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THE AUG US, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER SI, 1899.
1 y A NTFD A f;iRL
V f housework ai
3 Seventeentu street
A GOOD GIRL
housework. Apply loftlra. J
ANTKDSITCATION AS XlHSF. rjIRI
a 5 H Twenty-second sireet.
TASTED THREE r.NFnCISHtD
n iitus central location desirc-u. ah-
diets "k is." A Hot:.- ullice.
ttfANTKIJ AN F.LIJKKLY
kep houe for an Id i
at hi J Ca-e Htree Liavcnport.
r ANTKD GOOO Glrll. FOR GKSERAI.
Y lio.;-wn-ii. Ji
Sbrelner. llllF.iur;b avenue.
7ANTf I STFN'OGUA PHI NG
V typewriting. Wori; solicited al ll
pi r lioi.se. Worn promptly done.
"I TA NTED PCPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private lessons in dancing canaosoDy
enquiring at -"710 Fifth avenue. Jones.
-i x t a ktf.i-good p F.rjA ble oil s a les
tV ican, on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker ua and Implement company, Cleveland,
A NT EH A JE'.VFI.EH WITH SOME
exrcrience at once Call at the facto
ry, up Mairs. .ab.Mfcdt & bona, uavenport.
T ANTEU MAN TO REPRESENT IS
nere. ( onie recumriicride'l. Address
The Mn:k company, cenerul delivery. tfock
-irTANTFD PARTNER IN
v v b-lsuief..
Good live man. First-class
cpenlng to bustler. Address "C B.," care
A ho L s
:d-a WOMAN TO do cookiv:
.oui lauwlrv work at the Ko ;k 1 -
1 mil el jn house, corner Mtee&tb s'.reet and
WANTED T V OM EN COI. LECTORS AND
solicitor for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. M Milcbell a Lynde buudLng. be
tween 5 and p. nx
IT ANTEU - TWO I'NFI "If NI J4H Fi IK M
for ii'li' liou-.ce.-piiig hvn.au .irifl wife-
l ireitfil ii low Twcl fib street, if p jssihle. Ad
C ress !: A K'.C.
T ANTKD-ASY PERSON WHO ISTROT.
T v bled with nv.eniii. s;uf-
rbeurn. or anv
fk:n diseiwr to call at 110--
Third ai euue and
bee Prof. li. .;. Sperry.
"IITA NTF.!-LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
I? for accident insurance: one w ho can de
vote nuincient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "K M.." A Rous.
"ANTKD-HOY FMi (iKNERAL KAC-
tnv work, a. hoy hetweeu II unu l
lii . n lb;.t und'rM ui.tis c;irr of horse.
C'a.l .it II -5 IVr. y street. Uiv?np-it. Iowa.
ANTH)-Acorru-; ok c;kxti.j:mkv
h.:irlrs ia privatf j,niiiy. Arsenal
erDjilovs taken. uin tuvenint to
Siim?t ii'ar? and Twentieth Hired. Ad-tJ'-esH
"S. j. Alt'. US
Wanted- srri' vn s as h. .fse
k"cT by retlaed. iutellierit widow
w ;i b lii tie irirl in years i1 1. or will do k'encra'.
b-Hisewoik l low waives Aihlress 11.. this
oiilce. Koferenccs irven if required.
LTanii:; two solicit ks. must
Im A I men. of Vi f n! anpearance. tiHTl-
en"c :.iio a'tilny. ('ail 0:1 ,1. '. Howe. Hs.ist
anir n .l Cub in Land and sieamsbiii
company. ..' iT.iin street. Uavenpor:.
UANTEI)-1IONEST MAN OK WOMAN
W to travel for tariff house. Salary
monthlv and expenses with increase. Position
permanent. Enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, JO Caxlou building,
UTANTEII - HUSTLING
? F sell our iiuramb'scent
Each liufiiT produces luu-candie oower litrti t:
h:1 stores want them: t?ood inlucenienls to re
liable salesmen The Ohio Illuminating com-P-uiy.
LOST AND FOUND.
1ST A HUNCH OF KEYS: i REWARD
A for their return to Ibis olllcc.
JOST-FOX TERRIER PUP WEINESIAY
I morntn. l'lease return to Reidv llns.
OST THREE f.n
F.it:lilfiitu sireet and Sixth street
id Sixth street
;kud receive liberal
h inder return to THE A Bi V
I OST -A FCU COLLARETTE ON STRFIT
i car line in the vicitiitr of Twenty-third
street Kinder rcturu 10 this oillce and icceive
TOST A SMALL TRACED GOLDBANII
i rinir tied to a sir'.tnr. enirraved w ith the
name Marcus Stephen HrouKh. Return to An
.fsoftlee and receive reward.
Guarantee to Care.
Dr. U. Branch,
CANCERS AND TUMORS
Internal or external,
without the knife.
Cures Blood Poison
and other chronic
14 East Seventh Btroot. rooms
and-. Si. Paul, Minn.
Mr. Matthew Vounp;. of this vil
lage, hns entirelv recovered. He as
atV.U-tei with caacer of the lower lip.
The cancer was removed the 1st of
September by Dr. Uriah Branch, of
St. lv-ul. who is a cancer specialist.
Dr. Uranch dil not use a knife, but
put oa a salve which drew out the
cancer. The principal cure was
effected by 8onio internal remedy,
which Dr. IJniuch says kills the can
cer srrTiii. and which "has proven true
in Mr. Younj'i case, for he was cured
in lu days. "No scar remains and the
cure i- permanent."
Df. Uriah Branch's office is No. 14
East Seventh street. St. Paul.
2- -sv: f. ,X'J
Acts gently on the
r.NSES THE Y5TEM
OVERCOMES irz2 C I
. wn. PERMANENTLY
Euy THE GENUINE - M INT O 6y
T.1 JR SALE
S- years oid.
A YOrjfG HORSE FCt'R
Call at .a u I- if th sireet.
FOR SALE KIX-Rf M HOl'sE ON SEV
enteenih street for f-.'th Hull x Co.
CX)R KENT-FFHNISIIRD FRONT ROOM
wilh as. heal ai:d liatU. Annlv
,!OR SALE EI 5HT-RI OM HOUSE ON
Seventcen'b sireet for i.!0O if taken at
oace. Hull i.o.
i: S AI.E l'i-A l!F. FA KM. WFI.r, IM
proved, on leas rial'.e lerms. in liowliu
lo'viishlp. near Milan, by Hull Co.
NEW MODERN T-ROOM
ll St I
taken at 011
lul'.iire an premises.
TTH3K SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM
X All kinds of fruit: Kood buildings; Dear
town. A hiri'Al'i fur nusi: one if taken soon
Gordon & Howman.
TOI:SLE-A NICE r,xl-.! IA)T WITH
1 .Vroon biiuse buili oily I wo years. w iTb
cistern and soimI well bandy at jst-y Niu'ii
aenue. .'he.p lor cash. Inquire on premises.
OR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRE
farm near uwa. 'jts or fruit. To be
ci'd cheap to settle an estate. Here Is a bar
z!n encap for cah. No trade. Gordon &
IHH: SALE COL IN ASJY5 Ql'ANITY
JL' f .VI bushels or over at :.: pit ten. ae-
livcred C. o. l. to any p.kri of the city
Leave orders at I'oin-nerijl hou-e barber
shop. ! Island, or Encs Jami s. Milan.
I.MS KKXT T'l) NICELY FURNISHED
x rooms :.t PC Second u.em:e
U. C. MAUC
lied ro,rn for 1
KIR HAS A
'. o men over his
ryum rent seven-room house, all
a. 111 ih-rn conveniences. Apply l.u3 Sev
1IO R RENT T-KK)M HOUSE
treri' h stret between First
LiiiH RENT-TWO FURNISHED Ris'M.-s
for t'eiir.wmi ami s.tt.u.' roiiu, on second
Sjceoud av enu
T?t'K RENT FURNISHED ROOM WITH
JL he:it fiironii.r 1 wo ir'-nC-men.
a. owaM's jrroeery. ,'1','J 1'ourtb avenue.
."'OR KENT-FIVE ROMS. FIRST FLOOR.
six:h avenii'' Go id cellar:
Apply up stairs on premises.
ter in house.
l.'Oi: RENT A HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS ON
treet between Fourib und
ply al fcU Twentieth sireet.
Fifth avern.es. A
T-'OR RENT A FIVE ROOVI COTTAGE
F wih tniKlern convent-nets. No S-si.'l.
Ni'ith aienue. Appiy next door, Mrs. I.ebm-
TOR RENT NEW
room (rinse. A
v desirable lo'a ion.
Rent reus. .r.able.
fourth si reet.
Call or address S.'J Tweniy-
LMR RENT AT IJ-.". SKmND AVENUE,
x larice rmixs well furrished: Kas. rath,
stemn teat. A lirst-elass hme lab e Hest
loc.it on in the c!t;.v Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
AI.E-so A C K E FARM WITHIN A
ci cf a mile of the Uennan l.utherar
church at. d schoi.: on H.impion bl .IT i;Hd
b'use iia s'x iartfi- ioi nn. anil irood cellar
also barr.. Itentvofwaterata llir.es Some
'Si acres n ;imer vet. This f..rm will onlr be
for sale t ill J an. l"v lt' if f"t m1J at in l iim
the farm will be rented for rive years f-oi
further inform ' ion ea 1 on Oeorire Hick.
Tbir;y-e:i;lith street. Hock Isiacil. III.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ONEV TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
a'L pai-e loans by W. H Eastman. 1T12 tec
ornl iircie. without punlltv or removal. He
also make collectioott hard ones a specially
tt ANTED T3 LOAN
MONEY ON DIA
f moi-ds. watches, jewelry.
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
-ooli. furniture, ere. H.ehest cash price
paid for second hand poods of all kinds also.
Tne above irood for sale ut half the usual
u. re price. All business iransaciions strictlj
coniidea-.Ul. H s new number and location.
ItJ Second avenue. Don t forget lw J. W
Jones. Two ricci on ISsT.
(iLAi:VOYAST AND FORTUNETELLEF.
Mrs H.'.ler. the noted l:le reader. Reads
past, presi ot and fut ire and will for eiift.1
dTsou'ybt a! .si" Fi'th avenue, where she
w;:l if.ri' aove reardin tas r.ess trouble,
etc. to bou men aud ox-n Her wondi-rfui
hcoc" is known throughout the country.
Call at once.
rADY OR MA.N WASTED TO TRAVEL
J and apnoi-il irei.t-- -s. per month ard
expenses. Zieg.er it Co.. No. 77 A Monon liuild-
Crdir in This S'ata Hoiding
Annual Gathering at
EOME riGUEES F201I THE EEPOKTS
ftorlety iwt Generally Prosperous Condition
Sale of I he Gas and Electric Plants at
Decatur Chicago 51 an Kills a Thug He
Find in Hi Kuom, I'siu a Shotgun
Loaded Los Severely Ilnrts Two Hun
ters (ioa ernor Oues South.
Siirin-jlield. Ills.. Nov. The six
ty-si'-::id ounii.il incftinvrt.f the Illinois
ur.in l loili:.'. I n.li lciili'iit Order of OtM
r-llvs. Mill ln-lii ln-iv 1oi!:.y :ini:
rout iiiue for three (l.ivs. I'l'jiUescilla
tives of siiiioiiliiiiite tiinl :iu.ili.rty r
fraiiizjitioiis will jilso be iiresciu. 'Vh'm
t.nler w:is sturtoil in lsl'.. tintl diirint:
tho hist t'itrhty y:irs h:!s iral lured in
over l.ixiu.tH'it i-ersoi.s. the ltieiiilier
.l:il I :i s:s;i m; flu million inauk unrinii
the hist year. liirin:r the last year six
hi iv siil-ofilinati' li.u-ri's liri v Well
"litutfil ami the Ki-hckahs have
1'orim-il tw.-ufy new lodges.
C harities of the Order.
lJ.'liolts to tin ma ml loil'o will show
ih.it vii'cc the oi-':iiii.:itiui of the or
, ihans' home at I .: 11 I ii. in iv.i.".. 1;
-hill!i-n have lic-:i admitted, while JT
have ! 11 rcninied and 1 di eeast il.
leaving Ills at prosi'itl in the homo.
M.ir.h Jl. ls:c.. the .!d fol!;s- home
was forinaliy opened, and I . K. I'iibl
ivin and wife wen plaecd in har;:c as
-ittfrt-rinteinli'iii aiid assistant. At pres-
f'lit it lias iv'hteeii mutates. I In- old
st is !ij. the yot'.iiucst i'.." years of a;jre,
Hid the averaj-'e is 71 years.
ICcport if tlie Finances.
The reiMirt of the nr-aiid t casurer
will show Ilia liie li.ilain e on haial
Nov. -1. lVtsl. w;p; slti.oTti. whieli. with
reeeijils dniin-; tin- fisii.il e:tr ttntil
Nov. -I. I.S-rt. a-.'iei;aied S71.'-js. The
total disliurseiiieiit s tor the year were
."So. V.-. besides sr.s.c,::" a iipi i)iriat ioiis
and donations, leaving a cash balance
Nov. -I. :'.. of sl.""i.:n:i. With this
amount of ::sh in the ireiiera! fund
Ihero is aiMed the siuiiinaiy of the
funds from all sie-ial and home funds,
livimr a xrauil total of funds 011 liand
DEAL IN GA AND i:LI.CTI! ICTV.
Which Seem to Have Netted the Kellers a
Decatur. Ills.. Nov. I'l.-The plants
of the Decatur t!as :ind Kleetiic coin
jiauy. coiupriylntr the consolidated
plants of ihe Decatur (las Light and
(.'nkc collli..Hiy. tin- Dccntut lleetric
i-ompatiy. and the Culver I'.leciiic coni
pany, have been sold to a syt:d;-ate of
capitalists from Atlanta. Me., the
bulk of the purchase money being
furnished by .1. Manchester liaiues. of
Atlanta. The plant will be tinned
over to the now owners today . The
deal was engineered oil behalf of the
purchasing syndicate by Senator Will
iam McKinla.v. of l'aris.
It is understood that the pnn-haM'
price was approximately Sot m .i n h i. 'i he
stock of th- Decatur (Jas and Lleolrie
company, was on noil by (Seorge C.
Danforth. of Decatur, who was presi
dent and general manager, and Homer
AV. McCoy, casli.ier of tlje Commercial
Private Roy Kcator
Co. B, First Illinois
Army of Invasion,
rifth Army Corps,
Chicago, III. Aug. 29, 1 890.
The Dodds Medicine Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Clentlemen: After serving; . months In the
Cuban W ar, living in trenches full of mud and
water day cftcrday. and drinking water full ot
disease, and eatinz when I could eet it, finally
threw mc into a fever and this located It.
m v kidnevs. developing Rrizht s Disease. I
was in a serious condition for some time after
mv return. Dodd's Kidney Pills were recom
mended to me by one of our Company who had
suffered the same trouble I had, and he had
been cured: therefore I took Dodd's Kidnev Pills
end am (Clad to state that I am as well and sound
in health today as before foinfz to Cuba. credit
Dodd's Kidnev Pills for restoring my health.
and recommend them to any one suffering from
Kidney troubles. am very gratefully
Dcdd's Kidner Pills cure al!
Diseases of the Kidneys.
Sold by all dealers in medi
cine. 50 cents a box or six binci
for $2 50. Sent on receipt of
price bv The Dodds Medicine
Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
SURE CAXCER CURE.
Cancers. Tuuors. Eistulas. Piles uni sllklrds
of sores ai:d I'ieers Cured No knrfe Cs d.
or. Ilotinon. Speelall?. At freeman s Can
luktl'ute, 15th Su and 6th Afmur,
A few notes regarding fall goods
fit this ad . Hers srn anm A
s the prices range from
In the fall trousers range
upward. Come in and see oar tine
JOBJT M. FAREDO.
Shop 419 Seventeenth 8t.
..a. 10:1:. 1 iirink or n.cy pur
chased the plants ia May. is: is. for
-U."it.iM and have since e.iH-uded ?7;
inn un iuiiirovin-r tin-in.
SHOT A lil'KGLAi: TO DEATH.
CUlcajo Tailor Ends the Life of a That
Who Is I'nknovru.
C'lueatro. Nov. il. At'jiust Swan-Ix-rtf.
lL".! Wabausia aveuue. shot and
killed a man who was itteiu'ii.iu to
enter his Loase early yesterday moru
iit;:. The body of the dead mau is at
the morgue, and ihe police are uiak
iv.g 'fforts to estaldish his iudeutity.
Nothiii'; was found in his iiockets by
which his name could W learned.
None of the "wjl:i-e officers who snv
the IkxIv remember haviuy seeu the
man lief ore.
At ;!:''n o'ekH-k SwaulK-rs was awak
ened from a sound sleep by the creak
ing of his bedroom door. Upon aris
ing he saw a man crouching beside the
wall jrst inside the door. "What do
you waut here?" Swanber-r asked.
IJecoiviujr 110 reply he se;::ed his shoi
jiui and tired in the direction of the in
truder. With a scream the Imrjrlar fell
to the tloor and died instantly, the
hari;e of shot striking him in the left
side of the head.
The Log Was -Loaded."
Syeainore. Ills., Nov. l!l. Two
Ukivc men were seriously injured in a
most mysterious manuer while on a
! m 11 1 i 11 ir expedition near hen . and ho! :
narrowly escaped death. Sampson
Sell ami Krnest Weaver are the vic
tims. After ti long march throuirh the
wet grass they gathered Wuirhs of
trees anil l-uilt lire. Un top of the
burning hoapthey ilaced a log of wood
which when partially consumed e :
ploded. hurling the Idaxing brands in
till directions. Sell's face and eyes
were cut and burned jind one side of
Weaver's face was badly burnt.
Tanner Starts for ClilekniiiHiiii.
Npringliold. Ills.. Nov. UL-( lovernor
Tanner and party of state otiicers left
last night for Chicago, where they will
be joiuetl by the governor" s stall", and
will proceed thence today to Chicka
inatiga with the Chicago delegation
to take part in the exercises attend
ing the dedication of the monuments
erected to the memory of the Illinois
Had All the Cars Running.
Springliohl. Ills.. Nov. The
SpringtieM Consolidated Street Rail
way company hail all their cars run
ning yesterday. Six of the strikers re
turned to work and eight to twelve of
the employes who had refrained from
working, ami who at the same time
had declined Ur' join Ihe union, re
turned to work.
Fatally stabbed a Relative.
SpringtieM. Ills.. Nov. ''L Near Lov
Itigton. Moultri county. Saturday night
Jeorge 'Warren fatally stabbed his
brother-in-law. Thomas Todd, a farmer
residing mar that town. The men
were driving home and quarreled, and
warren slabbed Todd iu Ihe abdomen,
FIRED Olit A MOB 0"F LYNCHERS.
Shcriir Defends IThite Sfan Arrested l or
Assaulting; a tVomiin. j
Covington, (In.. Nov. I'l. A masked
li'ob of about seventy men attacked (
the jail here at 11 o'clock last night:
iu an effort to secure William Collins, j
n while man. Sheriff Anderson, in !
lef ending the prisoner, ordered his '
deputies to lire upon the mob after!
the mob had lired on the jail. The ef-
feet of the shooting is uot known, but j
the sheriff says lie saw one man car- j
lied off by bis companions. I
Collins attempted to assault Miss'
Kirkus. who lives near the I'orterdalo
mills, several miles from Covington, j
The mill operatives, on being informed !
of the indignity offered Miss Kirkus
formed a mob and set out in pursuit.
Collins, however, was arrested by Ihe
sheriff at the instance of Miss Kirkus'
father before the mob got to him and
lodged him in the jail here.
i"V70 DAYS OJf ilUJiuwG "
Reported at Ladysmlth.with Heavy Losses
Among the Ituers.
London. Nov. HI. The following is a
special from Kstcourt. dated yester
day: "A report has reached here of a
battle at Ladysinith Yeinesdny. Nov.
l.". lasting from daybreak until 2 in
the afternoon. Many Boers are said to
have been killed and many are report
ed to have been taken prisoners. The
British losses are reported to be much
"Another battle is said to have oc
curred Thursday. It is described as
the heaviest yet fought. The litter
dead number hundreds, while the
British losess were comparatively
Th" foregoing reports have not been
confirmed. On the contrary the most
reliable advices from Kstcourt indicate
that there was nothing more than a
Smallpox in an Iowa Toitr.
Lemars. Ia.. Nov HI. There nn
cases of smallpox iu Storm Lake,
in w cases developed since I'ridav
new pest house will soon be ready.
The disease broke out iu a camp of
railroad graders over a week aco and
it was believed that stttHcient precau
tions had been taken to prevent a
spread of the epidemic. Ir. Comiff.
of Sioux City, of the state board of
health, is taking personal supervision
of the town.
Ooeen'. tiirt to Tommy Atkins.
Loudon. Nov. HI. At the Marquis
of Lnnsdowe's suggestion the queen
has decided that her Christmas present
to the troops in South Africa is to take
the form of a tin of chocolate for
that can be found bj looking
tvHcps wa nnnln- Vnralllai
prices we quote:
$18, f 20, f 22, $25 and up.
from 5, (5 50, f 6, f6.6(
r tine ne.
075 EN G LIN, a-
BKMSr A. fAEIDO
KAISER'S BRITISH WELCOME."
Marine Hand at Fort. mouth Plays "3,
Willie, We Have Missed Yon."
Windsor. Nov. The emperor and
empress of tlerruauy aud their suite
reached here yesterday and were
warmly welcomed by both the populace
and royalty. I he landing at l'orts-
ii otilli ot tue uistinguisiieil partv was
a brilliant ceremonial, and the war
ship aud torts thundered the rova:
salute while the people cheered en
thusiast ii ally.
After playing national airs the Ma
rine Light miantry liand striuk up
"O. Willie. We Have Missed You.
Juts soeniea to please the emjH'ror
greatly. He shook hands with Lieu
tenant Miller, who was in charge of
the band, aud congratulated hitu ou
the rendition of the music.
On arrival at Wiudsor Castle the
oueen received her grandson anil
granddaughter, with their two boy;
her great -grandchildren a fleet lomitp
iy. In the course of the afternoon the
emperor went for a stroll in Windsor
park. Inspected the queen's prize cattle
and visited the armory. 1 here was a
family dinuer party at the castle last
evening. Among the decorations at
Windsor are the union jack, stars and
stripes aud Herman ensign Hying to
ALLEG iHriNFANT BUT CHER.
Indictment Against Mrs. Bamberger.
Who Declares She Is Innocent.
St. Louis. Nov. L'l. The grand jury
yesterday returned true bills against
Mrs. Henrietta Bamberger, the uiid
wilV who was arested last week, as
follows: Murder iu the Must degree
an unnamed infant iu the inontnh of
May. is:.". Indictment on three eount-s.
covering death by drowning, burning
and death in an unknown war. Man-
! slaughter in the first degree Mary
I Iloltcamp. died l-'ob. 13. INMi;; Ida Zim
merman, died March o. lS'.Ki: Lvdia
Bressert. dietl Sept. 10. 1S!7: Walhel-
mina Spoeri. died July 11. IStiS.
All are supposed to have died as the
result of operations anil poison. Cir
cuit Attorney Kggers stated that h
bad received information charging
.Mrs. Hamberger with responsibility
for the death of a young woman whose
case is not included in this list. He
I declared that he was also in possession
til information about other persons.
which lie will investigate. Mrs. Bam
berger, the accused, declares that the.
iiurses have combined against her aud
that their testimony is all false.
I'uot Dull Declared Dangerons.
St. Louis. Nov. I'L After spending
several days investigating the deatU of
John Allen, right tackle of the foot
ball team of the Christian Brothers
college, who was injured on Nov. 11,
the coroner's jury rendered the fol-
lowinir verdict: "We the jury find that
the trame was plaved strictly accord
ing to Kmrbv rules, but we believe the
game is dangerous and should be pro
hibited. Verdict accident.
American "I.aj; i e C Ti o wan I-.t .
Milwaukee. Nov. HI. An American
League dub will be located in Chicago
next spring, and Charles Coniiskv will
be i n-'i' and manager. Three Ameri
can League magnates. President John
son. Charles Coniiskv and M. K. Kil
l.lea. ii. et last niiiht to consider the
i'hiri a::d approved it.
Cliieago firain anil Produce.
Chicago. Nov. 20.
iwirg were the initiations on Ihs
C Ill. a jo
Hoard ot Trad" today:
- Open. High. Low.
Poi 1. r.ibcr
Dec: 111 bo r
January .... 41'-'
May r. t.7'
I'rooucf r Uutter Extra creamery.
Il'ic per tb: extra dairy. iOiiilc; Dack-
ing slock. 14 d 16c. Kggs Fresh stock,
ISc 1 er ioz. Live poultry Turkeys
8'i&912c per lb; chickens. 7c: prings
7,jc ducks. 772C. geese. $i OOT16 25 per
iloz Potator-s Burbanks, &2iiic per
bu: Ilebr.mp. ."Of Sweet potatoes-
Illinois. JJ.r.OSi 3.25 per LII. Apples
Jl 2545 3 M Per bbl. Cranberries Cape
Cod, Ji.OPJrOOO ier bbl.
Chicago I-ive stji-k,
Chicago. Nov. 20.
Hogs Estimated leceipts for the day,
Sti.CCt'. Saie ranged at SS.d.'.S.Mo for
pigs. $3 bUft 4.00 for light. .i.SO n 3.b5 for
rough rxikitip. 0U.b5t 4 03 for mixed and
i.;.yo5 4 O'lVi for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Estimated recr-iot? for the
day. 21.0P0. Quotations ranged at $tj.35
fiiti.90 for choice to extra steers. $5.70tf
S 2b fur good to choice do.. $5.00i5.60
f r fair to gird do., ti .lOi 1.90 common
to medium do . $1 0'f?i4.3O butchers'
st? rs. Jt.5?fiti 30 t.d weftern Fteers,
J:;.l.'& 4 0 feedn.B steers. $2. 23 'd 4.50
cows. $J.23$'5 00 heif.'rs. $.$04.50 bulls
and oxen ?!7."'r 4 75 stags. $..40fi4.5O
Texas steer. J.i.7'tfi 5 eo grass western
s-tet rs. J J 4"'a 4 40 western cows and heif
ers, and $3.00.'f 7.50 vtal calves.
Shcrp Kstiirated receipts for the
day. IS poo. Quotations ran zed at $3.30
fi4.30 westerns. M'i I 40 natives and
$4.fcCtJ 3 40 lambs.
Milwaukee. Nov. 20.
Wheat Higher: No. 1 northern. 66',4
Si67Vjc: No. 2 northern. 6'fi6Sc. Rye
Firmer; No. 1. 534j.56c. IJarley High
er; No. 2. 4r45c: samrl", 2ti'&43l4c.
Oats Higher: 24Ufi26c.
Fprinir lrtnhs - t.'..V)23.nO.
Sheep - 4 a 4c.
Hay Tlmothv rlO! 1 : wild. 17.502-S.
Butler-Choice to fair. 20c: fresh cr.amery.
Hens .V; per pounds.
nuclts fic per ixiunds.
:oal. soft He.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers
SS: cows and heifers. 3iQ4L. calves.
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