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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVKMBER 8, 189
Mf . IHily u Weekly at IBM Second
Aveane, Bock Island. 111.
J. W- POTTER,
Tbtuib Daily 50c per month; Weekly S3 .00
per annom; in advance (1 .SO .
AU eommnntcations of a critical or anmmenta
ttre character, political or rell-'iona, most hare
real name afachert for pobl cation. No snch
articles will be printed over fictitious signatures.
Anoymoa com m no 'car inns not noticed.
respondents solicited frou. every township
in Bock island conuiy .
TCEBDAT. NOTBMBKB 8, 1893 ,
Pot President GROVKR CLEVELAND
For Vice President.... AD1.AI B. BTEVBNSU
ForGovtmor JOHN ?. ALTGRLT)
For Congressman at lare JOHN C. BLACK
For Congressman at liree.ANDKEW J.HU.NTEK
For Lieutenant Governor JOSkPH B GILL
Kor Secretary of State VYM H HiNRK H If V.S
For Auditor ... DAVID ti'".E
For Treasurer RCrUo S. RAMSEY
For Attorney General M. T. M aLOSEY
For Elector, 11th D st J H HAN EY
Furlong ess, 11th i ist TRUMAN PLANTZ
For Member Board of Eqnalizat on,
11. K BAKTLESON
For Representative, Twenty-flrst Diet.
JOSEPH O, MULLIGAN
For State' Attorney , M. J. Mo'N'lKY
For Circuit Clerk PETER FKEY
For Coroner WIXSI.OW HOWARD
For Surveyor PETER J. JOHNSON
The victory is ours
Thk democrat are all right.
More Nuts to Crack.
Here are a few questions tost Robert
H. Cowdrey propounds to the protection
ists: Have yon ever seen a laborer who
cared a nickel whether be worked for a
protected or an unprotected emulojer?
bare you ever seen a laborer wbo ex
pecud to receive more wares f-om a
protected than an unprotected employer?
Have you ever seen a protected manu
facturer who paid higher wages than he
was compelled to?
Have you ever seen a very wealthy
Brm pay more wages than a moderately
Haye you ever Riven more for any
thing tb'in you were required toT and.
furthermore, if you should, would jou
not call yourself a fool?
If, then, the unprotected manufacturer
pajs just at bieh wages, and is suitable
to make a profit, by what method of rea
scning do jou arrive at the conclusion
that the protected manufacturer pays
bieher wages because of protection?
If there is free trade in lab.r, and high
protection p ices for those things which
laborers must buy. is not the laborer be
wg robbed instead of beoefl'ed?
If j rotectioniets desire to pay high
wages, why do they always employ the
cheapest labor they can flnnT
D, Lothrop Company publish this week
"Down in Dixie," by Stanton P. Allen;
''Famous Pets," by Eleanor Leis;
"Shakespeare's Twilights,'' and the new
edition of Tennyson's "Holy Grail," with
illustrations by Taylor. They have re
cently issued two capital bcoks for
young people "Jack Breretoc's Ttree
Months' Service," by Maria Mcintosh
Cox, and -Gulf and Glacier," by Willis
Dr. George William Winterburn and
Mrs. Florence Hull will edit a new mag
azine, the first number of which will ap
pear November 23 '.h, to be called "Child
hood," It will cover a field not hitherto
occupied. It will be addressed to par
ents, and will endeavor to inculcate the
most advanced ideas in regard to tbe
moral, intellectual and physical develop
ment of children. It is believed that
a very lare number of parents wbo de
sire to give their children the advantages
of tbe best training, but who, defectively
trained themselves, do not know tow to
secure the ends desired. "Childhood"
will attempt to be the guide of such, and
by presenting the subject, in all its
phases, by means of short, weli written
contributions, to supply information
which cannot be found elsewhere.
The North American Review for No
vember, besides being very strong as
UBual in timely articles by famous writ
ers, presents from Mr. Blaine the fullest
utterance that that statesman has made
on the issues involved in the
national contest between the parties.
His article Is entitled "The Presidential
Campaign of 1892." It offers many new
points of view. The publication in the
North American Review of this import
ant paper is significant of the vigilunce
of the editor in providing the public
with utterances of authority adapted t
the moment. "The Democratic Oat-
look" describes the article contributed by
the Hon. W. F. Harrity, chairman of
tbe democratic national committee.
"My Father as I Recall Him" is the
title of the first contribution of Mamie
Dickens to the November number of the
Ladies' Home Journal, an excellent art
cle. It is in keeping with the character
of this excellent publication.
Scribner'e Magazine for November
contains the second of its group of pre
liminary articles on the "World' Fair,"
this one being an account of "Chicago's
Part in the World's Fair by Franklin
MacVesgh, one of the prominent citizens
of Chicago, who writes about the enter
prise without any bias, frankly stating
that he "has no connection with the
World's Fair management, " Hia ac
. wnnnt of what dMrson haa aiHntnnli.H
is a wonderful record of enterprise and
successful achievement. He shows hr w
that city has shouldered responnibiltties
which belonged to the United States gov
ernment commission; bow she his sup
plied 911,000,000 instead ot tbe
five that it was expected she would
furnish ; how ebe has arranged a site for
the fair which in extcct, situation, plan'
and - adornment exceeds anytb ng ever
before attempted, and that sbe las pro
vided bui!diDgs tqaally remarkable in
size, variety and artistic value O her
matters of current interest are treated
with equal force ai d interest.
Although the Review of Reviews does
not auempt to sell copies by means of
etsations, its timeliness in the treat
ment of live topics is really senstiional in
the best sense of the word; and, with tbis
understanding of what is meant, tbe Re
view of Reviews may fairly be called a
decidedly aenaational mag-erne every
montb. Tbe number for November has
as its ncost tanking sensation an article
entitled "Oagnt Mrs. Majbrick to Be
Tortured to Death!" The AmeriCin pub
lic has heard-a good deal about tbe cir
c u instances under which Mrs. M-ij brick
was convicted in Liverpool, where sh- if
now slowly dying in priseo. The con
troversy over her case has r sen almost
to the dignity of an official international
question. Sir. Stead, the English eiitor
of the Review of Rev:ews, has rc un
dertaken to investigate the matter, and
comes out with a strong article, taki g
the American side of the case. H?sbons
that Mrs. Maybrick was condemned on
insufficient evidence, and that htr trea
ment is a seandal upon the name i f Eng
lish justice. Mrs. Maybrick is a young
American woman, highly connected in
this country, and her cause bun bceo
stoutly championed by Mr. Blaine and all
tbe leading people at Washington
la the Social Economist for November
Eember Bocock contributes an ei ?e!!cst
article on ''Should Trade Unions be In
corporated." The wri'er t1it.ka th y
should, because by being incorporate':
they would then be put on a Itvt I with
capitalistic organizations before the ltw.
Tois would give them at leas', a ltgi!
status, whereas today they hp: at a great
disdyantage by having no real Blinding
in the courts. Witness the Hotted-ad
matter. The fact that the Pickertin
men were legally sworn in as conuMei
gave them the right to kill strikers
whereiS the strikers arc ind'ded for mur
der and some of tb'-m for treason hitnpiv
because ttcy did not baTe the same leci
Women on a Street Car.
Any woman who is at all prewntabVe
and not past her first youth knows tbe
officions conductor. She has met him on
shopping expeditions in tho morni lg and
theater going in tbe evening, yet his de
meanor does not change either wi .h the
time of day or condition of tbe weather.
He is always so affable. He really must
hold on to yon lest you fall when getting
off and give your arm a protecting little
squeeze when yon are getting on. He or
ders a place made for yoa with ar. air cf
proprietorship that is simply galling, aDd
though yon may be nnfeignedly thankful
for the seat thns obtained, you arc i l mor
tal fear lest everybody In the car takes yon
for his fiance, his attentions are so marked.
He watches for your slightest nod to in
dicate yon r destination, and with a most
embftrraHsing show of homage will order
his passengers in a loud tone to "make
room for the lady to pass," and when yon
are once off of that ear yen giye a sigh of
relief, yet cannot help feeling even yet his
offensive familiar looks, for hist attention
are not genuine. This salaried Bon Juan
hSa no rise for elderly dames or feeHe old
men. They can get on and off as beet tbey
can. He makes no effort to secure a seat
for any one over thirty unless they show
evidences of wealth In their attire.
His eye is attracted by pretty facet and
pretty gowns, and, taken all in all, he fa
about as objectionable a character a you
are apt to meet in a day's ride, far hia
services are rendered in snch way you can
not openly resent them, yet in yonr soul
yoa feel humiliated by his nfTeniively
obliging offices. Philadelphia Iuquirsr.
A Market for Disease.
The great surgeons and physicians have
become so eager to invent some new proc
ess of treatment to alleviate or cure mor
bid phenomena that the poor wretch who
develops in his system novelties of suffer
ing liable to occnr to the wealthy may,
from a worldly point of view, consider him
self in high clover. He has only to h t the
specialists know of it and he Cnris himself
the central attraction whenever he appears
Most of these subjects are memb-irs of
that class of individuals commonly kiown
as "bums," some having become snch from
their actual inability to earn a respee table
livelihood, and others never were anything
else. Specialists have a strange but d tnht
less correct opinion that the "tramp" who
wears himself out in low life is apt tc con
tract the same disease as the heavy swells
in high life. Thus, the poor victims who
would die without treatment become snb-
jects of great respect, and sometimes afTec
In this city, as well as in London. I'aris.
Berlin and Vienna, there is a thriving mar-
aet tor tne possessors or curious maladies,
and in this city is a place known to tl e in
itiated few where those willing to give
tliemselves up to the surgeon's scalpel can
find purchasers. Once within the portals
of this secret exchange the dying subjects
become as stock in the cattle market.
New York Cor. St. Louis Globe-Demo .rat
A Valuable Br medy.
Hon. Elmunil L Pitts, tb: la'.e p-esi-dent
of the New York Bute eettute,
'State of New York, 8ecte Chamber.
Albany. March 11, 1886 I have used
Allcock's Porous Plasters In my fanily
for tbe pst five years, and can tr itb
fully ssy tbey are a valuib'e remaly and
effect great cures. I wou d not be with
out them. I have in severul inataices
given some to friends suffering with aeak
and lame backs, and they have invtria
bly affjid d certain end speedy relief
fiALLAO OF tOOK8 UNBORN.
ad to th Cats of him whoa books
Unkind rarlewers maim and kilJ(
Whose haartatrtnxa qaWar la the hooka
That sfcuw their cold dissecting skill,
They aerk oo him their wanton will,
Whila ail hia tendereat hopes are term
aVat ah, tbera'a aomsthlnir sadder atili
Id thinking of to booka unbornl
Tb wounded author may find nooks
Secluded, by same rale or rill.
Where nererinora the critic rooks
Can rend him with their Inky bill;
But, oh, what anUcs fur the ill
Of hop deferred that waits fortorm
To feel the parent ruptures thrill
Of booka that yet remain unborn!
The would be author, whose fond looks
Turn ever to Fame's sunlit hill.
Chafes art defeat, and sorely brooks
Tbe ffcle that makea hi triumph nil.
Be loathes the phrase, politely chill.
"Declined with t hacks.- u let him
Whose bosom disappointment fill
Kor books that never may ba bora.
Princes (wbo publish books; distil
Some drops of pity, not of scorn.
For those poor toilers of the quill
Whose books are waiting to be horn!
Francis k". browue In UiaU
Am Eventful Night Klda.
"I had my hat kicked off one dark night
by a dead man," said John A. Kdwarda,
who was entertaining the Munchausen
club at the laclede. "When a youngster
of nineteen 1 waa riding a star mail route
in southeastern Missouri. It was just
after the war, and footp;uls were pretty
plentiful. One dark ninht a couple of
these gentry attempted to hold me up, but
I was mounted on a mettlesome horse, and
I socked the spurs home and rode over
them. I went iiu:u;ini: on through the
darkness for several Ltintird yards, when
my horse stopwd so suddenly that I inad
vertently l'f t the siiddlu and sat astride
his neck. My roadster was trembling all
over with fright, but to save me I could
see nothing. I thought it mast be more
footpads arid spurred the horse forward,
while 1 held my pistol ready for tbe ex
pec ted attack.
"As I passed a large walnut tree that
covered the road a lig muchly hoot struck
me in the face and scrnptil my hat off. i
concluded that I didn't need a bat, so did
not stop to recover it. On my way back
next rooming I found that the kicker whs
a dend man, who was swinging from n
limb, with a piece of paper pinned to hi
shirt, on which whs Kcmwloil. 'Thou sliait
not steel speshallr ci;- and inewla.'"
St. Ixinia Globe-Democrat.
A Yeimnio-.n t"irl.
Tut one specif of vcno:mt!s bird in
known to the !.tu' rit of oriiilhohical
oddities the Hpir N'IKk.1), ,r "bird of
death," a feathered p;;railox of New
Guinea. It is not a large or formidable
looking creature, as one would uaturally
expect, being scarcely ;is lare as a com
mon pigeon, but lon ger and of a more
slender build. It is of a gray, glossy color,
without any special tnarkinsrs except the
tail, which ends with a bhxxi red tip The
bird is comparatively helplos.s, being able
to fly but a few feet, and can be caught
without difficulty. However, it is un
necessary to say that its poisonous bite
causes the native Papuans to let it severe
ly alone. Persons bitten by the creature
are seized by maddening pains, which rap
idly extend to every part of the body. Iok8
of sight, cotivulMons and, lockjaw are the
other symptoms which follow in rapid suc
cession. The natives say t hat there is Dot
a case on record of a survival of the bite,
there being no antidote, death always en
sning within the short space of two hours.
St. Louis Kepublic.
Where the Strawberry Is I'oQud.
The wild strawben-y is very widely dif
fused over the surface of the earth, being
fonnd in the chill regions of the north, as
well as in tbe sunny climes of the south.
It is not a tropical plant, however, arxi
except on mountain sides is not found
south of latitude 38 degs. north. On tbe
Kuropean continent it grows extensively
from Ipland and the Shetland talcs to
Italy and Greece. It is also fonnd through
out western Asia, but is unknown in China
and .Tapnn. It has grown abundantly on
the bleak hills of Iceland for centuries. It
is found in America from Iabrador and
British Colnmbia to the pine woods of the
southern states, and on the high lands of
Mexico and the Andes. The hardy plant,
with its tiny scarlet lierry, may be said to
girdle the earth on the line of the polar
circle, and several hundred miles south
ward, except that it is not fonnd in the
basin of the river A moor, in Siberia. Hor
American Foreign Cheeses.
According to local tradition the earliest
maker of foreign cream cheeses in this re
gion was a Frenchman, whose first cus
tomers were a few fashionable restaurants.
He produced in small quantities almost
perfect imitations of French cheeses and
delivered them to his customers himself.
Tbe mauufacturc of these cheeses has now
so extended that many grocers make no
effort to keep a stork of foreign cheeses,
and probably the larger portion of the
cheese consumed, even in the French ta
bles d'hote, that established the fashion of
cheese eating among all sorts of New
Yorkers, is of native manufacture. As
yet, however, the conservatism of the com
mercial woi Id seems to make it necessary
to stick to old names and foreign labels.
New York Sun,
In one small way, if uot in others. Can
ada is loyal to the mot her cot.titry. She
kk'11k the Kt.glish latigtmtre in as long and
roundabout a way as the Ninhtj-entb cen
tury permits. Cauadiau w;bool teachers
and some Canadian editors are still writ
ing of "colour," "labour" i;nd "candour,"
and if an offender is locked up they say he
has gone to "gaol." Kxchange.
An Aeeommodatii'g Conductor.
An intoxicated Hartford car conductor
held his car for some minutes in front of
a wooden cigar man a few days ago whose
uplifted hand the conductor thought was
an indication that he wanted the cur
stopped. Philadelphia Ledger.
If honesty is the best policy in business,
it is also the best policy when one haB done
wrong and is confronted with the question
whether he shall confess everything frank
ly or make excuses. A transpnretit excunc
is worse than none at all.
Children sweeten litlior, but they make
misfortune more bitter: they increase the
cares of life, but they mitigate the remean
brance of death. Bacou.
Malduinus of Scotland was choked eti
deajb by his wife for supposed inndelitv.
She was burned to death for the crime
The "History of the Reformation in Sot.
land," by John Knox, was published when
the author was serenr.v-nitwv
1 2 iSJfc
rVk FksvsW'.fce m'4rr aU Cm trocbln tori
I'Mtt to a bilious sttecf tiie systszc.suo fr
Inrdarae, Ktsem, D-owstnswi, Dist-ow lOt
i.:mv Pli In tb Si'lo, Ao. While their
rrcuez&aoie scoceas haa been shown in ccilii?
3-vSchs, r CsrWs little Lii-r THl a-5-nttjy
valuable in Const! psiion, cn ruj sad p .-v.-tmur-j
thisaanorlngeonrplaUt,l.ile tw; aif
iircraadmgnUtothebowa. U-Tornf V-V--.
f1 ta 3 rezn
Are?:-.ey woall rslmostpilowto t.'wj;
ul.'3rfrT3mthUdiauffiojcoaiiiUirit: bjt Y-rtt-.
tsa:y their jocdnewlrJ cr'end h-retvlt !)
r-jt.metry UwiuwuUflLillaese lUtiop;Hv.-ra
lrnela soi-sct w-ys that tlie) will r.- t brt nv!
tvilovoliCattiirta. But af tor alleick hc
Ijsfhe tmue of so many llvoa thst hem Is rrhern
v-emtkecur great boast. OurpUlscurait-fti;e
Othf m dc uot.
Oartt-'E MtKe Liver Pills are verf ircaTt an.T
V-ry crj to taVe. On: or twe pill ui Ve a doo.
r s:-eatric:'7 v-vietsblc f" J do no. gripe oi
rnrif. bati y t rT'.'e action float"? all vhe
osctlieia. Ia!lta'.".:5i:jnis; nvef"Jl. tfcli
hy tU'U; ' "--yviit .e, rent by Liail.
c.rKT ": ..: r-r c.-j.. w Yc-rk.
One of the Most Successful a
Mis ilany Vifcits to this
City has Proven.
DR. 0. 0. RUTH,
Late .Surgeon in the Frovidi nt Medical Difien-
Fary of New York. ';
Who has creati d Mich a renp.ition in abd anitiTKi
Ch'caL'o by enrieg ditrneea that almott hafllcd the
medicnl fraternity of the conmry.
Dr. Frn-e ii- ire1dert of the Finth Mdlcl
Co., and mvmbcr of the li ti-rnat rnal Affroeia Ion
of K I pert Speria!is s. He will visit
KOi k IM, tM: -
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16th.
Rttuming ereiy movlh to rrma'n cnt day during
Dr. Frutli has hem ronne fd with the laret
horitnl in the cotin-ry. and h: s fo nper:orin
dl:tno-inc at d trrattn Cinvape? and d- f.'itnit.
lie will grive 4'.V) for any cae t'.st h"- can :nt
tril the icea e and where located in ffve min
nt . He will return to Kock Islan i eviry monb
thi yrar to n ma n two day.
Treats alt urable Medical and Svrg'fal diteatet,
acute and chronic catarrh, d'tea nt the Eye, AVir,
A'o'. 'Jhrimt and Lnngt. I'yepeima, Hright'l
Diieaft. ia'e'ee. Kidney. Lire', lsladdr.
Chronic. Female and Sexual Jiseaee.
K,il t)-y o Fit rared A pofUWp tnarnntce
YOUNO AND MIDDLE-aKD MEN
Suffer ne from jperroatorrhea and impoter.cy as
thr repnlt of rtlf-bnsn in yt:nth or xces in ma
ture ear s d other cses, producing tome of the
f ili.w in J effecs s culiion. blotches detiiity,
rnrvrninr'sw. diKines. cnfutlon of id an. avt'r
ion to focioty, defective mi miry. and ci inal cx
hnnton. which nnfit the victoms r:r bosii.es or
marria'jtr, arc permanently cured by remi.lieo not
Bl.OOD AND SKIN DISJTASK9.
i'yphiHn and rompl c tione.a rosr throat fal.ing
of t'- b'ir. pain in the bones, rupMons etc . are
are perfectly eradicated w tb ont cim: me rcury or
or other ii ju'iona druc?. Go.urrhoea. s'eet,
trict;re and tl' nrinsry and kidney troub es are
seetliiy rnred by trtaJm' nt that has m ver failed.
He undertakes no Incurable cases but enre
thntitanns piven ni to die. Remf-mber ihe dste
and cme early, an his ro mi arc always cr wded
wrierev.-r he f tops CON'SU LTA I ION FliEti.
Srt'ae aid correfponiU nee confident , and
treatment sent by cxiiress with full direct ns for
use, tot personiil Con.-ultation preferred
Ht. I. . I- KI'TII
H53 LsU' Ave . tiirasn.
CLEAN. Pnn TIM STAIN. P&EVK5TS STKtCTUF
Cor,. 4,ONOP.BH4 aid OI.KFT la Otm to Vosa
VelCK i'.UkK r.,T LKUCORaHtKAor WU1TEA.
Soldhjall nRtTdOISTa. P-ntwaar idiTrM fir tl.C
XALxuua MAJiLracTi'fUia co.. !.!; -Ta o
235 Wis. Street
Kidutry Xroutolea, etc. without llnrtful
Ilrocfc No C O. D. Circulars or Samples. Call or
write as r.bore for Symptom Blank and advice IWe.
The PERU DRUG CQ.i Milwaukee. Wis.
Ir. Humplirrya' peci(learvaclentificallvand
ean-fully pn'pared lvemedies, nurd for yean la
private practioe and for over thirty years by tho
people with entire suceww. Even dingle Specinc
a special cure for the disease named. --
Tuey cure without druKniuK, nunrfnn or reduclnr
tlieKyatemandare in fai t and Joed the tMiverrlcB
Hi-niedii-i5 of the World.
uitnmOTlMil ifKis. rairai
1 Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations., .its
Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic !ij
3 Trrthingi Coltc, Crying. Wakefulness .'23
4 Diarrhea. Children or Adults 2,J
T Coaajba. Colds, bronchitis " .2.5
H-'earalBia, Toothache, Faoeaebe......
9-Headache, Sick lleadacbe. Vertigo.. .25
IO Dyspepsia. Luionsness. Constipation. .25
-Happreased or Painfnl Periods... ..
' Whites, Too Profuse I erlods .25
J3 Crsa, LArrariria, Boaneness , .25
J J-Ja1 -heaia, Erysipelas, Eruptions. . .25
1 Bbenmatism, Rheumatic Fains . .4
16-Malaria, Chills, Fever and Ague .25
jW-fatarrb, influenza. Cold In the Bead . .25
f w,h4Pa Ceart ,25
27-Kidaey Diseases .25
88-Nerva-BB Debility ....!
SO I rlnary Weakaess, Wetting Bed.. .25
urMPHHETS' WITCH HAZEL, OIL,
The Pile Ointment. Trial Hae. g Cls.
Sold by Drasslau, or sent postpaid oa ncclpt of prtaa.
Ba. BuMraaaTa' Hassas (144 pm.) bail rasa.
Patronize Home Industry and Prctect the Labor of America
- MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
It l;siiCord Soft Fir'.rh, ; nil reasnre. and is equally well adapted for Band and Machine
gewing. For saw by
t 0 Dry Goods Bones generally.
MERRICK THREAD CC .. 205 Filth Avenue, Chicago
Is now 1 rented t his new shop.
At 324 Se venteenth Street.
tr"Light shoes a p cia'ty.
ti-wauii in ettiier SfX
r "fll -r. I ,cn rr iran'M to n:r? n l r.''rr;n: dit.:'. s:ioli as Weak !!:;. r
v r t-Lf "V I-sot i'.r-k-n l.,w -r. ilea-'.-ioti?. Watff alness, Lt Mr.nhood. Xnihtlv Kmuv
ftn tobacco, opiuri or stimulants which .-won lead to Intlrnjitv. Consume
. tiun arl Ir.atiity. rutitpoi-veuu ntt. carry in ve:, pocket. SI n-irt
aae by mm'; 6 for fx Wit I: every . or.'er we aive a nmtten ?iin'ntre tn wt
... or rtiuna ue mcney. v,ireuiar tree. ajress Am Setdto,, hlcag., la
Kor sale in Rock island bv Hartz & Bahnsea. 3d Aye.'and 20th street.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor eind. Builder.
?fflce and Shop Comer r3evenief 3tb St. . . T !-"!,-,
axd Seventh Avenue., aOCb A Si 2.1" '
fSTAU kirtg of carpenter work a specialty. P!ani and es-.iraatas for all kind of trending
f jmls'rej 011 a;ip!:ertl'!Mi.
iV8nport Business College,
COMPLET IN AL1L1
FOR CATALOGUE ADDUE5S
ROCK ISLAND BUGGY CO.,
It will pay you
To get our
Factory and Wan rooms onp6th.treet,;bet,
You Should Kno'W
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