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VOL SLm. NO. 58
BOCK ISLAND, ILL., THUBSDAY DECEHBE2 27, 1594.
FBIC2 TSXXSS3 CZ3T3.
Illinois Teachers' Association
Ask for It."
PETITIONS STATE SOLONS.
Want it in the Northern Part
OI the State. I
Tl 11 , i
StOrmS Kaging all Uver the
BLIZZARD IN CHICAGO.
European Crowned Head
Miscellaneous News of the
Day by Wire.
SfUisr.Kll.i t. Dec. 27 At . the
morning session of the State Teach
ers' nssociati "U toilav the committee
on normal schools presented a bill,
asking the state legislature for a now
normal in tho northern part of the
Snow In Cblcagn.
C HK'Aiio, - lnc 1'7. Snow fell
licavilv for a thort time last night,
ana then stopped till about 9 o'clock
this morning, when it resumed with
vigor and has been falling heavilv
ever since. The temperature hns fall
en to about 12 above. Tho low
temperature and blimling snow driv
en by the gale from the northwest.
makes the storm almost a blizzard.
Advices to the Associate! Press show
the storm to be of unusual extent.
It covers an nrea from the Canadian
border to n point south of St. Louis,
and from west of the Mississippi
river to the Atlantic sea border.
rnow is a loot deep at I ittsuurg, a
foot-and-a-half at Dubois, Pa., and
two feet at C'ornnudunrua, N. Y., and
still falling at all points.
Mio Workers' Itaumnflft.
Havkkiiili., Mass., Dec. 27. With
!i per cent of the shoe workers of the
city earning less than $7 per week,
the inlernution.il labor union de
manded a restoration of the prices
ruling before the panic of ''.12. This
was refused and a mass meeting was
decided to give the manufactures till
noon today to grant the demand. If
it is refuseil, all the operatives will
be called out to tho number of G.OUO.
and the anarchists leading them de
clare they will extend it to the entire
eh go industry or the country if nec
essary. Auollinr Treasurer Short.
15i.-m.klvn, X. Y., Dec. "7. Ex
pert accountants have just com
pleted the examination of the books
of County Treasurer Adams' ofiice.
They tind a total shortage of !,G19,
Of this $f'i".51'.l is in the accounts of
the treasurer, and ft,:'Hl in pay
ments for juries by Cashier Tcrucry
runo'iii" back to issi.
Minll.v l.rnvm III Ilutir for folium.
Washington', Dec. t!7. Senator
Culloru leaves for Illinois today to
look after ki- re-election to the sen
ate. He exK3cts to be alneat until
after the legii-lative caucus, which
probably will be held soon after the
legislature convenes Jan. !).
lied Deviltry In Mexico.
(ti'AYMAs, Mcx., Dec. 27. Maraud
crin' Ynqui Indians visited the
ranch of Julio Cardenas and massn;.
creed him, his wife and two chil
dren. Troops sent in pursuit haJ a
skirmish in which it is reported sev
eral Yaiiis were killed.
NesTou KaiMe fl In ArkatiRa.
IIm.k.na. Ark.. Dec. 27. At Hill
House, Miss,, negroes t into a free
light over a game of craps. Pistols,
guns ami knives were freely used.
J.rmis Allen killoJlwo negroes and
mortally wo:iii1? two more, and
was himself shot dead.
To Oell the L. E. A' St. 1..
Si-kingmm.i., HI., Dec. 27. A bill
was tiled in the fccb-ral court this
morning asking for the foreclosure
of the mortgage against the Louis
ville, Kvnnsvillc vV St. Louis railway
and the sale of the property.
fttornt in Camilla.
Miintkf.ai., Dec. 27. All tbroiijrh
. . ....
ine province ol if notice a severe
snow storm ragntl last nirht.
t'ntueli 1 1 leil.
Vienna. Dec. 27 Francis II, late
king of Naples, died in the Austrian
American Jewtnh Histnrlcal Society.
Washington, Doc. 27. Tho third an
nual nutting of the American Jewish
Historical society has begun here at tho
Arlington hotel with a turgor attendance
than usual. Hon. Oitenr C. Straus, the
president, delivered the address of wel
come. S z "loot tfcc IbiIicf pride,
n'j riTHls ii nrriclc.
!'. rpliyr; o' H wcr laileu fir,
o nly with it can c aupaie,
D om; good to cturytbio,
O o every i-l it pr&iws iln J!
N t sleet to lite It, Indies won't,
Taej all mas! hve tta-lr S.rjdont.
t to the
Mayor of Detroit,
DeTBOH VDrc 27 Vnvnr Plnimo !
ccivod a rlque Christmas present from
oneo' his udmircrs. It is typical of his
municipal hobbies and consists of a house
about two feet square wreathed in greens
and supplied with a glass front In front
of a throne is a miniature of Mayor Pin
greo crowned with gold and the crown
surmounted in torn with potatoes and
bcnns. In front of the mayor is Bruce
Slf?r,;nLi' JI? "Vfe
mayor on which is inxcrioed: "Lookout
I 1 wnnt $u,OtJO." The mayor hands to
ward him n bag marked "Sixty cents
uiiiuiim, jxi, uiiu Hiiie i! a street car wuu
fashionable women inside a trolley car
marked, "The Detroit . Kailwav, cars
every three minutes, 3 cent faro." In a
still more prominent position is
another street car, a horse car,
with one wheel , broken and one of
the attached horses thrown down, in
whiuh are riding two negroes, looking
mournfully out of the windows. This car
is labeled, "Citizens' Street Railway com
pany, fare 5 cents." In one corner of the
lioine is a bag of potatoes with two 1'ing
ree farmers smiling beside it. In another
corner is a baker. On his bread board
are two loaves of bread, ono marked "5
cents" (a small one), the other marked
"Two loaves for 5 cents" (a very largo
.one). At the hack of the glass house are
two rooms labeled, "Tho Tueoma hotel."
In one room is a policeman, and in tho
other room are several figures labeled
chool inspectors," and the whole aggre
gation is tulielcd "Hoodie."
Famous California Kesort
San- Fhancisco; Dec 27. The Cliff
House, located about seven miles out of
tho city, was destroyed by fire, entailing
a loss ol f-'O.OW. It is not known how the
Are started. There were no means at
hand for combatting the flames and the
nearest fire engine was four miles away.
By the time it reached the Fjiot there was
little else ti do than save adjoining
buildings. The Clill House had a world'
wide reputation, as it overlooked the sea
roeks and was part of the possessions of
Adolph Sutro, San Francisco's mayor
elect. The buildiugs of the Cliff Houso
won; frame structures and were used as
restaurants, saloons and curio shops. In
addition there were wide balconies from
which the seals could be viewed.
About MO feet to the north are the new
salt water baths, and connecting the two
buildings are a row of sheds and fences.
The baths are immense frame structures,
capable ox holding l!(l,IK)J people, and arc
the lurccst in tho world. Thev have been
in the course of construction for three
years. They were not burned. On tho
heights above tho Cliff house arc Sutro's
private residence and niagnilioent grounds.
the latter of which are ojien constantly as
a park to the public. "
lU'nnrou of tlie Smith Family.
Ei.oomingtos, Ills., Des. 27. A renn
ion of an important branch of thu reat
smith family was held at Normal. It
consisted of tho descendants of the late
Deacon Braincrd Smith, who moved from
Rosamond, Ills., to Normal thirty years
ago, one q.1 nissons tieinji William Maw
ley Smith of Peoria. Deacon Smith was
the descendant of Lieutenant Samuel
Smith, who emigrated to Massachusetts
in 11X11. Ho was born in IMS. There was
but one son in each generation of the
five since Samuel Smith, so that this fam
ily's connection heurinn: the name of
Smith is quito small, less than lifty all
told. Twenty-one iiiciuIhts of the family
wen! at this reunion, liesides those of Il
linois. They rarac from the City of Mex
ico. Denver, Pittsburg, Kansas and St.
PoKT HfliOX, Mich., Dec. 27. Just aft
er sunrise a bi-autiful ltiirairc, showing
the St. Clair river and lxith its banks for
a distance of thirteen miles, was seen in
the sky here. Sarnia, across the river.
was very clearly pictured in tlie sky, with
tho ferryboats plying lietween the two
cities. The islands in the river below tho
city, thu town of St. Clair and the Oak
land hotel, twelve miles away, were also
clearly seen. The phenomenon was
viewed by a large number of people and
litstud nearly an hour.
-. The IliK W. C. T. ". IV 1 1 Hon.
Washington, Dec. 27. It has been de
termined by the general ollicers of the
Worlds Woman's Christian Temperance
Union to present tho polyglot R'titiou to
representatives of the L'nited States gov-
erurueut in Washington, fob. la. luis
ietilion is signed in fifty languages and
by ns many nationalities throughout the
worhl, and asks that tlie protection of gov
ernment may no more lie vouchsafed to
the htiieof iiitoxicatingliiliorsand opium,
or to the legalization of social vice.
He "tint Kven" All Kight.
ST. JosKPH, Mo., Dec. 27. William
Meutzul went into a saloon and harrowed
a revolver, saying that ho wanted to "get
a man." Ho was given a M-calilx.T pistol
and walked out on tho Btreet. A Jew
moments later ho met a young man
named Frank Tracy, and without a word
drew the pistol and shut the latter
through the bowels. Tracy died in live
minutes. Mcntzol was locked up.
Kearly Iteatly to I'ay leposltora.
Tol'EKA, Kan., Dec. 27. Bank Commis
sioner Hreidenthul has lx;en informed that
the Exchange bank at Goodland, which
clos :d its doors some .time ago, will be
ready to pay depositors in full within ten
Twelve oi the Crew Drowned.
Copeshages, Dec. S7. Tho Norwegian
steamer from Eurapotori was wrecked off
Uoui j. Twelve of the crew were drowned
after l-cing exposed in an ocn boat for
twenty-four hours, the boat having cap
t'oeta to be fitted.
IMty the poets who get stuck is their c dot to to
make wordK rhyme. Fancy a man hunting for a
rhyme for the word rellctf." If It were only
in Ihe eingular reiki ' tic might praiie Hie
"Pellet'" and bid yon aniell it. tell tt, yell it, sell
it and what not. But "PelletV la hard to ma'ch
At least Dr. Fleice's Pleasant Pellet! are match-
1 lesa as a care for bilious tUck. indigestion,
conntipation and ick heaiacbe. They ace pre-
venove as weu a cuiur. paruij iiiu uitb
mnatard teed. They work wonders.
CRIME IS EPIDEMIC.
Starting Instance of Criminal
CHICAGO MAU GOES INTO BUBGLABY
Married, with a Happy Borne, Good Wife
and Loving Children, Himself Having
First Class Reputation, He I Caught 1
tSM Policeman Friend Bobbing the
JT Jb of a Neighbor Disgrace Proves
1jiluch for Him.
ChiEAOO, Dec, 27. Blood trickled under
the floor of the patrol box at Sixty-third
stroet and Ashland avenue, whilo a police
man stood with his back to it keeping a
curious crowd at bay.
"Look at that blood coming out?" some
The officer turned around and almost
stepped into a crimson stream that was
making its way to the gutter. Hastily
opening the patrol box he found his pris
oner in a heap, with two frightful gashes
in his neck. A common pocket knife,
with the blade extended, was on the floor
of the little cell.
Just then tho patrol wagon drove up.
"Well, Watson," said the driver, notic
ing tho crowd, "what have you got here
a tough customer?
I am afraid he will never trouble tho
police again," said Officer Watson. .And
wiih this he lifted the prisoner into the
wagon. .Drive to tho r.nglewood hos
pital as quick as you can.
Lost Too Much Klood.
The doctors looked grave. "Ho has
lost too much blood," one of them mut
tered. "I hardly believe he will live
throngh the night."
This is all but tho near climax in the
life of Charles Juulack, who left a happy
home, a smiling wife, and prattling chil
dren to break into a neighbor's house.
Junlack had always lieen what may be
called a moral man. He had a regular po
sition with the Baltimore and Ohio road,
paid his bills, and swmed a useful mem
ber of society. Nothing could be said that
would have amused his friends more than
to intimate that he would ever turn
burglar, and especially choose Christmas
dav to break into a life of crime. All
this occurred to quite a few of the crowd
who saw Oflicor Watson lead him to the
For Junlack had been caught in the act
of burglary beyond all doubt. Officer
watson was walking along Justine
street and chanced to seo two men in
Abraham's Smith's houso. Now Watson
lives in tho neighliorhood himself and he
knew that tho Smith family was away.
Coupling this chance piece of information
with his police sagacity, ho knew that
the two men had no business where they
The Policeman Surprised.
As he started to enter the houso he at
tracted the attention of tlie marauders,
one of whom dropped a bag of plunder
and jumped out of a window. His com
panion had almost got away whi n Wat
son shouted: "Move and I will kill you!''
The burglar had no other alternative and
As soon as the policrman clutched his
prisoner he gasped in surprise.
"What ! you. Charley. When did you
get into this kind of business?"
"Yes, it's me, John," said Junlack, "and
for God's sake shoot me right now. I
deserve it. I would rather die than go to
"Impossible, Charley. I should like to
let you go, but my duty as an officer
poevents it. You will havo to go luick
with mo to the station."
Down Justine street they went arm-in-irm,
officer and householder, now turned
housebreaker. On their way to the patrol
box the prisoner renewed his npiicul to j
the policeman to kill him. This as they
were Hearing Junlaek'B own home, where
a number of children were romping round
a lir tree in the parlor.
Unshed Jttis Own Throat.
They passed it hurriedly, the unfortu
nate man averting his head and quicken
ing his pace.
"My God! this is terrible," he moaned.
As they neared Ashland avenue Jun
lack was recognized by scvcoal residents
of the street us they met under the light
of the lamps ut the crossings. All this
time Junlack had been meditating upon
the consequences of his crime. Home,
position, friends, and himself lost. lie
could not stand it.
"Officer," he said as they arrived at the
box, "let me stand inside the box until
the wagon comes. I dou't like to have all
these people see me in this situation "
"Certainly, Charley; step in and I will
call tho wagon right away.
The end camu swiftly. Wntson barely
had time to push some of the more curi
ous back when Junlack made two savngu
stalls at his ni'ck and started the curtain
rolling down on the lust net of his co
nfer. CltriNtuin isit t-'.iiri iu Murder.
PlTTsBUKu, Dec 27. Kobcrt Johnston
and wife had for visitors Daniel Herroit
and wife. Tho whole party partook too
freely of liquor, and the men quarreled.
Horron drew a revolver and was about to
shoot Johuslon, when Mrs. Johnston
stepped lietween tho men and ri'oeived a
bullet in tier breast. She will probably
Kicked to Itrath by a Cow.
Newmans Guuvg, Nob., Dec. 20. Mrs.
Carrie Moon went out to milk a fractious
cow. As she did not return as soon as
i usual her children
went out and found
her lying under the cow dead, the cow
having kicked and stamped her to death.
Two Civilized Imtiaiis Married.
Carlisle, Pa., Dec. 7. Dennison
Whcelock, Indian director of the Indian
irehool, and Louise La Chappelle, n Chip
pewa girl, were married at Captain
Pratt's residence. Kev. Dr. Korcross of
the Presbyterian church ofliciatcd.
Whcelock is a graduate of the school.
Saw Her 10-4lb Birthday.
IIABTKORD, Conn., Dec. 27. Mrs. Kmily
Kolibins Taliwtt of West Hartford, tho
oldest resident in this state, reached her
KHth birthday. She was 9 years old when
President Washington died.
Pare blood is absolutely necessary
in oYder to eniov perfect health
Hood's Sarsaparilla purities the blood
and etrengtnens the ej8tm.
Bietta Pike Completely
House Near Denver.
Dexveb, Dec 27. Mrs. Rktta Pike is
under arrest in this city on a charge of
burglary, and she admits her guilt. She
made repeated visits to the house of Mrs.
James R. Ives, sister of Mayor Booth of
Highlands, in the absence of the family,
first entering throngh a window and
afterwards by means of a key, and looted
the place of all portable articles of value.
She took the plundor to the residence of
Mrs. Bertha K. Shaw, a wealthy friend
with whom she was staying, and packed
it in trunks which sho then sent to the
Mrs. Pike is the wife of D. II. Piko, at
one time private secretary of ex-President
Smith of' the Denver and Kio
Grande railroad, and now living in Cali
fornia.' Alfcn admitting her guilt after her ar
rotMrs. Pike gave poverty as an excuse
fijrier conduct. Mrs. Shaw disclaimed
all knowledge of her friend's actions. Mrs.
Pike w as arrested several years ago on a
charge of setting lire to Mrs. Shaw's
house, which was burned, but was dis
charged for want of proof.
Kew fork Fin
New York, Dei. M.
Moner oa ca'l easy at IV, &2 per cent. Prima
mercantile paper Hitf per cent, (sterling
exchange dull, with actu:d business in
bankers' hills at SS&4ss for demand and
4sT34ST?4 for sixty days; posted ratog 49
4St and 4SD3-UK); commercial bills 4t4
Silver certificates SNi bid; no sales; bar sil
ver 64. Mexican Julian) aU.
UniU'd States government bonds .Vs resalar,
1174; ' coupons 1174; 4s regular lia,: 4 s
cnujions 1.4& 's Tegular 07; Pacific t of
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicaoo, Dec. 51
Following were the quotations on the Board
of Trade t"lay: Wheat Uocemlxr. opened
ufiic, closed 04c; Alm. opened aSl.-.. closed
5S!iic; July, ojwued Seo, closed 5s.M;. Corn
December. oiH-ned 4tfc, , closed 45V:; Janu
ary, opened 45c closai 4'S4C; May, opened
474c, closed 4'HiC. Oats December, opennl
K'inc, closed aijc; January, opened 2sa4c,
closed SS;t: May, opened ciiwod .11
Pork January, opened fll.io, cliwed t!l.27H,;
May. opened SIl.lc'i. cluxsd fli.UTU. Lard
Jauuary, opened '.tva. closed 46.
Produce: Butter Extra creamerv, 2lc per
lb; extra dairy. 2Uc; parking Mock, lu&lls.
Ekp Fresh stuck. l!lr. imr dux, iosotT. Lave
poultry Chickens, ft'-iilla per lb; turkey.
7Sc; ducks, TfrSUc; geese, srl.uo&li-M per
Ooz. Potatoes Burbanks. 4ar;-Vtc per bu:
Uelirons, 4.Kit,lt!C; early rose, 4;..4Sc. fweet
potatoes Illinois, H.& ',1.50. CVanherries
l.'ajie Cod, fair to choice, ts.nvui.ui per hM;
fancy, Hi.6O44D.7j. Honey Wnite clover, 1- b
pection, new stock, i:U314c; broken comb.
!Ufl2c; dark comb, poor packages, be; strained
Calllornia, kj,iic pur lb.
Chicago Live Stock.
CBiraon, Doc 9k
live stock IVices at t'.ie Union St'ick Yards
today ranged as follows: Hos Estimated
receipts lar the day, 3vr; ulcs rauired at
Siiija.aj pigs, tu.sujri.3 usiit, 4.u)i4.:Ji
rough iiackiug. $5.K0fii mixed. aDu tl
4.1U heavy packing ani'lstiippmg lot.
Cattle Receipts lor -t.ie day 11,5 aunt
tions rang'jd at S5.se (x, CM Christinas
beves, fo.lo.iJ5.Si cU.iv to f-xtra shiu
pitig steem, 9i.40.( good t'j clio-u do.,
fit; :i.4.35 lair to good. -i !";:). 7 1 c.iuimon to
nntliuai, do., C2.KAi.r hatcL-rs' stejrt, S'-'.:H
tiM i sun-kern. S-.sii ,tl4 l f-cl.rrs. Sl.int.: 7.1
cows. Si;if:i.:j heifers. tl.iM,i.:, bniU. f2.il
it.i.10 Texas steers, 4.7 -'.4.-i western raai;e
aud 4.UK-.50 veaicalves.
Sheep Estiuiated rec'Uts for the day,
.mi; Kales ranged at l'.ki'J.4l westerna,
$:.7ii-.'.'.i0 Texana, l.404i.i.ai uai i ves. aaJ.ii
CLOSING Ol (ITATIONS.
Cbicaoo, Dec. S7. Wheat, eicicr, Dec ti;
Mny t'iz. Corn, carier, Dec 4!ic. May 4F'1lc
Oata. tapy, Dec. ac Pork 'ower, Jan,
$11.20 1 ard, lower. Jan. ta.. hdw, lewcr,
Jan. $n. j.
CmcAno, Dec. ST. llocf, rerelpts IC OrtC;
firm. Cattle receipt. 7.(in0; lfg 15 higher. Miccp
receipts 9,(100; taiec hi-tbi-r.
Kew York Money Cronlng.
Xtw York, Dec. S7. Money on ea.ll, at
2l- percent; prime mercantile paper, Sit 9 1 4
Tk Local Kaifeet.
oka ix, rrr.
Corn new. 40J4c.
liav T:notfi. Clltl:
rrcrr and so etabl ca.
Onions 10c per bo.
Bnter Fair to choice lSc90c ; creamery , tic
Kscs Freh, Sla.
Poultry Chickens, 6: : tmkeya.tMc
Cattle Butchers pay for ro-n fed ateeis
SV.tun cjwi and heilfrs. : eV.vis
Poring iamb. SHStc a pocnd.
Coal -Soft. IOC.
Wood f.i.M) :ier cord.
Ismq Sarannah, Jnmt Cc.
DR. R. V. PiBKCB, Buffalo. N. V.:
Dear Sir I think your " Fn-oritn Prescrip
tion was lop pre
servation or my
life. I was under
the doctor's care
for three months
with womb d
ensr and a rn fi
nal wasting all toe
time. 1 was so
weak that I could
not be raised la
tied when I com
menced Inking tho
and by tlie tfme
I had taken three
bottles 1 was kd
and going wher
ever 1 nieasca,
nod have had good
health and lieen
very strong ever since.
Th-il was four Tear
ttOi I liave rtcommen1ed it to a good many
of my friends, and they have taken it and are
I' ours truly.
PIERCE -sr. CURE
40K. HOKET KETntXEO.
Atrriiimo tvU ir n-.w hook. JIhtivsabt or
1'mte.ii State Hi.tokt, bt l't"t. t. frjiikll
Jam un N:n( a l-j every tscfarr pupil aad
fmmil. ; ludorwd ly a-d pnbUi Agevn
atl u btuk pet wk. auccMlnl acunu will
be made Rr crol agita. Bia rav.
mtlTAX ITBIKBISG CO .
BOLD ' FEMALE
For the unseasonable weather
having. Mens Suits, positively
$18 and $20, go for
Overcoats at same price?. Children's Suits and
Overcoats worth $4.00, 5.00, 6.00 and 7.00, all
7 Per Cent Loans.
ac sars as
The following is a partial
list of completed pilt-dpoi
first rnortgnfc loans on hand,
which we offer fr sale, sub
ject to previous selections,
for their face and accrued
interest. These loans Lave
been carefully selected by
us. ami are first-class in
every reect. They ar: all
7 per t'KXT net to the inves
tor. We have many other
loans to offer, if these are
not in amounts to suit the
Amount. Cent. Tint.
f 2,2.HJ 7 5 yrs
800 7 6 yrs
500 7 5 yrs
900 7 5 yrs
200 7 5 yrs
2,000 7 5 yrs
300 7 fi yrs
1,000 7 6 vrs
875 7 fi Vrs
1,500 7 5rs
2,000 7 5 yrs
400 7 5 yrs
JO 7 5 yrs
4 tO 7 5 yrs
CiXJ 7 5 V rs
1,200 7 5 yrs
2.50 7 5 yrs
1 he bccurities we oner are
especially alaited for the
investment of savings and
trust funds, as our personal
attention to all the details of
. the loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieves the hold
it from all annoyance except
to present hi- coupon to us
for collection. For further
information call at the of'
JACKSON & HURST.
GEO. F. ROTH. Snot. Ixaa Depart aLt.
Sash, lwrs and blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork fur Builder
&dirg, flooring. WainreoMlaf
Itkstnrt, WttaaUrla tm
Too My Suits!
First served. Come everybody
Dress Makers and Seamstresses
Xo rc-fittr). No rc-basting.
chart or model, but a
Such as our Merchant Tailors use.
Instructious given in the art of
Boning, Finishing, and
Lessons not limited. School open day
Ityaii Itloek, Second Floor, Davenport
BUSH'S CORN CURE
A Positive Cure for Corns, Warts and. Bunions
rUICE 25 CKXTS.
This retried v is soM under a ofcitive puaranti; and are will chocr
fulty refund the money if you are not satisfied with the result.
Different from any other, it will allay the paisj instead of uakio;
the foot sore. It has been tried tty many, who praise it highly. We
can furnish testimonial if desired. Try it, and suffer no lunger.
Manufactured by HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Manufacturing Pharmacist. Fifth Avennne Pharmscy.
corner Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street. Bock Island.
For sale at all shoe stores.
we have been
worth $15, $16,
Kcllogg's school of Dress
IZZ3 Cteeni Artssst