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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY. aPRiL 25. 1891.
NOT YET A TERKOB.
The Dynamiter Vesuvius Not
Up to the Mark.
PREPAEIXG TOR A FURTHER TRIAL
'ary Ofliren tall Her the 'finn-Cott on
Boat" llrcn .h H Never Fired
Dynamite Vet Her Irf.rmnre Sn
' Rther Too KftVrtivc at the I'.rret h
Ccmment on the Oversight of the
Republican League Convention Head
ing Off the Lotteries
Wasuixgtos ClTT. April 25 The dyna
mite cruisiu vessel Vesuvius, sow at the
Brooklyn mrr yard, is ready iur the prac
tical tests, of the efficiency of t.e cfc.a
ttite guns, and is awaiting final or.ler to
proceed to Chesapeake bay, where the
tests will be ni.nle. It is a fact that the
gnns have never he-en tested witU nitro
glycerine or ilynauiite since they were pin
oq the vessel, bur in the last test of the
80-called dynamite irunson the vessel gun
cotton was ced. It has been a question
ever sine the vessel tvs first talked uf
whether !he would fulfill the conditions
given in tier official register r a ilynamite
cruiser, and it was reported two years
apo that she w;i not likely to be tested
with any other sort of explosive than
gun-cotton as the bursting charges of hr
Call Iler a "Gnn-Coiton Kail."
For that reason many officers always
spoke of her as a "gun-cotton boat-' in
stead of a dynamite cruiser. The vessel
was accepted by Secretary Whitney just
before be went out of office, but on her
- tests for rpeed and horse power only. The
contract stipulated that tbe vessel was to
be armed with ten-inch guns which would
project a .VX)-pound dynamite bomb one
mile with accuracy, with iMO pounds pres
sure. A change was made to guns of fif
teen inches, and the trials were had with
these. Secretary Tracy wishes to be sat
isfied that the change from ten inch to
fifteen-inch guns' was not made because
the ten-inch guns would not fulfill the
terms of the contract, and that fifteen-inch
guns will not impair the efficiency of
Not l"p to Expectations.
The act of corjgress of March 2, lss
provided for the building of a second
dynamite cruiser, but the act stipulated
that the construction of tbe new vessel
should be made "only after the secretary
of the navy shall be satisfied, after official
tests made with the Vesuvius and her
guns, as to the efficiency of the armament
of the vessel. Iu the first trial the breech
of one of tbe dynamite guns was com
pletely blown out, and all of the other ex
periments have fallen much below ex
pectations. The secretary is anxious to
determine by further tests whether he
would be warranted in expending MW.O.'O
for another vessel of the Vesuvius class,
and until he is satisfied no movement will
be made toward having another such ves
REPUBLICAN LEAGUE CONVENTION.
Capital City Newspaper Comment on
Sunn? Notable OvrrieigtiM.
WA$ni-r;T-N ClTT, April T. In view
of the fct t!:.it ex-Governor Foraker. iu
ins spleen at u;e iii-puuncan teagUB con
vention at Cincinnati, uesjlecte 1 to men
tion Pre-ident Harrison's name, and
credited Maine with the 'excellent ad
ministration,'' the president's friends here
are decidedly out of Luruor. Pome other
notable oversichts have been discovered,
and the souvenir issued by the conveu
tion comes H for critich.ni. On this mat
ter The Post say-: "On the first page of
the League souvenir appear a photo-en-engraviug
of .Secretary of State Ulaine
Following this are pictures of Foraker,
Thurston and the Hon. Loni K Mo-Comas,
who failed of re-election last year in
a Maryland congressional district which
is ordinarily safely Hepublicnn.
Harrison and Sherman Left Out.
"Another pig is devoted to a picture of
the Hon. Joun M. Lautrston, who at the
same election duplicated theexperieucs of
Mr. McComss. The state of New York is
Dot forgotten in this political photograph
gallery, ami the Hon. Chauncey M. De
pew is given a prominent place. Yet tbe
dispassionate and conservative compilers
of the souvenir were unable to find space
in their work for a picture of tbe presi
dent of the Vnite'i States, who was elected
on the Republican ticket. Xor is this the
only remarkable omission. Senator John
Sherman was also overlooked by the gen
tlemen who prepared the photographic
THE WAR ON THE LOTTERIES.
McKinley's Bill I! run slit Into Action in
a Novel Manner.
Washington Citv, April 25. The lot
tery companies received a black eye at the
treasury department yesterday, which, it
is thought, will bnve the effecl of driving
tbem out of business. Having been de
barred from using the United States mail,
branches of lottery companies, which
formerly did business in the United
States, have been established in Mexico,
Under the law printed matter from Mev
Ico cannot he refused entry, and each
month lottery tickets have been present
ed at the custom bouses ulong the Mexi
can frontier for admission into tbe
United States. They have heretofore been
admitted without question, but Assistant
Secretary Spaulding has hit upon a novel
plan to prevent their coming into this
Makes Tliem Pay a Heavy Duty.
He has decided that there is no law to
prevent lottery tickets from being admit
ted as printed matter', but be instructs the
customs officers to assess duty upon them
at the rate ol 'Si per cent, ud valorem of
tbeir face according to paragraph 4i3,
scbHlule M, of tbe McKiuley bill, whioh
provides for this tate of duty upon "uil
printed matter not especially provided
for." Tickets of the value of $10 under
this decision will have to pay ?-.50 cus
toms duty. This high rate of duty will,
it is thought, practically prohibit their
I'hoebe (oustnt and the. Lady Managers. .
WAsniNOTOM ClTT, April 23. The
trouble among the lady mangers of the
World' fair, begun in Chicago, has been
transferred to Washington. Miss Phoebe
W. Cousins, who has been deposed as sec
retary by the lady managers, had an au
dience with Secretary Foster yesterday in
regard to being reinstated. She brought
with her a letter from Mr. Charles H.
Jones, of St. Louis, who made a legal ar
gument to the effect that the lady man
agers canuot depose her. Secretary Fos
ter said he would consider the matter.
A NUT FOR BYRNES TO CRACK.
"Jack the Ripper" Begins Operations in
New York Bis First Victim.
New York, April :J3. A murder was
committed Thursday night at the East
River hotel, which is located ia a disrepu
table neighborhood of this city. The vic
tim was an abandoned woman, and she
was found mutilated in the same manner
as the London victims of "Jack the Rip
per." There is no clew to the murderer.
The abdomen of the woman was cut open
and part of the viscera removed, while
her skirt and chemise were tied tightly
over her head with one of her stockings.
On her back near the basa of the spine a
cross had been cut with a knife, which is
a characterister of all the murders com
mitted by "Jack the Ripper.
Arrival at the Hotel.
The couple arrived at the hotel Thurs
day night, and were assigned a room. The
housekeeper who waited upon them savs
that the murderer wore a white turned
down collar and a dark brown cutaway
coat. He was decidedly German in ap
pearance. He resembled a seafarinz man.
He did not speak a word, merely nod
ding bis head and producing the Id-cent
piece when his companion aske 1 him for
beer before proceeding to their room. The
housekeeper said that the murdered wom
an was a well known character arouud
tLe neigh bornood, bu: no one. seemed to
know or where she lived.
Inspec'.or Byrne's Men at Work.
The police are straining everv n-rve to
apprehend the murderer. Four central
ollice detectives have been detailed to aid
the ward detectives in the matter, and a
search ij being made of ail the down-town
lodging houses to ascertain whether any
stranger had taken a room subsequent to
the perpetration of the awful butchery.
The murdered woman has been positively
identified as an all night "rounder" of
many years standing in the district where
the crime was committed, which is sim
ilar in many respects to the Whitechapel
district of London. Though the woman's
real name could not be ascertained, it wa
learned that she was known as "Shake
speare'' among her associates.
Very Familiar with Shakespeare.
This sobriquet was applied to her be
cause of the fluent way in which she re
peated the lines of the great bard. She
was a handsome woman, with striking
featnres of a Roman cast, and a form of
remarkable symmetry for a woman of her
age. There are even traces of refinement
visible beneath the marks left by a life of
dissipation. The place in which the
woman's life was ended is known to the
residents in -.he locality as the "House of
All Drinks." It 13 ptobably one of the
worst of its class.
The Woman Identified.
Later Tbe woman was identified last
night br Mary Harrington, who keeps a
lodging house on diver street, as Carrie
Rrown. At 10 o'clock last night two de
tectives arrested a young Frenchman,
who is called "Frenchy." It is claimed
that ' Frenchy'' was seen with the Brown
woman on Thursday night at about IU
o'clock. This he strenuously denies. He
was locked up. Altogether the police up
to midnight had arrested four men and
seven women, who are supposed to
be able to throw li,-ht upon the affair.and
at 1 o'clock this morning a man by the
name of Adolph K-ilenberg was arrested.
His description answer that of the mur
derer. MICHIGAN RAILWAY LEGISLATION.
The Meepins Car Kill Killed I'ropoxii
for Increased Taxation.
Lansing, Midi., April 15 The bill re
quiring that the upper lierth in sleeping
cars shall uot bs lowered unless they are
actually sold for the night, was defeated
in the senate yesterday, only eight sena
tors voting for it. The Richar.l'-on bill,
greatly increa-ing the taxes paid by the
railroad companies, was favorably re
ported to tr;e house, and will probably
pass. The biil increases railroad taxation
over 0 ) per cent.
Three I'er Cent, on Cross Earning.
It requires that the roads shall pay 3 pet
cent, of their gross earnings, if less than
20,00.) per mile, and 4 per cent, when in
excess of that sum. The tranters of the
bill say the state treasury will receive
nearly .lij),w..O additional annually if the
bill passes. The committee 011 state af
fairs reported in favor of abolishing the
office of state tame warden of shortening
the deer sho.'tinz season ten days in each
of the two pi-n insula.
Will Vindicate Gen. Butler.
Boston, April 25 The dinner of tht
Butler club will take place at You ng's
hotel May 1, the twenty-ninth annivers
ary of tbe capture of New Orleans. A re
ception to Gen. Bntier will precede tbe
banquet. In tbe light of the controversy
between Judge Carpenter and Gen. But
ler the dinner has a special significance,
and it is believed that the friends of Gen.
Butler will manifest tbeir sympathy by
an attendance that will tax the capacity
of Young's as it never was taxed before.
Senator i'effer, of Kansas, will speak
upon "The Farmers' Alliauce: Its Objects
and Aims," and Gen. Butler will give his
answer to the question, "Does a Protect
ive Tariff Protect the Farmer?"
Fainted After Braining a Ko liber.
C'LARKScritn, W. Va , April 23 A thief
named Thomas attempted to rob the resi
dence of a man named Branuer, near
Raleigh Court House, a few nights ago
during the pbsence of all the family ex
cept Branner'9 daughter, aited 17. As he
broke through the window the girl
brained him with an ax, after which she
fainted, and is now very ill from fright.
Another Conservative Victory.
LONDON, April 25 The Conservatives
have carried Whitehaven, Sir James
Bain, tbe Conservative candidate, beinz
elected yesterday by a vote of 1,338 to 1. 105
for Henry Gordon Shee, Liberal. At the
last election the Rt. Hon. George Cavet-disn-Bentinck.
received 1,216 votes to 1,10.1
for Shee, Liberal.
Struck Against m a Redaction.
London, April 23. The men at the iron
and steel works at Swansea have struck
against a 10 per cent, reduction and the
works are closed. Tbe bricklayers at Pey
Wood, near Manchester, are on strike.
Minister Swift's IAemalna.
San Francisco, April 25. The remains
of John F. Swift, the late minister to
Japan, are expected to arrive here on the
steamer Belgic May 7, that vessel having
THE LAWLESS MOB
A Deadly Affair Between Sol
diers and Citizens.
HALF A DOZEN MEN SHOT TO DEATH
Tew Details of Another of Those Out
break That Disgrace Civilization
Aimed Troop anil Sheriffs Deputies
in Battle Array A Fatal Fusilla.lt
The Soldiers Storm the Jail and Kill
a ITisoner Who Murdered One of Their
Postland, Ore , April 25. Word comes
frorr. Walla Wall of a blood v conflict
last night between 130 soldiers and a sher
iff's guard, in which the latter whila re
pelii lg an attack on the jail by the troops.
fired upon them wit -t deadly effect, the
soldi ?rs answering with a volley which
mow.-d down a number of thecft;z;ns act
ing as guards. The peculiarity of the af
fair ii that it was probably the first in
stance recorded where soldiers, armed
and 1 niformeJ, have resorted to mob vio
lence against the civil authorities.
Origin of Hie Trouble.
ua i eanesuay night A. J. Hunt, a
gamtler, whose reputation was bad even
anion; his companions, became engaged
in an altercation with Private Miller, and
struck him in the face. Miller returned
the bljw and was getting the best of the
fight vLen Hunt drew a revolver from his
hip pi cket and shot Miller dead. A mob
at on :e collected, and an attempt was
1 lu:Je to lynch the murderer, but he was
hurried away by the authorities, wuo de
termined that the law should taKe its
The Inevitable Mob Appears.
Talk of lynching has been beard on the
streets ever since the murder, and the
sheriff fearing an attempt would be made
to tak.; the prisoner out and lynch him,
swore :n a number of citizens as special
deputies, armed them with rifles and
placed them inside the jail, with instruc
tions t ) guard the prisoner at all hazards.
Last t ight the jail, a strong structure,
was surrounded by 133 soldiers, who de
mandel the surrender of Hunt.
Half a Dozens Persons Killed.
The sheriff refused, hot words were ex
change 1, and several of the more impstu
ous dei uties fired upon the soldiers, who
answered with a volley. The dispatches
say half a dozen persons were kilied and
many wounded, but whether they were
citizens or soldiers is not known. After
the shotting the soldiers are reported to
have bettered down the doer of tbe jail
and rid lied Hunt with bullets.
TWO BOYS KILLED BY WHISKY.
They S-eal a Five-Gallon Keg and Drink
Themselves to Death.
NEW Yor.K, April 23 Andrew McKen-
na, s ye.irs old, and Xeil Moffatt, 11 years
old. stole a five-gallon keg of whisky from
awagoc in Brooklyn. They rolled the
keg into a vacant lot. where thev tamed
it and d rank heavily of its contents. How
much they drank is not known, as the
Keg was empty when fonud. The boys
were fot.nd unconscious bv a policeman.
and were taken to the hospital. McKenna
died shortly after his arrival there, and
his companion is very low and will also
Work of Wisconsin Solons Done.
Madison, Wis., April 25. The legis
lttnre h is finished all of its business and
adjourns at 4 p. m. to-day. There wete
introduced 153 bills less this year than
two years ago: still the session is one day
longer, 1 eiug 102 days. The expenses of
the assenbly amount to (4. Cm less than
last sesi-n, and the expense-, of the sen
ate bet wen ?3.0O0 and W.uW less. Tbe
lasi iep .toucan legislature cut down the
pay of tie writing clerks from 3 to 1 per
day and folio from 13 to 20 cents to It) and
Ai other New Cattle I'lagne.
Topek.'., Kan., April 25. Reports come
from Wa jaunste nud Ottawa counties of
a ne- an I so far unnamed disease that is
rapidly destroying cattle in those coun
ties. In one herd of thirty in Waubansee
county tv.elve died iu twelve hours after
it appeared. The death rate is reported
to be as Ligh in other localities.
Decla -ed for an tight-Hoar Day.
SrRINGI lELP, Ills., April 25 The state
conventioa of the Twelfth district United
Mine Workers continued yesterday. The
mine operators who had been invited to
be present for a conference did not re
spond. Tae convention declared for an
eight-hour day after May 1 with no reduc
tion of wages.
Situation in the Coke Region.
Scottdle, Pa, April 25. There was
no riot i:j the coke region yesterday.
About twenty families were evicted with
out trouble, a company of militia being
stationed lose, by the scene of the evic
tions. Thj labor leaders are housing tbe
evicted far lilies in tents as fast as pos
sible. A "Fake" Abont Secretary Blaine.
New Yo:;k. April 25. At 2:30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon an inquiry came
from Chicgo to Inspector Byrnes asking
if Secretary Blaine bad been shot in New
York. A message sent from hers to
Washington City elicited the fact that the
statesman is all riaht.
Father md Son Killed by a Train.
Washington, la., April 23. John Gra
ham and iiU fi-year-old son, while at
tempting to cross the Chicago, Rock Isl
and aud Pa cific railroad tracks in a buggy
yesterday, -jvere struck by an engiae and
instantly killed. Graham leaves an estate
Lake Navigation Open.
Bcffflo, N. Y.. April 25. Xavigatiou
has opened in earnest. The first vessel to
arrived froi 1 Chicago was the propeller
Harlem, which arrived in port yesterday
ruorniug. Sue Wis followed later by the
Tioga. The Syracuse, Chicago and others
are on the v.-ay.
Two Persons Burned to Death.
Chicago, April 25. A fire occurred on
Chicago avenue Thursday in a tenement
occupied by over fifty persons, and on
Friday, the men at work on the rnins
found the be dies of Mrs. Bjornson, an old
woman, and an infant of Gastave Swan
son. A I.nnatic with a Gun.
Cincinkatu April 25. Near New Jeffer
son Thursday Lorenzo Coleman, a luna
tic, fatally shot his sister, dangerously
shot tbe bin d man who tried to protect
her, and slightly wounded his mother with
The only coeplexion powder in the
world that is wi'.hout vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni's.
r5;i. Ttiaciotml relievo all tbatrccfcles tarf
dent t a HUous state of the syfWQ, suca am
drrirest. Nausea, Broivriacai. Iistrws after
t I ia tfco fjda, c Wiils their nost
.ir.--.t-ip exceeds La beta eltotvn in cnriT-g
Ers'atte. yet Carter's little liver FG!J en
tTi-LiV v-:ii!:!o ia Constipation, eunn and pre-rt-.'p
tU'saaccrir it eoasrlalni. while th-y alo
rorrec t all (LsorUers ot liiestosmi .s riuiuUte this
bTer al regulite the bowels. Krsaiitiieyoalj
' Ad" e t hey wcnl a be almost priceless t t ricse
err !roatt!usibstrvsin'3C-n-.p!3!T?v. tntforra
E&:?iy theirg-xxiDefari ocs uotendhtrreJ tho&a
vrhocccetry them vriUXni tiieae litlie pills vsl i.
e.Keia pomaavv-aystaattliev rrX net bo tril
T : r.g ia do wlifctrat tLexa. But titer .--Usicfc hen4
'Z'.'Xe tate cf so msry lives thst hero Is wt?r3
ve n-akt-cur civat L-cAt. OarpiIUcureitwiulj
Ctht-:s do re t.
Ci-.ti r"s Lif.'e Iirer Fills ere vry a:ll eJ
rrrr taf y to taie. Cue cr trc villa cake a Josa.
Ti.'"y sre slncily vegetable na da sot pripa or
tuiv, Lutl?v Uifcir per tie action p!eieail who
csetheia. In vii'.mt 23cecU : tivefcr H. Soil
fcy drao jta tvtiyvsl.ere, cr fcett by rmL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSF. SMALL PRICE
I'H. H' juhkeyV !fe--ifk-s are scientifically and
rwefullv preired prescriptions : useii for many
jrars in private jat-t ice with sueeessjind forover
thirty yr-ars Used by the people. Every Biniele Spe
cifl 1 a special cure for the disease named.
Thes Siecincs cure without drUKKing, pnrg
Inic or reducing the vtem. and are In fart and
deed the sovereign remediesol tbeWorld.
U-T or pp.re-IPil. xos. ctres. PBicrs.
1 Frvera, Congestion. Inflammation .. ,!i.J
f Worms. Worm Fever. Worm Colic . .-iS
f ryina Colic or Teethinirof Infanu .tf,.J
j'lnri nen, vi niiuioi vr auuiw. ...
llynraiery. Urlping. Bilions Coiio-.. .-i.J
1 aoirra .Moman. vomiting
t aickib Cold. Bronchitis .
Neuralgia, Toothache, raceache ...
Ileadai hea, sick Headache, Vertigo
ypepaia. Bilious Mi-mach
Suppressed or Painful Periods.
Whiten, 100 Profuse Pertinis
f roup. Coush, Pilticnlt Breathing ...
alt Kkenm. Erysipelas. Emotions.
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Fains....
Fever and Ague. Chili. Malaria....
Piles, Blind or Bleeding
Catarrh, Influenza, Cold in tbe Head
W hooping Cough. Violent c'ouirtw.
(eneral Ikehilit .i'hyslcai Weakneaa
K idnf v Ilifite
Nervous Itehilitv .
I r I n I- v Vt-nkna. WeTtlnc Bed. ..141
Diseases of I bell eart, Palpitation l.Ott
Sold by rruglsrs, or sent postpaid on receipt
rtf price. PR. Hl MrHKIvs' Mitiil. (14 pares)
richly oonnd in cloth and gold, mail-d free.
HTJMPHBEYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. Wiliicm and John Streets, New York.
KID PASS, 1S7S.
from which the excess cf
oil lias been removed, is
audit is Soluble.
are used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sujar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing Itss than one cent
a cci. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
is well as for persons in health.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
CHAS. W. YERBURY, Manner.
Successor to Adamson & Rnick,
Shop Nineteenth St., h-t.
GeneralJobbing Rnpairicg j roinptly done.
JHSecond Hand Machinery boncht, ?oid and rvpair-d
ISCOHPORATED CSDER THE THE 6TAT3 LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dal!y from '1 a. m. :o 4 p. m., and Saturday evening from 7 ;o 8 o'clock.
Five percent interest paid oa Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. HBTNOLDS. Pre. t C. OSNKMAXS, Tice-Pree. J. M. BCFORD, Cathier
P. L. Mitchell, B. P. ReynoMs, P. C. Denkmann. John Cra!aeh. C. F. Lrtde.
J. J. Reiner?, L. Simon, K. W. Harst, J. M. Bford.
JacKeos 4 HrasT, Solicitors.
HT"W'.U begin bnmes Ja'y S. 1S. d will occupy backicg rwa with Mitchell & Lj a
until new bank ii completed.
What Constitutes a Tailor-Made Suit?
Wby, cne that i cnt especially for yon ty a man who is an arti't and ttaor Jn-hly nnder-tatds
his bncineta. it is then maiie by a man who h;t- j ut In year? le.irniriz hi? 'rade. nd is a ni.i
ierworktnan. Thsi i whv clothins mtt try to pa-s eff thc'.r eoods a tailiT made, tthonii
fact they are mle by wi men in laciines in the eat. at ?TarvaTion p-ic Patrotiiz-.- horn- : -dnstry
and let ds ki t-p oar money riirht here at tome, mill not ?tid it t at for foreirn iuh r
ROGERS THE TAILOR,
314 BRADY ST.. DAVENPORT, IA.,
hie the;iar?-tftcc- of ? u:tinr and pantinc? in the three citiet .tiiil i making thorn up at p nali.
pricef, and gi ii.e -ati-faction ev. ry time. Fit and ?:? Eaar.intecd . Sui; made tvoi.r. ,
t:ie:i;;re S"2) and tip. Pan made to your measure 5 ar.C up.
ROGERS THE TAILOR.
Fmptlttor of the Brady Street
All kind? of Cut Flowers cor.staatly on hand.
Green Eoa?e?- Flower Storo-
One b.o:k norta of Centra! Park, th largest in Ia. Col Bndy Street, Davenport. Iowa.
House and Sign Painter.
Fir?t-claes Graining and Paper Har.-.ng.
P. Box 672
M'r fiiffermff i ranged
antl hn r L-)u-t...l t.T-. .
duo lf lone invalids.
lY Hfl-Ui PaSTILUS. the
underfill home ireatment
Is a sure mrv f. r White
or Leu-orrtKPa. lnflnmnm-
nd all complaint peculiar to 1- emalea. Pwtpiud, tx.
ror pie in Kock Iland by Hartz A BabneE
Third Tenne nd Twentieth Ptreet "
Wc are opening tae most complete line of Hardware specialties erer oOand Sa Back
Island beside onr reynlar s ock of staple and builders Hardwata
Poeket, Tables Kitchen Cutlery,
Nails, Steel Goods, Tinware, Stoves, Eto?
SFIClAiTl3-aimax Coot, and Hanres, "Florida- and WUber Eol WaUr Eemt
riorlda Steam Bollera, Paateur Germ Proof FUtera, Ecot-y Fn J. -m&
Sheet Iroa work, Plnmblag, Coppersmlthlng and Steam Fitting.
BAKER & HOUSiyEAN,
1823 Second avenne, Rock Island.
M GAS FITTER.
-ASD DEALE3 IX-
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pip
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
fTBet work at fair price?. Estimates furn:sbeJ.
OSce and ?b.ou 219 ISth St Trlechone 112
Rock Island, 111.
Hock Island, 111
Klret and Second Averjue.
Stop Fo-rth Are. bet. aist and 22d St.
AGENTS OP EVERY KIND
Ir.?nracce. Fraternal Order, hook or otherwise-.
Members pet $1(0 in one rrar. Tbry pay tut $!
a week. Anybody on make at the lowest $1-:;
each week easily. Everybody want? a certifier.,
because for each member they bring in tby t
ihelrllOOamonthearlier. This is a coed thk
and don't mistake it. Addre
J. L. UNVERZAGT. Seen irr.
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