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THE AUG US, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1900.
V id board at ZtM Foonh avenue.!
WArFK-OfRI-TOBELP IS FAMILY
..: :t,ree at l Kiirbt avenue.
NTKI' A CHAMBERMAID ANI
j:,!iOr- at me i omuierc.ai o..ri.
'ANTU)-A PARTS KE WITH SOMK
-cr.s. Lady rc-eterred. Address lock
hot 4!.'. Rock Island, 111.
riMKIi- KI'RNISHHJ ROOM MY A
enricnm"!. Aacre. s (five price !i)
,v " The Anil- omce
fAXTED- TWO Kl'I.I.Y FI'IJNI HKI
iKims lor liubt bouckeepicf. luaiiK
.p.V. Addres "H . ' A Iti.O.
ANTED PTPILS WISHING TO TAKS
orivaie lewnns m amcmr cu ao w m
-.quirl-ig at ;!710 Ir ifth avenue. Jones.
TirAVTI Il Tl7) T.AITICfjY ClUl.i. KX-
f V p,-nerc;u. ail aro'io. and one eiper- I
i ric-d irorcr. at the Kxeeli'uria'jLdry. I
WASTKI) SfiMCITOIlS Foil K X K 1
to ribl party, tall at :ili Twentieth street
I I r ASTEIW )D. RKLIA BLKOIL S A LF.S
? man. on rommMoo orsaiarv. AidreM
Quaker UU and lmplenuentcompacy, Cleveland,
WA NTEIJ T W O M EN COLLECTORS A S 1 1
solicitors for Rock Inland. Permaner.t
positions, fr Mitchell & Lynde iU4t.g. be
tween i and J p. m.
WANTK!-IiX.'AL SOLICITING AOENT
V V for accident insurance: one wbo can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
proiilao.e Address "E M ." Altow.
UANTI.II KIR ST CLASS ISSCRANCi:
If solicitor for an eld ime life io-ur.iri-
co.j.pai. v .'or district of Hook WjiuI :irid !
hue. Aodrtr-N. F. M. Itol'cs aiun.i.er IV1; iiey.
WA 'TF.U -A SMALL FAMILY Torn i t.
v u f iTi:sbed -roni hous in ru-ii -iMfc
for o-.vfirs tiourd or wouiil riiplov it v"-i
li'i isri-rper. I'P'y l":" Park i-dih', 1:iv
erii.or: WAN'TK.l A SITI'ATIOX AS IIOUSI-kc-rt-r.
or in smiili family. l-v :in eld-viy
(; riiKui yul Must be witu i..rn, .in .e..e.
'a, ii o' spent; .r u:iiler-luriU lini;liMi. . .'Uiess
M V . A lu.L S-
rAN'TFD-KF.sIDKST VALES MAN VIS-
r linu Inril'li rt It. I I.ib.s.. f 1 1 rn ! sli I n i
imI trades to solicit onlcrs on commis-i. ei.
uuicss. ti inn r-fert-m-e. i .V Co. ;.oM..-tii-
n street. CtiiaKo.
TA NTKU-SITI'ATIOS TO IX tlLN'LrT
T? .il liii'nework in sraiill f.iniiv ort'.do
sec.eiil work t y refined Aur ieau k' rl who i-
Kpcrienced In mmsecurk. Reference nr.ro
i! iciuired. Address "C !" Alt". I s.
-1 r A NTES'-TWO ORTHKKE LIVE I1LST
V V ;rs to hundie our line. We enn t make
you u i-aliby. but If you are ti:iel w.ib -'"
i.r 1 per weea drop w :i line. tx;iipse In
st. 1 i 1 1 1 nt ornpany. lies Moines, Iowa.
WANTFJ HONEST MAN OR WOMAN
to trnvel for larire house. Salary f'A
mf'nthiv and expenses with Increase. 1'osition
prrir anent. Enclose beil-addrc?tl starnped
envelope. Secretary, Sou Cazton building,
WANTED HCSTLINO AGENTS TO
sell our incandescent gasoline lamps.
Each burner produces Ioo-canlie power liKht:
ail stores want them: f khI inducements to re
liable salesmen. The Ohio illuminating coi
puny, Man.sUt.ld. Ohio.
WfANTKIl-Wi MEN' TO H!UN: THEIR
VV blrts. collars and ctitTs. and !" women
to --m1 us their f.imiiv washing at our spee-iU
eoiilrai't rates. AH worlt u uar.mteeil Hive
us voi.r mldress i lioue iSJ. we will do the
rcl fxeelior Laurnlrv compmy. HI Ea.-.t
Sn cruet-ntti street. Kork Iljnd.
r ANTKD-TO WAN MONEY ON DIA
YV rnonds. watches, jewelry, hardware-,
inii!cai Instrumentii. bicycles, clothing, dry
roods, furniture, etc. H.'best cash price
j.a'.d for second hand ifoods of all kinds also.
Trie aimvr koihIs for slo at half the usual
toreprices. All business transactlona strictly
corjt.deniUl. His new number and location,
liUI Seuund avenue. I on t f orget It. J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
1IOR RENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED
- rooms at UK! Second avenue.
1,"Vi: nr.NT A7-ROOM IIOI'SE ANI HARN
" at SiTI T hlrty ri.'hih street.. All uiodrrn.
Kent cheap if tak-n at once. I-aviuir the
eity. Impiire at alwve address.
l.lKB RENT AN s ROOM HOITSE. WATER
A and hath, on Thirteenth avrnue. Also
two rootiis furnished for liifht bouseUeepini; at
Zifi Eh-'hth avenue. Iminre ai al-ove ;idres.
"lOIt RENT AT I--J SECOND AVENCE,
-I. larifff nxims. well furnished: cas. hath,
nteam heat A ttrst-class heme ta!!e llest
loeatutn in the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
ACTIVE MAN WITH 37.-. CAN HKAKl'F
a Icjcitliiiai e business that net l-
tw een .'. and $'0 weekl bv attnoinir toil
tie dav in the week. W ill iiear closest tnies-tit-itioti.
For particulars address 1 ii ur
Wesley. Dili eliport. Iowa.
JF YOU WANT TO Hl.'Y. R ELL, TRADE
or rent anything eoifa;e help or secure a
Miuation. the MaU Is the one paper in Molir.e
that can do it for you. Mail w ants are popu
lar and Alail wants hrtnir results Oae-hif cent
per word is the priee to all aiike cash in aiK
v Alice -.'-cent stamps will do. Kveung and
SuntUiy Mall. Holme. 111.
Beltox, Mo., July 17.
For years I suffered terrible pqlns every
month and my doctor told me 1 could not
b cared except by an operation. I felt I
could Dot submit to trrat wuid was so des-
indent I had Riven up ail bi-pn oi a
husband Insisted on my tryme
Cardui and at last thank tiod I iT.d try it.
Last month 1 did cot have a pun, and did
a.l my work, which I had not dons iu seven
71' MRS. MINNIE LITTLE.
Modrttv is the crcwnir.e virtue of Arrericin womtn. It Is the trtlt
that all mankind admires. A m.iet wonun is the most pleasing of all
created things. Because of this becoming ntue thousands of w omen
prefer to surfer untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to a
physician, and to even think of sufm'.rtirifc to an examination is revolt
ing. They can't get their own consent to axi operiticyi. Wine of Cardui
permits sensitive women to retain their modestv. "With it they can cure
- female troubles" in the quiet of their own rooms. If special treatment
is required thev can write to the Advisory Department of the Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., and their letters will be promptly answered by
women trained in the cure of
UIIES AlVlSaiT llf AITsTtlT.
ForadTlce In c&ars rjsirtn special
atnK-u.MW. ad-lrMS. pt:n iirawni'.i,
B.k.BM:i ill. ( UalUnwo, Tru.
A LARCE BOTTLE OF WINE OF CARDUI
COSTS $I.OO AT THE DRUG STORE.
LETTER TO MRS. PIMCHAM.
lettek to kis. r:KHAM so. 7,104
" I cannot express ray gratitude to
ycm f-jr the g-ood that Lydla E. I'ink
liam'i Vcetalala Compound has done
for me. I hare taken five bottles of
the Compound and two boxes of Liver
Pills and fttl better in every respect.
I had suffered for years with dropsy;
the reins in my lirnKs burst, caused
from the pressure of the water. I had
the worst kind of kidney trouble, faint
ing spells, and I could not stand long
at a time.' 1 2.1 had female weakness
and the d--ctor said there was a tumor
in my left tide. The pains I had to
stand were something- dreadful. A
friend handed ir:e a little book of yours,
so I pot your liifdi'-ine and it has saved
my life. I felt better from the first
bottle. The bloating and the tumors
have all p-me and I do not suffer any
pain. I am still t:sin the Vegetable
Compound and Lo.e others may find
relief us I have done from its use."
Miss N. J. LotiiHLAI.T, lioS ltt, Kl.lZA-
Only tho women who hare suffered
with female troubles can fully appre
ciate the gratitude of those who have
been rston d to health.
.Mrs. l'inkiiam resj-onds quickly and
withoutehare toai 1 letters fromsuffer
v. utueu. il r address is Lynn, Mass.
: S A LE - AC' iRSK!! J-STOKY HOI'S E
: '. . I'urnir Fifth avenue and Mfth
.reet. Cien :f t ien m once. Hull Co.
I.10K SALF.-l'ASTEI'lt FILTER NEARLY
ne'. with M'n'n t:!tTi:ii.' tulie. ni'ki-;
plurrti uil mer iai te botiitit for hiilfis
or ii-'iiii' ni:. A liuiVAin. A llt-n. Myers A. Co.
,10K SALE-COAL IN ANY'QL'ANITY
of SO IjusheU or over at il.'h per ton. de
livered C . U. u anv purt of the city.
r.e:ive ordern u Cnm -ueri'i.ii house baroer
shop, Koc ill, 41 or Km Jutnes. Miliin
ITKlR SALE OR TRADE A LA ROE. HIGH
P lv improved fruit fa-in. located on Seven
tecum street South Heights. A special har
irain. A ppiv totioidy Hros , room t. Mitchell &
MONEY TO 1A)S.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
ratre Io,ir bv W. II Emstman. 1711 Sec
ond avenue, without pubillv or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
1XJST AND FOUND.
rOST A Fl'tt IUK ON FIFTH A VENt'E.
i between Ninth and Teuiii streets, last
Thur-dav evenins Finder retarn to AKors
ollice and receive reward.
ONLY TOUR OF
In rii!i:n:in' limst Compartment,
Drawing K00111. Library, Ohservation
and Dining i',;iun all Vestihuled
with the celebrated
Open Top Car "Chililitli."
Lonjrest 'J'our ever oil'ered longer
in Mexico, lonoer in City of Me.xieo.
limber in tropics. Only toui to
ruined cities. Special trains start
.Ian. L'it and March 0. Tickets in
clude all expenses everywhere.
I'nder Escort of the
American Tout 1st Association.
I li t Maniuette ItullOluc Chicago.
Hi. At' ("AMi-iif 1. 1., (ieneral Manager.
For maps. It mk.s of the t(ur, tick
ets, etc., call on Agents of the Chica
Milwaukee it St. Paul IV v.
SURE CANCER CURE.
Cancers. Tumors. Fistulas. Piles and all kinds
of sores ui:d Fleers Oired. No knife Used.
Ur. HuiUuu, Sr-eelallst. At I'rMnisu'i Canu
rer Institute, 16th St. and oth Aveoo
worrunlv weaknesses and irregu
larities. Then should be no hesita
tion. Delayed treatment means a
chronic condition. The longer
postponed the harder to cure.
Lirt ji bn i
RESULT OF A PRACTICAL JOKE
Inun; Man Who Was Its Victim Lies In
Critic ul Condition.
; Tomahawk. Wis.. .Ian. 13. .lota
I.en !!. a younn man ahotu year
, of a'e. whose parents re-:de at Har
rison. Wis., lis iu ; very critical condi
tion at tli. sisters' hosp'r:ii ;n tliis city.
f) the dirif-t i" ult -f a prsi-tic.-il joke.
Ir siiiiji the youi: tuaii was a IJelian.
and -ould not s!ak or -.understand
KfiKlifh. He was einployed in a toz-
??w fl rti n T'ii l..r-. 'I'l. ti-...c in
j camp. M-einir he was "areeii." thoiisht
! they would have sou.r fun with him
and so they took a 'tiu that was in
camp .nel by rloiirishiiiii it around
! talkiut: loii.l and looking and ioiutini
i at him. frishteiietl him so that he tan
out into ;ho woods, the iiieii ycliing and
alli:.ir att.-r him.
He was afraid they would surely k!'.l
Lim. so he ti:z :i hole In the snow find
remained in the woods for two davs
and three ni-hts. H would not allow
a person to iret near him. and was only
caught when he Imh anie so exhausted
he ciiuld vo no t'urtliei-. The doctor's
examination of his feet revealed the
fact that tliey were both badly frozen.
He will lose several toes and it m.iv be
iiecessary to amputate hoili feet.
TURBULENT ST. LOUIS ANS.
Almost a Illot In the House of Delegates,
and Talk of l.y nclilnj;.
St. I .on is. Jan. 1". The agitation
Ciiused by the failure of the Si. I.ouis
house of d'-leat s to ciintract for eleC
tiie 1 iiritiiitr for the alleys, parks and
city institutions culminated ycstetilav
in a demonstration lv itiva-ns at the
doors h-idint: to the delegate tloor such
as has never been witnessed !efore iu
the eity hall. A crowd niinibei ini: sev
?ral hundred howled, hooted and hissed,
and at times threatens! to break in
the doors leading to the delegates'
l!i.nr. Alfred I.iie. a pajre f the house,
At one rime a revolver was drawn
by the serjeant-at-arms of the house.
Henry I.. WeoUe. who trim rlel tin-door
leaditii; to the delei;ate tloor. ami sev
r:! I times before tlie arrival of the po
lice it lookisl as thoiltrli bliHulslied
could not Im- averted. Tin Arrival of a
jinliie serireant and a sit:id. together
willi a sp'ecli to the i-rowds from liuv
'rnor Siananl. eaiMioiiin-r theni to com
lii i I Ho overt nel. had the effect of
rpielliui; the disturbance. There were
numerous cries of "lynch them!" etc.
Iliill.liui: Imilci I nunrll -J oirns.
Milwaukee. Jan. 1!!. The National
I'.aililintr Trades council of America
yesterday passed resolutions raising
the per capita lax. Local unions which
have been paying . cent per capita
to the national IhmIv will hereafter pay
three-fourths of 1 -ent per capita. I.
cal unions having no national atiilia
tioiis will jay ." cents per capita in
stead of .". cents as formerly. Kdward
Carroll, of t'hicairo, was elec'd presi
dent, and H. XV. Steintiss. of St. I.ouis.
secretary-treasurer. Next convention
will beheld at Muncie, lml.
Frenk of tlie New llli hiniiiiil Cyclone.
Milwaukee. Jan. 1:5. After lyiiifr in
the woods north of New Ki hnioiid for
six months the chalice and paten be
I;:ej;ing to St. Thomas' church at New
Kichmotid. which was swept away in
the tornado last summer, have been
found. The vessels were twisted and
battered out of all shape am! at iiist
were almost unrecognizable, but un
der the skillful treatment of :l jeweler
have been Well restored and will be
returned shortly to the New Kich
Thler i-ts Elsjlit Veins.
Now York. .Tan. 1:5. Lewis K. rjtdd
siniih. for years the assistant cashier
of Port Jarvis in. l.i National bank.
who pleaded irnilty to an indictment
acetisin him of havini: stolen about
.vpMi.ooo from that institution iu less
than two years, has been sentenced to
serve ciuhi years in the penitentiary at
Sitiir Si n t:.
When II I nn lie Duly Han ceil.
Middlesboro. Ky.. Jan. 1:5. The Kev.
Wesley Hall, at llindmaii. Knott coun
ty, is reported to have shot and killed
Mrs. I.ucinda Isaacs, a sister of his
dead wife, and then to have shot him
self in the ali.lotiicn. Physicians say
he will recover. .Mrs. Isaacs would not
be his wife.
Lehiuann's Estate Worth ffi.o;,000.
Chicago. Jmi. 1:5 The will of the
late K. J. I.chmann. originator of the
lepartuient stole system iu this coun
try, was tiled for probate yesterday.
He left an estate valued at S.t iTtJ.ii G.
It all oes to his family.
letrlam! on Another Hunt.
5eor;:etown. S. ('.. .fan. 13. Ex
President Cleveland. Commodore K. C.
Keiiediet. Captain Kvans and a party
d friends arrived yesterday and went
down to the Santee Hun club preserves
for a week's sjiort.
Sxofi-l.l Tor Vtre I'reshtent.
Madison. Jan. 1.5. Tin Madison
Journal, the ortii ial Republican orsan.
j.riut a letter to the editor signed "A
15adger." in which tbivernor Kdward
svofiehl is proposed as a vice president-
Killed by a Falling Limb.
Tomahawk. Wis.. Jan. 13. Anton
Berber, of Ulair. Wis., was killed at
Wright's Spur by being struck on the
head bv a falling limb.
Horse Fall OrT a I'lnt form.
Peshtigo. W is.. Jan. 1:5. A horse fell
from ihe sorting platform in the rear
of the l'eshiigo mill and was iustantly
NEWSfA"CTS IN 3U2XTKK
The numlKT of deaths at Romtay
largely from the bubonic phi; ue.
jumped up yesterday from 'J0 to oTU.
The normal death rate is T.".
I-iwmn fund teubstTiptions have
?oat lied ssn.lni.
;ertuany has ordered that no war
materials bo sold to cither t.reat Brit
ain or the Hoers.
Father Mc;iynn's body was buried
In Cavalry cemetery. Rrooklyn.
A golden eagle, measuring seven and
one-half feet from tip to tip, was shot
at Lake Koshkonong. Wis.
Thonia I.inton. I'enver. Colo., is
lead He was Immi iu Kngland in lsi.
He had ben tyler of the Masonic grand
ledge f Colorado since 1T'5.
.Td:n Aynsley. nil age! pinnerr of
Lake etninty. disi at his home at Gil
mer. 111., aged S" yeats.
President Harjier re.ons that John
1 Iloekefeller has duplicated recent
cash gifts to the I'uiversity of CUica
J0. 3 SUUJ exceeding SoUO.OUO.
TRADE QUIET AND STEADY.
Leading Features in the Business World
I Noted by Bradstreet'.
New York. Jan. 13. Bradstret's
says: Quietness as to demand, but
marked steadiness as to prices, is still
the leading feature in trade lines.
Aggressive strength iu prices Is -oa-tined
to a few staples, sueli as jxirk
products. Tallow. ci.t'ouseed oil
and similar .' pro luvts are sympa
thetically strong. Haw and retined
sugar have both been advanced this
week. Iron and steel are extremely
quiet, but signs of weakness are uot
numerous, the shading in p!u iron, lteing
cotitineil to a few sirades an l markets.
Tlie immediate demaud for lumber is
uaturally seasonably ligiit. but the
strength of Miplies is notable, as evi
denced by the fact that whltV pine
stocks are per cent, smaller than a
Cereals have been almost hopeless
ly dull this week on the '-hand to
iuou'h" demand. Hides are dull at the
east, but considerable buying is re
ported west and limitations are fairly
firm. Leather remains quiet and firm.
Tl.. curent week'sr failures returns
reflect the annual clearing out of de
linquent traders iu a total for the wcik
of Lti."", as compared with -Jli last week.
3i4 in this week a year ago. :23 in
is! is. 47S in lsiiT aud 41'J in lS!tt.
THREE SCOREJaRE DROWNED,
I'robably More, in the VV reeked Vessel (Iff
the eu fundlanil Const.
St. Jones. Nd.. Jan. 13. The follow
ing coniK-ise all the details regarding
the wreck iu St. Mary's bay tiat could
be obtained up to midnight: Tlie ship
is a two-niasted steamer, of nearly it.
OtKl tons, and probably carried a crew
of sixty, with possibly some passen
gers. She went ashore before day
break ou Thursday, .striking a ledge at
the foot of the cliff, where escape was
hopeless. The crew launched the boats
but probably during tiie panic some
were crushed against her sides, others
being swamped, and all the occupants
apparently perishing. Not a sul was
saved from the vessel.
Many dead bodies are visible toss
ing in the surf. Two of them thrown
up in a cove cannot be reached owing
to the heavy sea. One is thought to
be that of a woman. Boats and oth
er wreckage are tttrewn among the
rocks for miles. A messenger who has
just arrived from Peter's river reports
that a trunk idled with woman's cloth
ing has been wwished ashore there, as
well sS a garment . which is either a
waterproof cape, such as used by a
woman, or a man's overcoat.
Conway Identified1 as a Itobker.
Sioux Citv. la.. Jan. 13. John Con
way and l.'obert It.iymoml have been
identified by 1'reil Bigfoft. cashier of
the Horcshoe restaurant, and otlwi's,
its the two men who held up the place
Christmas night and seen ret I Jf2t from
the chash register. Steven S. Conway,
of Chicago, general superintendent for
Armour .V Co.. is the prisoner's broth
er. At hen advised by wire of ins
brother's predicament, he replied im
mediately: "Spare no expense to get
my brother out of trouble."
Lost His Lire In a Kn nanny.
Alffotna. Wis.. Jan. 13. Jacob F.lah
nek. a wealthy farmer living near this
citv. was nearly killed in a runaway.
Chicago Grain and Prolines.
Chicago. Jar.. 12.
Followln-r were the quotations on the
Chicaco Board of I rade today
29c per lb
Butter Kxtra creamery,
; extra dairy. 25c; racking
P-pgrs Fresh stoik, ISc
Dressed pou'try Turkeys.
choice, 9'iTlOc per lb; fair to good. tr'V
9c: chicker.s. hf-ns, 7-ifisc; springs. S'iB
8'ic: ducks. 84t(i9c; peese. .&8c. I'ota-
f,,t-?Falr to choice. 3ft 4Sc. sweet po
tatoes lllln.ds. J2.7rif('3.0i; per brl. Ap
des $1.50 2.00 per br!. Cranberr:-
Cape Cod. $6 00Li6.75.
Chicago Live Stork.
Chicago. Jan. 12.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
27 Ouo. Sales ranged at. Jf 1.05(5 4 45 for
pif9. $4.40 4. 2' for light. $4.4.'.tii 4.:.0 for
i-ough packing, $4.3u(if4.iU for mixed and
$4.555r4.72'T. for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 3 000. tjuotatlor.s ranged at $G.z5
tfiS.60 for choice to extra steers. $5.00
Jifi.20 for good to choic e do.. $I.K0(fi 5.43
for fair to good do.. $4 10Ti4.70 common
to medium do.. $4 004 40 butchers'
steers. $4 4r"&C.2. fed western steers,
SJ.134i-4.70 feeding steers. $2.00fi4.2".cow.
J i.OOii 4 h: heifers. $2.S0Sji4 25 bulls and
oxen. S3. .i.?n wi stasrs. -" texas
Pteers and $4.00f7.5O veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts Tor tne
day. 9.000. Qudatior.s ranged at $3.6')
6i 4 SO westerns. $300t4.S5 natives. $r,.ui
fit 6.25 western lambs, and $4. 30ft 6.23 na
Milwaukee. Jan. 12.
Wheat Firmer: No. 1 northern. 63
6lc: No. northern. '.3Vst'uile. Rye
Steady; No. 1. 6 .Jt tioVjC. tsaney
Steady: No. 2. 3at6e: sample. 34644c.
Oats Steady; No 2 while, 2j'ic.
Hsy T tnothv t0810. "
Butter Choice to fair Joe; fresb e eaiue y,
Hens-5c per pound:
Spring Chickens -6c.
Coal Soft. lie.
Cattle Butchers pay foe corn fed steers
.t".v. cows and h iters. 3jl ', : calves. SfHs
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
TtB Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
WAS A HOT THREE ROUNDS.
McCoy aud C!ioynkl Had at New Vork
Kid Wins the (lout.
New York. Jan. 15. Choynski's -c
onds threw up the sponge at the end of
the third round of the tight last night
Both fought erratically. First round
Honors even and hard hitting. Second
Choynsk: knock M-.-Coy down four
t:n;es runu:::g. Mi Coy bleeding at
nose and mouth. Third McCoy hac
the best until CuoyusUi knocked him
diwn. McCoy n.ok seven seconds to
get up and then Choynski's legs gave
ou. and McCoy mixed up.
Both landed at the same moment
on jaw and both went down. When
thev went at it again the bell raug
Neither heard it. AfL-r the bell ran
McCov hit Choynski in ihe.iuw and In
went down. When the bell rang fi
the fourth round Choynski could not
Chovnski had the tight won in the
second round. McCoy's second admits
this. But the timekeeper made a mis
take, ringing the bell to end the roiiiii
forty seconds loo soon, and just as Mo
Cov rose, after taking the limit, from
his fourth knock-down at Choynski's
hands. Joe outpointed the Kid during
neatly the whole tiL'ht. M. -Coy's luck
saved li i in. Neither Chovnski nor
his seconds claim any crookedness,
and tlie men will right airain l-'cb. 'Jrt
While the fight was going on a spo
tator named Sabin. it is believed, died
of heart disease.
lies Moines. la.. Jan. Id. I ne an
nual convention of the Iowa Veterinar
ians Association has closed. .1. H. Mi
I.eod. of Chillies City. was chosen
president and Johu K. Brown, of
Oskaloosa. secretary. A legislative
committee was appointed to urge the
passage of the legislation to protect
against the spread of tuberculosis iu
Ilcuse Only In Session.
Washington. Jan. l.'l. In the house
vesteidav Snlzer of New York tried to
have immediately considered a resoln
lion for a special committee to inves
tigate the treasury's relations with
New Vork national banks, etc. I it 1 --i
ll and Hopkins objected. A number
of uninteresting measures were intro
duced and the house adjourned to
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There is a movement on fo.t to prohibit six
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C3nstitut:o . Hut are not Hhuks il jne evety
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