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Freaks of a Demented Girl in
EEE PET AVERSIONS PERSECUTED.
A Bap''' Clergyman Made I'tiliapnr by
Scornful Itemarka During lib lrtiytr
or .eriiion ' .n Karly Call Followed
by Destruction of Furniture in the
Trencher's Uome Belligerent Con
duct Toward a Lady Member of the
C'HiCACtO, Jan. 29. Etnel Mofifutt. tl)
'.'-year old daughter of well-to-do parents
who live on D.: Kalb street, bns succeeded
In making life miserable the hist few days
for the Kev. Dr. William M. Iawh nee,
pistorof the Second Baptist church, at
Morgan and Monroe streets. Etht-1 was
discharged from the insane asylum at
K.'tukakre a couple of weeks ago as a c ired
jiiticnt. Freedom evidently did not a(?m
wliu her, as she embraced every orpor
tunity to show Tier lunacy. She lx gun
rwiiienting the Second Baptist church
prayer meetings, and in responding to the
Kev. Lawrence's eloquent appeals to come
to the throne she would ejaculate "Rut!!
An Karly Call on the Doctor.
Occasionally she would vary her com
ment by characterizing the doctor's ut ter
auces as ''Out of sight," or "Ain't that a
daudy prayer?" and so forth and so on.
The good people of the congregation 1 tort
with the woman in the hope of saving a
'burning brand," and it was doubtless
their kindness to her that lead hei
to excess -s. At 2 o'clock jester lay
morning, just as Dr. Lawrence re
turned to Lis home, West lion
roe street, from the Union League
club banquet, there was a violent pul. on
the door-bell. It was answered by the
servant, who was confronted by Ethel.
The latter demanded admittance on the
plea that she had to see the dvtor on an
urgent matter. The servant demurred,
and thereupon Ethel pounced upon her and
proceeded to beat heover the heud i.nd
face. The noise of the scuffle attracted
Dr. Lawrence, but before he could rench
the hallway the woman bad disappeared.
Proceeded to .Smash Furniture
In the lielief that the crazy woman had
left the bouse the doctor retired to his
room and the servant to hers, and just as
they were about dropping off to sleep ttey
were aroused by a most tremendous
racket in tho parlor. Ethel had started in
to demolish the furniture, and was suc
ceeding famously. Half a dozen chairs
had been smashed, anil she was giving l er
attention to the pictures on the wall when
a couple of officers from the Lake street
station walked in and interfered with her
amnsement. They had been c:illed by Ir.
Lawrence, who first went to the house o
Dr. Burns, on Laftin street, near Madistn,
who he knew could communicate with the
station through " ir-rol bov.
All Assault ou a Woman.
The officers marched Ethel out upon t le
street, but in some mysterious way she
succeeded in escaping, and about 4 o'clock
in the morning aroused Mrs. Lizzie Aikea,
of 107 South Morgan street. Mrs. Aiken
is one of the ardent workers in the Secoi d
Baptist church, but she did not fancy siu h
an early visit, and when she told Ethel m
the latter proceeded to make matters de
cidedly warm. She said she had come
there to stay, and if she was going to 1
denied entrance she would at lea.st have
tho satisfaction of knowing she had
thrashed a good Christian in her homo.
Suiting her actions to her words, sle
mauled Mrs. Aiken over the head, an 1
linally working her way into the froi t
room, started in to retwat the destruction
he had worked at Dr. Lawrence's.
ijtTted. but Still on the Warpath.
Mrs. Aiken is one of the missionaries of
the church, and is willing to take a cer
tain amount of abuse and even a few hard
knocks in behalf of the Lord, but when i;
came to a question of having her furni
ture destroyed on the same account sho
objected so strenuously that the wild ami
infuriated Ethel was forcibly ejected front
the premises and thrown panting upon
the sidewalk. She lay long enough to re
cover her breath and then started out to
find another member of the church. She
located the next one at 213 South Morgan
street, where George W. Egbert, the build ing
sujierintendent of the church, resides.
Tins was about 6 o'clock in the morning,
auil, as the servants were up, she had lit
tie difficulty in gaining admittance, espe
cially as she said her business with Mr.
Egbert was of the utmost importance.
Went for the Furniture Again.
The girl who admitted her led her into
the parlor, and it was presumably the
sight of tU'good furniture that aroused
tthel again, as she started in on her work
of demolition its soon as the servant's back
was turned. The racket soon brought Mr
EgtH-rt to the scene, and in less time than
it takes to tell it the crazy woman was
lau.l.il on the sidewalk; Mr. Egbert
knew her perfectly well, and for that rea
son, protj.-ibir,. did not consider it worth
while tn secure a warrant for her arrest.
Akt-1 for Protection.
Norn- of the facts in the cae would have
hefonv known had not Mr. Egbert ap
peaicd at tho Desplaines street station
U.t in tit to ask that a couple of oflieers
he cnt to 1 regular weekly prayer-meet-
t' cheek Ethel's religious lervor. He
li'l not wan: her arrtsted, he said, but
only re.M rained from interjecting irreverent
ami unseemly remirks into Dr. Lawrence's
eloquent prayers for the wicked. Iter torn
We tit, he explaiued, was very annoying to
the devout worshipers, while it furnished
ait occasion for the amusement of the
more worldly minded. A police detail
was made, but the young woman did not
P"t in an appearance.
These Ite Prehistoric Hone.
Wichita, Kan., Jan. 29. The skeleton .
of a huge animal has been discovered on
the banks of the North Canadian river, in
the Indian country, by a party of hunters
who have arrived on the border with some
of the smaller bones. The jawbones they
nave with them measure over three feet in
k'lgfh. and contain teeth of enormous
"se. The horns are ten feet in length, and
the entire skeleton as it was found is said
to have measured twenty-one feet from
t'l to tip and eighteen from the grouud to
A Couiutiiueiit to Mexico.
Washington City, Jan. 2S. An amend
ment to the consular and diplomatic ap
Pfipriation bill, raising the mission to
Iexico to the first class, and appropriat
'"g $7,.tiw to meet the demands of the le
ction, whs proposed in the senate yester
day by Frye. Secretary Blaine has recom
gilded strongly that the amendment be
TH APPORTIONMENT BILL.
Extracts from the Debate Thereon in the
WAsmxGTox Crrr, Jan. 29. -The matter
of general interest before the senate yes
terday was the apportionment bilL The
pending question being the amendment
increasing the representation to 360,
which .-would give Minnesota and other
states at extra representative each, Wash
burn said that so great an injustice would
be done to the state of Minnesota by the
house bill, it was his duty to protest
0rinii Sustains Porter's Work.
Gorman believed that the superintendent
O. tha census h t 1 done his duty fairly and
well: but nevertheless he was convinced
that the enumeration of New York city
was defective to the extent of LliXl.OiK), and
that no snllici.-nt reason had I von given
why the reqjest of thestateand municipal
authorities for a recount had not been
complied with. In reply, Hiseook said
that it was so important that the bill be
passed at this session that all delay should
In avoided, and though the amendment
wouid give New York another member
he ltdt bound to vote for the original bill.
Carlisle Suggests a Question.
Carlisle suggested a question which oc
curred to him a likely to arise from the
fa-t of the apportionment being made the
sa, no year that the census was taken,
That was whether the election of presi
dential electors in November, 13!, would
lie based ou the present number of repre
sentatives, or on the number provided in
the bill unler discussion. Hale, reply
ing to Carlisle, said that there was a per
fect analogy between the present bill and
the apportionment bill passed in 13S2 un
der t he ninth census, and that in that case
the electoral college wits on the basis of
the increased representation instead
BELLE GOLDEN'3 BETRAYAL,
A Runaway Vateh with the Wrong Maa
St. Jos;:im, Mo., Jan. 20. Develop
niems in the story that young Milton
Tootle had clandestinely wedded Belle
Golden, the daughter of a farmer, show
positlvt !y that some one has impersonated
Tootle and deceived the Goldt-ns. Mrs.
Golden, the mother of the young lady,
firmly believes her daughter has told her
the truth as to her clandestine love affair,
that she is now wedded with the hopeful
scion of the. house of Tootle and enjoying
his luxurious caresses in some distant
city. The fact that the young girl was
seen in this city last Thursday dispels
Mrs. Goldeu's dream of her daughter's
Young Tootles Still at School.
John I. Ietnon, curator of Tootle, said
Tuesday: 'Mr. Tootle left St. Joseph Jan.
5 last to enter school at Exeter, N II. He
went there direct, and wrote to me on his
arrival, hich was about the 9th inst. He
has written to tii3 office on an average ol
three times a week. Two letters came to
the office from him Friday last and one
this morning. There can lie no doubt that
b ' has been in school since bis arrival
tliere. I am satisfied that some one has
beeu impersonating Mr. Tootle, or else the
girl has deceived her mother."
MOTHERS ON THE WARPATH.
A Kansas f ity Incident in Which Horse
whips Were Prominent.
Kansas Citt, Jan. 29 Two wicked
young men. mere youths, two indiscreet
school girls, two irate and justly indig
nant mothers anil tivo horsewhips are the
dramat is person and the properties of a
little drama, one act of which is yet to be
enacted. The two boys are George Good
man, nri employe in a railway freight
office, and Ed Hunt, a special delivery
boy employed at postoffice station A, on
Union avenue and Hickory street. Good
m in is about 20 years old nnd Hunt about
IS. For some time they have been paying
devoted attention to two girls, each about
15 years old, who live on the hill in the
southwestern part of the city.
They Stayed Out at Night.
Both are daughters of respectable par
ents. Wednesday morning their respec
tive mothers awoke to find their daugh
ters missing. When they returned later
they were questioned, and confessed that
they had been in company with Goodman
and Hunt. The mothers armed themselves
with horsewhips and gave Goodman a
fearful thrashing, and promise like treat
ment to Hunt.
FIT2CLARENCE MUST SUBSIDE.
A Hit of Gossip Anent Her Majesty's
London-, Jan. 29. It is said that Queen
Victoria has set the seal of her displeasure
on the Hon. Anbrey Fitzclarence, her
majesty's third cousin, who receives S0
a year as one of the gentlemen ushers of
the court. The young man is the great
grandson of King William the IV., and
on account, of his relationship he has Wen
allowed a good many privilege. It is
hinted th:;t he has gone so far as to make
bvtf to the Princess Maud of Wales, not
altogether to the dissatisfaction of the
y :mg lady, but much to the anuoyance
ol' tiie queen and t he prince, who are said
t have another arrangement in view.
Maud has l.veu relegated tov her lessons,
a id Aubrey, it is suited, has lieen told
t !;;'., if hi wants hifj H') to continue, be
must reuiemlier the distinction between
leiritioiar and illegitimate royal pedi
grees. The s'.ijiond is quite important to
young Fitzwl.'.rL'nee, who would otherwise
have to do something useful for a living.
Senate and House in Ilrief.
Washington' Citv, Jan. .29. In the sen
ate yesterday the question as to how Stan
f.ird stood on dropping the cloture reso
lution was settled by a delayed telegram
sent by Stanford at New York Monday,
authorizing Stewart to pair him against
cloture. A uunilier of bills of little gen
eral interest were disposed of, and then
the apportionment bill came up, was
debated without action, a brief execntive
session was held, and the senate ad
j.tirned. In t he house the journal was approved
without the usual trouble. The bill to
open the Fort Ellis, Mont , reservation
for settlement under the homestead law
was finally passed on agreement to confer
ence report. Some routine business was
transacted and in committee the military
academy bill was taken up and after some
amendments had been rejected the house
found itself without a quorum and ad
flailing- Mill Destroyed.
Jacksonville, Ills., Jan. 29. The ex
tensive planing mill of Eli W. Crawford in
this citv has been destroyed by fire. The
mill bad just been equipped with im
proved machinery. The loss will be very
heavy, as Mr. Crawford carrried but little
Mrs. Albert Hney. wife of a farmer lir
ing near Carlyle, Ills., has mysteriously
The total cost to the telegraph and busi
ness interests of New York city of t he laU
snowstorm is estimated at tfl,(H)0.000.
A man named Grayson and his ' son
sheep herders, were found murdered in tin
hills of Greenwood county, Kansas, thi
The Western Refrigerator companv'i
building, 231 and 2:53 Michigan street, Chi
cago, was destroyed by fire Weduesda
night. Ioss. $250,1100.
Assistant Surgeon Deitz, of the Fifth U
S. artillery, killed bis wife and then ci m
mitred suicide at the military post neai
San Franci-co Wednesday, J.-alousy.
Charles Miller, 18 years old, who, with
a companion who has siuce died, mur
dered two Mien sleeping in a box -car, ha
b.cu sentenced to be hanged Marcu 20, l
The wolves in Winnipeg, Man., havi
grown so hold tha: it is reported that In
dians wail-.; hunting have been attacked
and devoured. Sucn a thing has never
At latest advices, George Harris, who it
killing himself by starvation at Newbern,
Ills., was very weak. An attempt vij
made to give him some beef tea iu-tead o'
water, but he spat it out of his mouth.
Republican papers all over Pennsylva
nia are denouncing Senator Cameron foi
his vote on the cloture rule. A telegran
fr m llarrisburg says he couldn't get t
single vote in the legislature if his nami
was no.v before that body.
The executive count il of the Federatioi
of Labor, at a meeting in New York citt
Tuesday, voted emphatically against tin
fe.icn.tiou taking part in any third part
movement. This is a black eye for a pel
scheme of Terrenr V. Pow derly.
A recent decision of the Illinois supreme
court to the effect that the city council ol
Chicago has no power to prevent parades
in the streets is giving the police of that
city much trouble of mind. Uuder the
decision the Anarchists and others may
parade at their wiiL
I-ouis C. Boston, of Carthage, Ills , died
Thanksgiving Day. A week ago a young
man of that place Ark Wright was driv
lag near Carthage when, so he declares,
he saw the ghost of the dead in.tu. who
got up into his buggy and sat with him
for twenty minutes.
The merchant tailors of. New York who
have lieeu beaten by customers who think
their custom sufficient remuneration
for their clothes, have determined to sit
down on this style of dead-leat by holding
a public aut ion sale of the bills they have
run up. The New York dude is iu de
spair. Miss Ida Mahoney, daughter of E. W.
Mahoney, was married at Fairbury, Ills.,
Weduesdny to Guy 11. Straight, son of U.
C. Straight. The Eepublicau steering
committee, iu Springfield would not allow
Mr. Straight to pair with a Democrat,
and therefore he was not present to see
his son married.
The body of B. II. Campbell, a rich resi
dent of Chicago, who had been missing
since Nov. 28 la.st, was found iu the rivei
at Rush street bridge Wednesday. It was
a cae of either suicide or accident, proba
bly the former, as Mr. Campbell has beeu
ili and w.ts restless and nervous at the
time of his disapiiearutica.
"Joternationul League or Press tiuba.''
PlTTolU-KG, Pa., Jan. 29 The delegates
to the International Press club conven
tion indulged iu pleasure before business
yesterday, and, instead of assembling at
10 a. m., visited several of the large glass
factories in the city. At 12 o.clock, how
ever, the second day's session w.t calied
to order, and the committee ou constitu
tion and by laws reported. The report
was adopted. The association will be
called the International League of Press
Clubs, its object being to bring into friend
ly relations the press clubs of the world.
The Sayward Case.
Washington Citv, Jan. 29 The argu
ment for the Canadian government in the
Retiring sea case was concluded in the
United States supreme court yesterday,
and the matter is now in the hand . of the
court for decision.
The W enther We May Fxpeet.
Washington City. Jan. ai.-TUo following
are the weather indication for thirty-six hours
froinK p. iu. yesterday: For Indiana Rain;
southerly winds; slightly warmer wuathur m
northern, stationary temperature in southern
paction. For Illinois-Rain; southerly winds,
shifting to westerly; colder weather in north
western, stationary temperature in southeast
portion. For Lower Michigan Rain and
snow: southeasterly winds; slightly warmer
weather in southern portion; stationary tem
perature in northurn ixrtion. For Cper
Michigan and WiH.xinain Threatening wenth
er and snow; slight changes in tomimrature;
northeasterly winds, becoming variable. For
Iowa hmiw and rain; variable winds, shifting
to northerly stationary temperature, exeeot in
extreme southeast portion colder weather.
Chicago. Jan. Si.
The quotations on tho lnardof trade to-day.
were a follows: Wheat No. 2 January, oiwnisl
HXmi:, closed HIV" May, ojs-neil tfS'if, dosed
IMrV1; July. oieiied WitJ,c, closed 'Jt. Corn
No. 2 February, ojieued 4!:'tc. closed '"hc: May.
opened, i'h'-, closed a; July, omiilm1 ju,
clorie.1 .f'ac. lists No. 2 May. oiened 45 je,
cIosikI 4j;)c: June, ojicned 4.V-4C, closed 4 c;
July, opened ll1, clisted 41J-4C l'orlc Janu
ary, ojieuel jiud closed fs61; February,
oieiied and closed fi'.ti'i; May, oiienej fr'.t.tti,
closed l'.L12-q. Lard February, ojcued t5.liS,
Cattle Trade good at ruling price; nhipping
steers, $3.tt Kir 3.BU; stockers and feeders, J.:6
(.jJl lft; cows au I hulls, fcMMtf SO; calves. tC'.iHI
4").")0. Isheep Trado fairly ac tive;
6.UO; lambs. S4.7.'&5.si
Live Ktoek Following were the prices at
the Union Sfcx-k yards: Hogs Market op-med.
only moderately active, with prii-es AlOc
lower; light grades f:l.23(fo3..rl); rough pack,
ing, So.i'i't"); mixed lots, y.'I.Xi.l.Vi; heavy
packing aud shipping k'a, i3.ti13.60; piga.
Produce: Butter Fancy separator. 27c: dnir
es, finest f rush. 1831c; packing stool, lO.clla
Eggs Fresh candled, Sic per doz. Dressed
poultry Chickens, b'o,7c per lb: ducks. Bq-luic;
turkeys, llt&llc; geese, &73c Potatoes White
rose, 8 iiittr. per bu; red ram, Hoc; Hebron,
&'.-; Peerlc:, WX&9Se; Burbanks, UUtfU5c
Sweet potatoes Jerseys, Ki.7ai4.UU per brl;
Illinois. t3 ;'t. 50. Appbw Cooking. SJ.0urp4.UU
per brl: eating.- $4.UAi$5.()0; Michigan choice,
fcJ.Ti&l-UO; iMxidlors' stock, $1.3U.2.jiJ.
New York. Jan. 28.
Wheat -No. 2 red winter cash. (l.UHl; do
February. (1.07; do May, (1.04'; do June,
f Corn No. 2 mixed cash. We; do Feb
ruary, 61sc; do March, 59ftc. Oats Dull;
No. 2 mixed cash, 92c; do May, Ullte. Rye
Nominal. Barley Nominal. Pork Dulh
mess, $11.50&U.73. Lard Quiot; February,
Live stock: Cattle Market firm at a slight
advance on prime cattle; poorest to beet na
tive steers, fc4.lW5.75 V 100 ts; Texans, S3.5tf
8,T5;bul a and dry cows. $l.flttfti.4U Sheep
and lambs Firm and unchanged; sheep, 94.UB
fk75 V 700 fts; lambs, 9u.0U37.UO. Hog Nom
inally steady; live hogs, el.4Uj4.00 fj 1U0 ft.
All tJit year round, you may
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the blood and invigorate the
system. It's not like the
sarsaparillas, that are said to
be good for the blood in
March, April and May. The
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works equally well at all
times, and in all cases of
blood - taints, or humors, no
matter what their name or
It's the cheapest blood -purifier,
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Your money is returned if
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It's a concentrated vegeta
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CLronlc, K5r7cns ail Fri?a!e Eii:se3.
-NERV2US DEBILITY, Lot- Van.
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Terrible Dreams. Head and Bjc! A.. he md ail
tiiceUe(SileaJ:Tij to early decay T TCoo
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Forty Yews' Practice eri&Mes Pr. Curi-.r O mr
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Krrofals. SrphHis. KUddrr r.1 "'' it
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Dr. Cl.irke a fj;l Insiory of yn:r rj-,-. U.-jr.
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suoeruic I rum fwounal
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Loss of ftlemorv. Di'D'indencT. etc-
Iroui early lnduCTUinsiiroUu-rcausos: also
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i We are the Manofaotursxa.
Do not fail te fret an Est:mate Before Contracting.
IQA-IOO Franklir-t.. Chicago,
The Great French Bemedy for Suppressions
Ladies Cee Le Due's Periodical PHI. of Paris,
Prance; fraaranteed to accomplish all that tt
claimed for them. To be used monthly for troubles
peculiar to women. Fall directions with each
box. $3 per box or three boxes for 5. Amerlcaa
Pill Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer. Iowa. The
enaine piu obtained of Otto Eadert, Xlsi street,
Rock Island, Jappe A On., Davenport, and ef au
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THE MOLINE WAGON.
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Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS
A foil rpleUUae r PLATFORM mi
Westers trade of saperior werkmaaa'
"" wm ut ayuj
a PLU1JBER, STEAM
CHAS. W. YERBURY. Marncer.
IT. C. HOPPE,
I ssi irk UV .js,
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Agency for Excelsior;
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Cesapsb teas Ehisolbs.
Send for circular.
ay add that artists in Italy aod Spain
T3 TJ 10 P(rre Picturesi in relief in cork which bare
XJ' ,Lr oca iba appearaace of being molded U
r , , rracotta. and tbattbe packers of frmt
UOntraCtOr &LV Pt prefer a coarsejy
ranalatd cork to tbe traditional saw dual
Offlce and Ehop Corner SeTtateenii EL
and berectA Areaue,
(sTAIl Uads of Artlrtie work s speclair,
"tiisa formerly, aod au nxanners of rea
m are aasined fur tbe change. Uoro-
AOl' A "Dgicai Rrvirw explains the maUer by aay
s kjrjn rg. -rue fact is that tbe price U reya-
tt 1 O at te mom in Urxl raoontaiae
H AllCQ fjrirl Vl f liuasia. rormerly the o-?UJ waa coo
LLJ LloC7 CHILL kjldered oaeleas aad th.TwD-away. whU
ow tbe mine os otrs are beginning to ftad
lnlcUMOraislng sal Paper Haaag. Sbot iu value and to keep it at a good stifZ
P. O- Box 72 rioe. Added to this is tbe increased rata
1 tbe Buamiaa nibie, which kas of Lais
1601 Second Arenas. Comer ef 8ixtLth
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The choicest Wines. Liquors,
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Free Loach Every Day
oUver SoHaf Wama. eepeclaDy deia te Ue
sad Itish. IUaeuaw-d Pnre Cmt free ea
a w aya Mfoes prcaa'j(.
DAVIS & CO,"
A cotBp'.eU tt9ck ef
Pip, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hoee, Fire Brici, Etc.
Sols Agrau for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
We cssraatee every trst perfect, sal wUl eer4 CI pa.
Twenty day's tni. to rcpob.blc tautics.
Skfetj Ilesling Dolrt and Contractor for
furnishing ar ltj:sz Water, And
1712 PisffT Atx..
Reck Ialaad. Eliooii.
Telephone 11 U. BrtldR.es 7cVotiS 130.
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Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
faTEest work a: fair price. Estimate f jraiabed.
02ce as! tiop 219 IStfc St. Te'.epbcae 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
bab ucrmo HIS
No. 1803 Second arentie.
tueiitsj aians. lL.e invention d lKa
smarentera Ilrall. of Earctdona. wLicA
t employed to cover plaM urfafsaod
rvea, employine them mm carpets aod
otier anea. Tbrr uulr, noreorrec
As for tbose srbo wort at cork, and i
irkey tbey make cork cofTms.
Jn Italy they mak Imim and
Joe, horse saddlea, LoraekLoejt,
sckinir, lortiflcationa, farnltore. sulos
r abocs, vraddtaaT for roortars. and occaia
r VSsipblack for printing in the UuWed
lates, aod tbe round or lio!)ow cork Is e
tciaUy employed ia the rorinoeof Vaiest
v' "j ;'-tstobaak rice. It is also ud f or bee
. , pans aod pails to deposit and carry
- lk; ia ore amenta ia (rardena. for reiW
Jhps to form tbe eleratiotis. for Coats le.
ting apparatus, for pails w tier tiy cooi
stirr witb k or snow, . Froa tfae
10r5Perfect baition of cork U obtained
anish blck, a product inucb eteiod.
makisK printers' ink. To this
Wby riaUaasa la teaarer.
Complaints are frequently beard fross
Brsons iatereaAed that plauoum U uearer
ears risen more than SO par cfact., owinf
the better condition of tbe Jinance of
t empire of Kaatia.
Stre CeUrrb if not a. local tat a
n . require a cooUia
Bee - ii - Howd - . 8amparat
red a cure.
oaai oiseaee, auj requlrea