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THE ABG1TS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 25. 1899.
WANTFIV-SECOSD COOK AT 219
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" tTANTFl BOARDERS. CHOICEBOOMS
T and board at tt Fourth avenue.
AlfASIKE-TWO F.XPF.FUF.Xf'F.D IRON-
cr at the (Jem laundry. A pply t onee.
Wright s restaurant.
INTFI -f 1IRT. FOR (iKS ER T. HOl'SF.
wori. at 715 T wentleib si-ecu n w
UrtSTHl -ItOV II OK 13 VEAR OF" A'iEl
II with cleir stro:i voice. Apply at An
HT'ANTF.H-A CdOnCnflK AT ts.1t SEV-
-t r :c
P.est ul ,a;Ti
trANTKf-':iRL KuR r.F.NF.RAT.HOrSl'.-
v v wnrrf. Ilest of v
Mun street. Davenport.
-ltrAVTKD-PtTPII.S WISHING TO TAKE
v V private lessors in dancinfr can do to b;
enquiring y. iu r mn avenue, j'jucs.
"1 lTATFJ)-X)l). RKF.TARr-nOIL.SAT.KS-
v V mini, on corr-mission orsalitry. Address I
lyu iker Oil and Ia:pieiuenlcompany, Cleveland,
is to oc to ff thni her
children lin early in
life to shampoo their
neaii rt(rularlv once a
week. In each 1n-
ASD COOK I J ... ... stance, niter the hair
r.ris SeeoLil I f '""'". u: . -::ie ni;;u. ueaiin-fnviuaj
w 'iiiu i.jL.i-i ia; ico totiieFcaip to aid
nature in creating the host risible pro-nth
of uniformly colored, lustrous, healthy hair
the mo.-t imjortant feature in the make-up
r; luiiuiui women ana riaudaome Zbt-u.
ror more than a:ievn years, tile
Scafp Cleaner 2t
has tnod at the ar-ex of a?. ? hnmpno washes,
while the " Haul Gkowfr " ha hecn equal
ly siicco-ul j:i :u efforts to return the
injured scalp anl almost lifeless hair to
Wicir original hcalll. fulness.
SOI.U l!V IlKI'liGHT.
T. H, THOMAS,
Corxer Sceond Avenue and Seventeenth St.
LINE FENCE PROPOSED
Sir Lcuis Davies Makes a Compro
mise Offer as to Alaska s
- . Boundary.
Meyer V. ICiee.
PLAN TO 8ECTJBE ARBITRATION
v v husiriess.. CoihI live n
open !n if
C 11 , care
T,tic i:i:nt-xi';f:.v KCRSisnuDiioo.MS
a. ai t irst a enu
rO.T RXT- TTMFTRXISIIED ROOMS IX-
. qjire. iaI Fourth avenue.
IT? O !S R K N T
A- front roora. t.rs
LARGE DOWN STAIRS
house back of the Union
irANTFII-in ARUF.HS ItV THE TY OJ
W4k inef'jd.rikr room ovtr l 4 1 h:rJ I
av-nu-. Si-aiu heat, j-'as. aud ail midrrn cua-
li".x liKN'T-SKvrs i:iKiMiior?K. am.
T wll mak- it anoli tec I I.rr- ninihiumi
h. to d u'oU cooking
IKf. FOR HorsKWOlIi
Apply No. &
' I! IIKNT
:fi .ii. -:i'.e.
C IIiirSKOX TH'KNTV-
,.,Liire at Uilpin Moore';
WANTED T WOMEN rOT.LECTfRS AND
solicitors for Roe Isiand. IV rmwent
Dsl lions, rt Mitehell & Lvude building, be
tween 5 and 8 p. m. '
-UD1FS' SKIItTS TO RE
rents. Alvi -hirl
rn-ide to irdi-r at rei.iorial'ie priees. Cal at
jnii hi-hlh avenue.
ii'ANTr,i)-ASV it.rsox who istoh"
li'i'il ith exerii.i. s-ilt rheum, or inv
!: d -. to euil at 1 10M T'urd :iver.ue ar.d
K i: I'rof ; ; Sptrrv
TUANTKr-iif:Ar. soi.icnixii acfnt
? T for aeeident itisuranee: one who can ce-
,)!P,i:XT NEW MODERN
nza hit ;.i'rc Jaco
r.io:: ren r-
1 teeti'h -!p
nt!.. i- Ki idy liros.
i liEXT - THREI
rooms ior iiifht h
familv at ?1 p r luontti.:
i!ek-e'ir,(j for small
: ifih avenue.
,R KENT AT V?- SEfONfl AVENUE.
:ir.'e ronrr. well f-irnishel: triwi. balb.
stean he.fct. A lilt-I:e'S ti'-me luti' lieHt
local in the eliv. Comer TUirleeuth street
and second avenue.
vote 'j Jleient time to itut
profitable. AddrefcH "E M
huMiievs to make It
'ANTED - FVreVliOMV TO KNOW
tll.l! Ihi; eeli-'-raled etumtiev -weep can
t fiiuriil at Ion s htuvi- -tn'p 1 elei.ljotie l-t.
Il.ive your ehuiir.evs and furTtaei--. eli.-aned.
ifANTEU IIV A I'EACTHAI. 1 1HI..M AN.
t -a o t'T t hree f urii.icr. fn liitie .r i
n'-Ks houses tt care for. l'.ates reasonaMe.
'l-.ress or e.ill at I " Sjee-jnd avenue. Mr
irAXTE:-i,Ain:s heirix; faii-
lonan e airessniaMiis.' ana proinin ori
rail al K'-'i'j 'I hinl avenue ht and tinish I
Luarantee.l Mr. M. II. llurUliurl and A is.
I -ora C'ouover.
IT A NT lt SIT I ATIO A S
res ;iiir;i:t r 1mi fl. r 1 r t
nrriniM'. bonn i:ii. s.rr-r :ir:I
Ctvll II. I'lrcAUM'-.
tii-ci'.::-. A tl-
lTANTEI-IIONEST MAN m WOMAN
to travel for ar e house salary
n onthly and expenses w ith lnereae. loslt!ol
Dennaneut. l-.nclose seir-aaiuressea siii:iru
-nvelope. Secretary, auo C'axlou biiUdinK.
.:.. -i . f---A.'.fi
1TANTEU Hl'STI.INt.1 A (.'.NTS TO
sell our ineandesecnt irasoi-ne lamps.
i:aeh burner prixi ieet, iot-eandie nower litrht;
ail stores want them: pimfl inducements to re
li.jlde s ilesiueu. The Ohio liluminatint; eoui-
p.my. Mansileld. Ohio.
'ANTEM WOMEN TO PRESS SH'KI.I'S
home. Steady wir:: tiistane no
nsa.l .ml aire; al vour dealer to snow you
Kora Slm lds and Kuril Klasp hos.; suiipor'er-
Kor i Shu Ids snap on wa:st without sewnnr.
s.iiil lu eeiits for eataUi-ue of worK. Kora
si.i.-i.l eomnanv. 4W llroome street. New
-t.MIH SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
f All kinds of fruit: mm1 buildings: near I
town. A han-aln for some one If taken soon.
Gordon A llowman.
l.-'. R SALE Till FINEST IJT IX SOUTH
Island. Fair ;rounds aildttion. at a
brings witii ll tiio 111 vanaiile nccom-
naniiiifiit i,t i-oujx'us ami coUJs some
times von "i't tlieni wiifit the weather
iloesri't cli:iiie so that it's always
wisest to have on hand a reliable rem-
e!v. fur the re;:ei aini cure 01 orui-
narv cold, coughs, sore throat and
the iniimr lironchial ami- pnlmonarv
com plain t s tiiere is nothing ijnite as
ood as our e;u:irantei'd 111 I K 1 INK
(;)l'(ill UKMKDV. Trice 25 centra
A. J. RIESS,
ounh A . enue aid T enty-thiid street
Wonld Concede Skacway and Drtats the
United State If Uncle Sam Will Recipro
-ate with Pyramid Harbor, and Then Ar
bitrate the Itemaloder of the IlUpate
Statement of the Ouestloai I'pon IVbicli
the ControTeray Beats.
Washington. Oct. 1!3. It is sold at
the state department that the proiw
lifia n to a permanent Alaskan bouu
e(.-iry laid down by Sir Louis Davies is
nothing more nor K-ss than a summary
of c-ldims heretofore preffrred. When
the commission was in session last
spring and the Canadian proposition
was made to settle the boundary uues
tion by arbitration the American com
missioners replied with an offer to ac
cept arbitration with the proviso that
no point occupied by Americans for a
specified term of years should be sub
mitted to the arbitration. In other
w-irds the term was so fixed that by no
possibility could the title to Skjtu.iy
Iyea. or any other place that the
AmerieaRs bad occupied for a perio-
represented by the discovery of the
Klondike tield. a fewyearsHijobecalled
iiitu question by the arbitration.
Promptly Rejected by Canada.
This proposition was promptly and
emphatically rejected by tin- Can
adian commissioners and its rejection
helped cause the failure of the joint
conference. Since that time thcr hav
been several sujrjicstions in the nature
of compromise, and included mumiL'
these was one like this embodied in
Sir Louis Iiavies propositions, which
a cabled from l.omlou are as follows
That the boundary line be arbitrated
iM'tin terms similar to tliosi on tl
enezncla case, rimklns lirty years oc
cupancy either side conclusive evi
ileiiee of title, occupancy of less than
that period to be- taken as equity al
lows under international law. That, as
a condition precedent to ami absolute
ly preliminary to arbitration. Skairuav
ti l lVea would be concealed to the
I'nited States without further claim if
Canada received Pyramid Harbor.
View of the Tiro Iliflputant.
It Is not possible to aei-uratclv fore
cast the view that the stale tJeiiart-
mint will take of this last prootisi-
tion. but it may be proper to recall the
fact that in the opinion of the depart
ment. Uamtda lias no more claim to
Pyramid llarhorthan it hastoSkairuay
ami Iyea. ami the I'.iitisli uovcrnnieiit
has already been informed of that be
lief. It is equally true that from the
Lritish point of view the I'nited States
has no claim on either Skatday or
Iyea. It does not seem possible, tak-
iis the position of the I'niied States
intj consulem tun that Sir Louis Da-
vies' proposition will very materially
advance a permanent settlement of
the boundary question, but the Da-
Vies proposition is a very lar.se conces
sion bv ('.una. hi.
SOT A FOOL-STXLEB HARK.
U.tjar Qarrlaou Corrects the Komance of
Some Special. .
Washington. Oct. 2-". Major Ritsspll
D. Harrison, inspector pen oral of vol
unteers, the' son of ex-President Harri
son, writes from Cristo, Cuba. In a '
private letter: "While convalescing
trom an unusually severe attack of
yellow fever 1 was surprised to learn
thro'.i'.j a letter from San Luis. Cuba,
hew I com rutted yellow fever. That I
would "curiously handle and Cater an
old coffin and heavy cpverins much
used by the Spanish soldiers in bury
ins comrades, thereby becominjr disease-soaked.'
Xo one knowing me
would for a moment believe that. If it
were true. I should indeed become a
shininy mark for the foolkiller.
"Under orders from General Leonard
Wood I was makluji a series of tield
inspections through tla department. In
my inspection at Palma. Soriano. In n
back room of the hospital. I discovered
a quantity of filthy, infections ma
terial, a portion of which had evidently
been used by Spanish soldiers in
church aiTd funeral services. Heliev-
Inj? this material jeopimlized the health
of a large number of soldiers, I gave?
close attention to the burning of the
property. Among the articles burned
was a shallow, four-hanilled wooaen
lifter, which was no doubt the basis of
the 'cothu and pallbearer" story, as it
had undoubtedly been used in handling
DE50UUCED SIS BSETHEOT,
And for Doing So an Aged Preacher Will
Milwaukee. Oct. 2. Rev. Jacob D.
Van Doren. an aged minister of Fond
du Lac. Wis., was on trial yesterday
before tl.e Milwaukee presbytery of
the Presbyterian church charged with
nialigning the characters of bis min
isterial brethren. The presbytery voted
to "rebuke" Rev. Van Doren on Nov.
14. Ki'v. Van Doren is 7 years old.
aad at different . times has served in
presbyteries in Iowa. Nebraska and
In a circular entitled "Measure for
Relief and Justice'' which he sent to
nil prominent members ef the Presby
terian church in the country, he ac
cused the Milwaukee presbytery of us
ing hiia unjustly by not allowing him
sutricier.t means on which to live, and
saying that "saloonkeepers and horse
Jockeys are perfect gentlemen com
pared to such ministers: as these."
The circular is the basis of the
charges on which Rev. Van Doren was
tried. Lately he says he has been
obliged to live on the charity of Fond
du Lac. The trial was conducted be
hind closed doors. Moderator C. A. Cut
W. C. T U. ON THE "WAR.
fCIl-5i?; " There are leaks
leaks. GrcnUvt leaks p,o
through the ordinary stove
(fcejjjy J fy-' g throit;,h tue ordinary stove
TKE ,t 'hav. thror-!. ooal buckets.
M $L Hall h-.:r:ii coal :uul burnt
--fes iiA p .
iuui set vioe costs
tuor. tli..:i t.'ic Lv-ckct losvs.
Jewel i r.C v.-'-. -c? f'BTr t
are the t.r.ly cTccive u.ra- 55
v-? particleot fu.i soctircs kt- .cUfSr18
tcct co,::imt;.,u e very t.:.:l
o: liea: j;'.'.'e.s c-lccii-. e .--t. : -vice.
Jev.vls S.rh to the
kitch-. ii cleaiiliiu ss. -r.i-fort.
their eoiistri'.clion at.u s.e
why. 3,joo.cajo in use.
it i nnroT eTm rr m tttT in Tiirumni nl
Jrwd stuvra are sold by
A fact of some interest In railroad
construction Is the great diversity In
the number of ties used to the mile on
different lines, as well as in the size
and quality of timber. Thus, accord
ing to the construction details of the
New York. New Haven and Hartford
railway, the number of ties used on
that line is 2.WH) to the mile, three-
quarters of these lioing chestnut and
one-quarter oak, while some roads use
2.00U only, or 2.50O to the mile. More
than W jer cent of the ties are cut 8
feet long. 12 imt cent l feet and the
rest S j feet long; the nine foot ties are
used chiefly by the southern aud gulf
group of railroads, where pine timber
Is very abundant aud cheap. The Now
England roads have their ties cut from
five to six Inches In thickness, while
the southern roads seem to prefer sev
en inch ties; the width of the ties like
wise varies from live to six inches in
New England to eight inches In the
central northern and the southern
roads. New York Sun.
Resolutions Condemn the Philippine
Campaign and Army Canteen.
Seattle. Wash.. Oct. 2.". The nation
al convention of the W. C. T. U. passed
a series of resolutions yesterday, some
of which caused hours of discussion.
The main light was over two resolu
tions one censuring the general gov
ernment and tiie president. Attorney
Oeneral (irigss and ex-Secretary of
War Alger by name for their action ou
the anti-canteen law and the other
denouncing the war in the Philippines.
The opposition to the passage of the
resolution denouncing the war was led
by .Mrs. Mary II. Hunt, of Massachu
setts, who lost a son In the Philip
pines, while the pro-resolution forces
were led by Mrs. Clara HolVman, of
Missouri, anl Mrs. K. I.. Stevenson,
At tiie flection of officers all the na
tional ollieers were re-elected. A mem
orial service in memory of Frances 1Z.
Willard was held.
yk?. Mvers & Comma)?
Up-to-Date Wall Papers.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s d'splay of fine
new wall papers surpasses anythincr they have
A hner line at lower prices
Be sure and see the latest
ever shown before.
than ever before,
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
310-314 Twentieth Street.
Oercyinrn Lead In Longevity.
Diagrams prepared by an expert for
one of the large life insurance compa
nies to illustrate the comparative lon
gevity of clergymen, farmers, teachers.
lawyers and doctois, show that 42 out
of every 17l ministers of the gospel
reach the age of 70. The farmers come
next, their proportion for 70 years of
age being 40 out of 1.0. Next come the
teachers with .'54; the lawyers show 25,
and the doctors are last, with onlyi4
out of 170. Atlanta Journal.
P. I. Armour Taking n Rest.
- Oconoinowoe. Wis.. Oct. 2". riiillp
D. Armour, who is staying ai the coun
try residence of his son. 1. I). Armour,
Jr.. here, may not return to his busi
ness a flairs before next sininir. In
stead of being at his ollice this week,
as was announced on Ids return to Chi
cago. Armour is still here, and is now
contemplating spending I he winter in
t alifornia with Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hock Island, III.
incorporated Voder the
roar Per Cent Paid
KOITUY LOAITED OK PESR05AL COLLATERAL OR REAL ESTATE BEOtJBJTT
Fatal Fnll of an Klevxtor.
Chicago. Oct. 2.".--The passenger ele
vator iu the Warren Springer building.
2:'.l South Canal street, fell from the
sixth Hoor to the basement last even
ing, kiiiini John Hiitkus. aged 15. Will-
lam I-ritz was internally injured and
may Me. Fred Scln.ltz had his back
sprained, and was injured Internally,
1 ml John Ellis, the elevator
a sprained leg and broken
J. M. Kuford, rrefl!en,
Jo'on CrubauKh, Vic a b reside! t.
P. Ureecaw alt, Caaaler.
I BecaE bUHlnesa Jul; 2. IPuO, and occupy tbO
1 S. K. corner of Mitchell fc Lynda's
H. S. Cable,
John C rub auk-h,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
Solicitors Jackaoa & Hunt.
bir-'am. M E.
Mitchell & Lyndt
rooms XI am
T-IOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRK
J? farm near town. ots of frailt. To be
old ebeuD 10 settle an estate. Here Is a bar-
ran cheap (or can. No trade. Ciordon
l.MI! SALE-COAL IX ANV IANITY
I" ,.f VI Imsliels or over at ?J .t per toll, ue-
1 1..T...I : o 1 10 anv part 01 the ritv
I - ,v or.t.-rs at UomoierelHl hous" barber
shop, Koei Island, or F.nos James. Milan.
r.i 1 .1 1 , . :-aa. . a riaiTil ,
bn in m.ri:r. TIi'j- vieM rtdily to
riut:i'n rt)" 1 reutiiitnt.
a .-.r l'ii!i.l . i rec aal-. lttrr.
l.t Lv4 nt-'t hII k hi tti-rKTf. bo t in. m Ui.
HE'SKtLL S SOAP
-:ir tl:P pum na.K.v llii w.lli son. "inioTb
aat l..t.. 1 ii, '( ceins. uaii.-3 mu.
JOHNSTON. H0LL0WAY CO.. Phitadl . Pa.
LOST AND FOUND.
"I 1 ST - A HUNCH OF
KEYS: ! REWARD I
for tin ir return to this oii.ee.
1 nsT-A HI.ACK AND WHITE ENHI.ISH
Ji Setter aiiit : months old Finder ciea
ret urn to I. Harms. S.v, KiKlaeenth Blreel.
I i r
A VFI.VET HAT IN A HATHOX
ir Sl'eli'-,T s.;uare Finder pease
-Ml Ttiir.! avenue and be rewaruea.
(1ST-A PRESS ;orpS PELT WITH
1 riled bv leaving
-inie at .s
Se etiteenth street.
MOXKV TO LOAN.
K1F.V TO LOAN -niATTlX MOItT
Katrc loans by v H l-stman. 1.12 See-
,,.t,l s, tnue. wulioui iiui:itT or removiu. lie
niso mskes collections hard ones a pe-ial'.y.
-a 1 ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON 1)1 A-
monds. watches, jewelry, hardware.
w.ii.i ine.niments, bicycles, clothir.jr. dry
s-ooda. furniiure. eti; H. sliest cash prie.
n-.M t,r tfisinil hand coods of all kinds ais
Tht iihuvi tfooiLs fir sale at half ta us-,;:U
More orfees. All n-.isiDess transact tons strietiy
e. tl.l.-nttji. His new numrer and location.
Second avenue. In t forget iu J. W
Jones. Two r:ns on 134T.
and oilier states north, west, sout
Nov. 7 and 21,
Dec. 5 and 19.
On :t!i.vi' dates round trio tickets.
d Icr ll duvs. will l?e on sale at
HALF FARE, l itis ?2.
l-e open day
ftTid nit-ht nept
For maps and full
WANTFJt TO TRWEI.
I ADY 1)3 MIX
- i and annolnt sirents. i V per month ard
.S ij . . dlVUiMl IIUI.U-
ofNorthwestern University. a
Chteago. KTsnitou. I1L the Dean,
Prat. P. C. LVTK1X, Maalc UaU, Etrtutftoa
U. D. Mack
II. J. Tocsa, Agent.
Fhones 11S1 and 1180.
FIRE-BUGS! S200 REWARD.
The pre-r'-ju pTers of tte stats are ca.B
talan.if a f und hy popular subsonptioo f rCDO
which is oTeris a
Reward cf 3200
Ry tte us.Jt-rvx-ced aocauos for the arrest
1 and eoaTlctloa of ac; incendiary in any ot tae
I aoooiated utu
I FB"JPKKTT OWNESS FIKK ASSOCtATICN ! bllorTlr,
STATUS OF TIIK CtlNTKOVISIISY.
Claims I'pon Which the Disputants Base
1 hrir Case.
For the state of things is this: One
question to be decided is what docs
the word coast mean? And another is
what are the windings of the coast?
These lire outside of another question
having its origin iu the same docu
ment the treaty bv which we obtained
Alaska trom Russia: Can a line ruu
north up a channel that does not run
north at all? For so it is provided in
the treaty. As to the first question
what is the coast? Canada claims that
it is the land against which the opcu
Coming to the second question what
are the windings ot the coast i 1 he
I'nited States claims that where there
is an opening into the sea six miles
wide the windings of the coast go to
the very head of that opening or arm
of tln sea 011 one side and come back
ou the other. The Canadians claim that
the "windings" arc simply those
nirainst which the open sea beats.
There Is the dispute that Canada wants
u third party to settle. As It stands
now it seems that the two countries
will continue to net for some time to
come under the terms of the modus
vivcudi recently aranged by Secretary
Hay and lower.
As 10 the merits of the last mooted
proposition, it can lie stated that at no
time since the negotiations have been
in progress lor an adjustment of the
Alaskan boundary line has the I'nited
States government given serious con
sideration to the cession to Canada of
a single inch of ground on the shores
of the Lvnn canal. That position has
not been changed in any essential re-
siioct. am! as 1'yramnl liarlnir is -er-tainly
on n branch of the canal it fol
lows that our government has never
had it In contemplation to surrender its
Raids Will Arbitrate.
Loudon. Oct. 25 Russia has agreed
to arbitrate the claim 01 Ameticau
scalers for damages for seizures by
Kussian cruisers when they were seal
ing on llie Russian coast. The point
t.. iu .t.eiit.ii is tn 1110.1cm rule or
national jurisdiction off coast. The J
Htlss'.ans say i.im jiirisuii 11011 exieicis
seven miles to sea. while we contend for
three mill's. The three miles was orig
inally fixed because that was the ex
treme rniiet of cannon at mat tune.
and Russia contend that as the
range or cannon extends tue jurisdic
tion should also extend.
W. C. T. V. Uo Slght-Seelnc-
Seattle. Wash.. Oct. 25. The meni-
Ihts of the W. C. 1 I . now gathered
in this city in convention devoted but
little time to the consideration of the
associations affairs yesterday. A few
(b'partmetit reports were rea.l. but the
l etter p:-.rt f the day was devoted to
sight-seeing around the city.
Mere Honor far Fositan.
Kansas City. Mo.. Oct. 25. A :s
pauh to The Journal from Washing
ton says: "P.rlgadier Oeneral Fred
Funstor. is to be breveted major gen
eral and Colonel Wilder S. Met calf, of
the Twentieth Kansas, is to tie breveted
brigadier general by the president
Open. High. Low. Close.
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4.90 4.92'i 4.87'A 4.90
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. Oct. 24.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Uoard of Traiio today:
Ot tuber ..
I Vc ember
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
22c per lb: extra dairy. 19c: packing
stock. 14&l("c. Epgs Fresh stock. 16
IS'-ic per doz. Live poultry Turkeys,
JeglOr jer !t: chickens. 7'Ac: siirir.gs,
Sc: ducks. 6,-i'?i7c: Reese, $O.OOS6.50 pej
doz. Potatoes Ilurbanks. 30S 34c per
bu; Hfbrons. 7ffi30c. Sweet potatoes
Jersys. $2.4'lff?2.50 per bM. Apples $1.25
fi?..00 rer bbl. Cranberries Cape Cod,
Jl.50l33.00 per bbl.
Chicago Live Stoek.
Chicago. Oct. 24.
Hogs Estimatr-d receipts for the day,
21.0('0. Sales lunurd at $3 504.30 for
I igs. $4 OOffi 1.37Vi for linht. $3.1Ofti4.tiO for
mugh packir.c. J4 10f4.15 for mixed ar.d
JI u5Ai'4.423 fr heavy packing ar.J
Cattle Estimated crecipts for the
day. 5.1100. Quotations rat:geil at J1.30
ft S5 for choice to extra steers. $3. 40ft'
6 20 for pood t choice rto.. J4.M1S5.40 for
fair to good do.. $l.20(i 4.75 common to
medium do.. J4.eOfc4.30 butcher's steers.
Jl.3iKO.ri. 20 f.-rl western stetrs. $3.25140
ft ei'.tng steers. $2 25?i 4 5 cows J3.25'5
f..f. heifers. $2 Mi"ii 4.5 1U and oxen.
J3 7".'ri4 75 stags. J3 4oJf 4 50 Texas steer-.
Jls'ao.OO crass western steer?. $3 40f
4 40 western cow and heift-rs, ar.d J5.00
t) 7 25 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for th"
day. 17.000. Quotations rar.ged at J ;.20
i4 If westerns. 3.2.9;fc4.2S natives ar.d
Milwaukee. Oct. 24.
Wheat Steady: No. 1 northern, sy'j
fr7fli-ic: No. 2 northern. 7ii6"!.sc. (Jats
Stt-ady: 24i25c. Iiye Steady: No. 1,
"7c I'.atb y steady ; No. 2, 46sfcc; sam
Sprins l.imfis 2.30T3.riO.
Sheep r ',.
ilx-Timothy. sVrri.f.,: wild. 17 .V's.
Straw- (i tiiTi S5.
Potat es 3Ce.
'utter Choice to fair. 20c: fresh creamery.
t jrirs Ife.
C hickens -7e per ponnd.
SpriDif ehiektn'i 7e.
Iuek Te per pound.
Coal -Soft. -V!.
Cattl Hut' bem psy for orn-fed stee"
S,sr''-s, cows and heifers. 3Htt4: calve
Talked About the Canal.
Philadelphia. Oct. 25. The whole
day in the commercial congress yester
day was devoted to discussion favor
able ol the isthmian canal in Central
America. The orators differed as to
which was the best route Panama or
THE T3tVELEHS' GUIDK.
CH1CAOO, KUOK ISLAND & PACIFIC KAIL
way T'rsets can te pnrsiiaed or bKtfaK
Cheeked at It I P Tweuitulb rtroet depot, o)
DBUP fore., comer Firth avenoe and Thirtj
Srst st-sss. Trsni H Pli-inmer. AKceU
Fitzlitiili Lee It Home Again.
New York. Oct. 25. Among l he pas
sengers who arrived yesterday 011 the
Ward liner Havana from Cuba were
Oeneral Fitzhngh Lee and Colonel 10.
ii. Rathbono. in charge of the postal
service in Cuba.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yoo Hare Always Bought
Ovation fur I leat. Ilrumhy.
Atlanta. Oa.. Oct. 25. Flag Lieu
tenant Itrnmby. of Admiral Dewey's
flagship Olmypia. nrricd here at ti
o'clock last night. Thousands of peo
ple were waiting at the station and
gave him a rousing reception.
Rulilin Defeats JelTrU.
New York. Oct. 25. Ituhlin won
from Jeffords In the fifth round, of
their box! tut match here last night at
the New Rroadway Athletic club.
NEWS FACTS" IN 0UTLINR
The Fniversnlist church convention
nt ISoston adopted the Chicago declara
tion of faith.
The Ohio supreme court lias legal
ized the practice without ft license of
osteopathy in Ohio.
The longest word ever coined in the
Oerman language is Ansichtspostkar
tenaustellungsgebaudelnspcUtor. Mrs. Stock well, of New York, was
robbed of .f5on'M) jn jctvHry and $25,
puii in money nt n London hotel.
The Western Union Telegraph com
pany has begun work on its new wlrn
between Houghton, Mich., ami Chica
go. Miss Ida Nord.-r. of Sylvester. Wis.,
aged 1! years, is the first woman in
that county lo take out a hunter's li
cense. Deaths in Chicago last week num
bered 4!5. the great increase being at
Iribptcd to exposure incident to the fall
Frank S. Yeakle. a Philadelphia
cashier, has the lirt ?1 silver certifi
cate of the is:r.i scries. The back of It
is printed upside down.
The National Lead, Zinc and Spel
ter company, with a capitalization of
.10.ihiii.ihmi. has been formed to work
the Jopliu-Oalena mines.
Frank Cook was killed anrl Oeorge
Cote was seriously injured in a colli
slot! between uu electric car and H
lumber wagon at Chicago.
Iletweeti IT'KI and "IMI bishops and
clergymen of the Protestant Fpiscopal
church are at St. I,onis a lending the
annual missionary council.
F. R. Ionard. O. C. Webster. K. J.
Fisher and K. C. K ester, of Chicago,
have arrived at San Francisco with gold
from the Cape Nome district of Alaska.
Murray Oilbert. a well known musl-
viau. shot and killed Jauie Hall, aged
25. and then blew out his own brains
while in a saloon at I'aducah, Ky.
Negotiations for the settlement of
the Samoan question have reduced the
luisis of adjudication to two iwibill
ties the partition of flu- islandsamong
the Interest d nations or their purchase
Denver Limited ft Omaha.
Ft Worth. Denver e K. c!....
Omatia and Den Moines
Omaha ft Minneapolis
OmshadS Ds Mnlr Ex ....
JDcnver, I.lneoln A Omaha..
Uenvc r. Lincoln A Oi&ha. . .
De Moini's Expr ii. . .......
Rock Inland ft Hareau Ac...
St Pi.nl ft Minncaeo.la
Denver, Et Worth & H. O
tHacaClty St J'sa.fc Denver
thors Iglent & wnsbincton
Ohir.apo ft We-t Liberty
Rook inland ft BroosivnAe.
tOmr.ha and Rock Inland
t 3:10 arc! S:00 an
ft hiuft am tl0:4u pin
f :H am 9 :t; pre
t H am tlOMO pns
!a:(i5am 3:I0 am
7:f.5 am tl'lMO i.ns
11:5 Hm t 41 -57 an
'i :( am t 8 an
1-2:110 in t G:M am
i 4 :!.() pm
1 1 :r,r, pti
6 :St) pro
t s :ur pre
t 6 :80 am
t a :fi0 par
t 8: pm
t 7 :40 am
JDaliy except Saturday,
Dally, exoept Sards
All others dally. Tele
TCFiJNOTOS Rc;UTB-0 B U KAIL
11 Y.-M-Depot Flrrt stsebs aud Sllteenti
ttreet, M J k onng, Aitent.
0 Ki to
t 1 : 5 am
3t L., HprUurflcld, Peoria,
Bnr. Vn. via Menmonth
Chicago, sterling, Clinton at
Peoria. Boardstown, Bnr
ltafr too. lenvtr &Wen..
it. Fanl A in ii.neaiolle
9terllsir, Clnlon & Dobnoao
et. v. , Kanpaa tl y, inver I
ft Fair. Cat via Gamiih'rir 7:15 um'
t 8:40 ps
7;V) pml R:ir, air
7:50 ym t 6 :40 am
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ino. Co., - - Chicnpo, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, I'a.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111., - Rockford, Hi.
Offloe, Room I, Huford block. Ratee
aa low aa consistent with security.
J. At. Buford,
DaUy. tDally exoept qnnday.
CHICAOO, MILWAl'KBS A BT PATIi Hall
w-iy Raciuo ft aootbweetem Divlelca
Depot Twentiolh street, hetweeo rirst and Beeonc
avenuBS. L, B Greer, A (rent.
ThAINa i-aava Abkivs
all an4 (Srress... 7:.10 am V:1B am
9t fanl Hxprcss.... 4:00 pm ll:Wan
rToii-r t "it.il Accommodation 8:00 ara S.m an
Dally exct.pt Bnnduy.
ROJtt ItLAVU ft 1IQRA RAILWAT
lwt. Plrt Avenne and TwrMs w.reet
M. A. P. ttiTHcn, tii neral I'am-ng. r Apcnt .
T25A2?1?2 Lmava Aaarra
6pr.iunt-ia, OlnclcbaJ, Feo-
rla, etc 10:1 ps
Pdora. Bprlngteld, Ht lonlf
etc B:PS am (:40 pm
Accomodation Fa"t FreVht 10:10 am
Peoria, Hpr.r(jleicl. Clocln-
Esti.eU; l:4i pro 11:15 as
Peoria Acconi Freisrhi...... 7:10 pm l:aa
Sherrard Acccmodatlon 5:U0am 4:ft0 pm
Ca:le Accctaodallon f.V,m 2:2b pm
Cale ana Wiierrard Aorom . :1pm 7-ftt an
ruwr.8ii trains leave C B I ft V fafollns
avenue) depot Sve CA mlnntes earlier than tlmt
(iven. Trains marked dally, all Other tralai
dally except ennday.
Best Dining Car Service.
0b! Depot fo Cticsgo on tjmtit Loop.
The old Fire and
rime tried Com
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates aa ow aa moy
oan afford. Your
patronage iM aollo-Iled.
GEO. WAGNER. Jr.
known Fire and
anoe Oampaiiles :
Ftocncster German Ina Co
German Fire " ..
N- - Hampablre ...
Milwaukee Mechanics ...
Fidelity mod (Jaausdiy ..
Ronr ester. N
IlutTalo. N Y
.Manchester, N H
Office corner Eighteenth treet and
Seoond .Tsnon, eaoond tlooz.
AUO MAVrrACTCRKM OI
Sash, Doors, Dllndi and Moulding;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing ot All Kinda.
Single and Double Strenrta Window
Glass, Polished Ilate. Bevtii
rial and Art J ...