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FRIENDS IN NEED.
Badiy Vanted by a Newly Mar
NOT DAUNTED BY DIITICTJLTIES,
Xhe Fair Bride Laughs at the Fate That
poomed Her to Spend Her WeiW ing
it;ht in a Folice Station Shabby on
(lii4 1 of Alleged Friends A Wedding
Tmir Ended by a Thief Who Tlad No
Sentiment About Him.
Elizabeth, N. J., Feb. 6 A tn-idal
trip wan interrupted ia an unexpected
m.iimer' Tuesday night John Stewart
8nJ his bride, of Thildelphia, left that
city Tuesday night on their wedding tmr.
Tiieir destination was New York. They
took a train on the New York Cer tral
riilro:id hy the Hound Brook route. The
,iine fiiht s disconsolate-looking coiple
yot off the train here and inquired for the
Iwuse of ;i f iend. They went to this
frit nl's house, and told the inmaks of
t'.K'ir unhappy experience.
f.ivvn the Cill Mtoulder by Friend."
lu some manner tney claimed to have
boen robins! on the train of all the money
they hail iu tiieir poses-ion. Necesiriiy
the hridal tr.p would have to be deferred
until more funds could be secured. Thi-y
recollected having in. nds in Elizalth,
(in,l therefore decided to stop off here and
effect a- loan, 'lh. lr friends listened to
their Htory, but jip.rcntly offered them
little or no c.'m-ni.:.iio:i. Tney also iu
farmed the bridal cot.:f u;ac there was
not a room to sp;;ic in thu house Tha
unhappy p.iir saw-t:.:- ' .,ir do-sM upon
them and retire i t-..ip..rily to the side
walk, where they u-.-d the situation.
Newest TU;n;j in llridal t liainbcrt.
In clesptr:ition they fiaailv incurred for
t he polite station. Tturu t hey nrfain told
their story, nu t v.viv made as couiUu-oble
as possible iu the ..l!-iij-rooiu. Tar iugh
the kindness of the police they communi
cated with their triends in Philadelphia,
and Wednesday morning received money
from home to help them out of their diffi
culty. Young Mrs. Stewart gaylr re
marked to her husband: "Well, : ohn,
I've beard of siranpe wedding trips, but
abridal chamber iu a police station is the
queerest." They decided to go home, and
returned at once to Philadelphia.
DELUDED THE CHARITABLE.
A Conple Who Tlayed the Matrimonial
Game for Cash.
Baltimore, Feb. 6. Some tirueego a
number of ladies interested in charity had
their attention called to the destitution of
a family in southwest Baltimore. The
mother said the father drank and neg
lected his live children. Some of the la
dies induced the man to reform. He went
to a well-know n minister and mai.e all
sorts of promises, declaring that he was
tired of the life he had led, ami say
ing that he wanted to turn over a
new leaf. He told the minister that he
was not married to the woman who bore
his children, and asked for advice. His
children were growing np, and, he said,
had never been christened. He thought
his reform would be complete if he could
have them baptized. All the ladies were
very much gratified and made arrange
ments to have the parents married and the
An Investigation's Disclosure.
They bought and made the little ones
clothing, gave them money, and rigged
out the parents in new clothes. After the
wedding was celebrated and the children
christened, something about the mac 's rc
tions induced the minister to look Tip his
record. The investigation disclosed the
fact that the man and woman had been
married nineteen times and the chil
dren had been christened twenty-nine
times. They would live iu one section of
the city long enough to get a good start in
the world by getting married and having
the children christened. Then they
would move to another locality a nd go
through the same performance. They
were always married under different
A COMMON LAW MARRIAGE.
It Troubles a Church Congregation at
West Itozbury, Mass.
Bostos. Feb. 6. A most remarkable
story of a marriage which is not a mar
riage has developed in the West Roxbury
ward. Henry W. French, the well-known
traveler and lecturer, and Miss Fannie
Smith, the daughter of the president of
the Smith American Organ com pa tiy, are
the person interested, and the church to
which they all belang is the only tri bunal
before which the case has yet been
brought. French in a widower.and if about
twice the age of the girl. The latter
has been Kent abroad by her father, who
dislikes French and wishes his daughter
to marry an Englishman. The ext ent to
which the relations of the couple had gone
would not have been known had not
French after the girl's departure for
Europe disclosed them to the father.
French said that he supposed tliat an
agreement to live together as husband and
wife constituted a legal marrit.ge in
Massachusetts as well as in New York.
Mike's Flan of Getting Even.
Waterloo, N. Y.t Feb. 6. Michael
Tuomey went to the postoffice yesterday
afternoon and destroyed a large portion of
the glass fronts of the delivery boxes. He
claimed that the government ow.d him
(1,500,000 and he wanted to have his
revenge. . He had previously tried to se
cure a revolver at a hardware store, but
was refused. Tuomey has been thought
insane for some time.
Muicide at Chicago.
Chicago, Feb. 6. Joseph McOacken,
captain of private police in this city,
shot himself through the temple in the
hall of the American Press association
building at 192 East Madwon street, this
morninsj at 4:40. The cause of the awful
ileed is unknown. He was prosperous and
popular with all wLo knew him.
Pennsylvania Prohibitionist 4.
Williambport, Pa., Feb. R A large
amount of routiue business was disposed
of by the state prohibition conference
Wed .lesday. 'i he conference close I Wed
nesday ni'jjht with a largely attended roasa
meeting in the court house, at wtichthe
principal alures was delivered by Na
tional Chairman Dickie.
Taking Care or "Goofed" Veti.
Montgomeuv, Ala., Feb. 6. Tte Ala
Uma hoiioe of representatives yesterday
iwssed a bill levying a special tux of K
mill to raise a fund 'for the relief 'if disa
bled Confederate soldiers mad of tta wid
ows of such as were killed ia the Confed
erate service. The tax will raiae a f and of
NO PROGRESS AT SPRINGFIELD.
Illinois Legislators Still in Deadlock
x Legislative Matters.
Springfield, Ills.; Feb. 6.-A petition
was presented in the senate yesterday
fron homeopathic physicians for a new
insane asylum. Bills introduced: To pre
vent adulteration of butter; to allow only
registered voters to vote; to provide for
Btate inspection of building and loan asso
ciations; to give railway conductors police
powers. In the afternoon the senate heard
the suggestions of supervisors.
BThe house heard the supervisors in the
morning, and tieir suggestions were re
ferred to the committee on public chari
ties and the revenue committee. The bill
to elect railway commissioners by popular
vote was sent to second reading. Moore
modified his railway commissioner resolu
tion by striking out all reflections on the
commissioners aud ordering an investiga
tion into the charges agaiust them, and it
was passed unanimously.
In the Joint Assembly.
There was auother uo quorum vote in
joint session yesterday. Cockrell was
again absent, and only one ballot was
taken, without value, of course. The Re
publican steering committee met Moore
and Cockrell during t!:e day, and asked
what pledges an F. M. B. A. candidate
would give to act with the Republicans
in the United States senate. The F. M.
B. A. men replied none that would con
flict with F. M. B. A. principles. That
closed the meeting. The Democrats are
criticising severely Interstate Commis
sioner Morrison's letter advising the drop
ping of Palmer.
COLOSSAL STRIKE THFEATENED.
It Involves the Kntire Pennsylvania Rail
New Yoi:k, Feb. 6. A colossal strike
which is threatened on the entire system
of the Pennsylvania road is causing much
discussion among the employes. Ueneral
Superintendent Jackson was seen at Jer
sey City yesterday, and to a United Press
reporter said: "We have no information
concerning any grievances at this end of
the line; the talk refers to the lines west
Thirty Thousand Men Interested.
The employes of the northwestern and
southwestern divisions of the system have
notified the officials of the company that
unless they receive a favorable reply by
Monday regarding their grievances, they
will go out. There are over 30,000 men
employed on the system.
The Report Absolutely Denied.
PlTTSDUROPa., Feb. 6. The sensational
report sent out from Pittsburg yesterday,
telling of an Expected gigantic tie up of
all the lines of the Pennsylvania company
west, or 'iturg, mvolviug 30,000 men,
unless an answer was given before Mon
day to the requests of the general grievance
committee, proves to be without founda
tion. CAUGHT IN AN AVALANCHE.
Fonr Men on an Errand of Merry Ituried
Oobat, Colo., Feb. 6. News has just
reached here from Mount Sneffels of the
death of four Virginius miners, who per
ished in a snow slide. They started out of
the mine Wednesday evening to help
bring in Billy Maher, who had been blown
np in his cabin about a mile distant At
a point on the mountain at an altitude of
about 13,000 feet a heavy body of snow
was detached, and Tom Byron, L. Philius,
Allen Mclntyre and John Sanderlind were
hurled down the mountain and buried
fifty feet beneath the mass, which, was
packed above their bodies as solid as ice.
The Itodies Recovered. i
This occurred about 10 o'clock Wednes
day night, and the bodies were not recov
ered until yesterday afternoon. Men
worked all night and yesterday with all
their power, but could not reach them
sooner. Billy Maher, for whom these
men lost their lives, arrived at the hospital
yesterday, and may recover. He will lose
one of his eyes and will be sadly disfig
ured. The cabin in which the explosion
took place was blown into thousands of
Organised by Alliance Men.
Wichita, Kan., B'eb. 6. The Wichita
Lave Stock association with a capital
stock of $100,000, was organized by a
number of prominent Alliance men here
yesterday. The shares will be placed
among tbe Alliance farmers at $25 each,
and no stockholder will be allowed to
hold more than twenty shares, nor will
any one be allowed more than one vote,
no matter how much he may have invest
ed. Offices will be established at the
Union stock yards here and complete con
trol taken, so far as possible, of all ship
ments of stock sent here by Alliance men.
An Old Firm Goes Under.
New jCouk. Feb. 6. Barn urn's clothing
store at 196 to 300 Chatham square, one of
the landmarks of the city, was closed
Wednesday after a business career of
forty-six years. The business was car'
ried on by Stephen C. Barnnm and George
Crosby uuder the firm name of S. C. Bar
naul & Co. They made a general assign
ment, l be assignee said be did not think
the liabilities of the firm would amount
to 175.000. The assets were mainlv in
stock. The cause of the assignment was
general aepression in business.
Red Lake Indians Still Dancing.
. St. Paul, Feb. 6. The governor has
received a letter from the citisens of Foss-
ton, Polk connty, stating that the Indians
were still dancing and boasting that in a
few weeks there would not be a white man
left alive in the thirteen towns near tbe
Red Lake reservation. The writer said
that the settlers are abandoning their
farms and stock, and asked that a conple
of companies of militia be sent up there to
aid the settlers in case of an outbreak.
Madison, Wis., Feb. 6. Tbe senate yes
terday adopted the house resolution in
structing Wisconsin's congressmen to vote
against the "force bilL A bill was intro
duced in the senate to make the holders of
a mortgage responsible for taxation on
tbe property to the amount thereof. Bills
in the house: to abolish the contract labor
system, making the minimum rate of in
terest on loan or trust funds 4x,i per cent.
Want to Impeach the Judge.
TOPEKA. Kan., Feb. 6. A resolution
preferring charges against Theodore Bot
kin, judge for the Thirty-second district,
was filed with the clerk of the supreme
court, and will be introduced in the house
of representatives with a view to institut
ing impeachment proceedings against tbe
judge. The charges against the judge
include drunkenness, gambling and
Nine children veriahed in a burning or
phaa asyluas at Maew,Ruiia,Thaday.
THE COM3TOCK LOWER LEVELS.
To Bo Drained and Explored lor An
San- Francisco, Feb. 6. Reports from
Virginia City declare that there is great
excitement on the Comstock over the de
eision to drain the lower levels of all the
large mines, and to begin prospecting and
keep on mining, which has been practi
cally abandoned for over six years. All
the work dono since then has been on the
Upper levels, which have been thoroughlj
explored with the diamond drilL Foi
half a mile underground there are only
mall patches of ground which have not
b,n n honeycombed by the drill, and the
Cannot contain a bonansa, because of ths
character of the rock. Below this level,
however, everything may happen, and t
week's work may uncover ore wortt
millions and set the whole Comstork t
The latest reported trust is a soda wat.
A general strike of dock laborers U in
progress at Cardiff, Wales. Every coal
tip in Cardiff Ls idle.
The Alliance and Democrats carried
Oklahoma at the elections for county
oSicers held Wednesday.
At Ozark, Ala., Wednesday a mad dog
bit six people andauumber ofdosau..
c.ittle before it was killed.
Misi Grace Gridley, of Amboy, Ills.,
who has been in a comatose condition foi
the past year, is now recovering.
The poor house at Waterville, Me, wa
destroyed by fire Thursday and an in
mate, a girl of 15, burned to death.
In Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, tl.t
troops attacked a meeting of Republicans,
and several citizen were wounded.
The cold wave has reached the fastern
states at Dover, N. II. Wednesday night
the temperature was Id degrees below.
A reciprocity agreement between this
country and Brazil was signed by Secre
tary lil tine and the Brazilian mlnhttei
The embezzlement of tbe state funds ol
Arkansas by State Treasurer VVoodrufl
has left the state without money to pay
A doctor at Norwich, Conn., the other
day took a piece of wire half an inch long
out of the eye of a little girL It was em
bedded in the iris.
Go. rge L. Yaple will not couut the
seat in congress from the Fourth
Michigan district, and Burrows' calling
and election are sure.
At Mt. Auburn, O., Monday the public
school children became so patriotic that
fiey wrecked thn German flag flying nvvi
the German cousulate.
Mrs. Laura B. Whitney, the widow ol
C A. Samuel B. Whitney, was given a
check furf!,35 at the UniteJ states pen
sion o;1ice in Chicago Wednesday.
By the confession of another man it Lai
been discovered tha. Patsy Divine, who
was hanged at Alton, Ills., a few year
ago for the murder of Aaron Goodfel low,
was an innocent man. Circumstantial
hmttered His Brains ArniiniL
Wilmington, Pa., Feb. C The boiler
of an oil well leing drilled on the Hamil
ton farm exploded yesterday, killing Fred
J.ihuston instantly and scattering his
brains and skull several rods aroundl The
engine was torn down and pieces of the
bjiler thrown 500 feet. Johnston had
been to the boiler and turned around
wh-'n the explosion occurred, cutting ofl
the entire back part of his head.
Duke of Norfolk Protests.
London, Feb. 6. The duke of Norfolk,
t ie great Komaa Catholic house of the
English nobility, writes to The London
T.iues protesting against the attitude of
the government on Gladstone's bill to re
move the remaining Roman Catholic disa
bilities. The 1,utet lrih Settlement.
Ix-ix., Feb. 0. A prominent Irish
member of parliament said yesterday that
Parnell and McCarthy would retire in
favor of Dillon, and Dillon would be rec
ognized and obeyed as leader by all tht
First Iron !4hip Built in Maine.
BATH. Me., Feb. 6. The keel of tho lir t
iron ship ever built in Maine was laid
Wednesday that of cruiser Xo. 5, at the
Bath Irou works. The keel lor cruiser
No. 6 was laid yesterday and tbe work of
construction will go rapidly forward.
How Is This for Slam
London, Feb. 6u The kingdom of Siam,
Asia, proposes to create a national bank.
The Weather We May Expect.
Washisut;) Cmr. Feb. tt. The foUmnni
are tbe weather indications for thirty-six hours
from H p. m. yoKterday: For Indiana. Ilii
num. and Lower lii;bi;ao &lightly warmer,
fair weather; southerly winds Tor C(ter
Michigan and Wisconsin Fair wenther; sta
tionary temperature; variable wtrds. For
Iowa Fair weather; stationary tau'perature
in eastern, slightly warmer in western portion,
Chicaoo. Feb. 5.
The quotations on the board of trade to-d.vy
were as follows: Wheat No. 2 February,
opened and closed Ujc; May, opened Wly-,
cloeed Wic; July, oioned V5V closed Xftuo
Oorn No. - February, opened and -losd
&)Htc; May, opened fiStjo, closed 64c; July,
opened u3vc c.eU !.. OstM No. 2 May.
opened Ui'-ic, closed 40?uc.; June, opened
4tic, clos d 4lMic. July. cieued tUnr, closed
4314c Pork -February, ojient-d fa.TD. closed
March, opened f H , closed ; May.
opened f 10. M), closed Lard February,
opnned $5.70, closed $-".73.
Live stock-Following were the prices at
the Union Stock yards: Ho s Market opened
active at ac advance bnt b-fame qiiot and
easy later; Lbt (rnultw, f.t.ijJ 7tt; rough
packing. ;.!Vr,;S.ti:; mixed. ! toy3.?5; hnavy
packing aud shipping lots. KMUuftltfO; pig.
Pro iu-e: Eurtr Fanry seiarat:r. 3H;
dairies, finest, frjsh. Is (J!l; packing stock
tkdllc EK-Fr.a cauJiai, :2a per dos.
Drossed poultry Chickens. Bi(io per lb;
ducks. B.illc; tjrk 'ys. l tillc: treese, 648c
Potato- White rurw. per bu; rod rua-j
; Hebron 4lc; Peerless. s)7T,e. Bur
banks, -Jft!Vic. Iswoet poLsUe Jerseys, $.!?
&4.a per brl; Illinois. H.tXl jij t. Apples
Coolant;, S-'l.'U.0 per br.; eat.a. Sl.lMgj.at-.
Michigan choice, J.i.73 jll.'i : jm IdLjrs' nU) '..
Xtw Yoiik. Feb. 5.
Wbeat-Xo. 3 red winter cau, Sl.unj; do
March. Sl.UTVf: do May. tl.-iV-a: do Juno.
$l.illv4 Corn No. S mix-) cash. (';-
do May, Ci-ic Onts Dud but steady; No.
mixed cash. fip-Vic; do May, 51c. Bye--Nominal
Barley Nominal. Pork Dull; in
$11.3011.75. Lard-Vuiet; Mreh, $tt.l; May
Live Stock: Cattle Trading- firm and a-tive
for aU.graUua; poorest to bent native stoers,
J,Uttao.:5 9 lis fee: bulls and dry ouws. til&
3jS. 8noep and Lsunbs Sheep. steady; laaibs,
a anade higher; sheep, $tuntA,65 9 , a;
lambs, . tft.OUdT.Sw Bugs NoounaUr steady;
We've heard of a woman
who said she'd walk five miles
to get a bottle of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription if she
couldn't get it without. That
woman had tried it. And it's
a medicine which makes itself
felt in. toning up the system
and correcting irregularities as
soon as its use is begun.
Go to your drug store, pay
a dollar, get a bottle and try
it try a second, a third if
necessary. Before the third
one's been taken you'll know
that there's a remedy to help
you. Then you'll keep on
and a cure '11 come.
But if you shouldn't feel the
help, should be disappointed
in the results you'll find a
guarantee printed on the bot
tie -wrapper that'll get your
money back for you.
How many women are there
who'd rather have the money
than health? And "Favorite
Prescription n produces health.
Wonder is that there's a
woman willing to suffer when
there's a guiraniecd remedy
in the nearest drun store-
Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulate
the Stomach, Liver and Bow
els. Mild and effective.
Cvre cTt CSTABUiWU 16-51 I S3 So.
PHYSlCiA!! AItt Sl'nCEOS
Is stiU Trr!-:r t'h li Safest
giSKILL and SUCCESS
tonic, Kcrrcns aEPri?&D!iEE;es.
?NERV0U3 DEBILITY, Lott Kan
hood. Failing Memory, EHair,t-.ng Crams,
Terrible Drearr.s. Hesd t.i Back Ache and all
theeflect leading to early decay J p-rrh-.j Con
sumption or Insanity, treated ciccu:icali ty new
method w:th nrvrr-faii ag sycrrs.
i SYPHILIS and all bad E'.c&d and Skin
Diseases permnc;at:y cured.
KIDNEY and URINARY ccT-r-Uics.
Cleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of tbe Genito-Ur tury Or?"- cured
promptly without injury to StcavisJ:, i'JJn-ys or
WHo experiments. Aft ar.d ejrps-'eacs
important. Consultation tree and aacrel.
eAll corrHspond:-nce is sarrtilv I riv-e
Forty Years' Practice rnaHe! Dr. Ci.:r' Gi ar
antee Cure in all OraMe Ca- '. Livs-.a.
Scrofula, Syphilis. Klsddrr srd K'rtaev Iii.
eaxe. l-enrorrhira serf lr.a Trnul.:. ir
tamplaiat. Catarrh, ail Eked. Mua srd Ser
vos llivsm. .
No matter who has failed to cx-ej.i. write
Dr. Clarke s full history of ror c-it. Hours,
BtoS; Sundays. 9 to iz. Ciiloan ac' -i
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHiC.HCC, ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Whr pavbur fees toaaaclu when tbe bmst
mt-dical trestnu-nt can be s.ad lor reason-
prices ol Tue l"ero Cbemical Co- pre
d from Uie prescriptions of lr. WUI-
isnwji phy-ictmof world-wide repute'
YniiMC UtN suounus I rum Heminal
I UU119 CflLl and Nfi-rons rhh,iit.
Lcim of UenKirr. DciioadencT. etr
ly tadmcrvuone or olber causes: also
llinni F.fRPn UtU wno eIwooe a weakness
ivhuiuui w.kn maovanceo: tn-tryesrs.KiO
nev and Bisddcrtnnties, etc., will Ond enr MUi.jd
of Treatment a Safe, Cervun and Prieed rr v K.
bo has Ktven snecial auootxin to uum
diseases formsny years, prmvnbes Semi
nal lastitles whtcb act direetif dp-id tbe
diseased ontans. and restore vie-ir better
wan ttuimacn Medicines, as tney are not
cbsnsMl r-ytne saMne Juice and require no
coanfceoi uielor interrupt nmtUM;
eosuns from $.Untai5i)n. nsed with on-
Vrtlll.tms private pmcttce. Give tbem a tnaL
PPPIFIP tin CI forUieKidnersandBd-ierenrea
srCblrlb HO. 01 recent raws Id ooe lu t-mr dsrs
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SPECIRC ho tiO
Nerroas Debiiiiy, Vital Weakness.
and Prostration, rrma omr-work or otber um a!
SI per vial, or & vials aod larn ial poworrlor i
bou ST Dkoooists, or sent postpsid oa reaelot
of prtoa-HUKPHRrYS' HLDICIIE CO..
Cor. Wl'Jian aad John Sta, Jt. T.
iUJJi Wealher Strips.
'vD.Wi are tha KannfaetunraL
. Do not fail to ret an Ltt'iute Befort Costractlsg.
I04-IO6 rranklin-St-. Cfticstso.
Th Great French Bemedy for Soppreasioas
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ladles Use Le Due's Periodical PD3, of Pararn,
Prance; maranteed to acracDplira all that la
Claimed fnt tbem. To be osed sionihlyfor troablaa
Keaiiar to women Foil directioaw- vita oaca
x. fct pet box or three boxes for M. isiarlrsa
oox. .a pet oox or tbree boxes for Sft.
PU1 Co.. royalty proprietors. Spencer,
Kniac pUl obtained af Otto Kodeat.
Jt La aad. juu Co Oavaanori
Oavaanors, aasf at ail
THE HOLINE WAGON.
Mannlacturers ol FARM, SPRfflO and FREIGHT WAGONS
I A fan and complete Dm -of PLATTOEM aad otaer (tprlag Waroas, ftr aaptes ta la
clcr trade, of raperlor wora&acsb'p aad &ia. liiaetrated Pncc Lsn frs asi
appacatloa. be tat HOLLAS WAUOM bafora parcbaaicg.
CQAS. W. TEREURT. Manajer.
Agency for Excelsior IRoofinp Company
-. vV a-j. . . '
CsxiPKR thas f hzsoiju. T. II. ELLIS. Rock Islasd. EL.
Seed for circular, (Te'.eptott 103d; Cor. Foartaents St. aad teooBi Art.
C. J. W. SCHBEINEB,
Contractor and Bu.ild.er,
1L21 aid 113J Foe rth aveaae. Residence 1119 Foarth aveaoc.
Plaar aod s pecitcatiocs f arnfshed on all classes of work ; also treat of WUier's Patent laaida
SLdicg Biiads, rmctnit( new, atjli.b aod desirable.
BOCK ISLASD. ILL.
B. F. DeGEAE,
Contractor and Builder,
Office aad 8top Corner Serententh St
and Seres Hi Artaue,
"Ill kinds of ArCacc wora seciaJtj.
PirsV-claasGrainlnc and Paper Hrf ,
P. O. Bom 72.
GEORGE SCRATEB, Proprietor,
law asoond Aveaae. Coraar of aiitaet-U gtrea OpassUs Earpera Tbaatra.
The choicest Wines, liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Froa Laaca Iwy Dar .... 8mIo4cim rrmaiiadaaaWt Kattca.
DAVIS & CO, '
X complete stock of
Pip, Brass Goods, TackiDg,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sola Afeata for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We rwaraatea every m perfect, aad will read Ct pa.
Tweaij daya Mai. to responsible parUesv
Safety neaUas Doilen and Contncteri for
furnishing and lajiae Water, aad
Rock Ialaad, niinoif .
Telepbase lltt. ReaUescc Telrpama 130.
41ID CSS FITTER.
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Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
CaTBedt work at f ir prices. Ea'in-Atei f aroisbed.
Offlce and shop S19 18th 8t. Telephone 1183.
Rock Island, HI.
Goods received by
CALL AND IXAMCfK.
PUns aad estiavatea for an klcdj of bslaxa
Shoo Poartk Ava. awL Kit aad 14 ftta.