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ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
VOL. XLVI. NO. 172. KOCK ISLAND, ILL., WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1S9S. " VUirv "Tiinpr rPVT
United States Preparing to Attack Havana and Porto Rico Sim
ultaneously The Cuban Invasion.
DAY AND NIGHT WOBK ON TRANSPORTS
Mysterious Spanish Fleet Reported to Be About Again to Sail
Day's Miscellaneous War News.
KEY WEST. May 11. It is said
here that if the report that the
Spanish fleet has returned to Spain
prove true, active movements against
Cuba may nrn within AH hours.
Possibly Porto Kieo and Cuba will be
Ilaatenlng Aid to Dewey.
San Francisco, May 11 The cruis
er Charleston has leen ordered to sail
immediately with ammunition and
relief supplies for Dewey. She will
leave today without waiting for the
rest of the relief steamers and sup
plies. No New of Kampunn.
Washington. May 11. No news has
yet been heard from Sampson.
KLKKT IS AUDIT TO HAIL AUAIN.
Hpantnh Flotilla at C mails Reported to be
Catting Lou (lace More.
London, May 11. The Clobe's
C:idiz special, dated Saturday last,
says the fleet, including the Pelayo.
Vitoria, Carlo V.. Almirante Oipi
endo. Vi.caya. Miria Teresa. Oiristo
bal Colon, and several smaller cruis
ers, torpedo boats and tr.insjmrts are
ready for sea. It is lelieved they
will sail today. "
Npanlnh Torpedo llutt Mow I p.
Gibraltar, May 11. It is supposed
the Spanish torcdo boat destroyer on
picket duty near here has exploded
her Wilcrs with the loss of all hands.
She suddenly diupcarcd after a
Loading tlie Tranftimrtil.
Tampa. May 1 1. Hundreds of men
arc working night ami day loading
war material on the fleet transports.
This- will be concluded tomorrow
night, when the loading of soldiers
Chattanooga. May 11. The work of
breaking camp was begun nt day
break. The first regiment to get awav
was the 3d cavalry. Others followed
as rapidly ns possible. The indica
tions are that all commands with
equipments will be gone In-fore Fri
tlermany Wants the riilllpplnrft.
lyondon. May 11. There is a Morv
published that l.erinauy proposes to
obtain control of the Philippines bv
guaranteeing the payment of Spain's
llewejr to lie Rear Admiral.
Washington, May 1 1. Commodore
iK'wey has liccn nominated for rear
(ien. Miles and stalT leave tomorrow
night for Tampa, preparatory to mov
ing oil Cuba.
The Revolution In Italy.
Koine, May 11. Martial law has
lieen proclaimed in Coiuo province.
Paris. May 11. The Koine corre
spondents of the Purls papers agree
that the revolution in Italy cannot In
I.iiveno. Italy. May 11. Kight were
killed ami !(( wounded in yesterday's
Messina. May 11. Quiet has I veil
nriin to talk or picace.
Foreign Diplomat Think It About Time
for Spain to f'llmh Down.
Washington. May 11 As a result of
the Prsnlsh reverse at Manila leading
members of the diplomatic corps, repre
senting some of the most Influential
of the great powers of Europe, have
unofficially exrhanu.d views on the op
portuneness of a movement, dictated
by the moat friendly spirit and In the
Interest of peace, towards urging; upon
Spain the futility of further rrosecut-
Rayal Bakaa tat load para,
whole (eat aaa sallctaaa.
Sng fne war 'and inducing ht-r to sue
for peace on the'basis of the relinquish
ment of Cuba, the promise of a war in
demnity, and the occupation of Manila
by Admiral Dewey until the war in
demnity is paid. It wa stated last
night by one of the most influential
members of the diplomatic -corps, an
ambassador, that such a step by Spain
was the logical result of the crushing
Spanish defeat at Manila.
The military authorities connected
with the foreign establishments here
say that Admiral Montejo and his entire
staff of officers ought to be, and un
doubtedly will be. court martialed for
allowing themst-lves to be surprised by
Admiral Dewey's Meet. One of these
officials said: "There ia not a naval
power in L'uroje which would not im
mediately nler a court martial after
surh a humiliating surprise, followed
by such terrible results of negligence.
To be taken by surprise is unpardon
able. All of the reports show that the
Kpanif-h oiTUers had no proper lookouts,
had no searchlights, no safeguards
LKAVK THK1R ftlKl.S DKIIIND THKM.
Illlnoit Troop ut Camp Tanner to Take
Their Departure Tomorrow.
R.'.rir.ulUlu. Ills. May 11. At 2 p. m.
today all the troops at Camp Tanner
will leave the camp and march to the
executive mansion, where the entire
military will bu reviewed by Governor
Tanner. The affair is a sort of fare
well to the Third and Fifth regiments,
which will leave for New Orleans at
neon tomorrow. This will be the largest
military review that has ever been wit
nessed in Springfield. Colonel Ceorge
N. Kretdet has completed arrange
ments for a bathinghouse for th- troops
at Camp Tanner, and this was to be in
operation at noon yesterday. A steam
ensine has been secu.-'-d to het watur.
Forty wash tubs have also been pur
chased by the st.it e. All of the Fifth
and Third will visit he place before i
leaving for the south.
Orders were received yesterday from'
yVashingtrn for the immediate prepara
tion of the Fifth anj Third regiments
ut Infantry anil the buttery fur trans
portation to New Orler.n::. The order
was to the often that the two regi
ments should be ready -tu move by
Wednesday night at the latest. As a
matter of fact they were ready then.
The commands which are thus ordered!
to the ni'.uth of the Mississippi come
from the vicinity of Juliet. Springfield
and Danville. ('olonol James S. Culver,
rommander of th" Fifth, by his seniori
ty, will command the brigade en. route
General Welih. commanding the Third
brigade, and General Fitz Simmons,
commanding the First brigade, together
with their staffs, are relieved from fur
ther duty at Camp Tanner since yes
terday and Immediately returned to
their home station.
Milwaukee. May 11. The Third regi
ment has been ordered to Tampa, Fla.,
instead of to Chickamauga. Governor
Ecofleld at noon recived a telegram to
this effect from Secretary Alger. The
governor replied that the Third regi
ment would be ready to start tomorrow
Camp Katon, Mich.. May 11. A very
large percentage of the men being ex
am!nii fail to pass, and from present
prospers alsiut 1,700 recruits will be
needed to fill their places. Governor
1'ingree Is now considering the advis
ability of beginning to number the regi
ments where the state left off In the
w ar of the rebellion. If this plan Is car
ried out Colonel Gardiner's regiment
will be called the Thirty-firwt volunteer
Infantry. The Fir;,t regiment will not
leave for Chkkamaujra before Fridayor
Pes Moines. Ia., May 11. Governor
Shaw has deddtd that the Second reg
iment will be the first to go to the
front In resiHinse to an order from the
war department. The derision was
reached afte the rec ipt of a telegram
from Adjutant General Corbin. saying
the secretary of war instructed him to
ask the governer to snd regiments In
order of the seniority of the colonels.
Iowa regiments are to move as follows:
Second to Chickamagua. Fourth to
Washington. Third and First in re
serve. The first two regiments are to
move Monday or Tuesday: but for or
ders from the war department Governor
Shaw would have sent the First regi
ATTEMPT T I'OlsON SOLDI KUS.
Water at Tamp Mobile Impregnated with
Arenie liy Some M i-rraiit.
Atlanta, May 11. A scecial to The
Constitution from Mobile says: A sec
ond dastardly attempt to poison the in
fantry regiments at Camp Mobile has
been made. Several days ago some sjl
diers found in the creek which runs
alongside the grounds a sack filled with
absorbent cotton, which had been sat
urated with arsenic and tied down be
neath a rock which Juts out Into the
stream at a point Just above the place
where the soldiers get their drinking
water. By accident a tro,.per discov
ered the deadly trap, removed the sick,
and upon the cortents being revealed
reported his find to the commanding
Strict orders were given not to men
tion the incident, and so the matter was
hushed up. Sine that day, however,
Uie creek bM been dpjely watched and
vteTiance was rewarded when Corporal
?u!Mvan found a poi.-on bas loaded with
arserlc and anthoreu down just as in
the first instance. Spanish spies are
known to he lurking in the neighbor
hood, where a number of Spaniards re
side. They are all under strict scrutiny
and sensat'ora! disclosures are looked
f-r. N'o one doubts tat agents of
Efain are responsible.
Sewell Will Go Tor a Soldier.
Washington. May U. Major General
Sewell has been assigned n command
3 JfVvarn---'l5. v.
IS CaVF COMP.A.NY.MESS TAM.ES.
fTie concentration camp n?ar "'ails
Church, Va. This U taken as an indi
cation that the genera! has concluded
to accept his military c-unmisslon. risk
ing his tenure of off!
as a senator
I'roreedin fn t?ie-Seii::ie unit lionse.
Washington, May 11. Four war
measures were passed by the senate
yester.lay. The only onp of general in
terest wes the so-railed "immune" bill
pass d by the house of representatives.
The .ost-iftVe appp.rriiuion bill, carry
ing aprropriatiotis ti. It aggregate
more than iiii.i.CO.rf-... voas passed with
out Important amer.dn-. tit. The resolu
tion for a constitutlir.ai amendment
changing the date if tb- bcpintiing of
the terms f the pres!.!. nt. etc.. fn m
the 4th of March to the -St ii of May -was
The home wa? in s ssi m only fifty
minutes, the e::i!y r.djoun::r.er.t being
due to ro urcont measures c,f imrior
tance before the hous- nr.d t i general
indisposition to lak" up minor matters.
Death ol iin (ri-,-iimi Kepuliiiran.
Wash;rgt..n. May 11. Kx-Ser.ator
Aarm II Ciegir:. of Xew Hampshire,
died here yesterday of congestion of the
lungs. The remains will be removed to
Leban"n, X. II.. for interment. The
deceased was one of the organizers of
the Kcpublioan party. He voted for X.
P. Hanks as speaker of the house of
representatives and was a close friend
of Presidents Lincoln and Grant. Ho
was onrn nt Weston, Vt.. In 1S21.
Former Secretary of State John Sher
man reached his 75th year yesterday.
The rendition of winter wheat on
April SO was Sfi.r., against 80.2 last year.
The session of the grand lodge of Elks
was opened at New Orleans yesterday
with an immense attendance.
Admiral Dewey and his men will
share about $lS7,Oeo for the destruction
of the Spanish fleet at Manila.
Henry S. Woodruff, the well-known
manufacturer and horseman, died at his
home outside of Janesviile, Wis. He wasJ
b years old.
There were serious riots at Shasi, in
the province of Hupei, China. The cus
tom house and several foreign build
ings wre burned.
. The thirty-fourth annual meeting of
the Illinois Dental soviety is in session
at Springfield, with about seventy-five
members In attendance.
A railroad company has been organ
ized in Marinette. Wis., to build a log
ging road from the mouth of the Ks
canaba river to Kcpuhlic, sixty miles.
Kicvard Croker's 2-yosr-old brown
coit Kt.ickt rbocker won the Kxning
Plate id '00 sovereigns on the first day
of the second spring Newmarket meet
ing. Adoiph Kasner, who lost his right
arm while coupling cars on the Wa
bash in JulyaiV.tG. at Tilts-field, Ills., has
been giwrn -a verdict of t'iM0 against
The skylight of the officers' calin of
the battleship Maine has arrived at
Chicago, where it w ill be given a. place
in a big parade in honor of Admiral
1 H'wey's vii tory.
The Japanese cultivate chrysanthe
mums in 6'. variety of colors. Of these
tighty-seven are white, sixty-three yel
low, thirty-one pink, thirty reel, twelve
russet, and fourteo-n of mixed hues.
At New York arrangements have
been completed for the organization e,f
the new plug tobacio trust, which will
absorb the American Tobacco company,
the P. -J. Sorg company and Lorillard
MetUro-'tS.teliolofclio: In onnril.
St. Louis. May 11. The fifty-fourth
annual session of the American Medico
Psychological association convened
here yesterday, the delegates present
being prominent alienists ar.d neu
rologists from every part of the t'nited
State, with a number from Canada.
ICecelver Onlfmho Kile a Kr port.
Milwaukee. May 11 The receivers of
the Wisconsin Central company and the
Wisconsin Central Unllroad company
have beenkordered by Judge Seaman to
file an inventor' of the rolling stock
of the companies that has cone into
their po?cssion since the re-eivertb.ip.
Had lire in I'hllailrlpliia.
Pliila.li-lj.hia. May 11. The w hole
sale toy Imiixe of M.-t '.uhlcn I'.i ol hers
liiirneil this forenoon. 'J'lt. ajdininj;
liuililiu;'s. cHH'ii!cil by the National
Wall PajT iitiiiKtny ami othe-rs. were
il.im;ieil. The total los i-i about
half a million: inureil. Thn-e lM..!ie
have ft-n taken from the ruin. It
i U-lieveil others were kiileil.
If yon are not fet-linr (.H. v!iy
(l-n"t you take HocmI's Sira)arilla?
It will purify ami enrich your blooil
ami do yon wonderful gooxl.
VOLUNTEERS AT HAND
United States Mustor Rolls Con
tain About Forty Thousand
at This Time.
L0CSL7ELT LEAVES CIVIL OFFICE,
In.l ow V. ail Order to ljr-.ul HI Konh
l.iclers to Uie Attack on lie Spaniards
Joe" Wheeler Again Firt. This Time in
t'ie I h IiI Orilei- to M.ireli Iterrtved by
I'.liunit Vr.ic-.i!) crs, V ho Will Leave To-.oiui-on
fr Not (".rlexr-". '
Wariiing-ror.. '::y, 11. IlepeT'S re
rclvsd at AJJuiar.t Ctm-ra! drain's of
Vlie up t ytsur.'.-y mcrrirg t-i.ow that
ii-1 n had Uti must, r- d into the
ve::rf;-r army of the I'r.lt. a S;atc-s. It
i- it .bal.lr. h -ver. 1. y th:s time that
thr ar ti::.: nu.T.!. r tstrteit.l in is about
.'"'" ir. n urd r.utr.lx i".
I itt't-,.:.rt (''lor.:'. Reosevclt sr!.l
far?Wv-:: yesterday in the- cfTit ?rs and
cieiks ,.f the r.;.vy oci ar::n r.t It Is eaf
to- say that r.ot one of the mploy.-s,
from the highest to th io, cct. deciim d
ti-' Snvitatit n v.hkiv was rent around
t'' all the ir-r'.-t:s t call at tiie assist
ar.t secretary's :T:..c ar.'i say cood-by?
t ilu'is.'vi-,; There wcie' rrny exrrrs
E o:is ef v,.;rct ::t his deri ituie. and the
wl:o rilair w'as Iakinc in that per
f.ir.dury char.irtcr which so cftci at
t .. hi s to cor -na p.i'-s of tile kind, ficm
ef the employe of the departments
i nited in presenting !.'' ! volt a vorv
handsome silver mounted cavalry cabre.
which ho displayed with pride upon his
desk to all of his callers.
V.'uitiag I:. Hear from Ills Colonel.
The new liiiitcr.nnl colonel win leav
Washington f r San Antonio upon tole-pi-phie
advice from Colonel Wood.
(( i.unandinir the rt-iimtt.t, which are
expetled within a clay or two r.t the
Ci lone-1 lioos.-v.-it uncertain
r his "rough riders" will be in
rc-adite-ss to go w ith tlie first expedition
to Culia or not, the shilling of the
equipment in time for them to join be
lt g the chii f obstacle in sight. Major
Ccneral Joseph Wheeler is the fust of
Hhe rewly r;.i oinled mninr rpn.Ti'a 1,.
take the field. He spent his last day
at the Capitol until his army service is
ended and loft Waliisnston at 11 o'clock
yotterdny morning for Chattanooga to
take his command.
As to the Physique or Oflleeis.
The war dct artnicr.t ials author
ize the stattmer.t that no orders have
1. -n issued to musterii.s fllce.rs di
rreting th-m to actpi all regimental
o'ticer. nf volunteer troops .'ippi.inted
t- gnvrnors of sfit. regardless vt
1 hyscial disqualifications. In a few
eases, where governors were particular
ly anxitos to -..rmnissi..n certain oHicers
w ho. ordinarily, would be r- j-( teden tli?
ground ef physleal disability, the mus
t'ling otiie. rs have born instrui ted to
ai.ept the services of the oflaers: but
In each case a special dispi r.s.uion ! a i
L- (n re-mired and a spe ial notation of
l ei i
tIECTEXAST COT.ONF.I. RexiEKVLLT LEADIN'G
the disability has been made for the
benefit of the government. Hereafter It
will be Ciflitult for the officers so ac
cepted to secure a pension, as they w ill
have to show clearly that the disability
for which the pension may be asked
Did you ever see one ?
Did you ever hear of one ?
Most certainly not. Con
sumption is a disease that
invariably causes loss of
If you are light in weight,
even if your cough is only
a slight one, you should
of cod liver oil 'with hypo
phosphites. No remedy
is such a perfect prevent
ive to consumption. Just
the moment your throat
begins to weaken and you
find you are losing flesh,
you should begiruo take it.
And no other remedy
has cured so many cases
of consumption. Unless
you are far advanced wiih
this disease, Scott's Emul
sion will hold every in
ducement to you for a
All Dmptrifitfc. mr mnA ft.
was ffue to their service fa the present
The fillbnMfr three Friends.
New- Orleans. May 11. The fnlted
States court of appeals yesterday de
cided in favor of the filibuster Three
Friends because there was no evidence
that she was fitted out within the Unit
Woman Mall Tulef nets i Motith.
Chicago, May II. Judge Orossrup. In
the t'nited States district court, sen
tenced Etta L. Cieary. the ex-rostolliee
clerk charged with robbing the mails,
to six months ia the woman's reform
atory at Indianapolis, and imp.ise.1 a fne
of $10. Sentence was suspended for
twenty days and the woman was) al
lowed her liberty by giving a KmJ cf
Two fiooi! ( Miens io tlenee.
CInrlnnatl. May 11. A special M Tha
Commercial-Tribune from Almy. Tenn.,
says: Itube Phillips and Jerry West
encaged in a pistol fight nt the door of
n church and both were shot to death.
The Weather We May 1 xpect.
Washington. May 11. Following are the
weather indii a:io:m for twenty-four h-Kir
from p. m. et Tdar: l or Indiana and llli.
noi TVrreasir.T cloudiness; wsrraer: wester
ly wind. For Lower Miehunn Partly tioiirly
weather: wntterel saowers: wanner: li'ht
s-mthwesicrly wiud. For Cpper JhobirRn.
V:pien-in and low Generally fair weather;
Chicago ;rain and I'roduce.
Chicaco. J.tay 1ft.
Tollowine were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat May.
oiened $1.7.1. closed J1.T9; my. opened
Jl.lG'v. closed $l.1i.'4: September,
opened ?."VjC, cbsd M',r. '"tn May.
opened 36c. closed S'-e; July. eren'-(i
"K'ic. clusi'd "fii ; Sptonibr. opened
37i-. closed r.fir,,e. Oats Mav. opned
Slr. closed lll'c; July, opened 7'4e,
eU'Sed "T1,!-; September, epcned 24l4c,
closed 4i.ac. IVrk May, opened nom
inal. e,,se, $p,.M: July, .pned Jll.20.
closed ta. n:.. I.ard May, opened
J.-I.821... closed $j.55; July, opened $."i.!tt),
Produce: T.utter Fxtra creamerr.
16c per rti; extra dairy, l.",c; fresh
packing stock, ll'xU'-jC. Fgrs Fresh
stock. 10c i-er doz. Live Poultry
Turkeys. ru re per lb: chicken. SH
S'ic : ducks. ..Te. Potatoes Common
to choie-e, 74'i;:c per bu. Sweet Potatoes
Illinois. 93M"S 4.00 per brl.
C liicago I.lve StM-k.
Hogs Kstimated rectipts for the day,
Cl.flOu: n.arket ative anil feeling firm
er; quotations ranged at $J.:Ti4 0.', for
pigs. $S.fl'et 4.13 tor light. $4.CCu4.03 for
rough packing, $4.H0',i4.;0 for mixed, and
$4.07 'f-j 4.2j for h'avy r'acklng and ship
ping lots. Cattle Fstimated receipts
for the day. L'.w-i; felmg steady; quo
tations ranged at $.'.eii'(i :;it fkir choice
to extra steers. $4.4nrj4.S."i for givd to
choic" do.. Jl.l.Ki 4.6r, fair to good, S'lf
4.LTi (ciinmnn to medium ?o.. $.",.S5'ii 4.2.7
butchers' stoers. $1. 0074. ?fi f. d western
steers. $1.7.".Co 4.L'.'. stor kers. Jl.e1i40
feeders. $i'..ii'i 4 4' rows. $:'..li 'a 4.70 heif
ers. 4.23 bulls, oxen and stags.
$?,.W(y4.K0 Texss steers, and J I.C 'iiS.Oi
ve-nl calves. Sheep mid Lambs Ksti
mated receipts for the day. l'.CK): iali.s
ranged at $'i.i,"'( wisterns. $3.(ifl'n4.5a
natives .and Jl.ten 3.1:3 Iambs.
Wheat Irregular: No. 1 northern
ne.mir.nl; Xo. 2 northern. $1"7: July.
$1.43: September. Iv-'ic. O its- Lowi-r;
Vi'i'Me. r.yt Weaker: No. 1. 7Jc.
Parley Higher; No. 2. Mc; sample, ii
Tho viucyarJa ot Italy cover nearly
We are building business on the great and strong power of
"Good Goods" at Low Prices, Our line of Men's
Fine all wool Suits at
Are made by the best tailors, trimmed in the bist manner, and
fits as good as any tailor mide suit. Our $10.00 suits are fully
as good as those that are sold for $).S0 to $15.00 in other cloth
ing stores Call and see this line. It will surprise you.
H e give a Scientific Box Kite free with every boy s suit. Your boy
can have great sport lth this kite.
TO DYE A FAST BLACK.
With Diamond Iye One ( an C olor Mark
a that It Mill Not l ade
or Waoti Out.
It N only within the laM few year
that it has lx-en wwille for an inex
cr'.eniNil ja-ron to a li'.u-k tiiat
wntilil not croek. fal nr wa-.li .tit.
Kve'tl llack ili'.l bv cty Main ilvc
ine; cMablUhnictil-; were m !1oiu re
liable uml fa-l.
The :uly'itt of three l!ain;ti.l le
F"at lllack for w ool, for , oitoti and
for silk nnl feathers has i liati .',-,! ;ll
this. With .1 P-ccnt uck:iev f our
of these Piamoiul lKr 1 at l!!:u k-t o-fi'.'-t
trial ";ies crfecl success. T.
il'rections u the packages are s,t
plain ami simple that een a chilil
can p-t l-tler re-ults than t!iecier-
icltceil ytT of a few years :i;.
Slice-- in lionu1 lvcin;f is M-cur-l
ii!v when th pi.iiuoiiil I-s an
usc. I . not lie lHTuailcil l.y any
ilealer to buy imitations f the lli.-i-
ni"iul iKes that haye no past ret-onl
to lccoiniiicio! ihom. Tin IKauii.tii!
1 cs are the only wnrranteil colors
for ilonu'stie I 11 r.
iivc the Children a Itrink
Calleil (;r:iiii-). It is :t 1 -1 1 ions, ap
M'ti.itio;. nourishino; fou lrink to
i.iko 1 mo iotco 01 colli c. oll hy all
rroccrs ami liked by 11 w ho loiv
UM-il il. U'eaiiM' when proH-rlv pre.
pa ith ;i iaies hkc n,e I111.-I ci'tlci'.
Inn is free from all its itijiiiious prop-
crtics. drain-O aids li.r,.ii,,n .,
slrctie;ihcus the iterv's. It is not a
stimulant, but a health builder -m.l
chiiilren. as well as a.lulis. can ihink
it wilh Kivat Im iicIiI. ('.is aUoit
one-foiirili as miu h as colTee. l.'i and
!'" M'!ll s.
Iflia'iiniaiisiii 4 ureal In a Hay.
Mystic Cure"1 for rhomiiaii-iii anil
neiiralo;t:t rmlieallv cures in one to
three tlays. Its ae-tion iiihoi tb.. .
Inn is lcinarkal le aid mysterious.' (
removes at once (he ralle ainl !iea-e
iiuiiiediati-Iv ili-aiiiH-ars. Tlie iiit
ilosr "-rratly hciirlits. 7 .'(cents. S,il,
b ( !t( Iirot i:i'. l."ill Scroll. I :i ini1-
lni!rv;ist. K.K-k Nlainl: (Jut S. hl.-orl
& Sou. I'l'll , Scroml .sti-r.'l. Itayfu.
l or Over I ifly Vi ars
Mrs. Win-low's Soothing Sxrup has
IhtII llsc.l for rhiMlvn trcthiiie;. J
soot lies the chihl. sollriM the .'nm
alhusall pain. -iirs wiml olic. ami
is uie oe-i renieiiv lor Diarrhoea. !'.
ruts a bollle.
Ileanty I ninotl ltee.
il':in I1I1W1.I turvtn.1 t ..L.n 1 :.. V..
lieauty without il. t :isc;iicti.t';iiih Ciitlmr
tic lenii jour blo.i,! and keep it lcm. by
Mining up i iiv iny liver and driving nil im
Pin it ies from the Im. Ikm t ...biv to
l ain.di pimples, I, oil,:, l.loteli. s, l.l.i, ad.i.
Slid tliatMcUy bilious c..'ii,leion b t.ikiin;
t iisc.ircts. iH-anty f,,r t.-n .wits. All .Img.
giots, bali.-lactioii gu.oatitoid, lUc,2V,i()c.
Mlien Weak. Wnri aiul Waste!
from kiilin v iliears. why not try
Tolcy's Kidney Cure, a rii:ir:iiilcis
iiuslicine. For sale by T. II. Thomas.
1 1 si fflfyiopjKr
tis.i - ii Din,, iitsji i'i.ii
Thai any stock In the
three cities. Every de
partment is complete
with the bfst things
produced In their re
DININT, CHAIRS solid
Oak, long post, brsoe rm, Kp
Cane Seat, only
IHOV I1EIM -brass
6 Ft EXTENSION TA
BLES nicely fin
ished, this week
Money raving prices
prevail. Special ad
vantages and Induce
ments for complete
S21 326 328 Brady Street. Davenport