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i H k Al.GUS, THUKSD4.Y. 4UAK.Y. 7 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. U. S. f.ov't lltrxHt, Aug. 17, 1889.
miin liinmilM) nrmr j must m-. wlu-ch.-r or not it . ..nsi.i.r
TI1L riiLMlLU SICIv. :f irlk"1 V"luy- "' ''''v1'
! 'llmt the f.'-nt 1 nu ll v. 1m in-iki' 1 ee .ver
i w l.t-liiiii: iimjti il in this hnti-e fur the
leiinH.T:itie imi'iy v ill 1 i-e ;ti:l imlieitie
t lie American 1 ; 1 1 1 I tv J ! !:;; .ut mn, s
tUcir f.-, tilers woiilil li.i.e i-.ele.
l but fire
Secretary Blaine Prostrated at
His Post of Duty.
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iit. . .... 11 l a 11 li ii:uiuiiuu J -i v l. A. -L Ifdtetl nil
ami tin- l.ieir li-t of
lnuum-.! iii I lie history of
.-rlierl's i:i-;iuii. was ile
tiii; llie e.-i- were 77.
An Altiiek i f Hit Olil C omplaint Ovf r
comes llim fitr itn Hour nml 'ilN the
City villi MartlhiK Humors, One of
Which Is tliut It AVai A ilexy T lis
Illness, !lt rvt'r, Not ltejjanletl Serl
u The House Sits Itowii in a 3M00t
O00 Aiiron i:iti.ii-Mlver Talk in the
Semite Washington Notes.
Wasiiinui in. Jim. 7. Secretary Blaine's
prostration hy illness wliilt (iiscliHriutf
ti ij oiietniis tint ies at the state department
yesterday was suilirieiit to till the city
with every kind of alarming rumor. The
attack came upon him while liewiis en
KK'(1 l he transaction of business in the
apacious ami will ventilated diplomatic
reception room, which he lias of late or
dinarily occupied when at the department,
ill preference to the less commodious ot-
Holnuin fitvfi'ts Ifis Knife,
I poll snj;ir, t n ii o! 1 Itiliiian I he i e-ol;i-tiuu
was eimsiilc: eii in I he Imihr as in com-milti-e
of the v hole, ami he movid to
strike out the clause appropriat ini; jfl'Ni.iHXl
to can cut the iiirpoM-s nf the joint reso
lution. In suppi rt of hi- motion Holman
saitl he thought i would ) l.nrdly proper
for the I'nite.t Si it,-s tti pity for transport
ing the train and provisions to siielia grc
coim'ry as liua. Sin prohaiily would
Hot wan! n, to tit so.
UouieUe Do y m want Jones to pay the
liieck inriilire ot K'-'Tirky in.-elo nil elo
quent appeal for the iim; to do this act
iner. r.'it niggardly, as
!i:i' ion. ii-' was willing
ai ie precedent in voting
Decause the United States was a debtor
nation. However, referring to Hill's de
mand that the act be rejiealed, Teller said
it would never be repealed.
Quoting Stewart Agrninut Himself,
Dolph then had the clerk read an
extract from a Fpeech delivered in the
heimte June Vi, WJ by Stewart which lie
thought would meet one branch of the
subject. The clerk read from a speech of
Senator Stev, art in which he predicted that
if the treasury could buy and coin ?4,5(tv,
OtX) of silver a month it would absorb the
American product and put silver on a par
ity w itn gold and be equivalent with free
coinage. Stewart, amid the amusement
which the leaning of the extract caused,
replied th.it his prediction was correct so
1 far as ab-oihing the American product
was concerned, but the ail of ls;io,lid not
I ii fleet t he capacity of the "gold trust" to
depreciate silver, nor did it prevent the
Hank of Km-laud from selling cousol bills
so as to manipulate t he market and beat
tlow n the price of si Iter.
( online, ut ions U the Seeate.
Ax'AslliM. TUN. .iil 11. 7. - I he -cliale ill se-
ret session has ei.i.t'.i nuil the following
nominal ions: I ni els! aH- commerce eom
niissiouevs "i!liani ti. Morrison, of Jj;j.
nois; William !.iiiue. of Kent ueky, and!
.!,t:i,cs W. Dill, of i.n'v.-i. Y!.-u!s- tTnr.Ys '
'Vi aver, of ('-!.-ir Ita'i-is. la. at Aix la;
'happi die: V.. V. llannncud, of Sn-nv Hill !
Md., m Hilda l'esth.
The Ireintury ltms silver,
Asiiiu I'os, Jan. 7 lue treasury dc
parliiiiiu esici-.htv pin-chiised l.U'o.otii)
HUNG TWO WOMEN.
Alabama Savages Put a Cap on
IIVE MORE VICTIMS Or MOB LAW.
o i la e.
silver al :si.;Jis." t,i s!
in a gracious m-i
U-ciiies a great
to follow" I lemtM
lo kery I'lea Is for Ketreiichmeiit.
Mr. Dockery sit d Democrats whose sent
were tilled by the plea of retrenchment
flee w hich is regarded as the secretary of mid reform shou'd take into consideration
Mate's private room. His illness was the condition of the treasury before they ,
midden ami was accompanied by vertigo vote to s,end f inoooo of the public money
and nausea. , for the purposes proposed he current
receipts, Mr. Dickerv said, do not meet
Ueseml.le.l His Former Attack. ,.urr,.,lt e,, VKlfi.DUO of appropria
ble preliminary symptoms of the at- t i,,ns for t he past year have not been paid:
tack, resembling so closely other more seri- iril.iinii.iJOij ,,f debt due Sept. 1 have leen re
ous visitations one two years ago after
the (iatdiier -i lubbard dinner in this city,
which kept him con lined to his room six
.weeks, ami the other of more recent date,
follow ing his isit to New York to take
pirt in the opening of the DamroscU music
hall, which resulted in an illness of six
months more or less, uf course, excited
the apprehensions of those around him.
His daughter, .Miss I la' tie Ulaine, was
telephoned for at his residence only two or
three squares distant from the state de
partment, and promptly responded and
came to her father's aid at the depart
Visiteil hy the l'rcsileilt.
Ill about an hoilr Mr. lilaine was suf
ficiently recovered to lie removed to his
house in the department carriage, where
the family were soon besieged by callers
anxious to learn the secretary's condition.
I'resident Harrison walked over from the
White House, and was show'ti lip to the
secretary' room. Attorney I ieneral Mil
ler, whose ollieial quarters abut ou the
lilaine mansion. alo saw him. During
the balance of t he day t lic-e w as a constant
miccessiou of inquiries lrom the highest
oflicer in the government as well as from
members o I I he diplomat ie corps and t he
secret ary's many personal, friends.
The Ktslilt ot I loliscrct itiit.
Surgeon liemral Hrnwiie. of the navy,
whose olliee is in one of the rooms assigned
to the navy depart mi nt ou the Moor below
the secretary's inlices. Has summoned, and
came up at once, and adniiuister-xl mich
retnislies as 1 in-oct .i-imi demanded. He
Kave the same diagnosis that accompanied
the previous at tacks, t hat t he secretary's
illness was the result ut indiscretion iu
eating, failure to take proper exercise, ami
excessive mental exertion under these un
favorable condit ions. Theattack occurred
shortly before noon. ,
Not KoKiirilctl as Serious. J
To all callers the same answer was given '
that Mr. lilaine was better, mid that his
illnesH was not regarded as serious; that , in
fact it was considered as merely a stom
ach trout". .Mr. lilaine is habitually care
less as tott food, eating what is set lie
fore him, regardless of its character as di
gestible or otherwise. .Mrs. Hlaine herself
has lioeti to a considerable extent an in
valid for some weeks, ami the secretary's
friends trace indirect !y to this fact Mr.
Hliine's present trouble. On every hand.
however, the hope is expressed I hat. the oteb;
present sickness will t urn out to 1 only was,;
of a temporary and trivial character.
A l.nist's liiaiiMisis.
( ieorL'e A If red 'I owiisend (" if I h") ti
graphed i he following to the New Yi
Sun: "'l'ii'.tn:i-,i:i, the Central dmgi-!,
tells me That .Mr. lilaine si.rcU had a
knoek-ttow n st roUe. 1: l.e ;! popii y lhis::lt-ernoon.''
funded because there was no money to
meet it; the sinking fund has tieen sus
pended during t he past year, and the ad
ministration is face to face w it ( a debt ol
t14(l.(Xl.iKli due and unpaid against which
there is available only .OdO.Ono in the
I'l-ettv Law Keceritlv
Morse of Massachusetts offered an
amendment expressing the sense of the
government f the I'nited States that in
the distribution :' the proposed food dona
tions no discriminat ion be made against
the Jews. Me relerred to the oppression
ami cruelty practiced upon the Jews in
Itussia. inent inning particularly the pas
saire of a law- b whiih Jewish women
under official ban.niig! t be removed there
frem by taking out a license as women ol
the town. A goeinmetil which passed i
such a damnable 1 iw as I hat ought to be
notilieil that this government will not
agree to semi relic' if it makes disi i imina
tiou tiuaint any c ass of its people in dis
tribut ing its cl.ari .
Iteje.-letl !l-rst.s li-iposi t ion,
Hlount madi' 1 ie point of order '.hat
Morse's amendment was not germane and
referred to the cnuiiiions prescribed as
"mean." Morse, rising io rt f ly to Hlount.,
was met with ci ies of '-Withdraw the
anic nilmeiil ." lie said: "1 w ill not with
draw ii, and if it is voted down I will volt
against the resol a ion. The gent h iiiun
from fieorgia las characterized my
amendmeiil as '-Mean.'' If he will find
anything as mean as some of the law
passed by the c.ar's government against
the a.Uon.Oilo Kussinii Jews 1 would like tc
know what, it is.' Hut the amendment
was rejected and tiie question recurred on
llolman's amendment to strike out the ap
propriation. Killed the Whole Itosiness.
Ilolman's propo-itiou was carried yeas.
l:Si; nays, iii. 'I he yi as and nays were de
Tnandetl, and afi er some preliminary spar
ring to slave oil' this way of voting, ihe
speaker pro tern., on the ground that t tie
light to demand the yeas mid nays was a
Constitutional nut, decided that the de
mand was gmal. The Mile t his way was:
Yeas. It'll.: nays, o. Then !re kiin itlt
ino eti t h.il a-the resolution w as emnsi u
httetl it be po-ipon -d iilelin I tel v. ami on a
WAS A GREAT YEAR FOR CEREALS.
More . rain Kaiseii in the C ountry Thau
l-'.vei- tW-l'ore Average A altie.
W asminctov. Jan. 7.-The est iniiites by
states and tci ritoi ies of area, product and
value of t he principal cereals of the I'nited
States for ls'.'l, made by the statistician of
the department of agriculture, were given
to 1 he press last night . The tola! for corn
has only been exceeded once. The wheat
product is the largest ever grown in the
country, and t :e yield per acre in the
I'nited States the largest ever report ed by
the depart ment of agriculture. The total
for oats w as slightly exceeded in iss'.i
The Aggregate l'rotluetion.
The aggregates are as follows: Corn
area. 7K,'Ji4,S15 acres; product, ri.uin. I.4.i)'l0
bushels; value, .ss:;.4:tt.t.o-.iK. Wheat area,
8U,Ul.li7 acres; product, f.l 1,70, (i) bush
els; value. s."il:t.-l7-i, 71 1. Oals area, J.'i.5M1
St'd acres; product. 7!.:ftl4.lli bushels;
value. .,:?2,:'d'J.'.,i'7. The aggregate of all
cereals is the large.-t yet prtHlucetl ami will
supply M to.Vi bushels per unit of popula
tion. The wheat supply is the largest eer
reported in proportion to population,
averaging i).4 bushels to each htso!1,
against '.' 'J for the largest previous crop,
Highest aloe Since lHK.'t.
The average value to I he farmer is 40. ti
cents for corn, srt.lis for wheat, ami .il.4
cents for oais. 'i'he value of wheat is
great er than in any year since lss:j, that of
the short rop of Isss alone excepted.
The products fire, of i-otirs.-, in measi.itil
Silver up in the senate.
Have a "
jteecil I st c:
TALK IN SENATE AND HOUSE.
Tlio ltnssiaii A pron-int in I eca I ctl
lort-iil anil Teller l.m It Horns.
AVasi'.'NuTi n. Jan. 7. Tin-lir-t general
busimss to come np ill the house ; itis ses
oion was tin-senate ieolution njiroii i.t'
ing fl(K),l!00 to cl. alter ships to carry grain
to t lie starving peasants of Uussia. The
resolution met. with determined oppo-.it ion
from the start. 15loi.nl wanted i: referred
to the Iiii-al affairs committee, with leave
to report at anytime. Kili.'nre though! it.,
should ii, t,, 1 1 ... :i:,iiro:iria1 ii.'ti commit-!
tee. He .-aid th.it w le'ti Texas wanted
money for starving people it could not gel
it, because, it was said, tin; government
had no power to give it. l.'ainesof New
York tetorietl that the man who made the
discovery of the governmeio "s lack of
power was I i rover Cleveland, president at
that t ime of the Cnitcd States.
TImuttht liilssia A ble to i are toe Iter t n.
I'eiidleton of West Virginia sai l : In.i
Jlussiawas n government pit feci!. -i
ble of taking care of its own people, i'..- i
was no responsibility rt--ii:ig 'tpou ti.e
United States to relieve any di-ii-ess, i.i
that count ry, for the fi iend-.::ip l.vt v. i-ti
the United States ami Ilussja v i- h..e
that between a I'urilan and a bhickieg.
This mujorily, elected on a platform of
retrenchment .Mel reform, ought, i.oi to
pass a resolution appropriat ing -!no.i ( J or
any other sum for such a purpose. Her
bert moved that the resolution be refei id
to the committee on naval afTairs with in
btruetions to report within ten days.
Kafiinpfl to Kefcr the IteKoluiion.
Hlount protested against this reference,
for it meant indelinite delay. The house
Morrill nil. I 'i e
sen; ie, it' v. iiiel. Ie ia.d tlo ii and
for the f o I ! - ''.v i . ! g pi-n;io-.ii Ions; Tli
depi eciai it. n of s'l.'et is hoi ii -o gre
iitiiv e:--ai llt-.t nidi tilted i-oin.-i''
lie maititaiie-d n 1 he present sta
1'lie llestitll i n In Klissi-i.
Sr. I'M i Jan. 7. A cablegram from
Hon. Charles Kmery Smith, the American
minister to Kussia. was received Tnesilay
by (jtivernor Merriam. It was in reply to
a message sent to him on the "th of De
cember requesting a reliable statement f
Ihe su'd'ering in the famine districts of
l.'ussia. and says; "The dist ivss in Kussia
from the short crops i itiespi-eatl and
severe. I' isiliilieult lo overdraw the ex
terit of t he suffer: ng. Many prov inces are
destitute and miist.be helped until next
harvest. I am able to say that t he pro
posed contribii; imss of Minnesota and the
northwest indicated in your dispatch will
be ac.-eptcd wit h most grateful apprecia
Hoke's Wile Wants a Divorce.
Cll'i Auii. Jan. 7. John I'iuh y lloke, the
Pisiri.i otuig man w ho has just been re
leased from the penitent iary, where he was
sentenced for live years lor cmhez.ling
F.';.'..!' -" from the Merchants' National bank
of I'eoria while acting a- its c ashier, has
been matie defendant in a bill for divorce
brought by his w ife. Annie Hert ha. The
ground for the action is desertion. Mrs.
I loi.e asks for ai jimmy mid for leave to re
Ij'inie her maiden name of liiukiv.
Still linnttni; tiara's Men.
AVK'Nii", Tex. Ian. 7. There is
I lie seat of war iu
bed Slates troops
not hing excii ing I r.
1 he chaparral. The
Hit- reported to h.
b-iu.ls .1 ivvolni ;o,
ii'.a without -Ko
' l:t d several
it y all got
'. ing a few
v in I:
Ian! wi'h .
gold, but -ould sit. It I. n'y wir-k lliei:oii::-i
try by a . elver rev lint ion; liiat uniiiiiiled '
coinage v. ouhl i:n eftllct sil mternt:'. io'i.-.l
silver compatts; t iat I here is no -tnrcity
. :.. s. H.
u. 7. A:..!,
let et 1 ves,
i li t
IM i i
! !. ill
oa l it l.es ;
red 1 1.--I 1 i- iis-
.1- illii'l.tl- t liep
surpri-e at 1 he
ol money in circu 1 it ion, out. liisieatl i !:t; " ' '' " ' a, rn io-.t.
amount is twice as great as il w as iu isis spoianng i,::.itr a -I:
and is increasing o t a aider. . C"l-tn'-l a--.- ;! 1
toiltl K.i. in . Il e I;u :i! o loni-lli. ' ' ra v "- 111. .-'e any .
Thai a silver sta nhird w on hi be qu i va him; dem
lent t o a hoi'ioni a redui t ion of tariff i t utda.'. s-i
."i per cent . if mil more, and an euiuil re- ""''- dec!.-
ductioii of ail pensions. That I he enor knew oi !
moils j.ifodncl ion oi siiver to the extent of pres-ci ni
lour tunes tne proluctol ls.M. co:iu uieid
withagreatiy lessened demand lor it, has
so depreciated lis value that unlimited
coinage by the Vni ed Stales must proe a
ilisast i oils national blunder.
Those Mho WotiM I'rolit anil Lose
Thai I here is i,o i mgic iu any law of con
gress which can make t he world acct pt.
an ounce of silver ; s wort h any more in
coin than inbuiiio; . That tlu iiariies to
liisi. irolit by tree coinage voiuil be ihe
-orporai.e ov. nets of silver mines only, ami
Cue paities ;o l!u..lly sutler t ne large-1
losses by it would lie the great mass of
our people, into w 1, isc hatnls i he dt pieei
ated coin and tivas :ry notes would dually
Teller Takes u Mini. I in lite Talk.
Morriil having stated tiiat. tin- act of w it Ii quiet and li st th.-i
ls;i was a biineliilii act, a .statement also her recovery.
cuiliodieil. so teller claimed, in the presi
dent's message. Teller insisted that it was
not a biinetaUieact, but one framed by men
who were opposed t silver, and simply a
"money" act. No free silver in. in. except.
Stewart, had ever tielieved il would in
crease the price of silver. The United
States could not wi it until all the Kuro
peun nations had agreed on bimetallism.
I -. I 'S.
- her-j to
: is tiie
i.'iii i h, in. Tsic
l.-ln-ii.-i tiiat. Dr.
e i-i.i in'-.olieat ing
Denver ut-t .- t-
cry h it n led inau-
i.i ri. e
I In. ii liacli n nn-rlui ry Vlal.'hc.
a-ii!-... r-.. .Ian. ". Acting Sei-ref ary
Sjiaiih'.iiig. of the ireasury d-part ment ,
has informed t :e- collector of customs ,-.t
New Vuik tiiat a d i : whai-k w ill be allowed
on "W.-iicrb'iry u:t.ciies" cxjiorted equal
ill auiotint in the imp irted miiierials iiM-d
in their iiiaiiiifc.e:,ic, le-s the legal redui
t ion of 1 per cent tun.
Mrs. (iraii's l'i-ohat-l llon-li-s-ly Insane.
ill.w i ::. Jan. 7. Il is now stated that
Mr-. Ct aves i-. insane, and j; is In-le-ved bv
some '.hat there is no chance of her reco.v
e'y. Although tp.ietir a id calmer than
for s,iiiie lime her v.-.garies have not lift
her. Airs, liruus' !',. sician sj-vs that
is a chance lor
Nmlrt- :tt llo- r.nsiiit.ss.
OV ASIX, Jan. :. W. K. Urow n, a w ell
known s..( iet j man, w ho has been cashier
of the M.-i-s.-u husetts Mutual Insurance
company for some time, was arrested yes
terday on a charge of cmbezzler.icnt. An
expert is working on his books and thus
far has di.-co ered a shortage ol d,o00.
Three Men anil Two Women Strung lp to
a Tree hy the "Itest Fitizen" Trotably
The Sim iniig Aliuut W ipeil Out for
(ioo.l A Fierce struggle with Neal
Sims, Who l ights to the Fast Details
of the Fi-im.
Moi'.n.K. Ala., Jan. 7.- Vord came lnte
last night that live members of t he Sims
gang, t wo of them women, were lynched
Tuesday near Woniack J I ill, this state.
Yi ry linle is know n of the horrible, affair,
the scene of the slaughter being remote
from telegraph or railroad lines. From
the fragmentary dispatches which have
reached here it appears that Neal Sims, a
brother of Hob. ho recently siilleied at
the hands of a mob; 1,,-uira anil licalrice,
two sisters of Hob, and I wo men lielonging
to the gang Mere ou their way from Wo
mack Hilt to Leak, Miss., the rendezvous
of the gang.
A Furious sliii;gle w ith Sim.
When about half way to their destina
tion t hey w ere met by a party of citizens
w ho had stal led out to hunt Neal down,
he being wanted for murder. The Situs
party endeavored to escape, but all were
quickly overh.-tiik-d. Neal showed fight,
:iinl emiu ietl his revolver at thepossp. The
pursuers t hen t lo-cd in on him and he
was disarmed. In spite of this he contin
ued lo light the ptis-e and this angered the
citizens. In the midst of a furious strug
gle one of t he posse angrily asked: 'AV hat 's
the matter with settling t he uiuiderer's
business! ight here?''
1 ille.l the Itoily with I'.litl.-ls.
The suggestion as eageriy adopted by
the regulator's equally incensed compan
ions and in a minute Seal Sims was dang
ling to a tree. The regulators, it is said,
lired a volley into the squirming body of
the murderer as it hung in mid air and
were, alioiit to ride away w hen one of the
women threw a stone which struck one of
the lynchers ou tho back of the head. The
posse was already roused to bloodshed,
and this act made them more furious. The
leader rode back and warned the women
and men as they valued their lives uot to
do anything that might call down sum
maty vengeance on themselves.
The Flimai of Savagery.
His advice was not heeded, the dare-devil
woman picking tip stones and hurling
them at all the regulator indiscriminately,
at the same time abusing the men in most
offensive style. The lynchers, already ripe
to continue their work, submitted to this
but a short time. Then they held a brief
conference, and determined that the coun
try would be well rid of the whole Sims
gang now la-fore them. The reports which
have come here declare- that a, rush was
then made at the two men aud two women,
and that in spite of entreaties from one or
two of the regulators all were strung up to
the oak tree w hich was already decorated
with the body of Neal Sims. The lyuchers
Not Fonfirnied. hut Proliahle.
Yerilicat ion of this horrible story wa
impossible last, night, but those who know
tiie section w here the terrible tragedy is
said to have m-curred, aud t lie intense
feeling which existed there against the
Sims gang, do not hesitate to avow their
belief that t he story is H ue. It will be re
membered that t he mob hanged live men
of the Sims gang a few days ago.
Somebody says it is v-ry vulgar to
sjicak of your husband by his last nam",
and criticises Mrs. Henry M. Sim. ley f..r
doing so. Tiie woman knew- el a dear
little luorse! of femininity who married
a grave and il:gniti"d young lawyer and
went to housekeeping in a love of a cot
tage with a Hilierni.'in cook. The little
woman in her young bri.lehood could
not muster sufficient dignity of speech
to call her liege ior.l Mr. Jones, even to
the c ok, but. atleclioti.Uely designated
him 'Marry.'' And one day w hen there
was company. Bridget came to the par
lor door and announc.-.l, "Lunch is
ready, ami will yez be waitin for Harry,
Simehtiw the story g.. out at titei-lub.
and Mr. Jones never quite f- rgave his
spouse, though thereafter she pnm tili-
ously failed him "Mr. .bun-s" until lie
came to lx 'Judge." Boston Post.
No one doubts that Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Rerrcdy really
cures Catarrh, whether the
disease be recent or of long
standing, because the makers
of it ciiru-h their f.iith in it
with a S500 guarantee, which
isn't a m-jre newspaper guar
antee, but " on call " 'in a
I hat moment in when, you
proYe that its makers can't
The reason for their faith
Dr. Sage's remedy has
proved itself the right cure
for ninety-nine out of one
hundred cases of Catarrh in
the Head, and the World's
Dispensary Medical Associa
tion can afford to take the
risk of your being the on3
The only question is are
you willing to make the test,
if the makers are willing to
take the risk?
If so, the rest is easy. You
pay your druggist 50 cents
and the trial begins.
If you're wanting the $500
you'll get something better
I a cure
Woodyatt's Music House-
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This lirm have the exclusive sale for t bis countyof the
Pkuos til cl Oro-as,
WEBER, 8TD YVESANT, DECKED BROS., WBEELOCK,
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO. '3 PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
1A fall line also of Hnall Mufical me rthariliKe. We tae inonr fmploj-a firft-clapj PianoTcner
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wap Co,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and comf lete 'ire rf Ph tfoim flnrt ether Si tit p WrprTif, rpjenaily ac'sptco f the
es-tirn t Hide, t f i-nverior noikp pi till 11 d f.i ish. 11 lust n t 1 i ri e l.isi frtt oa
apl.Htaliou. Sec the MOL1NK WAlil N bifure pariharinK.
l00RlOKAIitD UNDKB THE STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits Money loaned on Persona!, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. RBYNOLDS. Pres. t C. DUNK MANN, Vice-Pres. i. M. Bt'TOHD, Ci'hler.
P. L. Mitchell. Ft P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crahanch. H. F. Una
Thil Mltcat 11, L. Simon, K. W. Hum, 3. M. Bsiord.
Jackson & Ucbst, Solicitora.
twpu...n t., . . ;.. i .. . a iv.i . . i ... -
. u o, i.-iu, ni u iiiiuev 'ne muiutaM cotrcr ( I 1 III t i l! A I.ltilc r Li w
' - vk JAHiVVj
ZfAySM ra ect W LJ t
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor etiicl 13iilcler.
Office an j Shop Corner SeyenUvntii fl. .
ar.(l Sev-n'h Avi dup, "
tVAl? KnSp of cHr,' Ltvr work & s: v ia ly. Placi hn.1 cettmates for all k'eds of bniii.4-:-i
' CHAS, DAiNNACHER,
I'ruiirirtor nf Hie. Brady Strict
Ai! kh.d of Cut Klow-r ennant:y on hand,
fiti-tii BoiiM- Flower Store
Ouc hloi k i.ortb of Central Vor, the largest in la. Brady Street . Dav. r. ;-..'
CONTHAGTOR AND BUILDER,
r.oii rort er Twcutv-MToi-d re t and Ninth avenue. Residence
- f- freiiared n wh- ent.rr.HTe and do all tfrnN of Parpcnter work. OWe hiir. 9 .
Mannfaetnrerof all kind? of
-BOOTS AND 8H0ES-
3ent.-' Pine Shoeg apecialty. Eepairingoon neatly andpromptly.
A tfcare of yonrpatroaase respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue, Rotk K- i I
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and. Builder.
1121 aud l.Zl Fourth avenue. Kepidrnce 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plan and f i-eciKrutioi f turpi hed ou l! clamif of work : alwi tcvr.t rf Willi rV I'a'.i li I - ''
fcli.iii.g blind, jumi-lhiin new, ftylis-h ai.d desirable.
Opera, House Saloon
GEORGE Sl'HAFER, Proprietor.
1001 Seoocd Avenue. Corner of eixieettb Stree - Opposite Darper' 'l: - -
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
free Lnur.h Every Day . - Sandwiches Furnlehed on S'uO t 'uU'