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POPE B01T TALKS.
The Great Agnostic's Comment
on Current Politics.
HOW INGALLS KISSED CONNECTION.
He rill to l"P" the Granger
jlovrti"'" Corrertly Some Remarks
on the 1 ml inn Ouontion. with a Map
t the Missionaries State Legislative
Record Illinois Sotons Tair ami Take
a Kent Another Investigation for Tau-brinTk-Hribery
Charges in South Ia
kcilii K''ll Notes.
Ciih A(i). Jau 31. Col. Robert G. Insjer
soll mill wile were at the Graud I'aciflc
Tfstentiiy. Mr. Ingersoll is on the v rv to
ISutte, Mont., where he will look after the
i:it,Tets of Mr. Root in the famous Davis
will rise. While at dinner the c lonel
interviewed, and talked for hiilf an
liur. He was asked:
-Tell me what you think of the defjat of
-v-DHtor In galls?"
' I tliink that the farmers have made up
their minds that it is time for tlitm to
jin-M'iit a long list of grievances. As a
class they work hardest and in the end
h.ive little recompense for their labor. A
young man who goes into the busiui'ss of
funning is liable to tind at the end of ten
yenrs that lie has lost his health, his labor,
ami the land he started with. Farmers
have just as much right to the protection
of the government as the merchants,
uvinufacturvrs. and speculators.
Where 1 115111 Ma.le His Mistake.
"The government goes to the rescue of
Wall street whenever the stringercy of
the money market m ikes speculation dan
uonnis, but the farmers are obliged to
keep on paying two or three times as
much for t !e u-e of money to develo and
improve tiu ir farms as is charged for the
use of money employed in the interests of
great corporations. Mr. Ingalls under
estimated the strength and sincerity of
the Farmers" Alliance just as hundreds of
other politicians did, but by this time he
probably realizes that the farmers are in
Is Thin an Insinuation?
' What do you think of the weight that
Senator Ingalls' successor, Judge P.-ffer,
will have in the senate?"
"Just as long as he owns himself he will
have the weight of one vote, andth.it is
enough to enable him to play see saw suc
cessfully with a good many senators with
out asking them to give him the long end
of the plank. Just as long as he remains
sole proprietor of himself he will bi; all
right, and his presence in the senate will
be an influence for the good of the Tinn
ers' Alliance. His presence in the senate
is likely to lie the nucleus around which
will form quite a contingent of farmers.
Sympathizes with the Granjjer.
"I am thoroughly in sympathy with the
farmers in their endeavor to obtaia re
dress for grievances. There are a ;ood
many things in their new political treed
that I do not believe in, but, on the whole,
they are in the position wliich Shake
speare contemplated when he wrote:
'Thrice armed is he who hath his quarrel
just.' I am delighted to see them aroused;
to see them taking an interest at lea t in
their own welfare. Of course
they will not do all they set out to do.
But it is a good thing to find out what
you can't do. The tillers of the soil are
slaves in the old world, but they can
be sovereigns here, aud I hope that r.hey
will Irve up to their privileges. I do not
want their votes. I ask no favors, but I
know that no country can be great if the
soil is cultivated by ignorance.
Also with the Indian.
"I think the Indian is entitled to sym
pathy at this time. I see by your p;.per
this morning that Mr. Short Bull hays
that it was claimed that their Messiah
could make money and spring wagons by
a simple twist of his wrist, as it were. For
believing in this they have been held up
to the scorn of the religious world, plased
under surveillance by the military and
treated as being of unsound mind. If
they had believed their Messiah capable of
performing one hundreth part of the mir
acles that are vouched for in the Bible as
having been performed, I suppose they
would have beeu burned at the stake.
Compliment to the 31 iswionaries.
"The Christianized Indian is the most
mournful object of modern humanity. By
forsaking the crude faith of his peoplu he
possesses himself of their everlasting i on
tempt. By adopting the religion of the
broken down failures that are sent west
as missionaries to the Indians to aoid
overcrowding eastern ulms houses be be
comes an outcast from his own pec pie
and an object to le grudgingly tolerated
by the whites. In the end the Christian
ized Indian becomes simply a wearer of
Think There's a Chance for Ingalls.
ToPEKA, Kan., Jan. SI. The death of
Secretary Windom has given renewed
hope to the admirers of John J. Ingalls.
Already the defeated senator is being
boomed here to succeed the deceased secre
tary. A resolution will be introduced in
the senate asking the president to appoint
a mau who will be in accord with nhe
west on the financial question.
THE SUCKER STATE SOLON3.
Mighty Slow Ahont Doing; Any Rnsiness
Another Inquiry Tor Taubeneck.
Springfield, Ills., Jan. SI. Bills ware
introduced in the senate yesterday: To
prevent distillers emptying mash, vau,
into streams or lakes; the Australian bal
lot bill; to fix the prices of street car tick
ets in towns of oyer 25,000 population. A
petition was introduced asking that mort
gaged property be allowed to have t.h
value of the mortgage deducted in ap
praising for taxation. Resolutions of re
spect to the memory of Secretary "Windc m
In the house a bill was introduced pro
hibiting the packing of pork from pig ?y
sows, "stags" or boars unless branded as
such. The railway commission resolu
tions came up again, the election com
mittee reoorting them with the subtitu
tion of the words "it is charged" for "tht re
are good grounds for suspicion" that the
commission has been a tool of the corpor
ations. The proposition for election ol
the commission by the people was strut
en out for tear that it is unconstitutional.
The minority of the committee reported in
favor of striking out everything except t lit
foregoing proposition. The report went
over. An anti-trust school book law wm
introduced, as was a petition for womiji
Taoheneck Demand Inquiry.
The most interesting event of the session
was the demand of Taubeneck for an In
vestigation of the Columbus, O., charges.
He ud he was tir-wl nf v...-.;. . 1 .
rtrv....i 1 """"s luecuarges
rep. nted and wanted the investigation
ha 't i0r,mKb-, IIU loa required
bMthecorailllteLowia chargoof the
matter to go to Columbus and see the
picture of Rod cere, said to be like Taube
neck and that Taubeneck go along so that
comparison may be made on the spot.
1 he resolution was unanimously adopted.
Taubeneck left for Columbus with, the
committee yesterday afternoon.
The Joint Sessioa.
Two ballots were taken in joint session
yesterday-101, 100, 3 as usual-and then
!r?,su,n M,li ,ur,,ed to todav, but as
104 Democrats and Republicans had paired
until Tuesday next the session might as
well have adjourned to that day.
BRIBERY IN SOUTH DAKOTA.
fcii Kepresentatlves Swear They Were
Ottered Money for Vote.
Piekp.e. S. I)., Jan. SI. -In the house
yesterday, Walker, chairman of the special
bribery committee made a report. The
report contains t he testimony of Repre
sentatives Christensen, Dahler, Walker,
Kelly, Stevens and Hall. Walker testified
that Hen Harvey offered him anything he
wanted if he would vote with the Repub
licans on organization. Christen sen testi
fied that Clark Roarpaugh offered him
IjOO to vote in favor of the Brown county
contestant. Dahler testified that Dr. W.
L. Brown, of the Yankton agency, offered
him anything he wanted in the shape of
money or a position if he would vote for
Lot of Itoodle Ready.
Stevens testified that Chirk Ronrpaugh
offered him a 2, 500 position if he would
act with the Republicans. Hall of Sully,
a Republican, testified that James Irwin,
a Republican, at the beginning of the ses
sion offered him $1,000 if he would stay
out of the Republican caucus. Kelly of
Moody testified that a man named Welch
had approached him on the streets and
said he would pay him or go and get him
l,000if he would vote for Moody, and also
for retaining the Lawrence county con
testees. Aetion of the M in newota Legislature.
St. Fac-L, Minn., Jan. 31. In the house
yesterday immediately after the read
ing of the journal ami a brief speech by
the chaplain. Rov. William Wilkinson, on
the death of Secretary Windom, Hon.
Frank II Swtrle offered resolutions ex
pressive of the sorrow with which the
house learns of the death of Secretary
Windom, mourning his loss, ordering the
flag to be put at half-mast on the capitol,
and adjourning. The leaders of the Re
publicans, Democrats and Alliance spoke
briefly in favor of the resolution, the vote
wastake-n standing and the house ad
journed. Mirhigan Investigations.
Laxsint,, Jan. 3h The house yesterday
ordered an investigation of the affairs and
management of the state prison at Jack
son, where it is charged the warden and
subordinate officials have saddled most of
their personal expenses, including cigars
and similar incidentals, upon the state. A
full and thorough investigation of the
abuses which it is alleged exist in the state
asylum for the insane at Kalamazoo was
also ordered. These charges were form
ally presented to the house. The manage
ment of the Kalamazoo asylum deny these
Declined to Censure Cameron.
Hakp.is31.-bq, Pa., Jan. 31. In the house
yesterday a resolution was offered con
demning Senator Cameron's course on the
silver question and the elect ions bill, and
calling upon him to adhere closer to -his
party aud party principles, or else resign.
The nays were so decidedly in the major
ity on the question of reading the resolu
tion a second time that Representative
Thompson, who had introduced the reso
lution, allowed it to drop. -
New York, Jan. SH. Twelve hundred
members of Tammany Hall's general com
mittee met at the wigwam last night aud
indulged in a glorification over the vic
tories of the late election. Resolutions
were adopted demanding tariff reform and
the death of the force bill. Should this
measure become a law they called upon
the Democratic members of the legislature
to withhold any appropriation for the
Commemorating Ingalls Defeat.
ToPKKA, Kan., Jan. 31. A bill was in
troduced in the house yesterday creating
the couuty of Alliance and defining its
boundaries. The bill will unquestionably
pass the house, and if it is not killed ia
the senate the legislature of 1S91 will have
erected a lasting monument to the defeat
of Ingalls. The new county will be lo
cated just west of Neosho, and will be
formed of parts of Wabaunsee and Lyon
Madison, Wis., Jan. 31. A bill was in
troduced in both houses of the legislature
yesterday providing for a special tax to in
crease the State university fund $50,000
annually, for the erection of a new build
ing and other expenses, and one decreas
ing the iuterest 011 tax certificates from 25
to 12 per cent. The legislature then ad
journed uutil Tuesday morning.
In Favor of the Elections Hill.
Haukisbltmj, Pa , Jan. 31. The legisla
ture Thursday adopted a resolution call
ing on the United States senators of Peun
aylvania to support the federal elections
law by ail fair and honorable means.
The Congressional Brief.
Washington Crrr, Jan. 3h Secretary
Windom's death presented the transac
tion of any business in both houses of con
gress yesterday. Nobbing was done be
yond the mere announcement of the death
by Morrill iu the senate and by McKinley
in the house. The session of the senate
lasted three minutes and that of the house
Died in the Street.
New York, Jan. 31. Francis B. Ogden,
aged 52, an insurance agent, died of heart
disease in the street yesterduy. He was
formerly vice consul to Bristol, Euglano,
and was secretary of the order of the
Cincinnati in this city and was a cousin
of Professor Ogden Doremua.
Balfour and Irish Destitution.
Dublin, Jan. 31. The announcement ia
made by Chief Secretary Balfour that he
will before long make a supplementary
public statement with regard to the dis
tress prevalent in the west of Ireland. He
will also give details of a scheme for its
Kilraio and Godfrey to Fight.
SAN Fbancisco, Jan. 81. Jake Kilraio
and George Godfrey met at the California
Athletic club Thursday night and signed
articles to fight to a finish on March 14
for a trophy.
1891. FEBRUARY. 1891,
Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fry Sa.
JLJLJO i! J! J3 4
J5 J6 J7 J8 J9 20 21
j2L2324 25 26 27 28
An avalanche at Albanian, Greece
killed twenty-five persons and destroyed
Congressman McKinley is spoken of at
Washington as the probable successor ol
The Commonwealth Mutual Fire Insur
ante company, of Decatur, Ills., has beeu
placed iu the hands of a receiver.
Burglars in Newark. N. J., after rol bine
a house took the owner's clothes along,
leaving him to pursue in liht marching
order if at all.
Miners at Scottdale, Ta., threaten tc
lynch Fred C. Keighly, superintendent ol
the Mammoth miuo, where the recent ex
Three persons perished in a fire at Cyg
net, a little town fifteen miles wet ( 1
Findlay, O., Friday. Property to the value
of $100,000 was destroyed.
Charles Bradlaugh, a member of parlia
ment who acquired much notoriety sum !
years ago by reason of his openly avowed
atheism, died at London Friday.
Kthel Towne, the adventuress, spent
Thursday night in a cell in the Ciucim.au
prison. She was arrested in a populai
bouse of ill-fame, and is held on suspi
-A Nebraska man took revenge on a cow
for injuring his son by sawing th eaiii
mal s legs off. He is now spending Li
time in dodging a mob of angry neigh
bors. The result of the fire in the Chapin
miuc, Iron Mountain, Mich., Thursday,
was the death of two men, instead of
eight as the dispatches first reported. The
names of the dead are Jeremiah Burnett
and Thomas Kd wards.
Pittsburg society women have 0rgaui7.ee
a crusade against expectoration in publit
places, and have petitioned the street cat
companies to prohibit the practice in thcii
cars. They w ill also seek to have the city
place receptacles for taumna aud oraugc
peelings at street corners.
While Chaplain McCabe was raising
money for a church by open subscription
at Scran ton, Pa., the other night, a man
got up and read the Scripture verse;
"lake heed that ye do not your alms be
fore men," etc. The chaplain retorted that
the same verse had been read to hiiu by a
man who took very good heed ia t-he
matter, as he did no alms at alh
Caught in a Shaft aud Disabled.
RACINE, Win., Jan. Yesterday
morning Joseph Jock got upon a ladder
to ud juta belt, oti tha main s.'iaft. His
clothing caught in the shaft making 303
revolutions per minute. He braced him
self and was st ripjM'd of his clot hing. The
neck band to his vest caught, however,
aad pulled him to the shaft, whirling him
around twice. The band then broke and
lie fell to the floor. He was badly but not
Was lOl Years Old.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 31. Mrs. Eunice
Beers is dead. She was Ml years oid and
was the daughter of New York's million
aire baker, the late Cyrus Strong, and was
closely related to ex-President Uy-s. In
the early history of the t-rritory of Ne
braska she was influential in preventing a
number of Indian massacres.
Ixjndos, Jan. 31. Sir John Pops Hen
nessy was masquerading Thursday as a
Jacobite, with a white rose iu his button
hole, in honor of the birthday of the son of
James the Second, known to history as
the "Old Pretender." Hennesssy was
guyed considerably by his fellow-members.
The Weather We May KxperU
Washington City. Jan. 31. The following
are the weather indications for thirty-nix hours
from H p. m. yesterday: For Wu tinsia In
creasing clnudiniTw and snow during the after
noon or niht: colder in southern portion by
Kunduy morning: nilil wave in northern por
tion; southerly wincls.nhiftiiiutonorth westerly.
For Iwa- Threatening weather and sr.ow; va
riable wini'.s. shifting t- northwesterly; cold
wave. For Indiana increasing l nlin.- and
rain during tlie afternoon and night; southerly
winds; warmer in northern. Ftationary tem
perature in southern portion Saturday; raider
hunduy. For Illinois Showers: southerly
winds; warm-r Saturday, colder Sunday. For
Lower Michigan Fair, warmer weather;
southerly winds Saturday; much colder, threat
ening weather and snnw by Hunduy morning.
For L'iM)r Michigan Light snow; winds shift
ing to northerly; cold wave.
Chicago, Jan. 30.
The quotations on the Ixiard of trade to-day
were as follows: Wheat No. 2 January,
opened Wc, cloned ft-?4c.; May, opened 8c,
closed flThc; July, opened tCfc, closed lt$.
flurn No. 2 February, opened OTV-, clne.d
ftic; Slay, opened 62-c, closed 53c; July,
opened it'vc, cloeed KTHic. Oats No. 2 May,
opened , cloaed 4.'"6c; Jano, opened VAt,
cIor d 4.V-4-; July, opened C closed
Pork-Fobruary, opened $9.8-.'i closed f.70;
March, ojiened f!'6, cloned f!l.Kj; May,
opened 10J.7l, closed SIOITI. Lurd-February,
opened S-V7U. closed
Live stock- Following were the priced at
the Union Stock yards: Ho a Market opened
active and firm, with prices Sp.lOe higher;
light grades S3. 4033.7U; rough packing. S3.4d
&.V; mixed, f-1 iViffoS.Ti); heavy pa king and
shipping lots, 6Ui&3.80; pigs, f2 7.VitJ.ti.
Cattle Beef steers. $3.004551; cows and
bulls, i2.00(T2.7r: stocker and feeders. f2.2Ta
8.65; calves, f.3((5ja. Sheep Trade waa
sktive, $3.7ji4.15; lambs, St. 755.8.1.
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, 26c;
dairiea, finest, fresh, Uti'Mc; packing stock
10:3.11c. Eggs-Fresh candled, Sic per dos.
Dressed poultry Chickens, Kgwic per lb;
ducks, Btitllc; turkeys, H&llc: geese, 6&8c
Potatoes White rose, Hnfr.Wjc per bu; red rune
k-; Hebron. H.VUjc; Peerless, MJ&Sftc: Bur
banks, iktg.&'ic. Sweet potatoes Jerseys, S3.75
tH-il per brl; Illinois. 3.U.3.5l Apples
Cooking, S3.UU&4.UD per brl; eating, 4.UUt5.0;
Michigan chuiin, 3.7j&4.00; peddlers' stock.
New Toax. Jan. 30.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash. Sl-OBuLOW:
do May, SLUG; do June. tl.U3?4: do July,
fyic Corn-No. 2 mixed rasa, B.itfKUc; do
February. 63c; do May, Wc. Oats-Quiet;
No. 2 mixed cash, 5L'ly3j.Tc; do May, 6l?a.
Bye Komi si Barley Nominal Pork
Dull; mess, $11.50 fcl 1.73 for new. Lard
Quiet; February, f&IU; May. S6.35.
Live Stock: Cattle Market steady for aB
grades; poor to beet native steers, S3.ujt&.3) y
1J0 ts; bulls and dry cows. $.K&3 63. Sheep
and Lam be Sheep firm; lambs weak and m
bade lower; sheep, S4.0J&4..5 10j ts; lambs,
SA.OUa.85. Hogs Nominally steady; live bogs,
93.40dUX V 10 J ta
It was Ben Johnson, we be
lieve, who, when asked Mal
lock's question, " Is life worth
living ? " replied M That de
pends on the liver" And Den
Johnson doubtless saw the
double point to the pun.
The liver active quick
life rosy, everything bright,
mountains of trouble melt like
mountains of snow.
The liver sluggish life dull,
everything blue, molehills of
worry rise into mountains of
anxiety, and as a result sick
headache, dizziness, constipa
tion. Two ways arc open. Cure
permanently, or relieve tem
porarily. Take a pill and suf
fer, or take a pill and get well.
Shock the system by an over
dose, or coax it by a mild,
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
are the mild means. They
work effectively, without pain,
and leave the system strong.
One, little, sugar-coated pel
let is enough, although a
whole vial costs but 25 cents.
Mild, gentle, soothing and
healing is Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy. Only 50 cents.
QnrBfttFfc'itSTAStiSKEO 1851 J ISO So.
wuiww.f Chlcago ..8 j ciark St.
XLu Begslar Oli-EsillsieJ
Snttvr:onii icn runitrnii
M-NERVOUi DEBILITY. Lost Man
hood, Failing Mrmory, Exhausting Drains,
Terrible Dreams. Head and Eack Act.c siui aU
thecficcttleadtiiK to early decay am! sr:ti mCoo.
rcmption or Insanity, treated wiCbUticiy by sew
melhrxta with twrrr-failxe s-icccm.
-SYPHILIS and ali bsd Eload aai Skin
Diseases permanently c-jred.
isKlDKEY and URINARY e-.-r.pJ-trt,
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele aad
all dueascs of the Genito-l naa-y Orri- cured
promptly wnho.it injury to Slotuch, r iJaeys or
other ( Irtf.ms.
No experiment. Are ar.d ei7eTtnee
important. Consultation trrs and sicrcl.
""All coriespondrnre M irrr-t'' riva-e
Forty Years' Prsclire rnaM.-. Tr. Clu .C;iiar
sntrr Cures in sll Oirable Cau" Krjraia.
Scroti I a, fctphili. ftlsdrfrr ssd ki'sr. In,
easm. l.i nrorrbira sad Irnilr Trt-rl Liter
(emplsinL. ( atarrk, ail Iil4. Mia ass .W
No matter ho hit filp-l tn rnr -o-j write
Dr. Clarke a full luvtorjr of our rac. Hours,
b to 8 ; Sundays, 9 to ia. Call on or a -'ires
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CH1CACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED !
Whr fMtrh fees toqtnvk when the beat
DHHtirsl trrntmfnt ran he bad tr reais
snl primi'l The IVro hmin! r. pre
P"" mini me nwcrtiiuitmof lr. VS ill-
YPI'IJP lirg suBernai Imm Hrminal
.vua wtj umi'wuiiivtiruUMTCIIIMS; W0
UiriM C I rm .TN who nimnw a weskneM
llUUl.t.'yUUU bT1L.I1 InadTaneeof thelryears.KMl-
oeyana n.aarr iro imps, etcw will End our Metaud
if TresUueiit a Sain. inatn and Cneedr CL'HE.
vrUIUII DKTII I rC KperieorepruTeUitln.
Wkwiiiinb i M i iLLbwi ternal medicinns tmw wit
bo bss riven specuj auentxm to tbeM
diMais f or many yeani. preorrlbes Semi
nal i-ssuuiw wbic-b act dirertly anon Ute
diMsMd 01-K-nns.and reture tivir better
than tUms4-b Medicines, as tnev mrm nirf
chanced hythe Bsstrtc ) ulee and requ Ire no
HOME TREATMENT f nan liibitfidsys.
C"tiii fnun (.i.uutuf tt.Uu. used witb an
Williams private practice. ie them a trial.
PFPIFIf I'd 01 f'TlbeKMneTSandBladderenres
Of LblllO hU.OI recent cswatn one to t-ntr dsys.
UTERINE EUTROPHIC $2ZSX&Z'
Call or write furCatnle and Information before
OouaulUnir others. Addn-w I
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Fer Sorses, CatUe, deep, Pcrs, Zs
SOOPafe Book onTreatssestef Animals
ad Chart eest Free.
A.A.cHaina.1 Aleaiasitis. M ilk fever.
H.Btrlae, Laarirn, at brass svlissa.
C('. HiMessBer, Nasal Diarharses.
II.U-Bals or (irakm. H arass.
ICE. Hearrs, PaeasssBla.
F.F. Colic or (rise. Belirocbe.
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J.K Diseases of IMcestloa, rorolrsla.
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Sold by Bran Is is; or Sent Prrpsld Barsrhsrw
and ia say quantity oa Bsoaipt of Pnos.
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sad Monthly Irrerolarltiec.
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Prance; caaranteed to aeeomphah ail that is
claimed for them. To be used monthly for troubles
Kcoliar to women Poll directions with each
s $3 per box or three 'oiesforti. Ametlcsa
PU1 Co., royalty proprietors, epeacer. Iowa. Tas
renulnepiU obtained of Otto Endert, Elm street.
Bock Isiaad, Jspp A Oo DsTeaport, and of aU
at swiatsrisi. m .
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CHAS. W. YERBURY, Master.
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Comoany
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Bead for circular, (Telephone
C. J. W. SCHRELNEB,
Contractor etnei Builder,
1121 ssd 11S1 Poortk aeaae. Eesideaca 111 Foorth srean.
Plana sad specifications farnUaed oa an classes of work; aesreatef WTUer's Patent taaido
oUdiaf Bliads. somethmc aew, styluh sad desirable.
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B. F. DeGEAB,
Contractor and. Builder,
Offloe aad Bhop Corner rVrextcrtiUi &U
Aad Sereeth Areooe.
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House and Sign Painter.
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GrtiBGE SC11AJTK, Proprietor.
IMSecoaaAyMU.Cocaetof rirteettk Street. - OppsaiU Harpefi Tkaatra.
Thp choicest Wines, Liquors, Bee and Cigars always on Hand.
Pro, Laack trery Day - . aaalvlcaas ParmUkad oa Kaon VeOca.
DAVIS & CO,"
A complete stock of-
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
80M Areata for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
VTt raarssteo every oee perfect, sad wiO ecad Ct av
Twenty day's tnal. to trpotir:b'.e parUesv.
Safety Heating Boiler A1 Contrsctors for
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1711 Pntrr At..
Rock LtluiS. Eliooa.
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41 GAS FTFTEB.
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Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
STBett work At fair jricet- Er-ixV.es fcraisbed.
OScc Aal shop 219 lSli St. Telephone 111.
Rock Island, HI.
Goods received by
CALL AND ZrAXLVE.
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