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Address in Favor of Free Silver
AN 'ISSUE TEAT WILL NOT DOWN"
Put Must Cio Aj,ain to the Ioplt, iThera
the Kosult Is Vr Longer Ioulitful, Says
the General The Senate ramie the
Army lJili with an Amendment Big
Injuns ei hig the Sight at the Capital
The riertions Kill John C. Nw fot
WA?iirN.:.Tox City. Feb.. 2. The ration
al executive -.Iver committee, Gea. A. J.
Warner, chairman, has issued an address
to congress and the people, urging the
free and unlimited coinage of silver. Com
menting on the recent action of congress
0:1 the silver question, the address says:
"The senate has again passed a bill nlnn.
ini the coinage of gold and silver t pon a
basis of equality, which relation tie two
inet.ils heid from the fonndatinn nf tK
government, to 1ST3, when this r.-lation
... .11 ,. . .,
was aisuoiiHsuy orosen in the interest of
tin- creditor class.
The "Creditor Class" at WnrU
. " "H'"
"lhls sj.n;e interest is now nrttin,. tu
every effort and bringing every in luence
po!siuie 10 uear on tne house to r revent
the people's reDresentati
ring in this just and benelicial measure
wmcn tuts now twice passed the senate.
The country demands a money supply",
self-regubtting and constant anH cmfti!
ent to keep p.ice with the increase -,f pop
ulation and wealth, and it will ,o7 it
This deru:i:ul is made, not merely in the
lniere-s, ck i lie i mm.ir or silver o- goid.
but in the interest of every industry in
tne lan 1.
The Cold Standard Men
"Only the few who want, mnniv mA
acar-e, th.it it may be m ule dearer and so
lie tne more easilv controlle.l r snnfin.i
by the single gold standard. The people
at the Lire election clearly made known
tiieir wishes on this question, ant why
should their representatives hitirn
carry out their will.it is asked This
question is a national issue, and it will
not uown mi suver ana gold are phtced on
an equal footing as oney metals. The
question, so far as this congress 13 con
cerned, anoarentlv must, on mm in mth
people. The issue there, however, is no
THE CONGRESSIONAL BRIEF.
Teller States His Position on the Elec
tions Kill Other Matters.
Washington- Citt, Feb. 2. In the senate
Saturday the army appropriation bill was
passed, after striking out the provision
that government transportation ol land
grant railways shall be paid for at a rate
not exceeding 50 per cent, that charged
others. The bill was amended so as to pro
vide that government work shall lie done
at such rate as the secretary of wt.r shall
consider just, not to exceed 7.3 per cent, of
the rate3 puid by private parties. Teller
said that he had never been in favor of
the election bill, nor of any bill t hat its
advocates could possible agree to. Cullom
presented the instructions of the Demo
crats in the Illinois house asking Illinois
members of congress to vote against the
election bill. He said he considered it a
petition and asked that it be filed, which
was done. Don Cameron's secatorial
credentials were filed. The fortification
bill was taken up, but without action, the
The house passed the military academy
bill, and then took up the consular appro
priation bilL McCreary of Kentucky
made a speech, in which, touching upon
the liehring sea case, he urged prompt
action by the government to secure a set
tlement of the vexed question by i.rbitra
tion. Without action on the bill tne com
mittee rose and the house adjourue J.
GOOD MEDICINE FOR MR. LO.
Showing Him the Sight at the Capital
At the Comic Opera.
Washington Citt, Feb. 2. The delega
tions of Sioux Indians which is here to
confer with "The Great Father' about
grievances is enjoying all the plea-urea of
sight-seeing and every effort is being
made by those who are in charge of them
to render the trip to the capital enjoyable.
To-night the chiefs will occupy four boxes
at the National theatre as the guests of
Manager Can by, of Francis Wilson's
comic opera company. As nom of the
bostiles has ever before seen a theatrical
performance of any description, the
glitter and spectacular display 'if' "The
Merry Monarch" will doubtless be a
decided novelty to them.
The Silver Pool Inquiry.
Washington Citt, Feb. 2. The first
witness Saturday before the coinm ttee in
vestigating the alleged silver poo", was J.
N. Donald, cashier of the Hancver Na
tional bank. New York. He said the bank
had employed Owenby to keep it ir. formed
of silver legislation, not for speculative
purposes but to prepare it for any finan
cial stringency. Owenby professed to be
on the "inside" and able to provide ad
vance information, bnt the bank got its
news from the newspapers before Owenby
reported. John W. Hedenburg, of Chi
cago, also testified. So did Representa
tive Payson, but neither knew of any sil
ver pool, although Hedenburg, v ho was
speculating in silver solely on bis own ac
count, had tried hard to find the "pool."
There wasn't a particle of evidence given
indicating the barest shadow of said
"pool," or that any member of congress
had speculated in silver. Tha great
Owenby lias arrived here in charge of a
Owing to Misdirected Letter.
Washington Citt, Feb. 2. Thtough a
clerical error in misdirecting a letter in
the treasury department recently the col
lector at Buffalo, N. Y., instead of the col
lector for the customs district of Niagara,
was instructed that all Canadian live
stock must be entered at Suspension
Bridge, thin virtually removing the im
port cattle trade from Buffalo to that
point. The Jive stock interest at Buffalo
soon made itself heard here, and t ae error
bavin" been discovered the necessary in
structions to rectify it have been sent to
the collector at Buffalo.
Thinks John C. New the Coming- Mu.
Washington Citt, Feb. 2. In 1 minting
out the impossibility of securing fmy one
to succeed the late Secretary Windom
from a distance within ten days. The Post
ays: "The president opens wide t be door
for speculation, aud to those who read be
tween the lines his determination to place
John C. New, of Indiana, now consul gen
eral at London, at the head of the t reasury
department seems apparent." Senator
Spooner says he wants the nonaenw about
his narne stopp ed The president will not
oner him e portion, and he would not
11 ; was ottered.
Secretary IVindom'a So- 4
Washington Citt Fh a n,
of William D. Windom, son of the late
Secretary Windom. w th .hif
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the sorrowing household at the secretary's
Lome On Mnss:ir.inttt0 o . . i
He reached the city early yesterday, not
having received news of his father's death
until 10 o'clock Friday morning. Among
nl. h,b inaom mansion was
Mrs. Luc ret ia Grfield, widow of Presi
dent Garfield, and her son Harry. An
- . " " i'"""ier cast or .me race of th
u"u ctreiary was taKen last night.
No Resorrertion of the Election urn
Washington Citt, Feb a. -The possi-
uu.iy mat aa attempt would be made to
resurrect the federal election bill has been
uuauy oisposed of and tbe measnre will
continue to lie on thA twa ;n ,.
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Assurances have been given Senator Gor-
na nis allies l.y the Republican
leaders in the senat that no motion will
be made to take nn H. ...... i.. ...
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cm. Ine Democrats will reciprocate by
uusmess to proceed without de
lay and a a assurane to this effect has
The President Want More Tim.
Washington City. Feb. 2-President
Harrison has sent a message to congress
regarding section 104, revised statutes.
wmcn limits the peri.xl for which a per
son can be designated as secretary of the
t ruQC llPn vs. t m. . -
j uc ui wa uays. Hit- president
recommends that th -r lM T,rt i
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that the presi lent can appoint a person to
discharge the duties until a successor U
appo.uted. The massags was referred to
w,c .y.K i t.-y committee or bjta the house
EASE BALL SPALDING'S LUCK.
Be Make a Deal in Land Which Gives
Him a Hig Hank Account.
CHiCA-JO. Feb. 3. With
trace his name along the bottom of a
sneet ot paper A. G. Spalding added
WOO.OOO to his bank account Saturday.
The base ball magnate sold his title to
733 acres of land, which two years ago
cost him a trifle over f: JO.GOO, for a little
more that fcioO.OOO ln August, 1888, just
before starting on his famous tour of the
world with the Chicago and All-America
ball teams, Spalding purchased 408 acres
at the fork of the junction of the Hlinois
Central and Grand Trunk railroads, adjoin
ing the town of Harvey. Not one acre
of this cost him $100, tbe price ranging
between ?S0 and f'K). FpaUing with a
few others a.lded to the origin purchase
from time to time until the total wa 733
acres, and this the p-ople who owned
Harvey looksd upon with longing eyes,
so longing in fact that they offered I'M
per ac-re for it and Spalding -old.
A NE33A5KA MAV3 SCHEME.
Kail way To He Made Interested in High
Prices for Kami Products.
Lincoln, Neb., Feb. -'. -Representative
McKesson, of Lancaster, has introduced a
bill which is novel in its provisions to say
the least. It is in reference to compensation
for freight transportation. It provides
that the state shall be divide! into fixed
districts; that instead of char-in 5 so much
for a car of grain or livestock, the product
shall be shipped to market and the rail
road shall receive a certain per cent, of the
lowest cash price quoted on the day of its
arrival. This would make both the pro
ducer and the railroad interested in a high
price. A resolution was offered in the
senate declaring that the pre.-e-t legisla
ture had no intention of passing harsh
laws against money lenders. This is in
tended to bolster up Nebraska's caedit in
The Had Ma.n of Oeorgia.
Macon, Ga., Feb. 2. The return of Jake
Young, the desperado, to Tifton a fre.i
man has caused terror among the people
there. Jake was born in that neighbor
hood and grew to manhood with a record
for killing negroes, and then turned upon
the whites, of whom he is credited with
killing five. Finding the presence of a
magistrate troublesome be announced
himself for the place, and by stauding at
the polls nrmed to the teeth secured his
election. His bailiff displeased him for
some official act. Young shot him through
the heart, sent for a coroner, aud skipped
for the woods. Several weeks afterwards
he was captured in the woods by a pursu
ing party. This was in Maylv'.. Since
then he has been in jail, but through the
aid of powerful relatives be h is been re
leased ou boud
Tanhenerk Again Vindicated.
Sri:iNGFiti.n. Ills., Feb. 2. A telegram
from Columbus, O., says that the legisla
tive committee which went to that city to
look into the new charges against IJepre
sentative Tanln'tinck, Saturday jierformed
their duty. T.-iul-eneck was present, aud
proved conclusively that be was not
Rogers. Peuiuntiary officials who knew
Rogers unhesitatingly declared that Tau
lieneck wasn't the man; he was taller for
one thing, and when Rogers' record was
produced it. was found that Taubeneck
was three inches taller. In fact, the in
quiry was a triumph forTaabenetk.
skipped with the Town.iilp Fund.
Philadelphia, Feb. 2,-Frank Butler,
ex-tax collector for Ridley township, Del
aware cnuuty. lias fled and a deficit in bis
accounts of 7. liX) has len discovered. A
warrant lias lieen issued for his arrest.
His son, George W. Jiutler, was arretted
as aider and abettor in the defah-atious,
and held iu f 1,500 bail for a farther hearing-
Bicycle Record liiokeu.
OMAHA, Neb., Feb. 2. The world's
eighteen-hour bicycle record was broken
by the riders in the race closed Saturday
night. The previous record wrs M'
miles for this time. The score at the close
was; Reading, 3Wi: Martin, 3i8 2-5;
Gerwing, 3lto 3 10; Ashinger, 300. miles.
Stole StZ.OOO Worth of Jewelry.
PITTSIHTRG, Pa., Feb. 2. At 5 o'clock p.
m. Saturday a man accompanied by a
woman effected an eutrance to John
Schmidt's jewelry store in Home wood
and secured about (2,000 worth of watches,
jewelry, etc. Mr. Schmidt was at supper
at the time.
Aa Oil-Well-Shooter's Fate.
Lima, O., Feb. 2. Yesterday as an oil-well-shooter
was on his way to a well near
St. i Mary's with a load of nitro-glycerine.
it exploded and blew the horses, wagon.
and driver to atoms. The ouly evidence ot
the disaster was a huge hole in the road
Satu rday night Stanley was dined by the
New York Press club. Tulmage and De
pew wire present.
THEY BOWED TO EACH OTHER.
Oot. HIM and Kx-Preaident Cleveland
Meet at a Banquet.
New York. Feb. 2. -At the dinnergiven
Saturday night at the Manhattan club by
Senator William L. Brown to the gov
ernor of the club and a few guests, ex
President Grover Cleveland and Governor
Hill met face to face. The centennial ban
quet at the Metropolitan Opera house two
years ago was the occasion of their last
meeting. Since that time they have been
as strangers,and the many thinzs said and
written of the two men only tended to
widen the breach. To this condition of
affairs was due the great interest taken in
their meeting at the dinner Saturday
night. The affair was a strictly private
Both Gentlemen on nand.
The general opinion was that one or the
other of the gentlemen would decline at
the last moment. But both were there.
Ex-President Cleveland was there as early
as 7 o'clock and moved about among the
guests, sh iking bands and conversing in
a 'most pleasant manner. At 7:45 the
doors to the library room, where the din
ner was served, were thrown open and the
binqueters thirty-two in number took
their seats The table was in the form of
an oval. At the head of the table sat Sen
a'or Brown, with Lieutenant Governor
Jones on I. is left and a seat on his right
for Governor Hill, who had not at that
time arrived. At the opposite end of the
table sat Frederick R. CouJer. the presi
dent of the Manhattan club, and on his
right sat Mr. Cleveland. At o'clock
Governor Hill was announced.
The Critical Moment Arrives.
As be entered the room every one arose
anil applauded. The governor advanctu
to his seat, bowed to Senator Brown, then,
looking directly at Mr. Cleveland, he
smiled and bowed to that gentleman, who
ret urn ?d th sa!ute, aud then with a bow
to the rest present he sat down, as did the
others. No embarrassment or iH-feeling
was apparent in the actions of either one
of the two men, who were watched closely
by all present. The diuuer and general
conversation was then resumed. It was
understood at tbe outset that no speeches
were to lie made.
FRIGHTFUL DEED OF A MOTHER.
She Ki'.U net-self and Two Children and
Sets Her Hnnse on Fire.
Hokton, Kan,, Feb. 2. News !.a
reached here of a horrible act of an in-ane
woman who has been living on a farm
several miles west of here. Mrs, Henry
Wysong was left a widow two years ago
with throe children dependent on her.
The fear of starvation so preved on her
mind tint she attempted to kill her chil
dren an 1 hers;.' f. The eldest, a Iwy of 12.
got away fro m her after she had cut his
thro:if with knife, and he then ran to a
neighb-ir's. giving the alarm. The neigh
bor hu.-rh-d to the liouo and fouud the
place in flames. The woman bad killed
t'.e remaning two children and, after in
flift'n mortal woi:n Is 011 herself, she set
fire to t he house. Th- lxy who escaped
Tragic F.ud cT a f Hnnu
Washington, hid., Feb. 2. The great
fox drive in this comity Saturday bad a
tragic ending. Samuel Cornet t, a young
farmer, w as engaged iu the firing of an
anvil iu celebrating the victorious reult
of the drive, when it was prematurely dis
charged, and a piece of the timber on
which the anvil rested was hurled with
great force against t'ornett, fatally wound
The V wlM-ra. III., l atter still Alive.
Alton, Ills, Feb. 2. Harris has ex
pressed a desire to eat, but it is thought he
desires to do so in the lmpe that it may
kill hi ul Hi continues to demand tHi-on,
and is extremely melancholy. Friday he
ate a iiitle corn bread, a-i l experienced no
inconvenience then-fro-n. He was extreme
ly w. 11k on the thirty li;ta day of bis fast.
Meiso!iier, the FrencU painter, died at
Paris Saturday, agel Ti year.
A San Francisco j-welry store was
robbed of 7.."M iu gols la-t week.
Mike KYliy. the v:",(m) ba ball
lieauty," L.is announced his retirement
from the diatnou 1.
The treasury officials at Washington
C.ty Saturday pa sed resolutions eulogist,
ic of the late Secretary JViudotn.
Col. Iricersil nays that nothing can
prevent ti e nomination bv the lH- incr..te
in lV.'J "of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland."
A. Witter, speaker of t!.e lower house
of the Montana l.-gi-l-itare, died Siturday
of pneumonia. He was buried Sunday.
Austin Stiirtevaut was satidbigged an I
robbed iu In ::t of Lis own door at l'laiu
fiel l, N. J , Mitiday uuht. Hi recovery
is doubt fuL The robbers got f I'M.
Lieut. Schwatka, of arctic fame, h;id a
fall (1'iwu two flights of stairs at M.isou
City, la., last week and lies in a precari
ous condition, with hope of recovery.
Lieut. H Anderson. Troop G. First cav
alry, w as fined in a Miles Citv court Sat
urday lor forcibly taking pm-essio-j of the
buffalo over.-ivtt of one of bis teamsters.
He admitted his guilt.
Miss Moffat t, wli'Mo iasiae fretk at
Chicago were recorded in these UispaU-l es
a few d ivs a;:o, has b-en s -ut by hr-r
friends to a private sanitarium. Theyile
ny that she assaulted any one, and say
her inatiai is wholly religious and devo
tional. Duriiiir a fog Saturday at CMca , a
rear-end collision took place on the Chica
go and Hast era Illinois by which R. I)
A lena, H years old, received injuries from
which he died shortly afterward, and
seven other jiersons were severely injured,
oue of whom. Frank Rseubaum, engine r
of one of the traius. will probably die.
Pari-. France, was in a ferment all last
week, the trouble even extending into th
chambers, over a new play by Sardoa
called "Thermidor" whicu held up to exe
cutioit as uurepublican and foreign to all
idea of true lU-rtyv the fightful mob-law
of the Reign of Terror. The Parisian
Radicals were influential enough to have
tbe play condemned by t he govern ui-nt,
aud the lover of true freedom matie tbinus
very lively every night at the theatre with
vociferous demands that the play be con
tinued. the Weather We May KxpecU
Washotos Crrv. Feb. 2. The foUowir.j
are the weather indications for tliirtyii hours
from 8 p. m. yevterday: For Wis.-uman
Colder, fair wcathtr; northerly winds, btv min
ing variable, with a oold wave. For loduna
aud Illinois-Dn-idedly colder, fair weather.
except local auows in the vVinity of Lae
aueuian; nortaerty win as. witUaowld wave.
For Upper Michigan Colder; northerly
winds; lair weather, with a cold nu K.j-
Lower Mu-hijin- UwiJedly colder;
nows; northerly winds, with a oold wave.
For Iowa fair weather; variable winds.
KenaraUy northerly; coldar in eaatarn. bum.
iag warmer by Tusaday murniaf ia waatora
the consumptive who's not be
reft of judgment and good eenso.
He's taking Dr. Pierce' Golden
Medical Discovery. If taken in
time and rriven a fair trial, it will
effect a cure. Consumption is
T .. .r..i Ts o r 1
iiuuj-M.iuiuij, ror ocroiuia, in lis
mvriad forms, and for all T.lvp
Blood and Lung diseases, the " Dis-
covery - is an unequauca remcdv.
It's the only guaranteed one. If
it doesn't benefit or cure, you get
your money oact. lou only pay
for thft coriil rnn rer-t
"Discovery1' strengthens "Weak
Lungs, and cures Spitting of Blood,
Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis.
oevere roughs, ana kindred affec
tions. Don't be fooled into takinr:
something else, said to be just as
gooa, mat tne dealer may make a
I . .. rri a . .
larger pront. meres nothing at
all like the "Discovery. It con
tains no alcohol to inebriate ; no
syrup or sujrar to dcranere di
gestion. As peculiar in its cura-
rr .. . .
nve euects as in its composition.
Equally good for adults or children.
wuICtOU. ChIcCg0f ills. 1 Clark 8t.
XLe EiTfinlar 01d-stabl!sfcefl
PHYS'.GIA!. m SUBCEOB
li still Treatlnir :th the C'ettest
SKILL and SUCCESS
CLronic, KcrTcns EiiFrirats E1s:ess.
-NERVOUS DEBILITY. Lost Uis.
hoed, Failicp Mimory, tpav-itir.g Drama,
Terrible Dreams. Head ar.d Ea:k Ache and as;
ttiten"T-. ej.nj ic early decay ano irhpCoa
Ccirption or Icsasity, treated cenubcl!y If oew
mflh.T.l ,ih tinrrr f :ii i:cce.
SYPHILIS and ali bad Blood aaj Skla
Diseases permiae3'y cu-ed.
KIDNEY and UklNARV coTr'iints,
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele aoj
ai! diseases r.f tee Gecito-L'r:aary Orrinj cured
pminptlv st.uiout icjury 10 Stotaaca, f ulorjt or
'"No eiperiiaeata. Are aal erer-nca
Important. Consultation fire and sacred.
AU correspondence i tarredit irita
Forty Years' Prsrli-e enabl-s rr. CliV. t- Grar
antee Cure ic all Ciiral If Ca- e Imma.
Krrorula, Sii.hllls. Bla-lder ae4 ! 11.
e-es. Iarorrht-a aa4 rtiaale TrnaLx-s.' titer
(urlaiat. tatarrh. all blood, Sk;a azi er
No matter ho bat filei to ecre write
Dr. Clirke a full history of vour cav Honrs,
b 13 a ; Sundays. 9 to ix. Call 00 er mdrat
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHICACO. ILL.
r t r! i- fv toounrkii when th Km
tli'-.-t.f-ul tn-am nt can t" bad ! reaaio
awe pr.rex I Tbe rera'bemtcalV pre.
TO. THE AFFLICTED !
" f t Pri-il trm lit reM'rii4ens of lie. W ill
--4jr IW.IJ ttLn and Servoon Itetalily
ShaM IM ( MenxiTT. IlMildmrT. mi.
trooi emriy in1:rreti,ni4'ol4M-rrauma: aj.
twb.w Hia.li InaaTaiKvot Uieirfear kid
ney and H UT trr.nhle. etc, will end our Mibud
1 Tn-atme.-it a fe, t ertam and ppeT t l"Kf
WML PASTILLES U-msl llslicinep lim Tin
ni orrlbr ilHrtoulDn'i.u. I r William.
! uaauiTa-n aperial nucnlmm to Um
1ii-s f.Tiratir yeer. y w nl s Sml
I'aMilU tliM-b attdirertlr aun IM
lioied ciican.at1 reabir vat. betxer
Iban M mia-h Medirinsi. aa Ut-r are 1x4
eti aned yt he auurw ) u Ir. an4 require no
ruiwtoi oirtf itiU-rrupUiKi 10 ium.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
A foil "duplet Uneof PLATFORM sad other Sprit Warooa. eepeCaTv mAfArt U tte
Wesrm trad of aperior workmaaablp aad tntah IllsutraW lrfV UTtrrttm
WHtao. UeMUUNB WAGON bfor pordiaaaT
Mm & ccv
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Solo Agraf far
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
We -aaraateo every oec porfect. and win aeea Ct pa,
Twrn: day's trial, to re poariblo parties.
Saietj Ileatios Doikri and Cos tractors for
f irtisticg and lajins Water, and
Rock Ulaad. XUiaoti.
Tt Hit. Bcacsco Tetrpbooo 100.
IU HAS FITTER.
ura dzalz vt
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
sSoTDcit work at fair price. EtUraaUi f iniaied.
OSce and acp SI9 ISth 6t. TtUpLcae 1181.
CIIAS. W. TERBURT. l!aar.
Rock Island, 111.
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vniiiatna i.rtm m1v. (iive tbero a tna!.
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.t rlDHj-y Care Oil and MedJcalur.
Jar eirrissry Cart Oil,
Sold by Drot flats; or Sent PrrpalJ aarrttrt
and m aor quantity on Krceipl of Price.
HT7MPHHET8' MEDICIBE CO,
Corner WUUam and Joan 8 la.. Mw Tork.
I. L SPECIFIC KnYin
iaaaajuynra Tha oc'y arxwawf il remady for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and rroatratraa. fro overwork or other rawW
9 I par vial, or ( viala aad lam vial powdv. tar si.
txJLP sr T)atmirrv a-ot fntpakt no rxuehx
of prtoev-HUKPHRtYS' MEDICINI CO.
Cor. Wiloaa and Joke Cta V. T.
JJ Wesiher Strips.
, Wa ara the afannrra
Do tt M tp (ret as tirn.tt Wv Contrictiag.
104-IOe Pranklin-St Ottcavso.
Tbe Great Preoefe Remedy for 6apprMkaf
and Moataly Irreti'.arit'.e.
Ladies Use La Dac's Penndieal POl, of Paras,
France; fnaraoteed to aceomphsb all tbat It
claimed for tneia. Tobe csed owtoly fortrooblot
pecnliar to wosae Poll cUrecUooa wlU eack
- fr 001 orltn loirs for i. Aamertca
P1U Co.. royalty proprtojr. epeacar. Iowa. Tho
ruBttxt ptJ obtained of O.to kadrrt. aUaiatrrot,
Kock laiaad. JVe A Cx. tVawaon. aad of ail
rsarpss. ail aad a-
Goods received by
CLL AND KXAVI3TE.
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Comoany
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Cbxapm thaii Sbikolxi. T. IL ELLIS. Tlo Waad. EX.
eod for Crcalar. (TaOepkooo 10M Ccr. rosrtorBtk aX. aad gecs4 A.
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
11 std 1BI Foork areeie. Eeldoc 111 Focrtk areaao.
Placsaod specif caUoea forrlaked oo ai: aexacf work : tin (rrU af Wilier i PaUxt Ustda
SilCiaic B.iod. twfcelbu I oew. aty lk a4 dralrablc. M
BOOC ISLAND. ILL.
B. P. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Ofloe and Shop Corcer BcTecteesth Et . T t T i i
aad SeTeaUi ATeaue. I I KOCK Island.
BT-All kjdo of ArttU work rpaeU:. rfta aad oatlsaaiaa fee an K.t. ar-
toniMi o kppjcoAaom.
House and Sign Painter.
PLraV-cUes Orakitif aad Papor Hasa..
P. O. Boa e?J.
bop Poink Aro. ML Km tad t4 aca.
GEORGE SCBaITS. Proprietor.
IM Seceod Arrtts.CoriUfiztMURro . OppasH BarpvTa Tkoatra.
The choicest Wines, Uquors. BeeandCigars always on Hand
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