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THE AJtGPd. ZIQHDAr. JAKU ART 22, 1804.
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of UfrydE&d. Ryort
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at tbe bra la,
tle a Vble
Bills not lite
I I IWW By
Irs last tirta
the arb-b ut a
eeasetes have eVaawaisrated that
auf Iba baav an Mabrr tea dm
arrva raatar. baalaal la or al
Iba beam, ami that aba I Haw are
lha oba-hlhrv auaalv with
In" I i ihum il tin II la us.
BM-mbered last a arrtoalBrurT to the spinal
exs-d elll reuse nanlysla of the and below
the Injtifad lant. la umi the arrve Tnrra M
preveaksd by (be Injury from res'-hla. the
rralTMi irf km. H will na uadrrstoou bow
a i(miianiii nf tbe nerve renter, all!
raissslHasVrnntasw-a of lea Vbrtaua organs
WMh-a inar mnMr wiin arra iir.-r,
TanMainHnf rheaeM rii r are don to
tlie tmnrrfavt ai-ismo tla m-rve milra at
alMMf I ha liriln. not truro a nVrainT.
Btriit arltaariliclati'n la Iba mass !
Mir. TIm area Mistake ra raivsl. Na la
treatlaa hro dlaraar b Ibat lacy treat two
raaa ralbar t baa laa nwit reatera wblcb
lav mi Mti.ca. the rW hrlrfl )
rlalbaa anifmimllr ataalledtbHanbjertlnr
var JO eaara, ami baa MMb bmb laipf irtaat
taani halml Ha far t roaral anl la lha ansae
aiaiaiasat. ami WaM tbeenliaare faataoila nt
Iraauaeat ara wmn. All bmJarbe, Oho
aM. liullnaM. nmliwliai. are" ra. Ohiea.
sssiila aalni'rH4jr. laaanliy, eab. M.
i uia 4am-a ec, era annrima daaaai no
at" bwo rua-il. Taa mrnmarrfol sihtb m
la-, amaa h-M.a-iifia ,vninr aaiaraiM
las, Mit.sa KnmmsTiva KsavA
eii-ai-tl las. Mum ManM .
ImA . ttu faf.laa aaVa. SI . a
biailra bMr KW araraa araaaaf. Il
' n sua. MS
Or llaar wuiaun aur Oa4roua drjn.
imerlcu Cattrrb Cure.
Tm AmarVaa Catafrfe Core le tha fasatt a' M
Saar atne aarf liiaain of tba savaas, Oas
SaMla wayrlaw tba staat baflra'. 1 1 H Always
aaal far . saislse arllhar Ornvker nnr slass
larr. h WMrn lha l atlas, earaa tba bskla(
iaans Baa sararsiisg. faaiws laa aaaatcM
MH aaaa Maaillaoa, Iwrian tba saaat Xm
Sara aanaa wast Mtaarara tba abaa
tba abaa rrmrm
aae IMMaa IB ruailtf .
. Jnaaa. M. P.. Ma. t Mrtk
Pliltoilrlphls, ar anllaa aaywbafa tnf II
tar fsla b ail drsaebaa. Bans A SaSaaaa.
lMilalaaeate.Maaaii Slnasreatb streat.
Wbslosals Saaler aa4 teasrter ef
Wines and Liquors.
Kit sd Tbird At
end bow to attain It.
At last aelcaltrsrk that bDa lbs castes,
astrtaai tba atsan. filali tba tiajssr. TMe
la etaTatlasalry the atast ralaaMa, artMhislI
lae bsN aaautlfal awolcai bash IbBtlbaa a
saarns far yaara; at aasinif saga brartag
ktlMaas lllastrallaa la liata. sew at tba
subjects tisa4 are narraae DeMllty, laipo
bwr. Maflltty. DSTilapisnst. Varicocele,
Tba aaasB i.Tasaa'miiBa'Iss- atarttaes.elc
iTary saw aba snaM kaaw taa grsad tralhs.
Iba stais tsota, Ike sat essraU, aa4 lbs new
SlaoAYrrtaeaf Biiilsal as eaee as ssvlaal b
srni life, aba taJI ataaa fjr paat talllae
aa4 nreM fntars sMfalta) abaaM writs for tba)
osaasrfal Hitla bash. II mm be seat ft
sadartsak Alarm Iba aablnhsru.
O. Baaate.M. S .
John Volk tSc Co.
iMh, Doot. BHatla, Sldiag, Flooriaf
Aai at hbsis at maimf)
I at, hat.TaMaadr1b
7i r -
21lr. !. br.
J"" mm ' VTi
taut na tlm
tbe an s of
t gliai. I whsa-etbsaa thl
the House Over the Wilson
reOAl TEE 8UEJECT OF C3T nOKT,
frbtefc Is TUhety
Be Anything bat
Bniel A Kail
Agalail rrae Iras) Ore
Teal rtailssn The li
aa rieiabei o Uae Wrath of
-CaaMal Ctty I
WaOHi5roTm. Jan. Si This sreek wilt
ere the ronclnaion of the tariff debate In
the boose. Acrordin- to the special onler
the votlnc on the bill and Bending amend-
its will begin week front to-dajr at
Dorian; the past week no antend-
Kente of snhstantlal ini porta ore have been
voted on with any chance of ndoption es-
eept that flsing the data npon which free
wool woo Id go into fleet, which waa car
ried by the radical Drraorrats with the aid
of some Republicans over the protest of
the nrmocratie member of the ways and
manna committee. Thin week, however,
will wlineas the niclit over the Mr amend
mania offered from the Denim ratio aide.
The full nieneure of the Democratic oppo
sition to the bill will then develop and
conairlernliw bad blood will doubtless be
agar a Matter te Flabt far.
The first Rght will romo on the an gar
ar bed ule. Three boors bar been set
apart for the consideration of the proposi
tiona to be offered by tba aogar men. Four
amendments will be offered to the para
graph placing sugar on the frre Hat, if the
preaent plan hi adhered to. The first will
be that of McKae of Arkansas, to aholkh
the proviahaa relating to the augar bounty
in the Wilson bill whfc-h contemplalea Its
gradual reduction of J of a rent a year for
right years until U la wiped out. To this
lrire of ijMtlaiana will oner an amend
ment to substitute In place of a bounty n
doty of 1 rent per pound on raw augar. A
tubal it ute for this to retain the McKinley
bounty of S cento will be offered by Meyer
of ljnuiaiaou, and Hnatner will offer an
amendment to the substitute to place a l.'t
cent duty on sugar.
rhjMlag n II a ha My Laalag t'JchU
The sugar men will make a strong fight
no the ground that augar ta a revenue ar
ticle and in nrnsTdacce with the dictates of
the Chrrago platform ahonld he made duti
able to supply the drflrit which it iaeati-
materl the cnaloms arhedulea of the il-
hill will ransr. They will bare the
support of all the Democrats who are op
posed to the income tas, including Cork.
ran. Wilson and others of the ways and
mean committee. While it is generally
admitted that they will probably be aMe
to niuafer n majority of the Ilrmorrats
the Republicans, who are pledged to the
free suuar fast are of the lrKinley law.
will giro them no aid. Tbe chances of
the athiptinn of a sugar duty, for the above
reasons, are slim.
An Attack as the fJaehbiai.
Tomorrow has been set apart for the
roni deration of the amendments to tba
free coal and free Iron ore schedules. The
present duty on both these articles is 71
t ent per ton. The coal men, especially
of Virginia, West Virginia and Alabama,
are at the back of this opposition and have
the support pretty generally of the Demo
cratic repriarntatives from those states.
Tbe iron interest of Alabama and Tennes
see and of tbe Lake Superior district, in
cluding tbe vessel interests of the lakes.
la lighting against free iron ore. Both
are willing to yield a portion of the duty.
and amendments ramring from in to isi
rents per ton will be offered. Kaw materials
are made tbe backbone of the Wilson bill.
and n bercnlrnn effort will be made to
prevent defeat here.
Where Mot Talk Will C'oaae ta.
Ijiter in the week the internal re venue
bill, including tbe income tax, will prob
ably benffrredaaan amendment tothe bill.
probably hy McNtllln. although this bas
not la-en ore toed upon fully. If It Is this
flRbt will be the feature of the debate. If
tbe advocates of tbe income tax are snr
reaaful, as they claim confidently they
will be.and it is put on the bill as a rider it
will cause several Democrats at lea to
vote against tbe entire measure.
DOLE AND WILLIS LOCK HORNS.
r Mahee ladagalta Charaea anal
la Aahed ta noeelfy.
WAnrsTor, Jan. JS. The correspood-
rnre that the president sent to congress
relat ing to the Hawaiian imbroglio con
tained one letter that incited tbe charac
terization of "remarkable' by tbe execu
tive. Cleveland 'a message waa abort and
except that one comment on Dole's letter
contained nothing but tbe announcement
that this was the correspondence up to
date. The correspondence contained at
least two "aslty" letter. The tint is one
from Dole which begins and goes on at
great length with a charge that tbe min
ister and Cleveland are responsible for the
condition of the islands.
These cbargos an not deflnit. They ara
made in such words as follows: "I desire to
call your excellency' moat serious consid
eration to the dangerous, critical condition
of this community arising, I must re
sprrtfully; submit, out of tbe attitude
which you have assumed aadtnelanguaga
wha-b you have Used in public and la com
munication to this government and also
out of the published letter of tbe secretary
of state of tbe United States and the presi
dent' mtasage on tbe subject of reatora-
tkm of tbe monarchy." Dote does not say
tbie situation has been created intention
ally, bat H has arisen be says from tbe
ambiguous attitude ( the American gov
ernment. The letter ia full of such inuendos witb
out r-peciftcaltoa, and tbe condition of tbe
islands as a result of this alleged "atti-
Ib pictured In- the most arevioos
The letter ends with a paragraph
whether Willis baa iaatructions to
Willi replies very sharply. He
t lo know what tba "attitude"
la that Dole complains of and
what ha (Willis) baa been saying
and doiag (as charged larleaaitely in
Doia'a bitten) that baa produced such a
had state of affain an the islands. Hede-
that Dole ahall atato apeciftcally
letter h a asriu nanUoa
J . .The reply tasm Dole is U the
J weatved eotdea mtjkmtmtmtu
Doieia U the effect that
I mm tba ai i lilial
I that guisintaaat
a ia nply
mm iiiiiii, mm n-land
lis specincationt for every charge ha bad
mode, and Willis requested that the sped
nation he sent, saying that he could
pewce every charge false.
TM. nxM the corredence sent to
emigres, being all that could be sent by
the "trainer from Honolulu. One point
derided by the corrrspitdenre is the state
ment In recent dbpstches that ill is
requested IMe to m press all tbe con
pnndence relating to the restoration of
the queen. What Willis rcnlly did sug
gest was that the torrrsnonilcnce ahovs
summarised should lie suppressed. This
OgiMtion, however, was made upon the
receipt of Dole's letter stating that be had
received new from tbe I'nited States
which replied to li! first letter, and when
Willis supawd Dole bad withdrawn hit
Implications. If he had withdrawn them
Willis thuuphttlas whole correspondence
might be treated as if it never had taken
FINED FOR CIVIN3 OVERWEIGHT.
A Case Arising I'mter the tlleoaiargarla
WAsmXGTtiX. Ja. 22. Secretary Car
lisle has agreed to ompromii a case aris
ing under the internal revenue bureau
agaiust Armour Jk Co., of Chicago. Soma
apmH Annnur : o. oi LiniUKOk ssome I
time ago it wtm ascertained that the com-
panv was unknowingly delivering to mer-
thsuts package of hiitteriue contnining
"prints"' which weighed a fraction of an
ounce more than a pound, and on .which
the tax hail Isren wm at mo much per
pound. As soon as the matter was report
ed to Armour headquarters their agent
was sent to n asbiiigton to aMt in the in
votigation. It was admitted that tbe pound packages
were overweight, but the claim was sub
mitted that it was tlie fault of the mould.
Tbe compromise arrived at is that tbe
foruiiauyisto liny 1 15 as tuxes on tbe
overweight on the prints estimated to have
been sent nut. and -', KW mmi-iIic penalty
for a violation of the law. This is not all
tbe company's kiss in the matter, how
ever, for lo the above sums must lie added
the value of the excessive weight
of Imtttriue in the pnikages. which
amounted in the aKyregale to about
Praeaedla- la the House.
Washington, .Ian Si The house put in
the w hole day discussing an amendment
to the tinplate schedule of the tariff bill
affecting the technicalities of the trade.
Henderson's amendment to substitute the
McKinley agricultural schedule. Dingley'a
to change the rate on lime from Hi percent,
ad valorem to A cents rr km pound spe
cific and Craiu'a to reduce the duties on
cotton and woolen good to 35 per cent.
were lost. The president mcssuge con
taining further Hawaiian correspondence
was rvad. t lie Ih-ims-rats nppliiiiiling that
from Wiilis and the Republican that from
Kx-MInMrr Mrirens TealiOea.
W.sitiN;TiN, Jan. -M. Kx Jlinister
Stevens was la-fore tbe sub-committee of
the senate cotuniittee on forciuu relations.
Srnntor (Jray. of Delaware, examined
Stevens very closely uin tlie ioints where
lie had Is-t-n churned by Commissioner
Mount with al-ttit:s the revolution. Tbe
ex-minister stood by the statements that
lie had previously nuiile ami pie I lie com
mittee no opportunity to show by lit tes
timony I hut the I'ulVd States wits in any
way responsible for tbe revolution.
Will Not Change tbe (senate Kale.
Washington. Jan. lii There will he no
changes in t he rules of the senate this
rinu. The question wus definitely settled
at a meetiuir, of the committee on rules
which was attended by all the members of
Tbarala Arrives at Washiastan.
Washington. .Inn 'Ji Hon. Lor in IL
Thurston, tbe Hawaiian minister to Wash
ington, has reached the city after his long
trip across the totitmcnt and at once weal
to tbe legation.
THE AIRY FAIRY LILLIAN
Itoea at Seem to Have the High Begard
of Just ire Rarrett.
N'KW Yokk. Jan. '-I-'. Justice nnrrett, of
the supreme court, was seen regarding an
application made by Lillian Iiussell
for an order allowing her to marry Signor
I'eriiuini in this Mute. The justice ad
mitted that an informal application had
I Ten made to him by J-awyer A. II. Hum
met on behalf of Mis' Kusselt. Mr. Hum
mel merely asked for an expression of
opinion as to whether the court would
grunt the order. The justice stated that
upon the fact presented to him he bad ex
pressed grave doubts as to whether the
court would icrnni the order asked for. He
did not think from the facts told him by
the counsel that it could m considered that
Miss ItiiKsell hid lived a "uniformly sood
and moral life" withiu tbe meauiug of tbe
law fur five years pnst.
In consequence ol this unkindly remark
of the learned jurist the airy fairy Lillian
was forced lo forego the quiel huiue mar
riage she hail promised herself and the re
porter and hie away to the Jersey shore.
wliere it would Is? safe for her to take for
Hie third time the pledge to "love, honor
aod obey" her "third" until "death do us
part." This time she was married by
'squire and the '"love, honor and olsy
part was prolmbly left out. It took but
live minutes to tie the knot and tlie party
returned to the bride s home on Seventy
seventh street, where a sumptuous wed
ding breakfast was served I.si mailt
dinner was tendered by Signor Jerugini
The bride received many valuable gifts,
among tbem being two necklaces of dia
monds, a tiara of diamonds and sapphires.
s diamond sunburst, two sets of eterling
silver knives and forks, a chest of old ail
ver, a morocco leather traveling bag with
sterling silver fittings, and two score of
Jeweled rings and bracelet.
Irish Called ta A
New Yur.K, Jan. H I'nder the caption
A Call to Battle" the Irish Republic has
a column and a half appeal to Irishmen
signed by William Lyman, treasurer of
the Irish National League of America. The
address ia a practical call to Irishmen in
this and all other countries to open war on
(ireat Britain wherever her fl.ig flies. It
says in one place: "You prattle and hur
rah a boot a nation, about a flag of Ireland.
and you insist that it shall float, say over
the city ballot New York or tbe World's
fair buildings in Chicago: but you forget
that the people are laughing at you; that
your nation is a myth, a ad that in reality
you nave no nag."
Meal Warhe ateaame.
Pl'KDLO, Col., Jan. 22. The steel works
af the Colorado Fuel and Iron compaay
have resumed operations in the cold steel
oepartment with a force af W men. Oaa
will be blown on the 1st of February,
Iba coaverti will start March i.
waea i.PWBsen wui or given work.
TIED DP BY THE MOB
BridsepOrt. Conn., Indulge In
a Wild Sunday.
I TIE-UP Or A 8TSEET OAS UXZ.
MH Isiii aag the rwasilaca gat tba Anthort- I
the I-allea Tba Tvarna larhaded and I
Car TraBIa Praveatad by Vlslance
sa o s I
Bbiooepokt. Conn.. Jan. 2S.-Veterday
was one of the most exciting in the history
of the city of Bridgeport. Not since ISCl.
whoa bsarching volunteers on their way to
the front tilled the streets, have the rest
dents been so aroused. All day excited
crowd thronged the streets and mob law
prevailed. The police were set at defiance
and a crowd of angry men tnled tbe town
Tfas rioting was one of the results of the
discharge of five employes of tbe Bridge
port Traction cotnnany and the strike
w 1 J i
Wch followed. About 100 employesof
the compaiiv stonned work, completely I
. " . - . - - . ... I
tying np the road. They held numerous
ager of tba road in an effort to bring about
a settlement. In this they were unsuoceaa- I
fuL Yesterday morning fifty men came
up from Jersey City to take the places of
tbe striken and It waa announced that tbe
company intended tt run its cars.
DecMast to Kan the Tawi
The men then held a consultation and
decided that they would not allow the
company to ran t he cars. They concluded.
however, to give tbe company another
chance for settlement and sent a commit
tee to tbe owners and managers of tbe
road. Tier were denied audience, the
manager refusing to meet them as a com
mittee or give reasons for the discharge of
tbe men. They announced that they
would meet tbe dissatisfied ones individu
ally, but would not recognise them as an
organisation. Tbe men withdrew and tbe
striken held a brief session at which it waa
decided that they would not return to
work and would prevent the company
from running cars. Meanwhile the com
pany was preparing to start service and at
V o'clock nine can were run out of the
shops. They were in charge of the new
men from ew Jersey, tbe stable hands
and about a donen of the old men who re
ported for work.
Tba Tracks Blackest Everywhere.
Tbe report that tbe company was to
start can and that the striken would try
to prevent it spread rapidly through the
city and in a short time all of the strik
en and hundreds of sympathiser gathered
at the stable on Main street and along the
streets through which tbe road runs. As
soon as all of the striken wen informed
of the refusal of tbe owners of the road to
rKittst. thMV - - 11 Ia KlnL- tli.
tracks on every street. The yards of the
New York, New Haven and
nd Hartford nil-
road were raided and railroad iron, ties,
coupling pins, boxes and barrels were
taken and piled on tbe tracks at various
points. Some of the can were moved out
of tbe sheds, but were unable to proceed
but a snort distance. They were sur
rounded by th-3 fctrikers and their friends
and the crews were compelled to leave
them in the streets.
ronwlace with tbe Strikers.
Police were summoned from head'
quarters and several can wen started with
three railroad employes and a guard of
three policemen. The crowds quick
ly drove tbe police from tba can together
with the conductors and driven. Sticks
and stones were thrown and the windows of
tbe can broken. Several policemen and
railroad employes were slightly injured.
Main street in ine vicinity oi tne stables
wa the center of the trouble. Here a large
crowd gathered and encouraged - the
striken. The demonstration became so
threatening that an alarm was sent out
from police headquarters and all of the
officer and specials who could be sum
moned were brought in. This force was
stationed along the tracks, at the stables
and on the can. The crowds near the
(tables and along the road increased in
number until nearly 10,000 people were in
BOMBARDED CARS WITH STONES.
Police KesmlseA la an Endeavor ta Res can
Tbe presence of the police did not, bow
ever, deter the mob and obstruct! ous of all
kinds were piled on the tracks as rapidly
as they were removed. At intervals at
tempts were made to move tbe can and
about noon several proceeded a short dis
tance from stables, i At 2 o'clock a car in
charge of five policemen and several rail
road employes wns attacked at the corner
of Congress and Main streets. Here a mob
of about 2,000 men and boys were gathered.
They bombarded the can with stones.
breaking all of tbe windows and injoiing
several of those in charge. At Williams
street in East Bridgeport SOP men and boys
ratoea tne yaw- of Jones at Hoffman, con
tractors, and piled lumber, trucks and
other obstructions on the tracks.
At S o'clock the company succeeded in
getting one car, strongly guarded by no-
lice, over the entire line, but this was tbe
only one to make tbe circuit during the
day. At 6 o'clock a patrol wagon filled
witn poltee ana tnree wagons with rail
road employes left the stables to bring
dock a wrecaeu car at tne corner ox Con
greas and Mala streets. On arriving there
iney wen eurrrounaea by a mob and I
lively row ensued in which a hostler em
ployed by the company had his i
broken and another employe was badly
Tbe police and railroad men retreated
and abarMioned the car.- Meanwhile the
mayor summoned tbe police oommissioo
era, sheriffs and city officials and a confer
eace lasting three boon was held with tbe
aw nets of tbe road. At the conclusion of
tbe masting it was announced that tbe
compaay bad agreed to re-employ the
strikers wlta the exception of nine men.
atiLWAt'KEK, Jan. 21 A special
Evening Wisconsin from Duiuth
Hev. Father Connelly, tba Catholic
priest convicted of criminally assaulUrut
kiss Julia Sutberlaad. a asember of hX
Cdtabor mt i-Prisonnssnt at
URASD KArtOB. Mich.. Jan. . Every
aamblias honse ia the city waa raided
shortly before midnight and forty playcra
gnioerea in, inciuamg a number of prum-
Tmm aaaaMtac bonaas hava
Wale open under notice r-u-
tor aaariy a yeau-aad the raid
Boar on Waiter (to outside barbarian, who
tacks his napkin in his neck) Pardon me,
sir, but there is no shampoo toes with this
dinoer. - P. & 8. & & Co. Bulletin.
is largely an
great benefit from
Scott s Eosion
- ... . j .
of COd-llver Oil 'lth liypO-
'U-.Vl:i. . fsifwtraniH
I-"ilVfOH..ss,o. a s-sws. -
r" i . ., . , .
of assimilation and almost
aS palatable as milk,
pm-r.i h. rW. y. v. . "
STATE SAVZX70S BA2JK
OsVeOoraer Flfteertb streat and Thud An.
aeceed the Bullae Saviaee haaa. OrcaalscdlaM
i ttm imssi iia si nnm
Organised aader gtate Laws.
Oea fronts, b. tea n m, sad Weaneeday and
Saturday sights from? to 8pm
Sxnrs-sa. - . Presides!
n. A. AmairosTB,
t. P. HSUNWAT,
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Hose, ft. A. AlaswortB,
O. H. Edwards, W. H. irtaisa,
Aadnw rribarg C p. Hawanwsy.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
nude for private parties In tbe
spot of the west by the
11 rfth art. KtATA KflTIB
of OaCUABD, WBBKASKA.
K. W. But, President,
J. B. Dast Cashier.
Iltchell A Lvade. Bask era.
r. noainaun, cornier Hoes Mianc national
CC. Carter, M.D.
uenry moo boaa, Wkoiessie ttroer.
Tbe largest line of Fancy Goods,
Decorated China and Toys at
1318. 1B0 Third Ave.
40 Hours Away.
A trip of two-score hours, will take
you where the weathers warm
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JACKSONVILLE or TAMPA,
A pleasant and continuous journey
via the Chicago and Eastern Illinois,
Louisville and Nashville and Savannah,
Florida and Western R. R's can be
made for a short time, at very low
rates. Write to
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170 turn Third St.. Sc. Paul, Mina.
or ctiAS. u sTtme,
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L XL & L. ?. FireTT'Tt,
Telephone No. 1214.
artificers. -No, Jittrried, Tpckd-tofUier-with-hamii?er-a ui
nails work Ttfeyrehonest. vVou'll say so when you exam-
ine tnem. u-suiung prices,
inds. , . K..1..?" 5s'-. t
W. S. HOLBROOK'S,
103, 106, 10? E. Second Street, DAVENPORT,
a. r. cossBixT. a. d. cojsu.it,
CONNELLY as CONNELLY.
TTOMNEV8 AT LAW Rock Is'and, Tl
i Office Decond goer, over Mitchell A Lynis's
TTOT8SET AT LW OtAca ia Mitchell
i Lyase aew block
JACKSON tk HURST.
TTORXETS AT LAW Ofll-e t, Reck Talked
1. Natkma; Bank baildiag. Bock Inland. 111.
a. s. swtassr. c wui,
SWEENEY At WALKER-
ATTOPJiKyS ANDrrH.TrsKI.LOBS AT LAW
OOoe ia Eea toaa block. Pock Island. 111.
CHARLES J. 8EARLE.
TPORXaY ATLAW LKOAL T.SINES Or
k all k:c rswrtH all red -d to. tnte At-
arney of l.otk Islaad Uoanty. Office: foot
McENIRY ek MoENIRY.
TPORNEYa AI LAW Loss woney in pood
eccerity. make collections, fcrterence.
Mitchell I-ytwe, bankers. O&re in I'oatodlce
8. W. ODELL.
TTORVK r AT LAW Fomerlf of Po t Ryron.
, and dnrirc the caat taroreais wilh the fimof
Bna-siae A Eutriken at Mollne, h row np. tied
sn office in tbe Anditoriiua tuildin. rjoin 5. st
pSY8TCIA AND SUg ,ET
Telephoae Rock Island, IIL
Office Hours: I0k.av mttaL.1 toiD.m. and
J.&BaIkrbsB.H.DL Oeo. K. Birth. M. D.
DR8. BARTH ft HOLLO WBUSH
IHTSIC1AKS AND STBSBONS
CXBce 40rdat. Telephone ItirS
Mosidesce Tit Slat St. - lies
Dr, Barth I
lu to IX a. m,
DR. CH AS . at. ROBINSON.
:YB, EAR, NOSE. AND THROAT ONLY
WaVa McCaileagk batldinr. 14 w. :d St.
Horns: to 11 am: lto4na.
R. M. PEARCE
rtENTTST Room as la atttchall A Lytide new
v "taa. w eiavaier.
HAWTHORNE At 8ILVIS-
flENTIKIaWemtaacsWtavenDe, over EreQ
v m maas-s.
DR3 BICKLE At SCHOEMAKER,
sNTAl 8CROEOWS MiSrkell A Lyndes
0 wo. ikwbi as-SL. tTsaeaiavatott
EDWAUD L- HAMMATT.
ABXTRTTECr, Rook Umad, in. Office-Hoosi
rt ai. aiitctieii m, L,aaa oaildine.
GEO. P. 8TAUDITHAR.
rises aaa ssnal luKaognaa for sTI
of BnUdiLas. Mssssa H aad ft Miteb.
m aa navaroB.
VT. A. DARUNO,
Bsford block over Klsgabury'a atore.
LABOR, T11IE, MONET
Use it your owa way.
It is the best Soap made.
For Washing Machine use.
Original with us. Our il
lustration inadequate to i -
their worth. s . Ornamental
anywhere; artistic-sml sui).
stantial. Your bedroom in
complete without one. a
thing of beauty is a. joy f. r
ever, happy indeed an; x): v
who possess our tlressi-r-;.
How about wearing quali
ties? Unequaled. Ma--i-factured
from choice s-l-ted
hard woods, by skiii :
nnaurincr rurniture ot ;;.
Matlne of b'inal Mrtll' in rut.
Eatateof Daaiel O'Brien, ercrstei.
Public notica is hereby ifivt n th: the t:
ia-iMd. llsvia Rrown. has flits i'avfi;,.4li-.
report and settlement as such in tiir rnnt;. .
of Rock lelaad coonty. aul that an nruc:
been ecrtred by aaid court approvinc tt-e
port, unlcaa ohjectron thereto cr ran!i- i
enntrary be a Down on or before the f r t
of Ftbmary. A. D. Isstt, and npon t-.- (.t,.,
proval or akin report, tne raid Uavnl 11-o .v
ask for an arder of diairibntion. arid ill a'-
to be discharged. All tron iu:ert'ttca l:
tikea to auena.
Bock Iaisnd, I1L, .Tan. 11, 1994.
Executor of the last wili and tcetanivM of
HIlF.lt I MALI'.
TrJvvlTteeof ksreeial execution and feebv' N.-
664 leaned ont of the clerk's olrc of ihe r r. u
court of Rook Ialand tonmy, a&d atate of I .
and to me directed, wr.erehy I am coT-injerv:-make
the sjaosnt of a certain jadcn-nt rt
obtained aeair.stC W. Motb-r in favor ir
feonles Sktionsl Bank of Rock Ul.inil. Ill . . .
tbe lands, tenements, giiods and cbatiU- '
aaid cetenoanr. c:. w. Moaner. -1 hae t -
noon the folkiwrre nn-uersv. to-: Ailthv -
or purtino of Big Inland Htnr in Koek rntr
lus uetwees ths wei-r linrof the 'riirlit of v. .-,
the Hoes Irland ana Ptorla Kaiiuar com:
acd the east line of aection nam's r fifu -n "
twenty-two S2) in town.hip nuniln-r fi-vi .
(17) north ranee two f-JI wet of the fourh i--
cipal meridian, is the county of Rock l?laa!'
state of H iBoia.
Tberofore.srcordtng toaaid commacd I riz. t
poee farssleatpnblic section all the rv.-ti- - c
sod interest of the above named. C. W. y.ct-
in arid to the shove def cribed property, ot -day.
the BSth day of January, at 4 o'ekv-k -, . : l .
at xne norti door or tne c ourt iiouee. t-t i-.
citvof Rocklalan-i. in the county of hock I;.
sod state of Illinois, for cash in kacd, to di-.'y
aaio sxeciiion ana i-c pij. .,
Dated at Rock, island this rd dsv rf Jr-s-r.
A. D.18U CVRCSD. GOHIMN.
SbenK of Rock Island County. Hiiro . .
A. D. HUESiNG.
Repreaeata, amons other time-tried sod w ;
known Pin laanrance Compsniee, the follow::'-: :
Royal iBSarsnee Company, of England.
Wcacherter Fire In. Company, of N. V.
Bnffato Oersun In. Ompany. Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German ln. Co . ttnehrxter, N. Y.
Ciuaens laa. Vo ot Pittabare, I's.
fan Fire Office, London.
Unian las. Con of California.
Secnrity Ins. Co., New liaveu. Conn .
btilsrsakea Hachanir in. u,:v., v...
Uersaaa Fin las. Co af Peoria.tll.
Office Cor 18th St. and 2d Ave.
Rock Island, III
"Ti:e old reliable."
HATES ft CLEAVlljj.D
prnaeating over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fira Ufa. Tornado.
Bonda of 8oretysbipr a: - :.h
OFFICE- Bangstoa'a black Bock Island, t'.lf.
i war rates: they srlll interert yo.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . .
TaaaVl Fbe aad Time-tried Oottpaalea
Itzzzz Promptly Paid.
as has as say ral labia esmpany t:
Vearpatjoakc is solkltsd.