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TRACING A CRIME.
An Arrest in the Diamonda'e
IDENTIFICATION OF TEE VICTIM.
A Friend less Girl taken from a rotate In
stitution to Her Death Raise U A.
CanAelcl Held by a Strong Chati of Evi
dence a the Criminal Close Call for a
Lynching A Desperado in Mltaisaippl
Stands Oft' a Mob.
Diamoxtvale, Mich., Feb. 3. Lust night
Russell C. Canfield was arrested for the
murder of the young girl fount in the
river here on Friday night. Last Tuesday
iiight Caulii'M went to the state public
school, an institution for the care of indi
gent children at Coldwater, and secured
p;rniision from its superintendent to take
a young girl named Nellie Griff n away
with liirn. On Wednesday Canfield
nrrived lit-rj with the girl
and stnrtfd on for his home
about three miles from hers. Sus
picion was aroused when the b )dy was
found, and an inquiry that wash-gun re
sulted iu the arrested of Canfield. Super
intendent Newkirk, of the Coldwattr
school, arrived here lust night and fully
identified the corpse as that of Nellie Grif
fin. Cnrifit'M was taken to tht couuty
j.iil at Charlotte to avoid an angi y crowd
that would probably have lynch 1 him.
I'urts About Canfield.
Russell C. Can Held appears to 1 about
50 years old. He has an honest lookins
face, and is known in this vii inty as a
piam, unassuming farmer. Tin -re is a
mystery in his past history, of which it is
only known li:tt he once had a ife, but
that now he h:i none. It is believed that
she obtained it divorce from him. Canfield
owns a farm ne:ir here, but has only lived
here for a couple of years. He is said to
have come from Ohio. Soon after he rame
tip here he rented his farm and hired out
to drive a milk wagon that delivers miik
daily in Lansing. He is a slender man,
with a full heard just turning froia b.-own
Little Known of the Clrl.
Up to the time that he was husf led into
the carriage and started off for tl e Eaton
county jail at Charlotte, he protested his
innocence. Of the girl's history nothing
seems to he known. That she was of more
than average comeliness is apparent.
That her name was Nellie Griffon appears
from the official rocords, as does
also the fact that she was re
ceived at this institution as &
resident of Ma-son, Ingham county.
Who she was is as yet unknown, but
from the post mortem examination made
by the physicians it appears, although
she was bar. ly beyond the dividiug ' hue
between girlhood and womaoho id, her
life had rot been lived in accordai ce with
the mandates of morality. Why the crime
was committed and by what me ins the
girl was killed are yet unknown.
Kvidence Against Canfield.
The evidence against Canfield is very
strong. In the first place Mr. NVwkirk,
superintendent of the Coldwater school,
identified the corpse and also identi
fied Canfield as the man who took
the girl away from the school. The train
men on the railway by which Canfield
traveled also identify him and the girl,
and It seems certain that he was the last
person the girl was seen with alivs. The
ticket agent at Jonesville said tba', a man
and girl answering to the description were
at Jonesville Wednesday, and that they
came from the direction of Coldwater and
left in the direction of Diamoudale.
A M03 TACKLES A TARTAR
Attempt at Lynching That M i-.se! Con
jnr;ETPol:T. U, Feb. a There has
bsen great excitement at Homer, the par
ish seat of Claiborne, for the past two
Jays. Saturday night a mob battered a
hole in the j iil, and six men went through
t lie passage to kill Link Waggonnar, the
desperado recently captured and placed
there for safe keeping. As soon as Wag-
puiinrr saw mat cue men were arter him
ho began firing on them, having in some
manner obtained pessession of two six
shooters. He shot two ofthemeuin the
arms, and held them all at bay. Waggon
ner was in the corridor when the n en got
into the jail to kill him. In trying topull
open the door of a fellow-prisoner's cell,
the latter caught the door with one hand
to keep him out. Waggonner crew a
knife and cut off his fingers. The sheriff
says that the prisoner had no weapons
when he was placed in jail.
Said He V
''Jack the liippor. "
Rome, N. Y., Feb. 3. A girl named
Marks, aged was chloroformi-d and
nearly murdered in the town of Marcy
Sunday evening. She was at work in hep
father a bakery, when a man rusaed in,
threw a chloroformed handkerchief over
her face, cut her throat with a jack-knife.
and fled. He left a note saying that the
deed was done by "Jack the Ripper. " The
girl finally came to and called for assist
ance. She thinks the assault wai com
mitted by a young man whom she met at
a dance in Utica, but whose name she
does not know. It is thought she will re
cover. As no attempt at outrage was
made the motive for the crime is a mys
tery. The Cruzen Must Answer for Murder.
WiyvKBAtiO CITY, Minn., Feb. 3. Miss
Lent, the yonng school teacher who found
it necessary to punish a girl named Oruxen
a few days ago, and who was brutally as
saulted by the Crusen family fordoing so,
has died from the injuries she received at
their bands. The crnzens father, mother,
and daughter wjre arrested and gave
The Ohio Masonic Case.
COLCMBl's, O., Feb. 3. The content that
has waged in the courts for some time be
tween the Cerneau and old line Seasons,
was decided in the common plea? court
here yesterday. The test case tht.t was
brought involved the right of the Cer
ueaus to use the ritual of the old li le Ma
sons. Judge Evans, who is not a Mason
at all, decided against the Cornea is. It
will probably be carried up to the supreme
Eighteen Indiana Devoured by Wolyet.
Winnipeg. Mau Feb. 3. Indian.! who
arrived from Luke Winnipeg yesterday re
port that eighteen Indiana men, women.
wju ccnaren were eaten up oy ravenous
"nlves, which gathered n a band nuta
ting probably 300. Two man escaped.
cyclone devastated tka wasters part
Clay county, Miaa SaUuniay. Tka
roperty loMT-ia bearjr, and two or turaa
Auoo8 are reported.
i . i i i
FAILURE. OF KOCH'SJLYMPH.
The First Patient To Be Inoculated ta
. This Coantry Dies.
New Have, Conn., Feb. S. -George M.
Bradley, who was the first patient in thia
country to be inoculated with Dr. Koch's
lymph, died yesterday, and the son of Pro
fessor Blake, another lymph patient, is at
the point of death. He has been nnder
treatment for the last two months. Brad.
ley was a man but a little over 30 years of
age and was not in an advanced stage of
consumption when be began receiving
treatment. Previous! bn whs ntxk rr-
fined to the house, but durintc his treat-
. . .
me ui. ne naa oeen
The Treatment Hastened Hia Death.
During the past few weeks he suffered
intensely, as the treatment had a distress
ing effect on his throat, making itdifficult
to take any nourishment. Hi nhvaioiun
say his death was undoubtedly hastened
V.. 4L . . . . . .
uy mo condition or his throat, as his
his inability to take food. He had been
receding injections since early in Deccem
ber. Unite Another View of the Case.
Professor Chitteuden, of Yalo univer
sity, who received the first supply oi
lymph from Dr. Koch, and who had charge
of the patients here, said of the death of
Bradley, one of his patients: "I cannot see
how Bradley's death can have any effect
upon the value or use of lymph. The case
was a particularly bad one for the use of
lymph. One of the man's lungs was nearly
gone and the other was in bad condition.
He was also suflVricrg from laryngitis.'and
.t was for this thai the lymph was espe
5ially used. The lymph did a great deal
Df good for this trouble."
Nothing Done at Springfield.
Srr.iMiUKLT), Ills., Feb. 3. The only
Business tratis.'tte 1 ia the legislature yes
terday was done by the house, resolutions
in memory of Judge William Brown, of
the Thirteenth circuit, were adopted, and
a bill was iM nulaced to give the railway
commissioners Control of the bridges. It
is aimed at the bridge at St. Louis.
Seventeen legislators were present at
the joint session yesterday three senators
and fourteen representatives. Only thir
teen votes were cast Palmer, 8; Oglesby,
4; Streeter, 1.
Judge Gresliam I Nwn-Coniilttal.
Chicago, Feb. 3. A reporter asked
Judge Graham if he would accept the
United States senatorship if it was offered
him. He refused to say whether lie would
or not. The question was asked owing to
a report that the F. M. B. A. men at
Springfield might join with the Republic
ans in voting for him. The report seems
to be biised on wind, as the F. M. B. A,
men so far declare that the man they vote
for must be an Alliance man.
Another Insurance Company Fall.
Chicago, Feb. 3. The Consolidated Fire
Insurance company made a voluntary as
signment in the county court yesterday to
George H. Kichey. The schedule puts the
liabilities art fcio.OOO and the assets at fsOi
The company h;w an office at "11 Royal
Insurance building. Though almost
identical iu name, the company is not the
one which failed Saturday, but its prede
cessor, this last failure being the result of
Federal Rnildings in New York Closed.
New York, Feb. 3. In compliance with
special orders from Washington City all the
federal buildings in this ci y were closed
yesterday out of respect to the late secre
tary of the treasury, and were all being
draped in mourning and will remain
draped for thirty days. On all of them
flags were displayed at half-mast. This
mark of res poet was general on all the large
building all over the city.
Booming Foster for Wiudom'a Place.
Fisdlat, O., Feb. 3. The Republicans
of Ohio, regardless of faction, are moving
on the president for the appointment of
ex-Governor Foster as aecretary of the
treasury to fill the place made vacant by
the death of William Windom. Meetings
were held last night in all tiie principal
cities of the state by the Republicans to
devise ways aud means for bringing about
Ready to Pay Kvery Dollar.
West Superior, Wis., Feb. 3. The
Bank of Commerce, which suspended six
ty days ago with liabilities of $.K)0,00;i, re
sumed operations yesterday, the assignee
having lieen discharged by the court The
capital has been increased from $lU0,0f0 to
$250,000, aud the institution is remarkable
in its revival, from the fact that the vaults
contained sufficient currency to pay every
dollar of the deposits.
Will Try for Higher Wages.
Boston, Mass., Feb. 3. The car washers,
Bection hands, engine wipers, and lamp
cleaners of the railroads centering in Bos
ton, at a meetiug Sunday voted to make
an effort to secure a uniform rate of wages,
viz: One dollar aud seventy-five cents per
day. They constitute au assembly of
Knights of Liib.tr.
Want To Ite Clerk of the Hnaite.
NEW Ygkk. Feb. 3. A special to The
World from Washington City says: Rep
resentative James Kerr, of Pennsylvania,
has announced himself a candidate for the
clerkship of the next house. Mr. Kerr is
one of the youngest members of the pres
"1c" Wilaoa Reported at Chicago.
UXBiiiDus. Mass., Feb. 3. The hupped
death of Doc Wilson in Arizona is un
doubtedly a hoax. Mrs. Goorge M. Rice
of this town, has iust received a letter
from Wilson at Chicago, stating that he
was alive and well aud had plenty of good
clothes aud good cigars.
A Bobber Miot lead.
Philadelphia, Feb. 3. William Duffy,
aged 30, was shot and killed while in the
act of robbing the house of Joseph Thomp
son Sunday uight. Thompson notified the
police and gave himself into custody. He
was released by the coroner on $l,0M) bail.
Failure at St. Louie.
St. Louis, Feb. 3. T. E. Price & Co., of
108 North Third street, have suspended.
and John Tbyson & Co., of the famous
Art club, have failed their margins. An
other big house is expected to go, and with
it the rest of the Art club.
Gave the Con tea tee Hia Seat.
Pikbrb, S. D, Feb. 3. The last of the
contested election cases was disposed of
yesterday, being decided m favor of Clark,
the Republican sitting member, as against
Vaaderlinden, the Independent contestant.
C. a Allen, of St. Louia, thinks that he
owns the ground upon which the entire
business section of Toledo, O., is built,
He is not insane, but says that his wife's
forefathers owned the land and never sold
Twenty persons were killed in Sat up
day's fight at Oporto, Port ical.
The supreme court of the United State
adjourned Monday until the first Monday
Everett Aughenbaugh & Co.'s flour mill
at Waseca, Minn., was burned Sunday
night. Loss, tllO.000.
Four firemen were seriously injured dur
ing a fire in a five story building on Fiftfc
Btreet, Philadelphia, Monday morning.
James Henry, who is wanted in Canada
for robbing the Bank of Montreal of L
500.COO has been arrested in the City ol
Three colored prisoners lost their live
by the burning of the jail at Moss Point,
Miss., Sunday. They started the fin
themselves in an effort to escape.
Sara Bernhardt, the noted French ac
tress, arrived at New York Monday. She
brings her company with her and wii'.
make a starring tour of the country.
The occupants of a house on McKim'
creek, Pleasant county, W. Va., complain
that the bouse is ttoned frequently by
some persons unknown and believed to lx
The pope's will, which has just been
made public, leaves the property inher
ited from his family $,0ii0,0(io to his re
latives, while everything else goes to th
The national Patternmakers' leagu le
gan a convention at Chicago Monday, the
ooject b. ing to organise a confederation
of all the skilled laborers iu metal in the
Sir Helvidere, a St. Bernard dog of pur
est breed, arrived at New York frorr hni;
land Monday. He is 2 feet high, weighs
"i pounds and cost his present owner tl.
8 A He will be exhibited at New York,
Chicago and Washington City.
An Assault on Surrinteiidea. Keighley.
l'lTTS'iirm;, Pa., F;-h. 3. A German
woman named lleinl.cii, w hose husband
was one of the victims of the explosion ut
Mammoth mine, Jan. ii7, was the leadend
an assault upon Superintendent Keighley,
at the mouth of the Mammoth ruitie yes
terday. Accompanying her was a liur
gaiiaa woman and two Hungarian meu.
Mrs. ileinlii b accused the Mijwriutendent
of having killed her hi.sha id and set upon
him, choking him M-verely. They then
assaulted Krighley with stones and
would doubtless have seriously injured
birn had not osoistanco arrived an 1 drove
the assailants away. Mr. Ki-igidcy re
ceived a uumber of paimul hr uie.
The Itoonaer and the Strip.
Arkansas City, Kan., Feb. 3. Superin
tendent Coppock. of the Cuilocco Indian
nchools, has received the following mes
sage from Commissioner Morgan iu Wash
ington: "informal ion received here that
cittiemen and settlers pr --poe entering
the Cherokee strip. Give public notice
that nil intruded will l e j.sNed if neces
sary l.y the inuitM-y. Ket p i:.e advised of
Territii- Storm Raging.
To?:;la. Kan., Feb. 3.-A terrific t-r-orm
is raging along the Rock Island's western
lines. The train from Denver is reported
to ho six hours late. The storm is taid to
Iks the worst at Claremont, C-olo., and no
trains are being moved at that point.
Death of a Well-Known 1'hynirlan.
Saratoga, N. Y., Feb. 3. Dr. S. S.
Strong, proprietor of Strong's Sanitarium,
died last uiht from Bright's disease,
aged 73 years. He was one of the best
known physicians in the country. He
founded the sanitarium iu 1S.W
Owing to ItullneitH of Trade.
Bethlehkm, Pa., Feb. 3. The wages of
1,000 employes of the steel mill of the Beth
lehem Iron company have been rdticeL
The cut averages about 10 per cent. Dull
ness in the trade is given as the cause of
Hhnt His Wile While Drunk.
Holtokk, Mass., Feb 3 John A. Mark
h mi, SO years old, a hackman. shot at d
probably fatally wounded his w ife Monday
evening. Markham was uuder the influ
ence of liquor wh;-n he did the sinking.
Fired Them Out f the Army.
Lisbon, Feb. 3. The king has t-igneJ a
decree ordering that the insurgent regi
ments at Oporto shall ie no longer consid
ered as a part of the Portuguese army.
I iMpIo ing Irih Labiir.
DUPLIN. Feb. 3. Balfour's light rail
ways in Ireland have given work to 7,412
The Weuthrr e My Fx pert.
Wasiunc.to Citt. Fell ::.-Tho following
aru the weather indirat.or.-t fur thirty mx hoars
lronj t p in. yesterdav: For WwmiJn
Fair wi?aUi.!r. except loral HBnin n ;ar the
Likes; cald.-r; li'trth wst-rly wmJs r.r Indi
ana and lllinnis-Threat-'nini weather: unown;
dcici.dly rliir; northwesterly win Is Kit
alichigau - Suow ; wm'ls .-hitting t d-vWy
colder north winterly For Iowa Fair weat'j"-,
except loeal snow in oa.-iti.rn imrtiun: n irtb
westurly wiuda, Iwconnns variable; warmer I y
Wednesday morning in :vro porTios. c dJ
er in eastern portion.
CWICAO'J. Fhu. i
Pr.).luen: Battr Faa -y aiarItmr, 2-;
dairies, tiuest, r .!, ls,i;ir; px-king uto-k
1'Malc LifKM-Frtfh camiUv 1, it; per dox.
Dressed uitry -ttoieken. f'ts.'-ir" por li;
ducks, UiCllo: tarknys. l i)ll:: ce-sso, Civo
Potato- - Whit rn, a : pr bo. re-1 row
Site; Hobron. v.; Peorlw. JXi Hur
hauks. l(t!rw rw-t potato-w -Jersey. $;j.7i
6&4.0.I per hrl; Illinoia W' frli'. ArI't-s
Uookinx. $3.(10 li.m prrr brl: eating. $ X.tVIll;
Mn-hiKan choice. yi.7S&t.M; n.JJlen' sto k.
The quotations on tba board of trlu t-v-day
were km follows: Wheat No. S Fetirnary,
opened U-V-jo, cIowm! Utf ; May. open'vl vuj,
closed Sl.ur6; July, opened olic c!n-i Wl.4c.
Corn No. - February, opened S0V4-. rl'jand
ilc; May, opnd 5 uioned ai:; July,
opened ftic, clwed ilUc. Oat-No 2 May.
opened 4fio. f-lexl 'y; Jann. opened
iijfic. cIoh -d I:nc; July, opnnd closed
tc Pork February, opened $3.T2i4 ciuH-d
$9.75; March. o;ned STVi. domd $J 9";
May, opened ID1TV rlosed flD.U Lard
February, opened $5.. 7.4, el-mud $.'., a.
Live stock-Folio winK wore the prices at
the Union Hto-k yardn: Ho. -a Marknt open-d
active at 5c decline; light gTadne, $H.T5;
rough parking. $n.4Ug63.W; mixt, W.iJi:
heavy pack-in and shipping- lota. $4.50'l7b;
New York. Feb. i
Wheat No. 1 red winter canh. Ull-4tLl2:
do M.ir h, $1.114; do May. LUV. do June,
Corn -No. S mixed canh, S3frtc;
do March, Uc; do May, 6uc. Oata Vuiet;
No. 2 mixed cash, 63!j54e; do May. Stfto.
Bye Nominal. Barley Nominal. Pork Dull;
mesa, tll.&U&lLTS for new. Lard-Ujiet;
March. tl.3U; Kay. SA-Hi.
Live stock: Cattle Market firm aad active
at aa advance of 10c f) V ts: poorest to beat
native steers. $4.uU.T7 f ia Da; bulia and
dry oowa, $2.0033.10. Baaap and Lambs
Market active; aaaep, $aJja.gu f u ;
laaaba. HUO&8b. Hocs-MamlBaUy steady;
vs hom. U.iJA9 m fta.
Women are not slow tr
comprehend. They're quick.
They're alive, and yet it was
a man who discovered the one
remedy for their peculiar ail
ments. The man was Dr. Pierce.
The discovery was his " Fa
vorite Prescription" the boon
to delicate women.
Why go round "with one
foot in the grave," suffering in
silence misunderstood when
there's a remedy at hand that
isn't an experiment, but which
is sold under the guarantee
that if you arc disappointed
in any way in it, you can get
your money back by applying
to its makers.
We can hardly imagine a
woman's not trying it. Pos
sibly it may be true of one
or two but wo doubt it.
Women are ripe for it.
They must have it. Think
of a prescription and nine out
of ten waiting for it. Carry
the news to them!
The scat of sick headache
is not in the brain. Regu
late the stomach and you
cure it. Dr. Pierce's Pellets
arc the Little Relators.
LlILetCrCS! cjcaga, His. ic.arkSt.
phys:c!a:i ai;d sueceos
b silll Tret:'.-,- ;a S Gxstest
SKILL and SUCCESS
CLrcmc, N5r?:Z5 EEdFriystaEism
-NERVOUS DEEILJTY. Lc.t Mn.
hood. Failing M.Tiory. Lr- iu:ir.j Drains,
Terrible Dreams. Head and Eack Ache and ail
tliecS: 1. kuiin to early decay ui. : pcth.Coo.
rcr.iptionor Insanity, treated wjinulic-Jl): Ly orw
mrihiMK wuh rw-vrr.Cii.ae ancen.
"SYPHILIS a.ia i.1 bi C.sod and Skin
Diaeave perrranrntly c;?d.
SK1DNEY and UfclNARY CM-rUieta,
Gleet, Gonorrhoea. Stricture, Vancccels aad
all divcjvr of the iicnito-i. r.narr Crri- cured
prompt! v wiihout injury to Stairw t, tjaacyt or
WHo ex-perianenta. Ave an J ei.rrleoc
important. Consultation free aifl sacred.
"All rorrespondenre is rr-!'i i nva'a
Forty Years Practice enaMr- P (I.:; -Or.ar-aDt-e
Cares in all Oiral-le I 11. rcresta.
Hrrofala. Syphilis. RIsiMer an! Si-tr; Im.
ease. Iarorrhira sad lemalr T-! . l iter
(oBplaiat, (atarra, all blond, iln a4 er
No mattt-r who has railed to rn -ori, write
Dr. Clarke a full liistory ol y.-mr ce. Hoars,
6 to s . Sundays, a to li. Call oo cr iC-rsi
F. D. CLARKE, fs.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHiCACC. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
ii)-i.-vj inrn-r-'-ni ran re naa uir reaaon
sWcptiiii.of The Ivrot'heniK-airo.pre.
piu-ea irusi Uie -mrrlii. of Itr. W III-
ianj t.DT'.irtanoi wurM-wtdereoaup?
Vnilt'C liPIl uO'Tins from Hemlnal
I L'L T. 0 tTltrl and Nerrona ItetMlilr
lxma ot Memory. Deepundeae. etc-
tTuueariy liv1ic-n1uniroUMTf-muiaw; alw
L'irn? F.ISFn lPII who rl" n a weakness
RliUULLOCU RiLTI InartTaoeiH.t theiryears.Kid.
neyand luadrter trontle. etc will Dmi oor Metnod
it Treatmer.t a SMe, IVrlain and hpoedy (TKK.
itr.ln AL r AO I ILlLO. tvmal aieOK.-:ne. will
n itmretbeabuTeailments. 1- Vi illuuns.
it!- lor roar r years. pe wibes Semi
nal liu:iiles abtcb act directly anno tbs
4;w4 orviinx. ard reMore iomt better
Uian cKirutM-b MetiH-tnra. aa shew are DfH
rhaned l-t he caatnr JuW-e and require no
eunit fnm k.mutll.m. ami witn an-
VTilliams' private pnutice. ;ie UK-m a trial.
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Ol Lull lu RJ.DI reeentraeea In one U four Oars.
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Veto-rlruu-y Pure Oil and MegicaU.
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Sold br Dmtrirta; or Sent Prepaid aaywsra
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Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness
and Proatratioa, from uwn-amk or etbrr f uai?
1 .par vial, or viaia sad suw vial powoar. tor CO.
bou BY baonoma, or sent pnarpaid oa raoalnt
of prtcv-UaPHRLYV MLDICIKC C0
Oor. WUaaea aad John gta, V. T.
:Ws are tba Kannfaoturara.
Do not f- I to pet m Eit nut tVx Contract avg.
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Tbs Great Freaen Bemedy for f nnweaikaii
ad hlonfhiy IrregnlarlUes.
Ladies Css Le Dac's Periodical PQ. of Psrta,
Prance (naraoteed to accomplish all that Is
Claimed for them. To be uses monthly for broablsa
pocoiiar to women. Poll direction with aaoa
una. aa per uoa or tares coxes low ao
D. 1 1 - I . i . . .
rraaiae pill obtained of
am w. rwraiiy au)rauars
rs. Hpoaesr Iowa, TVs
4 DaesaBort, oad of sal
lalaad. Japoa A Qo
THE MOLINE "WAGON.
Mannlactnrers ol FARM, SPRING- and FREIGHT WAGONS
A fail and complete Un of PLATFORM aad other rHrtac Wacoaa. eepeeUTly adapted to fabo
esters trade. of rs per lor workaiaaablp aad laiah. IllaearsW Vrlce List frws oa
pplicaUoa. bee lbs MuUa AUoN before parcnaaiax.
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CHA3. W. YERBURY. Mtcscer.
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Comoany
CHXaTKK THA9 tfHUOLU.
Bea4 for clrc alar.
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C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and. Builder,
tin aid list Pbarb tvtw. et;atetc IU Foarta seas.
Plana and rpecifcaUoe fare). bed oe ail r '. of work; o arret f VLai TMA laalda
o-iaitf b.Lad. aoaeUarg aew. tjUt aad dcaah.
BOCS ULAXD. ILL.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Builder,
Office Aad Shop Corner BcTesteeatk St.
And SerenUi Arenue,
"Ail Haas of ArUatic vn a speU:tT.
House and Sign Painter.
Pirst-claas Oralalac aa4 Papor Haast&f.
P. O. Box 672.
Cioirct lEEcTxt3o IZJctlooza.
GEORGE SCHATEK, Proprietor.
1A aoooad Atm. Coraaf af lizteeca Su-et. . OppaUa Earaaf. rteatr.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Bee and Cigars always on Hand
DAVIS & CO,
A coaaftleU stock of
Pip, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
-oi Areata for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
We fsarsiites eeery ace perfect, aad wH read Ct pa,
Twraly dsj s tnal. to rernoaaible rues.
Safety ITchting Doileri aad Cnotrmctort for
fmitbiBf; and lAjicc Water. ar.d
1712 rnurr At..
Rock Iilaad. Clinoif .
Telenfeut 111. Kea'trtce Tjois 100L
MID MS FITTER.
-AVD DI.aI.Xa Ct-
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
work at fair price. EaUrcatei f urnlaLed.
aad ibop 219 IStk 8t. Tclepbcae 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
Goods received by
CALL AND EXAMINE.
T. U. ELLIS. Rock Lvlatid. CL.
1CC4; Cor. Poanaeatb St. aa4 ece4 Aa.
PUu aa4 eemales far a3 kl&ca af
aaoaPscrk Are. ket.r.st aaa.SU tta.
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