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TTTF. A KG US. SATURDAY", APBIL 20, 1895.
FOUND HIM GUILTY.
Coroner's Jury Says Durrany
Slew Minnie Williams.
ACCUSED DOES HOT 60 ON THE STAND
Hi Lawyer I attracting Hlra ta Fay Moth
tag Mather of lb. FraMtc Baa
Krldoaoa la Bla Pafa a Blaaay Cloth.
lac F.aad Waat Virginia Sheriff Klllrf
Wall. Auemntlas tm Am Htm
Ttalava la Pennsylvania.
S AS Fb Asciaco, April 2Ui The coroner"
Jury baa rendered s verdict declaring
Durrant guilty of the murder of Minnie
When the inquest was resumed two of
Durrant's comrades in the National
Guard company were examined and said
that on the afternoon of the night that
Minnie Williams was murdered they saw
Durrant loitering about the ferry at the
foot of Market street, and talked to him.
They said Durrant told them he did not
expect to be at the armory that night, and
be asked them to respond to bis name at
roll-call. Dr. Bartlett, who conducted
the autopsy, testified that Minnie Will
lams died of asphyxiation as the result
of having part of her clothing forced
down her throat by the murderer, and
that the knife wounds found on various
parts of her body were inflicted after
death. He also testified that the girl had
The Aceascd Bears the Verdict,
Several other witnesses were examined
on minor matters and about 11 o'clock
the coroner announced that he had no
more testimony to offer, though he called
Durrant to the stand and the latter left
bis seat as if to present himself for exami
nation, and then looked towards his at
torneys who advised him not to speak.
No further effort was made to question
him. The jury did not occupy an hour in
deliberation and rendered the verdict be
fore noon. Durrant was not present when
the verdict was rendered. When he was
shown the verdict after his return to the
city prison, his face flushed for the first
time since tbo terrible crime of which he
is accused wj discovered.
Fair of Bloody Trouaer Found.
Mrs. Durrant, mother of the accused,
says that sbo has evidence for tho defense
which will go to upset the bearing of the
statement of Witness Hill, who testi
fied before thecoroncr's jury that he had
seen a couple answering the description
of Durrant and thedeud girl standing near
the church about 8:30 on the night of tho
murder, and who afterward entered
the church yard. Mrs. Durrant
says that a young couple bad
come to her and stated that they entered
the church yard about the time Hill
claims to have seen a couple pass into tho
front gate. The police have received In
formation from a laundry that a pair of
bloody trousers had been left for cleaning.
The police say that the trousers are too
big for Durrant, but that they will trace
the clue to find the owner.
SIGHT WITH HORSE THIEVES,
Sheriff Killed and a Bobber Saved from
Death by Cisaietta Photographs,
Wueelisq, April 30. News from Kins
wood, Preston county, this state, gives de
tails of a fight with horse thieves from
across the Pennsylvania line, in which
the sheriff of the county was fatally shot
and one or two other men wounded. La to
Thursday night a telephone message was
sent to Sheriff Shaw from Albrightsville,
three miles east of Kins wood, to the effect
that four horse thieves from Brownsville,
Pa were there. The sheriff summoned
three deputies and went to answer the
summon. They shortly oame in sight of
the four tii cvos, who were mounted.
Sheriff Shaw pluckily approached the
gang and grabbing the bridle of the lead'
er's horso called on them to surrender.
Quick as a flash the loader pulled his
revolver and fired pointblank at the
sheriff. Tbo ball passed through the
right lung, inflicting a mortal wound.
Ex-Sheriff Jackson, a member of tbo
poste. returned the fire. His ball wtruck
a package of cigarette photograph, in the
murderer's upper vest pocket just over
the heart, and glancing mulcted a nesh
wound in his arm, and entering his
horse's neck killed the animal Instantly.
The man full to the ground and Jackson
supposed he had killed him. These were
the only shots fired, for the robbers Im
mediately surrendered and were taken to
Klnswood and lodged in jail.
On one of the thieves was found
manuscript copy of the by-laws of a secret
organisation designated by the letters W.
& O. Tho striking feature of the laws
compelled the leader to push forward in
time of danger. This he tried to do when
be shot Sheriff Shaw.
ASSAILT OX MKS PA It X ELI.
Mother of tho Irish Leader Bratally Baataa
Borpextowx. N. J., April SO. Mrs.
Delia Parncll, the aged mother of Charles)
Stewart Parnell, the late Irish leader, was
assaulted on her way home, beaten.
robbed and left unconscious in a field.
where she was found later by a passer-by.
She was carried to a farmer's house near
at hand, but did not regain consciousness
until evening, when she was unable to
throw any licnt on the an air. Dr. tnipps
found her still suffering from tbe effects
of concussion of the brain and shock, but
no symptoms have yet developed pointing
to fracture of the skull. In view of her
advanced aire and the loss of blood It is
impossible to foresee the outcome of the
It has been learned that the old lady.
while in this city, visited the hardware
store of S.muel K. Burr and tendered a
10 check in payment of a bill of about
& After receiving her change she left
for home, walking along the railroad
track, where the assault was doubtless
made. Two tramps giving the names
of John Devlne, of Philadelphia, and
John Brennan, of Newark, were arrested
on suspicion. They were discovered lot'
serins; about Ironsides, the home of Mrs.
Parnell, but as they proved to know noth
ing of the assault they were released.
MOB YIOLE-1CE IX IOWA.
Teach Character Bhaeta aa Oafteer aad a
. Lynching Is ProaaMo.
Cedar Rapids, April SO, Marshal
William Gearhart, of Blairstown,
fatally shot with a rifle last evening by
Jim Cox, a tough character, upon whom
the officer waa trying to serve a warrant
for a minor offense. A mob arronndad
Cox's house and Bred at least 1,000 shots
Into it. The angered oillaena than est
tog Senor Muragna's departure. It is un
derstood that hla official letters of reoall
will be presented by the new minister,
Senor de Lome, when tbe latter presents
bis papers and exchanges greetings.
Orinaea Kiver Beapetel
Washixgtos. April SOl United State!
Minister Bartleman at Caracas has boen
negotiating with the Venesuelaa
government to secure the reopen '
ing to American commerce of tb
mouths of - the Orinoco, all ol
which were closed, with one exception
by decree. The matter waa brought tc
the attention of the state depart men!
through the seizure of tbe steamer Boll
var.of an American lino for entering one
of these forbidden passes of the river.
Hart Ionian's efforts have been successful.
SPECULATIVE BUSINESS GROWS.
Which Daa Bays Is tha Least Battsfacterj
reatare la tha Trade Mtaatloa. j
New York, April 80. R. G. Dun 6
Ca's .weekly report of trade says: Ir
every speculative department the bosi
ness is grosring, but this is really th
least satisfactory feature of the situation.
Cotton, oil and wheat climb above thi
export price, so that the marketing oi
products abroad must be checked, and
money is absorbed which ought to bt
employed in productive industry and is
distribution of products to consumers.
Everybody knows that oil has not riser
200 per cent, b-cnuso it is intrinsically
more valuable, nor is wheat actually
worth more than it was two or three
weeks ago, but the expansive and uplift
ing force has fortunately taken to specu-
lation rather than to production and at
we have higher prices in all speculative
markets without a large demand for con
There is no evidence that cotton Is in
larger demand than it was when the price
was a cent lower, but prices have been sc
tow for months that an upward move
ment was easy without much reason.
Wheat has advanced over 3 cents during
the past week. Outside of speculative
markets the most iinpurtant-ature is the
rise in the price of beet, out which is
largely due to the control of sources ol
supply by a few strong corporations.
There ought to be, but appareutly Is not,
sufficient power in the hands of the gov
ernment to meet any such conspiracy
against the public
In iron and steel the situation is rathei
disappointing, although tho output con
tinues large, as the demand for finished
products does not seem to increase.
Structural forms are in largo demand,
but sales of wire Sure about 3J per cent,
less than last year and in other branches
there is no perceptible gain. Failure!
during the past week have been 341 in the
United States agaiust Blu last year; thirty
four in Canada agaiust forty-live last
GHASTLY STORY FROM MEXICO.
Cave Dlacoveied Containing the Bonne ol
Over IOO Met.
CHILPASZISOO, April 23. A sheep-
herder named Antonio Vinoent hosdiscov
ered a horrible charnel cave of human re
mains near tho village of Quechultcnanga
Over a hundred skulls were counted 'piled
with their bones into one great heap not
far from the highway leading from the
City of Mexico to Acapulco on the Pacific
coast. Tbe herders story has been
corroborated by others whom he has
guided to tho cava. Ic is supposed the re
mains are tbe ghastly souvenirs of one ot
the numerous attacks mado on travelers
and whole caravans ot freighters in part
Tbe cave is under an overhanging bluff.
a few rods from the main road. Small
trees and brush choko the entrance. One
story is to the effect that in the '&j ban
dits, led by the noted revolutionist Juan
Vargas, attacked a richly-laden train o!
wagons. Strangely enough tbe bandits
seemed to carry off the dead with thcin.
and diligent search revealed no trace of
tbe victims. Tbe discovery seems to un
ravel the mystery of the disappearance ol
this and other caravans. The governor of
this state will probably take official action
in tbe caso and order a full Investigation.
Doings off Illinois Leo. Motors.
SPBlXGriKLD, April SO The governor
sent to tho senate the nomination of S. S.
Page, of Cook, for trustee of tbe Eye and
Ear Infirmary, vice Daniel Goodwin. Thr
bill to pension retired teachers was ad
vanced to third reading. The arbitration
bill was read the first time and advanced
to second reading. The bill relating tc
building associations was passed. In the
house a resolution was introdued to in
vestigate the charges that assessors ool-
lnsively undervalue property of certain
individuals. A memorial was presented
from labor unions protesting against the
purchase of machinery for penitentiaries.
The bill to reduce Interest on school funds
to 7 per cent, was passed. Both houses
adjourned to Monday.
The Wiseensla kgisl.tnre.
MaDISOX, April 21 A long fijht be
tween Forest county and the Northwest
ern road has ended in favor of the former.
The bill provides for levying a biggar tax
than the railroad wants to pay. A reso
lution was adopted requesting W. A.
Jones and l. A. .Langs, who are on the
committee for the revision of the rules, to
get points from the Illinois legislature.
Speaker Burrows announced the following
members of the apportionment commit
tee: Lamberson, Treat; Anson and Yaw
key, Republicans, and Conway and Schell
en berg, Democrats.
Wales To Uo at tha Tacht Bans,
Newport, K. I., April 20. The an
nouncement was made here on the most
reliable authority that the Prince of
Wales will visit Kowport during the coin
ing summer. The information was fur
nished to the representative of the Asso
ciated Press by a prominent society man.
who has just received a letter from Eng
land announcing that his royal highness
will attend the cup races aad spend sev-
erai weens as Newport.
Mlaers Oafhar at Claclaaatl Again.
i ..f . T. .1 Ol A
miners gathered at Cincinnati but the
mayor and sheriff would not let them en-
ter the town. Learning that a number ot
Austrian were armed Sheriff Bray wont
outwua uepuiK nu uww i.y .
Oscar WBde Committal far Trial.
Tar.-ra.ii Anril 3rt.-At the Bow street
police court Oscar Wilde and Alfred T.y-
lor. charged with serious misdemeanors.
west) brought np on remand and were
formally committee. lor snai, nau netag
llilussu In sacn ease.
OF INQUIRING MIND.
Bryan of Nebraska an Animated
LETS L00S3 A LOAD OF QUESTIONS
Aimed at President Cleveland, aad Relat
ing to Bis Keccat Letter on tho Fiaancws
Wool. Lot of Matters tha Western
White Metal Man Is Year alma; taw I .for
mat lo. A boat Woald Bo fle.eeS to
Bava Ban Dettaiti na.
Omaha, April in. Ex-Congressman
Bryan, through the Omaha paper of
which he is the editor, has made publio
an open letter to the president, in reply to
Cleveland's recent financial epistle. After
praising "Coin's Financial School"
the letter says: "What do you mean by
the phrase, "sound money V In your letter
you make frequent use of that and kin
dred phrases. In fact, in tbe course of
your letter youspeak three times of "sound
money,' twice of a "safe currency,' once ot
a "sound currency,' onto of a "safe and
sound currency' end once of safe and
prudent financial ideas,' and once 'of
wholesome financial doctrine,' xou also
speak once of a 'debased currency,' once
of a degenerated currency and once of
Woald like So ate Definitions.
"In one place you describe your oppo
nents as the forces of silver monometal
lism,' but you nowhere explain what yen
mean by "sound money,' or what you ci n
sider 'cheap money. Now, everybody fa
vors "sound money and a 'safe currency,'
and a plain and simple statement of what
you mean by these euphonious and uni
versally admired phrases might dispel the
war clouds and make a 'line ot battle' un
necessary. If by 'sound money' ym
mean a gold standard, why did you avld
tha use of the word 'gold' in your letter?
If by a 'safe currency you mean bimetal
lism, why did you avoid the uso of the
word 'bimetallism in your letter?
Asks a Statement a to Coinage
"Yur opponents favor the free and un
limited coinage of gold bullion into dol
lars, each containing 25 8 grains of
standard cold; ore you in favor of this?
Your opponents are in favor of tho free
and unlimited cuinugo of silver bullion
into dollars, each containing il.o grains
of standard silver. Are you in favor f
this? If not, are you in favor ot tho co n
ageof -uiver bullion Into dollars of any
size? If not in favor of the frco coinage
ot silver what charge, if any, would you
make for coinage?
Inttmato a lack of Knowledge.
"Is the failure of tbe gold standard a 1-
vocates to define their purposes and de
fend their financial system due to lack ol
knowledge of the sul'j -ct, or to an un
willingness to let tbo people know what
thry intend? If the 'proprieties' of your
"official place' oblige you to forego tho ep
joyment you would derive from the writ
ing of another letter explaining your last
letter and defining your position on the
financial question, pleaso designate some
one who has authority to npak for you,
so the people may he 'afforded an in
telligent opportunity,' as you suggest, to
study and decide this now paramount
publicf i ucst ion. "
Cuban Babel ltoaort to nnvaery
Havana, April 20. Private a 1 vices re
ceived here are to tho effect that tho rebels
made an attack on the town of Yura
guana, about ten miles south of Mauza
nillo, but were repulsed with a loss of
thirty-two killed. Tho rebel chief Lovo
has surrendered to the Spanish authori
ties, not wishing to comply with the
order that has been issued by the insur
gent general in chief Macco that all
former SpanUh soldiers living within
reach of the rebels shall be put to the
sword. Five ex-soldiers have already
been killed under this order.
The Weather Wa Bay KapMt.
Wasbikoton. April 2D. The foliovrins are
tbe a-axther indications tor it hours from S
p. m. ye tor lay: For Illinois Fair, warmer
weather sou: berly win-K For I.iriiana Fair
weather; warmor in extrern northern por
tion: roa heriy win-U For Lower Mich ira
Fair, warmer weather: tout hea&terly winds.
ror leper .Munis n -I tcreasliig cloudiness;
probably shower in the extreme western
portiou; warmar in eastern porti'in; south-
eastnrly winds, ror VVIctuiiu lucrea.intf
cloud nesi: warmer iu extreme southwestern
portiou; snmhast-rly winds. For Iowa
i'artly cl.juiy nrtuer. wa-mr in central
aad eastern portions: Miuthariy wiutle.
Laborer. Strike at Chicago.
Chicago, April 19. Three hundred
men employed by the Chicago City Rail
way company in the construction of its
electric line along Archor avenue and
other south side thoroughfares struck
because their request for an increase in
wages from 91.25 to $1.50 per day was re
Vie. rrcaldeat Goes to tha Circus.
CHICAGO, April 19. "Ao, I have no
programme for my stay in the city," said
Vice President Stevenson, who was stop
ping at the Palmer House. I did drop
into Tattersall's circus last evening for a
short time and enjoyed the performance.
My present visit to Chicago has no polit
ical significance whatever.
Jfew Mate Idea Meets Favor.
DCLUTH, April 19. The plan of form
ing a new state at the head of the lakes, to
include Duluth, Superior, the Mesaba
and Gogebic ranges,and the various small
towns tributary to Duluth is supported
by many prominent citizens at the head
ot Lake Superior, especially In this city.
KM. Agalmt tho Fair aatate.
Sam Fbascisco, April IS. A note for
fXO.OOu, signed apparently by the late
T.maM n Vail Km IiMII .Aft. luM fit.
j col,cct,on from 'New ork. The note is
m faTur of LeUnd stanfvsrd and accom-
panjiOK l 19 a letter lunmi in t . c".
: . ; . Mur a
Howell." It is looked upon with suspi
Doing of Sftaalga Solana,
1 ivivd Anril 1Q lhA pn jyt rYnnr.
mitcoe on iiquor traffic irpotW?i the house
$300 uniform liquor tax bill so amended
I as to make it optional by common 00 un-
, e.ls in cities as to whether saloons sh.il!
be open on civic holidays. There is talk d
adjournment on May ol.
Woman U-ri swaraMev
Tip ros, Mich , April 2J. Miss Yillitta
Cain burn, aged Sa. while burning tbe
( ram)r( cf be- door yard g t her clothing
n fire. She ran filtecn rods to a water
"nlc wnere aer iwotner louna ner with
aer ciotauig nu uurneu -u uu un ii-ea
, sooked from her trnwis to her head. The
loctors give no hopes of her rooovaxy.
It is reported from Hawaii that tho
Japanese, finding that they are pretty
good fighters under modern conditions.
a-e likely to make fresh trouble for the
Dole government by undertaking to gais
control of the islands. There are 2.-, COO
Japanese on the Islands now.
The monument erected in Decatur coun
ty, Ind. to mark the center of population
of the United States has been defaced by
some person. ---
The council of the Russian empire has
unanimously approved a decree authoris
ing commercial transactions ot any kind
to be concluded en a gold basis. -
Obituary: At Gainesville, Flo.. Dr.
John P. Halt of Tampa. At Mew
York. Granville Perkins, the artist, 6a
At Shelbyville, Ky., ex-Governor K. C
Wickliffe. At Marinette, Wis., U B
Noyes, 66. At Nashville. Tenn . Rev. G.
W. Winn. At Independence, Ky., G. W.
Carlisle, brother of Secretary Carlisle 67.
At -Sew York, Charles Knox, the well-
known hatter, 77.
The international convention of th
Young Women's Christian association in 1
session at Pittsburg has elected these of- J
fleers: Mrs. Grace Whitney Evans, ol!
Detroit, president: Mrs. W. Meseer. of .
Chicago, and Miss Mary B. Stewart, of
Detroit, vice presidents: Flora Shank, of
Indiana, and Carlotta Coddlng.of Wilkes
bar re. Pa., secretaries.
Secretary 8. S. GriswoH has been mado
assignee of the AmericauSSXitual Fire as
sociation, of Denver. The company has
outstanding risks amounting to $"100,003
and assets of only $J,(XO face value.
David Crumpacker killed his wife at
Patacha City, Wash. The shot was in
tended for Ebon Johnson and the wife
lost her life in trying to shield the latter,
who was alleged to bo her lover.
Sir Julian Paunoufoto, the British min
ister, has declined to interfere in the case
ot Dr. Buchanan, sentenced to be killed
at Sing Sing next week.
The Kentucky Republican state com
mittee will change the date for the Re
publican state convention, which has been
called for May 29, Decoration Day.
Mrs. Adams Darling, the poetess.
charges that her sou, Irving I. Darling;
the musical composer, was poisoned by
his wife and Dr. Francis Xavier Spangcr,
of Detroit. Dr. Spanger and the widow
have married since young Darlinir'a
Sevill, Schoficld & Co.. proprietors ol
tho Economy woolen mills at Manayunk,
Pa., have assigned with liabilities ot
A case is on In the United States cir
cuit court at Clarksburg, W. V., in which
tbe election registration laws ot South
Carolina are being tested. The lawt
were enacted in 1883 and are claimed to
be violative of both the state and federal
Maw York Financial.
New Tore, April 19.
Honey on call easy at !&i per rant
Prime mercantile paper 4 VV per cent.
sterling exchange quiet bnt firm, with actual
busiue in banker' bills at 43)g ifttHJt, for de
mand aud tttfsaiSs for sixty days; posted
rates ftt&rYt-ufci auj 4lM&lik)a: comiuercial
Silver rsrtincates. tSTliaCTU: no sales bar
silver. C6?6. Mexican doaiara. U.
L mtei States uovernment bonds firm; new
4's teg. IIW4: do coupons. lSK-i: K's tvg.
lira; a coupons llii; 4's rax. lll?4; f
eouKns. uyt: ?s reg. W: facino a' of 'v5
Chicago Grata and Produce.
Chicago. April la.
Fullowinj were the quotations n the
Board of Trad, today: Vtafcit-ADriL
upeuel 7?6 clo-h-d iiau; May, opened ibii.
closed f-Msc; July, opened tUfc, clo-ted 6toc
Com-April, nowiuaU closed 45c: May,
oiK-ned 4Vc closed 4 &:: July, opened tH'MS.
c.osed 4041.. Oats April, nominal, closed
i.tc: May. onod -'SJno, closed June,
o, enedihie, closed 284C Pork May, opened
t.JiU74. t-l-ed 13.27 ; July, opened
c e4 512-iO. laara fcHy, opened t&Na,
Produce: Buttei Extra crea-nery, 23 Ke per
lb; extra uairy, ltxs: fraah packing stock.
a To. Egii Froahstoclt.liujon'.llJ.ajiaVllHc per
dozen. Lave f uliry Chickens, IM per in;
turaiey. 7jtlic: ducks, Italic; seese. tl.OJii
3. 0 per dozen. PotaioesBarbaaka, fair to
choieo, iHli7u por bu-uel; Hibrous, ttoiittfc;
P. erless.itt.iU7e; niixoiLo'iitW sweet Potatoes
Illinois, common to choice, 1.7 .! per
ubL Cr.i nberrie Jerseys, Si IX) Ai M per box.
Ai'pes Fair to ehoica, -i.5J&LSJ per bbL
rtouey-Vt hue clove.-, l-.batn.tio.is. new stock,
ltP6jMc; broken C3ini), 1 l(i"6lo: dark comb.
poor packages, be; strained Calif iruia. Sic
vUMata-o laiva ncoek.
Chicago. April 10.
Live Slock-Price at til Union Stock
yaids today range 1 as follows: Hoes Esti
mated receipts for the day lS.ikU; sales fanned
at i3.7Ud.47U pU-a. S4.154t.ttl litht. ti.5Sa4.7iJ
roUih packing. $4.0it4.S. mixed, and 44. 7 Jut
4.' i heavy packing aad shipping lots.
Cattle Estimated receipts tor ths day
8,i; quotations ranged at V9U6.SJ choice
to extra shipping steers Si.4iiai.SU rood to
choice ditto, SLIM-iiASi fair to good, H.iiai.Si
common to medium ditto, S4.(Xl(t4.J batchers'
teer.4i70itJ.8 stockors, iUUtti 75 foeders.
$1.7.va).8Jcoa-s Sl ViavOJ heifers, iV)av
bulls. Vi.25Ai.7i Texas steers, anl tl.&)a.U
ve il calves.
Kheep Estimated receipts for the day
S.tuj; sale nuwod at i.uj4.7j westerns.
Si"1! Hi Texas, S&uudiJU natlvaa. aud xi.7
The Local Markets.
("ore new. 43ABC,
Hay I'Dntfit. tl119: tmltil flJAtll:
vtil.t9MU;slODgli (StS; baled. f 10.
mm axo vsexTABLSs.
Utdoaa SOe par ha.
Ba -r Fair to choice, 17c; fresh
rv to -.
Eft Frea-, 10j.
Poultry C'tucfceut. Tc; turkeys, 8c.
C.ttle Eutcl.ers rsy for corn fed ateera
4S.5 CJoa sal aelfera, ; calvts
Spring lamb SlSSfaheal.
Oral Port. Kc
Wood $4.51) ier cord.
Wool 13e per pound.
We Offer YOU A REMEDY Which
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tV-Saat av Walt or SmiiM. ea tela of wl-j
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UADfUCLD BXGGIATDB CO- AT.UUrTA.GA-
The world has never seen 6uch mar
vellous cores accomplished by any
medicine but Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The secret of its success is that it is
the best blood purilier ever produced.
It is king over all forms of scrofula,
alt rheum and all other blood diseases.
It is the only medicine of which can
be said: It CUKES by makiiijr pure,
rich red blood Itead these letters:
Saved Her Sight
Another Wonder Performed by
u My little girl Hazel Is now four years
old. Two years agveue had the grip. After
recovery her eyes grew inflamed and sup
turated. For over 7 months she had to
have her eyes bandaged and stay in a dark
room. The family doctor and an oculist
did everything possible. Bhe did not im
prove and even grew worse. At last after
six months he gave us the discouraging
opinion that the cornea of one eye wss de
stroyed And Sight Entirely Cone.
That it was doubtful If she would ever be
able to see any with the other, as the sight
wss rapidly being destroyed in that also.
Do not be induced to
I HD-TO -FOOT OUTFITS
ooiieist of One COAT.
Two Pairs of RANTS.
One CAP to Match and
a Pair of Shoes. .
AndtbeDrlceof tha - sv s . .. .
If on recall A mo do not consider thm tha
greatest bargain you ever bought for ES.OO
you can send back tbe outfit ana weexDresslv
agree to return your money.
Bend for samples of tbe cloth and full dea-
Bcrlptlon of the outfit, also for our new sating
catalogue all sent free on application.
Whnlasai Daatar an4 Laaorwr at
Wines and Liquors.
aad If IS Third Ato- '
is but ONE and
Today and that One
tell of Wonderful Cures by
We thought her dooraed to permanent
blindness. She suffered intense rain and
kept her head buried In the pillows most
01 tne lime. 11 light was admitted to the
room she would cry as if burned lrlth a
hot iron. As she was badly run down we
tnougnt oeiors continuing the treatment
we would try to build up her system and
renew her strength. We began giving Ler
Hood's SarsEparilla. She began to
and by the time she bad finished taking
the first bottle we were ablo to remove the
bandages and found that she could bear
the light and that the sight was returning,
much to our delight. Bhe took several
bottles and then was ca well as ever. It is
now a year since, and her eyes
Are Pcrmcntit!y Cured.
She can see pprfcctly, has had no signs of
any further trouble and Is in every respect
perfectly healthy. Wo have great faith in
Hood's 8arssroxilla.M V. H. Btjttes
FIELD, 1496 Hastings St., Detroit, Mich.
Salt Rheum Cured.
"Three winters ago salt rheum broke
out onmyhandsand became very trouble
some, making large sores. I saw several
doctors and tried various remedies, but all
buy any other. Insist upon having Hood's Sarsaparilla.
We come to you
If you want something
Which is good as other
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St. Rock Island, 111
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOID IVtlDE.
m a. Sr
tailed to afford much relief. A few months
ago I commenced taking Hood's Sarsapar
rilla and the trouble has entirely disap
peared." Mrs. H. W. Bushsell, Lyon
Brook, Oxford, New York.
I became poisoned With ivy. It would
break out on me, spring and fall. I had
doctors but was not relieved. It would
brook out into sores and pimples on ma
snd form scabs. If it bad not been for a
neighbor recommending Hood's Sarsapa
rilla to me I do not think a would be alive
day I used two bottles last fall and three
to his spring and it has cured me."
Francis A. Iavettk, Mishawaka, Ind.
A Baby Boy Cured.
"I have need several bottles ot Hood's
Sarsaparilla for my little boy, three year
of age, who has been troubled with ecsema
very badly. It has entirely cured him,
therefore I recommend it to all mothers
who have children suffering from eczema.
Urs. Peter A. Johkeok, Cranbuiy Sta
tion, New Jersey.
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all drug
gists, fl; six for 5. Prepared only by
C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. It poa
again offering you
at a low price we have the
makes and lower in price.
and Gas Stoves.
1603 Second Ayenne.