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It Hardly Fits the Crime in
EWIIT Li-TjL"BUnOU ON OANTIELD.
H foiifee the Murder of Xcllia Grif
fin, and Is in State's Prison for Lif
Twenty-Four Hours After Hia A rreat
Fart i't Hi HUtory Explaining tha
Brutal Atrocity An Innocent Parposa
Thut developed Into Foal Mard.tr.
Char:.gttk. Mich., Feb. 4. Russell C.
CacfieM. the inhuman murderer tf littlo
Nellie Griffin, escaped the lynchers' rope
l.y plentling guilty yesterday and receiv
ing tht; sentencs of life iniprisc nment.
About, twenty four hours after he was
captured he was in the state penitentiary
at Jaeksoa. Justice ha been swift iu hU
c;ise, bur in the opiuiou of the onraged
people here the hits been far too n.erciful.
Horrified ami maddened by the fearful
crime of the monster, the people demand
ed Mood, anil had Can field beeu still in
jail hen- iat night would have teen his
last. It. was his fear of mob vengeance
that caused him to confess, and dread of
the vigilantes' rope drove him to plead
guilty aud seek safety behind the solid
walls of the state's prison.
Made a Fatal Admission.
During the twelve-mile ride Monday
night vain attempts were made to obtain
a confession from Can field. lie told a
plain story, and was so frank tha; it waa
thought likt !y th.it he would be able to
prove his innoeeuce. Sitting by a lire in
the sheriffs o:!ice at Charlotte, Mr. Hates
made annLher effort to pet some admis
sion of guilt from Canfield, aud was sur
prised to sec same signs of Ids weakening.
Canfield said that he would like to see
Mr. Bates aloue. The others left t:e room,
and Can field said: Tin perfectly innocent
of this crime. Mr. Bates, but 1'ri afraid
they are going to hang me."
"That is what you deserve," said Mr.
Bates. "What did you kill that little girl
'I don't know," said Canfield h irriedly.
Then seeing his fatal admission h ; sought
to recall it, but Mr. Bates pressed his ad
vantage, nnd in a few minutes Canfield
broke down and offered to tell all about it.
A Mran;je Confession.
According to Can field's story, as told
Mr. Bates and signed by the prisoner, he
got the girl, as heretofore statsd, from
the Coldvvater school. He gave his name
to the superintendent as G. Hendershott.
and ma le arrangements to taka Nellie
Griffin with him to his alleged home. In
company with the girl he re "tinted to
Jonesville and thence to Diniondale.
After getting off the train at the latter
place Canfield, with ids victim, took the
road leading to Mr. Harrison's f irm. Be
fore reaching it he struck off the traveled
high.vay, going through several tracts of
wood until he, with his charge, reached
the piece of timber by the river vhere the
body was found.
flight Reason for the Munirr.
They talked for a few moments and
Xellle manifested great distress of mind
and wept bitterly, begging Canfield to
take her back to the institution at Cold
water. Turning a deaf ear to the girl's
pleadings, Canfield struck her dDwn and
chocked her to death. He then denuded
her body of clothing and taking the
corpse in his arms threw it headlong into
the river. The clothes he took to Harri
son's farm and hid them under the floor
of the cow stable. Canfield maintained
stubbornly to the last that ho had not
abused his victim.
Cui'.firld's Statement Verified.
When Canfield had signal this confes
sion of his guilt he was at once 1 cked tip
and a guard placed over him. Sheriff
Paddock, after taking tirecat tions to
guard the jail in case of an attack, started
for Mr. Harrison's farm, near D; mondale.
to search for the girl's clothes. Under the
floor of the cow stable on Mr. Harrison's
farm the clothes were found wrapped in a
bundle. Mr. New kirk left for Cold water
yesterdav morning, taking the body with
him for burial in the state public school
cemetery. Previous to his departure Cor-
vfuvi wiururu me ji.ry and a
verdict, w,n found in accordanca with the
facts admitted by Can held iu 1 is confeg'
, A Mild-Mannered Miscreant.
To the people who read Can 6 eld's con
fession, bis admissions concerning the
crime seem incredible. Very naturally
the reader would picture him to lie a
bloodthirsty looking villain with brutality
stamped on every feature; but this is not
the case, lie is a mild-mannered, inof
fensive looking man of slender fiuild, and
rather below the averaue height. The
Harrison family, for whom be drove a
milk wagon daily to Lansing, refused to
believe hiui guilty untd his cvn confes
sion forced them to admit it. They state
that he was a quiet, unobtrusive man
who never had much to say and did his
work well. He is understood t j be fairly
well fixed, and has an iuconie from a
small farm that he rents, preferring to
drive a milk wagon for Mr. Harrison
rather than conduct his own farm and do
his own cooking and housework.
Hia Matrimonial Experi eneea.
The Harrison family say that Can field's
only weakness was a fondness for the so
ciety of young girls. This characteristic
was the cause of a good many jokes on
him, which he seemed to tako good-naturedly.
He has been married twice. His
first wife lived witn him twenty-seven
years, and then ran away with another
man, and said that she was sorry that she
hadn't done so twenty-seven years sooner.
Canfield secured a divorce, and immedi
ately aft erwnrd married an old maid in
Lenawee county, who leit him soon alter.
This second failure in matrimonial ven
tares sochagriued Canfield that he closed
up his business matters in Leu;- wee ronn
connty and went to the vicinity of Char
lotte to live. But he aid not ger. a divorce.
Wl.y lie Wanted a Giil.
Sensitiveness to the jokes of his neigh
bors is what caused him to make his last
and fatal attempt to secure a wife. By
some means he hit upon the plun of adopt
ing a girl and then after she had grown to
a sufiitient age of marrying her aud thus
put a stop to the annoyance of neighbor
hood gossip concerning his u nsuccessful
endeavors to secure a wife. When he
reached Dimondale it is evident that he
repented his foolish undertaki lg and was
at a loss for a plan to dispose of the girL
Be could not take her to Harrison's as his
adopted daughter, nor could he marry
ucr. n dh WHS BT.lll lorrallir ..n .. .1 rb
Canfield No: 4
The Murder Explained.
In this dilemma it. 1 viHon. r
field's statements as to the route taken by
un arier leaving the Dimondale depot
ith the child that h wna f .
some wav in which ta hummn fro tn .
turn tonisemnlovment withnnt. v, fa volun
tarily acquired incumbrance. Thi9 is the
ey to the murder. His statement that
e had not abused the cirl is dUnrnml h
the medical examination.
Nellie Griffin'. 8ad Life.
Nellie Griffin was a child of misfnrtnn.
and, if she lacked the inherent graces and
riues oi true girlhood, the most unkind
ner critics could not charge her with
e entire resnonsibilit v of her w-ronir
g. Her f.sther was Oliver Gr:ftia, whose
pi. iiw.. near Mason, Inuhani countv.
lvcr went to Detroit, wliev.. I. I uruin a
nvolved in nn intrigue with a young
oman and was forced to r.iarry her. A
:ew months later Oliver Gr::!in took his
fauns wife to his father's ii.iuie and iiu
(jiored his parents to give her a shelter
jutil after the birth of her child.
I'his child was Nellie Griffin and
before she was a vip old hr
mother r.bandoned her and her husband.
.ortined by this additional disgrace the
young husband left for California and
merge i his identity into that of the large
'""oug population or t he far west. lie is
uevea to be alive and a resident of some
western mininsr camn. The life of Nellie.
riffiu was from this on that of an out
ist, and finally led to the home at Cold-
Hter aud at last to death in the dark
woods near Charlotte.
Superintendent Newkirk Centinred.
Public opinion severely censures Super
ntendeut Newkirk for allowing a young
rirl to leave the school under tlie circum
stances in this case. While no one pre
sumes to chame Mr. Newkirk with any
thing worse than very serious careless
ness, there is a strong feeling against him
and a In lief that he should forfeit his po-
icion as .xupcnnleadent of the statu pub
The Illinois Luislat uro.
S:t.in;kikli, Ills., Feb. 5. Petitions
were presented in the senate yesterday
asking that the legal rate of interest
reduced to f per cent., and that 'foreign"'
building and loan associations be super
vised by state authority. Bills were in
troduced: The savings bank bill intro
duced four years aiio, with a provision for
its submission to the people, the absence
of which provision in the first bill had
made it unconstitutional; exempt iug vet
erans from jury duty; allowing incorpor
ated municipalities to levy a 2 mill tax
In the house: Providing for the holdinc
of a constitutional convention: requiring
mortgages to be listed for taxation; to pro-
uioii mo Keeping ot gambling Iiouses; to
prevent unjust discrimination by insur
a ho f.ity.sixth .senatorial ballot was
reached yesterday w ith the s ime old re
sult. In all four ballots were taken,
when the F. M. B. A. men voted with the
Kepublicans for adjournment of the joint
session. Every member was present.
The Wheat I nproteeted by Snow.
Washington City, Feb. 4. The weath
er crop bulletin for the month ended Jan.
SI, 1S01, issued from the sigual office yes
terday says: There was no snow oa the
ground at the close of the month over the
entire winter wheat belt extending from
Tennessee uorthward to the lakes and
from Ohio to Kansas, and although the
weather during the mouth was, owing to
the uniformly high temperature, gener
ally favorable to the growing crop, the
anproachlEg cold wave and attending de
cided freeze leaves its condition uncer
No Vresents Admitted Free.
Washington- Citv. Feb. 3 The treas
ury department has informed Mr. James
Kitson. president of the Iron and Steel
Institute, Gledhow hall, Leeds, England,
that the law will not permit the free entry
into this rtiumry of a number of valuable
presents, such as silver cups, candelabras,
etc., w hich f lie institute desired to present
to certain gentlemen of this country as
testimonials of appreciation for courtesies
received on, the occasion of the visit of the
institute to. the United States ia October,
Had Outlook for the Itompard.
London", Veb. 4. From Paris conies the
ghastly stiiry that when the murderer
1 ' ? 1 ..J i . I. . 1 r
jjrauu legmen mere was no cnauce lor
a reprieve or commutation, he fell into a
fit of rage; and declared with awful
imprecations that lie would come back
and haunt Gabrielle Bompard to the day
of her death. He also expressed disap
pointment at not being able to wreak
vengeance on Garanger, whom ho con
sidered responsible with Bompard for bis
Will i;V Missed by the Toliee.
St. Iocis, Feb. 4. "Duge" Burke, a no
torious lawbreaker, was shot and killed
on Second street while resisting arrest.
Burke escaped from the workhouse Mon
day, where he was serving a sentence of
one year. Ileliaire Chenot, a guard, met
liim ou the street yesterday and tried to
arrest, hint. BtirKe attempted to strike
iue oi.icer, ami was shot tiirougii the
Chrle Kr;t.l'.uSii Hurled.
UiVnoN, I-eb. 4. -The late Charles P.rad-
laugh was haii ;d ye,U rday iu the ceme
teryat Woking, in Surrey. Special train
from this city conveyed l.iXX) adm rers of
the gn at five thinker to the Surrey town.
In accordant. with arraugeuieuts pre
viously agreed upon tberis were uo cere-
Caught a 'Teeping Tom."
OsHIiosH, Wis., Feb. 4. The olice Mon
day arrested a young Norwegian named
Peter Anderson, who wa. caught looking
through wiudows of houses on Jelf'-r-on
avenue. It is thought lli it he is the much-
wanted "Jack the Peeper," w ho has Uen
terrorizing ladies ou U;e streets.
'ewa Irom the Chilian Kevolu
New Yor.s, Feb. 4. Flint & Co. have
received advices from Chili to the effect
that the insurrectionary vessels had failed
to occupy any port on the coast; that the
people and t he army were standing by the
government, and that order was pre
served on land aud sea.
Struck for Higher Wage.
Erau:v:u.K, Ills,, Feb. 4. Between SIX)
and 5(H) men employed iu the coal mines
of this vicinity quit work yesterday, de
manding an iiicrea- of wages. They
have been paid yx cents to 1 'rents per
bushel heretofore, and now demand a uui-
form rate of 2 eeuts.
The committee on political rights of the
Kansas legislature has reported in favor
ef woman suffrage.
D0J3LE TRAGEDY IN ILLINOIS.
A Farmer Fatally Cluba Hia Siter-la-Lat
and Then hair ides.
St. Louis, Feb. 4. Reports of a double
suicide at Smithton, Ills., yesterday have
reached here. It anDears that Hunn
Boettker. a farmer living near Smithtan
discharged t he contents of a shot-gun at hia
sister-ia-iaw, striking her in the leg.
isot Satiafleti with Hia Work.
nis intention appears to have been to
kill her, as w hen he saw that the shot had
not prixluced fatal wounds, he clubbed the
weapon and strnck her on the head with
the bntt end, inflicting injuries which will
probably result in death. After reloading
the weapon he place 1 the mutda under his
chin aud pulled the trigger. The entire
charge took effect in his head, killing him
instantly. The woman was his brother's
wife, and while his brother was Nerving a
term in the neuitentiarv Hnrv wai
taking the convict's place ia the familv.
with all it i.v.piies
James Davis, a stockn-an from Chey
enne, was held up by footpads at tht
stock yards in Chicago luesday and
robled of JMH.
The mistake of shoot ing men in nlace of
deer is growiug so common in the Maine
woods that the people are looking about
for some way to prevent such fatal occur
rences. It Is reported that railway managers in
Kansas and Missouri are promotiug al
surd laws 1 1 regulate railw ays, o th: t
when they are passed they can have them
annulled by the cou ts.
The entire military clas at the Uni
versity of Illinois, at Chnmpaign. has re
signed, owing to the sudden ciiforceiiii i.:
of a long ignored rule as to eligibility to
a special military cours;.
Three coac ies of the North Shore limit
ed, on the New York Ce: tnl. were de
railed at East Rochester. N. Y., Tuesday
moniiii . The engineer and fireman were
killed. No passengers were injured.
During a wrestling bout nl II ipkinto:-,
Mass., Tuesday between Charies Helfrty
a:id Michael Mahoney, I lie latter was
thrown with such force that he was
fitally hurt, the f.dl resulting iu concus
s on tiie brain.
A candidate for a posiL:o:i on the Hro k.
lyn. N. Y.. police fono bein-aked who
was president of the Uniled Stales, repii.sl
".lame- G. Blaine." He wus rej -e'e t. es;n
cially jitter stating that Grovvr" iiili wo
governor of New York
F.ve colon d women and a j i.un ' w i.ite
mnn named Will Jones were jmus i:ie.i at
Lexington. Iiy . Mo:id iy night lyeit.i y
soup liiieral.y seasoned w it a arsenic-. A.
of them ere very sick, but i-nly li::e.
Louie White. Susij King, and Ann e
Thompson are in a d::ngero'is condition.
The .-lories from Carbon l:ii:. Ala., ll.c
pl.uv where it whs r.'Mrted I a cuiii
lier of n-groes were kill-d, i.iv s i cuif'.iet
i:ig thj' it is hard t' ditrnii:i. hit his
true. The preponderance of testimony,
however, points to the slaughter of ight
or ten tiegr.H'S by the lnwli wliite of
t je placi).
Tl.e Miptt'iue court of Wisconsin, Tuea
d ij" decided thai insurance on a man's
1 f e begins the mu'uctit he has paid Li"
firt preniiaui, if the agent, so ass urea
him, regardless of any stipuhition iu the
policy that it d.ies nut begiu until the
policy is rec.-ived at headquarters of the
Legislation in M.rliigan.
Lansing, MicU., Feb. 4. Yesterday Lieu
tenant Governor Strong ar.noimcd to the
senate the members f joint ommittet
on reappcrtiont.ient of representative aLd
C ngressional llstricts, consistin? of eight
IVmocrats, eight B' pab'.ic'ins, and tl tree
P. of I.'s. Bills were. iuLrihlucv.l in t.'.e
bouse making an appropriation of 'T.1,:s M
for the Mipport and improvement of the
stale public school for the ycrs ls.l-'.,"J-.
appropriating i.iHD tor purcliiM of
I'ihjWs l..r the s-r.'.-f library t-a H'.'I tJ.
A joint resol ut ion submitting to the
people a coii.-i itutioiia! iiiucii.lnieiit
fixing rompeiisat ion of Mcrabirs of the
legislature at fT K pr an-.ura and prol.ib
ii ing the use of free radra a 1 passes. A
resolution for the return of all radical
pnsses held by t he "le-ailh-rs was intro
duced in the house and unceremoniously
tabled. One to pay men lie:-s for actual
a. tendance ujnin daily m-.hi;i-. w hie i h id
been inaoeti.e sp. c.al order f or 1) p. ii:.
was t.ur.ed lieyond recnil.
ltoui:d to Kepeal the liennett Law.
Madison, Wi-.. Feb. 4. !bpullicai.i
ma le an effort in the senate yesterdav to
d;feat the b. 11 to r.-nen! the Bennett Lmr
Si-iiator Jam.'s moved to sufe.titut.rtie
bill agreed upon by the i;i.b.ie.ii cau
cus, which was defeated. Several tiller
amendments met the i-ame fate. The bill
was then pas-ed to third reading. toi.r
Hcpublicaus voting with the Democrats
Hie Weather We May I-.xpert.
Washington Citv. Feb. 4. -Tho fiU-aii
are the weathr indieatious lor thirty-six lio.in
from 8 p. in. yesterdav: For Lower Slieh-
igan Lo -al mown; north w-rsterly win;N.
eomiag varialiU-: wanner wea'her lv Thr.rs
day morniu;. For Illinois aud I:i liun.i
Fair weatir; winds liocuui.iig variable;
warmer by Thursday tunrniug. Fur Wiwou
sin and Iowa Fair weather; variable wm Is.
beironiing soatheriy; warmer. For L'pixrr ili.-h-
igan-LKK'al miiows; westerly iniLi. Ii-i-omiug
voriahli: warmur weather by TLuraday mora
Chicaoo, Feh. S.
The quotations ou the board of tradn to dy
Were an foliown: Wheat No. r February,
opened KV4 cloeeJ SKVje; 5!t. ojMrn'd ft HI.
closed ?l.n: July, otwaud Wi:-j:r, clmt-sl KAue.
Corn No. 2 February. ojiem-J olUj' cluned
51lc; May. olml (Aa, elosiMl ii-.e: Julr,
otwned oifjie. closed Uc Outs - Jo. 1' llay
opened and liHed 4)4c; Jane, o.-xned
4n'itt elua-d 4.V-: July, ojiened VUc. cIomhI
4H40. Pork February, opened G, rkjaed
SUtto; Man-li. oicnod Jll.75, cloned S;
Hay, opened iW.l . cluwd SIDlgU. Lard
Febrnary. ojx'ned S-".T.". closed Jj.T.
Iro.lu: Butter - Fancy separator, "ic;
iairi-s. finest, fresh. Is.r.iK'; aekinic at-fc-k.'
labile. Egj;- Fresh randlej. g'c p,.r do.
DrosseJ poultry Ciiiek-jus, SiASVr per lb;
ducks. 'J r ii tarki-yi. li.rdli: K-jjsa. C o-v
Potato. White ros- l cat?; jwr bu; re I m
e; Hebron. 6. ile; PeerkM-t, VM.iiir Bur
bnnks, lnHV', Sweet potatoes-Jersey., I 'i
H.li ier brl; Ilhnoia. MOJvl.-i'. Apple
Oxiking. S3.uu-f.t.in mt bri; eating, rjl iu,o'0';
liii higiui chonw. :i-i'.tji.0i: po ljl'.rs' at'-k.
'l:w Yt l K. leb 3.
WTieat No. 2 red winter ra-h. M ile l.ir;
do Slan h. il M...; lo May. tl.l.TWs I'oru -No.
- mixed easa. & .J.-; do May. tt'lw.
uts yuiet; io. z mixed easn, 'J.jk-.
Slay. oi:i4c. Itye NeLs'tcX Ii.iriev-N
lircteJ. i'ork-l'ull; lu-as. rll.jorr 1 1.75
new. Lard-laiet; 1-el.uraiy. ;.VK V.
Live Kt'k: Cattle-Market firm, but I
trading in lsve; dresHed K'f. iteady: unU
Sides. D'n'lw ' Si Isheeti and InmU- 4
fedpng lor desirable off drinc. but pri -x were
not Quothblv higher: Hliin-ii. Him,r.M u iili
s; lambs. 10 0)(jS i. Iiot;H -NomiaaUy stuady;
UY UOgH, . y 1A .
All on one tide
the offer that's ma le by tho pro-
irietora of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
lemcdy. It's $500 reward for an
incurable caso of Catarrh, no mat
ter how bad, or of how long 6tand
ing. They mean what they say;
they're responsible, and the offer
has been made for years. It's all
on your t?idc you lose your catarrh,
or you're paid t300 for keeping it.
But it's safe for them, too they
know you'll bo cured.
Dr. Sage's Remedy produces per
fect and permanent cures of Chronic
Catarrh in the Head, as thousands
can testify. "Cold in the IIealn
is curtvl with a few applications.
Catarrhal Headache is relieved and
cured a3 if by magic. It removes
offensive breath, lass or impairment
of the ftense of taste, smell or hear
ing, watering or weak eyes and
impaired memory, when caused bv
the violence of Catarrh, as they all
frequently are. Remedy 6oM by
druggists, f-0 cents.
af U . a waT'sraawstaa
k w i a i J"
CrrprTr;7 tiliiiii;iLU!R5li l&GSe.
i rr. i CrU'ir-.i .iivii
1 1 . " i i. J!!ic
KLRV0V3 CESTLtTV. Z.'.r. Maa
hood. Faiiini Kcrncry, Ci' Jvr; Lraioa,
Terrible Dr- r.il' e-:i tril.su. A-c-tltJ
thr .3c-i jfl i.caily dei-ty a.. ; Coa
cmptionpr lr.sa;-y, triaf -i i- enr
mcvSi. w .1 n-Arr-fj.i f.rc.r-
.-SYPHILIS a l tai Etsci xri Ekia
Diseanes nerr-.ar.eat.y carti.
l-Kl6KEY iai t F I N ART cot r'uian,
Clcet, Gonorrhoea, S'.nctiri. Va-.c:c-.'t aaa
all daravs t4 tr.e CMto-l r tiry thr.. . cued
promptly :thojt .njury to - lT . - t .'.rryt or
N enperlmer.T. A?t ini trritoce
importnet. Cocauitatuo trfe -: t.-ri.
a"All cOTc-ip r.d. orr i -...r -' . r. a'
Forty Ver' Prartirer le. t. ar-
antee Cures in !1 "ir..l - Ci- ' 7 . 7'ira.
Krrofyla. Sibi'i. ti'arfd. r tn K.'- l a
eaiea. I.raeri h-ri li. T-tI ..rr
ap'a!rt. a-..-:j. ail E;.. ii's ,?i rf
N.- i..ai. r bo 1 ?.i ! ii r--r -: write
Ir I'l.-k-r a f;; l::.trx of - fJ.. lijora.
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185 So. Clark St.. CHICACC. ILL.
TO m AFFLICTED !
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lfuiu cany lnd-reu .tianruil'r raiiann; aUi
MID3LE-EED MEN InadTairf'i'ol ttieiry.'am.kxt
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ot Treatment a M.le. Vrtam iml hieelT ft KK.
SEkIKALFASTILLES terr.nl tuadicitia will
noteari'iiiea'M.Teatiiuerita. lr.V illiam.
ho hasanren Me iai atteotwm Ut tbai
ilisefiw f .rntanf ytr fn,-nrje stue
nni I'ai.tiih'a alueb aetdirectir upon th
diseajMSl iirnnMiKl nsxtiire t it better
than Mmm b Medicine, a tlief are nut
ctiarntinl t'Ttne Bnetne luH'e and require no
chaiu;? f di. toriaUrmiptM.nitibuniDeaa.
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Fcr Zszsi, Cattle, dee?, le, Z:r:9 .
500 Tace Batik oa Treatment af Aalnola
and l hart oral tree,
crwa t Feyera-faat-e-t iaaa. Ia la aa t iaa
A.A.) tioal Mraiatrtlia. Milk rrtrr.
K-H-etraiaa. UanrM, at beaaaattaaa.
. ('.t'.Itiiueaarer. Naaal Ilia barac.
II.DBata ar .raka. arwt.
I K.iU4'aMiha. Ileavra, Parinntlt.
1 f .K. 4'olie ar trie. Ilelltarbe.
;.;. .1ia-arriaa-e, llrmarrhaae.
Il.li.t riaary aaal Kidaey blwurt,
.Kraal te IHaeaae. Maare.
J.K-Uiaraaraaf Uiiratkaa, Iara!yaia.
Klngte Buttla (orer dnaafa - -(stable
raar, with FperlfVa. Kan oar.
etennary Core Oil an-1 tHwliuaJur. 7.ww
Jar rteriaary Care Oil, .
Sold by Drnrrurta; or Rent Prepay txrvkcra
aad m any quantity on ELaca-p! ot frtca.
KTTMPHEXTS' MEDICIlfE CO,
Corner Wulaa aad Joan B'.., Hrw Tork.
B0IXT0?ATZ2S f f
ISPECIHC No. 60
TTi m nnhi i J -
Nnrons Dsbility, Vital Weakness,
and rraarataos, from o"'--il or ouier ta-i J
l lajrviaj. or tnaaiaBd larva oal pwiin. torti.
oU nxcrniprra. rrtmi pont iM nirnr i
of prtay-ri0PMotTi HtSICtlt CO ,
Oor. WiiAam and Joaa Sta, V. T.
JJ Vea'cher Strips.
atw Wr ai-a TLi W :.nnfrt
U0 lt tnl ts ft' ?n lit r'.t Et'it Otractixg.
104-104 Franklifk-S:.. Chieajto.
The freat Freixb Ku. it f.,. s.fpr.looa
Sii Monthly Irfs-enlani.i-a
iut r rrr.iii.. a; r;. , or rarta,
France; ma'aiiu-e-l u ao-i.aip'.ifo all Una ir
cialmei for tui ic. T be u,j a.n.".i't fortroabla
r-ii"' "mm r u.i .irrr'.HiQi wiia ear a
box Si per hot or three o- for S. Anterkraa
i II 4n -.W. ....
. i.'.m.. j t'i'in-uT, .-iTicri. jowa. m
rename pill obtained of otto Rtdcrt, Kim rtreot.
Rock Ilnd,Jappa at Co.. Davaauort, ao4of aU
drnniala. - -
THE MOLINE WAGON.
- r'fZrz-:, j I , '- ' 'sg'2 -i
Manolacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
A full ana compu line of PLATFORM aad other ftprlaf Warooa. err!ary aaaMaal ta tha
Weatera trada.of aapcrior workaaaahlp aa4 tn.ah rjlaMTM4 rnra Lart fro
appJcatioa. e Ut MOUilK WAlrOS bafora pardaamx.
CIIA5. W. VSREUHT. Miaa-tr.
1 i51I . lilfVili
Agency for Excelsior! IRoofinp Comoany
Cbkatbb tha f 11501.(1.
a-n4 forcirca'ar, (Tc, toac
C. J. W. SCHEEINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1U1 atd 113 FM,rth aarac . taloract 111 ranA aTcatat.
ruaaad apecJcaHot,. fareiabed oa allrlaaataca work: aW arrat of Wilt a Falrat laaioa
b CiBf b utOm. aoatrU r arw, rtyltrk aLd dravaUc.
KOCK ISLASO. ILL.
B. F. DeGEAE,
Contractor and Builder,
OSoe and bLop Corcer Serrctortta St.
All1" &c-oi A.Teno.
tTlj ktta e Ifta warn a aiaarla:
House and Sign Painter.
F; r-1 -c'. wm G ra: a'. t.j asl paper Qaax c.
P. O Bo. 72.
GEORGE KCXlArEK, Proprietor.
1M Secood Ayeaaa.Cor&crof alztaa.U Btraa Oppoaiu Carcr TXealra.
Ths choicest Wines, Uquors,
Fro LaacA Ewrj Day
DAVIS & COa,
A eempU triock of
Pipe. Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brict. Etc.
Sola Afrata for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
Wc raarae'-ea err-ry owe parfert, ae wHl ee4 Cl pa,
Twcf.j da j a tna. to rriotiaial paruea.
Safety II tali rj Bo'.'xn asd O&tractori for
furniati&fr and lajiox Water. tud
lilt Foltt Atx
TtAck Ia'asd. lUiaoii.
7.nc ::4. Iua.acfilrpoaa 190.
in 6AS FffTEB.
1ID DKAXU t5
Wroagb: and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Qas Fix tares.
taTBetl work at fair trice. EaUrcatet fanuabed.
OSce Azi icv 1 ISta St. Ttlepbos 118.
Rock Island, 111.
Gcods received by
CALL AND EXAMIXE.
T. IL ELLIS. Rock Iklaoi. EI.
lent; Cor. roararstA R. aad rooa4 Aa.
. FUt.a aad errjaa-aa far aC krda mt VaXiiao
K.r, rrxra Art. heC r rt ttti.SU Sla.
Bee nd Cigars always on Hand
Saadwichaa FaraWaaa aa taort HaUca.