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TUB ABeUB, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1904.
Partly cloudy touiulit and Wed
neady niiU rb:itl Ihunder-
luru.li; lllunar Iriuprra I lire.
J. M. SIfF.RIEK,
Triuprralurr sit 7 si. in., 4l; at
StSS p. ill.. S2.
Call for th new Kinship.
"Snowballs" at Wikher's.
For Insurance, E. J. Hums.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Tin and furnace work at Wilcher's.
For bus. baggage, ex press, call Robb's.
Spencer & Trefz for 'bus or express.
For real cmate and insurance. E. J.
Land students tit Chautauqua hall,
Moline, July 8 at p. in.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, l.'A 1 Third avenue.
Have you ordered your gas stove?
See the People's Power company.
Wallitie fc Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old phone 1670, new 5884.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
BtaBOO, lo-C Fourth avenue, umon 283.
Iir. William H. Carl, dentist, eoraer
Twenty third street and Fifth a venue.
Insist on getting Range! bread, tlie
cnly machine made bread In the city.
if you use Ball Bine, i;-t Red Cross
Hall Blue. Large i z. package only
Double oven four-hole gas stoves,
$15 each. Connections made free.
People's Power company.
Yellow clot hex arc tm Sightly. Keep
them white with Red Cross Blue. All
grocers sell large - ounce packages
Beats fon the grand concert by the
famous student's chorus of the uni-vei.-ity
of Land now on sale al the
Harper House pharmacy.
Moonlight excursion on the steam
er J. S. given by Sired Railway Km
ployes local union No. Tuesday
erening, July 5th. Everybody invited.
Dr. P. P. Purdue ha:; moved his of
fice and residence to 4 1 1 M Twentieth
street. He will be pleased lo prompt l
attend calls day or night. Both
Judge Parmenter, in his office at the
count building, this morning ofAeia
ted tit the marriage of lames P. Block,
of Pana, III., iini Miss Mary B.
Wheeler. i,f New Salem. III.
As soloist with the Swedish Student
chorus of the University of Lund,
Sweden, appears John Par SOU, bari
tone of the Royal Opera. Stockholm.
His appearance alone should be
enough to fill the Chautauqua hail
In tiie police court toTlaV ""Relit ll
Morris was fined : for drunkenness
and Walter Bradshaw. Charles Trent
and James Haley were fined for dis
orderly conduct, 'lie former I WO $.Yl
each and tin- lattt r 1 100. All were
sent t the county jail in default of
pav mei't .
Alexander Bush, the colored man
against whom a charge id" assault and
battery was preferred by F. W. Gould-
er. was not lined, as slated
in i lie po
court Item yesterday.
Was fit for 11 o'clock
PfrrttfcKS W0KL0 HktJSSl
UnHLY PRAISEO BY ALL WHO HAVE USED IT
One w . I I-k nowrn person's letter out of many-.
What LABOR LEADER MAYER SCHOENrTUft
writes - npwtotk warcn j-j iowv
DTA1 IV A RnflWTnTHF 1AR0R
m CLASS. The fact that it is W f
recommended for tts efficacy Avy
IN CASES OF RHEUMATISM.60UT.wsT
NL'JsALGIA.CCLDS.lUMBAGO.PAINS IN CHEST,
JOINTS & SIDE. BACKACHE. INFLUENZA and
kindred complaints by the TESTIMONIAL
I have seen, Of EMINENT PtfY5iaACj.ot
many distinguished PERS0NA6E5,of
PROMINENT MINISTERS, and of LEADING
whnle DRUGGISTS. SPEAKS FOR IT
SELF. It cannot be too highly recommended
A2 CLINTON ST.
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IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
glj glsfc Thousand Hollar Paid
I or m K'anry I. tit if I obaiTO,
The biggest purc hase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the west by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis. Peoria.
111., for his celebrated Single Hinder
rigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to lie fancy
selected tobacco. This no doubt
makes the Lewis factory the largest
holder in the United States of tobacco
of so high a grading. Peoria Tran
script. iK c. 21. IMS.
John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealers In single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings. Ve
neered and Hardwood Flooring of all
Dealer in single and double strength
Window Glass. Polished Plate. Hoveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311 and 329
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.
tne prosecuting witness failed to put
in an appearance the proceeding was
The Clinton high bridge was severe
ly damaged from the effects of Sunday
evening's storm. Two spans adjacent
to the island shore were carried
away by the force of the gale and the
damage thus occasioned will be con
siderable. Fortunately the portion
spanning the channel was left intact
and navigation will not therefore be
interfered with. The bridge is only
usea a.; a wagon and root passenger
structure and if; not crossed by any
railroad, so iLar no great mconven
: nee will be suffered except to those
using the bridge for local traffic.
J. II. Keystr, secretary of the Y.
M. C. A., has secured Paul Brunei
has his assistant for the months of
July and August while the association
!s without a physical director, the
position having been made vacant
about a week ago by the resignation
of H. E. Shiffer. The association is
in correspondence with various parties
for the purpose of getting a competent
physical director and it is thought that
one will Lave Been appointed by Sep
tember. A competent physical direc
tor and secretary for the Y. M. C. A
are positions difficult to fill. There are
more positions than there are men
A large number of Y. ftf. C. A. build
itigs being erected causes the supply
of these officers to be in demand.
GOLDSMITH LEAVES BAKE
ED SCHOEDE SUCCEEDS HIM
Frank P. Goldsmith resigned today
as teller Of the People's National bank
with which institution he has been
identified 11 years, beginning as mes
mm ITT Ihiv. in devote himself to the
business of the firm of Goldsmith tfc
T.I".... pm! ..ui'.t,, ,r,' i 1 1 i r r:t 1 1 c lit
.11 I I.. , , 1. ill . I , ...... w
which he Is senior member. Mr. Gold
smith leaves tonight for Chicago for
a vacation of three weeks, the first one
he has had in years, lie will take a
nod rest before entering actively
upon his new business relation.
He is siicc- led in the position of
teller at the bank by Edward YV
Sehoede. chief assistant in the office
of Circuit Clerk G. W. Gamble. Mr
Sehoede has heed in the circuit c lerk's
office 10 years, during which period, in
addition to looking after his duties
be has found time to Study law. ex
lectins to he admitted to the liar in
the spring. He is a young man who
enjoys a wide popularity with the pro
fessional and business people of the
city, all of whom will extend congrat
ulations on his climb into the linancial
world. Sam Ryerson has been pro
the position of deputy clr-
AT THE HOTELS
At the Rock Island (European) J.
A. Burns, New York: If. It. Russell, ft
ll. Harrison, Chicago; J. Cohen. H.
Dukehart, New York; F. A. Johnson.
Cambridge: L. M. Luther, K. Reaney.
the Miasm Jones, Columbus Junction:
1. Y. Haven, Monmouth; John Mc
Gregor. Sherrard; ( Irace Gibbs. Heards
town: G. Cuddy. Rock Island: A. G.
Sweet, Coda; C 15. Williams, Cam
bridge: H. M earns, Abingdon; L. Heg-
berg. Rockford; r. K. ( arty. Center
Junction, Iowa: John Peterson. Orion
Olace Kahne, New Windsor; Julia
Rtoltaman, ESmma Btoltzman, Musca
tine; lr. Munnon, Sherrard; J.M.Ash
ley and wife, Clinton; James Jelly anil
wife, Clinton: George C. Johnson. Ke
wanee; George II. Howe, Kewanee;
John Stairlic. Vic- Berglund, Aaron
Peterson. Amos Burch, Cambridge;
Benjamin Heigh, Sherrard: George W.
Allen, New York.
Licensed to Wed.
James (). Hasson St. Paul
Mrs. Learn Gordon Vol land
William Edward Opt en berg
.lis-; Mary Ellen Garrison
John Nelson Rock Island
Miss Cleada L. Lankston..Rock island
James F. Block Pana. III.
Miss Mary L Wheeler. New Salem. III.
Members of Mystic Workers lodge
No. :." are request d to attend the
funeral of the late Worthy Paul Muel
ler. of 2.Ms Sixth avenue, at 11 a. m.,
The Real Weakness of Russia.
In ooaaeojoeaoe of the frequent and
terrible famines thro: ghoul Russia
during last years the pooi people suf
fered terribly from bisu T.ciency of
fcKjd. Thc-ii the Si-c-ret of Russia's
weakness is foand in Its i!!-fetcd pop
ulation. Good food is csscnt al to
bealtb and strength, anl even In our
own country there are- Ihousuads of
persons starving theuiaelves became
hey are afraid to at. afraid Of the
pain and distress thai always follows,
if these pel simi would only take Hos-
iter's Stomac h Hitters they would
iM'ti notice a great imimivement. It
s the- best medicine in the world for
i we ak stomach and cures dyspepsia,
ndigestion, constipation, heartburn,
etching, cramps, diarrhcx-a. insomnia
and liver irouMes. We hope every
-ick man and woman will try it at
nice and see for themselves.
Safeguard the Children.
NeMwithstanding all that is done by
boards f health and charitably iiul. ti
nt M-rsons. the dc-ath rate among
small children is very high during the
hot weather of the summer months in
the large cities. There is not prob
1L one esse of bowel r.-.mplaint in a
hundred, however, that ronld not be
BOted by the timely use of Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. For sale by all leading druggists.
LIFE STORY OF
Cedar Rapids Gazette: From rich
es to rags, luxury to want, the pesdnl
urn of fate has swung from extreme in
its regulation of the life time of "Mon
aker Mike," hobo, erst Horace Ed
wards, gentleman. Today a pariah, os
tracised from home and former as
sociations. a derele-ct tossed ruthlessly
about on life's stormy seas. Edwards
was 10 vears ago a leader in the smart
set of a western city.
Scion of an aristocratic New York
family that traced its lineage back to
the Mayflower landing. Edward's name
was in itself an open sesame to the
most exclusive drawing rooms oi tne
city he had chosen as the scene ot nis
professional career after being gradu
ated from an eastern university.
Wealth, and the prestige associated
with the family escutcheon, placed
Edwards on a plane of society equality
with the first families.
At this time Edwards was about 22
vears of age. and in the first flush of
vigorous young manhood. His tall
erect well-knit ngure. handsome iace.
dark wavy hair and deep brown eyes
were masculine attractions that caused
flutter in more than one femenine
heart. His bearing anil deportment
.vere that of a courtier. His conversa
ion was brilliant and reflected the
Hilish and thoroughness of a splendid
Thus it was that society welcomed
bim with open arms.
It was Edwards who escorted the
most charming of the younger set t
dinner or the ball room. Ambitious
mammas with marriageable daughters
angled skillfully to land him on the
matrimonial hook. To the credit of
the young ladies be it said
that the task was not entirely de
olved upon the anxious mothers. For
with the indefinable and eloquent, al
though mute language that is spoken
alike by blue eyes and by brown they
expressed favor for Edwards.
Howeve r. Horace Edwards was gift
d with a vein of good common sense.
Having me-t none that conformed
with his mind-pictured ideal he kept
free from the entangling mesnes oi
the matrimonial ne-t. He spent a few
lours each day at his office awaiting
Clients who came not, and followed
the routine of social life week after
week, until one day he met his Eve
A month after both disappeared and
never returned. society was ohm
alarmed, then shocked, and finally the
mystery was engulfed in oblivion.
Yesterday afternoon when a Rock
Island freight train pulled into the
Cedar Rapids yards at Epley, a for
lorn, wretched specimen of humanity
crawled from a box car. Just s tramp
that was all. You can see scores of
them any day in a railroad yard. Hut
omehow this tramp was even pictur
sqne in his misery and squalor. His
tattered garments covered a form thai
showed evidences of a one-time splen
lid manhood. Through the stain of
tissipstion could be discerned lines of
decayed refinement. The drunken leer
i versp read in g the features could not
hide- t rsice-s of former culture. The
picture presented was an admixture of
omedy, pathos and the tragedy of a
shattered life of promise.
Monaker Mike" was in that state
f quasi-forgetf ulness thai "white
line" induces through benumbine se n
sibilities. That trip down the line had
teen tedious. Twice he fell asleep
and narrowly escaped the wheel a
What if he had gone' under, who would
have cared? Who cares for "Monaker
And those- awful gnawing pangs of
hunger. He- had tried to get work al
that last farm house, -but the people-
'old him to find bread where his whis
ky came from. And they turned t he-
dog on bim. But be was used to that.
Once a man is down and the whole
world delights in keeping him there.
Kind words and assistance are only
for those who do not need them. Then
eep. nature's sweel gift to prince and
beggar alike, came to Mike, and he
In fancy Mike was home again. He-
stood in frout of n Imn
sion. The warm glow of brililanl il
turn nations, the sweel perfume m
roses and carnations and the witching
enchantment of music came to him
from the open windows and heralded
society s swav. Some ,,...,.
force impelled Mike to join the party
of arriving guests and enter. To him
the footman was effusive in greeting
to a point of servilitv. Mike naSa bi
way straight to the- drawing room. In
tne center or a group stoinl a slender
girl in white. She recognized Mike!
Summoning his courage the tramp ad
vanced toward the blue-eyed girl, wor
ship and adoration thrilling his soul.
"Oh. Horace. I am so glad you have
come." she said. And than Mike n.
me inhered he was Horace Edwards.
Miss Alice Morson was a young Indy
of reputed wealth and position re
cently arrived from England. The
young people had met at ball give-n
several weeks before. Their acoualn'-
mce had ripened rapidly into friend
ship, and each had begun to realize '
this evening that thev were all the
WOfM to each other. And it was In
the conservatory that Edwards toln '
Alice Morson that he loved her. and
H was there she promised to he his
Thereafter the young people were
continually in each other's company.
The engagement, then the wedding:
duly announced, society was agog with
Joyful expectation over fh" imiinlsed
brilliant event And then came a rude
shock. Horace Edward.- and Alice
Morson vanished an J were never
heard from again. Edwards' fortune
reverted to his parents, and the set
that so loug courted bim soon learned
to forget in its eager pursuit of new
The day before the disappearance
Miss Morson came to Edwards with a
confession and cancelled the engage
ment. She showed proofs of the fact
that she was the victim of an in
curable drug habit. What suffering it
cost the young woman to reveal this
secret to her lover and the anguish
that came with it to Edwards can only
be surmised. The incidents of that
scene are securely and forever locked
in Edwards' memory. He refused to
give up the woman he loved, despite
the awful consequences he knew must
inevitably result. Miss Morson plead
ed with Edwards to leave her to her
fate. This he refused to do. The girl
finally yielded, and in violation of an
inexorable law of nature the young
people were married in San Francisco
after a secret departure from home.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Edwards set sail for South
America. The young woman died in
Brazil two years ago. The union was
without issue. With his wife died the
better part of Edwards. For he is now-
irreclaimable as "Monaker Mike."
Seated on a pile of ties in the rail
road yard this is the story told by
"Monaker Mike" yesterday afternoon
to the writer, who knew of Edwards
n the days of long ago.
The steamer Verne Swain, recently
built in Stillwater. Minn., by I). N.
Swain, father of Percy Swain, arrived
here early this morning and left at
l'l o'clock for Peoria to run as an ex
cursion boat between that city and St.
Louis. The boat is a handsome craft.
and neatly fitted up. She is 2s feel
wife anil 130 feet lonir. and has 2'i
state rooms and compound and mod
ern steamtioat engines. 1 tie crew is
headed bv Percy Swain, captain: Mr
Monroe, pilot, and Charles Fischer, en
gineer. on board tne boat were a
number of invited friends of the1 cap
ain who will go to St. Louis on the
boat. The old Verne Swain, formerly
he property of the present owner of
Percy Swain, is now called the Speed
ind is plving the Mississippi out of
Ireenville. Miss. She- formerly ran be
ween this city and Clinton.
Boats down: J. S.. Gypsy, Juniata
Col. x. Mackenzie. Verne Swain
eorgie S.. Isaac Staples, Hennepin
ind Winona. Boats up: The Pur
base. J. S., Ruth. Hennepin. Dubuque
Stage of water at 6 a. m., 6.70; at
Travel on Rock Island bridge:
Teams. 1.771; street cars. 22f'..
I he Mississippi will remain at a
neatly stationary stage at Le Claire
H'ng'r H'ght Ch'ge
Line S a.m.
St. Paul 14 5.0
Red wing i f
Reeds Landing 12 4.0
La Crosse 12 C.2
P. du Chien l C5
Dubuque 18 7.6
Le Claire 10 4..r.
Davenport l " ."..7
lies Moines Rapids. . . . ::.l
Keokuk 16 r.4
St. Iuis :.0 24.3
Kansas City 21 19.4
A MICROBE CATCHER.
Promise Protection For L'nera of the
An ingenious young fellow in St.
Louis has contrived what he '.fcdieves
will be adopted as the solution to the
problem of microbe dissemination by
means of the telephone receiver.
The picture shows the principle of
the affair very clearly. A roll of spe
cially prepared material Is attached
kakitaky Bunan ancarvan.
to a reel directly below the mouth of
the telephone receiver. The material
is drawn over the receiver and fas
tened to a second reel above.
A person using the phone talks
through the material Into the receiver,
nnd when he has finished bis conver
sation any germs which may have es
caped from his system are captives in
the meshes of the material. It is a
very simple proceeding then to give
the little thumbscrew on the upper
reel a couple of turns, whereupon ma
terial and captive gferms are rolled up
carefully, and tle next talker has a
new piece of microbe catching mate
rial to talk through.
To Core a Cold la One H it
Take Laxative Bronso Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 25 cents.
CITY BRILLIANT WITH
DISPLAYS OF FIREWORKS
it you haven t got pains m your
head today you must have either been
far from the maddening crowd or else
locked yourself in the basement with
ear muffs and a blanket over your
head during yesterday.
The oldest settler has been inter
viewed and he? is unable to recall
Fourth of July celebration in Rock Isl
and that tor noise came within a mile
of the one of yesterday. During the
dav and well into the night there was
constant tiring in the business dis
trict. while during the evening in the
residence- portions of the city the fain
ilies were entertained with fireworks
parties on iheir lawns and verandas.
In South Heights residents clubbed
together and had a demonstration on
the Longview park knoll overlooking
The placing of torpedoes on the
street car tracks on Second avenue was
prohibited by the police in the evening.
after it had been carried to an ex
treme. Caps were piled up four deep
along the track, and one car while
passing Seventeenth street was jolted
so hard by tne explosion tnat it was
nearly derailed. In several places the
pavement was torn up. I Here were
few accidents when considering the
free and reckless use that was made
1 Here was complaint of young men
throwing bunches of giant crackers at
the feet of passers on Second avenue
during the evening, and if the police
could have apprehended the offenders
they would have made an example of
them. Merchants report the largest
sale of fireworks since they have been
.lames Rawson. of South Rock Isl
and, aged 20 years; right side of nose
torn open by the explosion of powder.
Christy Gottsch, Tenth street and
Eighth avenue: left fore finger lacera
ted near third joint by the explosion
of cartridge in revolver loaeled with
small piece s ed gravel; linger will
probably be saved.
William Kahlke, aged lti. son of W.
J. Kahlke, 1010 First avenue; face
powder-burned by premature explosion
of toy cannon.
NEW TELEPHONE TESTS.
Convernntioii id I.omlon Jiny B
Mwdc PoMxible by I'upiii Method.
With a view to making Improvements
in the present telephone system and to
test the invention of Professor Michael
I. Pupln of Columbia the telephone
companies with headquarters in New
York city have established lines in ac
cordance with Professor Pupin's sys
tem, and already many satisfactory re
sults have been determined.
By placing coils wound ou win at
regular intervals em a circuit Professor
I'upin found that the currenl was trans
mitted without Interference of waves or
loss of current. To apply this discov
ery practically the New York Tele
phone company has Installed an under
ground cable to Kings Bridge, the New
York and New Jersey company Is ex
perimenting with an underground line
between New York and Elizabeth and
two lines on Long Island, and the Amer
ican Telephone and Telegraph company
Is testing overhead Pupln lines to Oma
ha, St. Paul and Boston.
The first practic al application was the
laying of the cable to Kings Bridge,
which the Now York Telephone compa
ny has just completed tit tin expense of
$200,000. Some of the wires are in use
now and have satisfactorily accom
plished the results expe cted.
The American Telephone and Tele
graph company has applied Professor
Pupin's ideas to its long distance over
head lines and now has been experi
menting with them fur more than a
yonr. ihe results nave iieen generally
satisfactory, but some minor difficulties
for example, the e ffe?ct of lightning on
the Pupln wires have been encoun
tered. Professor Pnpin expec ts that his new
system will revolutionize the construc
tion of telegraph cables and make pos
sible telephone communication between
New York and London. Heretofore what
is known as the "resistance" of the ca
ble has made telephoning across the
ocean an impossibility. Even in ocean
telegraphy if the speeel of transmission
is accelerated beyond a certain point
the sounds are confused at the other
end of the wire on account of this re
sistance. It Is toward the overcoming
of this resistance that Professor Pupln
has spent several years or stuay, re
search and experiment.
H. J. TOHKR.
A. L ANDRRSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 1C0 Main Street.
Men r Tan IKuia 1
HS raV& One
We're going to sell lots of them this
season, and to make sure of it we
tart off with some- extraordinary of
fers. Sou can buy a Refrigerator here
as little as SS.25. I he lee chamber
holds 40 pounds of ice. Come and see
AUemMvers & Company
Chicago, July 5. Following
ipenimr, highest, lowest and
i uota tfona in today's markets:
a re t h
Julv. x.-,. ST. x.-,4. X7-V
September, 1 . sr:. 81; B2.
December, si. :5. M7. RZVi
Corn. Julv. 47, IS14. 4T'. si.
Kept. -nidi i. 4s;',. 41i . iv-s,. 4s7,.
December, 4:'. 4r,is,. 4:.. 4.".Vi
Sep t em be r,
'" 1 .. , r. 7 ',.
12. :2-. S2, S2.
IS.S7, 13.02. 12.07.
I2.SS; 13.:::.. 1 2. IS, 13 22.
MS, 7 ir,. 7.1s.
7.30. 7.32. 7 2:.. 7.27.
July. 7.r,o. 7.r,j.
Beptember, 7.77. 7.12. 7.72. 7.77.
Keeipts today: Wheat 2.i, DOTH .",(."..
oats EM, It OK lS,eSS, cattle ll.ou".
beep 7. imiii.
Estimated receipts Wednesday: Wheat
14. corn 257 oats 195, hKH 2s.n.
Mug market opened strong to cents
higher. Light S.206&.SS, mixeil ami
butchers .i' -i fi.&S, gooii heavy .".2"4i
rough heavy ."..2i4t 5.JS.
Catc- market opened strons to in
Sheep market opened strong to l
Hows: At Km e citv. 10.000, rattle
10.0 Hobs: At Omaha. 2.00i. catlle
I'. S. Yarel!. ft:4S a. in. ;ig market
troajc 5 to ic cents niftier. Light 6.25
'1 mix-d anil butchers 5.250 5. S16,
ood heavy 5.2541 roiih heavy T,.2f
Cattle market xtrong. 10 cents' high
Beev : 3.5'ii : 70. Texas xtecrx IMI
:. C0, cow'1 and lu lfers L404I 4 vi,
stock - and feeders .30494.75.
She. market str.ii Co 10 cents
Hog mrrltet clos i moetljr 10 cents
l.ighcr. Llgl t '.-J''..:."." -nixd and
batchers 2Y4SrV4e, good heavy f.2'. 4
- 2 r-i.i" ' ry r-r' r. '
catt!-- aarke1 closed best a shade
turner. ohers unchanged
Sheep market closed strong.
New York aOaafcaa
New York, July 5. Following are the
snowing some very
in Men's Tan Russia
made expret-ely for
on tome uew last.
f the new effects is the
narrow pointed toe, fiat last
blucher, with military heel, call
These Improved Jewel Gasolin
Stoves are sine to make happiness in
the home. They're especially desirable-
in hotter weather, of course, hut
ire of great value the year 'round.
We are making' some very low
prices on them to add to the other at
tractions of the stoves.
a - r per House.
( losing quotations oa the New York
New York. Julv :.. Sugar 12X'. Man
C K. 1. He 1. 21 7i. Southern Pa
clfic 47, li. & O. 81 , Atchison com
mon 74'4. Atchison preferred '.M'.i,. C.
at. v si. p. 4G '.4. Manhattan 150, Cop
per r.o4. w. U. Tel Co, . N. Y. Cen
tral 11'.. La A N. 1I1A. C. A A. 3K.
Itc-ading common 4S. Canadian Pacific
125'A. B It. T. 4'. Pacific Mail 27",,.
V. s! Steel preferred 564. it. s. steel
common lo',,. pinna 116. Missouri
Pacific t2. union Pacific 91, Coal A
Iron Sa, Brte common 24. C. & c; w.
14. Illinois Central 1324. Car Foun
dry 1616. Republic Sfe.i preferred 42.
Republic Stci I common C'j.
tOI'AI, MAIIKKT CO.lITIONM.
Toelny's lHi(.n(lons on Provisions, l.lve
Stoek. Peed sod Fuel.
Hock Island, July f.. Following sre
lie- wholesale limitations on the local
ma rket :
I 'roe lulonn.
Butter Creamery ixcu 20c, dairy 12c
Kggs Fresli 1 4c.
l.lve Poultry Spring chickens $3
$3.."0 per dozen; hens He per pound;
turkeys I0- per pound; ducks xc; geese
Vegetables New pOtS fOSt II.
Cattle Steers $4.r,o0: cows and
heifers t34.&0; calves S3cU$4.
Hogs Mixed and butchers t4.7r,'.e
She.-p Yearlings or over $34c S4.5o:
lamhs 13.50 'n
I'eed und I'uel.
Oral a- Corn 66cSSc; oats 43n4Ge.
Forage - Timothy hay J 1 . i , ' nral-
rle U'u $1..".0: straw SS.&049i7.50.
Wood Hard, per load. $5.r.O.
Coal I.umti. tier bushel. 14c: slack.
per bushel. 7c.
Baby Bleeps and Brown, while mam
ma retn if Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea Ik grtOB. it's the greatest baby
medicine ever offered luving, mothers.
25 rents, tea or tablets. T. H. Thomas'
news all the time THE