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VOL. XLVWlgiT ROCKISLAyP, ILL., TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1S98. PRICE T11KEK CEXtoTj
TROOPS ARE STILL GOING III.
American Soldiers Landed on
to Have Met
WITH VICTORIOUS RESULTS OF COURSE.
Rumor of the Sinking of the Maria Teresa, the Spanish Cruiser
PAPEIJAYTIKX. Havli. June 7
yj (Copyrighted l.y the Associated
I resM). J'he landinc; of American
troops is reported to have taken place
vesicruay near milium some distance
cast of Anailores ami near a railroad
connection with Santiago. Later there
was light in;; with a Spanish force on
land in which the American wore
victorious. It is further reported here
that the Cuban forces yesterday at
tacked Santiago liy land during the
Ameriean Ixniilianliiiont inflicting
heavy losses on the garrison.
It is reported the lirst class
armored Spanish cruiser Maria Teresa
was mink by the lire of the American
'hh? Haytien. June 7 Copy.
righted ly I lie Associated Press
The liomliarduicnl of the fliru at San
tiago, it appars from information
obtained here, lasted from M until 11.
inllicting immense damage on the
fort iticat ions, which were riddled and
shattered hy the American ships.
Some Mnrrnf Tlinort hrapConKnttnlnllonit
Havana. June t". 10 p. m Copy
righted ly the Associated Press
The Spaniards claim to have repulsed
two American attacks today at Sn
tiago de Cnl.a. Ccu. lilanco has con
gratulatcil the Spanish commander
there for the -heroism" of the Sjian
And Ml for Naught.
Ilayana. June 7 Work on the foit
ilicalioim hIm.iu Havana is iN-ing
pushed without an hour's intermis
sion. Kvrn the civil governor of Ha
vana and nil the employes of the gov
ernment are at work on the forts or
halteries. and all persons out of work
are lindiug similar employment.
Our l'hlllppliM- Klrrl,
San Francisco, June 7 The P.elgic.
from the orient via Honolulu, sighted
the lirst licet of transports for Ma
nila May 'J.rt loll miles east of Hono
lulu. The Charleston aimed at
Honolulu May .'III.
Working on the War Revenue.
Washington. June 7 Ulcr sitting
until past midnight the conference on
the war revenue measure resumed its
silting at 1 today. The impression
is growing that the report will' lie
presented liefofe the close of the pres
Unit. Cnniinancler Sturdy I lend.
Key West. June 7. Lieut. Comman
der K. W. Sturdy, commander of the
I'nited States collier Poincy, died on
the trip from Norfolk to this port.
I'ollllml IMnaltllllle Removed.
Washington. June 7. The presi
dent has signed the hill for the re
moval of all iwilitical disabilities aris
ing from the civil war.
HOT HC.HT I.N MANILA.
ftpanl.h Out post HrUrn In by lhf lnur
ent t'nrrra tinier .tgulnalilo.
Manila. May 31. via irorg Hon. Juno
7 - Copyrluht. by the Associate.!
rrrw.) The Pranlrh outpcata have
t'frn driven In all a Inns the line, fimul
tancously ami with preat slaughter. It
I" said that over l.rfO have hern klikcl.
There has been fierce haml-to-hand
righting for seventy hours, despite the
typhoon rating. The violent winds and
torrents of rain render the rifles of tn
Spanish troop unavailing. The natives
eaMljr wlnatevery rtrp with their slash
ing krlvea. Todav the Insurgents hrld
Ma1ah'n. Tsrlao and Haroor. They are
Rajral Mill tlM Im4
i ! eura pa., m wwac
ROCK ISLAND ARGU
Cuban Soil and Are Said Already
Rushing Havana Defense?. ' -
now anarKlng Vanta Mesa and Moqte,
the Futiurhn r,f the city, which is com
pletely encircled for a distance of seven
miles. A native rejriment under Colonel
Aculnaldo. cousin of the lncni-n
r, yesfrady joined the Insurgents
inree rocKets were dropped Into thecity
Governor In In Despair.
Thy arc suppesed to have hern the
Pignal for the natives. The governor
has Issued a despairing proclamation,
begging the insurgents to cerr.e to term?!
and meanwhile he is arranging to re
move all the Spanish population Inside
the old walled city. 1'c Is filling the
moats, testing the drawbridges and
placing strong guards in the principal
streets and artillery along the walls.
All the other troops are campirg In the
suburbs. The weather Is terrific.
Admiral Dewey OhVrt.
Later. It noiy npe'ars that the rock
ets yesterday were not signals to the
natives, but a warning from the Ger
man corrulate of the npproach of the
typhoon, i-sued frr the benefit of chips
In the harbor. I vfrittd C it? w ithout
the Spanish know ing it. and found there
1I7 woundrd and fifty-six prisoners,
among the latter six Fparish officer-.'
the ethers natives. All were well
treated. Chief AguinnMo In the course
of an interview has said that the insur
gents are cag-r to rufh upon Manila
forthwith, hut that Admiral Dewey re
fuses to allow -hordes i f passionate
semi-savages to storm a civilized me
tropolis." Admiral Icvey Intends to
await the arrival of the American
FIIUNtJ lll;AK! AT (SANTIAGO.
Report or Debarkation of Amrrlran
Troop. Havana KeportH the Firing.
Tort au Prinrp, June 7. Copyright,
ISM, by the Ass i itd Press. Adviess
from Fantiiiso do Cuba say that yes
terday tr.ornir.g about 7:43 lively can
nonad. was l-.rard in the direction of
Ag'iadores. It Increased In lr.t-n'ity
on both side:i ar.d toward 8 o'tkk be
came vielent. At o'tlei k it waa
"till very furious. No further details
have been received, but It is believed
that the Spanish j-hips snihoved in the
hay of Santiago held the insurgents in
cherk when the latter were attac'Kin?
the tow n. It Is said hre. but the s iurce
of he information Is doubtful, that a
I'nited States troorsiiipdelmrkel trt ops
under the protection of the fire of the
Havana. June 7. Coryrlgh:, 1?91, by
the Assoi luted Press. At o'clock
yesterday morning twenty-four vessels
of the American flet opened fire upon
the forts at the entrance. to Santiago
harbor and along the coast line. The
firing ceased r.hout 11 o'clock. Further
details are not yet known here. Sunday
Colonel Aldea, with a Spanish force,
sustained a are near Tunta Cabrora
from the insurgents on the land side
and f.-eni the American warships. The
Spanish forces are well entrenched .in
the line from Si honey to Aguadores,
and yesterday they cheeked an attempt
of the American fortes to land and re
Tfre foregoing Is from a Spanish cor
respondent. HITCH IN THE C ARRANZA CASK.
BU DrnUI of the Truncation ot Hi letter
Cmisr a Itotay.
Washington. June 7. Lieutenant Car
ranza and Scnor du Hose, who are con
ducting their Spanish operations from
Montreal, have suerceeded In obtaining
a brief respite from expulsion through
the denial by Carranza of the accuracy
of certain features of the letter at
tributed to him. The British authorities
acted on the assumption that the trans
lation of the Carranza letter was cor
rect, and that thus there was no doubt
that the Spanish officials were using
Canada as a base for hostile action
against the Cnited States. But since a
question is raised as to the accuracy of
the translation no step is likely to be
taken toward a forcible expulsion until
the translation is established as cor
rect. The Pritish authorities have been
ready from the outset to act on any well
established cate. but the expulsion of a
foreigner it such a serious matter that
It Is said no sueh step would be proper
w hile the evidence was open to ques
tion. The Carrania denial raises a
question of veracity which can be readi
ly settled by the production of the
JVST I FKOM THE FI.EKT.
ftpanWh Torpedo lloat Probably Got Away
Santiago Harbor Blocked.
Key West. Fla.. June 7. An auxiliary
cru'ser of the Cnited States fleet which
left Santiago de Cuba at 1 o'clock on
Saturday morning came In here yes
terday afternoon for coal. Ehe had ben
In Santiago waters since Wednesday
li'ti.ti;. bat ss .. ,.( ..r fhips
of the squidroa c.t: y pa:t of Xtz.1 tlm
and saw nothlrg in te nature of a
bombardment. She reports, however,
that on Friday night, when about a
telle from shore, what was thought to
be a Spanish torpedo boat was sighted,
headed for the cruiser. Three or four
Ships Immediately opened a hrirr fir
upon her. and w hen the smoke cleared I
ftwajr tbt tprpedo boat, h.ad disappeared,
having CirpafcKuy fjt ' rucn Z?:s tne
Apart from the sinkin? of the Merri
mac In the channel cf Sar.ttego de Cuba
cy lieutenant Hobson and his gallant
companions, this torpedo attack was
the only occurrer.ee coming within the
l-nowledge of the officers of the cruiser.
The latter ay the sunken collier ef
fectually Mocks the channel Capt.Ovledo
the Spanish rfficr who went out to the
American fleet from Santiago to obtain
clothing, etc.. for Hobson and his inir
remained on board the New York for
three hours, and effusively congratu
lated the American officers on the gal
lai try of the crew of the Merrimac.
MORTGAGE OX HOBSOVS HOME.
rrominent Alabama Sin Propose That It
Shall Be Wiped Ont.
Mobile, Ala.. Juns 7. M. P. Inge,
trustee of the old city debt of Mobile,
and a former resident of Greensboro,
Ala., has asso-iated with himseX John
L. Hapier. publisher of the Mobile Regis
ter, and It. W. Taylor, auditor of the
Mobile and Ohio railroad, in an effort
to raise a fund to pay a mortgage upon
ine nome or the heroic Richmond Hob
son, at Greensboro. fge says:
"Through honorable mlwortune Mrs.
Hobsnn was forced first to sell a part of
her homestead property and then to
mortgage the rest, and has not been
able to redeem it despite the fact that
her son faithfully sent his mother all
of his pay above the cost of actual
maintenance cf himself as a cadet since
being In the service.
'I notice in the Alabama Beacon, pub
lished In Greeensboro, that this mort
gage is advertised frr foreclosure sale,
which w 111 take p'ace rn the 15th of this
month. Thus this brave boy's mother's
home is to be taken from her. no doubt
because from his meagre pay as a naval
officer he is unable to lift the debt. Now
young Hobson will doubtless be voted
the thanks of congress, together with
a sword or a medal, but these will not
ray a mortgage, and I propose to ap
peal to the people of this appreciative
natlrn to pay off this mortgage and buy
back the part of the old homestead th it
has beeen sacrificed, and that the title
shall be in the ne.me of Richmond P.
Hobson, where he w ill find rest with his
mother when peaceshall bring its bless
ings to our country."
What Will the Hons Do Xotrf
Montreal. June 7. Magistrate I.a
Fontaine honorably discharged Detec
tive Kellert from cestody on the charge
of stealing the now famous letter from
Lieutenant Carrar.za. Immediately aft
erwards Kellert's lawyer took steps to
take cut suit for $2r.,noo Jointly and sev
erally against Senors Du Hose and Car
ranza for false arrest. A capias will be
asked for to prevent them from leaving
the country. International difficulties
are probable here, for it is stated thai
the Cnited States government is de
manding the expulsion ef these two gen
tlemen from Canada. '
Gen. Harri.ton at Chicago.
Indianapolis, June 7. Ex-Prcsident
Benjamin Harrison went to Chicago yes
terday to atterd a session of the United
States court of appeals. General Har
rison is interested in the litigation
known as the Sny Island drainage dis
trict case, which has been at issue for
twenty year. Involved in the case is
the ownership of 110,000 acres of land
along the Mississippi river, in Pike,
Adams and Calhoun counties, II'.b.
Fltzsimmons to Meet McCoy.
New York, June 7. The Presa s-iys:
Fitzsimmons has promised to meet
"Kid" McCoy in the ring in a battle for
the championship of the world. Mutual
friends brought the pugilists togethcr
In the Hotel Bartholdi Sunday night
and there the man who defeated Cor
bett promised to give the new aspirant
for heavy-weight honors a chance to
prove his worth.
Sad Blow- to Mr. (irliTtey.
Erie. Pa., June 7. The family of Cap
tain C. V. Gridley. residing here, was
notified Sunday by the navy d-pert-ment
of the death of the husband and
father In Japan, as a result of th"?
battle at Manila. Mrs. Gridley was in
the midst of preparations to go to San
Francisco to meet ter husband and ac
company liim across the continent to his
Basn Ball Player in Trouble.
' Reading, Pa.. June 7. A committee of
Reading pastors yesterday swore out
warrants for '.he arrest of the players
of the Reading and Hartford base ball
cljbs fur playing a game here Sunday.
Ttie warrants were served on the Read
ing men. but the Hartford players had
left the city for Newark.
Coal Heaven.' Strike at Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, June 7. About 200 coal
heavers employed along the docks in
Milwaukee struck yesterday for an ad
vance of 1 cenl per ton for unloading
coal. As a result, twelve boats laden
with coal are tied up with the prospect
Of remaining so for several cays.
Sharkey and Knhlln to Fight.
New York. June 7. Articles have
been signed by Tom Sharkey and Gus
Ruhtin to fight twenty-five rounds be
fore the Greater New York Athletic
club at Coney Island on June 22.
Battlrshipa and Crnisera.
"Say, pa." asked little Willie
SpripRi, "what's tbe difference between
battleships and cruisers, anyway? They
look about alike in all tbe pictures that
I ever seen."
"Pooh!" Mr. Spriggs ejaculated.
"Don't you know the difference between
a cruiser and a battleship?
"rto, and I am t seen anybody tbat
does, either." tbe boy replied.
"They must be crazy, then," said
Willie's pa. "Why, the papers have
told the difference dozens and dozens of
times. Cruisers are named after towns
and battleships are named after states.
Any fool ought to know tbat by this
time. "Cleveland Leader.
Drba' Social Deaaorracy.
Chicaeo. June 7 The first nat ional
convention tif Debs" social tletuocracv
met todav. Delis delivered an ad
dress of welcome. Thirtv states are
represented bv 123 tlelcjptesi. some of
w hom are w omen."
EFUL OF CERVERA
His Act in Sandin Word That
the Heroe3 'on tha Mer
rimac Were Safe.
LIKE A EISIKG FEOM THE GRAVE
IVm the New to the Men on the Fleet Off
feantiago Smwipatm and Oviedo, the
Hearer of the News. Have a rirarant
Confab Latter Ssjra the Mrrrimae Mas
Kidtllcd, but That Hobson llrl.l Her on
Her Cour.c 1'ntll He Wa Kraily.
Associated rress Dispatch Boat
Dandy, off Santiago de Cuba, via Kings
ton, Jamaica. Jufie 7. Copyright. 1S98,
by Asrociated Press. Lieutenant Rich
mond P. Hobson ar.d the seven heroes
who aided him to block the harbor of
Santiago de Cuba with the hulk of the
collier Merrimac have escaped with
their lives and are now prisoners of
war. Two of the men are slightly in
jured, one In the cheek and one in the
hip. r.oth will recover In n short time.
The news of the safety of the men on
the Merrimne was brought to the flag
ship New York Friday afternoon by a
Spanish tugboat flying a flag of truce.
She came out by order of Admiral Cer
vera, who was represented by Captain
Rustamente y Oviedo, his chier of staff.
The Spanish admiral was so struck by
the wonderful daring shown by Lieu
tenant Hobson and his men that in gen
erous admiration of the bravery of his
foeman he sent his chief of staff to let
the American fleet know that the men
were safe and well treated as prisoners
I'ralite for Crrvcra'a Generosity.
Cervera's gallant recognition of the
courage of hi3 enemies evoked much fa
vorable comment in the American fleet,
and the praises of his generosity were
second only to the feeling of happiness
that possessed the men of the blockad
ing squadron when it became known
that Hobson and his men were alive
and well insteadof being mangled corpses
at the bottom of Santiago harbor, as (Af
crv man in the fleet had ron. In.lu.t ViorT
must be. When the tug was seen com
ing from Santiago flying the white flag
the Vixen also with a flag of truce was
pent to meet her. Lieutenant Stanton
was in command and when he met the
tug Ovedio informed Lieutenant Stan
ton of the eafetyf Lieutenant Hobron
and his mn7 and as the Vixen ranged
up alongside the New York and the
good news was shouted through the
megaphone the officers jind men on the
New York went wild.
What Oviedo Told Rftmpnon.
Captain Oviedo vs. conducted to Ad
miral Sampson, and after salutes had
bpen exchanged, he said: "Admiral Cr
vera. the commander of the Spanish
fleet, is most profoundly impressed with
the brilliant courage shown by the men
who sunk the steamer Merrimac in our
harbor, and in admiration of their
courage he ha3 directed me to fay to
their countrymen that they are alive,
and with the exception of two of the
men who are slightly hurt they are un
injured. They are now prisoner of
war and are bping well cared for and
will be treated with every considera
tion." Admiral Sampson expressed his
thanks for the kindness and generosity
of Admiral Ccrvera and invited Captain
Oj-iedo to his cabin, where they talked
for some time alone.
MKKRIMAC I.1TKRAI.LT KilfI.FD.
But She Kept Straight on Her Connie fn
til Sunk Where Hetired.
Later they adjourned to the quarter
deck, where they chatted pleasantly.
Admiral Sampson improved the oppor
tunity to show off the ships of the
American fleet. In succession the Texas,
Oregon, Marblehead and Iowa steamed
close by the flagship in response to
a signal frem the admiral, and Captain
Oviedo was given an opportunity to
judge what chance he and his fellows
of the Cape Verde fleet would have for
their lives if ever they came sailing out
of the harbor of Santiago de Cuba. In
discussing the Merrimac Capt. Oviedo,
as well as the Americans, was sur
prised that any of the men aboard the
boat had escaped. He said that all the
Spanish batteries had been turned upon
the Merrimac and that she waa literally
riddled again and again. The Spaniards
thought that she must go to the bottom,
but she kept straight on her course,
guided by the cool heads and steady
hands of the American tars upon her
"Lieutenant Hobson blew up his ship
himself," said Captain. Oviedo, "and I
suppose he destroyed It when he
reached the place in the channel he
considered desirable. She could n t have
lasted mucn longer any way, for we
were tearing' her to pieces with shell.
After the ship went down Lieutenant
Hobson and his men swam ashore In a
steady fire and were captured. Admiral
Cervera and. Indeed, all of us consider
the act of Lieutenant Hobson and his
crew one of the bravest In the history
of naval warfare."
After being aboard the flagship rnarly
two hours Captain Oviedo took formal
leave of Admiral Sampson, every honor
being accorded him as he left the shin.
A launch containing clothing and sup
plies ror the American prisoners was
sent to the tug and Captain Ovido
promised t'uat they should be delivered
to them. The escape of the mnn on the
Merrimac is considerei nothing short of
miraculous unless the firing of the
Spaniards was worse even than usml
and that is rractically out of the
It is expected there will be a general
engagement within a short time be
tween the fleet and the Spanish batter
lea, though no official statement .to that
effect has been made. If the bombard
ment comes off It w ill happen within a
comparatlTely few hours.
Consul GoMM-hmidt KorkHuly 111.
Berlin. June l.J. Goldschmidt. the
Cnited States consul general here, has
been 111 for three weeks and his condi
tion has now takeav a serious torn.
i i i
WISCONSIN FIFTY YEAfiS OLD.
8emi-Centennial Celebration Aaplrloaly
Begun at Madinon.
Madlpon. Wis., June 7. Every thing
was in readiness for the opening of the
semi-centennial celebration of the ad
mission of Wisconsin into the Cnion.
which begun at 10 a. m. with the start
ing of the procession from the North
western station.' upon the arrival of a
special train bringing tnivernor Hush
nell and staff, of Ohio, the oll'.ccrs of th
Milwaukee Carnival 8f?ociatirn and the
other distinguished visitors, ClaucWs
band, f Milwaukee, and the Arion
band of Oshkosh. As the processior1
started one of the university cannon,
placed in the capit'd rark. Ixiorced the
sigral ard all the Veils end whistles In
the city responded with peals and blasts
to tishr in the celebration. ,
Never was the city so gaily clad f r
any event. At each of the four corners
of the capitol park larse an hes are
erected In the streets, the upper por
tlens of which, supported by piersot ma
sonry, are profusely covered with bunt
ing and decked with flags, ar.d on each
are oil paintings of rien famous In Wis
censin's early history. Ab- ve each arch
floats the stars and stripes from the
peak of a tall flagpole. The princ ipal
arc h is at the east corner of the park,
at the head of King .' reet, leading from
the Northwestern station. This is a
triple arch, the Ftreet cars running
through the central portion.
The c fllcial exerd.-cs opening the cele
bration w ll lie held at the . university
armory at 3 p. m., when flovcrnor Sco
field will wo!oom the visitors en lichalf
of the state, and Mayer Whelan on be
half of the city. Res per.s.-s are expect
ed from visiting executives. In theeven
Ing the memorial address of the cele
bration will be given by J. V. Quarlcs,
of Milwaukee, at the arn ory.
Women Candidate for Ortico.
Springfield. Ills., June 7. At the con
vention of the woman's Republican
state convention to nominate three can
didates for trustee., of the s'ate uni
versity those most prominently men
tioned are Mrs. L. It. Shattuck. V-s.
Gertrude Hiackwell and Mrs. Alice As
bury Abbott, of Chicago, and Mrs. r
rie T. Alexander, of Relieville. J .
John Luts. of Lincoln, and Mrs. Ev n
Frake, of Chicago, are also mentioned.
East M. I-onN Station Matt.-r.
Springfield. Ills., June ".The state
board of railroad and warehouse com
missioners has indefinitely postponed
the hearing of the Kast St. Louis depot
matter, as C K Parkor, president of
the East St. Louis Relay Depot com
pany, telegraphed the commission that
work on the depot would begin at once
and that It would be completed by IVc.
31. 1893. The depot proper will cost 700,
000, and with tracks, etc.. $''00,un0.
. Hanity's Sucreaaor Named.
Washington, June 7. J. M. CSuffey
has been made the represe ntative 1 1 the
state cf Pennsylvania on the national
Democratic eomtrVee to succeed Hon.
William F. Harriet.. Harrity and Guf
fey were notified of the change by Sen
ator Jones, of Arkansas, who Is chair
man (f the committee.
If vou-aro not fi-elin well, why
don't you take Hood's Sarsaiarilla?
It will purify and euricli your Mood
and do vou wonderful niMr.
Straw and Crash
Serge Suits and
Wl I Moll! MM I
TAKE GOOD CARE
Of lour Karthly Temple Whew That
;me All at tooe.
A duty we owe to ourselves is to
take rood care of our earthly temple.
Mauv icoie alillM' tm'ir laaly. ami
the would hears them 111111 Mc aUwt
jHMir iicallh-thc rest if their lives.
Others are indiscreet and d tut
many unreasonable things that lliov.
too. lose their health. There are still
others who chance to Ik- victims of
circumstances, and thnuih a jrciieral
break down, or natural frailness, lose
When the earthly temple mice la-,
jlins to show ruin, the owner ln-ins
to look for a repairer. Sotm-tinics he
succeeds, and many limes he 'ails.
It largely depend tixn what kind of
repairs an- necessary. If it is your
kidneys, wo can tell you ju-t what to
Tot. This is our business. We are
repairers of kidneys. Mrane litisi
liess. isn't il ? IKi on wonder if we
ac much to do? Don't wonder
ajrain. for we tell oii now. that we
have thousands iimhi thousands work
ing at this repair wot k all the time.
They are very skilled workmen. They
all have the same name. Il is Mor
row's Kidneoids. They are a never
failing remedy. We know it and vou
will too. if ton try them. Why not
try them, for they are used here in
Mrs.'l5rown. of 2J11 Fourth avenue,
this eily. is one of them. She is well
a Ion;; in years, and has suflVrod now
for the last 12 years. Hasn't idio tried
to stop it? Of course sin- l:ls. ,i,t
never la-en successful, although she
has tried a iiuiiiInt of other prepara
tions. This malady is a difficult one
to master, as everyone MilTerin with
it will tell vott. Most of llic-m hate
constant pain. Sometimes -rv se
vere, and sometimes almost free from
il. Kill it never leaves one entirclv.
Mrs. llrnwn says she often had
severe catches or a slitch in the Lack.
These stitches renders one almost
helpless for the time bcin. She aw
Morrows' Kidneoids and procured a
Ui from llahnsen's di ti store. They
helped her within a week, even at. her
ajre and the years she has had it. "
The daughter says: Nothing
mother ever took hcliM-d her sociuick.
ly ami H-riiiaiieiilly. and we are ;lad
to recommend I hem toothers."
Druists sell them for .Vi cents, or
mailed bv Iletii Medicine company
WhenYoa Take Vonr aral km
I he most necessary article lo have
with yott (after your pocket lok) is
a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. Il is
an absolute prevention or euro of all
derangements of the ImiwcN caused bi
ll t-halirc of w aler You are likely to
need it. For sale bv T. II. Thoiiias.
Arnold's Itrotuo Celery cures head
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everything in Mens and Boys'
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OUR MAY BARGAINS
An alt raiting all the jn-ople
from all places. Knlic in val
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our Mammoth Furniture Knipo
ri tun. Our line of
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China Closets :
Buffets : : :
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ion from all. See
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