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THE AKGTJS, FRIDAY, SEPTEilBER, 22, 1899.
THE TRAVELERS" GUIDE
Y"'HICA Kt CE ISLAiCD PACIFIC HKU.
, way Ticket '.a a b purchased or batrgafrt
CMetei H i P Twentieth street -P'
OBI1P f epo', correr Fifth avtmse and Thirty
frst it'Nt, Frank B Flununer, Agent.
Denver Ltm'ted A Omahi.
Ft Worth. Denver at O.
Mlmeapo ta ...... .........
Omaiia and Dee Moines...
tUmaaa A Minr.eaDOiis. . .
. 3:10 m :00 aa
. ,t 6 uu tl0:40 pa
. t 6:V)im :O0 ps)
.8:00 am 10:4flpi
tis :00 am ju
Omaha St Des Moi-s Bx .... 7:55 am tl0:40pi
juenvcr, Lincoln a, tm.na.. am t 8:67 aa
lKnw. Lincoln A Omaha. ... 3:0a am t I :IH ta
Dei Moines Express tU:00 m t 6:6 am
Bock Inland A bore in Ac... j$ 4:30 prof 6:30 pm
Bt Paul A Mlnneaporls ! l:C5unk 9:06 pm
Denver, Ft Worth A K O 16:00 am' 1 10:40 pa
1 Kansas City st JosA
Denver, 11:10 nt 6:30 am
iSock Island A Wasbininos
1 1 :Vt pm! S :60 pw
Chicago A Wet Liberty
Knok Island A Boolyn Ac.
jOmaha and Itock Island, ...
t :1S pmf :8B pm
5:86 pm t 7:40 am
MIBI. (AVsnLUiC fUMIf. wmuw oux'..r.
Daily except Saturday. All other dally. Tele-
BCKLTN'QTON ROUTS O 1 ( O RAH.
war Depot Tint traiu aad Kiwall
.reet, M J Young, Agent.
Bt L., FpnagPeid, Peoria.
Bar. -iln. tU keanoiti
Ofc1eKO, Hurling, Clinton A
Peoria, Bea'dftown, Bor-
lingsoa. Ix-irver AWeet....
Pt. f-aal A Minneapolis. ....
bterlina-, C'lnton A babaque
70 an T:20p
t T:40m t 8.40 pa
t2:5 pm tll8s
7:Jim 8:15 u
7:&0pmt 8:0 am
SR. L.. Kansas Ct v, Denver!
A Pae. Cowt 'a (Jalob'nt
7:10prg 6 65 am
Daily. tDaily except Buaday.
CHICAGO, MILWACKIU A BT PATJT. RnU-
V wny Ktcma A southwestern lr.vtica
Depot Twentieth street, between rix.tand fcoccne
avenues. L. u Urear, Agent.
1'KAlMa i.aay Aaaiv
Mall ant Kxpress... 7:30 am 9:15 am
t rsnl xpro 4;(a pm ll:0aD
rrelgbt and Accommodation 8:00 am 9. to an
Sail except Sunday.
DOCK ISLAND A PB OB 'A BAILWAT
r oejoi First Avrnne acd Twettl.ih street
S t)tocaho(e, tree'! Tk't Agent.
TRAINS. Laava I Amrvs
Spruigiieia, uincimiau, Pao-
rla, etc 10.19 on
Feona, eprinrceld, &t LouIp
etc 9iS6am :' pm
Accomodation 'Kut repht. 10:10 am
Peoria. Springfield. Cincin
nati, etc l:4Spm 11:15 aa
Peoria Acrcm. Freight...... 7:10 pm l:ft an.
Bherrard Accomodation 5:u0m 4: AO pa
Cable Accomodation 8 :4 am 2 :30 pa
Cable and Knerrard Aecom.. a-.'JU prj 7:t5 am
fuwtiiar uauts leave C tt i A P (Mclln
aenoo' depot ore (M mmntea earlier Wan Unit
rlwii. Trir, raraed daily, all other traisi
dally exceDt Bnnaay.
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American I us. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, III.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ir i. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New llaven. Conn.
Ins. Co. SUt.e of 111., - Rockford, 111.
Offlee, Room J, Buford blook. Ratea
aa low aa eonalstent wltn leourily.
J. M. Buford,
Toe old Fire and
Tl ne-tried Com
Losses Promptly Paid.
Ratea aa ow as any
can afford. Your
nmtronage la aolio
led. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known lflre and Aoclclent Iejot
ajooe Oompanles :
Rochester German Ina Co..
Cierman " ..
Mjdalo German " ..
Reliance " ..
.Rochester. N Y
Buffalo. N Y
...Manchester, N U
G ;rmua Fire "
N Uampsblre "
M'lwaulcce Meohanlca "
Fllslity and Caaaaity
Off oe eornex Xlghteenta street and
Second avenue, seoond Soar.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
as for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. . & Q. R. R.
Trains N.-s. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stcne and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, IH.
McCASKRIN & McCASKSIN.
Attorneys at Law.
nerKreU A Kath's a wore. MUaa omca oe
a. c. ooinuT. a. o. oowwbixy
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorney at Law
Money loaned Office over Tbomaa' drag
i tiri" corner 01 sbcuou ivouu. mxk
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee In Rock Inland National Bank Build
WM. 1. LTJDOLPH. BOBT. K BBTHOLOS.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 170 Second arenas, Buford
K D. BWBBSBT. O- U W1LIIS.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office m Bengston Block.
C. J. SKABLE,
C B. MARSHALL,
State's Attorney. . : . .
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
lens. Refereoce Mitchell A Lynde, bankers.
jfflce, Mitcheu a L,ynoe ouuuing.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney of Rock Island. Room i,
fcfltcbeu A i.ynae Duuaing.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
rnuug 1 " ' -
street. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and
T to 8 p. ta. bunday, 8:30 to 0:30 a. in.; 1:80 to
, p. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Homoeopath! a Physician.
Special attention to diseases of women and
ablldren, also d incases of ' eye, ear, nose and
tfiroat. urace nours :jo iu is . m., mv v
m. Si! Sixteenth street, Rock Island.
J. B. BCBKHAHT, M. D ...
. BBS. HAD M. BTJBkBABT, M. D.
DRS. BURKHART & BURKHART,
Office Tremanti block. Office hours 8 to 12
a. m., 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. '1'hone No. 4092.
Rock Island, 111. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m.,
I to 4 p m. and 7 to 9 p. m. Night calls from
ai?e Phone 40S4.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentin,
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surirleul operations per
formed in a bclcn'.itlc manner. IX) (rs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence,
Ib26 Fifth avenue. Telephone 4401. Office
and lniirmary, 181.V1B17 Kourth avenue
(Maucker s stable), opposite No. 1 fire bouse.
DR. H. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert in the treatment oi
nervous, private and ail chronlo diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to li t o 4, 6 to 8. Sundays 10 to It
Harrison and Second sireeta, opponite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
Office. Harper House Pharmacy. cNlghtcalls
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms IS and 15. Mitchell A Lynda building.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a m. and 1 to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR.
Office hours 9 to 12 a. m.. I SO to 4:S0 p. m.
its Eighteenth street. Opposite Union afflee.
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents
Sllnner Block. Second Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, iTop.
Out Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
C.ty store, 1807 Seoond avenue. Tslepboce
Dr. William" Indian Pile
Ointment wil ire Blind
Uit-liiiir an Iicbina
Piles. It atortsthe tumora.
aiiays the itcbini; at once, acts
m nnuitiff. irivi, instant re-
licf. Dr. William' lndinn Pile Oint
mrnt isnrroaml for Pilrand 1 ch
in of the private parts, fcvrry box ia
warranted, liv omi.'(risi. oy m'i on rv
eipt of rnri. b9 ceata and Sl.oo. W:L 'US
4UNUFCCTUR1KS CO.. iP. Cleveland, OE
Said by M T. BaabMB OrucglstB.
FALL POLITICAL FIGHT
Massachusetts Democracy Gets
Into Line Therefor with Some
Trouble of Spirit.
POLICE I0ECE USED IN THE HALL,
One Speaker Beins Pat Down by an Offi
cer Row Canted by the Appointment
of delegates to the National Convention
Governor Present Their Remedy for
the Trust Difficulty Omaha Kepubllc
tn Nominate m Ticket Republican l"n
pleasantne.s In Maryland.
Huston. Seit. 22. Tin- riotous sct-ues
ftml the bitter fights ln'tween the two
lemo-ratie fat-tious lu this state
which characterized the nll-nteht ses
sion in Mnsie hall herein IS'.MS and that
at Worcester the following year Were
renewed with rvpn grenter bitterness
sit the annual couveutiou of the state
Icinocracy- in Mechanics hall yester
day. There was hardly a moment aft
er the Kieeches of the temporary and
IH-rmanent presiding officers were con
cluded when there was quiet ami har
mony in any degree. At times all the
delegations were upon their feet, the
members standing on chairs or tallies,
shouting in the heat of passion some
denunciatory remarks at the chairman
or the jK'i-son who was endeavoring to
peak upon the platform.
Police Puree on the Platform.
At this time it seemed as though
even the force of UK) policemen in liie
hall would br of no avail so ini
pnssioiiecl were those upon the floor,
jiud the climax came. when, at the
request of the chairman, the captain
of the police appeared upon the plat
form and placed liis hand upon Itep
liseniative .lohn E. J-'itzgenild. in
readiness to forcibly remove liiin from
the platform had lie not subsided and
allowed the chairman to address and
calm the excited assemblage. The
cause of the tumult which raged for
nearly three hours was the question
before the liot'.y of accepting the action
of the state committee in appointing
a list of delegates to the national con
vention. Hut this was carried, the
delegation being headed by Robert
Treat l'aine, Jr., and John II. Mack.
Ticket nncl Platform.
The state ticket is as follows: For
governor. Robert Treat l'aine. Jr.;lieu
teiiant governor. John H. Mack, of
North Adams; attorney general. John
If. Morrison, of Lowell; auditor. V. I.
Hamsdell. of Lynn: secretary. Henry
I.loyd. of r.oston; treasurer, Joseph J.
1'l.vnn. of Lawrence.
The platform indorses that of Chi
cago in full, especially the silver
j.lank: denounces trusts; characterizes
the Philippine war us criminal ag
gression: wanton needless ami waste
ful:" denounces the action of the au
thorities in the Coeur d'Alene labor
troubles; favors the initiative and
referendum, popular election of I'nit
ed States senators.au eight-hour work
day, abolition of the law graining a
life tenure tt members of the judiciary,
and general public ownership. The
platform concludes with pledging the
loyalty of the Massaehussets Dem
ocracy to William Jennings Hryan.
KIIMKD1KS AGAINST TRUSTS.
Proposed by the Convention of Governors
Held at St. Louis.
St. I.onis. Sept. 22.- After two days
of speech-making the governors, attor
neys general, and other state repre
sentatives who have been holding a
conference here on the invitation of
fJovernor Sayers. of Texas, adopted a
statement outlining the legislation
needed to control the so-called trusts
mid combines, and adjourned sine die.
The remedies against trusts presented
and adopted can be summarized as fol
lows: "The enactment and enforcement,
both by the several states and the
nation, of legislation that shall ade
quately ami fully deiine as crimes any
attempted monopolization or restraint
of trade iu any line of industrial ac
tivity, with provisions for adequate
punishment lwitli of the individual or
the corporation that shall 1h found
guilty thereof: punishment to the cor
poration to the extent of its dissolu
tion. "The enactment by each of thestates
of the I'niou of legislation for the
adequate and proper control and regu
lation of corjMirations chartered by
that stab", and we recommend as
efficacious a system of reiorts to and
examination by state authority."
Then it is proposed that each state
regulate the entry into it to do busi
ness of any corporation incorporated
iu any other state, iu such manner
as the first state shall sec lit, requiring
such corj (orations to obtain licenses,
etc.: absolute prohibition of any cor
poration licensed in one state to do
business exclusively iu other states:
prohibition of the formation of a cor
poration by a corjMtratioti. and the
holding of stock of one corporation by
n not her: absolute prohibition of any
corporation which is a member of any
pool or trut: requirement that capital
stock shall be actually paid up iu full.
KEN IIMCANS OP NEIIRASKA.
Nominate the State Ticket and Go Wild
Over War Speeches.
Omaha. Sept. 22. The Republican
state convention yesterday was oue
of the most harmonious gatherings
ever held by the party iu this stale.
M. It. Reese, of Lincoln, was nomi
nated for supreme judge on the lirst
ballot: K. ". Mci;ilton. of Omaha, and
William It. Ely. of Ainsworth, were
nominatitl for regents of the state uni
versity the same way. Frank C Rea
vis. of Falls City, was introduced as
tenqMirary chairman, and made a
warm Republican sin-ecli iu which he
said the trust couhPnot le made the
issue. After tin; applause which
greeted the chairman's siutt-h had
suicided the usu;il committees were
apMiinted. Major Killaiu. of the First
Nebraska, was called for. vociferously
applauded, und made mi earnest
sp-ecli iu In-half of upholding the
bauds of the national administration
In the Philippines, and this was loudly
Senator Thurston and several others
made speeches, but the cue which set
the delegates and spectators wild was
that of Chaplain Mailey. of the First
?:.braska. His opening sentence
started th? pandemonium of cheering.
He said he had never voted a Re
publican ticket in his life, but he in
tended this fall to vote to uphold the
hands of the administration in the
The platform heartily indorses the
wise, conservative and patrotic ad
ministration of President McKiuley"
and his course with Spain and the
Philippines; "adheres unequivocally
to the gold standard and is unalterably
opposed to the free coinage of silver;"
denounces "the attempt now desper
ately being made to again array labor
and" capital iu hostile camps; opposes
trusts and combinations." A liberal
pension iHilicy is recommended, and
the loyalty "of the "sound money"
Proposes to Make the Fight Principally
Boston. Sept. 22. The Anti-Imperialistic
League yesterday issued the
following: "rnauthorized statements
having been made as to the objects of
the Anti-Imperialist conference in Chi
cago. Oct. IT. it should lie said that
there will lie no attempt there at nego
tiation with any political party. It is
hoped that this conference may plan
for a systematic effort to crystallize
the opposition to the president's
It is true that in doing this the
anti imperialists must denounce Mr.
McKiuley individually, because he un
lawfully initiated the slaughter in the
Philippines by his declaration of war
lec. 21. 1NIIS It simplifies
our efforts that, because of this im
pregnable fact, neither the country
nor any jMilitical parly in it is respon
sible for Mr. McKinley's war. or is In
any way bound to support it.
"The anti-imperialists hope to arouse
llieir fellow citizens to the gravity of
the issue which has been forced upon
the. people, that no candidate for the
next presidency can expect suet-ess tin
less lie disavows the colonial and im
perial acts which have actuated Mr.
McKiuley and his pernicious advisers."
Tteevee in the Kare for Governor.
Streator, Ills.. Sept. 22. At a meet
ing of over li n prominent Republicans
of the Eleventh congressional district,
held here yesterday. Representative
Reeves declared himself a candidate
for the office of governor. The meet
ing was called to get an expression
of the feeling throughout the district,
and it was unanimous that Reeves be
supported as the candiate for governor
and resolutions to that effect were
adopted. Reeves was called before
the meeting and after expressing his
thanks for the honor bestowed upon
him said: "If I am to bo the candidate
for governor. 1 want to say at the out
set that under no circumstances will
I become the candidate of any faction
of the Republican part v."
THE MASKETS. """"'
Chicago Gr.iiu ami I'ro ltie-j.
Chicago. Sept. 21.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Hoard of Trade today:
Wheat open. Hich. Low. CIos?.
September ..$ ' .7:u8 5 .TO's .TZ
December ... . 7 1 Ti .7:5 .712 ."il
May 74 Ta .74 .74
September .. .S-Pi .Zi .33V2 .34
December ... .29 .2'Ji,i .iit-'s
May o0i .30V .30 .308
September .. -22',i .22i .22' .22--i
December ... .22 .22'i .21", .224
May 23' i .238 .23 .23V2
October 8.02i S.07Vi 7.93 S.P2i
December ... 8.17-i 8.20 8.10 S.15
January S5 9.67 9.D7Vi 9.62i
October 5.32 n.32',3 S-27 5.30
December ... 5.40 5.40 5.35 5.40
January 5.50 5.52H 5.47Vi v.a-Vs
October 5.20 3.20 5.07Va 5.13
December ... 4.97'i 5.00 4.95 5.00
January 1.02'i 5.05 5.00 5.02
Produce: Rutter Extra creamery,
22c per lb; extra dairy. 18c: packing
stock, 13c. Ept?s Fresh stock. 134j)
l"'.2c per doz. Live poultry Turkeys,
9?i 12c per lb: chit kens. 9c: springs, 10c;
ducks. 7f8c; geese. $3.50(0:6.00 per doz.
Potatoes-Early Ohio. 304 33c Per bu;
Hebrons. 33W35c. Sweet potatoes Jer
seys. $2.656i2.90 per bbl. Apples 1. 25
&3.00 per bbl. Cranberries Cape Cod,
,5.00 5.23 per bbl.
Chicago I.lve Stock.
Chicago, Sept. 21.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
27 000. Sales ranged at $3.75?i4.70 for
pigs, $4.354i4.75 for light. ?4.10&4.20 for
rough packing. $4.30&4.70 for mixed and
$4.25Si4.67,a for heavy packing and
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 10.000. Quotations ranged at $6.40
fi.70 for choice to extra steers. $5.65tfj
6.35 for good to choice do.. $5.10&5.6O for
fair to good do.. $4.605.00 common to
medium do.. $4.20(54.50 butcher's steers.
$4.50(U6.3o fed western steers. $3.25(54.80
feeding steers. $2.25S4.50 cows. $3.23ij.'
5.50 heifers. $2.S0i4.50 hulls and oxen.
I3.754j4.75 stags. $3.60(ff4.75 Texas steers,
$4 005.30 grass western steers. $3.40r
4.70 western cows and heifers, and $5.50
ji8.00 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. 15.000. Quotations ranged at $3.20
(5 4.30 westerns. $2. 904. 50 natives and
M 11 wantcee Grain.
Milwaukee, Sept. 21.
Wheat Higher: No. 1 northern. 71Ja
?72c; No. 2 northern, sg-aeio-ic. Rye
Higher: No. 1. TiSTioSVic. Barley Low
er; No. 2. 43Vs'fr46c: sample, 41gl3VaC.
Oats Higher; 23V324c.
Spring Iamb i5O&3.50
Hav Timothy, t79; wild, I7.50&&.
Hatter Choice to fair, 18c; fresh creamery,
Kpes 1 2c
Chickens 7c per pound.
Spring chickens PC.
Ihick 7c per pound.
Coal Soft. 10c.
Cattle Uutcbers pay for corn-fed steers.
5&.V4c; cows and heifers, 3ftc&4ftc; calves,
A fair of" rocks ffom the center of
the Horseshoe Falls at Niagara has
iiad the effect of restoring it to the
shape from which it derived its name.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yon Hare Alwajs Bought
FIND MEN AT FAULT,
So the Coroner's Jury in the Car
terville Negro Killing
BUT ONE MAN DIRECTLY ACCUSED
Indictment of the Assiilant oT the Ne
eroes Keing General Other News of
Mining Ial.or Troubles Heavy Pailnro
on the Chicago Itoard or Trade Celebra
tion of the Funk Settlement Gov. Tan
ner's Health Very Much improved.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. 22. -A Cartcr
ville special to The State Journal says
that Hie secret verdict of the coroner's
jury in the Carterville riot case is iu
two sections. The lirst states that
II use Hradley. John Hlack. T. L. Floyd
and Henry Hranmn came to their
deaths by gunshot wound.-, inflicted
during a riot, and charges Wesley
Shadovveu. Elmer James. Lent Shad
owne. Willis Carney. Will K-lly. and
others known to the jurors, with beiug
engaged in tin? riot. The jury states
that it Is unable to say which of the
accused men killed the negroes.
One IMrect Charge of Murder.
Ill the second section of the verdict
the jury linds that the tilth negro
killed. Sim Cummings. was shot by
Elmer James and others, thus making
a direct charge of homicide against
James. The special says that the ne
groes at the Rrush mine attempted to
kill one of their number whom they
accused of betraying them into the
hands of the white miners. The ne
gro was rescued by the militia and tied
the neighborhood. The white miners
are now looking for him. They desire
to prosecute him for participating iu
the Sunday riot, to offset the cases
brought against them.
Settles Willi the l"n ion.
Springfield. Ills., Sept. 22. Opera
tors T. S. Wilhite and Disclio. of the
two mines at Colfax, near lllooming
ten. held a conference yesterday with
State President Hunter and Slate See
lctary -Treasurer Ryan, of the Fnited
Mine Workers, the result being that
tin; operators agree to pay 42 cents
per ton, an advance of 2 cents, and
to advance the wages of tin; day la
borers from !." to 2." cents and other
laborers in porprotion. The operators
further agree to pay the stale scale as
soon as their output amounted to 2-"i)
Will Not Recognize the Union.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. 22. - A De
catur special to The State Register
says the price of coal in that city has
advanced 21 cents per ton, being
brought there from other cities, owing
to the strike and a further advance is
looked for. Manager Armstrong, of
the Decatur Coal Mining eompauy. is
determined to operate his mines on tin;
ten hour per day plan and will not rec
ognize the union, claiming an eight
hour day will not permit the men to
mine enough coal to supply the de
mand. Fees of Mnklers In Chancery.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. 22-The ap
pellate court lias rendered a decision
in which it holds that in counties not
of the third lass, for examining ques
tions of law and fact on issue by tin;
Pleadings, nuil reporting conclusions,
whenever specially ordered by the
court, masters in chancery shall re
ceive a sum not exceeding $1. and no
other fee or allowance whatever.
S KIT I . F. 11 K NT O F I-INK'S GROYK.
Celebration There or the Seventy-Fifth An
niversary It-raws a Crowd.
Rloomington, Ills., Sept. 22. An itn-
menseniumbcr of people, including
many of the pioneers of central Illi
nois, cerebrated Wednesday the seventy-fifth
anniversary of the settlement
of Funk's (Jrove, this county, by Isaac
Funk, who became the greatest land
owner in the west. The celebration
was at the old Methodist church in
Funk's grove, seven miles southwest
of this city. Addresses were made by
Louias II. Kerrick, Professor I. N.
Wright and Mrs. Howard Finik
Humphreys. of Rloomington. La
fayette Funk, of McLean, and others.
Isaac Funk, who came from Fayette
county. ().. in 1N24. settled in Hit? grove
six vears before tin' founding of Rloom
ington and became the owner of 2o.(HH)
acres of land, or nearly three-quarters
of Funk's Orove township, which is
now owned by his children and their
HEAVY PA 1 1. CUE AT CHICAGO.
ltottrd of Trade Firm Goes Down with I ia
bi lilies or S'OO.OOO.
Chicago, Sept. 22. Harrett, Fa run m
& Co.. a board of trade house of con
siderable importance, failed yesterday
morning. The losses, averaging from
s;!5t) to $.".(XM. fall tu members of the
board and aggregate about $21 K Mt h .
The spurt in prices, which caused the
failure, was the first movement of any
note in wheat for months. Rarrett.
Farntim & Co. were supposed to lo
short anywhere from T.ihmUHM to
"ihi.(khi bushels of December wheat
from ;i up to 71'S; cents.
The suspended linn is one "of the
licst known tin the board of trade.
Thomas Rarrett. Hit; senior memlier;
John and Tony Rarrett, ami E. H.
Farntim compose the linn. The losses
were well distributed, but few con
cerns coming tint free from harm. Out;
of the largest firms in the Hoard of
Trade building is the heaviest loser.
Gov. Tanner in Itelter Health.
Springfield. Ills.. Sept. 22. Governor
Tanner left yesterday noon for Chi
cago, and from there goes to DeKalb,
wln-re he will attend the dedication of
the new Northern State Normal school
and deliver an address. He is iu much
iH'ttcr health than for several weeks.
Will Be Quern or the Carnival.
Carlyle, Ills.. Sept. 22. Voting on the
selection of a queen of the carnival
und street fair which occurs in this
city Sept. 2. 2t and yesterday re
suited iu the election of Miss Mollie
Menzi. of Trenton.
Offers the Men Profit-Sharing.
Chicago. Sept. 22. The piano firm of
Steger Ac Co. projMjses to offer all the
employes a guaranteed interest of 3')
per cent, on their earning capacity,
and thereby avoid strikes and ail torts
of labor troubles.
Jl?? is alwavs at home iu a JKWKL
MmfMA STOVK or RANC.K. burns
gjPPA irecr, gives better service xvith
CvTvtAle-ast amount of waste,
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The Adam's Wall Paper Co 's display of fine
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FINE TAILORING . . .
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be fonnd by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Novelties
in suits the prices rango from $18, $20, $22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers rango from $5, $5 60, $6, $6.50 and
upward. Cons in and 6eo our line line.
QUS ENGLINt 1X09 Second Ami
goldteeYh not all gold.
Often Are Removable Shells. Worn
t Malie n Show.
I'd hate to pay that woman's dentist
bills," said a business man to a friend
on a South Side L train the other day.
Across the aisle from the men was n
woman who showed enough gold every
time she opened her mouth to make a
man want to leave home and try his
fortunes in the Klondike. Two of her
upper teeth had been replaced by
pieces of burnished metal, aud one of
her lower teeth also had a 22 carat
sheen about it. Her companion had
only one gold tooth, but she kept it
doing the work of three by a constant
"That's another case of the old adage,
'All that glitters is not gold.' " said the
business man's friend. "One of the
dental novelties makes gold teeth pos
sible to any one at a small cost and
without even sacrificing a healthy in
cisor to make room for the metal. For
a quarter yon can get a shell that can
le stuck over any front tooth, and with
an excuse to smile you can present a
regular gold mine to the astonished
'Actresses first affected the gold
tooth, and then the Yankee man got
an Idea. In a short time there was an
epidemic of gold teeth. The novelty
man came out with his ptatcd shellst
and sold them like hot cakeaf. -o oim
but the dentist has any kick against
the Imitation gold tooth, and as a daz
zler it is hard to beat. That woman's
teeth may be the real stuff, but I be
lieve she. can slip them off when she
wants to and get them plated when
they get tarnished." Chicago Inter
He Wan a Little Hit Close.
"The meanest man I ever knew,
said the short passenger, "was a fellow
who got a football and painted It to
look like a "watermelon. Then dining
the suinmer months he kept it conspic
uously displayed in his back yard and
amused himself setting a savage bull
dog on hungry people who happened to
take a fancy to the bogus melon."
"He certainly had his mean points,"
said the fall passenger, "but I know a
fellow vho could give him a discount
and then beat him at his own game.
I was in a restaurant once where this
fellow was getting his dinner,. After
he had finished he called the waiter
who had served him and asked:
" 'How much do you got for a tip as
"The waiter's eyes sparkled. lie rub
bed his hands together and replied:
" 'Well, sah, we ginally gits at least a
quntah. but sometimes nice, genteel,
prosK.'i-ous lookin gemtuanu like yon
gives us ")0 cents.'
"Then what did this fellow do but
put on his hat and say:
"'Thanks. I merely wanted to know
how much I was going to lie ahead by
not givisg you anything. "Chicago
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110-314 Twentieth Street..
Estate of r.Ilen l'.Ilis. deceased.
The undersigned, hnvins been appointed
executorof the IhsiwIU uml tet onent of Kllen
Klli-. late of the county of Koek Island.
Slate of Illinois, deceased, hereby Hives notice
that he will ;ii;p-ur before llie comity court of
Kock Island county, til the county enurt loom,
in the city of Koclt Kl.ind. iu the November
term, on iro lirst Monday in Nov ciulitr next,
at which time all persons lmvini; rliiituft
aKatnst Mild estate :ire not'ticd and requested
to attend fur the purpose of LuviuK ilm huiiib
adjusted. All persons Indebted to suid estate
are requested to make nmni'diule puyuicnt to
Uatcd this 5ta day of Sept- ruber. A. D. IfW.
T. 11. Ki.i.is, i jtccutor.
Estate of August lluesl: g, deceased.
Tho undersigned having nceu appointed
execiirix of the last will and testa
ment of August Iluesint,. lale of the
county of Itock Island, slate of Illinois,
deceived, hereby gives notice that she will
appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, at the county court room. In
the city of Rock Island, ul the November
term, on the lirst Monday in November next,
at which time all persons having claims ak'ulmt,
said estate are noiilied und reuutsled to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same ud
jUHled. All persons Indebted to ald estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this aist day of August, A. 1). IHP.
Mauia llrn iNii. Kxccutrlx.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Kst ate of Thomas Shea, deeea etl.
I'liniie notice is hereby iven !uat the; un
dersigneti.IMi.Tei; Meant;, has this day tiled
his Mini report ami settlement as Mil h iu tut;
Eint v court of Kock Island count v. and that
order has been entered by said .-ourt uppiov
t lie said report. uuIcks objcvMi hih thereto
or cause to the contrary be shown tin or Ite
fore the -AM day of September. A. II. IWIK. and
upon the lilial approval of said reHrt the said
I-ierce Keat-u iil ak for an order of dis
tribution, ami vi ill also as't to bt; discharged.
All persons interested are not itied to all end.
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