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.THE AEG US, SATTHtDAY,' SlAT 21, 1808.'
m ?. Sards J Profoskal arrow era. McCAjKBIN MoCASKSIN, Attorns at Law, i Mi Island una 'xtlsr. Bosk Msnd 0r f-- til nort; Milan onoi as bsib nn H. (l.51r.l LT. B.D. OOHHELLT. CONNELLY & CONNELLY, Attorney! ilLsw. ( Money loaned. Office over Thomas ( dnir more, cor. becocd avenue and ' Seventeenth street. 1 O. L. ANDERSEN, Real Kslate. Loan, Insurance and Collection Agency. C Room 6, ltd ford block. g ALEX H. LIODEBS, g t Attorney at Law. W Mom-v I .mh d on poixl security: " tarv p .nil rvcr I'Oi Second avenue, .51 liudinl Mo -k. ri 1 JACKSON A HUB3T, 8 a A lorn ny at Law. g i OIM II Ho Island NaiMiaa! Bank g BtilUUnc. e I WM. L. LUDOLPlf, C Attorney et Lew. J? I x It Miney to Loan. Uses- Lftf al Baal- L? seat, Notary pnnne. 1TH Beeood eye- g aua, Uaford bloflk. 2 . o. sir. a u wiib j ', BWEE5KI A WALKER. j I Attorney ecd Courts slims et Lew f Jfflee te RencaVMi tloek 1 1 I I CHAULEH J. BKARLK. J ; Stats Attorney-. i CoaBaailor et lew. Oftiee la court 1 tousa. j I i I MoKMBY A MoENZBY. ! I 1 ! Attorney at Lew. j 1 Loan money on ioo4 see)!!.: make i eolieotiooa. Retercnati, MHetetl A 1 I y(Jo, bankers. Cfflue, Klieiell 1 ' Lynd Hulloinf. CHA3. II. 1IUBHELL, Atto.noy et Law Justice of tbe Peace. . Offloe Is the City Hall. Telephone II. i I 1 VKNi'OKT, IOWA. ; pnrsiciAirj. ! P. H. FIRST, M. D. Ityalolon end Surgsoa. i lhone 4 on 1ST. Office, ICU Twen tieth street, omce Hour: JO to I a. m.; to 4 end 7 to b p.m. bunday, 8:W I to : a. m.; 1.30 to 3 p. m. i DR. CORA EMERY REED. Homoeopathic Phyalotan. i specls' attention to diseases of worn- en aiid children, also disease of cje, ? f ii', m ami throat. Umce hours ; to l'! a. m . I to 4 p. m. Kll Bis g teenlb Rtrnot, itock Inland, j DR. 8. 11. MILLER. J i Veterinary Burgeon end Dentist. j ?AII diseases of hornet and Cattle i treated ou approve! prlneiplis. Stir- 1 Ifloul oKratiou- tcrfomictl inascicn. title m, liner Hoes trcati-d All culls m proinptlv auendeo to. ticsldcnce, m Fifth avenue. Telephone I on , ifc Office and Inllni.iry, WIS Mi; if i hi I avi'nue (J im Mnuuker'a alable,) up- , pite No. I llro Iioum. i t4TIITS. j o. l. eiLvis, ! lolitt. j 'I I n etKra'atbe,lTiaSeOBlBT-l i I Hi. V. XV. CUAFTOX, O n ln-ntiL l!.m 13 nnd l Miteheil & l.ynde JjJ hi.ihli-.r Wee hours from B to U a m. q uud I to () lu. J .- ... U " ' efTnTeT. 4 J JAM KB r. 1IUUBKLL. J Arebi and tiup rlateadent U Rnwn , Mltehell Lyede eeUaieg, third Bp te . 8 rt s , V 3 o 9 t s Arehiteeu and SuperlntendeBte. eia inoek, Heeoad Bon rt ;l LOBiST. ; HFNBY QAKTJB. Pi op O OMBiaaBoek Moreerr. c . Out TTowari ead Daalfna of, al Elada ' ctv n-iee, ISR Beeowl evenna, Telf It ybone, 1619. 2 2 "For nil years I vrsi Tletlm ofdya- pepaia in its worst form. 1 ioull eat nothing cut milk touKt, und at time? my siximai-h would nut retain and divest even thut. Last March I bcean tai:ics CA.Si'AHElN and since then I hare steadily improved, until I am as well as I ever was in my life." David II. Mlupuv. Newark. O. PIeaJint. Palatable. Pnu-nt. Tarte Gonrt. ro OouU. Never hioken. Weaken, or tinpe. Iic. c. iuc. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Strtta( Krm4j t'mmpamj, thiei?, Slmtrvtl. Kw Twk. yu MA.Tfl.RAf S"11' end cinmntrert by all rtrng kU'I UDA ll gisu to tV KK Tobacco Uabiu LIXIAL. Exeeotor'ii Notice, Estate of Eiiabeth A. llowmun. deceased. The uniler-itmcd hiivint; been apiviinted exe eulorof the hist will unci testament of Klij heth A. Itownian. hue of the county of Koek Lslund. Htaie of Illinois (iceeosetl. hereby Kives notiee that be will appear before the county court of lioek IslaTul county, at, the 'county court room, in the ei'y of Hoc!; Island, al the July term, on the tirt Monday in July next, at wbieb tinienU p-rsonsbavin etaiins against said estate are notilietl atiti rwpiested to at tend, for the purpose of having the same ad justed. All persons iudeliteil to said estate are re quest eil to make immediate payment to the umler-iu'tiert. Dated this aith day of April. A. TV 1FW. S. C. IIiiwma.n. l-iecuwr. Kxectitor'a Sale of IScbI Kntute. Known as the Frysinwr property at Milan, fly virtue of iiv er invented in me as exeeut.,r of the last will ami testament of A trues Krv sini'er. deceased, ami hy order of the Orphati'K court or llultimore city, state of Maryland I will sell at pulilie sale at the north doo'rof the court hniM! in Mock IsWimI, in said county, state of Illinois, at III o cloc k n m. Friday. May JU. Ihwh the real estate described as follows: ' The south part of the tmrtliwesl fraelional quarter of section twenty-three in towusbip M-vciiteen. north of ruut'e two west, ciuilain iiil' forty and l.iue one hutidredlbs acres, more or less, including iinpntv enicnis. one lare double two-story frame dweilini;. and live one storv frame dwelling's, two three-story brick buililiuus. lormcny Used as alcohol distilleries, thrite lart'e one-story l)iiek warehouses, one laru'e bri'.tk smoUit siaiU. one frame barn, cte , till liMviteil in the town of Milan, county of lloek Isl iud, state of Illinois. Terms ca.-.u. iM deposit required day of sale. II. J. KiivKisiiKR. executor for Agnes Fry-siiu-'er. deeeasetl. Kxecntrix'a Stile of Kcul Kutate. Hv virtue of an onlitr ami decree of the county court of Kock I. .land county. Illinois, nnule on the petition of the undersigned. Anna Kinlorf. formetlv Atuia Willms. executrix of thclast will ami lesiatnrtit of Jacob Wilims. de ceased, for l-'ave lo sell real estate of said de ceased to pay debts, at the May term A. I). IMuH. of said court, to wit: On the :1 day of May. IMis. 1 shall on Saturday, the 1 1 lb day of June nest, between Ihc hours of ten (Id) o'clock in the lorenoon and four H) o'clock in the aficmooii of saitl day. sell at pulilie sale at til" north d'Mir of the court house in Itoek Island, in said county, the real estate de scribed as follows: he west three quarter l) of lot four (4) In block twenty .U in Spencer Jt Case's addi tion lo the cit y of hock Island Terms of sale: One-hall (''.) of the purchase price at the time or sale, and the remainder m ouc (!) year from ihc date of said sale, with interest ou said balance at six (til pur cent per annum, secured hy moil mure upon the real estate so sold: or the entire sum of the pur chase money may be paid in caih, if the pur chaser so elect. I kited this -Ith dav of Mav A t). 1S Ann.v Kmu.tu'. fonnerlv Anna Uillms ex ecutrix of tbe estate of Jacob Wilims, de ceased. I'uhllcutloii Notice. 8. K. Kenworlhy, Solicitor. State of Illinois, i . . Rock Island County I In the County Court. Junetenn. A. D.1K93 l'etitiou to sell real estate lo pay debts. J. Henry Udders, administrator iif the estate of Frederick Kramer, deceased vs Dora HisehotT. John Stthrocdcr. Joseph Schroeder. lhiuiel Schroctler. Ituis bc'urocder. Fred Sebmcder. and Minnie lioeser. Joseph Dreix ler, Harbara Kapp. Huo Vol. Donat Bcck erl. lA'opold Scbroedcr. Joseph Schroeder. Appolouia llarlmann. Alois hehroeder. Anna Seh oisler Slana Anua Vol- lterla L'retxUr. Ferdinand Schroeder. Alois Schroeder. Kjnelie Schroeder. Herman t-chroeder. and I!os:t Schroeder. Hans Jocas. Walter Harms, the unknown heirs ot Frederick Kramer an 1 the uukuowti owners of lots ten (10) an 1 eleven (II ) lu cnihcrhead's additiou to the ciiy of liock Island. AMIdavit of non-residence of Dora Hischoff, Joseph Dreixlcr Katbaru Mapp. Huxo Vol.. Donat Ecekert. Leopold Schroeder. Joseph Sehroeoer. ApiM-loniti Hanmann. ilois Schroeder. Anna Schroeder. Maria Anna Vol, lierta lrci!tlcr. Fenlinand Schnjedcr, Alois schroeder. Uuelie fehroL-der, Herman SchroeAler. Rosa Schroeder. Hie uukaown heirs of Frederick Kramer, deceased, uud the iinkovtn owners of lots leu (lui uud eleven ill) in Wcatherhead's addition to the city of Kock J-.laud. lletetttlahts above natntsl. bavini, M.,.n tiled in the other of the clerk of tue county court of Kock Island county, notice Is hereby given to the said Dora llisciioff. Joseph Dreix lcr. i.'arhara K ipp. Hturo Vol. Donat Heckert, lA-oHild SchriMsier. Jos,-ph schroeder, Appo Ionia Hartmanu Alois' Schn.eder. Auna Schroeder. Maria Anna Voir Herta Dreixler, Ferdinand Scunieiler. Alois Schroeder, F.me lle Schroeder. Herman Schroeder. Kosa schriHlcr. the unknown heirs of Frederick Kramer, deceased, and the unknown owners of lots ten (K'l and eleven till in Weather bead's addition to the city of Kock Islam!, that the suid plaintiff J. Hetirv Udders, ad ministrator of theestatcof Frederick Kramer, dcerased. has tiled his petition in the said county court of Rock Island county for un order to sell the premises bcloucinir to the estate of said deceases!, or so much of it as may be needed to pay tbe debus of said de ceased, and deseritiod as follows, to-wit: IOis ten (tin utm eleven I) ) iu Weather head s adiiitlou to the citv ot Kock Island, and Uiut a summons has licen issued out of said court atuiust you. returnable at the June term. A. 11 !.. of said couit. to be holden on ibe llrst Monday of June. A U ps. at the court bouse iu the city of Kock Island. In the county of Rock Island. Illinois .Vow unless you. the sa-rt Dora Itisch )ff .!- scvU Dreixler. Murbara Kiipp. Huto Vol, Domtl Heckert. l.e..oi,l Schroetlcr, Joseph Schnvedcr, Appolonm Hartmann. Alois Sc.rM'dcr. Anna sc.itrocder. M'ria Anna Vol. Ilerta Dreixlcr. Fcidinaml Schroeder. Alois ScliriK-dcr. Ijiielic Sebmcder. Herman Schroeder. RiTsa Schrooler. the unkown.heirs of Frederick Kramer nnd the unknown own ers of lots ten (10) and eieven (Hi in Weaibcr head oddiiion to the city of Rock Lsland snail pcrsouiUly be and appear be .'ore said county court of Koek'l-Jand county, on the llrsi day of a term thereof, to be holden at the city of fcoek Island, in said county, on the lrt Monday of June. A. D. tvs. and ple:l. tiixiriir demur to the said conwlainam's petition till therein, the same and the mat ters and things therein rharisd and stated will be taken as confessed and a liccrce en lercd atraiusi you accordini; to the prayer of said bill. lUivk Lsland, IiliaoU, May 3. IsvS. HJAi.w.tn Koin.EH. Clerk. !. B Kemwobthv, Complainant's Solicitor. J0HNV0LK&C0, General Contractors An BOUSE BUILDERS aanractanrf of Bask Daoi sad Bd And all Klttdssf week taBottdaas Siding, Flooring, WalasoMtlng ink Street bet. 4th sad 5th Atenne y&ayh candy Jjj CATHARTIC yi V Teao mash neooTOKo f ARTFUL SEA DODGER. What Spain Thinks of the Ad mira! of Her West India Squadron. CONGRATULATES HIM 05 ES FEAT Of Getting Into tontiuso do Cabe Without Running l'p Against Samjison New Cabinet Appears in the Cortes and Sa fas'.a Acain -jys It Is War "a Tout Outrance" Ilrltish Kcwspaprr Com ment on Spanish Naval Strategy. Madrid, May 21. The new mlnistera In full uniforin, apearcd in the senate yesterday. OwIriR to tire circumstaneer the new cabinet Is already nicknamed the 'circumstantial cabinet." Senor Sagasta explained the ministerial crisis and asserted that the new ministry will continue the policy cf the former ministry, lie related how "Spain Cid everything to avoid war ur.tll America, violating all recognized diplomacy, at tacked Spain with an injustice unpre cedented in the annals of civilized his tory, end compelled Spain to respond with war to war. which Spain would continue a tout cutrar.ee to the ut most until an honorable peace is ob tained.'' "This," the premier continued, "Is a strong policy, and the new government w ill also energetic ally conduct negotia tions with European and other statts." Congratulations to Admiral Cervcia. Count Pnaramiro proposed the sens ate's congraulations to Admiral Cer vera on his arriving safely at Santiago de Cuba, and "cleverly dodging the American squadrons." Captain Aunon, the minister of marine, responded in the name of the navy, highly extolling Ad miral Cervera. In so doing he said the arrival cf the Spanish squadron in Cu lian waters would "cement the friend ship cf the Cubans with Spain nnd will prove to the world that Spain will never abandon Cuba while the mother coun try retains her vitality." The congrat ulations were voted unanimously. Sagasfa SpeaVs to the Dcpntics. In the chamber Sacasta repeated his spnate ppccch. He Fald thecabinet found Itself confronted with war or dishonor and rtcceptpj the former, adding solemn ly: "The Spanish government will never accept peace if the territorial integrity of Spain is not maintained, and other wise Spain Is determined to fight a tout outrance." (T.oud cheers. Sagaeta de clared thct the policy of the new cah Inft would be guided by circumstances. The Llbei ul party's programme, he said, had been "suspended by the American guns," but it still existed and was giv ing results in the "resistance Cuba is making to the enemy." The chamber unanimously adopted a proposal to ad dress Its congratulations to Admiral Cervera and the officers and men cf his squadron. ItUITISH COMMKNT OX t'LKVERA. Madrid Correspondent Nays Up Has Dished the American lluu. London, May 21. The Madrid corre spondent of The Ually News says: "Admiral Cerveja's dispatch from San tiago de Cuba to the minister of marine contained further details for the in formation of the government alone. It is pointed out here that the American plun was to get command of the sea as a condition to future movements. Admiral Cervcra's brilliant move re minding one of Lord Nelson's race from the West Indies to Trafalgar and his escape from the French deprives America of the command of the seas and demonstrates to the world that the blockade ot Cuba is merely nominal." "Admiral Cervera has given the slip to two powerful Ileets thct have been scouring the ocean f.ir a fortnight In an endeavor to catch him. All the Amer ican schemes depend thereupon. Ad miral Cervera. with four cruisers and a few destroyers, alone in the Atlantic, ignoring events in Cuba and in Porto Rico and the position of the American squadron, has cut-manoeuvred. ' disor ganized and dispetsed the latter, mak ing the Americans lielieve they were threatened on every side." Admiral Cervcra's manoeuvre excites the kefnost speculation here. In some quartets the whole story is regarded as a ruse designed to hurry up the Span ish government and the spreading of It broadcast is supposed to hide sorae NERVOUS PK0ST1UTI0N. A Now Jersey Woman Expresses Iter Gratitude to Mrs. Pink ham for Relief. " WiU yon kindly allow me." writes Miss Mary E. Saidt to Mrs, Pinkham, " the pleasure of expressing my grati tude for the wonderful relief 1 have experienced by taking your Compound? I suffered for a long time with nervous prostration and general debility, caused by falling; of the womb. It seemed asthongb. mr back would lts2lS? never stop ach- not sleep. I - had dull headaches. I was weary all the time, and life was a burden to me. I sought the seashore for relief, but all --saws in Tain. On my return I resolved tc give vorjr medicine a trial. I took t wo bottles and was cured. I can cheerfully state, if more ladies would only give your medicine a fair trial they would bless the day they saw the advertisement, and there would be happier homes. I mean to do all I cao for you in the future. 1 have yon alone to thank for my re eoTery, for which I am tctt grateful." -Hjm Uaby E. Sajdt, Jobsto wn,Ti. tf.- sinister move. The bulk of opinion, however, regards the news as authentic and is inclined to the belief that Ad miral Cervera well knows reinforce ment is at hand and that otherwise he would not have risked being bottled up at Santiago. The Daily News directs attention to the great secrecy preserved about what is happening at the Can aries, where the cables have been seized and censorship is severe. It says: "The question now arises whether the reserve squadron from Cadiz is not already half way across the Atlantic. One thing secerns clear. The Spanish strategists have a pre arranged plan of operations, while the Americans have been forced by circum stances nto a defensive attitude. How ever, if Cervera is in Santiago de Cuba, it ought not to be difficult for Admiral Sampson to find him. Thus It Is possi ble there may be a big; fight within a few days." ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. The omnibuses in Holland are fitted with letter boxes. Artificial legs are to be made with pneumatic feet, to lessen the jar on the body when walking. "Spain is probably sorry she ever dis covered America." says an English member of parliament. Fire Thursday night destroyed the best business portion of Kewaunee, Wis., the loss reaching a total of $100, 000. The Grand Army of the Republic will have to pay but 1 cent a mile to attend the annual gathering at Cincinnati this year. Over forty cases of ammunition were found on the Spanish steamer Argo nauta, captured during the first days of the war. The Wisconsin peninsula veterans, comprising Rrown, Door and Kewaunee counties, will hold their reunion on June 29 at Depere. Patriotic feeling has risen to such a pitch at Cincinnati that leading women are persistently refusing goods known to be of French manufacture.- Joseph Turner, of Chicago; B.- Ant werp, of Minneapolis, and A. Johnston, of Eureka, Cal., were killed in a snow slide on the Vaides glacier, Alaska. A monument to the signers ot the Mecklenherg declaration of Indepen dence was unveiled at Charlotte. N. C, in the presence of a tremendous crowd. The will of the dead philanthropist Hon. Felix It Brunot, or Pittsburg, dis tributes $.00,000 among prominent religious and educational institutions of the country. Dr. E. B. Lane, who is the superin tendent of the Boston lunatic asylum. Is visiting the county insane hospitals of Wisconsin to get points on their man agement and methods. SPANISH INVASION. Sow tbe Dons Once Tried to Capture North America. The nresert tronbln with Snnln nwnlla the histo.'ic cvtcmpt o tho dona to capture xsortn America. In .Tunc, 1733, Kins; George II granted Oglethorpo a chnrter, hy it ceding to him for tho period of 81 years the country be tween Savannah unci tho Altamaha river, and west from tho headwaters of these to tho PaciQc, to be held In trust "for the poor." In 173tl Oglethorpe laid out a town site at tbe mouth of tho Altamaha river on St Simon's islund, tho spot now being known as Frvdurica. In tho meantlmo tho Spanish officials at St. Atigustino viewed with jealous cyo what tliey considered an encroachment on their boundary rights and began to threat en war. Oglethorpo returned to England, whilo tbero securing military conniinndership over Ihc country now comprised in .South Carolina and Georgia and the title of brig adier general. Ill) then wont to tlm hluMnntla of Kent- land nnd gathered as sturdy a band as ever followed William Walluc-o on u battle field. This ho trained and drilled with especial reference to tho wild kind of light ing which would h.tvo to bo undertaken in tho new world. Tho regiment was then transported to Georuia and tho work of tho fort pushed steadily on to completion. In I74U tidings canto of war between England nnd p.tin. Oglethorpe imme diately resolved on tho invasion of Florida. After a live weeks' bIcko of St. Augustine and accomplishing nothing ho returned to Frederiea. Tho Spaniards meanwhile busied them selves concertina incisures of retaliation. Troops were gathered from Cuba, and, ac companied by a lurKO fleet of powerful men-of-war, tho army moved toward the mouth of tho St. Mary's. On July 5, 1743, a bloody encounter oc curred between tho Spanish fleet of SM ves sels and the bntteries on tho southern point of St. Simon's islund, resulting in a victory for tho invaders. Tho Spanish, linding themselves unop posed, landed at Glasconls bluff nnd took possession of the abandoned English camp. From this location a road led to Frederiea. On its olio side was a dense forest nnd on the other a morass. The Spanish oiliccrs held a eonncil of war and resolved to march on Froderica along this roniL The nruiy was divided into two sections, the one to precede and tbe other to re-enforce if the enemy proved too strong. "Oglethorpo posted his men along tbo wooded sido of tho road, with instructions to attack at a given signal and drive tho Spaniards into the morass. The Spanish van was well to the front of the auibos cado when tbe signal was sounded. Im mediately tho attack was ttikon up by each detail, and before the astounded 8 (laniards could realize what bad happened they were falling before tho well directed volleys of tbe bighlanders and being slow ly pushed into the mora 8. Disposing of tbe few remaining invad ers, Oglethorpe ordered his followers to move further down toward tbe enemy's camp and awaited the coming of tbe sec ond division. Ignorant of the fate of their brethren, tbe soldiers marched gayiy for ward, moving in disordered ranks and not troubled by, any thoughts of danger. They arrived opposite tbe men lying In wait, and the first few columns paset them until Oglethorpe, assuring himself that none could escape, sounded the sec ond signal. In an instant the narrow strip of ground was converted into a shamble. So discouraged were tbe few remaining Spanish officers and privates that a re treat was resolved on, and seven days aft er tbe terrible cbasticemcnt which they had sustained tbo remnant of the once in., vincible force boarded their ships, and, following tbe example of tbe armada and in almost as deplorable plight, sailed out to sea. They lefts behind a quantity of stores and ammunition, of which (be English commissaries and quartermaster's denartnierjU were sorely in need, BUSINESS 0TJTLO0K IS ROSY. foreign Demand for Onr Farm Products the Key of the Situation. New York. May 21. TGradEtreet'a scys: The excellent foreign demand t good prices for mTst products of Amer ican agriculture cccstitutes as fcr some time-past the leading feature of the country's trade. Second only to this and of necessity forming an important link in the chain of good trade may be mentioned the almost uniformly coed crop situation, furnishing the best evi dence that foreign demand! now art in the future will be adequately met The immense balance ot trade already tiled up in this country's favcr conrti tutes an element cf strength which in Its effect on the money market ctr. hardly be exaggerated. An increased willingness to regard the exlstnig war as merely an incident in the country's business seems evident In the trade reports received this week. The volume of bank clearings, repr.rt of railroad earnings, the movement of prices and the reports received from the Iron and steel trades til seem to concur in indicating a maximum vclumeof bus iness for the period of the year, wtth even greater hopefulness manifested than for some time past as to a contin uance of favorable conditions. Business failures fcr the week number 211. a falling off of 39 from last week, comparing with 2-i" in this week a year ago. 216 In 1SS6 and 2C5 in 1S?3. WHO OWSBJjKUD WEISER V Suit at Milwaukee That Is to Deride Tha llcer (Juration. Milwaukee, May 21. An Important suit, of interest to the brewers of the t'rited States, was commerced in the United States court yesterday. Tlfe suit was brought by the Anheuser Buwh Brewing company, of rt. Louis, against the Fred Miller Prewing com pany, of Milwaukee, over the right to Ufe the word "Budwelser." When it Is concluded it will have settled several questions cf the greatest interest to brewers. The case is looked ujion as being one of the most important to be decided in years. The Milwaukee brewery in question formerly handled the product of the St. Louis concern, according to the pleading, but in 1S92 began the manu facture of the beer at the brewery In this city. The St. Louis company sues to restrain alleged unfulr competition nr.d for the infringement of its labels. The Milwaukee company asserts that there is no such process technically. as th? Budwciser process and that it is a mere name. I.ee Declines That Charger. Washington, May 21. Major Ceneral Fitzhush Lee. who is to command the Seventh army corps now being mobil ized at Tampa, left Washington yester day for Richmond. Va., whence he will proceed in a day or two to Florida. He has declined the gift of a wealthy stock breeder of North Carolina of a fine rtallior. for his use in the t'ufian cam paign. The get.erai said that stallions were all right for politics and great pa rades, but for practical service In the Held he preferred two horses that would cost the government about S1C0 apiece. Four Children Drow ned. Wheellr.,-;. W. Va., May 21 Thursday evening four children were drowned in Fishing crcelt. a short distance above New Martinsville. A party of nine children attempted to cross the creet In a ' john boat." It capsized and all were thrown into the water. A son and daughter of Oliver Cochran, a son of Henry King and a son of Henry Rich mond were drowned. Cutler Grvsbum in a Ihul Ilola. Ogdensburg, N. Y.. May 21. The work cf raising the sunken half oftheGresham bids fair to be a long Job. The .diver has recovered the forward gun carriage and the clothing end effects of the sta tion. THE MARKETS!" Chicago Grain and Produce, Chicago, May 20. Following were the quotations on the Board of Trade today: Wheat May, opened $1.4;, closed $1.40; July, opened $1.07'.;. closed $1.18; September, opened hSc, closed cS"Sc; pecemlter, opened &49sc, closed S3M.C. Corn May. opened SasC closed 3.V&C; July, opened 3aTt.c. clcsed 3aie; September, opened 36jc, closed Sfi'S.c. flats May, opened 304c, closed 29To: July, opened 26 c, dosed 26c; Septemher, opened nnd closed 2:t'ic. Pork July, opened $12.05, closed $12 !0; September, opened $12.15. closer $i2.22V4. Lard July, opened $6.30, closed $6.4": September, opened $6.40, closed $.477i. Produce: Butter Extra creamery J5c per lb: extra dairy, $15c; fresh packing stock, lienc. Eggs Freeh stock, 10c pr doz. Live Poultry Turkeys, fi'7c per lb; chickens. RffJ) 8'ic; ducks. 6,,47c. Potatoes Com mon to choice, 65W75c per bu. Sweet Potatoes Illinois, $3.5064.00 per brL Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, May 20. Hogs Estimated receipts for the day, 33.000; market active and feeling weak er; sales ranged at $2.70i4.00 for piga, $3.90i4.25 for light, $4.15i4.25 for rough packing. $4.15fa4.45 for mixed, and $4.30 ri4..i for heavy packing and shipping lots, rattle Estimated receipts for tbe day, 2.500; feeling strong; quotations ranged at Jj.Oi'fr 5.30 for choice to ex tra eteers, $4.40ifi 4.95 for good to choice do., $4.2.Vft4.70 for fair to good. $3.$5f 4.35 common to medium do., $3.90gr4.35 butchers' steers, $4.1s'4 90 fed western steers. $3.9itfi4.25 Blockers. $4.2044W) feeders, $2.5Cfi4.40 cows, $3,300 4 JO heif ers. $2.704.25 bulls, oxen and, stairs $3.60i4.60 Texas steers, and t4.OO06.EO veal calves. Sheep and Lambs Esti mated receipts for the day. 6.000; mar ket rather active; feeling firm: quota tions ranged at t3.60&4.50 westerns. $3,106 4.0 natives, $4.20 5.SS lambs, and $6.00'57.r.0 Bi.rlr.g lambs. Milwaukee Gram. MilwauVJe, May 20 !,eatTFirmer: Nt T northern Juiy, i.4l Vj; ao. 2 northern spot. $1.3. Oats -Lower; 32t32'4c Rye-Lower; No. L 1'i,JrIeyLower: No- !. Uc; sam ple. 47fg3c. Local Markets, Corn WjMe. Oata . RtrawlSsS?'' 'a,0; WQd' rft8' Pot aioes -"ctfVRe. lii?UUerFirtOch0'c' 15e; ,rnS ereamery, Feirs-ftc. Chickens Sc Coal-Soft. 10. iiBulcbe'JaT ,or eorn fed steer 4MS: eOW8 hl'er. $v3; calve. H.nrH-S3 T5. fcbeep Scifo;. Spring lamb-C-MftJ a head. .BfOT Bsantas , tlfai Lta Km fa Uitm BgBatan IW dBBBBBl AN OPEN To MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING "LS THE COURTS Ot"R riGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE VOR! "CASTOKIA," AXD "riTCHEIi'S CASTOR1A, AS OUR TU.Y1U MARK. , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, cf ITycnnis, MassccJuisclls, was the originator of "C ASTORIA," ihc same that . has borne and docs now bear - on every the facsimile signature ofCSfM icrappcr. This is the original "CASTO R I A" which has been used in ' the homes of the Mothers cf America for ever ihirtg gears. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and sec that it is' the hind you have always bought -jf 0z fjic and has the signature of Czjffi&&x wrap- : per. No one has authorilg from me to use my name except The Centaur Company, of which Chas. JL Fletcher is President ' March24,lS9S. 7 m Do Not Be Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist ' may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in- -gradients of which even he docs not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought". BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF I ar Insist on The Kind That ' ttt ctnvawa cmnn. tt Housewives Should remember we have a large and complete stock of Refrigerators, Cook and Gasoline Stoves, and all kinds of Household Goods. We Can Save You Money. aheelt's auiipmcE 1622 SECOND AVENUE. IXSU1JAXCE. CHAS. E. HODGSON . . Fire Insurance Agency, Established 1874. Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111. Lim.n Ins. Co. - Philadelphia. Ta. Uockfoi'il In. Co. - - KocUord. 111. Security Ins, Co. - Xew Haven, ("cum. State Ins. Co. ... Kockfnnl, 111. Office. Itoom S. Huford Mock. Kates at, low an coruiintcui nb aecumy. J. M. Buford, General Insurance Agent. The old Fire nnd Time-tried Com panies Representee:- Losses Promptly Paid. -Rale as low as any reliable company can aoord. our patrouaKe Is solic ited. A.D.EDESISQ, Insurance apt. Represents the following well known Fir and Accident Inarar ancfl Ootnpa&ies: Rochester German Ins Co . Westchester Fire . Buffalo German ' Reliance , " . Germtta Fire " . Sew Hamtinhire " . ....Rochester. S T , New York -ltuflalo. K Y ,.. . .. .Philadelphia Peoria. Ill .Manchester. N H Milwaukee Mechanics ....Milwaukee. Wis Fidelity and Casualty " New York Offlos eornet BtfrlMrnth atraet aa Second aveoae, aeeond loox. Telephone 1017. Hivt too Son Throat. FlnrDk. Oodh Colored Soots. Aches, old Sores, Uteers to Mouth. Harr-FaJlln? Write Cook Rimkdt Co., 30 Masonic Torohj. Chlcara. 1IL. fa reefs X eaisi; capital, 950M00. Wool esses esrred ta 15 to K darm, lap pay LETTER i i Deceived. al X 1.11 r toi et a .USB 111 ol tt K'I nnU S'..X Jut H i nil l lilt Haviner Never Failed You. avnttT. i voaa cm. .'al it i. ..I ..- si I'J 1 INSl'KAXCK. r R. CHAUBZRLIN, AGENT For the Followlnc Safe and Bailable Companlts m a Traders Ins. ' ' Cbloajto Providence Washliutton Ins. Co., ITutldeaoe Imperial Ir.v lo Lnudna Calaiidonlan ins. Co KdinburK lji(,lWi-American I us Co. Uverpoul and NorsBlk Iiieillc Ins. CO New York Home Mutual ins. Co., Sao Krancisoo Office Boom SO Mitchell A LjaAe't Block, Telephone No. 10S0. Colona Sand Stone Quarries Sawed building stone, Ashlar and Trimmings a specialty. For cheapness, durability end beaut excelled bj aooe. This stone does not wash or coior the . wall with alkali, etc. Plane tent oi for estimates will receive careful attention end be returned 1 prompt at oar expenie. ' J Quarries It miles from Bock Island on the C, B. A Q. B. B.. Train Nos. 6 and 10 will stop ad let fUitora off and on. , . ', Bridge stone, corn crib blocks and foundation stone, any size desired. Samplei of Stone and Pbotoa ot ' ,. buildings can be eeen at Boom No. 12, Mitchell & Ljnde'a build Ing. Address: ABTHUR BUBRALL. Manager Bock Ialaid or Colona, IiL . DROP IN CILLY CATTON'S White Seal saloon " - ' . - .