers
4HafHc; oows and half era, lo4c; calves
Sprlag Lambs 2 60CK head
Everybody Talking About
A aw .
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V '1 Y-W. l.Tk I ''riiit.i IV
On Account of the Wonderful Cures They Are
Men, Women and Children
Flock to the OLD QUAKER DOCTORS to
have them tell what their disease is and decide
if they are curable.
People Are Coming Hundreds of Miles Already to
Be Healed at Their Offices
225 Eighteenth Street, Between Second and' Third Avenues,
Rock Island, III,
People Who are Cured
Ought to Know,
Aad They All Praise Natural
Homo testimony should convince
you. Read what one of Dr. Home's
patients has to say about his treat
ment: He Put Away Ills Cratches Arter Only
Oae Month's Treatment.
After a severe siege or typhoid fever I was
left with an ulcer on my heel I tiied various
remedies and was treated by several eminent
physicians of Kock Is and. Davenport and
Chicago, and was informed that an operatiou
was tne only thing that would help me One
physician thought It might be necessary to
amputate my foot. On March 20 I consulted
Dr. J. Alvin Horne. of the Illinois Infirmary
and School of Natural Healing, who informed
me that be could cure me In two or three
months. He bas done a great deal better
than that: he has entire'y cured me after only
one month's treatment, and now 1 have as
good use of my leg and foot as ever 1 cneer
fully recommend Dr. J. Alvin Home to all
wbo are aillicted. I am ready to substantiate
the abjv-e statement at that time. Respect
fully, EUWAKIJ KOJSBTTA.
1111 7th ave., Rock Island, 111.
In curing an ailment of any kind I
never fail to remove all reflex compli
cations of associate diseases. In caso
of Varicocele, the weakness caused ty
it disappears. If it is stricture and
has developed Into Prostatic, Bladder
or Kidney affections, the injure! or
DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
Room 19 to 55, Mitchell & Lynde Blclg, Rock Island. Hours: 'J to 12,-2
to 5; 7 to 8. Sundays from 9 to 11. Take elevator to Fourth floor. (Send
stamp for his free book.) ,
Recent Shipment of
At Summer Prices at
PARIDON & SON.
419 Sovcntecnt street. Telephone 4753.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Our Kleetrle Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Bay work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Slecp.eesness, Threatenel Iman
ly, Weak Memory, Mental Delusion, or any
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvei
ana Hkla uueaeea oan do quicaiy ana permanently oureo oj our suriooiu ijimib . nm
VARICOCELE is the most active eanse of Nervous Debility. Why treat
teor.tbs with other wheo we rueraoiee yon a
mathnda. Rvdraaela nurMl In three din so
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should oonsnlt ca. W
aave eorea many cases mven up aa nopeieas,
oMrtUnm narformed at vour home If desired.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH
afford to pi see your esse In tbe bands ot tbose
leone la the treatment of ehroelo diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice
ehlefofSt. Anthony's Hospital together with tfce fact that he ha cured hundreds who
were pronounced inourable by others during tno five years he baa been located la Daven
port, prove onoiualTely that ha la the phyalolan you should oonault If you want to cat
Beat of reference and eredentlala
Only Curable Cases Taken. SfisiJSSt
Hear. 1 su Sunday 1130 to 1:30 p ro.'
Office 124 West Third Street M'Colloagh Building, Davenport, I. ,
gans are all restored to perfect
healthy condition. If it is Syphilis,
any and all skin, blood and bone dis
eases arising from the taint are en
tirely and permanently eliminated
from the system. If it is inipotency,
the many distressing symptoms fol
lowing in its train and indicating
premature decline of the so-called
physical, mental, sexual powers are
totally removed and rapidly replaced
by the youthful energy of robust
Hence all . resulting ills and re Ilex
complications which may be properly
termed associate diseases and which
in fact are often more serious than
the original ailments that give rise to
them all, I say, disappear com
pletely and forever with the cure of
the main malady.
DS. J. B. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago, a-Bunreon-ln-Chief
other oonution anew nervous eiratuiiot
permanent air in seven aayany otu paima
ana we may oa aoia wouisnn. oarnui
Abdominal and brain eurgery a apeolalty.
is a vital one therefore yon cannot
wbo nave naa littia or no practical oxpav
and extensive experience as surgeon-ln-