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VOL. XLVII. TsO. 107.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAliY 22, 1S99.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
SPIRIT OP SURRENDER
Evinced by a Portion of
tion. GEN. OTIS MEETS EMISSARIES
Aoaounrt Raitinc of an American flag
net Arr fleaaed With Kptlon-.ro'-naltla
IXcUm Ills Follower, Will
I'rrloh Rather Than Yield, and Prefer
Spanish Corruption to the domination of
Manila. Feb. tli. While the guns
on the city walls anil those on the
.ships of Dewey's fleet tirel a salute in
honor of Washington's birthday, the
four commissioner from the island
of Negros had an interview with Otis
and informed bim that the American
Hit had already leen raised over that
island, and t heinhabitants were ready
and anxious to accept any proposition
that the Americans might ofTer. The
insurgents have ren driven from the
Otis assured the commissioners,
who were delighted with the rece?
tion. that tlie Americans would pro
vide an acceptable government.
At.lINALIrO IS Olllll n.lTK.
Will Periah Itefore Accepting American
IJacninlon. I'referrlng Hpaia Flrat.
Hong Koug. Fell. --- - AguinaMo
has issued a manifesto accepting the
situ ition. ami alleges the country is
unanimous in his support, that the
jieople will perih rather than ac
cept the odious American dominion. "
and declaring that yen the corrupt
Spanish tloniiriioii is preferable."
Ni hrinr Tliejr Had Perfected
for a Man.
a re at Manila Feb. 15.
Vahington. Feb. 22. The fillowin-;
di.-f!--h was received yesterday aftei
!! -ri fr m General Otis, dated Slant! .
F. o. L'l.
and aJ'jns-M'd to the adjutart
'"The following was issu-d ly
riant officer of the insurgent
nt at Malolos. Ft b la. ls: f...r
execution during; that evening and night
in this city:
"First, you will so dispose that at 8
o'clock .it night the individuals of the
territorial militia at your order will le
found united in all of the streets of
San I'edro. armed with their balos and
revolvers, or guns and ammunition, if
'"Second. Philippine furr.illvs only will
tie respected. They should not b?
molested, but all other individuals of
whatever race they may be will be
exterminated without any compasFion
ufttr the extermination of the army of
cm cuj ation.
Muat Kx terminate the Americana.
Third, the defenders of the Philip
pines In your command will attack the
guard at Ullibid and liberate the pris
oner" and presidiarlos. and having ac
complished, this tney w ill be armed,
saying t them: 'Urothers. we must
aveni:- ourselves on the Americans and
exterminate them, that we may take
our revenge for the infamy and Irtac ti
dy which they have committed upon
ns: have no compassion upon them: at
ta k with vigor. Ail Filipinos en mass?
will s-cond you loiig live Filipinos'
Jn'i pf lid- m-e."
I .a y a Homo I lie I'laa of Attack.
"Fifth, the order which will be fol
lowed In the attack will be as follows:
The uhari shooters of Tor.do and Santa
Ana will begin the attack from without,
and llirw shots will le the signal for
the militia of Troso H-.n mdo. Quiato
and Sampaloe to go out into the street
and .lolheir duty; thoe of Pake. Krmita
im.i Malate. Santa I'ruz ar.d San Migu- 1
will not s;art out until IJ o'clock, unless
they s-e that their t'omianions need
t-'.ilher Independence or Death.
"Fixth. the liuliii.i of Toii.o will start
out at o i 1 . k in the morning, if all d i
th.-ir .July cur icvir.se wi.l I'.- com
plete. f'.roihrrs. Knr--pe , ,t im-ir at.-s u;
v know how ( .he as men. shedding
.on blood in def-nse of lh iib.-tty of
or I'Miriry lra!!i to the tyraMs.
War without ejuarter to the f ilscAmer
ii an who ;a e ilc eived us.
" llith- r in I. pen.l. ixf or death."
Th. re i no - fourth" paragraph in th-
insurgent "tm.-ment as furnished to the
rlLUINeo ASK 1'ISOTHCTIOV.
OltW ial front lite latand of Nrcroi Go to
Vi C.eneral IMIa.
f-r;f r.;l Otis yesterday t.lrgrajh.i
thai ".rral Miller "has sent up fjcr
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum taking powden are th greatest
mm a errs to health of the prcjmt day.
ant iiwikb aeiMOia eo , mcw ioan.
representative men. officiate from capi
tal of island of Xegros. where American
Rag raised and American protection re
quested against small insurgent force
I In islands. Affairs there and in Cebu
. very encouraging. Shall endeavor to
J rraintair and improve present p remising
couuiuor.s. ciwir.g to lack or r.unctu
ation and regard to economy in cable
tolls deneral Otis' bulletin is r.ot very
clear in some essential p.int.. particu
larly the referer.ee to the island of
Negros. A careful study of the dispatch
on that poirt h2s convinced the offi
cials here that General Otis means to
s-ay that four representative inhabi
tants of the island of Xegros have come
to Mar.iia. having been sert Ly Ueneral
Millor to meet and confer with General
Otis in regard to an ext.-n.-ior of Amer
lean occupation to that island.
Negrcs is the fourth island in the
Philippine group in importance. It lies
at its nearest poir.t about ten miles from
the island of f'anay, and ";-reral Miller's
forces must have beer in plain sight or
Negroa during the weeks preceding the
capture of Iloiio. Just to the cast of
Negro, separated by a very narrow
strait, is me island of f'ebu. uhich it is
also a part of General Otis' purpose to
trf-cupy. From General Otis' dispatch
It is gathered that neither at that point
nor at Negro is there likely to be a
very suoMantial resistance.
C.KX. C.OHKZ AT MATANZAS.
lleceired with Great Acclaim Military
Honors Ordered for Hun.
ii.aiia. r eo. . Cjer.erai Gomez ar
rived Monday night at Matanzas from
Cardenas. He was met Ly Major Gen
eral Wilson, military governor of the
depaitmer.t of Matanzas: General San
ger, military governor of the city of
Matanzas. ard the Cuban General lte-tar.c-ourt.
who is in command of the
Cuban fircen in Matanzas province.
From the railway station he was rs
corted by the Kishth Massachusetts
volunteers, the Second United Str.tes
cavalry and several local clubs to the
lalace, where he was the guest of the
civil governor. A reception was g:v:-n
in his horor soon after his arrival, but
lie did not deliver an address. L.ast
ve nins he was tendered an elaborate
Governor General Proc ke has di
rected General Ludlow to receive th
Cuban commander-in-chief on his ar
rival here with appropriate military
honors. General Chaffee, the goverror
general's chief of staff, with other mil
itary men w ill sail for Matanzas at noon
tciay on the Hartford. If he meets
General Gomez he will invite him to
come to Havana on the Hartford. Gen
eral Brooke determined to show Gen
eral Gomez all possible courtesy.
General Gomez's reception at Matar
zas was the most enthusiastic of his en
tire journey. As he approaches lfavar.a
the recODions ln rea.- n fervor.
Fittingly Observed In the Large Cities of
orator of the
Feb. 22. Washing
was celebrated with
the auspices of the
occasion was Seth
I o-.v. president
of t'o'iunibit Uni-
.fv lork. t-eii. 'I'l. M ashine-ton s
birthday was celebrated by a general
holidav, a general display of flags
and patriotic exercises.
ISoston. Feb. 22. Washington's
birthday was celebrated by a general
suspension of business, ringing of
bells, and display of flags. .Patriotic
services were held in the various
BECOMES A BISHOP.
I)r. Morrison Consecrated aa Head of
Iowa IHorese. in Chicago.
Chicago, Feb. 22. With the im
pressive ceremonies of the Kpiscopal
ritual, in the Church of the Kpiphuny,
its rector, Ilev. T. N. Morrison, was
consecrated bishop of Iowa by Kt.
Kev. W. K. .McLaren, bishop of" Chi
cago, today. Kvery seat in the edi
lico was tilled. Prelates from all pans
of the country participated with the
venerable bishop of Chicago in er
foruiing the ceremonies. The agist
ing consecrators were Kt. Kev. G. F.
Seymour, bishop of Spriiiglicld, and
Kt". Kev. Haen White, bishop of In
diana. Iiishop XichoNoti. oi Milwau
kee, otliciatcd as preacher, while the
presiding bishops were Kt. Kevs. F.
S. Millspaugh. of Kansas, and S. C.
IUaM. recently c onsecrated bUhop of
I'hilafelhia'a Kepubliran Mayor.
Philadelphia. Feb. 22. The plural
ity for Ashbridge (rep. ). candidate
for mayor, iu yesterday's election is
lr.'.cbb. the largest ever give n a can
didate for that otlico. 1 he vote for
Haskins (deiu.). his opponent, is 23.
43lS, the smallest in tnanv vears.
Iteef Inquiry Concluded
Washington. Feb. 22. Recorder
Iavis announced this morning that
the examination of witnesses in tue
court of inquiry into the Vcf cotitro-
i vcrsv was alout conc luded.
Pari-.. Feb. 22. The police have
taken every precaution to pi c vent
demonstrations tomorrow on lav oc
casion of Faure fuucral.
Another Snow Slide.
Silver Plume. Colo. Feb. 22. An
other snow slide early this morning
carried away several miner's cabins,
and buried "four men. two of whom
were rescued alive. The other two are
supposed, to be dead.
The Crip Care That Ieea Core.
Laxative I?roiuo Quinine Tablets re
moves the cause that produces la
grippe. 1 he genuine nas l- n. i. on
CANNED ROAST BEEF.
What the Men Who Went to Cuba
and Porto Rico Did Not
Like in Their Rations.
EIFRIGERATED BEEF ALL EIGHT,
Hut the CoBiama of Opiuiou of Wit.
nesfte Favors Reef on the floor for
Armies Mckuoc Not Largely Dot to
the Food Work iu Congrets Corkrell
Gitm Notice That tlie Aruir Keorgani
cation Bill Cannot I'a Thi Seiun.
Washington. Feb. C2. The court of
inquiiy enagd in investigating th
Lref charges preftrrtd Ly tier.. Milc-s
continued ycstrJay the hearing of tts
timony bt-aring upon the controversy
A number or army c tticers who i-ai -
tivi;3ifd in the Santiago campaig
were hearu. I'racticaliy without ex
ception the ottiters tondenint-d th
canned roast Lcef 'urnishec as a travel
ration, and reviewed complaints uUut
it which the men very generally made
declaring it ur.ala:ab!e and vanlin
in nutriment. Un the other hand, th
refrigerated beef suffered but little at
the hands of the witnesses, it beini
generally conceded that it was good
when d-livered from the transports,
and when it escaped the decomposing
effect of the tropical sun en route t-
the several coir.nmniis it was found to
be satisfactory. tjeneral (imimi-ary
methods in Cuba were inquired into,
Iiffleulty in preventing taint lefore
cooking was experienced generally.
TIitp was very little in the evidence
pointing to any use of chemhats up'-n
Indorsement of Heel on the Hoof.
The contention of Ueneral Miles that
the army in Cuba and I'orto Ricoshould
have been supplied with herds of caltit
or beef on the hoof. Instead of re-
frisr-rated beef, was supported by every
witness-, who gave his opinion upo.i this
question A feature of the examina
tions was the general assertion of wit
nesses that they would ivt have feit
it their duty to th men or llie army
reorganization to have made any spe
cial report upon the beef had it not
been for the special ord-rs calling for
such reports, but rather would hav
permitted the unsatisfactory ration to
pas? without further notice as an In -i
dent to warfare and to the peculiarly
trying conditions with which the army
was confronted at the outbreak of the
Little Sic-knc Dne to the Food.
A number of officers testified to
the belief that a very email proportion
of sickness in Cuba was due to the bef f
or unwholesome rations, but rather to
the climate. Theexairinat ion of witnesses
will continue today and perhaps al-of
this week in Washington and the tes
timony henceforth is expected to be
generally cumulative. Many officers are
to appear, among them being- eneral
Joe Wheeler and Clovernor ltoosevelt.
Ii te this week or early next week the
court will leave for Chicago and other
western meat centers, where it will in
spect the packing houses of the firms
which furnished beef to the army. A
thorough study of the methods em
ployed in preparinc refrigerated and
canned roast beef will be made and wit
nesses will be examined in the different
SI'KCIMF.NS OF TIIF. TESTIMONY.
fobodr fonte to the Iefene of the
fanned ltoat Iteef.
I.ietenant Colonel Charles l Yiele. of
the First cavalry, said that the ration
on the trip to Cuba and coming l.-ac k
with Shafter was canned ro:cst beef.
Color.el Davis What satisfaction u.
it give? Witn-.-s I i tn't give any satis
la tion at all
Colir.e Davis What Complaint:- were
made to you as to this beet? Witness
There er no complaints. There was
no c har.e e to get anything e!so and the
men took it and said nothing.
Colonel Davis They did us- it then?
Witness I didn't say they used it It
was issued and they took it. I saw a
great deal of it thrown overboard
"Did you have any reason to suspei t
whiie you Were ai Santiago that the
refrigerator beef had been treated with
rheTic.ils?" asked Colonel Davis. 'I
had never heard of su h a thirg at th-:
time." was the reply, "and surh an ex
planation cliil not incur to me."
"Did you eat any of the refrigerator
men l yourself.'"
"once; that was enough for mo"
Witness explained that the 1 eef had a
"close, musty smell, as though it hn-l
l-een shut tii. in a close room.'' ;ui-J it
I "In The Blues"
E is a common saying of a person s
s ho exhibits low spirits, nerveless 5
action and a failure to enjoy even EE
E the most cheery surroundings. j
s Nine times out of ten this condi-
Ej tion is accounted for by poor diges- EJ
tion, which affects the mind and
S nervous system, besides enfeebling S
E the body. EJ
I Paixst I
I Malt Extract i
E is a complete remedy for the 'blues' Ej
E md a promoter of good health and Ei
E good cheer, being a pure, nourish- EJ
E ing, concentrated food of easy
E digestion and soothing action. Ei
S I prescribe yoar "Bet Tonic la all S
S c )Mfe t pure end reliable tnair citract S
Z is iaoicated. If bas eivea me The beat sans-
S lacooa. DR. V. B. PATNE. Coria(toa,Va. S
turne2 him attalnst tne meat so he tool;
bacon in preference.
Captain Duncan said the refrigerated
beef was very satisfactory. He ate it.
taw no difference between it and beef
issued at stations in this country, and
never suspected its- treatment with
chemicals. Captain Enr.is. Fourth
artillery. said refrigerated beef
was furnished after the surrender ard
was satisfactory. Everybody, he said.
likeJ it and he never suspected any
use if hemica;s. "A sreat many of th
men would eat the c anned r .st reef
ar.d turn about quickly and vomit,"
Captain Knnis said, "and finally they
refused to eat is at all."
Major Jesse XI. I.ee. Ninth infantry,
who joired his regiment at Santiago
July .0. said refrigerated beef was fur
nished, seemingly daily, and frecjuently
fpoiled before it could be Rotten to
camp two miles from the city. Aside
from putrefaction there appeared little
ground for complaint. In an experience
of thirty-six years. Major l?e said, he
had never known of a can of roast
beef ever being issued.
Captain James I'. Jackson. Seventh
infantry, who was in the battle and
s-iege at Santiago, said canned roast
beef was issued off and on while they
remained in Cuha. A few complaints
were made, but he investigated and
found it was generally acceptable.
COCKREI.L SF.KVES 11"K .NOTICE
That the Army Iteorganization BUI Can
not Tasa Thia Seaolon.
Washington. Fob. Formal discus
sion of the HuII-Hawley army reorgan
ization bill was begun In the senate yes
terday. Hawley ard ..Warren, Repub
licans, supported the measure and
Slit', hell and Cockrell. Democrats, op
posed it. while Proctor, Republican, ad
dressed the senate in favor of some
amendments which h liad proposed to
the bill. All the speakers are members
of th. committee on military affairs.
Cockrell's speech, though bi b f. w as par
ticularly rotable as he spoke definitely
for the opposition to the army bill. He
declared practically in so many words
that the Hu'l-Hawley bill could not be
come law at this session. He and those
who stood with him were willing to give
the president all the money and every
man he desired, but they were deter
mined that no gi'cat standing army
fhould l.e fastened upon the country
titJv.ut fu!l and free distussior.
While Cockrell lva? speaking Mason
cf Illinois interrupted with the remark:
"I indulge in a filibuster casionally
myself, but 1 always sive fu.l notiie
when 1 mean to do s.i. I think it per
fectly permissible urder tlie rules, and
I would like to have the Missouri sen
ator inform us if sa.h is his purpose
"I am always frank " replied Coc krell.
"and I am frank when I say that I hav
no intention of beginning a filibuster.
I only want to secure a full and fair
discussion of the army bill, and every
senator here knows that it is impossi
ble to get such discussion in the ten
cays lett or tne session.
Then," retorted Mason, "we are n -t
to have an announced llliVuster?" To
which Cockrell did not reply.
The postofiice appropriation bill was
The house reached the last page of
the naval bill and adjourned with u
point of order pending against a tiro
vision fixing the ptbe of armor plate
at ?j4" per ton. The provision in the
bill went out on a point of order on the
grourd that it was not limited to the
armor to be purchased with the appro
priation in the bill, whereuoon it was
n odific-d to meet this objection ar.d
against it the point of order pending an
adjournment was raised. Much of the
time was occupied inciebatir.gar amend
ment appropriating to complete
the three buildirgs authorized to be
erected at the .Naval acacemy Et An-
The nava! committee with the excep
tion of Cumrr.ings strenuously opposed
proceeding with the work of rehabili
tating the Nava! academy until compre
hensive pians had been decided upon,
but the house overruled the committee
n nd adopted the amendmei.t. Til to "i."
Two important provislors in the para
graph providing for the construction of
new ships went out on point.-? of ordt r.
One provided that no motf than two
battleships, two armored and two pro
tected cruisers should be hy'U nt any
one yard ard the othr provided that no
bid for the i orst ruotiein ef;ships should
be; entertained from any firm or com
pany which had r.ot at the lime of bid
ding an adequate plant.
Pacific- Railway Debt.
Washington. Feb. 22. Th-- following
statement concerrirg the s. ttlinunt of
the Pacific railroad obi igal Ions bus beet:
made by the department of jusliie re.
Harding the agreement between ihecov-
e-rnment ard the t'entral ar.d Western
1'aciiic railways: The am i emc 1. 1 as
sures beyond the slightest doubt the full
payment of the debt of the Central l';i-
tic ard the Western Pacific railroads.
aggregating $r.S Sl2.71n.4. The total re
mit of these transactions is that out of
these claims, including the-' sales of the
T'r.ion ar.d Kansas Iae ific road.-, wide h
it was or.ee supposed would r.ot real
ize to the goverrment "0 cents on th"
dollar, the I'niied states will receive the
enormous sum of $!;3.5-J3.9C 13.
Iemoeratic Adttaorr Committee
Washington. Feb 22. e'hairman
Jor.es. of the ratioral reniocratic com
mittee, has appointed an advisory n ni-
mittee to the rational committee, the
bj-c: I eing to advance the interests ejf
the Liemocratic committee along the
linr-s of tht national platte rm Among
th" members are I. .1. Camrau. ef
Michigan, ar.d Jchc P. Altceid. of I. line-is.
Favorable Report on fablie ISuildinga.
Washinctor.. Feb. ?2 The senate
committee c r. public buil lir.gs and
grounds has made favorable reports on
public building t.ils as follow a: Klgin.
Ills.. J100.0'0: Kau Claire. Wi.. IC-fl O.-C;
Johct. Ills.. J!eO,G-
Injunction acajaat heal per a.
Columbusi. O.. Feb. 22. Judge Bad
ger, in the common pleas court, yes
terday granted a temporary injunetion
acainst local ticket brokers, restraining
them from dealing in sax-rial contract
tickets issued to persona, attending the
various conventions to bf hcJd here.
For the best made spring overcoats call and sec
the Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s overcoats.
We arc sole
HEPEAL OF THE ALLEN LAW.
Cioea on Itapitlly in the Illinois Legisla
ture Other Ititfeiiic Iolie.
Sprirglield. Ills. Feb. 22. Immediate
ly after the- house i -nvem-d ye-st-rday
'.:'e litree t railway bill 1 repart-J by the
t -irnmiit) enn niur.ic ipal -oj 'potations w as
read the second tin:e. Ailing Ite. 01-1-
red nr. amendment strikmc; out oft
n the enacting clause and substituting
1 he present horse ai;d dummy railroad
a t. changed to allow ary sort of mo
tive power t-xcept steam. The amend
ment w;:s adopted "4 lo rothir.g The
I ill was then ordeied to thiid nading
iiTiel made spec ial order for today
A resolution was adopted authorizing
i.'v governor to grunt ompiiniei.tary
1 1 mmissions to ottiiers of regiments
i;;ise! for the recent war with Spam
I ut never mustered ii to the seivice. An-
:htr resolution w as unanimously ade pt
eil instructing Senators e'ullom and Xia
snii to vote P r the bill providing a i:ni
irsal fighT-hoiir w.ikin:: day XIc
tlooity. the liemocratic leitdil. filed 1.
protest ngaii.st the ation of ih- speak-
r in refusing to rtiogi.iy.e liini last
.-ek. which almost uiusej a riot a'.
In the cerate Campbell pn seined a
resolution instructing Hi" committee on
i iunii ipalitb s to re-port his bill repeal
ing the Allen law rind substituting the
ted horse ar.d dummy u t made appli
r.ible to model n stn e t lailways. After
tin t xtencjerl discussion the resolution
was serit tf the e-ommittee on rc-sedu-Jinns.
Campbell ihr presented his bill
1 rid it was ordered to second reading.
J ort's bill to restrict the use of the fe
male face, form and figure fir advertis
ing purposes was passed.
Hep 11 ll Iran, Sweep I'hilnclelphla.
Philade-lj hia. Feb. 22. Corone r Sam
J' 1 II. Ashbridne. Kcpublican. was y s-
relay elected mayor of Philadelphia to
netted e'liaries F. Warwick by a p!u
iility e.r at least 1 oi.4,eij over lr. W.
liorae-e Ho.-kins. iJi-mo; 1 at. and thePro
": Ibitit.n. People s anl Sirgie Tax car.di-
-ates John 1 Kinsey. I t-pu bile a 11
was electe d to succeed himst If as city
F-.Iicitor. and Harry Fletc her and John
J). Lukn. Itepul.licans. and John A.
Thornton. Democrat, were t ie-e te-d polite
ii.ag-stratcs. the ii.ir.t.iity party being
t::titlet by law to tire of these offices.
lie Xared the Little .irl.
Milwaukee. Feb. 221'.. J. Hummel.
T li was running the fieight el-vator
In the Xtonitor le)x factory, performed
a brave and a remarkable feat. Th-
i"vator droppe-d four stories, with
Huinnie-l and a little giri. Katie Cshold.
a-- the only occupants tf th ear. Just
I- fore- the falling elevator struck the
Tt'jneJ Hummel seized the gii I and
'i lew her up on his shoulders. This
Ltoke the force of the fa'l an-I the gjI
was uninjured llumm'l w.s badly
ruise-d and Is now in the ilmergency
Kaitaiaa- Tax Meaaurea in Slichlan.
I-ansing. Xlich.. Feb. 22. A bill was
introduced in the housv providing for
tv. aorxiint m'-nt of a e ommissioi; to
negotiate with the Michigan Central
lailway for the surrender eif its special
charter. There was also irtroduced -
joint resolution proposing an amend
ment to lh constitutitn under which
tne legislature can provide f'r a slate
board of assewtors f corporate property.
A bill to apply the principle of the in
terstate -mmerce law to Xlich'gan wa,j
al-i-i nrei.en";dr .
for the three
1 J ) 1
I.yrch. a pioneer commission
of Chicago, ili. cJ from hcait
The railroad from
summit of White I'
iKiiay to the
Anotlie-r rii ii vein of gold ore i
porti d to !iae been found in Hit
bclla mine at Clippie Creek.
A joint pi :ilest from the I'nilt-d Slates
and 3reat Llritair to tiermany is under
pieparation in regatd lo ileimany's
at tion in Samoa.
Professor It. W. Wood, of the Wiscon
siti univcr.ity. has discovered a method
of thawing frozen water pipes by the
u. e 1 f elec t rit it y.
The- Highlard P.oy mine of Itiiighain,
I'tah. lias been sold to capitalists ir the
S'anda'd i I tompar.y for a sum up
Mrs. S;.iini-I Ii.hmI. of th" '-wn of
Hiillas. near cin tt-k. Wis., died of can
cer of the- stomach, having lived with
out ft 101 1 ne-aily five weeks
'J o k" Mi P.ride. of Monroe. Wis , hits
been sent.-: , d to a ye ar and one-half
in prison. lcl!rid threw ;i piece of
coal ir.to a S'M plate glass front.
.1. K. Tliomi ::on, chaplain of the First
Wasliii gtoii volunteers whose death at
Manila is r pm tcil. was one of the be st
ki.own irii.istt 1 s of Washington.
Frar.e-is II. Hawo. head of the great
china and glass extorting house of Pawn
Sr liott-r. New York, is dead in ;e-i-ninny.
a gel ' years, of aioilixy.
Christian ti ie-ni e treatment was cl--rouneetl
l-.v a Chicago coroner's juiy
nt the- ir.ejiie-st on the- body of Charle-x
H. Mixer, who died after a vveck's Li
Kx-Scridtor Sawyer has so far ret ov
ert tl as to take ;aily drives at Oshkosh.
Wis., and e-n5 some time each day in
th" Nation;. 1 bank, atte-nding to buti-
es - - - - - - -
eY l.-Hllier .liiiine.
Chit ago. Feb- 22 A new leather oiir:
i.ine l anital oeei, is being or
ganized to tnke over the tanneries out
ei'ie of tin- I'nitcd States leather e-oin-
pany. The nam
tion will be tb
of the new organiza
Ainerican Hide and
I.- ather ce.repany-
If von have catarrh, tloti't ilally
vvith local remeilies. out purify ami
enrich your Moml with Hood's Sarsa
A tape worm elxUteen fret lone at
leait came ou tii scent- ttfe.cr my tHkli.fr two
t'ASC'AHETs. Thin I am sure- ban c!iU-5tJ rny
bad health for the p-t three yearc. 1 am atili
taking Cascur'-t". the only catbi-'tlc atorlby of
ounce by aeaaiMo people- "
Geo. W. UowLts. Uuird. Mas-e.
TWaSf MAOll ?C0lTttO
Plena nt. Pilnuiiie. i-uient Ta.ie Good, in,
&ood, ieer Mc-aen. Weaken or (;riue. 10c. a. Itx.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Hntl.a - i.y. I hlm MHlr.il. In Tat. W
Vft Tf DIP iield aut irtie-aiiert hr all rfrna-
nw- v anv aia
Kiat lutlBE Tot-ace. o llauii.
cities for this
t h largest ami
1h!sI stock ever
It will lie a
to make room
lor hig ship
extra big value
new line of
some line of
Oime and see
11 I T II J
321, 3-'6. 3?8 Brady St., Dareupurl.