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THE AliOUiS, Fit? Y, J AN U Ait & , 8 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
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The CI inois Statesman Answers
PEESENT SITUATION IN CONGRESS.
(emncriti In Knlln Harmony, mid Not
Kvrn Milt I lisu t uii t letl 1 tie Turin anil
KM reiirlimeiit ili Issue for the Com- ,
Ins t uiii ii-ii. Hint silver Not la th.
Fltrht Nntiiintr to Say of the Coming
Man Wit-it the Home Will lio as to
New Yi.kk, .Ian. i.-TKe Pros prints
following: i'.un William M. Springer !
chairman of the wuvs sml means commit
tee ami Democratic lender in the new con
frress, arrived ut tlie Huffman House lust
liight. lie left Washington on the con
gressional limited and was met by a Press
reporter. Mr. Springer has what the
Greeks vrmiM n 1! a w ine-colnred eye. H
Is not lirow n. It is a jninuMng of horse
chestnut MiftneNs, cu minn but suave
parkin. Mi S;.i inirer vtu-in the handsof
K.xcise f'imiiissi,,i;(.i Me.'it.im, representa
tive of tlit Hi'-mM rat h: club of New York
city, nriit will speak here tonight at the
,e Uiuiuet to "The Issues , f
the Hour." together with Mr. Cleveland,
and will nK,, s-jv. .laeksun Day a boost iu
"The Day e t i jelira'.e."
"How is Mr
"He is a --k i
.efiorter Opens Fire,
Cri-p:-" the reporter asked.
"Sj,.n,t. ,. ,v:ls tl1 ,.,Ve w,mlll
e ect i.rittu r sl.,,;ik. r. We have k,.h1 mare-
rial, but 1 have no idea ot so sad an is-
'tV'hat do vou think of the tone of Mills'
reply to Speaker Crisp coneernins,' the ap-
Ioii,tmeiit. on the committees? Was there
not a ni. tal edueto it:-'- 'it did not seem
no to rue. One must know Mr. Mills to '
jude of his letters. It was very courteous.
Ho luus no hard feelint-s. Mr. Mills is a
very comLafTsj- man ami docs not take
"ver.vililu!i I. Harmonious.
"On his return fm, his health trip will
lie Take tlie chairmanship of the commit-
tee on intersiate eommeree or turn it over
to Wise of Vimiuia.'- ' lie w ill take ir ,'
"Iq fhere any haishne.-s of reeling or fae-
tionftl estraimi-nu nl among the llemocrats
in cori'resi.": ' Nut at all. I never saw a
more hurmoiiious set of men during lny
"WLat are ;-ou truirm to do about rules?"
"I think we w ill adopt the rules of tho Fif
tieth congress for the moment,. We are
only waiting on Mr. Ueed, w ho is a meni
lier of the committee, and w hose wife is
nick at the Filth Avenue. With him the
committee would stand two to two, w i' li
mit the cust imc vote of the speaker. 15ut
lie would pair wil h the speaker. Trial will
lie easily amt'ied." i
f ebilnl. Hill hdiI silver. 1
"What about Hill? Is there any such
thirn ns the so-i alled 11 ili-t iormnn-Tnrn-many
element:- Was it active in the speak
ership election:-" "Nothiimof the kind.
There is noi-lnsa in the party."
"Are you in favor of Hill's views on sil
ver?" "I tun, an you know, a free Mlver
"Then y. ii arc oppo-e 1 to Mr. Cleveland's
views' Arc j o:i in ta or of his views on
the turifl'' -i am."
ACTION ON THE TAHIFF.
Mill. Alo in Tuvor of Detailed lrsnrrs
No Mlver I.relslHlioit.
"VVhat are the Democrats v;ijiiic toilo
Are they f?oinij to mss
blanket tariff nn asiire or detailed mcas-
tires .seriatim:-"' "lam in favor of the hit -ter."
"Is Mr. Mills?" '-He is."
"Will you put. wool on the free list. e
pectiui? it to pass the senate'" "Yes; I
think that would pass tlie senate. '1 he
manufacturers feel like humorini; the
agricultural interests, which now are mi
largely represented in congress."
AVImt else?" Well, the lumber, bind
ing twine, ami s-'ilt vill go throne;h t! c
senate, iu turn all riht, and we williiut
them on the f-ee list, 1 think.
ltele;uf cil to the New -papers.
"Whnt about free silver, Mr. Spi iic-ei :'
"We wlil let the newspaper take care of
"Will there be nny free silver bills
parsed?" "Probably there will be in the
bouse, but there w ill be no free silver
legislation during this session of con
gress." Mr. Summer spoke emphat icallv. lie
seemed to have in mind here the presi-
uein YCI.O. lie con ue neu i'U silver in- ueeusi rcsi. more ink i mi l 11 t ine. J'T'im re
ttuiries, and w hat is here said had to be liable sources it is lei rneil that the allowed
literally wrurn; from him. j serious nature of th - attack seems tci be
The Issues In Nel uniaii;ii. more imaginary tha i real. Mr. Ulaitie's
He was next, asked what would be the lonp illness during last sprintt arid su-n-chief
issue iu 1 he next campaign. "Taritl," , mer has made him 'read a reeurrerice of
said he, : Confinenierit, and 1 1, is fear has unnerved
"What next? Silver?" ''No, economy him to sueii an exteii t hat he looks on Ids
in expenditures." present indisposition in a mueti more
"Who will be the Democratic candidate:1" 'tlurmiriLr liis'ht than 1 is real condition wm
"Tbe people make the candidate, ennto-ess runts. The uirn of I is physician and his
laws. You w ill have to wait until lu-At family at present is lo disabuse hi mind
.1 .. ....... II.. ,1 .. -.1.
June to tind that out..'
"Will Hill take rank with Gorman in t lie '
aenate?" "Mr. II ill had a most tlattera.
reception, but uobody is a biu ioa i in
Vv'iishinston. We hear notiiiuu there ei
Uoenn't Notice That lle" Hit;-.-,-"Mr.
Sprinper. you are eor,ider-:l
BO per cent, biirtier now that you v,,
fore the sieakcrship contest." ' ,
don't notice it. Everybody treats ice
the same," he said, hu:i;iiiii.. Tta
Democratic leader is iu splendid h
i :l. I
was smartly dressed in a suit ..f b!a,.. ai.ii
Was ns happy as a schuoltH.y on a lioii.Uy. ; tion the free nritniswioi, of snirars.niolasses,
The Dr. ;ivrs use. 'coffee, tea, and bide against such colai-
Dekveu, Jan. 8. The attorneys for Dr. ' trits prodttciii"; thesv i rt.ii.les as, after that
Graves made amotion for an arrest of : date, maintain tariff lutics upou nny ad
judgment arid for a new trial yesterdav. rlcult.ural and other pnslucts which lie
The motions will be nn;tieU tomorrow aft- may deem utit-uuui nr d unreasonable, the
emoon. Mrs. Graves is improving slowly. 1 president submitted t i the attorney Kene
Her brother, Charles Hoyce, of liostoii, ur- ' nil the question whether the law au
rived yesterduy. j tiipri.ed liiiu to issue a nnn larnatiou lix-
IT. S. Govt Rttiori, Aug. 17, 1889.
j HOOSIKRS IN LUCK.
One Hundred Millions to Loan
1 to the Grangers.
'ir PEFFEE'S BILL GOES THS0U33.
Rimtiuary of a Measure to Inke the Al
liance Man 11 ippy Culberson l'ropost-
ftu Enny Way to Pay National Detieieii
clett Sei-retHty Ktaine Ilapilly Itocov
eriuK from His liitlisponltioii Certnin
Nut loos No'illeil That They Muct In
tlerite ltee.lpi-oeity or "lHy the freight"
Ioiiii;s of the tatemeii.
Washington, Jan. s. A re.inMrkahle
mrawure wa ir truduced yesterday in tlie
Henate by PtlTer. It is entitled "A bill for
tho re lief of thi peo;)ie of In Jtana." In a
preamble the nature, of 'he relief proposed
The people o.' Indiana. tlie preamble
Says, are now latoriurf under the 'yrievons
burdens of eno-mous interest charges
made possible by jfreal scarcity of money,
tho direct coriseo, lence of leislation favor
ing tho eredit-owing capitalist and hostile
to the waure earner anil producer, resulting
!.!... ' .. ..1.1 l r
, ",r n '"' K'r,.uK u, me .anus or
me jieojue in iniuana to Mien an exienr as
threatens the . of Mich, lands to their
present ow ners at d occupants.'
J The S. lx nin Detailed llrieflv.
The bill provides that the rsrcrelury of
tlie iieasui v shall issue $tiWi.ono.ooo in trea-
ury nous directly .? Ue peoile of Indiana
npw, i,s.t mortK.,ge securities upon anv
i n i . ; i
a id all real estate lynn; w ithin the stjite,
' r'' H'""'int of .tie half the cash value
l 'a!"' tlX1''1 hv 1 ,,e n";,r1 -,t t;lx comrnis-
slo,"'rs " I"JiaiiH For this issue the gov-
Br,,,!K,Jit is V re. eive a tax of 5 por cent,
?w,r- f'i'-"''""' to wliom these treasury
""''s shall be isvt ed are to niortKiw? their
an,1-s to the v'over iment to six-ure a yroni-
i,'ry not,e payable into the United States
treasury in I went j years or .sooner at the
option if the nu rlLa-or, the amount ol
ntes (olie not, v.oc tjiv two-;hirds otthe
cash Tliltip of llie 1 imU.
How I ui 1jj Sam Vill i.tieet.
r'or failure to pa t htfH-iiii-anuiial lax or
the principal t her iluc, pen-nnal propcrty
may la- levied on and if this is not sufli-
uient to fifty the a no. int., t hen t he county
auditor is directed to v(.Jl the tironeri v at
BUClion or the lands may lie rented by the
There Were sew pal bills of a iinancial
character intniuc i! iu the house. One by
liiishiiell of Wix ousiii provides for thu
coiruiKe of silver iollnrs conluiiiiiiK each
one ounce troy of nut silver; another ! v
Stewart ol 'lexas b r I'-ee coiimi.-o, and an
Ot.her by t.'uiln -rsoa of Texas to prever-t
fontract ion of the i urn ncy.
i lilherson'. ( u.ri my Kill.
Cuibei sou's bill rovi.;es that whenever
the l iicuiaiion of any nut ional bank m any
portion thereof h.dl be surrendered t lie
ecretary of t he tii usury shall thcreutiou
prepare an t -laiivf lent amount of leiral
tender treasuis not,-, of the le.urHl denomi
nations now provid 'd by law, for national
bank notes. They hnll be lejral lender for
U debts. 'I he sec md section authoti.cs
the secretary of thi treasury in the event
of a deficit in the revenues of rheoveru
nient from a reduction of luxation, to pre
pare h'Kal tender treasury notes in amount
siiflicieut. to cover Mich lieliciency. It
ftil-tlixr authorizes the secretary of the
treasury lo cause to be eoined of the silver
bullion now in the irc.'-Mi-v in- u-liii.l.
be. such an auuniia .it si , i,.!-i-,i
lollars as he inns deem n -cessarv tor
meeting such notes hen
i-nlcd for i-is-
ELAINE IS C:-:iNG ROUND.
l lie secrelarv
1 e Oil I In I
V-4 tin in
I n nr Th o.
Asm IJ'i .la l. S The '.'I'Mirehi !i-
ious t hat the friends of Secretary i'!ai:,e
feet iiver his sudi en attack have l-icii
somev.l.ai ailayed by the information
tiven to t,h(-c w ho lie 1 at his residence
l is! nialit that the secret rtry Imd rested
aiiei ly all day, end was very much im
proved. Mrs. 1'daii e received nearly ad
rallers and answered cheerfully rjuesriou-i
::oncerniiiir lur linsband's iline-s. From
I er account, ot t he sicretary's iliuess it is
iinly temporary in its character, anil her
o:iVersiit ioa leads 1 er hearers to hc!iee
lhar he will be up ai d about w ithin a i'jv
r t wo.
XeeiW lie-1 Me re Tumi I'livsU-.
Dr. Hyatt paid a visit to Mr. I'.iaine yes
lenlar. mid coriclttned that, the secretary
I 1 . . I . ... i, a.
1 af the thought that his illness w ill result
seriously, and bencfh la! cl.Vets are looked
. for from the rest w hi hhe bad yesterday.
I MUST CO.VE Ifl OR SUFFER.
1'lle J'l'esblcnt liivei. ( ertain i'liiinti ies
j Till March to f nriIer lU-eiprority.
j Washington, .Ian. 8. Tb president's
priN'lamarion issued yesterday under the
reciprocity st ciion ol the tariff act stales
j that in view of the provision intliereci
procity section of the tariff hi w of Oct. 1,
1M)0, makirur it the (utTof the president
after Jau 1. ls!'2. to s isnend bv nrm laieA
tng a future day when the duties imposed
by virtue of the proclamation would take
Postponed the Kmbargo.
The nttoruey general has given an opi;
kn that the duties must attach ana be
collected on and after the date of the
proclamation, and that a future day cau
not be named by the president. Owiny; to
this decision, and to the fact that justice
to importers of the articles named in sec
lion 3 of the tariff law requires that a rea
sonable notice should be given of the
president's intended adieu, secret-ury
lilaine yesterday sent notes to the diplo
matic reprvsi nuitivts of Atistria-Huu-Kary,
Colombia, llavti, Nicaragua, Hon
duras, Spain, I'liiUipine islands, and Yen
esuela informing thetn that on the 15t!i of
March next the president would issue las
prociam.n ir-n. 'in'fss in t!:e tueaioinie
some s.i. i-;c toty recijirodty anaj;eincnC
should be maun with the vountiy n, trued.
BILLS PROPOSED BY PICKLER.
i'ivil iiliee ntnl I'reo Ailiuissioii i the
Fitii- for Vcteraus.
Washivhtov. Jan. s - Pi. kler of South
Dakota introduced in the house yesterday
a bill propoMiig an ameridtuent to the
statutes givin? pit-fereuoe to soldiers for
civil o!,:ces. so as to provide thnt persons
honorably tlischatifei from the miiitar.- or
naval service shall be pretcrrod for ap
poiritmeuf to civil ohiees, i!ovided they
are found to possess the basin, 'ss caoacit y
necessary to disc'rire the duties of tlu
o!!ice. This strikes out tin; chins? of the
statutes pnj-idiii! that thuie i!h"s h'n.i'.L
he given to tl.ose who have incurred disa
bility result in-.' from wounds or sickness
lie it ice Thine; in '!);(.
He also introduced another measure pro
vidin',' for tlie Hdii issi,,n, fre of chnrjie. to
the orld's lair of any officers or enlisted
men who m-eved iu the army, navy, or net-ran-
coips of i'e I "nited Slates, incbiilin;
rt t-'ulars ;iiid volunteers, subsequent tot' e
l'.'ili ilavi.f .April. ISt.l, and previous Jo
July 1, ISiiii. J'iekler oIlHi-ed a resolution
diiectiTie the set retary of war to cause to
be issued each year as early as possible to
the prescient of c-a h college which has n
military department under ehaiye of a
United States military o.'iicer such cloth
ilig iiinl amp and garrison eiiuipai.'e as
tuny be requested ir the use u the coi
ENLOE WAS LOADED WITH BILLS.
He I ires u ! of Tliiin Into the House
l.aiili.t.ti's TVc 1. 1st.
WsiiiNl,Ti. J.,,. S. If Ktil.ie sue eed-i
in Icnimr passed all the bills and resolu
tions he introduced in the house yt-s:e;day
he w ill be t he chump:.?!! bill pusher. Ifp
introducei m.-nsiires prnnosing furthei
Contracts f,.i n.ali subs, lies, to repeal t!.e
postal si.; bsi,!v law. to Ttmi-ud the McKin
ley b.ii, to i-ave seiiaiors eleoled by the
peopl". lor tlie free roinnf;e of silver, to
invt s: ie .u- and pay claims for the use ot
church and school property during the
war. to place on the free list cotton tics,
agiTcininral Implements no." mailunery,
cotton bacuiag and o.'uer materials
for baling coi: or,: salt, tinned plnttt antt
tiarbe l wire; to impose atl income t lx, and
a number ol other biils of the same na
ture. ISia A. blil ion to tlie Free l.-st.
Laiiham of Texas introduced a bill plac
ing salt, lumber, nails, cotton t ies. b vgiug
for cot ton, binding tw ine, far ruing imple
ments, wool and tin on t he tree list, and
ppov i.iingt hat no import duty in excess of yl
per cent, a 1 valorem shall be Ieitdupo;i
any products of wisid am! iron.
tmyress in ltrlef.
YVA.-invitTi.S, Jan. s. Kvery state wa.
fully lvpre.-i i.ted in the si-nnfe yestenlay
except Nevaoa i.Ioncs not yet having been
swoin), tx-t m enior Hill, of New- York,
milking bis apicaraii-e find taking the
oath. Petitions for aa Income tax w-jre re
ceiwd frmu liliiois grangers. Also for
free mad delivery to farmers, for free
binder tw ine anil against op! ion dealing,
l'eller prcseiitisl a lull to loan Indiana
farmers sHK,.iKKi.K(io ,,o real estate security.
Tlie Nicarauua canal was discusses), and
the senate adjourned to Monday.
The bouse ordered the printing commit
tee to invest igate errors in the congiessiou
ul record, and then listened to I he presi nt.i
fiou of bills. Amting those presented were
the follow imr: 'Apjiropriat itig I.XI.0.HI lo
improve the Fox river in W iscousin; mak
ing pensions pawthlc evt ry Lwo months: to
ainrii.l the c 'institution so that, congress
c an pass nniforui lii.-.n i.-nrc arid divorce
l.iv.s; to estaidi-li an income tax; to pre
vent any one he iuccompi ,le 1 to work Sun
tlavs: to erect a statue to l.encral W. II.
Harrison, and lo semi grain, to Kussia in
navy vessels. House adjourned to Mon
day. Vi'lrnn of Tiro Wars Demi.
W s!:ix,,T-.N. Jan. s.-Cci,.ri.l John ir
vin a i!i.s;iai.-i:ilitl seidicr of the
. ai will. xiio i,r:d the late war, died at
h.s rti.ienc- :n tl:isc:ty Weiincsd.-iv, in
hi-Lit ii year. General (in-gg had resided
here since he wn- retired from active sec
vice, lie was horn in lieliefonlc. Pa., in
ls:.'i and served 1:1 I he t'econd Pernisyl
uiiia voini.teers in the Mexican v;ir. lie
was proaiot.d four limes for gallantry
dm ing t he war of the rebellion.
"lues I p l;very I'oiirc-s.
W AMtiMnoN. Jan. s. A bid was intro
duced iu th' bouse est erday by Long of
Te.'.as directing; the secretary of the treis
liry lo put the r,ei rii-.stein ol weieios
and measares iuro use in Uie i ii.-uuiis srr-i'-e.
11.1- is a measure that comes up
with regularity iu everv co;i.'-reis.
A sii-Vi-urii 1
W A-il! -a, lo. .f.t
K Siewarl of Texas
1 a joint re.so'ution
t-.ie eou-,t itulioa of the
! so amended that tlie
president and vice pi.-idcut hold oiiieu for
six ji.srsat.il that the president .shall not
be re -eligible.
Npenl.cr I'risii (ieltiii ell.
Vas!in'.;iu:,, Jan. s.-'Clii; condition of
SrH-aker Crisp slmv.s great improvement.
His s.)n staved last eveniug that his father
ate a good breakfast, alu.-r which he sat up
:.nd rend the itewspapers tlie tlrst time he
lias done 1 hat since t he :id of December.
L,ess Than :t.O(M,ou! 4 1 -"5 l"(.r Ontt.
Wamiim;ton, Jan. K Onlj t-',!!H,7uO i;i
per cent, bonds are now outstanding,
nlil.iiOU iiavinn; iKt'ti redeeineil to date and
more than .ri"i,ti'Hj,0'j!j continued at. 2 per
cent. The totai issue was til.!);:i,0OO.
Apjioinled a Hank lleeeiver.
W'asiiino ins, Jan. H. The comptroller
of the currency has appointed Mr. Lewis
Lostt tier, of Iroquois, receiver of the Hu
ron Nutionai bank, Huron, S. D.
Netlleton I'ree of the GriD.
W'ASHINUTtis, Jan. 8. Assistant Secre
tary Net t let m has recovered from the j
flip, and will resume his official duties at
the treasury departmout.
National Hank for El wood, Ind.
Washington, Jan. 8. The First Nation
al bank of KIwood, Ind., capital $50,000,
has been authorized to begin business.
i C. T. It. Condemn. Y. M. C. A.
i.Al.fFoitD, Conn., Jan. 8. Ileubelien
Bros., wholesale and retail liquor dealers,
receutly gave fSJoO toward a new Y. M. C.
A. building. The W.C. T. U. has atlopted
resolutions condemning the Y. M. C. A.
for accepting the money. The matter oc
casions much comment.
President of Liberia.
Z: Yokk, Jan. 8. Joseph James
Cheeseman was inaugurated president of
Liberia on Jan. 1. He is a miiiisterand
also a merchant in Liberia.
STARVED TO DEATH IN A CAVE.
A Young New Yorker Lorph Himself
W hile rrospcciing for Silver.
.".Mi it i. k, Term., Jan. 8. The body
of John W. Goshorn, of New York, special
agent of the Mutual Life Insurance com
pany, w as found Wednesday. Two weeks
ago Goshorn st ,pped at Bristol and sud
denly disappeared. For three days the
s'-aich hail been going on, and finally a
letter from t Jo .horn to his sweet heart gave a
clew to his wlicrt-alioiite. Iu it he said that
he was eoum to lMshop's cave to prospect
for silver urn. Following up thin clew
Coshvi-ii body was found iu the cave
Wednesday a mile from the entrance. By
his sida was i he remnant of a t.illow can
die. It. is supposed that the candle burned
out, and being unable to lind his way out
without light ( Ijshorn died of starvation.
The remains wi re shipped to New Y'ork.
Troiilne Ahead for Tennessee.
Cha TTWutii; . Tenn., Jan. H. It is ex
pected that the miners and rioters at
liriceville w ill attack the troops, or rather
guards, some time during the latter part
o.r this w eek. Stale oilicials declare that
such a movement on the part of the miners
will prove disastrous, and that the guards
will ta- supported. Private advices of lead
ing laboring men here show a spirit of
Dentil Ueleased li:tl at Last.
Bl lil.lvi.ToN, Vt., Jan. s. Kx-Sheriff
Joseph IWlon, w ho was so unmercifully
pounded by four prisoners, three of whom
escapist from jail here on the night of
Aug. , lSSii, died Wednesday of his in
juries. All these years fie suffered intense
paia aliout the head from blows which he
received at ti'at time, and often prayed for
death to release hiiu from his agony.
That Is. J!V XflZx It He Cart.
N'KW Oia.KA.ss. Jan. S. Captain ITmk
W iliiams has left lure for. C-r-iicago and
New York, as the representative of the
Olympic club, to see Mitchell, Slavin. Cor
bett, Muher, and ol her pugilist ic lights.
He will learn exactly how willing they are
to fight aud whom they are willing to go
against, and will arrange a match for
'sceiuleti from a Scotch Heroine.
IaiNPos, Jan. S. Borlas, the crazy stu
dent w ho fired at the house of commons
buildings, was arraigned yesterday aud re
manded, lie is pronounced insane,. Hp is.
a descendant of Kate Douglas, vyho enabled
Mary Queen of Scots to escape in 1.V.S by
barring t he door w ith her bare arm against
A raphic riter.
Many people no doubt w ill lie shocked
at the idea that, anyone skouid w ish to
wiuiess t he sufferings of lh:ir fellow crea
tures. Yet there, are numerous reporters
whose stronsi point Is beint: able to write ?
thrilling i-escript ion of a terrible calamity,
say a railway collision, a colliery explo
sion, or sc-metither equally appalling catas
trophe. !r example, there is a clever
pressman on one of our important dailies
who does his W-st work on such occasions.
1 do not say he positively revels in the
work, but a long experience in such mat
ers h.'is hm-lene i his nerves and blunted
his feelings. He will w rite an account of
a ureal accident, in so graphic a manner
that his rentiers will almost recoil with
horror from the liwful scene he has de
picted, while he himself will to through
the work without ' turning a hair,'' to use
a sporting expression.
He wiii tain anout a calamity involving
the loss of many human lives in the most
matter of fact. way. Hut. tii.it, he has fclill
some feelings h it apart from his duty was
shown by the fact that, he severely chas
tised a cistermougcr for ill using his don
key, and was in consequence summoned
before the magistrates for assault.. Such
are the vagaries of hiiinau nature. Lou
don Til Hits.
V TT- . Is s
VIL4T AN ASS AH IJ
The a-i tl.oipr'tt liimself as fine look
ing as l.is neighbor, the horse, until lie,
one dr, b.t.v himself ia the lookirirr-gla-s,
when lie said -'WHint an ass am 1!"
Are there not scores of people who
cannot pee themselves as others see
them? They have bad Mood, pim
jdes, blotches, eruptions, and other kin
dred iK-fisarciiicnts. Ail these annoy
ing this?- could be entirely eradicated,
and the restored to "lily white-
nes.," if that world-famed remedy, Dr.
Tierce'.; Golden Medical Discovery,
were given a fuir trial.
It cures all humors, from the ordi
nary I'lofeii. pimple, or eruption to the
worst scrofula, or il.u mot inveterate
blood-taiats. no ma'.r.T what their na
ture, or wh-ther j":i?y be iaherited or
acquired. The "GoIJen ?Iedical Dis
covery" is the only blood - purifier
guaranteed to d J it-1 what it is rec
ommended to. or bumey refunded.
TTOP.LD'3 Dl5i-E:;SAnT IdCDICAL AS-
bociatiok, I'roprietora, No, CC3 Main
Street, Buffalo, Ti. Y.
Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of the
Pianos &ircl Orreirs,
WEBER, STC YVES A NT, DECKE" BROS., WHEELOCK
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S TIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
Kf A fab lln lo of email Mueical HirhniitJii-e. We tae In onr tn pk.y a n.t-cia Piano Tnor
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete ice ff Th tform art) otter Pr drp Wrfrrif, e fj tciaily eeaptec to the
Woftt rn trutie. f mj erior wcrkr u M; 1 1 i f.i ih. lilnstri it n 1-tire Lit free nu
applitaliOL. tee the MlU.lNE WAdl N biU re purchatuig.
INCOKPllHATSD UKDEK TK.K 8XATB LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
KOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Satnrday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Fersonal, Col lateral,
or Real Estate Security
S. P. RgTNlU)S. Pres. P C. DEXK.H A.XN, Vico-rres. 1. M. BVDRD, Cah'e:.
P. U Mitchell. K P. ReTColda, T. r?. DemtemiinTi. John rrabftneh. U. P. IiulL,
I tail Mitch-11. L. Ptmon. K. W. Harst, J. M. Baford.
Jacsson A HrBRT.Soiicltors.
H'-Began biifinrss Julj-8, 1SS0, ai d crcory
A THK hDSITIVK CURE. T IS
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and Shop Corner Seventeen'.); St. . . T?.,,,l,Tc1or?
and Seventh Avenue, IVOCK. lSldHQ
WA11 kinds of carpiitcr work & SiociaUy. Pla nd eptimates for ai! kiude of biilid1-
IToprlctor of thejBrady Street
Ail kinds of CM Flowers constantly on band.
Green noner- Flower Store-
One biock north of Central Park, the largest tn Ia. 304 Brady Street. Davni- .ruiwi.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
i?hop comer Twcnty-wmnd itreet and Vinth avenue. Keeidence 2'J3S
t--"l prepared to bikkp estimme ard do all klndp of Oamenrer work. Giv him a tv.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Gent' Fine Shoe apecialti. Repairingdone neatly andprompUf.
A ahare of yonr patronag. resptfully solicited.
" 1519 Second Avecue, R.-x-k I'ai;!. I",
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1123 Fourth avenue. Refldt rce 1119 Fourth aTenue.
Plans and ep:ilicatioi,. furnished on enclafM-Fof work: also scent cf wilier Patent h
v bliUlng Blinds, something new. stylUh and desirable .
ROCK IST.AND. i'-l.
Opera House JS3sL,looia
GE0EGE SCIUFER, Proprietor.
160! Beoond Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Btree - Oppoeite-Harper's Ttieit.-e.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Ctears always on Hand
tne Lunch Bvery Day . . Bandwicnes Frxmlshed on Sho t
P ii a
ire outbea?t corner of J!itch !'. A I jritc'c r. i