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THE ABGUS, W3DyigPAY,.3lAY-231 1893
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CONNELLY & COSH ELL Y, j
Attorneys atLaw. ,
Money loaned. Office over Thomas'
ding store, our. beuuod avenue and
oeventeenth street, .
0. L. ANDERSEN,
Real Estate. 1oaa, Insurance and
Room t, Puford block.
ALEX II. LIDDEKS.
Attorney at Law.
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tary p Hill r. Our IJiT Second avenue,
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WM. L. LUDOLPH. g
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asaa. Notary PubUa, Irak BeeoaA ne- ,
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Attorneys and OotueaUora ai Law.
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ClIARLKS J. I EAR .K.
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Offloa la eourt ,
Attoraay at Law
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oUoattoaa. Kafwanoa, Mnehell A
Lvwda. saakera, Oaswa. MitabaU
Lf a4e BoUawg.
CHAS. H. HUB BELL.
Attoraay at Law Justice of the
Davenport, low J
F. II. FIBST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phnne 4 on ISA7. Office. M Twen-
tl.ih timet. Offlne Hours? 10 to 12 a.
m.; f to 4 and T to 8 p. m. Sunday, t:80
to 9:90 a. m.; 1:30 to 3 p m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of worn
an ami children, also diseases of era.
ea. n and UifoaL Office hotrr
t JO to li a m , I to p. m. X!l Six
teenth street, Hock Island.
DA. 6. U. MILLER.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All dlwancs of horses and cnttle
treated on iiprovl principles, .sur
gical operations erfonnrl in a s;len
lino manner lirs treated All enlls
veomptlT attendee u. heiudence, IKM
Fifth avenue. Telephone 1 on IWT.
Offloa and infirmary. ll mi; Fifth
avenue James Mitucker'a stable,) op
posite No. I tire house.
a U 8ILVIS.
Over Krm Vatkl, ma Baeoad avw-,
DR. C. W. GRAFTON, j
Rooms IS nn.1 I. Mitchell A I.ynde
liuililli K Oftlee hourn from 8 to 1- a m.
and I U p. m. J
JAMES P. HUBBELL,
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Room 41, antwaeO Lyade baUdlag ,
Architects and Superlntendenta.
UKNRY OAETJB. Pi op
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J Oat newara ua Deetrot ota! Knuts J
et on , law lsaonj avwaso. Tale X
A tape worm debtee feet lone at
least came on the scene after my taking two
CASCABETS. This I am lure bas caused my
bad health for the put three years. I am Bull
taking Caacarets. the only cathartic worthy of
notice by sensible people."
uso. w. bowlks, uaira, mats.
Pleasant. PalataMe. pisent. Taste Good. To
G.xhI. Net er Sicken. Weakrii. or Gripe. Kle, Zx. !Uc
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
t.rftef Mim4j mfmmj, Cfelc, Mamtrrti, Be fart. TO
Tft PIP !Wd and anarinteed tfy,all drug-
I U'DAv K15ls tu tiKK rutaeeo Habit.
Estate of Elizatx-th A. Ikitrman. diseased.
Tin; umiersiimed h. Intr lieen sinuointed exe
cutor ( I lie last will and toluiueut of Kliza-
bcth A. Howmun. lute f tlie county of KHk
lsltuid. state of illUHMH. deceased, hereby elves
notice that he will appear before the county
court of Kock bJantl county, at the county
court room, in the city of Hock Island, at the
July term, on the nrst Monday In July-next,
at w hich thneull twrwniv having claims against
Maid elule are uotiitod uud reueaOed to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same ad
jured. All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated tills 26th day of April. A. D. 1898.
S. C. Bowman, Executor.
Executrix's Sale of Ileal Estate.
Bv virtue of an order and decree of the
county court of Kock Island county. Illinois,
made on the petition of the undersigned. Anna
hirdorf. formerly Anna Mllms, executrix of
the last will arid testament of Jacob W dims, de
ceased, for leave to sell real estate of said de
ceased to pay dents, at the May terra A. D.
1hsn. of said court, to-wit: On the 3d day of
May, ItiWH. I shall on Saturday, the iithda'vof
June next, between the hours of ten (lb)
o'clock In the foremwui and four (4) o'clock in
the afternoon or said dav. sell at public sale
at the north door of I he court house, in Uoek
Island, iu said county, the real estate de
scribed ns follows:
h? west three quarters (V) of lot four (41
In block twenty i!U in Spencer Case's addi
tion to the eilv of rock Island.
Terms of sale: One-half l'4iof the purchase
price at the time of sale, and the remainder in
me lit year from t lie date of said sale, with
interest on said balance at six (8) per cent
per annum, secured by mortiraire upon the real
estate no soici: or tne entire sum of the pur
chase money may be paid lu cash, if the pur-
cuaser so eieei. -
Dated this 4th dav of May A D. W
Anna KiKiKHtv. formerly Anna Willms. ex
ecutrix of the estate of Jacob Willms, Ue
ceased. Publication Notice.
8. K. Kcnworthy, Solicitor.
State of Illinois. I
Ruck Island County. I
In the County Court. June term. A.n.lfi'W.
Petition to sell real estate to pay debts.
Henry Udders, administrator of the estate
of Frederick Kramer, deceased vs llora
HiseiiolT. John Seurveder. Joseph Scuroeder.
liaiiiel Hchrocdcr. Iuis Uchroeder. Fred
Schroeder. and Minnie tioeser. Josenh Dreix,
Icr, Hnrbara ltapp. Hiiko Voir., llonat lieek-
ert. Ijcopold Schnwder. Joseph schroeder.
ApMlouia llarlmauu. Alois Schroetler, Annu
Scuroeder, Maria Anna Vols. Helta Dreixler,
Ferdinand Schroeder. Alois bchroeder.
liuelie Schroeder. Herman echroeder, and
Kosa Schroeder. Hans Joens. Wulter Harms,
the unknown heirs of Frederick Kramer, and
the unknown owners of lots ten (10) and
eleven Ml) in Weaiberheud's addition to the
city of Kock Island.
Altidavit of nou-residence of Dora Hischoff.
Joseph Dreixler. Harhara Hupp, Hugo Vol?.,
iioiiat HecKert, loihiu tchro;aer, Joseph
Schnwiler. Apjiolonia Hartmunn, Alois
Schroeder, Anna Schroeder. Maria AnnaVolz.
Herta Dreixler. Ferdinand Schroeder. Alois
Kehroeiler. Kjnelle echroeder. Herman
Schroeder. Kosa Schroeder. the unknown
helm of Frederick Kramer, deceased, and the
unkown owners of lots ten (IU) and eleven (ill
in Weatherhead's addition to the eitv of Mock
Island, defendants above uamed. having been
tiled in the olllce of the elerk of the county
court oi ihm-k lsianu county, notice is nereoy
Kiven to my sain uora lilsenon, Joseph Dreix
ler. Barbara Uapp. Huico Vol. Don at Heekert
Ij'oim(1 s'hrieder, Jtseph Schnietlcr, Appo
Ionia Hartinnun. Alois Schroeder. Anna
Suhroedcr. Maria Anna Vols. Herta Dreixler,
Ferdinand Schroeder. Alois Schroeder, Kme-
lie Schroeder. Herman Schroeder. Kosa
Schroeder. the unknown heirs of Frederick
Kramer, deceased, and the unknown owners
of lots ten (Hi) and eleven (II) in Weather-
head s addition to the city of Kock island.
tnar i ne said piaimiu j. 1 1 en rv I. Miners, ad
ministrator f llieestatcof Frederick Kramer.
deceased, has lilcd his petition in the said
county court of Kock Island county for an
order to sell the premises helomring to the
estate of said deceased, or so much of It as
may be needed to pay the debts of said de
ceased, aim described as follows, to-wlt:
I ,ots ten (10) and eleven (111 in Weather-
head's addition to the city of Kock Island. and
thut a suinmous has been Issued out of said
court avaiiist you. returnable at the June
term. A. D. 1Ki"S. of said court, to be holden on
the Mrs i Monday of June. A D. IsW. at the
court house in the city of Rock Island, in the
county of Kock Island. Illinois
Now unless you. the sa d Dora BIscholf Jo
seph Dreixler. Barbara Kann. Huiro ol7.
Donat Heekert. Leopold Schroeder, Josenh
Schroeder, Appolonia Hartmann. Alois
Scroeder. Anna Schroeder. Mria Anna
Vol?. Herta Dreixler. Ferdinand Schroeder,
Alois Schroeder. Kmelie Schroeder. Herman
Schroeder. Kosa Schroeder, the unkown heirs
of Frederick Kramer and the unknown own
ers of lots ten (10) and eleven (H) in Weather
head s addition to the city of Kock Island
shall personally be and appear before said
county court of Kock Island eountv. on the
first day of a term thereof, to be holden at the
city of Hock Island, in said countv. on the
llrst Monday of June, A. D. and plead.
answer or demur to the said complainant
petilion tiled therein, the same and the mat
tcrs and thinits therein chanted and stated
will be taken as confessed and a decree en
tered against you according to the prayer of
Kock Island, Illinois, May 3, 1803.
Hj ai.mak Koiti.RH. Clerk.
S. R. KCNWOHTlir, Complainant's Solieitor.
Mott's Nerveriae Pais
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sex. such st. Nervous
hist Manhood, Jmootenrv.
tkn, Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, ex
cestve tor of .Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to ConsumptioQ and Insanity. $1.00
per box by joail; 6 boxes for &00.
Puarvh avoaae snd TwanU.U itrseU
rtTPlt3 BT m . r . DR Qlia4Tt BmwmL. HVUT
Vsaufsctarers of Lik
Doors and Bit
Aid a3 Kinds of work
3Idlag, Flooring, WninaoomUag -Hth
Strew, btt. 4th tad ftth ATecu
If lLJJ CATHARTIC
. V'sw tsadi kvura waajwimta
SOLDIERS AT SCHOOL.
Volunteers at Chickamauga Be
ing Taught the Art of
FIEST DIVISION Uf BATTLE DRILL
Shaaa Battle Take Place Today oa His
toric Flfrhtitig Ground Troop la Camp
Kamber 36,000 Fred Grant's Brigade
Infonnatlom for Tbose Who Would
Write to Soldiers or Sailors Another
Illinois Regiment Get Orders News
from tha State Camps.
Chickamauga National Park. May 25.
There are now 3C.000 men of the vol
unteer army under tents at this point,
and the officers of the army expect that
by Saturday night there will be 44,000.
The Third Tennessee regiment the first
distinctly southern troops to reach the
park arrived yesterday under com
mand cf Colonel J. P. Duffe, 1.000 officers
and men. The First Vermont regiment
arrived about 8 o'clock, twelve com
panies, 1,207 officers and men, under
comman(UHX D. Clark. These regi
ments were assigned to the first brigade
for the first division of the corps. The
division ill be completed by the Eighth
New Tork, which will arrive today,
The division as far as perfected is as
follows: First brigade, commanded by
Colonel Fred D. Grant, provisional
brigadier Fourteenth New York, Fifth
Maryland and First Missouri. Second
brigade Colonel K. C. Hardin, Second
New York, in command Second New-
York, Second Nebraska and First Dis
tript of Columbia. Third brigade, com
manding officer to be assigned Third
Tennessee, First Vermont and Eighth
First Division In Battle DrllL
The day at the park was unmarked
by any incident except the battle drill
of the first division of the first corps,
The movements were under command
oi uenerai Wilson, and tne men were
put through the exercises in a very
thorough manner. The regiments of the
division have been in camp long enough
to have become somewhat inured to the
climate, as well as the work, and the
manoeuvres were characterised by great
energy, accuracy and remarkable pre
cision. General Breckinridge and staff
continued the inspection of the divisions
of the first corps in detail. He found
the hospital facilities still inadequate.
but fortunately there are very few sick
and they are being cared for at St. Vin
cent's hospital of the Sisters of Chari
ty. He states that In a very short time
the hospital department will be in good
Gave Orders for a Sham Battle.
General Breckinridge yesterday gave
orders for a sham battle for inspection
this morning. The two first brigade of
the first division of the first corps will
attack the third,$rigade entrenched on
Snodgrass Hill, the attacking brigades
to be in command of General Wilson
and the defenders under command of
their brigade commander. General
Breckinridge stated last night that he
would be unable to complete his in
spcctlon at as early a date as he ex
pee ted; that only a small percentage of
the men had been equipped and pre
pared lor war, but that this work was
progressing as rapidly as possible. Gen
eral Breckinridge thinks that in view
of the fact that almost every regiment
in camp had to be equipped almost com
pletely, the progress made was remark
Poland Succeeds Arnold In Command
Oeneral John S. Poland yesterday sue.
ceeded Colonel A. K. Arnold as com-1
mander of the second division of the 1
First army corps, the division to which I
the -One Hundred and Firty-eighth and
One Hundred and Sixtieth Indiana reg
iments are attached. The Hoosiers were
happy when they learned that they
were to be under the command of a na
tive Indianian. The commissioned offi
cers of the second brigade of the divis
ion, led by acting Brigadier General
Harry B. Smith, of the One Hundred
and Fifty-eighth Indiana, called on the
new division commander In a body.
Colonel Smith, as the brigade comman
der, presented the regimental and bat
talion officers of the One Hundred and
Fifty-eighth, and the line officers were
presented by the battalion commanders.
MAIL TO SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.
Some Information for Those Who Have
Friends in the Army or Navy.
Washington, May 25. Two orders In
regard to mall for an4 front soldiers
and sailors have been issued by Post
master General Emory Smith. One or
der takes the Philippine islands out of
the category of places where mall com
munication with the United States is
suspended, and the other revives a reg-I ' ' . , A ,
, f. ... . I Governor Tanner has appointed Ben-
ulatlon permitting soldiers, sailors and Jamin F. shafTneT. of Chicago, captain
marines to send letters, postage upon of the Illinois naval militia.
which is to be collected on delivery. Mrs. Harmon Hohenstrelter, of Red
The order referring to the Philippines ding township, Ind.. 67 years old. corn
says that "articles of mall matter for mitted suicide by taking carbolic acid.
tfT. VraVa Cr1n9CvtedDJ!?.th' 1 Mr- Aberl,n- on'y with
Uni ed States forces in the Philippines jey ,t Manila, has applied to the
h1 b,,8ubje;t to. th? P8tf rtes county at Oakland. CaU. for assistance.
.iu vuuuiuuns aiifjuiauic iu bihiiihx ar
ticles in the domestic mails of the
i t-nited States. The articles
, should be forwarded promptly to San
' F"800 m order that they may be
' di8Ptcned tbence to destination at the
Alio, V jra tuillt J.
The regulation in regard to the mall
commissioned or non-commissioned,
and privates In the military, naval or
marine service of the United States to
be transmitted unpaid must be plainly
J . i J i - . ...... a . . . . ....
t nlrKel B"la e 8 s"0 ?iter,-
j or marine's letter." as the case may be.
ana siRiieu iscrcunutr wnn nis name
and official designation by a field or
staff officer, post or detachment com
mander to whose command the soldier
belongs, or by a surgeon or chaplain
at a hospital where he may be; and in
the navy and marine service by the
officer In command of the vessel, or
surgeon on board, or officer command
ing naval hospital or detachment on
Shore. Letters so certified will be for
warded charged with postage due at
single rates only, to be collected on de
livery." Washington. May 25. It Is Important
that letters to soldiers should be ad-
Creased correctly. Any one writing- to
oiOier at eatnp Aiger soouiu address
the letter to, for instance, "John Smith,
company' A, Twenty-second Illinois lb.
fantry. Falls Church. Vt," which place
Is the postofflce for Camp Alger. Noth
ing in the above address should be
ILLINOIS FOURTH GETS ORDERS. ;-
Goes to Tampa. Fbu. In a Few Days News
of Other Volunteers.
Springfield, Ills., May 23. Colon?! Cat-
Imar Andel, commanding the Fourth
regiment, last night received orders to
report with his regiment at Tampa, Fla.
The Fourth is not well equipped, and It
will probably be two or three days be
fore the regiment leaves Camp Tanner.
Colonel Nicholas Senn leaves at 4 p. m.
today for Chickamauga, where he will
join the Sixth army corps as assistant
surgeon general. Last night Colonel
Senn was tendered a banquet by the
other surgeons at Camp Tanner. Gov
ernor Tanner made a speech, and oth
er officers, including Colonel Senn, made
addresses. First Lieutenant George R.
Llnnr adjutant of the first squadron,
First cavalry, was yesterday appointed
ordnance officer-of the regiment..
Jacksonville, Fla., May 25. No orders
have been issued for the brigading of
the Wisconsin regiment, and Colonel
Schadel is still at sea as to what his
regiment will do. The Milwaukee
breweries have representatives here
and when the Badgers got into town
they were treated royally. The First
has no men in the hospital. The boys
complain of sore throat, but beyond that
there is no trouble.
Camp Eaton, Island Lake, Mich., May
25. Orders from the war department to
Colonel Boynton direct the Thirty-third
regiment to go to Washington. The
regiment will be ready as soon as trans-
poration is furnished. The last com
pany, G, of Michigan's quota, under the
call of the president? was mustered in
Monday. The recruiting office in Detroit
will be closed in a day or two, and the
records, with those of Camp Eaton, will
be sent to Lansing.
NOTES FROM CAMP ALGER.
Talk of Spies and Poisoned Water S!ck
Mru Doing Very Well,
Washington, May 25. The principal
subject of conversation t Camp Alger
yesterday was Spanish spies and poi
soned springs. Three arrests were made
by a member of the Ninth Ohio bat
talion. The men considered by him sus
picious persona were Mariano Soto,
mayor of Puerto Principe, a Cuban in
surgent; W. H. Streeks and H. E. Mc
Devitt, American citizens. Their ap
pearance and the fact that they spoke
Spanish aroused the suspicions of the
guard. Many charges of pollution cf
water have been made, but so far no
foundation has been found for them,
The Thirty-third Michigan volunteers
have been ordered to Camp Alger in
stead of Camp George H. Thomas.
The 12,000 troops now at Camp Alger
were yesterady organised by General
Graham into brigades, so far as that
was possible, the ranking colonels being
named as acting brigadier generals. The
lieutenant colonels will be in command
of those regiments whose colcnels are
promoted to be brigade commanders.
The One Hundred and Fifty-ninth In
diana, Sixth Pennsylvania, and Ninth
Ohio will until further orders remain
unattached and report direct to corps
headquarters. Surgeon General Girard
issued an orderreorganizingthehoepltai
corps, and one of the acting brigade
surgeons is Major F. C. Stunkard, One
Hurdred and Fifty-ninth Indiana. It
was announced yesterday that all of
the sick men of the Sixth Illinois were
out of danger except the three who were
sent to Fort Myer for treatment
Pedagogues la the Kansas Quota.
Topeka, Kan., May 25. John McDon
ald, or tne Kansas state Teachers as
sociation, stated yesterday that of the
3,000 Kansas volunteers mustered into
service fully 6C0 are school teachers,
"Almost all of the country schools were
out about the time President McKinley
issued his call for troops." said he,
"and hundreds of teachers saw an ap-
portunity to drop Into service and they
lUinois Naval Reserve at Louisville.
Louisville, May 25. The Chicago na
val volunteers en route to Tampa. Fla.,
arrived here last night and stopped for
supper. They were met at the station
by prominent c4tizens and escorted to a
well known hostelry and entertained in
the true old Kentucky style.
Eight United States towns bear the
name of Madrid.
Indications are that the wheat crop
1898 will be the greatest In the history
I of the country.
The fifth annual convention of the
Epworth League of Illinois Is In session
1 at Bloomington.
An unknown man committed suicide
in the German cemetery, a mile north
I James G. Blaine will go to the Philip
pines with General Merritt, and John
A. Logan to Tampa to go on the staff of
It has just become known that Knute
, Huffiand, who resides at Ridgeway,
Minn., near LaCrosse, Wis., is inflicted
with leprosy In a severe form.
' The first death among the Iowa state
troops occurred at the Sioux City camp
when Private Roberts of company F. suc
cumbed to measles and other complica
tions. George Francis Train, Jr., who claims
to be a son cf "the sage of Madison
square," attempted suicide at Coney Isl
and by taking laudanum. He will re
cover. Pearce, of Missouri, has Introduced a
bill for the building of five first-class
cruisers, ten torpedo boats, fifteen tor
pedo boat destroyers and fifteen steel
Mrs. Hitt, wife of Representative
Hitt, chairman of the bouse committee
on foreign affairs, la now enduring the
hardships of the life of art army nurse
at Fort Myer.
' At least 150 prominent women from
every portion of Wisconsin attended the
opening of the twenty-fifth convention
of the WiarAnsIn XXr.mn'a rtirtatl.
aTeaiperance union at Chippewa Fall.
OMZXOrS QUIET AT TAMPA.
Belief Prevalent That the Start for Cuba Is
Sear at' Uaad.
Tampa. . May 25. X condition of
almost .k:- quiet the calm before
the storm TevgJls around army'head
quartcrs at Tampa and at the docks at
Port Tampa. Even what little informa
tion bas been vouchsafed of late as to
the general work of preparing a big
army for a bard, bitter campaign in
Cuba has been almost wholly cut off.
and the impression prevails that the
end is not far off; that the long weary
weeks of dr.lling in the blazing sun and
stilling dust cf southern Florida will
soon be but a memory In the minds of
those engaged in the more deadly, but
also more welcome campaigning In
Cuba. Every soldier in Tampa, from the
highest officer to the raw recruit. Is
watching with an interegt almost pain
ful in its intensity for news from the
In the minds of all Is the settled con
viction that the hour when news of a
battle between Sampson and Schley and
Cervera is received at Washington will
mark the time for the issuance of or
ders to embark, and that this is a matter
of a few days is not doubted. Perhaps
it will be but a few hours. It is the
belief at least that the American com
manders have the clever Spanish ad
miral in a position where he cannot es
cape, where his only recourse is to fight
and that can result in but one thing
the destruction of another Spanish fleet.
In honor of Queen Victoria's birthday
and to celebrate the ties of friendship
between the United States and Great
Britain a dinner was given at Tampa
Bay hotel yesterday at which were
present nearly all the officers of th
United States troops at Tampa and all
the representatives of foreign govern
ments here. The United States navy
v.as represented byCommander William
T. Swinborne, of the U. S. S. Helena.
Behind a mass of flowers at one end of
the hall a regimental band was sta
tioned and national sirs of the two
countries were played between th'i
toasts, the musical programme com
mencing with "Gcd Save the Queen"
and ending with the "Star Spangled
Banner." At noon a battery of field
artillery at Port Tamia and the big
guns on the gunboat Helena boomed
out a salute in honor of the queen.
MOVED Off SCHEDULE TIME.
Presbyterian Assembly Working Rapidly
on the Business Before IU
Winona Lake, Ind., May 25. The
Presbyterian general assembly just
moved along on schedule time yester
day and considered the interests of
home missions and collese aid. The
matter of missionary periodicals, one
cf the important subjects before the
assembly was further debated and
then postponed as unfinished business.
Here the first serious hitch in the pro
ceedings cf the assembly came In A
speech of the secretary of the board of
publication. The proposal made by the
committee on the subject was for a
single editor to control the proposed
magazines. To this plan Secretary
Craven refused to give assent
The subject will be further debated
today, and all signs point to the adop
tion of the committee's report, moving
the periodical from Philadelphia to New
York. A war ripple reached the as
sembly in a telegram calling Dr. Henry
C. McCook. of Philadelphia, to rejoin his
regiment, the Pennsylvania Second, at
Morristown, Del. A resolution directing
a cablegram to be sent to Queen Victoria
congratulating her upon her birthday
received one negative vote.
Llqnol License Is Not Property.
Madison, Wis.. May 25. In the case
-A the state of Wisconsin against Harry
IL Bayne, on appeal from Marathon
county circuit court, the supreme court
yesterday decided in effect that a liquor
license ia not transferable.
Chicago Grain and Produce,
Chicago, May 24.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat May,
opened tl.&0, closed $1.62; July, opened
11 ID, closed 11051; September, opened
8c, closed &Tc; December, opened
Kc, closed 82V4C Corn May, opened
S4Sc, closed 344c; July, opened 34 '4c.
closed September, opened 35c,
closed 2514c. Oats May, opened 2fcc,
closed 28V4c; July, opened 2W4e, closed
25c; September, opened tic. closed
22c. Pork July, opened $12.00, closed
$11.80; September, opened $12.15, closed
$11.9H. Lard July, opened $6.25, closed
$6.20; September, opened $$.39, closed
Froduce: Butter Extra creamery,
13c per tb; extra dairy, 13c; fresh
packing stock, 10c. Eggs Fresh
stock. 10llc per dos. Live Poultry-
Turkeys. 8c per lb: chickens. 8fcc; '
ducks, 66c. Potatoes Common to
choice, 60iuc per ou. straw Dernes
Illinois, l.Wtf?tM per 24-qt case.
Chicago Live fttoek.
Chicago, May 24.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
22.000; sales ranged at $2.76$ 4.0$ for
pigs. $3.5(i 4.20 for light. H 15 4.30 for
rough packing. $4. 1564.5$ for mixed,
and $4. 25d4.es for heavy packing and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts for the day. 2.500; quotations
ranged at $o.0S$.20 for choice to extra
steers, $4.5536.00 for good to choice do..
$4.30-64.70 for fair to good, $4.0064.45
common to medium do., $4.0004.33
butchers' steers. $4.15?i4.0 fed western
steers. $3.96 4.40 storkers. $4.1064.85
feeders. $2.504.35 cows, $3.2054 70 heif
ers. $2.70 4.26 bulls, oxen and stars,
$3.604.60 Texas steers, and $4.007.00
veal calves. Sheep and Lambs EstU
mated receipts for the day. 1.000; quo
tations ranged at $3.o3450 westerns.
$3.1064 60 natives. $4 20j5.0 lambs, and
0 AA.O r. t . ,
0.nvui,w Bpnng lamns.
Milwaukee. May 24.
Wheat Lower; No. 1 northern, $t.40;
No. 2 northern. $1.339135; May. $1.40;
July, $1.36. Oats Hjtlc lower; 3eac
Rye Dull; No. 1, 65c seller; No. 2. 64c.
Barley Weaker; No. 2. 51c; sample, 3$
Bay-1 toothy, IVftlO; wild, $7fl8-Straw-Afi.
Butter-Fair to choice, lie; fresh creamery,
Cattle-Batchers pay for corn fed steers
cows aaa Belters, a&ise
Spring lamb t2.s0$ a head.
, , ft.....m 4 vlDlnliy 11 uDudLird
ANctaWcPnaraTiOT for As
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
OpnmMorphine nor MincraL
rfft 1 1 st fiat
ADcrfcclRcmcdv for Constipa
tion. Sour StouTOh.DiarTteea,
VYorms jLonvulsions ,r cvxrisn'
Itcss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature ot
EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER.
Should remember we have a large and complete
stock of Refrigerators, Cook and Gasoline
Stoves, and all kinds of Household Goods. VVc
Can Save You Money.
aiuc&T's Bunpiaoc store.
1622 SECOND AVENUE.
CHAS. E, HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Trailer Ins. Co., - - Cliiirof 111.
Union In. Co. - rhilailt-lplii.t.
Kockfonl Ins. Co. - - lltx-kfonl. III.
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven. Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockfonl, 111.
Office, Room 1. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rales as low as any
ens afford. Your
fiatronage Is sollc
Represent, the follow trax well
known Fta and Aodjeat Insur
Rochester German Ins Co.
W eiehestcr Fire " .
Buffalo German .
KeHance " .
(-rants Fire " .
New HiuspHbire " .,
Milwaukee Mechanics .,
Fidelity and Casualty .
....Rochester. N Y
Buffalo. X Y
. Manchester. X H
BgtitwBtfc street toi
Hare tow. Sore TavosL FUrrDlea. Oonmv
Colored Spot. Aches, Old Sores, Ulcers hi
Month, Hair-Falun r? Write Cook Bkmkdt
Co., V2A Masonic Temple, Chiearo, JjL, for
poota ot euTfi; capital, S600,000. Want
raeei eared hi U to S3 dais. 10-gge
For Infants and CHiildreiu
The Kind You fed
Always CcL'ght :,
Ttr CrMTAOM COHMNf, Btrw V4at CfTV.
for the roJtowiag Sato
Traders Ins. Co. Chicago
Providence WaNbinirUM Ins Co., Providence
Imperial Ins. Co.,..- LotaVw
CalandiMilan Ins. Co., Edinburg
FjigUsu-Anierican Ins. Co..
Liverpool and Norwalk
Pacillc Ins. Co New York
Home Mutual Ins. Co. Saa Francisco
Offiow Room SO Mltebaul Lr6V .
Blook, Tolt phone No. 1080.
Sawed building stont.
Ashlar and Trimmings-,
For cheapnesi, durability od
beauty excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or ooior tha
wall with alkali, etc. Plana bmi
nt (or estimate! will raceirtj
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar eipenae.
Quarries 12 miles from Book
Island on the C, B. & y. R, B.
Tralaa Noa. ft and 10 will step
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib'
block and foundation
stont), any size desired.
SamplM of Stone m4 Photos of
buildings oao be aeon at Room
No. 12, iUaobell A LjDde'i build .
ARTHUR BCRRALL, MAagr! :
Rook Island or Colons, 111.
White Seal seta