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THE AEGUS. TUESDAY, MAY 30.- 1899.
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Inn. Co., - - Chi cage, 111
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Kockford. Ill
Security Ins, Co. - New Iiaven, Conn
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford. Ill
OTce. Room S. Buford b'.oc Raa
aaiow aa roiwiitett wib asejrliy.
J. M. Buford,
Tc o'.a Fire nd
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Ri'.ei aa ow ua any
eao aftord. Your
pairoaae la aolic
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insuring In Re
nies. c oh orMr.. p R chamberlln,
Telephone 1030. AiTCDt.
M.ictcU & Lynda block.
Bfprwnnts the followfnff well
known JT.r and Aoclcnt Jjurur
Rochester German Ios Oo Rochester, N Y
licrman " r-"reeport. Ill
Huffitioilerniaa " Iiuffulo, N Y
Hclt:m-- " Philadelphia
Gcr.n m Fire " Peoria 111
Na .lampstVre " ....Manchester. N H
Milwaukee MMbwIci " Milwaukee. Wis
Fidelity and Casualty New York
OB corner KU'h'eeiitn street ud
6-cond avenue, wxxxl Boor.
Sooth. Went and North. Colonists, clicap
Koulh. U'rut mnd North. H.iincsi-fkcrs.
Julie li to ..
Hay n aril. YVia. Pound Luke. Mvwn.
kn llty. Modern Woodmen June." to ?.
I j Anfrlin, fal. National iAluciitlotiu! As
KoriAtioti, Juue to July 8.
ISufTitlo, N. V.- Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.
June II. I- and I '..
St. I.011U. Mo. Protective OrJcr f 1 Iks.
June !'. and -s.
Irtrtlt, Hch. Cbtistian Cdcavor. July 3.
4 and 5.
Klrhmnml. Va.- H.i-nUl Yo.mi' People's
Vnlon. July o. aml-li
Cheap l-omitl trip ticVets for tin various m;m
rur resorts inclutlmir Hot Springs. S l are on
ftale during the simmiq. Kxct-llent l:i-s and
tiiusealor.i:i. tNhinif tt"torteel at Kountt ami l,ost
likt-N. rie.tr ILiywurtl. lit-iiver Mini l-at-itie ser
viee is unsurpassed. For n'rn und addition
al information ca'l on or apply to
II. I. Ma. k, Phone M. J. Yoinc
1). P. A. 1131 & 1 1 MO. Ajr. nt.
This, the seventh year thai the
Apollo lias been plaetd on the mar
ket, marks its perfection. The
material used in its construction,
the workmanship and lini-h. are
the very finest, and there is no
bicycle made today whien stands
higher in the estimation of its
riders than the Apo'.lo. We have
made only slight changes in its
construction, the most noticeable
of which is the charge in' the
JOHS KOCH, SOLE AGENT.
21S Seventeenth St.
An Excellent Combination.
Tl.c plr-ascnt rnethtxl and beneficial
elfi-ets of tlio will known remedy.
feviti p k I i.-is, manufactured bv the
CAMcniiSiA tio iSvi.up C'y.. illustrate
the vahic of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
tt;e:n in me lorrn most refresljintrtotJie
taMe aid acceptable ti the svstem. It
iitiie one perfect strentheninfr laxa
tive, cleansing the svsti-in c-ireetnalH
di-P'-iiirio- colds, headaches and fevers
penny vet promptly nml enabling' one
-overcome habitual constipation per
n.. 'unliy. Its j;-rfcct freedom from
every object ional-le rinality and sub-staii.-e.
Hiid it acting on the k'ulneys,
liver andlj.v.vol.s, without weakening
or irritating' them, make it the ideal
Ia the pro -ess of manufacturing fig's
are used, as they are pUasant to the
tast;. but the meilieinai qualities of the
r-.'tneily are obtained from senna and
othrr ar-rantie plants, by a method
known to the Califoknia Fig Kvr.i p
Co. only. In order to pet its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, plea.se
remember the full name of tliet'ompany
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAW FHAXCISCO. CAL.
LOCISVII.T.B. KV. KEW YOJ1K. it. T.
Ftr ty all Urufists. I'rrce oc. per bottle
F:.itcof Max F. I!abi.sen. deceased.
Tn unioii'r.ej LaVir.s '""en appointed
rierulrn or t.'i'j l:s.-.t will and tcrta-
i.l of Max F. lSalin-vn. late of the
iinty ot i:M'k Island, state of Illinois.
d'.o-ased. hereby elves notice that Fhe will
appear before the eo i'itv court of Roek
1: iaiid eouiily, at the(uiily court room, in
tl.e city of Uock 1,1. in J. at the Jnlv
term, on the Urnr. Momiav in July next,
at v. hicti time all terons hsv inn elaiuisairainsi
said er !.ate are notified aii.l rius.ird to at
tend for the purp-ise of tiavii t; the same ml-
justed. All persons iru!etcd to Haid estate
are requested to make immediate payment
lo the undersigned.
Dated tb;s t'th day or May. A. D. IR39.
I.r.'A s. i:a:inskn. Fxecutrix.
Marion K. Sweeney, attorney.
F.state of M-.irv ' ' onui 11. deceased.
The unih'rl!-'ned having t,en appointed ex
ecutrix of t lie l.u-t W'll and teslaruentitf Mary
iJi'ouriell. lale of t he count y of Kink Island,
stale of Illinois, deceased, hereby cives notice
tb.ilsre -a iiiarPur h-fore tin; iHiunty court of
Koek lsj.ind county. t the county court room.
in the eiiv o.' ioeli 1-liir.U. at the July
temi. en the lirst Monday In July next
ut tviiieh lime ad persons bavin; claims
ainst waitl estate are notified and requested
at lend for the purposo of havini; the same
adjusi-tl. All persons indented to said estate
are rciueMMMi to make immediate paymeut to
the uiiilersinnf d.
Dated thb, 11 st dtty of May. A. D.
Mahoakkt Tn i h.k. Fecutrix.
F-state of William Ral-i-h. dee jased.
The undersiKi-'-d havltot been appointed
administratrix of the estate of Vi;lirn
liaisch. late of the county of Ivock Isl-
um!, state of Illinois. deceased, hereby
jjives notii'e tn.it sne will appear neiore ILe
etunty court of Kock lslantl eo inty. at the
county court room. In the city of liock Island,
at the A Ui.'u t term, on the tirsr, Monday
In Ainrust next, at wLieb time ail per
sons having claims against said estate are
notiiled and ren iested to attend, for the par-
pose of havinj; tne same luljusted.
-WU persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this lstn day of May. A. D. lSyp.
M.t'.o.w.ENA i:aiv II, Administratrix.
F.state ot Timothy Sexton, deceased.
The ucdersUtied h tvinir ten appointed ex-
CCilt'Tsof thi'hi.tl I al.d te-lament of "I irn,
thy Sexton, late of the county of Ifoek Island.
Kta.e of Illinois, deceased, hereby jives notice
tbat they will appear betore the county
Court of Kock !-land couniy. at the county
court r,iom. in the city of Kock Island, at the
Auj-'-ist term, on the Iirst Monday m August
next, tit wnicn time ail penwms, nav.ni;
claims uttainst said estate ure notiOed and
reeuested to attend, for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusied.
All persons Indebted to nam estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated inla SSi day of Mar. A. D. tSP9.
J"MN 1'. SrxTn.v.
M tHV A. SflTU'.
State of Illinois.
-onuiyof Koek 1-l.iud. i
Count v court of Hock Isl md co-inty. to the
Julv trrni. A.I"
Ji hn t!roren. admir.is rator of tte estate of
Anil t'onwav. tit-ceased. s Jolin Conway
and imkniwn heirs tit Ann Conway, lit
eesed. l'ti-.ion to s'll rral esta'.ts to pay
Atlltlavit of the unknown residence of the
unknown If irs of the sail Ann C nway.tie-t-e.eti.
tU-fendanTs alHve n:imt-,l. bavitor been
tped in theolieeof thecleik-.f t'.ee-.untveourt
of li'M-k Island county. no;iee Is hereby cien
t, tht: saitl unwnown Leirs of tl:e taid nn
,ma ay. deceastsl. that tbf said plaiatil. John
t,r,i.'e?i. adii'.i istratti- ,tf the estate of Ann
I'.iiv. tii'L-t'i'til has Med his petition in Hie
sai l county c,o"rl of K k Island eouuty for an
tir.lf lo sell t!ie premises lelonfini o the es
tate i f said deeeas tl or so itiu.-b of it as rcav
be needed to pay the reht of said deeea-etl.
a'.ti tles.-r bed us foil -wa. to wit: lxit iLimlsr-r
fttur t li. in bltnrk uua.l er th e- (3i. in llail,-
lai ennttrt ft'iir: n n Ml atlttui 'n to ibe citv
o: liek I 1 ml in Hie county of IJ.t.-k Island ai.,1
si-.eof lllin.is. at tl i hat i s.itmotis bsbeen
tuetl titit tf said court a:fti-i you. rrti.r-ia-u'.i
eat the JiJv term. A l. I- '.' of said court, to
Seboldeu on ibe iid day of JulyA 1. Ift. ut th
eourr h isc in ioek Inland, ia Kock Island
co'iRty. Illiat-is. . .
Vow unless vou. the said tinknown
heirs of Ibe sa'o. Ann Conw.y. i"eeeased.
hall ne.-sonallv lc and up; ear before the
said c' uuty t"irtof U-M-k island tounir. n
the nrst day of the next term thereof, to be
bolden at Kock Isi.fi l is siid c nte. on th-r
Jrddavof Juiv. ls-. antl nead. nnswer or
d-nvir to the said eompla rani "s pet unm ti.-d
iheren tncsameand tbo matters an J thui.-s
lber a cnrvetl and stated w til be taken as
con'essed, and decree enteretl avaiiisl you
aecordms t- the prayer of sid bill,
c Ktiek Islatd. 1U.. Mav 7. A. D IH
Htv UrmnKiJ. r-'e-k.
Sitiu ii MaR-sHVUs Complimant ss-olicit r.
.MOTT'S PEHHYROYAL filLS
Ltf'lj Skrt'l otr." itjnrnaM ieT
to cirlt At on.anr-si. atl-JUr. a-
wloptnr or r asj ana d-jot. r
For Mie by IX. F. fioboca. CiMgi?is
CIVIL SERVICE CHANGE
President Announces the Rules
as He Has Concluded to
BEDTJCES THE LIST OF CLASSIFIED.
Taking 4.000 Places from the CominlMiou
Directly and Oitiug Them to Iieads of
Departments, Ur.-t'hancei in the Kulea
That Will Not I'lcase the Civil Service
Kefortn A.sot latlon Retaliatory Tax ou
Canadian Products Proposed and I'rged.
WariinjTtor., May GO. The president
jv-Fterday aft'-r a year of considera
tion Finned ar.d promulsated the
change? In the civil F?rvici rules that
have b'-en av.aittrtl with much inter
est by tioth c-Ivil Fervit e r -foi mtrs and
amis. The first fact that stards out in
the nw iu!es it, that 4.(-09 place? are
takn from the cissified service and
pivtn ir.to the sole control of the ap
p jintins t.lIie-erF. Then a numl5r if the
rules are amettd"l in a mar.ner that is
expected to taM forth a protest from
the civil service cornn:i.-si'n. I'ule 11 is
amended to as to tequiri c nly non-co:n-petitive
c xamimti ins to test the litn ss
cf a person whom the head of an ex
ecutive dt-partnunt or the secrttai j- of
the Sn;ithonian institution pha'l nom
inate for iipfintmert in the classiib-d
s rvi. o. This prov!.-it,n. it is ikiared.
is m -art to cover appointments to p.;?i
tiin." r-quirinp teihnkal or sc.er.tilic
training and the civil S'Tviie commis
sion is rofiuin ti t furnish a certilicate
of oualifk -atioii up in satisfying its.-lf
of general fiti:ess ami upon the ret-Hpt
of a cerliiicat.' from the appointing otli-ct-r
covt-rir.fj the facts.
KemovHls in the C'lassilied Service.
Thi provision coverins' the removal of
-.jersuns in the chissiiicd service hi al-t-rtu
materiaiiy in languasc, and as
channel rtaiis a follows: "Xo removal
shall be mad'? from the competkivi?
claFi ifit d rerviep except for just cause
and for r-'-asuns siven in writing: untl
tl.e person F-uht t Ik- remnved Fhall
have r-'tiee aii-i be furnished a copy
of such reasons and be allowed a na
Ft. nable tiir.e for pc-rsonally answering
the same in writing. Copy f fuch re.t
Fons. n-d-ce and arfiivr and of the or-cJ--r
of removal sh;ill lie made a part of
tl:.- records of the proper department or
oiHoe. ami the reasons for any chan??
in ompens it-ion within the competitive
elassifi.il service shall also be made a
p-trt of the records tf the proper de
partment or cifiiii'."
Preference tor Veterans Is Given.
Ittilt; 7 t;f the act is am'-r.dtd si as
to tfive to rers.-ns honorably di?:i harmed
fr. tn s. rvin- in the army or r.avy of
the lnit-d States in the Spanish-Aiccr-it-.in
war. as w l! as the veterans? in the
civil war, preference in the making of
appointmt nts. A section added to rule
8 makes permanent in fhr- discretion
of tlie hail.-r elepartments ail existhii;
tcmixirary appointments. Anotht r pro
vision is as follows: "Any person dis
missed frfim the service upon charges
of dellnrjuincy or misconduct may be
rc-ir.rtate-d. subjert to the other condi
tions of these rules, without n ard to
the one year lime limit of this rule,
upon the certificate of the proper ap-
poinlirs c ifn-er that he has already ln-
Vtsticated the c ase and that thecharRes
tipo.n which the dismissal was based
were not true."
With Ileference to Transfers.
Hiile 0, st'tir.n L re'.atir.R to trans
fers, is materially amtrded hy strikinp:
out the words "Or if in said position
there is not required, in the Judgment
of the.. commission, the tierform-jnce of
In cortftnnt pain 'when oc(
.your feet 7
13 that crarnnr;, pulling '
sensation with you from morn
till ni;rht 1
Why not put the medicine
exactly on the disease ? AVhy
i not apply the cure right toi
'the spot itself ?
f You can do it rith
Immediately after the
Plaster id applied, yon feel
??flaence. Its healing remedies
m t" 1
into the lntlamed tissues.
Pain L3 quieted, soreness is re
lieved and strength imparted.
No plaster was ever made like it.
No plaster ever acted so caicklr
nd thorourhly. No plaster ever
bad tsnch complete control over all
kiadj of pais.
Tlaced over the chest it i3
a poxerful aid to Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral : relieving
congestion and drawing out
FOB At. T ALT. TlrOT1si.
J. C. AVFR CO.. Lima. Mara.
the same class of work, or the practice
of the same mechanical trade performed
or practiced In the position from which
transfer is proposed." and inserting In
place of the-m the following: "Kut the
provisions in relation to apportionment
shall be waived upon the certificate cf
the appointing officer that the transfer
Is required in the interests of good ad
ministration." Commission Will Make a Statemenr.
The members of the civil service com
mission, owing to the fact that they
have not had time to examine and study-
its provisions in detail, are not yet pre
pared to give out a statement of the ef
fect of the order. A comprehensive
statement, however, will be prepared
pointing out its consequences.
RETALIATION AGAINST CANADA.
Blast Tay for It if She Puts an Export
Di-.ty on Her Product.
Washington, May CO. Senator Mc
Millan, of Michigan, had a long confer
ence with Secretary Ciage yesterday re
garding the proposed imposition of a
countervailing duty on lumber imported
from Canada. McMillan, on bthalf of
the northern timber interests, strong
ly urged early action, and if the attor
ney general in his forthcoming opinion
holds that under the proviso in section
19i of the tariff act the secretary can
lawfully impose a practically prohibi
tive duty on lumber from the Canadian
provinces such action almost certainly
will be taken.
The section in question authorizes the
imposition of a retaliatory duty on lum
ber from any country or dependency
which may impose an export duty on
logs. Canada, by a recent' act. absolute
ly prohibits the export of lugs, ar.d the
question is whether this prohibition
comes within the meaning of section
133. Treasury department otiicials think
that it dots, and unless the attorney
ge-r.eral takes a contrary view official
action will shortly be taken, and the in
creased duty will be made to apply to
lumber of ail kinds imported nut only
from Ontario, but from any other Ca
Cannot Recognize the I'nion.
Washington. May CO. An adjustment
was reached yestvrclay of thegrievances
presented by the machinists employed
at the government arsenal at Ko; k Island,
Ills., the department holding that pti
tiens may be presented by the men to
their commandant, individulally or by
some or.e or more of such e mployes who
may be selected to represent them, but
not by reprrsentations other than from
the men themselves. Itetue.ts are often
made at government works by the em
ployes to have their grievances pie-s-.-ntL'd
by commit', tesconstitutedof those
who are not employes and who rrjire
sent national labor organizations. These
requests the department finds It im
practicable to concede, holding that all
complaints must come direct from the
CiMe of Mrs. Mayhrick.
Washington. May CO. Secretary Hay
yesterday said that he had no official
communication w ith AmbassadorChoate
on the subject of the release of Mrs.
Maybrick fn:m rrison in Krgland and
had received no cablegram from the
ambassador on that subject. While
ambassador at I.i.ndan Hay took an ac
tive and personal interest in Mrs. May
brick's case, and at one time '-ad almost
succeeded in getting the consent rf the
Kritish government for her release, but
official conservatism prevailed and the
effort failed. While the. .agitation has
been renewed since that occasion it has
never again come so near its object.
Swift & Co. Get li Ileer Contract.
Washington, May CO. The war de
partment is informed that the award of
the contract for furnishing fresh b?rf
to the army in Cuba and I'erto It'.eo has
been made to Swift & Co.. of Chicago.
There are nineteen pests to be supplied
in Cuba. The meat is to ke-e-p twenty
four hours after delivery, and be sub
ject at all times to rigid inspection.
A Musical Sentry.
Tho antbor of "With Plainer In
Matcbelelaiid' tells of some humorous
A trooper had pone down to a water
hole after the sentries were posted. On
returning ho was challenged, but, not
knowing tho countersign, tho sentry re
fused to let him pass.
"Hang it nil, you knovr me well
cnoupi ! What's th3 use of playing the
fool at :his time of night?" pleaded tho
"Can't be helped. You know tho or
ders, and unless you give tho counter
sign tbero you are, and theie you will
remain !" retoi ted the sentry. And lie
did remain there until tho visiting offi
cer admitted birii iu tho jjiiiall hours of
Ou another occasion the countersign
was "Xordeufeldt," the nanio of a cer
tain kind of pun. A soldier, ou ap
proaching the picket, had a hazy recol
lection that some sort of a gnn had been
mentioned as tho countersign and in au-s
swer to the challenge Rave ".Maxim."
"That's not it," leplicd the sentry.
"Oh, well, the other kind ct gun!"
hazarded tho man.
"Well, that's near enough. Pass in,"
said the uentry.
Au orderly officer, ou Roiug his
rounds, was astonished to find the gen
tly tinging at him in this fashion:
"Hitiddle dehi ti! Who goes there:"
"What do you mean, sir, hy chal
lenging iu that fashion?" asked the offi
cer. "The last time I was on dnty, sir, 1
was told to challenge in a more musical
voice, and that's the only tune I know,
six," replied tho sentry.
The parish minister of C is a
practical though not a cultured preach
er. The otln-r Suuday, when on his way
homo at the close of the Afternoon serv
ice, he overtook i-andy Smart, the vil
lage half wit, slowly trudging along,
and, being a Lit of a wag, addressed
him as follows:
"You've got au excelleat pair of
shoes on. Sandy; but, losh, man, they're
sadly iu need of blacking!'
"Aye. sir," readily replied Sandy.
"They're like yer sermons ouco desti
tute o polisii " Dundee People's Jour
nal. It bas been estimated that it would
take a man 3. COO years to read all the
SET" ASIDE THE INJUNCTION.
Development of the Recent Street Car
Strike at DoJuth.
St. Paul. May CO. At Duluth yester
day the district court with thres? judges
sitting heard the argument in the ap
plication cf the Duluth Street Kailway
com party for a permanent injunction-restraining
nine spet-ifled employes of the
corr.pary and ai! others from interfer
ing with the operation of the road er
with the company's employes.
The' men were present ar.d fought the
injunction, ar.d denied in tiuir answer
ill intention of doing harm to the com
pany's prcperty or of interfering with
the employes. The judges after a con
sultation decided that the equities of
the complainant had not been attacked,
and that under the law of this state the
injunction cannot stand. . m
Two Kills He Vetoed.
Boston. May CO. Governor Wolcott
yesterday vetoed tho so-culled Sspanisji
veterans" preference bill, as well as the
bill exempting trades unions from the
insurance laws governing fraternal ben
eficiary organizations. The veterans'
preferer.ee bill e-xempted veterans cf the
late war with Spain from civil service
examinations, and gave them a prefer
ence on the public s?rvices appointment
list r.ext alter the veterans of the civil
Turns Oat To Re an Indiana Mun.
Savannah. Ga.. May CO. Ad.dph Hand,
arrested here on a charge of forgery.
turns out to be Aclolph Kiddlesheiir.er.
of Fort Wayri. Ind., who is said to
have e mbezzled n-.onsy from the Strauss
Manufacturing company, of that city.
The Fort Wayne p.lice have requested
that he be held until an ollicer ar
rives. He has consented to go without
Held I'p and Kobljetl of $.100.
CaThton, Wis.. May CO. As William
Degenhart. a saloonkeeper, went to
close and lock the back door of his
business place about 10 o'clock Sunday
evening, he v. as heid up by two masked
men. one of them holding a revolver
to liis head, while the other relieved
him ef about $"00 in cash. Xo clue- to
the robbers lias been discovered as yet.
Iron Scale Not Near Settlement.
Toungstown. O.. May 30. Secretary
James II. Xutt.of the Iron Manufactur
ers' association, returned from D-troit
yesterday, w here he has bt en atte nding
the meetings of the Amalgamated As
sociation and Manufacturers representatives-.
"Things are practically n-
nearer a settlement than they wore be
fore I went to lletroit." said Xutt.
Assets Kxceed Liabilities.
Grand Rapids, Mich., May CO. The
Kent Furniture company, of this city,
filed a trust mertgage last night secur
ing three local bar.ks to the amount of
Si;4,r-00. Claims of other creditors
amounting to between $."0,000 and $;0.
000 are not secured. The manager states
that the assets1 will exceed all liabili
The number of persons employed in
and about all the mine-s of the I'nited
Kingdom is 741.12; men.
The president will nominate Edwin C.
Madden, cf Detroit, to be third assist
ant postmaster general.
Eddie llir.tzman, 11 years old, son of
Albert llir.tzman, of Mcnomor.ie, Wis.,
was drowned in Wilson creek.
Further attempts to dual the Amer
ican line steamer Paris have been aban
ci ceil until the next spring tides.
Isaac Peterson, of South Chicago,
killed himself hy cutting his throat.
Peterson had been out of work recently.
Colonel John S. Lord, of Springfield.
Ills., has been appointed to a Jl'.OCO
place in tho census hureau at Washing
ton. Mrs. W. II. MeDancba, of Pana, Ills.,
died of hysterics, caused by fright as
the result of trouble among negro neigh
bors. John Peverlc-y, a commercial traveler,
of Wichita, Kan., is second cousin to
both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson
Professor II. A. Sober, of the Wiscon
sin State university, ar.d family will
spend two years in Europe, sailing Juiy
1 for Hamburg.
The total number of plague cases re
ported at Alexandria. Egypt, is eight.
Two of those stricken have died and two
The president has decided to nominate
John A. Merritt. of Xew York, to be
postmaster at Washnigton to succeed
James H. Willett.
Ground has been leased at the foot of
N'orth AVater street, Chicago, by John
M. Shartle, of Middletown, O., for a
large paper plant.
It is stated that Governor Roosevelt Is
to receive the degree of LL. D. from
Columbia university during the com
mencement exercises next week.
The report of the Suez Car.al company.
dated May 6. shows total receipts for
the fiscal year to the amount of $17,C0O.
000, an increase of $14j,C0J over the pre
Dr. Kit-hard Cornwall, slayer of his
brother, onte suspected of wife murder
and twice of the murder of young wom
en, one of them Maude Belle Honesteel,
the mystery about whose disappearance
has nev?r bfen cleared, killed himself
Thero are oulv 3.P42 h-fr nf f i o, A i n ra
et Japan tho "Indians." of that eonn.
try. Nearly all of them live on the
ncrtiiern inland of.Yezo.
Wbcnyon'retliroiigh irettinir partial re
lief from etiA or neuralgia by the use
of uncertain remedies, try a cure tbat a
tKoro-iijh oti that s Fiiaranteetl to care
or money refunded, r nrtliermoro, the
only remedy guaranteed to contain no
opium, morphine, antipyriee. or other
harmful sobotaoce. Just a apeedy,
wholedome, unfailing cure.
1 Care headacht and re"mlgi.i, not h in
hat that rare in 20 minus. IrroggUta
M the world over guarantee tbem.
Cobwebs about a house are usually the sign
that the housei. ifc has more than she can do,
the way she goes about it; that all her time
and strength are utilized hi doing heavy work;
that she uses soap iu her cleaning. If she
would only use
heavy work would be so
neglected. t,eiia uust gives a woman time to rest, tunc to visit, time
to read, and time to sew. It is much better and cheaper than soap for,
all cleaning. For greatest economy buy our large package.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
CHICAGO ST. LOUS MLW YORK BOSTON
' "TWW TMVM I IIT tf--"
You reed one today ; and all the time. The muddy wat:r
may be full et sickness.
Take no chances but have one put in at once:
DA VIS CO.
FINE TAILORING . . .
A few notes regarding fall goods that can lo found by loo ting
at this ad. Hero are nonie prices we qnote: Fall rove tics
in suits the prices range from $18, f-JO, $-.2:2, $ -J5 and tip. Tho
prices in tho fall trousers range from $5, $ 5 60, $0, f6.u0 and
upward. Come in and see our line line.
JOHN M. PAKlDOK.
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
Cliicagu Grain and I'roduce.
Chicago. May 29.
Following were the quotations on the
Hoard of Trade today:
Short 1 libs
High. Low. Close.
; .7, $ .7GU .74'.fe J -"CM;
.7j-".s t'1 .7ji2 .77 "a
.751a .ttTs .7o .Ttia
.::j.3 .!- .H2i .32
.C2-s -C2'4 .C2-s .CC14
.24-A .244 .24 .24
22V .22-14 .2.VA .22
.19 .20 .20
S.17' S.2.". S.171- 8.20
S.30 S.42'i S.CO S.Cj
r..o". 5.07 v-j .c; o.Oj
5.17Vi 5.22'i- 5.17 6.17
. 4.117'i 4.70 4. lir,
. 4. S3 4.S2Vi 4.80
1 lutter Extra cl camei its.
per lb; extra dairies, 10c; fresh
st. ek. lyitlUVjc. Eggs Fresh
c- per dozen. Live Poultry
li'e per tb; chit kens. O'fi-lOc;
?2.r,( -.ft (i.eo per dozen: ducks.
sc per Il: gcso, J'.-iniii 4.00 per doz.
Potatoes Common to choice. ?,Z0i"Ac per
bushc I. New Potatoes $2.7."'c C.75 per
bbl. .Apples Common to fancy. $4. 00ft)
o.r.O per bbl. Strawberries Fair to
choice, II. A!',i 1.25 per 2lfiit case.
C hicago Live Stock.
Chicago. May 29.
Hugs Estimated receipts for the day,
41.000; salts ranj-ed at $.".3flf; :i.70 for
pigs. $:'..ttZ.tt for light. :!.f,f,a:?.70 for
...jr j.t "i lor rnixtu.
for heavy packing uirtl
cattle Estimated re
ci.iy. 14.000; quotations
:n 5.C."i choice to extra
ranged at $5.:;.'
st- ers, $4.S".fi .".:
good to choice do..
fair to good, Jl.li)fc4..0
ct.miron lo inetiitim 00.. w;w ..iu
butchtis' steers. 1 4. 2515.4.") fed western
steers, SI (,'O.f 5.10 feeding steers. $2.25i
4.40 cows. $C. C0i 5.00 h-ifers. $a.O0'f4.40
bulls and oxen. t4.0Gi 4.73 stags. t'Z.'MGi
A. 90 Texas steers, ard S4.00f7.25 veal
calves. Sheep and Lambs Estimated
rceipts for the day, IS, 000; cjuotntionft
ranged at $.1.90115.55 westerns, tJ.65'g5.50
natives, and $4. 906.90 lambs.
Milwaukee. May 29.
Wheat Higher; No. 1 northern. 75"i
ffi7r-'4.c: No. 2 northern, 75t76c. Kye
Dull; No. 1, COc. Parley Quiet: No. 2.
40c; sample, SS'i&Cc. Oata Steady;
I ocal Market.
Spring Lamb 2 0 per bead.
c oro WiiXie.
Oats- :m 3 lc.
Hay -Tlrnotby. til; itjld, I7.504i
Straw tt ' .
Mutter Ch-.ice'to fair, 15c; fresh cream;ry
Cbieker.s Spring, "eper pound,
bucks 7c p-r p'emd
Turkejs -Live, loc per pound,
fori -Soft. 10c.
Cat'le-llutcncni cay for corn fed tttccno
4ste."c; com and heifers, iio'L 4c; ;culves,
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
lightened that the little thing-- needn't ha
---' M Hlnn mm hi
West Seventeenth Street.
GUS ENGLIN, 1803 Second
HENBY A. FAKIDOM
Best Dining Car Service.
Our Display of Spring
is correct in style and
color. The shapes
are extremely becom
ing and trimmed so
artistically that you
will be delighted with
them. Call and get
her prices before pur
Mrs. D. La Frenz
J 324 Third avenue.
The only Cement that Is not effected
by beat or moisture.
Otto Grotjau. 1501 Second Ave.
A J. Kifjsa, U2-J'J Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keiru, 7th Ave. and 38lh St
Otto Iludert, 5th Ave. and Elm St
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