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IRELAND A NATION.
parnell's Object Stated by His
I70EDS THAT HEA!J HTDEPZIT DEJ CE.
The ritiou of an American St:ite
Spurned by I'nited Ireland A. KHtcrct-
tinii of tlie Autod Cincinnati Speech
Arr1illn1p Walsh Has a "Oo" at Tim
Harrington An Kusrllait Koman Catho
lic Order Loses a IU5 hum of Money in
Lovi'ON, Feb. 7. Great curiosity eUs
.is to the promised revel ition of the renlt
.unveil ut through tut H jul.iio cou Vi-
er.c?. lt:i sides claim that thev hive
won a substantial victory. In this nn-
utioii an article appearing ia TJuited re-
i;i:ii, now i'jtrneH s persomil organ, is
,i!ii!icjint. Itask: "Is a mere parlia
ment uu.'e:ii we are aiming at, the
cr iivi.m t s aspirations? is tins theth n?
f,.r which wa have striven so loni; and so
liitterly ? Is nu assembly with a prime
minister, a mace and a sergreant-at-a run
to satisfy the yearning and louiui? Irish
heart? o, fellow countrymen, we are
stnisliiii? to make Ir-land a nation.
Kven Jersey Has a Parliament.
"Has not New Jersey a parliament aid a
fimstitutiou? Has she not command ovsr
tier own judges, her own police, her own
revenue and her own industrial resou -ret ?
n iy, oyer her own state militia! And yet.
who thinks of New Jersey as a nation' Is
nothing more than a native legislature
neaded? Uivo Ireland the best
parliament you can imagine one that
would plant the peasant firmly on the
soil, develop the resources of the country,
drain its rivers and make the land blos
som like a garden, but at the same time,
would encourage English ways an I form
our morals and manners after the English
standard: why 'twould be a thousand
times better that we remained forever as
wo are than that this should come to
Condemning O'Brien' Conduct.
Judging from present appearances, the
meeting of anti-I'amellites on Thu rsday
is likely to cause some surprise. Must of
the member who left committee room No.
15 with Justin McCarthy are loud in their
expressions of disgust at the Boulogne
parleying, and O'Brien's conduct is con
demned in outspoken terms. Any pro
posals emanating from him which involve
McCarthy's retirement from power a any
time, however remote, will be strenu msly
opposed by the majority, with Ilea ly at
What Gladstone Will Io.
It is understood that Gladstone will
avoid making a direct reply to the demand
of Parnell for assurances as to Irish home
rule, by giving a statement of his inten
tions to he public. He will concede, it is
believed, nearly everything asked for ex
cept the surrender by the imperial parlia
ment of the right of veto.
A NUNNERY SCANDAL.
How It Is Alleged That a Convent Got
Hold or a Big Fortune.
London", Jan. 7. A jury in the probate
court has just set aside a will in which the
testatrix, Miss Sarah Hampson, a maiden
lady who died a few months ago wit.hin a
few days of her 80th birthday, left her en
tire fortune, aggregating over SCi.OOO, to
the Benedictine crder. From the evi
dence it was developed that the old lady,
who atone time traveled extensively in
the United States and staid several
months at a time in New York, resided
next door to the god vent of St. I'aul in
Liverpool, and in that way lecaine ac
quainted with the nuns. One night ntxiut
nine years ago two masons employed for
the purpn-e tore down a portion of the
wall of one of the rooms of the convent
connecting with the residence and boldly
carried the old lady into the institution.
Kept a fraction! Prisoner.
There she was kept, to all intends and
purposes, until released last yiar by
death. Justice Brett, who presided over
the trial, which has occupied a wek, im
pressed upon the jury that painful as it
might be they could not come to a con
clusion against the will without con
victing the nuns of immoral a id im
proper conduct in getting the will
executed under improper influences,
and then appearing in thi- wit-'
ness box to support it by evidence that
was not true. The court ruled that the
estate should go to the surviving relatives
some of whom reside in the United States!
Walsh Jumps on Harrington.
Dublin, Feb. 7. Archbishop Widsh has
addressed a circular to the Koman Catho
lic clergy of his arch-diocese. He accuses
Timothy Harrington of taking a mean ad
vantage of his ollice as secretary of the
National Ijeague to sustain Parn-ll, who
has been emphatically repudiated by the
clergy and a majority of the people, and
he advises the clerical members of the
League to combat the packing of that
body in the interest of Parnell. and not to
join in the trickery of Parnell's support
ers. THE MOLLIE MAGU1RE AGAIN.
A Warned Man Treated to a Volley of
Girakdyille, Pa., Feb. 7. For several
weeks past a number of mine bosses and
prominent citizens have received anony
mous communications decorated with a
coffin, cross-bones, and a skull, similar to
those received during the reign of the
Molly Maguires. Little or no utlention
has been paid to these missives, but Thurs
day night, as John Williams, who had
been notified, was on his way iron Kaven
Run to Shenandoah several masked men
waylaid him, and amid a volley of bullets
his horse succeeded in carry nig h m safely
over the mountains in the darkness. Oth
ers who have received like notices are fear
ful of meeting a like or even wore fate.
Look Out for thi. W'oiiiaa.
Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 7. Mrs. Em maGray,
the prep xvsisiiig womaa wh claimed
to be a dmu-.-cer of Congressman Ilolman,
of Indiaurt. i.iid, it is alleged, surety fully
worked bsv -r..l iiK-mlier of too legislature
and proniiii.'iit. vi-itoas out o' u-jsit sums;
is said to ti ive ioit for S.-r V'or.;, having
cuguitvd Wrtns irom Portia.i 1 direct to
Chicago. Sae is rather tall, lias orown
eyes, and is of a graceful carriugv.
'ew Hospital Opened.
Mnnrni.v. Mo. Feb. 7. The new Wa
bash hoswital at this city ww oiened
Thursday night wif.h a reception and
banmtet. 1 ha hospital is hr stories
high and 9tt feet by 206 feet in di neosiona.
The cost is about $100,000.
A LIVE STOCK INQUIRY.
Tbo Chicago Exchange To Be Inve.tlyated
oy ttie llllaols Legislature.
Springfield, Ills.. Feb. 7 The
yesterday adopted the house ioint reanln.
tion for investigating the Chicago Liva
Dtoct lchange. Bills were introduced:
Requiring fire insurance companies to pay
the full face of their policies; providing
for participation ia the Chicago World's
In the house bills wern intrmln,!. T
authorize manufacturing corporations to
hold railway shocks; to regulate the use of
streets, etc., by railway comnanies- tn
prohibit "fakirs" and Bellers of tAiiirlpfnsir.
from selling their wares nt or near old
settlers or camp meetings; to require rail
way trains to stop at any station to take
on or let o!T officers or lei'islntnrs nn miK.
lie duty. The rest of the day was taken
up without action on the bill to elect rail
way commissioners by popular vote.
Still No Senator Klected.
Every member was iu his place when the
joint senatorial session opened. Four un
fruitful ballots were taken, when the F.
M. B. A. men voted with the Republicans
and adjourned the session. Carter Harri
son's reported declaration that Palmer
ihoald withdraw after a reasonable time,
was the talk of the day, and Democrats
were indignant about it. It is asserted
ihat Morrison has been misrepresented in
the matter of his alleged letter, and that
pe did not say that Palmer ought to with
draw, but that the Democrats should Btick
to him as long as possible.
The Wisconsin Legislature.
Madison, Wis., Feb. 7. In the assembly
yesterday bills came in requiring all fire
insurance policies to be identical in form;
requiring deaf mutes and blind children
to be educated at the public expense when
the parents are unable to furnish an
education; requiring licenses to sell liquor
to be granted to pharmacists on applica
tion; reducing the rate of interest on tax
roll certificates from 25 to VI per cent; for
bidding any other than a physician from
selling intoxicating patent medicines, and
authorizing sheriffs to offer $100 for the
capture of horse thieves. Both houses
voted to receive no new business after
Feb. 17, and then adjourned till Feb. 10.
In the senate a World's fair bill was in
troduced appropriating $25'J,0iX.
More Michigan Investigations.
Lansing, Mich., Feb. 7. The state board
of corrections and charities has called
Governor's Winan's attention to the Nel
lie Griflin murder case, and asks that an
investigation be made. The board notified
him that at the industrial school for girls
at Adrian the law regarding the adoption
of children has been violated in the same
manner as in the Griffin case, and sug
gested that an investigation of both insti
tutions be made. The present law requires
the county agents to visit adopted chil
dren only when directed by the superin
tendent of the institution from which the
children are sent. The board will ask the
legislature to so amend the law as to re
quire the county agents to visit each child
at least once a year.
Colorado Statesmen Itreak Loose Again.
Dekver, Colo., Feb. 7. There was an
other storm in the house of representa
tives yesterday. It criginated with a per
sonal debate between Hanna and O'Ma
honey, in the course of which Hanna
stated that O'Mahoney only attacked the
absent, which was the act of a coward.
O'Mahoney replied, calling Hanna a liar,
blackguard, and coward, and stating that
he was ready to meet him on any field.
Friends interfered to prevent a collision
between the two, but it is thought that
trouble will ensue between theui.
Lansing, Mich., Feb. 7. Corporations
of all kinds are receiving much attention
from the present legislature. Among the
latest to be affected is the Michigan Bell
Telephone company, a bill having been in
troduced yesterday to reduce the charge
for state Hue service from 25 to 15 cents,
and fixing the annual rent of instruments
at a sum not to exceed !0. A bill was
also introduced which seeks to regulate
the charges of transportation companies.
BARELY AVERTED A DISASTER.
A Cool Chicago Street Car Conductor
Prevent a Terrible Collision.
Chicago, Feb. 7. A collision between a
street car aud a pa senger train on the
Grand Trunk railroad was barely averted
last evening through the coolness of the
conductor of the street car. As an Archer
avenue car approached the crossing of the
Grand Trunk road, the flagman stationed
there signaled to the driver to go ahead.
The conductor of the car, however, noticed
a passenger train coming around a curve
a short distance away at a high rate of
speed. Hastily signaling to the driver to
stop the conductor ran along the track
waving his hands and succeeded in at
tracting the attention of the engineer and
stopping the train when it was not more
than two feet from the car. In the rush
of panic stricken passengers from the car,
Joseph I Ian Ion was severely cut and
bruised about the head, and Mm. A.
Killian had her right leg broken near the
ankle and was otherwise injured.
THEY WILL THAW DYNAMITE.
And ItUegnlarly Provides a List of Man
New Haven, Conn., Feb. 7. Yesterday
a gang of stone blasters employed on the
New York and New Haven railroad placed
a piece of dynamite on the forge in their
shanty to thaw out while they ate their
dinner. Shortly after there was a tre
mendous explosion which shattered the
shanty and injured all of the men. The
foreman, C. L. Barbour, of Colchester,
will lose the sight of both eyes and is bad
ly cut about the head. He may die.
l our Other Hen Hurt.
Charles Kelly, of Willimantic, was badly
injured alut the face and head. Daniel
Sullivan, of Willimantic. was slightly in
jured. "John Sullivan No. 2" (so called),
of Willimantic, was badly injured about
the head, and will probably lose one eye.
"John Sullivau No. 3" (so called), of Willi
niantic, was also badly braised about the
fHe and shoulders. All of the men were
dei fe ted by the explosion.
A World's Fair Contract Let.
Chicago, Feb. 7. The cou tract for fill
ing Jacksoi: park and putting it in shape
for the buildings of the Columbian expo
sition w.i-s ye.t.Tday awarded to Mc
Arthur livm , or this city. They are to re
The K:il.nuaio Asylum Accident.
Kalamazjo. Mich., Feb 7. The coro
ner's verdict in the asylum oii-e recom
mends the discharge of the attendant who
is responsible fur Mrs. Burta's death, on
the ground of gross carelessue-sa.
The old military quarters at Fort Snell
ing, near St. Paul, were destroyed by fir
A Ore at Caledonia, Livingston county,
N. Y., Friday, destroyed property valued
Samuel Com pers, head of the Federation
of Labor, has started on a long eight-hour
It has been discovered that the Belgian
army is largely infected with Socialism,
aud great excitement prevails.
An avalanche buried twenty -two wood
cutters working on a mountain side in the
province of Glartis. Switzerland.
A fire in the sod i works of Church &
Co., at Green Point, L. I., Thursday did
damage to t ho amount of fJOO.utO.
The treasury department Friday pur
chased 57.000 ounces of silver at prices
ranging from L017 to $1,022 per ounce.
Several hundred people were killed la
the recent uprising in Chili, which was
caused by the insubordination of the sol
diers. The new smokeless gunpowder factery
at Spandau, Germany, has received orders
to work day and night until further
The overdue National line steamer Den
mark, which sailed from London Jan. 15,
and concerning which some anxiety has
been felt, has reached New York.
J. W. Toombs, agent of the Goodrich
company at Manitowoc, Wis., hanged
himself Thursday owing to fear that hia
age would soon cause his dismissal from
The headless body of a nude man, with
the exception of a stocking and shoe on
the left leg, was found floating at hich
tide at the foot of Laight street, Nov.
Pools of blood were found on the dining
room floor in the residence of the Rev. Dr.
Sunderland at Washington City, and as
no one of the family had been hurt the
police are puzzled over the mystery.
Five hundred employes of the Illinois
Steel company at Chicago are on a strike
f jr higher wages and for the discharge of
an obnoxious foreman. The works are
still running, although short of hands.
By an explosion of giant powder in the
Wiertty tunnel at Kokomo, Colo., Thurs
day, William Young and John Anderson
were blown to atoms and John Johnson,
JohiMclieod, and Will Crane terribly in
jured. Governor Boyd delivered l,ismei.sa;
tithe Nebraska legislature Friday, to
that his excellancy has at last been
recognized by the lawmaking power of
the state as he has all along been recog
nized by almost everybody else.
There Are Koine Dastard iu Iowa.
Burlington, Ia., Feb. 7. Because Miss
Mary Shone, of Worthingtou, Li., is a
brave little school teacher, and soundly
thrashed a big bully who would not mind
her at her school, near there, several
weeks ago, she Is persecuted by all sorts
of petty annoyances. Notes warning her
to give up the school or threatening to
blow up the building were received. The
other morning the school stove was blown
up. The brave girl still holds the fort,
however, and now the young men of tha
plare have come to her aid and threaten
to lynch the first person caught annoying
Fariiinr and Laborers I'nlte.
Srr.INC.y:KLl, 111., Feb. 7. The executive
committee of the conference of farm
ers' and labt-r.Ts' organizations was in ses
sion again last night. The organization
has been strengthened by the Federation
of Labor and the United Mine Workers of
America. Political matters were consid
ered to some extent and it was determined
tint t!:e various organizations represented
should work through the old parties, de
manding reco-nition according to their
The Itold Train Robber Agnin.
Fhksno, Cala., Fib. 7. The Ios An
g les pasenger traiu which left San
Francisco yesterday was Mp;ed one mile
South of Alihi last night by three or four
train robbers, who had previously boarded
the train nt Delano. Fireman RadclitTe
aid an express messenger wen shot, but
n it seriously injured. The train was de
layed forty minutes. It is stated tln.t the
roblTs did not succeed in getting any
thing. China Want to ltorrow Mirer.
IjOSDos, Feb 7. China is trying to
raise a loan of 7,)0.0iX) of silver at U5, in
terest at il per cent.
I lie Weather We May Kxpect.
. Washington City. Feb. ".The following
are tlio weather indication for thirty-nix hours
from H p. m. yewtrday: For Iowa Warmer,
air weather, ex-ept stationary temperature in
southeast jorfon; variable winds. For Indi
ana ami Illinois Threatening weather aud
rain, exwpt fair in extreme northern Illinois
daring Saturday ; southerly winds, becoming
Variable.: cooler by Kunday morula . For
Lower Michigan Fair weathnr, except local
rains ia cxtrome southeast portion: variabln
wimU; stationary temp. rature. For lprr
Michigan and Wisconsin - Warmer, fair
weather; variable winds.
Chicaoo. Feb. 4.
The quotations on the board of trade to-day
were as fu lows: Wheat No. 2 February,
opened KlTc, t-Unted KV;; May, !'(,'. closed
9-o; July, oiened Ui'-jc, clonod VV;. Corn No.
2 February, opened MMto closed SH4C; May,
opened Mz, ctom-d Kic: July, opened KPr,
cioeed fktl.v. Outs No. 2 May. ojiened 46H.O,
closed 4j'-4v. June, opened 4V, cloned 4tic; July,
opened 440, clneed 4.1c Pork February,
opened and cioHod JO 03; March, opennd S9.77V
closed i.7!i: May. opened 810 M, closed S10.0TH
Lard February, opened $5.72l, cluaed
Live stock Following were the prios at
the Union Stock yards: Hogs Market opened
rather active; light lots steady; other grados 5a.
lower; light grades, i.!)i.i.7U; rough packing,
HCVrf.t.Vi; mixed. tl.&Xj3.7l); heavy packing
and shir pin lota. l.(&i.75; pigs. fcS.TurS&Sil.
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, 23o;
dairies, finest, freeh, lSgSfc:; packing stock, 10
46 Uc EK -Freeh candled, fe per doa,
LresMHi i.rtiltry Chicen-s, hijjc per lb
du-.ks, g-Hc; turkeys. lUUte; geom, oTtHe.
Fotatowi- White Hose. 9o-y5c per bu: Red
Rose. Hx-; Hebron, WWiSBc; Peerless, roSOc;
Burbaa. '. 85c. bweet potatoes Jerseys.
$:L7.) . 4.0) per bbl; Illinois. 1 dUr,M.au Apples
Owking. S-MKiA W per bbl; eaUnjf, KIW.OO;
Michig.B. choice. &i.?5t,4.UU.
CattleBeef steers, 3.(SUr35.a; stockers and
feeders. v;.T; cows and bulls, S2,kl3
3.0U; calves. i;...r j!i.7S. Samp Trade at-tivs,
Jfsw York. Feb. 0.
Wheat Xo 2 red winter cash, td.litt; March,
JLIts; May. Sl.tiTU; July, ti l l' C.ra-Ka
S mixed each. 0 c: March, 6ic; May. &'Tc. Oats
Quiet Lut steady; No. 2 mixed cash. fta4c;
May. 5!-,C. Bariey Nominal. liye Nominal.
lork lull; mess, $iasr,ll.;.i for new. Lard
Quiet: March, LT. May, So 29.
UveS; .-k: Catlle -Tra-Jiajr dull and slow
at a Ue J. n i of l ie. ft 1J.) ttm: purest to U-st na
tive aed s, 4 Jl U fcs; bulls and dry
cows, ci-i' t-1'. Sheep aud Lamtia-Hbe' p
ruled da.l. lamjs. steady; she?, 4.o.$a i y
UJU LtU.. $O.Uk 7. 10. Hug N.mlnwjy
fteady. ue Uos. i.4iiv4.UJ f luu U
of confidence in it the manu
facturers of Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. It's a faith
that means business, too it's
backed up by money. This
is what they offer: $500 re
ward for a case of Catarrh
which they cannot cure. They
mean it. They're willing to
take the risk they know their
medicine. By its mild, sooth
ing, cleansing and healing
properties, it produces per
fect and permanent cures of
the worst cases of chronic Ca
tarrh in the Head. It's doing
it every day, where everything
else has failed. No matter
how bad your case, or of how
long standing, you can be
cured. You're sure of that
or of $500. You can't have
both, but you'll have one or
DUfOWllU.j Chicago His. iC.'2rk8t.
-PHYSICIAN AKO SUF.CE0S
Is stJll TroaSnr; ;ih le Gta'ert
SKILL and SUCCESS
(Mc, toons ana Fri?s!3 Eiseases.
s-NERVOU3 DEBILITY, La Man.
hood, Failing Memory, Ertiaustir.g Drains,
Terrible Dreams. Head and Back Ache i.nd ail
the effects leading to esrly decay and pethp Con
sumption or Insanity, treated scicnutica!!) by new
siflhoos with never-tiling success.
-SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin
Diseases permanently cured.
"-KIDNEY snd V R I N A R Y ccnUints.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele soa
all diseases of the Genito-L'nnary Orpns cured
prompt fry without injury to Stomach, Kulneys or
aNo experiments. Are and evperfene
important. Consultation free and sacred.
"All correspondence is sarredly nvare
Forty Years' Practice r-r.ahte !r. ClarkV " Ciar
antee Cures in nil Curable Ca rf Erpma.
Hernials. Syphilis. RladuVr sni KiJ- lia.
ras. I rarorrhipa asrl Krmalr Trnal.lr.'l.!Ter
(ompUist. ( atarrh, all Ulool, skis and .Ner
No under who has file.l to n:r- ra v wrifa
Dr. Clarke a full history of ynvr rase. Hunrt,
b to 8; Sundays. 9 to 12. Call on or ad !rc
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHICAGO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
rVisi Bwli al UYHUm-nt cn l hud I.ir reason
X b1 pnrsnol The l"crs i hi-mint I c.. pr
yl i psrfd from tlir pn-smptmns of r. Will
r m 'nphuantif wnrld-WHlPrppnte?
nuurntuc irm minal
and NtTTittM m-iuin.
Wetuorr. IVh: wxlt-rH-T. u
nHH cwif iniii- nnmiviiruincrrillNi-l; aiMI
UI0DLE-J16E0 MEN InadTatm'f thfiryr.K id-
ncy and hiaddcr tmublon. etc., will Hod out Moihod
if Treatment a Salo. Vrtaln and Sw-jtr Cl'ltK.
PUIUItl PiSTllirC r:perwoc.pr..e.iiualn.
Wkninnb nmiLULa, u-rnal unltcim will
no nasiris'in special auiatnn to uma
iluvwi-i f r dm j years, pn-mtm Semi
nal lastlllea wbK-b act directlr nnaia iht
dtsenw-d onrans,afMl reaiore iar beuer
than hlimsrh MedK-tneo. as tl.-T are not
chanced P jtbe saatnc J aire snd req a ire no
HOME TREATMENT 1
roMina from CUUil ItjTO. o--4 miib an-
Willlama pnvatA practice. ;iTe ihrm a trial.
PPPIPIf Mn fit fnrUieKidneraajtdHlattderrareS
JI Lull lb HUiOI rerenlrsseti In one to fonr days
UTERINE EUTROPHIC $Zl"Zr(
OOllilulUng others. Addre-e
THE PCRU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 WaawsiN Stieet, uaWAUKU, VOL
a a a a ar- m m . an saak &
Vm 7?ssee. Tsfr'a .m tf.
m asw.iH.tf, m. vwc -4,o
500 Face Bask oa Treataaent af Aaiaaals
aad Chart Beit Free.
A.A.lHpisal nesiacitla. Milk frtrrr.
H. H. traiaa, Lsmrirw, Kbeaaaatlam.
CC-lleiKr. Nasal Dlachars-es.
D. P. Ho la sr Oriks, Wars a.
K.K. aasha. II eaves, PsesBaale.
K.F. -olic mr irire. Bellrtu-ke.
;...iMiiM-arrae, llrmariiiaf rs.
rissry aaal Kidaey IHwaaes.
I. I.ErsptiTe Iirai-e- Mure
J.K.IJiassCB sf i is rail a a, Faralyaia.
Single Bottle (over SO doses - . ,Q
(stable Casts with Kperfflea. tfantnU.
Veterinary Cure Oil and KedJcatur, (T.OO
Jar Veterlaary CarsOiU . l.tv
Sold by Dmitri rts; or Sent Prepaid asrsrbsrs
and la say qaaauty ea Bsoaipt of Fmos.
HTJM PHHET8 MEDICIBE OO,
Oorasr WiUiam and Joaa 6ul, Vrw York.
specirc rio.fi o
IA MM 3D WMht. TKa mW ' - -- m
Ktjrcas Debility, Vital Weakness,
sad Prostration, frota ua-nMfc or sumt xmnmZ
jTJV " aadlarsassal isawOar. Jar
T IWKKiTs, nr sent paarpaJd aa rsea&ia
of prtv-UPHlUTr MEDicrat CO.
Oor. WiUiam and Joaa tta, V. T.
' I We srs tha atantrfacturara
Oo not fail to get aa Dfsate Before Contract atg.
104-104 Franklin-St. Chioatso.
The Great French Remedy
and Blonthl IrrevnlarltiM
Ladles Lee Le Iuc Periodical ML of Parts,
France ; (rosrsateed to accomplish all that bt
claimed for them. Tob sued monthly tortronMs
Kcnlisr to women Fall directtons with each
s. 'l per box or three toxra for li. Amartcaa
Ml Co.. royalty proprietors, (ipenesr. Iowa. Tna
renolaspiU obtained of urto Kndert, tUastre,
Rock lalaad. Jappc Oo Dafssport, sea of aU
THE MOLENE WAGON.
n rTffii iimii tiiff n nmn
Jf tf"l JJ&'C- - 'J- e-J
7 Zx'ri- f-ele ftls-r" -4 - M W
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall ard complete line of PLATFORM sad other Sortaf Warooa. eswsscSany adapts, to the
n esters trade. of eaperior workmanship sad tnieh Iilaemoed price Lil free oa
kpplcaMss. See the MUUKk WAGON before ptircLatx.
CHAS. W. TERBUHY, Mnaajr.
Agency forif Excelsiorl iRoofing Company
Chxapu thah 8hi50lx.
Bead for circalar. (Telepboae
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
list std 1131 Posrth area sc. Ertidrsce 1111 Foarth aveaae.
Plan sad speciscatior, fornf.hed oa ell classes of work : alas treat of WOr's Palest tasia
fclidH Bllcdj. Bnacthirg acw, etyluh aid desirable. .
COCK ISLASD. I IX.
B. P. DeGEAE,
Contractor and. Builder,
Offlc aad Bhop Corner 6ereatma Bl
aad BerrenA ATenna, .
OT"Ail k2a4 of Artss wofk a psdalty.
Plnt-claas Qrainiac aad Paper H"HrjJ
P. O. Boa 672.
GE0EGE SCHAFEB, Proprietor.
U01 Seoaad Aeose. Coracr of aixtawtta Blrse Opposite Harper's Taaatr.
The choicest Wines, Uquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Prse Laaca Krery Day
DAVIS & CO, '
A eotcplete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
8oi Areata for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
We guarantee erery oce perfect, and win sea C pa,
Tweaty days trial, to re possible psrtlee.
Safety Re lie g Boilen And Contiacton for
farnUbing and UjinK Water, and
1712 Pisar Arm..
Rock Ialaad, Elinoif.
Telephone I'.tt. Ees'.decc ivlepboae 100.
IU HAS FfflE
aJCD CXaXKB US
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
sHTBcat irork at fair price. EtUr&atet furnished.
Ofice an I "hop 219 18lb fit. Telepboae 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
Goods received by
CALL AND ZXAVnre.
T. IL ELLIS, Bock Island. EL.
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