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jSTHJE ABtfU TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1902.
TBI TRAVELERS 6UIDI
CHICAGO. RoCK ISLAND
& Pacific Rail way Tlokeu
can be purchased at Cltj
Ticket office, ibis second ve
boa, or C , R L & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty-
Peoria branch depot, loot 01
Twentieth street. Frank H. Hummer, C. P. A.
. BAST. 'WEST.
Golden state L mtitd
Denver Limited A Omaha..
Ft. Worth, Denver & K. C.
Davenport & Chicago
J Omaha A. Minneapolis.. .
Colorado & Omaha
fes Moines & Omaha......
Denver, Lincoln St Omaha.
Pes Moines Express
St. Paul & Minneapolis .
Denver, Fa. Worth & K. C.
IKansas City , St Joe & Calif.
tRoclt Island & Washington
Chicago ft Des Moires
Koek Island ft Brooklyn Ac
lOmaba ft KocK island..,
El Paso ft San Francisco
ICedar Rplds. Tipton ...
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It 5::?0 an
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t 1:25 nm
t 8:15 pm
t 2:15 pm
t 6:00 Dm
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It 8:25 pm
It 8:20 nm
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" BOCK AND POBIA DrVIStCHC - -
Trains leave Twentieth street station Mam
line trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
Peoria, Springhead, Sit. L,
Peoria, Sprtwrfleld, Indian-j
lngton, St. Louis.........
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln-
Cable ft Sherrard accom.j
Cable ft Sberrard Accom.
8:10 ami 0 40 pn
$: 45 an
Arrival. tPeparture tDally. except Sun
day. Phone West 1093, West 1128. West 1428
t , .
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON &
Qnincy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street
M. 3. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
St. Louis, sprlngiield.
GaJeaburg, Peoria and
Sterling, Mettdota and
llnrton. Denver and
B. Louis. Kansas City
Denver and Pacific
Bterllng and points in
Kast Mollne (suburban)..
Dubuque, Clinton, La
, Crosse, St Paul, Minn
add N. W.... .,
Clinton, DuDuque, and
leavb Aaai vs
s6:50 am 8:S5 am
fl:50 am 6:35 am
2:50 pm tl2:ll pm
87:25 pm 7:10 pn.
7:26 pm v7:10 pm
6:20 am B:20 pm
s7:40pm 0:25 am
7-O0 am 7:00 pm
87:00 am 7:00 pm
s Stop at frock Island 25 minutes for meiila
Dally tDally except Sunday.
ft St. Paul Railway. D..
K. I. ft N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wuod,
agent. The' trains for Du
buque and points north rue
via Illinois side of river
Trains for Freeporc ai.d Milwaukee will rut
via Davenpoit, Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for point
east and west.
TBAIUS U1T1 ARHIVT
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
- secger 7:C0 am 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am 11:16 am
Dubaque and bt. Paul Pas
senger 4:00 pm 0:15 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 9:15 pm
Freeport Express 4:5 pm 11:40 am
All trains dally exeept Sunday
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(""ARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
cati ne. New Boston, Keithsburg, Oquaw
ka and Burlington.
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4
is acknowledged to be the best for
all bladder and kidney diseases,
stomach trouble and rheumatism.
THE GMAND HOTEL
offers the best accommodations, and
the original springs is located with
in the grounds.
For rates and other information
Grand Hotel. Colfax. Iowa.
E. H Gurer, Attorney.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island Coud ty, f
In the Circuit Court of std nounty. In Chan-
. eery. ore closure. No. 50SJ9 .
Rocklslacd Mutual BuITd'ng Loan & Savings
Jels Jessen and Anna Jessen.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court entered la the above en
titled cause, on the 2-'d day of . Octo
ber, a. v., 1803, i snail, on Saturday, the
Twenty nmtn aay oi xovemner, a. u., iwz,
at the hour of two o'clock In the after
noon, at the north doT of the Court House,
In the Citv of Sock Island. In said County
of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder for
casn in nana, mat certain parcel or tana
situate lo the County of Rock Island, and
state of Illinois, known and .described as
follows, to-wit: - .
Begtsnina; on the east lie of Forty-fourth
stree. in the city of Kock Island, at a point
eight hundred and ninety -six (86o) feet north
of tnejiorth )ie of Eighteenth avenue (ith
avenue) in said city: thence run east, one
hundred srd twenty 020) feci; tenoo north
forty-hree (4.1) eet: tno west to the east
Iineofald Forty-fourth street; thenne sou to
aoog tbe east line of said street to t be place
of becincing; being a, prt of the southeast
quarter (H) tbe northwest quarter ) of
pectionNo six (A) In tont-hlp No. seventeen
(17) north range No. one (1) wett of the
fourth P M
Dated at Mollne. I linols, this fourth day of
November, A. D , l&Oi -W.
Utner in Chancery, Bonk Island County. 111.
E H. tiDTU, Complainant's Solicitor.
What would you give
for a Good Appetite?
y Not a false appetite, such as
is aroused by powerful and
deadly drugs like strychnia,
quinine and nux vomica, but a
healthy appetite for good food?
As our old doctor used to
say, " If you can't eat, you can't
work,' and we might add, "or
play either." ,
We are very sure that Vinol
will find your lost appetite. It
will arouse the vital organs to
call for wholesome food and
help them to absorb it.
Vinol is a non-secret union
of the valuable principles of
organic iron, cod liver oil and
a good table wine.
It is pleasant to take, and both
nourishes and creates an appe
tite for nourishment.
Thousands of bottles have
been sold on the guarantee of
" money back," if not satisfied,
and a dissatisfied customer is
Mall Orders Supplied. 91 per Itottle, Ei
Harper House Pharmacy
DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
and Associate Fhysicians.
The Regular and Reliable
Specialists are Perma
nently Located in
Curps. nermanpntl v the cases he
nndertakes and sends the incurable
home without taking a fee from
them. This is whv he continues his
practice year after year, while other
doctors have remained a lew weeKs
and have then left the city.
An eminently successful specialist
in all chronic diseasesproven by the
many cures effected in chronic case3
which have baffled the skill of all oth
er physicians. These eminent speci
alists are permanently located in
Mitchell S. Lynde Bldg.
Hours: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. .
Sundays: 9 to 11 a. m.
His hospital experience and exten
sive practice have made him so por
flcient that he can name and locate n
disease in a very few minutes.
Treats all curable cases of Cat
arrh, Nose, Throat and Lung Diseases,
Eye and Ear, Stomach, Liver and Kid-
ncj's, Gravel, Rheumatism, Paralysis,
Neuralgia, Nervous - and Heart dis
eases, Bright's Disease and Consump
tion in early stage; diseases of Blad
der and Female Organs. Stammering
cured and sure methods to prevent its
recurrence given. .
A never-falling remedy for Big
Every case of PiiS AND TKIVATE
DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
KUPTUIiE guaranteed cured with
out detention from business.
No experimests or failures. We Un
dertake no incurable cases, but cure
thousands given tip to die.
: Perfected in old cases which have
been neglected or unskillfully treat
ed. Consultation free and confidential.
One week's treatment absolutely
free to all who call within 10 days.
bR. J. ALVIN HORNfc
And Associate Physicians.
Rooms 49, 50 and 51
Mitchell & Lynde Building.
Give yourself a chance to make mon
complete course In Shorthand
2Q. Six months to learn Costn onlr
antamp to Investigate. Address, In
Enftlinh or German, A. K. f -.1,
M UT1I. SIllwaakM. Win, .UtK
A deree of divorce has been grant-
ted in the case of Mary J. Havens vs.
Henry A. Havens. The grounds were
desertion. Helmick & IJoudinot ap
peared for the plaintiff.
At the htnne of its parents, Mr. ant
Mrs. Oliver C. Shell, 1110 Gaines street
at 11:30 o'clock Sunday forenoon
occurred the death of Arthur V. Shell
an infant, need 1 year and 19 day
The funeral was held from the pa
ents residence at 2 o'clock yesterila
afternoon, with interment in Oakda
At the home of his daughter, Mrs
Weatherly, 2336 Howditch street, a1
the age of 82 years. Michael Mulicli
died Sunday night, from old age. lit
had lived in Davenport for two years
and lived prior to that time in Kico
ville, la., whither the remains will lu
taken for burial.
Theodore Barghohlz, local manage!
of tiie Kock Island Fuel company, mel
with an accident while driving on
Charlotte street between Ouida ave
nue and Davis street, sometime aftei
7::i() o'clock Saturday night. He drove
IT the road and onto a ndre. ot
mound of earth left by the graders
and was tipped into the street.. Jit
sustained a sprained arm which caus
ed siitticieiit pain to compel him t:
send for a physician. A friend win
was with him escaped unhurt.
Davenport friends have been inter
ested in receiving news of the wed'
diner of Henrv Martha and Miss Min
nie Doolev at Chicaco last 'Wednes
day. The groom is a successful yoimj
business man of that city, and th
bride is well-known here, being th
daughter of J. F. Donley, a forme
grocer of this cit3 They will live in
The scenery which, when erected
at Claus Groth hall, will reproduce
architectural features of Ditmarsch
cities in Germany, is being erected
for the .Tahrmarkt, which will open
Thanksgiving1 clay. The brush of An
dreas Horn,- the same artist who ere-
ated Krachwinklc for the Turners,
perfected the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred True, of 222:
West Second street, Saturday cele
brated their tenth or' tin wedding an
niversary, and entertained on the oc
casion Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lahrmann,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hassehnann, Mr
ami .Mrs. uaus tvruse. .Mr. anu jurs.
Theodore Husch. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Leutjc and Mr. and Mrs. Gustav
Tecumseh tribe. No. H2, Improved
Order of Ked Men, has elected oflicers
for the ensuing six months as fol
lows: Prophet, Dr. O. C. lingers;
sachem, Uobert Strelow;. senior, sag
more, II. C. McClurg; junior saga
more, Herman Schroeder. The time
of meeting has been changed from
the first and third Wednesdays of the
month to the first and third Fridays.
Frank A. Cooper anil Letts A- Mo-
Gee, the attorneys for P. W. Mc.Man
us, administrator of the estates of
the two Leonidas men. father and
son, who were shot and killed on the
deck of the steamer Dubuque, of the
Diamond .In line, last summer, have
filed an amendment to one of the
damage suits they filed against the
Diamond Jo line steamers and Mate
Dan Ilreen, who did the fatal shoot
ing. The original petition in the case
" """i" '"" minimo t.nnsiaH
Digests what you eat.
Many persons worry because they
are too fat, and many more worry be
cause they are too th in. In both cases
the food eaten is not properly digested.
Fat persona digest fat producing
foods and do n.ot digest foods that give
muscular and nervous strength. They
are not as strong as they look, and de
Serve more sympathy than they get.
Thin persons cannot digest fat pro
ducing foods. Sometimes they digest
nerve and muscle foods and become
nervous and wiry: but usually they do
not properly digeBt anything.
Nature has made provision for the
digestion of all classes of foods; and
when our digestion becomes impaired,
it Is wisdom to take steps at once to
remedy t. Many thousands are using
with marked success the preparation
known as Kodoi Dtspepsia Cxibb-.
As it contains all the , dlgestants, it
digests all kinds of foods and restores
he digestive organs to health.
Dt can't help but
do you good.
Prepared only by E.O.DtWm & Co., Chi Cairo.
jl do u. ooma coQt&ins umea me auc bizo.
one niMJTE ectiaa cure
Cores quickly. That's what it's made for
For sale by Harper House pharma-
ynd A. J. Reiss, corner Seventh av
enue and Twenty-seventh street. "
of the younger Leonidas a'sked for
$10,000 damages on account of breach
of contract to give the deceased a
nafe passage from Hock Ir.land to Mc
Gregor, Iowa. The amendment chang
es the suit so that it becomes an ac
tion for compensatory and exemplary
damages instead of a suit for breach
of contract. Ten thousand dollars
are asked on the one ground and $5,
000 as exemplary damages. The ac
tion in the case of the younger man,
Ellsworth Leonidas, has been thus
changed .to an action wholly in tort.
There have been rumors of libel
suits against papers of this city by
Carlson, the manager of the Terrible
Turk, who wrestled his way through
these parts some time ago. Harrison
& Gorman, of the Downs hotel, hope
that they may be pressed, as in this
event they will have a chance to get
service with that $10 board bill the
Turk's manager forgot to settle when
he left here last.
The l'.usiness Men's association at
its meeting last evening took up the
iuterurban situation in the city, and
having discussed conditions, and the
reasons for them, adopted in earnest
Ihe plan of putting in a line of its
own on one of the down town streets
running east and west, with the in
tention of giving to the district west
of the city, close to the bank of the
river, relief in the form of rapid and
cheap transportation, for lack of
which, it is said, the development of
the west end factory settlement is
being seriously retarded.
Yesterday morning, in obedience to
an order circulated Sunday by the po
licemen on the beat, all the nickel-in-idot
machines in the city, paying in
roin, and their name was legion, were
put out of commission, turned to the
wall, taken to back rooms or hauled
away by the owners.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Robbers broke into the postofHce at
Enon Valley, Fa., and carried off $4S2
in cash and S.".."i( in postage stumps.
Otto Young, proprietor of the Fair,
Chicago department store, who has
been seriously ill. Is improving.
Trofessor Otto Sleiuou. for twenty
three years :i teacher In the Concordia
German Lutheran, college, at Fort
Wayne, Ind.. hanged himself in his
Emperor William will attend the fu
neral of 1 1 err Krupp. Ihe story that
Krupp committed suicide Is declared
false by all who should know the
The disciplinary council of the Rou-
.mauian bar has decided that only Rou
niaiiian citizens may practice law or
tct as clerks of lawyers. This shuts
nt the Jews.
On the eve of departure for China
Wu Ting Fang, the Chinese minister,
issued an expression of thanks to the
people of the United States for their
kindness to him.
Retail clerks In northwest Chicago
have struck and won their strike.
In a train wreck in the yards at
Spartanburg, S. C, Rob Sefton, a fire
man, was killed, and Engineer p. O
Solomon probably fatally hurt.
A serious Hood exists In the Washita
and Blue valleys in the Chickasaw na
President Roosevelt will put the fin
ishing touches to his annual message
V congress today.
Lieutenant General Miles will leave
Manila for China, Japan and Russia at
the end of the week.
It will be In possible to complete the.
buildings at the naval academy witn-
Ing the limit of cost fixed by congress.
owiug to the increase In the price of
Non-Mormon clergymen in Utah are
making a dead set ngai. a Mormon
United States senator from that state.
Joseph M. Wilson, one of the best
known architects and engineers In the
country, died In his office at Philadel
phia of heart disease. ,
More Power From Niagara.
It has been decided to build a large
power plant on the Canadian side of
Xiagara Falls which when completed
will enable the operators to furnish
200,000 horse power. A few years
ago the idea of using Niagara's pow
er would have seemed ridiculous, but
the progress of invention during the
last centurv has now made it possi
ble. There has also been wonderful
progress made in medicine during
that time, the most noticeable being
the introduction of Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters about fifty years ago.
This family medicine is for every
body, but more especially for those
who are weak and sickly. It will
strengthen the stomach and nerves
ami cure indigestion, dyspepsia, in
sosomnia, constipation and malaria,
fever and ague. Try it and see for
A Thanksarlvlnir Dinner
Heavy eating is usually the first
cause for indigestion. Repeated at
tacks inflame the mucous membranes
lining the stomach, exposes the
nerves of the stomach, producing a
cwellincr after eatinc. heartburns
J ' ,
headache, sour risings and finally
catarrh of tne stomacn. jvoaai re
lieves the inflammation, protects the
nerves and cures the catarrh. Kodal
cures indigestion, dyspepsia, all stom
ach troubles by cleansing and sweet-
nng the glands oi the stomach.
Harnr House Pharmacy, A. J.
Tiiess drucr store, corner Seventh Ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
If the average man would look him
self squarely in the eye he would see
at. once that he needs Rocky Moun
tain Tea. A priceless boon to men.
35 cents. T. 1L Thomas' pharmacy, j
The industrial fair opened auspic
iously last evening. Many of the mer
chants of the city are represented
in the booths.
Mrs. J. W. Warr, Miss liertha Warr
and Xoriuan Warr leave after the
holidays to spend the winter in Los
George E. Kennedy has sold to
Clara O. Sloan the residence property
at Eighteenth street and Fourteenth
avenue. S. S. Crompton negotiated the
At a meeting held at Mrs. R. I.
Woods, tbe Home Fraternal league
decided to give a masquerade ball, at
Metropolitan hall the evening of Mon
day, Dec. 8. Frizes will be awarded.
The first test of the enforcement
of the rules of the new street railway
company occurred Sunday, when traf
fic was heavy and Otto Peterson took
a position on the front platform of a
cur on the Moline terminus of the
road. The car was filled with passen
gers, and Peterson when ordered in
side or off the car by Supt. Maple
doram, refused to budge. Finally,
Mapledoram twk hold of the young
man for the purpose of ejecting him
bnt Peterson put up a stiff fight, and
in the scuffle one of the windows
was broken. Later Mr. Mapledoram
went for the police and while he was
gone the motorman and his assistant
succeeded in forcing Peterson from
the car. When the police arrived
the offender was pointed out to the
officer, and yesterday he was charged
with disorderly conduct and tried be-
tore a jury, v . .. .Meese appearing
for the defendant and A. H. Koi.ler
representing the city. Peterson was
found guilty and fined $5.
East Moline had its regular Sunday
night affair this week and three hard
looking specimens from that village
occupied cells at the station yester
day as a result of the fray. They are
all employed in the Union Malleable
Iron works and beur the names of
harles Haehr, August Yermnthe and
Peter Stephens. The complainants
are Ed DeSmid and wife. The woman
was kicked in the most brutal manner
and is now under the care of a physi
cian as a result. The gang then piled
on DeSmid and mauled and gouged
him until their depraved instinct for
revenge was satisfied. DeSmid did
his best against the overwhelming
odds and scratched and tore away at
his assailants ' as long as he had
strength left. The faces of the three
showed very plainly and they looked
much as-though they had been rolled
down hill in company with a barrel of
Miss Rroomhall, of the high school
faculty, will give a reception to- the
members of the football team at the
residence of W. II. Richards, 41
cignteentn street, on the coming
Saturday evening. The company is to
be made up of the members of the
football team and their young lady
friends and it promises to be a
Union Thanksgiving services will be
held Thursday at 10:30 a. m. in the
First Congregational church and the
Mission Tabernacle, the English Prot
estant churches uniting at the former
at which Rev. R. C. Bryant of the
First Baptist church will preach on
the subject "Whither." All the Swed
ish churches but the Swedish Luther
an will unite in the Mission Taber
nacle services and Rev. A. G. John
son, of the Swedish Methodist church
will preach the sermon. The choir
will render special selections. A ser
vice conducted byRev. C. A. Homborg
will be held at the Swedish Lutheran
church in the morning, when a col
lection for the poor will be taken
A song service will be rendered at the
church in the evening. The Sorosis
society will hnld an oyster supper
from 5 to 8 that evening after which
a musical and literary program will
be rendered. Thanksgiving afternoon
the program and donations commit
tee for the Christmas festival will
meet at the church to take up plans
for the affair. The First. Baptist
church members will vote Wednesday
evening on a proposition to hold but
two'annnal meetings in the future.
The constitntion now provides for
three annual roll-call and covenant
meeting, annual record meeting, an
nual election. The Epworth league
of the Swedish Methodist church
will serve supper from 5 to 8 p. m.
Thanksgiving day at the church.
HULL'S GRAPE TONIC CURES COIIST IPATIOII
Constipation is the rotting and decaying of undigested food
In the alimentary canal. Disease germs arise from this fester
ing mass, which nnd their way into me
blood. The blood becomes impure and
shortly the entire system gives way to
the unhealthy condition.
You cannot cure a case like this by
taking pills or other common cathartics.
A laxative will not do. ' A blood medi
cine is ineffective. Mull's Grape Tonic
is a gentle and mild laxative in addition
to being a blood-making and strength
giving tonic which immediately builds
up the wasted body and makes rich, red
blood that carries its health-giving
strength to every tissue at every heart
Mull's Grape Tonic is made of pure
crushed fruit juices and is sold under a
Doctors prescribe it. All druggists sell it at 50 cents a bottle.
Seo4 10c to Ugbtofog Medicine Co., Sock, Wltod, liL, ta crcr postap oa Urge unpie bottle.
FOR SALE IX ROCK ISLAND BY HAKTZ S. ULLEMEYER.
John Daly, known as the "terror of
Rock river bottom," was given the
limit for the vagrancy law by Magis
trate Olson 3'esterday. and he will
erve 90 days in jail. Daly was cap
tured by Deputy Sheriff Heider and
Officer Walstrahd at Coal Valley Sun
day after a hard chase. . Daly had
been seeking food and shelter nnd
money from the farmers along the
bottoms with the persuasive influence
of a revolver, but he had a habit of
doing a vanishing act between srenes
if he scented trouble, and therefore
was hard to catch. Many families
were greatly frightened Saturday
evening, for Daly has a wicked face
which hints of a life of crime. He
refuses to talk.
A uMifinp -fn defraud the envern-
ment has been brought to light and it
probable tnat many Jinnne women
e the innocent victims or. clever
indlens. The outline of the plan
upon which the swindle was con
ducted is identical with a proposition I
from Soft Goal
Round Oak Furnaces have large feed doors,
burn wood or coal; but whatever they
burn, give greater heat than any other
furnaces, because all the gases and nearly
all the smoke is consumed. The smoke is
- white from a Round Oak Furnace burning
soft coal; that means no waste fuel. The
principle is not new, but the application
to the Round Oak is new in that no
holes are cut through the fire pot.
are di f ferent .
from all others
in many other
thlncTH in solid
of price, if you
are coins; to buy a
furnace, send tor
our free furnace book
ntains useful Infor
mation nlxMit heating.dl
mensiono, furnace regula
tion, ventilation, etc
P. D. BECKWITH.
Makrrt ot Brrkivith't Sound
OtiA. the mi famous
sliiv in tfic vtjrld.
Round Oalt Furnim are for mU In
Rock Island by John T.Xoftsker.
ffi iwolc ptcec jjajv
Round Onk Furnae
with outer casing removed.
Brewed in a plant as clean at the cleanest home kitchen always open to
your inspection 58,971 visitors last year. "
1 mil iwtwww 111 iiniin 11 i.n ail mil . I i'H H . ' 'II nnlcp n
which was eagerly taken up by the
Moline women widows f union snl-
diers who seized with avidity upon
the apparently benevolent plan of
awarding land, supposed to be eon-
ducted by the government, to reward
the soldiers widows for the hardships
of the soldier. If the scheme is that
in which the Moline women are in
terested ana the locality, require
ments and details are the same there
are probably 2- women from this city
who are willing victims.
Chicago, Nov. 25 Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing Quotations
In today's markets:
tec, Hi; 72: 74s.
May, 7fS; 761; 75H: TS.
Dec, f2; 53: 6i': 63
May, 42!i ; 42V. 2:Hi:42W.
Nov.,' 8IH:B1 V-31 :: 4.
Dec. new, S ;31: 81 i ; 31
May, 82, ZiH: l :
Jan., 15.60; 15.65: 15 55: 15 63
May, 14.(3!; 14.67; 14 57: 14.65.
Nov., Ill 40; 10 40: Itt 37; 10 37.
Jan.. B.37 ; 0.40: 9 35 : 9 3 5.
May, 8.70; 8.73; 8.70; 8.70.
Jan., R.05: 8.10; 8 f5; 8 10.
May, 7.85; 7.87; 7.82: 7.87.
Receipts todav: Wheat 217. corn RS9. oats
KX: hogs 8B.00O; cattle 9.000. sheep 25,000.
Hog marcel opeaea ac lower.
Hogs left over 3.P00. '
Bon at Kansas Citv 15.000. cattle 13.000:
faoss at Omaha 8.500. cattle 4.500.
Lteht. 5 8'x6.20: mixed and tjntch-
ers. 15.8538.40; good heavy, ffl.2036.10; rough
neavy, t..wuwio.. -
uattie marxei openea sieaav.
Sheep market opened steady to weak.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market opened 5c! 10c lower.
LiKht. t5.85a8.ao: mixed and butcbers. 15 85
9.35: good heavy, C6.80&&35; rough heavy,
cattle market, slow ana weax.
Sheep market quiet and stcadv.
Hog market closed for best steady, others
I.ieht. tS.75iaa.20: mixed and bntcUers.I5.S5
6.40; good heavy, S&.80&6.45; rough heavy,
cattle market closed dun and wean.
Sheep market closed mrong.
Estimated receipt Wednesday: Wheat 90.
corn 1J6, oats IM. hogs 40. 00a 1
Bradxtreets: Wheat Increased 4.738.000
bushels. Last week increased 4.74U.00O. Last
year increased 6.941,0(0.
Now fork Stocks.
New York. Nov. 25. Tne foUowinr are the
closing quotations on tne New York stock
So. Pacific 82H'. suerar HS.'C. A A. com. 82V.
ras 100 , . Penna. 157.S. B. & O. 9s. C. R. I.
P. com I5. C.M. & St. P1T6H, Manhattan 153.
Pacific Mail Atchison com.. 82, W. U.
Tel. Co. N. Y. Central 1&5V L. & N.
114. H. R. T. 6l. Rdg. com. OH,, leather
com. 12V4. copper 55. Atcnison pfd. U.
S. Steel pfd 83W. U. S Steel common 35H',
Missouri Pacific 1065. Union Pacinc common
9m coal and iron .v;'. Krle common 31 H'.
Wabash ptd 43S. Can. Pacific 12"-, Republic
Steel common 19, Republic Steel pld. 75! i.
LOCAX. MARKKT CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, L.Iv
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island,, Nov. 25 -Following are the
quotations on the local market:
Mutter Creamery 2c dairy 90c
Kcfts Fresh Sic
Live poulry Spring chickens Pc per
pound, hens 8c per pound, ducks 8c. turkeys
liH pecse 8c.
Vegetables Potatoes. 30c to 35c
Fruit Apples 50c to 75c per bushel.
Cattle Steers H.25 to 96.00, cows and
betters t2.no to W.50. calves ti.hO to te.OO.
Hogs Mixed and butcbers (5.50 to S6.2S
Sheep Yearlings or over, per cwt. S3. 00 to
13 50, Lambs per head (3.75 to (5.00.
Food and FtieL
Grain Corn new, 4045c; oats,
new 30c to 40c.
Forage Timothy hav. (10 to tri prairie
ft) to flO, baled prairie S3, baled timothy. 112
Wood Hard, per load (5.00.
Coal Lump, per bushel 13c. slack, per
H. J. TOHER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st