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THE ABGU9, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1899.
F.xerotor's Not ire.
Kstate of F.re VpKirL.irv. tifff
Ifap under -ifoied bavin rien :if,p.ntec1 ex-
&le"Klli'.t". I.tlf if Ifie a-tijrl , ;iik Ir.l.uul.
stale ef Illinois. eJe--;srtl. he-r-l,v rit- inu
thai be w ul af'p-ur ln-lnri' I lie e'luiniy einiri of
KuvK l--l:ifKj coiiiti v. at tiie- roumv court rexim
in the city of Iiix-k 1-luiitl. at tlie April
term, on the Lrst Monday m Ajril next
at which time all persons bavir. olaucs
against said estate are notineil and r-quetei
to attend for tbe purpo of iiavice the same
adjusted. Ail pernoris indebted l sHid esvie
are requested to make umneu.ate payment to
Luted tliU eta clay of Feb-uary. A. D. lM.
Juil.i W. V.i;h. Kxecutor.
FKtate of Frederick Sehr.eider. deceased.
The ur,dersit'iied havintr been appoi-.sed
executrix of the la-t will and te-.taijent
of KrederieK Solinei ler. late of the
co-JEty of Koc Island, slate of Illinois,
deceased, bereuv irlvei notice taat she will
appear oefore the county eourt of Rock
Lsljud ciunty. at the county court room, in
the ui I y of K-k I-lai.d. at the May
term, on the tlr-.t Mornlav in Vav next,
at wr,icli :Inie ull persons h:vin;r claims airain-vt
aaid es'.:ite are ueiiilli-d and re;usted to at
tend, for the purpose of bnvitik' tin naa.e ad
justed. All persoii iudet.ted to said estate
are requested to make irijuii.Uia.e payment
Le the undersigned.
Luted Uns ;ih dav of March. A. D. 1
Kl'Mi.L'M'K Imnkh.. Kxccntrir.
Kt :.: of Henry Fiedler. lei!2w-l.
The uiiil'-r-,k-ind havinK t.een appointed pi
eculriv of tin- la-t ul aiid lef-tame-in ol Henry
H-iilt-r. I ite ol the county ' Kock Island,
stale of Illinois, deceased, hen tiv i'ives notice
that she wnl :iie;ir In f.jre the county
court of ICe'k Isl.md c-ouniv. a, t he conn v
ruurt rouiii. in the city of ftock I ,l:ril. at i lie
Mav term, on the lirst Momhiy in May
next. i hieli titne ail t-.oiis hatiih
claims a rainst said estate ale iiolilied and
requested to attend, for the purpose of Lav
InK the name adjusted.
AU persons indchwd to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Lated Uiis JZlh day of February, A. D.
Vak '!;. Ui' K. Executrix.
Notice of Flnnl Settlement.
Estate of Vatthia-i Grant Mounts, deceased.
IuliUc notice is lie-e-liy idve-u that, the under
Rinee1. t rrinnlt . r leki-nseher. aniinistra:or
of the est te of s.ii 1 fleceased. has this
dav tiled hi final report and Kettl tnent as
such in the county court .f Kock lslnd
county, and that ;ui order u-is icen enrereil by
ha il ciiu-t apni inir the said roiwirt. unless oh
jeclions thereto or ause to ihe contrary foe
shown on or before the M day of April.
A. 1 is'."', and i pon the fnul approval of niel
rooort the s:iiil Krinrclt ti. Kiekelisuher will
usk for an order of dislriKuli -n. and will also
ask to be discharged. All peisoti-s intere-,tc-d
are tio:itiMl to attend.
Koek I.-Jand. Ill . Mt.r-.-h 11. 1
KuiiAiiur U. FI--KFNWHEH.
Corner Third Avenue Ninti'.eenth
Hriht Ue:ilin Ilooms,
Six iul :ttnl (itiiiie Koom-i,
KvtMiino; Kluc:ttion:il Classes,
Cum nien-i.-il Arithmetic,
Itiblu Stllif v.
Anv self rcsicctino; man irrfp
live i ereeu or n:iii"ii:im v
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Ifock Nl.ird.
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eoaclies ami fleepin ears on nilit
trains t principal cities.
II. SKH KHorSK.
Ccli'l I'ass. A'ent,
Koi-k Isl.ili.l. II!.
1IKMKY GAiri'JK, lrop.
Cut Flowers and Design ot U KlnCu.
City store. 17 Second avenue. Telephone
If A SrKE RELIEk' TO WOMAN for
mil ;roubs l-ecu:iar to her sex. Send by
mail or from our Aont. Si.OO Per box-
WILLIAUS HFS. CO., Props., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
r"or ssJe by M. K llahnnen. drutreLst.
I Dr. Wiial Indian Pl!r
imtnwumi. Xrc Mliud
'BietUiUl? ani. ltrtnn.
&ilu the itching at ont c. acts
jl a tvu:tu-r. civts ifstant re
lief. lr. W il. lams' lnr'-an Imp Oint
ment I prepared for I'hoaiut iirh.
In cf in? private parts. K.vrrr oo is
wirrantel. 1! dnifsit. I y c-l on re-
eelr of rr1"' cents sml fl.x. Wit' 'S
HMUtfcCTUnlJIS CO.. ITopA. CleeUaU. CTa
Sold by M F Hanhsen drucrtata
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
ite prrmlum rynof tie state are maln-taiuir.-
t fur.d by popular su&cr.ptloo fros
m nic u is offered a
Reward of $200
By the ur.dersitrned as-Mela.!on for the arrest
aiK rnnrii'Min of any wcendiary to asy of the
PKDIXKTV OWNERS FIRE ASSOCIATION
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;ee a snow
Xe never did; but ye have
seen the clothing at this time
cf the year so covered vitn
dandruff that it looked as if it
had been out in a regular snow
storm. No need of this snowstorm.
As the summer sun would
melt the fjliirs snow so will
melt these P?kes of dandrjff ia
the scalp. It goes further than
this : it prevents thi ir formation.
It has sti'.l other properties:
it vi!5 restore cclar to gray hair
in just t;n times out of every
And it docs even more: it
feeds ar.d nourishes the roots
of the hair. Thin hair becomes
thick hair; and short hair be
comes long hair. '
We have a took on the Hair
and Scalp. It is yours, far the
If nu do not r.l-.tn!ri all thi benefits
Ton i'xj-''ti(l Tr- n t.ie use of thi Vinr,
writu Mie linc tir llimut It. 1'fiiliiihly
tiiero s.ruo .iifliculty Tflth ynur ieii--r:tl
nysti.111 v. hi. -it iiiay bo e.ily 13
Ull. J. C. AVl.il, Lowell. Mass.
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!iielf-t shaiH' .shoe fur a
V oiuan's f i M !
Mrs Jetme-!. Miller, the
t'lu'ii.i-nl Aiitln'1- al.l I-eettir-cr
on l'hvsieal I'nltiire atxl
Ins Ii"ii'i-i -meiits. le-si-mil
llie for the
fhois wltiL'Ii now U;ir her
Sho wears them ami her
fiieiuls wear them:
Thev are anatomical! y
and h irieniea'lr perfect!
Sefiest. Iouirest wearing
ami most lish shoes
Wc aloue have thciu-
1712 Second avenue.
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TESTIMONY OH BEEF.
Illinois Doctor Who Comes Down
Vey Hard on the Canned
JEITICI3ES GENES AL FEED GEANT,
Whom B Charges with Violating' Mili
tary Law and Other Things CoL Fred
Hennltt Alw Condemns the Stuff, as
Doe Col. Tnraer Some IVitneases Wht
Faror tht Chicago nee f Product Pucli-iug-Houte
Expert's Opinion of "Canners-
Chicago. March 18. The first -witness
before the ci:urt of innuiry yesterday
was Dr. John 15. ishaw. of Juliet. Ills.,
who was stirfeun of the Third Illinois
-!tinteers. He testified that or the
voyage frcm Newport News to Porto
rtuo car.neii roast lictf wes issued and
thre v. as a great deal of complaint
al.-.ut it. It was stringy, pulpy and
nauseating ar.d did not s;m to nourish
the nun. .Much diarrhoea followed the
tiSi of it. The witness attributed the
f i 'kti-ss to fitnmaine jioisoring. He Le-
II ved ptomaine would develop in the
hot run in five or six minutes after a
can was opened. If the meat wtr prop
erly sterilized ptomaine would not de
velop. While in I'oito Kico fresh beef
ttas issued. The regiment was tweriy-
tive miles from l'once. They got refrig-
rated hetf two or three times a week.
It was partly good and partly bad sim
ply spoiled, r.ot "'embalmed."
Saul the lteer Was All night.
General Orant did not please Dr.
Chaw. He charged him with "issuing
whatevfr he saw fit" in the way of or
ders and violating the law. Grant and
the commissary olfieer both insisted that
the canned meat was all right, ard that
the mm would have to eat it. If the men
had cpended en the government rations
they would have starved. Subsequently
the witness testified that of meat the
troops had canned and refrigerated beef.
beef on the hoof and sowbelly." the
latter having maggots in it. He did not
think any chemicals had been used on
the refrigerated beef: it simply spoiled
from the heat. When the men got their
pay and bought food for themselves they
improved in health. The brand of the
canned beef was, he thought, Libby,
McNeil & I.ibhy.
Col. I ml lteitnltt's Views.
The next witness was Colonel Fred
I?ennitt, col r el of the Third Illinois
volunteers. He sp ke of the voyage from
Newport News to Porto Kico. "The re
were a great many complaints about the
canned roast beef." he said. '"Just be
fore embarking I succeeded in having
Sumo of it made into a hash and that
was more Fatis-factory. The complaint
about the canned roast beef was that it
was nauseating. Specimens were
brought for examination and I found
then very repulsive. The meat had a
di.s.i.cn cable sun '.I. If you put your
face down to it you wanted to get away
at or.ee. His experience with refrigerated
b" f was similar to that of other wit
nesses. He difr od the story about daily
wrangles at Chattanooga so far as his
regiment was concerned.
1 Informed on the lSeef Trade.
Witriss ftated that he had been at
torney for some of the stock yards com
panies and was familiar in a measure
with the-ir business. He understood that
a "earner" was an inferior grade of
cattle, just above the "downer" an ani
mal that had been bruised by being
trampled on in the cars. He had never
seen "downers" or "canners" used in
winning. He had ro reason to suspect
that the refrigerated beef had been
treated with chemicals. He noticed
that the tanned roast beef bore the label
of Libby, McNeill & I.ibby.
lOlM) TIIK litKF V N I A I. A TABLE,
Iil Major Sniihorn Tarking House ti
pert TestiTies Opinions Differ.
Major Joseph A. far.born, of Chicagi,
major of the First Illinois volunteer.-,
tt-stified that the roast canned was un
ralatabie. He Inspected the refrigera
tor beef. Two issues out of three were
in fine condition, but the third was
condemned, because deceimiiosition had
set in. The tanned roast beef was1 not
very inviting in appearance, but he hal
eaten some of it cooked. He recalled
two brands which he thought were
Armour's and Libby, McNeill & Libby.
The witness attributed the spoiling of
int -it to the neiilec t of those charged
with the duty of issuing it to the rm-n.
Oeorge Lees, the next witness, gave
his occupation as that of a packing
house expert, putting up machinery and.
apparatus for large packing houses'. He
paid, "canners" were a very inferior
class of cattle. "1 think one-third of
them would he condemned in any Kng
lish market. Little or no nutiiinent was
left in the meat that goes in the can.
The French. Oerman and British gov
ernments, he said, would not touch thij
canned rua.-t bef, but generally bought
canned corn beef. He had no knowledge
that diseased cattle were used for can
ning. Walter C. J.-nes, s. rgear.t of company
K. Tbirty-thitd Michigan volunteers,
staled that during the twenty-five da3
in Cuba, between the landing and the
surrender, there were scarcity any com
plaints made about the canned roast
l cef: so far as ho knew none was mail;
in regard to its making the men sick.
On the vojage home the men didn't
eat a great deal of the canned roat
beef, because they had gotten tired of
canned roast beef. The brands he saw
were Armour's and Libby. McNeill &
Libby's. Witness paid he ate the canned
roast beef two or three times a day
when it was first issued and it never
made him sick.
Major Les If you were organizing a
company woulJ you surpiy it with
canned roast beef?"
"Not estlrely; but If I couldn't get
fresh beef I would prefer the canned
roast beef to corr.etl beef."
Captain Anson L. Bolte. of the First
Illinois volunteers, testified that he
heard no cemplalnts about canned roast
beef except when eaten ccid. w ten it was
unpalatable. There were also no com
plaints about the refrigerator b-ef ex
cept once in about four times when it
was rartlally m-oiL-d when received ani
was buricc:. II? had no reason to sus
Ieit that chemicals were used In its
preservation. J.ewis J. Wells, first lieu
tenant of the First Illinois volunteeis.
corroborated the previous witness, as
did W. & Hallback. of ths same regi
ment, who said he was the "chief cook."
Wili'.am H. Keploele testified that he
served in the hospital corps at Porto
Kico. and that canned roast beef was
frequently served to the corps. It
tasted something like roast beef that
was spoiled: it did not taste swee t. He
had seen three or four cans opened
with maggots running out of them.
The cooks would prepare it in all sor's
of ways to deceive the officers, but
after the first taste the officers would
invariably put it aside. Witness stated
that at Guayamo he saw a piec9 cf
cooked fresh buf which had maggots
in It. It looked and srr.elled good, but
upon being opened the maggots were
GOOD TO IK IN WAR TIME.
Lieutenant Uarry Culver's Opinion of the
Canned IUef Col. irner Test Hies.
Harry N. Culver, second lieutenant cf
the First Illinois volunteers, said that
most of the complaints he heard about
the canned roast beef were because it
lacked seasoning and became tiresome
by reason of a contiruous issuance. Ma
jor Lee a?ked: "If called before a board
for advice as to what should be issued
to soldeirs who were going to war in
Cuba next summer would you recom
.neml that tunned roast beef as a meat
"In circumstances of war I would ad
vise its use."
First Sargoint Albert Palavin, of the
Seventh 1'nited States ir.fai try. testi
fied that some of the men complained
that the canned roast beef was not pal
atable. He had eaten it. but did not
hanker for it. Corporal Frank P. Kogan.
of the Seventh infantry, didn't hear any
complaints about the canned roast beef
on the voyage to Cuba. Some of the
canned be-tf was bad; lets of men vom
ited after eating it.
Colonel Henry L. Turner, who went to
Cuba in tummand of the First Illinois
infantry and became brigadier general
of the second brignde of the Third divis
ion cf the Fifth at my corps, said on the
way to Cuba there was a good deal cf
I'noflicial complaint about the canned
roast beef and the result of an od'uial
complaint the surgeon condemned a lot
of it and it was thrown overboard. The
cans had swollen and the meat was very
bad. A good deal of the refrigerator
l.cef spoiled, possibly freim the intense
heat. The greater part of it came done
up in cheese cioth and some of it looked
well, but some of it was catk. His own
experience with it was not happy.
On the voyage home there were very
serious complaints aliout the earned
roast beef. The ollicers told him thajt the
men couldn't live on it. ri he furnished
money out of his own pocket to buy
them a. hot meal every day. Not very
much canned roast beef was issued on
the voyage home. They brought back
7." or SO pt;r cert. f what had been is
sued l:) the regime: t He had tried to eat
some of the cani:ed roast beef, but it
nauseated him an! he couldn't do it. It
certainly was unfit for a ration in the
CAN FILL OF HEAD MAGGOTS,
Witness Who Tells an Awful Tale of Itot
Icu Soldier Fond.
First Lieutenant M. F. Davis, of the
First cavalry, was called upon request
of Major Lee. He paid that in Cuba the
men opened all the cans of roast beef
issued to them, but only consumed one
lialf of the contents on an average; the
rest was thrown away because it was
unfit to eat. The contents of the lean,
he said, would be about three quarters
suet not what you would call meat.
Perhaps one-quarter or one-fifth of the
can would be good fibre meat; the rest
appeared to bo tailings or clippings.
Sometimes a can would be entirely
spoiled. Witness said he once opened a
can which smelled bad; he examined it
and found maggots in it.
Major Lee How did the maggots get
"They were canned in there."
Colonel Davis Are ou aware that
in the process of canning this meat un
dergoes such an intense heat that no
animal life could survive in it?
"I don't mean to say they were alive.
They were dead."
Major Lee You are positive about
the identity of the animal?
"Yes, tir. Quite positive." The brand
was that of Swift & Co.
Thomas A. Pearee, fust lieutenant of
the Seventh infantry, said that after
landing in Cuba canned roast berf and
bacon were served to his command.
"During the twenty-five days before
the surrender I think about equal parts
of these components were issued. I
heard no complaints about the canned
roast beef. The cooking was done in
dividually. Sometimes the men ate it
told and sometimes they cooked it.
Complaints were heard that the re
frigerated bec-f wag not good; that it
had a moldy arpearance and an of
fensive odor." The men had diarrhoea
and vomiting spells which the witness
attributes to the meat.
Capt. D. II. Houghton, Third cavalry,
testified that the canned beef had a
repulsive, uninviting appearance. The
proportion of meat in the can was very
small; the rreater part of the contents
was a repulsive mass of fat whirh
seemed to have been poured in to fill
up the can.
Messrs. Hoffheimer, Walton and Em
ory, foremen respectively of the can
ning departments of Nelson. Morris &
Co., Armour & Co.. and Libby. McNeill
i Libby. assisted Doc tor Higc-low. gov
ernment expert, in experiments and in
spection at thesecanning estalishments
during the rast two days. They tc-sti-fieei
that ti.e methods of canning shown
Dr. Bigelow were precisely the same as
thos, used in the canning of roast beef
during the last two years.
All the witnesses said they never had
any reason i suppose there were any
chemicals in the meat, either canned or
refrigerated. The court closed its ses
sion here and will open at Omaha next.
Indiana Volnntr Delayed.
Washington. March 16. The return of
the One Hundred and Sixtieth Indiana
volunteers is likely to be delayed, ow
ing to the early date at which the
quarantine regulations go Into force in
southern ports. It has been decided to
bring home the volunteers from south
ern states first, or they could not get in.
The Indiana regiment is not expected
before the end of the month.
H rota Von Biedenfeld Acquitted.
Chicago, March 16. Baron vonBietien
feld was acquitted last right r.f the
charge of murder in the killing of Con
stable Charles McDonald. The Jury
rendered a verdict of cot guilty at 6
o'clock alter six bours ot deliberation.
COMBINE IH WHEELS.
Made Possible by the Invention
of the Bicycle That Has
INVOLVES $50,000,000 IN CAPITAL.
Ucilr.& spirit I A. G. Spalding Tie Goel
Abroad for His Health and Gels Control
of French and British Patent for the
Trust Bicycle Saddles. Steel Tubes and
Wooden Rlmit Also lu It, Says the nr
New Yii.k, y.arch 16. The Herald
siys: Makers of bicycles have ar
ranged the details for the formation of
a trade combination that will involve
capital to the amount of $ol.U0,C0J. It
is understood that ten of the leading
makers of wheels haveer.terej the com
bination, and that several others will
probably be persuaded to add their sig
natures to the agreement. A. G. Spald
ing is credited with being the moving
spirit in the proposed combine. With
him are asoc iated A. A. Pope- and 11.
Philip Ciormully. of the Oormully &
Jeffery Manutactui ing company, of Chi.
cago. Attempts to form a bicycle com
bine have ben made in the past, but
all have bet n futile primarily because
the small manufacturers could not be
Coining of the Chainless Wheel.
With the coming of the chainlets
bicycle, however, the situation was al
tered. While the transmission oT power
by means of shaft ar.d gearing if not a
novelty the adaptation of it to the use
of lh-? bicyclist, involving the cutis' ruc
tion of the complicated machinery n?c
crsary to turn out the fears, is said
to have cost one company five years of
labor and an expenditure of more than
J3C0.C0O. A company was fnrm-il in New
Jersey and licensed to manufacture
bevel geared bicycles. It is upon the
foundation afforded by these licensed
concerns that the new organization is
to be based. All the companies licensed
have agreed not to 'cut prices under
penalty of forfeiture of license anil th-.?
payment of a cash penalty, said to be
CONTROL OF FOREIGN' PATENTS
Obtained During A. G. Spalding's Trip
Abroad "for His Health."
When this had been arranged A. G.
Fpaldir.g set sail for Kurope. At the
time it was said he went for his health.
In the course of Spalding's search for
health abroad, it is said, he obtained in
France the control of the Acctayne pat
ents which are considered to be the
foundation of the beveled geared wheel,
the French having used this form of
rower transmission several years before
it was tried elsewhere. In Kngland the
cross roller seared patents were ob
tained. No change in tiie bicycle busi
ness for the present year is contem
plated, but next year each manufac tur
er's product will be marketed, the mid
dlemen's profits bi ing eliminated.
That all this had been carefully
planned is shown by the recent organiza
tion of a $5,000,000 bicycle saddle com
pany by A. L. Clarford, former presi
dent of the National Cycle Tioard of
Trade. To this is tn be added the steel
tube combination and the wood rim or
ganization. Aside from the beveled
geared wheel there are two chainless
bicycles manufactured, eac h of which is
declared by its maker to be the equal of
those which will be controlled hy the or
ganization. Terms have already been
offered to the independent concerns,
which will probably he accepted.
TriiRt in Hides anil Leather.
Chicago. March 1G. Shoe tops will
soon be turned cut by a trust. l"nd?r the
corporate title of the American Hide;
and Leather company, -w ith a gross cap
italization of $G0.OC0.0rn. twerty-fivo of
the thirty leading tanneries in the Unit
ed States have, it is said, decided to p. ol
TORNADO IN ALABAMA.
Makes Wrecks of Many Ituilding, Injures
Several, but Kills Nobody.
Birmingham, Ala., March 18. The
fiercest tornado ever known in this vi
cinity visited the town of Avondale, or. ;
the eastern outskirts c f the city, at S '
o'clock yesterday morning. It came di- j
rectly from the south with rain and
lightning. Altogether it de trojei twen-
ty-three houses, three churches, three;
machine rhops and thousands of yards
of fences. Many of the houses were
blown right away and the inmates left
unhurt. Not a single fatality occurred.
The damage is about $0.0C0. Mrs. Annie
Johnson was covered with wreckage
and was badly cut and bruised, ar.d is
severely hurt, and Arthur Hudgins, a
boy, had ar arm broken.
Atlanta, fla., March 16. Heavy rains
Tuesday and Tuesday night did consid
erable damage to railroads in Georgia
and Alahama. Numerous washouts are
reported on both the Southern railway
and the Nashville. Chattanooga and St.
Louis. Many families have been driven
from their homes in the path of the
storm by high water.
OaMDtr and Murray uiaw.
Hot Springs. Ark., March lo. The
t we r.ty-rour.d glove contest between
Oscar Gardner ar.d Jimmy Murray.
w hich took place at Whittingtc n park, in
the Corb-.tt and Fitzsitr.inons arena yes
terday, was declared a draw at the c r.d
cf the twentieth round at 6 o'clock. It
was a rattling cortr-st frcm start to
finish with terrific fighting in every
round. Ten or fifteen women had grata
in the audierce.
Braaty la Dlood Deep.
Clean blotxl means a clean fckin. No
beauty without it. Cascarcts, Candy Cathai
tic clean your olcxxl and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities trom the body, ltegin to-day to
banish pimples, ootid, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cases ret a, beauty for ten cenhi. All drug
ijU, "satisfaction guaranteed. 10ct2ocf50c.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
pinisii issn siwssmssm, ,.iim am.su n mi.mmi m
Jtgelablc Preparation for As
ling the Stomachs arclBowcls cf
Opium. Morphine nor Iincral.
Jiot&tUt SJti -Aium
Apcrfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stonuich.Diarrhoca,
Worms .Convulsions .Keverish-
ncss and Loss of Sleek
Tac Simile Signature ol
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB.
Bennett's Spring and
(lolf Cootls, Wliitclv Kxcrriscrs,
llasoliall (loiiils. Tennis (iooils,
Iiidiau Clulis, riitxinir (lloves.
Dumb IIolN. .ytlik't'u- Shoes,
Rflnnfitfa RlnvG and Fur Stnre &
Dennett s Kid uloves
Are the Best Made
Liulics' K'nl r.Iove. Ladies'' P.i
evdo loves, L:ilics' 1'i'iiciim
JJlovt's, Ltu lies' Driving (ilnvcs,
(Jcnta" Kill Cloves of all kinds.
A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Route, with its rail srd
the shortest line
West India points
Pullman Serv ice through
. The famous CINCINNATI,
Limited solid v-estibuied
Queen & Crescent,
F.C. & P. Railway makes
nection on arrival at .Miami (East Coast) or at Tampa (West Coast) for
Key West, Havana, Nassau, Saafiago, San Juan,
and all West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to
New Orleans. Free hooks and information by addressing.
W B. BCCKLu!?, tl. P. . 1" ADAMS
W. c! aiNCARSON. CCN-L !A.C CR.
ilif-IMul in tuc aojui t flew. 1 ico. l-j IV. C l.m-. mrl'.ii.
Careful investors :ire invited to examine the merits of our new form of
bonds. Thev ruu live vetrs and l':ir (J per cent interest. The hon(!s have
2') coupons. 10 to pay i"iiii.T:-t, and 10 to pay principal. The interest and 10
per cent of the principal :tre: p:iv:tllc: semi-annually. You receive 10 per cent
of the principal everv six month, but continue to draw ti per cent intercut
on the ORIGINAL SUM i,,r tne term of the Uind, thus enabling the
investor to ;et an increaeI rate of interest on the investment. The bonds
are as absolutelv secure as it is possible to make a security. Highest
efcrences from investors given. For full particulars address
ADLERT WELDON, room 12 Mitchell & Lynde Bidg or
JOHN Ml) (.HOLLAND,
305-9 No. 218 LaSallc Street Chicago, III.
208-12 Keith-Perrv Building Kansas City, Mo
511-13 Century Building St. Louis, Mo.
bi2-'.i Banigan Building5. Providence It. I.
FIVE TAILORING . . .
A few notes regarding fall goods that can "be found by looking
ftt this ad. Here are some prices v.e quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $1S, f20, $22, 25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers rane from f5, $5 50, f6, C.60 and
upward. Come in and see our line line.
GUS ENGLIN, 1808 Second Ave
Tor Infants and Children.
II The Kind You Have
rjtr ir-aor r-r trjtn k
Steamer Connections, from
the North forir.s
to Florida and
fast Double Daily
Florida and Havana
service to Florida via the
Southern Railway, and
direct steamship con
ETtlT, CHICAGO. ILL., OS
AGENT. CIHCINNSTI. O.
mud ami i.ivj'iag, Mb jw.
B Per Cent
THE CENTAUR COMPANY, NCW VOftK CITY