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VOIi. XL VI. ISO. 2G6.
ROCK ISL.A3STD, ILL., TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1S9S.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
INQUIRY FOB MILES.
No Doubt But That the Head o
the Army Will Have to
THE WAE DEPARTMENT AFTER HTM.
Interviews and Disclosure of UlaptUbni
Declared a Breach of Military Kerala'
t Ions Uen. Merritt LnitM the Philip.
pion for Pari, Others of His Officers for
Washington Late Nnrti of the Dmr
Washington, Aujr. 30. When Mile
returns nere ne win te asKeu to ex
(lain his recent interviews and the
publication of certain dispatches
which the war department has no
made public. Whether the investiga
tion will take the form of a military
court of in'iuirv or private interview
with the president, remains to le
seen. The war department is of the
opinion that Miles made public the
dispatch es of the secretary to Shafter
and himself, as published this morn
ing. Such action is regarded as
breach of military regulations.
I.EAVFs TI1K rillLiri'INF.H.
tiru. Merritt and Other t'nlted States Olll
rers Sail From Manila.
Manila, Auir. :50. The U. S. trans-
iort China left today with Hen. Mer
rilt and stall, leaving (ien. Otis act
ing irovernor of Manila. Merritt is
on his wav to I'aris as advis
or to the im;.icc commission
(icns. (Jrecne and Halx-ock with
staffs areWund fur Washington. It
is reported den. Iuos. governor of the
V iM-avas islands. lias proclaimed him
clf governor general of the lhilij-
pmeM and invited the adherents of
Spain to rally at IIoilo.
Nay No Drains Hare --urred at (imp
WikofT Froui Typhoid.
New York. Aiiif. Medical ofti-
rers at 'amp WikotT, Montauk Point
deny that there have Ix-en deaths at
the camp from yellow fever. Two
men whose deaths nere vesterdav are
aid to ' attributable to the disease
named wele, according to the surgeon?
in charge, victims of iteriucious mala
rial fever, uhich those unfamiliar with
malarial fever frequently diagnose
as the latter. lr. Senn. assist
ant surgeon general of the United
Slates armv. is limited as saving to
day at Camp WikofT: In justice to
the camp 1 want to .ay almost none
of the. sickness anion"; the soldiers up
to the present time and none of the
deaths have been due to conditions
which prevail here or have in the past.
The sickness has.leen almost entirely
limited to fevers contracted in the
south and the death rate would have
been much more than now had the
men remained in the south instead of
licing brought here."
Dlil Vlrtorla Inspire It?
IyOinl'tii. Aug. :!t. In some quar
ter it is alleged the czar peace
announcement was directly inspired
bv (ueeii Victoria, whose dearest
hojw is that her reign may not again
be disturbed by war. The iieen
confessedly long sought to restrain
Kmperor William, ami it is not un
likely she used her tjrt'at inlluenee
with the czarina to iccuri' the c.ar'
Costly Fire In Naohillle.
Nashville. Tenn., Aug. :U. Fin
broke out at - this moruinir in the
fifth floor of t ho hirire establishment
of Phillips V liuttholT. manufacturers
and dealers in stoves and tinware, on
College street. It spread rapidly, de
stroying this building ami those occu
pied !v A. J. Warren, liirniture deal
-r. Phillips & Stevenson, stoves ami
tinware, ami the Ilavie Printing com
pany. I he building occupied by the
American National bank was consider
ably damaged bv lire and water. The
loss is half a million.
K. P. Desire Military Kecocnltlon.
Indianapolis. Aug. :i0. The su
preme lole Knights of Pythias passed
a resolution asking congress to make
the uniform rank reserves of the army
second only to the slate militia.
Truth wears well. People have
learned that IVWitt's Little Early
Hisers are reliable little pills for regu
lating the 1hwcIs. curing constijation
and sick headache. Thev don't gripe.
T. II. Thomas. A. J. Kiess and M. F.
Weyel aiktl the food par.
vbolesoms aa4 sWIMeas
i scvess oo, m
DEATHS AT CAMP WIKOFF.
Fifteen Soldiers Die. One from an rer-
dose of Morphine.
New York, Aug. 30. Fifteen soldiers
died at Camp Wikoff and in this city
yesterday. The deaths reported at
Camp Wikoff were: William Boyle,
battery F Second artillery, malarial
fever; Timothy D. Novan, troop F, Sec
ond cavalry, malarial fever; Frederick
Miller, company A. Twenty-first In
fantry, dysentery; Philip FUoux, com
pany A. Eighth infantry, malarial fever;
Walter Hiegro. company F, Second
Massachusetts, malarial fever; Martin
Joltn. Jr., Eighth Infantry, cause not
given; Eugene Joseph, company D,
Ninth infantry, poison: Ringstadt,
company and regiment not given, cause
unassigned; Frank Oazo. company O,
Twelfth infantry, malarial fever; Chas.
Evans, Thirty-fourth Michigan, cause
not ascertained; John Cavanaugh. com-i
pany L. Seventy-first New York; Petet
Campbell, company L. Second Massa
chusetts; Edward P. Fisher, company
E. Severtyfirst New York; unknown
private; company and regiment un
known; Edward MeCullough. company
If, Ninth infantry, died of lung disease
at Bellevue hospital: Private Joseph
died of an overdose of morphine.
He was troubled with cramps In the
stomach and took the poison. There
were two deaths yesterday' among
the men suspected of having yel
low fever and detained in the quar
antine hospital. The medical depart
ment has not announced that they died
cf yellow fever because of the dispute
between the doctors as to what the
fifty-throe men in the hospital are suf
fering from. Some of the doctors assert
that it is true yellow jack, while oth
ers, including the experts, claim there
Is not a y 1 low fever case In the camp,
and that the men arc suffering fromyel
low fever in its worst form. Three
tranports were sighted last night. One
is thought to be the Mexico with Gen
eral Shaflcr on boarfl.
Pitiful Sight on a Hospital Train.
TIaware. ('.. Aug-. ?M. The hospital
train oC the Ninth New York regiment
reached here ye.trtay afternin
Captain Dr. fJeorge W. Lindhelm was
In eharge ami he was the only commis
sioned officer or physician on the train.
There were 2K rick men. forty of whom
were unable t pi t otit of their berths
Three ate likely to die before reaching
New York city There were pitiful
rights In the Inst three cars, where
the sickf st mm were. There were tliir
teen cars in all. Th train started
from Chicnmaugp. Sunday noon. Oro-
cery and restaurant men. assisted by
many Htizi-ns. had sandwiches, coffee.
m"k. lemonade anil fruits ready when
the train arrived, and kindly women's
hands carried the food to the sick men.
1'orto Klran Troops Homeward lUinnd.
Washington. Aug. ."0. Although not
yet oltieiully reported. Adjutant Gen
eral Corbln says he is satisfied that all
the troops in Porto Kieo which were
recently ordered home to be mustered
out. have started on their homeward
WISCONSIN'S INTERSTATE FAIR.
Special Attractions Prorltled for F-arh
Day of the Annual Kihibit.
I-aCroFse, Wis., Aug. SO. The annual
exhibit of the interstate fair opened
yesterday and will continue through the
entire week. The list of entries in the
several departments and the special at
tractions guarantees a complete suc
cess, and the race programme Is better
than ever before. Tuesday is LaCrosse
day. Wednesday is set aside especially
for Winona and Oalesville. Thursday
Is Governor's day, and Governor Sco
fleld and party are to be the special
guests of the day. .
There will also be Sparta, Viroqua
and Austin days, excursions being run
on that clay from nil three cities. Friday
is Arcadia and Trempeleau county
day. The entire week Is filled with at
tractive everts nnd large crowds are
exp-cted. 1 lagenbach's wild animal
show is one of the special attractions.
Changes In Knilway Onirials.
Spring". IJ. Ills.. Aug. 30. Cullen M.
Stanton, of Springfield, the general
manager of the Jacksonville. Louisville
and St. Louis railroad, has also been
apiointed general superintendent of the
Litchfield. Carroilton and Western rail
way, with headquarters at Carlinville,
vice T. N. Greer, resigned to become
general mar.ager of the Hutchinson and
Southern railway. If. E. Crane, of
Jacksonville, general freight agent of
the Jacksonville. Louisville and St.
Louis has also teen appointed general
freight agent of the Litchfield. Carroll-
ton and Western.
Hoc k forti. Illik. Judge Dies Suddenly.
Kenosha. Wis.. Aug. 30. Judge
Horace Taylor, of Rockford. Ills., died
suddenly at the sanitarium yesterday.
He was the oldest jurist In Illinois, and
was master in chancery for the last
thirty years. He came to the sanitarium
about three weeks ago and was thought
to be improving. His wife and daughter
were with him. The remains will be
taken to Ittvkford in the morning.'
Mrrartland Whips Dally.
New York. Aug. 30. ' Kid" MrPart-
Iand. of this city, got a well-earned de
cision over Jack Iialey. of Wilmington,
Iel., after flehtinir twrnty-flve rounds
before the Greater New York Athletic
club last night.
Two Tickets at Henderson. Ky.
Henderson, Ky., Aug. 30. The Repub
lican convention of the Second congres
sional district held here split into two
factions, one nominating W. T. Fowler
and the other George W. Jolly for con-
Condition of the Treasury.
Washington. Aug. 30. Yesterday's
statement of the condition of the treas
ury shows: Available cash balance.
000.211; gold reserve. tri3.lC-2.CS4.
The Apaches Lave three diCcrent
kinds cf violins, each having but one
string and played with a small bow.
The victory rests with America's
greatest medicine. Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. when it enters the battle against
Kdaeate Tear BeweLs Wits. Cases rets.
Candy Catoartic. care coaslipetioa forerer.
10c, tSe. If C C C. fail, drus-gtsts relund monry.
SCHLEY IS DETACHED.
Ordered to Porto Rico to Serve
as a Peace Commis--w
MUCH FEIOTIOJr AT MAKTLA.
Correspondent of a London Paper Says
Americans Are to Illame Do Not Un
derstand the Oriental Temperament of
the Natives Thnt Affair at Cavite Con
dltion of the Troops at Santiago Presi
dent Inspects a Hospital Train.
Washington, Aus. 30. An order was
issued at the navy department yester
day detaching Rear Admiral W. S.
Schley from command of the second
squadron of the North Atlantic fleet
and ordering him to Porto Rico as a
member of the evacuation commission
during which time he is authorized to
fly his flag on the cruiser New Orleans,
which will remain in those waters un
til the commission is ready to return to
the United States. Admiral Schley will
be accompanied to Porto Rico by the
following members of his staff now at
tached to the cruiser Brooklyn at New
York: Lieutenant J. R. Sears, Lieu
tenant 15. W. Wells. Jr.. and Ensign
Ok! ward McCauley. Jr. The order for
Admiral Schley to fly his flag on the
New Orleans is made in order to keep
him. constructively on sea duty while
serving on the evacuation commission
thus entitling him to the highest pay of
his rank, viz: 36.GOO per annum. It was
for the same reason that the navy de
partment decided to keep Admiral W.
S. Sampson in nominal command of the
North Atlantic tleet while he Is in Ha
vana as a member of the Cuban evacua
tion commission. His flag will be dis
played on the auxiliary cruiser Reso
lute, which wi'l take the members of
the commission to Havana.
Cuban Commissioner Sail on Saturday,
General .Iuiler, one of the members of
the Cuban commission, was at the war
department yesterday In conference
with the authorities regarding the
duties of the commission. Colonel J. W.
Clous, of the judge advocate general's
department, w ho will ar t as one of the
legal advisers of the commission, was
also at the state department yesterday.
He had a long conference with Acting
Secretary Moore regarding the legal
aspects of the case. He arrived here
yesterday from Porto Rico where he
was serving on the staff of General
Miles. The Cuban commission will sail
from New York next Saturday on the
cruiser Resolute which will proceed di
rect to Havana. General Wade will
act as president of the commission.
Oen. Gordon Arrives In Town.
The Porto Rican commission will sail
from New York next Wednesday on the
army transport Seneca. General Gor
don arrived here yesterday from Hunts
ville, Ala., and received his instructions
from Acting Seereatry Moore, of the
state department, and Secretary Alger,
of the war department. It was his first
visit to Washington since his appoint
ment. It is expected that he will Join
the other members of thecommission in
New York today or early tomorrow
MUCH FKICTION AT MANILA.
Whleh a Correspondent Attributes to the
Americans Ijtek of Patience.
London, Aug. 30. A dispatch from
Manila to n. news agency, dated Aug.
25, via. Hongkong, says: "The fric
tion between the Americans and na
tives requires, exceptional ability to
avoid total alienation. I find that sev
eral high American officials, of medio
cre education, are utterly unacquainted
with oriental ideas and unable to un
derstand the primitive races. Most of
the Americans are Inefficient in pa
tience anil numerous trilling misunder
standings intensify the friction. 1 be
lieve the Americans intend to be harsh.
The American censor absolutely pro
hibits, the sending of a single word
about the Cavite incident of yesterday,
and he threatens to expel any corre
spondent who mentions' it. A deputa
tion from the press is going to Gen.
Merritt to protest against his action.
The affair began in a drunken Amer
ican's shooting, and native sentries
tried to arrest him. In consequence of
the melee four natives and one Ameri
can were killed and it is now gen
erally misreported as being a deliberate
inauguration of hostilities. Gen. Mer
ritt returned their arms to the company
cf natives who fired upon the Ameri
cans, presumably inadvertently. The
natives assert that Aguinaldo forced
Gen. Merritt to liberate them and re
turn their weapons. The Americans
condemn Gen. Merritt's course."
The same correspondent cables that
the Americans are only "partly patrol
ling the town." The residential su
burbs are full of armed insurgents and
several personal vendettas have been
reported. The inhabitants are greatly
alarmed. There was firing in the
streets of San Miguel last evening. The
insurgent troops yesterday attended
mass fully armed and patrolled the
principal residential suburbs.
Gen. Aguinaldo has court-martialed
the offenders in the Cavite affray and
they have leen sentenced to d.-ath, but
it is reported that they wsre after
wards reprieved at the request of Gen
eral Andersen. The insurgents wish to
send a delegate to Paris, even If he is
not admitted to the conference. The
Spaniards are said to 1-e defrauding
the Americans in the matter of issuance
of rations to prisoneis.
REPORT FROM tiKX. Sll AFTER. '
Salaries of Officials Paid and a Ralauce of
JO.OOO on Hand.
Washington. Aug. 30. Adjutant Gen
eral Corbin has received the following
cablegram from neral Shafter under
date of Santiago: "I have tuday trans
ferred all business relating to customs
over to Major General La wtun. There
has been collected with the exception of
a small amount in July $103,033. Salaries
of officials and all expenses, including
street fHnin. city official, police, etc..
fcart oeen fafa to aate' leaving over
$90,000 in the treasury.
"The expenses of the customs house
have been cut down from $40,000 per
annum to J2S.000 and that in time can
be materially reduced. These collections
are all made under the minimum tariff,
including a large reduction in tonnage.
The economy and celerity which has
characterized the business of the cus
tom house has been brought about in a
great measure under the supervision
and good management of Donalson."
Condition of the Troops at Santiago.
Washington, Aug. 30. General Law
ton's bulletin of the health conditions
of the troops at Santiago, received at
the war department is as follows: To.
tal sick, 378; fever, 311; new cases fever,
10; returned to duty, 2; deaths, George
P. Holloway, private company E, . Sev
enth Infantry, malarial fever and dys
entery; Henry rierberlck, private com
pany G, Fourth infantry, jaundice; H.
R. Dolivar, private company H, Second
TJ. S. volunteer infantry, cerebral con
gestlon due to alcoholism; William
Hamilton, company F, Twenty-Fourth
infantry, inflammation of liver; Cam
Hughes, corporal company C, Twenty-
fourth Infantry, yellow fever; John
O'Brien, company G, First volunteers,
typhoid fever: Charles Thorne, private
company II, Sixth Infantry, pernicious
malarial fever and acute diarrhoea;
George Brlggs. private company I
Thirty-fourth Michigan, pulmonary tu
berculosis: Thomas A. Castel, corporal
company II. Ninth Massachusetts, per
nicious malarial fever.
American Peace Commission.
Washington, Aug. 30. There is still
a possibility of a change in the per
sonnel of the American membership of
the peace commission. Up to this mo
ment it is not yet definitely and ab
solutely known whether Justice V. Ate
will accept the appointment tendered
him and efforts are being made by the
president to learn his intentions in the
matter. The commission sails on the
17th of September, so that very little
time intervenes to make a changa in
the body in the event Justice White de
clines the place. It is reported that
Benator Lodge of Massachusetts is be
ing considered to fill the vacancy that
would so result.
Troops Ordered Mustered Out.
Washington. Aug. 30. The following
troops have been ordered out: Ninth
Massachusetts, from Middletown, Pa
to South Farroingham, Mass., where
they will be mustered out: Seventh Illi-
rois from Middletown to Springfield;
First Illinois, Lexington, Ky., to Spring
field; Fifth Illinois. Lexington, to
Springfield; Sixty-fifth New York, from
Camp Alger to Buffalo; Fifth Ohio in
fantry, from Fernandina, Fla., to Co
lumbus. O.: First Wisconsin, from Jack
sonville, to Carnp Douglass, Wis.; Third
TTnited States volunteer cavalry (Grigs-
bys) at Chickamauga; Fourth Texas
at Austin, Tex.
. Uave Had Enough of Spnnlsli Itule.
London, 'Aug. 30. The Manila corre
spondent of The Times says: "The
leading commercial men here have
signed a memorial to Lord Salisbury
urging him Jo use his influence to pre
vent the Spaniards from regaining su
premacy in the Philippines. The con
duct of the American troops Is ad
mirable. The town, since their occupa
tion has been wonderfully free from
disturbance. General Greene has been
ordered to return to Washington. He
will sail with. General Merritt."
President Inspects a Hospital Train.
Pittsburg. Pa., Aug. SO. President Mc-
Kinlafr passed through Pittsburg on his
way from Somerset. Pa., to Cleveland,
at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. An
Immense crowd was at the station and
the train was stopped while the presi
dent made an inspection of the hospital
train and shook hands with the sick
To lie Mnstcred Ont In I lollies.
Washington, Aug. 30. Acting Secre
tary Allen has decided to adopt the
policy of mustering out the naval mili
tia in bodies instead of Individually, as
heretofore. Mr. Allen believes that the
militiamen will be better pleased to go
to their homes in bodies where they
may be met by their people and greeted
HE WRECKED THE BANK
Cashier Confesses Ills Dishonesty t'nder
Threats of Lynching.
Minneapolis, Aug. 30. A Preston
(Minn.) special says: M. It. Todd, the
cashier who wrecked the Fillmore Coun
ty bank, has confessed the theft of all
the bank's deposit funds to M. T. Grat
tan. one of his bondsmen. Grattan told
Todd that a lynching was imminent un
less he made a full statement. Over
come by fear, he confessed that just
prior to the bank's- assignment he had
taken all the money on deposit and de
livered it to a former partner who is
now in LaCrosse, Wis.
The . LaCrosse authorities have been
asked to arrest him and further de
velopments are expected. It develops
that Todd is a forger, a spurious note
having turned up in the bank's papers.
A no:e given by the Presbyterian
church, of which Todd was treasurer,
was paid, and Todd said he had destroy
ed it. The note now turns up as collat
eral in a LaCrosse bank. Todd seems
to have completely looted the bank and
his mother-in-law's large estat. The
feeling against him is bitter, almost to
the point of violence.
Scores on the Diamond.
Chicago, Aug. "0. Following are the
league scores at base hall yesterday:
At Chicagj New York 2. Chicago 1: at
Cincinnati Philadelphia 8. Cincinnati 7;
at Rochester. N. y. Brooklyn 0, Cleve
land 2; at Pittsburg Ronton S. Pitts
burg 2: at Louisville Washington 1.
Western league: At Milwaukee Co
lumbus 10. Milwaukee 5; at Detroit
Indianapolis 4. Detroit 13.
Timber Fires In booth Dakota.
Deadwood. S. D.. Aug. 30. A destruc
tive timber fire which seems to- be be
yond centred is raging in Carlionate
camp, seven miles from here. It has
been burning slrce Friday. A district
five miles square, heavily timbered, has
been burned over. The loss, already
largess to be increased. j
Subscribe for The Ahqvs,
Ajutant General Corbin Issued
It at WashingtorfyLate
COVERS TWO KIBDS OF FURLOUGHS
One for Sixty Days, the Other for Thirty
Men Who Have Served lieyoml the
Limits of the United States Will liecelve
the Former Fifteen Dcatlis at Camp
WikofT, One from Morphine. Taken to
Washington, Aug. CO. At 11:30 o'clock
last night the appended general orders
relating to the mustering out of the
volunteers and the granting cf fur
loughs were promulgated by Adjutant
General Corbin. T those officers and
men who have served beyond the limits
of the lnited States leaves of absent;
and furloughs for sixty days will be
granted respectively, while to those who
have not served outside of the country
the leaves of absence and furloughs will
be limited to thirty days. Following is
the text of the orders:
Text of the Orders.
First, Tha following additional in
structions amendatory of thoso con
tained in general eraer No. 124, current
series from this office, are pullished for
the "Information and auidanee of all
Second. Except for the necessary
guard details and etc., of officers and
men required by paragraph six lessees
of absence for afxty days and furloughs
for the same period will be granted ail
officers and enlisted men of organiza
tions which hav9giyd fteyend tho
limits of tht-Unitea1states, and thirty
days to officers and men of organiza
tions which have not served beyond tfce
limits of the United States, wlran surfu
organizations are ordered to be mus
tered out of service.
What Will Constitute Desertion.
Third Such leaves of absence anfl
furloughs will be granted by the com
manding officers, after organizations
have arrived at state rendezvous, all
to take effect on one date for thirty
days, or sixty days as the case may be,
and all officers and men must without
fail report at the rendezvous on the
thirtieth or sixtieth day thereafter.
Any officer or man failing to so report,
will be considered and reported as a de
serter, unless prevented from doing so
by sickness, which must be satisfac
torily explained by the 'certificate of a
reputable physician. ,
Fourth Before organizations are
granted furloughs, the preparations for
muster out, as required by general or
ders, number one hundred twenty-four.
current series, from this office, will, in
view of the foregoing, be carried out
only so far as relates to trio inspection
and correction of rvoords, inspection and
transfer of such public property as may
no longer he requisSIfl; the preparation
and. cDBparlsoni of . p roper tx .rejurns;
12 to 18 Years.
You can save
about 100 per
S cent it you buy
your boy a suit
now, and its
12 to 18 Years.
tne steps necessdry to secure" certificates
of non-indebtedness, and for the return
of all absentees, etc.
Papers to Be Prepared DortnaFnrlough.
Fifth When possible all inurns and
papers relating to the muster out of or
ganizations will be prepared during the
period of furlough.
. Sixth Kach commanding officer, prior
to the departure of his officers and men.
will make arrangements necessary to
verify and protect all public property
pertaining to his command during the
period of ftbsessce, and place the same
under proper guard, detailed from his
command for the purpose. Ke will
notify the adjutant general cf the army
of his arrivel at the rendezvous and
the earliest possible moment, the date
of expiration of leaves and ftirloughs.
Seventh In preparing" muster r-.t
rolls, the number of otays while on fur
lough will be stated undet the heading
on the roll "subsistence. No. of days
and the paymaster, in the "Pay account
on the roll" will change the heading
For horses and equipments" to ''Com
mutation for furlough "fTitions," and
credit each man at the rate of twenty
five cents per day for the number of
drrs due and pay the same. The
amount so paid for commutation of ra
tions for the subsistence department.
Mnstcring m-srs May Administer Oaths.
Kigath Mustering officers are em
powered to administer onths In all mat
ters pertainiifc to the muster out of vol
unteers. Ninth Jif soon as practicable the
usual monthly pay rolls will be made
out for August and stnt to the chief
paymaster of the military department
In which the organtaatiou's rendezvous
its situated. TTpon these no liny alone can
tho officers and enlisted men be paid
pq-lor to departure on leajre or furlough.
yllT ore'er of tho Secretary of T'ar.
it. C. COKBIN. Adltrrt-Owneral.
CliTl'd ItTirued St Death.
Hal, Wia.. .Vug. 10. A temporary
dwelling on tho farm of Warren Oil
bert ssx milus coutawest of this vil
lage, was destroyed by fire and a 8
y.cald daughter of imugune Gilbert,
whichvas asleep in an upper room, was
burneif) to dath.
Jin I Ids lllcycTo Factory.
Mene.minee, Mich., Aug. JO. Menomi
nee is t have a big bicycle factory. A.
Dudly, builder of the Dudly wheel, has
purchased the old Posepny bakery and
has begurn to erTsSfc suitable quarters for
beginning iwork at once. He w ill employ
100 haridg. ,
Xjove In Karly Days.
"Yes," sa id Adam to Eve as tho twi
light drew about tho aged oouplo, sof
tening their lineament's to n h iiiManco
of youth, '"Jiow well I remember tho
day wo met! lrou wore a diffident
That was dll. Indianapolis Journal.
I hato a thing done by halves. If Jt
bo right, do it' boldly; If it be wrong.
leavo it undone. Gilpin.
To Care a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative lirouio Quinine Tablets.
All druggist refund the money if it
laiiBtocure. Hoc. Ihe genuine has
Li. 15. U. ou each tablet.
school time. Your boy
suit. We have 50 Boys'
Pants Suits worth from $12 to $15 In
Worsteds, Cheviots and Casslmeres to
sell for $7.50. Do you want one?
YOU KNOW US
It's the end of our season. We have
50 Boys' Long Pants Suits worth from
$7.50 to $11 that wc will sell for $5.
Do you want one?
Old to Make
Room for the New
Not old either, all this
spring's goods, but
they must be moved
to make space for im
mense purchases re
Big Bargains in
Sight for Early Buyers.
Reductions in all
lines worthy of your
Follow This Motto:
"Never buy until you
see what the Bi
Store has to offer,"
and you will be
TUBE CARPET GO.
324 S26-S28 Brady Street, Davenport
12 to 18 Years.
Boys Long Pants
Suits will be
closed ont. We
need the space
12 to 18 Years.
All of our