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ROCK ISLAND, ILL., WEDNESDAY, MABCII 22, 1S99.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
VOL,. XL.VII. NO. 128.
AQUINALDQ TO LEAD,
Insurgent Chief to Personally
Conduct Campaign Against
UNLESS AMERICANS WITHDRAW.
Inrle Kara' Force, Reorganise In Kal
laess for it Decisive Move Natives
Helng- Concentrated Transport Slier
man Arrives TCltb Troops In Good Con
Manila. March 22, h p. in. While
apparently inactive since Sunday
reai iv uie opposite Has ieen the case
with the American forces. lleorgan
ization entailing maDV chancres has
lieen in progress since the abandon
ment of the flyingcolunin. Wheaton's
and Hall's brigades have not been as
signed, but the Oregon. Minnesota
aim zzon regiments have been con-
centrated at a camp on the Luenta at
tnc water front in readiness for im
mediate transportation when the plans
of the military leaders are formulated.
All our troops are entrenched and tlie
situation is practically unchanged
Tlie enemy has refrained from mak
ing anv attack recently and it would
appear the rels-ls are having their
ammunition for a decisive moment.
Accordinj; to a prisoner captured lv
our troops. Aguinaldo announces that
lie will personally conduct the re
serves at Malolos and march into
Manila within 2) davs unless the
Americans withdraw into the liioun
tains. The concentration of rebel
forces in the vicinity of Malabon gives
color to the statement. A'i vices from
Cebu are that everything is (jtiiet.
The transport .Sherman has arriv
here. tin- enilil, two .-ailors ani two
pri v ales died on the voyage and om
man was drowned.
Washington, March 22. Otis ca
Med announcing the arrival of tin
transport Sherman at Manila with
tin! and a battalion of the 17th in
f.tntry. The troops are all well.
FIVE MILLS BLOW UP.
Terrillr I'owdrr Kxplosion at Carney
I'olnt. N. .1.
l'eiins Grove. ". J., March 22.
Two men were killed this aftcruo n
by an explosion of t lie Diipont powder
mills at Carney Point. X. J. Tin
killed are: Naae l.aytoii and Charles
I'ord: fatally injured, Frank Magill.
There were live mills all blown to
pieces. The lirst explosion occurred
in the iin eotton loom, followed in
rapid succession by the four others.
AFTER INSURANCE TRUST.
Krntutkjr l.raod ,lurj Inellcts r ortjr-thrce
Companies for Handing Torrlhrr.
Covington, Ky., March 22. The
grand jury returned indictments
against b'J life and lire insurance
companies under the state anti-trust
laws for banding together for living a
higher rate of premium than would
PORTER TO SUCCEED ALCER.
That e-ni to Ite the Outlook Now as the
.iiil.asadur Will Not Talk.
l'aris. March 22. (Jen. Pert or.
I'nited States ambassador, this after
noon said lie was unable to discuss
the rumors that he may succeed (len.
Alger as secretary of war, as all in
formation on the subject ought to
come from Washington.
A t larked In the Ifrsert.
Algiers, March 22. Telegram me
Algerien announces that the arabs
are raiding the country around
(hardeia in the desert of Sahara, and
that a party of Touaregs attacked a
Ktirocan expedition recently on its
way to Airin. Sahara. After a severe
light the Touareixs were U-ateu oil.
The expedition lost 1 0' killed, and
part of the caravan was captured. It
is supKsed the expedition must lie
Fotirea Liv's mission.
ltran to Speak in ewr York.
Nov York. March 22. The chair
man of Chicago platform democrats
dinner committee, to !c held here
-prll 7. has received a telegram, from
Col. llryau accepting an invitation to
An Ased ''relate' Itlrt today.
Cincinnati. March 22. This is the
"l h anniversary of the birthdav of
Archbishop Klder. At his own re-
J iiit no special significance was
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum bairns' powders are the rreahtst
za to health of the present da v.
ot ta. w enxar.
given the day, but in all the churches
of the diocese prayers were offered for
a continuance of the life of the be
China Ref uses Italy's Claim.
Rome, March 22. It is understood
the Chinese minister has informed
the Italian government that China ab
solutely refuses the demand of Italy
for concession at San Mun bav.
Still at Work In the Kuins.
Xew York, March 22. Work con
tinued all night among the ruins of
the Windsor hotel tire, even with rain
and snow falling. Hones were found
now and then during the night in
various parts of the ruins.
DH. SENN ON THE BEEF.
Wlir.. the Eminent Chicago Surges
Think of -Canned Koast."
Chicago, March 22. The government
curt of Inquiry last night examined
two witnesses with reference to the bef
question Dr. Nicholas ienn and Lieu
tenant Colonel A. V. Corliss. Dr. Ser.n
said the f anned beef was tasteless and
certainly appeared to lack nutritious
qualities, as was aupafnt from the
condition of the men w ho returned from
Cuou to .Mot:tauk men who had r.ever
been ill but were greatly emaciat'-d. H
believed that the meat was over-dor.
that thri? was some fault in the process
of preparation that the process has not
been perfected. He rnade no formal in
spection of the fanned roast beef, but
1'ad eaten some f.f it. and his statements
iht based on his ow n experiene e.
The meat was evidently Rood meat-
was of pood quality but as stated be.
fore was not properly prepared, was
overcooked in lioilir.R. Meat over-done
as was well known loses much of its
nutritious qualities in the escaping
fluids How much nutrition the meat
lost in the canning process he could not
say as he had never seen meat canned
or made an analysis of the water. "Many
au-rcies contributed to the emaciation
rf the men anil one of them was the lack
nf nutrition in the meat ration.
He said he had eaten some of the rn
tive l-f f and it was Rood, but later ad
mitted that the beef mii;ht have b-en
tl" refrigerated. In reply to len-ral
Davis the witness stated that th meat
a- prepared by th" pac kers according to
the testimony Riven would not lose
it.U' h of its nutrition. H- saw no evi
dence if the use of chemicals in the
.-anne-d roast beef.
lie had heard of cases of ptomaine in
toxication, but did not see any.
f'ton.aincs wmild not develop if the meat
were thoroughly sterilized and properly
sea If d.
I.ieuterant Corliss said the canned
roast lecf was unpalatable and made
the men sic k.
ol iiriiaiiiiir m ia. Iriiftt.
Chicago. Ilts.. March 22. Last niRht
W in. I.oetTier. who attended a it?lins
of class manufacturers held here yes
terday gave out the follow!i:u state
ment: '1 he story published that 1 and
others came here to form a trust Is
almost too absurd to be denied." He
says ii- at:d his colleagues are here to
consider the reliate system and th
strike of flatteners at some plants.
Soft Coal To Ite Higher.
Milwaukee. Marc h 22. At a meeting-
of soft coal dealers of the northwest
strrday it was derided to advance the
price of that commodity cents per
ton on the ope nil g of navigation. The
price is now J", per ton. Itepreser.ta'
tives were present from St. Paul. Min
neapolis. Dtilulh. Suie rior and Chic ago
and mine operators of Illinois were rep
Funeral of r.ditor .iledill.
Chicago. March 22.--I'urial rites over
the remains of Joseph M-eliil were held
yesterday afternoon. Services were at
2 o'clock, at the residence-, lnl Cass
street, Hev. Kobe rt Collyt r. of New
York, officiating-, and the lody of the
dead journalist w as laid to r st at Craco.
land. The city hall was closed by order
of the city counc il out of respect t,, the
memory of Mr. Medill.
Oiwrar Oarclner Did Him I p.
Hot Sprincs. Ark.. March 22. In a
twenty-round featherweight prize ticht
yesterday at Whittington Park. si ar
Cardner easily beat Freddie liogan. the
champion of the Pacific coast. H. 'Uati
was game, l-ut could not stand constant
hammering over the heart while he was
playirg for a knockout on the hjr,.
I'reoidrnt Knjoir Hi Itel.
Hiunswick. Ca.. March 22. President
McKinley enjoyed a full day of rest in
the delights of the retirement and fn.e
drives of Jckyl island. Politics :id imi
er.ter into his day and night fell with
out any conference with Speaker Keed.
w ho called, shook hands and chatted fur
Cam boil I Spain Kepresenatit e.
Madrid. March 22. The queer, rm. r.t
has signed the decree giving Jule s Cam
Ion. French ambassador at Washington,
full power to represent Spain at the ex
change of the ratifications of the treaty
of peace with the I'nited States
If tou have h.-fl the grip take
Hood's Sarsaparilla. It will brace
you up. purify your blood, an.l over
come all bad effects of the disease.
I For Over Fifty Tear
! Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
j soothes the child, softens the gums.
allavs all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
I Pneumonia is the quick agent of
I death. Fully one-third of recent
i deaths have been from pneumonia fol-
lowing la grippe. Pneumonia cannot
follow the use of roiey s Honey and
Musha owes its name to Mussoul, a
fortified town ia Turkey, in Asia.
Tulle obtains its name from that of a
city in the south of France.
no-TV-Bac for Fifty Centa.
Guaranteed tobaoco habit care, makes er k
xea strong, blood pcra. too. tx All dregs!;
CUT OFF BY THE FIRE.
Seven Women in a Building at
Omaha Drop Forty Fe.et
to the Ground.
TWO OF THEM INSTANTLY KILLED,
r our Oilier Will Probably Uie and Nona
of a Score Penned in by Flame E.caped
Sever Injury Fearful Scene for the
Onlookers Fire Escape That Was For
gotten in the Panic Finds in the Wind
tor Hotel Rains.
Omaha. Xeb., March 22. Compara
tively insignificant In material destruc
tion, but terrible in its harvest of death
and suffering was a fire that partially
destroyed the Patterson block at Sev
enteenth anil Douglas streets yester
day afternoon. Two of its victims have
alreaety passed away, one more is not
expected to live and about twenty
others are duffer in? from broken limbs
and burned and lacerated flesh.
Those killed are Mrs. Thomas Tay
lor and Mrs. Anna Schamel. Injured
Mrf. C. V. Hrosius. face and hands
burned; Mrs. A. King, face badly
burned: Mrs. A. Samuelson. face and
hands severely burned, wrists broken:
May Samuelson. five years old. burned
on hands and fare: Mrs. ;. D. Wilson,
face, hands and shoulders burned; Mr:
J. C. Holt, face and hands burned;
Marguerite Holt, hards burned, injured
internally, tray die; Mrs. Mary Hop
kins, face and head badly burned: Mrs.
Mary "ullivan. hands and face severely
burned: Mrs. V. A. Kex. hands and
face severely burned: Mrs. Kd. Sc hirer
face, body and hands burned, bad out
on head, will probably die; Mrs. French.
South Omaha, face and hands burned;
Mr? A. A. Smith, face and hands bad
ly burned. Injuries probably fatal; Mrs.
C K. Allen, face and hands burned, cu
by glas; Mrs. Thomas Thornton, face
and hands burned severely; Walter
Scott, hands and face severely burne!
unknown man. badly burred on hands
and face; Steve Williams, five years
old. fae-e and hands burned: Fireman
William Cuieler. suft'ocateil and fell
from ladder, internal injuib's. will prob
ably die: Lieutenant James Adams, in
jured about hips by falling cJmwii stairs.
Seven Take a Forty-Foot lrou.
A group of happy women, busy with
the affairs of the secret ot'lers with
which they were atliliateii, was in a
moment brought face to face with
elc-aih. Sixty seconds later seven
them lav burned anel bleeding on the
pavements to which they hail dropped
forty feet below, and the others- were
rescued tfter they had been more o:
le-ss severly injured :n their desperate
clash elown the single pair of stairs that
led to s-afety. The blase started just
after :! p. m. from a gasoline stove ex
plosion in a room in th" rear of the
third floor of the building, and next to
the elevator shaft. It was not
discovered until it had spread to
the adjoining apartments and th- en
tire floor was tilled with smoke and
ll.cme. About twenty members of the
women's lodge of Maccabees were at
tending a committee meeting in the
waiting room in the front of the mid
dle of the buililing on the yame floor.
Told to Fly for Their Lives.
They were unconscious of danger un
til a janitor threw open the door and
told them to get out before the Jlameg
cut them 01T. The warning came too
late. The tire swept through the- door
an! down the single stairway. Those
nearest the door lied through th
blinding smoke and reac heel the street
with hards and faces burned ami blist
ered. The rest laced a solid wall of
flame. There was a fire escape at lh
south front of the building, but none
of them seems to have thought of it.
They rushed par.h--strickc?n to the win
dows through which the smoke was
alreaely pouring- in suffocating puff 5.
The lire was scarcely a foot behind
them. It caught the,r clothing and
scorched their faces with increasing
Horrible Sight For Npeclatoiec
111 another instant the spectators, at
tiae ted by the clouds of smoke, were
horrified te see one after anothe
sprins from th open windows and fall
heavily to the pavement. 'Not one
arose. They lay in an inert and ap
parently lifeless heap until carried into
the office of a physician across the
street. Most of them were bleeding
from severe cuts and bruises, and ail
were burned until their torn and black
ened skin hung in shreels.
IIKATII ROLL It NOW FIFTF.F.N.
FiTe Mutilated Corpe Found in the
Windor Hotel Ruin.
New York. March 22. Three bodies
were recovered from the ruins of the
Windsor hotel yesterday. They were
badly -harred. and great difficulty is
being experienced in their identification.
The first body recovered was that of a
female of small stature. The arms and
legs were missir.a. It was Hrst thought
to be the body of Miss lora Hoffman,
of Baltimore, a woman 6o years of a;-,
who is among the missing; but two of
the male employes of the hotel called at
the morgue and claimed to identify the
remains as those of Mrs. Margaret Auze.
of New York city. Doth men were posi
tive as to the identification.
There are now five bodies at the
morgue, each t a bleed with a number,
which with the known dead brings the
list to fifteen. The list of missing is stil!
very large. i ne lr.jureu ai ine nospii-
als are all recovering. The unknown
bodies are as follows:
llody No. 1. recovered Monday; male;
legs, arms and head missing.
Body No. 2. recovered Monday; wom
an; supposed to be young, but unrecog
nizable; on one hand part of a kid glove
with teearl buttons: black cloth button
on dress marked "made W. & K. Co.. ex
tra:" supposed to be an employe of the
Body No. 3. recovered yesterday: fe
male: supposed to be about 6e); small
siaturfi arms and legs njjsiEs; uieja-
! tified as Mrs. Margaret Auze. of New
Eody No. 4. recovered yesterday ; frag"-
ments of what appears to be a woman
Body No. 3. wholly unrecognizable
legs are son: what remains of the
arm? is folded over the breast: the body
!s charred and shrivelled to about half
of its natural size; the teeth are In ex
cellent condition, not a tooth missing.
P. r d none is filled. The are sharp-oointed
J ar.d apparently those of a woman :they
are the only possible mark of identifica
The recognition cf Mrs. Margaret
Auze seemed to be rry positive. Both
mm recognized the beaded dress, part of
which remained. Mrs. Auze had been a
guest at the hotel for fifteen years, and
one man said he always waited on her
in the dining room. He identified her
! by the prominent jawbones and by the
teeth. Curran also recognized these
The names cf Alice Kelly. Kate Shea
Adelaide Simpson. Mary Sleman. Annie
Ward and Mollle Welsh have been
struck from the missing list, they hav
ing turned up alive and well.
ILLINOlTsOLONS AT WOEK.
IJotu House lo Some Business in Ad
vancing and Passing Mr miiitj.
Fpringfield. Ills.. March 22. In the
.senate esterday the house resolution of
respect to the memory of the late Jo
?et;h Medill was concurred in. and a
number of appropriation bills advanced
An amendemnt to the appropriation bill
for Champaign university requiring
Itemizeet reports of the disbursements of
the institution was defeated. The bill
giving the canal commissioners power
to condemn property was killed. Resolu
tions of respect to the memory of Chief
Justice Baker were- adopted.
In the house the Shortall bill for the
whipping of criminals was introduced
and the bill for the establishment of
free employment otllces at Chicago ad
vaneed to third reading. The bill pro
viding for the election of members of
the state board of agriculture by direc t
vote of tlie people was amended so as to
provide for election by congressional di
trict.- instead of the state at large and
that half 1 e elected every two years, the
term being four vears. The bill was
.vdvanied io third reading. The bill
providing for the incorporation and reg
ulation of pawners' societies was passed
The bills amending the laws in relation
to the powers of canal commissioners
v.as kil'ed and the 1 ill giving the com
missioners pow er to dispose of lands and
water power was advanced.
COLORED MINERS OF PANA
Send a Delegation to (;cvernor Tanner-
Threats of Strikers.
Springfield. Ills.. March 22. A dele
gation from the colored coal miners, of
Pana. with T. J. Sar.fonl at its h -ad.
was here yesterday to see tSoverr.o
Tanner relative to the withdrawal ol
the state militia from Pana Thursday.
"We are here." said Sar.ford. "for the
purpose of refuting the statements of
certain classes of citizens ef Pana con
c err.ing our character, e-speoialiy liv
character of the men frrm the south,
and to pay to Covernor Tanner that
we are and have been law-abiding
"The strikers are making threats that
fn case the state troops are withdrawn
the colored miners will have to go with
then.. If they attempt to carry their
thieats into execution the colored men
will protect their homes and families
o the very best of their ability. We
shall not be the aggressors, but if at
tackeel we will defend ourselves."
Pana. March 22. The troops who have
been on guard here so long will leave
tomororw and sheriff's deputies w ill take
charge of the situation. The sheriff has
sworn in 2U0 specials all business men
and instructed them to show no fa
vors to anybody The mine operators
are not satisfied with the new arrange
ment. No Adjournment in Sight.
Lansing. Mich.. March 22. The house
has tabled the rc-olution providing for
final adjournment on May 17. Compli
cations between the governor and the
senate mak" it impossible to figure on
the end of the session with any degree
of accuracy. A bill making H a state's
rrisem offense for a person to teach the
uoctrines e;f polygamy in Michigan was
passed, as was one making it a mis
demeanor for a person not a member of
the C A. IJ. to wear the button of that
Illinois Pharmacy Hoard.
Springfield. Ills.. March 22. Oovernor
Tanner has made the following nomina
tions for members of the Ptate phar
macy board: William F.odman. Chi
cago; li. sc-nwartz. Jr.. Salem: iiuain
A. Dyclie. Kvanston: Thomas A. Jewell.
Judge Pinney Is Improving.
Madisou. Wis. March. Si-rJuJae S.
IN a careful chemical ex- 5
amfnation of the leading 5
Malt Extracts of the world,
j the United States Govern- S
meat Chemists found
i Mail Extract 1
Iftppes. ionic f
was the only one of all that 5
was absolutely pure and per-
feet. Others cannot replace 2
S At all druc to,-es.., EE
i THE LONDON I
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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.
U & M
t". Pinney Is much belter and able to
sit up. His physician. Or. (ieorge
Keenan. expects him to continue to
ABBREVIATED TELEGE.A MS.
The i.erman reic hstag 1ms passed the
budget and adjourned until April 11.
McKinley and Koosevelt is the Repub
lican national ticket favored for 1W)0 by
S. nators Plait. Thurston. Charlder and
The Pope's physician. Dr. Lapponi.
and Prof. Mazzoni. say his general
health is good and the seat of the re
cent operation in excellent condition.
During an electrical storm near
Shrevi port. l.a.. lightning struck a ne
gro's house, killed a boy and knocked
to the floor ancl stunned several others.
Senator Penrose, it is reported, will
resign his seat as soon as the- Pennsyl
vania legislature adjourns and Covern
or Stone will appoint Quay to the va
cancy. Duiing the absence of John Dian and
wife, of Creenfell. from their farm near
Winn'peg. Man., the residence caught
fire and their live children were ourntd
One piece of a human skull ard sever-
nl fragments ui a comn were icirr.eci up
fcy Lincoln park laborers while digging
a sew- r ciitcn. ine grounu useu to oe b
in si ite of the leaden pellet which Mid
lis somewhere within the chest cavity
Mrs. Backman. who was shot by hew
husband at Chicago, seems to be in a
fair way to recner.
Preparations are being made by Chief
Wilkie. of the government sec ret service.
te destroy Jl.221.30ti.ysS worth of coun
terfeit coin and bogus notes whic h have
been accumulated by his bureau.
Jose jih Chamberlain declared in the
British house of commons that the rela
tions between Cleat Britain lend the
South African government constitutes
a real danger and that President Kru-
r had broken every pledge.
ABDUCTED BOY FOUND.
Little l.erald I.apiner Onre More In His
Mother's Arms Abductors Arrested.
Painesville. ft.. March 22. A Plait-
ling sequel to the abduction of C.erald
t.apiner. the 3-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Lapiner. which occurred in
Chicago May 30. 15.8. developed here
yesterday in the recovery and restor
ation of the child to his mother, and
the arrest of Mrs. Ann Ingersod anJ
John Collins, who lives about a mile
west of Painesville. at whose plae-e th
chiid was found and where he had been
kept since last June. On the 30th of
May c.erald Lapiner was aldueted by
a mysterious woman from in front of
his parents' home. No. M:r Prairie ave.
rue, in Chicago. The woman and child
were traced for a short time anil then
all track of them was lost.
About two months ago a newspaper
court of the ab'iu tie.n and the re
ward offered came unel-r the until-e of
Mr. F. K. Penis and bis s-ister. Miss O.
Ferris, neighlxirs ef the Itigersoils.
Mr. 'and Miss Ferris sus;ee ted that the
little boy who had lieen at the resi
dence of Mrs. Ingersoll last Jane might
be the missilng child and they reported
their suspicions to the Chicago police.
Mr Lapiner came on. and accom
panied by officers went to the In-
gersoll place, where she found her loy.
The Ingersolls were held" and will be
taken to Chicago. They deny abduct-
iPS the boy. .
The most satisfactory piece of clothing in your
clothing belongings is a spring overcoat. Now
is the time to purchase one. We have by far
the best made and
Best Fitting Spring Overcoats
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.
ATLANTA-NOT IN DANGER.
Only Muck in the Ice All Her Pas
sengers Taken fIT.
Milwaukee, March 22. The steamer
Atlanta. Captain David Cochrane, of
the C'eodiich. Transportation line, which
left Chicago Mom. ay night for Mil
waukee, is stuck fast in the j,-e a few
iniii-s south of Kacine. where she will
probably be- compi-lled to remain until
the wind shifts, and takes the extensive
fie ld of iie out into the open.
The passengers were taken off saf-ly
yesterday afternoon. Notwithstanding
the statement that the steamer was re
ported to be stuck in the sand to the
extent of three feet Secretary F. C.
Reynolds, of the lloodrie-h line, says
the vessel is in absolutely no danger, is
not on the bottom and is perfectly safe.
Wltcoiedii Anli-1'ass I.egirdat ion.
Madison. Wis.. Marc h 22. The assem
bly ordered to a third reading, without
a dissenting voice, the anti-pass bill
framed by the- senate railroad commit
tee afte-r striking out the forfeiture of
office clause. Among the important
bills passe-d by the assembly were?
those providing for the use of voting
machines in judicial elections: appro
priating ii.."iiMj for a state park in St.
Croix c ounty: appropriating $r.0' 0 for a
monument at Lancaster for tJovernor
Nelson De-uey, and raising the age of
consent to In ye-ars.
I ir.iioirIaei -Wins it I'rir.e.
Princeton, N. J.. March 22. The l'.airi
prize contest in oratory, poetry ami dis
putation, class of lMeii. was held last
right. ;. W. (Cordon, of Illinois, won
the prie of SI 0d for oratorv.
To Cure a Cold In One Uaj,
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets.
All (lruf-j"iHts refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25c. The genuine has
L. li. Q. on each tablet.
For frost liites, burns, indolent
sores, eczema, skin disease, and
especially piles. lb-Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve stands lirst and liest. Look out
for dishonest people w ho try to imi
tate and counterfeit it. It's their
en lbrseuient of a fr0od article
Worthless croods are not imitated.
Got . DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
For sale by T. II. Thomas, A. J. Keisa
and M. F.'liahnsen. druggists.
"'suffered tlie tortures of the damned
wita protruding pne-c liroutM on by constipa
tion with whic-li I was atliic-teel for twenty
years. 1 r;:a across your CAM AKKTS in the
town of Newell. Ia.. ;md never four.e! anvtbin
to equal tiiem To-day I am entirely free from
piles and feel like a new mun."
C U.Keitz. 1111 Jones St.. Sioux City. Ia
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