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THE AEGUS, STATURDAY, XOVEMBER o, 1898.
"V"A NT ED FIFTV MEV. APPLY
V Jjv s cumpuLf, Moiicc, IlL
I and board at K4 Fourth nesue.
TAXTFD GIRL FOR fiF.VERAL HOUSE-
oric. A pply 17-1 Third avenue.
"IrANTLD A GOO" OI-1, FORGESERAL
t T fcousewcrk at tii'btcenth street-
1TAS7F.D-A rOMPE'ENT COOK. AP-
ply to Mr. Hums Eose&Ceid, S17 Nine-
-TxTF.O-FrPIL WISHINll TO TAKE I
v pr.vate lfow la c.i'Cini.- can ao so ty
enooirizij? ui s; I" r n in avenue. Joan
-llTANTF.D-H ARI?R3. ROOM AND
v rood tabl txja d at !..- per veeL
Good locati ja. 1 Ha seventeenth street.
llAXTKI TWO GOOD HPSTLKRS TO
v V Mil installment specialties.
rrimmLMt on. V . (jvenmre.
avenue. Kock isiaoa.
Salary or I
of nothing bener to tear the
lining of your threat and
lungs. It is better than wet
feet to cause bronchia and
pneumonia. Only keep it
up long essuzh and you
will succeed in reducingyour
weight, losing your appetite,
bringing on a slow fever and
making everything exactly
right for the germs of con
sumption. Stop coughing and you
will get well.
FACTS WITHOUT LIMITs
Being Gathered by the Commis
sion Investigatingthe Con
duct of the War.
war conduct Question was examined
etterday by Colonel Charles Denby.
the member ct the commission remain
ing a: the carital at this time. Th
witness was General Lawton, one of the
promi rent commanders before Sartiago.
He told Denby that everything at San
tiago was about as well managed as it
could have teen in war times. I"ho
tenor of his testimony is well shown
In the following extract: "I don't thiak
there was any responsibility about it.
FATE OF THE SHIP'S PET.
A. Fourth cf July Celebration Which End
ed la Disaster.
"That billygroat the boys had for a
mascot on the 2vew York, remarked
the paymaster's clerk, "suggests a mon
key that my fatiicr used to tell me
about that they bad on a frigate in the
times before the war. This monkey tho
sailors lid pickotl up somewhere in tho
rAX7 El MACHINIST.
l eral nor liut a plo.
tile work K ilk id ill I1"W
TD HO OF.N-
' shop. Including
"lTANTErt T WTO OR TI1REK FTRNISHFD
T rooms wa- re liKbt housekeeping en be
dT.e Cc-nfal loca-ira preferred. Adirc I
-X " AUCIUS offl.'t . . .
AtTANTED TO CORRESPOND WITH A
v v frst-class horse-shoer and plow work
man, alust be Kood workman. A r.ne rbar.ee
for the rU'bt muu. Write to W. J. SLimcr,
-IVTANTEH-ONE OR TWO ROOMS FOR
iifrbt nousekeeptnr witn a private lam-
IJT. located between TweirtD ana i wcnij-
sixth street. Add re mi immediately to -J. U.,'-
care Alien flayers ; co.
"I "fT ANTED ItOAT'ERS AT THF.GnXD.
Twentieth street, over Adams'
wall imper More t4 Hoard and bed at :i.7.Y
Melx cent, t-hort order la cents. Home
Puked b.ead and best co3ee.
FASTEO MEN WITH MONEY TO I.M-I
v v vest, and wbo desire a sit'e and proilt
ttbl Inrchtment. to InveMUtalc tbe verv de- I
sirurie stock of the American Condemned
lit ne Peed company. Call at 1-M'J t iral are-1
"IXANTED T." I1AN MONEY ON DIA
V V mood.. wttcbii. jewelry, hardware.
BiUKicai lXMtrumcoUi. bkyele. clothing, dry I
rfKMlt. furiiiture. etc. HiKbent cub pricm i
P'tiu Tor Neeono nand tcoona or all kinds also.
The above pood for sale at half l be us'j il I
store prices. A1J bUHlneas transactions Htrlctly
t-rntlnentlal. H ih new cumber and locHtl'in.
I'KSf second avenue, una I Ior2el It. J. V .
Jones. To run oo w;.
-T10K RENT -A NICE
FLAT IJV E. J.
cures coughs of every kind.
An ordinary cough disap
pears in a single night. The
racking coughs cf bronchitis
are soon completely mas
tered. And, if not too far
along, the coughs cf con
sumption are completely
Ask your druggist for one
It will aid the action of the
Tf jnn hnra sny romrl!nt what
ever aiil !eire r l-.l irifiltcal
al-t- )'!! n j.'-ii:t jl.u,
write n. freely. V ..n nr-iv a
pron:;t trj tli-it iny be ol reat
V lut Iotou A '1-!re.
UiL J. C. AY Kit. Lowell, Mass.
l?OR SALE or HEATING ST JVK.S
a- cb ap. 1 tZ rh'ru avenue.
TTOR SAIJVTWO GOOD BUILDING LOTS.
JC Htxint feet, near C, K I & P. depot, a
Ksrirain, iuu. i A dtnlnlstratorB Notice
-W-T CAT T." TUVi VirP DAIrc nx. irftrnn I . . i. . ...j-. wv.v. "u
I4 ao.C . I The undersiimed havinir been acDointed ad
am Hur. uim w. iurtimrji.ir; L Jf lu. I , .. . . , . . -' . ,
- u-Bii.iMi ui iuc ci4ic ui iiatie rtcuiei.
late or tbe eountv of Knck; Island, slate
of Illinois, decea'ied. hereby i?iv?i notice
that be will appear before tbe county
court or iomtk island eouutv. at the countv
court room, in liie city or tocK l.slitnd. ui tbe
Dtirmter lerm, on the first Monday In Ie
eerr.i:er next, at wbi-b time aU pti-sonM n-iviiur
ciairr:s afainst. :nd estate rire nottliel and
rec,ueKt-d to attend, for the purpose of bav
Aa iHT-xiis maebied to siid estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Iated this 3d day ot October. A. D. 18P8.
Pkedkuick V". Stemti:, Administrator.
1 mi for. inquire at II Pi Third avenue.
Ti"HR MALE NINE-ACRE FRtTTT FARM
-a. All kitiUM or fruit: rood huildinrs; near
town. A Martraia for some one if tan en soon
oraon a lio man.
TEEZE MJLLS GOING AT OITL TIKE The men ere here without tents be- Indian oce an countries.
Grinding Ont a Record Tbst Will n Vol- '
ntainoas Fate of a Kentucky Soldier '
and Nejlert Alleged to liars Iieen the '
Cause Chaplain Vstmsa Heard No
Complaints Gen. Latrton Declares All
the Hardships Were Necessary Con-
I bI- to unload them from the ships for
! lack cf time and facilities." In short
, war was war and men merely instru
ments, whose comfort, or life for that
' matter, was of no account when they
Etocd in the way of success.
SATS THE DOTS WERE STARTED.
com! taut cf War.
Cincinati, Xov. 5. The war Investiga
tion ctmir.:??ion had interesting ses
sions yesterday. It had amctg the wit
nesses four officers who served In the
Santiago campaign, one of them being
Ccneral H. C. Egbert, who as lieuten
ant colonel of the Sixth United States
ir.far.try. was shot down at San Juan
hill by a bullet piercing his chest. The
Ct-nera! appears entirely recovered. Lieu
tenant Colonel Miner, now In command
of the Sixth infantry, was another in
teresting witness. Porhars the most
suggestive testimony was that given by
' Report of R. K. Ho yd of an InTcstigatlcn
Trip to the Front.
St. Paul. Xov. 5. An Eau Claire, "Wis.,
tpeclal to The Pioneer Press says: Tl.
K. Boyd, Eau Claire's con-.m:ssi:ncr to
Porto Rico, returned with the Third
Wisconsin. He has published hi3 report,
of which copies go to Representative
Griffin. Governor Scofleld and Secretary
Alger. Boyd's story is one of almost
continuous semi-starvation of the sol
diers of the Third from Chickamauga
to Porto Rico up to Sept. 13, when a
round robin by the captains was fol
lowed by improved rations. He describes
the Charleston marches anew and saya
liajor Griffith, of Kansas City, who was ' " 'oula De ara lo nna a man ,n tn"
regiment wno uoes not nuiu a uitier
feeling against Generals Wilson and
Ernst, believlns a3 they do that these
In charge of the Third division hospital
of the First corps. Previous to his testi- '
mony was that of Dr. Marage, contract '
mapnhoa -ava rfA rw a crlrlt rf
surgeon. Sixth infantry: William H. 1 "I , J. " Z-T
Punrf; ,r AhT vnat'' Wh "H"' gard of the rights of the common sol
supply at Chickamauga was bad: Gen-' jjer
fhar!bCrt' 1 al thC condiUc"!t,;j In conclusion he savs: "The dls
tr.ings on the transport which , .,. -.,., tv-! , i
, , . , . . , . . , t,ifi,uir tut: nuiu istuusui lias urun
Lrought h:m home was bad. and several , ,v, ,
ethers. All these criticised some per-' , , v. v,,
at,.. a .... - . . I A. is. A a,AItr CU1I CI " sA I O . t lltll fyCLVlTZ
tions of the military administration. . Bnv ,nl,., nf npsr,pt.t nf itht,r th
t'a. or Albert Koedeker. or their orrictrs. From one day t,
Fred J.Flueger.cf Newpcrt.Ky.. went' nr.oth.r thorn was no snort inkinir or
t.,vCilitkarraUsa AVB- 1 to brin homej pleasantry among the men. hut all
Albert Uceuokcr. of the Second Ken- 1 -ov nr,t ,n Th
tUlky. Who Wa3 lying in the h- spital. I fWrs Ktato that thPir rlr. not 'think hrrp
lour.a mm m a tent with four ' r( rnnrv rt. nf r
I r -
t'ther patients, the sjace between the
cots being- so narrow that witness had
to walk sideways in going through. In
an adjoining tent he saw a man with a
quantity of maggots on his body. He
reported this Immediately to the at
tendants, who said they did not know it
had happened. They carried the rr an out,
washed him off and took him l ack. The
r.c xt Cay he died, ricx-deker took cold !
ar.a v.ns at first refused admittance to
y cases of pure homesickness.
The universal expression of the men
was 'give us enough to cat and we will
stand anything.' "
GEXEEAL XBASE IS QUIET.
"The ship was stationed in tho China
ports for it ,rcar ml during that timo
the monkey war the light and joy cf
the whole crew. "When tho Fourth of
July txmie around, permission was ask
ed from tho harbor authorities of tho
port where they were to ..fire a saluto,
and preparations wero ma!Vr doing it
in style. Tho rcnular salute wts firod,
and then it was proposed that thOsCrvw
sing The Star Spangled Banner' tu'd
fire a gnu for chorus. Tho gun was load
ed and everything was left ready while
tho crew went to tho main deck, whoro
eomt thing to drink the health of the
nation was to be served before tls.i song
was sting, and the gunner was to be
Bent lKtck to shoot off the chorus.
"The jrogramrae was carried out to
the let jcr. Then the men scattered, and
somebody thought cf tho monkey. Br.t
ho was not to be foaud. The ctieik hadn't
seen him, nor had tho cook's boy, ncr
would ho respond to any of the calls
that usually brought him flying. What
had become of him no ono knew until
C o'clock, when a boat's crew went
ashore to a big spring for water. Tho
ship lay off from this spring about s
quarter cf a mile, and over it was a big
shade tree. When tho men came to tho
spring, they noticed in tho branches of
tho tree something that had a familiar
look to it, and knocking it out with
sticks and stones they found tho piuk
nose of their poor little pet attached to
a few chreds and patches of monkey
"That told tho story of tho disappear
ance of Mug, tho monkey. Ho had iu U
s-pirit of siiort chased himself into the
mouth of that saluting cannon and whet,
they fired it Mug went ashore."
7V 'A. rSSTECT FOOD ma Wholesome . if ia
O 11 WALTER BAKER 8c CO.'S
Has stood the test of more than too vetrs' use amonsr all
tlei nl for purity .nsl honest worth is unequalled."
Wtlit-'ilanJ 'srytcaf AairsaC '
Ccsts less than ONE CENT a Cup.
Trade-Mark on Every Packsgo.
WALTER 3AKER & CO. LTD.,
Established I 730. DORCHESTER, MASS.
he was sent to his : iicrease of quiet in general trade as a I rhira, produces intoxication as quickly
iuty and next day at i result of the approach of the elections, I as raw spirits and leads to delirium
XOR SALE TWO HALF ACRE LOTS IN
A v ebb h sub-!ivUion. Sou'b Kock Island.
A bar tin If taken at once. Apply to Georye
r . nuiD, iuaouic lempie.
IiXK RALE A -ACRE FARM IN ROCK
a. Inland county; irooa corn and pasture
land will take part trade. W. Clau.eu, front
and Kipley street. Iavenport, Iuwa,
TaV)R S5AL-AT A
-A farm near towu.
Ixts of fruit. To be
fold eliap to settle an estate. Here Lh a bar
Kain cheap fur cash. No trade. Gordoa it
XiXR SALK-OOAL IN ANT QUANTITY
-A of 60 bushels or over at 2 M per ton, Oe-
uverea u. i. u. to an part ol the ouy. bet'
orders at Commercial boiis barber aaop, RucL
iiiaaa, or rios j smes, tuuan.
1.X1R SALE CHEtP LOTS IN M'MAS-
-k ter s addition. old baseball irrounds. Tbese
lots will be sold fror- t-wo upward: smaii
amount down, balance on ionff time at 6 per
tent Keidy Urua., room 4, lane tell A. LjLde
FOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
with about ) different slides, suitable for
flUna; leral blanks or any description of papers
la nat form to be kept in sbape for wntins;.
A oomprebenslve Index oonnected. Just tbe
thine tor any offloa with oontrsots, etc., to
hie. Addrew II. b. C, ears of Tut AsuGs
Tit3Jt BENT SIX-ROOM FLAT IN HCRST
A i.l.n-k. Twentieth street. A 11 modern con-venlt-noes
'J per month. E H. Stafford.
"LTOR RENT THE STANDARD CLl'n
-A room. Suitalle for lodire meettnirt. s-
c.al iraibennyn r dticinK parties. Kent rea
sonable. Steam beat. Kreil&Math.
JE A I MOST NEW. WELL
torv house. 110J Nineteenth
K:ret. lanre rooni.. furna-e. bath and all
rmnlern Cfn enlencen. for f" per month. WiU
11 at a bariratn if taken (julc. Apply to H
A. lid. Uufoid li.ock.
Estate of JerexiiaL Leyuatte, deceased.
The ucder:rccd. -cnstrvator and ex-offl-
elo udn.iQistrt''rr ('I the estate of Jere-
tniab V i:if..-. lui; of tbe countv of
Kw: Islat.d. state- of Illinois, dece;iKed.
herctty ifives notice that be wlU appear
before tbe countv e-.urt of Kock Island
cojr:ty. at tbe . r.'y court i -om. la tbf city
of H"-k Island n i.ie January term, on tbe
first Monday ia January next, at which time
ill pi rs' -L.s bairif claims against said e-tate
are i.otitler! an1 reiuested to attend, for the
purrxt.it of bav::i' tbe same adjUHted.
ah persons itiut-uted to sa;d estate are re
quested i t m,ke laimeULate payment to tbe
Dated this -tb day of October. A. D. Is99.
i H. Fijsteb. Con.-ervatcr and Ex-ofRclo Ad-
Staple Articles Are Steady in Price and
Distribution Is Larger.
New Tork, Xov. 5. Bradstreefs says:
Further quieting down of new business
in iron and steel; the relapse Into dull-
the hospital, but f!r.2lly the cat tain cot I ness, though at steady prices, of wheat
him in. He lay there twelve days on a j consequent upen the withdrawal of thj
blanket on the cround with one blanket i --r!fe? fnrpiirn rtpman t urn! srvmr. slirht
over him. Then
tiituntrs ior run cuty ar.a next day at i result of the appr
npectlcn he stocd In line three hours I are a'.l features calline for snecial men
v. hen he ajrain liroko down. He wnsthen ' tion this week. Among the more ac
in the hospital until the witness brought I tively favorable features are the price
him home. He reached home Aug. 2 steadiness displayed by most staple ar-
and died Aug. S. tides and the enlarged distribution of
Trouble to Obtain Tent. I staple goods at many western and
Majcr OrlfSth testified rcgardin.tr the southern markets.
camp conditions at Chi kamautta and j Confirmatory of the quite favorable
th hospitals. He had difficulty in get- . reports as to general trade during Oc
ting; enough ter.ts and when he secured i tol or are the returns of bank clearings
the proper number he found the last i for that month, end scattered reports
r-nes of pcrr quality. From private nr.d J 33 to the incretscd business doing at
state sources the regiments wB? sup- i mary centers in that month as com
plied with hosfital ter.ts. The staff of! pared with one year ago. New business
the division hospital was Inadequate in iron and steel has been lighter than
when the increase of sickness occurred, j for wpeks past. Export trade, however,
Sickness among the surgeons reduced i is large and increasing. Important
the working force. He said there would j negotiations touching future prices of
teel rails are now In progress, an'.
me reports are that an Important
Drank on Smokinc
Moslems aro forbidden to drink wines
rr spirits, but in Tunis they contrive to
reach the same ends by smokiug prepa
rations of hemp flowers. Tbe milder
kind is called kif, and if used in moder
ation has no more effect than wine, but
the concentrated essence, known as
f Fx r-t r so ar r AT ! t f i w9 9
J M iiJ M I i 1 I
Hygienic Shoes for Women,
WEARING tight ill-fitting Shoes
means reaping; a big crop of
corns and bunions. Only one way to
cure' them. Remove the causeby
These Shoes are linelv made from our
own socially tanned "VKLViCTTA"
kid and aro constructed on strictly
scieotilic principles to conform to the
natural foot. They fit tho feet as na
ture intended. We show them in
'turns" and "welts'" in button and
lace, wide toe for narrow "dres"toe.
We are sole agents for the "JEN
NESS MILLER" SHOES for this city.
No other dealer has them, or their
Sole Agent for "Jenucss Miller" Shoes.
Central Shoe Store. 17 12 Second Avenue.
Ho Phrenologists locato benevolence
exactly at tho top of tho head.
She ics, as far from the pocket-
book as possible. Lp to Date.
Worst Suffering of All.
Johnny What's a hypochondriac?
Papa IIo'8 a man who suffuro ter
ribly from things that don't ail him.
San Francisco Kxamiuer.
the working force. He said there would j ne;
have Iteen no difficulty in getting hun- j ste
dreds of comr.'ter.t surgeons at Chicka-' sor
I'.s ate of Ouvid Mrown. dece:ised.
J '? underiiri:e.l havinr Leea appointed ex
ecutrix of tbe lust w il at.d lestament of I'avid
Vroun. of tin- county of K.fk Hand.
Mate of liltnots. cifceased. "bcrebv irives notice
thai st.c m Ul at u-r bef re tbe countv cour. of
KiK-K Lsiantl couti'v a ibe c.junty court ti)xn.
in tneclty of KoS: Inland, at the January
term ou the firs; Aioudav In January nvxt.
at bii-!i tia.e persons liuvlu.' rlatm
aeainst mm viie are boisled and rrTU:-ted
to nuetid f"r the pitrix se of bavlnt: tbc-ame
adjusietl. All er- i!s :adei'teu to said t-s:;.te
ire riij'.eisa to make .uimcui.ne Davmcnl to
I utcd ibis au day f November. A. D. I -im.
biCir sT Il.t- .W5. Executrix.
roauga within a week. He raid he knew
J many applications were refused.
C'auM oT Trouble at the Hospital.
He attributed the failure at the Camp
Thomas hospitals to "red tape
peace for thirty years." which had in
capacitated the deoartment for exoan-
I sii n fcr emerirenry. If coneross had es
tablished a hospital corrs the trouble
might have been avoided. He asked the
corps commander on Jure iCth to have
the typhoid patients Isolated. The epi
demic could have thus been cvoided,
but no attention was pivn 1 the re
quest. He reirarded flics and water as
the causes of the infection. The beer
drinking and the unwholesome food as
sisted in dtveloping typhoid germs. The
mortality from tythoid f-vcr In this
hospital was sixty-rlx out of l.E57 case-3.
AS SEEN KY PATH EH VAT-1 AN.
corse lidatlcn, or at least control of
prices and output, has been practically
Business failures in the United States
and I this week number against 219 last
week. 223 in this week a year ago and in
lSl'C, 2G0 In 1S93 and 241 in 1S94.
Illinois Official Resigns.
Springfield, Ills., Nov. B. Governor
Tanner has received the resignation of
James R. Smith, of Taylorville, as trus
tee of the state institution for the deaf
and dumb at Jacksonville, and has ac
cepted the same.
Fell to Death Down a Shaft.
Calumet. Mich., Nov. 5. At the Ar
cadia mine Isaac Theva, aged 45, fell
down a shaft a distance of 150 feet, and
was instantly killed.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Nov. 4.
Following were the quotations on the
xJoard of Trade today:
Wheat Open. Hish. Low. Cleoe.
December Xo $ .60Vi $ .t;.r9i $
December January ..
And Carpet Co
Have a line of Furniture,
and Carpets that you will
appreciate. The Low
Trices will please you and
make the . handsome de
signs doubly attractive.
If you want to' save money
on House Furnishings you
must come here to do it.
Special bargains in
5.C5 4.P5 4.97Vi
extra dairies, 1SQ
1 RENT FIN!
built, two Mor
rPRASCK AMI ltrMXKSS M EDI CM NOW
Private aud c jntidcnuol leite
AlOVr.Y TO LOAN-CHATTEL MORT-
-'l cur loan by W. II Ijm'tl. ITIi Setv
'iid avetiue. ithout pubiictt y or removal He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
HANTFD-CIRCCLAR ANU SAMPLE
' distributors: .' ier !.' pay advanced;
i trtraiii'tit: nitrrirtii-c unncci'ssary. I nlon
- d tit ism; ecmpany, lotbsclud build.nic.
Itiiailelpbia. 1 "a.
T OST A PROWN MARTIN" COLLAR-
A A ette between Seventeenth f'.U'rl
V'nTh . n . T..rf Third IrMltf THl T Ctl-
t t-ta street. Kinder i 1 bo li.-eray rewarUcuV
! rcturr.ltn; to V04 Seveuwenth street.
VlL IV rNTI niTi3 AND Hi
' ralredfTretatort rvovatt topre-
vi-rtl them.''- Pnsrlrs.4Ast pamUdjr t.uix&t.
l.apr dri. MAdpurtuni. mriuleil nrotcriv: tiae
lace meiu'.ed and done up like nea. Water
-olo's (copvri-btedt of old Fort A rmstror.;.-.
i.lso o iirli views for ale. Address Miss
ltatt. Ml T went y-t bird s'reet. KiK-k Island.
Iessons;iven in hsawin:. ri:N
4 irnf. ncn at d ink mt rk snd rtainttat?- Wa-
t r i-,l rs n-op- riirbtedt of ',d Ft Fort Arm-
tr-cc and Colorado te ior naie c-eap.
Ixsm.ds s-:vt-n lv strrrsptr.4rnrc & cents.
a l Sat ur.iavs of address M.ss H. 1'Ult. Nil
tf A SCRE RELIEF TO WOMAN for
ail troubles peculiar to her sex. f TScnd by
mall or from our Aarrct- S I .OO per box.
V.LLUMS IPG. CO., Projti, CLETELAX3, CHIl
For by M. F. Hah f sea, Uruiifc-Ut
Administratrix's Sale of Keal Estate.
lir Tirtue of a decree of sale made and
entered by the eouiity court of the county of
Iwocu Isianu and state of Illinois, on tbe
M'.b d-y of Ho.t..r. IH. in a c. nam
cause then and lacre perilling in said court.
tor tne aie r tne rral estate rere
InaTtcr Cescribed. to pay debts, wherein
tbe uudcrsikrned. as adtr.tmMratrix of ttie es
tate of Henry Carstecsea. tleceased. upe
titioner. and vVorihy Ujrt Carstens-n a 1 the
Kk lsl..nd :kv;r.i.'s Hank were defenttants.
tbe uudris.iT.cd win. nt!.e liTb day ol No
ven ..er. A. Li .s ui tr.ctuartif J o cloek p.
m.. a. tiie east niorof ibe ouriji use. n tbe
eitv of it4Kk Island. In i:iif1 county, st 11 at
pub.'.e aie. to ll.e b-r.et otdtler. for c .sh in
Lani. tbe following tract of lau
purt -nances. Kituatcd in siu
scri td as f. il-jwv tieu.i:
Tit; nor h s.i!..'s-irii ar.d seven-t nth.
(f 7 ;-:t'i feet of tb.tt Mrt.on of omiot if, ;i ih.
soutneast ci.r;r r sec ion nutrner iV.rtv
five a. tow c ship Lumber rititeen lis. norm
of riuije nuiti r to it. west of Ctie f rurib
14:b' pn-.c::al meridian. la tte city and count 1
of bica island ucil etate cf ll.iuo a. bcicff
bsmrded as fojows:
W-.lrcln: at a iron stake on tbe east line of
Muctecuir. street, m f:c i-ity f iUx-k Island
one dur.drtl -od 1 met seven at.d four-tenth.
:7t-10 feet south of tbe iDdian boundary
line run'iinir ibence e;ste-iy par uiel with said
fedttrn vrririrt-ry rrr" two nusurcd and eiybty-
two aud LUcc miJa J3sS-lUi feax ULhe .vest
Tine cf lue ai.ej . thence north .uuru t J weft
tat tixty.cn era. vet.-eoi as (." eu
Oary uiil twobcaiirtftl and etyat y-t wn4 au--
ter..':sii- it-ei 10 li.e el i ne yt aia
Nib-e-r.m sttsjtr tAent-e sourh siityoeien
ani seveii-ttaths t. T-K) leet to the Liaec of
Tocetber with all tbe etie title and inte--
et tteretn. wnereof .ld Henry Csrsten-sen.
deceased, ti w seir-d in fee. atd all tbe
tat e. title ai d interest tberein of ieii.ioner
cd said defendants and eacb ut ihctn.
Rock Uiand. Illinois. October Is.
GRACE E. CAKJ-TENSEN.
Adnuinlsiratrix of the estmtecf .Henry CArsten'
MOn'S PEHNYROYAL PILLS
lrtT 4VB1 OOIlJftffs.U0wc iuf
lAd I'AOlab " 'f t'0-ti-Xi-
ti..n " arr " Life ttaicr"
.O Cirl . OwaaaValAAa. aVMt.ta 0aa.
-iopfDant of vrrtvA aBJ bw;. o
kvx& rfm-dT f-r ui!Mi
tn-m. a ri -t tin .rot it? L-
nlurt (.seav.r. 91 -r
a salf . W. fetr atla-s.sws-.mlav.
tMjid by M F. llahtnen, CruU
Has No Complaint lo Make Soldiering Is
Not a Pirnir. He Hears.
Father Vatrr.an. post chaplain, was
next examined. He served at Tampa.
Camp Th mas. Fort Sheridan and Fort
Thomas. The witness devoted his time
to looking aftr the patients. He wrote
to the fiiends of each patient giving
them information as to his condition.
This course was one of great satisfac
tion to the patients as well as to their
friends. He said that the soldiers had
spoken In the highest terms of their
treatment at the hospital. Being asked
what complaints if any he had heard
from patierts about their treatment he
said that he had heard none whatever
from soldiers of the regular army, but
that a number of the volunteer soldiers
had told him of disazreeable experi-
d 'witbtreap-J enres which were often answered by a
city, a-.a tie- j soldier on the next cot by the question:
"Did you think you were going to a
picnic?" He said none of these com
plaints was of such a nature as to
cause him to make any investigation.
Camp Meade, Midd'etown, Pa., Nov.
5. The war investigation emmitf-e
heard testimony at the Lothiel hotel
yesterday relating to Camp Alger and
other campc established at the breaking
cut of the war. The testimony of thi
wltncsat c did net, add materially to that
taken at other ' rlaces - by tin board,
dlil ljurvrte-rm aster-; Howartl'cave a
de tailed history of tire work nf-Wa d
phrfmert sM saw the ecjps" was as
wetr fiu'i red" In July as any bor!y of
sol tiers tLat ever tu-k the field. Colonel
Al ison tist:fll that the quality of r
lion issued tt Camps A'.gwr ai4-Md-j
was eac-ellent. He claimed that ignor
ance of ci-oking amcng the volunteers
wa the cause of much of the sicknes?
at Camp Atger. ar.d suggested that th
c mmissi-ry erge arts tapp inled from
tte i.on-commisiioned olhcers ia the
Gtmial George W. Pavls. ommander
cf the Second division of the Feorl
Cins. taid Camp Thomas at Chl-ka-mattga
was one of the best camfiuj
sr unls in the country, and that It was
partly selected. on his recommendatl -n.
lie alt:'.l.tited the sickness at Camr. AI-K-
r to k-cp!r.g the men there too Ion.?
ai d camping- them too closely together.
asbr:fton. Nov. 5. Ore of tns
breezleit wittessts so far heard cn ths
Cans Gets the Decision.
New York. Nov. E. Clans got tho de-
: cision over McPartland at the end of
the twenty-fifth round, on points.
The International troops have occu
pied the fortress at Canea, Crete.
Men are fewer and wages higher In
the Wisconsin lumber camps than they
have been for years.
The board of control of the Joir.t
Traffic association has decided to dis
solve the organization.
Kobert Wilts, of Chicago, Is reported
to have been drowned In the Athabasca
river while en route to the Klondike.
A call has been issued for a national
Christian citizenship convention, to be
held at Washington Dec. 13 to 15 next.
"Jack the Clipper" cut off the braids
of Miss Jennie Haranskl, 19 years old,
as she was sitting in Douglas park,
A 3-year-old son of G. F. Denr.is, of
Wauzeka, Crawford county. Wis., ac
cidentally unallowed poison and died
of the effects.
Dr. T. D. Wltherspoon. president of
the Louisville Theological Seminary
and an eminent Presbyterian divine,
died at Louisville.
Osa Woodward and John Martin,
workirsr at the Chicago Consolidated
mine, near Jop!in. Mo.,' were instantly
klHed by falllrg bowlders.
P. ' B. O'Reilly, aged S. the oldest
p mlier of the Ancient Order of Hiber
nians in the United States, is dead at
his home ha Terre Haute, Ind.
Colonel Amos Webster, a member of
General Grant's personal staff in the
campaign around Richmond, is dead at
Washington. He was 62 years old.
J. K. Hardy, of Kansas CiTi' and St.
Louis, attempted to shoot his wife in a
wine room at Wichita, Kas., but was
prevented by a waiter and Detective
Direct from Austrian court circles the
announcement comes that Francis Jo
seph contemplates a. second marriage
as soon as the time of official court
mourning has expired.
A petition of Insolvency and applica
tion for a receiver has been filed in the
circuit court at Madison. Wis., in the
case cf Charles Bowar, the Mount
Horeb stock buyer who cheapr-ared.
19c: frej;h packing stock. 11?tl2c. Efrgs
Fresh stock. 17M;fijSc per drz. Live
Poult rv Turkeys. '"iHi: per rb; chick
ens, 5fCc: clucks, et'G'ic: gese, J4.C0
6.00 per doz. Fotatocs Good to choice.
29(fjS5c per bu. Sweet Potatoes Jer
seys. $2.00(32.23 ppr bbl. Apples Com
mon to fancy, J1..'0!&3.2j per bt.I. Cran
berriesWisconsin Bell and Bugle, IG.50
(SG.73 per bbl.
Chicago Lire Stock.
Chicago. Nov. 4.
Hoes Kstimated receipts for the day.
29.000; pales ranged at J2.5fltfi 3.45 for
Pigs. 13.25-8 3.65 for light, $3.20fif3.25 for
rough packing. $3.30(&3.75 for mixed, and
53.40g3.75 for heavy pax-kins; and ship
ping lots. Cattle Kstimated receipts
for the day. 3.5C0: quotations ranged nt
3.253.60 choice to extra steers. 14.60
Li5.25 ttood to choice do., $4.6034.90 for
fair to good. $4.104i4..o common to me
dium do.. S4.GO&4.45 butchers' steers.
J4.GC&5.30 fed western steers, S2.90'S4.C3
stockers. $4.f.OfrT4XO feeders. $1.756 4.00
cows, $2.fi04.60 heifers. $2X004.23 bulls,
oxen and stags, $2.804.15 Texas steers.
$3.6015 4.55. grass western steers, $2.7.1
f4.00 western cows and heifers, end
J4.0Cff7.25 ver.l calves. Shfep and
Lambs quotations ranged at $3,2554.43
westerns. $2.733 4.60 natives, and $3.7
Milwaukee. Nov. 4.
Wheat Lower; No. 1 northern. 67'sc:
.s.o. 2 nortnem. 6bc. oats steady:
2.4i2.,.c. Rye Lower; No. 1. SHVic.
Barley Lower; No. 2, 47c; sample.
Hay-Timothy, S: wild. Il7.
Potatoes New. 3Twr
Butter Fair to choice, 17e; fresh creamery.
Cni"kens- Sprint'. r per pound.
1 Hjeks - --c per pound.
Turkeys Alive, fee ter pound.
Coal ,0f. 11 .
Cattle - HutcLers mt for corn fed nfcer.
MH'tl-v rows and betters, jH'T" cu ves.
Eheep 434- c.
Bed Room Suits,
The most beautiful line
of Parlor Rockers and
Couches, Leather Goods,
etc , shown in the three
cities. They are all at
the Big Store,
i. M. IU .MOOX, Manager.
Telephone III-'. Ofllee hours 1 to 0 p. ro.
New Subscribers Since Last
1002 Apple, J. S., jrroccry.
1272 Hah n sen, F. W., ret.
401)2 IJurkhart & Uuikhurt, doc
4371 Collum, Jolin & Co., whole
Ellenwood, L. W., residence.
4181 (irejrjr, Mrs. Sarah L, res.
4043 Ilealey, .John, res.
4142 Keller, Charles, res.
4313 Kerns, (li'iire M.. res.
133(5 Iockney, Jtov. J. I-'., res.
40U3 Looney & Kellcy, attorners.
19.5ri McCiiskrin & MeCiiMkrin. atys
4172 Palace of Sweets, JIH Twen
4104 Reed & liollmun. city steam
414 4 Kobiiisoii, M.
4082 Summers. R.
1332 While. I. S,, res.
N. 11. Cut out the above ami paste
on inside front cover of your telephone
directory for ready reference.
11. He Co., ''ro
il. & Co., stove
J. M. BITOT.
For Rats, Mice, Roaches,
IT'S A KILLER.
After eatiac. 9 vermia seek water and the epea ahw
Hcxjis tais kiiW as the awstcisaniy oattrta.
For Sale by efl Drwtrsists. Price. IS Onta.
HEWTOH IASCFACTUBISG ft CREEICiLCO,
9S Wllllaia street. New York.
TUBE CARPET CO.
I 324 326-328 Brad Street, Darenpor
'i'T ' L'-S. 1 t t
Own Tour Horn and Uavt U aeursa.
Insurance and Loans,
Room 4. Mitchell &, Lynde Building
Aeiepnona auvix .- - .
White Seal saloon
i?i5 Second Areatia.
CHAS, E, HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Trailers Ins. Co., - - Chicago, III.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Bockiord. Ill
Security Ins, Co. - Uew Haven, Con
&...... T . I . m.
S-UB. Ml. - " OUCSlUrU, Jill.
Offlee, Boon t. Bu ford blaok. Rates
slow as sjoBatavea visa eounty.