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THE AUGTJS, THTJRSDATT, MARCH 1, 1900.
("HousmorkishadwofkwthotttGoMDusrl HEAVIEST 111 70 YEARS g
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-. S So Springfield Reports the Snow j
K I H If s U Storm That Has Come ai
TO WASH BRUSHES AND
To wish hair brushes sod combs, dissolve
Gold Dust Wasting PowJcr
in boiling iter; when it is nearly cold, dab trie
bristles up and down without allowing the fca;ks
of the brushes to become wet; when the brushes
are clean, d.'p them in plain cold water and dry
them either by the fire or in the open air. Soap
turns the ivory back combs or brushes fellow,
but Gold Dust does not iniure them.
The Ne i. t?kn f rr.m o-zr ft lk
IjulWJI Kluj F'jH HuIjU"
Boat irwm wr to
THE N. K. railllNK CSMPtdT,
CbtMS. St. (.aula, Hmm Vsk, Beatae.
TAXTEH- II Rf. FORCKSERAI. IieM'SK-
work at Twenty llrnt Street.
"llf A NTKD T WO (HKI.S AT WRIGHT
T re-ttauranl. Second avenge.
" I y A NTFTD BOARDERS. CHOICE BOOMS
V and board at ZtM Fourth avenue.
"1 I'ANTKD- AT lt.TK A OMTMAKF.R
VV A. lupp j. tlie ta.lor. U.i Fourth
-lTANTI.I- C RRIA;n Kl.AI'KSM ITH
Y r.r tirinK department. Mutual V heel
WANTF.H -lilRT. F'iKi;F.XKKAI. HOI'SE
firk. ;.Mt wift- Apply at
TITANTFI) A I'ARTNRR WITH SOJIK
Y rtens I.ady preferred. Address lock
Uii W.i, Kock Island. 111.
llTASIKD-A .D STKONt; IM)Y
utiout 17 years old to le;rn trails. Dou
a'd .on Saw company.
WANTKU TWO FIT.I.V Fl'RN'IIIKD
rooms f..r liilit housekeeping. YoutiK
couple. Addre-t- 11 . ' A m. en.
WANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
prlyate lessons In 3:ncln(? can do no by
enquiring at 2710 Fifth avenue. Jones.
-tr AXTKi)- soi.u itors for rik'K is-
V? land and Moliue. iood paving busitiesa
to right party, Call at 'M'J Tweulieth street
lirA XTFlMJi X )D. REI J A W.F.OIL. S A I.ES
V man, on commission orsalary. Addrefie
Quaker Oil and In.plcmenlconipaay, Cleveland,
WA NTKD T WOM T.N ("' )T.T.FCTOR9 A NO
autlcltora for Koek Island. Permanent
positions. ." Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween 6 and 8 p. m.
'AXTFl-TO RF.N'T. A I. A I!' 1 K ST A HI. F
vv Mi'lun f i llo-ks of Twrntv-seroiid
S're;. anil Fourth avenue. Apply at Ailam
t7 s hoi U store.
"VfA NTII) MY A YOINC M A N OCT OF
vv Hit-;ty inneh. rnorn wiMi iiiidern cim
vemenees. I'riei's ri:uvt be ery ren onutie.
Al'lres I'. M ,"' Aic.rs.
A NTF.H-WF. WISH TO KN'JAi.K Foi:
a profeis.onal man anoIIU'e yirl bet ween
rnl l.s P:iri. (T;tll or adiires-. Mastinati A.
, irjj' SeeoirJ avenue.
1 1ANTFD IIOAL SOT.ICITINO AOEVT
VY for u"e!dent Insuranee; line w ho can de
TOte ifTiclent time to the bux ness to make It
prouiabie. Address "K M ." Arn.cs.
TASTKI) TWO OR THREF. I'NFl'K
vv nlsheil rMitiw for lu'ht housekeenmir In
ceniriil location, with nnxle'ti eon veninefs.
No children Address - W. IT.. ' A Hot s otttce.
1 7 ANT KI - HOARDERS. NHKI.Y FI'
w nished r.orrs eentra lv loeated. Mod
ern eorivere:' ar.d ?rMl h'-rne roiikinir. A r
aenal f uiplivf-e tv Ueu and excellent lunehes
pal up at 1111 Fourth avenue.
lUAXTI'l Tn KENT. Mr FORI: MAY I.
x or V room house between Fifteenth
atnl Twent v fourth streets. Small fati.ilv.
VV ill leae l.ir ne ear If you have a vneiit
h.mie pieuNf address -'Delane." care AHol s.
WANTEI)-I..NFST MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for lartre Louse. Salary
monthly and experscs with Inerease. Position
permanent. F.nelose helf-iiddressed Rtampwd
envelope. Secretary, 3u0 Caztoa building,
UAXTK!i AN I N rEI.I.Ii 1 F.N T MIDDLE
vv aceil laOv tt lakf i'li.ir.' ar.il eare of
i-;nrtn:lis-oI1 I'lbv. and aUo assi' ii ot'.ier
Ii'lit work. Hest of references and ijualitlea
tnms will lie renuireil. Itniuire at Mowlby s
WANTED HUSTUXU AGENTS TO
ell our Incandescent easoline lamps.
Facb burner produces pio-canille power liirbt:
all stores want them: kom1 intlucenu-nts to re
liable salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany. Mansfield. Ohio.
1TAXTKH A V FRY NICE AND FINE
v v bMikinir hidy. a widow, about 40 years of
ue. no sma 1 children and pretty well off been
a widow a vear. wishes to currespoarl with
n; jrcntleimiti w tth k'mid manners and a
pearncc. Matrimonial m'.eniiou if buitabie.
Address box Rock Kland.
"I UAXTKl'-.W MEN TO HRIN ! TIIF.rW
vv shirts, collars and cuffs, and Pi viiaieo
to send us their family washing at our special
contract rates. A 11 work guaranteed Olve
us your address ty phone 4.. we w ill do the
rest Kxoeisior Laundrv company. 114 East
Seventeenth street. Kock Island
IT A NTF.D-WOM EN TO MIND DRESS
v? shlrlils at bom. Steady work: distance
no disadvantage: -k vour dealer to show you
Kora shield-, and Uora Klap hoe snpporters.
Rora KMeids snap on waist without -ew ine.
s.ud li cents for catalogue of work Kora
Shield Co.. n Mroome sir-et. New York
TiOR RENT FI RNISH ED RlVJM Ft R ON E
" or tw) tent'.euii-a at istl Fifth avenue
1,OR KENT A NICELY F1RNISHED
front room very ceutraiiy located. Cull
at IStii Third avenue.
KENT TWO FI'RNISHED ROOMS,
cemra'iiy located, for teniietucn. New
bouse. Address M." care AKGl's.
TOR RENT N ICFX.Y FFKX1S11H) R. X 'M.
-L i per tuontli. at V.'l Twenty seconu
s.reet, between ril'.b acii Sixth avenue.
XfOK RENT- DESK ROOM IV OFFICE AD
V vantai.-cousl situated Applv to E. J.
Hurni. room Ii Miicheii .t Lynde bulldiiiff.
"T,'CR RENT MARKER SHOP IN ASTER
X1 block, now r ccupied bv Lewis Ih-iv. ln
;uire U. W. Aster i to. IrtiJ FiiHt avenue.
FOR I1KXT-FI'KX1HH ROOM WITH
all mw1ern conveniences at Ind.sstnaJ
Iloice buildini:. u stairs. Mrs. J. H. l'teipa.
X,XR RENT A FCRNISHED RK1M WITH
-T bath and steam beat. Two reotlemen
preferred. Imiuire at a.-, Twentir'.b street.
IjVU RENT - A NEW STOKE-FOOM SiXTO
n eav terms tor the f.rsi '.x months
Inquire of Otto R-dert. EI-u street Druit store.
T,X)R RENT AT 1J3 SEODXD AVKNTJE,
JJ I arte rooms. weU furnished: ras, bath,
team heat. A flrat-ciasM b"me tahie Hest
kMsuon in the city. Corner TLirteenUi ivrret
an4 Seooud avenue.
V ApiHy to Hull .V Co.
S"xlVI. nine roinis. bath r.ootu and
inquire at IinaUls ji: Saw company.
TOOR BALE-FIRST-CLASS PIANO. HAR-
-l l(Ma. It taken at once, a pply Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west of hi in street on
TIOU SALE PASTET-K r TF.K. NEARLY
A? new. with seven tllterm- tubes, nickel
Plated ail over. Can be bought for haif Us
oriKiaal cost. A bargain. Alien. Myers v Co.
TIOR SALE-COAL IN AST QUANITY
A. of nO bushels or over at ii.'h per ton. de
livered O o. D. to anv Dart of the cltv.
Leave orders at Commercial house barber
shop. Rock Island, or Eaos J ames. Milan
T.10K SALE ONE SPAN OF DARIC OREY
A horses, perfectly L'entle. not afraid of
steam or street ears or bieycies. Wei'ii be
tween I. POor I .Jo pounds apiece. Will work
slinrlc or double One-half mi'e west, of Mar-
stow. Illinois. Mrs. .laue Weathcrhead.
NOTICE THE NORTHERN ILLINOIS
Normal school. Dixon. Ill . isorierun: free
tuition in anv depsrtment, exeeot music, to a
limited number of b mil m-n.lo nlav in the Dixon
Cwllee Miii'-a-v band. For particulars, ad
dress the president. .1. H. Dille. Dixon, til
TF YOU WANT TO HI" Y. SELL. TRADK
or rent nnvthir.c. encat'e help or secure
situation, the Mail is the one paper in Mollne
that can do it for vou. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mail wants brlni.' results One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike cash in ad
vance, cent stamps w iii do. Evening and
Sunday Mail. Mobne, 111
LOST AM) FOUND.
Jc ST MLACIC HSIM I.E HELL PIT.
J ears not trimmed, white breast, comes to
the name .if I'. io i-. Finder return to 1.1
Eleventh stree' mid rrctive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN.
SfOSRY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT-
a. L j.'ae loans by W. H East man. 171 faec
ond avenue, without pi-.blltv or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
PAYS THE BILLS.
S; to it that y o tl arc .-utisnYil. Ve
ran sell you at priced that will tuake
vour pot-ket b")k feel gooU. aim what
is more mako vou sat islienl. The Ix-st
hai il ami soft coal aiul coke it lowest
price. Full weight, jirompi ileliv-
erv in fact per feet satisfaction.
Rock Island Fuel Co.
Office Twent v-Thinl street anil Third
avenue. Phone 1K7.
COAL AND WOOD.
tVF. WANT TO HELP YOU
Out of oi:r coal ill Acuities. Cati't pay
your bills, but w iii trv and please you
with fuel that w iii t-urn.
E. B. McKOWN.
Thone 1 IllK.
40 HE APPELLATE COURT KULINGS
Mayors Salaries Cannot lie Increased Dnr,
lug: Tlielr Terms in Orllte Life .ssot ia
tion Case Ieitleti (governor Tanner
Makes Mow Progress Toward Iteeovery
Operators and Miners Still Apart on the
Machine Mining Dirtcrent ial.
Pliiu?tielJ. Ills., March 1. Thesnow
etorm which -ommeii el at II o'clock
Tuesday afternoon lid not cease until
7 o'clock last wfiiinj;. when eighteen
IiKlies of snow h.yl fallen. Snow re
commenced at Id o'clock. Pioneer set
tlers say this is the heaviest fall of
snow since ls.'i. which winter is fa-
nifn in the annals of Sangamon coun
ty as the winter of the "lii; Miow.
when iroiu liiree to lour feet or suow
loll. n stU'et ears have been rmmiutj
since Tuesday ni'lit. ami railroad
trains have heen from two to six hour?
late, and the ISIuff line has a iiasseiitrer
train stuck in the snow at t'urran,
twelve miles out. The YValiash Passen
ger Irani from tiuincy. due here at
in :.." last ui'lit. is sialled est of here
Komoivliere ai:d a new train was made
lji in this city.
Same Stry from I'eoria.
Peoria. Ills.. March 1. The worst
snow storm in years railed here until
C o'clock last ui-ht. the fall hcim; eight
een inches. Nearly all trains have heen
ahumloiicd. a numher of them beimr in
Miiw drifts. The P.i luir has two
passenger trains hetweeii here and
P.looinintrton. No eastern mail has been
received and several factories have
heen compelled to close on account of
inability to vet coal.
Severest in fourteen Years.
i aiesiiiifir. ins., .March i. J his vi
cinity sullered the severest snow storm
in fourteen years Tuesday niht ami
yesterday n:riii nir. Snow lies twelve
inches deep on the level. Uailroad and
street car tratlie have been badly (lis-
turbed and business paral vzed.
Al l'KI.I.ATi; C'OL'ltT IEClSIONS,
Saj a Mayor's Salary Cannot Itc I ti
er en wed lliiriiiK His Term.
Sininmiild. Ills.. March 1. In a de
cision handed down bv the Third dis
trict apiK-llate court that tribunal at"
firms tin- decref of the circuit court of
Macon county in the case involvin:
the increase of the salarv of Mavor
Stadler. of Iiecatur. from SoiMi to -Si.
'.no 1 mi- :uiiiiiin. It is held that tin
salary or a city oihciai cannot be in
creased diiriiiir his term of oilico.
In a case in which a number of
iMilicylioldt rs tiled a bill against the
i oveiiant Mutii.il Life association, of
( 'alcsburir. t prevent the forfeiture
if their certificates and to enforce a
ipeeiiie ierforiiian-e of tlieir eotitracis
with the association, the appellat-
court has reversed the action of I li
.iii'jamoii coiitwy circuit court in di-
missmu tlie lull, and has remanded
the case witli directions to the lower
court to enter a decree in accordance
with the prater of the original bill.
Stuck on the Machine Differential.
Springfield. Ills.. March 1. The sub
committee on scale ot the coal opera
tors and miners of the state was en-
j:."i-od all yesterday afternoon on con-
unions wiiii-;; me operators wished im
posed to the effect that pit men be hold
responsible fur :ill dirt in cars of coal
handled out of the mines. The miners
held this was unfair and it was re
jected. I he commiltee then resumed
the consideration of the machine differ
ential. but when thev adjourned last
niidit had not decided on it. The min
ers hrm iu roltisinjr to allow over
cents dilTereni ial. The Williamson
eountv scale has not been airreeil upon
Hon. Alva Merrill
Member from the 24th
tPeorla Co.) District of
the Illinois House of Rep
resentatives, Tell3 the
People how He was
Northampton, III., Aug. 12, 1H09.
The Dodda Medicine Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Gentlemen: I bad been suflerlnz from Rheu-
trade pains in my body and had tried many rente.
dies with little satisfaction until I purchased
Dodd's Kidney Pills. The relief was something
leyond my expectation and I am now cured and
heartily endorse Dodd's Kidney Pills to any one
with deranged Kidneys or Rheumatic pains.
Dodd's Kidnev Pills cure all
Disease of the Kidnevs.
Sold by all dealers in medi
cine. 50 cents a box or six boxes
for $i50. Sent on receipt of
price bv The Dodds Medicine
Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
UU U Li U I p
San i. ii
' either. The price of oil was fixed at so
cents per pa lion.
C, P. and St. L. Takes Possession.
Snrinsrfield. Ills.. March 1. The new
ly incorporated Chicago. I'eoria and St
Louis Uailroad coiujiauy tok posses
Flon at midnight yesterday of the Chi
eajro. Iein:i and St. I-ouis and the St
Ijouis. "hi.-ajio and St. Paul (Bluff
Line) railrosd. which it recontlv pur
chased at master's sale under decree of
foreclosure In the United States circuit
court here, through the reorganization
eoimnittoe. President Charh. K. Kim
ball, of New York, and IMrector James
luncan. of Alton. Ills., are in the city
to take possession.
Fl.lit Is I'p to Hribery Now.
Chicago. March 1. The P.uildlna
Contractors" council, through its execu
tive committee, has offered a reward
of $2.ooo for any evidence which will
substantiate the statements of Treas
urer John l'on;oran. of the Bricklayers'
and Stonemasons' union, charging that
through the medium of a lo.oitd bribe
certain persons had endeavored to have
Ins union break away from the Build
nig francs council.
Examination of Physicians.
Mount Vernon. Ills.. March 1. Dr,
J. A. L'gan. president of the state board
of health, has notified Major Ward
that the next physicians examination
will ! held at the supreme court hou
in this citv May 1.1. 10. 17 and IS
when about seventy-live applicants for
practicing diplomas will be examined.
This will be the first meeting of the
kinil hold hv the Inianl south or Snrimr-
Chicago State Employment Offices.
Springheld. Ills.. March 1. Ihe re
ports of tin- superintendents of t lie
three state free employment offices in
Chicago show the following totals from
Aug. -J. 1 !!. to Feb. 24. l'.Mid: Applica
tionsfor employment hied. ..o.l.l: posi
lions soev.red. l'.UKU; untilled. lo.dsti.
Applications for help filel, 24, 4111 ; un
Stiicilo at Chlcngo.
Chicago. March 1. II. K. Cair, a
clerk employe1 in tlie ollices of Hunt
& Co., :!l Wabash avenue, placed
revolver to his head yesterday and
shot himself in the right temple. He
tlied iiu a few minutes. No cause for
the deed is known.
Gov. Tanner Slightly Improved.
Prjriiigfield. Ills.. March 1. C.overn
or Tanner s condition last evening was
reported slightly improved, though be
had not sat up any during the day.
poles' damage property.
Derision of the Wisconsin Supreme Court
Thnt Is Interesting;.
Madison. Wis., March 1. The Wis
cousin supreme court yesterday hand
d down a decision holding that a
property owner may secure damages
from telephone, telegraph and electric
Ii'dit coumanics for placing poles in
the jdroct in front of his property. The
otirt holds such tolts interfere with
the full enjoyment of the property,
and consequently damage the owners
inierests. The case was that ot Kmc-
:er : Harnett vs. the Wisconsin Tele-
phonccompauy.ahd eamelroni Neena.i.
The planililis own a ding sloie at
the corin r of the street where a tele
phone pole was placed fifteen feet from
the building. In the lower court tin
judge decided the plaintiffs could not
recover and they appealed, i nis is me
first definite decision rendered by any
high court in this country on the ques
Mallonn After a Society Home.
Mattoon. Ills.. March 1. Mat toon i.
endeavoring to secure the national
home for disabled and aged engineers
to be established by the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers. Ihe Mat
toon division of the organization ten
ders Meadow Lawn farm, a Sl'O.odd
tract near this city, as a site. 1 la
citv otters free water, electric ngius,
m.ii-.iil.imi.- d roads ami s,os in audi
Ministers OoiriR into I'oliths.
Sioux City. Ia.. March 1. Ihe min
isters of Sioux City are to take a hand
. . i.
m iiu munieinai campaign which is
. ., t
on. 1 hev propose to put up sum eieci
if possible, a mayor who shall be
pledged to the enforcement of the Mar
tin liouor law ami who win ne a re
form candidate by personal solicita
Ar hbTsho'p tlc linessy" Is "Sinking."
IMibuquo. Ia., March 1. Archbishop
Hennessy is sinking rapidly. He was
unconscious all yesterday afternoon
and his attendants expect death at
oil the face, eeema. tetter, freckles, f
i-HCK'iH.ns.nig or in. I, loici.es. uud nil
k:a dlsordcia can be cured with I
Prle SO Cents a Boa.
HQSKttL'S BLOOD AMD LIVER PILLS
1'urlfy C.t? Mood and tore ti e syst ta.
r,n.3i,cini peruottie, ill
JOHVSTOI. HOLLOVvaY A CO.. Philadelphia. ' I Vou tried the I
, . . .w .v , , zLi (irain-O? It i
Academy of the Visitation, conduct
ed bv the sisters of the Visitation
2939 Fifth avenue. Rock Island. The
academic, preparatory and kinder
ten departments of the new academy
are now opened to Students.
Superior advantages in music, art,
elocution, physical culture and the
Does It Pay to Iluy Cheap?
A cheap remedy for coughs and
colds is all right, but you want some
thing that will relieve and cure the
ore severe and dangerous results of
throat and lung troubles. What shall
yon do? Go to a warmer and more
regular climate.' les, if possible; if
not possible for you, then in either
ease take the only remedy that has
been introduced in all civilized coun
tries with success in severe throat and
lung troubles, "Boschee's German
Syrup." It not only heals and stim
ulates the tissues to destroy the germ
disease, but allays inllammation,
causes easy expectoration, gives a
good night's rest, and cures the pa
tient. Trv one bottle. Recommend
ed many vears by all druggists in the
woild. Sample bottles at T. II.
BesUJining Car Service.
For Drcnkenaess and
P!as writ IMS
4a wt St..
What Do the Children Drink?
Don't give them tea or coffee. Have
new food drink called
delicious and nour
ishing and takes the place of coffee
The more Grain-O you give the chil
dren the more health you distribute
thmugh their systems. Grain-O is
made of pure grains, atnl when prop
erly prepared tastes like the choice
grades of coffee, but costs about one
fourth as much. All grocers sell it
15 cents and 25 cents.
1900 MARCH 1900
Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa.
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11 12 13 14 15 1G 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
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JUDGE LTJDWIG ENJOINED.
Supreme Court Gives the Milwaukee Jur
ist His Own Medicine.
Madison. Wis., March 1. In decid
ing the Milwaukee city government in
junction case, in which Judge Ludwig,
of that city, issued an injunction
against the whole city government, the
supreme court was unanimous. The
court granted a peremptory writ of
prohibition restraining Judge Ludwig
from further proceedings in the mat
ter. The decision relates only to the
Schwartzburg case, ami it is claimed
effectually disposes of all the injunc
tion suits, as under the decision they
have uo ground on which to stand.
The decision completely purges the
mayor and alJcrnieii of contempt, and
holds that it was a cas where a tax-
paver has no right to bring action
which must have been in the name of
the state: and that therefore there w;n
no jurisdiction and an injunction would
not issue. Ihe court also holds that
the passage of the ordinance was
legislative enactment and the courts
had uo right to interfere.
( S5vS V? ?'. S ? VS S ? 'i
PLAGUE RIGHT AT OUR DOOR
Reported Olllciallv on nn Island of the
Mate of Vo aliui, Mexico.
Austin. Tex.. March 1. State Health
Officer Blunt received a telegram from
Surgeon General Wyman last evening
to the effH-t that the bubonic plague
has been otlicially reported in exist-
once on the island of Ca.uinel. state of
Yucatan. Mexico. The gulf coast and
ltio Grande quarantine stations were
at once notitied by Ir. Blunt and or
dered to take the necessary precautions
in the premises.
Chamberlain loiiKratuiaies anatia.
Ottawa. March 1. Lord Minto. the
governor general, received yesterday
the following cable from Joseph
Chamberlain, dated London. Felt. 1'S:
"Hearty congratulations to Canada on
noble part taken by Canadian troops
in Boberts' achievement.'
Presidential Noml nations.
Washington. March 1. The presi
dent lias sent the following nomina
tions to l ho senate: Postmasters:
Michigan Kngene T. Slayton. Lapeer.
Indiana 1 M- McDowell, Winamac.
Ohio K. T. Miles. Salem..
Colds aro easily taken and often de
velop into bronchitis or consumption.
You .should cure a, cold promptly with
Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Syrup.
This celebrated remedy is most effi
cient and will cure a cold at once
saws Bl MS a "nnai
Promptly cures Stubborn Colds.
Dosrs are s:i:n'.I and plcasint to take. Doctors
reiimoncml it. 1'rice 25 eta. At all druytl'sts.
MOTHER SUPERIOR ENDORSES
MOTHER SUPERIOR ENDORSES
MOTHER SUPERIOR ENDORSES
CHICAGO. January 18, 1900
"We have had several good opportunities to no
tice the value of Warner's Safe Cure for kidnev
troubles, having used it here with most satisfactory
results. While its actiou is mildly stimulating to a
sluggish system, it is very soothing and healing in
effect. I am glad to eudorse a remedy which I be
lieve is all and is more than is claimed for it.'
SISTKR MAUY BASILLA.
Sister Mary Basilla is Superior of the Convent
of the Anuunciation, corner Washington and Her
mitage Streets, Chicago.
A GREAT REMEDY
A GREAT REMEDY
A GREAT REMEDY
NKWAHK. X. J.. January 1900.
"For nearly live years 1 suffered from kidnev
and liver troubles and had given up hope that 1
wouid'evcr le cured. I was told by the doctor that
I had Bright's disease, and he thought 1 was incur
able. My legs swelled up so with dropsy that I
thought I was done for. A friend told nie to use
Warner's Safe Cure and 1 did. I used in all about
six bottles. It is a great remedy ami made, me a
Patrolman of the First Precinct, city of Newark.
WARNER'S SAFE CURE
WARNER'S SAFE CURE
WARNER'S SAFE CURE
Free medical ail vice on application to Warner's Safe
Cure Co., Rochester. N. V.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY DE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
SI C3 L 1
Bennett's Glove and Fur Store;
ok a 1.1. kinds.
SI 3XL.1 JcfKlfT
of all kinds.
over .r" jair on
Made to Order.
Bennett's Glove and Fur Store, 1616 Second Ave., Rock Island.
TO THE WEAK AND WEARY COUdH-WORN LUNGS.
Nature's Remedy improved bv science to a harmless, pleasant, positive cure.
LUNG AND BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS never linger in
contact with that most natural and speedy cure.
Dr. Bell's PINE -TAR-HONEY
advances a New Theory in the Treatment of Coughs. It cures the Cough by curing the
Cause. This remedv cuts the mucus and destroys the germs of disease and heals and soothes.
so that there is no inclination to cough. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough and Lung
Soreness disappear by its use as snow before the sunshine of spring.
TRY A 2So BOTTLE ON A GUARANTEE.
ALL DRUGGISTS ARE HEREBY AUTHORIZED to refund the price
if it fails to give entire satisfaction in any and all cases, child or adult.
Dr. Bell'a Pine-Tar-Honey la the beat con nil
raoaedy we bare ever aaed Mr wife had a se
rerecaaeof bronchltia and throat trouble, and
aampie bottle relieved her to such an extent
that I boubt a dollar bottle lor her. and ahe ia
cow almost fully recovered We will nerer be
without Dr. p.eil'e Pine-Tar-Honey in our
house- T. A. Wilburn, Taylorariile, Ky.
CONSfMPTIOJf CI RED.
I hare eold Pine-Tar-Honey for one year.
Find it a pplendid remedy and fwil a-llcr.
gold five bottiea to Miaa hlella Howell, of this
place, who wm considered to have consump
tion. She ia now in pood health. J. T. Gra
ham, DruggiM. Granlbbur;, 111.
PS E I'M OS I A PBETESTKD.
I had a verr eere cold and aore throat In
lA.i t, I thought I waa taking pneumonia. I rot
a .'oO-ceat bottin c.f Ir. Hell'a Pine-Tar-Hony,
and aft' r nnn It fine day and night I can aay
that it m the ! t rnedy that I erer nael I
recoiniuend It iiinhly to everybody. Iewla O.
Davis, J. P. , Alienvllie, Mo.
Lookout for Substitutes: Demand BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY
And do not let my druggist offer you one of those cheap syndicate cough mixtures on which he makes a big profit
DR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY is sold by ail good druggists.
Prepared only by T1IE E. E. 8UTUEKLAXD MHDICIN1: CO.. 1'aducab, Xly.
For Sale at Bahnstn'3 Drag Store, Corner Fourth Avenue and Twentieth Street,