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WAKTED-A TOrKO QIRL TO ASSIST
la Aoiac kooaavork la a mall famUr.
On wko eaa alecp at koma acctcrrad. Applv
tTTAKTEO-TO LOAM HOMEY OM DLA-
f f awnoa, wataaaa. Jawatoy. kardwan,
aal nanraaiaata, Meralaa. aiotaliic, flry
tula, faraittra, a to. Hlxkaat aaak prloae
MM lav iMial kul Mflli f Kit mimArn Wi
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IR REST A FIVE-ROOM FLAT OM
Tkirk kTtnq, caaktH.K.
1jX)R RENT-SICK a-ROOM COTTAGE.
' Mo. ici TvalfU atraev Eaaulra next
T30H RENT HOC BE OX FORTY-THIRD
A? atreat. lAqutre of F. M. Blanet, CM
TJ10R RENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED
A-' room Hk board la private family. In
quire at ta Twcatisik atreet.
iOR RENT FTRNISHF.D ROOM WITH
A? atean hat and privilege of oath. In
quire at SM!i Tweatialk atreat.
fJtOR RXNT FOUR ROOM FLATONTWXN
C tteva rtrrat. 110 par mooth. Apply to K
B. SiaSurd, faAaosie Tenpie I lock.
TjlOR RENT 4 ROOM HOCRE ON 8EV
AJ atk aveaua and Tanlk atreek Newly pa
sated aad palate. Apply to Uaorge V. Both,
BXm R A LB COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
1 of Hbaanalaoroveratat.tSpar ton, de
vered UU.O.W any panot the city. Leave
araera at CoaiBiercll kooaa barber ahop, Roafe
1A SALE OB XX CH A NOR A GOOD
f paTlas BarTkMina at llMTklrd ava
aaa. Owaa wlakas to easar la other kasi
aoaa. WUi take real aetata ta asefeABf. Call
at aeova aaaiaar tor partteaiais.
ATTENTION. ATTENTION. ARRIVAL
of taa worlds BMat sifted medium aad
Uneea Alpka. tha eekaowladaed
aaeea at aU alalrvoyaaia. la hi tka eitr. for a
wmnrt wm omj. iier power w ao atraosa ana
I iuiih ua bo aiwaipia are bki to aapiam
Ikaat. hat tka iaraaai aiaa. anua. awahaale.
railfwas laborar aad aomasiaaU aaelal aota-
uoaa ami aeaaowMda Uat aba aaa aad doaa
ao as aaa eiaina. fbo ai alaoaae4eatlne saim.
m from tka aaaoola of Fraaea aad kaa aaaat
larw euwa of atnacy and yeara of etody to
rata bar adatifle daitaeaitoa ofoaaraeter.
aa a eoaipeaeat aavmsr la an nualaeia)
atfalra. law. love, arnmaja. awiitaklp. dlroree;
anas law arparaiaa. aaaaaa apaaay ar-
aao: few tadaad are ao slttaaV ; All who kava
ut prwM null 'wuw aoa laa ao
aeo Uua woaderful woman. Ska kohls oat ao
HMaeeawata ar preieaes last aba cannot
fainu. lioori a U a. E7 tutwaaU street
f ACT VTCAD
Stw tcrrm. Will Wat r-a av la a Hk
tii kITTTJf C0ik Ntf I to Car lUrrvat
BSPICUa CO. Ocvlaaa. Obta.
Vat tale by A. J. Bawe, aTwQlst, Boat Island
are the most fatal off all
FOLEY'S tanNPv nTDP
i GUARANTEED remedy
by dl tTnincnt pirysicisns
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Chicago In the Throws of An
other Alleged Criminal
Hiat Tka Ha OM Mat Harry Ria AUea
WUaw, at That It Waa Bar Baftlar,
W1M) la to tka HaaiW of tha Pallea
Ckargaaff Caaaattracy la Wkick Otkora
Thaa tha Waaaaa to tha Oaaa,Ara AI
Wad Ta Ba lavalved.
Chlcmro, Not. It AddlUonml mystery
I thrown abont the cam of John R
Kctohain with rerr deYeloDment
brought forth by the police In their ef
forts to asceruiB the facta aurroondlns
his death at the home of hla wife, as al
tered. Joseph Keller, tha bntlr at tiu
home, disappeared Tuesdar eventns; aft
er naving- oeen neia tor some tune by
Polios Lieutenant Crelchtoa undergoina
s croai -examination of the most severe
character regarding; the circumstances
me auegea marriage oi aits. Wallace
Kptrhajn lajlt HfntMnhar Ttia nnll
- - . . vuw
declared that he had fsf nnMtimuwi
and allowed to depart at 10 o'clock, while
a matter or tact Keller was locked up
i the suspicion aroused bv hla own
story. - .!:; s ;
Pretty Wild Baaaor. To.
Suspicion haa been arowlnr nmn ttia
police aa a result of rumors which
started In Alilwaukee that KeUer ap
Deared In the mil nf h hrUon .
the wedding, and that he and not Ketch-
biwu wiure ine minister wiu nia
face concealed under the - folds of a
scarf. Aa a result of this suspicion he
was held ever bight, and at 11 o'clock
yesieraay morning was driven away in
chara-e of an nffioor R, vtrttxr Trial A K
the police, who are able to produce him
ai any time ne may oe needed. The al
tered wife nf Kvtrham la III n hnA iti.
nervous prostration, the ordeal which she
nas undergone since the death of Ketch
am having been too much for her
Charga b Had of Conspiracy.
Criminal proceedinn are threatptiMi
against her and several other persons
whose names have not been divulged,
but who Ketcham's relatives win charge
were associated in what they claim to
characterise as a conspiracy. There are
various estimates of the amount of
Ketcham's fortune, but the friends of
his family are figuring that he must
have left about 1200 Anfl Mm Velrhsm
has not made any statement In regard to
CLAIMS TO HAVE THE EVIDENCE,
Attorney for the Dead Man' Relatives
are Their Position.'
AttorneyJames E. Purnell. renresent-
lng the dead banker's family, said last
night that enough evldenee relative to
John R. Ketcham's life la the Indiana
avenue house, as well as to the mar
riage that was performed at Milwaukee
last September, has been collected by
detectives to make a elear case of con-
anlrncv ae-atnot iavmi wamwh "T
not care to r.-.ake charges at this time,"
said Purnell. "for we are a long way from
tne court proceedings that win neces
sarily arise from Ketcham's death, but
I Will ear that he waa the vlrtim nt a
desperate conspiracy. I do not mean by
uua mat ne met wun roui play. His
friends do not contend that he did not
die from natural causes. What we do
claim Is that after John went to that
house to live last Setrtember ha was
virtually a prisoner.
His mends were repeatedly denied
admittance upon the pretext that he
Was not at home. RntnetltnAa tha hntlaa
would appear at the door and tell them
mat jonn was out; at other tunes the
woman who says she Is his widow would
answer herself. He was always out
according to their version of his where
abouts, but we know that the contrary
waa the caae. Mrs. TVnllare AM nt
know, perhaps, that ahe was shadowed
nignt ana any during the entire period
that John was in her house, and that
her every movement was known to tha
brothers and sisters, v. ho have made up
ueir minds to cor.U:t the mysterious
NTIIA . . .
rvu iuoii w invaTi-l"" sne
would not permit Ketch am tcr leave the
nouseT" Purnell was asked.
That Is It exactly." v -i SV reply.
On the Other hand rl -; .r whn
ttended Ketcham in his jss and
for some time nrevloua am It voa a
continual struggle to keep Ketcham
from drinking. When he. could not get
any one at the house to buy it for him
he would go out and buy a stock which
he could have "brought home, the In-
icrence nere being clear that he could
go wnere ne pieasea.
Xa Bight to Draw the Mooey.
Dea Molnea. la Siw 1 TTi ,itn,.
ney general has advised the Bute Agri
cultural society that but 'few county
and district fair asanciatlons have the
right to draw the S200 each they have
been receivinar from the ntnte for anma
years paaL The opinion, if supported.
means tne cutting oft of many socities.
A ftoaple at Homier la Lock.
Washlrrtrn. Nov. IS. The nm,it,ii
has appointed Jorathan W. Crumpack
er. of Indiana, associate Justice of the
supreme court of the territory of New
Mexico, snd George Brown, Jr.. of In-
dlana. to he assistant paymaster In the
aaw. Judse Crumrr-t-r m iiinH,
Indorsed for the ; j by Senator
ftanw faUIng at ka -!Jna."
Sault Ste. Marie. Mich., Nov. It
Over aix tnehes of snow had fallen here
yesterday and it was tIH. coming, fan
tag so thick at times ml ts'make it Im
possible to see more than a quar'ar of
a mile on wat-r.
CF til AGES
mo Bsirrr in atabcb. Waw
olerfwj apallaaia aaal assawiiwe rcoaa
edUea wast oo trial ta aoy reliable
Mam. A. wtarlaVarlda tauouitioa baok mt
bhlaoa'cr. Iverr ohatada to aanpy married
ure reiaorM. rva avronrxa, m ii aiwain
ana nana riven in every pnruon oi ui raay,
Fcttafoiicpnaaivlr; age no barrier.
No Q. k. D.a'Liaa.
MURDER OF JOHN M. CLAYTON.
a Caaiala Say He Caa BaaaathaAa.
aaarla aad Frova Blaa Cniltv.
IitUe Rock, Ark, Nov. It The mem-
v imm nuai udwu crime commit
in Arkansas the aasnaainatinn rP
Hon. John M. Clay ton has been revived
by the receipt of a letter by Governor
Jones, written; from Pitts. Oa-. by a
person signing the name of Luther
The writer nf eh- laltar x.n-
' . .ii.
circumstances, lnouirea ahrmt TV-
wards, and states that ha can locate the
UUrdcrer and nrodnea nninf ne i
The murder of John' M. Clayton will be
rememoerea ny politicians and public
men aa over the United states, maw.
ton waa a brother of Hon. Pnwaii
ton. the present United States minister
to Mexico.' Ha waa tha HAnnMlnaa
didate for congress In USf , the opponent
wmi uon. cunon s. Breckinridge, late
ambassador to Russia. - -
BrecklnrldA-a waa dselanul aiataA
Clayton filed a contest While this con
test Waa In nmvrvaa navn -
D "J IWM U
PlummervlUe to look after his interests
there, while in his room one night
Just before preparing to retire an assas-
i crept up to tne aarK and fired a load
buckshot throurh the window r t.i.
room, inflicting wounds from which he
died. The murder created a. vnuMnn
over the United Star. tit k.
murderer went tinnuniahet. Td
lature once offered a reward of $5,000 for
ine conviction of the murderer, and the
rcwara is propaoiy yet in force.
WOMEN MASQUERADE AS MEN.
o the Maahlaa; Act and Land ha Coutfor
laanlt and Battery.
Merrill. Wis.. Nov. It Mr. Xnmm
Jackson and Miss Emma Snknw war
arraigned In the municipal court charged
with assault and hatterv.
I - yreoucu
guilty and Miss Sukow was fined Jl and
irs, wucksuu o, amoing tne costs be
tween them. The ctnrv InM V k.
j UJ UIC Will-
plaining witness, Miss Anna Campbell,
wo miner sensational, ene says that
Sundav evenlnr shout in n'ilnv a. .i..
- - o - - v aa dug
was on her way home she was accosted
men, as ene tnougnt, who asked
permission to accompany her.
On her refusing, one of the supposed
men put his arm around her and pro
ceeded to hue her. Thla not an Mvt
ened her that she called, for help. She
aaia sne was tnen thrown to the side
walk hv hop tAfmmtAM a n an..
- u, nuv ucu. xue
matter was kept quiet and Investigated
by the police, who ascertained that Mrs.
Jackson and Miss Sukow were the perpe-
uia vi me oaense wnne masquerad
ing In men's clothes.
Union Proscribe OuardsmeB.
Leadvllle. Colo.. Nov. 18 Rome.hot
of a sensation has been created in foot
ball circles OWina tn tha reneint ne a
telegram from Butte. Mont,, In regard
to tne root nan match 'to have beea
played there on Saturday. Arrange
ments had been completed between a
team of Colorado players .and. the Butte
team for the match, but telegram from
the manatrer of the Butte tram .tola.
that the game must be called off owing
to me oojeciion oi tne Butte Miners'
union to some Colorado players who are
"antagonistic to the union." The play
ers objected to are members of the Na
Tom Jenkins Throws tha Farmer.
Indianapolis. Nov. 18. Tom Jenvino
of Cleveland, won last night's wrestling
raaren wun armer uurns in straight
falls. The first was taken in ivi.
nine minutes and the second In thlrty-
xour seconds. Jenkins weighed fully
tweny-five pounds more than his op
ponent. Backers of Evan Lavnrle ehal.
lenged the winner, who first wants to
Can Ship Dear from Wisconsin.
Ashland. WIS.. Nov. 18.a.Attnena
General Mylrea has wired to Ashland
mat tnrougn a loophole in the state
deer law deer can be shipped to Chicago
and other places outside' of Wisconsin
for the first time In years; The deer
season, however, ends Saturday next
tea Says It Is Nonsensical
Havana. Nov. It Consul General 1m
positively denies that he has come back
to treat with the insurgents. Hurh a
statement, ha says, is preposterous and
Chicago Grain aad Frodaoa,
Chicago. Nov. 17.
Following were the Quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat Decem
ber, opened 4Mc, closed Hoc: May,
opened &c, closed S0ic Corn De
cember, opened 26c, closed 26c; May,
opened 2Sc, closed 29c Oats De
cember, opened 20c, closed ZOftc; May,
opened Zic. closed zzttc. Font De
cember, opened and closed I732H; Jan
uary, opened n.Z7tt. closed 8.30: May.
opened 8.aS, cioaed tg.SO.- Lard De
cember, opened M.lTtt, closed $4.20; Jan
uary, opened and closed H.3U; May,
opened 14-45, closed S4.47V.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
S2ttc per lb: extra dairy, 20c: fresh
packing stock. 12m4c. Eggs Fresh
stock, 18c per dosen. Live Poultry
Turkeys, 89c per lb; chickens (hens),
6c; spring chickens, 7c; ducks, 7V4
8c Potatoes- Northwestern,, 386480 per
bu. Sweet Potatoes-Jerseys, 3.00jS.7B
vaieago uva saaaa.
Chicago, Nov. 17.
Hoks Estimated receipts for the dar.
30.000; sales ranged at S2.S03.60 for
Dies. S3.30e3.SS for light. S3.20GL30 for
roua-n packing, s3.351r3.55 ror muted, and
X3.35W3.55 ior neavy packing and snip
ping lots. CatJe Estimated receipts
for the day, 12,500; quotations ranged at
5.00S.85 for choice to extra shipping
steers, S4.S5tf4.90 good to choice do.,
84.304.85 fair to good, S4.004K40 com
mon to medium do, St70O4J0 butchers'
steer. S3.i5SM.oo stockers, 32.7004. 40
feeders, l2.00ftS.0 eowa, S2.C0414.S0 heif
ers, sz.Z6CM.ob onus, oxen and stars.
S2.MOLM Texas steers. S3.s0fy4.I5 west
ern rangera, and 33,50t?f.M veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipt
for the day. 16.000; quotations ranged at
S3.6094.7S westerns, $3.0005.00 naUves,
and s.ivej:e.zo iamna " '
Milwaukee. Nov. 17.
tThaa t ffl eia H2a 1 mmHum Mm. Va,
i spring. bc; stay, sic. com Hteady;
Pio. s. zic oats Firm: No. 2 white.
23H24c. Rye Steady; No, J, 484c
swicy ijiui: no. z. uipwc.
Cors-SOf 9. , .,:
gay-Tiiaothy . isoso; waceierr
Straw aoXAH. Ml
Buuer Fah- to eluXae, S0a; freak ereaatery,
rjtml Roll Ma
CMUa-BtAfi pay for eon fed stem
mm aaaa aad aaifan, miu i ua
- - ; rrr i -! - 7ip
NSatSNCB Of THB COAL BTBIKB,
parabar 8at Jfakaa aa. OftVr That Is
lasaraul,'' so ta Speak.
Chicago. Nov. It The secretarv of
the State United Mine Workers has
called A convention of miners for Nov.
IS, at Streator. At the conference Tues
day in this city Operator Sweet was
not empowered to act definitely for
i operators. He told Secretary Ryan,
the mine workera. that Ha KallaaA
the operators' would be willing to pay
ob cents a ton over a seven-eighths
inch screen or C5 eenta armaa walafc
the Braid wood-Wilmington field; 72U
cents over the screen or M cents gross
weight in the third vein fields; and C5
cents over a IK Inch screen
the Streator field. n da.
clared he had no authority to
make such an offer, but It was his per
sonal opinion that a settlement could be
reached on such a basis.
The figures are uniformly 4 cents un
der the scale demanded by the miners
except aa regards the Streator price.
Which iS Within IV. cents nf tha aala
asked by the miners. Sweet refused to
name any figure on a gross weight bests
mat neia. sweet generally is regard
: as the spokesman for the oneratora
and his figures are looked upon as semi-
amcuu. secretary Ryan said: "The
Operators Won't arbitrate. Mr. Rsaat
cays we could not find three men in the
mate to wnom ne would willingly sub
mit the case for settlement"
Gotham Tailors Still Striking.
New York. Nov. 18. The last nf tha
tenth serlea of atrlkea nnferari within
last four months by the Brotherhood of
i-ioaKmaaers nere was called off last
night, the strikers bavin aeenred tha
desired concessions. The executive com
mittee of the brotherhood will la a day
or two outline a plan having for its ulti
mate purpose the abolksunent nf the
piece and contract system. The branches
of the Preseers' union are becoming rest-
ieso ana tne memoers are preparing for
a strike, which does not appear to be far
Suicide Bans la the Faaally,
Springfield. Ills.. Nov. 18. John tnn.
penburg, aged 37 years, son of August
n.ioppenourg, a wealthy and prominent
German cltlsen of thin
hanging to the rafters of his barn yes-
leraay noon ny his brother Henry. He
had suicided. Ill health had rendered
his mind feeble. Hla slater Vtloo M..I.
Kloppenburg, a beautiful and popular
young lady, committed suicide at her
home in this city during Christmas week
two years ago by hanging.
Water of the Fox Blver.
Milwaukee. Nov. is. Aciino- mum in
structions received from the war depart
ment captain Zlnn, United States en
gineer, has notified the . mill owners of
the Fox River valley that their renneat
for concessions in the use of water had
Deen granted and they may draw water
irom Lane Winnebago to a point six
inches belOW the treat Of the Mnnaaha
aereaae of Wagea Framlaed.
Fall River. Maan.. Nov. 18 An In.
crease of 10 ner oent. In wiw, h Koc.
announced in the Jesse Eddy WoUen
aaui, to taxe effect Bee. x.
MADE ME A MAN
fOSrnvELY CTffiK AL.
tinman, Imyofemer, Strvptsnv
tvm etc;, caused by Abuse and
br ftitawa and trdlacra
tkma. They qclrkly and
an rely navm Lnat Vllallty In
afcl or nan, ana at a man far
niny, business sr marrtara.
tlon If takra lu iliao. ToHr am
,aw -ilfcw a.CIJalK where
. 7 : niiorneraraiu Inmst naon
aS!!?.L,-g"ly AJA Tum-. Tbeyhavaeatad
mZT,:.Zl itito posiuvs written
naranlesto effect a enre In each om or refund ua
x-mxpou o?ni pew nacKara, or ail nackaaaa
(roll traatmeat) for S3.5V Br maflHa plain mspBB?
apou receipt uf prie. cueaiarfiaa! AUOna
fVJAA KciVlcDY WMWcaa
rot sale m Rock Ialaad by Jobs Becgatoa
In the laondrj Dnsiness Is what our
patrons own us to be. So you etnt
blame as for'erowlng when we have
won the right on your shirt fronts,
eoUsra, cuffs and shirt waists. We
do the best wotk in town, and are
looking for your boodle. Shall we
get It Bing phone 1S14.
1U Third Ave. PhonaiiiA.
1 " aU:-m si n .mmmwmm.
Bin CUAAt BAXJi taa
ELY BROTSKBS, W Wsnan lBawTorkCky.
L AD I GO m to
AN OPEN LETTER
WBAM ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TOT
gpLuavB atsb or the word "C ASTORIA," and ..
"PllilEIi'S CAQTOtllA,' AS OUR TRADE MARK. -
i OR SAMUEL PITCHER, o ifflwi IIassachusc2
'vhb the originator of w PITCHER'S CAST0RIA,,, the sax
thai has borne and does noa on every
ImitofM-mile agnatore of wnijpcr.
This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in tte homes of the Ucthsrs of America far over thirty
yean. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought on the
and has the signature of (&$fZtffe wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. & Fletcher is
President. a .
Earch 8,1887. - 'e.p.
Do Not Be Deceived
Do not endanger the life of your chUd by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gradients of which even he does not know.
"The End Ton Have Always BollgIlt,,
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Tailed Ton
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Office eorner Eighteenth stieet
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wall wltk alkali, eta. Plans seat
as tor aetlniatas will iwealve
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