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jireme i""!' nii Bonier (towers in
adniira'ty en? tlmn any district court
of the ruit.il states. Replying to the at
toroey general's argument that the matter
of the extent i.i the dominion of the United
Stales in Behring sea is a political ques
tion, etc, Carlisle insisted that t he real
question was whether the judiciary c in
avoid construing, in a case involving pri
vate rights, acta of congress aud a treaty,
which are all parts of the supreme laws of
The Senate mad Hons in Brief.
Washington Citt, Jan. 28. -The senate
yesterday approved the journal of Thurs
day last, including the whole time up to
Monday evening. The credentials of Stan
ford of California and Irby of South
Carolina, were -filed. Hoar objected t
the wording of the latter's credentials, tht
governor having undertake i to "commis
moo" the senators, instead of simply cer
tifying to their election. The apportion
ment bill waa taken up, and Davis and
lU-rry spoke in favor of an amendment in
creasing t he representation to 3oU His
rock and Hale opposed, and the senate ad
In the house Springer offered as privi
leged a resolution declaring unlawful the
re nsal of the speaker Monday to order a
riranitulntion of votes on the approval of
the journal Monday, when it was demand
ed. McKiuley made the point that, the
speaker was justified under the ruins, aa
ttie demand was clearly dilatory. The
point was sustained, aud an appeal waa
(aid on the table The military academy
ttill was then taken up and the Democrats
silled time by talking on any subject
ixcept the bill until adjournment.
Break inn Quorum in Committee.
Washington City. Jan. S8. The house
;ommittee on elections met yesterday to
try and dispose of the contested election
case of Eaton against Phelan from the
Tenth district of Tennessee, but owing to
the absence of a quorum the committee
was unable to do so. The committt- has
had several meetings for the purpose of
disposing of the ca-j, but it has beet! pre
vented from taking action, owing to the
absence of the Democratic members.
For a Tariflc Orean Cable.
Washington Citt Jan. 28. Mitchell
yesterday introduced a bill in the s nate
to incorporate the Pacific Cable company
for the purpose of establishing and operat
ing submarine telegraph liues from San
Francisco to the Hawaiian islands and
thence via Samoa to New Zealand, and
also to Japan. The principal o;Bce of the
company is to be in San Francisco.
RIOTOUS SCOTCH STRIKERS.
Nnn-l nion Worknirn Attacked, Propertj
Destroyed and Trains Stoned.
Glasgow, Jn. 2.3. Monday a mol of
masked" strikers, armed with sticks and
stones, attacked and severely beat a y,nng
of men who were at work in and near th
locomotive shed of the Caledonian rail
road at Strathaveu. The rioters broke a
number of windows, drove the non-union
workmen away, and then ran one of tht
engines into a turn table pit aud derailed
another locomotive. At Wemyss Bay the
strikers have gathered in the neigh bor
bood of the railroad bridges over the Firth
of Forth, from which point of vantage
they bombard with stones the engineers
and firemen of passing trains, some of
whom have been injured. Below Greenock
Monday the railroad tracks were found to
have been smeared over with soft soap,
rendering impossible the passage of trains
until the rails had been washed.
PAPER MILL EXPLOSION.
Two Men Known To Be Dead and Oth
Steeling, Ills., Jan. 2$. The Rock Fill
paper mill was blown up by an explosion
of "bleach" at 6:30 last evening The nil
was demolished. Two men. John Meyers
aud Alonzo Bell, have been taken from
the ruins dead. Three or four other work
men are missing, and are supposed to be
iu the ruins. The accident happened j ist
at the hour the day and night forces ware
changing places, aud as many were cc ru
ing and going it will be impossible to
know wno is missing for a time.
Convention of Press Club.
riTTSBriiG, Pa.', Jan. 28. The Interna
tional Pre-s club convention commented
its sessions here yesterday. Over sever ty
delegates were present, representing all
the great cities of the United States. Tiie
morning session was wholly occupied with
organization. The following were elected
permanent officers: President, Foster S.
t'oates, New York Mail and Express; fi "st
vice president, J. Anderson Boyd, Toronto
Mail; second vice president, V. B. West
ern, Grand Rapids, Mich.; secretary, Mrs.
Peake, Cleveland, O.
Tenting the McKinley Hill.
New Yokk, Jan. 2S. The suit of Stern
bach & Co. against the collector of tLfo
port, the object of which is to tent trie
constitutionality of the McKinley bill,
came before Judge Lacomb, of the Unit-d
Suites circuit court yesterday. The judge
affirmed the collector's decision, and the
case will lie now appealed totheUuitd
States supreme court. The ground of the
claim of the unconstitutionality is the
fame as in other similar suits the onu
sum of the tobacco clause.
nd of a Shoemakers' "Strike.
Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 28. The long
and hotly contested strike of the employe
of the I. Cox Shoe company, which hf.s
been on since May 29, 1890, has come to an
end. By the terms of the settlement tie
company is to retain all the non-union
employes at present in its service, but
agrees to give the preference to the ei -
strikers in filling all vacancies that may
It tin Down and Killed by a Motor.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 2a Peter Daffy, a
salesman, was run down by a motor on
the Walnut Hill line last evening, ami
was almost instantly killed. Duffy wa
nnving along the street car track wueu
the car came rushinedown the hill toward
h'm. He tried to turn his horse out of thj
track, but the wheels slipped, and instead
of mounting the rails, held the buggy in-
'hot at a Deer and Killed a Man.
Ellsworth, Me., Jan. 28. Eliot Giles, a
Joung married man of Mariavills, wan
shot and killed bv his brother-indaw. Mr
Richardson, while deer hunting Monday.
Air. Richardson was shooting at a deer
w lien Giles got wit hin range of his gut.
and was struck by a bullet with the above
The Ilusnian Language for Russian.
Rondos, Jan. 28. Russia has given or-
at rs that history shall be taught through
out the emnire in the Russian language,
the obiect Imimr tn efface the Swedish and
Finnish tongue -in Finland, German in
me Baltic provinces, and Folwn in roiano.
BUltNED IN EFFIGY.
Some Pennsylvania Republic
ans Very Wroth.
THEY LOVE DON CAMERON NO MOEE.
A Censure for Senator Washburna Also
The Granger Chefs at Topeka Com.
plete the Cooking- of IngalU' Sena
torial 4,oe Judge PeftVr the Man
Who Knocked the Persimmon The
Daily Mo..ntonr at the Capital of Hit.
Blnols- State Legislative Miscellany.
Pittsbuu-., Pa., Jan. 28. Senator Cam
eron was burned in effigy at Wood Run
last night by indignant Republ.caus who
resented his course in voting against Sen
ator Aldrich's cloture rule aud force bill.
About T o'clock a mass meeting was held
at the rooms of the Wood R in Repub
lican club, at which vigorous speeches
were dt-livtred by a number of politicians.
James Chipman, a former member of the
common ciuncil of Allegheny, denounced
Senator Cameron as a traitor to the party
an 1 pi-eseuted a petition addressed to the
legislature, asking that body to request
t lie senator to resign.
An .liijrets to Ki-pub iriti.
The document was extensively signed
and a comsniitee was appointed to pre
pare au address to Republicans throuh
oi;t the state, asking them to forward sim
ilar petitions to Harrisburg. Then the
crowd formed into Hue, headed by a bra-s
band and an express wagon containing an
olMgy labeled "Traitor Cameron," and
marched to the public square, when the
figure was suspended from telegraph wires
a rts t lie street and burned. Ex-Alderman
Chapman acted as master of ceremo
nius, and delivered an extremely caustic
speech before the match was applied.
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 2!i At a meet
ing yesterday of the Republican state cen
tral committee nupplemented by promi
nent mem bers of the party all over the
the state a resolution was adopted cen
suring Senator Washburn for his vote
agaiust the cloture ruie.
NO CHOICE IN ILLINOIS.
Worrying the F. M. B. A. Men Proceed
ings in the legislature.
SpitiNUHELn, Ills., Jan. '-8 The senate
yesterday abolished the rule requiring
senators when present to vote on all ques
tions. Rills were introduced: To fix rates
for telephones; togivv the balance of Dear
born park, Chicago, for the use of a public
library to be built with l;e Soldiers' Me
morial hall for which one-fourth of park
ha already been given; to change the
name of the Illinois Reform school atFon
tiac to the Illinois Stat reformatory, and
providing for iu government; appropriat
ing $135. (Hit) for contingent exju-s of the
state militia; to regulate insurance com
panies. In the hous3 bills were introduced:' To
consolidate the supreme court at Spring
field in continuous session; to dictate to
street railway companies what they shall
charge for tickets for a numlierof rides;
to permit doctors to sell medicines to
others than their patients; an anti-ink-ertoa
bill, prohibiting owters of property
from employing private, policemen to
guard the same; to repeal the statute
which limits damages against a railway
for loss of life to $.,l0; making a mort
gage, etc., an interest in the property
which secures its payment, and taxable;
to reduce legislators' per diem to 4, and
cut other legislative salaries 20 per cent.
(Taubeueck). A petition was received
from the K. of L asking certian legisla
tion for workingmen. The resolution in
structing the senators for the state to vote
against the 'force" Lill was adopted by a
strict party vote the F. XL B . A. men not
The Joint Session.
Iu joiut session six ballots were taken,
resulting like all the others, the farmer
menilters voting with the Republicans for
adjournment. These members continue
to .-i.-vt.-rt that under no circumstances will
they vote for either Palmer or Oglesby.
They have Wen nearly overwhelmed with
letters and personal appeals from nearly
everywhere to vote for Palmer. La-t
night President Hall, of the Missouri Al
liance, Li bored with them. "I told him,"
said Dr. Moote, "that we had been receiv
ing more advice from those outside of the
organization that constitutes our direct
coiitit ueiicy than we desired, and that we
were very sorry not to be able to comply
with his requt-st."
INGALLS SNOWED UNDER.
w'atlg.? PeHer Will He the JCext Senator
II is Record.
Topeka, Kan., Jan. 28. At thirteen
minutes past 12 o'cl.tck yesterday Senator
Ingal'.s was defeated for re-election to the
United Suites senate. Every Alliance man
remained steadfast nd supjwrted Judge
W. A. PefTer in accordance with the cau
cus agreement Monday uiglit. lie received
its votes to Ingalls' 5S. Gen. Charles W.
IJIair. of Leavenworth, received six Demo
cratic votes. When the result was an
nounced iu the house members jumped on
tiieir desks and gsve t'aree cheers and
wived hats, coats aud handkerchiefs in
the air. It was the most exciting scene
ever witnessed in a Kansas legislature.
The New Senator's Keeord.
Judge Peffer has been a leading man in
the farmers' movement for years, though
origiuully a Republican. His principles
now are: Free coinage of silver; low tar
iff giviug protection to weak industries
an average of 20 per cent, ad valorem
would do, bethinks; a liberal issue of
greenbacks; the 2 per cent, government
lo-in scheme, and opposition to the force
bill. He served in th .-irmy during the
rebellion, mostly on detached duty, and
studied law while serving. He is in favor
of everything the Alliance asks, in fact,
and is a good representative of that body.
Vilas Klected Senator.
Madison'. Wis., Jan. 28. William Free
man Vilas was elected United States sena
tor yesterday, his term to commence
March 4 next, and he to succeed John C.
Spooner. In the senate Vilas received 16
votes, and Spooner 14. Horn and Kenne
dy. Democrats, were absent, and Kempf.
a Republican, likewise. In the assembly
Vilas had 06 votes and Spooner
but 31. Vilas thus having re
ceived fc2 out of the 127 votes cast was
officially declared elected to-day. In the
senate yesterday a few bills of minor im
portance were introduced. In the house a
hot fight was waged on the reports on the
education bill. The Democratic report
was for repeal of the Bennett law and.
after every Republican proposition was
voted down the renort waa nrlm.t.a.t s,
Republicans helping to make up the td
rotes in the affirmative.
The Farmers' Alliance at Omaha.
Omaha, Feb., Jan. 28 -The session of
the Farmers' Alliance yesterday waa al
most entirely given over to speechmak
ing Despite the statement of principle
made before the convention as to it not
being a secret organisation, newspaper re
porters were excluded. John H. Powers,
the head of the national organisation, who
Is now contesting the election of Boyd for
governor of the state, delivered a long ad
dress. In the speeches of the afternoon,
railroads, usury, and "practical" politic
came in for criticism. It waa decided to
adopt a ritual with pledires for all mem
bers. The report of the traveling lecturer
kIiowh a phenomenal growth. A resolu
tion com mandatory of the action of the
three Alliance men in the Illinois legisla
ture was adopted.
To ltr. sk lite South Dakota Deadlock.
PlKKitK, S. D., Jan. 2. The house has
begun the process of breaking the dead
lock on senator by "firing" Republican
members. The house refused to let tl e
supreme court decide the technical qnea
ti in upon which dep -nils the seats oi the
L. iwrenee county meinl rs and at a long
S'sMoti Monday night unseated all the
R -publicans from that county ns fat nP
tiiey could lie brought up. The R.-puli-llcana
talk of starting a Louse, of toe.r
Moo-ly Withdraws from the Kara.
Cjiu v;, J in. 2 A special to The
H -ra'.d iroiii I'.err?, S I)., says; Senator
M tody Monday night released the Repub
lican caucus Iroiii further allodia ue to
hi.n In view of the utter ho;sclesnes
h s caxi. Yest.-rday on th last jo.nt l allot.-.
M.xhI only received S.l votes. Harden
Ke'tin' J4, ( ross 17, Tr.pp 24, and the re-maitiui-r
scattered aim ng ten candidates.
He's f..r rrhi!ti!in!i. lt'Gosli.
St. Pali., Minn., Jan. 28. Mr. Rjorge
introduced a bill iu the house yesterday
providing for an amendment of article 1
of the state constitution by adding an
amendment thereto which prohibits the
manufacture and sale of all intoxicating
liquors aa a Severge. The bill was i
fe.-red to tho committee on temperance.
Many negro families in Alabama are
moving to Oklahoma.
An avalanche at Floresta, Italy, de
ar, royed eleven houses and killed nineteen
Gen. Miles is en rout to Chicago with a
n imlierof hostile Indian chiefs, who are
to be confined at Fort Sheridan, near that
Spain has accepted the proosal of the
Uuited States government forthe negotia
tion at Washington City of a reciprocity
treaty relating to American trade with
Fourteen Mesons nt Springfield. 0.,have
followed the example of their Chicago
brethren aud contributed pieces of skin
from their arms to cover a sore on a broth
er Mason's leg.
About 100 sheep butchers sro on a strike
at the Chicago Stock Yards. They have
no common cause of complaint. T host
working by the day want piece work, and
those employed at piece work want day
Fierce fighting is reported betwe-n the
Chilian insurrectionists and the govern
ment troops. President Ualmaceda told
the resident ministers of foreign countries
that he expects to subdue the rcbeilion
A notice of reduction of wage at the
Southern Steel company's works, Chat
tanooga, Tenn., has moved the men af
fected to lietray the fact that they were
hired in Kngland in violation of the :on
tract labor law.
Bruce Douglas, aged 28 years, who
claimed to be the nephew and heir of Rob
ert Tercy Douglas, the fourth earl of that
name, died at the county hospital, Saa
Francisco, Sunday, as the result of dis
sipation and pneumonia.
A collision occurred Monday on the Un
ion Pacific, at Irving, Kan., by which two
t ildie'rs Sergt. Schortoat, Ilattery K.
and Private Weil. Troop G, Seventh cav
alry lost their lives, and twelve other sol
diers were wounded, none seriously.
Rev. Seymour Stover, an early settler in
Illinois, died Monday morning at the
borne of his son-in-law, C. N. Gary, at
Wheaton, Ills. He was a minister of the
Methodist Kpiscop.il church and a metu-b-rof
the Rock River conference for fifty
Father Crafts, the Roman Catholic
misniou.iry who assailed ludian Commia-
oner Morgan, and was challenged by
Morgan to prefer charges and have the
matter investigated, replies in a letter in
Wiiich he denounces Morgan, and advo
cates an inquiry, but does not accept Mor
It i.-, reported in New York that Robert
Ray llamiltou, the husband of Kva. has
come to life in Idaho, his alleged death
having lieen a ruse to get rid of Kva. A
New York judge recently declared Kva the
wife of one Mann, and Ray having secured
bis obj-x-t, has resurrected himself.
Chicago, Jan. 27.
The quotations on the board of trade to-day.
were as follows: Wheat No. 2 Jannarv, opened
Vic, dosed '.Hc; Hay. opened 9Uc, closed
9&for. July, opened ttrtc, dosed tflc Corn
No. S February, opened and dosed 49c; May,
opened, IT-uc, closed 58c; July, opened Scftc,
closed i."1--.. Oata No. t Hay, opened .rHc
closed 4Vc; Jane, opened 46c, dosed tjc;
July, opened and closed 41c. Pork Janu
ary, opened $T5, dosed $9.90; February,
opened fu.80, closed f 6i; Hay, opened $10.87)4,
Closed $10.00. Lard February, opened f 3.87)4
Cattle Beef steers, $3 .M&5.T0; stocknrs and
feeders, $3.T5; cows an 4 bulla, HOO&ta.UU;
calves, $2.30(45.50. Sheep Trade fairly ac
tive; $3.5iV$o.UO; lambs, $4.75S.TO,
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, 37c; dair
ea. finest fresa, laSJc; packing- too, 10211a.
Eggs Fresh candled, SSSc per duz. Dressed
poultry Chiekens, 6&7cper lb; dunks. B&lOHc;
turkeys, luetic; geese, ftSc. Potatoes White
rose, 9 tk- per bu; red rose, 90c; Hebron,
KxgJOc; Peerless, tWSftJc; Bnrbanka,
Sweet potatoes Jerseys, $3."jdi4.U0 per brl;
Illinois, J.U&a.a0. Apples -Cooking, Vi.O0Q4.Uu
per brl; eatintr. $4.UAit.U0; Michigan choice,
tJ.7ife4.0U; iteUdlers' stock, $1.5U3 50.
New York. Jan. 87.
Wheat - No. S red winter cash, ti. ?--. do
Hay, ?14!4: do Jane, $l.(r.)4c; do July, Vs$a.
Corn No. t mixed cash, (Jc; do January, 2c;
do February, 61 "-4 c. Oats -Quiet; No. 2 mixed
cash. Sic; do Hay, 61"6c Rye Nominal.
Barley Nominal. Pork Iull: mess, $11.30
1L"5 for new. Lard Dull; March, $6.14;
Live btock: Cuttle No trading in beeves;
dressed beef, steady; native sides, 6H3Ac V ft.
Sheep and Lambs Firm and active; sheep.
S4.00&5-U V 10u ; lambs, $.auft.B?H. liofs
Nominally steady; Uv hogs. i.VX&M V WO
deluded the unhappy victim of
catarrh in the head. He's been
told that it can't be cared. Don't
you believe it. It can be, and it
a no matter how bad or of how
long; standing. It haa been done
for thousands by Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. Other so called
remedies may palliate for a time ;
this cures for all time. By its mild,
soothing, cleansing and healing
properties, it conquers the worst
cases. Its makers offer, in good
faith, a reward of $500 f A a case
of catarrh which they cannot care.
They are able to pay it. Are you
able to take it?
The symptoms of catarrh are,
headache, obstruction of nose, dis
charges falling into throat, some
times profuse, watery, and acrid, at
others, thick, tenacious, mucous,
purulent, bloody, putrid and offen
sive ; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
deafness; offensive breath; 6mell
and taste impaired, and general
debility. Only a few of these
symptoms likely to be present at
once. Thousands of cases termi
nate in Consumption and end ia the
grave, without ever having mani
fested all these symptoms. Dr.
Sage's Ilemedy cures the worst
cases. 50 cents, by druggists.
Sure frrrU established "i J i sa So.
a,ure teres: j Chicago, ins. I c:arkst.
The Regular Oii-Estoilial
PHYSICIAN AUD SCECEOB
I sUil Traa!!.- x th tt-3ite
SKILL and SUCCESS
Cironic, NerTons ffiflMTtf&Diaasa
"NERVOUS DEBILITY. Lot Mas.
hood. Failing Memory, bihaus'.i Oraias.
Terrible Dreams. Head and back Achs end sU
theefTrcti led.n to early decay ar.il patupkCoa.
-umption cr Insanity, treated tucnuticaHy by new
method with nrvrr-fiJ nc rncctK
-SYPHIU13 and aT. bad B'.ooi isd Skin
Diseases permanently cured.
-KIONEY and UKINARY complaints.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture. Varscsce'.a and
ail diseases of the Gemto-Ur'nary Crz.as cared
promptly without injury to &t03uca, r uinejt or
a7 No experiments. Are ar.i eierleoea
important. Consultation free and sacred.
4AU correspondence is arrrd: mils
Forty Years' Practice enable fr. CUrV.- -Guarantee
Cores in all CnraMe Case From.
Krrftfsla. Syphilis. BIi4lrr a4 K! Isry Iris
east. Lsrorrka aad r'rmalr Troit Ir. Liver
Camplaiat, i atarra. all B!ood. skis sad r
No leaner who has failed to cure rou. write
Dr. Clarke a full history of your civ Hours.
8 to 8; Sundays, o to ix. Call on or a 14r?s
F. D. CLARKE. M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHICACO. ILL.
TO TIIE AFFLICTED !
Wo y bst bl f f to aoarka mrbra tte bast
mHlu9ii trvn ur-til rn M aad for reason
sle ptKwuf The lera t'henitcal Co pra
pared from the prescriptions of Ir. Will-
am.a pnyMC4an or wurki-Hie rrpuU f
mi VI n UCH suoennii i rum wolnal
UU H 0 PJIL.nl and Kvi-tous iMiillti
Ixs of Meow?. Dt-sDonderjeT. mtc-
frum early indisrretmnaor oU-rcaui; also
MIDDLE6ED MEN InaTailc'tSriyTmTf Ekd?
ny and bTa1k-r tmaMrs, rtc, will Bad our MoUioil
t reatment a mim, (.nam ana ropeway I L KK.
ruiUll DICTIIICe KowetxpmTeiiUiat!n
JL.SX IrlAL I AO I IL.LL.O, k-mal mediciiMW skaM win
t-ti re ibn above ailments. Iir.Wiiliams.
bo has siren special auntKm to the
!eaes fur manr rears. DresrrlbM Hemi.
nal laittllMs whaca act directly opoo ta
diseased onrans,snd restore VMrur better
thsn Mumich Medicines, as the are not
chanaed b yt be sastrtc ) ulce and rvq u i re no
cnauare ox aietorintemipuuninoaaine
UnUC TDC1TUTIIT fcses.1sin
liwssk I iikA I Mil, i irriai utoauoays
C""tln from M.IM to f 15.00. nsed wllb lit
Willisms pnvste practice. Give tbem a trial.
PPPIFIP Nn 01 '"TtbeKldneyaandBladderCTirea
OILbll lb HU.OI rerrntrasrelaone to four days.
UTERINE EUTROPMC XIZZX'"1
Call or writ" f r Cul ktnw ol IntucmAUua betta
vastt nriki s BTrasva f sak
IS9 Wiscoaw STBttr, MU.WAUKIE, WIS.
m a m m m m m m mm mm.
Fcr Ecrses, Cattle, Sheep, Ion, Hen, '
S00 Pate Bapfc p Treatsseat ef AalmaU
ad Chart reat Free.
A.A.fHalaal Mealslt is, M ilk Fever.
H.K. iralaa, Laariria, KheassatUaa.
r.('.IMstesBBer, Nasal Discharges.
.D Bets ar (iralva, H arass.
K.E. eacha, H eaves, Paeasaeala.
r.r. atio sr unsea, ueuyacbe.
Single Bottle (over 90 doessk ' . . ,q
Stable Caa, wttk Bpectflna, MannaL
Veterinary Cure Oil and Uo41oahM 97.
Jar Veteriaar CarwOlL, l.M
Sold br Dmrgists; or Seat Prepeid anywhere
and ia say quantity oa Raoaipt of Prioa.
STTHPITSTS ifEmararH no
Corner William and Joam Bta, Hew Tort
EOKEOFATHIC ff ff
Nemos Dciilitr. Vital Weakrjsx.
and ProeUatioa. from uvstwutk or othr miim
and ProeUatioa, from" over
91 per viaLor Crisis sod lai
Hold ST usooanrra, or sei
lane vial aowdcr. fa. SA
sooanrrs. or sent postpaid oa raoeiuk
rii HDsfPHRITV Hinmai m
Cor. William and John ttL, V. tN
'iWe are the atanufacturera.
Do sat fail to fret an Estmate Before Contnctisf
IQ4-IOC FranklirvSt.. Chlcuo.
The Great French Remedy for Suppressions
and Monthly IrregnlariUee.
Ladies Use Le One' Periodical PU1. of Pans,
Prance: ruarsnteed to accomplnh all that It
claimed for them. To be used monthly for troubles
K collar to women. Pall directions with each
z. 93 per bos or three boxes for t&. amerlcaa
Pill Co., royalty proprietors, Bpeaesz, lows. The
rename pill obtained of Otto Kadert, Klai street.
Rock Island, Jsppe Co,, Davenport, aa4 of aU
r m i
H. ll.lrlaary aaa Kldaey Diaeaaea.
I. l.Eraptive Diseases, Manse.
J.K.Diseaaea af Uisestkea, Paralrsia.
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1 III MliMillJii UliUlllI Uj
Manulacturers oi FARM, SPRfflG and FREIGHT WAGOHS
A roll arid complete line of PLATFORM sad other Aptinf Warrjea. eepeC'f adapted to tao
W cetera Usde.of eaperior workaaaashlp and fialsh. tllaswated Prleo List free oa
spplicauoa. aeeihekiouSiB VT A UO!f before parcaastnx.
CHAS. W. YERBURY. Maoacer.
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Comoany
II III K
Csxapxb THA5 Shhtolm. T. II. ELLI3, Bock Iiland. EL.
Bend for circa'.ar. (Telephone 10M) Cor. Foortoealh Bt. and second Art.
(3oeceaaor to OalwaCer at Bpler)
Contractor arid. Builder,
Shop Third arenue, between 10th and 11th streets,
(Tred Koch ' old ttaad.)
O" All kind of Carpenter work tad renaJrinx done. BaUaf actio roAraalee4.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Berenteeath Sl
and Serenth Arenue,
"Ail hinds of Artljle won a vpee'jLlt. Tmm sad eoUmaUo for a3 Had of ktiBCS
farslabad oa appUcatioa.
House and Sign Painter.-
Flrtt-claetGraiiklriX and Fapor Htni'.ar.
P. O. Box 72 .
GE0EGE SCHAFEB, Proprietor.
101 Second Ayes. Corset of ai ztoeLth Street. Oppoelte Barpor Thoatra.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Bee and Cigars always on Hand
rr Luck Brery Day - . aaaiaiche raraUaa oa Chart Hotic.
DA7IS & co;
A compIeU stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire BricV:, Etc.
Solo Afeata for
OEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
We faanateo every one perfect, an 4 win send Ct pa.
Twenty day's trial, to reeponaiblo partiea.
Safety nemtios DoiWra and Contractor for
furnishing and lajine Water, and
Sewer Pipe. '
1712 First Atk.,
Rock Iilaad. Elinoii.
Telephone Hit. Residence TeVrpaoao 10a.
aJTO DRAXXa IS
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hos, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
work at fair price. Eatimate romiabed.
ani stop 319 lS'Ji S.. Telephone 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
Hal BXCaUTKO IU
No. 1808 Second arenne.
Rock Lslaitd, III.
Eao? roarta Ave. bet. Cm and ttd Sta.