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THE ARGUS, SATuHDAY, FEBRUATii iO,1000.
1ITANTKD A COMPETENT HOUSE
V maid at Ttv J nimetnureet-
ANTED-TOARDER8. CHOICE BOOMS
and board at SEx Fourth arenue.
TANTFD-A COJIPCTEST COOK. CiER
mD preferred, at l Nineteenth street.
TANTJT-WASHING AND IRONING TO
V d at borne or away. Icrjuire at
1ITAN'TK 5 A GIRT, AT 1S TWENTY
H thtra street. Vi a;es no obiect to tb
rANTKD-MEALS WILL TtK SERVED
toalew persjts of refinement at Hi:
WANTKD-A PARTNER WITH SOME
means. Lady preferred. Address Iock
box 4j. Kock Island. IlL
"VMT A NTEI) GIRL tXR GENERAL ilol'SE
w in family of tbree. Good wages,
Apply at 11H irst avesue.
T1TANTED TWO FULLY FUKNIHED
rooms for liirbl housekeeping Young
couple. Addres B.," Anc.cs.
"r ANTED THREE OR FOUR I'SKUR
nisaed ro.ims suitable for lirfht house
-keeping-. ACcress - S;:U" ABM's office.
"YTTANTED- PUPILS WI3HINU TO TAKE
s private lessons in dancing can aotOD;
nqairing at otio ntr avenue, jones.
lirANTRI) IIOI'SEKEEPFK IN SMALI
family with children. Ktate waees. Ad
arcs. . i b reference. S. M.. care Ann's.
TVTPntni IfTTmS IV I O tlV'L- I
V V land and Moiine. Good paving business
to riRni party. cau at .jik Twentieth street
"llfANTFU-TO RENT HEKORE APRIL
h or S-room house, below Twelfth street
axl Fourth avenue. Address Morgan Amu is
frANTEI)-A WOMAN OR A MAN WHO
' T is handy uboi.t house and to do chores
I-or further information call at 511 Third urc
WANTED GOOD. R ELI ABLE OILS A LES
mtn, on commission oraaiary. Addrem
Quaker OU and Iirplcmentoompany, Cleveland,
ATANTEI RF.KIN'ED LADY T FILL
v v beiiuauent d sitiori. fl" ntr week
Itefcrencc required. Miss E. Nbi it. general
WANTED- TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitor for Rook Inland. Permanent
positions, hit Mitchell & Lynd bulidlng, be
tween a ana op. m.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITINO AGENT
v v for accident Insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E M.." A Rues.
WANTKI-TWO HIUGHT YOI.'NG LA
dies to solicit orders f r ladies' Ilk bos
lerv. Salary I.SO to t' per day to the riffht
parly Apply between 4 ana n p. m. to lay
"IITANTKD-HOARDERS NICELY FI.'R
vv liished rooms eemraily locatrd. Moil-
em cou anfies and good hme cooking. Ar
w nal inployect tken and excellent lunches
p .1 uput III! Fourth avenue.
" TA NTKIJ HONEST MAN OR WOMAN
V to travel for lartre house. Salary
monthly and expenses with Increase. 1'osltlnn
permanent. Enclose self -addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, 3ou Canon building,
TV ANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
v v sell our Incandescent ritaoiine lamps.
Kach burner produces IOO-eandle power light;
II stores want tbem; gooij iniiarcracnu to ro
utine salesmen The Ohio Illuminating com
puny, Mans!lt.ld. Ohio.
TlTANTKa-A MAN TO COLLECT AND
.11 canvass, who will adopt life insurance
as a profession. N.ihirv' auil oomm'sstou paid
and chance for p-omoi ion to the r'tfh man.
Iiefereiiee rejuiro3. Kooms'-.i'iOl Twentieth
street s'.i o'clock a. m.
rANTF.I-.Vii MEN TO HRING THEIR
v v shirts, collars and cuff-i. and I'W wraen
to send us their family washing at our special
contract rates. All work iriiaranteed. Give
us your address by phone tJM. we will do the
rest. Kxeel-lor Laundry company, 114 East
seventeenth street. Kock l-land
lr-ANTED TO I)AN MONEY ON DIA
v inonds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
roods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paia for secona nana gooas or an kinds also.
The above goods for sale at balf the usual
Store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
l23 Second avenue. Don t forget lb J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
VOR SALE A STF.ARN3 RACER. IN
i quire at Commercial hotel.
LlilR SALE A CORNER -'-STORY HOUSE
I fotx-io. corner Fifth avenue and Fifth
street. Cheap If taken at once. Hull & Co.
IilOR SALE- FIRST-CLASS PI A NO. HAR
gain. If taken at once. Apply Mrs Frank
Sherman, three doors w est of tim street on
Foil SALE STEREOITICON ANDPOKT
ablc Arnold's gas outfit, moving picture
niihinc aril views screen Kv-rything in
It. si class condition. Address "A,'' Ki,i
SALE-PASTEUR FILTER. NEA KLY
new. with- seven filtering tubes, nickel
plateu ail over. 'an be bought for ha'.f is
orurioal enst. A bargain. Allen. Myers & Co.
I7OR SAIJI-l'OAL IN A NY" QUANITY
of SO bushels or over at ti tb per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the eity
leave orders at Commercial house barber
bop. Rock Island, or Enos James. Milan
XjOR SALE OR TRADE A LARGE. HIGH
JD ly improved fruit fam. located on Seven
teenth street South Heights. A special bar-
fain Apply toKeidy Broa, room 4. Mitchell &
I ."'oK SALE CENTRALLY I.OCATKP
dwelling site, lot t1!!! feet Three
s-nll cottages on ame Nos. Ill'-'.'lltj l-;fra
avenue. An s per cent Investment a-, it
s'nds For terms Inquire of Sarah H Janice.
Twentieth street, or Charles HiKlisor.
insurance agent. Second avenue and aeven
LOST AND FOUND.
TOST A FUR IV I ON FIFTH A V EN I" F,
4 between Ninth and Tenth s.reetj.. la-:
Trur-dav evening Finder return to Atturs
ofnee and receive rewart.
FAUM LANDS FOR SALK.
FOR sALElmVA FARMS. -.' TO TO
l4ii:s prairie sjii. Hamilton ctuntv I to
T mi'.es from railroad town. .T5 to per acre.
Railroad fare refunded F. J. Lovenng. liis:rs
TF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL. TRADE
or rent anything encage help or secure a
situation the Mall is the one paper in Moiine
that can do it for vou. Mail war ta are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results Oae-bslf cent
per word is the price to all ai.ke caaa tn ad
vance ;-cent stamp will do. Evening and
Sunday Mall. Moune. U-
Ll W COCO vie,
For DrcnVcpne p.d
Institutes r 1
Can a J,
4 Wm S..
WW JI.UT. lt-A.
ACTS GENTLY ON THE
MANSES THE 5Y5TEM
ctr r Lb I uallt.
BV? Tne GENUINE - MINT O By
roa vu e a csuo&i u te nt tame.
TIOR RENT 3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED
.1 rooi;is for lurbl houselieepinir. Apply at
sr.ui sixth avenue.
TOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT
the W. C Mauckcr building, over Itore,
IJ1 fourth avenue.
TTIOR RENT A NICELY" FURNISHED
x sleeping room for per month. Mrs. C.
O. Baker. t,l Twenty-ecnd street.
T.10R RENT AT 1229 SECOND AVENUE,
X? large rooms, well furnished: gas, bath,
team beat. A Urst-class bme table Best
location In the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
tL gage loans by W. H Eastman, 1712 Sec
Old avenue, without publltv or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
Estate of William .1 Irvin. deceased.
The undersigned having been appo-nted a1-
ministratrx of the estate of William J.
Irvin, late of the county of Rock Is
land, stale of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that she wl!l appear before
the county court of Kock Island county, at
the county court room, in the city of Rock Isl
and, at the April term on tue first Monday
In April next, hi which time ail persons
having claims against said estate, are notilled
ami reuuestcd to attend, for the purpose Of
having the same adjusted.
AH persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 1st day of February. A. D. 19K).
Mhs l- i hem f. lun.v. Auruinistratrix.
Estate of Ratideline Ke iua, deceased.
The undersigned having neen appointed art
Diinisiratrix. of the estate of Randeline Reoua
late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that sne
wm appear berore the county court or kock
Island county, at the county court room. In the
ity or Kock l.-iana. at the April term, on
the first Monday in April next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this Jth day of January. A. D. lwu.
Kmii.v FkkrH4. Administratrix.
State of Illinois.
County of Rock Island. I M
County court of Rock Island county. To the
February term. A. I) . Iir.
John J. Hun-lev. administrator of the estate
of James F.jgmgton. deceased, vs Melviaa
oulter. Margaret Toland. Kllabetn Hank Ins.
lara rdginifion. Ella Kdgingtoa and Nellie
Edgingion and Elmer Lee. Petition to sell real
estate to pav debts:
Affidavit of the non-resioence or Me'vina
Coulte-. Margaret Tola d. Elizabeth Kanklns.
lara Edginglon Ella Edglngton a-d Nellie
Edging i on defendant above named, hav
ing been filed in the office of the clerk of the
county court of Rock Island county, no
tice is hereby given to the said Melviaa
oulter Margaret Toland. Eliabetn K kl-s.
ar Ediniuon. Ella Edging ton ana Nellie
I-riginzion. mat the said plaintiff ad minis ra
tor of the estate of James Fcigingtrn. de
ceased, has hied bis petition in the said
ounty court of Rock Island county ror an
order to sell the premises belonging to the es
tale of said deceased, or so tnucn ot n as m v
be needed to pay the debts of said deceased,
and described as follows, to-wit:
Lots four (4 in block thirty five (TS) in the
:lage of Andaiu-ia. in tne county of Rock
Nl.nx! and stale of Illinois and that a sum
coci has been issued o :t of this court against
you. returnable at the Ketrury term. A L
iio. of mih court, to be ho den on tne nrst
Mondavof Feliruarv. A. IV IS0. at Ihi court
bouse in Rock Inland to Rock Island county.
Now. unless vou. the said Metrics. Coulter.
Margaret Tetacd. H'.ibeih Rankina Clara Ed-
k-inton. EUa laliriogvon and Nellie Cds'ingtoo.
shall persena'Iy heard appear before said coun
ty court or kock l-iara couaty, on tnw nrst
dav of the March term thereof, vo be holden at
ltock Island, in said county , on the nrst Mnodsy
of March lyO. and p ead. answer or demur
to the said complainant spent ion Hied therein,
the same and the matters and tniogs therein
charged and stated wui betaken as confessed.
and a decree entered against you acaoramf to
the prayer of sail bill.
Kjch t.snd, Illinois. January -j. iw
H. U Hcbbahd. Clerk.
Anilt PLC.vs.tsTs. Complainant's Solicitor
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Are JUST TBI THINS.
Wt make them giving you
iwslve different positions la
tb dozen- Better ones with
eight, six. four, three and two
fl:3ereot positions In the doe
en. AD r eg -J aril y mounted
in the latest Salsa at
c. e. smith,
OppoeiM Harper House, Bsooad Ave
TAYLOR CALLS LEGISLATURE
Continued from First page.
'TiiVovtVuor win uii sijin trie :i;rte-
aiellf.'' I'owers ;is lie tr:ilk! out
the door. l"uriliT ilian iliaf. howevt-r,
Jio ivo'.iM say uolliiu. At .":."i p. m.
tilt? -infreiicc -a:ne to a fouclusioii
It tvas imiKissiblc to lcaru ilio result
of tlif itrotrarfe.l tlebate. Kvcry one
of those who took part in Die confer
enre preserved a fj hilix-like silemv iu
refrard to what trauspired iehiiil 1 1 it'
governor's door, absolutely refusing to
discuss the matter if any way.
Judge IJarr I.ecves Town.
F.-oui the poveruor's ottiee General
Lindsay. .IuIge liarr. Attorney Fair-
leih and Kd-len went at once to Jen
oral Lindsay' law otlb-e. where a brief
conference was held, and the course of
action t ! pursued discussed, and
shortly after '. o'clock .Tudpe Karr and
Attorney Kairlelgb took the train for
Last evening Uovcrnor Taylor held
a loug conversation over the telcphon
with i". r. I. Breckinridge at Lexing
ton. Later he repeated his assertion
made during the afternoon that he
wotrtd not fake any action on the p-ac
agreement for the present. Two
lieniocratic members of the legislative
put in an appearance yesterday alter
noon, trie iirst mat nave rieen r-een in
Frankfort sine' the word was given
nearly a week ago for all of them to
keep where they could not lie readily
reached in case it wa determined bv
the Kepuhlicans to arrest them and
take tliem to London.
Agreement Will lie signed.
Iite hist night tin' situation was
somewhat changed. Adjutant CJeneral
i 'oilier was again called Into (Jovernoi
Taylor's office about s o'clock ami was
In consultation with him until a late
hour, but would sny nothing as to
what transpired. From other and au
thoritative sources, however, if was
learned that a decision had finally been
readied, and that the peace agreement
probably would receive the signature
of Uovcrnor Taylor inside of twenty
THE 1IE.MOCKATIC LEOISI.ATI KE
In Session at Louisville llmkhaiu Will
Protect lis Members From Arrest.
Feb. Id. The Iemo-
met here yesterday
having present in each house a quorum
of the total momborshm. tJoveruor
Iteckham made the announcement that
lie was prepared to prottct the legisla
tors from arrest and that he will do
m. 1 hese developments mark the nrst
steps toward carrying out the plans
nnnouueed Sunday last by the Demo
crats to set up a slate government hero
that have lieon taken since those plans
vere interrupted by the peace negotia
Some commotion was caused anions
the legislators by reports from London
and Frankfort that warrants were
aliout to Vie sworn out for the arrest
of 'enough Democrat it members to
make a quorum for the Republican leg
islature now meeting at London.
When told of this Uovcrnor Heckham
s.i ill: "No member of the legislature
tv l.o comes to Louisvllio need fear ar-
st. I shall not allow any member
ii tiiegviiera 1 assembly to be arrested."
I'Ub legislative sessions yesterday
were bent in the court house, the sen
ate meeting in the chancery court room
and i lie house in tiie county court
room. 1 wenty senators, one more man
quorum, were present when I.Ieuten-
fii-.t Uovcrnor Farter called that body
i order. Regular business was taken
tit wnere it was uroppcii at i-raiiiv-f.irt.
After passing several resolutions
the senate adjourned. Two sessions
of the house were held dining the day
without a quorum. In the evening,
however, lift v-t iiree members, two
more than necessary, responded to their
names. The Texas legislature s reso-
ul ions of svmpathv were read and i
committee was appointed to draw up
resolutions on the death of Uovcrnor
Joebcl. A resolution was adopted in-
strip tiiig the sorgeant-at-arms to order
Absent members to report here at once
after which the house adjourned.
Is Plainly Visible on I lie Countenances of
the London Legislative Member.
London. Ky.. Feb. The tension
under which the state legislature has
been laboring, especially during llie
past week, reached a crisis yestciday
when th' following message from Uov
crnor Ta vlor was received by a mem
ber: "Have warrants issued for inem-
ii is of the house and put in tin- hands
of sei iieiini-af-iii tiis to serve." The war
rants wore made out late yesterday
and given to Sergeant-af-Arnis Cecil
of the house. The house wilit into ex
ecutive session almost immediately
iihui convening at ! o'clock. As soon
as the senate was railed to order llie
house sout in a resolution requesting
joint executive session. After ad-'
jotirnmetif the two seigeants-at-arms
were constantly consulted. F.verything
Indicated excited activity and pointed
toward a climax.
Imh1.:i. Ky.. Fob. 1. S-i seant-nt
Arms Cecil, of the house, and Howard.
of the senate, left after 1 o'clock this
morning on th noith-lxiund train
armed with warrants for the arrest of
absent Democratic members of Ihuu
houses. f.ate last evening it was
Dually decided by the senate officer to
make out the warrants for the arrest
of absent Demoornttc senators without
waiting for the arrival of I.ieutenaut
Uovernor Marshall and send Howard
with Cecil. who had already been given
his warrant from the house. Where;
the two were going could not 1m as-
ertained bore as no tickets were pur
based and I hey refused to tell. The
significant remark was dropiM-d that
Something wculd le heard tomorrow.
feays He Know Nothing Personally About
the Crime, lint Tells W ho lo-s.
Frankfort. Ky.. Fob. ' 10. The au
thorities expect to obtain iiniiortant
oriden-e regardiug the assassin of
Uovernor Ooebel from Sil.i Jones, who
was arrostod yesterday morning. Jcres
has already made a partial -onfessiou.
Ho declare ihat be personally knows
nothing of the crime, but say that
Harlan Whitttkor. who was arrfsTsi
Immediately after the shooting while
running from the executive buitdins
from which the shots were tired.
know a creat deal atmit the crime.
It i believed that Jones gave more
Information than that- regarding Whlt
taker and that what ho told the jKilice
county, iCy. John Uottschalk. "of "Nel
son county, who' was arrested with
Silas .Tones. siistciotI of complicity
in tin assassination, was released from
custody last night.
Uottschalk and Jones are cousins.
The latter says he came with the
mountaineer excursion. 1-toth are said
to have slept in the executive building
the night before Uoelnd was assassi
nated. Jones is said to have been
sleeping fn a vacant house, only i-om-ing
out at night, and had leen here
for a week prior to the ussassiuation.
Injunction Notices Serveil.
Frankfort. Ky.. Feb. Hi. Notice of
the injuti'-trtin to be argued before
Judge Taft in Cincinnati Monday was
yesterday served on Democratic Treas
urer Hageraud Superintendent of Pub
lie Instruction MoChestioy. They arc
the only Democratic state officials now
NEWS PACTS IN OUTLINE.
A man supposed to be D. S. Me
Kensie. of Chicago, was killed by fall
ing down the elevator shaft of the
public library at St. IViul.
IJnniors of a consolidation of the Na
tional Steel. American Steel Iioop.:md
American Tin Plate companies nre
current in Wall street. Now York.
Dr. Otto Untnprecht. the well-known
writer on musical topics, is dead in
Itcrlin at th age of 77.
The Wilsoii Line steamer l.-igo has
reached Boston from Hull. Fuglaud.
after a passage of two mouths.
The sum of i-'M.iKM sterling, the bal
ance of tilo.iMHi stolen from Fair's
bank a year ago. has been mysteriously
returned. The notes were found in
closed in a steamer's pass book.
The Fliion League club, of Brooklyn,
has presented to Admiral Dewey a
gold medal, commemorative of his
great achievement in Manila bay.
Colonel IL W. Thompson's funeral
will be held Monday afternoon at
Torre Haule, Ind.
The Prairie sailed yesterday from
P.altimore for Newcastle. Kngland.
with the crew for the Albany, and gov
ernment exhibit, for the Paris exposi
tion. Provident McKinley has been noti
fied of his lection as an honorary
member of Columbia Lodge of Master
Masons, of London. Kngland.
I.ientenant Colonel W. II. II. Ben
yaurd. F. S. A., who was in charge of
river -t ml harbor works at New York,
Nine persons were killed and several
injured in a railway wreck near F.s-
The knight's cross of the first class
of the P.adon Order Zaehringer l.o.-we
has b?en conferred upon William
Voeko. of Chicago, by the Graud Duku
Ilanuit IIiijb Ore snot k.
YoiHigsfown. O.. Feb. 111. J., ft.
Cochran, head of the Andrews inter
ests here, stated yesterdav that tiiev
had sold their holdings in' the Mahon
ing fire company mines to the Mcs-
saba range to lianna V Co.. of Cleve
land. The mines are valued at .SJ.40.I,-
(. the Andrews interests reiireseur-
I:ig 11! per- ce iu. of that amount.
Mospltal Mii issonri Arrives. """""
San Francisco. Feb. The hos
pital ship Missouri- was lying in the
harbor at Honolulu' when the steamer
Alameda Jeft that port. The Missouri
reported afl exceedingly rough passage
after leaving Nagasaki, and during
that trip sixteen of her passengers
lied, most of them from wounds re-
reived in the war aiiij from dwentery.
The Missoori had "-!72 sick and
wounded soldiers on board when she
started from Manila.
Itlamonil t'olihers at XVork.
Louisville. Feb. in. Kodgcrs &
Krull. jewelers, were robbed last even-
lug of .$:;.Ofi worth of diamonds. Two
men entered the store and while one
engaged Rodgers in conversation the
other secreted a tray of diamonds.
The robbery was not discovered until
an hour after the men left the store.
ro pjiiice have a good description of
the titer and out going trains are beinj
watched for their departure.
UUflDITION OF THADE.
Lc larked sp-t ulation Is KrHrctcd in I n
t reael 4 learincs.
New York. Fob. H. P.radstreets
says: The strength of staples, aud
particularly those of agricultural ori
gin, is the leading feature tuTs. week as
last. In general trade weather condi
tions have not favored a large distribu
tion but comparisons with a year ag--are
still quite favorable. Knlarged
speculations is reflected in increased
clearings and comparisons with last
year are again encouraging, whih
gains over years previous to TS are
very marked. In strength of demand
ami size of advance, cottons are still
Although the crop movement has no
ticeably enlarged, so active has been
the demand from foreign spinners that
fully of a cent advance is shown.
Corn is higher, partly in sympathy
with wheat, but also on reports of
damage to the Argentine crop by heat.
Provisions have leen quite stroug
throughout the week and active le
tntttid is responsible for higher pric.es
of pork and lard in the face of larger
receipts of hogs at primary markets.
Hides :miiI leather are firmly main
tained, though reports from the loot
and shoe trade of current business are
not very good. Iron prices vary witli
the market reporting, but no wide
spread weakness is yet noted..
Business failures iu t he Fnited States
for the week number "J.'JL as com
pared with 171 last week. V. in this
week a year ago. ''7s in 1SP0. ::iJ in
1M7 and :tSl in Isim;.
Mcilnl from Out-en Victoria.
Adrian. Mich.. Feb. P. J. IV Mor
den. alderman in the Third ward, is
in receipt of a handsome little present
from the Knglish government, and one
that b appreciates very much. It l
a solid silver modal, pendant from a
bar of silver, and coiiimemtnorates hi;
service as a Canadian volunteer dur
log the Fenian raid of l.sc.ti.
Clilvajjo Grain anil Produce.
Chicago. Feb. 9.
Following were the quotations on t!u
Chii-ajto Una nl of Trfule today:
sMtMPfJPsVreVeSMfBrsBSaw AtfjsejssjB sjeBaTtB BstsfWa , iBPrsWsBWtisB!ae
Washing ; Powder,
Housework Is Hard Work Without It.
Woman or Slave?
Which do yon prefer to 1e? Why lw n -slave to the many ills
which harass women when you can be free? Have you any
of these symptoms?
Disordered kidney .ire t-ii'icnted lv p.-ins la the li.-ick, distress or
fullness alter eating, scantv or scalding urine, weakness ami chills.
r.Hins in the loins, nervtnsness. sleeplessness, loss ol vitality, swell
ing in ltmbs or hivly or both, and sediment in the urine.
On the Hialto.
First Actor (much elated! Did you
see what the critic of The Planet said
that such acting as mine has seldom
Second Ditto Essentially that is
what The Daygleam says, only it does
not go quite so far. The Daygleam
man says It was the worst he ever saw.
A tiennlne Dllemnm.
"I know what you want. Mr. Spoon-
11111010." said Johnny. "You want to
On which account the sorely tried
young woman dared not send the Im
pudent youngster out of the room.
'J4;- prr lb:
extra daily. 22
stock. c. Kgps riesn siock. ui' per
r'c.j! Dropped poultry Turkeys, choice
per lb; fnir to good, S'-WSc; chick-
enw hens. So: t:inKS. SUfiriDc: duck
)i;.t 10i; ccese. SfT-Hc. l'otatoes Fair
to choice. 4::si .loc per hu. Sweet pota
toos Illinois. S3.riOH.0O tier brl. Apples
t -00'a ::.50 ter brl. Cranberrit s IScl!
and bugle. $7.50fr8.no.
Chicago I.lve fitv-sk.
ClrtMS.i, Feb. !.
IIo-s Kstimateil reieipis for the day.
"n (11)0. Sales rang'-d at 1 1 .OOfi 4. for
jiigs. $4.7.".''n ."..00 for light, $LS0a 4.87.-i for
vouch packing. J4.S(fj n.07,Z for mixed,
and $4.'J0'(f.:.10 for heavy packing ami
Cattle Kstimateil receipts for the
day. 2.000. Quotations ranged at J.",. 30
676.2a for choice to extra steers. JVIiOfri
h.M for good to choice do.. $4.6541 5.20 for
fair to good do.. $4.004.60 common to
medium do.. $4.00m4.30 butchers' steers.
Jl.iJOff 5. SO fed weftern steers. $;'..40f(r4.00
feeding steer?. $2.00fi4.25 cows. iZ.Wtf
4.S5 heiffrs. $L'.80fj 4.25 bulls and oxen,
$3.75r4.60 stags. $:l.7f",a5.iH) Texas steers,
and $,V0(iQ.50 vr-a! calves.
Sheep Kstimated receipts for the
lay. 7.000. Quotations raried at 4.00'&
1.55 westerns, $3.755.50 natives. to.bQH
HO wcfiern lanilif, and J5.00(Jp7.15 na
Corn -3.1 .:'!.
Hay Timotby. t-i,l.
Pot aloes -3.V;.
Butler Choice to fair, 'JOc: fresh crcaoiery,
Hens tic per pound.
Spring chickens -H'.ic.
Coal Soft. tic.
Cattle Butchers pav
fXf'"'1-, : cows snd heifers,
Hogs-! ii(afl 0.
for corn fed strers
. 3's'rr41j: calves, iT6o.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Stop the awful strain on vor.r system bv taking
StiiTerjn; iiumanity is constantly iindini; iiuick ami sure
relief by using; this wonderful medicine. Mild cases arc tdtcti
cured in a week.
KID-NIi-OIDS are yellow tablets and come packed in
neat wooden boxes, enough for about two weeks' treatment.
All drug stores sell them lor 50c a box, six boxes, $Lf0. Your
druist will ttll you the truthful testimony of those who
have been cured by KID-NE-OI DS : n v our town.
Morrow's Liverlax cures con
stipation, biliousness, costiveness
they sell for 25c a box at all
drup; stores. Mailed on receipt
of price. Manufactured by John
Morrow &: Co., Chemists, Spring
Mrs Belle Sklniler, secretary or tha Wom
en s Relief Corps, and residing at: 311 Fif
teenth street, says. "1 .nave been asuiTcrer
from Sidney trouble for several months.
Since 1 have laUen Morrow's Kid-ne-llds
and my Uldnejs and bladder are cured."
At all drujf stores.
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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
"Is adapted for every variety of dish from Turtle to Beef, from Salmon
to Steaks, to all of which it gives a famous relish."
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, Agents, N. Y.
JOHN M. FABIDOst.
HEIfBT A. rABIDO
PAIDON 5c SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Paper Hangers, Calclmlntra, Etc
Shop 419 Seventeonth St.
When an R & G Corset is made, it is stretched over a steam
heated, ;iron form with a pressure of fioo pounds, that takes out
every atom of ' give " in the gwds. 1 lie iron form is modeled
aftei a perfect human figure and each style of R & f i Corsets has
its special form.
R (i: (j Corsets are the only corsets that are made in this way
the only corsets that will not stretch the only ones that do not
have to he broken in.
livery R & O Corset is guaranteed to fit and wear satisfactorily.
The picture shows the style of our popular Number 30.7 which
sells at fl. It has absolutely all the perfection of shape, fit and wear
th;it any corset can have, no matter what the price. 1j corset of
any other make is as good at any price.
Your dealer can supply vou with R & f j Corsets, if lie will. If
be will not, write to R 5c ( i CORSET CO., 375 BROADWAY, N. Y.
may lead to further arrests in the
ucU-lihor).i.d uf 1". ' - ion.! Madison
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