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THE AltGUS, FIUDAT. JANUAK X 29, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
,1 ' j&32?f
Seems to Have Run Afoul of
the United States.
; age to aiti im lMlt-c ins im.r, (i:inuii
the house iu a had ivav, lmt It it the speak
A LYNCHI1TG IPISCDE IN TEXAS erall ri-l.l. tltu-hter. C'ro) two.n-.Mis
were left for the jas-ai;e of lni'.s in.tlt-r the
rules reiom nended by the minority, one
Finds Its W ay Into the Supreme. Conrt 1 by the trraet of the eommitHe on rules
InterestinK lttail of the Case roint ' and the othe hy riders on approjiriatiou
from the 1 liate on the New Code ol bills. He was not opposed to the former.
Rules for the House The Humorous hut the latt. r was t.i.moxioirs. inicon.-titli-Man
fro,,, Mississippi Raise, a I.nch tio!1',11 fn,J 1 'nerous and the majority
Over the Chilian Inriilent Census I fig
ures on Mortgage Indebtedness.
Washivotox. Jan. Z. Argument in a
case of some romantic and leal interest
Was concluded in the supreme court of the
Unitetl States yesterday. The case is that
of Eugene Lio;nn, Sam Wapuroner and
Marion Wallaee, plaint ilTs in error, vs. the
United States from the United States cir
cuit court of the northern district of
Texas. Briefly stated, the case is as fol
lows: A familv named Marlow, consist-
ing of five brothers and their mother, led j
a nomadic life in the Indian Territory and
in Tex is. They were arrested near Gra
ham Tex., charged with the larceny of
horses in Indian Territory. Being indicted
and released on bail the family settled
near Graham. .
The Inevitable Mob Appears.
One Sunday the sheriff of Young county
and his deputy visited them, and during
the difficulty which was started by the of
ficers Boone Marlow killed the sheriff.
Boone escaped and the rest of the family
were placed in jail by their bondsmen. The
feeling against the Marlowa was very
strong, and a mob visited them in jail and
attempted to lynch them. The mob was
repulsed, but two days later, while being
removed for safety to another jail, they
were again attacked, ami two of the broth
ers were killed. Kach of the men killed
was shackled to another brother.
Made a Itrave Iefense.
Standing back to back the surviving!
brothers kept the mob of twentv men at !
bay ami Jinally managed to iscape by sev
ering the feet of thedrad men to which
they were shackled. Two of the mob were
killed. The surviving Marlows were fol
lowed and again attacked, but they ob
tained safety ia a jail in a neighboring
county. When the men were attack I
they were in the custody of I'nited States
marshals, and the point at issue in the
case is whether I.n-'.in, Waggoner and
Waldo, indicted for the attempted lynch
ing, were guilty of conspiracy auainst the
United Slates in attempting to take pris
oners from the I'nited Slates officers.
What the Cn eminent AVants.
The government seeks to have this ques
tion decided aflinnativcly, so the case may
he tried iu a I'nited States court. The in
dicted men contend that they must be
tried fur the murder in a state court of
Texas. The uestion is a mt interesting
one, and has attracted some attention iu
legal circles. Solicitor General Taft ap
peared for the I'nited States and Mr.
Jerome l". Kerby and ex-Attorney General
Garland for the plaintiff in error.
ALLEN CRITICISES THE
A. Humorous Speech from the
Washington-, Jan. 28. After the gen
eral debate on the new rules had dosed
yesterday Allen of Mississippi got the
floor and referred to the Chilian imbroglio
in a humorous vein, lie said that his ex-1
perience in the civil war had not daunted
his courage, but it hnd made him decided
ly more cautious. Laughter. Some of
his Confederate brethren seemed to feel
that their patriotism was somewhat im
paired and they wanted to repair it by go
ing to war with Chili. In Mississippi if a j
man were to open a correspondence with
another and then publish his correspoml-
ence before receiving an answer lie would .
IMi persona non era; a. lljingbter.J
The Proper Thing in Mississippi.
Among Mississippi duelists it is not the '
proper thing, when yon have sent your ul
timatum to your adversary, to rush into
print and give your side to the country lie-
lore hearing from the other side. Iljaiigh-
ter. lie drew an amusing parallel of the '
consistency of President Harrison bv reeit-
Ing the fact that a train had been held for .
the chief executive on Sunday until TJ:b) ,
a. m. in order that he should not break the -.ir.1.0,
i. l.;i . i... ' At
ciiilu i tti i Hi. (mi ill" ii i', . lint; iiirinnu
ment pruning tillice was encngtilaH ila;,
last Sunday in priuling the president'.-
DISCUSSING THE NEW RULES. J
Remarks ljr McMillin and Others Reed
on the Alliance.
Washington, Jan. 2!). The house yes
terday continued the debate on the report
of the committee on rules. McMillin was
the first speaker. He, of course, favored
the rules as reported, and was particularly
igorous in his demand for the adoption of ;
thatclausa that provides for "riders" on
nnmnriutinn bills Si, eh a r-lu h.,l !
ee- t - - - ......
saved the government much money in t he
past, he said, and would do the same again.
Keed was the next to take the floor. He
declared that the "rider" clause was un
constitutional, and t hen proceeded to pay
his respects to the Alliance members, w ho
had given him a "turning over" in Wednes
Have Good Real to Learn.
He stated that the members of the Alli-
anoa party had a good deal to learn. Mi
noritiea were not always political mlnori-1
tias, and a large portion of the business of
the house was conducted on non-partisan
lines. Tho Alliance party wanted to re- j
deem the country and make of it a great I
and glorious people, such as the Alliance j
men themselves. (Laughter. He advo-1
catad the reference of bills by handiug
them to the sneaker, which would save
time. The morning hour, as provided by.
the committee on rules, was a death trap
for legislation, and where a member could j
filibuster any mensnre to death and send
it to a place more musty than the.tomb
U. R. Gov't r.rTJort, Aug. 17, 1889.
01 tne t npn e:s. s3
tritiitsm of the ew Cotle.
Ki-fi rriiiu to a sjH-iiker's prt-ro.uHtive, he
Fniit no speaker hail ever lieon overrule'l
save speaker pro tempore, who liwl ma.'.e
a wroiiji di-cisaon vliiih the house sus
tained hu1 then afterward- ha.i t Ije eiuir-
MUUiil UC liITtl. lesiMiiisiUll.-.
Snme li:ve and Take Remarks.
McMillin r.iiiietl to Keed and said that
it was a happy fact that the latter was not
in t in1 chair; t Ik,: his party was in a hope
less rninoiity. Cau hi.'ms closed the gene
ral (h'Uite f.i the majority calling atten
tion to the fa -t that Heed, as speaker, had
counted the hats in the cloak room to
make a riuoru-n,
liced retort l that this was only one ol
the nunierou- falsehoods which had Imh'H
Uttered against him. patchings replied
that the ex-speaker had explained thii
matter to the -ountry over and over again
and the country had judg'Nl him and had
passed judgmtut upon his explanation.
ANOTHER MORTGAGE BULLETIN.
Some Knortnoiis Figures from l ive Statei
of the I , lion.
Washinctos. Jan. 00. The censusolTic
has issued a I nlletin containing there
fcults of investigating real estate mortgage
indebtedness in Alabama, Illinois, Iowa.
Kansas and Ter nessee. The bulletin treats
of them by mea is of percentages.averages,
classification an 1 comparison as follows.
During the ten ; ears of is-so-ls;) the mort
gage business transacted to incumber tht
real estate in thse live states is represent
ed by l.iC4.i ."!' m irttaires to secure an in
debtedness of ",0"',Vtt,0T4 on i;s7,:s.if.i
acres and l,."i0X7 lots. Au existing real
estate mortgage debt of :to.;.i;;;i,.Vji; hn
been found K-ari ig interest rates varying
from an average state rate of f, per cent, in
Tennessee to ht cent, in Kansas, and
subject to an int rest charge for one yea?
amounting to..;, ."io."!,; '.
W hat lelt M as Contracted 1 or.
In the seveiitet n counties in w hich the
objects of indebtedness were ascertained,
from .'U.M to I-.'.:;.' per cent, of the debt w;.s
incurred to securf purchase money an. I to
pay for imp -o nients unconnected w ii h
kuv other oi.jeots ,f indebtedness, an f
from f.ii.i;.' to tlL'.us per cent, of t tie debt wa
ineurred to s.-cu -e purchase money, p; y
for improvements, invest in business, and
to pay for various articles. A decline of
I nearly 1 per cent, appears in the average
rate of interest paid on the mortgages
during the ten ; tars covered by the in
vestigation. In Senate nttd House.
Washington, .inn. !'. In the senate
yesterday Hale made a long speech in
favor of reciprrx it , and show ing how f:ir
it has been successful in its object ami
what was to be ex; ected of it. Vance said
the speech was a i-ood argument for free
trade. The Iji Al ra bill took up the rest
of the session and t he senate ndjouned to
Monday. During the session a message
from the president on the Chilian embro
fclio, declaring that Chili hail made satis
factory explanation, and that the hcl; . f
congress was no loi.ger necessary, together
with the latest correspondence, was r, reiv
ed, read and referred.
The hi use ilnishei the tfe:ieral debate on
the new rules, ant! adjourned on' of re-
RfM5"t to tlit- memo: y ,f i he late Kr-pivs
' aue .--piiioia. 1 lie ;resi,u i,; s ..,..si."
and correspondence scut t here.vali to en:i
' gress was read.
Tlie National llimrd of Tr:de.
Washington. .lai . At i he n-eiing
of the National Board of Trade .. cle!i!a .
resolutions were ad-tpted akiisv, ungri-s
to establish a unifor n bill of lading f.ir
interstate commerci, and favorini: -iie-
rniirnige" charges fni failure to p-om:; ly
unload freight cars; favoring sub-ides to
ocean Vessels ciivaLcd in foreiirn cotii-
l merce; favoring recij roeity; looking to the
format ion of an intern it lonal board of trade,
a meeting for that purpose to be held at
C h,f-i.,"1" fl1' on" mi i form com-
Jl,e"-,Hl - permanent census
,"lr,'i'": n he establishment of a naval
r""rv': also a l-U-ral i ppropr.ation by con-
;tuu narour improvement.
.es:n!i a -o. font channel
from the lakes to ti e
cussed and aiioeated.
At 1 ant ic wus di
Kills fnr M ,iiii:ii.i,
W.wiW.'f.A. .l.in. :-J -The house .,-
nut tee on t ne library .e-terday oriien-d a
favorable report on he folhiwiug hi'iK:
Appropriating Vi.tKiO lor Ihe erection of
monument in WasLiuinii to the memory
of Major Genera! Isr. el Putnam: iVnuu
for the erection of a m mumeiit to the hue
William Henry Harrison, at North Bend,
O. : "J.-.iW for theerec ion of a monument
at I'ut-in-Bay. .. commemorative of Per
r5';s victory; and fci . for the pun-hast
' certain manuscript papers ami corre-
f , i
hpoiidence of 'i hernias Jefferson.
Suit Against the I'llinib Kstate.
WasIiim.ton, Jun. A suit of equity
has been brought by L'ouglass (ireen and
Arthur Batemau, in Iiebalf of the assignee
of the linns ol Green o. Batemau of New
York and fiateiiiaii t o. of Washington,
agaiuHt the estate of the late Seat(r
Plumb of Kansas, for a total sum of K4T.
principal aud iuter-st. for which the
late senator became hablc through his
subscriptions to the stot k of the Atlantic
anil Danville railway.
, "a" -pointed t.. West Point,
" asiusgToN, Jan. '-".I.--Cadets have been
appointed to the West Point Military
academy as follows: Cabaune, St.
Ijouis, (Seventh district Mo.; Koliert K.
Frith, Kaukekee. (Ninth district), His.;
Walter K. Stokes, Lincoln (Fourteenth
district). Iils., and Christopher L. llan,
Burnt Prairie (Niuteenth district). Ills.
liED WAR IN MEXICO
Garza Promises to "Come Oul
AN ARMY SOW USDES HIS BAOTEES
With Prospects That Tno-Thlrls or tlx
Mexican People Will Rally to Him Tl
Rail to Open Next Monday, if tht
Weather Is line, and Our Sister R
inihlio To Re Rallied injure, Perliapt
A Stai tling Sttl-y.
P an Antonio, Tex., J.t:i. 20. A dispatch
was n-ceived here last veiiing fro:i Del
Kio. Tex., sta' in that Gar.a is now on t h
Mexican side of the river near that place,
and that he is at the head of aa army i t
from 4..".oo to :..m w ell armed and niouuii d
Mexican revolutionists. Bands of lroin
twen!y-;ive to Imi are joining hint eveiy
Viar to i;-gin Monday Next.
It is iiutiier statel in the dispatch t':a:
Garza means light, and that the i n st
desperate w ar Mexico has ever know n w ill
K- oMmd about Feb. l.by anattack l y the
G.ir:i men on the town of I-as Vt-jas,
located just across the river from Kelrio.
Mexican People on His Side.
Gar.a has another band in the S.-mt.i
Bos a mountain country of from l.tjoo tc
2.01 V men w t-11 armed and mounted under
cmmaudof (h-ueral Francisco Salos, and
it is a well known fact among all the M x
ictus who try to find out anything about
the trouble that Garza will have at h ast
two-t hints of the entire Mexican txipula
tion on his side when the proper tim
comes to show up, which will be immedi
ately after the first tight takes place,
tircat Kxvlteinent on the Rorder.
Yesterday eight y-tlm-e Mexicans in one
band, well equipped for war, headed for
the Kin Grande to join Garza, passed
through Sonora, Sutton county, Tex. There
is great excitement all along the upper
part of the liorder, not only among th
Mexicans but among the Americans as
well. Band of the revolutionists meet at
Sonora, Tex., daily and organize. Tiny
are not molested by otlicers of the law-,
and are permitted to proceed on their way
to Mexican territorv.
A HUSBAND'S DEADLY WORK.
He l alully Shoots Two Men in RrTcnc
for Retraced Honor.
SofTH OVAH.V, Jan. 2i. John Kissky, a
boarding-house keeper, has for some time,
suspected his wife of infidelity, last
night he unexpectedly returned home and
found Thomas Williams and Henry
I-oiiaril, ljoardet-s, in her bedroom, the
former lieing iu K-d. Kissky at once be
gan shoot ing. I'onanl received a bullet
in the head from which he will die. Will
iams was wounded in the back and is in a
pni-arioiis condition. Kissky tried to kiil
Lis wife also, but was prevented by t he ar
rival of the police. He then tried to sho. t
himself, but was again foiled, and is now
1 sed a Light Near (.nsoli:,,..
Nkw..;k, x. J., j;in. -.ii. Frederick
St heringhanser. Is years of age, working
iu B rias" plumbing shop, at "washing-up"
time went to a corner where a barrel ot
gasoline was stored, and drew a little up
on his hands to remove the iron rust, lie
deposited a lighted candled cli.sn by dur
ing the oper.it ion of washing. Suddenly
there was a terrific explosion and the boy's
hair and clothing were burned off and his
eves ..mil face sunt red severelv. ProUtbl?
Wasn't n successful Watchman.
W;i Ki si: i;i:k. Pa., Jan. it'. William
Benninger, hearing that the body of his
sister was to tie taken from Ashley ceme
tery, kept vigil behind a tree in the grave
yard for two days, armed with a shotgun'
Wednesday morning he became uucoiu
scions from the cold, the sexton of the
graveyard rescuing him ere he was
frozen to death. The grave was subse
quently found despoiled. It is not yet
known whether the grave was roblied ot
The Iowa Legislature.
Dts MulNKS, Jan. 21. Many petitions
were presented in the senate yesterday fot
a law, limiting the amount of wages
subject to execution to .M. A strict party
vote ordered t he print ing of '.i) copies fit
the governor's inaugural address1. A
large numlK-r of bills were introduced. In
the house the Morris Australian ballot, bill
was favorably reported. It is a Hcpub
lican measure. The senate resolution to
appoint a committee to prepare a plan tc
relieve the supreme court was adopted.
Adrift on the Atlantic.
Ni w YfKK. Jan. it. Two of four dump
ing scows w hich w ere blown out to si a
with Ihe tug F.dwin AVebster early on
Tuesday morning were found sixty mile
southeast of Fire island a little before noon
on Wednesday, and were towed back tc
the Atlantic Dock, Brooklyn. . There were
nine nearly frozen men !i board. A tug
and two ot her scow s with eleven men on
board are st'iii adrift, aud tugs are search
ing for 1 hem.
llfHl:-!, t a Vi ti, nun.
H.IM.FH I !. Mo.. Jan. i;l The elcs
tion contest of.lu'.iis C. Fischer against
Mrs. Annie W. Baxter terminated in tht
circuit court Icrew heii the court rendensl
a decision that Fischer wus not entitled
to the oii'w-e ol lounty clerk of Jasper
county, as .Mrs. Baxter received a pluralitj
of the legal vtr.es cast at the last election.
J udgment w as iveii in favor of Mrs. Bai
ter and to recover costs (lf Fischer.
Cut His Throat with a Hutcher Knife.
Danvii.il;. Ills.. Jan. 2.. Yesterday
morning George Kcutnmerle, a member ot
the firm of Keiunmerle Bros., butchers ol
this city, committed suicide by cutting his
throat from ear to ear with a butcher knife
w hile cutting steak at his block in his shop,
in the presence of several customers aud
one of his brothers. lie was H4 years old
and unmarried. It is believed that he be
came suddenly insane.
( li telsnJ In Siik t Ann Arbor.
ANN AKiioi:. Mich.. Jan. 29. The com
mittee of ii.ei.i.t tie,.:.;! iijciit. w hich has
leen working mmiM riousiy for some tim
pa.-; to seel. re the services of e.v-Prcsidcut
Cleveland for the aunuui oiauoaon Wash
ington's b:ri ;:,,;i y. ;.,ie a! last succeeded
in their el, v ir-s. Although Mr. Cleve
land has no! mniiH.ly accepted, it is ex
pected i;.at ui: v. ni u.i -m iu tiie course oi a
Fired Ills Home and Perished.
NAsfjvii.i.K, Jan. i'.). Thomas Bell, aged,
22, years, the insane sou of K. T. Bell, set
fire to the fa.-nily residence yesterday acd
perished iu the flame'. His mother uigt
lowly est npe-.l ilea: h.
S nail pox is epidemic among the Chi
nese in San Francisco.
Kid Harris, desperate all around crimi
nal, has been arrested at Chicago.
The coal producing companies of the
east.have advanced prices 25 cents per ton.
The London Times bus decided to re
place its Walter piiutiir presses with Hoe
An engine blew up at Newcastle, Pa.,
killing live men. The bodies were horribly
The New York senate has passed the bill
appropriat ing -. ,uud for a slate exhibition
at the Worid'.s fair.
Joseph F. Di nohue, the champion skat
er, skated a mile in . 2-5 seconds, beating
the world's record.
The Pittsburg Post people have applied
for a nc.- triai of the cimirial libel case
won against t hem la-t week by Senator
Chauncey M. Dcpcw celebrated the twen-ty-f:fi!i
year of his connection w it h the
Yandeibilt raiiwav system bv a banquet
to his fW, lids.
Sir MoivU MacKcnzie, the ii-nowned
Kuglish pay-it hiii, is dangerously ill with
brunt-hit is. M,,cKeii.ie" speiiaity is
iiss Ho:i!iua Went worth, daughter of
the late lion. John Wentworlh, of Chi
cago, was married al Brooklyn, N. Y., yes
tt nlay to Clarence W. Boweii.
The liftet-mh annual meeting of the
IlliiioisSiateli.tr association is in session
at Chicago with many distinguished mem
bers of the legal fraternity present.
G. H. Miller, a farmer living west of I Hi
opolis, Ills., woke up and found his wife
lying dead beside him. She w as 00 years
of age aud had biva sutl. ring with the
Hev. J. K. Flack, a Chicago minister, is
trying to beat the saloons hy gjving coiTt-e
to those who want liquid refreshments,
free of charge. He semis his coffee round
in a wagon.
Three men and two women, member of
au American missionary party in the
Congo Free State, huve ln-en murdered to
gether with seven native convicts. The
mission buildings were burned.
Chairman Wall, of the Wisconsin state
Democratic committee, says that Hill can
not get the Democratic nomination, but
will not say that Cleveland cau. Bethinks
some western mnn Palmer or Boies has
a good chance.
Clara Barton says that all hope that the
United States w ill pay the expense of tak
ing grain to the starving Russians is gone,
and she thinks the fact is a humiliating
one. The east, he says, should raise the
money to transport the corn, and not leave
it to Russia.
THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE.
Officers Klected and a l ight Over Send
ing Relegates to St. Louis.
ClHCAi n. Jan. ?.. At yesterday's ses
sion of the National Farmers' Alliance
convention. President Powers delivered
his annual address, and the report of Sec
retary and Treasurer Post was read. The
latter revealed a deficit in the tn'asury,
and the fact that many local Alliances
were in arrears. The election of officers
resulted as follows; President, D.
F. Havens. Washington: vice presidents
A. K. Bronsou. Illinois; W. A. Kelsey,
Indiana; J. II. Sanders, Iowa, and others.
Secretary and tu-asurer, Adolpho
d'Allemand, Nebraska; lecturer, G. K.
I-aw-rence, Ohio; assistant let turers -W.
H Belle, Iowa, and M. it. Brown, Penn
sylvania. The meeting is sx-ret, but it is
stated that there is a strong opposition to
sending delegates to the St. Louis conven
tion of industrial organizations.
CW-vrland Reclines to Tnlk.
New Ohi.kans, Jan. S'.-Mr. Cleveland
was seen yesterday at Joe Jefferson's home.
Orange Island, and asked concerning the
letter which it was said he contemplated
writing announcing his withdrawal from
the contest for the presidential nomina
tion. He positively dec-lined to answer the
question one way or the other.
The Farts In the Citse.
Mrs. Singerly Vi".at made your hus
band so angry this morning? 1 was look
ing out of my window and saw hiin slam
the door liehind him when he went out.
Mrs. Wiuterbloom Why, you see, lie
received in the mail a bill from his tailor
which he has been getting regularly for
Mrs. Singerly Why, then, should that
make him so angry?
Mrs. Winterhhiom (uneasily) Well
the fact is, in the same mail was a little
memorandum from my drossmaker.
T:i iJ:c train
of diseases that follow a tor
pid liver and impure blood,
nothing can take the place
of Ur. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discover)-. Nothing will,
after you have seen what it
does. It prevents and cures
by removing the cause. It
invigorates the liver, purifies
and enriches the blood, sharp
ens the appetite, improves di
gestion, and builds up both
strength and flesh, when re
duced below the standard
of health. For Dyspepsia,
" Liver Complaint," Scrofula,
or any blood-taint it's a posi
tive remedy. It acts as no
other medicine does. For that
reason, it's sold as no other
medicine is. It's guaranteed
to benefit or cure, or the
j money is refunded.
j . j.j.K . .
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county cf the
-Pi&iiqoB gtrjd Oro-arjs,
WEBER, STU YVES ANT, DECKED BROS., WHEELOCK
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, "WESTERN COTTAGE and F4R
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
0TA fall Hn tlso of small Musical merchandise. We have in onr employ a rM-t lap? PluoT'tc
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full T.i complete lire cf ri-tform and otter 5rirc w rr, eFf daily trsj -re tc t: c
W esiern ttntie. tf fu; crier woiIr rMt f i d f i irh. idtiftn Ufl i riv Lirt itttei,
Plaiiatiuu. See tte MoLlNS WAtit N btRre purthasici:.
INCORPORATED UXDKR THE BTATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK island, ill.,
Open tlsi:y from 9a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to S o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
I. P. R5YNOLDS. Pres. T C. DEJJKMANU, Vice-Pres. J. M. RCFORD, Caia'.er.
P. L. Mitchell, S P. Remolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crnbangh H. P. II-';
Fh-l Mitch 11, L. Simon, K. W. Hnrst, J. M. Baford.
Jacksob A Host, Solicitors.
tVBecan liu? int-f. July 8. 1t0, and occupy the southeast corner of MitcU-11 4 I irt'n
Superb New Trains
n inc. ruoi
V -ta.Vv..4rXT BROTHPT?5. n Wgrren
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
Office &nd Shop Corner Seventeenth BU . . T? , T, T 1,-
and Seventh Avenue, AVOCri Abiails.
Wil' kins of carpenter work a specialty. Plana and estimates for all kinds o? buUdiLi-i
fnrnitaed on art l'.catifn.
Proprietor of IhelBrady Street
Ail kinds of Cot Flowers constantly on hand.
Grren Bouses Flower Store
Que block north of Central Park, the largest in Ia. 304 Brady Street. Davecpo-..:. '"
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share ot your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Roek Island, LI
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and. Builder,
1K1 and 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and specIScatlons furnished on all classes of work : also aftent of Tiller's Patent las
Sliding Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND. IU.
GEOEGE S&UFEB, Proprietor.
1601 Second Arenne, Corner of Sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper's Tteatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Citrars always on Hand
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