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THJbl AKGU8. THUKSDAY. AlMJlL 30. 1891.
8. D. Pace, of Coal Valley, was io the
William Stone, of Carbon Cliff, was
in the city today.
John Haddock and wife, of Cable, vis
ited in the city yesterday.
Rooms for rent orer McGee marble
works, No. 1S02 Second avenue.
Capt. West Rambo and Adolph Stroh
been, of Le Claire, were in the city yes
terday on business.
C, P. Albrecht, of Port Byron, and
Frank Garnett, of Coe, were in the city
today on businecs.
There is to be a sociable at the Broad
way church tomorrow night with supper
from 7:30 to 10.
Call at Adams' Wall Paper Co's art
room. We have a fine selection of etch
ingn and engravings.
Mrs. W. C. Bush who has been visit-"
ing with relatives in this city, returned to
her home in Racine this morning.
Wanted Twenty first class painters.
Come ready for work tomorrow morning.
Adams Wall Paper company. '
Lost or stolen A lady's gold watch;
word ."Euretta" encraved on outside.
Finder return to Aegus office and receive
Why we all meet at Harper houee bil
liard room tonight, is because it is the
only room large enough to hold the crowd
joe uuoers garden on 3loline avenue
will open for the season on Saturday eve
ning next. There will be a grand dance
and music by Bleuei's band.
It is a positive fact and you know it.
that the Adams Wall Paper Co. have the
finest and do work which no other firm
can touch in the three cities.
Charles Read had his right arm bad'.y
lacerated by a saw at the Sechler Car
riage works yesterday afternoon, which
wi!l lay him up for some weeks.
e are requested to say that after the
wrestling match tonight, all will meet
at the Harper house billiard room to talk
the matter over. Bock . Bock,
A sociable will be held at the residence
of H. II. Robb in South Rock Island this
evening for the benefit of the Central
Presbyterian church chapel there.
Mrs. Hattie Matthews and Mrs. .
Naale, who have been visi'.ing for some
time with their parents . Housman aad
wife, returned to their h ome in Chevenne
It is reported on good authority that
the management of Augustana college has
finally determined to widen its usefulness
by adding to its curriculum a complete
aormal course the coming year.
AH persons interested infancy poultry
are requested to mset Saturday evening,
May 2 at the of&oeof P. F. Collor, 209
West Third street Davenport, I to take
steps to hold a poultry show in Daven
port this fail '
A 12-year-old boy named Hansen was
frightfully bitten by a large dog in South
Rock Island early this morning. The
right hip was badly lacerated and Dr.
Kinyon cauterized it to the bone. It is
not known whether the dog was rabid or
cot, or to whom it belongs.
Charles McHugh has an advertisement
elsewhere in The Abgcs to which he in
vites the attention of the public. He
handles the very best grades of bycicles
as will be seen by his card. If yon desire
a bycicle you can do no better than pur
chase from him. Give him a call.
Ed Koho, formerly engaged in the
wholesale liquor business, but who for
iome time has been largely interested in
the brewing business at Chatanooga,
Tenni, has sold out his interests there,
and together with his family arrived in
this eity this morning, and will again
make Rock Island his home.
The board of supervisors adjourned
yesterday afternoon. The wolf bounty
was fixed at 1 5 for old wolves and $2 for
young. It was ordered that all coal sold
to the poor should be weighed at the city
scales. It was decided that physicians
employed to visit prisoners in the county
jail should be paid $1 per visit.
Tuesday being the tenth anniversary
of the marriage of B. Showalter and wife,
about 40 of their friends gathered at their
home on Sixth avenue to help them cel
ebrate the event, by bringing with them
a number of appropriate presents. Re
freshments were served, and the evening
spent in social pastimes, making it an
event long to be remembered.
r rcaenck Wright, a brakeman on the
C, B. & Q. freight train No. 14, which
left here last night for St. Louis, had
three fingers of his left hand caught and
badly crushed while coupling cars at Bar
atow about 9:30 o'clock. He was, im
1 mediately brought to this city where Dr.
Truesdale dressed the injured hand and
found it neetsnry to amputate the three
finders at the middle joint. Mr. Wright
is a young married man residing in Beardi-
town, and has been a brakeman five year?,
this being the first time ha ever was in-
It is quite likely that Rock Island is to
have a new industry, H. C. Schafir ex
superintendent of the Rock Island glass
works and a number of blowers be Eg as
sociated in a move to form a glass com
pany with $25,000, capital to establish a
glass factory, tor which purpose Messrs.
C. J. W. Scbreiner and Geo. M. Roth and
William Roth have offered to don ite 33
acres of land below the lumber yards.
me Aieinooist May festival aegins
Monday, May 4. Supper will be served
each evening at 6 o'clock, and an enter
tainment at 8 p. m. The baby show will
occur on Tuesday afternoon, finishing up
the week's entertainments with a mati
nee at 3 p. m. Saturday. There wi 1 be a
sumptous dinner of chicken pot pie serv
ed at 12 o'clock Wednesday, the price of
which will be 50 cents. Suppers 25
Farmer" Burns arrived ;n the city
last night from his home in Big Rock,
Iowa, so that both men are now cn the
Ground and both feel confident thnt the
other will not be "in it." Comstock has
a number of friends in the lower end of
town who ate backing him, and as I '.urns'
fr'ecds are all staying with hici it is
thought that considerable money will
change hands on the result. Comstock
claims that when he wrestled Bun s at
Cedar Rapids some time ago he wai sick
and was unfit to go into.the matt h, so
that his chance has now arrived for him
to show what kind of a tussle he can give
him when he is in condition, as he now
IT'S QUITE COMMON.
Shipment of European Crimi
nals to This Country.
SOME TACTS FOE CONSIDERATION,
Coal Valley, April 27. Tbe Cable
band was here last Friday and in the eve
ning a grand ball was given them at the
I.O.O. F. hall.
Mrs. Louie Fmc&l, of Cable, is here
visiting her parents.
Ignatz Yager has sold his residence
here to Gnstave Krapp for $280.
Rev. Turhune, a licensuie of McCcrmic
seminary was here on Wednesday. He
preached at the county farm on Sabbath
Miss Irene Peters returned to her school
in Bareau county last Friday.
Miss Lizzie Connor is about t: enagt
the Sharp school in Henry county.
Charles Moeller, of Cable, was htr re
cently. The board of commissioners cf hih
wavs organized by choosing John John
son president and Thomas Paul treasurer.
n imam Adams was appointed overseer
The Rev. W. B. McKee was appointed
ty tee 1'resoyterv a delegate to the :en
eral assembly, which meets at Detroit,
Mich., on the 21st of May.
jonn i. uass nas commenced ma;mg
brick. He is also erecting another kiln
to burn with coal, and will shortly erect a
Agent L udcrwood, of the Davenpsrt
nursery, was here delivering trees on
Friday: also Agent Stoddard, of Mo'.ine.
on tbe same day.
The village election took p'.ace on the
2 1st. i nere was no issue to create lc
terest, but resulted in favor of the fol
lowing perrons: rresu'ent of trustees.
Ivobert Patterson; trustees, Fred F ee
berg.H. Haupt and Max Lyons; clerk Q
B. Krapp; police magistrate, John I at.
ine eiecuon ror scnooi directors on
the ISth was well contested. A full vote
was brought out. John J. Pryce
and If. C. DeWitt were the Candida cs.
Pryce received 62; DeWitt, 42.
jacoo &iaieroisKi nas leased his saloon
building and fixtures to George Soccer
son. to take possession as soon as the new
trustees meet to grant the license.
Farmers are very busy. They hnve
oeen setback witn bad weather, since it
has become fair vegetation seems to hhve
Mrs. Thomas Furgeson, wife of
Thomas Furgeson, living near Crampton
station, Henry, county, died very suddf n
ly at her home yesterday afternoon . 1 be
immediate cause of her death was la gr ps
pe. She was ill but a few hours. She
was over 60 years of age . The mother of
eight children, six girls and two boys. A
native or Scotland, sister to the late Wd
ham Grant and Daniel Grant of Oricn
Three of her daughters are sick and bedfi.st
with la grippe. Mr. F. is an aged m in
ana tnis sanction win tan bard on hna
The deceased was a member of the U.
P. Presbyterian church, and a lady mu:h
respected amongst her neighbors aid
friends. The funeral will take place on
Thursday at 2 o clock p. m. from the rts
ldeoce. 1 he remains will be interred at
the Homestead church cemetery.
The first of May is approaching and
with it comes the world renowned bo k
beer. Mr. Huber has been particularly
successiui in Dre wing the bock tnis seasoi.
&n extra nne product win be oCered to
the beer consumers when the proper tin.e
comes. Julius G. Junge is the sole bot
tier of that famous beer. People will do
well to place their orders soon, as tie
quantity is limited. All orders will te
promptly attended to. Telephone No
Germany and Sultzerlau.l Make a Prac
tice of Send ins Their Had Citizen
Ilere, tloremuieut Paying the Freight,
and Are Surprised Thit We Object
Narrow Escape of the Chilian Presi
dent from Aat!iiaation with All II M
Loxdox, April 3:. A corresponde nt
writing from Hamburg says that much
surprise i expressed there by tbe author
ities of justice at tbe rejection in Amer
ica of an immigrant named Rider, known
to have been guilty of crime ia Germany.
The correspondent says that there is but
little concealment of. the custom in all
the German states, as well as other Euro
pean countries, of shipping incorrigible
criminals to America. In Switzerland
the released convict feigns an agreement
promising not to return to the country.
Although America is not mentioned in
this agreement, nearly all tbe exiled
criminals go to America and land.
Government "Pay the Freight."
The government generally pays the
passage, although some of the money is
contributed by friends. The men are
warned beforehand what to say when they
reach America, and it is said that very
few of them return to Germany, showing
that they have been permitted to laud. Ia
this way the petty states of Germany save
themselves a considerable expeuse for
prison, the convicts who would ctherwiss
prove a prrmaueut charge being reiiularly
drafted oil to the I'cited States.
Another Evil Cuinplaine.l Of.
The same correspondent writes that an
other crying evil in connect iou with emi
gration from Germany is the number of
wives and betrothed women who are de
serted by husbands and lovers among the
emigrants, the extent of this evil, he
declares, can be appreciated only by
minute inquiries among the poorer
class. The husbands or lovers 0 to
America, promising to send for those le:t
behind, and no doubt intending to do;
but they become entangled in other alli
ances after landing, aud finally abandon
hose in Germany altogether. Thousands
of women and children, snys the writer,
are thus deserted.
LEGISLATION FOR ILLINOIS.
Private boarding for respectable young
men at ziv seventeenth street.-
Compulsory Education ind Conspiracy
Law Repeal -Reapportionment.
Springfield, Ills., April 30. Several
new bills were introduced in the senate
yesterday, and then tbe compulsory edu
cation bill came up on special order. The
pending question was Berry's motion to
reconsider the vote by which Newell's bill
was tabled. Fuller moved to table the
motion to reconsider, and it was carried,
leaving all the bills tabled except Berry's,
which provides that reading, writing, and
United States history must be taught in
English. Tbe bill providing that chattel
mortgages shall not apply t3 purchase
money was passed, as were the joint reso
lution providing that more than one con
stitutional amendment may be submitted
to the people at one election, the bill al
lowing women to vote at school elections,
the bill increasing the mine inspection
districts to six, and one or two others.
The Merrltt Conspiracy Law.
In the house the rules were suspended
and the Merritt conspiracy law repeal
bill was ordered to third reading. The
opinion was expressed during the debate
by the opponents of repeal that the pas
sage of the bill would also repeal the
common law. The appropriation of $21,
0CO for brick machines, etc., to keep the
convicts employed was passed, as was
the bill to protect labor unions in their
labels and trademarks.
The Reapportionment Matter.
Democrats caucused last night at the
St. Nicholas on senatorial reapportion
nient. "o definite plan was agreed upon,
and it is doubtful if one will be at this
this session. However, a plan was sub
mitted in which many changes were
noted, and tbe matter was. talked over
without action. The scheme makes
thirty-six senatorial districts, twenty of
which are Democratic and sixteen lleiiub-
lican, outside of Chicago, upou whio h the
sub-committee did not touch.
VISITED STANFORD'S DOMAIN.
THE ASSASSIN IN CHiLl.
lie Tries to "Remove i'resitlent llalaia-
ceda, hut Fails.
Valpakai-h, April 3j. President Bal
laceda, of Chili, escaped death by ass.is-
sanation yesterday as by a miracle, lis
and his family were seated in a parl .r of
the i -residential mansion, when a lytia-
mile bomb was thrown into on. ct tl.e
rooms through a window. The bomb ex
ploded and did much damage to the room
and furnishings, but no one in the palace
No C kie to the lvnami turd.
The mot intense excitement was caused
by the attempted :is.i.i nation, and the
streets in the viciuitv of tiie palace have
been crowded with excited multitudes
since the occurrence. There is no clue to
the perpetrator cf the outrage, but the
authorities are using every effort to estab
lish hi-, identity and capture hiiu.
THE PITH OF THE ENCYCLICAL.
Tope too XII Proposes to Guide the De
velopment of beraof mry.
Rome, April CO. In :.n interview with a
pre-.s representative and a prominent Uii;
uitary of the Iioman Catholic church re
garding the forthcoming papal encyclical
on the social question, the dignitary was
asked: "What is the supreme inspira
tion ol the document?''
"To put Catholicism doctrinally and in
tellectually at the head of the social
movement. Leo XIII. is convinced that
the democracy of America, imported
under other forms, will be the mold by
which the future society and politics of
Europe will be fashioned. The democ
racy, tbe people, will become the prepon
derating power, and the papacy should
constitute itself the guide of this ideal
and this new social development.
1-atal Mine Accident in Germany.
Loxdox, April SO. A serious colliery
accident is reported from Munster, Ger
many. Fire damp caused an explosion in
a coal mine at a time when it was .filled
with workers. Five men were killed, sev
eral seriously injured, and twenty remain
entombed by tbe falling debris, though it
is said there is every hope of rescuing
The President Looks Over Palo Alto aud
the l uiverslty.
Sax Fr.ANClsco, Aptii 33. The president
and party were domiciled last night at
Monterey. At 0 o'clock yesteruay morning
they started for Senator Stanford's Palo
Alto stock farm. At San Mateo and Ked
wood City short stops were made and the
president spoke briefly. At 10 o'clock
Menlo Park was reached, where the pres
ident was met. at the station by Senator
aud Mrs. Stanford, Senator Felton, Gov
ernor and Mrs. Markhani and a party of
friends. The party then visited the Palo
Alto stock farm and the Stanford uni
versity buildings. The senator's stock
was inspected by the visitors aud trotting
exhibitions were given by blooaea horses.
Planted Some liis Trees.
The president and Mrs. Harrison planted
trees of the gigantic species. At 2:30 p.
in. the party took the train for San Joe,
arriving thero at 4:3J p. m. After a short
stay the trip was re-uiiied to Monterey,
which was reached at T o'clock. The. party
proceeded to the Hotel lielmonte, where,
after supper, they retired for tl.e niht.
It is probable that Governor Markhani
and stall will accompany the party to
Pennoyer's TVtegratn to the President.
Sav Feaxcisco. April 30. The follow
ing telegram from Governor Penncyer, of
Oregon, has been received by President
Ilarrisou: "I sincerely regret to learn of
the accident to your sinter, and as mu
cerely hope it will not result seriously. I
am confident I express the unanimous sen
timent of the people of Oregon whea I as
sure you of the earnest wi-h that no uti-toward-event
will prevent your proposed
! vi-:t to our state.
Fine machinist's tools at Koch'.
A few boarders wanted at 806 Nine
teenth street. .
AVI kinds of musical merchandize at
House!, Woodya & CoV.
The very latest ia sheet music at
Ilousel, Wood j at & Co's.
Wanted at once three eood coat makers.
Rogers the tailor, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand at Krell &
Math's. Remember and try a disb.
Sure cure for dyspepsia, chewing gum.
All the test brands at Erell & Math's.
Attend the Davenport-Aurora tries of
ball games Thursday, Friday and Satur
Championship games at Davenport
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Daven
port vs. Aurora.
Wanted at once. Five or six carpen
ters. Would prefer union men. Stivers
Butter cups put up in half and one
pound air tight jars, smaller amount
loose, at Krell & Math's.
The Davenport and Aurora clubs, of
the Inter State league, open at Divcn
port Thursday for three games.
Davenport won both Sundav's and
yesterday's games frcm Cedar Ripids.
Harry Sage caught yesterday .
No April fool joke hut a fact, that
the Crown dining room selves a better
meal for 25 cents than any other place
in the city.
Ah hah! The latest; we have them,
mint glaces. They cont-ist of extra See
cream and flavored (strongly of mint.
Krell & Math always have the latest for
J. J. Lerch, the well known painter,
paper hanger, grainer, kalsominer, etc..
is prepared to do all kinds of work in his
line in ttrst class manner, shop
309 Eighteenth street.
The new music firm of Ilousel. Wood-
vat &Co. are exclusive agents for tbe
Decker Bros.. Weber, Estey, Wheelcck
Stuvvcsant, Camp & Co's. Sterling and
Arion-pianof ; tbe Estey, Farrand & Vo
tey and Western Cottage organs.
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in urti Xlliy XifiT,
far. . WinsttninV rw.fl,;
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hfen nppd h millinna f - P ti
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their children ' whils teethino r.
burbed at night and broken ofn.
by a sick chud suffering and erring
nain tt rnttino- tAotli aonrl - V
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uinue u; uirr. lDS!0Wg fcno'
lieve tbe poor little euffereMmmeaivj
isrpcuu upuu iv, tuuLuers, lutreisno
take about it. It cures diarrhoea .
lates the stomach and bowels, curl. J
colic, softens the gums. reduc:sinfl J
lion ana gives tone ana euerr-v i7
whole system, "Mrs Winslow
Q-nin'1 f ftMMran fa.l!-!
to. the taste and is the prescription
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buu uuraes m iue uuucu ctatr-a Sn'j
all druggists throughout the world. Pril
lmdn.Aa Mints n K -. I T . ' I
.wcmj-uTt w"c. ie surp 1.1
ask for M Mrs. Winelow's Soothin
A Vat 1 Ural- 7 ..- n .
ine aicuonery says, "a jalsam ii I
tuifjrs, iiuic, aiuuiftuu euusiaace U0W
f mm (paaa TTonin1, ti 1 1 ... t -
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luruai ami luua is iue univ C0U"h wl
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ciue IUB.I. is s. ich.1 uaieaui. nan :.
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waicrj tuugu icmcu itm are r : leu balju
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uiu 8ucu are uui. ikik lur f..
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ui Lvcuili I uaiawu duu uii-ici; w u ai 1 p;, I
tnicK preparation it is. it coti
use nemp s ua:sam. At ai; drugijaj I
Liarge ootues oucanac:.
Do Yon Conghl
Don'tdelay. Take Kemp's Balsam, (J
oest cougu cure., it will cure trrl
cougus buu coius. ii wiu cure pi'.nj ;
t K a flkitet T sn ..... : a
oroncLius ana an Diseases ptrtaiaic
the lungs because it is a pure baistc.1
uold it to the light and seehowcleuitl
thick it is. lou will see the excel!!
effect after taking the first dose. Li.-. I
ootues 50c and fl.
We have sold Eiy's Cream Ba'.ni ab:.
three years, aud have recommended r
use in more man a hundred special cfcl
of catarrh. The unanimous answer,
our inquiries is. -u s iue best reacc
that lever used." Our experience isthl
woere parties coaunuea lis use, it nerrl
fails fo cure. J. II. Montgomery i M
druggists, Decorah, In.
GLEMANN & SALZMAM
ABE NOW 6HOWINO
Three Times as Large a Stcck of
As any other elmi'.ar esrablishincnt in the e!ty.
LEMANN & SALZ
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Iaac Smith Escapes the Gallows.
COLUMBUS, O., April 30. Governor
Campbell yesterday commuted to life im
prisonment the death sentence of Isaac
Smith, the Pike county man convicted of
killing his cousin, Stephen Skidmore, in
13:3. The first date for Smith's execu
tion was Aucust 33, IS-?., and sine: then
he has been granted eight respites by
Governors Foraker and Campbell. Newly
discovered evidence is the basis of the
commutation, but in his official state
ment Governor Campbell expresses the
conviction that he is either entirely inno
cent or guilty of foul murder.
Showed How It Could Be Done.
Mahios, Ind., April 30. Prisoners con
fined in the Marion jail attached hose to
the natural gas pipe and projected a
flame against tbe inner side of the outer
wall, and beating the stone red hot, cold
water was applied, and huge slices were
peeled oil uotil the wall was breached.
Then they reported progress to the sheriff.
None of them wanted to escape, and they
explained that the mischief was done to
show the authorities how easily one could
Ives a Billiard Champion.
CmCAGO, April 30. The billiard match
for the "-short-stop" championship, the
$500 stakes, the gate receipts, and the em
blem, between Engeue Carter and Na
poleon Ives, as played in the Central
Music hall last night, ana resulted in a
victory for Ives, after a warm contest, by
a score of 500 to 4 S.
A Bay City Bank Change Its Name.
Washixgtos Citt, April 30. Comp
troller Lacey is advised that the title of
the Bay National bank, of Bay City, Mich.,
has been changed to the First National
bank of Bay City. The Merchants' Na
tional bank of Ashland. Ky., capital f 100.
000, has been authorized to begin oust
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DESTRUCTIVE TIMBER FIRES.
eveiii TMi'es vl ew Jersev Ilnrueil Over
Citizen tightini; the I lames.
Tr.HSTON", X. J.. April 3J. A special to
The t-tate G.izette from Point Pleasant
says that much property aud timber have
been destroyed in that region by fire. The
fire began iu a bam at Herbert. svi lie and
spread northwesterlj over seven mile of
country, eating up li.OOJ acres of tiiubc-r
in its progress. A number of cranbsrry
bogs, barns and outbuildings were also
destroyed. The citizens of Tom's river
and Point Pleasant are fi'hting the
flames. Herbertsville is penned in by
fire. West Point Pleasant and Tom's
River are now threatened by the flames.
Forest Fires Extinguished.
READING. Pa., April 30. The forest
fires in the South mountain, east of
Womelsdorn. this county,' were subdued
yesterday. Nearly 200 persons were fight
ing the fires Tuesday and Tuesday night.
Hundreds of acres of timber lands were
burned. The burned area covers two,
Forty rersons Lost at Sea.
New Vor.E, April 30. The British ship
Lansdowne, which sailed from Hokodate,
Japan, 199 days ago. for this port, has
been given up as lost. She was com
manded by Capt. Newcomb, and carried a
crew of about 40 men. She was loaded
with sulphur. She was never seen- after
leaving Hokodate, and it is believed that
she was struck by a typhoon in the China
sea. Capt. Newcomb had his wife on
An Illinois l'ert's Gift to Cleveland.
SrniKGFiELD, Ills., April 30. A unique
gift was forwarded from here yesterday
to ex-President Grover Cleveland. It was
a copy of "The Senator's W ooing," a poem
describing for the first time in print the
courtship and marriage of Stephen A.
Douglasf The book was sent by tbe
author. Dr. J. . Beidler, of Mount
Pulaski, and was in two volumes hand
A Rowing Match for O'Connor.
New Yoek, April 30. A cable dispatch
to The Police Gazette from Sydney, N. S.
W., says Stansbury, who, on Tuesday,
defeated McLean for the scu'.linsr cham
pionship of the world, accepts Willia.n
O'Connor's challenge, and will row on
auy suitable course in the United States.
Fell from the Fifth Story.
Natchez, Miss., April so. Baker
Burke, a carpenter, Tuesday afternoon,
while at work on the fifth story of the
Masonic temple, lost his balance and fell
to the sidewalk. He struck upon his fore
bead, sustaining injuries which will
What's the Matter with Ehode Island?
Ppovidekce, R. L, April 30. The bill
providing for an exhibition of Riiode
Islands' products and resources at the
Columbian fair was indefinitely post
poned by the senate yesterday.
Tbe Canadian parliament was open ed
1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
ArA Ncs. 124, 125 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
THAN ALL OTHERS
COMBINED. THE GREAT
Wall Paper Company,
310,312 and 314 Twentieth St.
ee Our Art Department.
House and Sign Painter.
First-claw Graining and Ppr Haagtaf .
P. Box 72..
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