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VOL. XLVII. NO. 08.
ROCK ISLAND, LLIi.c SATURDAY. JANUARY 7, 1S99.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
MASON FORCES ISSUE
Introduces Important Resolutions
in the Senate Governing
HE EAISE8 THE VITAL POEfT.
Will Bring the Hirber Btsocb of
CoD(rcu Face to Face With th-
Responsibility Spanish Claim Hostili
ties Are Increasing Affairs In Cuba
Other Late News.
Washington, Jan. 7. In the senate
Mison. of Illinois. ofTered the follow
Whereas, AU J oat power of government
are derived from the ciiomiiI of the go-
Resolved, That the covernment of the
United State, of America will not attempt
to gvern the people of Wkuy other country
In the world without the consent of them
selves, or .abject them by force to oar do
minion against their will.
Mison rave notice that he wouM
speak on the resolution Tuesday.
GOVERNING NEW HAVANA.
Cien. Lndlow I.aneaa Proclamation of Keg
Dint ion. The Cuban tienerals.
Havana, Jan. 7. Gen. Ludlow lias
issued a proclamation asking citizens
to turn iu anus and ammunition to
Castle La Punta. By the same proc
lamation physicians are required tore-
port infectious diseases, saloons anil
restaurants are allowed to le open
until midniirht, instead of closing at.
11. To relieve the suffering and stop
professional leg;rary, fiuards are pa
trolling the streets ami are to report
cases of illness and destitution, and
emergency rations will ie issued. In
eases of illness sjxieial food will bo
supplied ly doctors. The Cuban
generals meet today at Mariano to
decide upon the course they and their
commands will pursue. They will
probably decide to disband.
Weyler (iivea a Banquet.
Madrid, Jan. 7. Gen. Weyler ave
a banquet to 14 generals and admirals
and a number of hih ollicers. Toasts
to the reeueratiou of the country
and reform iu the army and navy
were drunk. The quests made
speeches in which they expressed the
hoje shortly to see Weyler in power.
Bryan Ignorea Crokrr.
Indianapolis. Ind.. Jan. 7 W. J.
Bry.-.rs passed through this city at
nova on his way to Chicago,
where he will .peak thi evening be
fore the Jackson club. lie declined to
comment on Crocker's views as ex
pressed in favor of national expan
sion and against tree silver.
Columbus. Ohio. Dec. 7. The Ohio
miners today adopted resolutions in
structing the delegates to the national
convention to use their best efforts to
get an advance of 10 cents per ton.
and make the run of the mine system
universal through the competing
The ttMl.ro Kail League.
Chicago. Dec. 7. The Western Base
Ball league official, in session here
today, rati lied the admission of Buf
falo, N. V. It is generally understood
several changes in the circuit are
likely to le made lie fore the meeting
Itlngley Still Very Low.
Washington. Jan. 7. Dingiey is a
little weaker this morning. He suc
ceeded, however, in gaining consider
able rest during the night, and this
morning was able to take some nour
Col. William M. Wherry, of the l"th
iniantrv, to be brigadier general.
Nenator Morrill. Surrruor.
St. Albans, Vt., Jan 7 Gov. Smith
appointed I. F. Filield, of Montpelier,
successor to the late Justin S. Mor
rill, as United States senator.
Spaniard Says Hostilities arc lotrraiu.
Madrid. .Ian. 7. Gen. ltios. com
mander of the Spanish troops in the
Philippines, cables hostilities between
t le Americans audTugalosareincrca-
lobu rt. Wallace Assign.
Chicago. Dec. 7. John 11. Wallace,
manager of the Wallace Klectric com
pany, tiled a jH-tition today of volun
tary bankruptcy. The liabilities un
placed at :.';J6.ix0. The assets are
1 ro mot Inn for Wherry.
Washington. Jan. 7. The president
sent to the senate the nomination
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
powdtraarg the greatest
ot the present day.
GOSftZ THANKlt ETHAN AILEX.
Letter from the Cuban C hlef to the Cuban
New York, Jan. 7. Colonel Ethan Al
len. president ox the Cubsn League cf
the United States, which went out of
existence last April. ycslerCny rr.ade
public the following letter frcm General
Gomez, in answer to a letter rent fcy
him in July last to the Cubcr. veteran,
congratulating him upon the interven
tion of this country in behalf cf the Cu
bans. The letter is dated "Ir.gonio
Narc'ssas (Yaguajay). Nov. 9. l'OS
and addressed to "Color.e: Ethn Allen
president of the Cutam League cf the
"Dear Sir: I am in receipt of ynurietter
of June 29 last, which has led me to
express my profound gratitude ret only
for the high po.it c-l sentiments it con
tains. Iiut for' thoe you express cxr.
(trnin? my hur-b!e personality. 1 have
only fulblled the superior duty of well
understood Americanism. I have served
within the modest sphere of my apac
ity the interests of civilization end of
liberty as taught in your tv.n Am-rica
"The Cuban people are deeply grate
ful to the American pecple and cprre
ciate very highly their cordial et.thu
siasm and sincere devotion to the run.-:?
of Cul.a. From there sentinn r.ts in
tertair.ed by tr.a Cut.ir.s f; ri: fs the
confidence they r.ow fl in the 1 vai.
Just and nolle declarations of the gov
trnment at uf h.r.gton. I take this
opportunity to offer .rr.y grateful re
spects to you an; your patriotic league.
which surely has contributed so much
through the circle of its influence to
cause the sun of justice to shine over
Cuba. With all respect. I remain,
gratefully yours, M GOMEZ.
A dispatch to The Herald from Ha
vana says: "A colonel in the insurgent
army says that Gomez recently sounded
the army on his old ambition cf uniting
Cuba and San Domingo under one gov
ernment. The willy old chif thinks
that the ITnited States can offer no ob
jection to this plan, which, if acccinp
lished. would create a state strong
enough to absorb Hayti boon With this
done. Gomez believes the foundation
would be laid fcr a republic, which
would soon take rank in the western
world second only to the T'rited States,
Havana. Jan. 7. Major Genera!
Brooke, the governor general of Cuba
has received the following- telegram
from Iremedio?: "General Cariilo di
rerts me to inform you that General-ln-
Chlcf Gomez has just arrived at his
camp at Guanajayabo. and that ho
does not know when he will leave for
the capital." This was signed "Rafael
Carrs -za." but as the dispatch was not
an at er to an inquiry. It was not
St. Louis is to be investigated by a
Mrs. Florence Ritchie, an actress.
fainted in a bath tub at Denver and was
It is rumored at Newport News that a
large plant, employing 6. COO men, is to
be located there.
The Delaware house took ninety-one
ballots before it. elected a speaker, an
Hew J. Q. A. Henry has been elected
president of the new Law Enforcement
League at Chicago. -
The steamship Catania has arrived at
St. Michaels badly damaged by a storm.
but with all on board safe.
Young E. Clark died at Clarksdale,
Ills., aged 77. He was a resident of
Christian county fifty-four years.
The Electric Conirany of America
has been incorporated In New Jersey
with a capital stock of j:5.00O.00O.
Judge Grosscup has returned to Chi
cago from California, where he had
been spending a few weeks for his
The losses by fire during the year 1S98
for the I'nited States and Canada were
'li'.GSO.POO. w hich was JlP.COil.OOO greater
than in 1W.
District Superintendent Leslie Lewis
yesterday celebrated the close of his
thirty-third year of service in the Chi
The Massachusetts supreme court has
not declared the indeterminate sentence
act unconstitutional The decision was
that it was not retroactive.
A.nor.c the bills introduced in the
senate is one authorizing the construe
tion ol three revenue cuuers lor use
on the great lakes at a cost of 1:00.000
Viscount Cromtr. British diplomatic
agent in Egypt, in an address to Sudan
ese sheikh at Cairo said: "For th fut
ure you will be governed by the
queen and the khedive. The sole repre
sentative in the Sudan of the two gov
ernments will bs the sirdar."
CIVIL SERVICE BATTLE
Won at Last in House Committee
of the Whole by the Anti
BY A VEBT NABBW MAJOILjJT
Friends of the Law Will Demand a Record
Tote in the House, but as It Stand, the
Appropriation for the Civil Service
Commission la Stricken Out Objection.
Made to the Law Its Assailants and
Washington, Jan. 7. The antl-clvll
service reformers scored a victory in
the house yesterday. The legislative,
executive and Judicial appropriation
bill was taken up for consideration, and
when the appropriation for the civil
service commission was reached Evans
(Hep.) of Kentucky made a motion to
strike it out. This motion has been
made annually for a dozen years or
more, but has invariably failed. But
yesterday the opponents of the law laid
great stress on the fact that they could
not get a direct vote upon the proposi
tion. and were therefore compelled to
seek its nullification in this manner.
Even these appeals failed to bring out
the full strength of the opposition,
though the motion to strike out car
ried by a narrow majority 67 to 61
This was In committee of the whole.
where no record is made of the vote.
Moody (Rc-p.) or Massachusetts gave
notice that he would demand a record
vote in the house, where the friends of
the civil service law expect to reverse
Leader, of Attack and Defense.
Those who advocated to strike out
were: hvans of Kentucky, Grosvenor
of Ohio. Hepburn of Iowa, Linney of
North Carolina. Brown of Ohio and
Marsh cf Illinois all Republicans. Its
opponents were Moxdyof Massachusetts
and Hopkins of Illinois, Republicans
Fleming of Georgia. Democrat; Brosius
of Pennsylvania. Henderson of Iowa
and Dolliver of Iowa all Republicans
Swanson (ft-em.) of Virginia, taking ad
vantage of the latitude allowed in de
bate while in committee of the whole,
delivered an hour's speech in criticism
cf the policy of expansion. The admin
istration which could hardly be driven
into a war for liberty, had within a few
months become greedy for conquest.
The liberators of the Cubans were to
become the despoilers of the Filipinos.
Imputation Regarding Clerk Hire.
When the bill was read for amendment
Hartman of Montana offered an amend
ment to the paragraph allowing each
member and delegate In congress $100
per month for clerk hire which provided
that if any member or delegate should
retain any portion of this allowance he
should ferfeit his seat in the house
Mahon made a point of order against
the amendment and it was sustained.
Hartman then modified his amend
ment so as to provide that
any member who sought to retain a
portion of the allowance for clerk hire
should forfeit it. He said he had no de
sire to make any charges in connection
with members of the present house, but
he had reliable knowledge that in the
past some members had retained a por
tion of this allowance, in some cases
the major portion, and had put the
money in their own pockets. "No man
who would be guilty of such an act." he
said, "is fit to hold a seat in this house.
Bingham made a roint of order against
the modified amendment and It was
BATTLK OVER THE CIVIL SERVICE
with all correspondence and reports re-
lating to their work, was laid before !
the senate. Chairman Davis desired :
that it be referred to the foreign rela- i
tlons committee, but Hoar insisted that t
the senate had as much right to such
information as the members of the for
eign relations committee, and that the
president should determine whether
the sena should have It. The resolu
tion was adopted in secret session. In
support of the resolution offered some
time ago by Vest In opposition to ex
pansion Caffery delivered an extended
Dingley's Condition Is Critical.
Washington. Jan. 7. The condition of
Representative Dingiey, who has been
ill with pneumonia for almost a week.
has undergone a marked change for the
worse and his physicians ho'.d out little
if any hope for recovery. Although the
lung has improved considerably and the
cough lessened the effect or the pneu
monia has so weakened the system as
to decrease the vitality to an alarming
Sectarian School Oaestion,
Washington, Jan. 7. A petition has
been laid before congress from Rev.
James II. Ross in behalf of the Home
Missionary societies of the Hvangeli-
cal Protestants of the United States,
opposing the reopening of the Indian
contract school question, as urged by
Cardinal Gibbons and the archbishops
of the Roman Catholic church.
Sick Men Continue to Improve,
Washington. Jan. 7. The condition of
ex-Secretary of State John v . Foster
and Representative Hull continues to
QUIET, SUSTAINED STRENGTH
The Feature of the Situation In Trade
Circles Outlook Is Bright.
New York, Jan. 7. Brads'treet's says
The situation 13 one of quiet, sustained
strength. In wholesale distributive
trade annual inventories have occupied
attention, and distribution in this
branch is, therefore, of only seasonable
proportions. Retail trade railects the
quieting down of the eager demand rul
ing before the holidays, but it is signifi
cant that the majority of toe reports
received since Jan. 1 in this and in the
wholesale branch refer to collections
as almost uniformly good. Export
trade, particularly in cereals.; continues
well up to maximum figures, while re
ports from the new great industries of
the country are favorable. The cruder
forms of iron and steel have been in
rather less demand this week at leading
centers, and large orders ie few in
number, heavy consumers having pret
ty well covered themselves, for some
months to come by their liberal buying
In December. t
In finished products, however, and
particularly in steel, rather more has
evidently been doing, this', being re
flected in advance at both tl- east and
the prices of steel rails, steel beams.
plates and sheets. Returns' as to 1S93
trade in m&st lines have teen favorable,
and the opening of spring trade is
awaited with more than usual confi
dence, this feeling being particularly
marked in the lines above enumerated
and in lumber and agricultural imple
Business failures are exceptionally
small for the opening week of the new
year, numbering only 237. against 21S
last weeK, in mis weeK ai year ago,
4SS in IS97. 416 in 1&6 a ltd 405 In 1S3
January Unloading Sale.
Le'gltat Ion for Kansas.
Topeka. Kan.. Jan. 7. The stnate has
passed the exrrt-ss regulating Iji.l. Gov
ernor Leedy has signed the Casin bill,
creating a state society of labor arid in
dustry, and providing fir the election of
the labcr commissioner as secretary of
lona Men an Lurk.
Washington. Jan. 7. Among the men
nsmd f'-ir office by the president yes
terday were James D. Veomar.s. of
Iowa, to he an interstate commerce
comn-,:ss.T.er. and Silas C. McFarland, I
of I jwa. to l consul at Nottingham.
n Umhrj-o (ieaiua.
Lvrd t'rtwe, at au c lucational meet
ing at Liverpool recently, told an amns
icg ttrry of the little sou cf a friend of
bis who relned to say his Iesou to his
' Rcveruess. H9 a'.Iiaitted that be knew
! it well : but. said he: "If I say my Jes
eou, wfcat'fc the nse You urill only
male me learn something else." That
child will probatly be heard of again.
j To Cera a Cold la One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25c The genuine has
L B. Q. on each tablet.
Subscribe for Tex Akocs.
Claim That the Reform Has Throttled the
A little later the fight against the
civil service law hegan. Kvans moved
to strike out the appropriation for the
civil service commission. He reviewed
briefly the struggle against the exten
sion of the civil service law. It had
outgrown its original bounds, and he
was willing to bring the question to a
test by cutting off the appropriation for
the commission. He was not a spoils
man. He believed in merit ana in the
improx-ement of the public service, but
he was opposed t life tenure and he
was opposed to the present conduct of
Moody expressed the hope that the
debate would not touch the merits of
the law, but would be confined to the
merits of the proposition to wipe out
the appropriation for the commission.
If the law itself was vicious it should
be attacked directly and manfully. T
cut off the appropriation would be a re
proach to congress. It was mere boys'
Dockery said that if the Republicans
wanted the law repealed they should do
it openly. Linney said that the law
had grown steadily more odious with
the people, and if memters of the house
on both sides who spoke against it at
home would stand together the law-
could be destroyed root and branch.
Grosvenor said that for twelve years
he had seen this annually recurring mo
tion made and each year it had been
met with the argument advanced by-
Moody. But no one could deny that the
civil service law had overreached it
self. It had throttled the appointing
power of the government.
Hepburn said that when the law was
originally passed 10.000 offices covered
the largest estimate any of Its sup
porters dreamed could be brought under
its operation. Today 72 00 clerks were
within the classified service. He was
not opposed. h said, to honest civit
service reform, but to the humbuggery
which masqueraded under that name.
Henderson of Iowa opposed the
amendment. If the Republican rartv
faced about ar.d took up the crv of
spoilsmen instead of building up and
strengthening civil service reform It
voull seal its own death warrant.
Heard, the Foreign Relation. Committee.
Washington. Jan. 7. Immediately aft
er the senate convened yesterday the
resolution offe-ed by Hoar calling on
the president for information as to the
instructions cf the commissioners who
rjiKCtite4 th-e treaty of Paris..togetber
: nrtffpr s PTrrmRiv r-onression rtt shn ni.
uddy little feller and he said, "Now . . . , . , . . '
. " . . I hai. but he urcod the extension of thf
bo tbe pis, and let me be ler." But I
illy said, "I aiu't a vcryj good pig 0!.
d m . Ill . . - LUOI ."7, -A A1VT lf X 111. 11 ItllJUOtCi liCI C, Jl k
inner, aud it 11 be time 'nuCT for ..,., r '
Time Kuouth to Bel
One day Billy, that's my brother, he
and Sammy Duppy was playin by a
mudhole, and Billy be said:
V2sow, Sammy, lo's play .wo was a
barnyard. Von be the pin and lie down
aud woller, aud I'll be a boll and heller
like every thing. " .
Ho they got down on theirihands and
knees, and Sammy he got iu. tho mud
and wollered, whilo Billy hollered like
distant thunder. Bitneby Siunniy he
cum out muddy you never ;see 6uch a
yon to beller when yer mother eees yer
close. bcrap Book.
Played It on the JadKr.
Counsel for tbe plaiutiif ia a ocrtuin
case made nso dating an argument of
tho word "brougham. " :
"Excuse my iut-errnpting' you, Mr.
Brief," said tho judge, "but in the so
ciety in which 1 am accustomed to move
we prououueo the word 'brocai,' aud so
save a syllable. "
During his summing cp the judge
bad occasion to no tbe W(d "oiaui
Excne me. m'ltid, " troifc ia coun
sel, "but iu the society iu vthicb 1 am
accustomei to move we proubuuee that
word 'b5,'a:id so ?avc two syllables."
MUST UNLOAD QUICK. Make prices accordingly. ' Great luck
for late buyers.
20 Per Cent Off any Winter Overcoat or Ulster in the House.
Children's Suits worth $5 and 6. all go QQ
Suits sold for $3.50 to $4, all go
Child's Suits sold for $2.50 and $3, all go
Child's Suits sold for $1.50. all go
for . .'
Choice of fine Flannel and Lawn Blouse sold
for $1.50 and $2, all go for
Choice of any Mother's Friend Waist in the
house for." ".
Heavy Lined Duck Vests sold for 75c.
Choice of any Boys1 Shirt in the house
sold for $1 ..
All 69 and 50c Mother's Friend Waists go
Boys' Knee Pants sold for 25c
All Leather Faced Mitts sold for 25c go
20 per cent reduction on all Men's and Boys' Reefers.
Suspenders sold for 25c on this
Odds and Ends in Underwear that sold
to $1.25 for '
Men's Woolen Bants sold for $3 and $3.50, 0 Cfl
Men's Pants sold for $2.50 and $2.75, go
Men's Overalls, blue demin
Fine Merino aud Wool Socks worth 25c,
Heavy Ribbed Underwear sold for 50c, go
Plenty of other goods marked down that will interest you. Twenty per
cent reduction on any Winter Overcoat or Ulster in the house. Plenty to
AND ON EARTH PEACE.
England's Reply to Russia's Pro
posals for international
WILL GLADLY SEND A DELEGATE.
Salisbury Thoroughly Indorse, the Move-
ment -2o Nation More Interested In
Peace Than Great Itritain London Kdi
tors Find Fault with France Chinese
Outrage on a Missionary Our Minister
to China Makes Another Protest.
Pekin. Jan. 7. The United States
minister here, Kdwln If. Conger, acting
upon Instructions from Washington,
has vigorously protested against the
extension of the French or any other
operare with the proposed efTort to pro-
videa remedy for the evil; and if in any
degree it succeeds they feel that the
sovereign to whose suggestion it is due
will have richly earned the gratitude
of the world at large."
MORE CONPLAINT OF FKAKCF.
The Chinese divide the day into 13
parts of two hours each. The Italians
reckon 24 hours round instead of two
divisions or vi nonrs eacix. as we do.
A backing cough is a grave-yard
eongh; the sooner yon Ret rid of it the
bt-cter. Don't wait nntil it develops
into consumption, but use the cele
brated Dr. John w. .bull s tjougn
Syrup at once. It ia a wonderful
remedy for all throat and lung affec
tions, and will cure a deep-seated
coneb. or cold ia a few days.
Wi!l cure a Hacking Cetigh.
lMe arc ma!) and pleasant btake? Doctors
rcciruoitnd it. fn 25 cts. At all draggu-
tested against the mining and railroad
Salisbury's KeplT to the Czar.
London, Jan. 7. The reply of Lord
Salisbury to the proposal of Emperor
Xicholas for a disarmament conference
of the powers, which is Just published
promises the cordial co-operation of the
British government and asks for an In
dication of the heads of the discussion
at the conference. In the course of the
docuimnt. whirh was transmitted
through the lit. Hon. Sir Charles Stew
art Fcott. Uritish ambassador at St.
Petersburg. Lord Salisbury assures the
czar of the government's cordial sym
pathy. He goes on to say: "This sym
pathy is not confined to the govern
ment, l ut is equally shared by popular
opinion, which has been strikingly man
ifested by the numerous resolutions
adopted by public meetings and socie
ties. John Hull Anxious for Peace.
"There are, indeed, few nations, if
any. which both on grounds of feeling
and interest are more concerned in the
maintenance of general peace than
Great Britain. The statements which
constitute the grounds of the emperor's
proposal are but too well justified. It
is unfortunately true that while a de
sire for themaintenanceof peace is gen
erally professed, and while in fact se
rious and successful efforts on more
than one recent occasion have been
made with that object by the great
powers, there has been a constant ten
dency on the part of almost every na
tion to increase its armed force and add
to the already vast expenditure on the
appliances of war.
Bl Uant Deter the Warlike.
The perfection of the instruments
thus brought Into use. their extreme
costliness and the horrible carnage and
destruction which would ensue from
their employment on a large 6cale, have
acted, no doubt, es a serious determent
from war, btit th burdens imposed by
this process on the populations affected
must. If prolonged, produce a feeling of
unrest and discontent, menacing to both
internal and external tranquillity. Her
majesty'" government wijl. gladly.- co-
London Papers on a 3Iadagasoar Blue Book
Chinese Outrage. "
London, Jan. 7. blue book has just
been issued containing the correspfm
dence between Great Britain and
Frai e on the subject of trade restric
tions In Madagascar. The only conces
sion, apparently, which has resulted
from Lord Salisbury's numerous pro
tests is the revocation of the decree
confining the coast trade to French ves
sels, which M. Delcasse, French foreign
minister, notified to the Uritish gov
ernment in a dispatch dated Dec. 9
AU the morning papers comment up
on the blue book, asking how it is pos
sible to live in amity with a country
which tramples upon treaty rights and
treats a friendiy country in such a man
ner. The Times says: "It is a good
thing for the world's peace that we are
able to possess our souls in patience un
der the pin pricks of the French gov
ernment which, under the cover of
grandiloquent phrases, habitually acts
with cupidity and the shortsighted cun
ning of the peasant."
Berlin. Jan. 7. Letters r - !--d here
from Kiaou-Chou, the Germa.11 fo: titled
settlement in the province of Shan
Tung, China, give details of an outrage
upon Father Stentz, the German Roman
Catholic missionary, on Nov. 9 last.
Finding himself confronted by crowds
of Chinese who were clamoring for the
destruction of the Christians, he took
refuge in a hut, but he was dragged
out, his clothes were torn from his back,
he was struck with sticks and pricked
with knives and lances and his beard
torn out. The Chinese threatened to
fiay him alive. ( n the following day
his persecutors prepared to hang him
by the wrists. Finally a mandarin In
terfered in his behalf, but compelled
him to leave the district with a promise
never to return.
Paris. Jan. 7. In the best informed
quarters here it is regarded as probable
that France and Great Britain will
reach an agreement on the Newfound
land shore question which wi!l be satis
factory to Great Britain.
Tanner and the Pharmacy Board.
Springfield, Ills., Jan. 7. Governor
Tanner yesterday demanded the resig
nations of W. C. Simpson, of Vienna,
and Fred Leuder. of Peoria, Republican
members of the state board of phar
macy, and has decided not to send the
appointment of William Bodemann, of
Chicago, to the senate for confirmation.
This action Is the outcome of the failure
of the board to elect A. J. Kuenster, of
Waterloo, the governor's choice, as sec
retary at Its recent meeting.
Sherry Denies the Charges.
Milwaukee. Jan. 7. A Sentinel special
from Oshkosh. Wis..-says that Henry
Sherry, of Neenah. denies the charges
of Irregularity made against him by
those seeking to prevent his discharge
from bankruptcy. Sherry said: "The
statement Is totally false"
The best wav to avoid sickness is
to keep yourself healthy taking
Hood's Sariaparilla, tbe great blood
A Good Time
Next 30 Days
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