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VOL. XL. VI I. NO. 121.
IIOCK ISLAND, ILL., FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1S!)9.
TRICE THREE CENTS.
LAWTON AT MANILA.
The Grant, the First of the East
Going Transports, is
REACHES EES DEST5TNATI0N.
I'oinmaiKlrr of the Troop Keportu at
ln-e to Gen. Oti Weather i. Morn
Bloilcrits In the I'liUlppine. Kuwla
ModUlr Her I'onitlon a, to China
Otlirr rati- New by Wire.
Manila, March 10, .1 p.
Lawton, who arrived todav
immediate! v to (icn. Otis.
I lis troops
will In disembarked 1 m ujc i c-i v. At
'' thi.- afternoon the temperature was
0 anl the weather showery.
Washington. March 10. A Manila
cable reports that the traii.-port (irant
arrived with the troops in good con
dition. Manila Marc h 10. N.. on. With the
exception of San I'edro Maeali, where
the sharpshooters annoy the Amcri
ean tro.ips, matters are unusually
juiet along the line. The weather is
A CHANGE IN CUBA.
Aflmliiitt rat ion on.lilcrliijr Kcplaclnc of
Military ly Civil (iuvrrninrnt.
Washington, March 10. '1 he ad-mini-d
ration i- considering the ailvis
aliilitv of a change in some features
of the government of I'll ha. It is
probable? the military government
will, to a certain extent. be replaced
by civil. The head must, of course,
remain military, hut the plan is to
have civil ollicers inste.nl of military
in cabinet anil subordinate positions.
It i- liclievcd experts in linance. reve
ii u etc., will get along more smooth
ly ami he more iliplomatic than the
army ntlieers. who are accustomeil to
.-triet eiifoicemant of orders.
A WOMAN PAYS PENALTY.
Ilnc-il nn tlie Saint- SrafTll Willi Her
A-fiinillfl-f In M imlcr f IIt II ii.l,.uil.
St. Schala-tiipn.. uc.. March IK.
'or!eili.i 1'oiricr ami Samuel l'ar-dow.
her lover, were hanged this morning
on t he same scatTohl for the munler
of t he woman's hu.-Iainl. 1 1 1 1 necks
were broken. The woman was firm
ami I'oIIecteil t h rollgholl t , hut the
man exhibited les courage. Itotli
i-infeisei ami I rift to put the crime
on t he ot her.
Clas-ow. Ky.. March 1. John
Franklin was hanged for t he murder
of his motlier-iu-law, Mrs. IJowlcs.
KliaUth. N. .1.. March lo. Louis
ltoc-do was hanged for the munler of
.lames ( ". I'itts with the object of rob-l-ery.
SCALE IS AGREED TO.
.lolnt Convent titn of 4lpratorn antl Miners
Adjourn at frlullt-M.
SpringiicM. 111. March lo. The
con vent i -n of t lie coal operators and
miners concluded this morning with
the adoption of the agreement and
.-ah- n pi-rted bv the joint committee
It rntitics the Pittsbiirj; agreement to
remain in ctTect till March ol. 1'joo.
ICuHolat liaitci'o Her 1'imllioii in
the 1 1 one
Pt kin. March H'. The Chinese for
eign ollice ha- received a dispatch
fnun St. Petersburg sa iii-4 tliat as a
result of the negotiations between
llu-sia ami lircat P.ritain. the Kus
i:tu minister here will withdraw the
protest against the Honj; Kmi con
tract. Kllleil hy I'uwili r Kiplo.ion.
I role. Col.. March lo. The explo
sion of several till in! red pounds of
powder in tiie Commodore mine this
morning killed at !e:it four miners
ami probably .six. wounding several.
The known d-al are Scotty Wavson.
Frank reas. John Sarncr. and there is
ller Honatdvon Itatl.
New York. March lo. Thomas P.
lonall-ou. the diver who fractured
his skull in the dive into the sand at
Shaw nei low "I breati iwl.
Shawnee tou u. III... March lo. The
city is threatened with another timid
.similar lo theone that almo-t sui pt the
town away a year ao. The residents
are moving out as rapidly as possible.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum taHaz powders are the greatest
nv niccn to heihh cl She present day.
mni aio ownt co . rw an..
The levee is thought to le weak in
some places ani a break is liable to
occur at any time. Many men are
patrolling the levee. 15uiness is sus.
enlel, citizens are in constant fear
of lteing swept awav. Lat April the
levee broke without warning ami i'.j
cople were drownel ami many resi
deuces and hiisiucss houses desiroved.
I'onnty Hoard Make, Selections
Ilefure a'ljottrning its March session
today the county loard appointed
grand jurors for service at the May
term as follows: Henry IN evcs. Cor
dova; Simon Trent, Coe: Hiram 'ain.
Canoe Creek: Samuel Schafer, tuna;
Charles Sumue'son, Tort ltyron: Dan
MeXeal, Hampton: El Morton. South
Moline; John E. Mnlcrone. E'l Weise,
isear I'eal. Moline: John r.la.lel. Sr.,
Daniel Ti!kin. A. E. Nelson, Andrew
Shields. Uock Island: William I'.rash-
cr. buiitli Hock Island: K II. Harris.
Jilack Hawk; Uoliert Patterson. Coal
Valley: S. E. (ioodlow. Rural: Joseph
Sherrard, liowTing: Addison Ku.-h,
Kdgington: Hubert C Thomp-on.
Andalusia: A. IJ. Iladh-y. Ilutiulo
Prairie: W. F. Kriteger. Dniry.
A rising vote of thanks was extern!- j
eil to the chairman, W. 11. Carev, for
... . . . , .....
I he had pre-
ct!n"S. K'.'si "
the able manner in which
shleil over the board's m
lutions thankin-r J. C. Swank for hi
conduct of the count v inlirmarv anl
the committee oa county inlirmarv
The salary of the board of review
was fixed at per day for each
memlcr. The board consists of the
county clerk, chairman of the county
board, and one member to be appoint
ed by the county court.
The meeting was the last to beheld
by the present board.
GROCERY STORE ROBBED.
i:ih Hani Mn.le I.axt Msht at W. A.
Purirlars made a rich haul at the
roccrv of W. A. Ehleb on Twentieth
.street last niht, cttii! away with
ciar. aimed -ooils. tobacco, etc.,
amountinj; in money to about sfl"".
Funeral .-erviccs for William J. Ful
lcrton were held at the resilience,
111'; Second avenue, at lo o'clock this
morning. Kev. C. O. McCulhch. pas
tor of the First Methodist church, of
which the deceased was a member,
ollieiatinjr. A piartet from the church
choir, composed of Mrs. J. W. Cvan-d.-til,
Mary Koujrh-Jordan, and J.
F. ltobinson and Stwall lo!;re.
.san hymns. The home was tilleil with
friends, many of whom were fellow
employes of the deceased at Uock Isl
and arsenal. There were also a
nunilM-r of beautiful flowers. The
jall bearers were I r. M. II. Patten. W.
W. E-rirlostoii. II. S. tollman. W. II.
Jordan. '. E. Hodgson and W. J.
Km son. Camp No. -'J. M. W. A.,
attended the funeral as a body. In
terment was made at Chippiannock.
The funeral of Julius Schocker was
helil at o'clock thisafteriioon from the
home on Twent v-lir-t street, where a
lare ' assemblage of friends with
ered to pay linal tribute to the de
ceased. The ser ices were conducted
by Kev. W. S. Marijuis. of the Proad-
way cuurcii. anl a 'piartct reinlered
hymns. A wealth oi tlouers had leen
sent, those from the ihveased "s fellow
workmen in the equipment depart
ment at Koi-k Island arsenal, and the
attaches at Harper's theatre. l-:nir
espi'cially handsome. The pallbear
ers were Wyman Peardsiev. Will
t'opp. Morris Wilcher, Frank X. ski'.es.
Fred Pollard and Chat les Hunter.
'I'he remains were laid to rest in
Mr. and Mrs. Ceore W. Ley. la and
Miss Kate Ix-yd:i left yesterday for
tii i ity, i j., in response to tne
information that the mother of
and Miss Ievda had died thi-re.
Affair stralghteueil lint.
The alTair Ix-tween E. C. 'Iowesand
the Postal Telegraph company was
settled today w ith credit to all con
cerned. and'Mr. Clowes left with his
w ife for Chicago with a clean record,
the whole ditliculty having 1 cea due
to a misunderstanding.
lteef lnqairy Continue.
Chicago, March lo. The iiiilit: rv
ceuri oi iii'juii iin iuv uti cuares
continued trie investigation
packing house methods at the
Saloon I.lreaiiefi Kxempr.
Chicago, March lo. The ta!
deci.-ion todav rendered is j;i
that it is not necessary to alii t he war
Mamp on saloon licenses.
Killed Wife an. I s.-lf.
Chicago. March lo.Jcniousiy
causeu James Medjjrani to h.n.t his
wife ami send a bullet through his
own head. Medjrrani mav recover.
The words of praise bestowed upon
Hood's Sarsaparilla by tfse uho have
taken it prove the merit of the medi
ciue. Not one child die where ten
formerlv died froni croup. People
have learned the value f One Minute
Couirh Cure and ne i: f ir severe lui fj
ami threat troiibb-s. I; immediately
st-v.s cotiliinir. It lt ver fails. FoV
sale bv T. 11. Thomas, a. J. Ucissand
M. F.'liahnsen. druirists.
A very ajrravatcd case of catarrh
has been entirely cured for me bv tak
ing 'lraD!reine' as directed."
WHITE MAR'S BURDEN
With John Bu!l It Seems To Ba
Keeping Up with the
EE HAS TO BUILD HOSE WARSHIPS
IJccar.se of tUe Outlay in That Direction
ly Other l'ouris, lnluilius This Time
the l uite.l states Would liladly Let I p
If Others "Would. Also Times Says the
'avt Averted a War with France In
tcute with Kuasia.
London. ?ilarch 10. The Dally Graphic
li'.akis the followins anr.ouiictrner.t this
morning: ' The N'iu Ch'.var? loan cor
trait i. r i c i r? lias been ambab'.y sett'.f.l
by a dlrf ct cxchar.ije of vic.vs lfctwc--:i
the Itritish and the Iussian K'vciri
rncnts. The Itusi in assurances arc
co:ni,!:ttly fatifact ny. The whole
citRtu'.ty is f n Je 1 sml the two povcrn
ments are arransmij a scheme by which
th--ir relations in the far east may Ik'
pel man. in y regulated."
London. March 10. In introducing th-.?
navy estimates in the house of commons
' y ste-rlay t
Oosxh n, r:
, the first 1 rd of the admiralty.
lid never ha 1 etimat-'f bi'on
puhmitttu unuir more uni-iue circum
stances. Ahead was the unrVrcnce fur
inttrr.atlor.al 3!arnrainent, wh:l? be
hind were the incidents of last No
vember, and while a coniparij.m f the
naval strcirizth of the various countries
was in cvi rybody'.-s mouth tii- most
striking contidence was shown in 15rit
ih prepare Jntss to met t a!I emergenc ies.
The mntinental powers, he furih.-r sii t.
wtre disturbed ly the a!b .nation th :t
Great Hiitain was prepnrir.i; with .i
particular purpose f jr apirressive in -ti'n.
but the minister assc-rfd thatitl;
idea never entered the mii.d f the K 'V
ernmi r.t. lie th--n prccee led to detail
the naval programme.
Will lluild a Fortress at i i-IIui-Vi i.
Gosehi :n said h-r majesty's covein
rr.cn t 1 roj os- -d to make Wel-Hai-Wei
(the war port on the northern cast of
the Shan-Tuns: peninsula) a secondary
rival base, point jn? out thiit it would
be a most valuable ancl:or;:i;e and i f
the greatest importance in any opera
tions in Chinese v.a'.t is and adding that
it v.as proposed to exj end il.Itim.OO'J
on Wei-IIai-Wei during the present
yiar. and tl.C OO.'O r.ext year. Coitii.u
insr. Gosch'ii inforiui'ti the lumse that
the p'-r.'ii:;, 1 of the navy for the unn
inr . r would be Increased by 4,i'."0
n n. n::;ki:.c a total of 1 1 at ;i
cost of iT.lM'Cf..
lnciei:m u Z'ac-tor in the I'rahlein.
Il'.fc rrir.e to sl:i;ljui:d:r.fr he said t!; -
ccminir prosrarnnio had be:i fiaiaed
aft r i .n.-i i tati'.n ti.e pro jramm' s
of the oth r powers. A study of these
irnsnimin. s. he pointed out. was not
reas.' urirtr. T:e t'r.it- d Ptaros. Ilussia.
Fiance. Japan. Italy and P- rmany had
under constitution. t'S.i.nin t- r. -, of war
:hij.. or .T, ei 0 tons inm . than :.s
o!.t. ir.plati d In the pr"-nt . tiir.ate.
Ti.'s had foife! the p..vernme!it t draw
up a i.i-w pi op-raii-.ine. I !xeh:dinK last
year's put pi. in. ntal pratramme it pi o
vidi il f.-r two bat tlesii ii'.-s. two arr:ored
cruis- i s an 1 ih;- sn a'.! r rulse:s. of a
spi cially hi'!i s:hi J. Th-' money r -quired,
th.-.tfeie. for all th'- pro
prammes v. ould b.- 1 1J. SIT. 'Ami. an in
crease of over 2.fH.ei. Til- total
estimates ware .C-5.r.:i-l.u. ).
TIIK MAN HKlllM) Till; t.l'V.
He Is To lie Taught to Handle His Weapon
More tll'fe -lively.
For armament Co."-hc-n ask 1 an in
crease cf 101. fe". Jhietly tor the e-oi;-
A Ptilauelpula Fiiysician, Like a FMlafielpWi Lawyer, Is ffoted Fcr Wisdca.
Y. U. I). I'.lackwell.
M. D.. S."i3 North JUnl
writes to the UutTalo
Medical Journal this
' Years aeo I had a
call from the repre
of a lirni
, V malt extract.
X told him that.
in my opinion, no
thin extract of malt
was any pood. He
simply "waited until
I cot "throuph with
my talk on the sub
ject, and the next
elay sent to several
hospitals that I had
named him, a few
cases of his prepa
ration, lie also sunt
rue a quantity, and
I found it toc the
very Lost malt
jcx tract which
hail - ever come
into my hand, and since
then I have stuck to it. This
"best malt" is known to the trade a.
The "best" Tonic ral!"t Malt Extract.
It is a loujr time since I lirst came into
the knowledge of this excellent brand of
malt, and it will be an equally long time
(if I live) before I will trive it"up for any
other. I believe in The "Best" Tonic
as being the best ; no punning bcin in
tended. It is not acrid or sour, as too
manv of the brands are. It sets" well
on tne stomach in weak ladies who re
ject the ordinary malts. It keeps well
io. which is an item of moment. It is
economical in cost, and is pleasant ia
taste. Such characteristics oucht to
make doctors try it. if you don't already
know its merits."an;l such of my readers
as have not yet invested in it would do
well to find "out for themselves what it
really i. and I am sure that they will
not be disappoiat.-Hl when they do."
What this Philadelphia doctor has
said is aa 1J FUry with those who are
strui Xirn of fTiir.s al?" fo" mi.To am
munition fer practice, whioii he assert
ed, v.as a matter of enormous impor
tance, as shown 1 y the late war. After
speaking f the necessity for an in
creasee shipbuilding vote P..- said thes?
were th"3 vrtr-s reooirei by the prrs-nt
situation. "Itut." he added, "would that
the action of other t.ati. i.s. rosu'.in-.qr
from the fcmir.g ir.tvi nr.t a r.al c onfer
ence, could make it possible : r us u
diminish r modify th ith;i an.na.
v.-hi!-. . f tfiur??. inr:ir.tai:.;r.K a:: stand
ard and relative position."
Goshen than announced in ; half if
h r ir.aje-t's covt ri.r.ai.: that il the
other croat naval powers w :- j repared
to diminish their l rf irramu;. s Great
Hritain was preiiarcd to modify hers.
Kut it the czar's hope? n i t lad tt.alized
the programme wi uid have to stand,
and he (GohLr.1 expressec1 the hope
that those w ho were proj osimr to at
tack the country's expenditure would
not attempt to di--si:ade the people from
bearing the taxation rccessary to carry
on the duties of the empire. iri , (-inclusion
the tiist lord of the admiralty said
the estimates were " simply the embodi
ment of the f. ( lines of a p, ai e-ov;ncr,
Uetermir.o.d nation" Ch.trs
Goshen emphasized the purely eiefen-s:-3
objicta of the r:' val increase. Put
said that in view of the construction by
her rivals ( f fast cruiscis with the?
avowed purpese of i royir.s; upon Drit
ish commei ce and Great I'.ritain's Pud
supply in the event of war. Knglnnd was
forced to build five new cruis rs par
tii ularly sw ift, in o;ir to f ircumvcr.t
those schtnus. He also said that tho
four armored cruiseis now b. in.tr built
under the criminal piosramme would be
the rn.'st pow erful ships in the wc : 1 1.
The Times re-ferrir.' editorially to tl-.o
staton-.c nt of the first lord f the ailniir
r.ity in the house of eomnior.s says: li
is I. trayins no stale secret to afHrni
that r.otliln but the strength of our
navy saved us from bavins to choose
lie tw cell the loss of what our arms had
won in I he- Soudan and a war which
would speedily have cost fifty times
what we spent in nv rtinsr it "
GIVE3 THE CUBANS A HINT "
That I'ntle Sain Is In Charge of Aflaii-a in
the Island cf uin.
Havana. March 10. Gove rnor General
Jtionke has rfceivi J a s-.T:-tion from
secretary Alsor to rectify ll:e Cuban
military a.sen.Ily tiiat the I'nittd
States s.ivi'i-an:i'i;t will r.ot rccosr.iza
any linancial o'disati.'n ni'.erc I into ly
any persons claiming to represer.t tha
people of Cuba wi'lv-ut the authoriza
tion of Prepid.T.t r.:.Kinley. il will
comrly with the i u-TKostie: and will
p.:l Ii. "a a s'.atetr :-nt x- the sr.me cfCect
in the newppaporp of Havana.
General Ludlow has ccl.Yd to th- war
d jartunat at Washington that the
deans in Havana f r 1. brnary.
sir- ol r.r cent, iejs :ha.i for February,
Tcntfi I in in ii n ts:i.1 Tui liiiient.
r:alei h. N". G.. M.irch 10. The teur
of the Tenth immune ? through South
Caii Una was marked by (.mnla n riot
ins and shootim; at people, houses and
c::!t'.' ali-r-; th- lailr-iad. All a Ions t!?e
1. ute tiiei.- . or. duct v.as the same. A elis
j at.h from II r. J. r. n s.iys: "The-Tt:.tii
imnii'.ru s. r. -pro lr ; s. passed here yis
t'lday over th-? S a' .;r 1 Air Line. They
sh. t at private hnuses and s.-hool chil
ciion. Several ir..;! v.er: wounded."
1 Pre-Iiinc Ma l:ii-.e outliliie.
M.-ri-n. Intl.. March '. -The direct ,-iv
;f the Marion ManuT 'c-tui inr company
at a met tin;: h-re d. cid .". to s II th -
concern to the ii- w thiesliiny; n:a h,n
i .lT binati' r.. row b hk orcanized i-i
Dynamite Cartridge Were I'afcis.
Talis. March 10 The G:uiois sas
the- dynamite cartridq'cs f. ur.d n ar ta
Toulon arsenal were placed there as a.
j ra.-tka! joke and ad.is that th y con
: lined a harmless P'astlnir powder.
familiar with Tabst Malt Extract, Tho
If you have been sick, this tonic
will help you to recover your health and
strenpth. It will put new Uesh upon
you. braco you up. revive the wholo
system. It feeds biood, brain, nerves
and lK)ne. If one of your loved ones is
ill. and is growing thin and weal;. The
Hosf'Touicwiil give him new strength
anl keep tin his spirits. It is easily
digested, ami is full of the very best nour
ishment in concentrated friu. io -l for
both the body and the nerves. If palo
and anemic, it will give rich, red blood,
ami plenty of it, and will help to h:i:,g"
glowing cheeks aud sparkling eyes. If
nervously exhausted, it wiil braco yen
right up, give you vita uud bourne. Il
is a boon to everv nursimr mother, and
supplies the right nourishment f-.T both j
herseK and her baby. It brint's -L; eegth i
to the invalid, creates a (rood appetite.
helps to cure dyspepsia, and will iro far
to insure sound, refreshing slumber to
all those who suffer from wakefulness
from any cause.
How many " pretty-featured ' girls
ancl women "lose all ."their charm and
attractiveness by being palii.l. ti.liow
and pray, as if all the blood in their
veins were turned to skimmed milk !
Even when riding a bicycle, playing
tennis or go'.f, or takiug other r'-'-ant
exercise, their eyes are f-t:U dull and
lifeless, no flush leautitles their cheeks,
and the air of languor aud lassitufic
makes them 'sicklied o'er with the- pale
cast of thoncht." or else, lik Cassius,
have a "lean and hur.irrv lo"k. i heso
disagreeable features afe the outcome
of anemia, a wastintr out cf the corpr.s- ! is
cles of the tloeod, thinuintr down of tho v.-
vital fin ids, until a person ts waii.
emaciated ami unhealthy looking. The
antidote to this unpleasant condition,
however is at hand. Laht Malt Extract.
The ' Bet " Tonic, is an immeiliate end
visible help in making a soil, glowing
color, a spl.-n-lid appetite, a power to
liiTest and assimilate the food, and turn
it into nue, pure, healthful blood. Ltou't
lixik so faded ont and limp when you
can easily look sweetly strong. A few
bottles will show yea what it can cc
t s 9
J 1 i !
2T f ' f
$ A fV 9
& A 1 e f
6 Mi !
In the lot are silk lined overcoats, fancy back overcoats with silk shoulders,
in fact all the latest style clothes and made by the best tailors. Don't buy
until you have seen our line.
We Carry Overcoats from $4.39 up.
COIICLTJDED HOT TO STRIKE
I-hpi-iniug Minors Will Try OLhcr 1Vaj-
fountain an Ine lease.
I?hr- minp. Mi; h., .Match 1". Several
handled miners of Ishp.. mine, in-t to
consider the ailvisai i.ily of sirihinsj in
.i.i ef. i ; t to fore - :i:u.i:.s cori'oratioi.s
to gi; lit a lais - of V, j i- cent, in tli.r
v. art s, 'out u w alk-eat was ;:i,t de: I.tr.d,
c .ntr.-.ry to all e:;i c-tn ti-.n.-. It was
t.-.ally eh , i.ied that Tho'r.a ; 11. It-iheits
ai.d m:u:l , is of tie : tat.- lioan! .f ar
I trati - n should eipstilt with tie- mini?
i ::':c ia:s. with a i to j-see r'.ainin if
i' !,. p-ossile fr the worUirj-.-n to et a
f th- r in rr;,r lati r in the s a -on.
l-l-rii.slu !.'.. Ills.. March P The Illi
s ei-al ooeiat' is have a!opteil an i;l-
aatuid w aic !i v as ei livei t-il to ti.e
r.t r-' eor.vt ntion ye st iday. The y in
t ..: last yi ar'.s ;. i-- i'- r i i k-u.iiiii,s
d a: l.itralion to Mt'.l - tlte ejuestion
. ma-Lira e'.iffe i,-i.t ials. The opetatois
: y ll at if the n.iii' i ia ie t ace . pt this
ay -a ill K' home- witla.iit an a -41-1 t
Pitt-tiurs;. March 10. The e,f!icia!s of
I'rtssed Steel 'ar company an-
ur.c-.-d yesterday that they would
. ns;d rthef.-rie var.'e s of t hire mploys
-: Individuals but would r.ot it ( iigr.ixo
!.' ea panizatior. : ai.-o that the place s
'. all men re fusii .4 ti i.turn to work
day would he filled with new ira n.
ADJOURNMENT ON APRIL 14
Art-ee! to by the Itlinniw Seilons, lint It
May Full Tliroili.li.
Sr : infielri. Ills.. Mart h 10. Itoth
liouse yesterday ad'ipt-.ni a repaluthjn
rearee inir to adjourn sine die April 11.
Th-rc was a savairc? fisp.t cjv-r it in th-
lower house-, and the cpiM.nents ef an
a.rl y a.lj ;U! !i!;:e?:t may upset the plan
e:tr all. Governor Tar.ner sent t th
l''.'i houses a sp'-cinl HTSfaee eletailin
tl, di! ;pida;c-d condition e.f the Iincoln
laor.ii'uent aroi re c-on niei. liiifj its re'-on-struetion
find on arpii'i riation of $pja,
' for this i ui i ei.-ic.
.Mae!. Ton. Wis.. March 10. Th.- sir.ate
y.stei . ay j asse-l M- Jilllvray's stat-;
p -.treo-atje- Pill, exceptit.B all t-.-ae hers
of the state- from its provisions. The
f- llov. in-; Pills were also paseeeti l're
v idinsr for a eiua'.itie d in;cct a- of puh
le se-hoeils for the deaf; auihrerizinn
( ' ITU 's -f 100. 000 or more- to eid t town
ci'tks, assessors and tn-.isur rs fcr
1 1 "ii years inste-a.I ejf or.e; rr evidinq Pr
t!.! F;.le; of pure iciek and cream. A
rumher of Pills were advanced. The
house adopted the t- r.ate memorial to
corarress for the rapt re-ssie n of trusta
ru.el p'-ard mary committi-e reports.
Our i;epl to Italy.
Washington. Mar. h 10. The Italian
rovmmi-.it, through its rei r--iertatives
ir. AVashinRtc-n. lately laid he-fore the
a-ith. ri'i'-s here itp pnrpo?" to ask of
China a port on fan Mun hay. and In
vitc'l an expirrrsion from this cover::-nif-r.t
as to Ps attita'li?. In re-pans-j it
understood that H-r-re-tary Hay. ss
v. ll as the pre-sid -nt. !'-Ian el that th
p - sition c f this country w. uld on? of
Oa-inte rested neutrality.
Kipling: I Mii'li l:ft.r.
:Ct-v.- Te rk. March 1C At Pi p. m. ys
t rday K:pPr.rT was r- i . rt' d t-. ,.- t!--. p
ir s' uraily ai.d pad n f t S' vr I
hours He was r- i.rte-d a" P ir. r-mr h
Le tter. Tjuiin tl;- aft- . ia.or. Kiplir j
v.as trarsftrre-d from his e.i 1 Rick reora
to arlor Xo. 1 ar.d s'mw! much pleased
with the thar.fe. The chili Klie was se
much Jnri.ro yt'l ti.the. ri-.icians ai-
The most satisfactory
clothing belongings is
is the time to purchase
the best made and
The Best Fitting Spring Overcoats Ever
Offered in the Three Cities for
The overcoats are all new this season and made
to sell for $13.50 to $16.50. In order to make
this the banner spring overcoat season, we make
the price $10 00.
r in the room to
piay with 1
Irici8 of Steive Will Aelvanre.
t'hicaso, JIarch 10. The stove manufacture-!
s wiio mot at the Auelitorium
hote l yeste! e'.ay deee hire d upon adjourn
ing that owinpr t- the- increase in I)iict3
cf raw maUiial tiny were? compelled
ta advapi" prict s in per cent. It was
tacitly jiri'cd also that still fuither ad
van e-es will lie maeie in the- near future.
The 10 per nr.t. increase' will take place
at once, ai l the: Second within sixty
lleaelly lteiiiilie at Cleveland.
Cleve-latid, March l1-. Two more nitro-
rr!eiin.- leomPs were found yesterday
lyinij in front e.f the Hkkox ( fli.-e hulld-
ir.K'. coirer laielid avenue- anel Kri.:
vtrect. Th' r" was sufficient explosive
in either " f the l.emiPsi to wreak sre'at
iiavoe- in tie- imme-dinte vicinity. They
were r the same palte-m as the one
found ia ar 'h" l.itr Puildim-T We-dne-s-
I . s. tiiuiit'H Mun WIiih Out.
f-'.-n lai.a nio. fal., March 10. The as
s. ii My has elismi.-sa d the- cc;it(mpt pro
e e e dills.'.- against Milton J. Circe n. I". S.
c.rant "s politiial ma linger, who i-efuseel
io testify a-j to whe'ii of ihe le-!islative
e-a no i l'i i s I..- had assisted with tlrant's
momy. -t..r a heated dil.ati extend
irp ovr ai. hour a resolution to- that
effe-et v,a- ade.pted by a ve.te- e.f ?,1 to 1".
Mr-, tody I'ounil Guilty.
Alhae.y. X. Y., March 10. Mrs. Mar
garet il. 'ody has be -n convicted of
i.t tc nipt nig to hlaehmail cie-oi Ke; and
Helen 'leoild. The jury brought in a
ve rdic t 'f ai'ilty hist night after being
out eigh! hours. A l . i -ommenrja t ion ta
mere y vas malt". It is hk'dy that Mrs.
Cody will re e - ive a light penalty, on ac
c.e.unl of la r age.
Murder Cuh-j Witncus Slielilicd to Ieatli.
I-"ort W'erth. T.x.. March 10. A foul
murder c.c urrc-el mar Azle, this county.
Th.: d.-nd I tidy f Mrs. M. Davis was
found en; the roadsale' stal be d in a hor
rible manri. r. Tie- woman was a lead
ing witne ss in a sensational murdercase
to he triel at the- present term ef court.
1 he Grip Cure That Dues Care
Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets re
moves the calico that produces Ia
grippe. The genuine has L. Ii. il. on
each tablet. 2b cents.
" For nix years I wa a vic tim of dy -pe-pain
n i-s .nrst f'jriu. 1 (eul(l eat nothireir
but milk toast, and at times my itorn ich would
cot r:lain anu digest eve n that. List March I
he-can taltiiig CASCAIiKTS and fcince; then 1
hire ste-iidiiv Improved, until 1 am as well as X
ever was in my life."
Liaviu li. Mcni'Hr. Newark. O.
rtennret. palatable. Potent. Ts-te Gre1. To
ejo.j'l. ',-ve:r Sie-ifct;ii. VVeafcn. or Or ijKr. l-'e. 'He. 'JuC.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Simitt ew.f I r,T. lleaia, aalmt. In fvt, 111
eHfl.Tn.RfP fl"1'' IMl 8nn"nferd tf alldrtic-
. ClllfioUaoi ilabiu
piece of cicthing in your
a spring overcoat. Now
We have by far
For spri n j;
the largest and
best stock ever
Da ven port.
It will he a
to make room
for bi ship
extra bijr, value
new line of
Hotne line of
Come and see
Davenport Furniture and
324, 326, 3?3 Bradj St., Davenport.