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I1 f Vegetable Preparation for As similating CicToodandRcgula tiijg the Stomachs and Bowels of PromotesTfeesKcm.Checrful- ness and Rest.Contains neither Opnim.Morpbine nor fliceraL Not Nab c otic. MxStnna jiiutimt Jimi I Mil . ihQuimukSdm Suatr . kmHnyrmm.'nnrm A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomdch.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish oess and Loss of Sleep. Toe Simile Signature of V TTEW YORK. ! EXACT COPT CT WRAPPER. 19 Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have yon got It? If not. consult Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists Of the Chicago Medio! Institute Permanently located io Davenport, Iow eVX .1 DB. T. M. WALSH, Totmai.y Ci'aica) Fronamlatvaof GUoifSs . 4l audlcal eoUogca, CONSULTATION FIJEE. NEBVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness, threatened . f ao'.tv, wo memory, mtntal e!ailon, or uii otiei cotujlttja ana to nai im ntuuv. iw.-u.voij cureo. CATAKitU Dyspepsia. Asthma, Bhoumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood. omlcL " "d PMl eied trjoar SMW4 Tr VARICOCELE Is the most active otiose o! nervous debility. Whv treat onth with otb&n when we froam.tM yon a rsnntoaat nn la mmb aaa far mmi n.!, !.- m.-tUodt Hydrocele cured In three rt.r.V1.i " WOMEN jufferinpf from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us - micii.i.rcni p.vm np nivpeiM. aad w may be able o enra ma Pnivical OUR CREUKN'TIALS and TeetimoYiaiii oifrr rail Tnerafrrp, do not wan time wMi otBera, but ooaralt mTat ou. k4i. yoar ot hea th. There it a .tap. in err diwaaelSt ru CM e 4 nSre ron iSad " nt' rt ."I-rfotBt '".y longer, bet cSulTSa at oSeo. eSo?I2i cff.r 11.000 to aayone pronn onr eradenttalnltihw. Wamaks It aa ohteet tem?? Uu: our. Fo ou&I aiMClalifta offix raa anah a fair -OSLT CUEABLE ntoffi?11"' HnDNKllea,lbalaI1 OFFICE 124 W. TUrd St. MoCuUough, BuUdlng, Davenport, Iowa. FOR THE FALL SEASON Wall Paper New Picture Houldinrjs Just In. Adams Wall Paper Co io. 312 aod jii TtFeatleth street SEIVEBS & ANDERSON corqrofoRS and builders. iOIkVirtanf wore scan O!ow and SbriTi 71 Twelfth atrM f 03H . MW30S. Painters and SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF IS ON THE WRAPPER OP EVERY BOTTLE OF Cartorii It mt tp la eae-tiie bottle only, ll jb act tali U balk. Doa't allow aayaos to mil yon anything cbe on ths plsa or promise that it I is lest as good" and will answer em mn jpote." - Beo thei yon get C-A-8-T-0-B-I-A. Ta bu tton yT2T . . JjL hat W0 " -sew Tra n aai DR. J. B. WALBH, Tattl. sat flb(MM ffnai 1 a ewwae BtAataoartBoitfaiL "a s T are thTh Tim'er. ''ao CASES TAKEN. - Homrst tstf.ltss.1tss. tawdaya. aS i1tloa FWU4t BO.nC ISLAWT URI A 7ABIBOS) Decorators MAI WUTBEMACEO Doubt About th Allgd Dath of tho Cuban Chief. HQ BODY I0T 80 FAB II ETTDEXCS la tan law with Major CtrJ4a, WV tka Waaalafc Trawps Wham tfc a otka BabcUiaai Waa Said ta Im Baaa KIllcA AHd Koto Writtaw kw Yaaua; Caaaaa HTaaa Sjaaaartklaaia ta 8pa1aa Clalaa. Havana, Dac. 10. Copyrlg-ht. 18M, by the Associated Preaa. The confident claims of the Spanish officials that they have abundant proof of the death of An tonio Maceo and hla young; aide. Fran cisco Gomes, son of Maximo Gomes, continue without abatement The de tails which are announced now, how ever, of the facts relied upon for the Identification of the two Cubans have caused an undercurrent of doubt In this city. Major Cirujeta, who com manded the Spanish forces In the en gagement at Punta Brava on Monday. and whose troops discovered the two bodies and save the evidence of iden tification, consented to be Interviewed on the circumstnees of the case. He said yesterday to the correspondent of the Associated Press that when the rebels were routed It waa evident that the body of the chief waa abandoned on the field. The Spanish column. without stopping to explore the field, went in hot pursuit of the insurgents and followed them for a mile or more. Meantime young; Gomes Is supposed to have committed suicide by Maceo's side. Xo Ideattfleatloa of the Bodies, While the troops were returning to Guato after the pursuit had ceased various guerrillas belonging to Major Cirujeda's command went over the field where the rout of the Insurgents had occurred, and searched the bodiea remaining there for anything of im portance. "The body of Maceo," Major Cirujeda continued, "was relieved of a ring, clothing, etc.. The guerrillas who performed the act were at the time quite unaware that the body was that of Maceo. In fact, little attention waa paid to the identity of the bodies. It was already dark on the field, and It was raining. Various other bodies were also searched." It was an adju tant, according to Major Cirujeda's fur ther statement, who Insisted that the above-mentioned body and the other lying by Its side were evidently of first- rate Importance, and that they must not thus bs left without Identification. H ratal Traataamt of taw Bod tea. "The two bodies were therefore tied by the feet to the tails of some horses. Major Cirujeda went on to relate, "and thus dragged over the ground, the Intention being to carry them to town for identification. But after proceeding for a while the hnrsra became tired with their burden and the bodies were therefore cut loose and left In the road." When the troops reached Guato Major Cirujeda proceeded to read the documents which had been found upon the bodies, and which were described In these dispatches yesterday. They included a letter addressed to "Dear Fancho" and signed "M. Go mrt;" a diary of Marco's operation from Nov. 2S to Dec. 7, and a note In pencil found on the body of the young er man, saying he died rather than abandon the body of his general, Ma ceo. LETTER FROX TOOO GOMEZ. Telia of Safe-Ms la Order to THe with His Chief Bodies Miaalag. The undershirt and socks on the body of the older man were marked with the Initials "A. M.," and a ring on the finger contained the engraved inscrip tion "Antonio y Maria." Following Is a copy of the letter written in pencil which was found on the body of the youth supposed to be Francisco Gomes: "Dear Mamma, Papa, Dear Brothers: I die at my post I did not want to abandon the body of General Maceo. and I stayed with him. I was wounded in two places, and as I did not fall into the hands of the enemy I have killed myself. I am dying. I die pleased at being in the defence of the Cuban cause. I await for you In the other world. Tour Ron. FRANCISCO GOMEZ. "Friends or Foes: Please transmit to its destination aa requested by one dead." After reading these documents. Major Cirujeda says, he became convinced that the bodies which his troops had abandoned were those of Antonio Ma ceo and young Gomes. But it was then too late to return and recover them. Major Cirujeda, however, expresses the firm conviction that they were those of Maceo and Gomes son. With the in surgents In the battle. Major Cirujeda says, was a beautiful amaxon about 22 years of age, who urged the rebels "a la ajachete." Major Cirujeda has taken charge of the objects found on the body said to be that of Maceo for further examination. Th 1 were a gold watch, a splendid pair oi cuff buttons made by Moreau Torin, Paris, wltn five-pointed stars on them, and inclosed in a leather case a hunting knife with an ebony handle and gold mounted, and a good water proor coat It is thus seen that there has been no actual identification of the bodies themselves, the conviction aa to Identi ty resting upon the evidence of docu ments and articles found upon them. There Is no doubt, however, of the as surance of the general public here that Maceo is dead. It is pointed oat that he met his death in a manner similar to that of Jos Marti and Zaqaa. Major Cirujeda telegraphed to head quarters that after the battle at Punta Hrava he had been obliged to abandon the bodies. The Insurgents upon noting the small force of the reconnoiterlng party rushed in with a large number on the troops and succeeded ta carrying away the body said to me Maceo s, but without securing any of the Jewels and papers which had been found upon It. Major Cirnjeda In order not to abandon his dead and wounded waa compelled to return to Punta Brava. Hay !ot Bo Xaceos Body. Chicago. Dec 10. Cuban leaders at New York. Key West and Tampa, Fla, ana outer aotnu scout the idea that Ma. ceo at dead. A special to the New Tork World from Key West says: -Private Havana advices flatly deny the ffirL,J2 iwmt tu niyaicmi inv vaa ril el t X Maceo's lontM In crossing the trortta I Between two fpanisn rorta near Cartas without losing man." EVIDENCE OF A CONSPIRACY Blvea la Caart la taw " iiibi -wfc Caw - aaarkwya Bacaaw rtaaU a. Pan Francisco, Ic. 10. The legal contest between Sharkey and Fitalm- mons for the poasesslcn of the tlt.coe purse has commenced before the su perior court. "Australian Billy" Smith, one of Sharkey'a trainers, waa th wit ness. He said that when the question of selecting a referee was mooted In Sharkey's quarters he waa asked to suggest a referee. Witness suggested Hiram Cook, and Lynch then asked him if he knew Cook well enough "to talk business with him." Afterwards witness said Lynch characterised Cook as "no good," because he "would not favor his own brother in a fight." On the evening of the fight Sharkey told witness that fcarp had been fixed as referee and that "Earp was all right." itness nM that when FiUslmmons objected to the bandages on Sharkey's hand Earp went over to Sharkey's corner and said: "Take off those cloths. it will be all rtrht anyway;" when Sharkey received the knock out blow on the jaw in the eighth round Lynch aaid to Sharkey "Lie low, hold your hands on your groin and pretend to faint with pain." Allen, another trainer. removed Sharkey'a bandages and did the work which caused the swelling. George Allen, another of Sharkey's trainers, corroborated the story of the previous witness, adding that several physicians were refused admittance when Kharkey was undergoing the op eration with which Allen produced the evidence of a foul. Dan J. Lynch, Sharkey's manager and backer, made the following state ment last nizht to the Associated Press: "Mr. Sharkey desires all his friends, and especially these in the east, to suspend Judgment on the story told today in court by Australian Billy Smith until Sharkey can be heard on the stand. The fact of the matter Is that Smith perjured himself, and we will prosecute him for perjury when the present trial Is over. MARRIAGE OF LUCY UHU Daaghtor af Oar Aaatiwdor to Oeraiaay Bkhmii a Wife, Berlin, Dec. 10. Miss Lucy till. daughter of the United States ambas sador. Edwin F. Uhl, was married yes terday afternoon to Professor Guy Thompson, of Tale university. The civil ceremony took place In the afternoon and the religious ceremony was cele brated at the bride's house at 7 o'clock last evening. I -Titers were received from President and Mrs. Cleveland, and from the Imperial household, regretting inability to be present at the cere monies. John B. Jarkron. secretary of the United States embassy, and Mrs. Jack son entertained the newly married pair at a breakfast today, and Mr. and Mrs, Thompson afterwards started on their wedding trip. Their destination has been kept strictly secret even from the parents of the bride. MRS. M'KINLEY TO VISIT CHICAGO. Sae Goes There for Beat Bad Chaago af see aw aad Uoea A I one. Canton. O . Dee. 10. Mrs. MrRinW will leave Canton for the first time for several months, going to Chics 20 this evenlne?. She will be the imeat r o.n. tain and Mrs. Lafayette McWilllams at their 141 ke avenue home In Chicago. Mrs. Mc Williams who, before her marriage, was Mies Goodman nf f m nf.n l of Mrs. MrKlnlcy, and with her hnahamt nns frequently entertained the MchUa lcys at her Chicago home. It Is not known how long the visit In Chicago will continue, but It possibly will oe lor a wee a or so. Mrs. MrKlnlcy goes for rest and change of scene, fhe has been at Canton all mtnnw. mnA it 1- honedthe visit will be beneficial to her. Major MrKlnlcy will remain at Canton during Mrs. MrKinley's absence. CoL MeClare Semt-reatennlal, Philadelphia, Dec. 10. Eminent pub lic men from many cities sat around the board at the Hotel Walton last night and did honor to Colonel Alexan der K. McClure. editor of The Times, who yesterday completed his fiftieth year In Journalism. Uovernor Hast ings presided and the event was made notable by the presence of Vice Presi dent Adlai E. Stevenson. Major General Miles, commodore Melville and many congressmen and senators. The news paper world was represented by a large out-or-town contingent. Big Parking Cosapaay Aasigaa. Pueblo. Colo.. Dec 10. The Andrews Packing company, one of the oldest and most successful slaughterers and Job bers of fresh and cured meats In this section, filed a general deed of assign ment for the benefit of all its creditors yesterday. No schedule of assets or liabilities was appended, but It is esti mated that the liabilities will approxi mate 1200.000. The property assigned will. It is said, with proper handling, pay an aenis ana leave a surplus. 2wy Aaaaaala la Mlseearl. CarroUtun. Dac 10. At ManderiUe. fif teen miles northwest of here. Cliff Simp son. 20 years old, stabbed and dangerously It not fatally wounded his teacher, Clar ence Campbell, became tho latter chastised him. Aa Alleged Fart A boat All Canton. O.. Dec. 10. Allison will he secretary of state in McKlnley's cabi net. This may be set down as a fact- It Is declared on good authority that McKinley has picked him out for that position. 100) Beward tow. TV. reader ef Vu piper will be learn that tarn is at kaat eas cteat! di ease that science ate area able as rare la all 1t Mafe. a that Li catirrk. Bail a Catarrh Car Is the eery parti vacate taewa to las fraternity. Cats rfe ottag a eooattsetlcael 4- caoo, ws res a cacatt-arnool treat steat. Hebe ICat'irhCBieistatea lataraaly. scttef eboerjy ipoa tae nooa eaa aatoai sarnees of tba ay. iea. Urrebf C na aj tag aba fisssslliis ef the tree, aad itrlsg the asneat tmi th bt ben. iacnpttcaettrattoa sad as-Uttag eaters Is eerar rt work. The terileaja save so sjatb MiBtatwaanriaBwtaj.iBal tker aar Oae Baadred Dollars lor Say ease fast K fail a) case. teed for Met if wa'lsaaslile. Address. r.J.CMI9STAC3..Tetse.o. Baal by annate, TSc - IIELD UP T TOWV. i Boldest Train Robbery on Record Even in Missouri. asm: tee ukxts or sr. louij, Aad as Earty as t:M p. the Iran Maaatasa Esi the fataa wtatlea. lai wMh All the PN otiose AJeer It, a Loag Way. rieeabli. St Louta. Dee. 10. The f ma Moantala fast express train, outgoing, was ae'.d up one mile from the fnloa station, within the city limits, last night at t:M by six masked men. One ef the men stood la the center ef the track and waved a red lantern, signifying that danger was ahead. The engineer stopped the train, and no a-wrier had be done so than two masked men Jumped oa the engine cab, aad present ing revolvers told him to bold the en gine still en paia of death. Two of the other robbers made for the ex press car, while the remaining two stood guard outside. In leas than fifteen minutes the whole thing wae over and the conductor hastened to the nearest telephone and notified the po lice. As soorj aa the matter was re ported at the Central station waa r tective on hand was called Into service and under Instructions from Chief of Detectives Desmond sent out on the The conductor telephoned In a description of the men aa near as be could, but owing to the fact tliat they all wore masks It waa but meagre. No Koaal far -Xerre." Esva -ta Muss are," Word was sent to every polk officer on duty In the city to be oa the lookout fur suspicious characters. Officers off duty were called In and sent out to search every tough resort In the city where thieves are known to hang out. The mbliers had planned well the Job. for within two minutes after finishing It they had disappeared from vsmt and were Inst In the crowds of the city. For boldness the robbery has r.o equal in the annals of train b.ild-upe In Mis souri. It Is believed by the police that the three men who recently entered the office of the Home Brewing company In broad daylight and bound and gagged the office employ and a-nt away with 11.000. were leaders la this Job. Tt.nal.aid to BP! the Meaearar. The two robbers who went to the ex press car demanded admittance. Rx- Messenger W. J. Kxaa refused to let them In. They threatened to kill him If he did not. and this failing they placed a stick rf dynamite at the car door and blew It to pieces and badly shattered one side ef the car. Fortu nately Mt waa a through car. and the money waa la a time-locked safe. Find ing It useless to try to Mow this open the robbers Jumped off and notified thHr cnmpanlona on the engine that they had failed to get anything. Conductor William Hall came forward to find oat what was the matter. He was snot by one of the thieves, who pointed a re volver at bis head ordered Mm to go back on the train. The robbers then left and Engineer William Green start ed on. At Jefferson Barracks Express Messenger Egsn said the Partite Ex press company had l'-st nothing. raaasaawes taTeee Sat fAoataetjed. "Had It been a Vocal Instead of a through train." he said, "t her might have secured some booty, but the through cars always carry burglar-proof time- lock safes." The thieves finding they could get nothing left and Engineer Wlllam Green pulled out at full speed. The place where the robbery ocurred was at the Bates street crossing. There Is a deep cut there and the noise of the exploding dynamite was smothered by the cliffs at each side of the track. The passengers on the train were In no way disturbed, and Itw as half an hour before any one realised what had happened. THE MARKETS. Mew York rtaaaaL Krw YoBK. IW.I. Money oa call was easy at t per rrat.i prime mercantile paper . per root,; ster ling exebaaaw waa raster, with actual bap. ta bankers' trill at w ( - for demand and I!' for sixty day; posted r&tra. M-iMV4 and tsrstSTH: coaimen-taJ Uila, Milrer rarttftrauM. sales K.ho ay: bar ailrer. ev: Mrairaa duUars, l Bitad mates go.eruumut bue" Una: 11 rewKterert. 11;4; d. eoapnaa, I3: S'a rrg- t-tereq. iuu; no. fmn eta. 11 : 1 revfwer.4. so: a .. eoniioaa. ma; za rrgtxtetwd. ra: la. nor a 0 or sat. Chicago Oram aad tTsdaso, ('sjitaoo. Dae. S Following were tVe qntterone oa the Hoard or Trade tndar: Wheat - Uei m W. opened !-. rtooal Jrar; May. opened , closed Tvr: July. npead nominal, t .t iir. lorn lasremisr. opened aad etoaM nnmlnal: Jannary. opened aad rlna-d anealnaJ May. opened is-. rM !Sr. lata Urn mber. upenc I ITTon. rlnaod tThr: Jannarr. os -aed ana rmiea nnamai: Slay opened X '. Insert zlie. Pork Ikwwmber. mmaed and rl-w-d nomnl: January, opeoed client S. SI. I.ard KaremVr. npsnel end rard n tntnai; January, op.-ne( tl."7a. r-d $. K'a. Pmdnea: Hotter-Extra r riaiaei 1. 9r nor lb; extra dairy. is -. free packing st-e-k. st-Bljr. Ee-aw-Frroli slurs. 2So per do. Fimltry-Tnrtreya. smr par 11 ralrheaa, ihensi. '-: onrtng ehirkena. 0r-: r - tra. 4c. darks, pa Mr; sown. fwSr. pa- tatnra-Burfcenka. xatMc per be: U-Urm. Havei. potatose liUaeaa. f 1 I 3t per bht. Htsey Wbit earner luetlfc p.- Il: extracted, aft'e. Applea-taaavja to faay. Caleage Lira Mark. CWKunn. low 9 Live Mnrk Prtras at tae Inlm yards today ran red aa folio wa: ll.- Evt- mated reaelpts for tfe. day. St ; sale. ran ret at SirVtva l nn a9irj bvttt fcLOKYlU roes par sins. VLSr.l Used, and fXbU&Sei heavy pai-baig add atu.aa: Iota raeeo aad Laaaha rXtrawted receipts for the day. 14. W; saJaa raeced at 9S3hmzil writ ers. jMavina Tesaoa, aauraa and a- yds tiaf r r The Hay-tlawttay. ta! wlatf l P 1 at ass, sow rwr Fear at tsiiss, Mt fiesb Mm fiBBta, las, Caicasas Sr Tryo-Taejol. SB aatsaja. ae)tSt aalssa, 9 Children Cry for Pltchcro Ccstsrla. press a sine noea lantoas tae Ka- eesa aafrty Away uesae Osal nrV, yaa, tatils geirboaj Set eows OdwS. ssnT IbJ m cuntco;i5TiPATio;i oWoadbaatwtrMw, arrra Ut tt IMVDRAXCK. IToeft Ck Dctjonn Insurance Agents. Fire the fatkes-aur steareter Bt'siae tae Os.. Wasuarawa Firs .. aSale O.raaa SsrtBC O eaa reeeB4rCwaawaJ, oaka fCejf CBJ4 ....P-f ala, U 1 ....... Fb)moiIiu - Keorta. Ill tl areaee lor. P u Oenaae Flea at ia Its MaSMbwe .amKMB. a it OBVw earaar ElghtasJitJi atre sad awft-M aoenne, 1 Teleptaa 104.7. J r,1, DUFORD. General Insurance Agent. rbeed FV eadTleie tried LesSwiPrsaptly Pill aabMreeeay rlH)e lsens.e. Colona Sand Stone Quarries ttmti fesHSn tt9ne, Ashlar atid trimmlrt;: t tptclwJty. a For eararriees, daiabilltj aad beaate axoe.led tarns. Ttii stone doe not wash or color the wall sriUi alksJL ata Pleat sect for esUmttea wlU reoeive careful attanttaa aad te returpod protsptlf at our expeaae. Qaarries IS miles 'rota Rook Island ca the C.. Ji. A g. K. ft. Trains Nos. ft aad 10 will step and let visitor, off aad oa. Ertdss stone, eont cri. tlseks and feundttfea itone tny size ttstlred. Sample of 8 tons and Pkototot Bulldlara eaa be sees at Rtra Ko. 12. iditoacU A Lade't build Inf. Address: Arthur Burrall, maDager, Rock Island or Colcna, 111. a star Reldy Bros. Real Estate. Insurance and Leans Room 4, Mltctell 4b Irw4e b'w Fala, t00t. REMOVAL GET TUK !1 Plonblns. Heat!ag. Gas Fitting, Sewer Pipe AB Work Ouaiwataed. ll.l TWZD AVEEUf FA & J OWa Fear Ksaat sad JRoas faaarat. CATHARTIC I: oreraelaeal laaa. .. Ohm. iMIeM. 7.. or BatMeifl reaaluk a mm aeo a nx, Bi , in A tti VP Le.Ha tsUlLO. "awia aa, rooB ut-airp a pacrrt fl , T' r. ! eon M nee.4. m fags frati K lllr tem hhi: eweoi eootS r eVr oort or Pi ft eramie aad fpy seat eawljraia it. fmtuaoi. arwnt. 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Ueuverj I d For. -aot vim Clea,- e a 1 aa "tieiuT" !ial 2a a'uatf Qatcaao. suLwai cr.a trr. rsvt, ka.lwaf-Haee.. a mfcwefcan tfH-.Hmw -rwaa Vweattotc wa.a, aatawao rtsst ant raaMHi eMboes. L. 9X. l.at. aai. TUAfFS. learn ' aa i pa -n aa Uali eat tciieom... taui Sco ... Prolr'rt and acoaneioilat'a. Dally eaoapt aaseay. W'Ta 11 : lwa Doca Uuira a I'evata Ran way e t e sea ama ot.ee. V. Ueat(.arata. Faalwa. kastwfi t. "Toe l r'i'l'if i i.a mLuoi. Pali la.., Soaa. .4. .. . .. . . m ...... m atiame, Ft.arat . . snil Hi w ern Aveaa . . ' asc jBoflattna . . 4 rt I- See-iriai'alaliiiB . . iotfi " "imi' Mm Aaaivs llw'tas !' )ir U It am iaj am t an m Si ne tie. am t aa. t-jiiji aaxanl eaoes! at pa. JaawSw o.Mie.r eae kJ aa - leeoM.r-e trains taeae (1.11 F. (,Hne d jas w BiiuitM oarltor tnae time o. I'.oim aarka e aalw, ail Slbar ttalaf rU. acaia Be:aa B Pm'toeii ka!ta-a. l.oa or at.-- A TVti aa.vs t Asera inajtiiu staa s'rti' . . . 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