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BCCS XSLASD, ILI, SATURDAY, AUQTJ5T 14. 1C37.
All Madrid Turns Out to Do Honor
to the Murdered Spanish
OEBISTIAI ACT OF TEE EINOEA
la th Kaase ef Her Hosbeod' and for Her
Mlf Mm Forglvae Bis Fool AhimIi
Theaeaada ef rioral Tributes H hat
Uaaank Thoacht of the Uead Stale
asaa Dime Blssasa Iael Kear VmtU
Txlv-IadU Tribal Trouble.
Madrid, Aug. 14. The funeral of Sonor
Canovaa del Castillo yesterday was a
moat touching and solemn ceremony.
All the troops of the garrison lined thii
route along- which the cortege moved;
the flags were lowered and tne public
buildings, embassies, consulates and
club house were heavily draped wltn
CISISAL 01 CAMPOs.
crape. More than- a thousand wreaths
were deposited In the death chamber.
A salvo of artillery announced the
starting of the funeral procession, which
moved slowly through an enormous
crowd In which all heads were bare
and many eyes were weeplnj. A pe
culiarly poignant scene ensued as the
I)ukeof Sotomayor, Marshal tie Campos;
Marquis Paso de la Merrxed and the
other pall-bearers lifted the coffin.
Bcnora Ca novas In a clear. Arm tone
aid: "I desLre that all should know I
forgive the assassin. It Is the greatest
sacrlfloe t etin make; but I make It for
' the sake -of what I know of my hus
band's F4lat heart."
Itood Strewn with Plotters.
Through the entire distance betweer.
the death chamber and the church the
road was strewn with flowers ' and
laurels. Sonor Sagasta headed the
cortege, which waa formed of militia,
deputies, senators, generals, admirals
and delegations representing all the
principal bodies. The wreath of thequoen
regent rested upon the cotlln and other
floral tributes were carried in special
carriages. All thetmops in the city
were closed, and a verY large proportion
of the populace that thronged the
streets appeared in mourning garb. The
entire garrison marched past the coffin
and the service lasted from 4 until 7:20
p. m. The remains of Senor fanovas
were Interred In the family vault in the
St. Isidore cemetery, amid salvos of
artillery and the tolling or all the bells
of the city.
Hnond with a Royal Kaeort.
The military honors were those due a
commander of a fortress dying In his
command. The procession occupied two
and one-half hours in passing a given
point. Among the most notable features
were deputations of the provincial coun
cils, with mace bearers in curious
mediaeval costumes, and a royal escort
of palace halberdiers, which, according
to strict ceremony. Is only wont to be
present at royal funerals, and was there
fore a unique honor. Eight horses
drew the hearse. The chief mourners
were the Dukei of Sotomayer. mayor
dome of the royal household; General
AirarTaga. temporary president of the
council; with the other members of the
cabinet; Senor Bagasta, the Liberal
leader: the Archbishop of Madrid, and
the deceased statesman's nephews. All
In the procession who .were . not entitled
ROYAL the most celebrated of all
the baking powders in the world eel-
ebrated lor its great
leavening Strength and
purity. Itr makes your
cakes, biscuit, bread,
etc., healthful, it assures
you against alum and all
forms) of adulteration
10 wear uniform wore deep' mourning. '
Bismarck's Tribute to Caaovao.
Prince Bismarck, in his, telegram of
condolence to Senora Canovaa, says; i
have never bowed my bead before any
one. but I bow It every time I hear
the name of Canovas.
BLOOD IS TO XOW TODAY.
Prlace Bear! of Orleans aad the Count of
Tarla to tight a DaeL '
Paris, Aug. 14. It Is said that the duel
between Prince Henri of Orleans and
the Count of Turin will take place to
day in the vicinity of Paris, probably at
Chantilly or Fontalnbleu. The condi
tions are severe. The Count of Turin,
it a pears, left Italy without the au
thority of his superiors or the permis
sion of the minister of war. The duel is
the result of the charges made by Prince
Henri against -the Italian army and its
officers in the campaign in Abyssinia.
As soon aa the officers' got home after
their captivity in Abyssinia they drew
lots for a challenger of the prince. He
refused to fight the one upon whom the
lot fell beoause he waa sot his equal in
Finally a challeogf was accepted from
General Albertone, of the Italian army,
and just as arrangements were ready
for the duel the Count of Turin arrived
in Paris and insisted that he should be
the Italian representative. Prince Henri
of Orleans found the challenge of the
Count of Turin on his arrival at his
father's house In the Rue Jean Goujon
and immediately telegraphed his ac
ceptance. General Count dl Qulnto and
Marquis Carlo Glnorl will act as sec
onds for the Count or Turin.
London, Aug. 14. The Rome corre
spondent of the Daily Mall says: "On
Its becoming known that the Count of
Turin had left Italy to meet Prince
Henri of Orleans, there was a lively in
terchange of teleirrama Tnetn.-Mn Vlar
Humbert, the Marquis tl Rudlni. the
Italian premier, and the Italian embassy
In Paris. It Is feared that international
complications may arise."
Rome. Aug. 14. It is said that King
Humbert has sent a dispatch to the
Count of Turin and another to Prince
Henri of Orleans severely censuring the
"London. Aur 11Tha Va,u . h,
span dent of the Dally Telegraph says:
"I understand that the Count of Turin
sent a challenge to Prince Henri before
uenerai Aiuertone did. It is reported
that Kins' Humbert annmvpH h rinl
between the two princes on the ground
that it will bring the quarrel to a defi
INDIA SITUATION THREATENS.
Reported Complicity of the A ft ban Baler
Willi tne Recent Rising.
. London. Aug. 14. The news of sus
pected Afghan intrigues in India is
very seriously regarded here. The Brit
ish newspapers published In India had
already discussed the possibility of the
Ameers complicity in the risings of
tribesmen recently. It was reported
some time ago that he had sent thou
sands of copins of his book on the
'Jehad." or religious war. to the native
Indian regiments, while anonymous let
ters appeared in the Indian native press
giorirying tne Turkish victories as "Is
lam's rising star," and declaring that
the Ameer was ready to come, like the
Clorious Mahmud Sabuktasrln nf irnro
to rid India of the thraldom of the Chris
tian yoke; bidding all the faithful to be
prepared, and asserting that the riots
at Chitpur were really a preliminary
trial of Mohammedan strength, care
fully organized by the hiehlv educated
real leaders of the community.
While the authority of the Afghan
Ameer over the frontier tribes Is very
weak. It must be remembered that the
Afghan general, Gholam Haldalr. com
manding at Ashmar, who was in con
stant communication with the mullah
who led the attack on Fort Shabdaker
last Saturday, is the Ameer's chief and
most trusted commander, and taking
Into consideration the symptoms of un
rest near Peshawar since the attack
on Camp Malakand the Indian govern
ment will be well advised if it makes
preparations to meet all eventualities.
When the two reserve brigades have
been concentrated at Rawalpindi the
government forces in the Junjab will
be strong enough to make operations
possible in any direction throughout
the whole extent of the northwest. Gen.
eral Blood has two full brigades in
Swat. General Elles has a similar force
In the vicinity of Peshawar. Another
reserve brigade is between Mardan
and Rawalpindi; and this is exclusive
of the Tochl .field forces.
WWVKH CO., UW Am W
Spends Another Day with Friends
in the Green Mount
VACATION IS OOUTJiU TO AH ESD.
Oae Mors Week and the Chief Magistral
Will Be Ea Brate to His Poet Arrange
ments for His Vi.it to the Grand Army
Bncampment Military Beview Yester
day at Chester, Vu, After Which the
Party Returns to Hotel Chasaplala.
Chester, Vt, Aug. 14. This town waa
in holiday attire yesterday in honor
of the visit of President McKinley. The
president and his party reached here at
1 p. m. from Proctor, where they spent
the night as guests of Senator Proctor.
The guests of the occasion, besides
President and Mrs. McKinley, included
Vice President and Mrs. Hobart, Sec
retary of War and Mrs. Alger, Mr. and
Mrs. Bailey (son-in-law and daughter
of General Alger), Miss Alger, Secre
tary to the President J. Addison Porter
and Mrs. Porter. Representatives Grout
and Powers. ex-Governor Woodbury.
Senator Proctor, Mr. Fletcher Proctor
(his son) and Master Hobart, son of the
vice president. At the station one of
the largest crowds ever seen in this
vicinity had gathered. Throngs of per
sons had come from near-by lawns. The
Koene N. H.) Light Infantry mounted
on bicycles, the Brattleboro Wheel
club and the Guards, of Claremont. N.
H., and other organizations were among
Provided with a Military Escort.
The local committee met the presi
dential party at the station. Outside
the military escort was drawn up in
line. Loud cheers greeted the distin
guished visitors and President McKin
ley bowed right and left Stepping into
carriages the party was escorted by a
detachment of United States cavalry
under command of Captain Henry, and
staff representatives of Governor Grout,
to the residence ef Judge Henry, where
an informal reception was held. After
an hour had been spent at Judge Hen
ry's house, the president and his fellow
visitors re-entered their carriages and
were driven to the camp of the Vermont
National Guards, where they were re
ceived with due ceremony.
President Reviews the Troops.
President McKinley was extended the
courtesies of the occasion by Governor
Grout and together they reviewed the
troops. After this ceremony, in which
the National Guard tinder Brigadier
General Estey acquitted itself in fine
style, the guests proceeded to the gov
ernor's headquarters. Here a short rest
was taken. Then President McKinley
re-entered his carriage and amid the
cheers of thousands and the booming
of artillery was driven to the station
and shortly after he left for Hotel
Champlain, accompanied by his party.
BACK AT THE HOTEL CHAMPLAIN.
Mrs. McKinley Shows Fatigue After Her
Two Days of Outing.
Plattsburg. N. T.. Aug. 14. The nresi-
dentlal party returned to Hotel Cham-
plain from Chester last evening. The
entire party was fatigued, Mrs. McKin
ley in particular showing the effects of
ner two days' trip through Vermont.
Last evening Governor Black and a
number of other gentlemen arrived at
the hotel, and the president received his
visitors and was closeted with them un
til nearly midnight.
President McKinley does not expect
to make any more lone trios diirlns- hi.
vacation, which will end next week.
wnen ne will leave for Buffalo and Can
ton. Troy. N. T.. Au. 14. A chamr Tins
been made in the original arrangements
whereby President McKinley, Vice-Pres-
iaeni uooart. secretary of War Alger
and Others ComDrisins- the nrmiMpntlal
party will leave Bluff Point Thursday.
morning ana arrive in Troy Thursday
afternoon. They will remain until Fri
day evening, when the president will go
to Saratoga to spend Sunday. From
there he will go to the national encamp
ment at Buffalo.
Buffalo. N. T Anar. 14 -Th. raxon-
tlon and entertainment of President Mc
Kinley was the chief subject of discus
sion at G. A. R. headquarters yesterday.
General Curtis has received a tele
gram from President McKlnley'a secre
tary stating that the presidential party
now exnects to leave Krotni.a fnr Puf-
falo at 10 a, m. on Monday, the 23d inst.
OF COURSE THERE WAS A MOB.
Attempts to Throw a Miscreant Into
Fire of His Own Making.
Ironwood, Mich., Aug. 14. Fire yes
terday morning burned four buildings
and John Ramota and family narrowly
escaped with their lives. Henry LensoL
who recently opened a small candy
store In one of the burned buildings, was
suspected of starting the fire, and a
crowd gathered and attempted to lynch
him. The police got hold of him, how
ever, and were attempting to conduct
him to jail, when the crowd made a
rush, seized Lensol and tried to throw
him into the burning building.
The firemen turned the hose on them
and they desisted and the prisoner was
finally taken to JaiL It is said that he
has made a full confession that he was
hired by Charles Ross; who owned the
baUdlngs, to set fire to them in order to
secure the insurance money. Rom has
also been arrested.
Michigan Insnraaeo Coaanontos Wsin.d.
Lansing. Mich., Aug. 14. As the re
sult of an examination made this week.
Insurance Commissioner Campbell has
notified the Wolverine Mutual. Tri- Coun
ty and the Commercial Fire Insurance
companies, all of Saginaw, that unless
they collect sufficient assessments with
in the next sixty days to pay legiti
mate losses that have become liabilities,
and also comply with other require
ments of the law; their right to issue
policies will be revoked.
Smbeeiibe for Tkb .VMire
324, 326, 328 Brtly Strut.
There to receive our im
mense new itoek of
Whieh will be the choic
est atoek ever placed
in Davenport. In the
t meantime we will dis
pose of the balance of
oar former stock at ri
dicaloaslj low prices,
making bargains for
those seeking bargains.
Remember We Are at
The Bg Store. , ; .
& Carpt Co.,
Caleb Xane, of Lelcher county, Ky.,
shot and killed his bAther-in-law, Rob-
eat Stanley, for dogging hogs.
Ralph Plant, aged 14; years, drowned
in Mona lake, near Lake Harbor, Mich.,
by the capsizing ef a sailboat.
C. S. Mellen has been elected president
of the Northern Pacific Railroad corn
pany. ranlel S. Lament was elected di
rector and vice-preeldent.
Mrs. Edgerton, of Chicago, discovered
that Her trunk had been broken epen
and Jewels valued at $1,000, as well as
$S50 in gold, had been taken.
President McKinley has accepted an
invitation to attend the Ohio state fair
at Columbus, opening Aug. 31. He has
also promised to make a s pee eh there.
Walla Tonoka, the young Choctsw.
will play ball at Kansas City today.
Immediately after the game he will be
taken back to the nation and there shot
A 3-mor.ths-old child of Mr. and Mrs.
William Zastrow. of Milwaukee, was
smothered to death in bed. The baby
had fallen asleep with its face turosd to
the pillow and suffocated.
Miss Lizzie Maudrie. of Marinette.
Wis., fainted in a boat on Green bay at
the sight of a fish hook In her brother's
thumb. She fell overboard, and but for
timely assistance would have drowned.
Bats took possession of the house ef
Alonzo Frrlll near Bushby. Ia.. and
after a hard fight Ferrill and his sans
killed sixty-three of them. The men's
faces were badly scratched and they
were nearly blinded.
Obi nary: At Osceola. Wis.. Father
Keller. 90. At Janesville. Wis.. Dr. E.
M. McPherson. 35. At Santa Clare. CaL,
ratner Charles Messea, S2. At Nash
ville. 111.. David Moore. 82. At Webster
City. Iowa, Professor J. C. Gilchrist.
Seorcs oa the Ball Field.
Chicago, Aug. 14. League base ball
scores yesterday were: At Cincinnati
Chicago 2, Cincinnati 0; at Cleveland
St Louis S. Cleveland : at Wash
ingtonBrooklyn 3, Washington 7; at
New York Boston (,'Ntw York 1; at
Philadelphia Baltimore 8, Philadel
Western League: At Minneapolis
Columbus 10. Minneapolis 12; at Mil
waukeeGrand' Rapids 8, Milwaukee
1: st St. Paul Indianapolis 8, St. Paul
11; at Kansas City Detroit "6, Kansas
Western Association: At 8t. Joseph
Dubuque 4. St. Joseph 5; at Dea Moines
Peoria 3. Des Moines 4: at.Quincy
Rockfcrd 3. Quincy ; at Burlington
Cedar Rapids 11. Burlington S.
Straage Cattle Disease la km
Waterloo. I a.. Aug. 14. A strange dis
ease resemblins: nfnkcv, has hmkM
In a large herd of cattle In this county
ana aireaay rai neaa are sightless. The
eyeballs are blood red, swollen to twice
their natural shw. and In many cases
have bulged from their sockets aad
burst. The suffering of the cattle is la
tense and there seems to be no relief.
Supplicant I'm faint from lack ef
Rich Lady (generously) -How dread
ful! Here, smell my vinaigret te. New
"0TU IKLl3'n'Sr TU3.
vyeIl nave the Greatest cX
The Qreat (Qlearing ales.
It is our intention to sell every dollar's worth of this season's goods aad do
it quickly with bona fide prices that no other houses in the three cities
would dare to offer. Our reputation for carrying the highest of mer
chandise is established. We are going to sacrifice every department and
cut the life out of everything. We quote a few of the prices to give you
Men's and Boys' Suits that are worth
St. S9, $10 and even ap to fit, we
ere going to sell at 5. Dont miss
it. $5 for an all wool salt, well
trimmed, well made aad good fit-
ex, ime eariy. xney went last
long at that prion.
Ken's and Boys' Summer Suits, frocks
and sacks, ronnd and square eats,
worth $16.50, $15, $18.50. all the
best material, workmanship the
finest, in fact high art clothing in
every respect. Ail go for' the small
Te bioycle riders, all of oar $10, $9,
and $8 suits take -your choioe of
any Bike Suit in the house for $5.
You'll have to scorch or you'll lose
We are going to close the balance of
our Children's Spring and Summer
Suits, ages 4 to 14, worth $6, $6 and
$4, all go at the same price
Everything must go.
Big Store . .
AN AFFAIR OF HONOR
Ai rxagsmsata for Tasvt fnrlafiossHg
Daal Slow Oosspl;toeV.
Paris, Aug. 14. The seconds of
Prinoe Henry of Orleans and the
eonnt of Turin had another confer
ence this morning relative te the
time ana pisee for the dnel. It is
stated that swords will be the wea
pons, and that the encounter will
take i place at Chantilly or Fonn
Ulneblue under severe conditions.
Late this evening it is generally un
derstood the dnel between the eonnt
of Turin and Prince Henry of Or
leans will take place Monday next
outside of France. Swords will be
the weapons ussd.
Pittsburg, Aur- 14. The Bandy
and Tuttle creek campers attempted
a march oa the mines this moraine;,
despite the orders of their ofBoers,
bnt alert deputies turned them back
with little trouble. There is no
marching at Plum creek, and the
campers have discontinued until sf
ter the in junction proceedings Mon-
Chicago, Aug;. 14. Internal reve
nue officers today arrested Samuel
Harlow and sen, whom they found
making moonshine whisky In the
heart of the city. Several others
have been located aad other arrests
A small, bey dashed breathless into a
"Is the guv 'nor in?"
"Tea. What do you.wantT"
'.'Must see him myself. Most pertiek
ler." "Bnt you can't He's engaged."
"Most see him immejit. Most per
tkkler." The bay's importunity got him in.
"Wellboy, what is it you want?"
said the merchant anxiously.
"D'yer want a orffice boy, sir?!
"Ton impudent young rascal. No,
we've got one."
"No. yea ain't, sir. He's Just bin run
over in Chespside."
Boy engaged. London Answers,
What Hood's Sarsaparilla has dona
for others it will also do for yon.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures all blood
It Is not generally knows thst
more adults die of hidaoT trouble
than any other disease. When the
first svaiDtoms of this disease annaar
no time should be lost la taking Fo
ley's tuaney mre, wmen is gusi
Bshnsen sad T.
i in Ana os aeu
I lag yoar deoc at 10a a
TH E LQ 61 DO) fiVl
We must have the room.
Five Thousand Bottles of Dr. Ballentine' Famous Rheuma
tism Cure, Prescription No. 30, to be Given Away '
Without Charge by the Druggists of Daven
port, Rock Island and Moline.
The First Free Test Evsr Given of True Homeopathic Remedies. This U not
a Newspaper Distribution. Controlled by the Advertiser. But aa
Honest Test Conducts by Reputable Druggists. Who
Will Report Results Daily, aad Prove That
BaUentine Remedlee Do Cure the Blok.
This is the first nnnnrlsslt ko
publie has ever had. or probably
ever will have, of testing true home-
.ili. , - .
uub.uiu resaeuies iree. lnonsanas
of bottles of factory made homeo
pathio remedies have been given
away during the past, bnt never be
fore in the hfatflrv nf tna1iiia k
genuine homeopathic physician eom-
fPVHuuou b udi 01 lavs Borneo
pathio euros HIMSELF aad given
them to the publie.
Dr. Balleatiae is able to prove bj
the thousands upon thousands that
his remedies do cure mora people of
direase, and' afford more immediate
relief, than any medioiae aver sold
by the draggist.
Th Free Distribution.
Saturday. Aug. 14, Dr. BaUenUae's
True Specific for Rheumatism (the fa
mous No. SO) The speeifio whieh
cures rheumatism ia every ease, will
be distributed frte to all the people
by the draggist whose names will
appear In this paper on Thursday.
Friday aad Saturday. Aay eafferer
from rheumatism, or aay oae who
has a rheumsUe sufferer in his fam
ily, may, by calling at the drag store
nearest his home, obtain a bottle of
Dr. BslleaUae's True 8 peel fie for
RheumaUsm absolotely free. Look
for the name of the drag store a ser
es t your home.
The following well known aad re
sponsible draggists have Madly eoa
seated to give away tree of eharge to
all the people Dr. Bellea tine's Trns
Borneo path ie Bemedy for Bhea au
tism (specific No. SO) on Aag. 14.
HARPER ROUSE PHARMACY,
at. r. BAHNBEM.eoiser Fourth ev
A. 1. K1EHH, Fourth evaajoa drag
HARTZ A " -?iissi
eaua aad Twemtetk street.
tOCIS A. SCHMIDT.
BOHRBICK BROS., Third at
The folios, law are a tmm of his
edies, aad all are aold by joaur drag
Any Child's Blouse Wash Suit, worth 4 aa
up to $1. aow $1, sines I te t l.UU
Tourehoiee of any Mothers' Friend .
Pereale Shirt Waist, worth an te
750, for t7e ; ZC
The balaaoe of our Men's Worsted aad
Casslmere rants, worth up to $4.
for $3.25. These pants are an ei- onlf
eellent Urfal...Vr.... 2.25
Boys' Pants, worth 75s, 1
Boys' Pasta, worth 50e, rF
Men's Underwear, worth Sfe, lr
BoysJStrew Hats, worth 50e, 25C
. . Blue Front
gist at the uniform priee of Sao each
NO. 70 LOCAL TREATMENT for
catarrhal affeetions. to be used la
oonaeeuon win no. sn.
HO. 9& CTTREa fTRntlP to all Ita
forms iastaataeeoue relief.
NO. S3 CURES MAl.aRIA. ahllls,
ague aad kindred omplaiate.
HO. M rilTRGI nTRPRPRIA. mv.
lieves flatulency, ladlgestioa and dla.
reee ia uo stomeea ia a raw saia
NO. 8 CURES DIARRH A. ehoL
era ssorbas aad dyseatery.
NO. M CURES EPILEPSY, BBS.
eaJar twitching and dysoatery.
nu. in WKH nuuAbns ia a
HO. M CfTRER HEART flTRRABK.
palpitation, throbbing aad Irregular
action of the heart.
NO. 78 CURES LA GRIPPE, re.
lisvee the eoarestioa and neia in a
HO. 74 CURES LITER COM.
PLAINTS, saeh as torpid liver, eoa
stlpatioa. jeaadlee. ate.
NO. S4 CTTRER PI 1X9. atmo-th.
eas the weakeaed votes aad allays
aad carat the Internal tenaauaatioa.
flU. 7 J TILE OINTMENT, to be
Bead la mmanlliisi svttk ska Ptlo
Care; an external application. Cures
itehlag at oaea.
NO. SO CURES RHEUMATISM.
sdeUe, iatsmmatory, masealar aad
t . . a m
asapago. it Rivfje immonisto raiie.
aad permsasst eara.
NO. 68-CURES DIPHTHERIA
aad core throat ef every tfeeerlptloa.
NO. IS CURES NEURALGIA, re
lieves the severest pala la a few mia
atea. NO. SS CURES SKIN DISEASES,
drv aad eealv skla. Dimnlee aa the
. M At . . li M
vmvm vr may, Bircy apnea, I
NO. 4-CURES WORKS; the
remedy to destroy worms la eatU
area, as It Is aot oaly plsaaaat te
take, bat acta sffsettvely la a tow
MO. at-CCRES WHOOPTXO COTOH: a
ore core. If la earlr la the eueek, B sta
roots toe viwrai oouratr.
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