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THE AKGOS. TUESDAY, MAY 7, 185.
Paopto 'should kmUm that tha only
tro and permanent can far that?
condition 1 to. b found bbavla;
Bmxom the health of every organ aad
tissue of tba body depends npon tha
parity ol tha blood. ThawhoIowoHd
" kaowa tba atandard blood puriflac la
, And therefora It la tba onlytrneand
raliabla medicine for nervous people.
It makes tha blood pare and healthy,
and thus cures nervousness, makes
tba nerves firm and strong, gives sweet
natural sleep, mental vigor, a good
appetite, perfect digestion. It does an
this, snd cores Scrofula, Eczema or Salt
Rheum, and all other blood diseases.
Hood's Pills Jto5S.c?
a. e. comaTXT.
a. d. oeanLLT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second tv-r, over Mitchell at Lyndt'S
btsfc. Money to Inn.
Jackson & II unit.
Attorneys at Law.
OMrs fa Rook Island National Bak building.
a. d. ssrsaasr. c. l. viura.
Sweeney & walker,
. - ,1
aitorncvs snu vouuceiiors si isv
Office In Beigetou'. Block,
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Ljwal bnatnesn nf n'l kind, promptly attended
to. Htale'a Attorney of Hock leland county.
Office, t-oetofllea Stock.
McEnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loss money as rood security: inn enlee-
tloiia. Ker.-rn . Mitchell Lynda. basrs.
Oflton. Pnetofai- MlocJL.
Drack & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Rn i Y M C A Building, cor Third svease
and Nlntteeoth s!re- t
- Edward S Ram matt,
51 Whitakcr building, - r-aveni-ort, la.
Geo. P. Staudnnar,
Plans aad aanertntendeee for all etnas of
Bntl-Ha . Boom. S3 and So. MltcbeU I.J1
Baiutlt. Tans eievati.
Ur. V. H Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Cilice In Trecman's new bnil ling, conH-rtf
raft-nth rtrret and 1 h'ru avenae, l ock lla-ul.
Telephone No. 1038.
Dr. Ch&s. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Oulv.
OSes. Whlttekw Block, eoalhweat con
Third sad Brady streets. Davenport, luwa
1 17 and IS. Iloarti toll a. m.,1 tot p. nu
j, a. avixowausa, a. n.
a, a. SAarn. a. r
Era. Barth &c Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ksstdsacs TSiaiat .
. ssi jo aooas:
Ot, Barta I lr. murnw boaa-.
Slows, at, I tiito'xa.B,
- ltotsadl loSp.n. I 1 to and t u B l m.
W. A. D ailing,
t.B tchell A Lynde'e building.
R. M. Pearce,
Boom ct and SI ta Hitch) ft Lrnda
Batldlnc. Taks elevator
Batata of Johanna Baaeraf eld. decesred.
Tbesadentzacd havtaebeea aaaointedexeea
tnr of the last will aad tvataaicut ot Jokmna
Beatnfald. lata at the eouety of Rnek laland.
stats ot Illinois, deeraaed. heraly gtvts aoMot
that be will appear before tha county coart ot
Back lalaad eonnty, at tha office Of tha elark ot
said coan, la the city of Hock liland. at the
Jaly tetaa. oa im ant Monday la July aazi.
at wbtch tnns sll persons bavtsgelaiDia againm
ssM ataia are aatided and reqaettrd to attend
ijt ta porpoae c BaiuK tna earn a aonea.
AB eersoas tadeuted to said aetata ant re
aaaetad ta stsks Immediate paysieailo tha an
Dated this V1 day o April A.D. 1SS5
KD AHD Bt Rbr-LD. Kiecntar.
Bstste of Marcaret Ilartieoa,
Tna andenianaal bavins bee apoatatad ad
Hlnhtfeaanr nf tha aetata of Mtrsarat Harrl-
soa, lata of tba anaaty of Rock lalaod. etatn
of luinota. deraaaed. hereby (He nottea Oat k
will aapaar bfo-e the eoaatir coart od Bock lalaad
.mm nt the oOkre of lb clerk of eaid coart. tat
a rt nf Rk inland, at tha Jelv trna oa
tba tra Monnay h Jaiy seat, at which ass
all peraans htvutf cUiats sga-ost sate at
. aaUSed aad rm -ted to at land, for tba
ad kaviaa tha aaaaa adlaatad. -
AU aawaoaa) tedeMed to eaid eattts are raqasst-
ed to malm ta stadiats paystaat at dm
DJUd irr.mrat A raft. A. T. M
Pocahontas, Va.( Miners
cline to Dig Coal.
10 DDI0ATI0HS OF TUSBULEHCE,
Arrests 'mm Apparently
Arbitrary Kind Tha May Cans TnaM
We Virginia Strife Baffle Alaa at
rar Strike Agaiaa Vi
S 84, Basra Was Ci
Ova Ti laai is ta the lead.
Pocabostas, Ta, Mar 7. -There are
no minors working in the mines here, and
it is believed the onion men have won
over the miners hero and that the strik
ers have the field. The Hungarians have
refused to work, and only a very few men
went up to report for duty. They were
what are known as day men, who lay
tracks and work machines. The town is
quiet and good order prevails, the miners
remaining in and at their homes, but they
are indignant at the attack made on one
of their speakers War burton, who was
knocked down by Hall on the station
platform and seriously hurt. The sym
pathies of this section are wlih the min
ers. The operators, it is believed, will
suspend any attempt to run the mines.
Look Like Arbitrary Arrests.
Two policemen, Baldwin and Mike Ru
pert, went to the home of Joe Farkars,
and, calling him oat, asked him if he in
tended to work. He said ho would not
work unless others worked. Ho was then
told he must work, and he responded
that ho would not, whereupon he was
struck. At this seven men in sympathy
with the polico rushed in and Farkars
was arrested and is now in jail. Another
man, a negro, was struck at the Brown
ing mines, and there are warrants out for
some of the miners of West Virginia, who
are hold for interfering and keeping other
men from working. Trouble is feared.
The miners think the police want trouble
and are holding bock. The men are
quiet. The operators report a light force
at work. If arrests continue there is no
tolling what will come.
. All Qatet la Wet Virginia.
WrJEEUXe. May 7. It is now belioved
that there will bo no noed for state troops
In the Norfolk "and Western coal strike,
although the entire national guard has
been under orders for two days. United
States Marshal Garden has received word
from Deputy Harman, who is on the
ground, that all is serene and that no out
break is apprehond-Jd. Adjutant Gen
eral Holly is on the ground, but no word
has been received from him, which is re
garded as n good omen. Business on tho
Korfolkand Western Is practically dead as
far as freight la concerned. One local
freight passes the mining district a day,
and that Is usually laden with provisions
for the strikors. No coal is being shipped
bTBTJCK FOR BETTKR QUARTERS,
U aVaoJs Eaataaakan Wia WUat They
War Caateadins; For.
ST. Louis, May 7. The sweatshop strike
Is ended. Many of the mon are back at
work, and by the middle of next week all
the coat makers will bo employed again.
A committee consisting of Schwabs,
State Factoty Inspector Connelly, Master
Workman btone (of the local garment
workers), and a representative ot the
board of hcaltb bos been on a tour of in
spection among the shops during the past
Wherever the shops were In fair condi
tion and the bosses agreed to comply with
the law and secure better quarters, tho
Journeymen were notified that tney niiht
return to work temporarily. Most of the
bosses have promised the committee to
furnish new quarters. The manufactur
ers will not furnish work to those who do
not. Tho strikers expect to bs at work In
their new quarters within a fortnight.
Ore Trimaaerar Vaioa Wins the right.
CLEVELAND, May 7. A. B. Eldrldoe, at
torney of the Dulutb,, South Shore and
Atlantic Railroad company, was here in
conference with the trimming committee
uf the Lake Carriers' association regard
ing the trouble with the ore trimmers at
Marquette. It was agreed that the rail
rjuil company should take the trimming
ot ore cargoes out of tbo hands of tho
Carriers association and station two rail
road foreman at the docks who will be
permitted to employ whatever men they
may desire. Although it is not admitted.
this is practically a victory for the Ore
Trimmers' union, as it is inferred that
union men will hereafter be employed.
Cannot Ranch aa Agreement.
Columbus, O., May 0 The Ohio miners
officials have issued a circular to their
constituency to the effect that it was im
possible to agree with the operators; that
no work be done in or around mines ex
cept pumping or bailing water; that to
secure 93 cents per ton for pick and 36
cents for machiuo mining all must stand
together, none going to work if offered
these prices nntil all receive a similar
Banked the Fires aad Walked Oat,
PiTTEBUiio, Kax, May 7. The woikmen
at the Cherokee Zinc company's works hi
this city, 250 in number, have banked the
fires and walked out as per agreement.
The men at the Lanyon factories also
walked out at the same time, which leaves
only one factory, the Pittsburg and St.
Louis, running in full blast in this city.
BHjra Betarta te Tavstr W
PlTTsnUBG. May 7. All the men in the
Shaney and In Blythe's Big Chief mines
have retnrnod to work at the Oo-eent rate.
The union men brought them ont last
week, but could not hold them. They are
two of the largest mines in the district.
Mara Free Bile Utlaateaaa.
St. Louis, May 7. Specials to The Re
public from Charleston and Marshall,
Ills., say that Colas and Clark county
Democrats in convention elected free sil
ver delegates to the state convention aad
adopted free silver resolntions.
WUI Dwpllnata a-aaS Teal's Strifea.
Bxllaibx, O. , Ma y 7. It Is believed here
that the strike of 1H will be duplicated.
Tha sslaeaa working cat tha uo operative
ordered ont ana
rBuigaxBcV May T.Taa) OiasyviUs
srlka-v fear aBsbasaV SSkd stow Uf
rata nave beam all
atrikers and tha delegates will at ones
either vote to support the strike or advise
the operatives to return to work until a
mere auspicious time. ... - .
Iaeraase la the Irioa af Shews,
B3OCKT0X. Mass., May 7. Brockton
manufacturers have decided almost unani
mously to increase the prices of shoes
from 15 to & cents a pair. The manu
f act are n say that the Increase means no
extra pront to taem, nut toot it is maae
neocssary uj ine aavance in me price n
Strike ta tho Maaaba Banc.
DCLUTR, May 7. A strikj is on in tha
Franklin Rackcfcller mine on the Mosaba
iron range; 3.4) men are oat, and It is pos
sible that the trouble may spread. The
troublo was precipitated by the loaders,
who demanded that all tho men In the
mine be paid higher wages.
Koa-Caloa MII1V Mrm Strike.
Pittsbcbq, May 7. The puddler in all
the non-union mills except tho Clinton
ire now on strike for the (4 rate. Tbo
strike is to tho number ot t.OUO men and
all of them have been taken into the
Woman o.t Stllehlns; Shoes.
Nassau, K. Y., May ?. Tho women
employed in the stitching department at
Brackott's shoo shop struck against a re
duction in Wgcs of aa per cent.
MAN-EATING LION MEETS FATE.
aParMir Toaard to Ieath by a Mexican
Hall at Monterey.
Monterey, Mcx., May 7. "Parncll,"
the man-eating lion, was killed hero io
tho ball-ring by a Mexioau bulL Tho
contest between the bull and the lion wns
witnessed by ,txr people. "Parncll"
fought a bull here two weeks ago, gutting
rather the worst of tho battle This
time, instead of meeting tuo bull In its
first mad dash as it wns cirx-ctt'il bo
would, he turned to one si Jo mid avoiJcd
him agnin an J again. The buil continued
on the offensive, but the lion never re
turned thu attack except whon the close
ness of the combat was suoh that he
could nut avoid it.
Twice he modo vicious grabs at tho bo-
vine's nose, so that it was streaming with
blood, thouga the blood was d uo in part
to the bull dashing his uvea on the
ground in attempting to trot his horns
low enough to toss his adversary. The
one-sided combat lasted an hour. The
lion's injuries must havo boon internal.
as notwithstanding tho turriblo tossing
be received his tough hltio did not seem ta
have bcon punctured by the bull's horns.
Colonol Boone, tho owner, has received a
number of oilers for Purnoll's hide, but
it is probable that a local olUcial of
Monterey will stulT and preserve it. .k
O'DOMNELL KNOCKS OUT KILRAIN.
The Baltimore Mnn'e lleefluens Results la
CoxEr Isaxd, X. Y., May 7. If Jake
Kilrain had been trained down twenty
pounds or so. more hs might have had
wind enough to stand np before O'Don
ncll for more than twenty-one rounds.
As It was he mudo a good tight ou even
terms until the und of tho thirteenth
round when it. was plain taut he was
winded and from limn-Ou Steve hiti it all
his own way.
In the -1st ronml Stevo "b.-ltod" Jaka
at will, driving him around the ring and
finally whacking him on tho jaw aud
sending him to "grass." Jako recovered
in time, but was terribly wouk and cer
tainly could not have lasted another
round. At tho "suggestion" of tho polico
present the referee therefore awarded the
flcht to O Donuell. tlx thousand people
saw the lljjht and sot their money s
Troops ta Krp Order Dec aratloa D.y.
Atlanta, May 7. The governor of
Georgia has boon asked to call out the
militia to be at Andersonville, Sumter
county, on Decoration Day. About
mile from Andersonville is located a na
tional cemetery, at which place on Decora
tion Day there assembles a large gather
ing of negroes, many of them lawless.
drunken characters. In times past they
have utterly disregarded tho laws of the
state and openly defied its officers, and
for that reason troops are asked for this
Cane af Elephantiasis,
Philadelphia, May 7. Mary J. Stan
ley, 56 years old, was admitted to the
Philadelphia hospital about three years
ago, weighing 13J pounds and suffering
from elephantiasis. Despite the treat
ment the woman increased in slzd nntil It
required the sorviocs of seven nurses to
handle her. Slie died Thursday last and
it was found that she weighed nearly GOJ
Balma TV ma tha Kentaeky Derby.
Louisville, May 7. Tho Derby was
won by Ualiua in a romp. Passing the
stand tho first time tbo horses' were in a
bunch uuder a strong pa!L When they
reached the stretch IV t kins gave Halma
his hoad, and from there until thoy passed
under tuo wire It was a procession,
Halma winning easily by four lengths;
Basso, second, and Laureate, third. Time,
8:37J. ' '
Death ei a l'rneuluent Veteran.
Quisc. Ills., May 7. Colonol William
W. Berry, past department commander
through tho vr.r of the Louisville Legion,
which gave btrtu to the Army of the Cum
berland, died suddenly of apoplexy at his
homo here. He was born in Maryland
Buy -eight years ego.
Thumping; tha Unas stalk
Chicago, May 7. Basalts uf League
games of base baH are given as follows:
At Pittsburg Brooklyn L, Pittsburg 12:
at Cincinnati Xaw Yrk 8, Cincinnati
4; at Chicago Washington o, Chicago
4; at St. Louis Boston a, St. Louis u,
PeflCer ta Qalt the
LocuviiXS, May 7 A telegram re
ceived In this city from Manager Mo.
Closkey, of the Louisville club.
that Fred Pcffor played his hast game
with Louisville in Chicago, and that be
Will quit the diamond for good. -Slaw-a
at Ot mt Flirlila,
Taixabassee, May 7. The senate has
passed the bill prohibiting prizefighting
and glove eon teats In Florida, a-ivins; sher
iffs power to arrest oliendars without war
rants, snaking all participants . alike, tha
cfienee being declared a felony.
WashisotoX. May I. Secretary Graab
asn is reported to have had m
day and to be batter. Tba rrttlor
toanaof has Illness '
aan at aald sawgr
A83REV1ATEO TELEGRAMS. X
Five members nf a fishing nartv
drowned by the upsetting of a boat on J
Corsrude lake, near Fort Collins, Cola 1
The victims were Bay Badger, Robert
Craig and three children of II. C Cars
Obituary: At London Sir Boundell
Palmer. Earl of Sei borne, 84. At Haiti
more William Perkins. At Jersey vlllo, I
Ills. Robert T. Brook, 09. . At Hebron, '
Ind. George Berdine. Sr, 6i At L?x-
iupton, Ills David Ilerline, 74. At Har-
wood. I1L Mrs. HnmDhroy Ualnlan, 7a.
At Princeton, III. Mia Caroline Everett.
The government Is said to have been i
defrauded of tl.600.C09 daring the last ten
years through undervaluations In imports j
of decorated china and glassware at Phil- J
Cholera has anneared tmoni Mohanv!
medan pllgrima to Mecca at Camaran, I
the island in the Bed Sea whore devotees
from abroad are required to atop and re-1
main in quarantine fur Ten days, forty
deaths have- occurred out of fifty-one 1
John R. McLoan, of the Cincinnati En-1
qulrer, is r ported to have bought the
New York Morning Journal.
Dr. Julius LL Seolye, ex-president ot
Amherst college, Is critically ill. I
William Llbbetts. who has just died at -
Monterey, CaL, was In a partial state ol
petrifaction all over his body, which
could not be punctured with a needle. He
was 60 years old. - 1
B. F. Constable died at Now York. Ha .
got his start In llfo by selling a state !
secret. Daniel Webster told him the re
sult of the negotiations between the
United States and Great Britain relative 1
to the Oregon matter. Mr. Constable
nurrled to London aud sold the news to
The Times for 1,(MX
Theodore Roosevelt has boon chosen
chairman of Gotham's new police board.
H. W. Seymour and Martin J. Russell
have purchased the mechanical plant of
the Chicago Evening Post togother with
the lease of the building and will use it
for a now Democratic paper, the name
of which has not yet been chosen. The
Post will be printed In the Herald build
Fire at Buffalo. X. Y.. destroyed M.
Strauss & Sons' tannery, postal station
A, Grobun's coalyard, bonis, several j
freight cars, two dwellings, a number of !
horses, and a large - amount ot stock in i
East Buffalo. The loss is estimated at 1
fcJSO.OOU, with lio,0J0 insurance, I
X. P. Clarke & Co.. of St. Cloud, Minn .!
lumber dealers, have assigned with lUv I
billties estimated as high as toX),oao, aud
H. W. Thomas called on Mrs. F. L.
Williams, a divorcee, at Minneapolis.
Next morning his dead body was found
ln;a gutter near the house. The assassin
was the woman's ex-husband, and he is
American Protaccives at Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, May 7. Delegates are ar
riving from all parts of the country to at
tend the national convention of the A. P.
A. Chairmen of various important com
mittees are already In session for com
Hall Baca tiroat Oaaiagn.
MUKWOSAGO, Wis., May 7. Tha storm
Sunday night was unprecedented In this
scctlomsoT the cone try. One thousand
wlndowTights were broken by hail in tho
village. Residents of the town of Vernon
report all tho crops cut to tho ground.
Fruit troas wore in blossom and are now
ruined. HuiWtones ono and one-half
laches in diameter were picked np after
ralaleas Tooth Extractor Released.
Fobt ScoTT, Kas., May 7. The caso
against Mrs. Dr. Oberlin, who was
charged with administering poison in the
shape of a patent lotion to Miss Liz2le
Liddol and others of lllnttvllle, was dis
missed here. She has settled satisfactori
ly with the patients who were stricken.
She claims that the mcdiclno was harm
less and could not have caused the results
Bribery in the Taylor Case.
CABBOLLTOX, Mo., May 7. The special
grand jury summoned to Investigate
charges of attempts at bribery and per
jury in the case of the Taylor brothers.
recently tried for the murder of the Mceks
lamily, has mado a report. Five indict
ments were returned, one for perjury and
the others tor attempts at bribery.
We Are Selling PC Iron ta England.
Birmingham, Ala., May 7. The Slosa
Iron and Steel company has sold to
parties In Liverpool, England, 100 tons of
pig iron. The order is only an Initial one
nnd others are to follow aoon. Shipment
Is to be made at once.
W aaaaa la Qalacy Dead.
QciscT, Ilia., May 7. Mrs. Sarah M.
Moffett, the richest woman in Quincy, is
dead, aged 70 years. She leaves an estate
of nearly a million dollars.
Mo Change la Representative Hits.
WashingtoK. May 7. It was eaid at
Representative Hltt's house last night
that there had been no change in his con-
A Long LUV.
Sir Benjamin Richardson, M. D.. of
England, thinks that the normal period
af - hnruan life is about 1 10 years, and
that seven ont of ten average people
conld live that long if they lived in the
right way. They should cultivate
spirit of serene cheerfulness under oil
circumstances and should learn to like
physical exercise in a scientific way. No
man, be says, need be particularly ab
stemious in regard to any article of food.
foe the secret of long life does not lie
t here. A happy disposition, plenty of
sleep, a temperate gratification of ail
tbo natural appetite, and the right kind
of physical exercises, will insure lou
gevity to most people. New York
Sot a Odd Cat.
A Swansea tradesman, being troubled
with a headache, bought two medicinal
tablets and pat them in his vest pocket
When it was time to take a tablet, he
opened bis . month, shut bis eyes and
pulped one down. He was relieved of
bis headache and went aa bis way re
joicing. Later in the day he found the
two tablets in bis pocket when he did
covered half a sovereign missing, the
pains in his bead ah if ted to bis stomach.
Shoestrings were first worn
aa d tha English buckle
ltdir""rBt ba throvja sadiing tba
Kew lark Fiaaaeial.
. . . - Kew Took. May A -Money
on call nominally li per cent.
Prime mercantile pa r tUX par cant.
Sterling exchange vary wank, with actual
business in bankers' huls at 48H iXH for
demand and 47fcMe7ra for sixty -uays;
posted rata4S)tj -: iaal tSJUJ; com
mercial bills eBT4u4-
Silver certificate VSV&C; no sales; bar
Silver.SGK. Mevira dollars aJ4. .
Cntted States government bonds firm; new
4"s reg.. 13.94; do eortpjus, 14r& i's roc.
U5i: Vs coupons. llj?fc 4's rH.. UStg: 4s
conpons, 112S; T tag., T; Pacina S's of Vj,
Chteaga Orala aad Piilaea.
Chicaoo. May a
Fallowing were the qaotatinia oa the
Board of Trade today: Wheat -.May.
opened riraml Sle; Jaly. opened &Bdo,
chnwd SiSao; September, spaaed (Ufa. okMed
C:-'4c. Corn Jtay, opoaed Sc. ciuaed Site;
Jaly. opened 4Adc, cl-nwd 4Hoi September,
opened Mc. elvs.-d 4iic. Oata May. opened
closed -1ytc; June, opened A,o, closed
Ho; Jn'.y. opened aiHc dod i&ic Pork
May, nominal, closed tlLSU; July, opened
U.US. cloned 411 .to. Lard-May, opened d.ii,
Prodace: Batter Creamery, MaMdiie per
lb: extra dairy, MH&Lk; fresh packing stock,
60c Eggs s res b stock, loss off. UlfdVUSc nor
duzen. Live pool try Chickons, &tVao por lb;
turkeys, 7oMlc; dacha, goeae, 3.0Ud
6.00 per dozen. Potatoes fiarbanks, fair to
choice. 58&0:j per ba-hsU Uebrons, tJAVic;
Peerless. Vic-. mlXMi. tM'i&a Apples
Fair to eboice.,Si.9UuLl per bhL Uoaey
White clover. 1-lb sections, new stock, 13)
lie; broken comb. l&)2c; dark comb, poor
package a to; strained Callforuia, Suite.
Chisago Ida Stack.
Chicago, May a
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stuck
yards tojay raogod as follows: Hogs Esti
mated receipts for the day KJ.0JJ: sales ranged
at $3.3034.Sa pigs, tt.3idt.7U light, fl.3Uai4.4l
rough packhig, M.4r4.T5 mixed, and SkuUtS
4.8S heavy paokiog aad shipping lots.
Cattle Estimated receipts for tha day
a.StV: quotations ranged at tVUiuj choice
to extra shipping steers. tiU.&i.ttJ good to
choice do, $4.$"-.;i fair to good, ti.UJr4.7J
cununoB to meutam du, Si.tUtSktJ batchors'
steers, tiSJitiiJ atockcra. H7a!ka. fosdera,
$1 aai cows, $U.S3i:BU heifors, :.&)ai.J
btuU, tiduai-W Texas stojrs, aal UJ4.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the day
IU.UOj; sales ranged at ta.Ul4.4S westerns,
l.iiti3.70 Texas, lilWitSJ aativos, andfili
The Loval Market.
Haj Tm-oiliy. tia&tl nplanrt lie1t;
sua, vivjx-pii ; ewugu .; oaieu.su.
mm amd vaorrABLBs.
Potatoes G03 Ij5c -OBJoosauc
Bnnr Fair to cboiee. 17c: fresh
Poultry CUlckeua, 7c; tnrkrys, 8c
LIT a STHOC.
Cattle Butchers ray for corn fed steers
4Q5.1 cows aad he I Tors, 3S4K ; calves
Spring lamb. Staff a hca I
Coal -80ft. NIC
Wood $3.50 per cord.
Wool 13c per pound.
Wlisa Baby was sick, we gu her Caatoric. -When
she was a CliikL abe cried for Coatoria.
Veen she became Mba, she clung to Caamrsh,
waea she had Childrec, she gave Uwui (
Children Cry for
0000 -ar o o o o o "
tit and 215 West Second Street.
High Class Seeds
Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar-
eners and Truckers.
CLOVES and GRASS
Seeds of all kinds.
We carry a complete Stock
of the Celebrated
PLANET, JR." TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue wbole
Mrs. S. Smith,
f 111 - .
180? Second Ave.
Jofcm Voile .5c Co.
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Mannfaeturers of " '
Saah, Doors Bad Blinds,
AAd ali kinds of '
, ... Woodwork foe. Boildera
f lw" tn.e. vvvvxS.VVvV.
rnOTHERS, Do You Know that rarevoHe.
KjlJ Botemaa's Drops, Godfrj's ConliaL. munx ao-callcd S-jirthuv; Syrupy, and
most remedies for children are eompuaed of o;Jum or nn diine t
Do Tew lCsnrw that opiuxaaad niorphine are sttqafying narcotic poisons t
Po Yw Know that In mos CountrioS drucrists are pot pcmdttol to slII nan-oil ja
withoot labeling them pobnosf "ll " rt
. - .'
Pi Tim Know that yon should not permit any mefTMno to be gives your chad
nless you or your physician know it what It Is composed 1
Po Tow Know that Castoria U a pumhr veBetable prcparsUon, aad that a list ot
tts ingredienU is published with ewvy bottle T . .
PoTew Know that Catorfa hi the preacrtKloa of the famous tr. Cinrael ritcber.
That It baa been in use for nearly thirty years, and that mare Castoria is now sUJ than
af all other remedies for children combined f!'
Pa Ten Knew that the Fstent OftW xVpnrtment of the Cnited Btates, and of
other countries, hove issued exdsadae right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to nso the word
Castor" and its formula, cod Uiat to unitofe Uiem Is a stata (irison olTenai-1
Po Tew Know that one of the
because Castoria had bsea pre a to bsstbaolwtajy suurtaleast
Po Tow Kb that 35 aVwraga doses of Castoria are furnisliej for 35
Bant s, or one cent a dose f . ii?' ' .
Po Tew Kstoyvtbat vhsBpossesaod of this perfect preparation, jour children m&y
bs kept well, and that on may have unbroken rest f
Well, thoaei thrsnga sre waita knowing. They are facts.
Tbo fac faafle
Children Cry for
On Tap eveiy where.
Only Union labor employed.
The Reck Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country.; The product is the
very, best Beer is botted at the brewery and
delivered to . any, part of the tri-cities. and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
CHICAGO HEDICAL INSTITUTE.
1 i 1
FerManehtly Ideated fnDaveuport,
' Iowa, for the cure of chronic,
nervous, surgical, private
aad female diseases. .
nCXTS MSB riSMaXSR ecus.
1 CATA RUH, - Bronchitis, Asthma,
early eowampno, Bhemnstlsm, ' NenraUrla.
Dy. aMa. er. t nia. Syphilis sad all blood, Bru
sod kidney diseases. .. t
NERVOUS DEBILITY Lost mao-
bood, exhaoMive drains, alxbt loase. defeatlvs
ssfory. uwet aed nwsaity, fer of tmpaodlng
danarer. loaa tf "will power. Bcalal dclL.lsa.,
trerplmsims, hysti rla,etr. -
RUPTURE, Piles; Fistula, Hvdro-
cale and Vaiteheelc cured byBha Utert and saa.t
aoccessf ol SMthoda . .
His Viag esnaricnea aa Clro;caJ Prof cor fa
two of Cblcasa1 leadiataiad al voltage dtrpe n
ssriet. locetber with his other advantages in boa
pnl and private prartlea, afforded bv a great
airy Bit atran. laabte, km to olaganae and
cn re tba ssost abaciM aad wrsiataat private sod
e-.roete dleease of avert natara
set af refer.asss sad credential,
aside a saaoaeraaied ar 4 cents t
y snaajejad. Bsodrad cored by axaiJ,
COBB at7ABABEBB IB ALL CASBA. J
ins for granting this gmerumcnt protection was
VyT" la mm rm-rj
Call for Rock Is.aml
Brewing: Co. Beer.
Late of Chicago, formerly surgeon-in-chief
of St. Anthony's hospi
. taJ, baa permanently located
in . Davenport, Iowa.
'- SPECIALIST, in all chronic, nerv
osa, private and surgical diaeaeea of bjh sexes.
..YOUNG, middle aged, and old
wn; saffering from tba swfal efects of neglect
ed or Isiproperly treated caeea.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, lost man
feoad,aKbt 'OS.-V, aeak bseb. falling memory,
tbicaa ed tmnnity. dyprpsi. rbamatb-m. Brat
stage of coniumpilon. bladdar atd bidaey dla
aars, rui tnre. vencocele. pile, strictara and
gleet, promptly and permanently cared.
-JVOMEN. suffering from leucorr-
k .ntltrngof Ihe womb, palr.fnl aeuliSStioa.:
baak-sche, nenra.gia. tumors of tbe ovariea or
emb,oTaByiaeenliarto her sex, cared
H, fUT.. " . " .
8 bate and an bVtod and ekia dlsrsae eared
by Uf Uekrae' (of Vienna atelhod. H. member
Br. Walsh given late Kurouean Hoapilal treatsjeat
aad hi lanre bnapiui experience ensnies him to
enre wh-ttt-aihcrs fail. Fatiaata saecaMfolly.
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' y.V OFFICE: . '
-j McCiaU6pgh; Br ding.