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VOL,. XL VII. ZSTO. 14.
BOCK ISLAXD, IliL., FRIDAY, APRIL. 14, 1899.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
THREE POWERS AGREE
Identical Instructions Given
Commissioners to Investi
gate Samoan Trouble.
TO DEAL WITH SITUATION AS TOTTSD
Knpactlr Voveranaenta to Receive Sepatr'
ate Report Not Empowered to Alter
the Trent? of Berlin, Bat May Make
Reeomnaentlatlooa Tranaport Sheridan
Reaches Manila Other by Wire.
Washington, April 14. The state
department baa announced positively
. and finally that the three parties to
the lierlin treaty have agreed upon
instructions to be iriven the Samoan
commissioners, and that the com mis
sion will leave San Francisco the
li-jth inst. for Apia.
The Instructions to the commis
sioners are identical, lhe commis
sion is empowered to deal with the
situation as it linds it .ipon its
arrival. Whatever the commission
does will Ihj subject to approval of
the three powers. As to the merits
of the controversy between the
representatives of the powers on the
islands, the commission ise.xpected to
l i . ? i
make a morougn anu impartial
investigation and report to the
respective governments. The com
missioners have no power to alter the
treaty of lierlin, but may make
recommendat'ons to that end.
Washington, April 14. The cabinet
meeting was devoted principally to
the bainoan situation and the instruc
tions to the commissioners to the
c.ar's peace conference. Kautz's re
port on the namoan situation was
read. It is said the Mataafa uprising wa9
fomented by the deriuan consul, the
admiral said, Wing satisfied that
Mataafa had no right tortile, he issued
the proclamation enthroning Malietoa.
Sehley .tMlcned to Out 7.
Washington, April 14. Schley has
lccii assigned to duly as iuviiiIht of
the naval examining board of this
MRS. GEORGE'S THREATS.
Morr Dauiuiliie Kvlclence Aotlo.t Sax ton
Canton. April 1 1. --In the trial of
Mrs. (;crg today, Mrs. Mary Xau
luaii testilird that Mrs. (icorge told
her of having kept Saxton from en
tering the Althou.sc home by pointing
a pisto' at him. and making him comu
away with her. Mrs. George said she
could have killed him then, but she
wanted her husband to get tome of
his money first.
Mrs. Nettie McAllister told of
threats by Mrs. George to kill Saxton.
DIED ON THE VOYAGE.
Transport Sheridan l.oaea.Solcliera and Oth
era Koroute to Manila.
Manila. April 14. -lhe transport
Sheridan bringing the 12th and a lat
lalion of the 7th regulars, arrived here,
On the passage Lieut. Meyer disap
peared, ami it is siinpsscd fell over
Uiard. Three privates and six chil
tlrcu of privates died ol pneumonia.
MARSHALL WINS THE MATCH
Kellhabnrg'a Mayor Victor In lirrat Amerl
ran Handicap hlioot.
Klkwood Park. X. J.. April 14.
I lie 'Join round of the great American
handicap, live birds, in the Iuterstate
association tournament concluded to
day. Tom Marshall, mayor of Keiths
burg. 111., who was victor two years
ago. woii the match. Grimm, of Clear
I. ike, Iowa, won the second money,
Henry .1. Ihanluun Dead.
Chicago. April 14. Henry J. IJoard-
maii, 01 Marshalltowu. Iowa, died
shortly ln-fore noon at St. Joseph's
hospital. His wife and daughter
were with him.
Alger Hark In Thla Country,
Washington. April 1 I. Alger has
arrived at Fort Monroe and will reach
Washington this afternoon.
Smln to Have More Iron Clada.
Madrid. April 14. The minislc-r of
marine will submit to the chamber a
bill for t lie construction of 1 iron
Oueen Homager Critically III.
Honolulu. April lf.--(Juven Dow a
get Kapiolani is critic-all r ill. She
stroke of apoplexy a
C,en. Keifer Dangeroualy 111.
Spriuglield. Ohio, April 14.-
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum toifnj powi&Ts are the greatest
mmaccrs to health of the prt-nut day
laowisraeo, ww vcmm.
J. Warren Keifer, who has been ill for
some time, has grown worse with
symptoms of typhoid fever.
Germany Annonacea irMement.
Berlin. April 14. The minister of
foreign affairs announced in the reich
- l .i ;u
stag that an agreement had been ar
rived at with Great Britain in regard
to the commission to Samoa.
GOV. LEE PROTESTS.
He Bemanda the Return of South Dakota
Troop from Manila.
St. Paul. April 14. A special to The
Pioneer Press from Pierre. S. D.. gives
the text of a letter from Governor
Lee. of South Dakota, to President Mc
Kinley. demanding: the return of the
South Dakota volunteers from the Phil
ippines. He recites the facts of enlist
ment to fight for humanity against
Spain, declares that such war has end
ed and his Mate feels that "the South
Dakota volunteers have fulfilled every J
obligation which they owe to their,
country and its Hag" and should be al-
lOWerl f r rrtlrn him Ua eavs
view their present or future retention
as UncnnMltlltlnniil on1 a t-lrtlsatlon of
the law that calltd theorganization Into .
Iielng." and feels sure they will not be
retained against their will, against the
law and "against the moral s?nse of the
people of our state, without offering .
some sound reason for so doing." i
He knows of no war exigency at the
Dreseilt time, ravi rnnprs has nnt rlP-
clared war against the Inhabitants of
Luzon, and that' the "constitution dots .
not norm it vnnr .oiu.w.v onv'
your excellency, nor any
appointed by your excel
lency, to make a declaration of war."
He declares the present course "re
pugnant to the fundamental principles
of this government, a violation of the
Declaration of Independence, a repudia
tion of the theory upon which we en
gaged in the war with Spain, and ut
terly inconsistent with yourexcellency's
splendid announcement respecting the
policy to be pursued toward Cuba."
He is unable to "reconcile the staugh-
with "our code of politcal ethics or with
the tenor of our christian religion." He ,
speaks of the volunteers as "impressed
into a service the purpose of which is
the direct opposite of the motive which
caused them to enlist." He says the
people are "unable to countenance the
present attempt of this government to
enforce title with bayonets to a nation
of brown men purchased from a dis
graced and vanquished despot." His
people "regard the further sacrifice of
our fcoldiers. In a conflict waged against
liberty and In the Interest of explicating
capitalism, as totally incompatible with
the spirit of our institutions.'-
SOON TO GO HOME.
Legialatora Are Cloaing l a tho
Bmlnruof lh Srloii.
Springfield. Ills., April 14. The legis
lature will ad burn fine die fome time
omorrow morning. The senate 'yester- '
day passed bills: Paying 12.000 to Mrs. I
A. J. Hunt for the loss of her son In the 1
war last summer: appropriating $75.0Q
for bounties on sugar made in Illinois
from lwets grown In Illinois likely to
fail in the house: increasing to 12.0.0 a I
year the salaries of secretaries of the I
supreme court Judges; pioviding for a '
corn, iruit ana norse exhibit at the (
Paris exposition: providing for an an- .
nual tax levy, appropriating for gen- ,
eral Mate purposes j.l.r.oo.tHHi rr 1899
and a like amount for 1S0O. fr srhool
purposes Jl.oofUMO f..r l!Wt and an equal
amount for 1900; appropriating J17.'..000
to purchase tenf.un.rorms and blankets
for the militia ami naval militia. J
The house passed the pure food bill.
tne Dill to protect union labels, and the
bills appropriating JS-VOoo for monu- '
ments to mark the positions occupied
by Illinois volunteers at the battle of
Shiloh. Jlii.OiK) for ordinary expenses
of state normal schools anl $".0,000 f -r
extra expenses and improvements at
state normal schools: also the bill pro
viding for the examination of appli
cants for teacher' certificates, by the
board of education instead of county
BitrwtrinfAnriont. .,f si-hjita in i.iti.i.
between ::o.OOO and IO0.O00 inhabitants: '
reappropriating J.Vl.OOo for the Iliinois
and Michigan canal: the senate 1. in to
prevent the colonization of voter..
Dld'Not Approve Wife Beating.
St. Louis. April 14. Kvcr sim e the
purported decision of Judge Thomas H.
Pea body Justifying wife beating or
chastisement by a husband of a wife
under certain circumstances gained pub
licity, the judge has received hundreds
of condemnatory letters. Yesterday
Judge Pea body came out In a card utter
ly repudiating the whole report as false.
Boat Found, but Kala M taxing.
Fort Atkinson. Wis.. April 14. Fred
Kals. son of George Kals. of this city.
went down the Rock river in a row-boat
to hunt. The boat was found capsized
about two miles and a half down the
river toward Lake Koshkonong.
Aged Illinoia Iortor Dead.
Springfield. Ills.. April 14 Dr. John
Hardiner. ated S2 years, one of the old
est and wealthiest residents of Sanga
mon county, died at his home in this
The arable Alphabet.
The Arabic alphabet has 29 letters.
each of which is written differentlv.
according as it stands alone or. in com
bination with other letters, at the be
ginning, middle or end of a word. To
learn the alphabet, therefore, means to
memorize 4x29-116 different signs.
Beat ef Kcaaaaa.
Yourur Eride I didn't accept
the first time be prorxwoa.
Mis Ryval (slightly envious) I
know yoa didn't.
Young Undo How do yon know?
Miss Hyval You weren't there.
Already Had the Book.
Dear Father (wrote "the student)-'
Please send some money for a new book,-
The new book had no leaves and was
easy to carry in an iLtr.de rocket. Boo-
i DEMOCRATS BANQUET
- Col. Brvan thm Guest of Honor at
-- . -
a Jeffersonian Dinner at
SPEAKS TOE FEEE SILVEE COINAGE.
attacka Eipaaaloa and Makea Some Com
parlaona Mayor Harrlaon. or Chicago,
A lo a Speaker Ha Denounces Trnata
Tba Other Orator New York Ienio- J
era La Alao Celebrate the Day Banquet
IJall Made Beautiful with Flow era.
Milwaukee. April 14. The Jefferson
elub, of Milwaukee, -observed the natal
day of the founder of Democracy in a
most fitting manner by a banquet at
the Plankington House last night which
was attended by over 400 guests. Colonel
"William J. Bryan, of Nebraska, was the
guest of honor, and delivered the prin-
d dress. Delegations of Demo-
in attendance from many
towns throughout the state, and nearly
all the Democrats from the state legis
lature were present. Colonel Bryan was
escorted on an early train from Chica
go by a large delegation from that city.
and Mayor Harrison came later also
with a large number of escorts. The
Wanquet hall was beautifully decorated
itn tne national colors and back of the
guests of honor above ' a mantel was
hung a large portrait in oil of the third
Gueet of Honor Attacka Expansion.
Colonel Bryan spoke on "Democracy.
He discussed the silver question from a
free coinage standpoint and denounced
"Imperialism." He compared the proc
lamation issued by the Philippine com
mission to one issued by the Queen to
India in 1S56. After quoting the Phil
ippine commission the speaker said:
"Compare this with the language used
by the queen in her proclamation to the
people of India in 18."6 when she said:
Ve hold ourselves bound to the natives
of our Indian territory by the same ob
ligations of duty which bind us to our
other subjects." and 'In their prosperity
will be our strength, in their content
ment our sec urity, and In their gratitude
our best reward." It will be noticed
that benevolenc-e breathes through both
.declarations. And then as to their
participation in government a procla
mation to the Filipinos says;
"There ehall be guaranteed to the
Filipino people an honest and effective
civil service, in which to the fullest ex
tent to which it is practicable natives
shall be employed." The quee n's proc
lamation reads: "And it is our further
will that so far as may be our BUbjec-ts,
of whatever race or creed, be freely.
and impartially admitted to offices in
our service and duties of which they
may be qualified by their . education.
ability and integrity duly to discharger
And yet In spite of those promises made
to the people of India forty years ago
the people of India today complain that
the ofTir-es are filled by the younger sons
of Knglish aristocracy while the taxes
are paid by the people of India."
Other Toaata That Were Drunk.
Kx-Senator John L. Mitchell, of Wis
consin, whose theme was "Thomas
Jefferson." devoted his entire address
to a eulogv of the founder of Democra- I
cy. John F.. Doherty, of LaCrosse. an-
Sw ered to the sentiment "The Young
Democracy;" Thomas I., deary, of
piatteville. on "Party Honesty in Party
Duty:" Carter H. Harrison, of Chicago.
responded to "Corruption in Politics."
and devoted himself 'largely to denun-
elation of trusts; Mayor David S. Rose.
of Milwaukee, to " Imperialism:" Judge
Hiram W. Sawyer, of Hartford, on
"Shall Trusts and Corporations Rule?"
and George W. Peck, on "If a Soldier
Does Not Like His Rations What?"
Dr. Howard S. Taylor, of Chicago, read
an original poem on Jefferson.
GOTHAM DEMOCRACY DINES.
"Ten Dollar Banquet Takea Plaea in a
Scena of Oreat Beauty.
New York. April 14. The dinner of
the Democratic club In honor of tha an
niversary of the birth of Thomas Jef
ferson was held last night at the Me tro
politan Opera House. Looking from
the tiers to the floor of the vast dining
hall the tables seemed like great beds
of roses. The thirty-two tables were
on either side of the speaker's table.
Every table was piled with a mass of
loses and ferns intertwined. 'So abun
dant were the flowers that some of the
guests were hardly able to see each
other over the floral banks. Swans and
vases of alabaster held flowers; there
were cornucopias or horns of plenty
filled with flowers and fruit, and the
scene w as set off with ribbons of car
The floor of the auditorium was raised
to a level with that of the stage by a
temporary floor, making one rectangu
lar room of immense size. The stage
was set with a gorgeous palace scene of
the court of Louis XIV. Four great
electric chandeliers lighted up the
picture. Tall silver candelabra with
shades harmonizing with the floral ef
fect were on all the tables. Just before
the guests were called to order Richard
Croker. Perry Belmont. Commissioner
Scannel and Commissioner Sexton en
tered a box. Croker was in enthu
siastic conversation with those about
him and waved his hand to guests all
over the hall. There were fully 20) more
guests than the 1.500 planned for. but all
The first speech was made by Perry
Belmont, and he was followed by Judge
Van Wyck. Belmont discussed expan
sion principally to show that the sort
now practiced is not the Jeffersonian
sort. Van Wyck devoted a good deal
of his speech to denunciation of trusts
and another sizable portion to opposi
tion to any sort of understanding be
tween England and the I'nittd Slates,
going bark to before the Revolution for
Instances of the perfidy of England
against the people of this republic. He
also spoke against the tariff. Among the
-other rpeakers were Robert B. Roore-
velt. Frederick C. Schraub and John B.
Subscribe for The Arqus.
BANQI KT OF THE SIXGLfc TAXERS.
One of Them Hope We May Meet Defeat
ia the Philippine,
New York. April 14. The Manhattan
Single Tax club held Its seventh annual
dinner last night at the Marlborough
hotel. The attendance was large. Men
and women were present in about equal
proportions to do honor to Thomas Jef
ferson ostensibly, but it appeared subse
quently that a greater idol was "Our
Contemporary Jefferson, Henry George,"
as Dt McOlynn. the dead philosopher's
friend, put It. A letter was read from
Michael Davttt. in Dalkey county. Ire
land, in which he referred to the ques
tion of home rule for Ireland in the sen
timent "Ireland for the Irish and the
land for the people." He then referred
disapprovingly to the t'nited States'
policy in the Philippines.
Henry George made the first speech,
and was followed by Dr. Edward Mc
Olynn. When the exerc ises were prac
tically concluded Frank Stephens, of
Philadelphia, was called upon and In re
ply Stephens made a bitter attack upon
the administration for Its course in the
Philippines. In this all present showed
that they, were with the speaker, and all
applauded vigorously when he said, re
ferring to our soldiers in the Philip
pines: "I pray that the God of battles
will send upon them swift and over
Hryau'a Mt at Chicago.
Chicago. April 14. -William J. Bryan,
after spending the morning in paying
his respects impartially to both Mayor
Harrison and ex-Governor Altgeld, left
Chicago at 11:30 a. m. yesterday to at
tend the Jefferson, banquet at Milwau
kee. Bryan visited Attgeld first and
from there went to see -the mayor. All
three gentlemen denied that they talked
PROGRESS Of QUAY'S TRIAL.
Fight Between the Lawyer Continues to
Kage Around the "Red Book."
Philadelphia, April 14. Proceedings
In the trial of ex-Senator Quay yester
day were tedious. District Attorney
Rothermel placed upon the stand in
succession the paying teller, receiving
teller and bookkeepers of the broken
People's bank to prove the hooks. All
of these made reference to Quay's ac
count and the bookkeepers paid they
had entered the figures, but none of the
books was opened to show what th-i
nature of the account was. All of the
hank employes on crosp-examination
stated that they had never seen Quay's
deposit book, and did not believe there
The red liook was a big feature of the
day's proceedings, figuring indirectly in
the testimony of several witnesses. Its
pages were gone over repeatedly and
the question of its Identification with
the business of the bank was discussed,
and when court adjourned a handwrit
ing expert was on trW'stand identifying
'he writing in it as.-the work of Hop
kins. It was evident from the district
attorney's a'titude yesterday that he
proposes to formally offer the book in
evidence in a day or two. and he ap
pears confident of his ability to intro
duce the testimony vh:ch its page? con
tain and which is so vital In the estab
lishment of the charge of conspiracy.
According to the ConnrH'a Order.
Bay City. Mich.. April 14. It is prob
able that the stre et c ars will be" running
with union crews by tonight, thus end
ing the strike of the past week. Yester
day afternoon the mediation e-ommittee
of the common council ordered thestreet
railway company to resume the opera
tion cf the lines, and submitted a re
quest that all the old men be re-em
ployed pending the arbitration. The re
quest and order hate been sent to the
executive officers of the company . at
Railway Legialation Put Back.
Madison. Wis., April 14. The as.-em-
bly yesterday rsconsldered the passage
of the Orton railway bill and put it
back to where it was- Wednesday. Tills
was done, it is said, to defeat the bill.
Thirteen bills were passed. The senate
passed fifteen biils on as many differrnt
subjects, and killed the bill to license
Ed orators at Chicago.
Chicago. April 14. -The national com
mittee on college entrance examina
tions, appointed four years ago in Den
ears ago in uen-
ver by the Education association, held I
in.- i it ZThVi l; AIT from preordained deliberation his pow
ting In Haskell hall of Chi- I , , , . , T , , .
Ity at 10:30 a. m. jester- rs fal1 hln, and 1 11 that there
its first meeti
day. Dr. A. P. Nightingale prcsTde as
Saw Mill Ieatroyed by Fire.
Marinette. Wis., April 14. The Fan
mill of the Ray de Xoque Lumber com
pany al Xahma, Wis., was destroyed by
fire. The loss is $0.000. with partial
Insurance. Oconto and Chicago parties
own the mill.
Wheeler Fight or Reaigna.
Washington. April 14. General Jo
seph Wheeler was at the White House
yesterday. He said he desired active
duty in the Philippines and if not as
signed to active duty will resign.
Woald-Bi Governor of Illinois.
Springfield. Ills., April 14. A pretty
political fight is framing up in Morgan
county. Richard Yates, of Jackson
ville, collector of internal revenue for
that district, is an avowed candidate
for the Republican nomination for gov
ernor. Simultaneously with the an
nouncement of Tates" gubernatorial
ambition comes the statement that
I Charles S. Ranneils, chairman of the
Republican state j" committee, and a
member of the railroad and warehouse
I commission, will be a candidate for the
Republican nomination for state treas
urer. jury in the case of Xavler Lecocq has '
been in session three days, but has
failed, thus far. to agree, although all
evidence lias been in since Wednesday
morning. They stand three for placing
tesponslbiltty for Lecocq's death on the
negro. Henry Stephens, now in jail at
TaylorviIle. and three for "party un-knowii-"-
The military ia making slow
progress getting tbe arms from citizens,
an most of them were hidden during
the forty-eight bours which were given
for their delivery to the soldiers.
The people of Rock
they paid for their
store. We not only
LONDON NEVER DID belong to a
KEEP UP high prices.
We Offer This Spring the Greatest Val
ues Ever Offered in
We put on sale 200
to keep prices down we offer them for $10.00 Don't buy until you sec fif
these suits, they are not the ordinary $10.00 suits which other
clothiers show. ' ' tSf
YOU KNOW US. I
I THE LONDON I
TWO CHEMISTS AT OUTS.
One Says Canned Keef Is Nutritious, (lie
Washington, April 14. Dr. W. D. Bige
low, chemist of the agrJcuItural depart
ment, told the Wade court of inquiry
yesterday that the canned corned beef
was a wholesome and nutritive produc t
even more nutritious than freFh beef.
iiecause of the preponderance of pro-
toids. He also gave the details of his
general investigation in the canned beef
supply, showing the meat to be a gen
erally satisfactory ration.
Professor Mallet, professor of chem
istry at the I'niversity of Virginia, pre
sented a contrary view. He expressed
the opinion that a chemical analysis
was not a sufficient test of the char
acter of a food product, saying that
various conditions necessarily must be
considered. He did not regard the
canned roast beef as a desirable ration.
Rudolph K. Spicer. an undertaker of
Harrisburg. Pa., said he had discovered
crystalline sa!ts in the refrigerator beef
n Porto Rico which reminded him of
powders used In embalming.
Where ColerldKC- Waa Wantina;.
Coleridge has a lamentable want of
voluntary power. If lie is excited by a
remark in company he will ponr forth
in an evening, without apparent effort,
what would furnish matter for a hun
dred essays. But the moment that he is
fv,,,,, nrunt imnnia l .ne
. - . i .. , .
am riniM w-nfn nn coniii nor run rna
commonest notes. He is one of these
minds who, except in inspired moods,
can donothing, and his inspirations are
oral and not sc-riptnraL And when
ho is inspired he snrpasses, in my opin
ion, all that could be thonght or imag
ined of a hnman being. "Charles
Lamb and the Lloyds," by E. V. Lucas.
The Bridge of I-lona.
The largest bridge in existence is not.
as one would imagine, the work of some
f.imons English or French engineer.
This bridge, comparatively little known.
was constructed long ago. in China, in
the reign of the Emperor Keing Long.
It is situated near to Sangang and
the Yellow sea, and measures not less
than eight miles and a half.
The Bridge of Lions, as it is. called, is
supported by S00 immense arches and
its foundation is 21 meters underwa
ter. On each pile of this wonderful
bridge is a marble statue of a lion, three
times larger than life size. The coup
d'ceil of these 800 enormous lions, each
one supporting an arch, is stupendous
iu its magnificence.
A V f-AMHAdltV.
uuc!"n ....... aa
no leu ;
Before this problem the class recoiled
"Please, sir," said a yonng lad, "wo
always does onr soma in apples. Lon
W. C. Anarews. who ptriFhed in the
fire which destroyed his home at Xew
York last week, by will provided for the
establishment of a home for the educa
tion of girls at Willoughby, O.
Island know who did it. They remember well what
clothing before THE LONDON started the big
lowered prices but have kept them down. THE
men's fine all wool suits worth to
An explosion followed by fire wrecked
the drug store of W. H. Ktolte. Chicago.
President McKinley is preparing to
throw open to settlement 200,000 acres of
Olympic forestry reserve.
John Dundon. coachman for Richard
H. Southgate. Chicago, was killed In
an elevator while trying to alight from
the ascending car.
The funeral of ex-Justice Field took
place at Washington yesterday from
the Church of the Epiphany, Bishop
Mary Owens, aged 70 years, was
struck by a switch engine near a cross
ing of the Milwaukee road at Water
town, Wis., and fatally hurt.
George Waystaff. a negro murderer,
was shot out of a tree near Prairieville.
Ala., by a psse which had tracked him
to that place with bloodhounds.
John Kaey. proprietor of a Chinese
laundry at Mineral Point, Wis., com
mitted suicide by taking poison because
a white girl gave him the mitten.
Ann Collins, a girl of 13, recovered a
verdict of $2,500 against the city of
Janesville, Wis., in the circuit court for
injuries received from a fall on a defec
i Rev. Dr. Reese K. Alsop, of Brook
lyn, has been elected general secretary
of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary
Society of the Protestant episcopal
church in the Lnited States.
Major Julian Ransome, one of the
most noted duelist planters and flnan
cicrs In tho southern states, committed
suicide at Vinevllle, a suburb of Ma
con.. Ga.. by taking morphine.
To Cora a Cold la On Day.
Take Laxative Broruo Quinine Tablets
All dmpgists refund the money if it
fails to euro. 25c." 1 ho genuine has
L. B. "Q. on each tablet.
Little, neglected scratches and
wounds freniicntly result in blood
poisoning. Better heal them ciuickly
with DeWitt 8 Wicli Hazel salve, a
thoroughly anti-septic application
with a record of always curing piles,
old ulcers, sores, cuts, wounds and
skin diseases. For sale by T. 1L
Thomas, A. J. Beiss and M. F. Ba on
"C1M1RET do all elalaaed rr taeaa
and are a truly wonderful meuicine. I bare of tea
wifcbed for a mediviue pleaum to take and at last
bare fnuod it io Cacareta. hlnee taking tbem. mr
bioud baa been port Sod and my complexion bat im
proved wonderfully aort ffi much better in every
nay.'- Mas. SAiXis It. bt-LLAUis. i.utueil. Teuu.
pvaxant. Patatable. Potent. Tante Gornt. Da
Guod. Iic-Ter Sirkcn. Weaken, or Gripe. Kta. jc. Utc.
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combination of clothing men to
anybody $i3.;o. But
The most beautiful
and least expensive
line sfiown in the
three cities. Hun
dreds of styles to sel
ect from. Prices that
place the big value
stamp upon each one
This is a money sav
ing line for you. Come
over and see it.
Davenport Furniture and
321, 326, S?8 Brad St., Davenport.