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t Nearly Makes Gen. Miles'
f Work Vain.
r ANTON MUBPEB OF AN OLD CHIEF.
owboya Kill a friendly and Aged Chief
and Wound His Wife The New Ttrrl
bly Excites the Beds at' Pine Ridge
and Make It Necessary to Postpone a
Grand Review and Prepare for Kioer
gencles. Pine Ridge" Aescy, S. D., Jan. VO.
When the treacherous whites in Bear
Iintte county wontonly murdered old Few
?ails last week and wounded his squaw
hey committed an outrage that came near
ruiuing Gen. Miles' plans and stampe ling
the 5,000 hostiles who are in camp here.
Ib'ew Tails was a relative of Young-Man-
lA-fraid-of-His-Horses, the only hereditary
chief in the Sioux nation, and the most
Kwerful leader among his people. Few
iails wounded squaw arrived here rtun-
Iday, and almost immediately there was a
commotion in the hostile camp
Complicates the Situation.
The scouts reported the situation to lien.
Miles, who immediately sent runners t.fter
x ou tig Man. When that chief appeared
At headquarters and learned of th j in
gratitude of the whites for the heroic
fvork he had been doing in their beha f he
Refused to be pacified, and it took all the
diplomacy at the command of Gen. Miles
to win back finally the good will of the
Outraged chief. The situation has become
o complicated that the quartermaster has
Ordered twenty days' additional rat ons,
and the troops that were expected to onie
o the agency fur a grand review iave
been ordered to remaiu iucamo.
An Indefensible Outrage.
This order for rations is as heavy as any
that has been issued since the war b.s;au.
Few Tails was not only a relative of
Young-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses, bi t a
brother of Big Road, one of the most pow
iful sub chiefs at Pine Ridge. Big Road
said yesterday that eighty cowboys had
slaughtered the little band as they were
Jfeturuing, unarmed, from an eagle Lunt,
bearing with them Gen. Miles' pass per
mitting them to be off the reservation,
and that the squaw of Few Tails was the
3 Fired I'pon from Auibush.
I The little party was journeying south
ward and hail just started on the morning
the 11th. They had gone but a rhort
stance when tliey were tired upon r'rom
"3'ibush by a party of whites. Few Tails
f il dead. One bullet pierced his b ain,
ftid another missile struck him in the
ireast. His squaw was shot in the leg and
breast and probably fatally hurt. The
borses of one wagon were also killed by
the volley. Few Tails' corpse lny in the
Vehicle, while his squaw managed to crawl
to the buslies. where she hid for a day be
fore setting out on her painful tranipto
Pine Ridge, HX) miles away. The re?,t of
the Indians abandoned tne other w tgon
and fled, and it is supposed that they, too,
THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.
Arrival of Ex-Governor Odlesby IutiU
I Ration Proceedings The Lie Direct.
IfSpKlXGFlELn, Jan. 20. Uncle Dick
Q'lesby came to Springfield yesterday
afternoon in charge of Seuator Fidler,
V?Eho, as chairman of the senatorial teer
tii; committee, will manage his campaign.
IJlie ex governor took rooms at the Le
li'id and received callers for a couple of
Jours, after which he went over and dined
'ith Governor and Mrs. Fifer. After din
er he held quite a levee at his root is in
iue Lelaud. Of course there is still much
.peculation as to how the "big three'' will
jrote on seuator, but it is impossib e to
feay. Cockrell said yesterday that his in
ffttruptions not debar him from viting
lor I'aimer as a last resort.
The Taubenerk Inquiry.
The Ta il)eueck investigating o:n:n ttee
of the house met yesterday and exan ined
two witnesses, and then adjourned fo- the
day.i Tiie witnesses were J. G. Vi i.th-ad
..rwt'.W V IT .1 I.., U ...I. . .!
VVhitlehead said that Hoilenleck had first
ohliini of Tauleneck's career, and in or
ler tq confirm the story that Tautieneck
bail -rved two years in the penitentiary
for cibntorfeiting lie ha l written a letter
to a :d'iid in Springfield, Mo., regarding
the natter, and received a reply that Mr.
Tau!al;eck's name did not apiear upon
tlie i"fc-'n record.
( ailed Whitehead a I.iar.
Hr!6'nleck was the next witness. lie
pref ced his statement by saying that he
knevtioihing of the -matter in hand, ex-
I cept that the preceding witness was a
C liar and that his falsehoods were mail
ciou.! Ho had not told Mr. Whitehead
anything about t lie charges 'aainst Mr.
Tauieneck and had always understood
that the rumors originated with Charles
Tauln-neck, an uncle of Represent itive
Tatibeneck, and that the circulation of
thea rumors was due to a family feu 1 ex
tending through a number of years. The
uncle had said that detectives had searched
his house and that of Representative Tau
beneck's father in the hope of securing
The Itutlow C'a3.
The house election committee was in
session yesterday almost up to the hour of
convening the house when nn adjourn
ment was agreed upon. The matter will
take two week to complete, as the com
mittee lias 7. W 5 ballots to count, record
and verify. The depositions read ii the
case yestenlay were directed to establish
ing the disqualification of a number of
voters, and the effort resulted, as all like
efforts have, in a clear stand-off.
J The senate was not in session more than
i fifteen minutes last evening, andnoim-
ii portant business was done. The house
ri did nnthiuz except quarrel for a time over
'ih inurnal record of the disposition of
k - ... . .
Harrison resolution naay. bu", the
tatter was postponed until to-day. Both
ouses adjourned until tins morniug.
Talked About the Indian Problem.
OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 29 Over 3,000 peo
3 tried to gaiu admittance to the First
esbyterian church Sunday night, here
aeeting was being held to discuss the
l-admiuistration of Indian affair. T.
...Tibbies and. his talented Indian wife,
right Eyes." who were sent to Fine
lge during the recent trouble by The
aha World-Herald for the purpoe of
,estigating the treatment of the Indi
s, both spoke, as did also the Rev. V. J.
fsha, and th Rev. Joseph T. Duryea.
Signed Two Death Warrants.
tARRlSBmto, Pa., Jan. 20. The death
rants of Di rid and Joseph Nicely, the
lerset coun'.y murderers, who at e to
anged Thursday, April 2, 1891, were
K & yesterday by Governor Braver.
"DOC" WILSON REPORTED DEAD.
A .Notorial s Character Who One, Sued
Providence, R. I., Jan. 20. Much ex
citement was caused in towo Sunday by
the circulation of the report that the fa
mous "Doc" Levi Wilson, of Washburn
Moen fame, had been found dead in Ari
zona. The Arizona Republican, of Satur
day, published in Phenix, A' contains
an account of the finding of a coroner's
juiy which investigated the death of a
gambler known as "the New River Crazy
Man." His body was found near Frog
Tank, on the Aqua Fria, and the jury de
cided that be was "Doc" Wilson, formerly of
this place. Doc Wilson was born of a low
and obscure family in the village of Ar
Married a Beautiful Girl.
Passing his childhood in a cotton-twine
factory, his teens in a stable, and his
early manhood as a horse doctor and the
landlord of a disreputable roadhouse,
near Providence, as one of the richest men
in New England he spent money lavishly,
bought fine horses and equipages, enter
tained the governors of the state, built a
palatial house at Uxbridge, Mass., and
after various intrigues with women, mar
ried the beautiful Miss Farnum" daughter
of Caleb Farnum, one of the best known
manufacturers in the Blackstone valley.
The Source of His Wealth.
"Doc" was vulgar and ignorant, but he
had plenty of money, the s6urce of which
for many years was a mystery. At length
he began a suit against Phillip T. Moen,
the millionaire wire manufacturer of
Worcester. The secret, of course, of Wil
son's great wealth was then exposed, for
it came out that Moen had from time to
time paid "Doc" immense sums, for what
reason Moen would never disclose.
Said Me Was Moen's Son.
Wilson said he was Moen's son; that he
was the rightful owner of a barbed-wire
patent on which he was receiving an im
mense royalty, etc After losing his last
suit against Moen, the "Doc" attempted
suicide. His wife secured a divorce and
the custody of their two boys on the
ground of entity and other charges, and
since then Wilson has been a wanderer,
though a Providence man saw him in New
York a year ago. H was still plentifully
supplied with money.
A Wife-K:IHnit Dastard who Didu't Have
the Decency to Suicide.
SYRACUSE, N. Y., Jan. 20. Mrs. Wilbur
F. Barker, teacher at the Bassett street
public school, was shot five times yester
day by her husband in the class-room. He
drove to the school in a sleigh with their
16-months-old child in his arms, walked
into his wife's clao-room, and said: "Is
this the way you take care of you child?"
Mrs. Barker went into the hallway. Her
husband followed, and tired two shots at
her. She reached another class-room,
and then fell on the floor. Barker put
the baby on the floor, and, leaning over
his wife, fired at her several times, five
shots taking elt.-ct.
The Demon Jealousy Again.
Barker then drove rapidly away, and at
I p. m. the police were tweuty minutes be
hind him at Jamesville. The couple had
been married about two years, and jeal
ousy on Barker's part is the supposed
cause of the tragedy. They only lived to-g-ther
a short time after their marriage.
Mrs. Barker was taken to the House of
the Good Shepherd. It could not be told
whether her injuries are fatal. She was
shot three times in the head and face, once
through the left hand, and once through
the left thigh. Barker left the baby in
the school room.
CONDOLENCE OF THE KAISER.
The German Kmperor Wires His Sympa
thy to the Bancroft Family.
Washington- City, Jan. 20. Among the
telegrams of condoleuce received at the
Bancroft mansion is one from the emjieror
of Germany, transmitted through the
German legation in this city, as follows:
Sik: His majesty the emperor and kin. re-memlH-rintf
the relations of friendship which
for many years existed between his majesty
the late Emperor William and the late Hon.
Oeortte Bancroft as ministor of the United
States to Berlin, has directed me to express to
you and to yonr family his most sincere sympa
thy with the great loss that has fallen upon you
and upon your country.
The Funeral of the Historian.
Mr, Bancroft's body was borne to St.
John's church this morning, where the
service for the dead was performed. The
body was then sent forward to Worcester,
Mass. The pall bearers were; Chief JustL-e
Fuller, Ju-t ice Field. Justice Blatchford,
Senator Kvarts, Mr. Bayard, Admiral
Rodgers, Mr. Spofford, Mr. George Will
iam Curtis and Mr. John A. King. The
flags on the executive buildings were at
half mast and the secretary of the navy
issued a general order expressive of regret
at the death of .Mr. Bancroft.
Allhini-f Trouble in Kansas.
Kansas Citv, Mo , Jan. 20. A special
to The Star from Topeka, Kan., says: The
war which was !egun on Frank Mc
Grath. president of the Farmers' Alliance,
soon as the Turner letter hail b.-en pub
lished, has broken out anew and threat
ens to play havoc with all caucus agree
ments. The judiciary commiuce which
invest.it: ited McGr ith's ailei-cl frit hunt
. " - " Vl 1711
with the Turner letter, has, alter more
than a week's deliix-r.ition decided to re
quest the presidents resignation and the
president has fully decided that he will
stay until he is put out, as there is no pro-
visiou in i ue Alliance constitution I
which he can le ousted.
A Chance for lou.herty.
BliOO'ILYN, N. Y., Jan. 2) Judge Bart-
lett came on the bench vv-terday morning
in the court, of oyer -nd terminer with
the intention of sentencing Dougherty,
who shot and killed It. Lilnyd at the in
sane asylum, Flathiiaa, according to the
verdict of the jury or murder in the
second degree, holding that he knew the
nnture of the act; but when Dougherty
arose and addressed ( t. court, he changed
his mind and appointed a commission to
examine the prisoner.
Divided According to Agreement.
. St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 20. In the house
of representatives Monday the speaker an
nounced the standing committees, of
which the chairmanships were divided be
tween the Alliance and Democratic mem'
bers according to the agreement entered
into when .the Alliance speaker was
A Itarb-Wire Plant at Waokeiran.
Worcester, Mass., Jan.20. Mr. Charles
F. Washburn, vice president and secretary
of the Washburn & Moan Manufacturing
company, confirms the report that his
company will establish a plant in Wau
kegan, but says the tract of land in South
Chicago will be retained.
GOV. HILL FOR SENATOR.
New York Democrats Name Their Msi
ALBASY. N. Y.. Jan. 20. In the Demo-
cratic caucus yesterday Governor Hill was
nominated, for United States senator to
succeed Senator Evarta. The nomination
was made by acclamation. It is under
stood that the governor will accept.
William Ix Evarts was renominated for
senator by the Republican caucus.
South Dakota Nominatioan,
Pierre. S. D.. Jan. 20. Uo to a lat
fcour last night three caucuses were croino
on of Republicans, Democrats, and Inde-
penaents. jviooay was nominated by the
Republicans for T'nited Stta
and Tripp by the Democrats. The Inde-
penueuis were still in caucus.
In Other States.
Teller WSJt unanimonulv
United States senator by the Republican
caucus ac i Denver, oolo.
Democrats of New Ham rehire nomin
ated C. A. Sinclair.
Chauncey F. Black was chosen by the
Indiana Democrats rennminatAd VW
bees, and the Republicans chose Hovey.
KING KALAKAUA DYING.
The Monarch of the Hawaiian Islands at
San Francisco, Jan. 20. King Kalakana.
of the Hawaiian inlands, is lying at tht
point of death at the Palace hotel here.
suffering from Bright's disease and ur
nna, 1 he disease took a sudden turn for
the worse yestenlay morning and he has
been in a semi-unconscious con. lit ion evei
since. The physicians are greatly alaniK-d
and have held several consultations.
Charles, Bryant, an inmate for fiitj
years ot the the Pitt.sb'ir poor housi, died
South Carolina's "four hundred" is go
ing to boycott Governor Tillman from
A. G. Spilding says that baseball ex
persts will have to accept lower salaries
this year than heretofore.
It is stated at Washington City that
1,000 new men will be required for the
navy within the next sixty days.
The Austrian bark Ergo and the British
ship Ravens Hall, with all their trews,
are given up as hst at New York.
The inland charge for telegrams in Ger
many has been reduced by the govern
ment from C to 5 pfennigs per word.
The senate has confirmed the nomina
tion of Henry II. Swan to be United
States judge for the eastern district of
The operators' end station agents' strikt
on the C, M. and St. P has jietered out,
so say the company officials, and nothing
is heard from the strikers.
The dead Im ly of Molli-.- Woods, nymph
du pave, of G::lena, Kan., was found the
other day in a coal shaft with two bullet
through her head. No clue.
The states and territories wist nf the
Mississippi river, including British Co
lilinbia, produce! j is;i) f.'JJ.l.ViJIO
gold and $",!i:V),S31 in silver.
Rev. A. M. De Ford, w ho passed coun
terfeit money on unsuspecting citizMisol
Wi-con-in last fall, has lievn sentenced to
five years in the state penitentiary.
The trouble over th.'l.ike front at Chi
cago ha Wen settled. The property own
ers have agreed that five World' fair
buildings may W put up on that strip of
Intensely cold weather prevails in Ger
many, Holland. Belgium, Italy, France,
and England. Several cases of js-ople lad
ing frozen to death are reported from
National Bank Examiner F. E Marshall,
for the stnteof Missouri, took charge of
the American National bank of Kansas
City Monday. The capital stock of tht
bank is il,2-n,0iKt.
At Syracuse, X. Y., Monday. John Bar
ker, formerly a Chicago drummer, danger
oil dv .-hot his wife in a school in which
s.ie was emploced as a teache r. The deed
was done i: tlie presence of the pupils,
and the murderer hi Id iiis own H months
old child iu ids arm when he tired the
An Old Claim Allowed.
Parkeksbuh;, W. Ya., Jan. 20. Judge
Virginius P. t'hapin. of Clarksburg, ha
j iis-t been allowed i'i),Ki0 by the govern
meut. A claim for i'JiM 1,000 was filed dur
ing the administration of Fillmore, and
, has been pending ever since, t'hnpin va
United Si;:tes commercial agent tonioa.
and lost during a -innn on the t-land
goods, vessel- and warehouses to the
amount asked in the claim.
The Weather We .'lay F.xpert.
Washington Citv. Jan. 3.-Tli. f..;iowins
are the weather imlicuti in for tlurty--.il hours
from S p.m. yesterday: For Wisconsin - IJeii
erally fair weather: westerly winds: slichly
wanner. For Indiana -Warmer, fair weather:
westerly winds. For Illinois and Iowa-Fair
weather; westerly winds: s-tationary tenicra
turo, except in eas' eru Illinois, slightly warm
er. For Lower Michigan Fair weather in
s-mthern. light local suows iu northern por
tion; westerly winds; warmer in southern,
stationary temperature in northern xrtiu.
For U!'r Michigan Local snows; warmer
weath-r; southwesterly winds.
Chicaoo. Jan. 19.
Proibn-e: Butter Fancy separator. CTTc; dair
ies, finest fresh, is..?:!: packing st -k. Malic.
Eggs Fresh candled. 21 j per doz. Dressed
ooultrv ( hi. kens. tiii.Tc ts-r S: ducks. W.i.l.c-
turkeys. lik.Ulc; g 5.t."sx PotabMW White
,.rT. .r.-, .. iru. it- lnn, ..... r- . Clt'lirTIU,
ftkViJCc: Peerl.-M. ws.tc; Biiruanks. mi(K'.
Illinois. VVtvL.Vl. Appltw Cooking. f-I.Kin.l.iij
per bri; eating. fri.mi-r-.u' per nn; iti'-nfan
hoii-o, 6j.T.iv4. 1 1; p i Uo.-.V st-x'i. M.-'m, ii.
The auotat.ons on the Istard of tnulw loilir
were as follows: Wheat-No. 2 January, opened
-J, clostsl : May. opened Kic, closed
K4c; July, opened closed W jr. t'orn-
No. - Kehrnarv. orx-.icd ud rlnaiut a.
May. opened 5ic closed &w4c; July, oiwned
ai4U, custeu oiw. isa ro. z JaliUary
onened 42:.bC cksed . 4-4o: Ma. mnl aj&t.
closed UW-: July, opened 4.c, elosed fva.
r-orit ji uary. opi'nea ana closed fl().(;
Fehrnary. ofiened and closed SIU-SV. My,
oiened $10 BS. l.od tin.TO. Lard Feoruary
oued So SU, closed $.i.7o.
Kew York. Jan. IB.
Wheat No. - red winter caidu f l.l'xUe
do January, SLlS!4-. do June, tl.ttlVJ; do
July, UT.- Corn -No. S mixed cash, 0u
6-4c; do May, ftrjc. Oats Dull: No. S mixed
cash, 61 do May, Ac. Rye uj
barley Dull. Pork Dull; mens, (U.unA UAB)
for new. Lard Quiet; February, 5.12; May,
Livestock: Cattle Prune, firm: common to
medium, very dull and alow, with a decided
downward tendency; poorest to best native
steers, m orrn.w y jm wn; bull and dry cows,
S2.5t3 6 . Sheep and lambs Market Orm at
an advance of He V Si; lambs, steady: sheen.
4.SU&t.0O 9 1UU ts; lamba, JCOOJT.OU Boga
Kominally steady; live aogs, l3.4U3i.0u iqo
SnrP ft"PU ISTABUSKL0 1851 I 186 8o.
DUreUuCS.J Chicago, IU8. 1 Clark St.
PHYSSCIAH AKD SUBCEOS
Is tl Treating :th th GrwtMt
SKILL and SUCCESS
Ctronic, KeiTcus M Private Diseases.
a-NERVCU3 DEBILITY. Lett Man
hood. Failing Memory, ExhaustirK Drains,
Terrible Dreams. Hsad sr.d bsck Ache and sil
tneeffecu leading to early decay and prhip Con
sumption or Intsr.ity, ueated icieauncally by new
Bethods with nrreT-fuiling sncces.
trf SYPHILIS and sh bad Blood and Skin
Disesses permsnentiy cured.
-Kl6NEY and URINARY compUints,
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele ami
all diseases of the Genito-L'nnarjr Onrans cured
promptly without injury to Scomach, Kidneys or
" No esperimeota. Are and experience
important. Consultation free and sacred.
A II correspondence is sacred It t rivse
Forty Years" Practice enables Dr. Clarke rcGusr
antee Cores in all Curable Cw nf Rrxessa,
Krrofala. Kvphilis, Bladder sns kldsrj Dis
eases. Leacorrkira sad Frnsle Tmsbles. I.ler
t omplalst. atarrk, ail Blood, hkia aad Ser
No matter who has failed to core yon. write
Dr. Clarke a full history of your case. Hours,
8 tc 8 ; Sundiyi, 91011. Call on or d Jres
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Open diily from B A M. to ? ?. M , an.! on Taes
cy na s;nrir fc.Tctioc!' rro-n 7 10
Intf rer- alioeJ on Dcspositb h '.he rate
of 4 pt r Ceat. per Ac . i.
Dtposit received in amounts of
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f 1 ana upwarcn
The private property of the Trustee, is reepoa
i!)le its depositor. The o2ofs ar pr.6:l.
ted frora Dorrowmn sryof its moneys. Minors
and married women projected by special law.
Orr:cr-: ri W. Wssriyx-a. Preeideat: Poa-
ysBS;u.Ka. Vice rresid.r.t; C. F. Uxaarwar,
Tarsyiss: S. W. Wheel.-KX, Porter Skinner,
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twTne only ctarlered asylBiT Bank In Rock
After iiyesr nr'erc In temihtne Instra-
rr.entil Va.ir, I w-.li proniis" rou mire tbrory wnb
lese IrssoDS for tbc .east money of st.w tcstcer in
nnsr oar snpervfuion. snrcn earh Jorer.ile ptipll.
Teachers will save money to order their Vosic
Bonks of u One-third off of ork -d price cn
hhect music to eery ore. Isre orders, naming
s-ithor. st my mu-lc rooms, H I terord sveccc.
Yt e make a .necisVy of trrt'r.ir IrMix-irrrnl
tesfhrr how to tesrh.
Addrers sue : 14 P"y rsree'v-,r. 1.
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nevand Kiad.lor trouhles. elc will End our Moinod
it Treatment a Safe, Certain and hpeedr Ct'MK.
CrUlU II PsCTIIirC r.perieneepn,e.Ualln.
tILminnL n I c-rnal ne.ttctnes iIm srill
notcureiheatwiTeailnafnts. iHr.U iliisms.
wno has trlTen slt-ntHn tn th
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nsl lslilles wtnrb art direetif nto the
disesMxt irEsn.ar1 reeuire Vtf4 Better
than Monisi h Mettirines. as Uier sre n
chance ut dii-tijrinterruiUtninba!ineM.
iiwn-.s, lliv.ninli.ni rnmi L.u.:.day
cwilne frm .. ii l 1.V(.. nwd with an-
Williams' prirste nu-1ire. Gle tnem a trial.
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I Kes ers, t'otifftvtlon. Itillanimatlnn .V
arsns. Worm fever. Wirnn . .-2.)
3 f ryinv f'alir.nrTei-ihlnitof Intabia ,i
4 arraea, or i ruiurrn or aquiu ... .-.
A lelerr. tini.iiw, iuirt t uUc.
hnlrra l arbns. oniiuns
t 'aasbs. C old. irourhl;i
enralala, Tnoibav-br. iarrcrbr
rada bes. Kirk Headarhe. VerttKO
Itcapesmla. Ulll' ua MimirB
rarireed raiafal I'eriada.
biles, too Vrnfn-e I rrVul.
( rasp. Couirh. IUftlrult llreathtna' ...
Tall It beam. I rvsinrla. Kruptioaa.
tbeaaaatiaat Kbeumatlo I'slna....
lever and A awe. hills. Malaria....
I'tlea. IMind or tileedlns
Catarrh, lntluf-tira. fold Intbellead
WlM.ini aa(b. V..l.-tiHii.rikh.
i.rnrr.l lohilut .1 by steal Weakness
tvtdaey liee .
I riaary Weakness. Weittnc ped. ,A
Sold hj Iiruirp lts. or sent twwtnsld on reeelpt
of price. Ia lirsirwarTa Mai au i4 v)
rictiir nnnnil In rl'Xh and sold. muH trea
HTTMPHBETS' MEDICINE CO..
Cor. Wdiuun and John Streets, Mew York.
SPECI Fl CS.
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t" a.i nnlT-rs.
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Imp it :.tint tftnn. to tfa akia, SaV
mo nr.' 'paj. f r-w-o 1 sjini'irBUotM. tar
91 ll nr- err ..-1 or filled fur M in.
iW, ars tsa Wsnnfsctursra.
Oo aot fail to ry as Ert mate Bcfort Caotractkf.
1 04-1 OA FrankXin-Su. Chicaaso.
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THE MOLINE "WAGON.
ManulMturers ol FARM, SPRfflO and FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and eomplets line of PLATTOBM aad other ;r!Bf Wscom. vdtZ'.T adsnt4 to Of
Western trade, of snperior workman. h'p and tnish. Illsairsaed Price List free a
apphcaUoa. ge ta MOUNB WAGOX bafor pmrcaaaln.
CHA3. W. YERBURY. Mwt;r.
IT. C. HOPPE,
I Ill ill atV-"2-
II . P - y 1 Kit
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
Chkapes than Pbooixs.
Vend for c'.rca'ar, (Tri'botc
(Saeccaor lo Osrssr A apileer)
Contractor and Builder,
Shop Tlurd arenne, between 10th and 11th streets,
(Tnd EocL'i oli t tABd.)
s5sfAH c! Carpester crk txd n pairing doce. Sallafaclioa gaftrtaleed.
OSoe aAd Shop Comer Strenleealli Bl.
Jtd Seresth Avenue,
All aCAds of ArOCc W pacUJtT.
r.rtt-c.aaa 0r: aal fa?T Ert4'.
p. o Box eta
GEORGE SCnilXE, Proprietor.
becotid Arccac.Coraerof t.ret.tk ftvect. OppoalU IIarpr"s IWln.
Ths choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always o Hand
Frss Laaca Irery Day .... Baaatrtcaca raraiaVad aa Saort Vollca.
DAVIS & CO.,
A coa3pet stock of
Pip?, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sola Afrel for
OEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
We ft trachea erery ore pvrfert. aad srfll eeed O ft,
Twec'y dsy'a trial, to reeposisivl jarUea.
fa'etj rieatio. Doilen and Cnotnactort for
fcrc.:i'.fig aaJ Ujicc Wter, tad
1712 TrsLrt Atx.,
IVxk ItOaMid, UUooif .
Tetooe 11 tk. Residcc Teletiaao 100.
AND GAS FITTER.
AS3 DK11U ns
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
wtTBtTtl work at fair prices. Estimate f uralabed.
02c tJ the? 21 l?th St. Telepboae 1181.
Rock Island, 111.
BAI KICUTKO HI
TVa-tf?. No. 1808 Second arenne.
11 4 o
T. U ELLIS. Rock lalasd. IU..
19C Cor. Focr.eetiVi M. ant laoasii Are
: Rock Island.
PUaa aa4 sUala far all kUAs af Valcca
Sbop TozTJk Ara. bet. Kst uAJRa ftu.
ROCK IP LAND.
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