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THE AUG US, THUKSDAT, JAN UAH ? 14, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
NO ULTIMATUM YET.
But Our Relations with Chili
Are Mightily Strained.
STATESMEN GROW FIGHTIK3 MAD.
On Shin th outlook I for lmmediite
War hut Hi I'rrHitlf lit 1 loifi and
What He ill I'robubly Io Vtry Soon
The Correspondence Fxpected To He
lAid Hefore fnngre Next Monday
Uncle Sum a Marvel of latience and
Forbearance, but KttfiiUly ;ettin HI
War l'aint On.
Washington, .7au. 14. litprf-scntative
O'Neil, of Mi w,' .. is reported to Imve
Baitl yetrl!iy: "Ymi m:iy say that there
will be vnr. Unn't put any 'ifs' or orV to
it ninke the statement lirowl ami unqual
ified." A prominent ollieer -f the srmy who on
Tuesday reecivcil a lelt -r from one of the
naval force at Valparaiso, saiil: "In MX
weeks a (letclirneut of the army w ill be
moving on liili. I tlioruULtrily ln-lieve
what I say.''
"Sir. O'Neill statement i renunltil as
evidence of a change of fi-clin on the part,
of some of the Deinoi rati in the house,
who feel that they cnntiot alTonl to let it be.
known that 1 'resident Harrison is in favor
or maintainiiu; an advaneed posit iun upon
the question of assert inc and dcfendiim a
courAeons American position and that,
the majority of the house of represent a
fives are Lot inclined to back him up iu it.
No Warrant lor Nucli Matcinclit.
TliP oflii i-r (jitotcil has except iniial oppor
tunities for kmnviiiLC just what is the sen
timent of tin- people of Chili as lna infest. d
to the oflicers f the. Vnited State vessels
in the harbor of Valparaiso, and is un
doubtedly Jmne-t in the expression he
And yet it may be vtid that there has
nothing ilevch piMl in the situation of af
fairs, as vie veil from an official standpoint.
wbklit.Ui be .-aid to indicate any material
change, or hi. h warrants the irentlemcn
in makirn; the xv-eitions ipii.teil. It can
lie authornai ively st itisl that no disjmtfh
lias been sent to Minister IX.'in conveying
the ultimatum of the I niied Stat-s or in
dicating any iiopat ienee on the part of this
government w ii h t he at lit inle of 'hili.
Ii Iniiml Hon't lo it 1 'hat Way.
It is not time for the lir-t unless the
United States i ready to precipitate n
conflict while tacjot :at ions all' pcmliuK.
and certainly no sin h intent ion hits been
credit! to atiy official of this vrovi iiiinent.
whntever mav li.ive ln.cn the expressions
of opinion upon the subject. .s to tile
wrouil, it is not the plat lice in diplomatic
eorrespoiich le c to betray any petulance or
Impatience: it would not be iliniJied nor
proper, and t he ui n; lcinen cointin t iiiLf t lip.
negotiation for the Vnited States are not
tyrts in the art of diplomat y by any
Anal7iii the I orrcspondence.
President, llatii-oii is devotitit; tnin li of
bis time to a careful study of the coitp
upomlcnce t iiat has Imn lurni.-,hed him
Xrora the state department, ami which is
kept lip close ly da by day. He is coirifj
through it as a traiin-l l.-f.vyer would to
prejinre a l.nef for presentation to tie
court. It i said I laii In- has analyzed it
O far as to be aide to -how cone loiv eiy
the iiisinrrerit y - il not eijui ;ii io;i .'f
the Chilian i e: nment iu lis . .; ; ,-. w ii h
the United tales. ind tin' t in- pres.-iice ,
an intensj. ant i A m erica n t -ei : ; .u is.;:; id lias
already been made made lea;: : h: oi:--;i
all of it n the pari of h:;i.
A MESSAGE OR A
i .itisi.lcrcd R7i
If the l atter
it Mav In
1 II iitoil ii in.
It has ,ot been I'.cci.ied by 1 1;
It is said, whether his comm
eorresponilen-e will lake tin
messtipe t i congress or of .1
Minister Kuan. In eiiiier
friends expeel thsi he wiii n
fietl lint forceful presentation
I'm in ot a
ii-pati h to
use. I. is
i- a ibuni
if t ho p. ;i-
tion of this trovctumi nt, w Inch w ill be ac
ceptable to the country. Hiouh! it iia
Bent to Minister K-an for j - j- -M-ntiit n n t a
the Chilian ".ivcnmn'tit it maybe cim-id-ered
by the officials of t hat count! ) in tta.
lijjiht of nn nil iiiiiii ii ui.
The cry l.nlest Kcport.
This is the report that was current ;J
latest uih ices: On Monday next the pres
ident will .send the Chilian correspondenc!"
to Cfilitfrci-. It i!l be necony laiiied by a
message brictiy stating the principal
JHillt.S of the controversy and explain
ing the. motives and purposes by
which the iire-ident, has been
actuated in conducting his part of the
negotiations. The message will contain
ao recomnienihit ion to conv'ress. It isi;ive:i
out by members of the cabinet that this
correspondence will show that the offense
of the Chilians w as of such criotis ch.tr
ctcr that this overmueiit has exercised
extraordinary patience in consenting lo
permit so much time to elapse without the
"prompt and full leparation," whii h was
demanded in the president's dispatch.
O'Neill Is t.eltlnc Ilia Coat ofr.
Representative O'Neil, of M.-us.sacliu.setts.
calhsi on Chitirtnan Blount, of the frireiun
affairs committee, nnd told him that lie
had it iu his mind to introduce a resolu
tion askintr the jiresidciit to-inform the
house whether the press represent at ions of
Colonel T'.emey's investigation on the Bal
timore hud been officially ant hent icated,
and decbtriim that if they liad been a casus
lelli existed between the Cuited States and
Chill. Blount cautioned O'Neil to be
careful, reminding hiin that war was a se
rious tiling and declarinn that the initia
tive ought to be taken by the president
rather than by coiiKress.
Sprtnirpr is Italher Iiploitiatic.
O'Neil said that was all rii;ht uud he
had faith in Harrison's patriotism, but he
lielieved that the time had come to let tin
world know that, "old glory" had to be re
pected everywhere. He significantly
asked how lotit; Gnat Britain would hav
delareil exai-tinc; satisfaction for such an
U. S. Gov't Rtnort, Aug. 17, 1889.
out rae-e nix n her seamen. Springer, who
i.toMl bv while O'Neil was talkinij of hi
plans with Hiount. was asked what he
moment 1 Ue SIIUIUIOII. lie .opiooieii-
cally replied.: "A f;reut many DemocraU.
think as. Mr. D'Neil."
GENTLEMAN, WHAT WILL YOU DOT
Miss Barton states the nse of the tor
ti ihution to ltnssi.
Wa-hiMjT n, .Ian. H. Miss Clara Bar
ton, president of the American Hed Crops
aix'iety, nuik'S a statement of the situation
regarding the sending of Krain to starving
Iviissja. Hefjrrinn to the action of the
house in refusing to appropriate 100,000 ti)
send the grai l, she says she has not h inn to
say in the way of criticism, nor is thu
any distatisfi cttou on her part with U.u
house's acti ti. I'he points she desires
to ran attention, to are thai there is a
vast (jitantitj of corn ready, that the Kuo
sian novernr lent will take it from o:tr
lirts ami deliver it to Kussia if the cot is j
not as treat as tne v:ilue of tlie .main: thKt
it, is for the American people to decide!
whether I hey will set this rain on I heir I
own doorstep and leave our perishing)
neighbor niro-s the sen to come and tret it: !
or w hether we w ill send it to him. "Both
met hods serve the purpose of charity; it
i merely the brand of hospitality which is
at quest ion." Miss Barton says that Iowa
is the best on; niizsl for the purpose of ob
taining coiitri unions for the Russians.
TARIFF INFORMATION WANTED.
Scheme to be Viliipted in the House to
Obtain it in Time.
Vasiiii;To" , .Ian. it. A sub-commit
tee of the sena: e linaiici.tl committee ha.s
Iss-n for six months or more investigating
the effect of t he lalitl on price. Carlisle
is a niendK-r of t he sub-committee and has
statisl t hat t he Column tee w as obtaining
only facts. int the iuvestiuatinu-is not
satisfactory to he tiiritV reformers in the
lions,, and Slit i n. an Hoar and his asso
ciates hae concocted an iii':":nious
h.-heme hcrcl y the whoa' matter ( .-. i
lossil,ly be investinaie,! by the Demo
crat ic commit ti is of tiie lions.- and a iv
port obtained ii time to lw of use in the
Iiet cinip.iii!. which would be impos
sible were the n alter n fcried to one t orn
Uiit tee of invest ieai j,,;,.
linn It W ill Ue Worked.
Hoar has iut induced a resolu? ion direct
ing thi commit t ee on m.miif ti ; in i - to re
port to the lion- t he elVei t UIM.n 1 he tTen
eral mnnufact ui inc iif er-est s of t lie coun
try of the ires-1 t acis.,f I he collect ot-s uf
revenue by me lis, ,1 diit les upon imports.
A si i ui hi r reso'ii ion to ascert aiu t he eli'eet
on ii''riiu!ti!re has been introilueed by
lo presentit ive M. Kinney, of New Hamp
shire, and refer e. totin- committee on
Muriciiltiiiv. I.iphaui of lih.Hi.- lslanl
made liis resolu: i.ei apply to la!Kr. aivi
h.id it s.-nt to ' In- committ. n labor.
while Honk of I ih io co:n plet ed the ipioi.-i
by wjintini.' to ki o.i the etle. t of the tariff
on foreign comm Tee. e. hieli t he committee
on inter-tale an I toiei'u Comuierce will
have to wrest !e it h.
i .Hit; i-css In Itriel'.
V,si;m. to. . .in. 14 - In the senate y.-r.
terday Jones ,,f Nevmhi appeared and took
his seiit , mak inn t he senate roster ci miplele.
l'attoii reio:ted f.ivoi.ibiy the pure food
bill of last concfi -. Hoar presented a bill
protidin.' lor loi moro judges tor t':e
court of claims. Kyle of South Dakota in
troduccd a resolu. ion for a const it ut iona!
amendment to en ible congress to enact a
inari i.iL.'e and d: voice law. A hili u
pasM-d appropria im; ?-lno,(lo for a public
building at llobol.cn. N. .I .atnl after p iss
intta few other hi Is the .senate a. ! j . '! . ic. 1.
iu t iie house he committee on inter
state and loivio a commerce was ;;i,cii
leave to sit dnrm;tlie sessions ot I he
house, as w as t lie -ivers and haibors com
lllitlee. Kesolltt ii ns were agreed toc.ill
ino for intoiiiiiit ii n as to ho.v much our
t lade w it h I V,i to 1 ;ico .unl Bta.il had in
creasiHiasa result of re ioroi ity, arid as!.,
ino Secret ar i 'os! r it at ar.y t ime sinci
t he 4' ' per cents. 1 ec.in.i- due he had it: 1 he
t-ca.sury eiio,,ch n .,ne.- to pay tin m, alal
if so, why he coitttir.ed them. Holmati
fl'cre.l a risolati.n auain-t sal. si. lie-; .,r
b'.iiin ies in money, publ-c Ian is. lotei-,
or any indoi'sciiicn' . at:d del im ii." t hat t'o
money not .-ibsobil. !v um i-:iiy should lie
Hppropi ialed by co-i-ns. ami ileio.'ti.de.l
the previous (iiic-t on which was cin i.- l.
A lliiiie-e meiii 1 .1 : s i .1 in no, been use I lii y
wanted h bate. Il.linaii then :invo! t.,
two hoors' del, iit( , and the hoii-e ad
springer and tlie t ro- oiTine I T I i I .
"V.st!iM,io.s, .la... 11 - S:, tinker ;.s in
terviewed by a ii pi.'tcr upon ,-i p 1'0'ieni i.m
to the effect thai " many I )em. k rat ie con
pressmen, especial y those from .-trriciil-tiirnl
districts, repu liateSpriner's leader
ship so far as the silver ipnt ion is con
ceriied." SprimriT -aid: "All Hiere is it,
say in that I have 111 t assumed any leader
ship on t he silver 01 est ion. All thai I did
was to express an o iinioii on a few facts
which 1 believed to exist, and which Mr.
l.land conceded did exist, when I spoke
with him aluiit it.'' Sprimrer said further
that no free silver hi I could tieeome a law
because the president would veto it. and
there w as not t w o-t h in Is majority in either
house to pass it over the veto.
I lilimiteil I oiii.ic at the front.
WAhlllMiTiiV. .bin. 14. The house cotn
mittee on coinaoe, weitrhts and measures
met and oruani.ed esterday anil discus-J
informally the subject, of free coimuje. A
resolution was introduced by I'ieroe of
Tennessee instruct iusr the committee to
report without delay 1 bill fur the free and
unlimited coin.-iLte of silver. I'ierce is a
free coitiaL'e man, and wanted the commit
tee to (jo on record, but while the
discussion was decidedly argentif
erous, the committee postponed action un
til next week. There seems mi doubt that
the committee will report a five '.-oiuaue
Threatens the World's I'air.
V.smy;Ttix, Jan. 1 '-- Hoimnn's resrs
lution ileclarim; iiiiuin,; theueof public
money for subsidies a id aid of private en
terprises of whatever -lature, has n direct
liearinn on the propos. J World's fair bill.
Holman is auninst the proiHisiition of ,-ip-
proiriutuiK 5,ot),iX0 for the World's fair,
or any other sum.
A Man for Jnde Woods' Place.
WASiii.viTov. Jan. Ii. Judv't; Mi-Bride,
of the Indiana appellate court, is here urg
inu the nomination of Jml Olds fur the
district jmlsfe-hip made va-ant by the ap
pointment ot lidue Wooils. Ignite a dele
gation of Indiana, peopl is also here tt
work for Olds wit apparently good pros
pec ts l or success.
A Prominent Chicago Doctor
A LUNATIC'S DIABOLICAL CUXNIff.l
lle 4'alls Ilis 'i'tittt mn a Profession? 1
isit anil shoots llitii Di-ml at the Ilucr
The I irst sliot renetrales the Urai 1
The Murderer's Wild !rive to tfcp
I'olice Stati.iii to Surrender llimscli
Seiiiel of tlie Kidnappiin; of a Little
("till -Am), Jan. 1 1. I 'our jiistol shots rnv.-i
out in rapid succession yesterday; a 11
Bpected cili.en lay din 011 the steps of
south side residence; a madman leaped
over the prostrate form of his fancied ene
my and tlew down the steps to a cutter
Btandiu at. the curb; a wild drive through
the streets; a cell iu a police station, ar.d
John lbdinond had fulfilled the destiny
predicted fur him. His hands were red
wit h murder and his victim wa-s his old
time friend and medical adviser. Dr. J'la
vius M. Wilder. If was tlie most s.-nsa
tional killiiiL; t hat has taken place in Chi
cago in many days, and the story reveal
the wonderful cuuniiitc of an insane man
wlu-n his brain becomes impress,.d w itli
the need of doiim some .spe ilie act.
I'he 4'muiin!; of a l.miatie.
There never was a more complete illus
tration of maniac cunning than this cold
blooded munler. Th.: madman sent, a
telephone message to the dm tor asking
him to t-.-ill at Sontii l'nrk avenue
tKcilnioiid's boai-ilim.' house, for ids wife
has not lived with him for a j ar), to see a
very sick mail. As soon as the doctor re
ceived t he nn s-iii;e In- ilruvc to the lions.
As be ascended the steps and ratn4 the in 11
the door was opened almost immediately
by John Kcdliiond. Before t he physician
could litter a won! a revolver w as shoved
into his eye and a dull report followed.
Two more shots v.-ic dis halved. 1 he
doctor turned ha if around and iiizain Red
1 be I irM Itnllct a l atal One.
The Mi st bullet passed into t he nnfortu
liate physician's brain; the next I wo lodged
in a packet ui letters in I he '.eft inside citl
pocket, and the fourth entered a few inches
to t he 1 icj,t of thehrt-e of the spine and
came out above the ritrht hip. Dr. Wilder
fill heavily totheiioor ..! I he piazza, his
head st rikinu t he iron railimr. Death was
almost ilistantiiTieolls. 'I'he nilllderej', st ,i
claspii.o in 1 e tiuii; hand the deadly
w eapi .11. las:t d down the steps. An.au
stepped toward him. "Out ol the way or
l li kitl j 0:1, "yelled Heilmoiid,.ind the man
liallcd. .1 umpin ititot he doctor's cutter the
n-iidmaii seized the reins and w hip. Bash
itit; the hors,. with a cruel hand in- drov"
at a k.:l't,: t-.-n e lu.rthwuid aiol was snm
lost to v iew.
WILD RIDE OF THE MANIAC.
lie Drives I'm i.nsl to a lolic M at ion
lb'diroud uirtr furiously down Co:iai.v
hr.io- iiM-m.c to Calumet, down Calumet
to Tw emy-il.iid street, cast to Michigan
avi niie. north to Twenty-siiond street,
and thence to the 'i'w ent J -Second St rei t
station. Ihroimhoiit the drive he plied
the whip and t he horse w as kept at his nt
mosi speed all the way. Bediiiond turned
aside lot not hino. Drivers of other vehi
cles, hastened jo clear the way and then
stop;ied to oae in wonder and alarm t
the reckless driver. Arriving at the station
Kcdmntid drove his foam covered hoi-si- txi
the curb, h aped from t he slcijrh, and ran
into the station di m. online; to In' informed
of t he w hereabouts of Desk Serjeant Tom
t ,-irey .
Where He I
" J-'il.ilieU l In-
loutd Have lteen Ttcfore.
1, ..in he wanted Ib-dmoud
bcd on; Irs revolver and exclaimed:
"Take this, Tot. 1. i'vedoneit nt hist."
"You've done what :-" asked the serceant.
' I've shoi 1 and killed Wilder. And this
is vv hat did the business." Kiintiiiij; tu llio
By S.-ivc.iul 'iii cv's directions iU-dniond
vv.r- plac ed in a cell. 1'our of t he live
chambers . f the levolv, r had been en.p
tud. A few minutes later a telephone
lilt i. v.. is t ecci ved from t.h tV.tau;'
t.'rove Avi imc station asking that a look
out be kept !.,! lo. WjUjer's slayer.
Beine; a.'N,..,.,! l;f 1,'ednioud's ;.(; iotl ill
i--!vinc i.imseli' up Lieutenant I lea ley sent
two oi'e its to take the prisoner link t;i
the t 'ott liri.vi- Avenue station. Ke.i
luomi aecoii.p.ii.i-d them without a word.
j,' - Was to t!a.- I'.een I xpeele.i. -i.
Th;s n.-irler is a not her a run men t for t l.e
sate keepiiiu oi" llne who have been in
sane. Tv... years .ie,, Kedmoiid's little
jti-1 was ;...!, e, . -.lid lor weeks no trace of
ln-r cool. I be ili-.'.ivered. Durinii her ale
Koin e K'-iiuiond. who lov.sl her devotedly.
w nt i.i.ine. lie was sent to Kankakee,
and in t he mean! i i ie t .e irl w as found in
an orphan a-y l'itii and ope of horalvductors
wa- sent to the penitentiary. Ib-dumml
was released apparently cured, but his wife.
had to e-iive hii.i because he threatened
freouent ly to kill her.
Were Abundantly Warned.
She informed the police that her hus
band would surely kill some one. but. for
lack of authority or for some other reason,
lbslinond w us al',,w isl to tie at larjs'e. He
used to drink heavily and at that time h
frequently culled on Dr. ilderto hetreat
d. The doctor was never in Kedmond's
house but onee, and after the doctor left
riedmond slinvvnl his insanity by destroy
ing the miilicine left, declariiur that the
doctor was eoiiii; to poison him. At the
station yesterday he told a lone; story of
how the doctor had broken up Ids Lome
and tried to kill him. not one word of
w hie h is I rue.
Ir. Wilder' licrot.
Dr. Flavins M. Wilder was one of the
best known .unl most popular physicians
in Cinciieo. He was born forty-sin years
HLto in tlsvveuo, N. V., but was educated at
Ann Arbor, Mich . from which university
he trrailuciteii iu medicine in IS'W. j im.
mediately catnelo Chicago uud opened an
office ai State and Twenty-second streets,
in lMO he married Mi Brown, of Ann
Arbor. When Wilder was graduated his
parents bv. d iu Aim Ar'oor. and hisuif?
was' visiii. there when he met his un
timely du.; h. A leleutiini yeierday aa
liounctd that she had started for home.
The doctor was a Mason of hi'i decree
an (Jdd l-'ellow- and a Knight of I'ylhiar.
He was K'-ncrally beloved, and his sudden
death is mourned by all who knew him.
"Mexico Watching a Colonel on Governor
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. U An officer of
the Mexican government has been in the
city for a week past and a rumor started
has been partially confirmed that his pres
ence here Is to watch the moveineuts of
Hubert Mclleynolds, a colonel on Governor
Thayer's staff. McHeyuolds it is claimed is
in sympathy with the Mexican uprising,
in secret, league with Clarza, the revolu
tionary leader, and is planning to furnish
the revolutionists w ith arms, ammunition
and money. A paper here made a half se
rious reference to the current suspicion
and Colonel Reynolds scouted the story as
Suspicious Facts Stated,
The fact remains, however, that Mc
lteyniiljs has but recent ly returned from
Old Mexico, that while there he. conferred
with tJarz.t and his sympathizers, and to
one or two intimate friends he let fall in
formation showing that he was posted on
the affair, of tlie revolutionists. Mclley
nolds was brought prominently lief ore the
public not many weeks since iu connec
tion w it h a scheme to establish a republic
in South Africa. It is now said that the
Coloniaiii 11 plan was given out for a
blind, under ( over of which military eitnip
mcjit wits to be purchased, ostensibly for
the new republic, but in reality for the use
ol the Mexican revolutionists.
14. The physic ians of
z announced last evening
110 longer hold out any
that they could
hoie for t he ivcov
Cttled wit Ii conge
cry of their pat ieut. His
ly is bronchitis, compli--t
ion of the lungs. The
yesterday afternoon to
ssion of bis faith. After-
cardinal was aide
make formal prof,
wards t he vencrii'
iie jiretnirf icciiiy miereu
the canons. Both these
ute the lielief of all con-
Lbs blessing upon
cerned that death
Jucksou l'ut Two Men to Sleep.
Can Aon. Jan. lb I'd cr Jackson, though
far from well, fulfilled his big contract
Tuesday night to stop two heavy weights
in three rounds. The first man to meet
Pete was John Dalton, who started in
if he meant to knock out his opponent in
t he iii-st round, but he soon winded him
self and was duly put to sleep in the thirl
round. Jack King, the second man, was
more wary, but was knocked down !
hard in the third round that he concluded
he had had enough.
Otiite Lively in Spite of flTis Years.
Sai;aim;a, N. Y'., Jan. 14. -David J
Williams was 103 years of age Tuesday.
Mr. Williams is still in full possession of
his faculties, ami is of clear voice and
pleasant sjieech. He can write very letl
bly. reads wit hout glasses, has a keen rel
ish of food, gets about easily and does the
chores for the fami ly w ith whom he lives.
He is intelligent and cheerful. On eleo
tion day he always has voted the "General
Jackson ticket." He has always used to
bacco and whisky, but doesn't remcmbt
ever being drunk. His father lived to
llivorce locn't Fill the Kill.
Ct;.v i u!;iis n. 1.1:, Ind., Jan. 14.
Wednesday in the circuit court I. aura Fix
whs granted a divorce from William Fi.
The partirs formerly lived here, but for
seven years past resided near Decatur,
Ala. The evidence showed that Kix tried
to place Ids wife in an insane asylum an i
then Iricd to starve Iit death.
A Hard Row.
The Old Cfciitlotiiiin Why do you send
her so many flowers if it is so horribly
expensive and yon cannot afford it?
Thn Young Gentleman That's just the
trouble. If 1 should stop sending: the
(lowers tin; florist would think I was los
ing the girl, and 1 should have to 1 av up.
V Just One
"Chappy Viiti l)i -mis
f his mind today."
"When i.s his funeral:
gave me a piec
Those who believe that Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy will
cure them are more liable
to get well than those who
If you happen to be one of
those who don't believe, there's
a matter of S500 to help your
faith. It's for you if the mak
ers of Dr. Sage's remedy can't
cure you, no matter how bad
or of how long standing your
catarrh in the head may be.
Tlie makers aie the World's
Dispensary Medical Associa
tion of Buffalo, N.Y. They're
known to every newspaper
publisher and every druggist
in the land, and you can eas
ily ascertain that their word's
as good as their bond.
Begin right. The first stage
is to purify the system. You
don't want to build on a wrong
foundation, when you're build
ing for health. And don't
shock the stomach with harsh
treatment. Use the milder
You wind your watch once
a day. Your liver and bowels
should act as
they do not, use a Ly.
1 he key is Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. One a dose.
This firm have tlie exclusive Bale for this county of the
-Pieirjos eircl Oro-ais.
WEBER, STU YVESANT, DECKED BROS., WHEELOCK,
ESTEY, AND GAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, "WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
JF"A full line also of email Musical merchandipe. We have inonr cniploy a flrst-class Piano T:t.er "
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGC1S
A fti.i and complete lino f-f n.-tform and otber Pi lirs Viif.tn. tf t c-a.iy (!;.t.c t tie -w
isttrn traile. t ynpcrinr workn -arrMr trd Cui-h. J Uiuun it o 1 rirc L:: in. . t
applicaiicu. s-ee v MoLIN B WAiit N btlore tmrcl.a-ilu;.
INCORPORATED UNDKB THB BTAT3 LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'cior k.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Fersoaal, Co -lateral,
or Real Estate Security
. P. RSTNOLDS. Pre.. F C. DBNKMANN. Vice-Pres. J. Jf . BUFOKD. Cs.er
P. L. Mitchell. B P Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Crnbangh. H. P. Hj:;.
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon. K. W. Hnret, J. M t"-i.
Jacksob A HrBer,!oUcitorB.
r"BEn bimincb? JulyS, 1SS0. atd occupy the fonthcatt corcrr of M!ttU-:! .V I iic', nw
int s-uitive cure, rt
EL? EROTirnRf?. M VTarran EU Kew Tort Price 5D a. vv 5X
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contreictor and Builder.
Offlce and Shop Corner Seventet-nlh St. . T I T 1 J
and Seyenth Avenue, ; JtvOCK ISlanti.
B"A11 k'.nJ of carpenter work a 8;iecia'.ty. Plsct and estimates for all kinds of onili'.r.. t
fur&Jsb'l on aDlicatmn.
Proprietor or thcCBrady Street
O S 1E1
AJ kinds of Cut Flowrra constaully on hand.
Green EouiefV- Plow t
oae bio k north of Central Part, the largest In la. 304 Brafstreet. pavtC; .-..i .
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
6hop corner Twentv-second street and Ninth avenne. Keeidence 35
prepared to make estimate and do aU kinds of Carpenter work. GiT hla a :r. s,
MannTactnrerof all kinds of
Gents' Fine Shoe aepeclaJtj. Repairlngdone neatly andpromptly.
A aUre of your patronage reeptfoBy soUclted.
1818 Second Ayenue, Roek l6'.aaii. I;
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor eind Bnilder.
1121 and 1123 Fonrth aTesne. Residence 1119 Fourth avemie.
Plans and specification, .fnrnishrd on all classes of work: also aCent of wmtrvrt.-r: 1 - -e
Miding Blinds, somcthiLg new, styllch and desirable.
. ROCK ISi.A NT'.
Opera, House alooii
GEORGE SCIIAFER, Proprietor.
1001 Second Aycnue. Corner of Biiteenth Stree Opposite Harrei s Ttitro.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
reeLnnchBTerjDaj . . gMdwiches Furnished on Sbo t otir
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