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THE AJZ&V3, SATUKDAX, DXCEXIBEU 2, 1S99.
-llfANTF.D AT nXCK. CH AMBF.Ttil Alii
t ? at Cuiiuiierciat Uo'.ti.
Twin City restaurant.
WANTKD BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at sa Fourth avenue.;
"lrANTKD-PL.AIX SF.WISU ANDDKESS-
making to do at 514 Twenty-second
TVANTED A GIRL. FOR GENERAL
housework. Call or address lolo Second
WAN'TEi-ACiESTS BY THE MOYCNE
Tea company, :ti7 Twentieth street,
WANTED COM 1'ET EXT GIRT. FOR GEN
eral housework, by Mrs. G. W. Cash. Sr-'l
T ireotietb street.
TTTAXTKIJ 25 FIR.ST-fI.ASS SOLICI-
"orn: apply at once, noom II, Mitchell
A Lycde buildup.
"TANTKr thhi:k OK FOUR I.SFt.'R-
niched rooms for litfht housekeeping;
Address 'a :tl," ah,vh.
TXTASTEIl-CIRLDK WOMAN" FOR ;;X
end housework. 120 East Fifteenth
Street. Davenport. Iowa.
1ITA NTED PCPILS WISHING TO TAKE
t private letsons In dancing can do sob;
enquiring at 2710 min avenue. Jones.
"ITTA XTF.D HAIR SWITCHES. ETC
TV to make to onier. and hulies" fchanipoo-
1 tit; satisfaction' y done at l.7 ourth avenue.
" T ANTED GOOD. RELIABLE OIL SALES
it inan. on comm!sloa orsalary. Address
Quaker Oil and lirpiemcnt company, Cleveland,
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for l:ock Island. Permanent
positions. Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween 5 and 1p.m.
WANTKD BOARD IS PRIVATE FA M
iiy or furnished rooms for Iii?ht house
keeping for man and wifenearbusinesscenltr.
address -J. II.."' tbi-ionice.
WANTED LOC A L SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
probtable. Address "E M.." Ahgus.
T-A NTED COLLECTOR FOR ROCK ISL
11 and and Moline Keli able party who can
civebond: no otoer need arpl. C'ail or ad
iress Singer Manufacturing oompany. 4ir4
Hariison street, Davenport.
WANTED-THULF. i F 1UR FI'KN A' IIS
to tl'e by f ipt't ienoe! zuaa. who can
give si Kf:.ct iiiu with K'rt coil as with biir.i.
lijaklug bis services a fnonsy siver. Apply to
O. IS. Kills, Ytt: Second avenue.
IT ANTED T F.N EXl'ERIF.NCK!) SOLIC1
v V tors to secure sub-crip! ion to t!ie Inde
pendent Telephone exehar.go in th-? tri-i'ities.
None but experienced solicitors need apply.
Call at the Harper house, lii Is & Wortbaiu.
WANTED-HONEST MAN" OR WOMAN
to travel for lart'e house. Salary ti'A
monthly and expenses with increase. lNs:tion
permanent. Enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, 300 Caxton building,
WANTICD HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell our incandesc-ent (rasoline lamps.
Each burner pridues liiu-canilie Dower litbt;
ail stores want theru: Kood Inducements to rc
Iible salesmen The Ohio Illuminating corn
puny, RiaiiSUtld, Ohio.
"1 AT A XTFJ A 1 ENTS : T WO Fl RST-( -I . A S S
vV solicitors, ladies or :en s. for a winner
in miniature p rtraiis in natural color, frame
and a 1 complete, sells for l1- cell's. Just th-
iliinir for bristmas ift. Fiftv percent com
m ssion or salary. 'all at once. C M. Brun
didtfe. Mil f ourth avenue.
'R RENT ;OOI BARN". INQUIRE AT
1411 Fourth avenue.
noil RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
V rooms at H-J Second avenue.
OR RENT-TWO NK FLY FURNISHED
rooms. Apply at '.Ml rourtu avenue.
."!(! RENT FURNISH ED ROOMS WITH
I1 board, home cooking. Hit Fourth av
r.loR KENT-SEVEN RiKJM HOUSE, ins
Thirteenth street. Apply at Kock Island
FOR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
with modern conveniences, at SlOTwelnh
XilOR RENT SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. ALL
X? mrMlern conveniences. Apply li03 Sev-
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOM COTTAGE,
with modern improvements. Enquire at
lVi Fifth aveuue.
IrKUt RENT FURNISHED ROOM. WITH
' bath, down town: gentleman preferred
ldJ3 Tli&a avenue.
T7Olt-RENT SIX ROOM FLAT 2.11" THIRD
J? avenue. Apply to WUlian McEuiry. Mitch
ell Si. Lynde buildini:.
UOK RENT-NEW MODERN SEVEN" ROOM
1 house. A very desirable location. Kent
reasonable. Call or address Twenty-fourth
FOR RENT-AT lS SECOND AVENUE,
larve rooms, well furnished: Kas, bath,
steam heat. A first-class hme table Best
hication in the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
LOST AND FOUND.
w sitt, . i , t aj-lt scTnirillV I ill -
1J Inreitc between Han's restaurant and '
Hrpcr s theatre. Finder return to Dan "s res- r
t aurau t ar.u receive rewaro.
1- OST-A CiH l'LE OF WEEKS AGO. A
i chain and 1 cket. btween Ninth nd
Twent v-fo;irtb streets. Finder return lo AKi.L's
oiUce and receive lioerai reward.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MOKT
iratce loans by W. H (Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publlty or removal. He
ai makes collections hard ones a specialty.
ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
W nionds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clotnimr. dry
good, furniture, ete. H.best cash prices
paid for second band Roods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at balf the usual
toreprices. All business transac-tions strieti y
confidential. His new number and location.
IR3 Second avenue. IVa forget lu J. W
Jones. Two rings on 147.
(Jin FOR tl -FORTUNES IN STOCKS:
MU invest A to Jul? and (ret tl for lm
wre: safe as a bank. Reed Jt Co.. I South
Fifth street. Philadelphia. Pa.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL. TRADE
or rent anything, enrage heip ir secure a
Mtuation the Mail Is the one paper in Moline
that can do it for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mail wants oritur results. Ose-hslf cent
per word is the pri'-e to all alike cash in ad
vance, tr-oent stamps will do. Evening and
Sunday Mail. Moline. 11L
T ADY OR MAN WANTED TO TRAVEL
J jind apMot agents, tdu per month and
expenses. Zierfler Co.. No. 772, alooon Buiid
Chicago. i .
Acts gently on the
-r- ti r- CCTPn
c, 33 EFFECTUALLY
OVERC0MZS lyrrtJ 1 -r
ITS toi.w 6r
CUT TH" GENUINE - M AHT D 6y
rca iAuerau ctua&n psu so ntacinc.
roi? SAI.K Sr.V-RorM HOUSE ON SEV-
en'.eenih street for(J.:;J. Hull Co.
)K SALE Kf'jHT-ROOM lini'SK ON
Seventeen-h street lor t:.Sf if taken at
once. J lull Jitu
T,"Vi: SALE li-Ai IF. FA KM. WELL IM
-I proved, on reasonable terms, in Uowliuir
town.-h'p. n-ar Aiuau. by Mull & Co.
TOR SAT.E COAL IN ANY; QUANITY
I. of rv bushels or over at ii.'." per ton. de
livered C. o. D. to ;-iy part of th city.
Leave orders at Com-jiereiai hous barber
shop. Roc Island, or Fnos James. Milan.
TOR SALE OK TRADE A LARGE. HIGH
1 lv impr'vel fruit fa-m. located on Seven
teenth si-t-et eolith li-iu'hts. A special bar-
kriiti Api!v toKeiUy iiros , room I. Mitchell
l.y ude buuuini;.
SALE-so ACRE FARM WITHIN A
" quarlerof a mile of the German Lutheran
church and s-ho,l on Hampton blurt. Good
house w ith six lart'e room-. ;imi kfood cllar.
also barn. I'lenty of wjicrut a 1 timos. Some
ir acres in timber yet. This farm will onlv be
for sale till .Ian. l."i. l'.io jf not t,;)d at that time
I lie farm will be rented for live years. For
further inform uiori call on liei.rire Dick, 1!
Thirty-e'chth street. Rock Island, 111.
l Oll SALE FAUM LANDS.
TTVlK S ALE -I -0 A "Rl'.S OF t ". t )D PA I KIK
X land: story frame house, frame ija-n.
orchard, wel s. etc.: lies beaitifully: price
onlv .t1 per acre. Kittv acres of farm in
limolliv hav. Send for plats tn-i fill descrip
tion, also list of farms. Address Sam Casey.
Mt. Vernon. 111.
F'OH SALE-IN .TEFFEKSON COUNTY.
111.. ltW acres of ' ml land: two small
houses and barns. wclN etc : i acres of hear
ing orchard: on publi-? rotd. joins church, hulf
in k to school: a splendid stock or trram fam:
a bur ba'train. Price per acre. Address
Sam Casey. ML Veruiu. Iil.
1 1 LAIR VO Y A NT AND FORTUNETELLER.
M-s. H'llier. the noted lile reader. Keaus
past. preseM ami future, and will for eit'ht
Uavs only be at -"l Fifth avenue where she
will v-ive adv ice re-'arciuir busness troubles,
etc . to both men aud women. Her wonderful
sue ess is known throughout the country. Call
at once. Price ii rent
SURE CAXCER CURE.
Cancers. Tumors. Fistulas, Piles and all kinds
of sores uud Fleers Cured. No knife Used.
lr. IIuiIkimi, hp'rlailHt. At Freeman's Cau
rer lunll'iite, 15th bt. and fttb Avenue,
tml TAPJCVB 1LL.U
TO WOMAN for
ail troubles rccu'iar to her sex. rT"Send by
mail or from our Axent. SI.OO per box.
ftULIAMS HPS. CO., Props., CLEVELAND, CH!t.
V r sale hv M V BaOnsen. dmevlm
KOTT'S PENNYROYAL fiLS
ThfT oTrcome Weakneti, irrra
l.ntT ttj oniltloiii jJicrt-c ticoi
onti bni-ti -pwJt t menvtrua
tc-u " 1 bey ju Life dTei
Wtrif4t vToDiniifva. tiJuiK de
rcK-patent of urjrant and tody. No
j"""." them. I i-ncl do fcrm if
--'-V. , Ts ,tn,n a pia-nrr. 91 pfr
$c TriYifc": hv mnll. Hoi J by drurfUl.
For Drunkenness and
Plis write os.
at m t-
LCTn m UUIuli T. ILL
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
Reward of 3200
The premium payers of tte state are mala
tainlce a fund by popular subscription from
wblch is offered a
ry Mi unaersurned assoelstlba for the arrest
and conviction of any icoeuliary In any ot lis
MMMtaied towns. s
PROPZBTT OWNERS riE ASSOCIATION
Sign at Frank'ort of Any
Trouble Over the Gov
ernorsrvp. I BEADLEY IS PACKING HIS TBUNKS
Preparing to Tnrn the Office, as He Re
lieves, Over to Taylor All Parties Ouiet-
ly Discussing the Probabilities Mil
waukee Fditor Question lie publican
Crrmao Voters as to "Expansion Huuim
and the riiairicni-shii.
I rank fort. Ky., Dec. 2. The i;ost-
lioiiemeut of the ottit-ial canvass of
Keutueky's jruLeruatoi-ial votetrom to
day until Altmilav lias for the time be-
iiiiJ. at least, cooletl the surchar'-tl
political uluiosiihere In a verj" per
oejitible maimer. It is not likely ixow
that there will lie any developments
until the meeting of the election com
ntissiouers. Allliou;li the t-uudidates
for governor are iu town they are
Keeping quiet iiml their friends are
emulating their example. There is no
talking save in the direction of surmise
icgarilintr the possible action of the
commissioners on Monday. There is
a dPeply settled belief among both
DeiutM-rats and K-ulli-ai:s that the
commissioners will not turn the matter
over to the legislature, but will surely
issue a eertilii-ate to either ;ebel or
Taylor. If it is given to the former it
is possible that the matter may end
th'-ie. as many of the conservative Ue
publicans are of the opinion that in
view f the. strong Democratic ma
jority in the legislature ir will Ik- prac
tically useless for the Ucptihlica lis to
look for anything in that quarter.
I r Taylor Get llio lertilieate.
If the certificate goes to Taylor it is
L-crtaiu that the matter will be taken
:o the legislature, where tioebcl may
iiiially win out. The Republicans, how
ever, are by no means a unit in favor
of abandoning tin- light at the door of
1 legislature. Some of them are
vehement in their assertions that they
will not abandon the tight until there
is no possible-chance of Taylor being
governor of the state.
Bradley Not Preparing for War.
tloveriior Bradley has evidently
made up his maid that somebody will
receive a ccrtilicnte of election, for he
was busily engaged all yesterday in
packing up his private property in the
state house preparatory to a return to
private life. " l liey are making my last i
days my hardest days." lie said, "but I
guess there will be no trouble. There
are too many sensible men on both
sides to prevent anything of that kind.
I really don't see how anything can
be done to keep Mr. Taylor from the
chair. He will go in all right."
Lexington, Ky.. Dec. 2. Kx-IIcpre-
flontative Owens, who defeated Colonel
Dreckinridge in is:l. and who bolted
iJocbel this year and made the bitter
est personal atacks on the head of
the ticket, was nominated by a fusion
of Republicans and bolting Democrats
to succeed Nettle, deceased.
OPINION" OF GF.lt HAS AMERICANS,
Those of Wisconsin, on the Proper Policy
In the Philippine.
Milwaukee. Doc. 1. The Ilerold pub
lishes this morning; the result of the ef
forts of the editor. Kdgar YV. I'liniin,
to ascertain the sentiment among tne
Republican Jerman-Ainericaii popula
tion ot Wisconsin on tne expansion
question. He obtained from the chair
man of the Keimbhcan county com
mittee of every county it! the state ex
cept Milwaukee the names of live rejv
resentative Jcrman-Amcrican .Repub
licans, the chairman of tin- county
committees not knowing for what pur
pose the na. lies were asked, t'oleuian
wrote to th hve men in each county.
isking an j tiswcr to the following
"1. Are you and your friends of the
opinion that the Americaugoverumeut,
liter the close of the war in the Phil
ippines, sua 1 retain the islands as ter
ritory ami property of the I'nited
States and give to the I-ilipinos a suit-
ible form of government under the di
rection anu control ot the I uitcd
Are you of the opinion that the
United States troops shall be recalled
Member from the 24th
(Peoria Co.) District of
the Illinois House of Rep
resentatives, Tells the
People how He was
Northampton, III., Aug. 12, iRqo.
The Dodds Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Gentlemen: I had been suffering from Rheu
matic painsln my body and had tried many reme
dies with little satisfaction until I purchased
Dedd's Kidney Pills. The relief was something
teyond my expectation and I am now cured and
heartily endorse Dodd'a Kidney Pills to any one
with deranged Kidneys or Rheums tic pains.
Dndd's Kidnce Pills core all
Diseases of the Kidneys.
Sold by all dealers in medi
cine. 50 cents a box or six boxes
for fiSJ. Sent on receipt of
price bv The Dodds Medicine
Co., Buffalo, N". Y.
Secure An Easeletta
Bj having- your photograph
tnade at M T. Fkee's studio.
Remember that this is tbe
only place in the city they
1807j Second Avenue.
irrtn;airrtct7 era ffcc KUJjrinos" I'
cake Cue -,i iLerc siiTcj'.' or
"3. Are ycu ot th vpii.;oD that aft
er the close of . the war the L"nitd
.States 'shall give to the Filipinos the
broddesl self-government aud conteu
itself with a protectorate""
The replies so far re-civ-d are class
ified by Coleman as follows: For ques
lion 1. .V: for question 2. IB; for ques
tion J, .54. l-ive ignored direct an
svvers but expressed confidence that
the administration would adopt the
proper course; 4 were undecided b'
tweeu question 1 aud "question o: and
i were undecided as to the proper pol
icy to tie pursued.
Hanna Will Serve Out His Term,
Milwaukee. Dec. 2. Marcus A. Han
ua. chairman of the national Uepublic
au committee, will uot accept another
term as national chairman, although
he will serve out his present term. Hen
ry l I'ayne says Hanna personally
told him this.
Uradley for Vice Presklear.
Cinciunaii. lice. . i lu-re is a move
ment on this side ot the river as well
as iu Kentucky to present the name of
Governor V. O. Bradley for the uom
inatlon lor vice president on the uxt
ticket with McKmley. It is said that
there will be no doubt about Keutuckv
sending a solid delegation to the lie
publican national convention iu the in
terest of McKiuley aud Bradley as the
WANT TO FIGHT JOHN BULL.
of the Boers Has OOO Men
V ti ii ui lie Asks Passport.
Washington. Dec. Application
was made by (Justav Thielkuhl at tlw
state depart uioni yesterday for MJ0
passport:.- for members of the' third ex
podi non to be sent from tins country
tii the Transvaal bv the promoters of
the "Dmhcsse d'.I'zes Legion." IIu
failed to secure the passport.-:. lie was
lohl. he says, that one reason why h
could not secure them is that they
could not be prepared lief ore I ec. 1,
ihe day the third expedition would
e:iil from New York. . The second ex
iK'dit ion. according to Theilkuld. loft
New York Thursday. Some of the mei
'.vent on a I- rench liner aud others iu a
Still others, he says, are going on
the I'rairie. which is to carrv I nitod
States exhibits to the Paris exposition
Theilkuhl expects to go on the third
expedition Dec. 1. which will sail in a
specially cha'rtorod vessel and will cur
ry ?HW men. The men that are being
sent ajirond. he expluins.arohot armed.
Theilkuhl was employed as a messen
ger in the patent ollice until Monday
last, when he resigned to devote his
entire attention to the Transvaal enter
prise. FERILOUS MISSIONARY TRIP.
Mrs. Lucy Rlnjlinrt's Adventures In
the Heart of Asia.
A Toronto lady. Mrs. Lucy Rinjhart.
M. !.. has returned on a visit to
friends in Canada from one of the
most adventurous and distressing trips
In the heart of Asia that civilized peo
ple could possibly make. During her
four years of missionary life abroad it
is acknowledged that she and her litis-
hand ventured farther into the interior
of ceutral Tibet than any other white
missionary or explorer, says a Quebec
MILS. Ll'CY KIXJIIART.
dispatch to the Chicago Times-ITerald.
Her husband was murdered by the
natives during their last journey, about
a yenr ago.
She tells a frightful tale of persecu
tion aud suffering. For some time pre
vious to the killing of her husband
they had both been kindly treated by
the natives and had been permitted by
some of the chiefs to travel into cen
tral Tibet. Gradually they made their
way towat-d the capital, and then their
troubles increased. One day. when
within n few hundred miles of the?r
destination, a party of native robbers
camped near their resting place and
during the night came and stole all
but one of their pack and saddle
horses. On the following morning Mr.
Rinjhart went to the camp of the rub
bers to endeavor to secure the horses.
That was the last Mrs. Kinjhart ever
saw of him alive. He was treacher
ously murdered, and there was no re
dress. Loft nlonc in the heart of the coun
try, populated only by uncivilized na
tives and thousands of miles from the
nearest Europeans. Mrs. Rinjhart's
plight was truly a pitiable one. She
endured frightful sufferings, and after
a terrible Journey, during which she
several times narrowly escaped death,
she succeeded In making her way to
the borders of China and eventually to
a British settlement.
After a short visit to friends in Can
ada Mrs. Uinjhart will return to Tibet
to continue the work in which her hus-t-and
and herself havo boen engaged.
Couldn't Stand Two Knockouts.
India naiK'lis. Dee. 2. At the cnraivfcl
of the Casino Athletic club at Mozart
hall last night th? po!':'' s;op;ed 'lit:
afTr.ir after Pete I.acy had knocked out
fq:d-r Ktliy ia one of the prctiicin-
to ; T.mrp.
ttets 1.7CC Very Easily, but Left
uf s-S.OUO Behind.
Chailestoii. S. C. Dec. 2. An un
known w hite man. closely masked, held
lip the two messengers in a Southern
Kxpress company .-:ir last night, and
under cover of a revolver compelled
them to give up 1.T in cash. Kight
thousand dollars in another safe was
overlooked by the outlaw, who accom
plished his work without any aid. The
lobhery took place near Krnnchvllle. S.
C, on the Southern railway. The train
had just left the station, when Messen
gers Kaiusey and Rhodes were covered
with two revolvers held iu the hands
of the robber.
One messenger was made to stand
with his hands over his head, and the
other was commanded to hand over
the packages in the safe. Seventeen
hundred dollars was quickly secured,
and the robber, alter warning the mes
sengers not to put a foot outside of
the car until the train had got under
way again, pulled the bell ami jumped
off as the train slowed up. The con
ductor saw the roblH-r escaping along
side the track, but thiuking him :
tramp signaled lh.' engineer ahead.
When the train got under way the
messengers came out ami told their
story. The car was au accommodation
baggage and-express, and the door had
been opened to permit the conductor to
reach the baggage section, which was
iu the forward e::d of the car. Tho
sheriff of Dorchester, with six men
and -two hounds, has hi en hurried to
the scene of the robbery,
Adventure of an Alleged Cbira:
at New Vurk.
New York. Doc. 2. Mrs. Kmily Rige
lov, of Chicago, who was found in
sensible in the street Thursday night,
asserts that she was robbed of '.'l.tioii
by a cabman. Mrs. Rigelow was iu a
police court yesterday, and told the
magistrate Unit she came from Chica
go to tinil her husband. Hiram Rige
low. a lawyer, from whoi.i she had
been estranged for several years. "I
visited him in his otlice yesterday." she
said. "Mr. Rigelow and I quarreled
and then he put me out. After that I
drank. When I was told to leave the
(rand hotel 1 ordered a cab and was
driven to several places, where I drank
"The cabman looked after me. All
tny money. .v.'I.c.im. was iu bills. I took
the money out to pay for some drinks
and the cabman grabbert it. He drove
away, and that is the last I remem
ber." Two bank books, bovh bearing
entries of deposits in Ruffalo banks,
were displayed by Mrs. Rigelow. The
magistrate discharged the woman,
fravorn the New Uelegate Deal.
Topeka. Kan.. I ec. 2. Cy. Roland.
Kansas member of the Republican na
tional committee, iu an interview
states that he is decidedly in favor
of the Payne resolution for a reap
pointment of representation in the na
Kadly Hurt at Foot Itnll.
Milton Junction. Wis.. Dec. 2. Alex
an.ior 1 .mi. right half back for the
Junction team, was badlv injured in ;
line or foot ball I hursday. aud his
recovery is very doubtful.
Chicago Grain aud Produce
Following; were the quotations on tha
ChicuKo Hoard of Ira.de today:
May .".0 .6H .69'-.
July 7014- -TO ,69"8 .7U
Detember ... .:i044 -31 .304 .3014
January 20-4 .31 oOV. .Siji.3
-May -'i .3 .3J
December ... .-2"s .22 .224 .22',4
May 21 .24 .23 .2oV
December ... K.C0 8. or, 8.00 8.0".
January 9.43 .45 9.37'3 9.4i
A! ay U.iTVi y.OO 9.55 a.05
December ... 4.8.1 4.S7V. 4.", 4.S7'4
January S.12'i r..l2i .'..10 r..l()
May T..32M. F.S2i O.UO Z.Z2t,
December ... 4. SO
January 4.5 4.9.1 4.'jj 4 95
May 5.12V. 5.12'i 5.10 5.10
Produce: Butter Kxtra creamery,
26c ner It: extra dairy. 22c; pack
ing stock. 1515'2C. Esjts Fresh stock.
ISc per doz. Uve poultry Turkeys,
7'Sc per lb; thickens. 6ft6Vc: yprinps.
ducks. 7c; peeso, J4.00S6.00
per do2. Potatoes Uurbanks, 3s(i40c
l.tr bu: llebrons, 37WS9e. Sweet pota
toes Illinois. $2.25C3.UO per brl. Aiiples
SI. 251 2.50 per brl. Cranbrrries Cap
Cod, J4.00W6.00 per brl.
Chicago I.ivn StM-lc.
Chitaso, Dec. 1.
Hops Eftiinated receipts for the day.
O.OUO. Sales ranged at $:t.50& :.sr, for
pigs. 53.,JiJ.yj tor liht, j:i.o..ra J.,o for
rough packing, :i'.ia 4.00 Tor mixed and
So?t 3.9i tor neavy iiatking anil shii-
Cattle l-.Ftimateri reieiptu for the
day. 4.500. Quotations ragged at $6.40
ftii.oo for cnoice to extra steers. r.60
6; 6.25 for good to choice do.. $1.8015.55
for fair to good do.. $4.10ifi4.70 common
medium do.. S4.00i4.25 butchers'
steers. $4.4'fa 6.25 fed western steers.
:.25r4.70 ffeding ftPers. $2.00 4.25cows.
:!.00$i5.OO heifers. $2.SOff7 4.40 bulls and
xen. $::.754.60 stag.s. $J.40i4.40 Texas
steers. $1.1015.30 grafs western steers'.
$3.40 4.30 western cows and heifers,
and $5.007.25 veal calves.
Sheep Kstimated receipts for the
day. 12.000. Quotation? ransed at $3.30
frr4.no westerns. $2. 4.65 natives and
$4.00-5 5.65 lan of.
Milwaukee, Dee. I.
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No. 2 fjorthern. R4ff? 65c. Rye Steadv:
No. 1. S5ii
Barley le lower: N.
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2 114 -5 -'-'-ic.
14'j2c. Oats Vic lower;
Hav Timoihv llOail; ild, I7.50&8
Hutter-Choice to fair, 20c: fretb creamery,
Hens Sc per pound. ,
Sr-rin chickens- 6c.
Turkeys- So per ponnd.
Ducks 6c per pound.
Coal, soft lie.
Cattle Kutchers pay for corn fed steers
S-s; cows and heifers. calves,
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