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THE AEGTJS; SaTTXRPAY; MARCH 10, 10OO.
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Is Sr"." "d, i "-2!
b,ch 5,oa m"h nn up in
w.rmple or eunibia outdoor .ir and ee
hii a .oft, white blanket 0a will hare.
w.rtTT2 J?5 fr7 f.r
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WANTED. FOB BENT.
anal fur ktorc. -- for one ,,r two Keaticmen. Inquire at
Ii I0V6 becond avenue.
WA?ir.Ir,,,r?E MAID AT COB RENT" FURNISHED ROOM.SUITA-
Y Twenty-second atreet. p b)e for one or two pelom,. in(,uire at
" " "" ifcCB Fill h-and-a-balf avenue.
WANTFl-GI1T, FOR CEXKR LHOUSB-
woik at 217 Fifteenth street. tfOR RENT DES K ROOM IS OFFICE AD-
- C" vaatskreou-Jv situated Apply to E. J.
"I T ANTED BOARDER3. CHOICE BOOMS Burns, room 1J. Mitchell A Lynde buildinif.
VV and board at SSo Fourth lyenu., fOR RENt A NEW STORE-fcOOM a)X70
ITANT KT A N K N ERG ET I 2. SENSIBLE OtRurtKlmS S?uT-S55SL
T working K'irl. at ! Second avenue.
" tTIOR RENT AT 123 SECOND AVENUE,
ANTED SITUATION TO ASSIST IN lartre rooms, well furnished; gas, bath,
office work by young lady. "P. K ," A B- iteam heat. A first-class home table Beat
i.rs. location in the olty. Corner Thirteen i street
. and Second avenue.
"lUANTED-A SITUATION BY EX PER-
f ienccd ittenOKrapber. Addrers "4533" -t nun
.iictw. fUc I oALiK.
"WANTED A PARTNER WITH SOME "CVB S AL.E-KOARDINU HOUSE CHEAP.
v irerifi. l,aAy ore f erred. Address lock Jj Apply to Hull Si Co.
b 43, Kocif LUand. IU.
ANTFnTO Pf'RrHARF AIT or TiORSALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
JLTf i77-vL., K. w P lot W1S0. nine rooms, bath room and
..ress-Kin'csVeVuta """'" ' und,y. Ingu.re at Donaldson Saw comp.ny.
WANTED TWO Fl'LI.Y FURNISHED
rooms for Hirbt hoonekeeplng. Young
couple. Addreat Ab.us.
TANTED A MAKER AND SEIOVD
f trimmer at tbw Be Hive. Davenport.
N'inc hut eiperienced ceed apply.
WA NT ED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private lesHomi In dancing can do ao by
enquiring at 2710 Fifth avenue. Jones.
WANTED SOLICITORS FOR BOCK is
land and Moline. i;oofl pavinir business
to rlcht party. Call at 31K Twentieth street
"1 IT ANTED GOOD. RETJ A BLE OIL S A LES
il man, on commlwion orsaiary. Address
Quaker OU and Lxplementcompacy, Cleveland,
"Tf ANTED - LADY W HO CALLED AT
v f Mil Fourth avenue Wednesday a. m.. for
huuril for bushaad and cbitd. Pleas) call
WANTED BUSINESS MAN TO MEET
Y libyiclui in Illinois. Addrers John U.
Mfi .rccor. secretary, I; Kundolpli street, C hi
ra;' . lii.
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. M Mitchell A Lynda building, be
ween 6 and 0 p. m.
"r ANTED TO RENT A HOMJMJKE
vv haii. -.e contbiiiink' eU'ht or ! rotn. Nai
sm:ill clulalren. Address Delane," carti tf
AK'.CR (.-ivinif location.
UfAXTED-A WOMAN OK EXPERIENCE
v vai)id HUa emplovDifnt as nurse. iod
ra-'a-rena-e In iuire at 1j'i Hatrtson street,
iMicupart, lovaa -M M."
"lrA NTED WE WISH TO EN".A(;K Ffili
v v a professiansl man anatitloe t'trl between
t ! and I i veana. Call or address Kaitman A
t'n . 17U", Nccund avenue.
WANTED LOCAL. SOLICITING AGENT
for aooldcnt insurance: one who oan de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E M. A ROCS.
" 1 f A NTED A SITUATION BY A MIDDLE
vv aired asouple on a farm to keep bxie
for bachelor or widower without fumliy.
Apply 3iV Tenth street. lOck Island.
"YA NTED BLACKSMITH. F. X P E R I -v?
enced. for hsmtner. Steady joi -.iml
pood pay. Address John Neufeld. Mt:mph;s.
Tenn.,care ot James A Graham Waffon shop.
"WASTED-BOARD IN PRIVATE FAM
v II v for man and ife. Will be perma
nent. Iocation not imiortant if accommoda
tions are satisfactory. Address "L," ahgcs.
T ANTED SO MACHINISTS AND VISE
IT bands, flood py and steady employ
n.eit. Tbe Uoss Printlug Press company.
Sitienib street and Ashland avenue. Chica
WANTED PUPILS TO TAKE LT.8SONS
in Spanish language. Special attention
to oonveikatlon and eorrent expression Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Inquire at public library.
T ANTED BOARDERS. NICELY FCR
II nisbed rooms centrally ioa-aled. Modern
ranvenleore and gtMKl home cooking. Arse
nal emploves taken and excellent lunches put
up at Mil Fourtb avenue.
ANTED HONEST MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for large house. Salary a
monthly and erpenaays with Increase. Position
permanent. Enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope. Saoretary, 100 Csxton building,
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell our Incandescent gasoline lamps.
Each burner produces 100-candie power light;
ail stores want them; good Inducements to re
liable salesmen Tbe Ohio Iliumioating com
pany. KanaOtvld. Ohio.
"1F ANTED WE DESIRE TO SECURE
II the services f a reliable salemn in
your vicinity to handle our lubricating oils and
greases. Liberal proposlt on and fsvoraoie
prices. Address with refere-ces the Ameri
can Petroleum Product Co.. Flndlay.-Ohlo.
W'AJfTKI-00 MEN 70 BRING THEIR
i V shirts, collars and cuds, and 100 women
to send us their family washing at our special
contract rata. All work guaranteed Give
us yuur address ay phone 4JVM. we will do the
ret. FxoeUtor Laundry company, U4 East
Seventeenth street. Kock Inland
"WANTED WOMEN TO BIND PRESS
1 1 shield at horn. Steady wairk: distance
no disadvantage: sk your dealer to show you
Kor shields and Kora Klap hose supparter.
Kora shields saap on waist without kewlng.
S'tid 10 cents far catalogue of work. Kora
Shield Co.. !V3 Broome street. New York.
TT ANTED THREE ACTIVE MEN TO
il represent large Arm. capable of manag
ing tsranch businasxs and empioymc others ia
va urns town.: HfVper year clearof expenses
Definite guarantee of t3 per'day frm the start
to lionesi. energetic men Permanent pas.
i "i m1 r.ipid promottoo with old establish asd
h-ie of highest repuie. Factory. Ikx TtX
"VTr ANTEDTO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
1 1 moods, watches. Jewelry, hardware,
saosleal Instrument, bicycles, allotting, dry
goods, furniture, ete. Hbe cash prices
paid for aascood band goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
atoreprlcass. AU business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location.
Second avenue. Don't forget It. J. W
Jones. Two rings oa 1117.
MONEY TO LOAN.
"TONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL. MOKT
gage loans by W. H Eastman. 171 S Sec
ond avenue, without puri!tv or removal. He
liM makes collections hard oocai a speclaily,
J v rfgifc-. o ' ' V
THOR SALE FIRST-CLASS PIANO. BAR
X; gain, if taken at once. Apply Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west of Kim street on
FOR SALE-RESTAURANT IN ONE OF
the best locations ia the citv. A baieain
if sola by tbe lri. Answer quick. Address
W. A. C. careTHs A kg us.
F-Jt SALE PASTEUR FILTER. NEARLY
new. with seven HlterinK tubes, nickel
plated au over. Can be bousht for half I
original cost. A bargain. Allen. Myers A Co.
OR SALE tOTS IN M ENIRY S A D-
dition bv E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lvnile buildicir. 1 he-e lo's are on telxth ave
Due. between T enty-eiphth and Thirtieth
streets. Conventeot to Hftn avenuorelm
k rcet street car lines. Terms to suit pur
LOST AND FOUND.
IOST AN ENCLISH SETTER PUP. ONE
J third erowa. Return to W. C. Maucker
and receive pay for trouble.
T UST-A PU! DOG WITH BRASS BUT-
JJ ton co lar. If found return to Sibi
Twer.tietn street, ano r?ccive rewara.
'OUN! WOMAN". ALONE IN THE
I world Inucritetl property wburh she can
not nittn.aK'a'. Desires hustmnd. honest, kind
and ciipuble. Address, box I. 3t. Louts, Mo,
I SYCHlC-CLAIRVOYANT L O C A TED
J for a short time at Mi Fourth avenue.
Absolutely correct in business, love and mar
riairc affairs. Consult her and save time and
u orry and money.
T7KR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANITY
X: of 50 bushels-or over at ii.'a per ton, de
livered ('- O. D. to any part of tbe city.
Leave orders at Commercial bouse barber
toop. Rock Island, or Enos James. Milan
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, encwe be if or secure a
situation the Mall is the one paper in Moline
that can do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results One-half cent
per word is tbe price to all alike, cash in ad
vance. I'-ceni stamps will do. Evening and
Sunday Mall. Moline. Ill
1 Direction of Siiti F. Ilnxia
Two rights snd matinee Saturday af
ternoon al-.k'p. m.
Saturday and Sunday, March
10 and U.
The comedian; Sam J. Burton, and the
cbarmning comedienne. Miss Lillle Cole
man. In the new
A superb scenic production. A hip,
hurrah, hilarious sensational drama. A
roaring, rousing, rally of fun. laughter
and yells. The noted SI Perkins solo
orchestra of twelve skilled musicians,
is the strongest ever presented to the
public by a traveling company. One of
the most necessary features for a first
class performance is the best of music
rendered in an artistic msnner asspec-
ia'ly is this so in St Perkins, ruining
over with songs, dances, catcny music
where a good orchestra I absolutely
necesaary. tee tbe street parade at
noon by the famous Puihtowo farmer
band Free concert la front of tbe op
era house at 7 o clock p. m.
ficc l"c. L'Oo. a ard sue Matinee
p-lees 10c and iOo. Sale of beats at
Weuer's jewelry store Phone 4 U3.
A UGUSTANA COLLEGE,
Six popular and Ingtructive
entertainments for the unu
sual small sum of $1.
6 THOMAS McCLARY
March 15. 1900.
on the face, ectniM, tetter, freckles,
blarkbrads. ring worm, Lioicbam. and all
akin disorders can be cored with
Prtcw BO Cents Bos.
HEISKELL'S BLCOO JLX3 LIVER PILLS
Purify the blood and tone the system.
Prioe SS Centa per asattia,
J0MiST0l. H0LL0vVT 4 CO.. PhKastlaMa.
EX-MINISTER PKELPS DEAD.
Be Once Kepresented tbe United States
tLe Court of St. James.
3C?w Unven. C'onn March 10. Hon.
E. J. FheliM. foriufr ininisttr to Ens-
Id ml. illrnl at his home In this city late
ernoon after au
illness of about
The end was
before he passed
away he was
U n e o n clous.
or l'helps re
covereal from the
tack he was so
weakened that he
X. -J. PHELPS.
vva. unable o
ThV funeral servit-es will be held
from Battell ehniteL tomorrow, at 3 p.
m. The remains will b- taken to
Burlington. Vermont, for interment.
Fell Six Stories to Death.
I)ei Moines. Ia.. Mart-h 10. DeWit
Hurley, until reeeuily tfller f the (Vu
tral State bank of this city, fell from a
window of the sixth tiry f the
Younsrerman blrx-k to the sidewalk
and was almost Instantly killed. Th
plaee where Hurley fell is oue of the
busiest spots In the city, and there I
a constant stream of passers, svveral
of whom sawthe fall. Hurley was sit
ting in the window ana! faintetl. He
was 33 years of aire and unmarried
with a sister living In Chicago.
"Piping Off the Situation.
1'eoria. Ills.. March 10. The stib-
committee of the IVpuhli-an state
central commit t-c imt in this city yes
terday, the chief purpose in coming
here beins to Investigate as to the man
ner in which Peoria is carrying on
the promises made when the state con
vention was secured. The inemlters of
the committee are authorized by the
full committee to see thrt the hall
and other accommodations have been
"Drowning; of the (Shamrock."
Ixindmi. March 10. ItepJyiug to Pat
rick O'Kiien. Nationalist, who asked
in the house of commolis yesterday
whether the government will give a
shilling to each Irish soldier on St
Patrick's Iay to enable him to cele
brate the occasion by "drowning tin
shamrock." Joseph I'owell Williams,
financial secretary of I lie war office,
said he thought the army fumls could
hardly be devoted to that purpose.
Rejects Liquor anil Tobacco Ads.
Topeka. Kan.. March 10. The Kev
Charles M. Sheldon will assume charge
of the Topeka Capital Monday, and
for one week will manage It as he tie
lieves Christ would, l'ractically all of
Mr. Sheldon's time during the last two
weeks has been occupied in passing
upon advertising contracts. Mr. Shel
don said all litptor and tobacco and
patent medicine "ads" had been re
Miners and Operators Differ 5 Cents.
Ies Moines. Ia., March 10. After a
week's conference In this city between
the miners and operators of ihe coal
districts of Iowa it is annaunced that
the differences between the two was 5
cents a ton for mining. The operators
offer I! cents aud the miners demand
(." cents. The impression prevails that
an agreement will be reached, and that
the miners will accept the !H)-cent offer.
Has Not (teen Appointed Bishop,
Home, March 10. There is no truth
In the report published in the Tinted
States that Kev. Father Moellcr has
been appointed bishop of Columbus. O
The propaganda is still awaiting the
necessary diocesan appointments from
Columbus, and after their arrival the
propaganda will make a decision In the
Ca ii glit the Smallpox at Detroit.
Ka using. Mich., March 10. A case
of smallpox at Carsonville. Sanilac
county, has been reported to the state
board of health, the patient having
lately Imhmi a student at the Detroit
College of Medicine.
Has tione to Find Out.
Iresser. Iml.. March 10. Elisha
Kodgers. the first postmaster in War
ren county, aud the oldest resident, is
dead, lie was the most prominent
agnostic In the state.
mow the rogos KeaFhed'TllptDonrne.
Melbourne. March TO. A bacterio
logical examination of rats caught at
Port Melbourne wharf has established
the fact that the vermin are infected
Kxploeion That Did Not Happen.
Clinton. Ind.. March 10. The report
cnt our from this city Wednesday
night of a disaster in the Torrey mine.
resulting from a dust explosion, is not
Gardner I Easy for Mr(.oiern.
New York. March 10. McGoveri'
won In the third round last night in
his glove contest, with Gardner.,
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
Major eneral Ealward Moody Mr-
Cook, ono of the celebrated "fighting
McCooks." with a great record Ixtth in
military and civil affairs, is an inmate
of the California soldiers' home.
Smith's Fuse works at I'empton. N.
, blew up. Four persons were killed.
Sixteen miners have been killed bv
n explosion In a coal pit at Ifcsseges,
Mls Ella Little, an American, has re-
elved a dtK-toratc at the University of
Seventeen cases of bubonic plague
are said to have existed at Fort Town
send, Wash., for nearly a month.
N. L. Michael, who was vice presi
dent of the American National bank of
Lima. O.. at the time that Institution
was robbed of over 18.00 a y-ar ago
last Christmas, has leen arrested.
barbed with the murder.
Germany's demand for permission to
establish postonVes in Jerusalem.
Beirut and Smyrna has been refused
by tbe porte.
Italy is to hold a series of military
manoeuvers iu April.
Samuel Ket chain, for many years a
conductor on the Northwestern rail
road, was instantly killed while cui
liug cars at West Chicago. Ills.
Attorney F. C. Cady Is mentiatneal as
candidate for mayor of Greeu Bay.
The lieutenant governor of Montana
respited a condemued murderer by tel-
pbone. First case ot tte kind on rec-
I CHIEFS OF THE SULUSi
Satcn IIH iof I oner bid: vr &hx
Over Mis Snbjecta.
The social system among the Mores
is much more primitive than It is
among the greater part of the other
Philippine races. . A chief, or dato. con
trols a district. He has his own par
ticular followers and his slaves. Be
sides these he may command all the
men of his own district in time of war.
lie also has tbe right of life and death
over his subjects. For instance, a few
weeks liefore we arrived In Jolo. Data
Jokanine had occasion to execute one
of his followers. The man had leen
Intrusted with money belonging to the
dato. The Crst time he came to his
chief and said:
"Oh. great and benevolent dato. I
have gambled away the money! For
"Very well." said the dato. "See
that it docs not happen again."
Once more the retainer came, saying:
"Oh. great and benevolent dato. again
hnve I gambled away thy money, and
again I bog thee, in thy great mercy, to
"This la the second time I have for
given thee," said Jokanine. "but the
third time. I warn thee, thou shalt die."
Yet again the unfortunate man. re
turned without the money be had col
lected for the tlato.
"Oh. dato." he cried, throwing him
self at the feet of his chief. "I have
sinned again and taken thy money!
"Cut him down," said the dato to one
of his men-at-arms. The man offered
no resistance aud was cut to pieces
with one of the great knives of the na
tives. Ha rper's Weekly.
Arrestetl fr Assassination.
Frankfort. Ky.. March in. W. II.
Ctitiltoii, a 'clerk in the oftice of State
Auditor Sweeney, was arrested and
placed in jail last night charged wilh
complicity in the murder of the late
Senator Vjoebel. Warrants have also
been issued for the arrest of Secretary
of State Caleb Powers and Captain
John W. Davis, isiliceman of the state
capitol square, but they have not been
Gen. Ilarnileu Very III.
Madison. Wis.. March 1o. General
Hi-liiy 1 laiiialeii. department com
mander of the ii. A. It. in Wisconsin,
is critically ill at his home in this
city. General Hartidcn has been ill
with th' grii for a week. He expe
rienced a sudden change for the worse
Thursday evening .iml his friends are
much alarmed. General llarnden has
a splendid army record and is noted
for capturing Jefferson Davis.
OiKantia- Deul In Oil Territory.
Columbus. .. March 10. A special
to The Dispatch from Toledo says:
The English petroleum syndicate of
London, the foreign branch of the
Standard Oil company, is reliably re
ported to have closed a gigantic deal
iu the Ohio oil Held. The company
absorbs tbe Cudahy combination, of
Chicago, and the Manhattan Oil com
pany. The consideration is said to be
Dead Will Numl.a r Forty-ICihl.
Thurmond. W. Va.. March 1. The
total number of those taken out of the
Bed Ash mine up to hist night was
thirty-one. of these William Kobin-
son. Elisha Bruce anil a buy named
Tom. all colored, are living and mav
recover. The total number of dead
taken out is twenty-eight and the num
ber thought to be iu the mine is twen
ty. This makes forty-eight killed and
Did Not Have the Plague.
San Francisco. March 10. The board
of health has decided that the China
man who died here several tlavs ago.
and who was supposed to have symp
toms of bubonic plague, did not die of
that disease. The quarantine which
lias been maintained in Chicatown for
lsevtTal days has been lifted.
He Fooled the (surgeons.
All doctors told Itenick Hamilton,
of West Jefferson, O., after suffering
125 months troni rectal hstula, he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed; but he cured himself
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
best in the World. Sorest pile cure
on earth. 25c a box. at Hartz & UI1
emeyer's drt?g store.
Lingering- La Grippe Cough.
G. Vachter, 157 Osgood street, Chi
cago, says: "My wife had a very se
vere case of la grippe, and it left her
with a very bad cough. She tried a
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, and
it gave immediate relief. A 50-cent
bottie' cured her cough entirely. Price
25 cents and 50 cents." All druggists.
-- - iirr-i it in --- - nil' rvMm-,,vmr-Mrrnamw- ni iiMaWniiiiiii,i miUlinWMiii iW MaamaaiiiaTaaiw
It is a well-known fact that Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Com
pound has cured more women than any other remedy. It therefore
must be the best possible medicine for female ills.
But some women make the mistake of thinking that they will try some
thing else simply because it is new. That mistake is often a fatal one
fatal to the health and happiness of the experimenter.
is It not foolish to risk tho possible results of
such experiments ? Is It not better to depend upon
a medicine vhlch has been tried successfully for
thirty years, ana which nas never neen found
Do not therefore let any one persuade you to try something1 which
they say is just as good. It cannot be juit as good. Mrs. Pinkham's
Compound is the best, and there can be only one best. This is not a
mere assertion, but is a positive fact, admitted by hundreds of regular
Kely on your own common sense, and Mrs. Pinkham's life-long
experience, and you will make no mistake. Don't experiment with your health, but take a medicine that you knot)
is good, and is backed by such letters as these to Mrs. Pinkham : 1
Suppressed and Painful
Periods Cured by Lydia
Em Pinkham's Vegetable
' I was thin, sallow and nervous. I
had not had my menses for over a
year and a half. Doctored with several
physicians in town and one specialist,
but did not get any better. I finally
decided to try your medicine, and
wrote to you After I had taken
three battles of Lydia E. Pinkham. "s
Vegetable Compound and three of
B1xk1 Purifier, my menses returned,
and I feel as well and strong as I ever
did. and am gaining flesh." "liss
Lena Gaines, Visaliat Tulare Co., Cal.
"After following the directions
given in your kind letter for the treat
ment of leucorrhnea. I can say that 1
have been entirely cjired by the use
of Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies, and
will gladly recommend them to mv
friends." riisa A. B. Davids, Bing
The Medicine that holds the record for the largest number of Cures Is
Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compoundm
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. March 9.
Following were tha quotations on the
Chicago rinarrt or Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close
May $ . $ 67s $ K's
July Sfi-i .6TVi .)S:U i
September .. .67r .6T"s .67
May "" .3"v ."."i'i .S.-ii
July """ ' -':'z -'x
September .. .ofi's .o6'i .US .Sli1
May .I'"- .23a
July .S-i-j .JU .:;b
2,1a v 10.7." lt.s". 10.72'- Ifl.sO
July ..10.77'i 10.f7i I0.77Vj lO.h-'i
May .".!: .".fln ri.!2'i
July H.00 S.Ol'vi 6 00 6.2Vj
May 5 R7'.. .".i2U 5.8? S.90
July 5.9o 3.95 5.00 5.9.'1,i
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
ppr lb: extra dairy. 2-: parkins
stock. 17c. Kcgst Fresh stock. ltVifw
ISr per dnz. Dressed poultry Turkeys,
choice. K"f10M.c per lb; fair lo good. 8',
$ii',sc: chickens, hens. UfqSKc: ducks.
lOVio; geeise. eft 9c. Potatoes Fair to
choice, 415i4"r per bu. Sweet potatoes
Illinois, J3.505i4.00 per brl. Appls
S2.00Tj 3.;.0 per brl. Cranberries Bell
and bugle. $3.50 9.75.
Chicago Lire Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
"2,000. Sales ratified at S4.0."i(fi 4.70 for
pijrs. $4.70$i4.90 for llKht. 4.754.80 for
rough packing:. J4.754i4.95 for mixed,
and J4.8.5i 4.97'i for heavy packing and
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day, 4.000. Quotations ranged at tn.nWm
B.90 for choice ta extra steers. $5.004j
5.50 for good to choice do.. 4.504.90 for
fair to good do.. J3.90ff4.40 common to
medium do., S4.00ffI4.30 butchers' steers.
J4.3flif5.60 fed western steers. $3.4nSi4.80
feeing steers. $2.O0(ff4.25 cowi". SS.OOfa
4.75 heifers. $2.8nef4.2r bulls and oxen.
13.75 4.60 stags. $3.75tf4.80 Texas Bteere,
and J3.00ff-7.75 vii pivm
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought
Bis nature of
A Grateful Woman Re
commends Lydia Em Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound to Every Wife and
' I hare taken eight bottles of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable t'ompouud
with most gratifying results. 1 had
leen married four years and had two
children. I was all run down, had fall
ing of womb with all its distressing
symptoms. I had doctored with a ptxid
physician, but I derived very little good
from his treatment. After taking a
few bottles of your medicine. I was
able to da my work and nurse my
seven-months'-old babe. I recom"
mended your medicine to every wife
and mother. Had I time. I could write
much more in its praise. I bid you
God's speed in your good work."
rirs. L. A. nonis, Welaka, Putnam
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the only corsets that will not stretch the only ones that do not
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Nervous Prostration and
In f lamination of tho
Bladder Ourad by Lydia
Em Pinkham's Vegetable
DkakMrs. Pinkham I have used
your Vegetable Compound for female
weakness and it has done wonders for
me. I also had nervous prostration
was not able to lnik after my house
work. After taking one lmttle I began,
to improve. and am now better in every
way and feel like a different person.
firs. Delia Reiser, flarlenville. Pa. '
"Dear Mas. Pixkham I cannot
praise your 1 Vegetable Compound
enough for th goxi it has dime me.
1 suffered from inflammation of tha
bladder. I tried doctors, but obtained
no relief. At last I decided to writo
to yon, and now. thanks to your reme
dies. 1 am entirely cured." firs. K. S
Oradv, 131 Union St., High Bridget
New "York City.
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