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THE ABGTTS, THUESDAT. 'APHHj 26. 1900
ud board at S226 Fourth arena.
INTEO-i GIRL FOB GENERAL.
housework at t Twenty-second street.
IVTED TWO FIRST-CLSS COAT
maliera at the Rock Island Regalia com
-T ANTED GIRL. FOKUESEKALJlUUSfc
Y V work. Apply Mrs. George Barth, irJ8
IfA N'Tf3-TWO MESOP GOOD APPEAR
VV anee. Call between 4 JO and 8 p. m. at
1913 Second avenue.
WANTED A- HORSE ABOUT 10
noun is. Moyune Tea company, 327
WANTED TO BEST A SIX
modern house or cottage.
W. A., care of Akcch.
1X7 ANTED TWO FULLY FCRNISHED
TV room for light housekeeping. Young
couple. Address "B.." abg oa.
ANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
1710 Fifth avenue.
Mrs. E F. torn
"TXT ANTED ON EORT WO UNFURNISHED
t rnom at nnff Tor one ireni-iemin-
drew Ed Struck, 429 Twelfth streeu
TXT ANTED THREE EXPERIENCED
TT laundry jrirls at the Eureka Steaa
dry, Sixteenth street near First avenue.
1 I r KTF.n-SnUCITOKS (UK KWH
W land and Moline. Good paying businei
SO right party. Call at 21 Twentieth street.
IP ANTED TO RENT A 4 OR 6-ROOM
W boure west of Fourteenth street. Jo
children. Inquire 710 Fourth avenue, bp stair.
WANTED GOOD, RELIABLEOILSALES
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker OH and Implement company, Cleveland,
-v IT A VTTTi V ROM FOUR TO SIX
? in the shape of a cottage, double
or rooms, by
fam ly of two.
"XXTANTJ T AN EXPERIENCED TEACH-
11 er wouia usepupus mcinuum
Arithmetic a specialty. Address "A. A.,"
A ni l'm office.
" XT ANTED IJOABDER3
nikhflroom ctntrallv located. Modern
convenience and good home cooking at 1411
X XT ANTED TWOOR THREE FURNISHED
TV rooms for light housekeeping Small
family. References exchanged. Address
" E Ho" AR'.us
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solloltors for Rock Island. Permanent
position, oa Mitchell A Lyudo building, be
tween 6 and 1p.m.
XlfAN TED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
TV work In small famliv: good wages
no bouscleanlng. Mrs.
Sixth avenue, Moline.
I. L. Eastman,
TXTANTP.D TO BORROW tl.COO ON ROCK
v v Island city projjerty. worth tv.oco. to net
lender SV4 percent. Marion E. Sweeney, at
torney. Mitchell & Lynde block.
ANTED LOCAL SOLICITINa AGENT
for accident Insurance; one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E at." Aaoca.
'ANTED AN 8 OR 10-ROOM HOUSE
within H or 10 blocs of the postomce:
modern convenience" required. Call at the
Hoc It Island Regalia company, Carse building.
Kaeb burner produces 100-candle power light;
all stores want them: good Inducements to re
liable salesmen. The Ohio illuminating com
pany, Mansntld, Ohio.
X XT ANTED HUSTLING
f V sell our Incandescent
T7KR BENT NICELY FURNISHED BOOM.
A- 5 per month, at 521 Twenty-second street,
between FUih and Sixth avenues.
TJV3R RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT 111
Seventeenth street: suitable for ladiet or
gentleman: jnvesugats. B Kedeter.
CK)R RENT DESK ROOM IS OFFICE AD-
a." vantageousiy situated Apply to J&. 4.
Burns, room 12, Mitchell A Lynde build tag.
TTIOR RENT AT 1229
A. large rooms, well furnished: gas.
: ru. Data,
steam heat. A first-class h"me table nest
loeauon In the city. Corner Thirteen. street
ana fat e ma avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN. "
urONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT.
XJ on any kind of security. W. L. Coyne,
830 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
It CONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
OX gage loans by W. H Eastman, 171 Sec
ond avenue, without pnbllty or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
niHE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM
A. and Independent slate writer has perasa
nentlT located la Daveonort and can daily be
consulted on all questions of life at IK'3 Har
a return oo ana locatea azain tor
time at 817 Fourth avenue. Absolute v correct
In business, love and martiage affairs. Consult
her and save time and worry and money.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST RUSSIAN LEATHER CARD CASE
containing tl 50 in silver, on Seventeenth
street. Keep oontents and return purse to
The Anurri office.
Lydia . PinVhams Tea-table Compesnd
Cares Them Two latUrt from Women
"JDeae Mrs. Pete ham : I write to
tell yoa of the good Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has done
roe. I was sick in bed about five weeks..
The right side of my abdomen pained
me and was so swollen and sore that I
could not walk. The
doctor told my hus
band I would have to
undergo an operation.
This I refused to
until I had given yc
medicine a triaL Hi
fore I had taken
one bottle the
gan to disap
pear. I con
tinued to use
until the swelling
was entirely gone.
When the doctor
came he was very
much surprised to
see me so much
better." Mrs. Mart Smith, Arlington,
r GETS A KlSIO-ilU UHAXxL
2 AVE YOUR RAGS R F. KLUGGER, t211
cent a hundred. Save your waste paper, as
it is also valuable.
JJ of 60 bushels or over at t2.'
SALE COAL IN
5 per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city.
Leave orders at Commercial house barber
shop. Rock Island, or Enos James. Milan
IF YOO WANT TO BUY. SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mail Is the one paper in Moline
ina-t can ao it ror you. Man wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results One-half cent I
per word is the price to all alike cash in ad- I
vance. 2-ceut stamps will do. Evening and
Sunday Mail, uouoe, lu.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
r?HIOAGO. ROCK ISLAND A
v Paclilc Railway Tickets
can be purchased or baggage
cheesed atR.L A P. Twentieth
street depot, or C, R. I. A P.
depot, corner Fifth avenue and
Thirty-first street. Frank H Plummer, agent.
) BAST. I WEST.
ANTED A COUPLE OF BOARDERS TO
cupy nicely furnKbeu front room:
suitable for one or two gentlemen, or man and
wife: location very de-irable: convenient to
Spenc-r Square and Twentieth street. Ad
TtTANTED S00 MEN TO BRING THEIR
T T shirts, collars and cuffs, and 1X women
to send us their family washing at our special
contract rates. All work guaranteed. Give
us your address by phone lis, we will do the
rest. Excelsior Laundry company, 114 Eatt
Seventeenth street. Rock LUand
-ICTANTED TO LOAN
MONEY ON DIA'
monds. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest can prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
1S Second avenue. Don t forget it. J. w
Jones. Two rings on 1S47.
FOR SALE A BUTCHER WAGON AND
buggy. Apply at UoA Fifth avenue.
"TJX)R SALE A SECOND HAND RUBBER-
A RGfs office.
-THREE mTS IN COLUMBIA
quire of John Ohlweiler.
A? Park at coKt. within the next 15 days.
SALE CHEAP A PHAETON
-A- harness, together or separately, at
TTORSALE A GOOD BAR ICEBOX. WILL
A? be sold on reasonable terms. Box may be
teen by calling at i.l Twentieth street.
Denver Limited AOmaba... it 3:10 am
Ft. Worth. Denver A K.C.. t WW am
Minneapolis t t:M am
Omaha and Des Moines 1 R:00 am
Omaha s MinneaDOils K12:06 am
Omaha & J3cs Moines Ex. . . 7:.S5 am
Denver. Lincoln & Omaha. I 11:55 Dm
Benver. Lincoln A Omaha.. 3:06 am
Des Moines Express il2:10 m
Rock Island A Bureau Ac. j 4:30 pm
St. Paul & Minneapolis. S:05 am
Denver. Ft. Worth A K C. 5:00 am
1 Kansas Cltv.St Joe ADnvr ! 1 : 10 nm
XRocfe Island A Washington'!!:") pm
L;nica?o & lies ftioinea. . . jt 2:15 pm
Rock Island & Brooklyn Ac.5:35 pm
lOmaha A Rock Island 6:50 pm
Chicago. A Davenport I
3:00 am I
t 6:35 am
t : pm
t 6:30 am
t 3:50 pm
J 8:45 pm
t 7:40 am
" Dear Mrs. Peskham: I was sick for
two years with falling of the womb, and
inflammation of the ovaries and bladder.
I was bloated very badly. My left limb
would swell so I could not step on my
foot. I had such bearing down pains I
could not straighten up or walk across
the room and such shooting pains would
go through me that I thought I could
not stand it. My mother got me a bottle
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound and told me to try it. I took six
bottles and now, thanks to your won
derful medicine, I am a well woman."
iLus. Elsue Cryas, Otisville, Mich.
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., Chicago, I1L
Union Ins. Uo. - Philadelphia, ra.
Rockford Ins. Co. - Bockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111. , Bockford, m.
Offlce, Room S. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
Arrival. tDeparture. Dally, except Sun-
Dally except Saturday. All others dally. Tel
TJOCK ISLAND A PEORIA
Rail way Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C-. R. I. A P. (Mo
line avenue) depqt five (5)
minutes earlier than time
LIAVt. I ABBIVS
Aocom Fast Freight
Peoria, Springfield, Cincin
nati Peoria Aceora Freight
jatie & nerrard Accom..
Cable A Sherrard Accom..
Cable A Sherrard Accom..
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as tow as any
can afford. Your
GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Insurance agent, g
Widow of a Cuban Doctor Who Was
dered la Prison.
New York, Apr!! 2C The state de
Dartment at Washington ha notified
Mrs. Rita L. Ruiz, widow of Dr. Ricar
do Ruiz, who was murdered in prison
at Guanabacoa, Cuba, while a captive
of the Spaniards, that the. chair on
which he wrote his last message would
be forwarded to her. This chair came
into the possession of. General Fitz-
hugh Lee soon after the murder of Dr.
Ruiz, Feb. 4. 1SJ6. General Lee kept
it until after he left Havana, two years
ago, when he gave it to the British vice
consul. Jerome, who kept it until Gen
eral Lee's return to Havana after the
At the request of Mrs. Ruiz he has
forwarded it to Washington. The mes
sage, which was written on the back
of this chair by Dr. Ruiz, who dipped
his nails In his own blood, reads: "Mer
cedes, Mine, Evangeline, Ricardito,
good-by. My children of my life, I
give you my blessing. Be obedient to
your mother. Good-by, Rita of my
PEIS0HES SHOT AMD KILLED.
Be fFas Trrlnsr to Escape and Would Not
Halt When Ordered.
Green Bay, Wis.. April 2a William
Douglas, an inmate of the state re
formatory near this city.was shot and
killed while trying to escape late
Tuesday afternoon. It was Just at the
end of the day's work as the prisoners
were returning for roll call. Young
Douglas thought he saw an opportunity
to get away and made a dash for lib
He was called upon to halt by the
guard, and failing to do so, was fired
upon, the ball entering his lihck. He
lived about half an hour. Douglas was
about 22 years of age; was sentenced
here from" West Superior for burglary.
Douglas was an assumed name for the
man shot. H belonged to a good fam
ily in Chicago.
DIED A TRAGIC DEATH.
How a Head Sawyer Lost His Life in a
Milwaukee. April 20. A Sentinel
special from Marinette, is., says:
More particulars of the big ftre at At
kinson. Mich., were obtamed yester
day. Steven J. Brown, the head saw
yers, was burned to death, and a num
ber of the workmen had their hands
aud faces burned while escaping from
the burning structures. ,
Brown's death was a tragic one. He
had helped a feilow workmen to save
a box of tools, ana later tost nis me
in attempting to save some of his own
personal belongings. His borne was in
Foasd st Mastodon's Tooth.
LaCrosse. Wis.. April 26. Arthur
H.MacArthur, night ticket agent of the
Milwaukee road at this point, returned
Tuesday evening from a two days' fish
ing trip to Rockland, LaCrosse county.
He brought home with bim a relic that
is of considerable interest and he in
tends to send it to the State Historical
society at Madison. It is the petrified
tooth of a mastodon or some otherenor-
mous prehistoric animal. The tooth
weighs something over five pounds.
The enamel is over a half-inch in thick
ness and is remarkably well preserved.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
G. M. Stonebraker is in Chicago. .
Mrs. U. II. Chase is visiting in
Mrs. E. E. Tavlor left today for
Cliff Musser, di Aiuscaune, was in
the city yesterday.
Ferd Levy has returned from a 2-1
weeks1 business trip through Ne
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hansgeo. leave
tonight for Vincennes, Ind., to visit
Mrs. C. D. Darrah returned to her
home at Florence, 111., today after a
visit in the city.
Mrs. J. A. Maxwell has gone to
Monticello, Iowa, to visit her sister,
Mrs. F. A. Hefner.
Miss Clara Windsor, who has been
visiting at the home of. Mr. and Mrs.
Porter Skinner, left today for her
home at Geneseo.
An interesting rally service was
held at the First Baptist church yes
terday afternoon and evening. Sup
per was served at o.
Capt. John Streckfus has gone to
Salina. Kas., in response to a telegram
notifying him that his . brother,
Michael, had died there.
Hugo Delfs, of Altona, Holstein,
Germany, is making a short visit to
bis uncle, A. Lckermann, and his cou
sin, William n,ckermann, in itock isl
Company A will commemorate the
second anniversary of its departure
from Rock Island for service-in the
Spanish-American war by
military ball tonight at Armory ball.
Seventy-live couples attended the
last dancing party in the winter series
given last night by the .Naval re
serves at Armory hall. The bovs in
tend holding several parties at Watch
lower inn during the summer.
tlone to Hmm the Hu l.ouis fair.
!t. Ixuis, April w. a special car
attached to the Washington train on
the Baltimore and Ohio, which left here
yesterday for the national capital, con
tained the delegation that will appear
before the special committee of the
house of representatives to consider
legislation affecting the Louisiana
rehase, centennial bill.. Ex-Governor
Francis, chairman of the World's
executive committee, beads the lo-
The Best Remedy for Rheumatism Quick
Kellef from Pain.
All who use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for "rheumatism are delighted
with the quick relief from pain which
it affords. When speaking of this,
U. Si. binks, of lroy, Ohio, says:
Some time ago I had a severe attaek
of rheumatism in my arm and shoul
der. I tried numerous remedies, but
got no relief until I was recommended
bv Messrs. George F. Parsons & Co.
druggists, of this place, to try Cham
berlain's I'aln Balm. J. ney recom
mended it so highly that 1 bought a
bottle. 1 was soon relieved of all
aln. I have since recommended this
iniment to many of my friends, who
agree with me that it is the best rem
edy for muscular rheumatism in the
market." For sale by all druggists.
restored to those who consult the
slmilating tMFood andRcg uta-
tfrg thp Stnnisrhs and Ttawt-lt nf
tiess and Best.Contalns neither
OpmrrCMorphine nor Mineral.'
Not Nahc otic.
JimAtit, SJt t I
A Defect Remedy for Constipa
tion. SourStomach .Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fevensh
oess and Loss OF SlEEB
lac Simile Signature of
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
exact copy or wrappeb.
tmc ctnraua c
dally, all other trains dally
Represents the following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
T)AVENPORT, HOCK ISL
and 4 Northwestern rail
street. I F. Berry, a. P. A
Davenport, la ;Geo. W.Wood,
City Ticket Agent. "Trl
Clty Route." Short line be
tween Tri-CItles, Chicago,
points via the C. St S. W.
Rochester Uarxnan Ins Oo
Buflalo German "
Rochester, N Y
iTreeDon. I !
Buffalo, N Y
Manchester, N B
Chicago Grain and Prodnce.
Chicago. April 25.
Polowlnsr were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today:
Milwaukee Meehanles " ......Milwaukee, Wis
fidelity and Casualty
Offlce corner Eighteenth street
Second avenue, second floor.
I. BATE ARRIVE I
-a? will be sold cheap it taken at once. In good
CANOPY TOP Sl'RREV
condition. Inquire at Seventh avenue.
JL? coffee and tea wagon, c an alo be used
for a milk wa:on
AT A BIO SACRIFICE. NEW
wagon. Can also be
Inquire at I'll Sixth
TTOR SALE FOLDING BED AND CHIF.
JL fonier combined, with mirror, drawers.
etc. Huhy carnage. rutter tired and uphol
stered: alto sofa. Address "40," care Asui'x.
TTK3R S A LE FIRST-CLA S S PIANO." BAR-I-
gain, if taken at once. Apply Mrs. Frank
-Herman, three doors west or lAm street on
FOR SALE GOOD HIGH BUILDING LOT
on Nineteenth street between Eleventh
and Twelfth avenues. Will resold at a bargain
If tascn at once. Address "B. W.." akgcs office.
-A. lots cheap.
ROOM HOUSE AND TWO
Grapes, fruli and shade trees.
Located one block west of Ninth street and
south of race track. South Rock Island. In
juire at Aaocs oftice.
ClOR SALE LOTS IN M.-EVIRY'S AT
J? dltion by E. J. Burns, room li Mitchell &
Lvnde building. Tbewe lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eirhth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
s-reet street car lines. Terms to suit purchaser.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. SEVERAL
almost new bicycles, a genuine Singer
newlng machine, a ISO volume library, at from
10 rents a volume to ttt. among which are a
full vet nf Adam Clark Commentaries. Rid
path's Hixtorv of the World. Chamber's En
evolopedia. eight volumes. Also several gold
watches. Eastman Co.. !7124 Second aven
ue Ofiloe open Monday, Wednesday and Sat
A. over W
RENT TWO FURNISHED
C. Maucker's grocery.
rOR RENT -avenue.
ROOMS AT ISMl SECOND
1iwJR RENT TWO UNFURNISH SD Kt 'MS
. for light housekeeping. Inquire IMS Sec
"EXR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT
JC able for one or two gentlemen. Flrth-acd-a
halt avenue. ,
XjV)R RENT A a-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN
A? eonveniences aad good barn. at &44 Twenty-third
iffcJK RENT PARTOR WHOLE OF STORE
H51C Seoond avenue. Inquire of Mrs.
liuyex. 730 Nineteenth street.
linton Mail and Ki Dress 7Ah sm. 7:20 Dm
Chicago Night Ex t7:4A pml 8:05 am
Chicago Daylight Special. . .13:00 pm' 3:SS pm
ST. PAUL raUway Ra
cine St Southwestern Division
Depot Twentlerb street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
I.1AVI. ARHI VE.
St. Paul Express....
Freight and accom .
7 30 ami
S IS am!
10 ) am
Daily except Sunday.
RURLINOTON ROUTE C,
-"B. A Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth ,
M. J. YOUNG.
'iiL. " "" '
I LBAV& ABBITB.
St.JU Springfield. Peoria. I i
Bur. Quin via Monmouth t.hb am 7:14 pm
Chicago. Sterling, Clinton &i I
Dubuque t 7:44 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria, Beards town. Bur
ling ton. Denver and west t 2:45 pmiHl:M am
St. Paul A Minneapolis , 7:S0 pm; 8:14
Sterilnr. Clinton s Dubuque i 7:0 pm.
Bt i, ivsns uenver at I
Pae. coat vtaOalesburg "7:15 pml t-M am
Nothing bat a loc
al remedy or change
of climate will core
The Specific Is
im CBIAM BALI
Ik Is qnlckly ab-
Ueonci! r" COLD HEAD
Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages
Allays Inflammation, heals and protects the
membrane, restores the senses of taste axd
6melL No cocaine, no mercury, no Injur
ious drug. Regular size &0c; family size
SI. at drugtflw or by mall.
ELY BROTHERS, 53 Warren St. New York
Open. Hih. Low.
S .664 -65
.67 .67T, .67 .67
.68 .68?, .68 .68!$
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..12.65 12.72 12.55
8:40 am I
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
jt i m Li
Best Dining Car Service.!
Is Frequently Caused by the Worry
Attendant On Dyspepsia.
If you would win in the Battle of Life
you must nave a clear brain, keen
senses, perfect vigor, shrewdness, en
ertry and ambition.
Dyspepsia kills these needful quali
ties. You can't succeed if you are con
stantly tortured by dyspepsia or indi
gestion. But you can get rid ot dys
pepsia, indigestion, biliousness, sour
stomach, or any other ailment of stom
ach or digestive organs by simply
taking- one or two of Dodd's Dyspepsia
I ablets atter each meal.
With a perfect digestion jgo a strong,
healthy body, a clear, capable brain.
igor, ambition, determination, ener
gy, activity, keen, alert sexiaes. Dodd's
Dyspepsia Tablets ensure all these.
Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets have nev
er failed to cure any or all of the dis
eases named when they have been
fairly tried. They cannot fail.
Dr. R. B. Strong. New York City.
writing- in the American Journal of
Health, describes Dodd's Dyspepsia
Tablets as a remedy which could not
possibly be more efficacious though it
emanated from a council of the leading'
t . M .1 , . w
pojiiuaa uj. vac woria.
July 12.77, 12.90
May 7.07 7.17 7.02
July 7.15 7.25 7.07
September .. 7.17 7.27 7.12
May 6.97 7.05 6.95
July 7.05 7.10 7.00
September .. (.00 7.02 6.9o
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
17c per lb; extra dairy, 15c: packing
stock. 12c. Eg(i Fresh stock, 11c
per dosen. Dressed poultry Turkeys',
cnoice. n'eiic per id; iair to srooa, c:
chickens, hens. 89c; ducks, 10llc;
ereese, 79c. Potatoes Fair to choice.
2SK33C per bu. sweet potatoes im
nois. J3.00(&3.o0 per brl. Appies S3.00O
4.00 per rri.
Cbleafo Live Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
26.000. Sales ranged at $4.40'5.2O for
pigs. J 5.30 5. 50 for light. J5. 35 5.40 .for
rousrh packing. S3.3a0a.6O for mixed and
$5.45 5.60 for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 14.000. Quotations ranged at $5.40
&S.S0 for choice to extra steers. lo-OOQ
5.40 for good to choice do., 14.6&&4.90 for
fair to good do., $4.O54.40 common to
medium do.. $4.0004.30 butchers' steers.
$4.4065.50 fed western steers, $3.4004.80
feeding steers. $2.254.30 cows. $3,254
4.75 heifers. J2.80W4.25 bulls and oxen.
$3.7564.60 stags, $4.005.00 Texas steers,
and $4.5007.25 veal calves. ,
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. 13.000. Quotations ranged at $4.75
5r6.20 westerns. $4.2o'gS.3S natives. $5.75
67.30 western Iambs, and $5.257.30 na
Milwaukee. Acril 25.
Wheat Higher: No: 1 northern. s7
67c: No. 2 northern, 6.a4c. Kys
Steady; No. 1. 57 68c. Barley
Steady: No. 2. 424c: aamnle. 28U4?W
Oats Steady; No. 2 white, 2727c.
Hundreds of hopeless cases have
been cured by them. If you are a
chronic sufferer no matter what the
nature or your ailment, it will pay
you to see them, because they have
for years devoted all their time to the
study and care of the diseases they
Because their offices are furnished
with every appliance and -curative
agent known by the world's greatest
specialists to be of service in the di
agnosis and cure of the disease.
Their Berlin system of curing:
Deafness, ringing noises in ears.
Catarrh of the Nose Throat and
Stomach and diseases of the
Lungs, is curing cases that have
formerly been regarded as almost
to snow or rain
a cold comes.
Pine -tar -Honey
will cure it in one night it
will always prevent a cold
if taken on cominsr in out of
Uelicrhtlully pleasant to
the taste. Good for children.
Good for everybody.
Cures Coughs and
Gives Strength to the Lung's.
All good druggists sell it.
25c, 50c, $1. per bottle.
BE SURE YOU GET
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honoy
For Sale at Bannsen's Drug Store. Cor. Fourth avenue and Twentieth St.
J. F. Robihsok, President L. S. McCabk, Vice President. H. E. Castsil, Cssbler
Central Tragi; and Savings Bank, '
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four. Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits. '
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
C. J. Larkln,
James J. La Velio,
I S. McCabe,
J. F. Robinson,
U E. Caateel,
E. D. Sweeney,
Henry W. Tremann,
H. D. Maoic,
Jobs Sohafe ,
L. D. Mudge,
Louis A. Schmldl
Sweeney & Walker, Holioltors.
MONET LOANED ON PERSONAL, COLLATERAL OB REAL ESTATE SECUBITT.
Open dally 9 a. m. to 8 p. n. Saturdays 7 to 8 p.
Oflice in Rock Island National Bank Building.
Their Hot Air Treatment, combined
with Electricity, for the cure of
Chronic rheumatism and diseases of
the muscles and Joints, has cured
hundreds of cases.
HEN, YOUNG AND OLD.
Who are nervous.' weak in body
and mind, losing flesh, sleepless, low
spirited, without energy and ambi
tion, will find that the doctors have
discovered remedies that have proved
the greatest boon on earth to this
class of cases.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Hook Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the Four Per Cent Paid oo
State Law. Jy Deposits.
Monet Loaned On Personal Collateral Ob Real Kstate Secubitt.
CASTOR I A
. For IaianU and Children.
Us Kin. Yea Han Ahr 2js E::gtt
Diseases of the Lungs.
First Btssjas of Consumption, Asthma
cured by the Nixon method, combined
with inhalations of oxygen.
Consultation and Examination
Bar Damokrat Building
J. M. Buford, President,
Jobn Crubautrh, Vice President.
P. Greenawait, Casaler.
Began business July 2, 1M. and occupied
9. E comer 01 WKBsu
H. S. Cable,
H. P. Hull.
K. W. Hurst,
Solloltors Jackson sad Hurst.
J. M. Buford
Wall Paper Opening Sale;
Oar entire new spring stock of 20th centnry wall paper Is now
here. We have the exclusive sale of many of the latest and
most artistic designs. The beauty and richness of the new col
orings for 1300 is wonderful, even in the cheapest papers and
the price for all grades is surprisingly low.
205 W. Third Street, Eayenport. I An AMS WAI I PAPPR P.fl
I nwrit.i w iiribta a i a- s wwsis
Hours to II t nu z to f ana v to I p. i
Bandars 9 to IS a. sa.
310-314 Twentieth Street.