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TliK AliGUS, MONDAY. JAN UAli 18,1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't It)ort, Aug. 17, 1889.
11 )&sSk H
TP T7 L V DVh IT 1 VTYPTi
A Naw York Murderer Caught
in the Act.
SLASHER JACK U T3E LAW'S GEL?.
A STrn-TiimH ('titthruat Kuii to Karth
Jut Uler lie U:ul linishvil One Cory
Job A Ifle-tir Spt-j II ( 111 In the Very
Art i'f Mnshiiii; a Tliruut -vfn Slmilal
.'rimes in l.rss Thiin it Month All 11 H
Victims Drunk when Attarked, but
Only On. Kill.-.l.
New Yoi:Kj .Inn. 1 Jack the slasher,
mysterious imlh iiiu.-il who since Dc-c.
20 hist h;is aniiisfil himM-lf by cuttiing tliti
throats of drunken men with a razor, ami
lias lx-i'ii the terror of night travelers in
the Fourth wanl, whs captured at an early
hour yeterijuy ninriiiiis;. red handed, lie
inveiiiled his victim, a drunken man, to an
unfrequented .street, and tlien catching t lie
man around the neck with one hand w ith
the other he drew a razor across his throat.
He then slunk away, hut an nflicer who
had lieen wateliiuij him for some time,
and who had heen unable to come up in
time to save, the drunken man from in
jury, Kavc pursuit and with the aid nt
other ntlieers soon captured the slasher.
Kille.l Ont uml VVotifulcil Six.
Inspector ISyrnes lias no dou'it that he
has the riu'lii man. at whose door also is
laid the death of John (.'arson, t lie H ilt i
iwire ex-lav(-r, and the dar.rx-roim wound
in of six other men. The prisoner's name
is Henry C. Dowd. He is well connected,
so far as his family is concerned, but his
habits have bint,- made him a social out
cast and for two years, fit l.-a-t, he has" had
no other home than t tic cheap lii'tirine.
houses on the liouciy afford, lie is about
4;iy ars old tul : li'-iicvitl to be insane,
liowd s seventh victim is a man named
William Miller. 4.1 yc-irs ol.l. of :r Wc-t
Third street, who was walking nlnn:
I.'imes street in 'i lirunken -n 1 it ion. Ills
throat was badly cut and lie was taken to
list of the M i-r,.'MIH " ietims.
Inspector liyrnes yesterday vaw the f i
lowiim as the list i,f victims of the man
who has been dtiiiticd by the jh.liee l.u k,
the Slasher." because of I he peculiar
methods pursued by t lie cii:i,,nai: .lolm
II. Kfiin. of ::is Kasi Kii; , t i--n 1 1, street, cut
hy .some pi-i son unknown o:i t he niu'ht of
Hcc. !, last (tliis was I he iirsl case.: Louis
Ijtwsoii, of Albany street, throat cut on
.Inn. K; .John t'lark". of Kliaheth, X. J.,
throat cut on .Ian. icoil'c Williams, of
Urooklyn, tluoaL slashed on .Ian. U: i'A
Ward C'ltri-t jatiscii. a Swede. 1 hmat slash
l on .Ian. 1J; .lohn 'arson, t hro..; i-ut
from cir to ear. found dead .Ian. l.'i. ,
forty l"l-ties ii I In- Trail.
All t la si- i rimes ha)eniiiL; in the same
locality, with the victims all heitu; cut in
the same place, led the police to believe
that one man. evidently insane, was their
author, and they accordingly look extra
pn'caut :oiis to rundown t lie midniclit as
Wis.siii. Two s! ore of ih-tect ives, under the
jH-rsonal stipen isjon oi Insjievtur liyrnes.
were placed about the infested district
with order-, to keep a strict watch and to
follow any and all suspected persons.
The Mliiitell-r nl, a ielim.
Short'y alter-, o'clock yesterday morn-.
iliR one of these ollii-ers, lietect ive'Master
Hon, was standim; on the corner of
New C'haiiibersand lioosevelt street. when
he saw a stran-.-e man approaching him
from the opposite side ot thestreet. The
8tranner liad !i liandkeri hief tied .around
his head which partially concealed his
features. The man came close totheotli
cer, peered in the latter's face, evidently
to ascertain if he was drunk, and then
walked away. The ollicer followed at u
respectful distance. The tnaa haunted all
t he lonely I hoi oiiirhtan-s. and w hen a I
luted traveler approached scanned hi
closely. He linali stood in a dark door
way at the corner of lNinscw-Ii and (I
Ktreets, while t he officer concealed himseif
a little further down the street.
cumstanoes was uncontrollable. lit; said
that he wt nted to kill all the Dutch
men, for whom he was seeking tdl the
' time. The reason for t'.iis was that a (Jcr
man had ra'.ishcd his mother at her home
, in Brooklyn.
Made a fatal Admission.
! The face of the favisher still haunted
him and w In-n he saw a man who looked
like the o te he was pursuing he tried to
"Why die you kill Carson ? lie was not a
l.'ernian"' th ; inspei-torjsaid.
fcI couldn't help it," was the reply, and
then seein his error he quickly corrected
himself, uing he did not kill t'arsou
. Uowd's ro iii w as searched by the police
' who found blood stained clothing therein.
' The sleeve of the prisoner's shirt were
also full of blood stains. The stains were
not new anil --,ihl not hae come from tin
( wound of t:, victim of yeserd:iy morning
The ltuzoi- C.ixes Ilim An ay.
, The razor however, is the strongest link
rotiTieetiiiy him with the Ttturderof ex
lawyer Catsou, of Halt imo-e, who was
found deai. ou C'lustie street l'riii.i
motniiii; with his throat cut. As ur
weapon was found near the laxly the p(,!i !
presumed taat n was a case of murder.
At thl- auto sy on Carson's Imdy the physi
! cians found that the wounds had been
made hy a knife or razor whose eilt;e wat
J s-1 i tr 1 1 1 1 y liii; ;,!. The weasm found on the
prisoner yesterday has u rauued edu'e and
the physicians who examined Carson'
body, w hen shown Dowd's razor s;iid 1 ho
wounds of i 'arson had been made w ith a
weapon like the one before them.
In- of Those I ni-estraineil Lunatic.
llcuiy li. Jlowd. the slaughterer, is an
Knelishman by birth, and is one of the
children of l'atrick M. Dowd. the civil
j engineer w li i was cne-aed in layim, out
i the Central ,iark. lie is well oniiected on
i his mot Iter's side, his mot iter's sister hav
The fce;ht. sort of ome liisc ovcred
Assassin line Hi Work. ,
i-s-ion n mail, w no irom nts staeoerili
condition was evidently intoxicated, came
alone;. The stranirer in the doorway im
mediately joined the drunken man, and,
after a moment's conversation, the twe
walked on together with the ollicer. as Im--fore,
follow ing some distance behind. Tin
strantrer led the drunken m.ui tliroucdi
w-h-iui nurri?i unu Jlltaiiy into .liilnts
BtrtH-t, winch appeared to be deserted. In
front of of this street the pair stopped
aiui trio oiticer uartea into a doorway. He
was not a moment toosoon, forthestrate'er
Kave furtive chmces up and down the
utreet, and then, thinkiue; J. Wa., j,,.
with ills victim, put his arm around tin
drunken man's neck and with the other he
drew u razor across his throat.
The Chase, Mrusgle, and Capture.
The drunken man dropped to the side
walk without a struggle w hile the assassin
oarieu away. J ne omeer ty this time
was in close pursuit and a lively chase fol
lowed. Other odicers were innaUed on
the way and all took part In the pursuit
with the result that at the corner of .lames
and New Chambers streets they captured
their man. The man stritt'uled some, but
a tap from an ollicer's niht stick put an
end to his similes. When caught the
prisoner had one hand in his overcoat
pocket and in this hand he had a razor
enwed with blood.
Made a Confession of ITU Crime.
After uia preliminary examination in
the police court yesterday moriiim; Dowd
was taken to licllcvue hospital where
Clark, the man who was cut on .Ian. 0. is
being treated for the injuries inflicted by
the slasher. Clark positively identified
Dowd us Jhe man w ho had assaulted him.
The prisoner was then conveyed to police
headquarters, where he made a confession
of his crimes, or some of theui. He said
that the impulse to kil under some cir-
in titai-riei Samuel X. Hovt. brother ot
Jess,. JJoyt, he lanious ii,il!i,.,;iire, whose
will was coir est ed by his daughter, Mary
Irene lloyt. All wlto know the prisoner
say they always considered him ins-tm.
and it is said that Dowd as once .-online I
in an iiisaii" asylum from v hie i he e -caped.
MASOe-S IN A TRAIN WRECK.
l'ilti--n lersi,ns l,o-- or lessllni-t, l,nt
Sl-i:,., W is., .lati. 1. The rcfculai
souilihound jiassenoi-r train t hat lefi tin's
city over the Viroqua branch of the Chi
cago, Miiwi-ukee and St. Paul rail.a
tit o'i locks itiirda) moriiiiiu.was wreckeil
two miles hi low W, st by. a small slation
eighteen mi es south of this city. The
iMttftfaire car and one passenger coach
loaded wit h i eh-uates ret tu ning from the
Masonii 'dedicatory ceremonies in this city
were hurled down a I wetity-f.iot embtttik
ment and li teen of the passengers re
ceived injurii s. The w reck took fire, but
by the sitpei l.iiinan etlorts of the rescuer
everybody w is removed from the btirn
Cits lielot , t he flame ( ached t hem.
The "lost severely Unit.
Following i-t a lit of those most serious
ly injured, no ic of whom is fatally hurt :
M. A. Haws in, Viroqtta. scalji wound:
Miss ( lleseti. iroqua. head and neck bruis
ed: A. V. Met licit. Toiiiah, badly cut. knee
injured; .Mr I,. ( '. Doyle, Viroqua, injur
ed about- itc.-.d; Mr, o. 1!. Wyman Vine
qua, head inn. arm injiircd; lissl'. Han
son, Viroqua. nervous prosirat ion; !'. M.
Towner, Viro.iua. injured internally: Mrs.
Julia I'tiher Viroqua. injured about
hips, arm bn.ised: A. .1. Moe, mail clerk,
injured in hi i and side: William l;..cr.
Cashtoti, inji red internally, bttii-cd on
head; Mrs. ( '. VI. Culver Cashton.internal
injuries, scalp wound: K. Jiom-rs, ex pre
liie.seut;ers. badly cut tibont the head.
Matty others r-ceived minor injuries.
A SORE T'HAT WILL NOT HEAL.
I'.rot In rliood of Tt-iiiniiieii t)tliei-r 1
noillieeil at a I hiruun Meetim;.
CllK Ai.. Jati. is. - Daih-oail men from
every iniporta il point within a radiusof
."'' miles ,,j t' icM1,, n.ct at Dattery 1) Sat
urday lULTllt t he.lt the char:-es Jle.ll'lst
the of.-md otli -ers of t he Hi ot herbood of
Iriiiiiiiifii uf i onsi,i:-ji.r with the Xoril
KEVELKY BY NIGHT.
Vigilant Russian Police on a
A MYSTERY THAT VAS A SUEPSI3L.
The Muscovite I ccocqs Mark Diinn a
Nest of Nihilist aspirator. Only to
I ind nt the Denouement That It I
II iiititneil Carousal Highhorn Ladles
nnd i.enttenieii l-n:ix-d in l'ainting
he Wee s.iu;' II on i s a Height rr
million. 15Ki:u, Jan. IS. Hei '.ia society is l i
Ctlssinj; with bated breath a St. lVteis
hurt? scandal to which no one il;.re to re
fer openly. Most of the fifty or more prin
cipals are Russian, but a few of them art
aristocratic ' iciiuans, some of them tl.t
highest oilicials. The St. lVu-rsbur
police recently informed the czar that
many men in his councils ami in Russian
Ouicial life attended frequent nihilist i
meetiiiL?s tit a iiiaiiioii in a fashionabh
street. These s,athL-ri:is were iH-culi.ir lot
tin; larfre number of foreign dip!omatil.,
especially tjernians, who went to them
The visitors arrived between '.) and 11 p. m.
and stratified nway at or 4 oVhx-k in the
moinii!. The. police watched 1'iehoust
week Ix-fore they ret i-ivisl onlei to raid it.
Sure They Had "Smoked" a I'lot.
They were t lien sure t hat a t reiiietidou
nihilistic plot was hatching and a force of
:.llil police was called out to make i. certain
that not a sii-e-l,. participant escap -d. The
police were supported by four con. panics
of soldiers w ithin call and were directed
by Cicnernl Cie-ser and a small body of
detective. The house in which the meet
ings w-re held was suit otMeled by thi"
little body. At tuiduiuiit w in n t lie usual
number ol visitor had b en seen to enter
General (itv-cr. who had learned the p i-a-word,
gained admittance to the li-.-d vi-i i
bu'ie. lie was closely followed by his de
A 1 t tin 1 ni-ris. 1 le 'l,iis.
The doorkeeper was i brown do u aa l
ffajijied, the iaticr iI.hu- w.ts .smashe-l Willi
an ax, and. with drawn revolvers, ih tee
tives and poiiceiin-ii, led hyGein-r.il Gre
ser, burst throne;:!. They w. re astounded
to tind t Lcinscives, instead of i.athcsom
licr proceed inu's of a n-vol lit i nary ineet
init, at ! he open ent ranee of a briiiia::' ball
room, :i!led with musie and dowers and
Kay with the national ,-o!o;-s. ,,,.,,,. i',.rtv
men mid women in liuht, Uowiti Greci in
t'iKt:tr.i - were ihite in ;. At s-oall ta!'.e
in the corners half intoxicated co qia-s
drank hanipa:iic. and in small .riv;ite
rooms a! the b.'o k several mor i'o'tpie
were oi;,:d o ; n". a; atel driii ! . iiii; ireeiy.
WERE- PERSONS OF HIGH DZGP.EE.
The hief stioitii 1;-iii;i e.l at tliel'n.,1-
JOHN M. PALMER ON SILVER
He Ieelare Asrainst Free Coinage Action
ATLANTA, Ga., Jan. 18. United States
Senator John M. Palmer, in a two-column
interview with a correspondent of the At
lanta Journal, expressed his views prettj
fully about the men and measures for th
comini; presidential campaign. Speak
in.!? of a five silver bill, anionic other things,
he said: "for my part I think it would
do h.irtn to the country, and I am opposed
to it. I think the passage of a f ree and
unlimited coinage bill, such as Mr. Bland
proposes, would lie attended with very
harmful results to the country, and would
to a considerable extent divide tne party.
io! a .ooil PHrty Move.
"The--action of the party in comrress, of
course, foreshadow, or presages the Is
sues of the following presidential cam
pai;rn, and I am frank to say that 1 be
lieve thai a declaration in favor of free
and unlimited coinage of silver w ith its
present valuation would cause '.:s to loss
Xew York and all of the east, while it
would tfive us no appreciable Kms in the
west. Tt state it in .stronger te: -lis, 1 be
lieve it would make us lose t he presid.-ncy."
The senator mid that, in his opinion the
tarilT is the burning question of Demo
cracy, and that he would like to vote fol
ity of His Catch.
l.-.tou.ti siir;ri-e and d'suoi
-e ,-r end his prist.neis, i j,,. ;
: he i e-
or sjt pct-siuis part icij tit ;ti
were fu.inil to be men and Women in the
hi.iiest St. I'eie'.-stMiru society. s-ever.-il
t t he wou.cn w.-ve ktio.vn to be ri ivi d
w it li fivoi- at tie- court, and anion"; tin
men were tisjan ollieers of hih rank
ii nd represent at i vc of .ome of t he Jon-in
legations at the capital. To relieve 1 he
mulitai tnbarrassiiu-itt te:utor.i.iii tji it-i-rtd
Greser took the names ami o'.iicial ti
tles ot' the iueiimul the names and olbcial
titles of the husbands of till 1 he women,
and then h'tst ie.i everybody out of the
house. Xo pi isui.er was taketi to jail by
TIhti- nun Method in Their Kevclry.
The !ahiou.ih!c house tit which the
orgies were heid was found to be o'.vued by
a Kussi.iu .leiv who rented to Ihcprin
ciji lis, as the reveler were poiitelv tetuied.
Tin: policeh.nl been deceived as to t he
hat tire of t he u'at heejne;s th.-re by t he fact
that every attendant, entered in male til
tire, for a rule of the society was that, for
the sake of safety, the women mast come
in coats and trousers, liacti carnival was
Uevoted to the initiation of the dress and
customs of a particular nation, tin the
limiit of the raid eveiyt tiin.i; was Grecian.
The Ciar Waves .Much V roth.
ijcin-iat urc..er went to t he cz.-ir w ila
hi n port in the expectation i hut hi
Miven ii:n Vdtial be relieved tuid ph-ased by
the explosion ui the theory of a dynamite
plot. The czar, however, was in a rae
when he heard details of the corrupt ion
prevalent anions the noblemen in his
army. The result of his exarniual ion of
the names submitted by General Gresscr
was that many Itussiati ollieers and of
ficials were transferred to places in the
pi-ounce and that two secretaries of lega
tion were compelled lo take ioiii; vacation.
Two married women who participated in
the Grecian nii;lit have been excluded from
Kaiser I'.illv I nvesl ij;at iiiy.
A list uf the Germans involved in the
Tire at the lTesident'ii Church.
W.WiiNi.ioN. -Ian. IS. People living in
the fashionable section of Washington
were treated to.t diversion Saturday in thu
form of a lire w hie!; broke out shortly be
fore 3 o'clock in the chapel of the Church
of the Covenant, where I'lC-ident Harrison
and ot hf-rs of his official family, liesides a
lar-e uunibcrol' prominent people. worship.
1 he chapel, alihoiifih adjoinim; the church
proper, i separated from it by a t hick vv nil.
and this tact prevented want threatened
to lie a In avy pecuniary lo-.. 1 be loss is
about jd-Vooo, and thechnrch is not injured
except from smoke.
"No l"ii;htiii! at Coal Creek.
Kv.v H i ., Term.. Jan. IT. There was
no liiiht iiiir at Coal Creek Saturday niirht.
It was learned yesterday that the alarm
which was created t here Saturday night
prew out of the fact that some miners on
the mountain near the camp did consider
able sin sit inn into the air, and t his alarmed
the operator in the camp, and he sent out
the statement that the camp was alxmt to
tut attacked ny the miners.
SI raw hoard Will He Higher.
ClllCM.o, Jan. 1. An agreement has
I een signed by all the strawboard mills in
in the country by which prices for 19
will lie HO per i-ent. higher than they wen
last year, and consumers will be compelled
to pay -fin ton for strawlioard instead of
?.!0 a heretofore. This advance will affect
the prices of all materials packed in paste
Iowa House onini it tees.
IHs Mi-ink. Jan. is. The house met
Saturday and the speaker announced the
committees. The chairmen of the prin
cipal ones are as follows: Wavs and
Means, l.ane; judiciary, Chae; appropria
tion. Xorris; railroads. Morrow ; schools
and text -books. Crawford; suppression of
lnlcmpeniacc, J nn e.
The Deadly Coal Mine 'CHRe."
Chatham, 111., Jan. 38. llert AVijrgin
was fatally and si other miners seriously
injured in the Younu roal mines herd
Saturday by the engine becoming unman-
aeeahle and precipitating the cape in
which the men were standing lo the bot
tom of the shaft, 240 feet below.
western railway oihci.ds to crush out the "';'''' "''" ' !' znr to Kmpcror
Switchtnen' i-sociatioii. Grand Master!
VV ilkiiisoii, ( iraiid S cretarv Shi-ehan, First
" iiiiam, aniline nope wtn exjm-ssed m
the czar" accoiniianviti!' letter th.it. ihe
'ice Grand M; ster Monisev o,f the Broth-! "lT,'".,,,'rs Wl,"'' '! punished severely. An
erhoiMl of Tr.iinmeiii. bad U-en invited to ' ""I"11'-4' " ,u '' made into the St. I'eters
artful and an -wet- the charges, but theyj 1,:1,'sC mat t er ami into the night life of the
failed to put in uu appearance. The at- ,;i'r!l" o'licials, whom the emperitr mis.
tendance was i ot large, but verv enthusi - I l,,'(,,s ' "'cmg immoral, as be has show n
astic. t hi
That Mrike on the Northwestern,
several communications and remark
to commanders of garrisons in large cities.
ihe trouble grows out of the strike of
Northwestern switchmen last May when
the places of HJ strikers were taken bv
trainmen on orders of t he grand officers.'
Charges were Made by I. W. Mi-Rogers, of
the trainmen; Eugene V. Delis, grant!
secretary and t -eik-nrer of the lirotherhood
of 1 .ix-omot IV Firemen, and Frank
Sweeney, grand master of the Switch
men's iM nLii.il Aid associat ion, that the
grand ollieers o' the Trainmen's organiza
tion were paid by the Xorthwestern road
to aid the company to defeat thesvv itcn
men. Ihe Ink All on One side.
Numerous documents bearing ou t he
TP.IED THE CHICAGO IDEA.
Mails Kolihed in Sioux Cily slrrrli, J h
KoIiIm-i-s fright ne,l Away.
Smrs I'm. In., .Ian. Is. H.ilurday the
mail wagon on the way to the Kansas Cit .
train was held uji on Nebraska street l.y
four men. They ordered the driver to
halt, and when he w hipped up hisho- hes
they fired several shots nt him, wounding
him in the idmulilcr. Two of the men
seized ihe horses, while the other two se
cured the pouches of registered letters.
Tin; lings were .ottnil unbroken within a
block of the scene of the robbery. A no-
rase were read. As nobody was present to liceman passing bv frightened the iii--h
defend the act if a of t he alleged couspira- waymen and they dropped their booty,
tqrs no action w its taken by the meeting, which wa quite valuable.
Mauv railway o'licials attended the meet-. ,
ing, but took no part in the proceedings. A l.adly s. inched Nebraska Town.
I (iin.KAXs, Neb.. Jan. IS. Nearly the en-
I earful Lavages r the irl.. , in. business portion of this c'itv was
Glens Falls, X. Y.. Jan. 1.--The grip wi,.,l out )V fire v-terdav. The blrze
is making fearfi 1 ravages in northern New started in Flunk lh istol s jewelry stand
York. In the snail village of Cambridge ttn,l soon spread to the Commercial hoUl
eight prominent citizens were lying dead and the poto!lit:e, det roving them Itoth,
at one time. Wurrehsburgh lias lifty cases, together with a general merchandise stored
Glens Falls, Tixmderoga, Fort ixlward, . inuat tuaikct, stationary store, harness
anu .-sanuj lim i re aisocotiteudiugugHinst factory, prain elevator and severl miaor
the disease. M ire than 'J."ill well-known
citizens of nortl ern Xew York have died
of the disease th:s winter.
stores. The intense cold made tho work of
the firemen diflicult and many of them
were badly froztm. Tiie loss is i4o,iioo
with but nominal insurance.
The Oilel-n is not 111,
I.o.N'loN, Jan. H. Sir Henry Ponsoiibv.
the queen's private secretary, declares t hat
Jhe statement that the queen is ill is un
true, and that her majesty is well and in-
kuu.1 no i ires-in ar tile Illlieral oi Die 1..,.,-!.,,, ,.,.i.i.....l;.... t.o
lake of Clarence ' -,w.......
These lloiuls Are i.elllng .Scarce.
Washington. Jan. is. At the close of
business Saturday the treasury depart
ment had redeemed ifcfJ.MSiy.Sion per cent.
An Item lor the I'rohiliilionisls.
London, Jan. is The Rhine wine gTow
crs are making elaborate preparations for
an adequate exhibitions of their prodcuts
at the Chicago fair. Among other features
of their display will bc-J he erection of cafes
where the numerous brands and vintages
peculiar to the lihttic country will be dis
pensed. rush liii 1 ifty.
Christinas Fogtuty vvas an old colored
man cTUidoyed hs sTi-r. artl on one of the
boats iu the revenue service, lie was
white haired and iniirrii, but such a fa
vorite with the officers i h:it tliey retairiPil
him in spite of his ue.
One day one of the men asked ChrisV
mas how old he thought the captain was.
"Well, sah." answered the old man,
after a spell of thinking. "I link lie
mighty nigh as ole as I. sub."
"How nld is that, Christina?" asked
"Well, sail," said Christinas contem
platively, "it must be nigh on, 5tli, to
pushiu til'ty." Detroit Free Press.
the old-fasliioned pill. Too
reckless in its way of doin
business, too. It cleans you
out, but it uses you up, and
your outraged system rises up
against it. Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Pellets have a better way.
They do just what is needed
no more. Nothing can be
more thorough nothing is as
mild and gentle. They're the
smallest, cheapest, the easiest
to take. One tiny, sugar
coated granule's a gentle lax
ative three to four are ca
thartic. Sick Headache,
Constipation, Indigestion, Bil
ious Attacks, and all derange
ments of the Liver, Stomach
and Bowels are promptly re
lieved and permanently cured.
Woodyatt's Music House-
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for ibis county of tin
-Pietros etrjcl Oro-ais.
"WEBER, STU YVES ANT, DECKED BROS., WHEELOCS
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, "WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & YOTEY ORGANS.
y A fall line alm of fmall Mnptcal mtnbsndise. We have in or.r employs f r-t-c"; r:t; t,. .
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co.,
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGOX
A fall and complete lino ef Tlntform and otter Spilrft M'srcrc c-r "' J ;"' t ' :
Wvt-u-rn tratio.cf fnper'.or orkiTBrht itni: eiiish. iihistrttt d 1 iu !
piiIitatioE. Sec thv MOUNB WAGON befote purcLusii.-.-.
IKCORPORATSD TOD KB THE STATK LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 8a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenicee frcm 7 .o s ocfc.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Persor.il. C
lateral, or Real Estate Security
a. P. RSYNOLDsj. Prea. F C. DKXKMANH, Vice-Prea. J. M. BUFOKD. e-
P. L. Mitchell, K P. Reynold, P. C.Dockmann. John Crubaach. H. y. II::. .
Phil Mitchtll, L. Simon, H. W. Hnnt. J. M. Boford.
Jacksoh A Hcbt, Solicitors.
SSTBegun business Julyg, ISM), ard occcpy the fouthcast cornrcf SUM.." Ls:.
"Miii m mi'ii iiiimiimmiii urn imiiiii I 'i i
f I wn
THE POSITIVE CURE.
I ELY BROTHERS. Warran BU Hew Tort Price 60 cta-Llii
B. F. DeGEAE,
Contractor eind Builder.
Office and 8hop Corner Seventeenth Bl. . . T?.,,.!, lrsrt
and Seventh Avenue, AVOClC IS'-1
Hr-AU kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plana and estimates for all kinds of tnutS'"'
furnished on application.
Proprietor of theBraJj Street
AJ kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
G7;"5?e.?- . Flower Store-
'" "i central fark. the largest In la. Si Brady Stn-.-t. P'-
Manufacturer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND 8H0ES-
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and prompt.y .
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue, Rfek li. E-
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor eind. Builder.
1181 and 1133 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth aver.e.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work ; also seent cf Will-r'e h:
Sliding Blinds, aomething new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK IsI-ANU. VJ.
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1001 Second Avenue, Corner of Bixteentb. Stree Oniosite Harper's TUeit.-e-
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Citrars always on Hand
Free Lunch Irery Day - Sandwiches Furnlshe- on Sfco t W