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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JTJLT 25, 1912.
The War Fifty Years Ago
A New Army Organized In Front of Washington.
Formed Out of Scattered Forces and Led by Gen
eral John Pope Its First Object the Defense of
the National Capital; the Second, to Threaten and
Perhaps Help Attack Richmond "Stonewall" Jack
son Retraces His Steps and Marches North From
Richmond, Heading For the Shenandoah Valley.
Both Belligerents Choose Gordonsville as a Goal.
By Ciptln CEO. L. KILMER. Lata O. S.
WHILE tbe armies o rider Mc
Clellan and Ie stood
scowling at each other on
tbe banks of tbe James river
tlow Richmond lo July. 1&12, a new
I'ederal army organization took the
Held la froot of Washington. Thla
the command of General Joba
I'oe, known aa tbe "Army of Vir
ginia." Pope's soldiers bad seen service.
They were encamped at Manasaaa.
Fredericksburg and in tbe Sbenandoab
valley. Their old leaders BasAs. Mc
Dowell and Sljcel led them oa the
municatibos.' "Tbe main "oTrlalona "of
General Pope'a army were at Cnlpep
er Court House and Fredericksburg.
Culpeper Court Blouse la about sev
enty miles from Washington and equal
ly distant from Ricnmond. Tbe route
crosses tbe Long bridjee at Washtag-
I ton. tbeace through Alexandria. Fair
fax. Manassas. Warrenton. etc. Fred
ericksburg is connected with Wash
ington by stenmbo.it navigation on tbe
Potomac to Aquin creek, thence by
railroad, fifteen n:iies. to Fredericks
burg, which Is sixty miles by railroad
from Richmond. General Pope, al
though not personally In the field un
til the 27th of July, had been engaged
In concentrating bis forces.
A show of force bad been kept up
In tbe Sbenandoab valley and east of
tbe Blue Ridge by the Confederate
government throughout tbe month of
slble for any Injury doue to track, line! July, the period of "Stonewall" Jack
or road or for any attacks on trains or! son's absence, chiefly for the purpose
stragglers by bands of guerrillas In I of preventing re-enforcements to Gen
their neighborhood. In cases of dam-j era! McClellan. Tbe knowledge which
age to roads tbe citizens within flvej it bad of the position and strength of
miles would be turned out in mass to the Federal forces east and west made
repair the damape. If a soldier or i It manifest that no re-enforcements to
legitimate follower of the army was
fired upon from any bouse tbe same
should be razed to tbe ground.
Confederatei Aroused to Retaliation.
By another order a!l disloyal citizens
within the lines of the army or within
reach of its respecUTe officers were to
be arrested at once. Those tnVtnirth
inarches which brooch t them together I 0ta of 4neK,atK aBd sufficient
along the itappnbannock and Rapldan I BwnlritT for itM .bservance were to be
In July and August. lt!. i conducted to the south, beyond tbe ex-
Tbe new army under General Pope , trKBe pJcketB aDd lf apain fonnd aBy.
numbered Mfum men after taking In , wlOTe wltnln the )n9 wpre to
20.010 from west era Virginia under . tted as spies and subjected to the
General X. P. Banks and General J. C
Fremont. Fremout resigned In a bnff
because be did not want to serve
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extreme rigor of military law.
Tbe Confederate government by way
of retaliation Issued an order declar
ing that General I'ope and tbe com-
the Army of the Potomac would come
from any other quarter than tbe re
gion about Washington.
"Stonewall" Jackson's Bole.
It was resolved to abandon the de
fensive policy at Richmond and to re
peat tbe exploit whicb General Jack
son bad performed by driving General
Banks out of the Shenandoah valley In
May, on a scale of national magnitude.
Rumors were afloat that Tennessee.
Kentucky and tbe whole of Virginia
were to be recovered at once. Mary
land liberated from her oppression and
not only Washington and Baltimore
captured, but also Harrisburg and
Philadelphia In the east and Cincin
nati In the west. It was an audacious
enterprise for the people situated like
missioned officers .serving under bim;tho(, Q the Confed(?rate gUte9 at
" ' "ol 10 ue ; that time. Measures were Immediately
noiuiers ouu inereiure noi euiuieu ic
adopted for the execution of these
General McClellan was to be left to
patlM frnm th nnlftanls without anV
the capture of Major General Pope 01 i further attackj( tnan were necessarT to
tbe benefit of cartel for tbe parole of
furore prisoners of war.
"Ordered, further, tbat In the event ot
Q by the Patriot Publishing company.
OENERar. K. S. IWCM,, C S. A., A DTVI- ;
SHIN LFAI'F.B in "htonkwall" jack- I
BON'S A It MY
tinder an officer who was his inferior
In ranii. Ills place was filled by 'Gen
eral Franz Sl'l. who, like Pope, bad
"come from tbe west."
ITovel Army Orders.
General Pofio's Introduction of him
self to the eastern troops was unique.
any commissioned ottlcer serving un
der bim the captive so taken shall be
held in close confinement so loug as the
orders aforesaid xhall continue in force
and unreealed by the competent mili
tary authority of the United States
and tbat in the event of the murder of
an unnrmed citizen or Inhabitant ot
this Confederacy by virtue or under
pretense of the oriier hereiu before re
cited it shall be the duty of the com
nmiiding general of the forces of this
Confederacy to cause Immediately to
t banged out of the commissioned of
ficers prisoners aa aforesaid a number
equal to that of our own citizens thus
murdered by the enemy."
Pope'a original plan of campaign for
the new army was to advance toward
Richmond along the route which later
became known as the overland line-
cover their real designs, and their own
forces were to be prepared for an lm
mediate movement northward. The
Confederate forces at this time were
greater than ever. Not fewer than
1.VXO0O men were at Richmond and in
communication with It All this force,
excepting a strong corps of observa
tion In the vicinity of Richmond, was
to be precipitated at once upon Mary
The preparations to advance Into
Maryland whicb were making at Rich
mond were imme.ate!y known at
Washington and awakened great anx
iety. An order was Issued to General
J. D. Cox In western Virginia to send
bis main forces with all possible dis
patch by railroad to Join General Pope
on tbe Rappahannock. To facilitate
the withdrawal of the army from Bar-
a zew oblong bole In a blank poet
card, place It over the postcard 70a
mean to write oa and write your mes
sage In the boles. ,Then take tbe upper
card off and write some natural read
ing sentences round tbe cipher words.
Any Inquisitive person reading the
card when It reaches year correspond
ent's house will find a message of no
interest whatever. Only your corre
spondent himself or herself can read
the real message, and that by placing
on the card a blank card cut In exactly
the same way as your own. Pearson's
Daily United States Weather Map
Ton enn do In a second what It takes
rears to get over regretting, New
Xotlne or Ftnai Settlement.
Estate of RudolDhua J. R Baker, de
Public notice is hereby riven that the
undersigned. Alice D. Baker, has this
day filed her final report a.nd settlement
as such In the probate court of Rock
Island count-, and hearing on M re
port has been set for the 31st day of
juiy. jiz. ai v o ciock a. at which
time perons interested may appear and
mane oojeciions inereio, and It no ob
jections are filed, said report will he
uypruveu i inai ume, ana ine unaer
signed will ask for an orier of dis
tribution, and wlU also ask to be dis
Rock island IU., July , m.
ALICE D. BAKER. Executrix.
Jackson. Huret & Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of Maria Hueslngr. deceased.
The undersiccned navinz been at-
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Maria Hueslna-. late of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear Terore the Hon. Benjamin
Bell. Judge of the probate court of Rock
Island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at
the September term, on the first Mon
day in September next, at which time
all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 11th day of July, A. D. 1912.
ANNA HUESING. Executrix.
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rldian Ume. Air pressure reduced to sea level. I J - X.
Isobass (continuous lnes pass through ppinta XwsS Oj. X
of eoual ! pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines! y-ftT & Jo i 9.4
pass through point? of equsl tnmpera'.ure; drawn .yJ O Z,rs.O T
only for sero, froeitng. and iai. . f-lGH 7) E.Vnr -A
O clear: Q partly cloudy; O cloudy; M 7 ' M JJJS ZS'Zt
rain: snow; report missing. .L A n flAT.
Arrows flv with tbe wind. First figures, lowest OJ3
temperature past 12 hours; second, precipitation
of .01 Inch or more for past 24 hours; third, maxi
mum wind velocity.
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Estate of Mary L. Sudlow, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Mary L. Sudlow, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear befohe the Hon. Benja
min Bell. Judge of the probate court of
Rock Island county, at the probate
court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the September term, on the first Mon
day In September next, at which time
all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated fith day of July. A. D. 191!.
HUGH E. CURTIS. Executor.
In general orders assuming command 1 mac under McCleilun. wlilch was al
Grant in 1WV1 when he unrobed fron. a demonstraHon aplllnst the enemT
the Itapidan to Kkhmond. lie expect GwMnX p wa8 orlered to lgh .
ed to do this In con. ert w than attack b,s forw Rappahannock
upon the Confederate defenders o? Rapldan and thns
un uiuouu V, uc .-v iuy i c thr.t.n rnlnnnlll r.nrdnnxTllle Is
ready in contact with them.
It was the original program for the
j about twenty-five miles south of Cnl
I peer and ten miles south of the Rap-
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wnere we nave aiwaya s.-en tne ocks , man n or .-ne.;u irrm ciwe. - As above ..stonewnlr Jaf.k.
of o.ir enemies; fr.-n an army whose , corps lu June to cw.p-rate wi ; 1 .k- gnn .as nlrp8(,v at (;ordonSTllle. and
business It has been to srek an a-1- , cieliaa In bis campaign on the Cbicka-, ,n tat rpIn,tv wxt cJash f arm9
versar, and lnt him when found; hominy 1 be man ii of Mcliowell had n nortnerD Virginia was to come. On
the very day that Pope reached tbe
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. DAVEXPORT. MOLIVE AXD 1CIXITV.
Generally fair tonight and Friday. Slightly cooler tonight.
defense. In but one Instance has the
riietny U-en able to pla-e our western
armies In a defensive attitude. 1 pre
sume 1 have been called here to pur
sue the snine system and to lend you
Bltalnst the enemy. It Is my purpose
to do so. and that spoed'ly.
"I am sure you lonir for an oppor
tunity to win tbe distinction yon are
transfer from tbe Shenandnah valley
General Lee's New Campaign.
front at Culpeper Court Hruiso and as
sumed personal command of ihe new
combination of troops General A. P.
Hill started from Richmond with his
To meet this possible advance of : division to re-enforce Jackson wherever
Dew army under a new leader jacu- ; he should overtake htm
son, with bis own and General It. S
K well's divieions. was ordered to re
trace bis steps at'd proceed from Itich-
capaMe of achieving. That opportunity 1 mttnA toward Gordonsville on July i:i.
I eball endeavor to Rive you. in tue
rncntiMme 1 desire y-ui to dismiss cer-
Other Events of the Week.
Fifty years ago July 22 President
1 Lincoln Issued a special order to tbe
tain phrases I am sorry to find much
lo vogue among you. I bear con
stantly of tnWln strong positions and
holding them of lines of retreat and
bases of supplies. Let us discard such
"The strongest position a soldier
should desire to occupy Is one from
which be enn ruost easily advance
against the enemy. I,et us study the
probable line of retreat of our oppo
nests ati'l leave our own to take care
of lte!f. I.ct us look I fore us and
not behind. Success and glory are fu
tbe advance I'isaster and sbsme lurk
In the rear Let us act 00 this under
standing, and It Is safe to predict that
your banners sIihII be luserilied with
many a glorious deed and that your
names will I dear to your country
Subsequent orders tssried by General
Pope at this time indicate the manner)
In which be proposed to conduct the
campaign, aa follows: j
"Hereafter In any operations of the'
cavalry forces In this command no sup-!
fily or baggage trains of any descrip- 1
tloo will be used unless so stated espe
cially in the order for the movement
Two days' cooked rations will he car
ried on the persons of the men. and
all villages and neighborhoods through
which they pass will he laid ODder
contribution for tbe subsistence of men
Movements of cavalry must alwsys
be made with celerity, and no delay
In sucb movements will be excused
hereafter on sny pretext Whenever
tbe order for the movement of any
portion of the army emanates from
these headquarters tbe time of march
ing and that to be consumed la the
execution of the daty will be speria
cally designated, ar.d no departnra
therefrom will be permitted to pass
on noticed without tbe gravest and
most concinatve ressons."
Another order was Issued declaring
tbat the Inhabitants along the lines
of railroad and telegraphs and the
routes of travel would Ua .hsJu.respoa-
I'pon reaching tbat vicinity Jacksou j anu to 8Uhslst off tbe enemy's re-
crtaiued tbat the force under Gen 1 80Urces while operating in Confederate
Nottre of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, September term,
1912. In Chancerv.
Albert K. Shocrren. JoseDh E. ShOB-ren.
Peter N. Shogrt n. Esther N. Carlson and
Hfim J. htioffren, complainants, vs.
Karl H. I.underen. Evelvn Lundsrren.
t'liilr Lundgren, Oscar Lundgren, and
Central Trust & Savings Bank of Rock
isiana. ju., oeiendants.
Affidavit of non-residence of Earl H.
Lundgren, Evelyn Lundsrren, Clair
Lundicren snd Oscar Lunduren, Implead
ed with the above defendant. Central
Trust & Savings Rank of Rock Island.
III., having been Died In the clerk's of
fice of the circuit court of satd county,
notice is therefore hereby- given to the
said non-reeldent defendants that the
complainants filed their bill of com
plaint In said court, on the chancery
fide thereof, on the 25th day of July
1312. and that thereupon a summons is
Jii"il out of said court, wherein said suit
Is now pending, returnable on the third
Monday In the month of September
next, as is by law required.
ow. unless you. the said non-resident
fendants above named. Earl H. Lund-
Kr"n. Evelyn Lunda-ren. Clair Lundgren
n.l usi-ar Lundgren. ehall personally he
nd appear before said circuit court, on
he first day of the next term thereof, to
be holrten at Rock Island in and for
aid county, on the third Monday In
September next, and dead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters
and things therein charged and stated
will hp taKen as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to
me prayer or saifl Mil.
OEORGK W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. July 25. 1912.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford. comDlain-
The storm center that was yester
day over Michigan has moved to the
coast of Maine and has been attended
by showers in the lake region tffid tbe
middle Atlantic sections. The north
western of high pressure overlies Sas
katchewan, Manitoba and the upper
Missouri valley and the attendant cool
er temperatures prevail as far south
eastward as northern Illinois. The air
pressure remains low on the Rocky
mountain plateau and light 6howers
have occured on the north Pacific
coast and the eastern Rocky mountain
slope and In the lower Missouri valley.
The eastward movement of the north
western high will be attended by gen
erally fair weather In this vicinity to
night and Friday, with slightly cooler
High. Low. Prep.
Atlantic City 70 60 .02
Boston 78 B8 .00
Davenport 94 65 .00
Denver 84 68 .06
Jacksonville 96 80 .00
Kansas City 96 72 .24
New Orleans 92 76 .00
New York 72 60 .00
Norfolk 70 .00
St. Louis 96 76 .00
St. Paul 84 64 .00
San Diego 72 64 .00
San Francisco 66 56 .00
Seattle 68 56 .2(1
Washington D. C. ..70 62 .62
Winnipeg . . .- 70 54 .00
Yellowstone park . . 68 .06
Flood. Height Chng.
St. Paul 14 2.1 x0 3
Red Wing 14 1.6 0.0.
Reeds Landing ....12 1.5 0.0
La Crosse 12 3.1 0.1
Prairie du Chien ...18 4.1 0.1
Dubuque 18 5.0 0.1
Lansing 18 8.6
Le Claire 10 2.4 0.1
Davenport 15 4.7 0.1
A falling tendency In the Mississippi
will prevail from below Dubuque to
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
l:",yv -- 1 C Vft
GENERAL JOHN POrE. V. 8. A.. AND GENERAL IRYIN MDOWEX,U
C. 8. A.. LEADERS IN FRONT OF WASHINGTON.
era I Pop was snpetior to his own. but territory. General H. W. Halleck
the uncertainty tbat then aurrouuded reached Washington, having been snm-
tbe designs of McClellan rendered it mooed from Corinth. Miss., by Presi
lueidlent for I-ee to re-enforce him dent Lincoln.
from the army at Richmond. Assist- I On Jnly 23 Federal cavalry belonging
ance was promised, however, should ; to General Pope's army severed the
the advance of General Poe make It ' Confederate railway communications
easy to strike an effectual blow with ' on tbe Virginia Central north of Rich
out withdrawing the Confederate ' mond. General N. B. Forrest's Con
troops too long from the defense of tbe J federate cavalry destroyed the Nash-
rr-. r- - 1 . 1 .
Landing, coutloaing to nuulfest no In
tention of resuming active operations,
and General Pope's advance having
reached the Rapidan. General A. P.
nill, with bis division, was ordered
from Richmond on July 27 to Join
General Jackson. At tbe same time.
vllle railroad bridge after capturing the
Harrison's Federal garrison. The bridge was a
link In tbe Federal army -communica
tions between Nashville and Louisville.
President Lincoln on Jnly 26 warned
all persona to cease aiding the Con fed
eracy. Thla was the sixty days' notice
required by the confiscation act ef Jnly
12. The British governraeat advised
In order to keep McClellan stationary !
at Harrison's landing or. lf possible,
to csus him to withdraw from tbe
James river. General D. II. HUL com
mandlng south of the James, was di
rected to threaten the Federal com-
Canada t prepare for self defense
against tbe Cnlted States. One cause
f alarm was President Lincoln's rec
ommending of a ship canal which
would enable warships to sail from tha
Atlantic to tbe Mississippi via tbe lakes.
ClmIs Cipher' ftystwir 'I hf!lrp
Postcard Masagas Private.
Postal cards would undoubtedly be
la much greater demand than they are
I t purposes of corres;w,nilence but for
t.n fact thl f l.y nr. . ... m . il.y ilill
are oped ta'sH through whose bands pen nnd the key to a short message
they may pas. Tet this objection U i written In the "trellis" or "grill" cipher
easily overcome. It Is extremely simple, and thousands
There are some beautifully simple of pple use It to baffle folks who take
ciphers that are almost impossible for I an Interest In the contents of post
any one not in the seeret to read. Only ; cards.
by lack, for instance, can even the e.x- To use it all jou have to do is to cot
By wire from E. W. Wagner & Co . pgs 6.507.80, heavy 7.308.05, good
Irrain. provisions, oiucub aiiu v w - v. .
Local offices at Hock Island house. Rock
Island. 111. Chicago ofiice, 98-99-100.
Board of Trade, Local telephones. No.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Ooun-
In the Circuit Court of said countir.
To the September term. A IX 1912. m
thanrery. Chancery Bill for Relief.
General No. 63"8.
Georare A. Lyon, trustee In bankrunt-
cy of the estate of Joslah L. Roblnaon,
complainant, vs. Jootah L Robinson,
Ada fstone Robinson. Frd J. Kraft, Mu
tual Wheel company, a corporation: L
G. Willis, trustee In bankruptcy of the
estate of the R"blnson-MUler company,
a corporation; William E. Fry, trustee
in bankruptry of the Robinson Manu
facturing company. a corporation;
Frank H. Keys. Cary R. Crawford, and
George McMaster, defendants.
1 o the above named defendants.
Frank H. Keys and Pary R. Crawford:
Notice Is hereby a-lven to you and
each of you. that the above named com
pla.inant has filed in said court. In said
cause, an affidavit that you are non
residents of the state of Illinois. That
he has also filed in said court. In said
cause, a second amended bill of com
plaint against all the original parties
To sain cause, and as his second supple
mental hill thereto, bringing as new
parties defendant In said cause, you. the
said I-rank H. Keys and Tarv R. Craw
ford and said George McMaster. That
a summons In chancery has been issued
In said cause by the clerk of said court
aitalnst you. said Frank H. Keys and
Cary R. Crawford, defendants, directed
to the sheriff of said county of Rock
Island, to execute, returnable to the
nut term of said court, to be begun and
holden at the court house In the city of
Rock Island. In said countv. on the third
Monday of September. 1912. at which
time ana place you and aacn or you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to
said amended bill of complaint.
Iated at Rock Island. 111. this 4th
day of July. 1912.
UKUKUE W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of Said Court.
Bowersock. Hall A Hook: Jackson.
Hurst & Stafford, solicitors for complainants.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
July, 98 s, 98 Vi. 97, 97.
September, 93, 93, 92, 92.
December, 95, 95T8, 91Ts, 95.
July, 72. 73. 7iy2. 72.
September, C6, C6, C5, 65.
December, 57'b. 57, 56, 5C.
July, 49, 50. 49, 50.
September, 33. 34, 33, 33.
December, 35. 35', 34, 34.
July, 17.70, 17.75, 17.70, 17.75.
September, 17.85, 17.95. 17.82, 17.95.
October, 17.95, 18.00, 17.90, 1S.00.
July, closed 10.55.
September, 10.67. 10.72. 10.67, 10.67.
October, , 10.80, 10.72. 10.72.
July. 10.45, 10.52, 10.50, 10.50.
September, 10.55, 10.57, 10.52, 10.57.
October, , 10.52, 10.50, 10.50.
7.508.05, rough 7.307.50, Yorkers
Cattle strong to 10c up. Beeves 5.70
09.75, stackers 4.00 6.80, Texana 4.90
7.00, cows 2.708.00, western 5.80
Sheep slow to steady. Native 3.15
5.10, lambs 4.25 7.50, western 3.30
Close of Market.
Hogs 5c to 10c higher. Bulk 7.75
8.10, light 7.708.25, mixed 7.508.20.
heavy 7.30 8.05, rough 7.30 7.50.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 5,000 3.500 6,000
Omaha 8,400 1,100 2,900
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 14,000 1,000 9,000
EXPRESS AHT STORAGE.
RELIABLE STORAGE On first floor;
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents.
Roessler A Co., S09 Fifteenth street.
CONTRACTORS AMD BCILDER1
JJota VoUlh & Co
Ifauofacturers of Saab. Doors, Blinds
and Stairs. Interior finish of all klnda
Hardwood Vtaetr Flooring-, and deal
ers In Glass. (11 and 12! Elchtaaaca
fTh Best la tbe Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHT NINO AMD WIND
Office. 172S Third sreaiu. Rates rea
sonable. suoae. iw.Aiir..iLU
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 984 lOO'.i, No
r 96V498y4. No. 2 h 97Vi99, No. 3!Mig80Url pacific
h 9598, No. 1 na 106 111, No. 2 j r.reat Northern
ns 104108, No. 3 ns 103 106, No. 2
a 100107, No. 3 s 98106. No. 4 s 94
Corn No. 2 7373,,4, No. 2 w 7S'4
79, No. 2 y 7575"4, No. 3 72'473,
No. 3 w 77 78, No. 3 y 73 74, No.
4 7071, No. 4 w 74,475, No. 4 y 72
Oats No. 2 w 59 59 '4, No. 3 w 57
68, No. 4 w 50 50, standard 58
Wheat opened ',i lower; closed
Corn opened unchanged; closed
Wheat 2S5 215
Corn 98 27
Oata 73 33
To- Iast. Last
day Week. Year
Minneapolis 82 93 128
Duluth 7 6 56
Winnipeg 139 112 132
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 1.2C2.0fiO elo.OOO
Year ago 1.250.000 898,000
Corn today sr.o.noo 265,ooo
Year ago 473,000 410,000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 14,000; steady to 5c up. Left
over 4591. Light 7.62 9 8.15. mixed
7.5038.12, heavy 7.308.05. rough
Cattle 2,500; steady to 10c up.
Sheep 16,000; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs steady to 5c up. Li?ht 7.65
8.20, bulk 7.75 8.05, mixed 7.50 S. 15,
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, July 25. Following are
tbe quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 169
U. S. Steel preferred 112
U. S. Steel common 70
Rock Island preferred 47
3 i Southern Pacific 109
Northern Pacific 122
Louisville & Nashville 157
Smelters 83 j
Canadian Pacific 264 I
Pennsylvania 123 j
Erie 35 j
Iad '. 58 i
Chesapeake & Ohio 80 j
j Brooklyn Rapid Transit 91 '
Baltimore & Ohio 109
St. Paul 104
Lehigh Valley 167
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
July 25. Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Butter Dairy, 27c; creamery, 80o
Potatoes, $1.40 to $1.60,
Clover hay, $15.
Cabbage, 5c pound.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, $22 to $24.
Wild hay, $20 to $22.
Corn, 68c to 70c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15o; alaxa.
an 1 Chicago Dental company
have moved from Speidel's
drug store to
Hell I Lynde Biding,
over State bank.
17th St. and 2d Ave.
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