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THE ABGUg,' SATURDAY, JULY 2,-1898.
. u Provisional Cards. Anona-irs. MeCASKBIH MoCASKBBT, Altai mm at Last. ofjee otct KrU tat', nan; mm i . . c. coxlt. a. a coanur. CONNELLY & CONNELLY, Attorneys at Law. lftMAW lAAatAil r4M m atv-H-- r j w.mit hi vmv vrw inuiH i iru store, cor. fteoond arenue sod miniwuH avrcei, 0. L. ANDERSEN, Real Eatate. Loan, Inmranee tod Collection A tanay. Room (, Buford block. AXEXU. LIDDEBS, Attorney at Law. Money loaned on good security; no-1 tary pauiio. Over l.u becoud avenue, nuiunl block. JACKSON 4 HUB3T, Attttaais at Law. Offlea la Soak Island National Bank ' BWioing. t . WM. L. LDDOLPB, Attorney e Law. ta money to xoan, uaaerai lvbi nasi- m Ha Nni. PnliHk la Bkiuwtd aaa. T aue, Buford oiook. a. a rwia nr. a u VAuaa BWEE3JEY WALKER, Attorneys ana Ooaneellors at Law. Ool ee la Benetton mock. CHARLES J. 8KABLK. Ihmi Attorney OoaneeUor at law. Offlee la eonrt i nouae. .- ? MoENIHY A MoKNIBY. ! AttonajiatLaw- i Loan Konat on mod aaenrliy: make ! , enllectiona. Reference, Mlte&all A . Lynda, bankets. Offioe, kutabell i Lynda Balldu. CHA3. II. 1IUBCELL. j Attorsay at Law Justice of the - Peace. Offle In the City Halt Telephone 146. I UAVKNPUKT, NJWA. rarsimss. F. H. FIB3T, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Phone i oa 1M7. Office, B Twen tieth street. Office Houni: 10 to IS a. m.; 1 tot and T MR p. m. Bnnday, H:M toaoa.m.ii:M wlp. m. ' DB. COBA EMEBY REED, Homoeopathlo Physician. Special attention to dlseaaee of worn- l ea and children, aim dueanea of eye, I ear, none and throat. Office hours 1 1 SO to 12 a. m.. I to 4 p. m. til Slx I teenvn street. Kook Island. I DB. S. U. MILLEB, Veto rlnary Surgeon and Dentist, All disease of horses and cattle I I treated on approved principles. Sur- 1 i nn'm operation periormea in a scion- l I title manner. Poir treated AU calls I I promptlT attended to. Hesldence, lfl 1 Fifth avenue. Telephone 1 on 1ST?. , I Office and Infirmary, 1615-1817 Fifth I avenue (James Maucker'a stable,) op- I pimie no. i ore aou.se. DBVTXSTS. a L. 8ILVI3. Dntiat dm Kreu Math's, im aaaoad sve i BQSK v DR. C. V. GRAFTON, Dentist Rooms IS and la. Mitchell A I.vnde I nuiiam. umce noun from to 13 a. I I and I tot p. tn. ' AROHITMTB. DBACS A KEBNS, Architect and Superintendents. hb tnoek. Beeoea Boor. VIOBJIT. HK5BY0AET.B. Prop. . aasawawaa Calriaaaoafc Marasry. Cut rlowata and Designs vtal aTJads City atora. IStf Haecad avenue. Tata i Itmti wlta yoa whether yarn mxint Ih h-nuTM M aamtr ror l o'lt nmm.tlwww. i tiu, nnu im ti,Mx In TO-BArtr,a fen, en dniffist.wha TUOfll lorn Tkr- Itw.lh WUI.ptM-DtlJ,prneMIw Ons SI, bmuIIj enroll torn, a? vs. r-wuiMr.irnnriMiwwi. aMriiaAut t-., Ulun iMrnl, an I are. Subscribe for Thc Akols. "If grown people trill pertut in galloping to the grave by dosing with debilitating dntgi let then lave mercy en tlir little ona" , 31UXY0X. Mrs. Miiry Fendel, 203 E. Morris street, Indianapolis, Ind., says: "My 18-montbs-old son bad a severe attack of whooping rongh, followed by lung fever. This finally developed into asthma. Monyon's Remedies promptly cured the thUd.' Mr. P. McConachie, 109 Greenwood avenue, iMroit, Mich., says: "Indeed grateful to Munyon are mystaf and wife for the cure of our little one of a terrible case of eczema. "We tried everything before consulting Munyon." Guide t ) Health and medical advice ab solutely free. . Trof. Munyon, 1505 Arch sL, rhilaiielphia. LEGAL. Administrator's Xotlre, Kstute of Mary Ann Cunnam. deceased. The iinfln,iv,iwt huvlni, hiuui , . . - - BiiwiUVCU Mt- mlnistrat.ir with the will annexed, of the ea tale of Mary nn Cannam. late of the counts' of Rock Inland, state of Illinois deceased, hereby givus notice that he will appear before the eouuty court of hock lskind county, at the county coi.rt rixm. in the city of Kook Island, at the September term ou toe ttrst Monday in September next, at which t me all persons baring claim a-Minst said estate are notified and requested u attni. for the purpose of having the saiue.sdjtisicd. All IU'Mlt4 1 lll.llli.il ,n ..-.,1,1 . , . . . ... r-ii.ii i nunc on? re quested to make immediate payment to hue Dated tli.n I3!h dav June. A. D. !. John . Cannam. Administrator. itdmlnlstrator's Notice. Stste of Illinois, i County of Uoek Island, f88 -' -. ... uip-iii vi , . , yj me UKY term A. V. I Kim. um to seU real estate Gen- Frank W. Hlochlingcr. compla'nant, vs. Joseph ji,n:u.iiif,c:r. rfuuu jj. oiocunnger. iuLsa F. Kehrens. Fred Blochlinger. (ieore bebr ens. Ann. i Bebreus, IajuU Behrens, Kdward Kehrens. defendants. 111 1 liil" nillfive lw Vll.ru. n rrti--i . V, .. . ..I . o' a Uecre- of the circuit court of said county finlnniil M in IM lM In . ;. . . . i . - , ". i ii iuc rniuvc enuueu cause, aulliori1'.g and emnowerine the under k.kiim i,.iiuiiisir.ii?r wun ine wui annexed of mc Cytale oi rfosepn 1. iiUMViunser. deceased, tfl ,' H t h . ,kl nil .I. .I,. .I, . . ' - . - " "' . iimiiic ftJur.i;iiiiuf;eH, heruiuafter described. anJ all the estate, title uuu iiimt-i iiierem wnereor ine said Josenb ... .. ih..,iii.ii .cicu. in ice simple, the undersigned will, on the 3ntb day of July. A. I. low. at the hour of two (-) o'clock iu., i me mini uoor or ine court bouse In tht itv . if 1.'. ,.,i. 1. 1 . . . . .1 iM . ' n a.-i,i.u,l. III mtlU GUIUllVi oner for ule. to the higncst bidder, the fol lowing tract of land, with the appurtenances, in .,.,. ugwtiiucii iuuus; l'h m' i I V, -i I f ... I... . I r 1 1 i. " " - , ,,i iui "iA in; ill (MUCK sixty-two (ifc!), in lhat part of said city known an Chicago or Lower addition, and all the es- i?i biiu inieresi inerem oi tne com- Illlliniltlt Unit llnfunil.int. .il...u. i ' - , ... . v im i. ii I r. UIJU T UlklUCU, IIUU each of them, and all the estate, title and in terest therein wherof the said Joseph L, ii,n.uiiuKer, ueceaseo, aiea sei.eu in fee sim ple. 'i erms or sale, cash In hand. Rock Island. Illinois. June '.K. I!98. Vua-jlt W Hi .... . , - ' i'i.n.nL.i.,v,r.ii. Administrator with the, will anuexed of the oi tfusejm l uiocnuuger, ueceasod. STEAMBOATS. ..I.E;J. Diamond Jo Line. St. Louis & St. Paul P.ir-Vet IW. elegantly fitted steamers . between above Joints as follows: STKAUEB QCISCT. Qoint North at Xoon. June 13. 22. July 1. 10. 3l. St. Auc. 7, 17. 86. Sept. 4, 14. GOinq SoutA 6 . fn, June 18. jr. Julv 6. 15. Hi. Aug. S. 12. 82, 31. Sept 9, 19. STEAMF.B UUBCQCE. Getut A'ortlt of A'm. cl9 South I s. m. June la 27. Jury . IV 34. Aug. 3,12.21,31. Sept. , 18. June 23. July 2. 11, 90, 29. Aug 8. 17. 28. Sept. 14, 23. Carnival City Packet Co. Rejular Rock Island fe Hurli packet steamer V. J. Younjr. Jr.. nantisoineiy equipped, leaves for Bur- llnirton UVerv Moniliv V.lnoa4nr anil Friday at 4:30 p. ni. Steamer W. J. Young, Jr., leaves every Sunday at 3:30 p. iu. with special excursion" to Muscatine, returninrr at 11 p. m. Kound trip, including supper, f 1, or ii ccuts vi nuoui supper. Acme Packet Co. " Rock Island and Ifcivenrvnrt 471in. ton and Fulton packet line. Fast and finely equipped steamers Citv of Wi nona and- Verne Swain. Delightful steamers for pleasure parties. Koats leave at 7 a. m. am! S-1 .1 n m ttta i- v.a,v 1 '. u.. MWAK9 meet at LeClaire. Round trip to that juiiui ov cents. lo partnes of 10 or more, round trip rate to Clinton 75e. Rpt1,i- Sundaynund trip rate to ClintotTsOc. t or ireijrni ana passenger rates and all other -information in regard to anv of the above lines inquire of U EO. LAMOXT & SOX. Asrents. Foot of 17th St.. Telephone 1105. LADIEQmtdo DB. rrt IT I fx atDimta is the original and only FRKHCH. Bafa as" -Mbla ear oa til mmr k. P atJl, asct by aaaaV itenoiitt sjoaa saui Bg 1 J W ALGER WATER. Its Wholesomeness a Matter of Dispute Between Army" . ." Officers Interested, WELLS HAELLT COISIDESED SAFE. Cen. Garretaon Expecting borne of Bia Troops to Move Toward the Froat 8oow Code Sam Has Begua Faying Off the Boys at Camp Thuuuu Stay Begin Hot day Big Force Folly Equipped TUI ols Colored Troops In Camp. Washington, July 1 General Garret ion, commanding the Second brigade, First division at Camp Alger. Virginia, yesterday sent for the colonels of the regiments which make up that brigade ror the purpose of holding a confer ence. It has transpired that General Garretson expects cn regiment, and a halt of another regiment, to leave soon, and he ha9 chosen the Eighth Ohio and half of the Sixth Illinois. The other six companies of the Sixth Illinois and the Sixth Massachusetts are to break camp not later than Mon day, according to this story. Fear or the Terrible Typhoid. The fear of typhoid still prevails in the camp, and Majors Tarke and De vine, acting surgeons, . have been In vestigates conditions tending to pro duce this malady. One of these sur geons said that "one patient cou'.d put the whole camp on its back." The water supply is locked upon as the principal source of danger. Some of the wells are sunk to a depth of sixty-five or seventy feet, but it is said to be possthle for the germ of typhoid to reach that depth, owing to the sandy nature of the soil. Will Report Direct lo Alger. The surgeons making the investiga tions -say that if when their report is made Chief Surgeon Girard persists in holding that the water is pure they will forward their report to the war department. General Gobin has prom- to GENERAL JAMES F. WADE. lsed to see that this is done In case Colonel Girard maintains his position. A special commission has beeNi ap pointed to investigate conditions in the quartersof theNewYork cavalry, which now has five mp n at Fort Meyer suffer ing with typhoid. Complaint is made that the government has supplied no lime or other disinfectants. Faying Off the Volunteers. Chickn-.au.ea Park. Ga., July 2. The lritenfe heat the park yesterday made drill work rather exhausting, but the regiments were active in all parts of the park. The muster and pay rolls of nu merous regiments were submitted to Colonel Glenn, chief paymaster, Thurs day evening and yesterday the paymas ters began handing out the cash. A number ef regiments were paid for nearly two months' service, the average amount per regiment being about $25,- 0G0. Among the fust regiments paid were the Second Wisconsin, Sixteenth Pennsylvania, Third United States cav alry and the First Ohio cavalry. Tar get, practicf will begin In all parts of the First corps within a day or two. Movement of Troops to the Front. Celonel Lee, chief quartermaster, says that every arrangement to send the First corps to the front is about com pleted and an order to no could be com plied with at once. All plans for the movement of the troops have been defi nitely settled. Two brigades will go out each day after the order has been re ceived. At this rate the entire corps can be put out of the camp and on the way to the front within five days. Re cruits continue to arrive from various states. T'p to this time about 7.000 have reached the park. There are between 5.000 and 6,000 yet to come in addition to new battalions for four of the Penn sylvania regiments. ILLINOIS COLORED SOLDIERS, Six Companies from Chicago Go Into Camp at springueld. Springfield. Ills., July 2. The six com panies of colored troops of the Eighth regiment arrived in Springfield shortly after 6 o'clock yesterday and Were Im mediately marched to camp. Colonel Marshall, commanding the colored regi ment, quartered his men in the rear of machinery hall, and then began the preparations for laying out his camp. He hopes to have enough tents to quar ter the men and thus keep them to gether, rather than have half in tents and half in the building. Colonel Mar shall says he brought S0 men from Chi cago, and :00 soldiers came from Cairo, Mound City and Metropolis. They carripd huge flags and were ac companied by drummers. The men wece heartily cheered upon, their arrival. The colored companies from Quincy, Bioom Ington and Litchfield arrived in the aft ernoon. The Springfield companies went Into camp yesterday morning. The Chl gago boys bad a pleasant trip and are well satisfied. Cnlonel Campbell's men of the Ninth regiment have been de tailed at steady work and are accept ing their duties without a murmur. Col onel Campbell has his bath house run. ning. The camp equipments furnished by the government have arrived and are in use. There is no sickness in camp up to this time. General James II. Earkiey. of Spring field, recently assigned to duty with the Seventh army corps. General Fltzhugh Lee commanding, received orders from Sa tli3 adjutant general of the war de partment to report without delay to the :-imrr.anaing general at Jacksonville The Second Illinois regiment is a part of the Seventh army corps, so the indi cations are that General Earkley will have af lecsf one Illinois regiment In Bis brigade. .-; Third Call f.r Volunteers. WanV,l:t ;n. Ja:y t n can be stated Wffiitively that the president' ;ontemplate itsuins a third call for vol unteers within the next two Weeks. at least, as present Mans in all proba bility wUl preclude its issuance within a lortnignt, u then. Fire at Camp Dongbu.' West Superior. Wis.. Jut a a ft A cial to The Leader from Camp Douglas says: -i ne Datn nouse and pumping sta tion on tne grounds were destroyed by fire yesterday morning and the troops now nere are without water. FIBST HALF IS 8ATISFACT0EY. Meaning the First Hair of the Bnainesa imt, as nnutsrreet Thinks. Kew Tork. July 2. Bntdstreefs ssvs The first half of the year closes with a very satisfactory" showing possible in many lines cf trade, as evidenced hv the returns of tank clearances, railroad earnings, and by that Infallible meter cf the mercantile tfbrld, business rauures. Harbingers of the future er lour.a in the KeueraHv favnrnbla prospects, not only of cereals but of cotton, iruits and most products of agricluture. and a continued heavy toreipn aemana tor American products. The situation in iron is a rather mixed one, most complaints cominc- from th west. Pig iron and steel rails reflect tne lessened activity in a shading of prices. Doubts are cxpresKod'as to the ability oi me pig iron makers to control production, and the next ittn n-i,. will probably be full, of interest to the irun xraue generally. Tiie tone of the wheat market continues bearish. Rather less steadiness in prices is observable, most cereals, pork, lard! cotton, and several makes of niir iron helm in for the week, while the list of advances is exceedingly small. Steadiness has bepn a feature, however, nf nm rr.,.i hides and heavy leather, coffee, sugar anu prim riotns, copper and lead. . In spite of unfavorable fentn TCka Vl en were fewer failures, smaller liabilities ana consequently smaller assets thU year than In any previous year for fmir years past. Business failures number 6,4.'3, 8 per cent, fewer than a year age; 15 per cent, less than two years aco and only 3 per cent, lars-er than in iso Liabilities, too, are smaller, aggregating ii.i-u.Mi, n per cent, smaller than last year; 31 per cent, smaller than two years ago; 9.5 per cent rmaller than In 1835 and 57 per cent, below those of 1S93. Scores on the Diamond. Chicago, July 2. Follow! League records at base ball yesterday: At bt. LOUIS Washington 2. St. Tenuis 4; at Cleveland Boston 6, Cleveland 12; nt Louisville Baltimore 2, Louisville 0; At Plttsburs Brooklyn 8. Pittshnre- 7- at Cincinnati Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati n; at unicago Aew Tork 8. Chicago 4. VV ettern League: At Minneffnnlia Kansas City 2. Minnennnll i- nt -Mil waukee Columbus 10, Milwaukee 6; at rjetroit Indianapolis 7. Detroit at St. Paul Omaha 4, St. Paul 1. THE MARKETS. Chicag Grain and Produce. Chicago, July 1. Following were the nnntnlli.no nn il Board of Trade today:- Wheat Open.. High. -Low. Close! July $ .73 S .77H $ -73 t .76A September .. .6814 .W .68 .70 December ... .69 .704 .68 .704 Porn July 31 .22 .81 .32 September .. .32 .33 .32 .3 uecemoer ... .33 .33 .33 .33?i Oata July 21 .22 .21 .21T4 September .. .20 .20 .20 .20 Pork Julv 9 47ti a Kn e is oi; September .. 9.70 9.72 9.67 9.67 Lard . July 5.32 5.33 5.30 5.30 Kpi.tpmhir Sir, iTtZ. 5 ti: Produce: Butter Extra creamery. aoc per id; extra a airy, i:(c; fresh riai'tHr, atmilr 1 0lii lln T7.... r., -k ock, 10c per dox. Live Poultry xurKeys, oric per id; nicKens, c; nrinp. 1?lfr14f- Hnr-Ua fiilA, T.i. i c - v - , i-i .i ii, ..-.j v . ,! , a toes Old, common to choice, 40i50c per uu; new, -.w?rz.u per Dn. Hemes Strawberries. Michigan. 2!l!-40c per 16 ot rase: r.ixnVterriffl red !Uitf?7, r, 24-pt case; black, 30&ic per 24-qt case. Chicago Live Stock. T I ni'S TCsHmfttorl fAoolnte f,.a V. n Anr 21.0U); marleet fairly active and firm er; sales ranged at t2.503.70 for pigs, $XC03.75 for light ,$3.60,3.75 for rough packing. $3.0$3.80 for mixed, and $C75 , cr m . i . . . Kia.ca wr neavy pacKing ana snipping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for the rlnv r, fH I ft mint o r i, .no ramiml a t: n:i 5.40 for choice to extra Hteers. $4.7C5.O0 good to choice do.. $4.40i4.7a for fair to good. $4.00if 4.50 common to medium do.. 4.00S4.v5 hut" hers' steers, J4.15ft4.95 fed western uieern, s.i.Biwi.4.4U Blockers, J4.IH) 44.50 common to medium do., $4. 00ft 4.3 ruitehpru' RtoriN tl .rti k A n . . steers. I3.8C&4.40 stockers, $4.COS4.f0 iceaers. .'.aii4.i's cows. ?3.Z04.70 heif- $3.60(& 4.60 Texas steers, and 4.75fi75 . 1 1 DL 1 V . ei mum Dnrep nnu uunot-Jistl-mated receipts for the day. 11.000; qual ity faialy good; market , fairly active: feeling steady; quotations ranged at 4.0S5.?0 westerns. $3.i55.25 natives, and J4.1036.60 lambs. M II wankee Grain. Milwaukee, July 1. Wheat XLf titrhA.. iki t 1. .r . ..Mm . , , , v.. j. iiortjiern. 2c. Oats Steady. 2425c. Rye Steady; No. 1 ,44c. Barley-Nominal: to. 2. c: sample. 2Ec. Local Markets. Corn-anQ32c . - . Oau SWtic. Hav-1 imothy, wUd, 1788. Straw H Potatoes New. We. Butter Fair tr itttnl ui. .... Eggs- 10c Chickens-Spring. t2.4u32 7S per dozen. Coal -Soft. luc. - Cattle-Butters pay for corn fed steera. 4 4"4c; cows and heifers, 3H(fo; calves, H : Hom-iaviStt 75. Sheep-414.Vc. Spring Lamb r a head. PASTOR I A Tor lo&ats and Childm. " " Tli C:i Yea E:n Ihrp Jt Bean tbm ftgnatreof ASS2S?IATD TZEEOXAKi The president has signed thetbank rnptcy bill. The total nroDosala for th npv mv. ernment loan of 200,000,000 aggregate ITU.WU.UUU. "The president has appointed. Wysses & Grant, of New Yprk city, a cadet-at- arge at west fomt, Tne water at Saratoca V v ... an rough yesterday that the freshmen boat race was postponed to today. Michigan university conferred C74 de grees Thursday. Stanley Waterloo, the cnicago novelist, was made an M. A. Rev. W. W. Jacobs, of Kansas, has oeen nominated ror congress by the Re publicans of the Nineteenth Illinois dis trict . Prosper Duchann and Phartoa fn.ni miners, were killed at the Aragon mine. Iron Mountain, Mich., by a fall of ground. Graham, Budd and Gilbert carried of tne nonors in the trapshootlng tourna ment of the National Gun club at Mil waukee, i Albert Pack has announced himself a candidate In Michigan for the United States senate against Burmvi tha in cumbent. The report that E. Benjamin Andrews. Of Brown universltv. hail hun superintendent of the Chicago schools was a mistaKe. Ex-Rcrrptarv John sum.. i rived at Seattle from Alaska, and says us ii ip vraa me most delightful I have had the pleasure of taking." The internal revenue nntii..n. .u. Fifth Illinois district for the fiscal year ciiucu dune iu. lass, complete, excepting about $1,000. were $22,621,248. Mrs. Frieaa Lut ke, of South Chicago died from the effects of burns received while cleaning clothes with gasoline. Mrs. Lucke was 60. years old. Thomas Draper, 15 years old, con fesses that he made the five attempts to burn the factory of the Harvester King company, at Harvey, a Chicago suburb. Boring a hole half n ihhn.i, ,v. sole of a shoe is said to prevent Its squeaking. The reason assigned is that the air between the layers of leather is released by the boring. Senate and llouoe Doings. - Washington. Julv 2. Pne houts yesterday the senate had under uiHiuhsion tne Hawaiian annexation resolutions. PettUS of Alahnma ing for annexation, and Mallory of Florida acalnst. Some miscellaneous business was transacted. The house Dassed a ft w nrivtn l.ltlc but did nothing of general interest, ex- cepi to aajourn until Tuesday next, abandoning the usual evening session. Condition or the National Debt! Washington, July 2. The monthly statement' of the public debt shows that at the cli3 of business Wednesday the debt. leA cash in fhe amounted to $1,027,085,492. a dorrpnJ during the month of $10,688,268. This de crease is accounted for by a correspond ing increase in the amount of cash on hnnd from the proceeds of the n bond issue. The interest bearing debt is $817,267,470. I ' Populist National Convention. ' Atlanta, Ga.. July 2. The Pnip' Party paper publishes an address from iixn national organization committee calling for a national convent-ion at Cin cinnati, Monday, Sept. 5, to nominate candidates for president and vice presi dent and outline a plan of campaign ti cover tne next two years in anamina tion of the election of 1900. Dispatch from Admiral Dewey. WnfU.-n Julv 2. Th raw Mo. partmerjrf"Feceived a dispatch yesterday irom Aumirai i)ewey. dated Cavite, June 27. He made no mention of rein forcements and said he had avoided committinz this eavernment tn antr policy and had reft General Merritt iree. --. t'smursi rieet Goes to Sea. London, July 2. A disDatch to T.lnv.ia from Port Said says that the Pelayo, Emperador Carlos Quinto, Osada, Pat riots, uuenos Ayres, Isla de Banay, Rapido. San Francisco. Inla de T .ll,m and San Ignace de Loyola have gone to sea. First War Revenue Salt Grand Raoids. Mich.. Jdlv 2 Poster Stevens & Co., hardware dealers of this city, began suit for da maces aeainnt the American Express comnanv vesttir. day tecause the company refused to ac cept goods for shipment unless the ship pers wouia furnish the revenue stamp to oe cancelled on the receipt- Will Take a Long Holiday. San Francisco. Ju'r 2. The Prodnp exchange has adiourned until Werinm- day morning, July 6. Michigan Railway Earnings. Lansing. Mich.. Julv 2 ni.n... earned $2,555,078 in Michigan in April, an increase oi jz,ais over April of last year. The aggregate earnings rv,- v. first four months thla vpar hum o ri S74, an increase of 20 per cent over the same months of last year. Caa ajf Necessity. , DiccUSS Old man. tnnVo .,,.,,. dated m a great .many times, and I wouldn't strike on nanr if ifc wasn't - matter of absolute need. I am rafferins far the lack of 10. Shad bolt (reluctantly tianri;n it What'a the trouble, Dingnss? DiliatJSS Mv arifM haa ant. ho. t.w Bet on awheel, and I newl k tin n make the first payment on it Thaaka, oia leiiow. Ubtcago Tribune. Contrary to All Precedent, Railroad President What tinea thi. mean, air? Yon neve one of the subur ban trains leaving station at 8 o'clock. Superintendent I I thnnohfc that was right President Risht Whne of such a thing, airf Yon most be crazy. The idea of anv anhnvhan tin n where leaving station exactly on the a - - tiff t . sh . anas ii -jiV CT 8."01. New I or weekly. . How gttm Tlewa4 It, ' Perbapg ghe Wal iealnns nerhana aha wasn't: anyway, sha haii -tnct hrA of the engagement and she could not eip noticing tbe engaged girl'a pride in her captured youth. Keallt." ah aaiit awt k. ; i ea corniullv. there's ba wn,ntin. for tastea, it there? Some people think toey navn won ue game when they get the booby priza.'-' Chicago Pegt. ASS! QPEN LETTER To MOTHERiS. WE ARE ASSERTING LV Tire ExcLUsnT: use of "nTCIirR-S CASTORLV , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, cf Hyanm's, llassachuscth, was the originator cf "CAST0RIA," the cams 'that has borne and docs now bear rj m crcry thc facsimile signature of C&jffiz urappor. Tlus is the original "CASTOR I A" vhich has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for ever thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY ct the wrapper and see that it is the kind you have always bought Cn the and has the signature of GiLstfM&fa wrap per. No one has authority from me to use my name except M Ch24Ur Cmp?nU' f Which Chas' Um Fldchcr is President l)o Not Be Deceived ' Do nt endanger the life' of your child by accepting a cheap substilute which some t!rug.rlst may offer you (because hd makes a few more pennies on it), the in gredients of which ?vetl he does not k'now. ' " " The Kind ' You Have Always Bought " ' OCA DC TUP ClllHTiinr- O ui-ni 1 1 it- " Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed Ton. M CtinU CMMIIT, TT BtUKlUT STUtT. MCW TOr lT. : ... IXSURANCE. CHAS. E. HODGSON . Fire Insurance Agency, Established 1874. Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago. HI. Union Ins. Co. - Philadidnhis. Pa. Kockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111, Security Ins. Co. - New Haven, Conn. State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford. 111. Office, Room X. Buford block. Rates as low as consistent with security. J. M. Buford, General Insurance Agent. The old Fire and Time-tried Com panies Represented- Losses Promptly Paid. -Rates aa low aa any reliable eomnanv can adord. Your patronaae is aolic- uea.. CHAUBERLin, INSURANCE AGENT Pot tna TouVnrhaX Safe and BaSable ObtnnlesHa-- Traders Ins. Co Chicago Providence Washington Ins. Co., Provtdenoe Imperial In. Co. London Calaodonlan Ins. Co. Ed in burg Biglbib-Amerlcan Ins. Co., Liverpool and Xorwalk Pacific Ins, Co. Hew York Home Mutual In Co., Saa Francisco Office Boom SO Mitobell 4k Lynda'i Block. Tnlephooe Ho. 1080. A.D.HUESIUO, Beuteaetila the foDowinf well known fin and ftnililirt Inian Rochester Gem aa Ioa Co.. ...Rochester N T .....New York Huffalo. N Y - Philadelphia Peoria. Ill .Manchester. N M ...MUwsukee. Wis -New York r cwteneHier fire " .. Buffalo itftrmaa Reliance - .. (ienrt.a Fire .. Net. Hampnhlre " .. Milrake Meebanlea .. Kateuty and Casualty .. Offlea JDrhteenfh atreet Telephone 1047. DROP IN asaaaawaja BILLY CATT01TS Whito Seal calbon itiS Second Avtaca. Insurance agent TIIE COURTS OfR EIGHT TO the woun "castoria and " ' AS OUR TRADE MYfcir .' oivsiMMiunc tr . . THE TB MTELEBS' GUIDE, v pBlCAOO, BOCK I8LAMD PACIFIC BAIL. V .way Ticktu can ae parckaaed or kw.m ffS, " P TweitieU, ..naA IH. C H Im r depot, eoner Fifth avenaa aad Talrtav -tnt atraet, Vraak B flummet, Aaeat. I- TRAINS. East. Ue.'ivr L m tea Aumaba... Ft Worth Innver A k C... Mlmieapo is. Oma, a and lies Moines tOmahft A mnntapohs Omsbs A Dee HoU Ex ... tOataha Ex lenvr. incoln A Omsua. . Utnslii A Ifc-mvr Oiiiaht it DciiT-r Kock I -land A Ban-sa Ac... St Pan I A !ir.n iols Denrer, r't Worth A K O... tKanra City A M J ph.. IRock Island A Wsahiviitoa Chlraco A Oe Molina Bock Il and A BrooHya Ac . am l:Uu jt f;K in t 5:5)1 m it 1.4kM, 11-am ?:Uan l:Mol IOam l:UI lliMani ! 5:00 pm 5:iiB) : 5 id am MlOimi '13.40 pa it 1m0(d ' h-lt pm 11:l0psj ' B:isia HOpai IrtAaai tst5pm tT:lSaa 1 10 as 8:4 bin It fc Wipm tlU:40ani itl:Vlaai t 4u cm tTraat tT:40ai .r.?1 ,PeP5nre- tT. except Saadav. All others dally. Telephone lwi. . .7 BUHL1NGTO ROTJTB-4J B Q .,..-.wiT7Sei.1 an 1 BATJ, TRAIlta mti lamiva 8t 1. aprlngneld. Petrli. ' Bar Qil'. vtaMonatoath Tan etaOaai Cli'eaeo, sterling, ulioioa 4 Dnbuqae t-T:40 a aaa Feona. Beamatown. Bar- ltepoa. IK nver AWest,... 1 1 pm rll am JKanl A Mlnnnpo'l T 80 pa 1:10 aa Sterilnr. Clnton A Dnkeqne T.SOua t f4laaT V 8t-1. . K nM t'l v, Denver APae Oafnsosle.h'rr 7piB s:BB Dally. tDUy sicept Sinday. j CHICAGO. MlLWAfKEH A iT FAtX HaU- ! .""r-KaclB. A antbesuna DlTlW 1 ixipot Twcnileth s'rset, between rlit aaA ZZZZ avenue. L B Greer, Afloat, awaia TRAlN'd AamVa MallaalSxpreas e-an . ) mitlaandAeeommoaatic, g g Vl, Daily except Sunday, n OCK ILASD A PEORtA RATLWAT- DimttfirM Awnn. u.4 . .. i. . itoekaoaae, Oen'l Tkl Agent. TRAMfB. Luti Aaarra 8prlntclild, Cincinnati, Pag-j rla, ate Peons, Bjiringfli-id, 61 Lonlf noM mm etc Accnaoc'atina Fan Fr"lebi p.-orl. npriidlcld. Ciucin asti, etc . Peoria Areo Frelrtt.'.'.". Bherrard AccoTnviulloa.. t'aWo Aeomodatloa Cah a and gnerrard Aocori . . B.OS am VIM am 1.45 pm 7:i0 pm tm am :4n am : $pm 1i:n aa lais' 4 51 saa l-J pas T.-W am pFsaenier trains leave C R I A P (Matin arenne) depot ava (5) minute earlier laaa tbn Colona Sand Stone Quarries Sawed building stont, Ashlar and Trimmings a specialty. For cheapness, durability and beauty eioelled bj none. Tkia ton doei not wun or color tba wall with alkali, eta Plant aent na for eetimatea will raoeiva careful attention and ba returned promptlj at oar eipcme. Qatrriei 12 mllei from Bock Island on the C, B. Q. R. B. Train. Noa. ft and 10 will stop and let visitor, off and oa. . Bridge stone, corn crib blocks and foundation stone, any size desired. Samples of. Stone and Photos of bnildinfra can ba aera at Boom So. 12, Mitchell Lsdei bixlid- . ing. Addraaa: , ARTHUR BUERALL, UMngtr Bock Island or Colons, DL ' i. i s I