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THE deadlock on.
Illi'iois So'ons Take First (Ballot
INDICATIONS OF A LOUG'COliTEST.
rainier, 101; ft;lel.v, 100; Street er, 3
A lie-port That Will He Heard fur an
Indefinite lVriod The Defeat of In
frall Foresh allowed by a Vote in the
Kansas Ix-sjishtture .Virtiignn Stntes
men i:-onniiziii A l'oiat for gov
ernor liox l.
Spi:ingk:ki.p, III.. Jan. 21 Yesterday J
was a fieM tiny in tlie legislature. The
senatorial t-andiilates nf the three parties
have l)ei-n placed in noniinai kn , have
been accorded their full party v te, and
Lave set out to win confronted by a dead-
i lock which may never ba broken. The
t first ballot only emphasizes what has been
patent that the t!:ree. farmer represents
i': tives hold the balance of power, and if
J they choose to wield it for their o'-vn pur-
l-v poses they can compel one or the ther of
the old parties to rally to their candidate
I or put forward a man who will be
-. acceptable to them.
Vtted Solidly for Their Men.
4 Gen. Palmer's 101 followers in the two
branches voted for him to a man. Ogles
It by received 100 Republican votes. Alson
I J. Streeter was supported by the three
: farmers, who voted for Lim amid the
; combined applause of Democrats and He-
publicans, who seemed to think his candi
dacy a funny thing at be t. There was no
evidence of wavering on the part of any of
the partisans of the nominees. The nomi
nating sjieeches were of the usual flowery
order, and were made for Palmer in the
bouse by Jones of San;iganion: for Ogles-
by by Keller of Mason; for Str -tter by
Cockrell. There were numerous seconds.
In the senate Bacon nominated Oglesby,
i and Newell named Palmer.
1 The Gatherings at Nipht.
Last night the Leland was crowded with
pi. politicians and members of the legislature,
I who were industriously recounting the
events of the day. Vncle Dick Oglesby
was standing agajnst a pillar telling stor-
ico iu ii icuus iiu uau crowaeu around
him to extend congratulations Gen.
Palmer was seated in the room of the state
central committee exchanging ci. inpaign
stories with Chairman Phelps, S-cretary
Nelson, and a lot of Democrats from the
i southern end of Egypt. The members of
I the Republican steering committee were
.3 scattered around the hotel uossiniD a about
i little things and apparently at a loss for
isometnmg to do. A peaceful calm seemed
' Sto have settled over every body.
" t Waiting for a Turn of the Tide.
" Even John R. Tanner, who has nlwavs
been in the thick of the light, was playing
1 progressive euchre at Jim Pt.ddock's
t' i nouse on South Seventh street and had
iuir,iriiy loruten that tiler e is a
senatorial hght iu progress. 1 he first
ballot seems to have left the two armies in
a position where they can neitl er fight
nor retreat. With the powerful trio of
farmers between them they have nothing
to do but simpiy wait for son.erhing that
.-til l... . c . . . ..
a m mm inc uue oi lavor in ine.r oirec-
i Doings in the i;nse.
J SPKISGFIKLI), Ills.. Jan. 21. The trouble
I over the Harrison resolution was sett led by
the honse yesterday. It was ciaii led that
4 one more Democrat was recorded than
j voted, and this claim was substantiated,
A new vote was taken, but it made no
, ditterence in the disposition of tb j resolu
tion. liills were introduced m iking it
uniawiui lor non-veterans to wear G. A
. badges; prohibiting meiiilx-r of the
legislai lire from acting for corporations;
appropriating 4w,tM lor a neiv insane
hospital; resolution for an amendment to
the constitution of the United St ites pro
viding for the election of senators by pop
i The Invest i-; tin- Coin in it t -es.
the Taulieneck iiuiuirv noboilv testi
fied to anything except hearsay, ul Tau
bentck's ikW-le denied that v 1 ad ever
KMUaiiyl ri ly unytlnngngiiinst his uephew,
He snitl thje whole report wa falsi-. Tail-
neiieck nimsew tun the staud mid repudi-
neutue story, ami t he committee seems
jrttty weil convinced that there is notn
h&init. Nothing was developed in the
JWzow contest, except that thii gs look
Je Jmtzow would withdraw his idaim.
I NO SHOW FOR IN GALLS.
W-'Vote in t!ie Kansas Legislature Fur-
shadows II is Ilefeut.
'rr.. ...... . 1...... T.... (H -t r . .
a iin-1-.KA, jx.iii., otiu. -i. j-,. Ji. miow was
Mected state printer in joint sessii n of the
legislature yesterday on the first, ballot.
receiving 101 votes of the l.Ui. The election
Of Sir. Snow has a significant U aringon
the senatorial contest, lie is irotn the
Mme county (Franklin) as P.p. Elder.
speaker of the hou-e, who was until yes
terday regarded as the fort hcoming Alli
ance candidate for Lulled States senator.
Mr. Snow's success draws the locality
,line on Elder. The vote on the state
printer is also significant as iudica ting Sen
ator Ingalls' possible vote. Ninety-three
Alliance members, seven Democrats and
one Republican voted for Snow. There
are ninety three signatures of nu nibers of
the house to a paper m which nich one
pledges himself in the presence of wit
nesses not to vote ior senator in?alls un
der any circumstances. It is clearly evi
dent that the Alliance member vill stand
together as closely as a Masonic lodge.
Protest Against Protest.
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 21. The state
senate yesterday permitted the entry on
the journal of the protest of the Repub
lican minority against the make-up of the
committees, which in most cases give the
Republicans a representation smaller than
is proportionate u tneir numt-er in cue
senate. The protest contained a vigorous
attack on the Democratic-Alliance com
bine, which was characterized as "huck
stering." and notwithanding that the con-
stitutiou provides specifically for the right
ofDrotestby a minority, the com nine ex-
hansted parliamentary tactics in attempt
ing to prevent trie recora ot trie protest.
It won, however, and then the combine
adonted a protest against the protest.
There is no constitutional provision for a
maioritv protest, and another hot fight en
ned before it was adopted. Tt e house
adopted a joint resolution for the election
of United states senators oy popt lar vote.
A Black Eye for Tower.
Lincoln, Neb., JAo. 2L-The Powers
men met with a Waterloo in th a contest
yesterday. The concurrent resolition fix
Ing the date for the hearing lias never
gn presented to the president of the
senate or the governor for si nat are. The
ittorneys f ir the contestants h-tve con
tended that this formality was unneces
sary, but the first thing after the opening
of the joint session yesterday communi
cations were read from Governor Bovd
and the othercontestces protesting a,-aiust
going on with the contest until these
formalities had been complied with. The
result, was that the Powers men were beitt-
en on a vote to take recess, they desiring
to go right on with tlie contest.
The IichifeHn Legislature
Lansing. Mich., Jau. 21. The Demo
cratic majority in tlie legislature held a
caucus last night and decide 1 that the
1-gisliittire should adjourn next Friday
nig(:t for five days only, and that all com
n.ittees to visit the several i-tati- institu
tions liiu-t complete their work within
that time. It was also decided that the
(o!iniiirt;-es shall le allowed only actual
expense,, and those that travel on
passes shall receive no mileage.
The committeemen paying railroad
fare may receive three ce;its a mile on
their return. The thirty-two Put rons of
Industry members of the two houses
formed an independent organization yes
terday with Senator Brown as president
and Representative Rowden as secretary.
This organization will pass npou all
iarmer and labor legislation and decide
what measures in this line shall be advo
cated by the Patrou members.
The liennett I -aw Doomed.
Mapison, Wis., Jan. 21. The shower of
bills in both houses yesterday was of quite
modest dimensions. In both senate and
assembly oills were introducd for the re
peal of the Dennett law iu the upper
bouse it was by .senator Kroeger, and in
the lower one by Philip Schmitz. both of
Milwaukee. Iu the assembly Burke intro
duced a bill for the repeal of an ohj. ctioua-
n.e teat lire of the C ooper election law. '
Knights and Farmers Combining.
Gamon, O., Jan. 21. One thousand
farmers and 500 Knights of Iabor are in
attendance here upon the annual meeting
of the State Farmers' Alliance and the
Knights of 1-jibor, A joint session will be
held at which measures looking to co-operation
and possibly consolidation will be
adopted. Secretary Crawford said there
were 7dv sub-Alliances on the roll.
Instructed Agitinst the Force Rill.
Tkkxtos, X. J., Jau. 21. The Demo
cratic majority of the house of assembly
has passed a joint resolution requesting
the senators and representatives in con
gress from New Jersey to oppose the pas
sage ot tne torce bill. 'I he minorKy offered
a resolution favoring it, but it was de
feated. Senatorial Votes.
Votes in f.ivor of the following candi
dates for United Slates senator were taken
yesterday in the states mentioned. J. K.
Jones, Arkansas; J. 11. Mitchell. Oregon;
u. ii. mil, New lork; 11. M. 'lll.-r, Col
orado; O H. Piatt, Connecticut; Z. B.
Vance, North Carolina; Don Cameron,
Pennsylvania. In North Dakol.i tue votes
were scattered betweeu nau a dozen
candidates, Pierce getting the hlgiu-s;
six in tlie senate and tieing MukTwuh
nine in the house.
The Kansas Farmers Aiii.:it: basxu-
eratel President .Vc iraui of 'any wrung in
connect :mi vu a u.e i uraer ici . . r.
HER C. -l.rvi E DROVE ri,t MAD.
The Wile of it Prominent Man Convicted
of "Sliinnii; t;ie Oarer."
HUNTiNtroN. V. Va., Jau. 21. Four
mouths ago this city and neighboring
community was flooded with large
amounts of spurious silver coin. Detec
tives were put at work, and the counter
feits were traced to Mrs. Gertrude
Kus.e!l, the wife of a prominent business
man, living in Ohio opposite here. Mrs.
tiussen was arrested in est irginia.
and indicted in tlie United States court
at Parker-burg, she was convicted, but
was released on a motion' for anew trial
During the last few weeks her disgrace
has preyed upon her mind, and Monday
she became a raving maniac. A strange
part of the alia.. is that, although repeat
edly questioned, she has never divulged
w here she secured the counterfeits, aud
the officials are still iu the dark concern
ing the mak -rs of t he coin.
MURDER AT DANVILLE, ILLS.
Bloody I-'ijfht Over u Woman and Three
D anvili.K, Ills., Jan. 21 Henry II nice,
Charles Schermayer, and Lou Williams
met Nell Myers, Timrn.is M-J -ynolds.and
Joe Harkinson Main street list night.
There had 1-een bad "olood between th
two parries for some time, on account of
11 u Ice and Mrlteyiiol !s Itoi h paving atten
tions to the sa ne young woman. All
hands commeii'-e.d to light. ili-.K-e stabbed
Ijarkins three times in the l -:t side and
aiso succ-e led in ii'. i tiir .-.! vers a danger
ous cut ia t 1 . - i". Myo:- hit Hulce
over tha ln-.i.l wau or.ck. Ilitrkins can
U')t live, hl.. ;i!ji iiulcj are ."erious-
i ijjiiUux lUt .VcKinley Hill.
ST. 1-oL'ls, Jau. 21. Messrs. Rowel &
Ferris, attorneys for Charles II. Wynian
& Co., have filed an application in the
Lni ted States circuit court to order th
board of general appraisers at New Vork
tu produce their records for review. The
action is in reality an attack upon the
constitutionality of the McKinley bill
and is brought iu the nature of Un anneal
from the decision of the general board ol
appraisers. The basis of the attack is the
same as of those heretofore made that
the law is unconstitutional owing to the
omission of the clause iu the UibHt.co
The P;t!ic at Kansas City.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 21. The run on
the savings bank continued yesterday.but
most of those withdrawing their deposit
only had small sums iu the bank, the
large depositors having full confidence in
the bank, the officers of which declare
their ability to stand any run. A feature
of the panic is the sale of deposits at a di:
count. One woman who had &S00 in the
bank the savings of years sold her ac
count at a discount of 10 per cent.
The Redemption of Darkest Eugland
London, Jan. 21. Gen. Booth is confi
dent of completing the 100,000 required
for his scheme to redeem "Darkest
England" next week. He has therefore
arranged to hold on the 80th a thanksgiv
ing service iu Exerham. It will also be
in some sense a service of exultation ovei
The Times and other enemies that have
tried to prevent him from getting the
An unsuccessful attempt was made at
Lombard, a suburb of Chicago, Monday
night to lynch a wife-bcater named Miller.
The prisoner was taken to Wueaton for
QUITE OUT OF THE COMMON.
A Revulsion of Keeling Tnat Reverses
Springfield; O., Jan. 21. Miss Alice
Hope, a beautiful young brunette, stood
at the altar' Saturday and plighted her
troth to James Clyden. Two year ago
Clyden was h;-r ardent admirer. She had
a h st of lovers, but Clyden seemed to be
the preferred one above the others, and
the annfimir-emont of their engagement
wasexpect .-d. W hen a year later it was
learned that Miss Hops was the i..,ther of
a leautuul boy, the community was as
tounded. Ciydcu was at once charged
with its puerility, and coolly admitted it,
saying that he loved the girl and would
Preferred Shame to Wifehood.
Clyd -a was. as good as his word. He of
fer .-d ma . : i:. ire, but to the amazement of
her fri -.--s ..ii-l society in teneral. Miss
llojv rel ;s ,1 the offer point-blank. She
s.vnied ti have experience,! a revulsion of
leelusg, ir sLe said d:e did not like him
well enoug i t marry him. and preferred
to endu.v shame an 1 social ostracism.
r or some ti:jie she would have uotuing to
do witu her former lover. Clyden found
that he l.ved her passionately. He
naunted tiie. neighborhood where she
lived, only to g.-t a glimpse of her occa
sionally, t mally she so far relented as to
allow him t visit hfr. For one year Le
wooed her ardently, trying by every
means in his power to atone tor the past.
Such devotion was not in vain. It filially
The Bank of Downs, at Downs, Mitchell
county, Kas., has suspended.
Kalikaua, king of the Sandwich isl
ands, died at San Francisco Tuesday.
Nearly a dozen window glsss factories at
Pittsburg and elsewhere have shut down
owing to an overstocked market.
The plant of the Standard Motor com
pany in Chicago was destroyed by fire
Tuesday. The loss is 17,000; insurance,
A w ildcat in the vicinity of Williams
port-, Pa., gave battle to six men and five
dogs for several hours before a bullet was
put w here it would do most good.
The Cincinnati chamber of commerce
Tuesday resolved against free silver, and
the business men of Boston packed Faneuil
hall to protest against the measure.
Judge Burlingtmn. of Grand Rapids.
Mich., Tuesday decided that union laliels
on cigars made by non-union men were
frauds, and enjoined the use of the same
C. A. HerlHTg, of Montreal, committed
suicide in a Chicago hotel Tuesday by tix-
lngaplecetf rubb r tubing to the gas
burner and then turning on the gas and
sucking it into his lungs.
Sage Krn st, of Toledo, O., Tuesday shot
his divorced wife ami afterward commit
ted suicide. Mrs. Ernest will recover.
Atiother crs? of drunken brute making
it imnossib.e for his wife to live with hi in
and then trying to kill her because she
got a divorce.
Chicago capitalists nnnauic3 the'r
w.I.ingii'.ss to put up n new postoi.ice
b lilding in that, city witt:.) i! pay an I g,ve
t!ie govern.uetit free us.- ,if tinvo st r es
in return for a ninety-ninci years' 1 vs of
Governor-elect Pattison, of Pennsyl
vania, was inaugurated at ilaii'isliurg
Tu esday. The major part of his inaugural
ad Iress was devoted to an advocacy of
measures calcul.tieil to decrease the pow
ers of corporation.
The Firt National bank of La Junta,
Colo., capitil .Vi,0.JO; National Uuion
bank, of Ohkosh, Wis., capital ?2iKI,000,
Ami First National bank, of Iake Ben
ton, Minn., capital $50.1X10, have been au
thorized to bi-gin business.
In the suit at Chicago of the Pullman
company to restrain the Ijakn Shor5 rail
way from using certain devices necessary
to the proper working of the "vestibule"
on passenger cur. Judges Gresham nn.l
Blodgett Tues :a decided in fa or of t:.e
railway. Pn 11 ma-i's counsel says the de
cision does not prejudice bis case, which
will have another and final henrin.'.
The lilt'ur-Zet land Fund.
Lonpon, Jan. 21 Among the leading
subscriber to the Balfour Z t land fund
tor the relief of famine in Ireland are
L rd Roscberry, 1100; Lord D. riiv. 12xi,
and Trinity collem, 100. Tee tuuu is
api roacliing l.;o,(trj.
Hie Weather We May Kxpert.
WAStilSGToN Citv. .Ian. 2L The fullowin
arc the weather indirntinns for thirty-six hixirs
f rom s p. m. yesterday: For Wis mis.n -Fair
weather; i-l.-ann in extr ni ensU-i-n r-ortiou
northwesterly winds; colder iu northwest
sUttmuitry n-uip.-ramro iu northi-itst portion.
For Indiana- Lij-'lit 1.x ul showi-rs during tin
afternnou orovening; winds shitting to west
erly: Hliht'y colder. F.r Illinois Loeal show
ers. clea: ills dm i;K the (lay; wesU-i ly wind.;
colder in southern, station iry tcmteraturu in
ni)i-.he. u poi tiim. For Iowa hmr weather:
cleamiK in soutln-a-tt imrtioiiH. no! thw-.terly
winiis; stationary t-ni-ratur -. For lj.iw.-r
JUii-hiitnn Lluht. rain or snow: cWrinc rinr
jug th day: winds sirtf.uuto wint-rlyienl ier
in northwest, stationary teiniirut are pi im;li
e.tst jortion. for l'M-r 3Ii-hiKiin-l.isht
snows in eastern, fair iu western srtion; colu
er, northerly winds.
Cmicaoo. Jan. 31.
The quotations on the board of trada to-dav.
were as follows: Wheat No. -January, oHned
8TW rlused tWW; May, orned W j c loned
Hii Jnly. opened SMc, (-liwed llt4c Corn
io. S reliruary. opened 4.10, closed s4c;
May, opened SOVsc, cuoed fi!94c; July, oMnd
61c cloned B-'i-4C. lat fo. - Januaiy.
opened tac, closed 4-'4r; May, open, d 44r,c,
closed July. ojeuid rloned 41-
Pork Ja uary. opened and closed $10 1,'!
February, opened and c-liwil flill".; May,
opened jlll.70. closed SlD.iii. Lard Fooruary,
opened and closed ... 1.
Live Stock Folio win? were the prices at
the Union Stock yards: Hogs Market opened
active; best lota wild at -rc advance early, tint
tlie advance was aoon lost; linhi t:rad-s $-!.:?kTc
170: rouuu packing, $:i.4.',;.j5; mixed lota.
$:t.ijii(Q.i.7il; heavy puckiufr and bluppintf lo
iijinifU; pilot. i.a.iuiiMt.
Produce: Butt;r Fanry separator, 27c; dair
ies, finest frtwb. lUfii-Jte: packing stock, HK&llc.
Ekks Frh candled. '-'1 rj;J per dos. lrened
poultry- ( hirkeu, tt(Tc per Tt; ducks. Wtlc;
turkeys, lltRllc: iceae. frJtSo. Pntatoe White
rose. kin. per bu; red roaa, 75at (c: Hebron,
HKS'JKc; r-eeriess. Nj-rNic; Bnrltanks, ttiTie.
Sweet potatoes Jerseys. Fl.7rl.il per brl:
Illinois, J3.Uif.tJ.5i). Apples Cook in?, fct.UOiti.UO
per brl; eat mp. fi.W?.Ui per brl; MichiKaa
hoica, $3.7.)4.tJ; pedllnrs' stJOk. 51..Viijj.
Hew York. Jan. 20.
Wheat No. t red winter cash. $l.u"4 do Fab-
nary, Si ft?; do Mr.p, Sl.ucii Core No.
mixed cobii, do jauuary, 5-"4c, do Feb
ruary, X ii do Xay, Uc tlots t-.uet; No. 2
mixed caab, Slc; do January, uJ'4; do I-'eb-
niary; do May, jBc Kye and barter UuiL
Pork Dull; mew, $11 oOll.Vtlfor new. Lard
Live stock: Cattle Market weak, but no
trad in k in beeves; dr-sed lieef. itteaJy; n.itive
ataea. e-tt jflc W lb. MUeep and UaiiM-Siuan
firmer; lambs, V4 lower; cheep
V nw bis; utmba, yowtltlo. Hogs Nominally
neaay; live aogt, .404.11 v ijj a
Swfirrrrls'-,;",':0l-?'J -:'-2 So
OiUeVUU.j CRlrr.-ra. 5:;-. Ci-rfc SU
i - !--. .v v.i !!,s,i
?..t.3 ts t!U T.-rVIn.-: t'.t C.vrtrst
Clirciilc, Nervous ati Wrote EisissEL
"NERVCUJ EEE1L1TY. Lott Wan
hood. Kailinj hitTnory, Ehr.--.tmr l,-tir..
Terrible brunt. Hed r.d Hnck A-. hr i no ait
tlierffert eaJu 10 catty cecy am' pre 1- Cca
'emotion or Insanity, t.-cti vocnul.c-Uy I y new
mclh.xit w.-'i e-rrr-fail n n frnt
SYPHILI3 end al- bad B'.ioi ma Eli 3
Diseases rrrr'nenf.y cored.
4-KIDNEY acd URINARY tcnflvntf.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricter. Vs'itcctle ai.d
all disease of tlie Cenito-l r-nary 1tt-m cured
prnmptlv without ir.jury to blomUi. tunc) or
No experiment. Air ae4 e v-nca
important. Consultation free a.-ut tiered.
"A1I correspondence i urndu irnre
Forty Year' PriciireenM- Ii.t iil- f . r
antee Crir in !1 Crrb'e C"- I-B-a.
Krmrata. Kd.ill, Iila4ler nf KUtn .
eae. l -arnrrhra ti4 Koretle Trrcl Ir
(oaintaial. ( atari n, ail blJoU, ard er
No m?ti-r h l3 f.-i!el to cnrvj-j. write
Pr. Clarke a full histrry of vonrr-.to Kours,
8tob; Sundays, 9 10 iz. Ca!l on or aedtet
F. D. CLAP.KE, r.l.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHtCACC. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Wh j rxir Mir fee to quark when the bet
tneiii-, tretn-tit run le bad ! rea.n-anleprK-eflot
I be l"erul"heniH-iiM'..pr.
rrea inim tlie firenriiptMinn tit lie. v til-
lamn.apbyoM-iiuiof wnrM-wMe repute?
Vfllll-C liCU Mirteniiit Iron N.-uiinl
lUUllC MCN and N.frou iM-lNlitr
Im c f Memory. DenpotHlenrT. eu.
irom eariy inniwrreii'inaorouierrauieii: ai j
MIDDLE-iGEuMEN InadTauceof tbelryeana.Kid-
ney and hiadder I rouble, etc- will Ond our Meuiod
of Treatment a Safe, Certain and Speedy C'l'KK.
CrUIUll D1CTH I CC r.penefK-eproeUiat in
JCml n AL I AO I ILLCOi ternal medicineti will
bo haauiven apecial attention to Uie
ineane f.ir many yearn, prewnbe Semi
nal laMllle which act direct It nnon tne
dtfteaned onnnMnd reMore Tiirr beuvr
than Stomal b Medicine, aa tbey are rk
chamred hytliecartnc Jtilee and require no
cnaiiire ol Cletor interruption InpaMnei.
HOME TREATKEKT 1 mm l.s to v ' 1 v
nmlhiK from fct.0utotl.Vui. aed wnb on
1 Milliter SllfVaM f--rll-ur llnH. ar . . 1 mr
William private prm-tloe. ;ive tbem a trial.
vpcpicip Un 01 I-Tibe kioiotiik HiiKl.l-rcnre
wi 4-uii IW nu.OI recent cane in one to t-.ur d .y
IITrDIVC CMTDflBlilf fure Cure f.irall I.
Ketuale Weakne. etc.
full or write f'rC"atlvueand lutonuatiun before
OOUbUlUIur oilier. AHHrw
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 rYlSCOXSm SlREtT, IniLnAUKEE, 1&
1R. Hi'MPHREVsi'M-FnKics are m.-lentltl rally and
carefully preiared premTli'iicnn ; unX for mwiy
yearn In private iwai-lkt v lib uivend for over
thirty years uned by the people. Every niucle bji
cinclaaHiieelal cure for tlir diw-aae naniod.
Thexe Spei-llle cure without druirelne. It;rg
Ina or nHluclnie he -tem. ai.d are la r--t &i.t
oeedtheaovereig-a reelieribe r!4.
r of PRPnrt. ana. cire. ttun.
Kevera. t'uctlon. luflnmmatlon .. .-5
VViirniK, Wrn Fever, Kiirm c.ilk- .
: rylnar f lie, or Teething of Infabta .i
Diarrhea, of Children or adult.... .-i.)
1 lyxeiery. C.rlplnR, Tdllkit Colic-.. .-25
1 (holer a, !l rrliam Vomlilng ly
outb. Cold, itrouehitt
1 Neuralgia. Toothaebe. Farearbe ... .v-J
Ileadachea. Slok Headache, Vertigo .-ii
yapepata, BUioua Stonta'-h .J.J
upprraaea r Painlal Periods. .-
: White, too Prof ue 1'ertod..
I I rimii. Conirh. Iliftleult lirenthllis ... . J.l
falt It beam. Eryl-uu. Krupiioca.
I It beamatian. Kbeunialle Hvic....
i Fever and Agae, hill, Jlalarla
rile. Klhid or Uleedlne
1 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In the Head
Wkoanini fonsb. Violent Courti. .Oil
(eneral lebilitv.rbyiUcalVVeakne!i ..JO
I Nervea lebii;ty t.VO
1 I rlaary Weakness Wettlne Fed
s Diaeaaca f t he U earl.Talpltatmn 1 .
Rold by Trumjlt. or aent jvwrpald on reeelpt
Of price. I. Ht-rHBrT' MitviL, (14 pert)
richly iKitind In rlh and a-old. mail -d tree.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO,
Cor. William and John Straeta, Hew York.
THE KCL.KE SAYIK6S UU
(Cbxrted by the Lefieiatnreo' Iirii.)
MOLINE. - ILLS.
Open daily from 9 A. M. to 8 P.M.. and no Tee
cay ana sa:nray s.cu'.tic? trout 7 to
Internet allowed od Dt-sposiu at tbe rate
of 4 er Cent, per Acgutti
Dteposit? ror-iTfdia atsountsof
fl and upwards.
SSCUSITY A'D ADVAXTAGl.i.
The prlvata proper1 y of the Troatee ia reapo.
p(Me o the depositor. The officer are pmbint-
ted from borrowing any of Us money. Minor
and married womrn proiecud by epecial law.
Orrickm: P. W. WacRLocm, Preetflert; Pov
TKBasiaKEa, v ice t ret iuot;; c. r. Hiinvit
Tiwtii:-8. W. Wheciock, Pcrter Sktuner,
C. r. Hemenway, 1 Si!a La. C. H Edward.
Hiram Darling, A.S. Mrtgbt. 3. i, Kt-ator, L.
a. Hemenway, t:. lizumtn.
9 1 he only chartered da inr Batik in Rock
If land coub'jt. '
After 23 year experience 1b teachlns iB'trn-
BieDtal Untie, I will promiae yoo more theory wttb
leu leaiobf for tbe least money of any teacher ia
under our npervtslon. Kiveo each Juvenile pnpn
Teachers will save money to order their Manic
Books of ns. One-third off of marked orice on
Sheet molc to every one. Leave orders, camir.f
author, at my manic rooms, 14ol Bacon d avenue,
We maks a specialty of teaching tnexparienced
teacner now 10 teaen.
Address me M 1406 Brady Davenpon, Ta.
UHH. C. A. NEBEKKK
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a Lr ui-ori Itj-a -, Vi.".-.ir
' 1 .-ev r. rod tv:
V : n-r- nuoeuau.g i
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IWa ara tha Hasufaeturara.
uo nu tail to pel an t si mate tkiora Contracting,
1 o-1 cm Frank lin-St.. CMcaarO.
The Great French Remedy for SuptireasJoo
and Monthly Irregularities. k
lUdies Ue Le Ddc's Periodical PfJl of Parts.
ri-u, tiiarUicni 10 acrompiisn all tnat
Claimed for them. To be naed nomhl for txmM
peculiar to women. Full directions with each
2?-. Per box or three hoxe for 5. Ameiiraa
PU1 Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer. Iowa. The
motnepill obtained of Otto Kadert, Klai street,
flT.1 "yy vsvtnportt ana or
i 1 y
L1W M UWR
THE MOLINE WAGON.
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Mauulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS
A fa'.l a-.d cotr.p' l're of PLATFORM and other prtt Warnna. eeyec'aT adopted xm tbs
We'ern Tad'.-.xf pen'r workmxh'p atd fcieh t'laeuattd fvc L:st f :.- cs
vplvai" S the K.llJSl Atr-l before trbe'ic.
i v. . f
Tt Vj Lone 526.
CHA. W. TERBURY, MAaagcr.
IT. C HOPPE,
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r-V rhhxi U Thri
ll .. UXl 1 1 ' . 1 1 L'-x i f
Agency forliExcelsior Roofing Comoany
t w W -ii .
CSEAPKB THAX 8HC40LBS.
Bead for circa !ar. (Te'cpbooe
(Saccessor ts Ohlweller A 3er)
Contractor and Buiilder,
Shop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th streets,
(Fred Koci't old ataad.)
VAl! kiiidi o CaxpcU:r work end repairing done. SUif action pifcrijd.
B. F. DeGEAE,
Contractor and Builder,
Offic -cd 8ho? C'mer rVre-Vwn'i
atk! Ser.b A-iiue,
(VAI2 klal cT Artistic srarK a spedalr.
House and Sign Painter.
nrt-classOrm!ti!nf and Ppr Hanfltif .
P. O. Box 672
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1901 Second Areoos. Comer of tixtiUi glreei. . Oppos'.U Cacwx s rtevtre.
Tha choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigarsalway so Hand
Free Lsnca Xrerj Day .... KaaswVbcs rsnJb4 Ebert SeUce.
r: tntr a e m .es
DAW & CO,
-A complete stock of
Plfe, Brass Goods, racking;.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole Acexts for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS,
We fskrant' e every ore perfect, and will tend O a,
1 to j itj e trial, la reponibe parUea.
S'ety IIobMcg Coilen aod Contractor tot
furti'L'cg zi Ufinz Wfcter, uid
112 Frarr At..
Rock blind, lllinoii.
Tt; fcote :i4e. P.rtitJexcs lelej bote 10.
MD GiS FUTEB.
ASD SEALER ES
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lrad Pipe
Hos, Packing, Sewer aid Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
C2Beet work t f sir prices. E t:trUi lut iltd.
OSee and hop 219 13U S;. Tt-'lepbcce 11S2.
Rock Island, 111.
EA8 rXCEJTED EI 8
No. 1808 Second avenne.
Rock Island. III.
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T. II. ELLIS. Rock IalAItd. EL.
JOC Cor. roorteentb Bt. asd Secood Are.
ITaca acd csta:
ta for ad kds cf btiitina
Sbop rovtk Ats. bet. tlst aadjtld Bxm.