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THE ABGTJS, WEDNESDAY, lARCH 22. 1899.
McCASKMN & McCASKKIN.
Attorneys at Law.
ock Island and Milan. Roe Island office
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CONNELLY & OXJNNELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
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JACKSON & DURST,
Attorneys at Law.
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cg. Wl. I. IXWiLCU. K'm;T. It. Mtt.V.LW.
LUDOLl'H & KKYNOLD,
Attorneys at Law.
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tary public. 1706 Second avenue. Uuroru
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SWEENEY 4 WALKER,
'Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
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CHARLES J. SEARLE,
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McENIRY & McENlRY,
Attorneys at Law.
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Mitchell &. Lyude building.
F. U. FIRST. M. D.
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street. Office hours: in to 12 a. m.; 2 to sand
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SCOOP Oil THE PRESS.
Scored by John Sherman. Who Is
No Dead, but Gettinar
KOW EXPECTED TO FULLY EECOVER.
IippKlcti Is Positive, AYritten vtlth the
Knonleilge of the Old Statesman' Kfr
portel leath Hick Man YVill U Moved
to the Cruiser Chicago and Brought
Home Receipt of the News at Wash
iucton-.Mrs. Sherman Not Told Kither
Santiago de Cuba. March 22. Sher
man at this hour continues improving
and will be moved from the cabin on
dtcji this afternoon for an hour. (Jen
Wood is now on board the Paris pay
ing a visit to Sherman ami the city is
fuil of tourists who landed from the
American liner. '
Santiago de Cuba. March 21. 7 p. m.-
Thfrc is no truth in the statements pub
lished in the I'r.itei! Statts and cabled
latk hr?, representing that Jufcn Sher
man is dead. It -is incomprehf psible
how these reports originated. The Amer
ican lir.o steanitr Paris. Captain Fred
eritk Watkins. arrived here this even-
Ins before dark, and it was immediately
reported tr.at Sherman was not only
alive but better, resting easily, and ex
pected to recover. He will be trans
ferrvd. if all gnez favorably, to the Unit
ed Stafs ruiser Chicago on Thursday
The cruiser is now coaling at Kingston
Doubled at the Miles Residence.
Washington. March 2. The above
dispatch to the Associated Press was
telephoned to the residence of General
Miles. Miss Miles said that from the
first the family had been unable to cred
it the truth of the report of Sherman's
death. They had felt sure that some
word would have been cabled to the
family immediately, but on the contrary
I hey had not up to 8:30 p. m. received
Long Hears from Captain Cooper.
Secretary Long received word yester
day from Captain Cooper, of the cruiser
Chicago .saying" that the vessel had met
the Paris, on which ex-Secretary Sher
man is a passenger, off Kingstc.n. Ja
maica. The Chicago was dispatched b
the navy department to bring Sherman
to the 1'nited States immediately, as the
Paris was not expected to return with
her excursionists for some time. The
Chicago, however, did not reach Kings
ton in time, but upon meeting the Paris
made arrangements to take Sherman off
he latter vessel on Friday, the change
to be made at Caimantra. a few mile
east of Santiago. Fearing the harm
which might result from a sudden
change from the climate of the West
Indies to a northern latitude the fam-
ly is considering- the advisability of
having Sherman taken to Tampa. Fla..
for a time. After remaining there until
he is well on the road to recovery he
can be brought to Washington, stopping
possibly for some days at Fortress Mon
roe, so as to become gradually accus
tomed to the change in temperaf tire.
WASHINGTON WAS IIEEPI.Y STIRRED
Sherman's Aged Wife Kept iu Ignorunre
of All the News.
Washington. March 22. Seldom has
oflirial Washington been more com
pletely stirred by contlicting emotions
than it wa.- yesterday by the an
nounce iner.t lir.-t of the deaih of Hon.
hn Sherman, and then by the con-
tradictimi of the report which came a
few hours later, the one givir.jr relief
which was as r.rirked was the sorrow
pr.ilui-ed i.y the other. Th first re
port, which came from Xew York, was
received at J o'clock in tile afternoon
ar.l was circulated in the departments
just before they closed for the day.
The announcement seemed to follow
naturally the other cablegrams of the
clay staling that the venerable states
man's condition had grown worse since
Monday, and there was a universal ex
pression of regret and In many cases of
personal distress ov?r the news. Cabinet
ministers, senators and members of the
house expressed d.ep sorrow, shaking
not only in terms of admiration ar.J
ivppect for the ex-jenator's public
career but dwelling with loving kind
ness upon his personal charcac ter.
The contradiction of the first report
did not arrive until 8:.10 p. m. Jt came
to the Associated Press in the shape of
a positive statement from Sactiago
made in the knowledge that the report
of the senator's death had been circu
lated. This dipatch was immediately
given as wide c irculation in the city as
it was possible for it to receive at that
hour. Secretary Hay was placed in
possession of a cony of the dispatch
as was also Sherman's family.
A most marvelous
atfairs." remarked the secretary. He
then proceeded to express his great re
lief that the first news was not con
firmed. Mrs. Sherman is the one person of the
aged statesman's household who neither
suffered from the first announcement
nor rejoiced over the second. She was
not informed of either. Mrs. Sherman
has been iuite ill from a paralytic at
tack for several months, and had never
been informed even of the senator's ni
nes for fear of its effect upon her. It
was felt when the news of his death
came yesterday that it would have to
be broken to her, but all hesitated to
make the announcement. It was
ultimately decided to postpone the sd
duty ur.til today. She was thus saved
Already many telegrams of condol
ence and personal calls of sympathy
had been received at the house.
Besides these telegrams that have
proved premature the papers all over
the country printed obituaries of the
distinguished Ohioan yesterday and Sec
retary Hay took official action immedi
ately uon assuring himself of the ac
curay of the report by directing a mes
sage to be cabled abroad in which he
announced the death and added a eulogy
of tie supposed dead statesman.
fharkey and McCoy to Meet Ag-atn.
w York. Marc h 22 Tom Sharkey's
manager iniiimiT that the sailor and
"KM" !cVv will rifT ct tha L-.nti
Athlt'iC ciub late in June.
FATAL SH00T1HG AT CHICAGO
Wealthy Farrier Probably Gets Hi Death
from a Jealon Tailor.
Chicago, March 22. John T. Shayne,
a wealthy furrier and prominent Dem
ocratic politician, was shot and probably
fatally wounded yesterday by Harry H
Hammond, a tailor. The shooting oc
curred in the cafe of the Auditorium
Annex, where Shayne was sitting a
lunch with Mrs. Hammond, the divorced
wife of Hammond, and two other la
dies. Hammond wa!ksd into the cat.
and stood for a few minutes and walked
out. In ten mir.utes he returned, and
standing inside the door deliberately
pulled off his gloves and then walking
quickly up to Shayne. who was sitting
Aith his back toward him. drew a re
volver. Shayne attempted to rise, but
Ftumbled and fell. As he was trying to
rise Hammond fired a bullet into his
Shayne f-!l under the table, and Ham
mond. pullirg up the table cloth, uelib
erately fired two more bullets into the
helpless man. Shayne. who is a widow
er, has been in company with Mrs
Hammond a great deal since her divorce
from Hammond. Last night when i
was thought that Shayr.e's death was a
certainty it was proposed that he should
marry Mrs. Hammond before his death
Later, however, the physicians declared
Shayne had a faint chance for life and
the proposed wedding was postponed,
Mrs. Hammond secured a divorce from
Hammond a year ago on the ground ol
BALLINGT0N "B00THTn SUITED
Salvation Army Men Jeer the Volunteers
in a Chicago Street.
Chicago. March 22. "You traitor to
the Salvation Army! Is this the way
you keep the promise you made to your
dying mother?" General Ballington
Hooth was greeted thus as he rode down
West Madison street in the Volunteers
of America parade. The man who ac
etised him was a member of the Salva
tion Army and a staff officer. A mo
ment later some one shouted:
"Hurrah for Moore's army!" Then
there was hisses from all sides, and a
picture of Mra. Booth, mother of Bal
lington Booth, flashed across a magic
lantern screen against a house directly
opposite the Salvation Army headquar
ters. 51S West Madison street. On the
screen also was Mrs. Booth's dying mes
sage, commanding that her children and
friends FUt;:in the work of the army.
Ceueral Miles Dined ut Honton.
Boston. March 22. General Milea
closed yesterday by attending a ban
quet given him by the Merchants' club
at the Algonquin club at night. More
than 200 leading merchants of this city
were present. The event of the even
ing was the reading of the dispatch
denying that John Sherman was dead
and the proposing by tJeneral Miles
himself, as he rose to speak, of a toast
and long life to the statesman.
inronaln Clirisllan tnilearor.
La Crosse. Wis.. March 22. The ninth
annual convention of the Young Peo
ple's Society of Christian Kndeavor for
western Wisconsin win be held at
Viroqua. March 24. 2.". and 25. Several no
table workers in state and national
Endeavor work are on the programme.
Increase of lntcrnul Revenue.
Washington. Marth 22. The monthly
Statement of the collections of internal
revenue shows that the total receipts for
February. 1SS0. were J19.C4S.9:6. an in-
rease as compared with February,
1S&S. of $7,662,44.7.
Chicago Grain and Prodnce.
Chicago. March 21.
Following were the quotations on the
Hoard of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. f'lope.
J 11 y
.es .67 Vs .ers
.??' .'V-i .S4i
."."."s ."."' .sr3
.2tj3 .Zoi .06
"21; "i 2.;.ii .26V
.2CiN, .24 .24j
SCO !.923 9.S5
9.15 9.C3 9.10
5.n2Vi 5.2S 5.27-j
0.471.3 5.40 5.40
5.57'a 5.52'i 5.52'
4.70 463 4.C71...
4.R2i 4.771a 4. SO
4.95 4.90 4.90
September ... 4.P2!-i
Produce: Butter Extra creamer
ies. l'Jfil!!'-; per lb; extra dairies. 17c;
fresh packing stock. 1K&12C. Kggs
Fresh stock. 13c per dozen. Dressed
Poultry Turkeys. S12c per tt: chick
ens. 9fil0e; ducks. Siff9'ic; geese, 6-Jr
gtie. Potatoes Common to choice. 63
70c per bit. Sweet Potatoes Illinois.
SI.50fi2.23 per bbl. Apples Common to
fancy, J3.00'd4.75 per bbl.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, March 21.
HogsKstimated receipts for the day.
""COO- sales ranged at $3.20(53.70 for
pigs '$3.:.5(?J 20 for light. $3..0S3.60 for
rough packing. $3.60fi3.S.7i for mixea.
ard J3.65fi 3.921i for heavy pac king and
shipping lots. Cattle Kstimated re
ceipts for the day. 3.000: quotations
tanged at S.Y."0i5.&5 choice to extra
steers. $4.70cj5.S5 K.d to choice do..
$4.30ifi4.65 for fair to good. S3.85rfr4.4a
common to medium do.. $3.75i4.10
butcher"' steers. $4.106 5.40 fed western
teers $:i.40&4.50 feeding steers. $1,736.
4 10 cow s. $2.60S4.70 heifers. $2 70t4.30
bulls oxe nand stags. $3.404.80 Texas
steers, and $1.00i6.90 veal calves. Sheep
and Lambs Estimated receipts for the
day. 12.000: quotations ranged at $3.25ii
4.70 westerns. $3.00g4.kO natives, and
Milwaukee. March 21.
Wheat Higher: No. 1 northern. 69c;
No. 2 northern. 67c. Oats Steady: L'4
"J2yr. Itye Higher; Nr. 1. SoftSSc.
Bariev Steady; No. 2, 46Vac; sample,
Hay Timothy. !: wild. 7
Butler Fair to choice. 15c: fresh creamery.
I'hickens Sprint. 7c per pound,
tweks- ;c p-rpi'unil.
Turkevs Alive, tfc per pound.
Coal Soft. Ic.
Cattle Huicbecs pay for corn fed steers
4'tCNtao; cows and heifer, 3;jCTi4c: calveV
H oti 3 3 c3 C.
Dessty la Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a. clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your b!ood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im-
Curities from the body. licgin to-day to
anish pimples, Ixiilit, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
t wa rrtn. leaulv for ten ccnM. All druit-
glaU, fcatuiUcUCD. gUaUatted, 10c, ic, oOc
VERY FEW IH NUMBER.
Full Strength of the Cuban Army
as Reported to the General
Brooke, Officers Excepted. .
rcar. gomez figueed it at 42,000.
I'lgurr. Are the Result of au Official In
quiry by the Military Governors Ro
loffa Master Rolls Are in the Hands of
the Cuban Assembly Cuban Officer Shot
by Cassin Likely to Die Dewey Sends
Some Good News. N
Havana,- March 22. The Cuban army
has 13.219 men. all told. This number
includes corporals and sergeants, but
excludes commissioned ollicers. The
figures are the result of the official in
quiry instituted under the direction of
the department commanders for the use
of the military administration. The re
ports of th3 governors of the provinces
are as folloW-s: Santiago, none: Puerto
Principe. 300, Santa Clara. 4.769; 51a
tanzas, 2.200 Havana (province). 2.430.
which includes 373 in the city of Ha
vana, ar.d Pir.ar del Rio, 3.5C0. General
Gomez originally reported that there
were 12,000 privates and non-commissioned
officers. General Koloff. inspec
tor general of the Cuban army, was to
have presented an accurate muster roll
to Governor General Brooke, but he has
not done eo.
Roloflf Is Against Gen. Gomez.
As a creature of the Cuban military
assembly he has joined with it against
General Gomez. His muster rolls, in
whatever form they may be. have been
given to Senor Rafael Portuer.do. presi
dent of the executive committee of the
assembly, but the governor general has
assurances that they w ill soon be turned
over to him. Brigadier General Ernst
will represent the military administra
tion in distributing the $3.0C0.CO0. ' It has
not yet been decided whether the whole
amount is to be distributed pro rata, or
$100 given to each man and the balance
retained by the United States govern
ment. The statement that there are no
Cuban soldiers in the province of San
tiago has caused considerable surprise
here, as it was supposed there were
many Cubans srill in arms there. Never
theless this is the report of Major Gen
eral Wood, the military governor.
Doings of the Cuban AseuiUl v.
In yesterday's session of the Cuban
assembly a motion was made in favor of
disbanding the Cuban army and dis
solving the assembly with permission
to the Cuban soldiers to accept gifts of
money from the Cnited States if they so
desired. After considerable argument
it was decided to postpone the public
discussion of the motion until Friday.
Mora Defends His Course.
Senor Frederico Mora, civil gover
nor of Havana, has issued a document
n which he summarizes the laws regu
lating public gatherings and parades
and attempts to show that he acted
within the law in the course he took
regarding the parade of March 12 in
honor of General Gomez, a course which
was primarily responsible for the ill
feeling between the police and peo
ple that culminated in the recent
bloody affrays. Senor Mora says that
f the law is had it should be repealed.
but that so long as it is in force it
should he observed.
CassinV Victim Will Probably Die.
Major F. Martinez, of the Cuban
forces, who was shot Monday evening
at the Hotel Inglaterra by Police Lieu
tenant Emil Cassin. the former
rumpeter of the Rough Riders, is not
expected to live. Cassin has been
placed in jail. His action is generally
condemned as unwaranted and as due
to his excitable temperament.
PIIII.IPPINK WA It IS A BOL T OYKIi.
Dewey bays the Insurrection Is Breaking
t'p and the Km! Near.
Maniia. March 22. Admiral Dewey
says-: l believe mat tne iagaios m-
surrei lion is a.reaay DreaK ng up. u:n-
ral Wheaton's column could take
Malolos. the insurgent capital, by a
good dash. The main part of the in
surrection lies between Manila and
Malolos. There is practically no op
position to the 1'nited States authority
n the southern islands. The natives
here hate the Tagalos and are really
anxious to welcome us.
The strength of the enemy has be?n
greatly overestimated. The insurgents
are finding out that in warfare, as in
a great many other things, the power
of money is almost irresistible. If the
Spaniards put down an insurrection
here we can do the same. We are
strong enough to hold the inlands with
out foreign alliance. With the Ore-
on. Iowa. Monterey and Monadnock
we cou;i iace any possioie compnea-
Reed Wonld Withdraw from Polities.
Boston. March 22. A Globe interview
with Hon. Ames L. Allen, secretary of
Speaker Reed, at Alfred. Me., contains
the statement that "Mr. Reed will never
again be a candidate for the presidency
of the United States. It is Mr.
Reed's disposition to withdraw from
politics entirely.'.' He said Reed was r.o
more conservative with regard to Spain
than was President McKinley at the be
ginning, but was disgusted with the
war in the Philippines.
Suicide of an Appteton Woman.
Appleton. Wis.. March 22 Mrs. Fred
Ilarriman. wife of a prominent stock
raiser of this city, committed .suicide
ysetrrday. shooting herself through the
h-art. While with one hand she located
her heart, with the other she pulled the
rigger of a revolver belonging to her
husband. Death was almost instan-
aneous. No reason other than ill health
s asc ribed for the deed.
Younger Have a Chance for Freedom.
St. Paul. March 22. After a long dis
cussion the senate, by a vote of 33 to JS.
advanced the bill to parole the Younger
brothers to the calendar, and recom
mended it for passage. The bill is ex
pected to pass the senate, but its fate
in the house is uncertain.
Opinion of Jerry Simpson.
Wichita. Kan., March 22. Jerry
Simpson, who is in town, expresses the
opinion that the Democratic campaign
n 1900 will be anti-expansion and anti-
rust, with the money Question a sub
ordinate ' third.
is a food medicine for the
babv that is thin and not
M well nourished and for the
V mother whose miik docs "a
not nourish ths baby.
It is equally good for the y
boy or girl who is thin and V
J- pase and not wch nourished
by their food; also ior tlzS
H anaemic or consumptive
? adult that is losing Hesh Vf
g and strength. g
X In fact, for ail cor.diticns V
H of wasting, it is the toed
Kf medicine that will r.Gi"ri;h IS
and build up ths body and J-
Vf e.ivc new me ana energy sf
S when all other means fa'I. "
Should be taken in summer as
6T welt as winter.
50c. ana 51 00. au arurpi-ij;.
Sc.OTT & HOWNE, Cheini New Y.rl..
You need one today, and all
may be full
FI LT E RSo
Take no chances but have one put in at once.
DA VIS CO.
112-114 West Seventeenth Street.
which are known to liavo been secured from the very best
sources are the only kind with which we supply our patrons..
Farmers and Market Gardners
Iwi not ilnuirn to Inl.o elnnec with nnnr and oupstiotl-
jja able seeds, can be secured in
from us they are absolutely
LOUIS KANSSEN S SONS, g
DAVEXP KT, IOWA.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in High Class Seeds.
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Mary prnporat ions intend1!! to Itcautify fh
j tonic t-i.t'ct im the sKin. IS'H'miiu tna Mis-vys
(iilCccPus w li fro Uil inrw ni-iiifi us n ti
l;H, Ih rannr nl complexion special..:, ot r.
I imjuint which tlm 1lnnl f.ir---t ! i tir
Mtiurcvcr Hpp.iea. irecitios. puiiies. uiac.uutcj.
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THE MISSES BELL. 7S Fifth Hvenue. New York dty.
"The Misses Uell's Complexion
.ilo are for sale by all drujiists."
How a Woman
Howell, Ind., Nov. 28.
I will alwavs praise Wine r.f e.'ardni . It
has done me "more good than all the medi
cines I have ever taken in my life. I'leaso
send a book about female iliaeaaeS to the
ladies whose names I enclose.
Mrs. MINNIE 8TODGHILL.
Jt isn't necessary for a woman to cive particulars. When she says
she has "female troubles", other women know what that means. It
means days and nights of endless suffering. It means headaches which
no tongue can describe. It means that terrible bearing and dragtrin?
down in the lower abdomen. It means afjoniin? backache, and shoulder
ache, and arm ache, and aches in the lower limbs. It means nerves on
ed?e the blues despondency and loss of hope. It means debilitating
drains that the doctors call k'ucorrh'jea. It means martyrdom some
times even death seems preierable. And still Wine of Cardui will utterly
rutthose diseases and pains to rout
Ulltr aaVISORY OCPARThHIIT.
rn.ai I ..I...... ..M.l
direction, srlflr.. irivinit Yinlt"rr'.
U4k.'14,W,p.ftl. TbC HO
iu. l ftaltanooKa.. l .nc
the Change of Life, this Vegetable
Druggists Sell Large
Corner Third Avenue Ninc'.centli
Bric'il Reading Booms,
Social and Game Booms.
"Evening Educational Classes,
Any self respecting man irrespec
tive of creed or nationality liny join
with .on whthr ,nn rontinw thi
ntTelllllliliTO bul.lt. Ml-Tlt U .C V J'
emoTo l:'-; il.'sire lor ub- o "ij" af fi"3 ilA ffTT'tM
utntfrvoui-iitTcw,.eMeliiUif --V . .lea iT4
me. puriicj thu liluptl. tr- 0, f A f L Bi.i ..
tores lost manhooa-Trj V. i f. VGv 1. lira
nr wn alrt-.L-i: who
will T-i,-'i i',.r Tnl it ltfit t.
wlU.natlrnt; v. ier!KTntlr 1 nn
tOT.Sl. UsuMi" .Mles: 3 IioXiV. S? M.
CTJSrr.nU't'f! to riirr. irvnr,'iiT-.t
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payers of the state are main
taining a lu mi by popular buoscripiion fruiu
v iiicu la oitured a
Reward of $200
Ry the undersigned association for the arrevt
and." conviction of any incendiary In any of tlio
PKOPEKTV" OWNliRS FIRF. ASSOCIATION
Rock Island. 111.
the time. The muddy water
purchasing their supply of seed f3
the best produced iu tin- world. '
.la External Tor.lc Applied ti the
Skill. Beautifies it ad by Kazic. 1
A Woraaa was tbe Inventor,
oimji'ii. - tn havo f.iiU-.!, i ince thoy do not prodnrn ft
Hull 4 tniplr.iP,;i Tui.i.; has pnen un 'lt--r. it j
uii. i met HVlll roillffT.V, fllf clVrrf ty Iimii
. ilttttt Avnn". New n k il. 4nrn o
:ate f lto hoc) v. It is fuliilarut in nrul vtt
motti ptttciif wrinkle-. hv.r fpntn. ruimh
ii.i!l rtipti4.iiH li;t?:Kur. ui.d tiiO
ilO tMlU bo- ff
to nil who
ifi'iif -son and rimv ;ih n lany r.
Thi' .M !.. Jti will tti.n n.onth Kiv
ran ut i rifir imriors.H fri'p tri:il tot l lo ol tlmir i orn- W
Ifjvion Tome. TI.'om lio 1 1 v ttt a. dipt nnf mavf
1.-'. ! a fret i tin by f.c rutin if 2.1 t'ciiln in mlver ;r 1
stamps to cover tli co-t of p.irkini, n'l 1fliv.rinic. S
Tho prito of tin wonderful tonic la Oil iullur a
!b r.eM !r f. It tll.4 bow f woman run :aui nml 1
Kff l u ko.,. rmiijilii :fin. Special hupter- un ti.. I
:H-e of 1 h hun. how to irftarvu Un t-tlfr mhiJ W
llntr Men to nil nilv.iice.l ic. Aim
nili. I iinrlluniia hmr un (lis n.-c:k .nil
out injury l th skin. Tins valiiKtiln I
""I"'1 l""7 aclilress on r.Uf.u Corr
lutr, Vfn to nn nil vaucel . Art hfw tot-M 9
artim with- V
hook will Im
Tonic, Complexion Soap, Skin and I'm
It has cured thousands of cases
when nothing else on earth would.
To the buddine woman, to the
bride, to the wife, to the expectant
mother, to those going through
Wine is a blessing.
Bottles for $1.00.
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