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Illinois Statesmen Hava a Force
THE '-VOSLD'S FAIR AND T3E
A Rmj!uUjh Asking Uongre to Ufeit
the Election Kill l)t'Cii ut so it inro
I eelinir Michigan Inverijr.or Oiven
but Flvi Days to Look Into the State
Institution An Appssl of Veteran tor
lugalW Kefore th Hun Legislature
SPRIN'jF.'ELD, III., .isU. 24 la tUS Q vase
yesterday Mr Springer incrod:i:el a reso
lution renting thic wharfs .h-i Ie?UU
tare of Aiauama L:id iaid upoa the (.alilis
bill making au a;)propria.ij!i for aa ex
hibit at the World's fair on the r uad
that tha passnye of the ';'or:e" biil by
congrvs would make an exhibit tjy a
tcuthern state of no practical u.e. tliers
Jfjra, lie it resolved that thu senator Irom
'ilioois instructed to vote aiaitist ih-
lurce bill H&adea. Kep., inimec.iHtely
moved to seud the resolution tc the fed
eral relation committee, &ui Kayea. Kep..
moved to table it. The motion to tbU
was rejected, the ' Big Three, "all tha D.-m-crats
and cue Republican, Sea. fa or
Gruridy county, voting for rejectiaa
liemocruta Give Their Views.
Springer said that 3,600,000 people in the
state of Illinois were more iutert-ate I in
the success of the World's fair than i i all
the force biiis that had ever beeu dra wi
He appealed to the "Bi Thrie" to rap
port the resolution, saying that theit in
flaenceat thU time would do much to kill
the force biil. Reed Givl-d. said he hoped
that all of tha Chicago member
"will be held responsible by your constitu
ents if you vote to exclude this g ani
manufacturing state of the south irom
participation in the grand Columbian fair.
You do it lH?cause of a petty political que?
tion ou which your own party i diviiid.
You would rather support an infamous
biil which was once defeated, that has
been stamped with the condemnation of
every fair minded Republican mm well a
A Colored Orator Remark.
Morris, the colored representative from
Cook county, made a speech against the
resolution. He said that if Alabama and
other states that bnd once cone cut of the
union proposed to keep out of the World's
fair unless the people of the north sacriliaed
their loyalty to liberty and right he whs in
favor of letting them stay out Prolonged
Republican cheers. "The Democrats fay,"
he added, "that the war issues are dad.
These issues never die and never will un
til the Democratic party shall cease to be
opposed to the laws conferring upon all
persons, no matter what their creed or
color be, equal rights on election day.
The Democratic party has been receiving
chastisement for twenty-five years and
hasn't yet learned anything."
Forcing tbe Senatorial Fight.
Farty lines have been so closely drawn
that not one of the 204 members of the
legislature can get away from the capital
without the consent of the full stee:-in
committee of his party. Several lave
tried to go, but have been sternly ord?red
to stay, and without exception have
obeyed. This is because tbe Democrats
insist on going on with the senatorial bal
lots every legislative day. They gained a
the point yesterday of taking numerous
ballots, w ith the aid of the "Big Three," and
eight were taken in joint session. They
were all alike and all exactly what pre
vious ballots had been.
Senate Committee Chairmen.
The official list of senate committee
chairmen has been announced. The fol low
ing are t'as principal ones: Judiciary,
Kerrick, of McLean; railroads. Fuller:, of
Boooe; warehouses, Humphrey, o
Cook; finance. Anderson, of Warren;
revenue, Crawford, of Cook; appro
priations, Stcrest, of Iroquois; cor
porations, Wiles, of Stephenson; bf.nks
and nankin", Iyhman of Coles; education.
Berry, of Hancock; agriculture and drain
age, Hunt, of De Kalb; mine? and mining,
Harner, of Fulton; labor and manufact
ures, Sheets, of Ogle; federal relati ns,
Mathews, of Champaign; senatorial ap
portionment, Bogardus, of Ford; world's
fair, McMillan, of Cook; congressional ap
portionment, Mathews, of Champaign
Spkisofikld, Ills., Jan. 24 The senate
yesterday did no business of general inter
est. Bills in the house: To elect county
jailors by t he people; to provide for fees
for appointed attorneys iu criminal cases;
to establish a state board of arbitration
compelling the parties to strikes to sub
mit their case thereto and to accept the
decision the board is made a judicial
tribunal, and it is provided that two
weeks' notice must be given by employers
before discharging any one; to prolibit
he carrying of deadly weapons.
ONLY FIVE DAYS RECESS
Visit Michigan State Institution-
Some Hustling Necessary.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. at. The seiate
yielded yesterday to the demands of the
house for a recess of only five days, and
in the evening the legislature adjourned
until next Wednesday night The visit
ing committees appointed to visit the
pnblic institutions have scattered to the
four corners of the state, and the next few
days will be exceedingly lively for them.
Not only will they thoroughly overhaul
the state institutions from cellar to garret,
but they must also investigate the ex
pediency of combining the numerous
boards of management into four or five
general boards to have charge of all the
institutions as proposed by Governor
Winans in his message.
Proposal to Close a School.
Just before adjournment of the honse a
resolution was adopted specifying that the
mining school had received appropriat ons
amounting to $320,000 in the last four
years, and bad graduated twenty po pits
at a cost of $11,000 each, and instruct ing
the committee to determine whether it
would not be advisable to close up the
school. The board of agriculture has ap
pointed Dr. Arthur Blackstein, of Balti
more, as state bacteriologist at an $1,800
salary to investigate lumpy jaw and tuber
culosis. Doing at Madison.
MADISOX, Wis., Jan. 34. There were but
short sessions of the houses of the legisla
ture yesterday, and Iwth adjourned to
Monday night. Two reports were present
ed in the house in regard to the Ben iett
law. The Democratic report was for re
peal out-and out without offering a Hitb
stitute. The Republicans offered a hud
titute, ' eliminating tiie "objectionable"
senate a bill was introduced to make the
office of sheriff elective. A petition was
presented in the bouse to prohibit the sale
of cigarettes to minors.
OLD SOLDIERS HEARD FROM.
Their M tmvrial in Favor of IngalU
Kitite a Breese at Topeka,
Topes , Kas., Jan. 24. There was a
very ex?ning discussion in the house of
representatives yesterday morning. The
trouble was started by the presentation
of a msmirial from the ex-LTnion soldiers
of Topeka asking that Ingalls be returned
to the Unite! S:ates9enate. Tbe memorial
re.'-Ued tha: Inall had al ways been loyal
to the old soldiers, and asked that no one
be selected to succeed him who would not
tio hs ni'ich lor th-m in congress as he
woukl dj. Lupfar. of Pawaej. county,
moved that it tie laid upon the table.
This broiht Jude Weeb to his feet, who
earuHstiy protested ngainst su-h an insult
to the old soi Iters. Luprar then changed
t;i motion, and moved that th ; memorial
-t referred to a committee on agriculture
1'ivi.jnn iu tha Alliance.
This pleased the Alliance members im
menseiy After numerous other motions
one wa ma le to refer it to a special com
mitteeof old soldiers to be appointed by
the chair The discussion on the motion,
wf.ich occupied almost all the morning
session, was very exciting. A demand for
tbe y?a and nays on the motion was
a.ade Every other member insisted on
txplaimm; hi vote, and over an hour wa
consumed. Thirteen Alliance members
voted with the Republicans, and the mo
tion w-ts lost.
Want rh 1 Mortgage Foreclosed.
LlSCOLS, Neb., Jan St. A memorial to
congress -Kl jptej in the house yester
day by a vo.'e of Srf to 0 asking the Ne
braska lieintioa to demand the imme
diate fon-cI.sure of the mortgne on the
Union Vnutl: road liepubli an and
Dem.x-ritij members who voted for the
memori ii s;iy that if the government :an
legnlly secure pos.es.sion of this road the
experiment of governmental con' rol can
be made aad the people can know for
.heiu.selvs whether that is the proper
way to m.tn.iie the question.
The MiKiitnt Deidlorb troken.
I'klexa. Mont., Jan. lit. The legislative
lieadio k is praccioaHy at an end. The
Republican and Denucrat'!c caucus com
mittees reached an agreement last night
and only a few minor details remain to be
settled. Tis Democrats will have twenty
seven members, the speaker and all other
officers, ami a majority of all committees.
The Republicans wiil have tweatyight
member of th house.
Fierce Will Retire March 4.
Bismarck, N D., Jan. 24.-Et Congress
man II. C. Hansbrougb will represent this
state in tha United States senate for the
next six years. On the second ballot yss
terday be was elected by sixty-seven
votes, all but five of the twenty-three
Democrats rallying to his suoport. Sena
tor Pierre takes his defet coolly and
gracefully. He left to-day for Washiagtoa
The Quarrel in Colorado.
Hkxver, Col., Jan. C4. The legislative
situation is still unchanged. Both the
Hanua and Brown factions met yesterday,
The former had no quorum present and
adjourned, while the latter proceeded to
the appointment of committees and trans
action of other business. Tbe supreme
court d-clsion which will settle the fate of
one of the two factions is expected to day.
TfiiK Wheels Into Line.
AfSTlX, Tex. Jan. C4.-A resolution
was introduced in the house yesterday
opposing an appropriation to have Texas
represented at the World's fair should the
elections biil become a law. The resolu
tion was referred, aud shoul I the "force"
bill pa it will certainly lie adopt 1
lirfcrtted the Flag Hill.
Columbus. Ohio, Jan. 34. Senator Mas
sie's bill providing for displaying the
American fiagou every Ohio school house
was defeated Thursday in the house.
THE INSURRECTION IN CHILI.
Government Pectus in a Had Way There,
and Keheln on Top.
LovroX, Jan. -4. Advices from Buenos
Ay res state that information has reached
that city from Chili that Valparaiso,
Iquique, Coquimbo. and Pica remain in a
state of blockade. Tha insurgents are
also represented to be masters of the situa
tion. Tarapaca has been seized by the
revolutionists. In Valparaiso all stores
containing, or supposed to contain arms
and ammunition were gutted by the re
The Frettident Must Uesign.
The revolutionists wiil permit the port
of Valparaiso to be reopened to commerce
on condition that tbe foreign consuls ob
serve a neutral attitude. The opiniou gen
erally obtains throughout Chili that
uuless rresiib'iit Ilalmaceda sjieedily re
signs the entire armed force of Chili will
rise iu insurrection. Foreigners residing
in Chili are declared to be sa:e from mo
lestation. Italians living in the country
are accused of having openly aud secretly
given aid and comfort to the revolution
ists. Kidiruied at th C.iliau Li-gation.
Washington City, Jan. 24. The Buenos
Ayres advices reporting continued suc
cesses on the part of the Chilian naval in
surgents are ridiculed at the Chiliau lega
tion here. The startling dispatches which
have reeeutly been printed, it is said at
the legation, originated with merchants
who hope by sending out such reports to
increase the price of nitre, the great Chil
ian product, in F.urope and other conn
tries. A dispatch was received from Val
paraiso yesterday, sayimi that the revolted
ships have been expelled from tlie Chilian
port", aud that the people and iirp.ij sup
port the government.
The McCarthy Ultimatum.
Dublin, Jan. 34. Timothy Healy to-day
presided over a largely attended meeting
of the McCarthyite section of the Irish
parliamentary delegation here yesterday.
In his address Healy said that McCarthy
and Sexton had left for Boulogne to meet
Dillon and O'Brien, the object of their
visit being to bring about a settlement of
existing troubles in the Irish parliament
ary party. Healy further said that the
negotiations would be conducted on the
basis of Parnell's retirement being a con
dition precedent to an arrangement. On
no other condition, said Healy, would
the re be a settlement.
They Made Mutual Apologie.
London, Jan. 24. Tanner has aban
doned his libel suit against Parnell after
mutual apologies. Parnell in a Kilkenny
speech accused Tanner of being a sort of
surgical butcher. They still remain po
litical! f opposed.
i i . -
THE STRIKE ABOUT OVER.
Chicago an 4 Kri Official and Han
Chicago. Jan. 24. -The strikers' com
mittee and the official of th-s Chicago and
Erie railway had a conference here yester
day. The men were represented by E. K.
Clark, chief of the Order of Railway Con
ductors, and Conductors Ilubb trd. Dar
uiodyr Burgess and Crouin, who had been
teudered the use of a special train
from Huntington to Chicago. The com
pany's ollkials present at the conference
were Col. Tucker, general manager; E. B.
Thomas, first vice president; A. M. Mo
zier. superintendent of transportation,
and J. C Morehouse, general superintend
ent. 1 lie conference hinted for several
hours and both sides admit that it was iu
Thought It Wan War on the I nion.
It was developed that the men thought
that the discharge of Train Dispatcher
Scott wan the b.-giuniug of war on the or
ganization, but were told that the com
pany bad u.i intention whatever of inter
fering with their organization aud that
the discharge of Scott was purely and
simply a matter or' necessity. While
Geueral Manager Tucker on Thurs
day u glit had telegraphed to Super.n
teudeut Morehead, then at Hunting a,
that the live train uispatc hers w ho quit
work should not be reinstated, the com
pany, for tbe sake of harmony, waived
this point, but the dismissal of Scotl
was liual and irrevocable. The commute,
w as sat isfied, and the strike w ill probabl)
be declared ofl at once.
No Action at lluntingtn.
Huntington, lnd., Jan. 24. A meeting
of all the broth -rliiMkl orders last night,
which was in continuous session ir.ui.
7.30 p. m. u-.til 1:45 a. in. discuss
inn the report oi the Chicago committee,
adjourned without taking any detiniti
action The meeting whs si-cret and the
Only inl.irii.i.: .on th.it can be derived u
the -t;ie,n.-i.t tli.it the matter is not set
Prince Bau loiiiu, nephew of King lico
pold and heir to tbe throne of Belgium,
died at Brussels Friday.
George Kendall, a farm hand, who was
bitten in the lip by a Skye terru-r at Ar
lington, N. J., two months ago, died ol
hydrophobia in a New York hospital Fri
Under a decision of the Illinois supreme
court, mada yesU-rday. live officiim ol
Cook county will be compelled to refund
$30,0!H)of oalariea drawn before the act
authorizing the increase went into ef
Business failures iu the United States
for the week end.il Friday Aggregated 331;
for corresponding week in 1W, 21.
Mark Baldwin, the well-known baseball
pitcher, ha signed with tbe Columbus
Governor Fifer, of Illinois, pardoned a
man Friday because I. is family were suf
fering more than he was for want of LU
A sharp robtar went to the Chicago
postomce Thursday and asked for and ob
tained the mail of the Northwestern Na
tional bank of that city. He got nothing
valuable to him.
A well-posted man iu New York city
Baid Friday that three-fourths of the seal
"pirates" iu Beuriug sea were American
Professor Gatcheli. of Michigan Mat
University, Friday, while blindfolded and
gloved, opened a combination safe, a hi
Johnstone, the mind-reader.
Henry C. Berg, of Ixmisville, fil years
old, was arrested the other day fur steal
ing tlie silver candlesticks from an K, isco
pal church in that city.
Prince I'.artineff, a Polish uobleman of
high tau-.ily, is in jail at Warsaw for the
murder f an actress, bis mistress, w hoiu
he took into seclusion and killed, llesa.' s
the tleed was done at the girl's request,
but the evidence is against him.
It is stated at Pittsburg that l.VyiOO
miners are preparing to strike iu this
country for the eight -hour day.
The run on the Kansas City Saving
bank has stopped, 'i he U'uik paid out
i ;5i),()0 to depositors wim were ."-cared, aud
was prepared to pay tin.- others.
Maurice Montfi.rd. the Chicago restau
rant keeja-r, says it is false that he has re
fused to take cure of his i M mother.
The doctors at a Berlin hospital cut a
man open the other day and injeettd
Rock'. lynii'h riht into the colony ol
bacilli wuii-h was killing him with ton
sumption. The man is doing well.
The story that "Doc" Wilson, of Moen
Washburn fame, is dead, is denied by s
man who saw him alive in New York city
the other day.
llir WcuthiT Wc May F.xprrt.
Washington City, Jan. SI. -The following
are the weather indications for thirty-six Lour
from 8 p. m. yesterday: For Mi'ihgan aud
Vlvouniii - Luht local snows on the Likin;
gen rul.y f.iir weather in tbe interior; wester
ly winds, l-coming variattle; atationary tetn
porature, except warmer in northwestern
Wisconsin. For Indiana and Illinois-Light
local rains or snows; w-indsshifting to norther
ly; stationary tnmerature, exo-pt colder in
extreme nout hero portion. For Iowa Wai Bi
er, tair weathnr on Saturday; westerly winds
ClIICAOO. .Tan. SI
The quotations on the board of trade to-day.
were as followB: Wheut No. S January, opened
87K-C. cloned 8Ski; Slay, oixned 8.44c, closed
Blc; July, opened K;.je, clusod t om
No. J! Fobruary, opened 4Hc closed:; May.
opened. Sic, cloned 61u; July, opened 01-Hc
closed R."ia,c. Oata No. S Way, opened 4.rc,
dosed 4-Vijc: June, opened and closed 4.'-S:;
July, opened 4C, closed 414 Fork Janu
ary, opened andckwAd (9.73; February, opened
and closed S'J-75; Slay, opened JU.GCLy. c'o-ed
$11.35. Lard-February, opened 15.70, closed
Live stock Union stock yards quotations
were as follows: Hogs Market opened active
and firm: pri 5Q10c higher; light gr .dna,
VLatgarM; rough packing, 33.35&&S); mixed,
VTi.V(3.&"; heavy packing and shipping lota.
$3.50443.70; pig. H70.&3.4a.
Cattlo Biwf Ktoora, f3.153S.63; utockurs and
feeders, $2 405tA8i; cows and bnus, S2.(tta
2.75; calves, fci.VKAi.50. Sheep-Trade active;
fi iX&'y-Zi; lambs, H-2&&5.90.
Produce: Batter Fancy separator. 27c; dair
es, finest fresh, 18Wc; packing atocc, IO.6U0.
Eggs-Freeh candled. &a per dos. Drcnaed
poultry Chickens, ftcper lb; docks, 31i!c;
turkeys. lO&llc; geese, 6&8a Potatoes-VThtte
rose, ft33c per bu: red rose, 90c; Hebron,
aU0c; Peerless. Kiic; Burbanka, 8tr85c
Sweet txitatofM Janvivs. Kt.7rM7ft4fn ru. 1,4
Illinois, 93 UU3.S0. Apples -Cooking. Jo U3t00
per on; eanng. iaajj aucnigan Choioe,
fa.754.00; peddlers' stock, SL&&d0.
Kbw York. Jan. Z3.
Wheat-No. 2 red winter cash, 81. w; do
February, W.iH; do March, 11.044; do May,
fl.ttvc Corn No. t mixed cash. (Uc; do Jan
nary, tnc; do May, OHtfc Oats Quiet; No.
2 mixed cash, 61c; do February, 61c; do
May, 51)4c. Bye Neglected. Barley Neg
lected. Pork-Dull; moss, $11.5011.75 tat
new. Lard Quiet; FebruaT, March,
OUioAU). Chlcaco isis. (Clark St.
.( b t'J!l TraatTc !i IV G.-mtr
SKILL and SDCCESS
CtroiiiCjNEiTOuS atf Kraft Earn
S"NERVOUS DEBILTTY, Lett Kta
hood. Failing Mtmory, Enctmg Dratoa,
Terrible Dreams. Head act! t Atbe trd aU
theeffe, t ead,ng lo early de&ay ". rrh js Coo
- rvmptioa or Insanity, treated -.ci.ubc) ty acw
BieUiad with ncvrr-f.orJ nc.-!.
SYPHILIS mf 1 bd BloM sad Skin
Diseasei permanently cured.
WKIDNEY and UklNAPY cowpUioH.
Gleet. Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocels and
all daeatea the Cenito-Urury 0-rn cured
promptly without injury to btomacc, Kjdarys or
SNo experiments. Age and ekperleBCe
Important. Conaultation free and sacred,
""All correnpondrnre i narrrdlv ffivate
Forty Years Practire enabln Pr Clarke tn Guar
antee Cures In oil Crrahlc Cm -1 frrBis,
Hrrsfsla, KrrpMlU. Blsdder asd KMsey bU.
ease, Lesrorrktra asd rMak Troakies. I.Wr
sipUist. l atarrk. all Blood, hkia asd .1er
No matter who has failed to core you. rrits
Dr. Clarke a full history of yotir r. Hours.
8 to a ; Sundays. 9 ' s- Call on or addrcts
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CMICACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
1 Why ryblfetoqiuirkssTBnthsbsst
m'J"t Bdical trealment ran bs bad fir reaaoo
X J able pnrenot Tbe I'srnCbrairal ("o nr
jj f parisl from th pr.ar-ilpimof l)r. Wtll
w ,imphfK-uuipf world-wide rppute?
yTfltlWC 11(11 "onenna from seminal
. ' UUnO lr.CH and Ninroo. It.oiiiiy
kMBB7 Iim of Mernorv. ItmoondHni-r.
fromtwrly bidiwrptwinnor oUxtnumi; alu
UIODLESEO UEN In uk1.
Her and Bladder troubles. rtc will Bnd our Moiiiud
'f Trpsunent a (safe, -nats and Mwvdr CL Rli.
tu Ul PICT irC sperworepr.iUatl
OLMIn AL 180 1 ILLCO. Imul URlinm will
fKiteuretbeabovsailmonta. I h- William
rbo has civen speetal aupnlesi to tbsas
wsw formsnr rears, nrevrilara Mau-
nal l"astlllea wbtrb artdirertl ai tn
aiaeawdomn,and toptuis arr bwr
than SUima-b atndiniiea, aa Uff am na
chanirod byuieicaMrtculer and rvquirenu
chance of diet or lalerruraiuo In busioma.
HOME TREATMEKT from Iktowidaja.
ftUn f mm t-iJUU lu Sl&iM, awed witb an-
WIU lams' private prartMW. Ulvs them a trial.
CDCririp ln 01 fortbsKidneraandBuvldereares
MLWII IW HU,0l rwvntcaaiw In one to f.mr days
UTERINE EUTR0PH1C ruwJ!."'
call or write forCautiorosand Iniunualkxi bcXors
Oouauluas others. Adilrrw
tHE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 WiscotaiH STittr. k-iLWAtlCIE, VIS.
Pa HUHraaara' 8racunc are aoeotin rally sad
carefully prejiarwd pmrrlixjooa ; awd tr many
ynara in prtvate practice wlihaotvmnvand for or
IhlrtT y vara used by tnr pmplr. Every anuria Spa
clnr isaaperlal care for Uir dlarast aatwd.
Tome Spec I Oca cure wllbout druiortnx. ptlTf
Ing or reduruia; tha ayatem, and ars in fart and
dewltheewverelgB reaardiesrikc arid.
uxt n PtmnriL aon. rran.
1 Kevera. t'-oninwoon. turiammatvm ..
4 orasa. Worm Fever. Worm C.rile .
3 Trylag Calir, orTrthlnii irf Infmnu
Jniarraea, of Children or Adults ...
( bslera, nfarbaa. visniung
7 ('aika, Cold, bronchitis
Kriralila, Tontnarbn, tmrtmrttr ...
leaaaraea, rira neaoaeaa. vertigo
lyaacMla, BUlnus StnmarSi
Saaarntta or Palatal Periods.
I biles. Ko rmruiip 1'rrloua .
; frsap. Cooftb, infflroll Itrrsthlng ...
Halt Kbeaas. Errals-bM, Lruptkina.
i KbeaaBat it aa, KbrnmauV- PaJua....
) Fever and Aiir. t'hllla, Kalana....
Piles, Mind or bleeding
I Cslarrb. Influenxa. Cld In tbe Bead
I Wbaopiar ('( Viob-ut Coukos.
i rnersl lrbllllv.l by steal Weak ucaa
' Kidney llismse
1 Nervosa llekility 1
t riaary Weakneaa, Wetting Bed.
! Uiseaaesaf ihclleart.PalpitaUoal
Sold by rrrnrrita. or sent pfiTpaid on receipt
of price. Ia Hi-rHKsrYM' aiaKrau (14 pacw)
richly bound In cloth and irold. mailnd free.
HTTMFHREYS' MEDICINE CO-.
Cor. WilUam and John btreeta, Krw York.
TBE mU SAVINGS BAKK
(Ctar.ei by the Ler.iat3rc of Illinois.)
MOL1NE, - ILLS.
Open caily from 8 A. N. 'o 3 P. M.. and on Toe
di7 asd a:ai1y Et'L:ti froa 7 to
Ia?r.-s: hli-.wed on Dtspofi ts at the rate
o. 4 jtr Lent. tr Atcuin.
Dt-posits received in amounts of
f 1 jiiid Upwards.
Tbe prlvata pm;ierty of tbe Trashes is reapoa
r'.b'e to the depositors. The oScere are prohibi
ted from normwias any of its moneys. Minors
and married worm c proUrcted by vpecial law.
Orrtcsa: . W. Wbiiioci, President; Poav
mSxaiKii, VicePrccidect; C. P. UiasrwAT.
Tbcwtsb: S. W. Wbeelock, Porter fklnner,
C. F. nmenway, J. SUss Leas, Q. H Edwards,
Blrsm Darling, A. S. Wright. J. a. Krator, U
H. Hemes way, C. Vltzthnm,
E4PThe only chartered ttavingt Back In Rock
I. land Coantf .
After 22 years axperieccc ta tearJiIng Inetrs
mecUl Masie, I wtll promise yon more theory with
less lessons for the least money of acy teacher la
under oar supervision, given each Juvenile pupil.
Teachers will save money to order their Maaic
Books of ns One-third off of marked price oa
Sheet annate to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avesoe.
Ws make s specialty of teaching inexperienced
teacbers bow to teach.
Address me at lvOS Brady St., Davenport, Ta.
K8. C. A. NEBEUR.
Thg G Is acknowledge
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Theory uio reffie-'yi-sr
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aaCSiStTi.l Ea A. J. tnPNKK. M. D,
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WW aa I We are tbe Kanufactiuwrs.
Do sot fail to get aa Lrnuts Before Contracting,
IOOIOO Franklin-St.. Chioao,
The Orest rrenc- Hemedy for Ssppressions
and Monthly Irregi.i .Uee.
Ladies Use Le t PerkxJScsJ PHI, of Paris,
France: goarauteed to accomplish all that la
claimed for them. -To be seed monthly for troublse
pecaliat. to women. Fall directions with each
box. S per box or three boxes for 15. Americas
Pill Co., royalty proprietors, bpeaoer. Iowa. The
fennineplU obtained of Otto Kadert! Xlaaetres.
Kock Island, jap pe 4k Cow, DaTswport, and of ail
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THE MOLINE WAGON.
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Hanulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete has of PLATPOSM sad axber Sprtng Wsgons, epecUIlr vdsp(e4 te tbe
Westers trade. ef saperior workmaa.k'p and taukT rUaatrsted rnc List tnmm
appdeauoa. nee Ue MULliiK WAUOS before parcbastag.
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CIIA9. W. YERBURT. Kkakjtr.
B1. C. HOPPE,
5 d?j) Tzm
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Comoany
Cexapeb TBA5 gaisoLEj.
Send for circa lsr. (Telepbobe
(Bcrxewaor to Oo-'waSer A epOrer)
Contractor and Builder,
8hop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th streets,
(Trod Koch Old stand.)
CXA11 kiada of Carpenter work and repairing done. Balis? action guaranteed.
Ofloo mad Bhop Corner Sereslecrth EL
ua cerenta ATenue,
'-Ail KLnas of ArUstit srers a specialty.
House and Sign Painter.
rVst-ciass Orsiala; and Paper Essrlaf,.
p. o Box era
GEORGE SCHAFEB, Proprietor.
im Second Atcsbc. Corner of 8:xUctth Street. . Opposite Harper's rVrt'it.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Bee andCigars always on Hand
Free f-Snr-k f,.n TV. m .
Pi Wrl l B H
DAVIS & CO, '
Bplele stock of
Pipe?, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
- Rote A(rt,u for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
We raaraafew every oee perfeet. and rl seed Ct pe.
Twenty csy trial, u reeponaibls parUea.
8x-'ety lie tic g Doikrs and Coo tractors for
f mLabln and lsjint Water, ud
l?lt Ton Arm,
Rock lalaad. Llinou.
Telepbeee 1JO. BealSeace T'ebrtbsae 100.
MID GAS FIREH.
AJTD DKALEJI IX
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
ITBeit work a, fair price. Ert'rcaltt farsinbed.
0c And shop S19 lSlh St. Telepbose 1181.
Rock Island, HI.
HA I BXCETTXO Ell
1603 Second arenne.
Rocs Iblavd, III.
T. IL ELLLS..Rock Island, m..
1JSC Cor. PoorveeiiU Bt. and Secood Are
settmabBS for a3 kinds wf srLSww
Sis? Fearta Ave. beCCst sadOd Eta.
. ROCK TBLAKD.
laaivicaes EarsisW M fbort VeUc.