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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, DECEHBCK 7, 1896.
8TATB Or ILLrSOH. 1
KocX ISLAND Covin. I
Id the circuit eoort. Jacnity term. ISO.
Mir; Hooda'a n. Alexaider Uoodals, lit chan
cery Affidavit of noo-reldenre of Alexander Hcod
aK the above nefeniatit, havrn? been filed in the
krk otaee of the cir-mitcoort of taid county, -tice
ia thcref e hereby r,iven to the pa d non-res!
d-ntdcfcnJint tru.t the complainant filed ner bill
of romnlainl in a d eoart,n th-r chancery side
ibcre-f. on tt.eilith day of Sovrmon, IM6,
and that theruup-in a uimop isaned ont of ml 1
conrt, wben-iii ra'-d suit ie now pending, rriurn
ab'e on the firet tlftuiav in the mor.th of
Januir lit it, aa ty law. required. Cow,
nle? yju, the aiu non-reMdvnt defen .
ant al.ore naned ebai perponalir hs and
a pillar before Mid circuit court, on ihe flrrt day
f t the next term thereof, to be buiden ai
Rot I t nil 'nand f-T the conn', on bi
Brat Wor day in J.oaar, ni-xt, ar.d p't-ad. answer
or demur tn the raid romrjainan'.' Dill of cnu
plaint, the Mine and the njatttf aid thinf
then-in el are 1 and it&led w:!l be takrn cor,
fcs.4d, ar.d a decree entered apainH you aecord
ne l.i the prser of said hill.
Ornm.r W. 0r.i Clerk.
J. M. Rnmis'.KT, 'nmpialnam'a coLclor.
K a Llano, II'.. Nor , 2S, IS..
BTATS OIT IUJNOIS,
In the Circuit court. Sf ptcmber term, A. D
M . M Sturgeon t. Patrick Giegr Bofeeas, !u
nMavit of tha ron-resldence of Potties
Gr.-i;: Hotter, tne above di'.-fdant, that hi
pliw of reridonen ie unknown and that n; on due
acd dil t'-ntitiqalry em not be ascertained, harms
been 8 in the cicrk'a offlre of the circuit
C UK i f (Did county, notice is therefore here
by even tn U-e said n-in-reslderit defendant,
t at tho romplain!rt tiled h'.a bill ol com
plain' in the mid court on the chancery M-'e
tte cof or. the 15'fc diy of Ansur-t. A. I. 18t4,
ar.d that enmniona was lamed tnereon ont of
a:d court, whi rein Paid enit is now pending.
tei.imaMe on the linn Mmday in the month cl
Junna-y rest, a iw by law required.
Now, url'H you, the ea.d non-reaicent de
fend ant ahovo named, Patrick Grtaj Bog
re, ahiil rnr.ai;f be and spuar before
the fad circnlt conrt on the Unit day of the
iiext t rm thrcof. to be l.olden at Rork Ilaul,
in and for raid coutty, on the fijvt M' nciay It
Jar-ua-y iitxt, ard p!cid, a:iaer or domnx
o the i conipl dnant'a bill rfcotnplaint, the
Bint- aod the mutters therein charged nd stated
win b? taken a? ennftrsed and a decree enten-d
gaits' you atCvrdi: s to the prayer of (aid tiii
Crones W. Gaibli, Clerk.
Rock Ialtnl, HI., Sept. SS.lB.fl.
Ftueokoh Jt Kariball, Complainant' Polkllort
Judkon Sc Hurst,
Attorney a at L:w.
t ffico la Rjek Ieltnd yational back bnl-dlDK.
D awiuar o t, waz.cx
Sweeney fc Walker,
Attorneys and Counocllora tX Law
OSee is Beruritoo block.
Charles J. Se&rle,
Attorney at Law.
I .oca': baalnf" of all k!r.d prontp'ly atten'-f
to. etate Aticmey of ttcck leland cocnli
(tCo. Poilofflco block.
BZoEniry Sc MoXlxilry.
Attorneys at Law.
Lou mnue on good ceenitjt ntce wile:
ii'm. Reference, K'.tchell lycde, bantari
t bice, Poetofflc block.
Sr. Jobxi . 13awl!orti
e Dental ration, creer Darts A Ultemetr i
I nur atora, Tblrd aveaoa ar.d Tiitlat!k t'at,
letaet apyolntniauW fot akllial dental work
Dr. J. D. UnanicBt,
Office, Boom SJ, Wtittaker Block, Ct rner Thlrf
ai.d lirady true la, Uayeniort.
The Ghas. 21. Robertaon,
Eye, Ear, Koae and Throat Only
Offloe, WtllUkar B'ock,ajQthwettorraar ThlrJ
and Brady itraeta, EaTenport, Iowa. Booma 1
and 1. Hour: I to 11 a. m 1 to 4 p. m.
BRACK a BXKW
Arohlteots and Snparlntendenta.
Iloom E, Mitchell Lyade ImliiUnt. Saconr
GEO- P. 1TATJDTJHAB
Plans and anperintendenee for all
I atldmc. Booms in Unratl block.
Henry Gaetje, Prop.
tat Flcwot" and Design cf al
i lty aioia, second aveaao. TaMphono WW.
Nl J. Bui.
Buy. Sell a&d Manage
property. Collect Rents
The eld fire and time
trU'd cojT:panys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company"
yor Palrtmay is BcUc".w4
Offic 1850, Second A v. .
Travelers shndder with horror at the
thouzlit of the train-wrecker who stealthilv
tmdermir.es the supports of a railway bridge
and precipitates a passenger train with its
load of precious human freight to a horn
lile death by fire and water. There is a
deadlier enemy than the train-wrecker thai
menaces not only travelers but stay -at -homes.
Ifc name is indigestion. It slowly
undenninos the supports that hold up the
bridse of life and yearly precioitates untold
thousands into the dread valley of consump
tion. If people will only take the right pre
caution they can avoid this calamity and
even remedy it after it has occurred if they
will act in time.
All cases of indigestion and everv disease
that has its inception in indigestion or faulty
nutrition are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It cures 98 per cent of
all cases of consumption. It cures wasting
diseases. It is an unfailing remedy for nerv
ous prostration. 11 is we Treat Diooa-maker,
fiesu-builaer. ana nerve tonic. Thousands
have testified to its merits. There is nothing
else "just as good." Druggists sell it.
I bee leave to in form vou." writ.- un t
She'.v, of No. 1701 Thomas Place, Minneapolis,
Minii.. "that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical iiis.
covery cured mv trouble in my neck Goitre. It
wrni aw.i id mice mjniia. Alinesmn Dottle
it hefcan to grow smaller. Before, it had erown
larger very perceptibly. I am very grateful for
Health v babies. Healthy mother. Healthv
f.ither. These are what von find in the homes
that have a copy of Dr. Pierce's Common
hense S'.cuical Adviser, bend at one-cent
stamps, to cover cost of mailing only, to
World's Dispeusary Medical Association,
uu:iaio, -. x. v-ioia oinair.g, 31 sumps.
Wi i who
$ SUFFER I
A ' Mt.' J
' should seek sums relief
where this one found it. (
1 hare bfn ftlmnrt an rcTrt fr tw1ve
yMra. Ben tntU .j fur phyticans and m
trviisc for my haltli. wlifn I found jmnt not
dm, 1 iwl tw luvnths treatment attd am BOW
cajoling bttr health than ever before.
MRS. M. WHITXaB, PitUharf. Tex.
DISEASES OF WOMEN
in nil thrir forms and complications. ieM
irompllv to Wild Olive local treatments
ad Mrrtle Tonic conatitational nrme-r
ly. IVice $1 each. A
i tiiuum'is 01 irsumomais iro?n xnote a
who had tried remedies and ptayKici.tm w
pare the discorerr of a physician xt-hwc
f do what no other treatment will. Kciici J
in six hour?.
? C A MtiT Tf YnU ta nloil , if
iiiie was nevoica lotnejwnicct. inrvti-i v
written, instrnctive treat
ise. will be Ct"nT3 bv onr agent cr
l.rw.trdtd xl-l-r ery where Q
-r pcnti to ns lor tncm. a stt
VICTOn MEDICAL ASS'K,
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1113 TtdrtyHiavanth HU. KxkrXaUa
We are sb owing oar
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Prod Woltman, Jewebr.
Keiiab.'e Qccd at
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WWvt .N-:4ll.rcs. Imra-it. i .-v
Waariug d !:. e an.1 ail efliwia ot alf-aae of
er.-s and indivrvuop. KesvTea Ixiat VlialUT.
ruiiin Mrmory. Waidn ofT Insanity
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en h.Tia t ITAI.IS. nor.ibcr. O .n If rarriMl in
.STiTCet'i- T nia'1 ('"OIW rkf.'W
J"rf5.Ci with ag.iarant. to I an or ttefond
ji..t,.. , iivuiv rree. Aatra
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For sale bv V-in A riw , u. a
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are the most fatal of -al
FOLEY'! KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remed)
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physician!
as the best for Kidney
Price soc aed ti.j,
GOES AFTER HELP.!
Maceo Smashes the Trocha on a
SEEDS AID IS FHTAB DEL 10,
And Goes Himself to Fetch It Story Sent
from Key West Coming from Spniat
Officer Desperate Ibattle in the Hills
According to Latest ltoports Kamor
That Maceo Has Wcyler Surrounded and
Will Try to Capture lliiu.
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 7: A special
to The Citizen from Key West.
says: A Spanish officer who passed
through on the Olivette remits that
General Maceo with a band of 600 men
succeeded in breaking; through the
trocha and v.111 meet General Ma
ceo In the Havana province. Ma-
ceo's left General Klo Hivcro In
charge of his forces in Finar del Rio
province. Maceo goes to (tet the as
sistance of Gomez to help the insur
gent army in Pinar del Rio. From
passengers on the Olivette details of
the successful raid cf the insurgents
on Guanabacoa. across the bay from
Havana, were received. The raid took
place on Tuesday night and the Span
ish outposts near Havana and Mariane
have been at attacked nightly since.
The greatest of excitemc-tit $till exists
in Havana and all of the1 suburbs of
the city. In Tuesday's raid the insur
gents captured a, large of number of
American packrmules nnd a dozen
horses, all ready to go to the assistance
of Weyler. a large amount of saddles
and provisions and munitions cf war.
About forty-six houses were burned.
The attacking party rode into the city
and took charge. The commander has
been severely reprimanded for his
1'eebie resistance. Hundreds cf families
tire leaving Guanaiiacca f r Havana.
fonie Real Kiprlitiiir; TtcpnrtEU
A most important and terrible battle
Is reported in a private letter to have
occurred at Palaclos. in the province of
Finar del Kio. It is nr-iorted that great
forces of insurgents, strongly fortified
on the Torro heights, were attacked l7
a Spanish column. Fierce fighting.
cannonading and musketry continued
all day, the insurgents ibravely defend
ing their stronghold. TSie troops were
unable to capture the fortifications
that day, and both sides sustained a
Ere .t loss. The next day the Spanish
colunms were reinforced by General
Inclan, who renewed th- attack. The
Spanish troops were determined to take
the stronghold, and simultaneously ad
vanced upon the fortifications. The in
surgents were finally dilodc;ed from
their position, their loss being fully 200.
It is said that the S;iani?h troops lost
Heavy Losses on ISoth idea.
The mortality was very great on both
sides, but it is said that more cf the
insurgents were killed proportionately
than of the Spaniards. So fierce has
been the fighting' In this vicinity that
the living have been unable to make
adequate provision for the burial of the
dead, and in consequence the stench
which arises from the field of carnage
is said to be terrible in the extreme.
The steamer Triton which was expect
ed to leave Saturday was hurriedly
dipatched Friday to Bahia Honda. On
this account many believ the reports
widely circulated to the effect that on
the night of Dec. 3 sounds of musketry
and artillery were heard in that vicin
ity. In official circles it is claimed that
no news of an engagement has been
MACEO HAS WETLER SCRROCXDED.
Insurgents Swarm Over Havana Province
and Give Spaia Much Trouble.
Jacksonville Fla., Dec. 7. A special
to The Citizen from Key West says:
The steamer Whitney brought Havana
news yesterday morning in relation to
Maceo and Weyler. Passengers state
that Weyler himself is now encamped
ten miles from Artemisa, and his arrny
is "scattered along . the trocha and
through the Pinar del Rio district.
When Maceo retreated from Weyler in
his first campaign his plan was to sur
prise Weyler at the first opportunity,
and now Maceo has his army on either
side of Weyletr, and they are having
daily skirmishes. Weyler is completely
hemmed in. and if he shall attempt to
move he will be compelled to go to
Artemesa. Small bands have crossed
Full Details Gladly Given.
A Railroad Official's Experience.
B. EDWAED EDMoNIiS, long con
nected with rail.tjd con-t ruction In
Sebra&ka. writes: -ty heart troublod
and pained me for 19 years. t-Lortnesg of
breath was tho constant and inast cornrcoo
syicptom. Intensccxcruciatlnf pciii, gener
ally followed any severe crerr ion. Flatness.
hunger without any appetite; fitttcrl tliat
made me clutch taj breast, aud palpiuilxon
that often stacgered ma as if I would fall,
were frequent attacks. Asin, everythins
would turn black if I arooe from a atoning
posture qnlckly. Sleepless eights with their
Tr Mil PC prostrating nnrest arsra
Ul iUilfc nuniojons and I could
Hart Cure pct 00 rj!t di3r cr vbt.
"k 1 consulted loaclsf phy-
RCStOrCS aictiis and tried aOvcr
II Altfi tiied remedies. They
HSallll" gave rce no relief. On: ol
Dr. Miles circulars doscrtbed my case so
exactly that I took Dr. Miles' New iicart
Care and I am now a well man. I hope
every oca troabled with heart disease will
try Irr. Mile' remedies. If they wtu writa
me personally. I will gladly give them full
letails of my experience." Edw. Edmoxds.
P. O. Box 62, David City. Nebraska.
Dr. Xiles' Heart Core ta sold oa ( narantea
that ftist botUe beoetu or i
the trocha tnto Havana district and
are attacking the outposts and villages
tf the province.
Insurgents numbering .000 are en-
carr.rxd in Havana province twenty
miles from Havana, and will go to
Maceo's assistance when needed. Spies
In Havana are keeping the insurgents
posted as to the movements of the
Spanish troops. A movement is on foot
to capture Weyler if he shall attempt
to go to Hovana by rait Firemen and
volunteers in Havana are being Sent to
Weyler's relief. Heretofore these
troops were ured In the defense of the
Cincinnati. Dc. ".A rpeclal tt The
Commercial Tribune from Jacksonville.
Fla., says: Yesterday's Havana's ad
vices report an ercited conflict of opin
ion there as to whether the forcing of
the trocha by the Cubans Satuiday
wes by guerrilla bands or by the van
guard cf Macro's arrr.y In a movement
to unite with Gomez. Spaniards h.ive
hed no deflnite news from the front fcr
a wee:, tnd at the fame time have re
dntil.lfd their convnrfhlp of the press.
Sharp firinrr has been heard again In
Havana from the neighborhood of
Guaralcoa and other suburbs of that
section, and all Havana Is excited over
Over 100 refugees prtsfed Into the city
during the past five day from that
FH-tir-n, fearing for their I've during
the fights between the sc ld'ers and the
Insurgirts. Nearly nil the Havana vol
unteers have gone to the front, but as
fart as they rout the guerrillas in one
place they encounter them another
nfakiiig a pucceiislon of running lights,
ai! within live to ten miles of the city.
About 100 soldiers have been killed
wounded so far in these engagements.
GOV.-ELECT TANNF.R TO MARRY.
Dis Uride Will Be 311a Cora Edith Ens-
li.Ii, of the State Capital.
Chk-ago, Dec. 7. The engagement of
Mi.s Cora Edith English, of Spring
field, to Gov.-clect John It- Tanner
has teen formally announced. Thi
wedding will take place Dec CO. For
some time the encashment has bx-n
rumored, riven color by the fact that
f ir the past eight years Mr. Tanner
has been attentive to the young Irtuy.
The governor-elect has preserved a
strict silence upon the subject and only
Saturday wan the rumor confirmed.
Miss English has been a prominent
figure in oflicial society in Springfield
for several years, and during much of
Tanner's stay there a a state ofilcur
she has ben seen in his ccn.pany at
the s.k1, ty events of the season. She
19 a daughter of Turney Engltsh. a
prominent real estat' deal r of Spring
field. The family has resided in Sanga
mon county for a number of vara.
Miss English traces her ancestry baik
through the prominent families tif
Maryland and Virginia to the arrival of
her forefathers in ltili. Her mother.
now dead, was Mi. Jane Pyncheon. ttie
daughter of a prominent officer in the
BAD MAN EAKP FEELS INSULTED.
Looklu-t for Frank MiLangulia- Mory Im
pugning Lanky Uub's Iionar.
San Francisco, Dec. 7. The story la
now current In spoiling circles that
FilZKimmons has d ine pretty well with
his fight venture, even if he receives no
part of the purse. Most of the money
wagered on the fight was placed on tho
question of Sharkey's ability to stay six
rounds. It Is now said Fitzsimmons
placed several thousand dollars on
Sharkey to hold out six rounds, and
then took care that he did not knock
out his opponent too soon.
Keferce Wyatt Eurp had been quoted
s saying that wh-.-n he nut Major
Frank McLaughlin, chairman of the
Republican stete committee, he would
cftll McLaughlin to account for having
said that r.arp a decision was unsav
ory, and for ins inuating that the ref
eree had been ' fixed. The two men
met In a hotel bar and an encounter
was expected, but Earp's friends man
aged to get him out before there was
any chance for an altercation.
CHIPPEWA FALLS OUT OF WATER.
Work of Cleaning I nnd Gelling lata
RMiana About Completed.
Chippewa Falls, Wis., Dec. 7. Sight
seers to the number of 2.CH) visited
Chippewa Falls yesterday. Only streaks
of jagged Ice clinging to the fronts
and sides of buildings now mark the
height to which the water of the river
rose, for during Saturday night the
flood receded rapidly and a fall of four
feet is recorded on the gauge near the
C, L & V. company's milk The town
Is comparatively dry within ten feet
of the river banks. Xothw ithr tandinir
the fact that it was Sunday, the town
presented a very busy scene yesterday,
scores of laborers were put to work
early In the morning and by night moat
of the streets were in shape for travel
and a greater part of the stores were
again ready for occupation. It is con
fidently believed by rlore observeia of
the situation that the river will cause
no further apprehenrl-in this winter,
iniao. Coagmaloaal rturallttM.
Fprin?!lr!d. Tv. ". Theoftiritl canvass
of votes In IllinJs gives the following
pluralities for congrcM: First district,
Mann, .H.72H; Second Ulntrirt. Lofimer,
W...: iU:rj ditrirt, liolknnp. 6si;
roiirtn district. Jaills, 8.110: Fifth dii
trirt, W hite, 8.076; Sixth district. Cook,
C.57.; feventa district. Fowa. VO.CV7:
Eighth dime:, Hopkins. 10.121; Ninth
district, Hitf, 17.7UH; Tenth district,
l'ric x-, 15.T11; Eleventh district, Ucevet,
6. 21-: twelfth district. Cannon. aJ;
'1 ulrtecnth district. Warner, a.ka; Four
teenth district, Graff. I, Til; Fifteenth dii
tnct, SUirau, all Republicans; his
torr.th district, Hinricliten (IK-m.). MU;
Seventeenth 'district. Connelly (Rep ),
; Eighteenth district, Jett (IVul),
l.o..; .Mnetoenth district, Huntcr(Dem.),
l.Uto: Twentieth district. Campbell
lk-m. ), 2,731 ; 1 wenty-ntst dlalrUt, Baker
(Uoin.), 4iS; Twenty -second district.
ruiun trtep. , i.Cjo-
tieatry Ceta the Cap.
New York. Dec. 7. The board of re
view ol the National Trotting association
afttr much discus.-t.on has decided that
the cup offered by the Boston Journal
for th fastest time at the fall meeting
in Boston should be awarded to John R.
Capers mm Major MeKialwy.
Cannon. Dtc. 7. Among th
who called on M4jor McKinley Satur
day was Representative Steele, of In
diana, who waa on his way to Wash
Ington. Mrs. hlcKlnler'a uncle. John
I DewtJL of Freeport. Ilia, la here for a
INTERNATIONAL CYCLING MATCH."
Ftarts Its ailk-a Woaarw Can! oat, Xww
York. Tah Montlng.
New York. Dee. 7. The great Inter
national bicycle race commenced at
::03 this morning In the amphitheatre
of aiadlscn Square Garden. The en
tries contain the names of taen famed
throughout the world as bicycle riders.
ana every ait will bs made duting
the week by some of these chani-iion
to lower reenrda. Amons the fireign
contingent eutered for Ue cntct in
the delegation btought over by "Ed"
llrr.nier. may be CKntloned such
craciLS as Tota Linton, champion of
A ales, nnd champion middle distance
rider of the wotM. C. Chappl. a well
known English rider, and J. D. Luins
den. a Sjotchnn. who has won many
Among the other entries ar Albert
Schork. the American who won the long
distanca championship In this city in
S. and othvr Americans. When the
rsce starttd there were 5.000 people
present. Schock was leading at the
latest report, closely followed by Red-
ilng and I-lnlon.
NO ARSENIC IN THE FLOUR.
Experts Dintriw Over tne Mllwaakro
Polsouing Case Mo fr'atalitiea,
Milwaukee, lXx. T. The rhmulat of tha
health department has completed hi
analysis of tins flour and bread from Baker
Figleiithaler's bakery, which cause so
many people so much trouble All that
the health canniU-tioncr would say w.i i
that the depart uietit was aatlsfled that it
was uot a caso of am-nicnl poisoning.
There sjcni to be a wide difference of
opinion n that point.
Dr. r r d W okr, who has soma of tha
rases under treatment, cays that the dour
had be n dosed with tarter emetic or tar
trate of antimony, which would cause a
severe sicklies for a lime, but was not
diiugerous to life. On tha oth.T hand
lrr. Wnrreu B. Hill auvs be will swear
that thiTe was arsenic la tho bread he ex
amined. From l."i t- .0U teoplo were
made It!, but no one died.
tarwrll a Km-ptlae" taadidatei.
Chicag'- IVc 7.The ri'Mrted candi
dal y of ev-fVnat'r Charles It. Farwell
as the next senator from Illinois causes
much comment among the politicians.
From what Farwell himself and his
frii-nds said on the su!.J-ct It may he
inferred that he will lie a candidate
In the event that the Republican cau-
us at Springfield should get Into a
dead-lock and lie unable to dcide on a
twice of any one of the gentlemen now
more prominently mentioned for the
Carious Freak of t.rand Jary.
Chicago. Hoc. 7. Last we-k the grand
urv found a lro- ni.-;iln, t n.H.in
Western I'nion ofllt ials for Implh-atlon
In bucket shop deals because the West
ern I 'tilnn Tn.fl .iiniillwil 1 1, t,nlu
shops with quotations. Then on advice
or Assistant estates Attorney Lvnch
he jury reversed its action and found
II. and U Hookkrrper a Thief.
Louisville, Ioc. 7. The Courier-Journal
says that a reorganization of tha United
r-lates B'jtldlng rtid loan association, ac
couiplished at a stockholders' meeting last
Tuewkiy, developed the lact tliat Will
rettlc, one of tho bookkeeper, was a dc-
luulier ta tho extent of lX.n'JO, art of
wnien tuts been made good by bondsmen
aiiu iricnt-'s on a rotnprtiniinc.
Horr Will Uecover HI Health.
l'lainfjr-ld. X. J.. De. 7. The condition
of ex-Congrcman Ii.nsi.vell U. 11. jit. for
incriy ot aiic;,irtn. now ot this city, who
is iil, is much improved. No complica
tions f a M'riotis order have asyetap-
leareu. sua tun iniuuy ana physicians be
lieve that Mr. Horr will recover.
liwssia an lite Karvnliaa Oaestlna.
Iiodon. Ik. 7 ! 1. Mnlifi:..!.!'....
nnunroil thnt. ILikIh Hi. t,.,,lfi.l IV.. n.
thit the lntoro of the government In
l tie trmtter of the evacuation o; r.sypt Is
quite remote. The czar l said to have ex-
,-- - ' - . . . v m w a. J t
has earned an indemnity by mson of her
oeocuccnt intervention In thn iie valley
Dead by the Mow of a Murderer.
I'eori.i, Ills., Dec. 7. Fran' J. Boy to. 27
year ot age, a tnrmcr residing twar
Priucevalle, died a the result of Inluriea
Inflicted some drty ago by a stranger. He
was found at his bom last Wednesday
evening In an unconscious condition and
uiid vvitbout regaining coDscloiMnuaa.
Tha Dtaeavery aavvd ate Ufe.
G. Cailloaotte, druczit. Bcarers-
vUle. IIL. eajs: -To Dr. KIok's New
Discover 1 owe hit life. V a taken
lib la atriprte and tried all the phy-
- . . .
lciane for milct a boat, but of to
avail, and was crlven op and told I
could not live, llavinir Dr. Kins
New Discovery ia my atore, 1 tent
tor a rouie and began IU aae, and
from the first doae beiraa to ret bet
tcr, and after using three boitlca was
npand aUont aain. It I worth Us
weight in gold. We won't keep atore
or house without It." Get a free
trial at Harts UUcmerer'a drog
waiaistaii Caied an a Day.
f ratio Cnra" lor rbenaatica
had aevralgia enree ia 1 to t daja.
Itf actios opoa the aretes ie r
narkablo sad tvttrioaa. It ra
tnorea atkense the Mtue, aad tha
dlaeae immediately d la appear. The
Brat doe treat. relieve. 7 eeata.
Sold b Utto Grotisn. eragriat. Rock
land, aad Govt 8cblegl A Son, no
Weat Seooad itwt, IHrenport.
raw a Maw Tie tie
the ie or thing better, tbaa Foley's
Kidney Cure. Every one eo trie
it will acre to this. Sold by iU- F
Malaae!by. t"4tWHl WUCft.
Balssw-raU sasnea, ' I fraoa
Krr PrwH. 1s.
Coal aori. t
ctTT par for .oca fad at -ri rti
aae hufeis, rkattac4 aaivaa, 4
Children Cry for
w u a r
makes clothes snovvy white by re
moving the dirt in a natural and
healthful way. A pure soap good for
rlntripc nnrl rrnn.'l frr rronorol -Innninn
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u uviuwtvijHuvid luauc only oy
THE W. K. FAIRBAKK COMPANY. CHICACO.
Hre at fflgme
VOU CAN I'ROCURE THE
Liquid Malt Food
THK well known product of the CHICAGO IllXEW.
I-VG COM PANT that bat become eo iuatlv tH-n.
alar in building op the eystam. It ie a concentrated
extractor aelect Malt aad Hops and pivee almost
miraeulons aaslstaaca to convaleeoents, aaraiag
The Chlcugo lire wlus CoV. Hottleil Beer
ha also made a reputation for itself and tea be or.
dered from the local breach telephone 1803.
Mnetecnth St, and First Ave.
BOTH QUANTITY AND QUALtTY.
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
From TUB 1
in shortest time.
least of toil
wmm I L J , 1.1. I . 1 1 If
O - .svaasas.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS,
ta n rr tiS