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AIL CONTESTS OFF.
i iiiinuia L.ct;acaiui a o ui t-rr ine
THEEE MG3.2 VOTES I0S SI2TAT0S.
Identical AunnDncrmrDti for Kwh I'al
lot Another Break in the tau'liignn
Combine The Patrons Vote with the
Repul lira nt Kannan A Mimic i" Men
Vhus an Anti-Force Bill K-t!ution
The Wisconsin Statesmen I lilted
State Seuatorn Klected.
Spkingfield, Ills., Jan. CO. Yt sterday
morning's proceeding in the house
were brought to an abrupt teni.ination
after the reading of the journal, on ac
count of the notion of the election com
mittee in postponing its final r port on
the contested election cases until 2 o'clock.
It seemed that the members of the com
mittee eutered it. to an agreement with
the senate election committee to dispose
of all contests in a single report , which
was to be introduced after roll-cali. When
the committee held its final nieei int; at 9
o'clock Chairman Reed Green said he
thought it would lie wiser to postpone
filial action until 2 o'clock.
Mathewa Keads a Riot Act.
When this decision was communicated
to Senator Milt Mathews, chairman of the
seaate committee, he became very angry,
and, calling the four senators wh jse seats
were threatened into a committee room.
to)d them in rather vigorous language
that they must get the house ccumiittee
to finish its work at ouce or there would
be no joint session of the house in.d senate
to ballot for United States sena .or. Ar
nold and Xoonan said they wou Id not go
into the joint session and they were
speedily reinforced by Senator Andy
O'Connor, who said that the contests
must come to an end. O'Connor hastened
OTer to the house, and calling Reed Green
astae urged him to get his committee
together without delay and fiiish the
Dnsiness in baud.
The Report Vm Forthcoming.
To do this necessitated a re&ss until
11:80 o'clock, and when Speaker Crafts had
ine situation explained to him he had
business postponed for an hour and a half.
The committee prepared its report in short
order. W. H. Harry, attorney for Iiutzow,
wuo nas oeen contesting Ham iltou's seat,
formally withdrew his client's claim, and
the matter was disposed of forever, in
the cases of (ieorge C. McCrone, S. D.
May, C. V. Chandler, John L. Oeber, Ed
1 Merritt, W. G. Dawkins. William
Payne, and Dominick Graham, a general
order was entered giving them quit claim
deeds to the seats they have leec occupy
ing. And So End the Content.
The explanation for this action is that.
the grounds of contest in each case were
no sufficient to warrant the committee in
unseating auy of the members. When the
boose reconvened the report was uani
mously adopted. The senate disposed of
the contests against Arnold, Noonan, Cop
pinger and Caldwell in the same summa
ry manner, and &11 four of these senators
need have no further tear about the tenure
of their official terms.
In the Joint Convention.
Speingfield, Ills., Jan. 23,- The two
houses of the legislature met iu joint con
vention yesterday and took the first vote
for senator. McDonald nominated Palm
er and Fuller performed that office for
Oglesby. The vote was the same as in
the separate houses Palmer, 101, Oglesby,
100; Streeter, a Tw omore ballots were ta
ken with the same result, and the joint con
vention adjourned. How long t,hin thing
will be kept up no one can predict. Lit
tle business was done in the senate,
the most important being the re :eption of
the resolution adopted by the hoase favor
ing the election of United States senator
bj the popular vote. In the hou e Merritt
introduced a bill amending nim-teen sec
tions of the revenue law, one provision of
which makes taxes payuble in tw o install
ments. Geher introduced a bil! prohibit
ing nuious among contractors to refuse to
compete with each other. A resolution to
investigate the conduct of the Anna Insane
asylum was introduced, lirutu ity to the
inmates is char 'ed
MICHIGAN PATRONS BCLT.
Another Kick Out of the Trace Got.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 22. -In the state
Benate yesterday three of the four Patrons
of Industry senators bolted from their
Democratic allies again and loted with
the Republicans for an eight days' recess
to visit the state institutions instead of a
five days' recess, which they had agreed to
in caucus wit h the Democrats. A resolu
tion providing that the visiting ( ornmittee
should receive only their nctiml traveling
expenses, was tabled by the K publicans
aided by the Patrons of Industry.
Change in she Board' Personnel.
The governor made a lot oi appoint
ments, including the following: Mem
bers of the state board of agriculture, Ed
win Phelps, of Pontiac, and Henry Cham
berlain, oflhree Oak; members of the
board of managers of the Soldiers' home,
Rash J. Shank, of Lansing, and L. G.
Rutherford, of Grand Rapids, for six
years; Charles H. Manley, of Ann Arbor,
for two years, and L. Wells Spragne, of
Greenville, for four years. Thee changes
in the Soldiers' home board give the con
trol to the Democrats, and will lead to
wholesale changes in the staff, as well as
the inevitable investigation.
The following were also petit in: Com
missioner of insurance, William E. MagilL
of West Pay City; state salt inspector,
Michael Casey, of Saginaw; warden of the
upper peninsula prison, A. William Malm
borg, of Ishpeniing; inspector general,
Henry B. Lathrop, of Detroit; adjutant
general, Judson S. Farrar,of Mount Clem
ens; quartermaster general, Frederick B.
Wool, of Adrian.
The Quarrel in Connecticut.
Hartford, Conn., Jan. 22. When the
state senate met Tuesday Lieutenant Gov
ernor Merwin, who is one of th; hold-over
state officials until the question as to who
was elected last November is decided, en
tered the chamber, took the gavel and
culled the body to order and m ide a short
conciliatory speech in which, w hile claim
ing his right to preside, be said he would
not always insist on that right. He then
handed the gavel to the Democratic pres
ident pro tern, and left the chain ber. Yes
terday the senate attended the joint sena
torial convention and upon rt turning to
its chamber a Republican mo ed to cor
rect the journal so as to shov that the
lieutenant governor called tlv Iwuy to or
der Tne-dny. The Democrats defeated
the motioi and the senate adjourned to
The Muddle in Montana.
Helena, Mont, Jan. 22. The Demo
cratic members of the legislature, acting
on the advice of the party leaders, have
decided to make a counter prosition to the
Republicans, looking to a compromise by
which the two rival houses can get to
gether and do some business. The last
proposition was maJe by the Republicans
and proposed that twenty-five jf each
party about wLose election there is no
dou'ot, meet :t one house. The Demo
crats rej.-cted this, as it would have left
out both sets of Silver Bow contestants.
The Democrats now propose to seat two
Democrats from Silwr Bow nn I three Re
publicans, the Democrats taking nil the
offices of the house, the Republican li iv
iu one majority.
A Curious Thing In Wlr.rnnnin.
Mai.isox, Wis., Jan. 22. A nintiU-r im
portant bills were introduced yesterday in
the legislisture. The curious thing about it
was that none of them came from the
Democratic majority, but from the small
knot of Republican statesmen left over.
One bill introduced in the senate provides
for the deposits of public funds in certuiu
institutions and fixes the rate of interest.
Bilis in the house: An anti-trust bill; re
ducing railway rates on the C. nd X., and
C, M. and St. P. roads by 1 cent a mile.
The committee having charge of them is
hard at work on the bills to rejal the
Bennett law and this will be one of the
first matters atteudeil to.
The Kansas Statesmen.
Topkk A, Kan., Jan. 22. The most excit
ing discussion of the session took plruf)
yesterday in the house when a resolution
was introduced by Xealy, of Leavenworth,
leader of the Democrats, denouncing the
force bill and instructing Kansas senators
and congressmen to oppose it The Alli
ance mem iters and Democrats were united
in favor of the resolution, the vote being
91 for and 26 against. Seuator Rush in
troduced a concurrent resolution calliug
on the Kansas delegation to introduce a
bill iu congress to abolish the national
banking ct. Sixty-two Republican mem
bers caucused last night, and resolved to
stand by Ingalls to the end.
The Senatorial Votes.
Chicago, Jan. 22 The North Dakota
legislature held a joint session on United
States senator yesterday. Pierce got 18
votes, Hansborough 13 both Republicans.
McCormatk, Deux, got 24. and Miller,
Ind., 12. In the South Dakota joint ses
sion Moody, Rep., 76; Trip, Deui., 24;
Harden, Ind., 20; others scattering. Neces
sary to choice, 85.
The following senators were made to
read their titles clear yesterday: Voorhees
in Indiana, Vance in North Carolina, Vest
in Missouri, Cameron in Pennsjlvauia,
Gallinger in New Hampshire, Mitchell in
Oregon, Teller in Colorado. Piatt in Coa
necticut, Hill in New York, Jones ia Ar
kansas. A TRIUMPH OF SURGERY.
Cat's Ril SuccesKfti:!y re.-l for the
ririilge of a Y.ruutia Nose.
Decati-K. Ills., .; i .. 22. A Decatur
young woman hiis rrce::Uy been operated
upon successfully in a ,iauuer that will
excite the interest of m:i- ;eons throughout
the country. The Uise is the grafting of
the ribs of a cat to form the bridge
or the nosa of the young woman
in ques:iou. Metal supports have
oeen useu, out. tney are known to
produce irritation and ulceration after a
time. The patient in the case is a young
woman who, when a child, had her nose
broken, and as a result of the decay of the
bones following this injury the bridge of
the nasal organ had been completely lost.
Performing the Operation
The patient was et herized, and a trans
verse incision nltout three-quarters of an
inch long made direc: ly between the eyes,
extending down to the bone. All the so;t
parts were then separated from the bones
from the tip of the nose up to the fore
bead and about one inch on either side of
the medium line out on the cheeks. When
this bad bacu done a half-grown cat was
quickly chloroformed and pieces of four
ribs, each two inches in length, were taken
from its side, rapidly cleaned of all super
fluous flesh, mid then inserted iuto the
wound which had been made in the pa
tient's face so that they raised up the skin
over them, thus farming a good solid
bridge. The operation was done with all
the modern antiseptic precautions and the
wound sewed up. The wound healed in
four or five days, and the slight scar is al
KAISER WILLIAM'S THROAT.
A Coincidence Noted Xli&i Hu an Omiu
ouii A ppenrutire.
London', Jan. 22 An oiciaous coinci
d. nee is u.eiiUoiu-u in coiuiodlja with the
curt fcsU i. ioles o! ;.'.), ,l..y tjight at Ber
l:n. Tl.e JJuipcrur i.ii.i.im was to have
me.de a ;!ecu, but ins p-.ysijiiuis insisted
that he should not, owing to a sore throat.
This was exactly the tirst public an
nouncement made regarding the trouble
which brought about the death of ti.e inte
Emperor Frederick, and the recollection
of that fact cast no little gloom over Mou
day night's hrtiliunt assembly. The ques
tion suggested to many iuimls is whether
the young kaiser has the U-ginniug of the
terrible complaint which gave hhn the
crown at IW. The German press dare not
hint such a thing, but Berlin is full of
An A red bat Lively Couple.
Anbonia, Conn., Jan. 22 The Rev. Put
ney, pastor of the Methodist church, has
had for guests for a few days a ra'. her re
markable couple. They were Mr. and
Mrs. Guiou, who are both over 70 years old
and are on their wedf.ing trip. Air. Put
ney was called to rro;klyn la-tt wees to
marry them. Mr. Guion is closely related
to the Guions of ocean steamship f.i:i,e.
He is a prosperous farmer at h. tiiewV
Court House, Ya. Neither of the aged
couple looks over 55.
A Sort of Htar. Chamber Affair.
Mitchell, Ind., Jaa. 22. The religious
revivals are still in progress, and as a re
sult the temperance feeling is growing. At
a mass meeting at the Presbyterian church
Tuesday the citizens selected a committee
which is to select twenty persons unknown
to any one but the committee, who are to
see to it that the law is eu forced in regard
to selling intoxicating liquors and gam
bling. The Gladatonean Win.
Losiio.v, Jan. 22. The election at
West Hartlepool yesterday resulted in the
success of the Gladstone candidate, Mr.
FurnessKby a vote of 4,603 to 4,305 for Sir
William 'Gray, the Unionist candidate.
WON HER IN THE RING.
Two Brother Fight Ten Rounds with
t.irl a the Price.
Wtlkesbasre, Pa, Jan. 22. The town
of Plymouth was the scene Monday night
of an uousuh! prize fight in which twe
brothers were the principals. A sweet
heart co vet M by both was at the bottom
of the trouble. The two young men are
John and Michael Wright, both employed
at the mines ami living in a suburb of
Plymouth kuown as Whitewash, They
bad both been raying attention to a young
woman living near by. It seems that she
favored Michael, and this made John very
bitter. On Monday night they had a fier e
qu irrel about her, and John offered to
fiiit Michael with the understanding that
it he was be.iten he should retire.
doliu Will H ive to Ketire.
Michael :i-reed and they went right oi.t
into a v:i-;int lot. selected a couple of com
panions assjconds ami went at it. Though
u itlier b;i.l much science they fought in
reuiur ion i .s of three min.iU-s cacti.
The light Ja .ted ten rounds of hard m.m-menii-.
h.,-lt exerted themselves to the
ui,imst hud fought most uesperuU-ly.
B ith wvre b.iuly puuished, but at the end
of the tenth round Jonu was knocked out
of ciht with a ternbld blow over the
heart and could not come to time again.
Fire at Il.lmboro, N. D., Wednesday
destroyed property to the value of $7U.wu.
The troops have begun leaving Pln
RhUe Iudinn agency. So the war may Le
said to be over.
Dr. Gutini.-tn, of Berlin, declares that
Professor Kocu's lymph tends to cure ul
ceration of the bow eb.
A sudden thaw caused a landslide at
Folkestone, England, which buried a cot
tage and killed three children.
Advices from Chili -ay that the revolt
there is spreading, parties of government
troops having passed over to the rebels.
The remains of the late George Ban
croft were interred in the family lot iu the
cemetery at Worcester, Mass., Wednesday.
The Ixtndon Times suggests as a solu
tion of the American negro problem that
the negroes be "exodusted" to Central
A rise of 25 degrees in temperature is
general in Europe. In ain and Algeria
Xhe snow ad severe weather Lave cot
The body of King Kalakaua has been
embalmed and will be shippod to llono
lulu on the United Slates warship
The campaign tenants in Ireland give as
their reason for settling with the land
lords that the league had failed to sustain
them financially, as promised.
Frank Parmelee, the Chicago omnibus
muii, Las boarded at the Palmer house in
tliat city for seventeen years and it Las
cost him tkJ,OJ0.
Maurice Mountfort, a Chicago restau
rant keeper, has achieved fame by refusirg
to give a home to Lis aged mother, and
Sugg sting that she be sent to the po. r
housu. The committee on public buildings and
grounds of the houe of tvpresentatiteE
has agreed to report favorably bill provid
ing 4,0U(I,0J0 for a new public b:i:l li:ig at
A molder employed in Iaidon & Co.'s
foundry at Bridgeport, Conn., sat down
in a tub of molten irou long euough to
burn off his trousers, but was entirely un
hurt. They call him a sabimanJer.
A largely attended state convention in
favor of equal franchise opened at Deca
tur, Ills., Wednesday. The principal ad
dresses were delivered by Mrs. Zeralda
Wallace, the venerable mother of Gen.
Lew Wallace, and Mrs. Maria Baldwin, of
A telegram to The L nd in Times sent
from t his country was hl n to Secretary
Biaine stating that the United States was
preparing ta sea l el.-veiiw.tr ships into
Behring sen. He declared it faise mid
said that tl e correspondent ciiould apobv.
g .e to the A .nerican people. The cor
s; on.lent says it was a brief suinm.irv f
an Aunupolis special to lhe New Yi rk
An itli r Kansas Iiank Failure.
Kansas cut, Jau. 22 A s;eci.il to TI.e
Star from Atchison, Kan., s::ys: The t';tw
ker City State bank has failed, and is n
the b:;nds of a receiver. The li:;bl!itii8
and unels cannot be ascertained. II. is
makes the third bank in Mitr.icll count v
that has tailed this week, aud the fuur h
within a week.
A Suggestion for Our tira-.rers.
Lomiox, Jan. 22 The Austrian diet
ha-i adopted a curious method ol provid
i igfora public duty by enacting a law
wl;i h levies a tax of 2iC0.1 fl.irins ou the
b iure for the support of the poor. The
exact relations of the stock exchance to
poverty is not sta'ed in the preamble.
'i he Weuther We May 1 ert.
Washington City. Jan. S.'.-Tbo fuUowins
are the wcnther indications for thirty-s.x hour
from s p. in. yestenhiy: For Wis. otisin L
snows; cleariu during the nhbtly colli
er; northerly winds, for Indiana Shower;
northwesteriy winds; stationary tenijterature.
For niiuois Light local showers; clearing dur
ing Thursday: northwesterly winds; ahichtly
colder. For Michigan Local snows: northerly
winds; colder weather. For Iowa- Fair weath
er, except local snows iu extreme eastern por
tion; northerly winds; colder iu northeaut. sla
t.on try temperature in southwest portion.
Chicago. Jan. it.
The quotations on th board of trade U-day.
were as followa: Wheat No. t January, opeuod
K6c, cl.Ked W'c; May. opened elided
",: July, opened 4C clad 813. Corn
No. Febrnary, ojieni-d 4 14c closed Wc; May,
oieuod, ti;-fcc cUmxhI 5. '3; July, opened and
closed MV'. Ou'j-Ko. t January, oienad
4J3-4C, cloned 44'4c; May, opened 4ir, cloxed
4:?c; July, o;cned 44we, cloned i. Pork
January, ojienei fchMij. cloHed $10 1; Fehruarv,
ofiened 10 11), cluaod tll.Oi; May, ojiened tl.ft
closed tin.!. Lard February, opened
ck Med Jj.f-'Vfeo.
Live stork Union stork yards quotations
were as follows: liovn Market opened slow,
wnak and lla 1.V-lower: Urbt irr..d, :ira
3&; routh packing, t3..i'aa.; mixed. ftt.Wa
3.BI; huavy packing and shipping knit, IZ Vxl
3.05; pigs, 12.7531 35.
Produne: Butter Fancy Mnnrator. T.c; Ldr
iua. liuust frwiii. lH uitc; paokinjf mUta, labile.
Eggs Fresh cundled, Sic per do. Drewd
poultry -Chiriens, t;.Tcper lb: ducka, 81040;
turkeys. lttrUc; geese. 6 i8c Potatoes-White
rose. It a!c per Im: red rose. Woe; Hebron.
6iWe; Peerless, lutaic; Burbanka, iQ,Xc
Sweet potatom-Jerseyrf, S&Tjftl.uu per brl
Dlint.i9, :i ia:.on. Apples -Cooking.
per bH: eat np. fliX6.(S); Michigan choice,
?3.rJ4.Uu; peddlers' stock, Sl.&J.it.
!' Vot k.
Nsw Yohk. Jan. 21.
Wheat -No. 2 red winter cash, SI.01U4; do
May. $1.03; do Juua, $1.04; dojuiy. 874c.
Oorn No. 2 mixed cash, filler.. An. irQi .......
. ' t IBWUNJ,
Uc; do May. &;. OatsVniot; Jo. 2 mixed
roorwy, uiyfec; uo Slay, aV&t
Ryo LiulL Barley Noituai. Pork Dull; mam,
SU.505ill.'TS for new. IrJ-Oti. L'..v
"X -"., . UUl II I T ,
rz r, h ;j it
!x t!ii; 7i;!s, :.h the Cfeitat
O-NERV0U3 DEEIL1TY. VorX Man.
hood. Failing Mtmory, Exhf.utirg Drk.r.s,
Terrible Dreams. Head and bick At he t4
theciferiieuJin to early dtcty ttj ;-h p. Con
sumption or Insari'y, trcicd i--r..ii c11 Ly ocw
BKlhxl with r..vir-f:.:i.cg tucce.
-SYPHIL15 md a: b(i Z'.sct a.J Ci'n
Dmeisr rf rmnnrnt.y tvrti.
Kir K I L . E. Y a;.d URINARY coirr'airtx.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, 6 tnctere, V'rlcccele ami
all diwrucs cf the tie&ito-L t t.n Oi-t cured
proaipiJv without mjtiry tu u.iJ, f ivaty or
"No experiment. Ate ar.i eirtr'J-jcs
important. Consultation tree aifl kacrrd.
"All corresporuirnre i kcTvti. f.a.a
Forty Year" liriicr nuMn !-. t t . t-c;- r
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Dr. Clarke a tuil hiotory .f ytir c..i. i!u;t,
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fl .cd Upwaid.
The p:.vat property of 'be Trusteee ta rt-at-oo-elbie
to la dvnoriuira. Tbe ofticrra are pvLUm
ted from horrowian anr of ita tcotn-v. winora
aad married wan t proictd hj aixbl !.
Ornrrr.-:?. W. Wnn'-, pMert; PnB
riBMniicia. Vice Pree.dttt; C. T. Utittwu.
Tarrrisa: S. W. Wbaclork, Porter kin Der.
C F. U'-nxtway, i. gi'.a Ua, O. J Edarj.
HL-am Darling, A. 8. V.TUtt. J. Keaur. L.
Ii. Hernenway. C. Vltnthom.
HfTlieoiJy chartered ea"ttif Baik '.n Eock
Alter 22 year axperleoee ta teach tar Inrtra
mental M aaic, I will protr.iae yon more LLrorr witb
lee ieaaona for the least money of ary rearfci r n
anrtar or f cperrikm. ciTea each Jorenil popO
Teacher will aava csonry to order their Maaic
Books of ua. One-third eff of marked price oa
bbeetaiomc to every ooe. Lea-re order, naming
aolhor, at my maaic rooms, 1401 Fecood avrcoe.
teacher bow to teach.
Afldreaa me at laUo Bray t, DaTen;r, la.
ItHa. C. A. KEBEtZB.
").trr;c"!l A. .:er.
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l t .r -l t-t a t- t
a.'..! . "'J.
W an tKa Vui.r..
P o rI to pet I Eft;iat Ecfbre Contracting.
J.DUFiFEE & conp'y.
104-lpq rrankl,n-t.. ChicSKO.
Ladle L'aIa Dac'a Periodfeal PU1, of Pana.
France : guaranteed to accomplish all that is
Claimed for them. Tobeued monthly for trochlea
Kculiar to womea. Fall direction wits each
Pr " or three lose for IS. Americas
lH! 'Sfl' PwoPfletor. cpeocer, lows. Ths
MBiaepul obtained of OUo FnderC la.rtrtC
ItocAIslaad, J.ppa Co., iMvceporl, anoflj!
iU aravkStS. mUtmCM
THE MOLINE WAGON.
Manulacturers o! FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS
appios Sec the MOU SIC AUS bafora parcta,r
ej ; 1
CHAS. W. YERBURY, Miahger.
J waa a at
IT. C. HOPPE,
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Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
CsUUPBB THJLIf BBBGLZM.
ead far circa lar.
(Soccaaaor t OhlwoCar A pilfer)
Contractor and Bnilder,
8hop Third a-erne, between 10th and 11th street,
(Tnd Eoch's old tUad.)
CT AH kinds of Csrpear work and repsirirj; dote. SOf actio- guixkatetd.
B. F. DeGEaAaE,
Contractor and Bviilder,
Offlcaj ud Shop Corner 6ernitentb Pt.
House and Sign Painter.
flrat-claa (Jrsialae asi Papr Hasl(.
P O. B 6T2
GEORGE SOLUTE, Proprietor.
19M Second Area... Corner of llxt:U
The choicest Wines, Liquors.
DAVIS & CO.,
' A rcesrlets elock of'
Pipe, Braes Goods, Packirg,
Hose, Fire Brict, Etc.
So Areata for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
W -tirLa erery ooe parfert. and w1!3 eeed Ct aa.
Twenty say's trial, M repoeia.b) parUea.
Safetj Ilcstitg Doiler And Cootrsdori for
furciet'.sg iAd lsjiuc Wsttr, aod
171 S roar Arc.
Rock IaUad, iniooif .
Tepaotc Hit. Ee!derc 1 alrpbao 100.
AND CAS FIBER.
MSD dxalxb es
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
3Best work st fair prices. Estirsatts Jutitifd.
Office ted shop 219 19th St. Telephone 1182.
Rock Island. 111.
BAl KZCETTEO EU
1603 Second avenue.
Book Iblaitd, III.
T. U- ELLIS. Rock Is1saL EL.
ltnC) Cor. FosnaeciU St. ss4 lecobd At.
T i T t
Shop Poerts Ava. kwC Km saAS! iu.
Street. . Oppoaiu Han-,-. rW,
Beer and Cigarsalway so Hand
1 . laHtUM FmUUi. cv. cu.