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THE ARGTJS, TIIUKSDAT, HAY 29, 1902.
FRANK A. HART, Passenger Agcn!, Office
t A D May 27 to June
kJrf-O 8th Inclusive
is the rate ami date for the next low round trip excursion to
LOS ANGELES OR
For meeting A. A. O. X. Mystic Shrine, via the C, Ii. I. & 1. Ry.
Tickets j;ool 60 days from date of sale, oin one way and re
turning via any other direct route.
Through standard and tourist sleeping ears are now run to Los
Angeles and San Francisco daily via the
EL, PASO SHORT LINE.
Also through standard and tourist' sloeping ears via Denver and
the scenic route.
On the same dates low rate round tripexcursion tickets on sale to
For National Convention Travelers' Protective association of America.
For full particulars cnjuire from agents C, R. I. & 1. Ry.
The largest line of bieycles and supplies in the tri-eities. All repair
THE NEW BICYCLE DEALERS.
MYERS & VOLLERTSEN
Are now ready for business with
sundries. Wheels repaired and kept
promptness at a reasonable price.
Kimball Uoom Block. Davenport.
j y Kobinsoh, President. L. D. Mcdgb, Vloo President. IL K Oast ml Cas&ler
CENTRAL TRUST ard SAVINGS BANK
Rock Island, 111.
Irce-porated Uuder State Law.
Capital Stock. 9100.000 Thri-anl-a-half Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposit.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this departmeni
which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company.
We act as executor of and trustee under "Wills, Aaminisrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
.Receiver and assignee of insolven estates. General financial agent f oi
aon-residenta women, invalids and others.
801 FOUR.TH AVENUE.
Rugs made from Ingrain or Brnssels carpet. Satisfaction guarateed.
Mrs. Minnie Schindler, Mgr.
BEAUTY IS UPPERMOST
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern meth
ods and careful and skilled help
their Laundry work is the best that
is turned out in this vicinity. Their
service is prompt and patrons are
treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAW LAUNDRY
Ba';rsfcld & Sexton. - 1814 Third avenue. Telephone 1203.
To the Northwest
During the Summer
Just Whewt You Wewnt
Write at once for particulars.
S. A. MATTHEWS, I. F. A , Chicago.
tHABtES 9. TKK, U. P. tit. TmuU
Less Than Half Fare
These very low rates are made for
delegates attending conventions in
the Pacific Coast cities; bnt any one
can buy the cheap tickets and save
money. Then, if you wish, yon
can Join one of our "Personally
Conducted Excursion Parties" to
California. Very inexpensive, com
fortable and interesting. They go
through Coloradoby daylight and past
Salt Lake City. Ask for particulars.
C. B. & Q. Depot Telephone 1131.
a large stock of high wheels and
in order. All work clone with
308-TwntlMh Slwt. Kwk rsland.
Nolle to tbe stockholders of the Da-en-port.
rok Island & Noah western railway
company ( Iliinol.
The annual meeting of tbe stockholder of
th I)vnDort. Koes Inland Jfc Norih.u'e-n
KaW tf ooniTny of Illinois, will be held at
tbeorme of iba o ltnpanv In the eliy of Koek
Island. In tbe n 'e of llllnolj. on Moody. tb
s'xteeota day of June, liwi. at tne hour of 1 1
a m . for t e Hums, of eleoti'K a board of
directors and for the ransacUon vf uco other
basfoets a scay lawfully come be Tore the
Uatcd tbla Ulta day Of May. A. D.. Wi
W. R. Uorriwi,
Cesnfoe stamped C C C Never soli la balk.
Beware of tbe dealer who tries to sell
."some tiling- just as good."
ft&sYa &0aW swVwlffsrswwfl
NOTE IN BOOZE BOTTLE
James Marston Rons Shy on Hops
and Decides to End
A note was brought to the police
station today that was found floating
In the river securely forked in a beer
bottle. The missive was written with
a lead pencil and purported to be
from one James Marston. who declar
ed he had determined " to end his
earthly existence and took that
means of making his designs known
and of willing his property to his
wife, Angelina Marston.
The note was dated at Dubuque,
May 2. and the address given was
Second street. 'Hie police suppose
the note is a "fake," for there are
three names signed to it, all by the
same party and the handwriting be
tray no evidences of perturbation
such as might be expected under the
Chicago, May 20. Following are the open
lag, highest, lowest and closing quotations
la today's markets:
May. 734: 73H: 72(4: nn.
July. 7CS&72V 721,: 72?,: 73!-.
Sept., 7lciTl;71,:70; jo . ,
May, 63H: 2H : fil V
July. 6.V362S; 62: 62'g
Sept., ktiH: 60?,; 59; W.4
May. 43:4I:43'4: 43V
Julv. S.S: HH : 35S-.
Mav. 17.07; 17 07; 17.00-: 17 00
July, l7.OVai7.IO: 17.10: 17 Ml. 17.05.
Sept., 17 ); 17.M; 17 10; 17.15
May, 10.10; 10 10; 10 05: in rs
July. 10.17: 10.17; 10.10; 10.1S
Sept., 10.20&10R; 10 23; 10.1ft; 10 17.
May. 9 77:0.77:0 77: 0.77
July. 0.67: 0.67: P.eo-: .
Sept.. y.67ia.70; .70: 0 OS: 0.S7
Recelnts todav: Wheat CI corn 22S. oats
539. Hoes 23.000. rattle 7.0uo, sheep lO.oco.
Hon leu orer
Hogs at Kansas City S.OOfl. cattle S.00O;
hoes at Omaba ll.tioo. cuttle 1.500.
Hok market opened stronc.
L,lehl. M.S5of.OO: mixed and butch
ers. M7Mt7 t.v. good heavy, MBip7.30; rough
rattle market opened stronp.
Sheep market opened steady.
Union slock yards 8-40 a. in.
Hoe market opened fxri 10c higher.
LlKbt. efttvVC'7. 10: mixed and butchers. ert.Ni
fli M: good neavy, M.KYa,7.V: rough heavy.
Cattle market opened slow and weak.
Beeves M SowtT b ; cows and heifers l.ftOJ'.
.Via). Texas steers ll.60Si.5o, stockers and
Sheep market opened weak.
Hoe market closed steady.
LiEht. rte.V7 10; mixed ?nd butchers. W.SS
07.30; good heavy, eilS( 4), rough heavy,
t Utile market closed dull
Sheep market closed steady.
Kllmaied receipts Friday: Wheat CO
corn i'o. oau 195, hogs -O.ooo.
New York Block.
New York. May 20.-The following are tbe
cloning Quotations on the New York stock
So. PaclHc sugar I2P. C. ft A. com. 37,
pan 0J'. I'enna. I4r: B. A O. I06S- C. K. I. &
P. 173. CM & St. Paul I704. Manhattan 133.
Hacibc Mail ... Atchison common H)H. W. U.
Tel. Co. wt'i. N. Y. Central IA4. 1. ft N.
I37. B. R. T.67S. R- U. . com. WH. leather
com. 13, copper X. Atchison pld. U.
S. Steel Bid. UOS. U. S. Steel common 40'..
Missouri Par I tic loo. Union Pacific common
1044. coal and Iron M. Krie common S7S.
Waljash ptd 43. Wabash com ... tiu cau
commoo ... tin can pfd. ...
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Qootatlons on I'rorlslons, Live
Stook. Feed and FneL
Rock Island, May 23. The market presents
little that Is of Interest this week. Corn Is
back to 70 cents and oats have parted com
pany to the extent of a drop to 4.S cents.
Eggs and poultry are slightly lower. Fol
lowing are the wholesale quotations In to
nutter Creamery 22c dairy 17c
Kegs Fresh 13c.
Live poultry Spring cblckens tJ.SO to 13
perdo7.cn. hensSc perpoand. turkeys 10c
ducks tc. geese 0c.
Vegetables Potatoes 00 to 05c, onions 11.75
Cattle Steers 04.25 to to. 25. cows and
helrers 12.00 to $5.00. calves ts.M to rt.it
Hogs Mixed and butchers 16.50 to (7 00
Shcep-Yearllnes or over, per cwt. H60to
fl oo. Lambs per head C5 00 to 17.00.
FhI and Ftirl.
Grain Corn Toe. oats 45c.
Forage Timothy hay 115, prairie hay
(13, clover hay I3, baled prairie 112, baled
timothy US. oat straw 07.50.
Wood Hard, per load 04.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel 12c slack, per
B. J. TOHER.
A. L. ANDERSON
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main at
Kstate of Henry Mueller deceased.
The onderaift-ned kaving oeea appointed ad
mlnistrator of tbe estate of Henry Mueller,
lave of the oounty of Rook Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gtves notloe that be
will appear before the. county eour of Rock
(aland county, at the county court rooiu.
In the e'ty of Roek Island at tbe July term,
on toe first Monday In July next, at wblcb
time all persons baring claims against said
state are notified and requested to attend, for
tbe purpose of having the same adjusted
AU persona indebted to said estate are re
guested to make Immediate payment to tta
Dated this 17th day cf May, A. IX 10C2.
CoRtiD Uceilir, Administrator.
VERDICT FOR $3,000
IN THE XEFPLE CASE
The jury in the case of Andrew
Kcpnle, who whs sninif the Uock Is
land & Peoria Kailway company for
$10,000 damages, clainieil as the re
sult of injuries received on a cross
ing at Coal Valley last year, took the
cate at noon tiday and tipon the re
suming of court this ufternoon re
ported n verdict of $U.(KK) for the
This afternoon an nrcrument by C.
.1. Searle, attorney for CSeorjrc Littig-,
indicted for burglary, second offense.
was heard in favor of quashing the
indictment found against the prisoner
12 years airo. when the previous
charge was brought against him. on
the ground that he was-then less than
the age prescribed for such prosecu
tion. PERSONAL POINTS
.Miss Klise Worker is visiting in Mus
catine. M. A. Patterson spent yesterday in
Henry Ludolph, at Clinton, has been
Mrs. Mayer Itosenficld left lor In
Mrs. W. II. M linger went to Prince
ton this morning.
William lihlers ami family are here
from Peoria on a visit.
K. J. Delano. 1). S. Siinonson and
Kd Ifnllihter were Port Hyrou visitors
in the city today.
Will Carl arrived last evening from
Chicago, where he has been pursuing
his tlental studies.
.1. I .Icrard. who has been visitintr
in the west, stopped here on his way
to Wyoming, III., this morning.
Mrs. I). K. Spencer left Tuesday
night via the P.urlington for an ex
tended trip to the Pacific coast.
Dr. Carl Swenson, of I-indsborg,
K:is president of liethany college,
arrived last evening to attend the
August ana com in en cement.
Mrs. .I0I1 11 McMcekin, of Marshal.
Igan county, Oklahoma, arrived in
th' city this morning on a visit to her
mother, Mrs. J. II. Kerr, who is crit
ically ill at her home on Thirtv-
eighth street and Kighteenth avenue.
t apt. .1. M. Isenrdsley, cliairman of
the committee, of arrangements" for
tomorrow's exercises, is in receipt of
a teletrram aitiioimcinir that Congress
man A. .1. Hopkins, one of the Mem-'
rial day orators, will arrive in the
city over the Ilurlington at 7 o'clock
1 his eveuing.
Hon. Clark .1. Tisdel, who will de
liver the address at the cemetery to
morrow afternoon, will arrive from
Chicago this evening at 10: 0 with
Mrs. Tisdel. They are to be met at
the depot by a committee of members
of 11. C. Cleaveland camp. Sons of
(iov. Kit-hard. Vales, on his arrival
in the city at fi:''0 this morning over
the lSock Island road, was driven to
the home of Col. C. L. Walker, a mem
ber of his si ail, where he breakfast
ed, after which he became the guest
of L. S. McCain-, who escorted him to
the exercises at Augustana college.
The governor left for Chicago at l:-0
this afternoon. '
UnotlnK VSIth Trnlned AVoItm.
Hert I)e'ker, a young BiKirtsnian of
Tuscola, III., has succeeded In taming
two wolves, and they are very valua
ble as hunters. lie captured them
when young, raised them as "kittens,"
and now. though as large as shepherd
dogs, they are quite tame and playful.
Decker says the wolves can outrun dogs
on the hunt and are very long winded.
The wolf's favorite wny of cntehing
a rabbit Is to run alongside of him,
put Its nose underneath Mr. Cotton
tall and throw Lira ten or twelve feet
in the air, catching him in its mouth
as he falls. The wolves always return
to their master when called. Decker's
success has caused other sportsmen to
undertake the training of wolves to
supplant dogs in hunting, and it is
probable that wolves will find a plac
In future kennels. Cincinnati En
quirer. Frost as a Mechanical Power.
A somewhat remarkable quarrying
feat was accomplished at Aberdeen,
Scotland, the past winter. A large stouu
bad been drilled ready for splitting,
when the thought struck tbe foremu:i
that nature might aid in the object to
be attained, the idea being suggested
by the severe frost which prevailed.
Waler was poured iuto each of the drill
holes, and. It being Saturday after
noon, work was suspended until Mon
day morning, when it was found that
the block of granite had completely
burst open. An idea of tbe immense
power of the frost will be gathered
when It is stated that the stone thus
detached measured 12 feet by 5 feet
and had a weight of about six tons.
A woman who has had experience
with this disease, tells how to pre
vent any dangerous consequence
from it. She says: "Our three chil
dren took whooping cough last Bum
mer, our baby boy being only three
months old, and owing to our giving
them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
they lost none of their plumpness
and came out in much better health
than other children whose parents
did not use this remedy. Our oldest
little girl would call lustily for cough
syrup between whoops. Jessie Fink
ey Hall. Springville. Ala." This rem
edy is for sale by all druggists.
A novel feeling of leaping, bounding
impulses goes through your body.
You feel young, act young, and are
young, after taking Rocky Mountain
Tea. 35c. T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
City Council Room, Rock Island,
May 28. The council met in adjourn
ed regular session at - o'clock p. m
Mayor Knox presiding and all the
The clerk read an ordinance grant
ing the Rock Island .fe Peoria Rail
way company the right to lay a sin
gle switch track on Mill street for
the use of the Standard Table Oil
Cloth company, and Hugh K. Curtis
and their assijrns.
On motion of Aid. (Jail the council
took a reeess to examine the ground.
On reassembling Aid. (Sail moved
consideration of the ordinance. Car
Aid. Anderson moved as an amend
ment that where the track crosses
Mill street the crossing shall be
planked to the width of 24 feet, "or
wider, on the order of the council."
Aid. Anderson moved the adoption
of the ordinance. Carried by unan
The clerk read a petition from
Hlake & Murphy for permission to
tap the sewer in the alley in the rear
of Forty-fifth street and Kailroad av
enue. Granted on motion of Aid.
The clerk read a petition from H.
T. Stengel for permission to open the
paving at t'0:s Third avenue. Granted
on motion of Aid. Rirkel.
The clerk read a petition from the
People's Power company for permis
sion to open paved streets. Granted.
The clerk read petitions from K. K.
Lamp for permission to open paved
street at Fifth avenue near Thirty
fifth street, and on Seventeenth street
between Fifth and Sixth to make
sewer connections. Referred to the
sewer committee on motion of Aid.
The clerk read a communication
from Dr. Louis Ostrom concerning his
claim against the city for services as
oculist rendered a smaIliox patient.
Referred to the claims committee on
motion of Aid. Soderstrom.
Aid. Fckhart moved that the clerk
Ik- instructed to notify the Home
Building it Ijomii association to abate
a nuisance on Might h avenue between
Tenth anil Kleventh streets. Carried.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Willis.
H. C. SCIIAFFKK, City Clerk.
TO BE HERE TONIGHT
The Illinois board of railway and
warehouse commissioners will be in
the city this evening on their regular
tour of inspection of the lines of the
state. Vice President Greeiiough and
Supt. Sutherland, of the Peoria road,
went to Peoria today to meet them
and to accompany the members over
both the main and Mercer county
branch lines of the company today.
A REFUND OF YOUR MONEY
At the BIk Cash Department Store Young
We will give a :i0 days' sale from
May 1st to May 31st. The customer
purchasing the largest amount on
one of the 30 days (the day to be
named by a prominent citizen of Rock
Island) will be entitled to a refund
to the full amount of their purchase
on said da v. A real opportunity.
YOUNG & McCOMBS.
Deafness Cannot He Cored
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused
by an inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the eustachian tube.
When this tube gets inflamed you
have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely
closed deafness is the result, ami
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten arc caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
F. .T. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 7oe.
" Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Don't Start Wrong.
Don't start the summer with a lin
gering cough or cold. We all know
what a "summer cold" is. It's the
hardest kind to cure. Often it
"hangs on" through the entire sea
son. Take it in hand right now. A
few closes of One Minute Cough Cure
will set you right. Sure cure for
coughs, colds, croup, grip, bronchitis,
all ssrrout and lung troubles. Ab
solutely safe. Acts at once. Chil
dren like it. "One Minute Cough
Cure is the best cough medicine I
ever used," says J. H. Bowles, Grove
ton, N. H. "I never found anything
else that acted so safely and quick
ly." All druggists.
Chronic Rheumatism Cored.
Dr. II. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., says: "For several months af
ter spraining my ankle I was severely
afflicted with rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon's Mystic Cure for rheu
matism, and in 4 days could walk
without my cane; two bottles etired
me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mystic
Curo to all who are afflicted with
rheumatism." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gust Schlegel & Son, 20 West Second
A Man to the Rescue !
The Woman in Peril Rarely Finds
Help From Her Own Sex.
It is in no wise to a woman's discredit
that she is not a professional life-saver.
Ve can only fancy her in the fireman's
helmet, in the crew of the life-boat, or
wielding a policeman's club, at the loss
of some of that fineness which is the
distinguishing quality of her sex. The
Molly Pitchers and Grace Darlings are
only examples of the sublime self-for-getfulness
of women in great emer
gencies. It's much the same in other ways.
Women turn to the strength, skill and
judgment of men in the crises of life.
One .of the most common statements
made in the letters grateful women
write to Dr. Pierce, .of Buffalo, N. Y.,
is this:"! owe my life to Dr. Pierce."
These women have found themselves in
great danger. They have appealed
without avail to local physicians. They
have counseled in vain with women
advisers. Tbe best that had been done
for them was just to keep them afloat in
the sea of disease with strength visibly
failing, in the hope that the man who
had strength ana 6kill to save them
might be found.
WOMAN'S APPEAL ANSWERED.
Hundreds of thousands of women
have appealed to Dr. Pierce, for relief
from womanly ills and not one has ap
pealed in vain. The use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription supplemented by
the medical advice of Dr. Pierce has
been the means of cure to this vast army
of women suffering from diseases pecul
iar to the sex.
"I wish to tell you the benefit I re
ceived from using your remedies,"
writes Mrs. Alice Soncrant, of 261 W.
Harrison Street, Chicago, Ills. "Tvyo
years ago I was taken with a severe pain
in the left ovary and side. Tried several
different remedies, but nothing helped
me. I got so bad I could scarcely walk
across the floor or do work of any kind
One day an old neighbor lady came in
to see me, and told me to try Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. She
said she knew it would help me, as it
had saved her life. When the doctors
had given her up and said they could,
do nothing for her she said she began to
take Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription
and it cured her. So I got a bottle of
the ' Favorite Prescription and one of
'Golden Medical Discover,' andi began
taking them. Before I had taken one
bottle of each I was so much better I
could do all my own work, and that is a
good deal, as I am the mother of four
small children. Three bottles of the
Favorite Prescription and one of
Golden Medical Discovery' cured me.
X have not been sick since then. , I think
Brewed in a plant as clean as the cleanest home kitchen always open to
H your inspection 50,971 visitors last year,
u JLi a. 'If m .. HW." m I- ' WIH lA...mi
CATARRH AND ITS EVILS.
The foundation of CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, DYSPEPSIA, KIDNEY
and RLADDER TROUBLES, and nine-tenths of all other CHRONIC DIS
EASES. "More than one-tenth of all the deaths in DAVENI'OIIT and in
surrounding country due to consumption." (DAVENPORT HOARD OV
HEARTH) and most, of these due to some of the various forms of catarrh
which are curable it properly treated.
The following are a few of the many conditions due to the various foriu3
of CATARRH cured by the German-English Specialists who have the only
appliances to successfully treat this diesase.
r? r v' u
If vou suffer from any of above conditions call, at once on U German
English Specialists at 203 WEST THIRD ST R RET, DAVENPORT.
CONSULTATION AND X-RAY EXAMINATION FREE.
Chronic and Private Diseases of Men and Women a Specialty. Office sup
plied with all modern appliances. .,
your Favorite Prescription is a won
derful medicine for women."
Such cures as that of Mrs. Soncrant
are many, and they speak for the power
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
better than the most eloquent words of
praise. The test of a medicine is, what
has it done for women? By that test
"Favorite Prescription" invites wom
an's verdict. On the testimony of
trustworthy women, "Favorite Pre
scription" has saved life where physi
cians had given up all hope. It has
cured the most stubborn and obstinate
forms of womanly disease. It has ban
ished pain, restored the appetite, in
duced" refreshing sleep, given color to
the cheeks and roundness to the form.
WOMEN WHO CANNOT BE CURED.
There are few women for whom to
perfect cure is possible. The number of
such women has been reduced to a mini
mum by the practical ex
perience of Dr. Pierce. Of
the hundreds of thousands
of women who have ap
pealed to Dr. Pierce for
counsel in connection with
his " Favorite Prescrip
tion," only two in every,
hundred have failed of a
perfect and permanent
cure. But even this two
per cent, of incurables
have gratefully recorded a
great improvement in their
condition; relief from pain
and a restoration to family
No sick woman .should
be discouraged bv her con-
rz- dition, no matter how long
standing Her ailment may
be, or how utterly all other
means and medicines have
failed to cure. The great
er number of cures effect
ed by "Favorite Prescrip
tion" are cures of chronic
and complicated diseases
which have baffled the
skill of local ph3sicians
and proved intractable to
all other treatment.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong and sick
women well. It establishes regularity,
dries disagreeable and weakening drains,
heals inflammation and ulceration, and
cures female weakness. It is the great
est preparative for maternity, giving
womanly health and strength and mak
ing baby's advent practically painless.
A GREAT FREE OFFER.
Sick women are invited to consult
Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All corres
pondence is held in sacred confidence,
and womanly confidences are guarded
by strict professional privacy. Address
Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
There is no similar offer of free con
sultation by letter or free medical advice,
which has behind it an institution such
as the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In
stitute, Buffalo, N. Y., to which for over
thirty years Dr. Pierce has been chief
consulting physician, assisted by a med
ical staff of nearly a score of specialists
in the treatment and cure of womanly
diseases. "Favorite Prescription" contains no
alcohol, neither opium, cocaine, nor any
other narcotic. It is purely a vegetable
preparation and cannot disagree with
the weakest constitution.
Some dealers for the sake of the little
more profit paid by inferior prepara
tions, will try and sell the customer a
substitute for "Favorite Prescription"
as being "just as good." "Just as
good " medicines do not have the cures
to their credit which make women hail
"Favorite Prescription" as a "Godsend
to women." Don't barter the substance
for the shadow.
IT WIU, SURPRISE YOU
to see the great medical work which Dr.
Pierce gives free to women. This great
work, the People's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser, containing 1008 large pages
and 700 illustrations is sent free on re
ceipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing
only. Send 21 one-cent slumps for th
book in paper-covers, or 31 stamps for
the volume bound in durable cloth. Ad-
dress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Ringing Noises in Ears,
Discharges from Ears,
Hawking and Spitting,
Inability to breathe through the Nose
Dryness of the Throat,
Crusts forming in Nose and Throat,
Shortness of breath,
Pain in Head and Eyes,
Redness and Watering of Eyes,
Pain in Lungs and Chest,
Pain in Stomach,
P.elehing of Gas from Stomach.
Tain in back due to Catarrh of Kid
neys and Bladder.