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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 186.
The Daily Aegus. JOHN W POTTER. Wednesday, December 8, 1886. "If it was the tariff which this year re duced the democratic majority in the ilniise from forty-one to sixteen, what was it in the elections of 1832 that chang ed a Kepublicau plurality of twenty to a Democratic plurality of seventy?" Senator Cxhdkb, of AVesl Virginia, declares that the West Virginia legisla ture will return a democratic United States senator in spite of the election of a number of independent democrats ho are claimed to hold the balance of power between the old time democracy and the rcpuDiicans. 1 he senator lseountinz up on a re-election, and says thai the s-mail majority iu West Virginia was due to the fact that it was an ell vear rather than to any widespread dissatisfaction with PresidentClcvcland's administration. TllH CRIMINAL RECOIH). MURDER AND SUICIDE AT THE TIONAL CAPITAL. . The AVashinton correspondent of the New York Sur says: Col. Jtim Baker's amiable exploit with a Missouri reporter is accepted here as a diplomatic notice to the Washington correspondents of what they may expect in the event their treatment of him may at any time f ail to square with his view of mutters person al to himself. The effect bits been electrical and pronounced. Xo member of the fiftieth congress is assured of such distinguished consitU ration as Col. Baker. He has idieady been voted by newspaper row a selnlar and a "etillemaD. Johnny ttune, u Notorious ;-oitiog 31ml. Kills His Mistress anil llimnt-ir -rapture of Abbey's ltot;tH .ltelli Kilicitle ol Wealthy Kullltlo M.in A 4'lii-.v; Wife Mllltlf rer St.-trv,l,; Ililtl.sell. WAMmntTOiM 'ity, IVc -Johnny Howe, a notorious eumlil r and natron the r.lf in? circuits, Monday nuiit shot met instantly killed Mimre li.iymom., his mistress, and llt-.n iimrie.liately tor.k his ce.n life, with the .eilne weai-'ii. Row, who lt.i.1 u ru.l.lv fn.-e and prematurely r;iv leer ail I urns- Iccee, etiiiie ori-iin.-tiiy lroni tioslon. tiew-is well kneuii ainorg eainblers !.ja Maine Texas. Minnie R.tyiiiOlll Uct.-. j vi.enall itie townao I tlie i:.u,t h autil'iil .1 ner v.j. , ll-'ii ill litis env. 11 -.we ui.-i te liei-aoriiiii alee 111 a ttous. ..t viailie an-l last sti m ; s. Ie r .( a- ill.- mistress ui an siai.tisliim lit on ! stiett, s(l, Milne 5 l.ct.i for furniture. Tlie taraj ij'ial r.-i uns starteil l.y Iter tt ansteii iiu Ik-i- afleetiifiis 16 another man. AN ARTIST DEAD. James A. Wales Expire Siul.leiily la at New Yolk liestauraiit. IV- - I, 4. I . . V - , r.w 10e.1v. i.-. o. ,iaiiK- .-e. . aies. ntio lias s-i well known llir-iuen hii; ar tistic work in Fuck, went into John T tltiei! tier's luueli-i-'jimi. L'l'i Isrttadvvay, Mon-lav morning. lie had tieen there some, tinie when h- ornnlameil of bein very tire,!, ami I! Snici.le of a Wealthy Man. lii-WAi.o. X. Y., Dee. s. HatmUon lUkson, a wealthy y.-une; man of tills city, wiio has lieen 111 m i:ty scrap el !;ite, imiii taitt d suiciie Monday 110011 l.y taking -ya-iiile of v..t:ie.ii;rn. A rhort tune n;;.. he lll.irri'-J a .o:ieeii.-.-i!i's 1I..11 ;iitcr, bill was I'iaeed in all msine by his, Tnreiils. and afler I em:: !v!-.-as.d retuse.l to li.e -,i;lli lies iviie. Sl.e br-.uii suit a-ain-t his nio:hi-r for ll'ht damapi-s, an-i n-amst y.-un liickstm for neii-siipj ort. At'orry is supivoi.d to have tijr rv-aoa for llieaet. Oui-Nirel-Kail I'irnles. e'tiieiiro Nws. Considerable sururi.e and n. little .I;s, cii9ion have been caused by the purchase of Ul.tltkJ tons of English steel n.ils t,v the Chicago, llurlington A; Quincy rai! road company at a cost of but below the pi ice of American. Addinir Uie duty of f 17 a ton to the price paid and it would ao pear on the face of the transaction that the company was paying 2 HMor jll 5(1 more per ton, duty included, for trie British article. It transpires, however, that the manufacturers in England --the Barrow Hematite company - p ud the duty. Still viewing the tr.ms-u-Uou iu thi-. ne .v light, it is a severe rcileclion on our boasted tariff on rails, which was m s,, largely reduce their price, that the for eign manufacturer is able to sell them in competition with our rails, which ait protected by the duty oi over lot) per ccr.t. There is another aspect, of this enor. mous tarill on steel nils whu h tins t,-abaction lays bare, (some two or three years since the wages of the wo-kti hi uie American rail units were Urelv reduced, on the plea lint the mills wen working at loss. Yd Congrevm in Scott, in a speech made at Krie. i'a dating the Into canvass, said lint a oin who made it lis boast that he was a British subject had ma le tf !,3iitl.(aiil in r year, as his share of the prolits ot a 1'ittsbivrg steel miii, and that he was building a castle in his native i and out of profits mad- through a tariff osier, sibly for the protection of American la'o..r. Congressman Sc-ttt might have addi d that the heir to a British title, who is ai-o a British subject, is one of the principal owners in a steel mill not a great dis tance from Chicago, and which is divid ing enormous prolits on the investment. It was said, in addition, by Congressman Scott that a certain Pennsyliania iron and steel concern had for " some tune been debating whether ii should dcoiaic nil eaiin oiviuenu OI it 1,11, Kl.l M 111 ou n nominal capital of the same am it. Now, while our farmers arc fighii.-ig Indian wheat competition, which cheap English rails are intensifying, is no: the legislation which aliows our sitbsidi.ed steel rail makers to plunder the public of ten millions on thD pretence of protect ing American labor, siinplv legalized piracy? Ii hiiielaniler In Tronhte Airnin. SB Vmk. Hv. n.-W. C. Hhmelai:.ler as a: res;,-i an 1 io.-k.si up al tatawan. N. . M.'n.fay, r.r lareiy lit removm to N. w m)-- eertaitl no Is waieh fn l l- vu t-;.-d by a ;oei ! as s-. eurity for payin.-rit h t'.i t I'. n iM.-ir-it s--riee-. i;!iu:elaiii. r t-s a liil-r u t:ie w aiiiiv lv.-tl e-t.;te ovin ia; f.uiulv ..f that nun.) in tiiis eity. He lis liiiniiy iav.verlvo years aipi ami iiari-owlv -sr-assl lwr, sevat to an insane i.V li s rejji! i S. Killeil :t Prisoner. I in.-! i n i, fij.s s. l'rit.oner Vtorgt it. M. Watt, known r.ittiia die walls oi the Western is-mteniiai-v ,L- "No. H'j;.;.' M..11.1-U-eveiiin ass-mlt si several of th- j-rison . tli cials with a shoe knit'., au.l was -!j..t in t'... pn.in by U.puty tVarden McKean. He . i -1 from his wmin.is fiK-i-lay morning. Watt haii-il from Jetrei-s.ni county and was -.-i-y-iiu- a nine year's sentence for h'yhwav r..b t !-. A l;,-vetenl Cnlnrit. 1'1-KI.lN, IVv. The tr.al ,1 . l!. v. 'i'l e,!..re Keatinu-. v. ito under liie -tn-e , l a oeiverted farh-.ftie iiri.-st, inu-..-.l nisei itie Ke. l'r. r.iinkel, ttie lYetestant ;ir.-!ti.i-:i. p of u!.:n. nn.t many p rs.,n, of importan.-e in I i-..testn::t e'mi-eli euvl-s. an I wi;o i rluiived with biamiujr money nn .-r fais. lrvU'H day. os an 1 v,i ... is, oils e -.-I in lit- ei ijiitu d . tirt t i was To. att--n. . u.n lie ts II i a I A Vife-ti:r.l, r.r la. t'H!-.vi.. IV. -11 -urv . Wif.-tlUll.t. lee. elCe.-i Tlte-.l.! -txlu c . f i,i s in,!-;-, t.er, fasr. II I v -:y w eak and e.ua. :al.-l at, I V j .e-esse t III i,-v l-jMies n, h-earsj w!,!,j. r i j "Y.-ll w.mt t..p.srv, y..il .e.lI...' llf Ki-.-.-t cvuii.iied linn and e.a. iu.lel njw.i a t:;i'i-1. r ,-i Jhhh I., the insane nard of trie J "-1- i;vl . ht- . ae ean be h tUr ot.serve I. AUt.ey's I;, actis Agent tapture.1. Xkw ..ih. !,;. ,s.- j..i:n K Seh. ffle, J:emv h. ...oi, y, aitner. s.o.t M ndav 'duht that Mr. I'rr, li:e mana.er ,.f il'e AAiv f or. had re. eiv.s! n di -patch ft', in the ity of M.Me,.. -;,y,e- 1 ,,,t the ie,,lU, had ui! rsoi attsl Marcus Mayer, Tain's .-t. van.e spirt, ai.o lmd sm.ll-l lite SI. tein I.o; ! teriv 1 cat oi llliies out : ill, :d bs of M. n captured Tension I!iiu I'lteotliicpd. Wasuinotov City, Dec. s. Tliro- gen eral pens on bilbi vere i;i!ri"llleisl in the s -ii-atc Tiievylay by Iugall-, providing tint f... the tf.tal less of an eye th eoverimi-.nt shall fayf:Vi a month, and that there shall lv m interference in a hurher rating by r.v. on ot rank, and for partial loss of sisht the rating shall be pii.p-.rtion.at-; to ii t a month 1-..-total loss of sieht; that the rate forl.soi a hand or foot shall be Sril n m-iilh an I i! the loss shr.il 1m within six inches of the elixnv or kneo joint or in sueh other wav to mako equal disability the rat-- shall b S t a month. The third bill rep ats the limitation of nrrearafrr-s. Tli lluty on Iron fire. ashin-oton- City, Hw. .S. I!pP'Mt fives of all the prominent finm and as,, via lions in the eoiintr)-intereste-l in th i:ii:.r tation or production of iron ore, were at tfs ireas.ny inrisiay at a fiearin us tti the m.nl- of ussi--sin ituty on iron ore. Kiliesl l.y a School Te.-uh. r. "i.Ri XA, Stieb., !) . s Theii.as M .1-r:--.n. h -n ,-it Ib-nd r-:on, in this .s iiawas se . . entity, ietende.l toa.iiniiiLsr.;- a b-.-atin te l-'re-l .l.lyn, tile t--a 'her of the township i:.el. f..r puni-him; M .rrisen'sso't is -v.-relv . a "! v.eiil u tee seliOe'. Tu- - i tv ni-: .oiii; and t : i .losyln that Ite v.n- :(t .it t.v a.Iininister the same tica: t te idiii .l.-i n di . w a i. -'A. r at: ! si.,.: M.-n i--n -i.-.l. A Ylhi-liy Kolilf in ill, r.M k.t. IIISPC. IVl.. lie,-. S.-K-llllU.-l...!le. I'irCittieM t..V.twtiii. v;,s f..ii:..! l;,i-,t I,, coiiiiii-y re el Jl.ei iay iove.-e.l withsn.jiy and in-ihltT iyiii on his in-e. rl--w asre niove.lt.. hi-hoin- itn.lO.-i th-re M aiday mormiij. '1 l;.;iuh -t-iies wis kne.wn as a .strong temp'Hinee man. a nalt.lv- tilled was f -ua 1 iu his packet. He lii! tr. n. v, msK-y l,eii leaves a w it.- on'l s- A Itejeetevl f-tiv i-'l I;l.,-IKI D. HI eilt -lohtl I-'. ('.. ., oi H' the ll-i-i Srre. al tile !'.--;.l. nee , r Kills . ilee. Mel ie-lt'l v.. ballets loe .s install. in". pr. e; k .. -it., i i-s L. ii.-i jU -t r j el :ii lit Minieif s - SI. reus 1 JAMKN A. WALKS. pslied permission to lie down in a rear room. He soon eallel to Sir. S-iencer that he could not sleep, an.l a-ked him to -vet him some l.reiiii.le ot -vtus-Hiiii. An enneeof thednis; was pns-und. all of which, Mr. iSisjiieer HililKs, Jlr. l ales t.wk. About J -Mo clock Mr. -S;'neer notienl that be was lvintr with bis head in an unnatural tvvsit ion. "What lo yeu want to lie in that position forT lie iske.l, ami attempted to nlace a oiilow under the head, w hen he found that the man was lent, cv.ronyr Sl--seiuer was called and certitie,! that Mr. Wales' death was duo to heart trouble. Sir. Wales was born at Clyde. Ohio, An-. Ml, 1SS& He has donr oaitonn work on The t'levelan I l-ender. ii-tiiik I'sli.-'s iilu-trat'.sl newsieuter. I'uck. a i.l was o:i. ot tiieloiliid-rsof T h- ,ln,l.i ANOTHEri MEXICAN OUTRAGE. , -lewisli Hal.lii Arreste.1 ami Knl.l.ril of His Money. t--.but :s. Mx. lie. is -A special from i.i i ;.-o, it s., say-: iues.Iay mornin-r a man ait-iv-d on the Mexican Central railroad fro::: chihuahua who tells a tale of outratre in teat city. 1 ne man is the Kev. T. Rappa- p.rt, a Jewi.,1 rabbi, and m ill health. The Jew idipe. ple of this city raised money to scnu mm to the l,ity of .Mexico, w hem be says he lias brothers. Sir. Kap-vaport says hestopp d oil' at Chihuahua last Friday, and alter l;..:ii- about the streets for a tune with an Amen, an they returned to tlieir hotel. r-ssn ait.-nvard au oih,vr canw in and ar ' s,, o ei:ari;iuir luem nil l'in.-i-..v.v- ;" i-ts. an I took themKdoro a magis trate. Sir bappaj, err says the ofiieer went tnroi,.;h his p. ckets and took away W. He :.....uv-l h..p.a,k-:-s to the luafristrate. who th-f. up--n disehar,' si l.itn.but kept the ffs.fei e -ts." 11 says tile American refused to pay anytiiillj; at:.i apii-ale i to the AluTicau con stil.ir ae -nt, who mi I he had no authority ivvoiui o.nmiereiai atlairs, s the Am rican went to jail, where he now h. Consul iiil...to wm investigate the main r and re port to ihe -late itejvu tmenr. ""-St -lerivuis llisappai -Hire. lil.AiilMt, I'a , ilee. s Uflbo Arnold, ....ot . . vear.-, uis;ipiieartsl Irom in- luitr m tll.s city last Wccn-itl-n- morii- ll. mure wmeh t.iue no traes" of him has ti.-t-n l.uiiiil. tie is the son of Wuiiam A. Anion, ii.pul.-l to be the richest man m this city, lieleetives have bs'n at work on th? ease, I. nt as yet no clew has l-een ol.iain."J. iu tin i iierview air. Ai tio!-l.s:.i i: 'd can not b iievj my u.y f.-ll int.. evil bauds, to hold In n t-r a rans an 1 w uld in that ca-e put lnv i'oit empliatically d nvn on any such cr.ine. iliie may have been taken to New V. "i-K e.ty, he may have sought slielter at ' '"it is-, i ne not iiunL any liarin has e-inie to hinl. and now since his picture has Us-u sent to a nuinlier of towns an ! citiej 1 am iu the hope w,1 shall so--n hear of Ills whereabouts. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Ko checks fop lvi?00 or upwai-d, unlasa certified, will in the future be aceupted on the San Fraueisco st x-I: exchange. There are in sij;bt ry.l,.Vis ;,-.i bu-hels of wheat and 11, os,i55 bushels of corn. Since last repa-t wheat decreased l:t.-M7 busbels, while ejru has ineieas.-ti oltl.Tiiil bushels. Al Titt-bny, Sloniay. Harry SI. Johnson, rAiampiou spr.nter of America, was do teatetl lu. a liio-vanl race by lieorge H. Smith, who covered the distiimv iu U!4 sec onds. John IC"ck & C-., furiii'.iire .tlealers at De troit aud Ann Ai-ba-, 31 eh , are tiiiaueially embarrasse.l. an 1 their stores have been closed for th prcuvnl. The liabilities are placesl at ".'.h,'l There vere s'lini.l fr u Musk-'eon. Slieh., during the yetir eiidcl Nov. :M) 4.'I,.V.i.i,tliHI feet ot lumuir, lli 'JU.o.U lath, and i.svil, 1g5 shmirles, l-e-i.les lar-' iri tiititiei of pick ets, ce lar Jts, an.i stab.. The I'mteil St-i'e.. sii.e.t-iue court Monday atliruieJ th division ol the lower court, m the case of ker, the .ietati'.tm ; cashier ot Vreston, Kean ,V Cc. of chicai;o, now ser--iii a sentence of t -a years at Joliet. - Tile snow is twenty seven inches deep at Aslievillc. N. C. The rvw.fs of ihe Asheville Tobacco wo k. the Shelton factory, and ot l)icks.an & Watson's wholesale provision house have been crush-si in, entailing beavy losses. SIr.i. I.ucine Slatlis-:i, metiuT of the vic tim c-f Thomas J. Cluveriu , has w ritten to tiovernor Lee, of X'iriniti. asking that be permit the law to take its rvau'se and not in- t -riKise U'twcn Citiv-'riui and Ihe execu tioner. Kiiss.-ll (ioolwin, az-sl sou of o leof the leading cott -n f-u tors, shot; an I killed Thomas Haltou, a younj; nf n, ui the ro tunda of a hotel at Stetnphis, Tenti , Slonday afteriitxin. The lvporte 1 c-au-eot the nmr tlerislhit the Metuit lia'.r.eet a mnrrlc-i sister ol tio. drt m. A iiarutyuc woman a Alirou, niiio juiuiieti littinlier b.'i Slondav to render aiii lo heraltendanl. a you:: ' e.;-! a ise cloth- ine bail eaui;ht lite, au I tliu sav il her life The azl woman l-.ro. her paraix.-i- for tht moment and seuutsl sreat y unj.i ...,si by hei woa-lerfui xoloit. A. J. Cunuinjit- .i, au attorney, who wm Uepubhcau si.e,t'v"r of the b. u.-e at Colum bus. Ohio, in lsil'.i, was Slou.lay al Cincinnati susp-nded froai raetice lor thirty day:- foi uuprot'essitaial con.iuct, au.l order-si to re store money within ten days that he had im properly disposed of, or In? permanently de al San Francisee Failures. J San Fraxcbwx, Cal., Dec. tt TIm Ban Francisco ininiBg-st ck exchange held us session Monday. R. iMmsmore A Cft, F. ft Gray, C. E. Anderson and Fred P. Franks failed Monday. Tha liabilities of Dunsmore A; to. are a'JO,u0; assets about the sam amount. , Mr. Daunciw of tli tti m hss several Imndred thousand dollars' worth of real estate. 1 he liabilities of C E. Ander son are l u,()OU and bis assets are nominal . V. frankes liabilities are estimate:! t&Xi.OUT). liarily ltall. I'roliil.ile.l. 1'HiLAiiEt phia, Dec S. Archbishop Ityan announivs mat un ler tne decrees of tne Ba timore plenary council, balls for charitable purposes are prohibited. The managers ol the annual Catholic charity ball, for which arrangements had been nearly conmleted. are greatly surprised and worried over the announcement. They had J.ased the Acad emy of Music, and hail already re eived sub soriptions amounting to over fo,000, thou; the aftau- was not to come off until Feb. Ul Baw Bull FranchtnriiSoId. rmsm-Hii, fa., !Ve. IS. The franchLses ot th Allegheny Hase Ball club were sol i Mon day by the slionff on an execution for ;iO. 77K This sale is sai.I to divest al! claims of tho original stockholders upon the club'i proierty, and the deb for which it was sold was created by money to the extent of $29, 1M0 loaned the club three years ago by V. A. ivimick, li. K. firown, and E. C. Con verse. The lliiftalo fommoc Count-il. 111-FFAi.o, N. i Dec. 8. The commor council of is7isa tie, and Slonday Aider. man JnmiwnjHep) broke bra ie. As aJ resun tne iiacturert unib is bein? wab'hed wun mucn soiuituile by members of hi! branch of that body. In case lie is not abk to twjout Jun. 1 the Democrats Hill captun tle orpmiization, roiibisting of abuut tw dozen ot!i' ( s. Kra:i:-!u !;, left D.'troit in pi .tcr-ss ytn, ivotlt'd b j mtrustod with the duty oi in Hi juth . f tho llct. liarretl. T-n propeil-Ts, Slunday morning throe lenvbcal. crushing iiie tv Tih? ('.vit-;, ti:e nlii-h wvrt eiimc-tel with it-, iittercii ant! sj.irKiii m in- iris;tit Miuiiht, (.rtf'iitin he iti'tst U-nuhiiil si--:ie t-v.-r wiliisI on the iMrtHt uivr, Tu v.-.s-s -ii arsd carp were valut-ti at I,t'-i.t(ii hi. Ihe IScttiimitl t.-r.i 4't.mpitnr. Nkv Yt'KK. I -r. v- The Yuionil Op.ra company, w hiv-: tuk- tl;e p!.- of ih? Aitu-r i.a-i )jH.-ra cumpat v, is i.ier;.r,itwl imtl-i ; the hiws of N-u Jerse y with a -:j ta! i'T ."!!ttftt 1'arke C'.iiuin y pnid.iit. i'-i.-ii,! i, Thomas vi.ti i r lent, and U'au.-. ion IZ.i 't-pi i . ,, un-r. Mtv. Tfiin!--: Wdl liave tile s ,h, Ut'U'.ral ."ii". i" sh.- lias " ?:.'- over tii- An.- :, t UM.T:l coin p ,i j Th. ptii-jH-se of IU, ciiaie of nam.- i lX'lu-vel, is to u!:t.-.v t e muie iu the ddlVr.'n! c. more of an inU-r-st in tiie : p.;ibl.' uu lr the VM ciia: ter A Sttel IMant at Cfntrnlia, Ills. Ckxtualia. Ills.. I ec. 8 The commitu- consisting of IVesitlcnt H. 31. Warner, fcuper- juifuiu-nL ii. su. jionKnous and the lion. E. S. Condit, sent east by the nail mill company to contract for a stwl plant, has returned, having made Mich arrangements as will in sure the putiing up of a Haul here at an early date. Action Again! the Oman! l.fne. LNDO?f, Dec. S The attorney general Tuesday tiled an action against the C'unard Steamship company Iie-auHe ot the refusal oi the captain of the I'mbria, one of the vessel of that line, to take on board his Vf-d on Saturday last three bas of mail matter d-s-tinetl toiu-rica. tJueiiH, the '(iinp(iiiiii, 1 li.u.TiMoitK. !Vc. s -J.ihn t: fautou- c iin- iinn, di.-1 Ta-:. i t ii U"' a hiL'i'i'.n : liln id. til reo i L 1 K f'-"v-.; 1HK. I" iK T1I..WA WOHTfl ITS WEIGHT 1H COLD. .viueri r.inniiui;er, iovin"ton Kv . was afflicted with catarrh three years. He s.ivs: 'After tryin'' everv known nateni i - .... . J i .in ine which I saw advertised, none u which helped ine, I tried Paiiillun (extrac ot tlaO Catarrh Cure as a last resort. has made a complete cure, aud is wnrtb us we ini in gold, l will sttye vou uther references from parties who have bei n lured. It is no experiment, bul a posi tive cure. Lare;e botth's fl till at II II. PeSaiilos. L2 NO FEE!! I EoTi3u:uDii!;i. 1 i86Su. ma, um&A Chicago, ill. i Clark St. li-j S-nlar, OM-rstaMishciI " is ttfH trti!:; xrttl tit jrt'3t:: SKILLED SlCSESy -j-LXliiU- . YOUNG MEN. MI0DLE A6E0 MEN cl.-V.y - oi lie ai eh or i'lepnv ar ir; le d,.,ii i;rz. . 01 '!'!' , ..e; ci eic r.ive t e..-.i.i-.v..-, ne: tin elueas f, ii.,inc apen in.? hceu of tran.,;ri::. i, &t t.V latiirc, tieuld . on-na ifivr tel. i-- ji, ,1 IT f oner. Hnuan ! Nnvntw diwa. , wah.vut dr-ainsi or .iel.iiite a.i.l t,... ,.i power irrate.1 scicmilkaK 'bv i ni.il.e.i. -h er Uihll? tn-erv . .-.- 1, .! what you have l.kra or -who tiMfaileu .Lcri. -Th-terrlMe .,..1 't..... bad blood and .kin disease, tiniokiri, VltZ', ho".m""y. Hcmemher that ils one I"7 '"n. ii le elrLte.I cr a irtaied, ruraes the ptnB I .-aid umiB 1 1 --in annaraial H.vri,.,, a without himir.in.-e i 1 ,,r v ... K'th S.'SeS COl.Sllll eon fiiten. tll.- .... .. e eirlnnee iiuii... h,,n. A !,,'. r.,IIInl ol cure Cueil in e.ely case umi. i laki u. c jSnn'erer ire.-:, , -is. History .iTid Kvmntmn. .. -. . Cases solicited w'hith h..v-r bika to cuW fS'BHl-nv1.imn. . .. ....... . ... ' ' ' iT v.i.ru. on v....!,-, ..friTOu at,, ., li,nt.. . i.a.ll es.IS11.riVA .vii1..n.Hl.,l. to study your own fa.e. 1 eiua.a., or Dy letter, rree. I Vee.el. ti e . 1.1 ' li,..., TI,ou8.l,cur...l. ,,ll.PnH i l : J vate. s-Th.;v- r.,nte,..l,i ViirVr.K.' . ' I Ir,C!atke,s celebrated K.,i.ie, Male l en,-,!. itc, hota ;.(-..,.,,. ,i n,..., ...... ' ase consult UK.rf.AICKK. X tn.,.ai. i. i.."-:. e may save future sure rin .,,..). !. ... .n .. j .' years to i.fe. Me. iir.n. i ie--; ele-v-iv'e ' . . V exposure. Hours, 8 i,. S : hu:i,!.-,v.. , to,- ,i' I-. O. CLARKE, M, D,, l86So.ClarkSt.,Ch'caKO,IU i-y I y wii I'ea 1dr7price SjTJ I NATURAL FRUIT PE Fl CT SEND .ANDY i n rt i . v UDot. udiiims - - - .. . JM IfgH Tor ff&ffM Tor I .ANJJi : - 1 I it'. K .iryrilliK. j 'm Pishes l1!!cs UllcmO!jUlli &PautitH5u.iidr-v! i. fnmmw ,rtlhg)aaa Hase ball has been introduced into lb i nTMiuit. msHue asyium tur Uie pbysica and menial impr.ivemci.t of Ihe luinates UMiinry cm i:es lo ba jkiny than we-- ..ol. An Anaiebist's Olejet ti..n.. ruil.UKi.l'lll, TVxv H.- Tbe Vailed U i.r party mei ui e-ajventton Jba'dav and a...pi.. a plan id pai iy nmi-nt and a peill.-.rni. read Iiie s, h .d .-I (i. Illili.ii. ;, 1'KimiA, Ills., He,-. S Tl,e Cinilliltee ine Lentrai Illinois coal p.vil met tlie dealer: at iKHin Tues.lay arthe I'.-irla heiise The ii:v- ei.jev l i. tne llll'l IO lie lO tDtll a r -ai oreanization and k--ep iifi A coniimlte-' was a'.p int.-1 te plans f. it an ,irzani V '...a. THE MARKETS. tbe pisivpa draw up n a i.l ie Anarebir t.f ;.i. in ! the word ballut is ti dress .f si bo s..uei. t. diaa me lav rk- llilllSell IV:.; H-! !-,..! 1, 1-raiu an-1 .bv:eie It was .1, e' e rs the resolutions were In mteucu "He l eli, ve in the f uher- l and the brotherhi.i.l of man" et.vl to 1 y IVlee-ate (inrniseh. a.i I is sirieKell out r.y a vote Mr. (.orruseb also ol.jeeled b. .iii.y in the sentem ;f,at tl(. ae oiiiv method by whi.-i, t. "it nil I p.litle.l ri.-vaiiei-i is to , st.ine siione.int.v: "liHi'eare 1..1-, "esi.l s the ballot for the re I (m ,1 It i'-al ami wvi.il frrievam-es." a lid, however, not to ch.-.nee tbe On tile hoard . Were 1., loli.o os-lie.l '.7:ri. ; e V. ' l.,-, cloM-d 7s!4-. r '.lie. el...l I", i v'.C. Cl.M'l ; lesed . .. (,., ri ini.ia : e 1 'UiC !! .1.1 -I I lo i ..-11, (.tiSS'l'lllll- I,. llli'llM.'.NO, ' ha reiui io in ill'' C -UrtS 111 til ooli.tenin il fob murder of Kami! Ve! i:as l.cn a!: e Keit.s. i t I lee. s er.'ere into iVl.se ,.f ' balu sl ..c, 1 I,. Maibsot d tor. -I i ! rlere. veruor !-. the . nr.. el J. I 1 1 : verb is, l'oe. lo, (.,.- 11,. . O rest!tC as Senator I.oen 111. WasHUifiTiw City, Iiec. s. Senntor fran is confin.sl to his bousi' Willi rheuma tism, and was not able lo attend Ihe o;. nine of the senate. NEW YORK'S ALDE'MLN. Mysterious ami See re I Meetiiu; of th Members of the lloar.1. Nkw York, Iiec. -TV Times Tu-s.la alU'ceti that there was a mysterious meetiuj: of memliers of the board of aldenucn 1 ate Saturday afternoon. ;.f. on hour when the city ball wan des rti-'l and when no reporb.rs were around. The following ineiiilj. rs were present: I ('.Will I .n - of tho iudiei, ., "iKl lers"). Ii..nr.ett, f.jrcoran. yjimi, Fiiier aW, Hinver, Karrell, ?.I.mev, l-'ern'ui. Htmsieker, I ins. M .-nninger, and anollier Th.. y sneakeil in o.'io bv one, a; .piiet'v a.-, !ssible. Th" sh e! r th; al.h.rm.iire cbsmbiT wen. drown down an 1 the eras was lighted, but turned ilovs-n 0Wi so a8 ,,, , noticetl fiom the street, Nolicsiy ku-.v what was theobj.et of t lie nutting, nor w ha wastlone. Iris said, however, byatreiitl. man familiar with r--eb sul.j. e:s, that ll-e famous "combine" d "scriboil by Pull v and Kullgniir as existing in IsM, has its pris.nt successor in the .resent Imard. There are a lorsre numlier of railroads seekiurr franehi-.e i and the franchises are . as valuable as ev.-r! All the nbt'Tiii. n named above vol.. I, -iov. .!, i. p.i:, over tup mnvor'svobia nio- ntion gr.iutiue ri,-ht of ,vay to the Twenty- r.iM.itli anil Tweiiiy-nintii street, cross-u.wn railway. The Fislit for the ( haiilnliiriea. rvPuiNiiKiELD, Ills., Ilee. 8. Tho ISprin;;- uei'i i readier union liel.l another storn ncsfl'on Monday nisriit an.1 iinai Jy decided th : question oi who sliall in reeouinieiiileil for tho chaplaincies of tho houso and senat i Tbe resolution ta indorse tho Itev. fL o Post for chaplain of the senate and the Rev D. S. Johnson for chaplain of the house pro' voiced renewed opposition liom tire l'roiiibi tionisbi, who did not think il proper for the Union to recommend any o:io. Dr. Johnson tinally withdrew from tho race, in favor of the Kev. Francis Springer, who hail the support of tho local Grand Army jiosts, niul the Itev. Post on J the Itev. iSpi-iurrer wer. reconnneatled for appointiue-it. HOSFDKD'N ACIII PlflKPIUTt In Bilious Diskasks. Dr. D. Sehaub, Muncie, Ind., says: "I bave used it in cases of bilious disease, and the results were all that could be de sired. It is Taluable." Short in His Aeeounts. Ihknton. .Y .!.. l"o. T. -I,. K. (lert.s-h. eeneral aent i .i- N- vv ,t, ;-siy of the work ineiii 'iis Is in he, a! societies, was arresUsl .ibai'lr.v. cbarosl Mirh .e:n ?";,ml:i short iu his aeeouats, 1 le was talo-n lo Camden and held for trial. ti Itec-iverslii.. 'se. r-.lnd. lire-ibam Ttic opiiiion iii the Wabash re- hel.l that bis curt had It Ihe VI alia I'HIi-AiiO, !'". day debv r. d hi eeivershiji jurisdiction nut ihe pr.,ierly in Illinois and lb at the Mis,s.,uri courts had not, ami that it was his duty to remove Ire two .resent re. -elvers ami aps.iiit. anollier in their stead He ill .lis,i2rnat. the new reeeiyer at a fu ture, laie. The jli d'eaiso ealjeil ntu-nf b- ii.aiiv sharp praeliees ,,( C.iul.I, llirnpiiri-ys, l:u-s.-ll Sau', ami llilloii. He said ll.ey had undersold Wal-asii st.s-k, and, I. -iii- ou tin t-.veciitive coMllintt.s-. ,le,.i.., to have a le ceiver ai.p.inttsl, ae-1 h-id on-1 of tlieirown men (-i:t mto the position. T.. hue tbe plir.-Ks e lil.n-s ll a:i ! Ics coad iil n s lluilie n js bad pluiel. r.sl the i,oa.lh.,,,.rs. .... V. Soelil.-ii ilei.lli ..r a riivsi. iau. . r.Al.nv.-Ki:, Pee. s.-i)r. A. !'. Krich, one ..f l tie facility .J (be Colle-.-e oi I'hyaieiiiiu, ! uad Sti: 'coik, dj.-d of ninplexv alius ri-si. I'm , in ihis.-iiy, 'ru.-.hiy, ao.d i'J yisii-s. l.r was mdi-.v known as a wriiei- ou medi al oal.j-.-s. 4'4mmt on Strike. SrtiuiH WvjuoimI t; f'os siuys, a,ot fifty m niiiobfr.MCTit not on a strike Tucl.t trn I to .. cents pci Tlu r-w SuppiHol To JW I.o-t. Asi;i ky J'AKK.N. J., Dec. s.-The .1 r.iii:-;.' i :n.n, r ,),thM J. Lm tf w Y.rk j caTiic :sh.re aM .t-ti-k Tii.-s.i:tv inorning j ' !u-s.-ivin statiwii .o, tw. tw.t-u S.-ab;-i-lif ;-n 1 tin' Ili-lilumls ,.f Nave snih. V:h -.Tu t wa niiiniii very hili, Imt lie creu ui (;e rati suycij-'u in H):ir,l barl. Ii is sunprtsil that tlio" crew wvre swept oVi-rUxir l in the lienvy seas. An Aftvtl lAly Unrned to leath. iiAiTivoRK, IVe. s. ire fxvm re.l earh TuAstlay morning in two frame buiMins -in tiiiKiw stre-.-i, near 1'rcston, whu-h were de stroyed, toeth.-r with ail the furniture. The ptneo rest ii i tinrU'en iers.ns from the bmi'lin, but ouM not find Mrs. Ann Pock aed 1N yeai-s. Her lio.yt burned to a crisp. was, HiM i me ure, nuna in a thinl-story room. '""'l H 'lii M'v, rl-f. M':4.- -ke.. l:er. o;h-;h i1 it i m-ii.iri.iE, inai; -i.iii'iai . ..; t j I J. 1 ar : Kvru noMiinai. I -ti tt"! in.nt ili- 1'ni -n "-.k y.- mi e:n nt v.--i . r f-'i v.. jir."t-. br,( Uiwcr; It hi i i.i lis. i.l'.i,; r Pec. 7. i- .Uitrtti.tn . - Diivintte r u;ir, i ii-iu J iry. n;Niie.i TV'. I- iv'iil..-r. ;n.nei' 1. January opt'in-ti , try. f'N-it(l hik: !i c.-ittii-'r. opv-Tu-fi ; li'ii'.irtid: .!.Tnu;irv. I 'i. I'.'.'h - lie.'e: -ci ;!'l.sr) iKi:i -1 nu red 811.15 se I Si.J?s iiaiuiir in our oittcial cup-icily as m.in Jits of ihe Plymouth hospital com tiiutic bun asked to lest and piove the i ficclivcncss of many different articles to lie used as disinfectants in sick rooms and as preventives of infectious fevers report that Darby's Prophylactic flui lias been thoroughly tested dutins the recent Typhoid epidemic in this nlace It proved most t?llicucions in stavino bt spread of the fever. t. i; . Armsthonu. 8. M. I"vemvirt j . A. (ii-p. o m. Lam e, Tiios Kkhb, Jamks Lee. Jr. Two Italian sawdust swindlers robbed a Xew Haven peanut peddler of $iv,4 bv offering him a chance to malic 2o,(nk out ol nothing. Care of Liver Complaint bov a Falls. Hardin Co.. Iowa. June H. lHsn. 1 have been usini; Allcock's Porous piasters tor four years, anil think 1 could not pet along without them . For a lone time I was allpcted with a pain under mv nor.t ciioiildrr blade; I also had con fidcrable diUcuHv in brcatlunir. I an plied an Allcock's Porous plaster un uiv back, acd one on my chest. I kept chane- iiiK Hum every four days, nd at the ind of three weeks was entirely cured E. S . Stkvess. lois. s-l.'.M,, . L'lll ll,S. $.aj alii sr- .11 I h-.sl.l, is I, l.lil Ni."i; -l.v se.s Sli.fi Si a i'.; :: I n-.-les lir; eerna o i w r:ik. r:.'.Ve :; ::.. I r.sliiee;. Halter l-a'lfy -Tc st ih. to si dairv, 11 -.IV. Ki;,-.-Str,.ll,' : do.; ice-house i... Dr,.,,,. i CIS. eelif (, - !,; dil. le HTl 1 . :-, s . I.t.,:.. Knrbu.V on tia' k; Ka -U Hose. : . 1:.'. r. II. 44 ' III.-. A..ies l air t i i.e.e:: ill p r hill. New York. Kv Y.tliK. Iler Is tn-day lal r Wer, M SH k liit.inri iiii.ti.ut S'.ni.,:l.-.'5 Ilr Hi nrv A. Holmes, the librarian of tbe slate library at Albany, is so seriously UI Hint bis recovery is doubtful. it- aniery. til. J : pacattii: sli. "te j p.mllt-y - t lui k- se a turk- 41 - 1,1 . t bi beiialy ..f Ib-b. tin -d aiiii;: u.t. The habitual use of nills is a sure means oi iiuunaieiy unucrmining heallh and lav .1. r . i . J um uie louiuiaiion ior some of the most distressing eases of chronic maladies. Us nr. .tones lie I L lover Tonic, a purely Moral Ionic. It cures all diseases of the stomach. liver, blood and kiilnevs. Can be taken by the most delicate. 5sl cents, of itrupgists. morning tarrel. ' for a rase of ; PonV If a dealer offers you a bottle ot Salvation oil without labels, or wrap pers, or in a mutilate. or defaced pack nnu, uuii i mucn u aim t buy it al any in u u, vou can rest assured llial there is something wrong it nay be a danger ous and worthless counterfeit. Insist upon getting a perfect, unbroken, gen uine package. Think. He Owns (lie Ttfwn. I'lliisi-Ki-r, Ohio, flee. S: John IV. tllass n retired butcher of this place, tin Is upon u..- lie-in., mat. ue almost cer tainly owns a tract of :;') acres mum which the low n stands. He has the original patent seeiieu i.y riesi.ieni John Adams nml I imortiv 1 ick-eruijr, si'crebiry of state. As it now stands I. lass can move the eitiemj mit ol town, and it remains to In seen w hat he will do. llisaree.1 and Sent Hack. JIii.waikkf.. Hec. s.-The jury in the rase of t.rottkau an-1 Moossen;;er, the' Mi:wauk.?e garden rioters, reported at 11 o'cioc'i Tu.?s day that they could not asm upon a ver- uict. I Hey were sent hack tor furiher di litieratiou. Iti prrsi lil a ( altle Syndic lie. New York. Iiec. s. Haron do lonne, who arrived on the S -i via Tuesday, is re-' lwte.1 i.i represent a Kuropona cattle syndi cate wiui -a intends I.n vmr several million I etodar.-; worth of vves eru grain;; lauds. Ioi.es of Fli.ri.l,-t, FiETitniT, Ilee. S. Sviiator Jonra, of l'ior ida, who is still in the city, declined Monday infill io say wneilter or not lie WMlJ.i t, W asbiiigton during this session of eo i-crin. Wheat N do, Hi-; No.: ru,-iry,!i-. -.,rii llary. 4s'"s-. del; llo, :.:-l.:-. live I'ork-lll.ll. l.e-.v $ii.el. .h.iieary: 1 n-cl red w ii er .1 : .Ke 1'ni:. lo slat . '."-I'ie ll'il.trj. '..I' e ierl . ash. 4s ; oi stale, .).(,; 0 barley Nominal !l ' -l!.;i. Lard The question of a proper food fur in fants interests all mothers: especially those unable to nurse their offspring. Mcllin's food possesses all the requisites as a substitute for mother's milk, and is highly -oniincDdeil bv the medical faculty of both Euroic and America. St. .11. Wheal lis.-ttle i. .-j... 'cash, V.i'a.-: .lanii irv. s May. s;. I 'orn - sie id aiUii.'liii4e: .l.-imiai -, Mjiy.i'l'sj.-asked, iiuls -s.e;1.l cu-sb, -Si;e; lle-eino-r, ::.i el's.-. Itje-Slromn . ri.rk-Stea.lv; fllt)l. I.'ani II). Toledo. T.u,i:i.o Wle-at Firm anil ; :i.-1; , -eniller. Sir; J maary. Siy ; M . Steildv: CIlsll. -ill ; MHV. IC leeled. Clover see 1 - sii ,.,h; ceiuher. J.i.:i;ari, I.. l ' . 1 il.l auk. e. Mii.iv irvi:i: Wheat Weak; , ,,. ... . May. VS.-. I'orii lui!'; , Slendy- No. 2.3n4.-. 11;.,- ij Harl -y-sieady; No. ..;B He;. ol. Io.. Iiec. 7. V. . ., ,; N. r,., f. arnary. Ki:,-. o. mixed cash. l-eliruar Wl.i-l.y- st.bi. Kinii: Sii.ua i The prom rlies of Mishler's Herb Bit ters are wholly medicinal. U is iinn puuiuled on grientilic nrieeinles unon a Herman formula, Sim years old. t'lergy. men. temperance lieople. anil all oilier classes w ho oppose strone drink en nrin- ntued ciple. endorse and recommend our creat May. household remedy. It is tum mi. f. kidney ami liver complaints uad IV .rn Neu I n. id ill. heiu Hal y I was troubled wilh Chronic Calarrh and gal hi ring in my head, was very deaf at linns, had discharges from hit ears. aud ws u n able to breathe tliroii.di mv nose- Hefore the second boltlc of Ely's Cream Daliu was exausted I was cured. ami lo-ilay enjoy sound healh. V. J. Corbin, ;) Chestnut street. Field Man aner. Philadelphia Pub. House. Pa. Wheat No. 1 w bile en red, N." rel.s) ie. ftsk-d January; KlUe asked M ly. I'ura ;ti" 4 s v.-bile, a!" I in- i. IV-Miel i-iiarv: s N... :'.;.(; Slight elevations are a safer place for the grape than bottom lands. The early ami the late frosts always seek low lands, but are not so apt to creep up on the mountain sides. Time tried and true is Dr. I5igcIow's cure, which combines the good qualities of all the best cough remedies, without, the defects of any of them. It cures promntK and permanently eotinhs, colds. croup, whopping coush, inSuenza. broni- chitts, hoarseness, incipient consumption, and all throat and lung diseases, healing iueiung8. tiate and pleasant for childs ren. Price, 50 cents and SI, of drug gists. Catarrn. Is a very prevalent and exceedingly diss agreeable disease, liable, if neglecled, to develop into si rious consumption. Ik ing a constitutional disease, it requires a Potauies-ajut, Constitutional remedy like H001P4 SUraa Ol.ioni. Bill-. narilla. which Betir... l!,r....l, il. l,l.l -'' lllj:h..il IS . ' . - fv" "s. iviMHnnil-lulli HOCK ISLAMI. oLs- nor Hay Timoltiy Sill, no. !lay Wild jsuu. Rye Ml-. Corn -tiliH.'lr; New4'c. reaches every part of the system, effect ing a radical and permanent cure of ca tarrh in even its most severe forms. Made only by C. I. Kopd & Co., Lowell, Mass. s.iruw-$.'i.O'J. THE BEST PBYSIC'IAHS OUTDONE. J. A. Crawford says: "I have had the worst form of Eczema two veais.and fonnd John Ilardwick. who has followed no cf from some of our best Dhvsic- Carroil McBee, his brother's murderer for 'ane wno Bave "ade this disease a spec. twenty one years, came up with him Dec. 1, near bouihwest City, Missouri. The crime was committed at Cedar Bluff, Ala., in 18C5. A carriage is half ironed when it has the Hice Coil spring. Besides, it's a pernct vehicle. It,is easvsridina. durable and inexpensive. There's nothing in the world to compare with it. All carriage altty. I was persuaded to trv Papillon (extract of llax). Tho relief I received was like a charm nrd I am well. I think Papillon one of the blessings of the age." Try Papillion (extract of flax) Skin Cure when all others fail. Large buttles $1,00 for sale by II. H, DeSanso. Two thousand yards of flannel have fccen given to tne aged poor of Derry, N. II makers have it; and so Lave the Rice this fall, according tr. tbe, br-mw of it... m 0.-: t.!.. T. ... - , - " s,,. . ,v v,ioiii;ca-iuus euuipauy, riueioD, rt. 1 late cyivanus crown. nMU m a in II lsinirm2( ' ; pared with strict regard to Purity, Strength, lieathfulness. Dr. Price's Baking Powder status no Ammonia, Lime, Alum cr Piiosphates. : . Price's Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, ek;,, ;,vor deliciously. Price Baking Powder Co. !HICAGO. ST. liOUIS. '"esia.j perfect jbrtitute ' Mother's Eli ulb.1' .ChctoM Infantum and Teething. A prrei.:-, ?r.d f kh! ler D- BS5- Cpnsumpt ves, Con-.ilescfin-.s. and Feeaims of Infant", Ca,e DOlBiK. liuOBALS A CO.. Isjj-.cu. Uaaa Catarrh ELY'S JreauiBa S- tV Wiw-JA:! Ir.S Ileal-- ,. Uotores lb; r :es of taste, bear dig :iud Smell. A i.Jiiick Kelicf A FEVER Posilive Cure; Creau Balm has cmmM an tr-viaMo roiti't.;! ;i-t whprwTi know-n..ii!iaf injrailoth rr-i.ir:t;uiiet A parlir i a;:icd into vc:i ih-til r l:- pftin at onro, i ULT. i aMo to n-e I'rico V1' . a' urutriri'-Tc', or bv mml. Stud for firru!;ir ocos. taOLD KEBAL. PA1113, i7 BAKER'S rnnlrfn mm M'arraii'M attrhitchf jmrc Hod, ircm khch tlip tso, uf HI lina btx;i n'tiKmxt. ItfaaM.r timet the atrfugUi uf OiKoa mi-t with Sian-h, Arrowroot or Susir. ami tst.so.vtiitTi far more ivnuo.i.i Ct!, canting It than one ".( ti nip. H in itiu'kti:, mniri-i'lni;, trcncilu'nioL', fasfty di'rt an4 aJmiraltly odajrtt-d for imaii.ia u wt'H as for rt'rfiriri in t. .iitfi. W. BAKES & CO.. Barehsster, Mass. ANCHOR LIN rcr Th.s.sa and ot.Har Kwr h o 5 as. USE iMTA CLAUS SOAP . - ' ivf V "!. .... ..!!. s , , . .'s. C" J A. Taltbrs-vUCo., CHICA&C. TO THE Fl .lONT! Vi AIKJSST Sun k t.l- ha l-- : .Mm aii m m s E UiJ? SUIT A B Li-: fop CEIRISTJMAS IX T1IK Til RE K CITIES. We nutiu lit if! I qualify. J "lii'e i:. jli.il t l'vialty nf Yarns aii..l Zvjibfis and cany the Ts! 1.1 I ititilii:-;. !am ; -tliu" Ueaiil iTu! l.tiii'' CK tlis FORWARD & CO., No. :'l l West Si i Mtui St., Iav. iiiuitt, lowu. Absolutely Pure. Th powder wvirttriM. Awnrvelof pnnty fitrenzth and wholexomenepB; more ecoDom.cn than ttw orditmry kindu, nod csnnot he poM tr competition with the mnltitade of tow tret, BtiorJ weight ui am or phosphate powdert. Soltt only) com. IotalBakijI'owdbbCo., 106 Walls New York. u. .I,AM,IM S. MAIL STKAMK KKliY s VVX ;I0. Y trnn Vi.rk 1.. AMI I.OMlll Ill r,;.f i. n' A - - 'e j - 1 . - -s New J- - it- .zr. ' Gloves! Gloves i nves an-1 illKct 1 .ii ml IMss.iL'e Iu nr irein New Y.nk, O'n.iiv. Liverpunl, Lnu-lmi ilerrv or llclfiist. I'ahiui.. S145 an.l 55 Ser.in.l 1 'eiss. Hteeraye, iuli::iil or lirejuiid, $20. " Snrli.ir I.inn Dluru issue, 1 s l,iW,-si r.ii. :ir mill free ol clnre. s J11 KlmlaiiJ, s,-,.il in.l a:i. lrelAti'l. For ItiHikiiar T.niTsv. Tii-lvels ere. tier itileri.-i tifti, ,ply ti IlKMlKRsuN IHMTIIKi;-. rhi cagii. or .1 P. HliRIN'MUN. K.irk ih...i ill FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosiey & Co., -G3!.R!:.!l. Insurance Agents rW"!i'MrB-nmii!ly Hjnrtfdiir.il i.nij al lliii fe'encv. (Succcssoi of Hayes & CicHVeUnd ) i Agency eitahlished mi. Office in Benuston's Block. DCflriir It can.es, tm.t a m w and fur LMIflLOO een-tul CURE at vnttr own home, l.y one who m der IwenlT-eiirht jearj. Treated bv ni.il of neleil ppeeialii-is witlmul beneat. Vurtd Unmlf in three m..ntli, anu mice then hiln.lreds of others. Full parllt ii ara aenl on amilicattou. T. 8. PAGJl, So. 41 Wert Sl.t St., N. Y. Ci'r. lil'NNIiTT'S STOCK li"li I!ii illiivv. Mr ."Otj ilitlnr, ni i-i vit's, narianli'.l I.' lil ami will 11,1 lip; elm-es 'in 1 t t i vhiuiy, anil in .sjiml'ly. : I lil l. clijcr Jihil ri paircij. (JKOK'i.'K DKNMilT, X... lliii,:. !, . ,-ti.1 11 vi n 'ie. l.'i'ck Ii.i!nl v V.cSiirw;'' J. PATRONIZE W P. Tindall's SAIjH AND FEED r ivery Stable, 1013 anil 1015 Tliinl :i venue, KOlMv ISLAND, ILL. " iivrjl -(Siss Tarn-Outs. EL WILCOX, -DEA1.KU I.N FLOUR AND FEED, - Cr. Fourth Ave., ami Twenty-fourth St., Kiogcr'a OU SiauJ. P3ICE3 LOW Goods delivered free to any part of thelcitv.