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TH-E ABGUS, THXJUSDAY, APBIL 28, 1904.
Fair tonight and Friday;
J. 31. SHEBIER,
Temperature at 7 a.m. 46;
at 2:30 p. m. 02.
Call for the new Kins-hip.
Hois' slices at Dolly P.ro
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
Buy a home of I'eidy Bros.
Attend Iape-Waters" shoe s-ule.
At ton'! I-iie-Waters' !i'w sale.
Attend I-i ye-Waters" t-hoe salt.
Attend Iajrc-Waters shoo salo.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Sprinj. handle brooms at Shields.
Ijiw-Wators for bargains in slu.es.
For bus, baggage. express, call Robb's.
Spencer & Trefz for "bus or express.
l'reh fi.-li at Schroeier's tomorrow.
?J for lailio-." oxf ris at Adams.
Tin and furnace work at Hilcher's.
"0-ooi.t broom. iu cents, at Wcck
el.. $..) for $3..V ladies' shoes at Ad
No place like Adam- for real har-
For real estate and insurance. E. J.
I'ino assortment of men's shoes at
Atten-l tl:o .-j-ci:iI sale at I-ayc-Wators.
f.lub lbn. .alinon only "0 cents at
Fancy : t ra vv bcrrie
Weckels. JMentv of fresh lisl
at Ilo.i Bros
(Jet lour misses shoes for $1.40
(ladiolus and lily-of-t he-valley bulbs
atYotine; & McCciiilis'.
(iladi' liis and lily-of-t he-valley bulbs
at VoiinA- MoCoinbs.
4'. cents for T.l-cent values in chil
dren" shoe.-, at Adam.
lTo:: Sfi-iiii'l avenue is the number ol
l.a;.re-Vators .-lmc store.
in t your .1.." misses sho-s, It; to
f'lY $1 a pair, at Adams.
First e!ass dressmaking. Kcasonablc
prices. ;it 1 '. 1 t 1 on rt h avenue.
Ice. cream and ice t-ream soda at
Petersen's, IP, 14 Third avenue.
(ief one of those handsome souven
irs at l.nro-V .'iters' shoe store.
I)on"t foftret tin- i(eniii :iini
$18 Sihs for
It did not take us
long to buy these
fine suits at the Re-
duced prices it did
$ not take our cus
$ tomers long to grab
them at the prices
we are selling peo
ple know a good
thing when they see
We have just re
ceived another lot of
those fine, beautiful
ly tailored suits
which we place on
$18 values for
$15 values for
Weare showing a.n
excellent line of Men's
cxll-tjejool suits ta.t
188.8.131.52 c 10
baseball at the Twelfth street park
Have you ordered your gas stove? I
see the Peoples Power company.
See the elegant line of oxfords at
I.a jre-Waters", 1703 Sewond avenue.
Kleiant line of ladies oxfords for
$2 at Lag-e-Waters Shoe company's.
Call at Lag-e-Waters' and see the
fine line of shoes they are .showing1.
Walline : Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new oS4.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 233
Pocket books with every purchase of
$2 or over at Lag-e-Waters Shoe com
pany's. Two dozen penknives at cents each
while they last, at Summers closing
Only two more tlays of the closing;
out sa'e j"sitio!y closes Saturday
All kinds of potted plants in bloom,
Friday ypeoial 3 cents each, at Young
All kinds of potted plants in bloom,
Friday special j cents each, at Young
L MeCom b:.
Don't forget the opening game of
baseball at the Twelfth street park
Double oen four-hole gas stoves $13
each. Connections made free. Peo
ple's Power company.
Hod Cross Ball Blue should be in
every house. Ask your grocer for it.
Large 2 oz. package only 3c.
Ladies' patent colt button oxfords
ami a pocket book all for $- at Lage
Wa tors', 1703 Second avenue.
Ail up-to-date housekeepers use Bed
Cross? Ball Blue. It makes clothes clean
and sweet as when new. All grocers.
flo with the crowd to the opening
game of the Three-I'ye league at the
Twelfth street park tomorrow after
noon. Ask lour neighbor about that gas
stove she bought last summer. Then
come and see us. People's Power
Bargain in good upright piano; oak
case. Inquire at I'oe.sler's storage
warehouse. :(. Fifteenth street, or
room '.IS, Mitchell & Lynde building.
('alcs.hurg yesterday authorized by
vote the issiiinir of SlOD.noo bonds for
the purpose of rebuilding the high
school that was recently d stroved by
io with the crowd to the opening
game of the Three-Kye league at the
Twelfth street park tomorrow after
Box by "Never Tear" silks. 3S cents
per yard. I'nlimitod guarantee. See
window. For sale only at Young S:
I Mr. and Mrs. John Brand. I'M 2 Klin
I si root, have welcomed a new daugh-
,'ter to their home. The little lady is
an l i-poiimier.
Friday, from s to 1o a. m.. 2 yards
ilG-inch wide bleached f ruit-of-the-loom
muslin for $1. None to children.
No telephone orders. Young A: Mc
Combs. Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved his of
fice and residence to -til '- Twentieth
street. He will be pleased to prompt
ly attend calls day or night. Both
Perhaps mhi neglected to repaint
your lawn aud porch furniture when
you put it away last fall. Do it now
and have them ready. The right paint
at Daiid Don's.
Household paint, for little paintings
about the house, in convenient sized
packages are wonderfully effective
and easily applied. Ask for sample
card at David Don's.
Why buy mining stock? Let me put
vim in on a ground floor proposition
in the famous Bowerman Colorado
g'dd field. Lon L. Trout, care D. W.
Council, 4i Seventh avenue.
See ICock Island and Cedar I'apids
play the c polling game of the season
at Twelfth street park tomorrow af
ternoon. Bleuer's band will be in at
tendance, (iame called at .'':10.
See Koek Island and Cedar Kapids
I play the opening game of the season
jat Twelfth street park tomorrow af
ternoon. Bleuer's band will be in at
tendance, (iame called at l!:r!0.
A lartfo representation of the fair
sex will be present at the opening
game of the Three-Ke league base
ball season at the Twelfth street park
tomorrow afternoon, drum- called at
Stock shippers from this vicinity
suffered heavily from the slump in the
cattle ujatket at Chieago yesterday.
Total receipts ol Xl.non head caused a
falling off on the average of "JO cents
Mrs .tones never could understand
why she could not keep a cook. Last
summer she had a gas stove put in.
The cook she employed last June is
still with the family. See the Peopled
The Social Four were entertained
hist evening at the home of Charles
Coyne. 415 Nineteenth street. Kuchre
was played. Mr. Coyne and .1. F. lin
dinger defeating II. P.. Simmon anil
Aid. William Trefz.
A larye representation of the fair
sex will bo present at the opening
game of the Three-l'ye loagiu base
ball season at the Twelfth street park
tomorrow afternoon, flame called at
The will of the late tiebhard Baible.
of this city, was probated in the
county court yotcrttay. The estate,
which is valued at $.ooo, is distribu
ted among the children and grand
child. The will is dated May 11, 1".I0.
John J, Lines, instructor in vocal
culture, choral work and artistic fring
ing, (pupil of the famous master, J.
Harvey Wheeler, of New York City),
will be at his- Hock Island studio, 816
Twenty-third street, two days weekly,
Friday and Saturday. Special rates will
be given during' spring1 and summer.
Those desiring membership in his vo
cal class or choral club address studio
os Hotel Harms.
There will be a good time social to
night at the Memorial Christian
church. A good program has been
prepared, assisted by the Moline Con
cert orchestra. Everybody is cordial
ly invited. A free will offering will be
Grand opening Saturday and Sun
day at 1003 Second avenue, with a first
class thining parlor and billiard and
pool rfnm. Shine, only 3 cents. Ail
the "shiners" are entitled to a flower.
Call and inspect our place. Teros &
When you buy your gas stove keep
an account with jour fuel bill of last
summer. The gas stove is a money
saver in addition to saving the dis
comforts and inconvenience of a wood
or coal stove. The People's Power
company will furnish you the stove.
Do you remember how you laughed
when Newburg said he would run a
lKat down the incline at the Watch
Tower? People at all the principal
cities of the world have laughed at
that boat since then. Come to Schuet
zen park and have a good laugh at the
model of Newburg's airship. It looks
funnier than the boat did.
The Rock Island Club and Central
bowling teams are to have another
match this evening. It is to be played
at the Central alloys on Second ave
nue, beginning at t o'clock. In a for
mer match the club team won. The
losers are to pay for a supper for the
whole party. Sperry. Price. Denk
mann, Kyster and Johnson will com
pose the club team, and Weston. Dol
ly. Thorns. Carlson and Karl Tarbox
the Central team.
The Silver Cross circle of King's
Daughters, assisted by the In His
Name circle, will give a "Fete of the
Nation's" tomorrow evening at Math's
hall for the benefit of charity. Fol
lowing is the program to be render
ed during the evening: Sony. Axei
Dunderberg; violin solo, Ruth Hcmen-
ivay: song, llalhe Met rory;. piano
quartet, Marian MoCandloss, Mabel
Bruner. Cora (Jaetjer, Alice (iuyer;
song, liny Aii'iersoin .tter tne pro
gram refreshments will be served-at
the different booths.
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called 3:30
"Licensed to fffd
Alien C. Blair Rock I
Miss Sadie Adelia Hillier
Charles A. Ydeen Rock Island
Miss Mildred Osterinan Rock Island
James M. Wier, .1 r. ... Muscat ine, Iow a
Miss Mabel MeManns
. Muscatine. Iowa
Samuel J. Maxwell Port Byron
Mrs. Jane O. Rose Port Byron
Krie Carlson Hampton
Miss Jessie Sawyer Rock Island
IHamonrl Muln ly Klertrlolty.
Tile recent experiments in making
diamonds by elect rieity was a success.
The manufactured gems are not imi
tations, but genuine diamonds made
under the same conditions that nature
employs, that is. heat and pressure,
and these are obtained hi means of
the electric furnace. If the stomach
is weal-, the liver and kidneys inac
tive, the conditions are contrary to
nature, and the only way to restore
them to a normal condition is to re
sort to nature's best remedy. lies tet
ter's Stomach Pit tors. Then you not
only obtain a safe medi'dne, but the
best ever compounded. It never fails
in cases of insomnia, dizziness, ner
vousness, indigestion, dyspepsia, bil
iousness, kidney ailments, la grip,
colds? or spring fever. You only need
one bottle to oonvince you of its value.
Cot it today from your driiirsrist.
Solatlr Rheumatism Cnred.
I have been subject to sciatic rheu
matism for years," says V.. H. Wald
ron, of Wilton Junction, la. "My
joints wore stiff and gave nie much
pain and discomfort. My joints would
crack when I would straighten up.
I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
have been thoroughly cured. Have not
hail a pain or ache from the old trou
ble for many months. It is certainly
a most wonderful liniment." For sale
by all druggists.
The Rxt Family Sal re.
De Witt's Witch Hazel gives in
stant relief from burns, cures cuts,
bruises, sores, eczema, teter and all
abrasions of the skin. In buying
Witch Hazel it is only necessary to see
that you get the genuine DeWitt's and
a cure is certain. There are many
cheap counterfeits on the market, all
of which are worthless, and quite a
few are dangerous, while DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve is perfectly harm
less and cures. Sold by all druggists.
Everybody Lauighs Wheal
Good Vision is No
Pilany Readers of This Article Can See
Kind or Another
The eye is the only organ in the entire body that is capable of overcoming its own fe foots, temporarily, and in order to overcome these defects it
robs some other organ of its proper supply of "nerve force" and the parts thus robbed become weak and afflicted aud are unable to properly per
form their work. The eyes by continuing this robbing process are able to carry on their work and perforrrPt heir duties and you see plainly, not
knowinsr that they are the cause of your trouble, but when the nerve supply begins to fail it manifests itself in poor vision, crosscyos, granulat
ed lids, styes and many other derangements such as
Constipation, Indigestion, Dyspepsia., Stomach Trouble, Femeile Trouble, St. Vitas
Dance, Epilepsy fiea.daiches, Etc.
You have doctored, used patent me.lieines. foods, and tried treatments too numerous to mention and received no benefit. Why? Because they did
not remove the cause of your trouble. WE REMOVE THE CAUSE AXi NATl'RK CL'RES. WE PERFORM M OPERATION'S." XOR DO WE I SK
Do Yovi Know the Ceruse of Your Trovible ?
Epilepsy and St.
Vita.s Dance are
SEND US EVERY CASE OF
THESE TROUBLES, AND WE
CARE XOT HOW SEVERE, AND
IF WE DO XOT REMOVE THE
CAUSE OF YOUR TROUBLE. IT
WILL COST YOU XOTHIXC.
We HaLve Done It For Others, We Can Do
Call and let us prove to you that your eyes are
We can do you no harm. We have proved it to
can prove it to you.
JR. G. EJ. SHOOT,
Only Office in the
g J3he Stage.
April ::). "OI OIm.ii.
April LM-M:i :L Flora Di-Vo-s Rrp--rtoir
M.iv 0. Viola Allfn, in "Twtlfth
Tlic Illinois offers for four nights.
-ommeiK'inr m-xt Sunday, the popu
lar Flora iH'Vuss company, support
ing Miss Ruby Rotnour, juvenile star,
ami the wtcran actor, Edwin P.rink,
in a repertoire of scenic successes.
The management of Ihe company has
spared no pains or expense this sear-on.
and has surrounded these two
popular favorites with a strong cast.
Much has been said of the success of
"The Royal Chef." playing at the La
Salle theatre. Chicago. Kittle can be
:-aid of the opera comine that woulil
"ot be a repetition of the many -od
things that hae been said by every
theatrical critic in Chicago, and by
:ill who have seen the play. It lias
I cen everywhere conceded that "The
Royal Chef" has bettered, by far, any
"tiler piece of its kind in the last few
years. The best evidence i the fact
that the I .a Salle has turned away at
rich performance more people than
would aaiu fill the house. Since the
peiiine; iiiiiht March "S there has not
been a performance that every seat
in the lioti-e has not been sold. That
i; has met the public demand for
.-oinethiny rood is shown by the fact
stated. It is indeed tilling a much
needed want in the amusement licld.
Dave I4'vvis as lleinrich I.amphansei
i, addin"- new comedy to his part and
assumes his (ierman role naturally.
Florence Holliook. the dainty little
comedienne. i charming as Princess
Teto. Amoiif the others who have
made a distinct hit in the play are
J'.Janche Hi inan. Maude Alice Kelly,
Raymond Stevens, .lames C. Marlovv.
Cecil Lean, Helena McDonald, .Joe Al
h n and Mat C. Woodward. Many of
the sontrs siiny in "The Royal Chef"
have loiiir since bet n whistled in the
Evidence multiplies that Mis Viola
Mien has achieved an enormous hit
as "Viola" in "Twelfth Niht." which
is to be presented in this city May '.
"Walsinirham." the brilliant Washing
ton correspondent of the Huston Her
ald, teleprraphs his paper to the fol
!'vinj effect: "It was at an open air
performance 'in the grounds of Castle
Point, that metropolitan lovers of tin
stone first eaujrht a glimpse of the
-pecial tilmss of Viola Allen f'i
Shakespearean c haracter. To le sure,
she then acted Celia in the al fresco
representation of 'As You Like It' anct
not the heroine, tut never was there a
and Never Think that
Do You Believe Your Eyesj
As few people know the capacity of the!
eyes to disturb the delicate balance of the!
nervous system, they
with doubt and ridicule because they never
'before heard of such claims.
Tri-Cities Devoted Exclusive
Celia so sympathetic as this one. The
same, verdict, immeasurably strength
ened, may he passed upon Miss Al
len's impersonation of Viola. The
great charm of her Viola lies in the
fact of the seeming spontaneity that
is the highest proof of skill and in
the fact that she has found a cleai
and distinct conception of the charac
ter as a whole and of the meaning and
significance of every line. Theatre
goers will not need to be reminded of
thi" quality here described as womanli
ness that always distinguished Miss
Allen's personality; there is something
wholesome, sincere ati l earnest in that
personality; something that inspires
respect and consideration, a quality
at. once elusive anil tangible, some
thing more than mere magnetism. Yet
magnetism she pi -ssesses an! in no
instance has it been shown so clearly
as in Viola. Such shouts of laughter
as cclio through t he theatre during
the scenes between the rovsterers nun
eavesdroppers. have been seldom
heard in an up-to-date farce comedy.
At the end of the great third act, in
which Viola passes from grave to gay.
gives Olivia her quietus with a rose,
and hammers Sir Andrew with a
sword, the enthusiasm of the audi
ence finds vent in clamorous ap
plause. No more beautiful scenes
than those leading from the sea coast
of Illyria through Oisini s palace to
Olivia's garden, have ever graced our
The Des Moines Capital of Tuesday.
March 'S2. said of the pe rforma nee of
"Ole Olson," which is to be presented
at the Illinois Saturday : ''There was
no mistaking the fact that 'Ole Olson'
was a genuine Swede. Those who saw
him at the (Irani! last night recogniz
ed the naturalness of the part even
before they read his name on the pro
gram. P.rattstrom is the name, and
he looked if. What's more, he acted
it, and, to go still further, lie gave as
good or better interpretation fit the
historical Swedish chiiracter than was
ever witnes.-e l here before."
April '7.- Otto X. Carlson to Emil
Da hi berg, lot H. block 11s. New Shops
add.. East Moline. $ .tc.
!oot for ClilMrrti
The pleasant to lake and h.-'in ok
One Minute Cough Cure gives immedi
ate relief in all cases of cough, croup
and In grip because it does not pass
immediately into the stomach, but
takes effect right at the seat of the
trouble. It draws out the inflamma
tion, heals and soothes and cures
permanently by enabling the lungs to
contribute life-giving and life-sustaining
oxygen to the blood and tissues.
One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to
take and it is good alike to young- and
old. Sold by all druggists.
Proof of Good Eyes
Plainly, Yet they Suffer From Ills of One
Their Eyes Are the Cause-Yet They Are.
Not. We Do.
receive these facts!
EYE AND NER.VE SPECIALIST.
Cor. 3rd Ave. I7th St. Over Tremann's Market.
to the Cure of the Eye and Fitting of Glasses
BIG EUSH NOW ON.
The Sale of the Cordc' Stock. Davenport.
In I'rovlnir Winner.
Crowds are in attendance and have
been 6vv slfice the doors opened on
the first day of the great furniture
sale of the Conies estate. This sale
is in tlic hands of Stevens A- Co., who
are adjusting differences. People are
coming from miles around to take
advantage of the peculiar circum
stances which throw the stock on the
market almost at Hie mercy of the
eager buyers who are supplying their
needs for some time to come. It is
one of the most remarkable events
that, has ever transpired in local mer
(i. I-. Stevens, representing Stevens
iV Co., of Chieago, is in personal chargi
to look after the interests of the firm,
and expresses himself as highly pleas
ed with the hearty manner in which
Ihe' public is responding to his plain
jili. posit ion to save them money on
staple goods while matters are being
adjusted. He has shown his apprecia
tion by ordering a deep cut on the en
tire stuck, which must be sold very
rapidly to obtain the required amount
of money to adjust matters.
This sale will continue until the ad
justment is coin pli-t ed. The phenome
na! bargains offered doubtless will
maintain the interest and cause people
to supply their needs for some time to
At tlie record-breaking sale you can
supply yoim-elf with furniture, car
pets, matting, linoleum, an I in fai t
anything cariicd in a lir.-t class fur
nitiile store at second hand prices. It
is now house cleaning time; time to
throw out the old furniture and install
new at such remarkably low figures.
A (ireat Hennatlnn.
There was a big sensation in Leos
ville, Ind., when W. II. I'.rovvn of that
place, who was expected to die, had
his life saved by Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. He writes: "I
endured insufferable agonies from as
thma, but your New Discovery gave
me immediate relief and soon there
after effected a complete cure." Simi
lar cures of consumption, pneumonia,
bronchitis' and grip are numerous.
It's the peerless remedy for all throat
and lung troubles. Price .Vic, and $.
Oua ran feed by Hart t I'llemeyer,
druggists. Trial bottle free.
A Cure fur ifeariaehe.
Any man, woman or child suffering
from headache, biliousness or a dull,
drowsy feeling should take one or
two of DeWitt's Little Early Risers
night and morning. These famous lit
tle pills are famous because they are a
tonic as well as u pill. While they
cleanse the system they Mrengthen
anl rebuild it by their tonic effect
upon the liver and bowels. Sold by
MEDICI XE OR PAIN. WE
USE NO III I N; IX THE EVE,
SO THERE IS NO I'll I NO TO
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE.
It' For You.
OblcaRo, April 38 . Following are tbe open
ing, btgtieit. lowest and clotinc quotalioas
la today'! market:
May, M: Hs4
Julv. KH W. Kt. Xt'
Sept., 7vtJ ; mjA; 7W; nt.
May. i'- 4V "
July 4X: 4W ; 4H; 4H
Sept., 4MV 4l. 4HH,; 4H'.
May. 40J4: 40V
Julv. 3? : mi's ; 87 - ; :
Sept., 31 31-; 3l-?.
May. 1115: 12 27: It Oft: 11. nr.
July, 12 47. 13R.V 1-' 25: IS 25.
Sept . 12.55; 12.55; 12.42; 12 4J.
May. H0. 8 M0; 8 72 fl.72
July. 62: 7.i)i)-: 6 H7; 6X7.
Sept.. 7 13; 7 12; 7.00; 7.UL
May. 8.55- 8 55; 6 15: 8 5ft
July. 6.70- 0.72: B 57. 6.C0
Sept , 6.82; 6.87; 6.70: 0 70.
Receipts today: Wneat K. corn l.V). cm
38, nug 30,000; cattle b 000. Nheep lO.ooo.
Hog market opened weak to 5c lower.
Llftnt. 4bft44 9i: mixed uu ontca
rrn. 4na-Y0-.i: good Heavy, I4.60&5.05 rougn
heavy tt 60&4I 85.
Cattle market opened slow
Sbeep market opened steady.
nil lon stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Uor market slow and 5c lower.
Mrht. H55&1W); mtxed and outcnera. i.W
C' Oft; Rood neavy, ll.tvK2l5.o5; rougn ncavy.
Cattle market Mow.
Meeves i t 25&S5.70, rows and tirlfern I.3S
etU.hO, mockers and feeders IJ 30(tf 1 ..V), Tex ah
Steers 3.4' 4.70.
Sneep market steaily.
Hog market closed slow.
Lignt. 11 .v,ai 05; mixed and butchers 1 1 v
C500; rood Heavy, 11600505; rougb ncavy,
Cattle market closed slow and weak.
Sbeep market closed steady.
New York Htoecs.
New York. April : Tne following are toe
closing Quotations on tbe New York stock
Suftarl27i. Oas97. C. K I.&.P. 21. Soutii
em PaciUc 4K. if. & o. 7v . Atchison com
mon 73 , Atchison pld. !'.C. M & St. I
I41S. Manhattan H2'4. ropjier 4s. W. II
Tel. Co. K7V I. iL N I07, c. A A. K1r
common 44V Can. Pacific II7H. leather. com.
mon li. K T. n; Pari tic Mail ( .
S. Steel pld. L6, V. S. Steel common iu.
Penua. 118. Mo. Pacific 92. Union Paclilc
W'-4. coal and Iron 3", Krie common t-,
Wabash pfa. 3s. Car foundry 1M, C.
W. 16'4. Ken. Steel pfd., Kep. Steel cora-
mon . New York Central 116, Illinois
LrOOAI. MARKET OOITDITIOKB.
Today's Uaotatlna on Provisions. .lvt
Stock. Feed Ml ruL
Bock Island, April 2. Following axe the
wholesale quotations on the local market:
Hotter Creamery Jicc, dairy 9c
Krr Fresh 11c.
J-lve poultry Spring chickens 10c it
pound nens 10c per pound, turkeys lie,
docks 10c, geese Wc
vegfciiDies Potatoes. 11 uniocs i..- to rz.
Cattle-Steers 1.1.50 to t so. rois a nil
De'.fers 12.00 to ll.oo, calves U.00 to IVM)
Hors Mixed ana butchers ll s to .- ii
SneeD Ycarlines or over. 13.60 10 t'1'11.
Umbs 11.00 to 15 50
Food and FoeL
Grain Corn 52 to 55c; oats. 44c.
For are Timothy hay 110.50 to 112; prairie
IV to iu.50, straw se.50
Wood Hard, per load 15 50
Coal Lumn. ber bushel He. slack, ler