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THE AKGUS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1894.
HOT FOR PECKHAM.
That Vacant 8eat on the U. 8.
DATE SEJZCT8 THE IT0HHATI05,
BwM M. Hilt Itmugm Seal" .
la M-Tkt mm tmm anaallaa
rMw taw vaSes textti mi Asalyais ttwut-
Tteea ml Trytmg tm Cms a Qmrnwrnrnt
Wasm-tsToft, Feb, IT. The pfuIi ad
jotarrteil few minute pant 4 p. m. yeter
4aT after upending th better part of two
dara coanlilrrlnK the atanlaatNit. of W. II.
ftckaam, o New York, to ba awwrlata
Jawtirsaf imt PiprrM eoort. Tba vots
ad Jn to taken na a mntkm to cntf
Im tko aomlnatkoa awl I be remit, whlra
waa rejection by a rot of 33 to 41. was
kaowa, Tka vote In detail was aa follows:
Yea Rata, BlarkKnnt, Brlea, Boiler.
Caff err. iNxna, Faalaaev, tlenrire, Grav,
Itale, IlarrK llnnfon. Kyle. IJiwimjr. Mr
Pkerann, Martin, Mills, Mttraell of Or.
gam, M IV he II of 'Whmmmia. I "aimer. Pas-,
ro, I-ettlaTsw, T1att. Prnrtne, l.aa-nm,
Unara, "tnlr. J-torkbridae, Tarpte. Vilas,
onrtoa and White of LmihiaiMas.
Jfaya AMrk-n. Allen, AlIHoo, llrrry.
Call, Cameron, Carey, C'harwller. rnrkrell.
Coke, Cullum. Daniel, Itavta, IMph, Fry.
Galllnirer'. Ulhana, (formaa. llanahroagfc
Mawler. Ilisiflaa, Hilt. Iloar. Irhr. Jotsra
f Arkanaaa, Lad, Mrl-anrln, Marnier
mm, Mm-rllL Marshy. IVffer, TVrfclira,
lnwet. I-nun. !kwip, Stewart, Teller, Ve-4.
Waakhnm. Waits of California, and MTU.
mam total 41.
Paired tr IVrkkam Cam. lea. Gonlott,
NrMillaa. "imltk, M-nvan total a. IaireU
a-rint Irkkam PiihnH Jones of
Nevada, Jimv. Vanes, ami Wol4t total
B. Ahaent wltknnt pair Cntyultt and
PKertimn. C'oklltl rr leaned Wllvnn. Who
Voted amloat ennflrmatlnn, and ! hennas
re le aw 1 1 (enatnr Ilrirv, who voted fur con
flrnatlnn. Aaalyata of tko VaSt.
1; Heraihtleatm. a; iifmlba, 1
total IM. A-ilr rtwflramtMia IVm
orrata, li; rlepnhlleana, SI; IlifwIUta, a
total 41. Ialied f'r ronnmiat too Item,
rata, 4; HepiiMican-s I. I'alred aaalnat
ooaflrmation IVmorruto, t; ItrpnMieana,
total Atont and anpnired Inv
oerata, 1; ItpttblU'ano, 1 total 3.
Tka proreedinir of the executive araaion
rlortnth taklnif of t be nanhlnj
'atlrelyof apeerhmakinit. Vilaa, Mitch.-II
tltreiiiMi, (teoriirand tirar apeaklna: f'r
atOrmatbin and White of rnliriiruia and
i aw ley aualnat. All the aiblremea except
i loaa of Vilna and (ienrue were Trrjr brief.
Ml wnataed mainly rf ei4an.itt of
. a rotea of the apeakcr.
Vilaa pke for two fcotirs. drotlni klm
!f to a riefenaa of Ike rbararter of IVck
i m and of the prealdent'a riubt toaiinoint.
. a raar like Ikat of Jut treot I he supreme
.'lit. Without ennultina the aenatnr
. l whnaa state the nominee was cbnarn.
i read exten1eljr front letter ronrem-
IVckhain which kail been laid hefora
' tttdtclarr eommlttee. tlvlna extraeta
IF in grocery stores, in cooking schools, or by
peddlers in your kitchen, other baking powders
arc recommended or urged upon you in place of
the Royal, reject them. It is unsafe to substitute
any baking powder in place of the old standby, the
thoroughly tried Royal. The official reports show
that all others arc cheaper made powders of inferior
strength, and contain lime, alum or sulphuric acid.
errAi r , o arsa-oca co.. it wail sr.. nrw-voaK.
Cured of Catarrh and Catarrhal Deafness at the SCOTT
CAL INSTITUTE in iSoi-Writc and Ask
Them if they did not Stay Cured.
MB. JOtirt RtKLC5t,
Cor. SUth av. tad lh It , Mohar, nt
S53 A MONTH f
Scott Medical Institute;
221 Brady street, Davenport. Over American Express Co.
F.VERY CURABLE DISEASE TREATED.
Ornrc IIockm 9 to 11 a, ., 2
tat oQea will hm opeo from 9 a. m. to
fmni the letter of condemnation aa wvll
aa preiw, and Vwalyard and dhawctrd the
lettera aa be froK-rvaietL (Summing up be
Hecbired that the bettor tcxtimony was
favorable to IVcklmm, and showed him to
ha a man draervios the hiKh honor which
I ha president had aouht to confer upon
Why White Was ha Oowaaltlon.
White of California mid that the selec
tion of a supreme mart jiidf;e,wa a mnl
ter whick Kreaily interealed the people of
California. There was now, he aaid. prml
lau In lb court a suit inrotvinx the own
ership of tba water front valuable prop
erty in that state and estimated to on
h r.fi.imcu This salt would eventu
ally reach the supreme court and be deter
mined by that trilmnal. He had observed
that some of the friend of I be nominee in
the pnvent instance were men who were
Interested In the result of these snita and
while this miifhl he mere colncMrnce it
was Rufhrient to decide klm agniuat the
What Will the PresMea ra ssT
Mitchell said that he hail become con
vinced from an investiitntion of nil the
facta that IVrkham waa well fitted for the
supreme Iwnch. The speechea id t Jray and
llawlry were brief, hut emphatic, the
former for and the latter airainst con
firmation. (Ircaslonally there is heard
specnbitiim aa to what will he the presi
dent's rtnirse in view of the rejection of the
srciind of his no miners for' the rsaofintc
JtrtH-enhip. No one whose opinion Is of
value will vent ure a surmise or sUKuest a
name. The supreme court is now in rvceaa
ami will lat until the .Vh of March, an that
the necessity fia a full bench will not be
nwut ui.til tiiat time.
BEGIN 3 COERCION,
to rtriac the Mess Iters lalo
law lluase WlltyMlly.
lUaml has beicTin his revrcive Inrtica to
Compel a voe on llie silver neinioraire
bill. Tlie tailk of the HcptiMb-ans nnd the
lamorratH.'oonents of the tM'aure tu
aararateiia blilutrr, with the intention
of fiarcini; him t. pajnce a iiuortim of the
ailviaates of the bill to mss it, ami the
entire Uny waa etnmuiiM-d In mil culls. The
hitfhest nnmla-r of votes itlmid was able to
poll was IM in favor of bis il. nmml for tbo
preVHKis iiellon oo the moiaaito clone
V'latlK t. these 1V were IH'iiNN-rata, U
opuiists i.nT V : puMtcatis. Ili-r of
Hbnde Nluixl ami llyaii of 'ew York re-
fused to jin the lililiii-ter. but Virted
arfalnst I be moti.ni. The 1-piiblicnnswko
votrtl with Kin ml werens follons. Ihmer,
of C.ililoniia. Ilrodtruk. Iiiltle. h'uus
ton. Marshbll, ilrrmnnn,- iNnt, l'lcaler
At 4 o'clock IKnnd abnmbnie'I any fur-
tli"rnt'emK to secure a ipioriini for the
imt, anil uiur paa.ini; n resoluthai in
strai-Tiiik- the Mrseuiit-at-ariiis to tele
L-miiii for ulM'titn-a a rrre. was takec
nntii ft o'clock p.m., the' -veniiiK session i
heinK drvnt"d to the iisideration of pri
vale eTiioii bills, itlmid exoresse-i the
uiiinwHt ibut be will Icivr a iiorum pre
etit tuil.iy, but the v'Ml uiiiiresnuMi li
thnt lie will not be nble to secure one until
Monday. When !l!mid iifTcn-d n resnliitiou
to rev-Hie all K-eves of absence except on
aceimiit o( sickness nt!d to instruct the ser-
Krant nl-arms to ti It .'miih alwntees and
ripiest their alteiitlatice in order that Hili
lie liusincs. mixht pris-rtil, Jti-ed uir
jested thnt public biisiiirss could prucet-il
without ntich a rr-xilntion if the ss-aker
Would riMiiit a tjuortim.
At niRht, tile lirst vi-niui st-ssiou of tliia
coutrresa If ir t lie consideration of -tension
MM. JOmt Bt-RKLCI.
CM. Sixth av. sad Mh St., Hollas, 111.
Good until Fcb' inclusive.
to 4 p. m
4 p. m.
7 to H p. m. On SunUajs
I J) -xX
- i -ff a --r air - wr rr " r mw . r i i
Wns, KTlKore OX Texaii Clucked aft pitK-coT-inga.
1 art in, cnaiiman of the coicmiua
oa invalid penalona, nnnonnced that there
were hnt thirty-four bills on the calendar.
He moved to no into committee of the
whole. Kilore promptly demanded a
division which developed the presence of
but twenty--vn members, and Kilitore
promptly mtfethe pniut of no quorum.
Alnny appeals were made to Iv-iluore, bat
be was obdurate. A t'ood deal of kkm1
natnred 'chaff ng followed, and Kilcnre
finally acrued that if therewas a resnrt ta
ble attendance next Friday uilit he would
be willing to make some concessions for
the benefit of deserving pensioners.
Governor AltKeld, of Illinois, who it at
Hot Siirinot, Ark., is retiortcd to la in
better health, kleantline Illuioi continues
to wax nliMii; with the lieutenant, cov-
enrnor keej ing the txecntive wheelx mov-
The Iron steamer Alert foundered on a
Vnyaire from I'ort Allier to MellMii'.rne,
Austrnlia, and of the fonrteeu ou bo.tr J
but one man rrnclied shore alive.
"Aunt Jenny" Hnean dieil at her heme
in Camden, Ilel.. recently, aprd 103 jenra.
She was a Maryland slave, but had been
living In Cnmdeu for over seventy-live
ttcoivin hna recently lost a historic
buihliiiK in the old Mute house nt Mil
ledireville, erected in part iu !', on 1 the
scene of the secession convention, where
HoIktI Tonmbs uttereil the famous sen
tence: "We can miike belter terms out of
the union than in it."
William I-ronnrd was hnne-d r.t Fred
erirk. Md for killing Jesne iilersuQ on
S-rt. 5 last. Tlie sheriff banned him.
t'haunccy M. Di-k'W denies emphatically
that he is a liieiiila-r of the A. 1. A.
The celubrnteil Rnislisli iintcr, ti. T.
Watts, of Uio ISoyal A mleiny. has offerecl
to presencto the Vnited States 'overn
mciit the paint inn "Love nud Life," which
was on exhibition nt the exposition.
The value of Idaho's metal output in
li was: I wild, el,R.frll; silver, t:i,tl,
Wl; lea.1, e2,.V:t,i.Vl.
A crank went Into the office of the cl.-rk
of the circuit court at St. lxmis and de
mandril Ki'J.i-ni. He didn't mi it uud was
linally diverted from that idea by a dis
CUaxioti of iHilitit-H.
Llltber Siierwoisl iljed .it Otwito. Ills., of
small-pox. His reiiiuiiiK were left hoMe
the crave until muiit, no one lHin-
w:iliiiK to nsMst in tie.-interment. The
nisTvisor liimliy Mired i;i trettius soiue
trumps to compleie the biirinl.
A iiarrel took pi ire lk'tween two unem
ployed men at St. lumis who wen wnitins
tneir turn to k-i si. me fund tit a (list dilu
tion. K iston A. Ends ttiUS f.nal'.y stuhued,
bis munlerer "ri-ttius awny.
Tlie wiil rf lnir.i.iiKiire linls-rt I,. Cnt
tiliK. of New York, cilts o(T his son, liolart
I. Cutting, without u rent. The docuuieiit
distinctly stati-s that this i li-.-niuse be
uu.rrh.-d Minnie SeliKtnau. the uctns.
o t'hnnre for tlie KearsnrEe,
CnUiS. Fell. IT. Tho nuthorities at
WashiUKton huve been in coinmniiication
with Adminil Si nut on, recvutly in 'com
mand of the Kenrsnr-re, which was
wrecked imi Uoncnilor reef, as to the possi
bility of suvini the hull of that historic
craft. It is understood here that Admiral
Stanton and the otlieers of the Kearsarxe
have exim-ssed the opinion that there is
little or no chiiiiiv of eve? flouting t ur b.iat
Save moncj bj bn ying your decor
ated and plain crockery ware, plasa
ware, fancy roods, tin ware, cutlery
and everything in the line of kitchen
furnishing goods at
ISIS, It'Si Tktrd Ara. 6 ad 10 cent etare.
Johin Voile 5c Co.
nonea nrTTT JwrRa.
Saah, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
Ami an klada f eoc work far koIMan.
. kt Third aa4 Ttrartk aeaaiita.
f .f. f'iT?5s
'5.. '-iJl. - j-jrji
DITCHED THE TRAIN
Railway Robbers Do a Most
- Diabolical Deed.
KABY LIVES PUT IB JEOPARDY
ta Order That the Mlacreants May Rob the
lella-Faraa Kxprens Mewtrnf-er Flre
mtmrn PiatM-a la the ta'reck Tliat Beaaltet
aad Left There by the Fiend While They
Brnt for Treaaara Dyaamlta Broaght
' lato Play rireaaaa Killed.
riiOS Akgeles, Cal., Feb. 17. The tioM
est train robbery that ever occurnxl in
southern California or for that matter in
the state took place at Roscoe, a email
station thirteen miles north of this city.
The train on the Southern Pacific bound
north waa scheduled to leave Arcade sta
tion at 10:40 n."m., but was slightly de
layed. Owing to the delay most of the
passengers settled themselves comfortably
for the niifht. Many of tliem were tost
asleep before Burbnnk was reached. Kver
since the train robbery and wrecking t
Kosroe a few -weeks ago the train hands
on the overland train; have had a species
of apprehensive dream about the place
and appeared to expect a repetition of thct
Knf-ineer Dlneovers the Peril.
Rngincvr Thomas gave a long blast of
tho whistle as the train approached the
switch this side of, Koscoe. His fnce
blanched as he discovered a man standing
beside the switch with a flaring torch, and
his face assumed a whiter hue when he
discovered that the switch hnj been left
open. He tried to put on all the brakes
and whistled for down brakes, but it was
of no avnU. The train was going at an nn
usmil rate, and the momentum it had ac
quired precluded tlie (tossililiity of imme
diately bringing it to a standstill to avoid
liisaater. About the same time that the
nuinecr noted tho man with the torch he
heard the sharp cracking'ot a revolver and
many bullets whislleU past him, breaking
the wiii'lows of the calk
Appearauee of the THanked naotanls.
Almost iiistaiit.iiieoii-.lv the engine
crashed over into the ditch. At this point
th. re is a fill over which the switch runs
nearly fifteen feet high. KiK.wiui; the
character of the place Kngineer Thomas
jumped and run, aud miraciiluiisly escaped
injury. rirvmnn .Masters was not so
lucky, however. Ho was pinioned in lie-
tween the cab and tender, horriblv mu-
tiluted and crushed. At the moment of
theorcrtnming of the train two men wear
ing slich hats ami Mnck ninsks leaiM-il
from the heavy hushes alongside the track
They took positions on either side of the
train ami commenced a furious fusillade
Itliiwu Open with Pynatnitc.
After this wild and seemingly purposeless
firing one of the men went to the rxpra&s
cur, pounded on t he door mid demanded
that it lie ojieiiid. 1'pon refusal ut the
messenger to comply the roblaT placid
three or lour ciynnmite iHimlts (n the sill.
Tlu-u ensued n terrilic explosion. Nearly
the whole side of the rar was torn into
splint-.'!- Harry Ivdgar, who had expected
this procedure, hud gi into the further
corner of the car, nnd even then narrow! v
escap"t death or injury from tlving splin
tern of wood. Kverything in tlie car was
shaken up. Consternat ion prevaJS led among
those on Hoard the train. I riirhteued men
and women jumiM-d from their la-rUis.
Capture Many Sacks f (iolil.
just alter the iiiowing in of the express
car the robbers, at the point of revolvers.
compiled wio extra linunaii, who was
riding on the engine, to get into the car,
while a robber followed him. This was
done in order to protect the robber in case
the messenger fired. Under command of
the masked robla-r the extra iiremau car
ried the contents of the local Ihix, which,
contained many sacks of gold, outside tlie
car, where the other robla-rs were waiting.
A SAFE THEY COULDN'T OPEN.
Cobbers Have to I .rave Nome "Swag,
Murh to Their Ils-Vftt.
After gathering available portables and
supposed valuables the highwaymen
turned their attention to the Overland
safe. These safes are constructed so that
it requires much time nnd iatience to open
them find the robliers realized the futility
of attempting it. so they left it intact, nud
vented their disgust at their iuability to
tnke that ny n volley from their revolvers.
The robla-rs then plnd their booty in a
gnuuy sack and mounting horses galloiied
oil in tlie direction of the mountains. It. is
not known how much treasure of Well:.,
hargofc Co. the rotiiM-rs mode off with.
hut it is supposed to be a very large
Iirnkrmnn Foster, when he jumped from
the train, epieu a house near bv with
light in one of the windows. He ran
toward it with all tlie speed he could com
mand. He got a horse there and at once
rode back to llurlmnk at a furious speed,
waking up the telegraph operator and in
formed the authorities what had taken
place. Sheriff Cline and three deputies at
once started in a furious rainstorm jjto the
scene. A wrecking train and physicians
"Fireman Arthur Masters met a terrible
fate. The wild plunging of the engine
threw hint off his feet and he fell ilowu
the oening between the tender and the
firebox. The rising of tlie engine closed
the opening awl pinched the poor fellow in
by the lower part of the legs with fright
fully crusuing lorce. lie lived about an
hour, and although every effort was made
to extricate him he died about ten niiuules
before be could Iw gotten out. Iu the
midst of Ins suffering he begged for a
pistol that he might kill himself aud eud
i wo iimm-je. on toe pilot ot the en
gine stealing a ride. One of them was
hurled fifty feet aud in a most miraculous
niauner escaped injury. The other was
caught and buried beneath the debris of
the engine and instantly killed. His
body was horribly mangled and lacerated.
His name is Harry Daly.
No better place could be secured for the
perpetration of such a demoniacal deed as
Koecoe. Just before the station there is
a abort spur which runs out a few hun
dred feet and terminates ahraptly, as the
roadbed there is soft and insecure. It fol
lows that the train suddenly running on it
with great speed waa. overturned aud
Waaadad Tm Bar tars. .
ST. Iouis, Feb. IT. Five men attempted
to break into a saloon at Twelfth and Mor
an streets, but were met at the door by
an employe who was about to leave for
home. A fight ensued in which the em
ploye, Charles Bacher, emptied his revolver
into the crowd, wounding two, one of them
an badly he had to be carried away.
SUICIDE OF, AN ACTRESS.
May ItrooklyB Takes Carbolic Acid with
. Fatal KfT.-et.
San Fraxcisco. Feb. 1?. May Brooklyn,
the, lending lady of the Palmer company.
now playing at the Baldwin theater here,
committed suicide with carbolic acid. The
news did not reach the theater until 7
o'clock, when Jennie Enstis, her under
study, was put on to take her place as
Mrs. Paige in "Alabama." the other
members of the company, wera kept in ig
norance until after the play was over. The
only reason for the act given by her friends
is that some months niro Frederick Love-
craft, t he manager of Palmer's theater in
New ork, who was a great friend of hers,
committed suicide and since then she had
often discussed her destruction.' She had
even talked of it here when depressed.
Professionally sho met with great suc
cess here, us all the crit ics praised her act-
Yellow IVvcr on Our rim.
v, ASiiiNKTox, Feb. 17. There is no
longer doubt thai yellow fever has made
its appearance in the United States Sect at
Kionnd t hat the Newark is now a fever
ship. A cablegram received from Admiral
lieiiham at ldo reads: "One man on the
Newark' ill with yellow fever. I have
transferred him to the hospital. I shall
scud the Newark to Kin d"e la Plata."
Found the ltvetor utiiltr.
SAX FltAXi.tsco, Cnl., Feb. 17. The jnrv
in the West case rendered a verdict of
guilty. The crime of which Dr. Eugeue
F. West was found guilty is the murder
of Addie Gilinore, a C'clnsa milliner upon
whom he had commuted criminal practice.
The IkhivoI the murdered girl was horribly
mangled ami thrown lino the bay, por
tions ot it only iH-ing found and iiientihed.
Perkliam Has Toothing to Say.
Ni:v Yuuk, Feb. 17. A representative of
the Associated Press called at the home of
Mr. Wheeler H. IVckhnm und sent up his
card. Mr. Feckhain sent bark word that
ha luiu nothing to say to the representa
tives of the press in regard to his rejection.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Financial.
Slw Vokk, Feb. 18.
.Money oa call easy. J.eri-a at 1 per
ccut. 1'rimo uircaittiio imjiur JJ'-vTS ' pr
eei:t. Merlins excliun.H hrm, wiiu actual
Im-jiicsH ia i,inikt'i-s bi.U ut 4S7?4 v.tSTJa :or
lt-niaiil and 4sof i r.4s.r.to lir s'xiy uaytn
Kittrltraies 4-i!-ti Jv!a. Coinmercitu hills i&il-t
tilvor rertilirtts. W.ifHr; no sales; bar
silver !.j. Mexican di.l.ars, l.
I'uited Slutes lHuds t" regular, lli; do
4'tix-oinuua, li:r;U; uo z'd M; Pacitic ti'-i of V3,
New York Grain and Prodaro.
Nrvr VoRK.Feh. IS
Wheat May. KtH3 ft-lik: Jmy. Mfili;
Deeetnlier, li,.':'''t"M,: Rye NnniinaL Corn
-Options, No. 2, weaker early. Imt turned
nrru on 810:1.1 rccoiprs: Ala. 4-s.itSW;
July. -Illttt'ttuc. Outs-No. - dull and weak
er in tone; track while statu, W !; track
whita west -rn. Ts-'i-'e. l'ork-liull; new
mess $i:lT5.r.ii.m. raniily. tli lluriH.UJ; short
ciear Sl-l.-'UfMH -id. Iai-d l':rin; pruua west
ern sleaai, &..IAI uoniinal. v -
Chirago tirain and Prodace.
CniCAiiO, Feb. 16.
Following w r the qn-.it it iou on the
Hoard of tra-le today: Wheat Kebrnary.
oiwueJ fvtU-c, closed May, opened rHc,
cled 5V4'." -luly. oieneu o!-ac, closed w!-ic.
Corn February, tMned c. cused IMHic: Ulay,
ened .'ilrfitc, closed tKc: .luly, opened t71'-.
elicd .c.'-c. Hats February, opened Sslie,
ciooed ISo; Miiy, o; eae.t S'fc closed Ul-ac;
July oinel .Tkc. rlostsl -T-nr. J'ork Febru
ary, opened , elo.stu May. opened
SlS-il?. closed tl-'.:W. tau-d February, op
ened 97.37.y, closed z.it).
IToduee: Hxitt.-r Fancy separator, SP-i
-c ier lb; fancy dairy, MdU". pnckiui stock,
lil.iltc Kiti Frosh stouk, lie per dox.
Hn i l'oultry Chickens, StstHc per Hi;
turkeys, ft.t-ic; unrk-i, B.i.l'le; Ktese. JjUlc,
Potatoes iiurliauks &WcUo tier bu; iiehrous'
JO'tOCi-: Early ltus--. 4i"le; mixed lots. 4Aiutle.
eJweet Potatoes Illinois. Sl.fm.iio.1 per hbk
Apples Uood ?.i"siiil.iJ ier bbL Craolxrrii-s
Jersey. H.-r''i j per bbL Honey White
clover, i-lb rectum, 14c: broken comb, lOilSc;
uark comb, good coailitiuu, tic; straiuei Caii
toruia, j-J4U.li.-sn jier lb. -
Chleago Live Stock.
Chicaoo, Feb. 16.
Live Stool: The pricos at tho I'uiun Stock
yards today ruu,icj us follows: Cattle-Estimated
receipts for the day, H.IWI;
quality only f:.ir: market dull and weak
prices fully lite lower; quotations ranged St
t.T.O Trii.lU choice to extra Btiippiug s.oero,
S4.!i4.il good to choice ditto. ;3.Ai3.i
fsir to good. SS.HtiSit3.Sj common to me
dium ditto, Si.i it- butchers' steers,
S.'.5la;Ul stocker :).'Hl.iJi.tM te.ders. Sl.Slij.
S.S.", rows. ;it.liu.3U heitura. 41.5o.(l...W bulls,
S.:IH:t.6i TuSiia ht.-crs, and t.S0t,B.(X) Teal
llos Eti:natcd receipts for the day, Si)0;
quality Kuod: lett over about bail, market
active ou pa kinc nnd hiiiiitr accouut; leel
iliff strouy.-r; SyiUJe b'-glior; sales ranrd
at S4.-'''-3--.' pigs. M.Il'r-j.i light. t4.7Us-4.!IU
rouish packing, f4.ft"uiV-) mixed, aud -rLVo
heavy p.ickiug aud ahl'ipiug lots.
heep aud Lambs Keceitita for the day
8.0KI-, pility fain market snoderati-ly aeiiva
aud prii-ca -uudy: r rices ranaed at $u3 75
westerns, fl.T.'mi;.. Texana, jLtXIt-tm r-ilivea
and i-'.7y' 4.SU iauiba.
The Lacsl Harkots.
Corn New. 35c.
tiny l laioibv. SW$I0; nptattd, 9; l!d,r5J
t7.Mi; h S2Mi mttmi, 18.
Bntter fair to choice, ItlOe;
fsf-s rrMB, lao.
Poult ry caiekeiextl reerl.SQ'c ;larkers. dtess
ed, lUc; daca. drenil,eiuc; getnc, UjlUc.
' ratrrr aks va-nRAau s.
Apples tOWT-cW bt,
(talons Wc per ba
Tamlps 8 x per ba.
asuhsrs pay tor nor- vo
Uii axJij eaws aa4 asircts, .i(c
Osal-Soft. TOttllc; bars. ts.SO.
Wuwt-Verd. S4.UU, sawed, i 00.
W VV v iV
now seemingly beyond recall
and sallowness banished :irA
complexion retained by ths use of . 1
Empress Josepliins FfiiS SLSAOiL
It is a deliciquf, lotion for brightening .mil soothing the
skin cures Freckles, Pimples, Tan, Sun '.urn, Eezema,
Acne, etc. The price, 75 cts. per bottle, will be refunded
should it fail.
For sale by T. H. Thomas, 1630 Second avenue and
206 Seventeenth street.
DR. W. 0.
rhe Eminent Eye and Ear Specialist, will be at the
Harper House .Three Days More, Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday, Feb. 1 S, 16 and 17.
W. OAKLET COFFER. M. I)..
Janesville Eye and Ear inlirmarr. refers to some few of the many cases
treated here. lJctncrulier I can refer vou to 200 cases cured and 'under
treatment. My treatment is perfectly new, originated by myself; its re-
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me, and let me send you to see a case
make any difference how deaf you are.
can cure you.
Rnluirt ITort-m.. Ttft1
v - i.vinuiou, m.iaii, .na .-. in j.iv ici ut ai . ii uuc mriur i j vars,
and partially so in the other for three years, was cured in two months.
Capt, Farnham, of Moline. was deaf and had constant noises in his ears
for three years, and was cured iu two treatments.
Mrs. J. W. Ti
ly, was restored by properly adjusted
Mrs. Gotobed, of Milan, almost
F. W Haller. of Da vti nort,. Imd
completely cured at one treatment.
Jesse Shields, 2204 Sixth avenue.
cars, almost coninlctelv rest.nrod at
Fred-Schuck, the jwpular mail carrier of Kock Island, was deaf in both
ears and had noises; hearing was much improved, and noises stopped in
one treatment. Sec him.
W. G. McConnel's, of Hillsdale, child was cross-eyed, is perfectlv
straight, after being operated on liy Dr. Coffee.
Louis Hummel Capron had deafness and noises in his ears for vears,
was much improved first treatment, and noises cured.
Charles Bauman, of South Rock Island, says my son has sufferd with a
troublesome case of catarrh of the head and no'sc, and he was cured by Dr.
Coffee in one month.
J. X. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
CTEORttE MCR-trU, Proprietor.
A4M,araerot Btxtesata Sttsat, '. OnoaM BrAerTkaaUv.
mmmrn 1 1 III SjVStJf JSj
a iauhl . .i :J
COFFEE, Z. D.
oonlist and anrUt a-i.t nrin-iml nf ,u
iiuuicuiaiC WUUfc. vuiuc l'
enred, just like yours. Does not
I can tell you in five minutes if I
,n.l...l. A . rv
blind, sight.restored with glasses.
dafna an.l nniuta In ... a . .1mnc,
Moline, deaf in both- ears for many
one treatment.. m.i la nm.rl.l,n.
Beer and Cigars always on Hand