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THE AUG ITS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1899.
A XTFD BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and boara at szg r ourtn avenue.
IITANTKH DISHWASHER AND C)K
;n Wriirtil s restaurant, ilr.3 Second
-T,STFD ;ifil. FJR GKSEllALHOrsH
ork. at 715 Twentieth street- Mrs. W
"lirANTEI IOY J.' OK 13 YEAR OF AGE
? witu clear strong voice. Apply at An
"1UASTKI1-A GOOD COOK AT 11 SEV
v? entb avenue. Referenced required,
WASTH) A .II!L. FOR HKSKRAI.
tnursetirork. m Mk Meyer C Kiee. TJI
WA.NTKI)-;iRL KtR GENERAL MOL"SK
work. l!:-t of waives. Mm. Lewis, i:W
Min street. Intvenport.
WANTED-PtPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private l?son In dancing can do ao by
enquiring at if '.b .venue. Jonea.
NTKD GOOD RELIABLKOIL S AT.ES
TT m.-in. on eomrnitwinn or.alary. Addrex.
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTFD PA RTNF.R IN INSURANCE
nsin-i. OxmI live man. First-clawt
opening to bustler. Address "C II.," care
A k. i ;s
"VirANTED-IOAUUKRS HY THE DAY OR
v wek inludin;? room over. IS t Third
.venue, sk-aiu lie at. tas. and all modern con
veniences. WAXTKD-A FOR HOI'SEWOKK-
wiil m;tk; It an onject forooe who knoi
ho in iln 'iotl coukiOK. Apply No. oO! Siec
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitor for Kock Island. Permanent
position, frj Mitchell A Lynde building, be
tween 5 and 6 p. m.
II' A N T K.I - L A DI I'.S ' SKIRTS TO RK
II ttirnl for H cents. Als shirt waists
iii;k)- m order at reiaouauie prices. Call at
Vi'ti Ki'lilh avenue.
WANTED AN Y PF.RSON WHO ISTKOf
liieii with c.elu:. -.ait rheum, or uuy
sk.n li-.e;iM- u call at HCr Third avenue and
.; I'nf. O i Sperry.
WANTEI IJfMJAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident Insurance: one who can de
vote iiumcleni t'rae to the business to make It
proli table. Addresa "E M-." A HO us.
"IIVNTKII KVFRYItOIY TO KNOW
v v that the cdc'-rat'-il chimncv vweep can
be found at Don s stove sto-e. Telephone I M.'i.
Ilavc our chimneys and furnaces cleaned.
"11 f A NTF.D It V A I'lIA' Tll'A I. KlliLMAX.
v uoi r three furnaces in homes or hu-i-r.es-.
Iiini-.H to care for. Kates rc:tsonaile.
Aflnressor rail at H'.r Second avenue. Air.
1ITA NTf '. - LADIES DESIRING FA MI
vV ioiialile ilressmal.ius: and prompt work
r.ill at p'.-.'i'i 'I hird avenue Fit and tlnish
eii.irunteed. Mrs. M. H. Hurkhart and Miss
WANTI'.O -SITI'ATION AS C'HKf IN
V ri'ii ;mrar.t or hold Fifteen varV vx
rHrlnee. Kconon leal miIht anil muiitri'U".
efcrenee frurii Ihi t'l. in tri-cities. Ad
trcv, II. 1.. H. care All'. I'".
WANTni -HON K.ST .MAN OK WOMAN
v v to travel for lan-'e house Salary t'A
monthly and eipense w ith increase. I'ltMiion
erriiiient. i:in"liNe sel f -:ddre-vsed stamped
t-n.t-iupv. Secretary, Jfrj Caxton building.
-1 trANTKT - HfSTI.ING AGENTS TO
? s-il our incandescent asiine lamps.
F.a-h burner produces Hio-cancile miner liktiit:
nl Mnri". want them, 'noil imliiceuicnlM to rc
1 alle salesmen. The Ohio liluminatinK com
I .uiy. Mausheid. Ohio.
NTF.D-WOMEN TO DRESS SHIELDS
vT ut Ifiiiii: Sleatly wurii: distance no
ilis.U iiilav'f: ak vntir dealer to show you
Kcra Sh.ehl-, and lsra Kla-.p h'e NUItponers.
hr t Sbirlds snap on waist without sewing.
S-ml 10 cents for fa 1ol.'uc of work. Kora
Sbii'liI cuii.paiiy, ."- llrooine street, New
-l-KH? SALE NINE-AClft: F'RI'lT FARM.
-1? All kinds ff fruit: Kod buildings: near
town. A bantam for none one If taken loon.
Cordon & llowman.
1iR SALE THE FINi:ST I T IN SOFTH
lincK Island, Fair Grounds addition ai a
bari-ain. M. E. Sweeney, rooms 1 and .i-.
M :cheh A. Lynde builduik'.
.Jrt SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
X farm near town. 'Voui of fnult. To b
old Cheap to settle an estate. Here 1ft a bar-
a.n cheap for caab. No trade. Gordon A
1 .! S ALE -I'OAI, IN ANY t,M ANITY
of .M luistu-ls or over at 1 .to p-r ton. de
livered I'. . D to any part ol the cuv.
Leave rdcrs at CiiiiihitimjI house lamrr
shop, Km'I Island, or Enos James. Milan.
LOST ;.ND FOUND.
I I ST - A HI'NrH OF KEYS: l REWARD
I i for their return to this oflicc.
JliST-A IILACK AND WHITE ENGLISH
i sn ut alwiut V months old. Finder please
return lo 1 Harms. rOi EiKhtccnth strect-
ADY OR MAN WANTED TO TRAVEL
i ami appoint agents. per month ami
cH-iiM iiielcr A Co.. No. r,; Morion Hudd
ami other st.ttcs north, west, sout
Nov. 7 and 21,
Dec. 5 and 19.
On .ilmvi1 Iatt roni trip ticket
Z I for Jl I:tvs, will In on sale at
HALF FA UK. plus
Ticket oTleo op-n datr and nicht. Iero'
?.s.t or biteenta Mrct-u For mai and (ul.
ic iorn.i.: ion apjsy to
II. U. Mack, D. P. A.
M. J. Youko. Agent,
rhoncs 1131 and 11 SO.
Acts gently on the
manses the System
OVERCOMES jLrri-J '
BUT THf GENUINE MAN'f O 6y
. . yr .. w rait..
roa tin m u ous64ts. pckx 9c m so: til
Ll. )R KENT NICELY FCRNIHED ROOMS
al i::rj Firt avenue.
'OR RENT rNFFRNISHED ROOMS IX
luire at Zi-T' Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT LARGE DOWN STAIRS
front room. Lrt Loose back of the Union
tlOR RENT SEVEV IliHiM HOfSK ALL
modern coiivenienees. Abulv l.'iU.i Sev
PfOR RENT HRIi K IIOI'SK ON TWKNTY
third street. Diuuire at Cilpin Moore's.
Fi'th a', cnue.
Llul RKNT NEW MODERN FiVE R JOM
I e.)ttai?. I iiiulre Jacob Sclierrer. ml
Twer.'.v fourih ureet.
JOR RENT T-K(KM HoI'SK OV THIR
L teenih stret between First and Second
avenues. -ls. liejclv Hros.
.ion rent-thi:ef. fnfirnished
n.- for ii-ht li i;ei;eroin; for small
it i I r uniiitli. ::'3 r it U :v enue.
141i R HKNT AT I SECOND AVENUE.
l.ir:-e roo'ns we: l furnished: cas. bath.
sieliu heat. A ilrst-cla- h"ii:e tali Dest
loc n oti a t!ie city. Cotter Tiiirtcer.tb street
aud Sucond avenue.
MONHY TO UAN.
ONEY TO LAN-CHATTKL MOUT
ond avcrnut.. without, ji ib'.itv or reruoviU. He
aiso muktrM collections tiarU :ios u sneciauy.
UfANTEIV-T) I;)AN MONKY OS DI A-
ruimds. watcLes. jrweiry. li arc! ware,
musical in-trMiLctits. bicycles. cJottiu;. dry
goods, furniture, etc. H.lirst r:i.sh prices
n;t J ftir S'cotiil blind jrootl f u!l kimin also.
The tihovu .K for sale at Lif th usual
Storr orics. A:l InsirifHH trans;ic Lioo strictly
conHJenUL lit new nutiiter and location,
l-t Second avenue. Don fc forev iu J. W
Jones. Two rln;s on 1347.
I . vi. , i ,
Wrintjs with it the invariaMe acconi
paniiiicnt of ei tilths and coltls soiue
tinics you ct tlicin when the weather
doesn't t-li:iiio;e so that it's always
wisest to liavc on hand a reliable rem
edy. Ktr the relief and cure of ordi
nary colds, coughs, sore throat and
the minor bronchial and pulmonary
complaints there is nothing ite as
iml as our o-u:ir:inteed W1HTK TINE
t Ofi. H HK.MKUV. l'rice 25 cents a
A. J. RIESS,
Cottier Fourth Acnucand Twenty-third street
of Northwestern University. VJ
Chlraco. Fvanston. 111. the Dean,
rrof. I", c. Ll'TKIX, Mamie Hall. Ev.naton
FIRE-BUGS! 5200 REWARD.
The pretstarc p.Tprs of tbe .t.te .re m.:n-
lr:r.? a rued t j popular racscr.puoa iroiB
whlca is offered a
Reward of 3200
Bt the nederm:irBd voel.tKm forth .mm
ar.d eonvicuoo of zj lacend.axy la my ol th.
FROPEKTY OWNSRS FIRK ASSOCIATION
Continued from First pa?e.
Elandslaajte. The battle listed 12
hours against heavy odds. Two hun
dred are missing and about 100
Burghers are dead or wounded.
The Uritish prisoners captured Fri
day near Dundee were entertained at
Dannhauser. They titled 10 trucks.
An enormous crowd assembled at the
station here to witness the arrival.
The greatest order and decorum pre
vailed while they were traversing the
streets. The wounded were taken to
the hospital and the other ollicers and
men marched to the race course and
encamped on the spot where Jame
son's troopers were confined.
lien. Sjmona I. Dead.
London, Oct. 2. The death of
(ien. Sir William l'enn Synions,
wounded in the battle with the Boers
at Glencoe the 20th, was announced in
Parliamentary Secretary of War
Wyudbani announcing Symons' death,
said: "This news is considerately
sent White by (Jen. Joubeit. which
confirms the impression that Yule had
to leave his wounded at Dundee. The
house," he added, "will be glad to
know we have further report from
Mafeking. which was all right Oct. 21
As as establishment the 1Mb Hussars
was complete. There is no explana
tion why the infantry ollbiers fell into
the enemy' hands. It is assumed
they were mounted infantry."
Under yesterday's date Ien. White
telegraphs from Jy.idysmith: '-Jule's
force left Dundee with a view to con
centrating at I.tdysmith." To avert
risk of life which the long march
would have entailed, the wounded
were left at Dundee under medical
Orders have been issued for an ad
ditional 5.0J0 troops to sail for South
FRENCU WATCH JOHN.
Fleet Ordered to Keep an Ey on Move
ments of llrltisb Warships.
Loudon. Oct. H;. Dispatches from
the continent to Tin- Daily Mail say
th;it tho I'rcie'.i Uoft has reecived iu
hliuetioiis to watch the movements of
:he Uritish Moiliwiraueaii simwiIiciu,
si ud thill li e Italian tleet is under or
ders to eolieeutnilc ill the liav of
II us.a.rs fame llat-k Safely.
London. Oct. A dispatch to The
Daily'l ele'iaph from Lailysniilli dated
Moiida.v says: "Thirty of the Kilileeuth
hussars, tvlm were sent from ;!eneoo
to inlcreiit the retieal of the Hoors
Trum L'liUHlshi.'iitto. were csu e!T liy the
i JU'iiiy. Under Serjeant I'.aldray they
l l illiantly fontrlit their w ay aemss the
Ilit;arslerfi. the enemy inirsnin. and
1 : r i l ! vr ut them at a ian;jo ol" :: yards
aton the passes. They arrived here
ut ltl o'clock this morning. Three of
the troop are niissiim. owlmr to the
break down of their horses. The lloers
uoil a .Maxim. A lietitetiaiit of the
hussars w ith a party was ill iveu liaok
to ;leii-oe. The hussars were tired at
as far down as Moderspruii."
Summary of Some Dispatches.
London. et. ';. Yestenhiy morning
a dispatch was received from f'ape
Towu rcportlnsanother Imttleat Lady-
fHritish foinmaiitler at Klandslaate.l
smith, the 1 titers lielni: reiiulsed aain.
Later rei'ovts from the battle near
there Tuesday, when Ceneral White
Cliaiced the I titers with the impose
of helping fieiieral Yule to join the
I.udysmith force, indicate that it was
quite a liL-ht. the cast-allies mi th
ltritisli side Immii thirteen killed, in
elui'.inj I'oliuiel Wilfttrd: niiiPly-thre;
wounded and t!in-e missing. The tij;ht
is called the battle of Kiet fonteiu.
flenernl Symons. seriously wotindis
nt the battle of flleln-oe. is reported
to le doiutr well. The btill"t has been
Invitr.l Out Into the Alley.
Indon. Oct. "J;. The pun.-n iotis
spirit niiimntins the public has reache1
the legislators. Apart from the diver
sion i-reated by Itavitt there was a
lively scene in the house bei ween (Savin
ltrown 'lark. Ladieal. ex-auent of the
Transvaul. ami Major K.-tsch. I'oiiser
vative. t'lark deiiiei Major Itaseh'-
stalement that lu U'laiki was in the
Itoer eaiiiji at the time of the flht at
Majubn hill, and characterised the as
sertion as a "sample of the misrepre
seuisttiou now prevailit:?." l:aseli
promptly retorttsl that his st a lenient
was luaile on lilt authority of t'lark
himself, wlw told him so six years :i;u,
addin;r thai if t'lark ayain denied the
statei;;ent Le (t!ie l.iajoi i would take
the tirst pjx'iriuuity of rtpcatiu the
statement ' 1 im ttiitshlc of parliament,
when he cmld take what steps he
Uavitt lU.lns His Seat.
Daviti's tliversioii was his re.inn
tioii. which was liu rally tlyinc in the
face of the liouse as a protest against
' the Traiiivaiil w ar.lle said. he .wyuld
hhvo rerused Irish Home rule if oTTeretl
to him with tho stiptilst ion that he
vote for the w-ar iu South Africa. Ite
spectini; this matter aud other demon
strations oratorial and otherwise
npaiust the war. ('hamlH-tiaiu said
that they were simply a rehash of oh!
nrfmments from Irish nieuilters. whose
Iniast is that they are Euhiutl's ene
mies, and from the Kadicals, who in
principle op'toso the tvar. Kejiardiiii
lavltt t'hamlMTlain said he re.-ognized
that he had hitherto discussed the nutt
ier moderately and siucerely. "and."
he added. "I would pay the jrreatest
attention to Ids arguments if I did not
know he would use precisely the same
arguments ii resnrd to nuy ltritlsh
war. which are based on his cumlty to
SIAKES A WAR COMPARISON.
In Which Our War with Spain Is the Oth
Chamlterlaiu then said: "What
would huve Iteeu the Irish arsrmnent
in the Spanish-Auu-icau war. in which
Spain sliowed herself infinitely less
capable of defending herself than the
Here William Redmond shouted:
"The Transvaal did not blow up your
t'hamlterlain continued: "The great,
almost determining, contest ltctween
tho United States aud Spain was
fought without The loss of a single
American (referring to the destruction
of fervent "s fleet 1. We have never
denied that the Transvaal was a foe
man worthy of our steel. Not only
was the disparity between the forces
in tho Spauish-Amorioau war as great
as those now engaged, lint the conten
tion of the United States and their
right of interference arose from the
fact that at some distance from their
t:rritories there was oppression not of
American citizens, but of another race
and people: and that justified the in
tervention of the United States in the
mind of the civilized world or. at any
rate, in the eyes of Englishmen and
Irishmen. Hut we are interfering in
behalf of our own people. It is per
fectly certain that Mr. Itavitt but for
his hatred of England would sym
pathize with us as he did, with Amer
ica." Harcourt said hedesired toagain call
attention to the provocation of the sec
retary of state for the colonies, during
the negotiations and in his speech at
Highbury, f hainberhiin replied, re
pudiating 1he intention to be provoca
tive, and saying lie only intended to be
plain and free from ambiguity. He
added that he only followed in the
negotiation! the principles observed
by all statesmen during the past ten
or twenty years. There wus a time,
lie explained, when diplomacy was re
garded as given to statesmen to enable
them to conceal their thoughts. That
might fairly be called the "old diplo
macy." whh-h he said "I absolutely and
entirely repudiate. IVoplo are entitled
to demand a clear expression of views.
It was necessary to impress upon
President Krnger the seriousness of
the step he was called upon to take
:linl the eoiiseinieni t-s which would fol
low any mistake on his part
and I am still absolutely unrepentant."
has no isk roil on PAH.
Evidently Hi'livcs Hint a Very Crooked
Sort of a Diplomat.
'hambevlaiu. then "replied to criticism
of his not accepting the mediation of
Hofmeycr. the Afrikander leader, '
pointing out that while he believed
Ilofmcyer was sincere, yet he could
Hot forget that when I'resident Kru- .
ger made "absolutely illusory propos- ;
uls for a settlement" Ilofmcyer was
perfectly ready to accept them. Presi
dent Krnger misled Hofmeycr in
promising him proposals which differed
materially from those he really pie- .
sen led. I
There has been on the part of the
Transvaal crookedness altogether in- I
comprehensible if they desired a set- '
t lenient." continued C htimlx-rlain. "I
believe that from tirst to last I'residcut
Kruger never intended to give any
thing approaching equal l ights to the
while races, or any acknowledgement
of ltritish supremacy. War. there
fore, was inevitable. There has been
an enormous strain upon us. We are
called upon to bring the war to a ipiick
conclusion and send across the sea a
force such as no nation in history ever
"This is entirely due to the prepara
tions which made the Transvaal an
armed camp, and which not only se
cured it a defensive position bur en
ables it to take the offensive against
the larsre force now engaged. Such a
thing could not be continued forever;
we would have needed a permanent
force of 2."t.lNNi in South Africa.
"We are told we shall lose South
Africa. Our foreigu friends are con
vinced of it. Yet they are not happy.
Such predictions were made before,
and were even current in tl- days of
IMizabeth. Hut 1 am not alarmed. One
great Tou'onio people cannot hold in j
subjection another great teutonic peo
ple, but this has never lieen our course.
It is imjMtssible to pretend that the.
Dutch at the fape are crushed by our
rule, when they have all the lights
Knglishmon iiosscss. and even in in
dividual cases are permitted to talk
and write treason. Whatever may be
the result of the war and the prema
ture talk of the result of the present
war. does any one imagine that we
shall fail to do for others what we
claimed for ourselves, or refuse equal
rights t.t the iMitch in the Transvaal,
which they refused us';" Ifheers.l
Total of Hritl.il Casualties.
London. Oct. -Ji;.-The w ar office re
turns show that the total ltritisli cas
ualties since the ItoiciuuiMir of hosiili
ties reaeh .V.tT. eighteen ollicers-having
Ik-cii killed and li fiy-live wounded, and
seventy-six men killed and -i'-'
wounded. There are thirteen unac
counted Tor. This total does not include
the squadron of the Eighteenth hus
sars which went astray near Dundee,
nor certain missing officers of the Dub
Koer Prisouers at Lady sin it It.
Imdon. Oct. 2'.-The Daily Mail has
the following from I'iotcrmar itzburg.
I Natal, dated Oct. I"-"".: Aiiong th lloer
prisoners at l..ni vi,iitii are i e hhi
Hauier. uieiiiU-r of the raad for Dar
berton. and Dr. Van I-eggole. public
prosecutor at Heidelberg. Among the
killed was Mr. De .long, secretary of
!,.. 'I'rrinsv:i:ll ci I lle I iolia 1 delcirt Ulellt .
j It is now exitcctcd that Ocucrnl Jan
I Ke k. the Doer commander, w ill revov-
UNE STRIKE NEWS
State Executive of the Coal Dig
gers in Conference at
BUPPOSTS THE SPEING VALLEY MEH
faune of tlte Difficulty Titers Company
Refuses to Advauce Iay Day for the Men
Striking Kstste of a Man Claimed liy
Three Women Oets into lite Supreme
I'otirt Grsad Army Repudiates an A 1
Jrcss Grn, MrCIernand s Condition.
Springfield. Ills.. Oct. "jr.. The state
executive board of the United Mine
Workers met in this city yesterday.
The 1 oard rphcld the sirking miners hi
the Spring Valley district, where about
U.ihhi men are now out, and agreed to
furnish them coal, look after 1 heir fam
ilies aud care for them generally until
the operators iu That district are
brought to lime. The board considered
several matters of iinitortance. and in
sevral cases tin ir action was not made
public. The ISraidwood district matter
was considered and the agreement un
der which the strikers returned to
work there last Thursday was ap
proved. Cause of the Present Dispute.
The present dispute at Spring Valley
is between the pit boss and the under
ground laborers and miners. According
to the LaSalle agreement the pit com
mittee is given jurisdiction in such a
case. This agreement lias been violated
by the operators jit Spring Valley, and
hence the trouble. The members of
the state executive hoard decided that
so long as this article of the agreement
be violated the strikers will be upheld
and will not be permitted to resume
lto'.ding tlie Money t'ntll Pay Day.
Spring Valley. Ills.. Oct. " 2d. The
Spring Valley, foal company refuses
to pay its miners on strike the balance
due them until next pay day. Nov. 4,
and S2iuuio are tied up in tin- hands
of its treasurer. As the miners are
leaving for oilier fields they want this
money and a law suit is talked of.
Store Help OrtrMiiixes a 1'nlon.
I "ana. Ills.. Oct. 2d. A federal labor
union was organized here hist night. A.
D. Davis, national organizer of retail
clerks, was installing ollieer. The un
ion starts with iienrlv 2iMi members.
C ASKS OF TIIHt i: WOMEN DECIDED
Kaclt of Whom Laid Claim to One C'lilra
Ku Mali's Estate.
Springliold. Ills., Oct. 2(!. In the su
preme court yesterday the case of
Maher vs. Maher. the judgment of the
probate and the fook county circuit
courts were reversed and the cause
was remanded. Mark II. Maher died
Intestate I'eb. I. lsixi. leaving an estate
in fook county of the value of about
SbHMMiii. Alzmii.l I.. .Maher. Kli.abeth
It. Maher and .lessie 11. Maher. nee
Kca'.ie all tiled petitions laying claim
to the esiate each claiming to be Ma
iler's lawful widow.
Upon hearing an order was entered
In tin- lower courts lindiiig thai Jessie
I'. Maher was the lawful widow of the
tleceasisl. The supreme court linds ihat
Main obtained a divorce from Alztiina
Malier and married Klizahcth It. Maher,
from whom he was never divorced. It
also appeared thai Jessie K. Keanewas
a treasury clerk in Washington in 1M.
and that Maher took her to live with
him as his wile, and he did live with
her as such for years, but that no mar
riage ceremony was ever performed.
SENTIMENTS OF THE tilt AND ARMY.
Anti-Imperialist Views of a Comrade Are
r.Ioomington. Ills., Oct. 2d. At the
Kneeling of William T. Sherman post,
A. II.. Monday night, an address
was delivered by Comrade Uev. II. -O.
Hoffman, of this city, on "The Today
and the Tomorrow of the United
States." In his address he deplored
Ilia, "tendency toward imperialism."
His statements regarding the Philip
pines were decidedly hostile toward
Immediately after the address it
Called meeting of the post adopted res
olutions by unanimous vole, utterly
and unequivocally repudiating Com
rade Hull inan's expression of princi
ples in so far as they favored hauling
down the national Hag after il has
been raised by our government. The
resolutions :iv further that the senti
ments of Mr. Hoffman do not reflect
the feelings of the Claud Army as au
Ilankrupt Case Settled.
Springfield. Ills.. Oct. .';. In tl lat
ter of the case of K. D. Oriswohl A.- fo..
owners of a department store of this
city, w ho tiled a petition in bankrnptcy
with liabilities of.S'.Mi.tMio and assets of
Si ;i i.i it iu. Hatcher P.los. ,V- Johnson, of
Oca la. have agreed to pay sT.ihhi for
the stock, which they will turn over
to the Oriswolds to sell for them. The
unsecured creditors have accepted the
-sr.". jr.ftNrJ or'rttaiiat(litn.
Sp: iir-'tiobl. Ills.. Oct. 'JC.-Tlic state
board o,f equalization did nothing iu
open session yesterday morning, but
adjourned immediately to committee
work. The committee on lands was in
session all the morning, going over the
assessments of the different counties
and tryiu to ariive at a new basis for
Spring lamhs- tl.:"r-l0.
'orn 3eW -V.
tms --Jv It
Hat Timothy sV.: wild. IT 50T;fs".
Straw- l .Vt.."i.
l'olal'es - 'flv.
t-utter -Choice to fair. -J0c; fresh creamery,
r k's'- ICc. .
CbicU(n-,-7c per pouf.d.
Sprinx cbicken- '
bucks Tc jn-r pound.
Co! -Soft. 10c.
tattle Hiit'bcrs p3v for corn-fed Ktcem
S , -fit
cows and neifcrs. 3,1JI!- calves.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hays Always Bought
JJVege tabic Preparation Cor As
tirtg the S tomadis andBosda of
r v rvivi TV v j - rt
ness and Hcst.Contai ns neither
OpnimlMorptiine ivor Mineral.
Apcrfecf Itemed forConslipa
lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish
ncss and Loss of Sleep.
facsimile Signature of
tXACT C0PVOT WRAPPER.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Rocli Island, 111.
incorporated Under the
M0 IET LOANED OH PEBS0NAL COLLATERAL 0B REAL ESTATE SECURITY
J. M. Buford, president,
John Crub.uKb, Vice 1're.lQ.rl.
P. Greenawalt, Ci-scler.
Bec.n business July 2. ISM, and occupy the
S. K. corner ol Mltobeil A Lycis
TUE rSAVELEKS' GUIDE
MHJCAIiO. KOOK UhATXO h PACIFIC BAIL
l wsy '1 !rf-io mn d. pnrrhaRCrt ;r o.'ia)
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4mt rtr4t. Cr&n H Hummer. Aeent.
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t 3:10 am
t h-.'K, am tld:
t f:Sn an
t Kino r.m tin
tl4:i'5 am 8
Pt Wrth. Uci-ver 4 ii O....
Choali. and Des Moine
(Ouiabft Jb Minneapolis
Omaha A D i" Moi"v. Sz ....
tDunvt-r, Llucoin & Omaha..
Denver. Lincoln & Omaha. . .
Dcs Moines Exjirtfs.
Bock Ieland & Unrean Ac...
it can 1 at Mtr.neapo ii
Denver, Kt Worth t K O
tKiuf an City M J e A Eenver
I Hock IifcP1 Wucbiticton
UhieaKO A V'c t Liberty
Bock Island As B'oo'ilyc Ac. j
tO m aim and l(w k Island . ...
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3:Aam t II
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11:10 pm t fl
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Arrival. tDepartnre. JDaDy, .xoent gnrdr.y
(Dally t xci pt Saturday. Ail other dally. Tele
DCKliINOTON ROUTB-O B m HAIlf
O wayDepot ?!rat .vena, and lrWt'
tlie.t, K J Yotinn, Affect
LUTl I A.B1V.
St. 1., Springfield. Peoria,
Bar. Vam. via Monmouth
Ohlcat-o, btcrlir. Chute n
Peoria, Btardbtown, Bar
lnyrtpn, Denver tWcn.,..
St. Paul A Minneapolis
C T5 im T:15je
t 7:B am't 8:40 jib
t 2:t5pm'tll:B8 am
7:ft0 ptai 8:15 an
7:Mpmt 8:40 am
Sterling. CTirUin A Dtibnqn.
at r LT ...... t, m. 1 . . . .
A Pac.Ooa-t via -alef b'rg 7:18 pra 8 5S are
Dally. tD.ily ezocpt Bandaj.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST PAUL K.1'
vray liacme A 8athweiit.rn TJivL'.r.
Depot Twen'.ietb s'reet, t.ei een rlrslftnd Hecoct
.venae.. L H Greer, Airent.
Msl! and Express........
St Paol J?xpros
freight and Accommodation
4:1 B an
9 f an
Dally except Stmday.
RtXJK ISLAND PBOR'A RAILWAY
Dtr t Ki r Avense ud TwtiHt. trt
M. A. Pttter-on, ..ei.iTitl 1'nMM-Hirt r Ai i , t .
L.4T. I Aaair.
Sprmiraeid, Cincinnati, Pao
Paona. eprlngijeld, bt Lonle
Accomodation Past Frhlifht.
Peoria, HprinfUeld. Cincin
Peoria Aeeotn. Prelpht......
Cable nd 8herrard Aecom..
. 10 :1 n
9:06 .ml B:4T put
l:4pm 11:15 an.
7 710 pm! I :'m an
S:i0 atnj 4 .Vi prx
8:40 ami 2:30 jm
3:10 pn, 7:66 an)
Ptsscrper train, leave C a I P (ollnt
avenoo) depot five (5 minntea aorl'.ar than tlrnt
riven. Trats raarkod daily, all other tralai
daily except Scnday.
-iV-VvJ 4111 1 J iri3f"ti
BEST TRAIN SERVICE.
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have
roar Per Cent Paid on
H. 8. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
K. W. UurtV
J M. BuforH
Solicitor. J.ointo. m Hum
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
rntders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, 1'a.
Kockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111., - Rockford, 111.
Offloa, Room l, Ruford block. Rate
aa low aa loonalatent with aaeuru.
J. AL Buford,
Th. old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
' Kate, aa ow a. any
ean afford. Your
patronag. la aollo
ft.d. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
IteprescDta tb following vell
known Ftr and Accident lnaur
Rochester German In. Co..
German " ..
H'jfTiuo Genr.ii " ..
Reliance " ..
German Plre "
Munalo. N Y
1 'enna. Ill
.... Manchester, N H
N.- - ld.mp.blre
FlleUty and Catruaity
Office corner Ugfcteentn treet and
Beoond avenae, aeoond flotn.
John VoIU & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MAtf L'PACTUBKBS OP
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mnuldinfrs;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
lug of All Kinds.
Single and Doable Strenjrth Window
Glass, Polished I'late, BeT-!
Plate and Art Mt.
a? Rock Island.
I Signature A$
THE CINTtun OOMMNV. NCW VOMM CITT.