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TTIE AUG US, SAT UK DAY, FEBRTJART 3, 1900.
ANTKD-NCRSK 1IRL AT 8J2 FOUR
teenib-ar.d a, Dili street.
ANTED HOARDERS. CHOICE BUUMb
and board at sea Fourut ayenua.
TANTH) A COMPCTEKT COOK. CJKR
tukii preferred, at l5 Nineteenth street.
t t UAXTF.D- COMPETKVT GIRL VOR
V general houewotl( at Sn Twentieth
7ANTED WASHINCJ AND IRONING TO
it lit at home or away. Inquire al 4C9
"llf A N'TKU-NURSK PKL. INJIIKK OF
XMl iam HucLuorz. First aien'e anu
K:gbteenth s reet.
TITANTKO- ;OoI CIKL FOR fJKXKKAI-
housework at the rirst Avenue hotel;
l.-'tO First Jit-sin;
"Xt'ANTED A CIRL FCK i;KN"KIAT,
bwiM?wor. Apply at al S 1 went
fCDil sl net.
WANTP.O FOI.'R Olt FIVK RXM Ki.AT,
with modern convergences if posf-itile.
Stale price "ail uu or address J K. Dorn,
lirANTPU-TH-O CIIJLS FOR DIN INC
I'xim. chamber and laundry lt a;
l.h. Stcontl avei.je.
"llTANTf:il-A PARTS KR WITH SuMK
n.ens. Ladv nref erred. Address Iock
hoi 4.".'. Kock Island, in.
WANTF.D TWO FCLLV Ki-:XIIIKji
rooms for light housekeeping Young
ro'.ple Addresi "It.." AluU'i.
WANTKIi-A NI'.MUKKOI' FIRST CLASS
soiil-ren at one? Siimientjun' Manu
facturing company. Kciibsburg, lii.
WANTED PCHILS WISHlNU TO TAKE
private lessons In danclcg can do ao by
enquiring at :r7l0 Flf m avenue. Jonea.
11TANTKI) SOLICITORS FuR Flu K IS
V land and Moline. 4 ;od paving business
to right (.arty. Caij at :ill Tvrem letb street
WANTED GOOO. RKLIABLKOILSALKS
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and ln.pieicecl company, Cleveland,
WANTE1J-T WO MEN COLLECTORS AND
T f solicitors fur Kock Island. Permanent
positions, hv Mltcbcd & Lyude h'j'J'JuiK. be
tween 6 and fl p. zu.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to tint business to make It
proUtable. Address "K M.. "AKOLS-
WANrKH-A SITUATION AS lUU'SK
11 keeper for a gciitlferiari or in a small
ftm Iv bv a rr:.llie-aeil iaiiv oii;iit,,e or car
ing for cbililrcn. Call or address .'sll F111U
M x 1 h .1 reel.
ANTF.D-KNF.KilKTII.' .MAN TO TRA V
? t el arid appoint agents in Illinois. MihI
ei ale sulary and ejpei: .i;s i s ds foiiiiitisiou.
I'loiuoi l- n. Kefermcet, T " unU :tii Ik-jr-liol
WANTED - A (ifXTI.KMAM TO I!OA 1M).
w ho dlres Ihf ooiufuris if a hoiui in
irivute f.imilv. All mtMteru ont,iiien-e-,.
! win loi":ii ion and refcrem'e triven. Adilrers
'. C . A Ki.ts 1 m je.
WANTH')-HONEST MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for lar Louse. Salary i;s
monthly arid expenses wlib Inerease. Position
permanent. Enclose self-:Mldre.s.sed stamped
envelope. Secretary, Juo Caxtou LuudlLK,
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell our lncarirteseent (rasoline lamps
Eacb burner produces loo-canille power liRbt:
all iores want them: pood inducements to re
llhle salesmen The Ob 10 LUuaiinaUni; corn
pauy, Mant.Ilt.ld. Obio.
WANTKO-Wn MEN TO BRING THEIR
v shirts, collars and eufTs. and li women
t-i semi us their family washing atourspec'al
contract rates. All work guaranteed, lilve
us your address by phone tJt.t. we will do the
ret. hx'el-ior Lui'idrv eornpimv. Ill East
Seventeenth street. Rjek I.-land
Xr ANTED TO U)AN MON FA" ON DIA
TT monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
Kojds. furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
pa'd for second hand jroods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
I rt:M Second avenue. Don t foruet lu J. W
Jones. Two rlnics on 1347.
LIOR RENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED
" rooms. Apply al '.'-'l Fourth avenue.
1.1 R ?NT-
-NIC-ELY FI RM SHED R' KJMS
1 with board
al ll."-' Third avenue, oppo
sit e court house.
141oR KENT A NICELY Fl'KSIsIIED
room with beat and bath. App'y at
l.lOrt RENT A FURNISHED ROOM WITH
bath beat ami ras. ;entieuian preferred.
Iniiuire at lS5i Third avenue.
IIOR RENT A NICELY FI'KJJISHEI
sleepi'.iu room for per month. .Mrs. C.
t Baker. s-JI Twenty-sec nd street.
J li l KENT FIRST FLOORiFOUK KO MSi
and one room up stairs at !Mi. -seventh
avenue. Inquire at 1110 Seventeenth street.
FOR KENT-THREE OR FOUR IM'l'R
riisned rooms up stairs or four -, ins
tlown stans. suitable for lik'ht LouseKvepnu at
tr.'io Sixth avenue.
IpOR RENT-ATI SECOND AVENUE,
' I arte rooms, well furaisbed; K.vs, batb.
team beat. A first-class brme talue I test
location In the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
I.lOU RENT -NICELY FURNISHED !Ii KIM
wiiu I-oard ard UHslern eonv en:eric,s for
two j.'e!'t!emen: also furni-hed rroni witl.out
lieat. home c.s.U:i:- and coclra.iv located
lill Ftmrib avenue.
I.ViK SAI.K-A STEARNS RACER. IN
; ;uire al i'ouimerciul hotel.
I.'R SALE -A CORNER -STORY HOUSE
I :'.:.. corner Fifth avenue and F.fth
street Clieap if taken at onee. Hull .v Co.
1."HItSAI.E-FIRST- LASS PIANO 11AR
uain. if ta-i.-n al once Apply Mr.. Krank
Sherman, three doors west of fclaa strce: uu
FR SALE -PASTEUR FILTER. NEARLY
new. with seven niter nir tubes c ckel
platen a.l over Can be bought for tia.f its
ori.-ta' cost. A bargain Alien. Myers Co.
FOR S ALU. TWO LARGE AND TWO
tmaii Honors: -ii !mr eases and .tort
tlirjres and burU coal stove. A pp.. a; Mrs
IVwketibury. maiioery ore. iyv "second ave
nue. IrVR SATJ5 C11AL IN AVli" QUANITY
' of bO bushels or over at tl.'b per ton. de
UereU C. ). D. l any part of the eitv.
Ieave orders at Commercial house barber
fcbop. Rock Island, or Euo Jatnea. Ui'.an
IjlOR SAIJ: OR TRADE A LARCH HIGH
lv improved fruit fam located on Seven
teenth street "south iielh'bta. A srs-cial bar
rain. Apply toKeidy Hrua, room 4. MiteheU 4
LOST AND FOUND.
TOST A FUR lH ON FIFTH AVENUE.
J between Miiili and Tenth streets. lat
Thursday evenin. Finder return to ARAL'S
pXce and receive re w ard.
Bronchitis generally begins with a
exrror.on cold ; if not c ured it becomes
dangerous and thousands die from
bronchitis annually. Dr. John W.
Kuli'8 Cough Syrup, the best remedy
for thij diseanp. cures it in a few days.
Will promptly cure Bronchitis.
Joss are sir. nil t! plt-assnt to rake. ' Doctors
recuiniuciiti :t. IiUc 5 ct. At ail iiruggis,ts.
MONEY TO LOAN.
lrOSEY TO LOAN CHATTEL, MORT
all. traae loans by W. H Kjkstman, 7Ii Sec
nd avenue, wittou! pub.itv or removal. He
i!s- manes coliectiocs hard oi.es a specialty.
l-loRTUNi: TELLER-GET YOUR PAST,
L preet,t ani fit'. re tod. llustnes troub-
s. i )ve a.'ia rs etc . trutDiu i? tola anu sail
faction i uarsiit e-cl Ieiis lortune for a.i
ceiiis. Mrs. Jiuii r -..-'i rotinu avenue.
IF YfTT WANT TO BUY. SELL. TRADE
or rent I'.ny tfi'.r.z. er.natre telp or secure a
:tcai:ou ihe Mali is ti ot.e paper in Moline
Uat can do it for iu. Mail v. ants are poTu-
lar and Mil warns orlru.' results One-naif Cent
per wwrd the iiriee To ail aiike ca.sh in adr
b anc:. .'-',c:t stamps win uo. r.veninjf ana
-ur:dav ..la'l. Moiine. lu.
Estate of Wi: i.ini J. Irvin. deceased.
The underpinned havitur been appointed ad-
miuistratrix ! tne estate of William J.
Ir.in, late of the county of Rock ls-
ar.d. sta'e o: IU:noLs. deceased, hereby
rives notice tt;t sue w;:i appear before
the courity e'turt of Rock i-.!and otir.ty. at
th county court room. In the c ty of Rock Isl-
mu. al the Apr:' term on the tirst .VnnthiT
.prii next, a winch t'me all persons
hat iri.t ;anns aia;:ist saul estate are uotihed
and request t ! to a'teud. for tne purpose of
biii.il1.' the siiine adjusted.
Ali persons ii del. ted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated ijis - day Fei.ruarv. A. D. IKO.
Mks. I'l. 'rtK.' kIkvj.v. Ailtiiiiiisiratrix .
Estate of R!ide:::ie Re. ,ia. deceased.
Tne undersuricd haiirnf been appointed ad
m 1 1:1st r atn o; t n; es' ate of Randeiine Reijua
late of the county of Rock Island, stale of Illi
nois, deceased, nereby j-ives notice that she
will appear before tne county court of Kock
Island county, at trie county court room, in the
city of Rock Island, at tl.e April term, on
the irst Monday in April next, at which
lime aii persons hav.ni; claims axalnst said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose of having tl.e same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated U'l-i .'"th dav or .Iuni;::tv. A. D.
Kmii.v F 'ikk man. Administratrix.
Sale of ICeal KsUite.
By virtue of an order and decree of the
county i 'ourl of Koe'i iiaud countj. Illinois,
tlli'de.iri tie' pel ii ion .if Mie U!id-rs '!id. ii
liam II Doonari acuiinistratorof the estate of
Freilenck Ili.cikN'V. iii i'i':i-iil for leave to sell
the e:d e-.l:ieof Naill lo'Ceaseil. at liie J.11111-
arv term A. D l:ii. of said court, to-wit: On
ibe s hd.i. January. li'O. 1 sha'l on the
7th day or 1 'e ni.try i t'. b-t ween the ho-.i's
if PJ o clock ;u Mie forenoon and A o dock in
Iht a.'te-iio 1: i f s ud dav. sell a! puiiii sate
at. tl.e riKii'iii'iif ; lie coui L no ise m me city
of !:-.-i, Isiatal il c-aul cou'p . . llje realtsta'.O
deeri : ied a t ' -llou s tn-w u :
7'.. a .if-i 'in!: 1 f t'ie rvr'!i-.est uarter
('41 of section : wenty-one 1. m lo.vusu.p
si.xiern 1 l'i. nor: h ra' ife tbrc e i.ti west of the
lou-'.h 1 riueiimi 1111 idt.1-1. coPta.nin eighty
(' ae;it in, ire 01 !-s
A lso the north t'it.t iiiar'er ' , 1 of t h - sotit h
west ipjarter of secii'n t t nty-one in
township sixteen 1 !). north riinire three (H).
west or the fourth principal meridian, contain
inx fortv O'' acres more or less
Also trie following, vi: HeKinninx at a point
in tl.e e.ist lint of tl.e south w t st qu irter Ct 1 ol
s'C ion number twenty-one -" in tow ship
numbers-.tcr:i 1 I'o tmrthof runnc numbo-three
i.ti e.s' 01 -lie fourth ilihi iiriucipal meridian.
Linttv-live i..n r iiis r.oitn of the southeast
corner of t l,e nor! -i fme-bal f 1 S 1 of thenortli-we-t
uuainr ( 41 of section number twen v-M-ht
1 .'s 1 m township nuriiner sixteen i'-'i
north ranuc ti.ree -.vest of the fourth friu
eip-il neridiun. tl.ece north sixty -Hire (rtft
rod- more or iss to iht: northeast corner of
t he sni. th h.ui 1 1 of said sout h est quarter of
seerion nundicr ; u ent -ne 1-1 1: thence west
at Turin uncles, one hundred and sixty (lVi
rods to the wes. i rie of sad section number
tentv-one iJl thence south aloti; said west
line si t y-l: e (ii r,Kls: thei c.e e;k.st one hun
dred s.vty ib'idi r ids 'o the point of beln
nint;. co-t a'ninc sixtv-tive oi acres more or
less. All .ii the county of Rock Islaud and
M iif 01 II inois. on the following terms, to-wit:
For cash in hand at the date of sa d sale.
Dated ttu "! h day ot January. A. D. .0.
WILLIAM H DOO.NAN.
Adminis raror m the tstate of Frederick
Sami ki K. Kkntwimitht. Solicitor.
State of Illinois. I
County of Rock Island, f
County court of Rock Island county. To the
February term. A. D . 100.
.lolin.l. liuu'lev. a-lnuriistrator of the estate
of. I ames E iir tik'tou. deceased, vs Melvina
oulter. Marirarel l'oland llli. abetu K'ankins.
Clara rrtin. on. Ella Edirinirt in ard Nellie
l jli:.n-!on and Elmer Lee. Petition 10 sell real
est te to piiv ilents.
AiTldavitof the non-residence of Me'vina
Coi.itc . M iiv trel Toia d. Eli betb Ra'.kins.
Clara Edi'lntrt on Ella Edeinucoii a"d Nellie
lnlnint'i'jn defendant Dove named, bav
inir beeu Hied in the oflloe of the clerk of the
eountv court of Kock Island countv. no
tee is berebv irlteti to the said Melvina
Coulter. Margaret Toland. Eliabeth Ra ki s.
Clsr Eilirintoii. Ella EdiTiO'ion and Nellie
Ed'ini;ton. taut the said plaiutifT adaVnis r
tor ot the estate James Edt-inirt n. de
ceased, has jiied bis petition in the aid
county court of Rock Isaaud county for nr.
order 10 sell the premises be.ou'iiiir to the es
tate of said d 'e-ased. or so much of ib as m y
be needei to par th debts of slid deceased
and describea as follow, to w it:
1 . 11s 10 ir 1 1 1 111 bi ' tnirty five (Ii) in ti r
vula-'eof Aniliiiiii.i. iu tne county of Rock
Island and state of l.'.ino.s aid thtl a suln
mons has been issued out of this court airatnst
y ou, ret urn i-ie at 1 he Fe'TJ i y term A LI
of sum 1 urt. to be ho den 00 the flr-t
M'i!id;.vo! Kr'.irm'v A. D linO. at tbi court
house in Kock ls.at:J in Rjck Island county,
Now. unless vo i. tl.e said Melvina Coulter
Margaret I 4land i.ii be'li liaai-lns, C.lsra EJ
intr. Ela.ii K ii. lot' ti ti and Nellie eida;ini:toa.
(ball persniiiv board appear be fore kaid coun
ty couri of R.'ic 1 -1 iuju irountv. on lb nrst
dav of the Mu-eh :trn thereof. 10 tie holden at
Kock island, in sa.d county. on thecrsl ilo.iday
of March, ton. and p ead. answer or demur
10 the sa.d i'rDliim;iDt'!i petition riled tnereln.
the same and the matter and tbnirs therein
chartred and stated will betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered as-aicst you according to
the pruver of sai t bill.
rtoc island. Uiinoia. Ja':ua-y Z. IWO
H B HrBBAKO Clerk
Ativirt P.ai'iir s CjT.'j.:niit s Solicitor
COKDITIOIf OF TEADE.
Erndstreet R-ports Business Better Than
a Year Ago.
New York. Feb. 3. Bradstreefs
E.nvs todav: Weatln-r inCuences have
played no small part iu tin- jreneral
trade situation this wfk and yet
fcoute of ill umjiuestioiiable iuiprove
meut iu tone ran hardly lie vharjied to
tlit mure reasonable weather experi-
em etl. Whatevvr the i nuse-i. however,
ami tliese have beeu llverse. the fact
remains that a itui-iber of staples, no
le!s than speculaiive M-i-urities. have
hardened iu value d'lHujj the week.
I lie inntieiiee of voider weatlir is
pi-n-epiible In the wueat market. Much
of the winter-sown i-rop is unproieeted
by snow and other influences of
strength in this n:arket have been tlie
reKrrs as to foreign eriip. the Ar
gentine plague ami , -niis'iuent
utren-rlh of Kili'olK'.'Ul advices.
In distributive trade the reports for
fhe month of .January vary with the
branclies of trade eoiiierued. Uetail
distiiliiiiion was undoubtedly unfa
vorably unvoted by mild weather, and
sioi ks of retailers in some sections of
t!io ootuiTry are rejKii'tel lai tre. n
sprintr ihi-uiint. however, tlie January
business appears to have been iu a
hi'-h decree satisfaetury. shipments
from leadiiisr leniois l.eint: much
heavier than in January a year atro.
I'.tisiliiss failures for the week in
the I'nJed States are only 171. as
ooMipared with 17- hist week. I'i'T ill
this week a year au. ";'." iu lv'.es.
:',ii."i in ls:7. aod .""is in ls:n;. I'or tlie
week I'auadiau failures uttuibered
only "1. as lompared with .'ID hist
week, .'ill ill this week a year atfo.
in IN! s. .".n in In'.iT. and mi 'in IW:
Costly lireul "k olliiestow 11. O.
Yountrstowti. o.. Feb. :'. I.ate at
ni-iiit tin' broke out in tlie -Mi Kh'oy
Furniture ootnpauy"s ston ami extend
ed to J. M. Kuw er A: Son's store of dry
ouds. and to tlie uiljoiuint; block oc
cupied by ;. M. Mi Kcivey A: Co. The
total loss will aj.'iretrate between .4(KI.
(mni and Sr-iHi.oiKi. The individual loss
es are: Mi Klroy and Kuwer. .".'imi.
ihhi: Scott iV Jones, piano tleulers. !S4u.
Doo: MeKlvey A; Co.. SJi M 1.1 11 11 1. The
loss is cov ered by N per cent, of insur
ance. Ti rittin of the lire is un
known. IN e w .Mail Itoute tit Aluskn.
Wasihiii'Zton. I'eb. .'!. The postotlii-e
department lias di. t cted ttiat a short
er mail route, entirely within Ameri
can territory, shall be established to
communicate with the Cape Nome Sold
liehis. This will be from Katmai. on
the coast., via Xushattok and Si.
Michaels and will be several hundred
miles shorter lhan the present one by
way of the Yukon river. The lirst trip
will be made next March. The service
over this route will ! continued next
liris'iiin Scientists I nder Arrest.
Lincoln. Feb. "11 the complaint
of Health Ot!ieer Kliode warrants- were
yesterday afternoon sworn out for tlie
arrest of Mrs. I ion Cameron. Thomas
Harrison and wife and Mrs. Stewart,
dii lighter of the Harrison's. All ui
Christian Scientists and the warrants
follow tlie death of a child of Mrs
Stewart while under treatment of Mrs.
Cameron at tlie Harrison homo. The
complaint charges violation of the
Lincoln health laws.
To Almlisli Oltin- of -slate Printer,
lies Moines. Ia.. Feb. :!. Ity a vote
of t- to 4o the house refused at llooll
to concur in the senate joint resolution
tocleet ii statet printer and binder. This
elect a stale printer and binder. This
is taken as an indication that t'.ie
house favors alxilisliin-r ihe two of-
ties. A joint resolution was passed to
elect trustees for the several state in-
titutions on Tuesday next.
I'lielps f 'miilition I'm liainreii.
New Haven, dim.. Feb. ."..The
plosician altemlinir the Hon. K. J.
I'lielps stated shortly before inn In 1 l; tit
that tin- patient's condition remained
unchanged. He had piite a comfort
Tariff ; stem for Puerto Iticn.
AVashiiitrton. I'eb. :i. At a special
meet im: of the ways and means com
mittee yesterday it was decided 10 re
port a bill 'stabilishin a tariff system
for Puerto Ki-o on a basis of li.i per
rent, of tlie rates iu the regular tariff
of Chicago Praises
Pills. They Have
Cured Him of
I Ss tr
Chicago. III., Augr. 3o, 1599.
The Dodda Medicine Co., buifalo. N. Y.
Gentlemen: Your Kidney Pills are all that
you claim for them. I had been a sufferer for a
long time from Rheumatism, and Dodd's Kidney
Pills Is the only remedy that ever did soe any
good. I am completely cured and recommend
Dodd's to any one suffering from Rheumatism.
Dodd's Kidney Pills en re all
Diseases of the Kidneys.
Sold by all dealers in medi
cine. 50 cents a box or ftix boxes
for $150. Sent on receipt of
price br The Dodda Medicine
Co.. Duifalo, N. Y.
AND 11EALINU CUKK
Easy and pletaLt to
u-e. Contains no In
It t9 quickly ab
GW s relief at once
It opens and cleans the Nasal Passages.
Allays lnfiammation, llesl and Protects
the alenibrane. Restores the Senses of Taste
and SmelL Jaiye Sire 50 eetiLs at DroK
glsts or by mall. Trial Siz 10 a nts by mail
ELY UBOTHERS, b6 Warren St. New York
BULLER STILL ADVANCING.
Continued from First paire.
which war siiould be conducted as ap
plicable to South Africa, says: "The
l'.ocis have no frieat cities. I'retoria
and Illoeml'oiitciti are not centers of
national life, like I'aris and London.
To occupy them, therefore, would
have little ofTisrt. unless after tlie do
feal 01 the Boer. army.
"Tje Boer power is the body of citi
zens coiistittitin the army. It is. tlierc
fore. our lirst business to crush the
bi-est army, namely, that iu tlie
vicinity of I.adysiuith. Though tliere
have lici-ii apparently trooiis eaousrii
in South Africa. General I'.ullei- has
never had suriieient number ter lids
purpose. Accordingly the outlines of
the war reveal no bold and clear con
ception. Fiitil tlie strategical idea
Miiei'.cs and control. the whole opera
tion there can be no decided turn in
ltDir.S A It II I.K.VVING.
ArrorilinK to llelioirrmiis Kerelveil from
London. Feb. .'!, -I:pi si. m. Ilelio-
jrrams Hashed lmiii I.adysmith three
days :v'o say that the Boer invest
ment lines then were thinniutr and
that the beseijrers were movintr in
force toward the Tuela. iiiilicil inu
that a collision was expected there.
fliis intelligence bears out. other sins
that General Buller luiposes a flesh
attack. the war ollne continue; to
reveal uothiii.tr of what has happened
in Natal. Without exception the mili
tary critics iciraid with dismay tlie
prospect of a renewal of the assaults
unless General Bnllcr lias been heav
ily 11 iuloiis-d: ami thero is nothiitu
0 indicate thai this is the case.
Lord Kitchener has been traveling
from army to army in northern Cape
Colony and General French, by in
st ritei ions, is iiow in Capo Town eon
sultiiiir witli Lord Kobciis. Lartre eu
sriiieeriiiir constructions tire proccedi ii";
at Mnilib-r river. siiiTiresi iurr that Lord
Mel linen's fortified camp has been se
lected as the base from which to in
vade the Free State. Numerous sid
ings, platforms and warehouses arc
beiii"; built, and a pcrmanci.i railway
bridge is well advanced.
German st ratejrists assert that the
topography (1f the country would
make invasion easier from Kimberiev
and the district northward than from
the mote ruirired rev-ion of Slerk
strooiu or Colesbertr. Therefore thi-y
infer that the combined British forces
Till overwhelm tlie Boers at M.-mors-fontein
and first relieve Kimbeiiey as
an incident of the invasion
Are .Joining t lie'Iloers.
London. Feb. :?. The correspondent
of tlie The Times at Lorenzo Mai'ipies.
telegraphing yesterday, says: Crowds
of liiiiitary-iookitii; men are still land
ing here. Purintr t!ie hist two days
more than a hundred, described as
picious. have arrived in fo'i'mnn steam
ers. These include a number of smart
Mien, evidently oilicers. hut most of
them are low -class, penniless adven
turers. This- nmrnin-r some twenty of 1
the better sort left for I'retoria. Many :
of them wore riding boots and carried t
field irlassos. They were assiduously ,
attended by a Transvaal detective. j
Ontrniee Near t'npe Town.
London. I'eb. :?. Th" Capo Town
rorrespondent of The 'l imes telegraph
ing yesterday says: "As a military
train was iraveisinct Ucxriver pass
today an unknown individual tired
a shotpin and killed n soldier. Tho
occurrence of this outrage so pear
Cape Town sti"e;ests the advisability
of reconsiderinir the decision not to
enforce martial law throughout tl.e
Free Stater Want to Ouit.
Cr.pe Town. Feb. ". Ii appear? be
yond di it'll it that the Free State burgh
ers are becomins: tired of tlie war and
it is rumored that some influential
Free Slate leaders have entered into
secret negotiation wiih the military
authorities with a view of ascertain
In? what terms Great Britain would
be disposed to offer, should they leave
their Transvaal allies.
firrtnan Ilnrk Marie ICeleasefl.
Dm ban. Wednesday. Jan. ill. Tl.e
hospital ship Maine has arrived here.
The German bark Marie, captured
early In Jaiwary with a load of sul
phur by the British cruiser Fearless,
has been formally released.
Agree on Illll Kill.
Waediinirton. fVK o- The house
postortVo lommittee .yesterday atrreed
on ill Lud bill r latin? to secotid
ilas mail matter, except as to s.-e-tioirs
C and V, rela.in? to sample copies,
wli'o o are pi"1 under consideration.
Hank KIr i f ashler.
Kewaunee. Wis.. Feb. o. L. Alliert
Karel has recently ls ti elected cash
ier of the St. lie bauk of Kewaunee.
w--f-;v .-x ' i fl " If I I
r . --s -ss. - w j i 'i i m -J r a si . a . -4j- m
CHARGES OF BRIBERY.
Are Still He in- Untie on Until Miles in the
t lurk t use.
Washington, Feb. ;. Tlie defense
in the case of Senator Clark, of Mon
tana, befoie tlie senate committee uu
privileges and elections yesterday be-fc-iil
the presentation of its side of the
controversy. The lirst half of the day
was ?ivell to three witnesses for the
memorialist.-, after which Thomas T.
Lyons, county attorney of Jefferson
county, was pat on the stand by Mr.
1 aulutier in Clark's behalf. His esti
iiiuuey wa rather starthiiu in several
tespifts. lie bronchi Kepresciuat ive
Campbell one of liie attorneys for the
pl'osei 111 ioli iii'o the colli I'l'V elsy as ail
active participant in the case, saying
that Camp'.iell had promised his sr., 01I11
to testify in the case aeiaiusl Clark iu
this pfo.sci Utioll.
He had jireviously been a worker
for Clark and said that he acted iu this
matter at the instance of C. W. Clark,
playine. the part, as the witness put it.
"of a Whiteside mi the other side. '
Acciirdinuly. he said he had visited
Campbell. Alter hoariiit; his proposi
tion to testify that several members, of
the loc.isl.-i; ure had been to his knowl
edge bribed. Campbell had aareed to
pay hiui the sum mentioned for the
evidence, afterward areeinv: to double
it. He said that afterward Campbell
liriil told him thai lie (I.yonsi would
ruin him (Campbell 1 if lie revealed
these facts before tlie committee, but
tlat he hat never said to Campbell
Th.tt the story he had told Campbell
he Would tell was false.
Kopn Court Issues u Slav of llecii?imi
I lltil si ltclicuriii; 1 lite fuse.
1 es Moines. -Ia.. I'eb .". In the case
of West vs. HI. in which the supreme
colll't re ln'.i led a decisioli that closed
most of tin- saloons iu tlie iuienor
towns of Iowa, application for rehear
ing was tiled yesterday by the attor
neys of the saloon men. The pel ;u 11
was a i-i'om pa n ied by a Miction for a.i
iriicr staying the force of :, earlier
decree until the rehearing can be
argued til coiisiderat ion of this 1110
tloii the (ouit ftranied the stay a'd is
sued an crder In that efleet.
This places the ipiesiion in exactly
the same condition as before the de
cision was made and the saloons in
this city were nearly all opened within
a half hour of the court's .-e tion. No
tice was wiled to oilier places and sa
loons promptly reopened in the drouth
stricken tow ns.
llesit;lls His I'osltoll.
Sprin-Iield. Ills.. Feb. W. J.
Hemphill, of this city, former mas
ter machaiiic of the Chi-a?o. I'eori.-t
and St. Louis railroad, and who has of
late b"cit toaster mechanic of the Chi-o.-i'ro
aiid Alton railioad. b:is resigned
that position to lake one with a St.
Louis lire bri'l; m.i unl'iirt 111 inu' com
pany. Jr'atal ICnilMa.v . iiliiii.
lioehestcr. N. Y.. Feb. ii. A collision
rosuhimr in tlie I-a:ii of two men and
serious injury of two others occurred
yesterday 011 the West Shore railroad
two miles east ot Savannah. Two en
gines came together with terrific force
and six freight cars were hurled down
Itnlf imore ami llliio Sells Itoml. ,
New York. I'eb. ."!. The Baltimore
and Ohio railroad has sold to a bank
ers' syndicate $s; i;mi.oiMi 4 per cent,
bonds' and .SJ..VKi.Hai Baltimore and
Ohio Southwestern percent, bonds
It is iiiiilri'-'tiii 11I that tlie proceeds are
to be used for internal improvement
to the property.
A utliorizes lo eminent 1 1 nihil nj(.
W.sh:n?ton. Feb. The senate
commiticc on public buihliti?s and
frroiiuds yesterday authorixed favor
able rep' nts on the bills a in horizint;
C'lVcrniiH'iit bnihliims at Sfliii:i. Ala.:
Natchez. Miss., and Lvanstoii, Wyo.,
each to cost . p h 1.1 mm t.
Hav Timotbr. S'-'ll.
I'ot a'.oes res-.
riuiter Choice to fuir, )cr fresh creamery.
Hens s per pounil
Npririf etieeus- iC.
Cai Ue - HutcLeri pa- for corn l d Mrers
i'.'.T : rows snd beUe, v rulves. I'-'fJe.
iios-N e.'i-I tc.
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For Infants and Children.
Ths Kind Ycu Hare Always Bought
Be art tee
When an R & Corset is maJe, it is stretched over a steam
heated, iron form with a pressure of Goo pounJs, that takes out
every atom of " ive " in the ;ooJs. Tlte iron form is modeled
aitei a perfect human figure and each style of R .Jc G Corsets lias
its special form.
R & (J Corsets are the only corsets t'.tat are made in this way
the only corsets that will not stretch the only ones that do not
have to be broken in.
Iiefy R & G Corset is guaranteed to tit and wear satisfactory .
The picture shows the --tyle of our popular Number 307 whiJi
sells at Si. It lias absolutely ali the perfection of shape, tit and wear
ttiat any corset can have, no matter what the prise. No corset of
any other make is as good at any price.
Your dealer can supply vou with K cc i Corsets, if he will. If
he will not, write to R & (J CORSLT CO., 375 likOAUWAY, N. Y.
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S:05 am 6.40 pm
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t 4: HO pm
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time Riven. Trains marked daily, all otter
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average in any competiiirn examination
nmung the newspnppr of the United
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" licking the Iltfme of the five hit
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Must on'l li-iit r'W. foreiar snd
iluiiiifatic. ;r-fr.tfi'i attrni rlvtly.
i;t j'is ..lIo firiiiieiltallon of
l'ia,-i tit at ion ui ntv,o by de-
! annii nt.i.
lilenifi. Irluanf Is th
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"wMtfh the V'.'orl'l-ilcralil i-iih-I'Ihii
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ent hrrads." I-'iom tht October I'iain
Prarticcliy all high-class IntelliiErant
oewfepaper r'-ador-i. cornprisii.g ths bent
xrid iiiiti-lln clas in Chicago and vicin
ity, read The hieaieo Tribune. A
Bnt majority of them read do otbnr
The :ileaso Tribune prints morn
advertising yanr in and yaar out than
any newspaper in the West-
A Great Advertising Medium.
fT ftt " ii For Drunkenne and.
He ele v ."--s-
il sar ar m IT (rr'MtionCMsi
S, ( O
Steve F. Miller, Sole Lessee and Mr
ONE NleJHT ONLY,
Sunday, Feb. 4.
ITT. Ai WF.IIsTKIt S unrivalled com
pauy of comedians in tbil musical com
edy A BREEZY TIME."
F.Qllreiy rewritten and turned tip to
date. ltitnHliic.ltir our distinct novel
ties. F. ervt lilntr new . novel and orliri
ual "Tlie Cat Serenade." '-Tlie Ten
nis IJiiinier t e. ' "Tlie ;i-l. edited Sailor '
and a irr.ind cake wain by the em ire
company as interpre'ed by America s
Four Hundred, l-.iifov two hours anil a
baif of clean fun. Prices i.'u". H.'e
and .Me. s- of se us at Hlener's jew
elry Store, i'lione 4 ii:.
UDtR Tut Direction vr GiaHdcalin Jjnot Xc
Sunday Night, Feb. 4.
Direct from tlieir east em success 'I lie
ev. r winning isivoi'iles. WILLIAMS
aod WALK I 111. In
"The Policy Players"
lniroiliiclnif WI linms and Walker. 1 1 he
tw real coollsl, lid 1 1 u rri I anil n u l .mil
chorus of ::i) trained voices. FifU peo
ple. Prices. 25i, 5ilc and 75c. Seals on
s.ile at Fiuke'a. Telephone No. -ju.
i'ihiit iiif? air5"i Kin or
Cham ui.it i.i n. Kimu
Monday Night, Feb 5.
Daniel and I 'harles I 'roll man s product
ion of their most succcssfiil coinedy,
"At the White Horse Tavern."
From the lerriian by Sidney li'oscn
feld and presented here by the orig n.il
New York cast. The coined y eient of
Prices '.';,c. 50c. 75c. l and I.5H. Scat
sale ut P.tilte s. Telephone ill.
A UGUSTANA COLLEGE,
Six popular and instructive
entertaiiimcntu for the unu
Hual small sum of fl.
Season of 1890-1000.
5. DR. WM. II. CRAWFORD
' February "22, 190O.
6 THOMAS McCLARY
March 15, 1900.
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In Pullman's lincst Compartment.
Drawiri"; Room, Lihrnry, OhBervatiou
and Dininp- Cars all Vestihiiled
with the celebrated
Open Top Car "Chililitli."
Lrmjrest Tour ever offered lone-ei
in Mexico, longer in City of Mexico,
longer in tropics. Only toui to
ruined cities Special trains start
Jan. 23 and March 6. Tickets in
clude all expennes everywhere.
Under Escort of the
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Rkai; Cavi'imii.l, Oeneral Manager.
For maps, hooks of the tour, tick
ets, etc., call on Agents of the Chica
go, Milwaukee it St. Paul Ify.
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Best Dining Car Service.