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THE IRON OCTOPUS.
A Michigan Solon Will Tie Him
BADICAL EAUXAY LAWS PROPOSED
A Butch of Measures, One of Which In
volves a Constitutional Amendment
The Illinois Fight Still Develops an In
vincible Icallock Lively Joint Ses
sion Incidents The Alliance Conven
tion Adopt Manford's Scheme, and Ad
journs to Meet at Chicago xt Offi
Lavsino. Midi., Jau. 30. A grist of
startling railroad legislation was di.mped
Into the lopier by Representative Jttck
m, of Detroit, yesterday. He pres ented
bills repealiug the charters of the old
Grand River Valley road, operated by the
Michigan Central, and the Erie and Kala
mazoo railroad, operated by the Lake
More and Michigan Southern, anl fol
lowed this up by a joiut resolution to sub
nit to the vote of the people next sprinsj a
proposed amendment to the constitution
which will enable the state to buy rail
roads cutri.eht under certain conditions.
All this was followed by a bill announcing
that nn ler the provisions of Act ses
sion laws of tPtii, the sttte elects to pur
chase from the Michigan Central com
pany its railroad and its property and ef
fects. Keal Turpose of the Bill.
The bill makes the governor the pur
chasing ueut, and provides that in case
the company and the state cannot tigree
upon the market value of tiie stocks of the
company, the supreme court shall fix the
valuation, and within, tv years the ate
treasurer shall pay tne company the
amount clue it. The bill conflicts with
the constitution as the latter stands at
present, and therefore will not be pmhecY
until the propo-ted amendment is voted
upon in the sprint;. The real intent ol' the
bill is to force the Michigan Central people
to give up the special privileges and im
munities they enjoy under their cha-ter,
and if this can be accomplished no ser ou
effort will be made to force the state into
Tho KaUmiuno Asylum.
The committee appointed to visit the
Kalamazoo asylum for the insane will ask
for the appointment of a special comtnis!
aion to loon into alleged abases of the in
stitution. The committee brought btck
with them affidavits backed up by verbal
statements from citizens and police olli
cers, alleging brutal treatment of patients
by attendants, the withholding of uee led
medical attendance and the starving of
violent patients into submission.
THE ILLINOIS JOINT SESSION.
A Conple nf Incidents That Uroke
Monotony Legislative Record.
Springfield, Ills., .Tan. 31 Bills w?re
introduced in the senate yesterday: Alkw
ing appeals to county boards against im
proper appraisements; requiring buildiag
and loan associations to make annual
statements; providing for the Australian
ballot system; the Chicago Ballot Reform
league's election bill.
In the bouse. White of Whiteside, iu le
balf of himself and Morgan of Kirly,
asked that a protest be recorded agaii st
the action of the house iu adopting tie
resolution instructing the senators from
this state to vote against the "force" bi '.I.
It was so ordered. The protest says th-
me rif;ui ol iree exercise oi sun rage is
more important than any World's
fair. The resolution of Moore de
nouncing tne railway commis
sioners, was referred to the elections com
mittee 77 to 7 the F. M. 15. A. men and
Iloul, Democrat, voting with the Repui-
licans. itoul said that the declaration in
the preamble that the commission had
been conducted "solely in the interest of
the corjMiratious," etc., was too strong.
Some Fun in Joint Session.
in tne joint session iur imuots were
taken. At the conclusion of the third bal
lot Van Praag, of Chicago, moved that o:i
the next ballot the two lowest should be
dropped. To this remarkable motion tha
chair replied that he would like to so rule
but it was impossible. The fourth ballot
having been concluded, with no change in
the vote, Fuller moved to adjourn. Tho
Democrats objected, and the ayes and nayn
were demanded. llie three F. M
B. A. men voted aye. But thu
surprise came when, of Geher, of Peoria,
Democrat, also voted aye. There were
loud protests from the Democrats, but
Geher was firm. He said he was no ma
chine, and was told that there was not a
prominent Democrat in his district who
would uphold him; that if he was bigger
than his party he had better run it, etc.
But be still stuck to his vote, and said
that there was no sense in voting when
there was nothing to be gained, and that
he would be found on the same side more
than once before the matter was settled.
Farmer Taabene ck Indignant.
A story from Columbus, O., to the effect
that one Ilodzers, who obtained his release
from tho Ohio penitentiary on forged let
ters, etc., and then disappeared, was the
very image of Farmer 'launenecK, ana lm
plying that Rodgers and Taubeneck were
identical, reached here yesterday, ana
Taabeneck is hot. lie says the story is &
lie, and that he will prosecute every per
son connected with it origination.
ENDORSED STANFORD'S SCHEME.
The Farmers Alliance "Bounds Cp" Its
Work, So to Speak.
Omaha. Neb., Jan. 30. The warmest
discussion during the meeting of the Na
tional Farmers' Alliance occurred at the
closing session yesterday afternoon over
the resolution introduced by President
Pvesolved, That we, the land owners of
the country, pledge ourselves to demand
equal rights with bankers and others who
borrow money from the United fatates
that we demand that the government loan
to individuals upon real estate security an
equitable suss of money at a rate or luter
est not exceeding 2 por cent, per annum,
insumsnotexceedine 83.0IH) to any one
individual, and that the amount loaned be
apportioned among the states, counties,
and townships accordingto population.
Klectlon of Officers.
The same resolution was considered at
the session Wednesday afternoon and was
defeated, but vesterday. after many of aa
opponents had leit far home, a motion to
reconsider w curried and the resolution
was railroaded through, although a great
deal of acrimonious talk was indulged la.
At the morning session officers were elect
ed as follow: President. John H. Powers,
,v "c"r:1SK i; e::-vc vice presidents, among
them Wil.ilm 10i-in..rl InAinm. TLil
iorge, Ilnao.s; G. M. Butts, Wisconsin;
G. O. Collins, Iowa. Secretary and treas
urer, August Post, of Iowa. Chicago was
chosen as the place for holding the next
annual meeting. Final adjournment was
taken at o'clock.
Dm lined to Thank Wolcott.
Denver, Colo., Jan. 30. Representative
rnets.' resolution thankino- K4nntn
'oleott for bi. action on the force bill
came op for consideration in the hnnu
iterday. a:id wjls nromnlr IjiI.L.H nn th
. - - . tr-j . v..vj
UCirde that it wim snmpwliat i,nno..
- - vaw uuuvVX7
sary that a legislator should receive a pat
mi me uacs every time he happened to do
the right ti.inq;.
THAT SILVER POOL INQUIRY.
ome Interesting Tacts Developed About
WaSMIXOTON ClTY. Jan. 30 There won.
ioine facts developed before tha committee
ivestigating tha alleged silver pool
redtiesJay which, while they did not add
lvthing to the proof of the existenra nf
such a pool, threw some light on the way
alters are sometimes managed in nolit.
ical circles in this c.itv Th utni.tr
told by Dockery in making a statement
relative to a former statement made by
Correspondent Stevens, of The St. Louis
Globe-Demnr.rnt tn tha cflFnof tl.r it
- . . - u viauv m ..OA
the purpose of the Democrats to delay
Senator Vest's testimony before the coru-
Filibustering Against Time.
Dockerv said that h
timony delayed, and continued: "I did
uoi want to onng out the testimony con
cerning Senator Cameron until Wulr.oa-
day. I have no concealment about that
now. During the time the resolution was
pending before the committee T fnrmmi
the belief that there were Thirties whn
might desire to use that testimony in ro
ped to another bill. 1 was informed by
i senator that nnl.!r
proached him (I do not use "approach" in
an offensive way) and suggested to the
senator that it would be just as well to let
the resolution for an investigation drop.
To that suggestion the senator approached
cjjueu mat, lie couia not aUord to do
that and that he wanted thn wwlminn
Wanted to Save Cameron.
"The Senator then Ankixl tha inrntlnmon
trlir hi. n-.ntiul it- .l-n-.n.ri rr-i.:.. .
j " " . . .v .'jj.-v. A.itia iiiau I xy-
plied that he did not care about it himself,
but that he understood that some of the
bCVS had tinil-rht. Kilver Ui.l tha imr.Hn.
sion the senator got was that they were
nervous and wanted the thing stopped.
nen asked to say who the boys were, the
gentleman narui-d two representatives.
aow I will relate, frankly, why I wished
the testimony delayed. I believed that in
fluences were bein brought ou the sena
tor in question (meaning the senator who
was said to be connected with silver wino.
ulutiou) to make him vote for t';e force
bill, and so wanted the investigation de
layer m the hope of getting one more
Mi at of the Blatter.
The gist of the above acknowledgement
U that if Vest had testified to Cameron's
deal in silver it might have been used Jo
force Cameron to vote for the cloture rule,
under penalty of having his purchase of
silver wished to a noitiL x.-iiere it. would
have been very unideasant for Don. even
to his defeat for re-election to the senate
by the Pennsylvania legislature.
The C impression a! Summary.
Wash :n; ton' Crrr, Jan. :w Tha senate
yesterday, after morning business, took
up the apportionment bill. The amend
ments providing for an additional repre
sentative from the states of Minnesota,
Missouri, Arkansas arid New York were
dejected and the bill passed as it
tame from the house. Tne army
appropriation bill was theu taken
up. A proviso in the bill that no officer
shall receive pay as an o.'lieer on the re
tired li-t while receiving a salary as a gov
ernment, oili:;ial was struck out The bill
went over without action. After a short
executive session the senate adjourned.
In the house an orderwas made issuing a
warrant for the arrest of .1. A. Owen by,
wanted j.ist now for his connection with
the alleged silver pool, and who has sa far
failed to o!ey a summons to appear and
give his testimony. He will be arrested
for contempt of the house and brought be
fore the bar. The military academy bill
was then considered in committee, but
without action the house adjourned.
Vote on the Apportionment It ill.
Washinoton Citv. Jan. 30. When the
amendments to the apportionment bill
came up in the senate yesterday Davis,
McMillan, Paddock, Stewart, and Wash
burn voted with the Democrats on that
one giving Arkansas seven representatives.
Casey, another Republican, joined the
Democrats in the vote on the amendmeut
giving Miutu'.soti an extra representative
aad two Djmo:rats did not vote. Davis
alone of all the li -publicans
voted for giving Missouri one more mem
ber, and Davis aud Paddock voted to give
New York one more. The amendments
were all defeated, and iu the passage of
the bill the vote was strictly partisan.
ilift Irjuun at the Capital.
Wa-shixuton C'nr, Jan. SO. Fourteen
Sioux Indians and three interpreters, in
charge of Special Agent Lewis, arrived in
this city yesterday irom Chicago. They
are carefully guarJe I at their boarding
house and are not permitted to tali with
any one. No arrangements have as yet
have been made by Secretary Noble for a
conference with the Indians, but it will
probably take place early next weei.
Short in His Account.
New Yoi:K. Jan. 30. The Long Island
agency of the Buffalo Fire Insurance com
pany in Brooklyn is in charge of a Mr.
Huffner, and it is given out that the
regular manager, Charles WL Ackerman,
has disappeared. It is alleged that short
ages amounting to 13,000 have been dis
covered in his accounts.
The Weather We May Kpert.
tFinisnrnv ninrv Jao. ). The following
are the weather indications fur thirty -six hours
Irani o p. m. yesterday: r or r Bvxjninn uwu
erally fair weather, except local snows in ex
treme eastern portion; westerly winds; colder
in southeast, (Stationary temperature la uurui
mrfnn ffnr Indiana and CliDois- Gen
erally fair weather on Friday, with coldar
.i,ii. nub For Iowa Generally
fair weather; westerly winds; warmer in
northwest, stationary temperature in south
east portion. For Lower Michigan Showers
Thursday nignt; generauy uur
Friday; westerly wmaa; aug-uuy coiuor. rw
Upper Michigan Local snows in eastern, fair
weather in western portions; variable winds;
light changes in temperature.
deadlock was broken
Thursday, the compromise in the boose
Eight Men Entombed in a Mich-
DOOMED BT A BAKEIEE OF FLAKES.
Death by Suffocation Their Horrible Fate
All Hope Abandoned and the Shafts
Closed to Quench the Fire The Entire
Population of the Vicinity Waiting for
News That Will Never Come Latent
from the Mammoth Mine Horror.
iBoy Mountain-, Mich.. Jan. 30. At
about 6 o'clock last evening a part of the
Chapin mine, the largest and most pro
ductive in Michigan, caught fire at the
sixth level and the fire spread to an alai ra
ng extent. Eight miners of the day shift
are underground, and cannot be rescued.
They bave probably succumbed to the
smoke. How the fire started in not known.
At 11:30 o'clock the fire was still spread
ing, and all the shafts had been closed
down. There is no hone of resenp
for the eight entombed men, whose names
can not yet be learned. The mine is situa
ted in the heart of Iron mountain, and
almost the entire population now sur
rounds it, waiting for some news from the
uuiortunate victims. The Chapin mine
was the second lartrast ore fthinnerin ilia
Lake Superior district, haying shipped
6ou,(Ko tons or iron last year. The Vander-
;iw were negotiating for its purchase.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHT CORPSES
The Total So Far Kecovered from the
Mammoth More In the Mine.
Pittsbtko, Pa., Jan. 3d. Tho exact
number of dead removed from the Mam
moth mine is 108. Twenty-nine of the
victims of the disaster were buried vester-
ten'.ay. The body of another miner u-mb
recovered early yesterday and identified as
ueorge Moiiard. it is the general impres
sion that a number of bodies are yet in the
mine, covered with deliris Vnnckiul Hou-n
by the explosion. A large number of men
are at work cleaning out the mine.
Two new and rich cold fields have been
discovered in Australia.
The Winona Paner comtrtnv. of Ilolv.
oke. Mass, failed for $VJ,)0 Thursday.
German free traders prortose to bold an
internation.il free trade cougress in Berlin.
The senate Thursday pished the con
gressional nprtiou:i!eat bill by a strict
party vot e.
La Grippe is epidemic et lwisiuirt.
Ky., a town on the Ohio a!xut seven! v
miles u'oove Kvansviile, Ind.
Joseph Uc hard, of Pittsburg, has nn
air-ship in operation which goes in any di
recti a i:i vviiich it is steered in a halL
It is stated ia Pari that the sentence of
death by guillotine passed upon the mur
derer Michael Kyraud hi Iteen com
muted to imprisonment for life.
The Scotch railway strike i-, nearlv ovt r
and the strikers have mostlv gone ba k
on the company's terms and with the con
dition that bygone sLa'.I bj bvironcs.
Caldwell, Kau., i-. crowded with "boom
ers." w.j.i t)nt).r.L- to mvade tb- Cherokee
strip. Tiie boo.ners Lave alrea Iv laid out
towns, and many have selects 1 claims.
The government naval exhibit at the
Chicago World's fair will b,- contained in
a mammoth model of a complete mo lt r.i
war ship, which will be b.iiit iu the water
at a pier at Jackson park.
T. II Wheeler, a Pittsburg man who ! as
recently returned from Costa liica. says
that country is governed by an A merit, n
named Minus C. Keith, of i'.rooklvn. aid
further tutit the country is '-boiling over
At Merrill, Wis.. Thursday. District At
torney Anderson attacked Kditor Gcisler,
of The Advocate, and got worsted. Tne
"scrap" wivs pretty lively for a moment.
Tiie cause of the . attack was a charge
printed that Anderson insulted women.
Two notable deaths took place at Chi
cago Thursday. Geu. C. B. Norton, a
brave veteran aud well known writer.
aed to, uie.l at the Palmer house, and
Cnauncey B. Biuir, president of tho Mer
chants' Natioual bank, died at home on
Michigan avenue, aged W.
The hall occupied by the Western Art
association, at Omaha, fell to pieces
Wednesday, entirely destroying many
works of art, among them Bougereau's
"Ili-turn of Spring," tha picture that the
young religious tutausiast, Warbington,
threw a cliair through a few weeks ago.
An Englishman, living at Worcester,
Mass.. who married his dead wife's sister
ia England, ami then left her aud married
another woman In this country, Li on
trial for higamy. lie sets up the plea that
he is not guilty because marriage with
dead wife's sister is unlawful in England.
CBlCAOO. iiUl. 24.
The quotation.! on the board of trade to-day
were as follows: Wheat No. - January,
opened UlVjc, cloeed SP-ir; May, ojx'tW Mic,
clcmud UHvro; July, opened VlVc cluHed 9Vc
Corn No. 3 February, oimed t'Vj,c, cIkwhI
5oh-; May, opened Sic, closed July,
opened iiVi'. cioeed OaU-N'. 2 May.
oitened 4".ijC. cloned 4c: June, ooatd and
clue d 4."if.4i:: July, opeuod '!-ar-. closed O-.
Pork Jantury, ojxHied f;!.Mi. clji J"-53;
February, opened W STii. cloeed f J 7j; Hay,
opened $li13. closed fl0S4. Lard -February,
opcnotl 5.7 cijsod Jj.70.
Live st'k-Folio wing were the prices at
the Union Stock yards: Ho Mrket oimned
active aud firm, with priced il"o bitcher;
light grailoe, :-Xi3.a; rough parking.
ajO; mixed. SoMVttf-); heavy pa king and
ahfppin tots. i3.ta7U; pins. t2MX&i&.
Cottle Beef steers. $.i.B)i5: oowa and
bulls, j:.ifi2Tj; stockers and feeders. r-i
8.0); calves, ISBorJiO. bheep Trade was
fairly s.-tive, .M'aMi; Uuuha, tt.7Sis5.tt.
Prodaoe: ' Butter- Fancy separator, iMc;
dauiee. flnest, frmh, laiaie; pae.king stui:k
labile. EgB -Fresh candled. t!r. ier dos.
Dressed poultry -Chickens, friWsc per lb;
doi-ka, 97Ilc; t-orkeya UitkUo; gotMe, tafio
Potatoes White rose. toYptjc. per bu; red rose
Wc; Hebron, o9Jc; Pverleas, Koftic; Bar
banks, U$&c Bwaet potatoes Jerseys, V? 75
ki-00 per brt; Illinois. tUOULSJi Apples
CXwking. $amA4.0U per brl; eating. ROU OO;
Michigan choice, t3.TSi.U0; peoJlars' stock.
Ksw Yobjk. Jan. 9.
Wheat-No. 2 red winter cash. JLOftl.UO;
do February, $1.W; do May, tUft; do Jons,
f 1.U1 Corn No. t mix ad cash. 6Jtc: do Feb
ruary. 6c; do May, && Oats No. 2
mixed each, 6ic; do Febrnary, tea; do
May, AVgc Bye Doll. Barley Neglarted.
Pork Dull: m-ats, $U.iiill.n for new. Lard
-Quiet; February. &R May, fo.tXL
Live ttock: Cattle Firm, but no trading
in beeves: dreosod beef, staady; native aides,
&V.aac V B. Hheep and Lambs fihaetw
HtAOS.TU V 130 fcs; lambs. t&OmT CU- Hogs
Nominally staady; uvs asgs, s.u4.ua w iw
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brings relief and cure. It is a
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tonic and nervine. It imparts
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and appendages in particular.
"Run-down,n debilitated and deli
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As a regulator and promoter of
functional action, at that critical
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valuable in its effects when taken
for those disorders and derange
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most critical period, known as " The
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JNERV0U3 DEBrLITV. Lot Iao
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tlitc.TectMeam 10 early decay anorcm-p Coo
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S"AU corri'spondenr i& vrr- ; r: se
Forty Yfr- prartirc enal l-s Pt.Cl. i '. t",v.ax
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mplaist. nfarili. a:l t.u-jd. kt- -nJ rr
No i:i.it:tr l-o 1:1 f.-JVJ to enr- write
Dr. Clitkr a fr.ll history of ynv.r c"- i'oart,
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TO THE AFFLICTED !
Why irarb.e f-e toqnarkswbon the beat
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aNi- tiri'-efiof Tiie l-ern'henncair) or
pariHj frum the pn-M-titiUonaof Dr. Vrm-
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tixttn early inuvrnpttorsoruUier rauaus; ai-o
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vttltM II "PrienoepruTesUiatln.
di.ntlllHV.1 no i IL.L.I.O, U-rnaJ mrdtctrm will
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sad Monthly Irrenlarlties.
Ladies Us-L Doc's Periodical PIO, of Paris.
Prsnoe; Kaarantaed so scoomplish all that I
Claimed for them. To be saed aaonlhly tor trooblas
Kcaliar to womea. Fall direcUoas with each
x. S3 Der box or three boxes (or a&. imsrlras
Pill Co., royalty proprbrtors. b pea car, Iowa. Tb
Cola pill obtained of Otto stadart. aUmstraav
k Ialaad, Japps Ool, Davaapart, aad af all
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Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
A foil and complete line of PLATFORM aad other Sprlas Wajroaa, evpedally adapted t tats
Westers trade, of raperior workmanship and tn!a. Illastrated Prio List fro oa
appUcstios. he UsatuLliiB WACOM before purchaaiat.
Wfr H rr -i
"1 rougiii ana vasi Axon sua Lau atiuw
fj Hose, Packing. Sewer and Drain Tile.
CHAS. W. YERBURY. MaD2tr
IT. C. HOPPE,
r 11 T Mi. rU i TtV "A rr-i
Agency for Excelsion Roofing ComDany
Cbxapu thaji 6HE50LM.
Send for clrcslar, (Te'.epbos
C. J. W. SCHBEINEB.
Contractor and Builder,
1U1 aad 1131 Poartb svesae. Ee:dcoc lilt fesrU svesse.
Piss sad speciScatioos f araisked oa si) c:asss af work : also ereat sf Wafer's Pstrst IssiAs
SUdisc KUnds. eomctttcc ocw, stylitb sod desirabl.
BOCK ISLAXD. ILL-
B. P. DeGEAH,
Contractor and Builder,
Office aad Shop Corner BeTenVoexti Et,
and berenta Arenue,
AT"A11 kiaas of Arttssic wort s spadaT.
rami s si
Pixat-clsss Orsialcc sa4 Paper Eatlaj.
p. o. Bos ers
GEORGE BCHaFEB, Proprietor.
1A91 Secoad Avrns. Cora of S'.xtaecth Straet. - Oppaait Harper's Taaatr.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Bee and Cigars always on Hand
Pre Lsack iTary Day ssai riches PsrsJsssd m tasrt Hettos.
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DA7IS & CO,;
A complete stock af
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
naa Vira Tlmflr Vie
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10KS.
We raartate every oae perfect, aad win eest Ot pa.
Twenty day's trial, to responsible partis.
Safetj Eestinz Boilers and Cratnctors tor
t JTLiiLicg and Ujinc Water, sas
1712 Tim Arkv.
Bock Ialaat!. Xmaif .
Taier tot, ::tt. Ecsidesc TeVpaosS 100.
MID W FITTER.
-AS a DIALKS TS-
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Steam and Gas Fixtures.
work &t fair r rices. Estimate! zuraiebed.
and bhop 219 ISA St. Ttlet-hone 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
f THE TjallLOR,
HAS IITUTID HIS
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Bock Iblajtd, III.
T. H. ELLIS. Rock Itlsad. LTL.
lCOSi Cor. Pesrtaeath St. aad Second A v.
: : Rock Island.
satlauta far s3 ktaAs af s2ASafs
Step rerU Ave. hot. ttst sad tad Sts.