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THE AKGUS, THURSDAY, MARCn 1."., 1902.
.THE AEG US.
' Published Daily and Weekly at 14 Second
, Avenue, Rock IUod. , IlL (Entered at toe
- PoNtofflce sw Second-clans matter.
BY TfiK J. W- POTTER CO.
TERMS Daily. 10 cenu per week. Weekly.
ti.no per year in adrance.
AUcammnnicatlonsof polittcalor argumen
taiire character, political r rellgtqus. must
have real name attached for publication. No
fcucn articles will be printed orer fictitious
' signatures. "
Correspondence solicited from erery town
ship in Rock Island county.'
Thursday, March I'.i.
Call for Democratic Ward Cancoae and
The democratic voters of the. city of Rock
litand. 111., are hereby notlfled that demo
crat!? 'caucuses will le held in each of the
M?veral wards of the city. Thursday evening,
MaiVu 13. itfc-J. at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of
placing In nomination one candidate in each
". ward for the oOlce of alderman, electing two
. ward committeemen for each precinct in
. each ward, and electing ward delegates to
the city-township convention: and. further,
lor the transaction of such other business as
may properly be presented to the several
caucuses. The caucuses in the several
wards will be held at the following places:
First Ward Belswinger's barber shop,
Fourth avenue and Kourtn street.
Second Ward Naab's meal market
Twelrtn street and Seventh avenue.
Third Ward 1401 Second avenue
Fourth Ward Commercial hotel, cprner
Third avenue and Seventeenth street.
Filth Ward Hose bouse on Twenty-second
street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
Sixth Ward Hose house on Twenty-sixth
Seventh Ward-3llt Fifth avenue, opposite
kock island uepoi.
The democratic city-township convention
will meet at Turner ball, in the city of Rock
Island. 111.. Saturday evening. March 15,
MO?, at 8 o'clock to place In nomination can
didates for the following city and township
Three assistant supervisors.
one justice of the peace, to fill vacancy.
Also, to elect a chairman of the city-io
shin committee, and to transact such otl
hu-ness as may properly come betore the
The several wards of the citv shall be en
t filed to reprt-senlaMou in the riiy-township
convention as iouuws:
First ward iz
Second ward U
Third ward li
- Fourth ward II
Fifth ward 13
Sixth ward 15
Seventh ward 1.1
The basis ot representation being one dele
gate ior evrrv 30 votes, or major traction
torreof. cast for Brvan and Slcvcnsou at the
last presidential election.
JAMKN F. KUAN.
Chairman Democratic Clty-ToWnship Com.
W. B. MrlNTYKK.
.Secretary Ieinocratic City-Township Com.
The democrats of South Rock Island are
requested to meet at the town hall Thursday
evening. March 13. at 8 o'clock to nominate
township officers and to attend to such other
business as may come betore them.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
. the nomination as township collector, sub
ject to tire decision of the democratic City
Democratic ward caucuses tonight.
John D. Rockefeller has been giving
money to Washington ami Lee univer
The founder of the house of Hohen
olleri! was Thnssilo. first count of
Zollern. whd died in 600.
The Washing-ton Congress of Moth
ers decided that "the hand that rocks
the cradle" must quit rocking. 1 The
oilier part aiout "ruling' the world"
will remain true, though.
The kaiser ha presented'one of the
' bronze cannon captured in Pekin" to
Count Von Waldersee. The pun. which
is 20 years old. was used by the
Chinese in their seige of the foreign
John If. Wesslingr. who died in Cin
cinnati last weekmade and exhibited
the first arc lamp operated in the
United States, taking; the first medal
:i warded at' the Cincinnati exposition
Men. I-ord Methuen. who -has just
Wen defeated and captured by De-
larey. n Boer farmer-patriot, is de
serilied as a great favorite in London
club and society circles. Something;
if a Sampson, so to speak.
(jueen Alexandra, of England, has
ordered from the Countess of Limer
ick a consignment of shamrock for
St. Patrick's day. She will send a
bunch of the shamrock to each soldier
in the Irish guards. The new queen
is considerable of a politician. .
Maj. C.en. MacArthur will be the
next commanding; officer of the tie
partment of the lakes, U. S. A. He
will ncceed C.en. EI well S. Otis, the
present commander, upon his retire
ment from service on March 24. when
Tie will reach the ape limit. Gen. Mac
Arthur, who was the predecessor of
(Jen. Chaffee as head of the American
forces in the Philippines, is at present
stationed at Denver, commandinp the
department of Colorado. I'pon his
succession to the rnmmand of the
lakes station.' it is thonght't ha t P.rip.
Gen. Frederick Fnnston will assume
control of the Colorado department.
Andrew Carnepie recently received
a request from the city council of
Emporia; Kan, for $15,000 for a li
brary, lie responded that he had
brary. He reftopnded that lie had
already built a library in Emoria,
but the council renewed its plea, as
xertirig that the institution to which
he referred wa attached to n col
lege nlxMit a mile from the town, and
hot Sn the city proer. In reply to
this latter epixtle Mr. Carnegie said
he would take the matteV under con
sideration and decide later whether
he wanted to build libraries only a
mile apart. .
Strenuous Ted-on a spring-like day
Raked the cabinet rich with Hay.
The trusts, he said, shall have hard
While Wilson fends tnv farmer flm-ks
111 Rooi around for another joke
Perhaps put Hitchcock "nealh the
The Ci ape I've thrown with inipht and
Hut Shaw! We prow in hours of
And of all sad words of Modys song,
The saddest are these. "Herause mit
The Kvils of Absolute One Party
The law thai provided for miViority
representation in Ihe peneral assem
bly of Illinois recopnized the desira
bility insurinp apainst absolute par
ty domination in legislative assem
blies. 1 tie principle is a wise one
that should apply to all law-makinp
lxxlies. Even thouph one party may
be in a preat majority, the presence
and inrtnence of a representation
an opMsite party, however small, is
of pood efYVct.
No stronper proof of the truth o
this assertion could be presented
than the conditions that prevail Jn
Hock Island at the present time-The
city durinp the past year has ln'en
run like a ihip without a rudder,
Streets and sidewalks have been ne
plected. ihe ordinances set nt defi
ance and the orders of the council
ipnored. The farce that was made
for weeks of the little matter of the
Mipcorn booth, where day after day
the city was placed in the lipht
ridicule, was but an instance of the
repard jhat is felt for the present
administration of xillic affairs.
The mayor takes it iiimiii himself
to change the prades of sidewalks
ilia 1 me city in lorinrr years r.xt-iMi
ed thousands f dollars to establish
and there is not an alderman in the
council to call attention to the nsiir
pation of authority because of the
Militical disaster that mipht follow
the takinp of official cognizance of
such a matter. The mayor eniiits
an ambulance that was provided for
the city at preat cxense to be tied
as a est wapon. anil tliere is not
meinlier of the council who dares lift
his voice in the council in protest be
cause the aldermen .and the .mayor
are all oliticnl lu'dfellows. When
public sentiment h.nl become so pro
nounced that this piece of reckless
ness could lie no lonper disreparded
and the health commissioner called
attention to the fact, and the council
at last authorized the purchase of a
suitable conveyance for smallpox pa-
tien'ts. the mavor stored the same in
the residence Hrtion- of the city
There was just indignation manifest
but there was not an alderman who
felt, for political reasons, like utter-
inp a chirp, until the protests of the
eopIe could no lonper be disrepard
ed. And so matters have pone. Blun
der after blunder has been passed
because, not withstandinp that the al
dermen realized the state of affairs
they felt that their allegiance to par
tv was of more consideration than
their oblipation to the public.
And now it has come to the time
when the people will have a chance
to break up the one party idea. The
democrats should, -for the public
pood, at'least have representation in
the council, lwfore the citv suffers
from another year of the stupidity
and reckless indifference to the pub'
lie interests that . has leen so con
spicuously characteristic of the past
The people are ready for a shakinp
up in the council, and it can le mad
if the democrats in the various wards
will put the ripht kind of men in the
The Arpus is confident, that this
will be done.
Not Roseate line.
The description which Stephen Bon
sal gives of the present state of af
fairs in the Philippines, in an article
in the March numlwr of the North
American Review, entitled "The Phil
rppines after an Earthquake," is not
a comfortinp one to the imperialists.
It seems that, after an ' earthquake
which occurred in the middle of De
cember had shaken 'up Manila with
terrible violence certain officials had
unbosomed themselves in a conversa
tion, with -Mr. Bonsai wiih a frank
ness which they had not "practiced be
fore: and in the same spirit Mr. Bon
sai endeavors to tell a plain unvar
nished tale which, while not so com
prehensive is it mipht be, is worthy
of a most careful and conscientious
stndr. To bepin with. Mr. Bonsai
vows that our system of fiphtinp has
not yet been adjusted to piierilla war
fare; it remains the same as it was
three years apo. We send into-the
field but two combinations fresh
troops and preen -officers, or experi
enced and worn-out men. Then, the
establishment of the civil administra-
ion has created a situation, in which
too often, the wily and treacherous
native who fiphts our soldiers one
day enjoys our projection the next.
Even in many portions of the islands
which have been declared pacified.
the most sarape warfare rape's and if
the Mohammedan peoples are not un
friendly to us, it Is. says Mr. Bonsai,
because of their impression, based
oil observation ami rert. that we
are not Christians. Our educational
efforts, which are paid for by the Fil
ipinos, are larpely unsuccessful. Mr.
"Of the leachers I saw. all seemed
discouraged, and not a few frankly
admitted it. This was not due entire
ly to snrroiindinps in which . they
were called upon to live, but also in a
mensure to the rapidity with which
the Filipino's thirst for know ledge is
assua ped. Two weeks after the
schools were opened, many of the
teachers told me, the attendance
dropped off as Snuch as thirty and
forty e.r cent. Of the truants, some
admitted frankly that they were dis
apointed. The girls averred they
had to wash for their mamas, the
boys that they had been sent out to
pather cocos for their papas, which
stories and many others amounted
simply to the fact that they were
tired of school; and they never fame
back to it. Many of the leachers did
not hesitate to say that Ihey came
out to the islands under a misappre
hension of circumstances, and some
were living, anil with good "-reason,
in daily fenr of being killed. In many
I noticed slronp commercial procliv
ities; and Ihe expression. There
plight 1o be money in this, or that.'
with reference to nearly all the pro
ducts of the islands, was 011. many
The Youngest Congressman.
,1. .1. Feely. represent inp Ihe Sec
ond district of Illinois, one of the
Chicago districts, is ihe youngest
memlKT of the present two houses
of conpress. HA is 20 years old. He
worked his way up from farm lad 1o
butcher's Im.v; from butcher's boy to
law school; then to the practice of
law, and finally to conpress. The
most interestinp thinp alout the life
siory of this younp man is that ever
siflce he was of an ape to think for
himself at all he has had his thouplils
firmly fixed on conpress.
"1 can first remember when 1 was
a boy on a farm in Will county. Illi
nois. My mother died when I was
five years old." said Feely, in tellinp
of his life. "1 stayed on the farm un
til I was 1.1 years old, workinp und
poinp to the district school. My boy
hood dream was to be a coiipressman.
It was -almost a mania -with me.
"When 1 was i: 1 came to the con
clusion that the farm was not the
proier place for a future coiipress
man and went to work in my broth
er's butcher shop in .lolict. I toiled
away for $'i a week, knowinp that in
time I should pet into somethinp bet
tcr. I studied and also made money
doinp odd jobs, and in four years 1
had funds 1o enter and was able to
pass examination to law collepe. I
finished up nt Yale law school in "07.
Then I took up my vesiden.ee .in -VJ'tf
capo and while prncticinp law watch
ed for a chance to break into con
press. Here i am."
Here is what well directed pnrnse
and determination will do in 1I1!
conntry of limitless opportunities.
Taxes for the year 1901 ore now
due. Parties having; personal ' taxes
and no real estate will please make
immediate payment. The statutes in
regard to payment of personal taxes
are exactinp and the law will be
strictly enforced if the personal
tax. is not paid within a reasonable
time. Office With S. S.xllull, room
13, Mitchell & Lynde buildinp.
WILLIAM J. ZEIS,
" Township Collector.
Strikes a Illrh Find.
"I was troubled for several years
with chronic indipestiorr and nervous
debility." writes F. Q. (Ireen. of.Lan
caster, X. H. "Xo remedy helped me
until I bepan usinp Electric Bitters,
which did me more pood than all the
medicines 1 ever used. They hare al
so kept my wife in excellent henlth
for years. She says Electric Bitters
are just splendid for female troubles
that they are a prand tonic and in
viporator for, weak, .run down wo
men. Xo other medicine can take its
place in our familv." Trv them. On
ly 50c. Satisfaction- puaranteed by
Hartz & Ullemeyer, druggists.
For the Complexion.
The complexion always suffers
from biliousness or constipation
Unless the bowels are kept open the
impurities from the body appear in
the form of unsiphtjy eruptions. D
Witt's Little Early Itisers keep the
liver and bowels in healthy condition
and remove the. cause of such trou
bles. C. E. Hooper, Albany, CJa., says:
I took JJeWitt's Little Early Risers
for biliousness. They were just what
L needed. I am feelinp better now
than in years." Xever prijie or dis
tress. Safe, 'thorough and pentle.
The very best pills. All druggists.
t Warning. Warning.
, Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable med
icines that bave stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by, all
IJocky. Mountain Tea' braces up the
whole system. Benews your lost en-
erpy. lreat bowel tonic tor tireu and
sick" people. T. II. .Thomas phar
macy. ... ,
TEdoeat Tear Bowels With Cases re t
10c,ii6c U -. C C.fU. druggist reXucd money.
The members of the furlough' class
at West Point were preparing for de
parture. Cadet Tucker was packing a
big square trunk when Cadet Atter
bury of the next class above came in
with n bit cf paper in his hand.
"Listen to this," said Atterbury, read
ing: "Dear Jim Lucy Is coming: up to Tarry
town this afternoon to blU U9 rood by be
fore her departure for Kurope. She goes
to New York by the 1:30 u. m. train to
sail the next day and will be abroad two
years. Can't you set a leave to spend the
liy with us? Now. don't do" anything
ridiculous. Come with permission or not
at all. Your loving sister,
"I see what you want," said his
friend. "You want me to toll you how
to do something ridiculous. To kiss
your fiancee poodby you are willing to
risk ruininp your career."
"you've hit the bullseye at the first
"Very well. It's within a few min
utes of Inspection. N Oo to your room to
be present when Mlvors comes round
Then come In here, get into that trunk,
and I'll check ycu to Tarrytown. rrom
tliore I'll send you up to the house, and
you can be rcchecked by n train in the
morning small hours, reaching here be
fore pun fire." . '
"By Jove, the plan's a screamer! Will
you really Y,jtV'' ,,:
""If vou are asinine" enough to insist
"' t ,: .. -
upon It." , ,.
Toner' ' !"
"I'll help yon with that trunk," said
Cadet Tucker a little later. Look out!
There's glass In It! That'll do. Now,
drive on. Don't touch It till I get to the
All went well till the baggage was
put on the train, on the opposite side
of the river. Then while Cadet Tucker
was buying n ticket a baggage smash
er tumbled Cndet Atterbpry on the
car head down. Nothing but a pair
of strong younp arms prevented his
neck from teing broken. The trunk
was left in this position, and the occu
pant of it was about to give up and cry
out when Tucker catue along, and At
terbury heard hiui shout: "Put that
trunk on Its bottom! Do you want to
lie responsible for $300 worth of broken
The trunk was. rlphted, the train
started and In a few minutes stopped!
Jit Tarrytown. Ten minutes later nni
express wagon drove up to the summer
residence of the Atterburys and depos
itetl a truuk In the hall, the express
man producing the key.
"What's this?" asked Mr. Atterbury
senior, who, followed by his family
and guests, had come into the hall
wondering at,the unexpected arrival of
"I think it's cheenay, sor. I was tould
to handle it careful," said the express
Cadet Atterbury. vbo was by this
time so cramped and so jiear smothered
that he could endure it no louger, be
gan to hammer on the lid.
The trunk was unlocked, and, bruised
and battered, his clothes torn, his nose
bleeding. Cadet Jim looked out at the
There was a burstrof laughter.
Now, there are certain occasions
when laughter is unendurable. Cadet
Jim, sitting in the trunk gasping for
breath, torn, worn and bleeding, seeing
n party of friends in the midst of innu
merable comforts laughing at him in
his misfortune and having his eye fixed
especially on Lucy Atwater, to meet
whom for a two years' farewell he had
endured it all, lost his temper.
"W hat do you stand there for like a
Jabbering set of idiots?"
This salutation was met by another
burst of laughter. .
"I say," he continued, looking at Miss
Atwater. "do you suppose I've risked
dismissal, been stood on my head and
had my nose broken to come down here
for the express purposoof telling you
goodby to be laughed at?"
The shout that followed. Iedby Miss
Atwater herpelf, was louder than be
Cadet Atterbury gave a bound, light
ed on his feet on the floor, made for
the frout door and banged it behind
him. Never stopping till be reached the
station, he inquired the time of the
next train for West Tolnt. to be in
formed that there was none before
morning. A fielght train was due which
would go sutliciently slow for hi in to
Jump. The train came along, and he
boarded it and was whisked away just
In time to see from the caboose plat
form the party from home coming aft
er him. He could have' got off the train,
but was still too Incensed to do so. In
stead he turned on bis heel and enter
ed the caboose.
When he reached Garrisons, opposite
West Folnt. the train was moving rap
idly, and. jumping, he turned a somer
sault on the station platform, breaking
his collar bone. Then be found that the
ferry'tlifl not run till morning, and he
wa,s unable to get nny one to take him
across. Alter aayugut ue rouna a bkiti.
which he appropriated, and Towed him
self to the West I'olnt dock just In time
to hear the boom ofgun fire and dis
cover that he was too late to a void de
The next evening while the battalion
was on parade Cadet Atterbury was in
the hospital baring his collar bone set.
The following order was read by the
Cadet atterbury, for absence without
leave, la confined to his quarters for thirty
day and will do ten tours of extra guard
The trdnk episode was by this time.!
an oft told stocr, apd Cadet Atterb.ury,
who was "entiunng 'torture rroin tno
surgeons, was further agonized - by
hearing a burst of laughter from tlte
He was consoled by a vls!t from L!s
fiancee.' VIDA ANNE A.TWOOD.
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M.ss tit HA6,K.AgACH.CA6o.
, Chicago. Feb. 6, iw.
Knovlton llnn'lorine Co., Chiraim I'nr
Sirs: I have usi-d your l):inileriue for nearly
six months, and I think it Is ji!t !uu. My
hair now measuivs four feet and one Inch,
and it was less than two feet lonjr when 1
commenced to use your tonic. I am srolug to
keep It up and vet just how Ions? It will luuke
my hair grow. Sincerely yours.
C051 Kimbark Ave.
OANDERIME is .-Overbed most eagerly
, by the scalp, and its proiertIes are so liivlu
oratliu; and streiilheiMnx that it makes the
hair erow unusually thick and long. When
applied to the scalp it Is just as sure to pro
duce an abundance of lomr, glossv hair as a
fertile soil Is to produce vegetation when the
needs are sown. It i working wondera
everywhere. Wo guarantee that one .So.
bottle of It uiil do the hair more srood than a
gallon of any other hair tonic ever made. Be
s-iire you net the irenuhie, made only by The
Knowlton liil-riiie Co., Chicago, III.,
25c, SOo. and SI. CO per bottle. AU
druggists keep Danderine or will order It for
you If you ak them.
POJTCT to sliow how qul.-klv Pan.lerlne
arts. Tlte Knowlton Dainlerlne
Co., Chicago, w ill send a lare sample free by
return m:il to anyone who sends us this
advertisement Willi their name and address
and 10c. lu sliver or stamps to pay postage.
it is old
CAHN. BELT S: CO.. Raltimore. Md.
A. H. LI ITT,
Distributor, Kock Island.
A$ '"rMAR.YLANp CLUB
An.i see that you t'i.
Chicago Dental Company
For Painless Dentistry
Call and have your teeth exam
ined free. We will tell you what
your filling or crowning will cost
before the work is commenced.
Sets of teeth, if you need them,
or xt your old ones do not fit call
on us and we guarantee a fit. Our
Thin Elastic' riates do not take
up room in the mouth like the
old ones do, and fit when all oth
ers fail by our method.
Silver Fillings ,
Gold Fillings, $1 and up
Gold Crowns, 4 to C...
Set of Teeth, $5 and up 5,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Oyer Speidel's Drug Store.
TT j- . For Drunkenness and
I yj. Correspondence
MBt INSTITUTE ' .
&cfl yiana s
. av 1
Money Saying Specials
For Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Dry Goods Department
Walking Skirts .
lrlot brown, black and bine Walking Skirts, heavy
siiitinjis, all lenirths, special
15-Kltiunce Skirts (same colors as above) heavy cassi
inere, reg-Hlar price v-"'lv. special
25 Homespun Walking Skirts, corded and stitched flounce, strapped
seams, liyhtwcijrht, i::iinc(I,
' repruhir price $j.4S, special x
I lot Figured and Mohair Skirts,
12 IJepellant Chith Skirts, taffeta stitched band, flare
flounce, effect, regular jric-e, $4. -IS, .pecial
1 lot l'.hu aucl I'.lack Sicillian Dress Skirts. triinmttl
Flounces, stitched straps, regular price,
2 doen Acordcon Plaited Mercerized Sateen I'mlerskirts
regular price $I.7., sieci:il
20 lozcn Percale Wrappers, A it
t)Sf, S'.le. ajul 7c, special
2." doy.cn Ped. Ill no and P.lack Percale WrapM-rs. regular
price $l.l'.i. and $1.2.. special
1J SHOE DEPARTMENT g
Specials for -Thursda.y. Friday a.nd Sa.turda.y W
Ladies' Fine Kid Shoes, hand-turned good style, former Hf r r
price $C.7." and $.J.(M). sale price
Misses" Calf and Kirl -Shoes,
style, former price, $1.25, sale
3 Men's .All Solid Shoes, T.aee and
$1.2. sale price
.fS Poys' and Youth.-. Calf Shoes, all
at $1.". sale price
llissel's Carpet Sweeper cyco bearings easy running n
noise no oiling best made Ihiy sale .,
..nil Poxes, all iron, large size, weather proof,
, this sale j
Oil and (iasoline Stoves, all kinds
Standard Mixed Paints, all colors, guaranteed th best. thisHi ff
sale, per gallon , J)I.UU
A full line of Prushes Paint . Varnish and Calcimine P.rushes
Pillow- Sham Holders.
good ones, this sale '
Wallace P.ros.' Tea Spoons. 10c
kind, this sale, each
PufTalo Hand-Carved Pef rigerators. Ice t'hests ami Water Colors.
Prices lower than the lowest."
KSIA'BLInKU 1H79. ---
m Weiv Wall
In tlieir soft, dainty coloring, and old design.
of one liundred years ago. Ve have gathered
the best ideas from eastern and foreign makers.
Are "Opening the Season 'Ba.rga.ins one
week only. Your choice of 20 patterns worths
cents 10 cents, 12 1-2 cents, 15 cents, only Five
Cents per roll, and we can only sell.two.rooms to
one customer. You cannot afford to neglect
Adams "Wall Paper
H. W. WARD. Mgr
312-3M Twentieth Street.
CATARRH AND ITS EVILS.
The foundation of CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, DYSPEPSIA. KIDNKV
and It LADDER TIIOl'PLES, and nine-tenths of all other CIIIIONIC DIS
EASES. "More than one-tenth of all the deaths in DA VEX POUT and in
surrounding. conntry due to consumption." (DAYEXPOIIT P.OAlil) OF
HEALTH) and most of these due to some of the various forms of catarrh
which are curable if properly treated.
The following are a few of the many conditions due to the various forms
of CATARRH cured by the German-English Specialists who have the only
appliances to successfully treat this dicsase.
5? wf a 6s
If yon suffer from any of above
Ejiglish Specialists nt 205 WEST THIRD STRRET, DAVHXPORT.
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Papers For m
Ringing Xoises in Ears,
Discharges from Ears,
Inability to breathe through the Xoso
Dryness of the Throat,
("rusts forming in X'ose and Throat,
Shortness of breath,
, Coughing, ,
Pain in Head ami Eyes,
Redness and Watering of Eyes,
Pain in Lungs and Chest,
Pain in Stomach,
lU-lching of Gas from Stomach,
Pain in back due to Catarrh of Kid
neys and Bladder.
conditions call at nnce on the Oerman-