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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1895.
Pa' Y.ih4 Pail 7 ed Weekly t VO Stcond
ATenne, Kock Island, 111. KoltKiJ at the fxt
ofice M uxud clue muter.
TfcK! Dai'y. 10 .nt pi-r week. Weekly,
12.00 jier aotinm; I adraac. J1.M.
All commur.lcatioiii of cltical or srpimenta
tlve character, political or religion, moat hTe
reil ntaie attached for publication. So uch
article will be priuted orer flemton aignatare.
CorrprrK nilcnen solicited from ev.ry townablp
la ltek If 'and rnun'y.
Monday, Septkmbek 23, 1895.
Tiik business of making tin cans
has got to be enormous. It U noth
ing lor ix big factory to turn out 30,
(JOU a lav.
The real and personal estate of
the state cf New York represents
fl, 000 to each head of population.
In about or.e-balf the estate property
remains at a standstill.
The Italian government Is bo poor
it cannot pay its debt, but it has
just ordered an Korlih lirm to make
12 immense guns for its war vessels
at Cuba. Italy evidently believes
in savin" what she has.
FiiEF.rouT IH'I.i.etis: The people
of Illinois and Chicago have been
greatly afllictud. hirst the republi
can sandbagging and boodlitig legis
lature, then the DuuDing asylum
scandal of Cook county and now the
Chicago papers contain an account
of the most sensational charges ever
recorded against any city council
that have been made vgainst the re
publican council of ttiut city. Last
lull the republican orators told us
we must have a change. The state
ami the city of Chicago, like Ohio,
have it, ami not unlike in Ohio the
chaDge eonits very high.
Kamern Normal In lroat!.
The latest proceedings begun
against the trustees of the Eastern
Normal school present some new
features which, it is stated, have
never been passed upon by the su
prcmecourt of the state. The Spring
lieM KegisU-r says:
"The fourth section of the act cre
ating the Kastern Normal school
- . . : .1 . t .
ilolilU9 mill uj'uii iuv fii33nv ui
the act the governor shall nominate,
and by and with the advice of the
senate, appoint live trustees. The
fifth section provides: "The said
trustees shall hold their first meet
ing within one month from the time
this act goes into clTect." Section
13. article 11, of the state constitu
tion, provides a follows: "And no
act of tho general assembly shall
tako effect until the lirst day'of July
next alter its passage," except where
there is an emergency. The law cre
ating the Eastern Normal school had
no emergency clause. The board of
trustees was continued on the
6th day of June, or 25 days before
the law went into effect. The con
tention on the part of those lighting
the board will be that, at the time
of their appointment and confirma
tion there was no law in force pro
viding for such appointment and
confirmation. The contention of the
board will be, no doubt, that they
were appoiuted to act when the law
became effective. If their commis
sions so recite, this may make a
difference in the decision of the
"In any event, some lino legal
points are presented, and their de
cision will also effect the Northern
Illinois Normal school, as the pro
visions of the two laws are practi
cally the same. It is well that the
proceedings have been commenced
thus early, before any money has
been drawn from the treasury."
According to a statement made at the
Montreal meeting of tho American So
ciety of Mechanical Knuineers by Su
pcriutendent Uegj;em of tho engine
works at Mavillnu. O. , tho advantages
of compressed air havo Ix;oh very pro
nonneed in tho foundry operations of
that establishment. Tho air is supplied
by moans of three compressors. A bell
driven compressor, 13 by 10 inches ia
siz'. rnus constantly and supplies most
of tho air that is nsed, and tiio working
pres-snro is from 60 to 70 jkjuuiIs; a T
iuch by 7 inch steam driven duplex
compressor is operated by a pressure
valve, so that when tho pressure of air
falls below 00 pouuds this compressor
is put iu motion to snpply tho deficien
cy tho air supply being thus main
tained automatically. A smaller steam
driven compressor is also kept as a re
serve, iu case of accident to either of tho
other machines. Tho air is stored in
three reservoirs of 250 cubic feet capac
ity each, and these reservoirs arc placed,
in thuso parts of the works where tho
greatest volume of air is required, and,
owini; to the intermittent use of tho air,
tho compressors aro equal to furnishing
a fafilcieiit amount, and at a cost of
something like (3 per day of ten hours.
Old EngUiih Coal Records.
Thero is a record, dated 832, of the
receipt of 1 2 cartloads of fossil coal at
tho abliey of Peterborough, and this was
assuredly cnt the first case of produc
tion and delivery.
The deeds of tho bishopric of Durham
contain records of grants of laud to col
liers as far back as 1 ISO, in various
parts of tho county. In tho year 1339 a
charter was granted by Henry HI to tho
freemen of Ncwcastle-on-Tyne to dig
coal in the fields belonging to tho cas
tle, and it was in or about this roar
that coal was first sent to London. Very
early in the fourteenth century evidence
abounds cf a large consumption of coal
by smiths, brewers and others. Already
the smoke nnisanco appeared, and a
commission of Edward I levied Ones to
Another charter, or license, was grant
ed to the freemen of Kewcastlo in Ed
ward Ill's timo to work coal within the
town walls, and in tho year 1367 coal
began to be worked at V.'iulaton, in tho
neighborhood where George Stephenson
was to evolvo the locomotive 400 years
later, while himself a worker at the
coal pits All the Year Round.
Dors Toor Mother Know Voo-re Oot
This cant question was current a good
many years ago I ehoald think alut
23 or 80. Perhap3 it had its popularity
from some music hall song of tho time.
It appears in almost identical words in
a comic poem published in The Mirror
of April 28, 183S (volume 31, No. t90,
pago 2S2), which is said to be an ex
tract from Eeatlcy's Miscelhiuy. It is
entitled "Tho Meeting, After the Man
ner of Ludvvjig Unkind."
Five stylus describo very sentimen
tally how the poet lay besido a fountain
dreaming of Elysian plains, of old cas
tles, gigurttie forests-, troops cf nymphs,
etc , and bow a "lovely May" advances
toward liim from tUo forest shads:
Straight I roso and roa to mitt her,
fMzt-u her li:;ml: 1 1: licsvi nly liltio
Of her hri;:!.t tyts siv.lli-J hrii:ti r. swwtiT
Ad ho sifeked inc. Who are y,u'r"
To this rnrst!rn mino imothor
YVjint its uiin I sti'l iritis douht
Alvl sh':iN!:.Tl i'r: "If-iw's your mother?
L)'jcs sho kumv tlr.it you aro outv"
"Not riy rr.c'tluT c'.oes not know it,
l'i antrim-:, h jva (Vsrem'titl SI use!"
"Then !! in t yi.n, my l.unsmn pn't.
And say 1 ocnl jt'j witjj tho i..ws."
Notes and (Queries.
Anecdote of Ircy Mcftre.
Mr. JIcMco infi .Tnicd us that ono day,
when on a railway train at a station, a
liltio bur witii a telegram for him ran
through tl:o ear shouting, "Is Darky
Mctieo here?" IJeGr-e said that ho
beseechingly called or.t, '"Sofiru tho c,
my boy." Mr. Jletjec, as wo all know,
was of a very dark, rich complexion.
Ho also assured us that iu an election
contest between Mr. Dorion and him
self they together visited a negro settle
ment near Montreal, tho votes of which
wero an important quota in tho election.
Ho (McGne) said ho maneuvered and
got Dorion to first address them, which
ho did in a long, stirring appeal, and
then ho (Mcfiee) aroso, and, opening his
month from ear to ear and glowering at
the negro nndience, 6honted, "Wo are a
downtrodden rare," and then resumed
hissear. "Aud,"saidMr. Mcfiee, "they
voted for me to a man. "Canadian
Kniglits or the Maccaure..
The state commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "Af
ter trying other medicines for what
seemed to be a very obstinate couh
in our two children, wc tried Dr.
King's New Discovery, and at the
end of two days the cough entirely
left them. We will not be without
it hereafter, as our experience proves
that it cures where all other reme
dies fail." Signed F. W. Stevens,
State Commander. Why not give
this great medicine a trial, as it is
guaranteed, and trial bottles are
free at Hart. & Ullemcyer s drng
store? Regular size 50 cents and f 1.
IT MAT DO A3 MUCH FOU VOU.
Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes
that he had a severe kidney trouble
for many years, with severe pains in
his back and also that his bladder
was affected. Ho tried many so
called kidney cures, but without any
good result. About a year ago
he began the use of Electric
Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters is especially adapted
to cure all kidney and liver troubles
and often gives almost instant re
lief. One trial will prove our state
ment. Price only 50 cents for large
bottle. At Hartz &Ullemeyer's drug
HUCKLEN'S aknica salvb.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively enres
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts & Ullemcyer.
Troth Tersely Told. .
"Foley's Honey and Tar is one of
the standard medicines used in the
Working Woman's Home association,
at 21 South Peoria street, Chicago."
Du. Blink. Med. Supt.
"Foley's Honey and Tar gives the
best satisfaction here."
C. F. Bickhai's, Roseland, 111.
"My customers call for Foley's
Honey and Tar when wanting a good
cough syrup." J. II. Kxsse.
For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug
' rile! rile! riles!
Dr. William?' Indian File Ointment will cm
Mind blcodln?, ulcerated and Itchin; plica. It
absorb the tumors, allay the itching at once,
ci n a poo'tlce, giTe hvtant relief. Dr. Vt'il
liam' lulian Pile Ointment I prepared only for
pi'.ea and itching of the private part, and notbiEg
elve. Every box is guaranteed. Sold by dra?
cltt. vent by mail, for SO cents and II per box.
William Slannfaetnrine; company. Proprietors,
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by T. U. Tbomas.
Vbea Ray -m wit, vie a her Cafiori.
hra it -rmm a ChiM, h mrd for Cantor!.
Whea ah, brvaine Mm. cf etanje to Oaatorta.
VHian aha- had Ut-alwo, aba gavsUwa Chrtmam.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castor ia.
WINE OF THE MORNING
me wonM qmff their nwtaf
From enrvun ccp of cvij.
That like cn open flower.
With rat:n lips nr.rolled.
Exhales a liquid fragrance
Of luxury untold.
Bomc would qiuff tlicir nectar
From Vcuua" popry lips.
The crimson foi'.ui. of folly.
Where vukinr naRMon eips,
la drowsy cruras of sweetness.
Through w hich time thrills and slips.
Est I would cjuriff tho ner tar
Whrwo focnt ia t-vcr free
Pnr- z-yhym fnr.i tho mountain,
H-jl Lnvzts froia She s;a,
All fraarlit with morning's fervor,
And'wild winad' r-o"try.
Tako all earth's crcltatkrat
Jt-s ry swtT'.jt c:ivin'.
Its irfunif'S and ita pr.rplo,
Iu rare and lair and Cno;
The Lrcczo in ht-aven's browing,
Oo-j's Heaiir.R ill his wine.
ifary Btrri Chapman.
. Chrysoloras. a r.r.tivo of Constanti
nople, who lias been styled the restorer
cf Greek iu Italy, carried Greek lore
and tauRht Lis native tongue to the
magnates and youth of the principal
Italian cities from 1400 to 1413, aud
his Greek grammar was the standard
fcr many years. Greek at that time was
little known in western and northern
Eurrpe, not a single book in that idiom
being fonnd in the library of the king
of Frame as late "as 1123, br.t it be
came a favoiite study iu Italy, where
many Greek scholars fonud rifuo after
tho final overt Irrow cf the eastern em
pire iu 1403.
Why Not Too?
When thousands of people are tak
in Hood's Sarsapariila to overcome
tho weakness and languor which are
so common at this season, why are
yon not doini; the same? When you
kuow that Hood's Sarsapariila has
power to cure rheumatism, dyspep
sia and all diseases caused by im
pure blood, why do you continue to
suffer? Hood's cures others, why
Hood's pills are prompt and effi
cient 25 cents.
The Iteat la Clirnpret.
Foley's Sarsapariila is from three
to ten times strong in blood cleans
ing qualities than any other proprie
tary medicine. For" sale at M. F.
Bahnsen's dru; store. Trial size
Sold by T. H. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
Advertise ! !
J.B. LEWIS CO.
J month. In tho year
protects the feet
and never irritates them.
Made of tannery calf skin, fJongfO-
la top, au leather trimmed, solid
leather soles and between the outer
and inner sole is a cement of cork
and rubber equal to k cork sola
uandsome, stylish and durabl
Ten styles 4. 5 and 6 wide-
Ask Your Dealer For It.
J. B. LEWIS CO. Boston, Mass.
Sold ly DCLLY BROS.
-Cv awaat i a ty n,mm i.
. MM U He .4 IM BmlUc'
M. 9nitd t.er n"Am T L
la K.X urn firtinlm. 1 iiimwii
-nUt tmr ladln.aMr. k. iilm
M kr all ScaaSHU,
91 d?uaTik 4 Q
v0 are made from Hie root of CO
w ihe Asparagus, recom- (A
y mended by eminent phy- O
(g sicians for the Kidneys CO
Q and the Blood. IU
V) Cure all Kidney Troub- O
w les, as well as Rheumatism, CO
O Gout, Anaemia, Lack of (fi
y) Ambition, Nervousness, O
t Headache, etc CO
1 A few does will relieve.
C A fevr boxes viill cure.
At all drug-gists, or by
mail prepaid, for 50c. a box.
Send for pamphlet.
j) KCBQ'S HEOiCINE Col,
Cl:ca. San Franoisco.
Notice it t-.orchjr pirn that the nn tcrifmct
h. liren a; p liiiUil fc-!i;nre f t!i Ki-ck la und
lie otirm ir.il Plniuhins comptvjr. ami ailxr n
Im ilh g tny cla m or rl-.iui atni't a il coin
pary are lirn hy notified i p-wnt ihe aamc to
. r to A ?air He-want, my auori'.cy. nrtler
o:ilh of bftirnidtina within three nmniti frvra
thit. date, whetrfr taiil ctttlme arc ilue rr not.
Al peHiL lndt-btod to a-ii;ricr are re-
quefi id to maku prrmpt payment cf Un tamo
Dated Sept. 5. 18W
TlIO.J AS B. DAVIS, Aifijnoe.
Adaih Plc.sakt. Ailrn- y.
Rock Isutxn Uol'ktt.
In the rirrnifVoa:t. lncbauc-ry. Forccla.-wrc
ecmr il No. x.sw.
Pncl B re- btr s. Anna n. Authony and Frank
NnTici I tiert Uv civen lha' virtue of a ,ti-
cr.- t f tnui u nrt, cnU-red ill tic aWe ci ti led
canc, on thet 1 1 ay f Sept-inh. r, A. I , HW, I
hail on Satnru.y thi Id daT of Niv-mhrr, A. l .
It5. at the hour of 1 i.Yl-k In the ait. moon, at
the fro-1 thkir of ihe cortrl houe, in th. o'ty el
Rork Maud in naiil county tt Itrk litla d, tn
wtify ni'rt ilecrie. etl at tub ic venduu. to thf
hiutiej't anil hi-it l-i'Jder fir ci-hin nat:d, thwt
ctttin r.ttr-e! tif lind, annate in Ihe conn'y of
H4nk I-tattd, jind itale of Illinoi:, known end
do-etiued as fol oit. to-wit:
Lot niimter nine 18) in Mock r.nVr m.e (1)
in llr-tok'a a:dilon to tneci y ,r H c Nln 1.
Date ! at Kock l-'iind. Iilinolj. this aid da of
September, A, I., 1M5
tl.WI.N K. I AliMENTSP.
Stu-tcry in t'luvnccrv. Ifock 1-land Coin'y, III.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Hock Island Otrsrv, i
In the Circuit Court, In Chmcsry. Forcclosnrc
gt-ntral So 3. SKI.
Tht II'm r.nild:ng and Loin aj oclalio-.i, of
C'sit-a Hmi'i .'a'litl.le K-Wne-, Carl Rihctt
K-iw'n.T, the Ifwk Ifltin I Ituwin ? rom;an,
Jo'm spi'CT, .To!vrtt i. Lcnh and Josei-n K
tiri'Ve. pmtucrH a I.ett't Si tirt-vo, fl. F. Tlrbiu
mor Miftur&cturing company and Ilcnry
Km c-.-: hcret-y con tkat hv virtue of derrep
of taid court, enu red :n Ike hbuve emiled c-iu-e.
on the l!Ha dy or .Inly, A. D , 1MB, I ha l.
on Sittiniar. the h C&r tf Ool A. D., 1SM,
at the hoar of 1 o'c'or't in til nfiernxm, at, ih
north dMirof t!ie court h-ne, in t'l-s cty of Uuck
i-iiii", in saia con .iy or i;ock is anil, to aiiry
aid dt-crw, aeil at trntjiic vendue, lo Ihe hihv I
biidi-r for ca.-li that ccr.ain parc-l of laud.
pit?:ntc in the ctllnlr of liork l.lunri and :nte
of Illinois, kuown and dctcritcl as fclioi.
Lot nnnt-M-r one Hi in h'or-k nn-nb ! cnt 1 in
Ciiyc-r's third ("J-Ij addition tu the city of K.ck
Ia ed ct Unck li-Vid. n:inL this Kth da of
Stpu-tntxr, A. 1. tM-'S
KI.WIS K. I'AIiMKXTKp,
Waster in Chancery, liock If land mnnt . 111.
jAeaf.N & ill iist. Couiplainubi's raiicitors.
Glove and Fur Store.
1605 Second Av.
ins im booms
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shun: poo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
b obtained at the Saait&rinm
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. tn. to
13 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric a ad Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at an;
time daring business hours.
Gymnasium connected with b&'i
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
HICAQO, BOCK 19 LA XT) PACIFIC
wiiwir i icaci can n pnrcuaaea or mox
pace checked at K I P Twentieth aucet depot
or O It I F depot corner Vifta mint a
Dtuvcr Limited tuaa.
Ft. WotUi, DuiTer K.C..
Omaa tt Dts atolce
Omaha A Dea Moine Xz..
maha A Minneapolis Ki.
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
St. faal 4k af tnncapol'
.t.er. Ft. Worth J K. C.
;Koca Island Wachlntrum.
IfSlcavn Dew Moinoa
Bock 1-UmlABrooklyn Ac. .
an. ;- 4.M) an
are j'll :V m
amp Sri u am
atnit S: s lira
t 1 4S
pro it i-Juam
pml 7 40am
Arrival. tDcrrUira. ttM ly . except Sunday.
All other dally. Telephone l&J.
BCRLINOTOK ROUTS C.. B. O. RAIL
way Depot Firt arcnoe and bixWnth
atreet, M . J. Toons, scent.
ix. Lonia Exivm 7.00 us 7:W)e,m
Loui Express 7:-Hipui! 6:55 am
4tc rling, Dchnt;ne 3t. Paul t R:40 pm 7:ro am
Beardrtown Pawenirer I 8 :50 pm 11:19 am
a erling. Uiibaqce t.Pa"l t 7:&5ra H-NQpm
apailr. Di!y except Sunday.
rniCAOO. MTLWACKKB ft ST. PAUL
PaUy Racrne 4t 8uthwe:rn Dlriaion
- Ierr.t Twentieth. trr!t, between first and
Stcocd avenues, L B. Greer. Agent.
Mall and Kxpress
Freight and Arcommodit'n.l
t0 am! Srfiptn
M pm Il::am
9$0 am- 7:311 pro
l?aiiy except Sunday.
Dock Island Peoria Kailwat
rnot First Are nno and Twentieth street
E. U Gou", ascnu
Knutern F.x. "nio Trilby". I S.', cm
1'i ona tit Louis Mail Km... am
Bxpreos .... -.. ..i 1:i5doi
7 rVS am
Peoria Accom. Freight ! T:lilpm
t.-aii:v tvia sncrrarat Accom.) u:iwiam
fab'n Aocomi1etion...... I S;40am
faMp Accommodatitin ' S i oni
Paswnscr tnins leave t: B. I. P. (Mollne
avenue) d. pot tve (S) minutes t arMer than time
Klven. Trains marked daily, all otucr trains
daily cxceit Surday.
DURLINOTOS, CKDAB RAPIDS
orthem Railway, depot fit of Bra-',
strci-t. Itavenporu Jsa. alurton, lica. Tk't at
k4 :5 pmitiM:s5 am
b7:W m 19 45 i.ra
West Llrwrty I rn.iis
trionn. vatn .
" No, .".",
'iiy. nuaiiy vacc ngumr, Ttraini; Dtrn.
tGoInc Honth at,d east. No. 18 runs between
n.Mtt. anil U'iMl I.IKai
To "the East via the
?. . & P.
In Effect June 30.
Lv Rock Island ....
Lv Hock island.
1 40 pm
1 45 pm
9 21 pm
H X5 am
7 9 . am
8 S pin
8 40 pm
6 Vi am
8 r-S pm
Twentieth et Dcjot
Ar Indianatiolis ....
Ar roulsvMle...... .
Ar Pavton.. ........
A ret Loui
A r K vans vi'.lc
ArTerre Haute ....
li 05 pm
v vr ura
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Pekin, Hav
ana. Springliuld and Litcblicld.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. J. YOUNG, JR.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Blau, Ma.tcr; L. B. Scitib, tnerk.
Leave Roek Island for ainscatiD. New
Boston. Keithsburg, Oqaawaa, and Bur
And FuiDAr, at 4:80 p. .
yiee rooms and (rood meals. Rpoc al rate
to panic of ore or more who wiah to
male the round trip. The Yoori; has
been ve.-y recently purchased and fitted
np for I His trade, and ia not surpassed hy
atiythrneoa the atiscmdppl for alecanc
QEOBOB LAXOXT & SOS. Agents.
Diamond Joe Line Warehousa.
4 25 am 8 00 am
4 07 am 805 am
7 St am II Snare
9u7am 1 12 pm
7 US pm
A Ifipm snspm
K, pm 13 SO am
10 Ml am
lu 50 am 3 10 pm
0 45 am
1 10 pm
7 iW pm
John Vollt 5c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
- And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Biding, Flooring, Wainecoaiing
ink street, batfthaadstk av
Bbl --IW.. .1III, -.T
POUSHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons.
ritted wit t!)c dreat "G. 6" J." Tires
All Rawclcb DicvcLts are Fullv Goarantcfd
McCABE BROS., Sole Agents. ,
HEATIHQ AND TENTI LATINO ENQINKEKS.
112 and 114 West Seventeenth street.
111 W. Second street,
GRAND OPENING OF
NEXT TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 24-25'.
to which all our Friends and their Friends and their
Friends' Friends are cordially invited.
Our Stocks are Larger and Dettcr Assorted than any in the
Tri-Cities, making possible to you a wide choice of cvorjtbing
desirable in the line from the everyday "Sailor" to the finest
creations from the world's great fashion centers, AT TIIK
i'UICES THAT HAVE MADE THIS STOKE SO rOl'ULAB.
In Our Trimmed Hat Department
Wo shall display a charming assortment of the Latest Confec
tions. Hats, Bonnets and Toques, altogether an exhibition that
will win the admiration and further cement the bonds of
Friendship between the Purchasing Public and this Attractive
Grand Display of Mourning Goods
CLOAKS BBIHD OPEHHI&FnBS
The display in this department will be the most elaborate we
have ever undertaken. The extent of variety shown will
surprise all visitors, while the prices will be a revelation to
every student of ccomics.
BEE & HIVE
114 West Second street
- '.k I
for a ouifK anra-niMNFP aaiir
nPPUEO AND POUSHED WITH A eLOTH
Morse Bros. Props.Conton.Mass,USA.
Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
1720, 1722. 1724 U26 and
1728 Second Av.
114 W. Second street,