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THE AKGLfc?, SATU11 DAY ,J AN UAK 1G, 1892.
A cream of tartar baking powder Highest of
all in leavening strength.
Zalesl IT. S. Gov't Food Heport.
WILL WARM CHILI.
That is the Talk of an Alleged
WAR TO BE DECLAPXD NEXT WEEK.
KstaLli-.li'l ly icvt rnmont Tests tlie S .tmLinl Ikiking Tow
tier. The very (liant f k-avenin agents lias a larger use
than all r t iit uv.ini .if tartar l.akiii-.j jMiu.t.-i's inlitHl.
Prof. II.iNt.s. f f Rush Mt-.iicril Coli. ge. Cur suiting Chemist Chi
cago lioanl ol IK. it'll : "I tiinl tlic Rovnl Making l'owiiei .iin-iior
to all the olliei.s in in ry ifsjnrt."
T'r. H. A. Mo I T. I '. S. (Ii.ve-rnnvnt Chen i-t : Th. Rojai is
iimloubteilly the mrc-i ami most tillable bu'iinvf )jovil-r mailt'.''
Prof. P AI.Mf.R. rr.iversily of Illinois : I in.I Royal I '.a king
Powder invariably romjiosci of wholesome ngreiin. tit-, entm-lv
free from :itiu iteration or iinjutiities ot any kiml."'
San' I ravtb"! 1.R! r I i kai.th : In our judgment it is
impossible to mak a purer or tt..nger haki t i-ou.lcr tlian the
The X. V. ST Air. A!.-l : -The Ro.-.i Baking Powder is
superior to any other powder which ! hae examined."
The MlWr.sm.V STTK Cin-.Mlsi ': I .-ot.si.iei' th.- Ro:l one
ff the best baking powdeis r.vult.-.
Wisconsin' F m) OiMVis-mm k : R.,y .1 liakin;; Powder is
cT high and uniform strength and .pnuty ; its ingredients pure and
INDIANA STATF. CliF.Mhl : ' Royal B ikinc P. will 1 is I ! tt tie
free from any deleterious or iniuriotis substance."
Avoid all baking powders that require larger
cans than the Royal to hold an equal weight.
This is sure evidence of their adulteration.
POINTS IX POLITIO
1 1 1 :.
1 t v. :t
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A Suit in Wisconsin That Prom
ATTACK Of, THZ APPORTIONMENT.
Trouljli I .i k 1 tif I ,..u- It i . ir r X a
th ;.. 4. nr.. unit Two I.-t;is;it --.re-.t
I niil'ili;.lij. i ...... .-t.ts on llr
Kf-r-ftt A.tin.t of tin- X. orl. s-t;.
A l'r'.-ti.-itt AYh.iI i 111; - ( .inili t ion ,
A flairs in tlo luu a si-nnti.
Mam-ox. W i. . .Ian. IU. Suit
l.rou.-lit in tie .tiji--riu- i-nurt yiterd,iy t.
overthrow the apportionment made by t) i
last Ih rnoerai ii leiri-lat lire, mid wlia'ei i
l i.ioii is l eiMlei t-d -i 1 1 1 1 funply iti i.iii
will follow. Slioiddtlie iiresent district
Ul s M..;h -, .1;,;
eot lairly o l ini.
j'liiriHil lid next
tiled ;i pn.ti .- ji j,
out h of ollice to Si
was decl.'in-il !i-ciol 'l'ltnr-ila !i '
precedent of ( oiiiiiiu;.' a iiijnrinu. Jl
i;ilat n re.
:. I'!. I he -l.-t'e
d esl ei-dax . i le I t h. ; .
'f'lle-ilay. 'i in- ! in .-,
were -wi.ui ia. ii.-l'.'
e .r. fi li.' I. .1 i:
lltlst iltltllillls-.et'ili. i I.
. ii-'.-oy .). W. Cll'V. wi:
talK that lis s hii a j'.-stKW is swurn ip ;
res, ,1 lit i.. II ,1 Cli'V u iil in- ji.is.,..
.'aid that llr. wcr will vote fur it. II.
s. iKitc imssi iI ,i e..!n tii i-.-iil iv. i .iut ion
ini; Wedmd, y as the t inn- tor i ti.-iu lt 1 1 ;:
ioti of foveri or, bin the tion.e a.lj..iiri.i-.
it hout in thereon.
Sauce for tlie .is(- nn.l t li tonuli r,
( ol.t Mill s, i .. Jan. If, In a speeeh i
fore the itr en ll ur.il convention ThiMs
lay (iovernur Mi Kinley said: "'Tlie.-e i-
in?be doclan-d imcnnst it ut k.n.'il radical. nr tiling t hat tln-y all Tnit;lit as wellniaM
lVnn.r:.KU,fil,i vt v.;., of ii.. "P """" minis to ilown ea.t that the
li'fcislnt lire w onld be culled which would
not only pass an npiiort ionriii-nt liill to it
likiiiL', t 1 1 Mil l,ik.'.'tiie the M:ite, tin:
ssiirinu sever:.'. 1 leniocrat ie electors tl.i
l'ossiliilil v ol Tivn I-i'kI slat ii res.
On tin- otfii r hand. Republicans tlir.m 1
en even if the present suit i-t no; i;. i
tained to iiomiiiaie inemU-rs of the leui.s j
liiture in the old districts. u tliisia.f
tliplleinocrat. would noniinate in t he m w
districts and the results would 1m- iiv. 1
lepislntnres, and t lie governor would lm
to decide which to recognize. Tl
Rchcinc, of coui-He. Hsstinus 1 tie ele( 1 ion i t
ll Republican isovcriior. The moving
spirit in the , -resent suits lias been A. .1.
Turner, of Poilae.
Took it I lil.-t- Ail is.-iiient.
The Miit.s yesterday. however, an
liroiiKlit in the narue of District Attorney j
S. W. Pierce, of Admits county, lie jre- ;
ttented a ;ietition lo 1 tie suireine court
through ex-Attorney tJeiiernl '. i Kslii
brtMik. The oinilainl alll een t bat I hi
districts were made wit limit, reference ti
population and are not of convenient ami
cont iLCUons territory. The court took the
matter under ,-tdviseuteiit and will tlecidc
Tuesday whether it w ill hear argument
THE ROW IN NEW YORK.
Action of tin- llem-
I c in't have In e wool when it cone-s f roiu
the shet-jTs I. w k and put a tariff on I
when it coin-, on their backs. Thcv can't
have wool coiiie into their factories in New
Knulaud free and cnine out of I heir lee
tories w it h a t iriir on the American p-.-o
The New fleet to tie I'n Itoule for t!i.
eat of tlo- Iiitlo nln Next vtttnrd t
Willi f.uns l.oadcil for liiar-Tlte Ail
miiiisiratioii l'repaiititc to M.iki- T!o-Sotttlit-i-ii
lli-pulilie Hear tlie l-.i:.'
S ri-imi nml Lose Her Alinnil.-tltt s( n-
x'oiteeit Xlm-n Ai'tility ill the Nu-.i
lciartiiieut Tin ii-w l'tIitieal.
VAsiiixi.io, .Inn. The fhiti.tn
tiatioii is si.iii.Iuts uround its a t ;ji !
iliseu.sioti aboat tlie l apilol.and its dni -:-
enL plia-es .--.re lie-na palilieiy ;
aiMiut 1 lie t Hpitoi Iiy ii.emli-ts in the LaiN
. and coiumittee r. iotas. Menii'er. as a : i;!, .
; w lien ipiestioiie.l about the III air-r. ! -vl ..
'. to disi uss it for publication until t'... . . r
, re.poudenee m relation to it is made p
f lie or ..eiit to coitures. o-ne inemb' -
have formed the opinion that war u : i
; b the oiitcoine, othersnre vonlitleiit ti.t'
I will lie sill. nutted to arb; rat ion. a:. I
0 hers are of t he opinion that tie' uia;; ."
will he sett'isl ijiiietly through the d'-pa:-;-meiit
of state at an early day. Al! th..--who
have been .'tppriwtehiHl on the matter
regard the siliiatioii as sei ions, and all
1 .ok eagerly for the t o-Te.pondence whi.
will pioliali'.y be sent to coiuiiv ;;ex'.
War Talk from a alie ont. t-r.
"One w eek from t. mii;ht ," sa id .1 ;'!:' ':
man of the cabinet e.-teiilay, -I think oi.r
cniisers w ill l. t.Ti t heir way to ( 'nil: w ii ii
their war tlaus ttyiie; and their areat un-is
loaded for l ar. I hi Thursilay i eXj-e.-r
t he president '. ini.-..ti.v and i oriv-p.:!:d
enee to lio to couore.s. Friday w ir wil'
Im diH-htreil, tor the leisia; i e hrain h of
t l.e u'ovei nnniit wiil only need to know
the fact s t o nut horie I he war iiMj':io.:
as a resolution can he i a-dicd front
end of I he ( 'ajiitol to t lie ot her !o:d i .i o
nit?ht our fleets i:i the Atlantic .tie! !' i
ciliewill si,.,,,,, f,,j ( Noil. u; i-.u
now prevent v. arhut t ft.- .lirr.-nd.-r ! :.
t'hili.tns, andth. x aien.it l.k.-' to u. n-.i-der.
1 In ir I l-hlu III., ...I j. ,,.
"President lialli-oll has hi. lieli.i.;.
bii-o. up. Si ret.-.ry Tracv l-.a. hi. llssi tit. .
Mood up. a : hey are st:pjMir.-d ;, a'.,
t he nielli lie!", of I ije ealii ut t . W iT l a ..1.:-
exception. The pr.--idet!i !..;,.. e- ...
ur- and tl'..- peop.e will siiopor; iii i
I It- ha. d-a.e i-M-n t l.i.ir th;-.t is 1,. : ,;.
to axert war. line a :,:.nv than he uoo..i
have don.- i! t In- i -IT .1 ; . I : i, e i.:, I ion h e! -. a
ln-ar our own sj,.. ii,. ha. i..t fi-.r !
Oltel'llic." Y'le-e v. ire tie- -olii. ii .,
nn-nilier of tin- e.- l.inet who-.- a-h i. .
I.eill soMift ai.d relied UpoM l.v I. e ;
dent throughout. i.e the pr :'.-- . ! i
t'hilian la i it ion.. 'j'iie l..:e.i-
tllCll fore. I'l'i.ii.S-'ii- tile pifse'it ;.l:;.. -.
'. he 'td'll ' I i . i. , ,: '. i- a
Mioi ii.ii..?,!.. ini.-. i-i j .: ...
U t his t ro-.M !. .l.,.i;! i I.- p -a.-ef'i'.'.v -.
t!-l :ue 'i,:.:.'l',s w;d -., I he 'an'o-s
w e:-.- afraid to ! uhl. .tt,i'. .t the 'Ir-I
tinitv ile w:ii ix-uew their .-.
'I'lierefore. tneu.'ier- oi" tl.i. aim-rtnii. i.t
s.ty that t i; i. as . ,i ( ; ;u.e i-. t he:v .-
w. il he f.r ai ! in ini .:. n nu t ue i low i j
II l. e id.-nt in.l.t . -lli.- lime U- si l in k Is
for t hili at.Mi.dous ta-r col.,.s.ii .i l;'-i ir
a:id her au.biiio::. iaa to ali.oTb
South America ai d set herseif up ,ts tl:.-.-.ldile:
ellipire of the .esteril Wol'l t
hili in all Awkward I -sitioti.
A lew of the .itiiatioa w 'dei. iM . r
tiiui.'.l here i- i hat lie Chiban o..o:.i
lltelil is in a ;-y .twkv.avd po.illo.'l a:;-!
can do iiothiiiLT ci-e iha:t . P ;.-
pointed out licit the popular feehi. :-i
Chili rmaiitst the rnile.1 .-state. I- ..) .t, ......
that no lii.iii.r how sunt It Pri'.al.r. :
.M ntr and hi. ministers miirht wish
yield to t he t inted States they weed. i n. !
d lie to do .o. It is helieve.l that lor tl e-i.
to back down la-fore the I tiite.1 Mat. .
would pliinec their touuiiA into a c::i
an'l he defeat of Harrison would mean
thht i'k Republican ptirty was ready to
turn down im president and take up the
Bex-retary while war wiw titill in protrress.
This sort of change of horses in the middle
of the stream would be unexampled. No
one imagines the war would be over by
June. If hostilities be declared next week,
as now seems likely, no one expects the
war to In? over by the time the Republican
national convention meets at Minueaiolis.
Fighting Uuile Lively by June.
June will pi-obcMy find tha Cnited
Stales . squadron in full possi-ssiiin of ail
the Chilian ports, but liefore the brave and
stubborn people of flint country can he
conquered it will lie necessary to carry the
war into the interior and to capture the
capilol. This wi n,,t be an easy task,
owiiivi to the isolation of Chili herself, the
lunji time reiptiivd to transport troops nn.1
supplies thither and the mountainous
and difficult nature of t he country to be
traversed after our land forces aiv mn-e on
litis May Mean IVa.c, ATter All.
Nf.w Voi:k, Jan. ii.-The Hera'.d's Vnl
parai.Mi dispatch says that there ha- Ins n
a decid-d improvi ltieiit in the situation
within the past twenty four hours. There
is now no w.ti talk in Valparaiso union :
t hose w in ise opinions have Weight w it h the
eovei nmeiit. .Miiii-ter .Moiitt at Wa-hin-j-toti
ha. Ii. eti instrtu red to act in the most
cone i ; i a t . ry m.mner. Cnder these iii.iii.tt
tioii. he wiil avoid all dillicultie- tlait
miht b.-itiu a'tioiiT war.
oinie is oilit ion.
;re.s ill Urief.
..'all. lli. -Ill t he hull. e
. am i-.ulisidy and eeoii-wi-re
adoptetl. the lirsl h
.y 1H to the
members ol inii
s.s-ond. New -
d a bill to pii,
t-i to 40 and t he -e.-ond
I lemoeral s and Al!it!tie
solidly for tin- tir.t w ith
atis am! dividing on 1 1
iM-rry ol Illinois iiih,hiii
vide schools of s;ielliii4 reform al th
World's fair. New York city, and in this
1 ity. ."-o.ii l,eiii.' ii;.iropri;tted for each
scheme. 'l itis ',s liie phonetic -p. ibnu
school. Hi;ls were int 1 odu .s to p':ie
s.t't. lamlier. cotton ties, nails, liin liior
twine and allien It lira I i 111 piemen; s on 1 he
five list; to pension wounded "hum
liiiard.:" prohibit inu u.-tmblinii iu .mrieul
tural imwlnrts. and to improve the hai hor
of Oconto, Wis. A. report w:is adopted
uiviiu.' tie 1 hairm tu
clerk, and t he house
or each 1 oni in 1; t e.
adjoinne! to M.
FOUND TO EE ALL CORRECT.
ltitt tlie lfteslalle si-i 1
Hoillil ll-nlle :
1 ; t-. ; , ( '. .n., da
pret ty iilite .1 few mil
Sliernian 11 s i:noiiL,h I'ulilii- Honor.
Nkw Yoi:K. Jan. If... -A .special lo'l l.i
World from j'itt!iurK says t hat Sena: t I
Sliernian was iniervit-wed at that pl.t. c
Thursday nitrl t w Idle on his way to Wash
iti4toli. llesi id he whs very much irrali
lied at his re-election to the senate and
that if he lived to complete the term he
would retire from public life.
1'rohiliitiott National ouvcut ion.
Nkw Youk. Jan. It'.. Notice is nitcn by
order of the i.ational coniuiittee ot 1 ne
Prohibition party that the national con
vention of thai party lo nominate candi
dates for president, and viiv-pnidetii of
the United St ires will la-held at St. Louis.
yiu., J nne J!'.
"I.imi;" .l inesOnt for (tin rnoi.
ClIli'.Mio, Jan. It is slated here I hut
A. M. ' l.otin' ) Jones has announced hou
se If a Candida e for i;ovt rnor of Iliiuoi-.
I Two Killert ami I'nenty Moiiiule.l.
I lili.MXKUii. Minn., Jan HI. A train
' struck a broke i rail seven miles from here
I yettterdny and was din hed. Iiurnin-i up.
On board was : he Andrew- onra troupe.
. and twenty t In ee passengers were wo ne!
I ed, none fai all . Tw o were killed -Mrs.
j Andrews, wife of I he inaiia.;or of I he
troupe, and 1. liie Waliack. of Minneapolis.
No I'rei-eitcnt for tlo
Al.liASV, Jan. hi. -The contempl in
which the three Republican senators have
been placed mid the probable outcome of
the same an-about the only things talked
about by inlit iciatts. There seem to be no
precedents in the letri.hit lire for members
beiiii phieed iu contempt for refusing to
vote. In ISTstbe Kepublicaus tried to pass
a new charter for t he city of Troy. When
1 h- pn-x ions ipiestion was enforced allot
the Democrats left the house and many of
them left Albany altogether.
Absentf'cs lleelareil in 'onteliltt.
The call of the house lasted for two days.
Many of the absentees were adjudged iu
(Miutemjit. and I here were threatsof im
prisoiiiiic nt. Rut linnlly all pitrneil them
selves. Their presence was necessary, be
cause tlie bill was a three-fifths one. 111111
the .Republicans had a very small major
ity. Dunne; the invest ijat 1011 into t he siieaks of t he d -ail duke a
S ' a- 1 . ....
.sew j 01 k aipienuei 111 iss,i a eoniiiteioi ic - m:ule no cm U! es anil out
I lew a Keil I Imk in .rmail.
Rl ltl.ix. Jai . IC. -llerr lb a.ideits. a
Klovemaker w th -socialistic proclivities,
has been sentcin-t-d to six months' impris
onment for fly ini; a rist fla upon a tele-'
VJ-aph pole iu flout of his place of business
in t his city on t tie Oct asion of the aithiver -ury
of the biJth of 1 Jissalle.
V iew ol I ri-li Nf-wsaerH.
Dl lil.ix. Jhii. Hi. The National Press.
(Met 'art hyitej. efenine; to the death of
the Duke ol t liiivnce ami .Avtimliilt:, no
inai an niea 01 royauv oi-sii" Hars i io: i
this trairedy in tinman life, which touch.-.
every one's lieait. 1 lie rivenian s .ioiuii.-.'
a man -.vho
v. lio will b
fused to answer certain questions put to . iuouriietl by all eencrotis and kindl v ne n.
Ti1m hy the twnate committee on cities, i The Independent (Turnellltei savs Umi
For this refusal he was ailjiid.L'ed in enr- j Irih sTmpathy -?om out to the family in
icuipt. ttiiii sun rcinsinc; 10 answer lie vols their (let-p allhct ion.
coiniliitteil lo tlic Ain.iiiy jail
llcalli of Koers tin Setilptor.
RoMK. Jan. (1. R.tndolph Uo-ers, 1 1..
list inuuislied A nencan sculptor, died m -
1'ook tlie Cane to tlie onrts.
The mat ter was taken la-fore the low e:
courts and they decided that the cm
tempt was illetral ami unwarranted. I In tenia v oT pneumonia. He nib born ;;i
court of appeals reversed this ..pinion, but j W aterloo. N. Y.. iu lsi... The carl,, .
the contractor Was not ordered to prism ! ,- ()f ,,is v :ls ,J!x.sSl j ., ., ; ,.
i.Kuin, Wause his term of inipris...,tmi;. ' ,.ursllits ; Ann Arlsir, Mich.. : d
had exjiinsl with the tidjourninent ..r th- iu NVw Yo. k ,.;tv. ,llt ,1P ,.Vent.iab
leKislatmv. The contractor, howcv,-. , raIne t ,,aIv )M.P"nnie a sculptor,
tilled t he state for his iiimrismiiueiit audi
VERY WARLIKE ACTIVITY.
Ititr.-uit I liids lCinii.iil-il ol the s.inu
Times of 'Ol.
So nr. at is the activity in the n-tvy de
partment t h;it bureau chiefs are reminded
of civil wartimes, when oflice hours, usu
ally so strict ly iveaiiled by those in ir jv
ernnieiil en.plov, had 110 mwiniiiu'. Th
lirivate otliees of Sccn-t.iry Tracy were
t hroiiifiit all d.ty wilh naval expert s and
others who weiv sunimiintsl in consulta
tion un the t'hilitu .piesiion. and by "1
o"eha k. w hen t he se. istarv was joined by
(aililires.man Iteibert, of thehoti-s- nav.J
all'airs coinmi; t,-,-, Tracy w as iu thoroughly
unapirmu'hable humor from the results ot
a hanl day's work.
t'o.iferrini; Witt. Kailwtty lc.i.
He beiran tke day with a conference,
w hieh extended int o t lie hour for the Kri
day cabinet meet inii, with President Roi -erls,
of the iVmisylvattia ititilro.td con -puny,
and ('. i tiriscom antl ex-Senator
Sewall. the latter directors in that mi '.
It is understood that the subject of rea
and rapid transportation of supplies an-i
materials of w-.tr was thorotik'hly tlis iis.e.i
and arranoeu-a nls for the concentration of
ammunition at certain bases of supply in
this country pcrfcried.
rial, ol the War Outlined.
Captain Maiiait ss nt the day in the soc
Petary s oili.e am! when he left thebuiid
itifi at 4 o'clock he had handed t.i Tiary
hi- pi ta of operation, in case of war. The
u''-iie!itl .cope oi tin- campaign airainst
theChiliait navy cannot , for various i.a
sous, be publisiied in detail at this time,
but the command of operations is likeiyto
Is ivpos.-d in Ke.tr Admiral t.herardi, at
present i 11 chaiiieof the North Atlantic
station, and there will be two divi
sions, commanded respectively by Ad
miral Walker, who is now at Montevideo
wit h t he so ea!!e 1 sipiidrou of evolution,
and Admiral I '.row n. w ho has had sonic
Xsi iei.ee w it I. I he ( 'Lilians. It is pl-tniusl
to establish oaiinn stations in the South
Pacilic, w hence vessels may sail upon the
ports of the ciiemy.
THE POLITICAL ASPECT.
War with t hili Wo.ilil ftl.-a.i Harrison's
IC. . loin i nul ion.
lifadiui Petiioi-rats in both houses of
eoiiKn-ss do not take a part V view of the
mallei" ut all, b:it say t hat. if juirty advan
tOT is to be Rsitied the DeuiociuU will
not suffer if, with promptitude and pit-Hot
ism. they join wit n the Republicans in
authorizim; 1 1 . ; iiit ies. ladim llemt
trats are n il tin-ninilf ill of the fact tuat
war liel w, en t :hili and the I nitetl Si-ies
would, without much out-. lion, iii.-ati the
reiiomina' ion of President Harrison.
Co.ilili.'t swap liorses Tl..-n.
lit case of w ar I'.lainc's nominal iuti would
)e practically inni-ossiblc, for his success
x .ti i i au. t. i v.-.
from thi. t it y.
lias a sen-ai i.,;i. The principals an' W.
leei -ier, fol'ltwl !v jai!t;e of plv'iate ol tiiot
district, wl... i- a well known yoliiiK .ittor
ney of the Paii-fieid coiinly bar, and Mis
Mamie il. .ver, a iliarmiiiir young woman,
w e.tit l.v and iv-pcet.sl an l a member o
on.- of tin- oldest families in paiii.e! I
county. 1'eecher, when lie was admitted
iotl.el.tr, v.et.t to Newton to pract re
lic met Mi lil.itif and ir is -said to be .:
la-eoflove at lir-t .siht. At'ter a time
oil. i-.-ni ,-. ft:- between Mr. U.(ihi r and
Mis i,:,,ver'- t.tmiiy, and it w.. niider
stood aimir.s- the residents of t he i! leu
tint a marriage which was eXs- led I-.
be -CI 11 1st Ween the couple Wou'.ducvcr
Had a KiulH lo He lSor.t.
Poiiiieal ditTerences was uiven a. ti..
cau.se of the trouble, but ot her can-., w j .
advanced by t he rciiletits Tuesday Pr.
Sinit li w as called to itttend Mis Clover.
A i hild was born and the family was ,-;
lir't almost, prostrated at the news. Tln-n
it was learned that Mi-s Clover had lien
the w ife of Mr. I teet hi r .i ui e la.t sprin..
Alth.tt time, it is said, 1 hey were w .ddi d
in New York, but owim; to the relations
iietwcen Mr. Heeda r and Miss liiuvn'.
fiimily tile marr ia-e v as kept a wnM. Tla
bride jiii.-es.es over Jlmi.timt in her own
It.inior l liat II.. iinprit Is lil.
I.oMmiX, Jan. p;. 'l'he staitiin rumor
was ein tilatisl hist niiit that tjueeti V re
tort a was ill with influenza.
Will He a 4. .-eat f uneral.
Roxinix. Jan. lie I-'roin one end of Cn-at
Hritain to the other un-at preparations are
tx inn made by all classes of people, those
iu civil life as well as those oceupyiim ofo
tial station, to ttive a final manifestation
of their sympathy with the royal fnmily
and respect for it s iilustriotis dead hv ar
teiiditie t he funeral of the late heir pre
sumptive. The evidences re now that
alsmt every city, town and many smaller
communit ies of the country will, if oppor
tunity lavons, be icpivsented by delcita
tions lvgularly appoint.sl to attend the last
Pat'jp.t medicines differ
One has reasonableness, an
other has not. One lias repu
tation another has not. One
has confidence, born of suc
cess another has only
Don't take it for granted
that all patent medicines are
alike. They -ire not.
Let the years of uninter
rupted success and the tens
of thousands of cured and
happy men and women, place
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery and Dr. Pierce's
on the side of the comparison
And there isn't a state or
territory, no nor hardly a
country in the world, whether
its people realize it or not,
but have men and women
in tViem that're happier be
cause of their discovery and
Think of this in health.
lhink of it ?n sickness. And
then think whether you can
afford to rrkike the trial if
the makers can afford to take
the risk to give your money
back as they do if they do
i not benefit or cure you.
Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of the
-Pieiros eiinci Oro;a,rs.
WEBER, STUYVESANT, DECKEIl BROS., WHEELOCK
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, "WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
Ht A fall lire l?o of email Mnttical nrtf rhairtli?e. We have in our emj.ley a Srt-t-claf-i Face fz:,
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wanon Co.,
Manufacturers oi FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAG05S
A fell ar.t cer.tpte.e in-.e f Hat form and ctlrir Sjitirp Wtprr. cr caity nffj. t: ? t:-. .;
V i-tv-rn lT.iiic. 1 1 M-.;;iricr orktrer-Mrt tl i. lluisb . iniiftrt ti ii 1 rn c L.K -applliatioo.
See the MOL1XE WAGl X la: lure putttasiui.-.
rN'CORrORATKD tTJDER THS STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
EOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evcnlnefi from Tto SoVMrk.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Perscna". Co'.
lateral, or Real Estate Security
K. P. RBYSOLDS. Pres. t C. DESKXAKN. rice-Pres. J. U. BUFOKa. t i- f
P. L. Mitchell. B. P. Rcyno'id, F. C. Dcnkmarm. John Crabanuh. 11. I'. Ku ;.
Fhil Mitchtil. L. Suuivn. E. W. Harst, J. M. Btiford.
Jacssok A Hubst. Solicitors.
tW'Begao bit;.i:t-s July S, 1SS0, td occt-pv ire r rnthcast cottier of 3 itch, ll ;!- - -: . s
i-or a vc.jt-i ra Kra r.. i-n.
iw ?.-- --T- a J r trs -r r n r
, a. a . . ... -u. r - . .
ifshiinM II j SLY BBOTHEKS. W Warren SU 'ew York. Prtco M cU.tat-'-Lj
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Bnilder,
Office and 8hop Corner SeTenteenth St . . T? ., ,.L T cl o nil1
and Seventh Avenue, : JtVOCK ISiailu
tr All kinds of carpentor work a aveola'.ty. Plans and estimates for all kinds of bniidui
fnr-nlsbed on apDllcation.
Proprietor of tbe.Brady Street
Ad kinds of Cut Flower? conet&nljy on band.
Green Boufes Flower Store
uaj biock north of Central Park, the largest in la. 304 Brady Street, Pavrn;-- a
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER f
(shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth avenue. Residence 2t35
CTs prepared to make estimator and do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give biro a ir..
Manufacturer of all kinds of
B00T8 AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Ecpairiagdone neatly and promptly.
A share of y onr patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Rok Island. I
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and. Builder,
1121 and 1133 Fourth avenue. Eesidence 1119 Fourth aTenuc.
Plans and specifications furr.ifhed on all classes of work: also spent cf Willct's JVert U- -
Sliding blinds, something new, etjlish and de-irable.
ROCK ISLAND. I
03po2T4Et House Saloon
GEORGE SCJIAFER, Proprietor.
1001 Second Avenne, Corner of Sixteenth Stree Opposite Harper's Tbcat.-e.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
ree Lonrh Every Day - gandwicnes Fnmlstied on Sho t yoi;?