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VOL. XLV. HO, 291 ROCK I8LA17D, ILL THUS SD AT, SEPTEMBER 30 1897. FRIC3 THRK1 CSTTI, ROOK .11 Spain la Again in Need of That Indispensable Article of Gov ernmental Furniture. AZCAESAGA'3 1HNI3TEY EE3IG53, l-eavlnc the FleM In All Pennnhllity to the LiberaL 1'nilcr Srnor.KtgiiMa Was the :r-trtl )!:iM-uing ami Diplomat Arc Not Virrlrtt I I In-ml (kivrranirnt Likely To l!e a I.immI Tiling f.r the ulmn i-lel, U,mI for Vrylrr. Madrid. F. pt. TA The Spanish cabin' t ha resigned. The qu'-en has accepted the rnUnfs rwlprotl' r. tut has ask. d ier.'ral AziarraR.i to cr.Ur.uo in ollice lirtil a solution f Hi?. crisis is found. ll r majesty will summe.n the 1-attars cf Ihe various parti'-s nr. ! the presidents f the chambers b.dny to consult as to the situation. S. r. r Sagata has been t'li-graphe-d for. an! It is h. lieved that t!ie LiU-ral a J r wiii I.- a.-l:..d to form a rnl !rt. The ri:i:ii-;ry liot-o rrstgr.a. t ' ii l-us Just ! . :i rt.t.,.,ti-,-fd had Oi-n- ' ul Mure i ll. i M.in! t.-r fi 11 .zi .irr.n-.i for prime Slates M i.S-tir Wood-tu-m (ii., j the frosl I" !! it l.t.a conference !!. i;! V.' nlfi.nl ire- ! f r.l. Ih- I-:;! ' "I t . f the t, st -rday. ar.d ', p. tiled to (I, r.i I'll IX i f th- l"t fV. Ir.g to t'-'. I-,: ' I niir parlors Ikivi Az- r.r rasa the r.nm 1 St;il a legation, ir- 1 it'.- th Cut an b- i n I : f.i.r.i d. Nol H Slirj il..- ut V. 1-lii.iti.n. Vr.'-lili Kt. n. ' pt. r i.-Th.. rnvvs cf t'te Kpanl-ii i r.i. it.- i , . n,..t i,e raid t'i hive i in:.-.. I Mirprbc a:v..i,i; the otli- i:i Is if tin- M it.- ill .r: i in:, r.t, r.r umcng tin- rritiil,ct. ,,f th,' i!i,!.'irr:tic rnrps in V.'ai'I'irt'tnti. As to hnt Is to f. llnw tliH rfcrr.C.T. t tho ruiin, t ollkials ' ''' I ! iy in !': i!:ii'k. S-rre- l !ty Siu i:i .ai ci, i-: t I :u-vp that it will ni.'ii. ii;i'!y ,( t!i" t.hitiiT.'i f S-i'alti ill:, r (" t!m fnit.,1 S::itiF. i.r to ' i ' -1 . !il-ii r. f. ir.'M .tf tin cx t.itii.i. , n 1-: , ,i n, v. l:i n th'-rali-lf t . r. i ';-m iv. .1 It oi l f..ur.i Xn i,P i f a I Vrt-. t VMliv v. (h t!i "Mrr 1 i r -1 l;'.:h i (o.'i.iiv ir. th," aihr.ir!,--ti a:l- n . : that n l.il.. ral . h , t lir.l.T !!:. !'".!i r.-;;:r i.f tl:,. v. I.itm S.-i-F" ,:1 vII1 1.t. it. it, ,l ,n th,- rv'.n f t. Ai:.arrac;i ral i:.-t. 1 r tiii- v!.. u'l 1 . th- f!'ff 1h h'M t'i In fun ,f 1 roniiyc f, r Cul -i. Ulnit I),.. Il; !i'l:i:i'i Tlilnk. Awonir th" dvimnn t i.- i-flh-hUs the r- KU-r.at!' i, ..f th,. Si.at.ish . a!'ini-t cx- .!'.! tl." I;-- ::".t it ti r. ,-t a;i,: Wlls tho tlii. f t. ti.r.'it'-'i.int t'.if i vi'tiim:. Tin-I'uri-h tnlri .t,-r u-rt et l,i, k f..r J.. ti" n " n t an hour 1.. f r. th" llr-,t v.. rd i.f th" r -.it! .n !nl l.-. n r.--r. Ivi 'l. Thr nrii '-tt v. it v:im r xjihiir.i'il ly il!-tomat:.- oiih it? ontir.-ly famlll.-ir v !t'i th" f:n t. )s C.'ris'.t-v.itiv" tlinuii;h- ot. It vph i iii.s. n tift'-r t'i" a:T:fr'ina. ti n 4 f C.iii.v:i .inl ji r. irnnlfd n a tit;:M!nnr it tho rnovas nxin-.f. At ih" linv of its l.-i tli n it vat nin t i.-r. 1 t -iiporn: y. as tho nu""n r ct-.t vtiti'.ti at .-'.in Sol'tutl.in without that : nr. of full roiif. roiii " with li-a-l-Pi!' :' Vr.z th" 1 ii'Ur (f tho njiposi 1' v.. - ii u t.'1-..w .i...... ,.n ti... foruiatl. n of ii i ir:,i". t. I' t this roiiMon tho r.slc .r , sr.. r.i t f-ntinly unrx po.'ti.l. n!;h ii'.-ii Ho y r not cr.r.Fid rr.'.l It:: .:,. :.t t thi-t t:n-.: Tliii'l. v-v.tMii IIm- imiiIiii; Mun. A Ftr. r- i.i.ir . ',.n rr- vail? In I!p 1' Hint'." i . : t' it s. i:.t Sii-'iistn. the rutin, nt I.'i . :-..l i, r, 1... t all.-.I to f. rm a i.i'.i, t. Tl... O. rf.-rvativra havo n r aj il y I t t'v . .-rt.-s at thll titii.-. p.. thai ii-.. f. :i: ...t ,,,, ,,f a s.iirasta ral'lr-t v sj i ., ;ut, n f tho i-..-t. . fi-rl r.r a; ; .il to tho coun try. Th, i .- i- s-.'i.l t 1 1 it: . ,1 ,i,i,t tn.lt tills .iui,l r.-u't it: tit" ftitin .f a h.avy I.il.i r.il ir:.J.-rity. I t l. :h. rlT ! S-a-Mst.i , r ar. r tl, to rtail Import. iot i t I'ul.ar. polii . Til.- , r. -'o.n nn a hit. i r rr,-. - ral Wiyl. r nr'l r. fno rosliri.at i' n. r.lt: 'in: !-. a at M.i.ir' I h:' .-.! iv. . y. Tho h. 1 . f S -. i.-ui'ii .:. it is i-.r.i. l i "tire" 1-4 f, it t-iti'.rs en th : r.-iniMry has ; . rtiru Hon i a.-,-, j t hi--ii 1- tn, nt tv 1 rii t t "'. U v. t,r. Kayall sal th food parr. aclcaomc o J dclUlau. POWDSR Absolutely Purd O.At IWM POOC CO., Itt TOOK. kEW CABINET WAHTED V ' J . T f .4 PI , General Wey'er. arc! a rr.ater!al mcdl J f cation of the crrs-ive policy In Cuba. In. r Fight. St. Louis, Sept. 35. This morning rhai th Jdsd lain f il! trm r -b whet the minors at E Iwai djville. III.. ere Roinp to work they were attacked by a roob ot strikers, t-pged on by woman sympathizers. 1'he strikers thr. w stonts, cajenne ptpper and boat their opponents wita c'ubs. Occ minor had hs pkcll crusbud and a cumber ol others were cut and bruire-d. II wton U.-l t l) tnoc rr. Botton. topt. 30. Tho soli demo, crate aie ho?d;rg a convention to nnm Dito ctadtda'es for state efficers Tt e currency plank in the platform insists cn the mnintcnanro of the resent pold standard and rraflirms tte position of Jtffiraon and Cleve land, acd in other paragraphs de clares for tariff for revenue only and the txteoiiion cf civil rcvice rt-form to all posicfiicra and consular ser vice. An t'od-r .tandit-K. Pjris, Sept. 30 A St. Petersburg cpocial cava Russia U about to roacn an understanding with the United Statcn with a view to arresting the extension of the British empire in the I' exilic Afghan mission, and secured a prcmisa of Uust-iun support if (Jnat H-itain encroaches on AmcerV lerriiory. f'hrrntia St.xt. Lincoln, Neb , Sept. 30 Choy. enno was feltcw d as the next m;et ino; place of th9 Irrigation congros. The national exocutivo committee chosen includ-n K. A. Park, of Illi. n:jis;J. K. JMcCutchcon of Michi gan, and M'.t D-ovgberty, of Ne braska. Tli Ye. I iw Fever. Kdwar.is, Mi-is., Sopt. 30. Two new cases of vt-llo-w finer today. Jackson, Mt:" , Sort. 30. Clinton, 10 miles Ci4tant, reports seven fovcr cases. New Orleans, Sept. 3). Mits An nie lluphos. if Ulinniri, died at Biloxi of ye'.lcw fovcr this morning. n.i.trnai Flro Is. Havana, Sept. "0. l'loi ds in the western provinces l ave caused the cnliro tusp -nsion i f r.peratiocs in that portion if the i-Nt..!, manv hav ing been drow ned and much prop erty destroyed. There is a prent scarcity of food, bet f being tl a pound and tnilk 50 cents a quart. f.n:2, r . i.-fi-rs. Chicngc-Sopt, 30 Dr. AUp rt resumed ite s'nr.'I ia the LTi. tert trinl tfday. H cSimr-d the bones idcLtili-d by l).'rpy for tho state ks pnrt r-f a huuian being, were from Mjtiio lower aui:a?l. ftrmi tl t ;tt-l. Vahirgton, S:-pt. SO Kiro at the power tn:ion rf the Capital Traction onnitinn v i!St ti ii: il t ciu'nl a Jims of &7.M1 0 10. I'nr--os nif.r,iilo r. 1,jmT. ing the cr.rs u d ti 1 the par.t can ii opened. Iv-li r-j DPi.ii,.r. Vt'af hini'ton. Sept. ;0 Tue presi dent sppolrtod ex-Congres-iman Townsecd. ef Colored. , to sococ-d lii'gore, a judge of the soMhcrn district of the Jruiia-i territory. Hottlrmfiit l'rchtil . Madrid, Srpt. 30. It is rumored that the government hs received a communication frrra the loader of the Cuban ir.snrenH su:r?ostin a btieis ef settlement. I'roMnitlnl Pur ArrtTfs. Washington. Sept. 30 Tho TTCf.i dential prty arrived this tntm'rg Soretary hen an ra"ed ni the White II lose, p-sunibiy to iliittus Spanish ca'j!n t olfjirs. Wealthy Mm Nnirin- s. Newton, Iowa, Sept. 30. Charles II. Parker, Jr., a wealthy firmer, suicided by jumping in a deep well. His only daughter was to have becD married today. Ilryan T itli tr :! I i-riaturs. :;,!.. s-;t sc. The f.-aturc at tht i p' r..:, tin- aft -rn.H.n s-s- ti.-. Itr.- C'. i: ;r..--s vsr the f I!.-r. V". J. l'.ryan. lto ,x : r.tt'. l is r. -Tft that he was utial.le to att-nil a r- r.;:ri-si tho pri ,'-.-.:ir.Ks cf which, however t'ohtii.al. could n.-vi-r ho ijry. i'.tyan Fa'.l h-.- was ir.ur-est.-'l in tho sui'loot of Irri-ratinn as it., i i r.ta! to his inter. t in the qr.-at ar.J srowir.5 weft. 3!o was nj-pu;-d to tutnir.ir r larro Looks of land to corpMjct.'.rs ,'..r;r. iini; water rights, ttr.los? sr.f'-Kuard v.e:-.- ti-.rown arr;:nd Iho transai-tion to protect small holder; f Irrtcah'o h.n.ts. Williolm Arrtifcril t,y Sitrr. London. Sopt. IHtiinB the course cf a lecture whiih she delivered on Monday at Xitm-at :r, tVarwi. kh!re, Mri OrmlniKtrn Chart, the social re former w ho went to Grec? w ith a par ty of nurses duriaj t'.ie war between that country ar.d Turkey, faid that the crown prini-rss if ilreeoe. IVinm-sf Sophia cf I'rus.--ia. had told her (Mrs. Chant) that the v.crst and most cru"l foe of Greece was r.ot the sultan ef Turkey, nor the Turks, but it was her own brother. Kmperor William cf Ger many. The proper way to build health is to make the blood rich and pure bv taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the one true blood purifier. Arnold' Brorao Celery cures head, aches; 10. So and 60 cents. Keifs' dru" store. WHEN EXPERTS DIFFER What Will the Jury in the Luet gert Wife-Murder Case Bs Likely to Decide? DORSET'S B01TE0LCGY ASSAILED. What lie Claimed To He from a Woman Ir. A 1 1 port Is Positive Is from a Hoe A-tual Experiments Show That the I'art cf tho li,.no Produced by the State 1 IloKtroyed in the Vat Prat Long's Iniportaal anil Inten-itini; Testimony. Chioajro. Sept. 20. Hog cr human? Thii is the i-sue in the Luttrert case at prvstr.t. The dofErre proved yesterday that the Lone which Dr. Dorsty, the CFtnUpift of the Columbian museum, declared was the femur of a human be ir.", cf a w.,n.ar.. and of a woman deli cate in ihysira! structure, as was Mrs. Lit. :;.: rt, is rothir? but the bor.e of a h-)S- It can e f.-,,m a hr-sj cf delicate or-F-niat; r.. so yaid the expert fr the de fvr.'", but it w as notfcit gr but hopr, for all that. The f-.n:ur wrs rather small for the tiFual run cf h. r;.--, but this was a sm.ill-l.onrd hop, and thi re was no d'.ubt cf the origin of the bore. The witr.tFs- who de-lared all this fur the de fer.?e was Dr. W. II. Allpert, prof--F?or cf d. !eri;.;:ve p.rd n.mr ayative anatomy in the .N-.rth western Cnlvrsity. M ;iu V.-ry I'.isiiivo V. itn.. Ho declared in th? mo?: positive man ner that the fvnur was that i.f a hip. anl that th ro was no c-iiaro- cf his bo il.?. mistakT in the n:;itu-r. Iir. Dor?, y. who d.olitr.-d f ,r the state that he fe mur v.as that of a woman, was in the court room whr r Dr. Aiiport was on the ftand. and his fuce Hushed when the ex pert for the defense d larril that tho bono carr.e from a ho:?. He will take the Ftnrd when tho time comes for the state to of;, r its evlder.ee in rebuttal and insist to the jury that the frmur Is not that cf a horr b'Jt of a human li -ii?, rf awoman, and of a woman of delicate phvsical or panizatirr. The declaration of Allpnrt clearly defines the issue between himself and Dorse y. Thy are the respective I.ad'rir er,orts i.f the d-f, nso ar.d prcs-er-utt'.n. Hotli pride themselves upon their r.-T iit.itior.s, and a battle royal will be the r.niit. Ilinw s I'ictnros or the Honrs. Dr. Aiiport drew pictures cf what he faid r. presented the human f,mur ar.d the hos's f.-mur. and explained to the jury the difference between them. The difference was principally in the socket of the hip Joint, according to the wit re??. He declared that the knob, or" Joint, end of the femur in evidence was much smaller than that cf the av.-rr.Ke person, and that undoubtedly the bone was the femur cf a small-bene.1 hog. AlltTort t-h: be cross-examined after the; has testified further conerrnirtfrme taear prJ. s-yamcrd and temporal bonva Previous to Allporfs testimony Profes sor J. A. 'Vc:?rer pave ryidoneo in nip port rf Dr. Ib i.--e-3 testimony in conno lion with the experitw, nts with human bodies made in the vntr In the Ltn tsrort fact, ry early in the present me.nth. His t"-timi ry was cf a ei rr; Ik rative ehar-c.-t, r. rnss-KaminatloTi of Ttol-io. T)r. n.:r.-e was cross-examine-1 ard the state trot little satisfaction from him. He admitted that nn little bore of the d"f. use miuht have been subjected to the action of a solution of potash, but as to the others ri.-elnivd his belief that they had never been. II,. believed as he did as the result of a hurrlr. d or so ox prrirre rts ho had mmi" tr ascertain foots cf tUH kind. Ho showed that in his artit.il experiment.? not by inference like the nil. frf-i boi'inc: rf Mrs. Luet-R.-rf? body the very parts or the bon s that the state introduced vrere the parts that wi re eiirsolvoe! the ords. the artie til.itiors. The l.rro he admitted micht have be'n subjected to a potash solution was a motnrnrp.il bono, but he said It was not such a solution ns the Lu.t pert vat contained. Tlie s'ate ha. a rih with the articulation oompleto. and this bene r.eis declared had never been in such a s, lutien. NO Til MAN ri.O.l POI ND. rrof. I nn; Mnl.es Hot. . In a Couple of tho Clniin r tUf l'nwerution. Professor J. hn II. Lonsr, of the North western unive rsity, took the stand. His silvered hair, well trimmed ln-ard. and learned countenance made him a strik ing figure. He had assisted at the dis solution of two human corpses in the Lu- tRort vat. II i testimony at first was corroborative cf that cf Dr. i:i"se. He was asked: "What was the charac ter of the li.iui.l which was left after that experiment?" For reply the eXTie-rt stopped t the lawyers" table. He picked up a larce bottle containing a light col ored lluid with a slicht foam upon the top of it. He stepped back te the stand. "This." he said, 'holding aloft the bottle, "contains a specimen of the liiiuid which i was taken from the vat after the body I V. 1 I , - . .... I'-.tu iinoit-ieu i-ir inne anu cne- nau noui-s. The exi'ert took up another ef those loni? necked cofflna "This bottle," he said, "contains the liquid which was taken from the vat on Sunday morninir after the hose had lieen turned into the vat for ten hours." other bottles were exhibited containing lieiuid taken at various stages cf tho experiment. All were cf the same licht color. They looked like weak tea. as Dr. Kiese had stated. The solution was totally dif ferent In color, accordingly, from the brownish red liquid which the police officers had taken from the factory vat. '"State whether you believe such a liquid as you received from Professor Delafontaine could have come from the destruction of a human body." The answer was an emphatic "No." After Professor LonK had given the Jury a long and technical explanation cf spectrums obtained from the state's vat fluid he was asked to explain the making of soft soap, which he did ar.d stated that as the result of an incom plete action of the alkali "There would be a mass of soft soap and divided fats." The attorney was citing circumstances which the defense: claims are ba.rilli-J to those attending Lueta:?rt's allejred unsuccessful r.ttempt to mr.ke soft soap the nlsrht of May 1. The witness add --1 that the resulting liquid would resemble that produced by the state. Then came the contradiction of one sf the state's stronp points. The state f'-und aluminium In the licjuid, and ascribed it to th? aluminium plate ot Mrs.-Luetgert'3 false teth. Trofessor Long said the potash itself and othT Ingredients contain aluminium. It would be possible to make six sueh aluminium I-Iates from I'TS pgitnds cf potash. He rxiid it would bev was imp. s:-ibie to bring the liquid in the vat to a boiling peint at Luetg"rt's factory. The court leaned towarel ar.d tiok a h.3nd in the examination. He intimated that he believed after the t or.necting pipes became well heated it would be possible to reach at least the boiling point. "Is your honor testifjSng in this case?" demanded Attorney Vincent, while the spectator? laughed: "Xo, I am not." replied the court, with considerable spirit. "I am talking to you." The lawyer took exception to the court's remark, but was overruled. The next strons point made was w hen tho professor asserted that the liquM in which the defense had actually boiled a human body showed r.o traces of alkaline hematin, which would have Indicated the presence of human blood. Professor Delafontaine had s.vorn for the state that he had found traces of alkaline hematin in the original vat polution. The defense wanted to prove this by the spectroscope, but the judge would not permit it to lie dene. IN THE YELLOW JACK REGION. New Orleans Ttriioi-ts Five Heaths and Tweiity-I'ivc New Case. New Orleans, Sept. SO. The board of health of the state of Louisiana officially announces the status of affairs in New Orleans as rerards ytllcw fevtr to be as fcliows: During the twenty-four hours ended Sept. 23, at 9 p. m., there were Cas.-s of yellow fever, 25: deaths, 4; total cas s of yellow fever to date, 'M; totil deaths. 15. Outside of the above Pierre Poublano. a Frenchman, died at the isolation hospital last nitfit. The citizens' sanitary committee met last night and received reports from all wards showing that the city is in per f et sanitary condition. The prcat work will be continued. Kdwards, Miss., Sept. 30. Dr. Durn. of the state board of health, gave the Associated Press the following state mont: New cases. 24; numl.tr of casej to date, 23fl: lumber cf cases under treatment. lf!i: number convalescent ar.d discharged. Hit; number seriously ill. f?. There are two cases at MoHcr.ry, Mis-?., a new polrt. Mobile. Ala., Sept. SO. Tti"sday's rather big report of ten new casts was offset yesterday by a rmnll n-pi rf of four. Only one death in th tv.erty-f ur huirs. I Houston. Tex.. Sept. 30. The two phy sicians who were sent to Victoria to In vestigate an tilb rred suspl. ious c ase of fever, have returned and t-pi rt to the state Tie.iTfh officer thnt v.as a case of common dengue fever. DOING EUSINES3 IcTeUP-OPE. Amerirans ItiiiliMni; Kngiaes for I w In London am Iliiollii. Milwaukee, Sept. 00. Tho Heliance works of the V.. V. Allis company, of this city, have eh sod contract.-- for for eign order eggretratinc S"':;" 'ii. Twen ty-one engines 0f a ave rn.: horsepow er ci i.j"u cai !i are to be : uiit f r for eign trad;-, six engines if l.-Vio horse power eaeh. are beinii built f..r the Cen tral London fr-derp'ound railway, a new electric road in London. Six have been ord-Ted for Dublin tramways, which will furnish 1.(00 horsepower each to propel ib-i-trie curs over the old tramway. Three engines of 1,500 horsepower will enable the P.arcelona authorities to put electric cars on their tramways. Two duplicate engines will be sent to Mad rid, Spain, for the tramways thire. From Sydney, New South Wales, has come an order f r four .-nuines of I.Vmj ht.rst power each, f ,r the Sydney tram v.a s. BOSTON STILL IN THE LEAD. IV'y Has to Win Her Itrooklyn Series to I ly the IViinnnt. Brooklyn. Sept. sn.The Boston and Brooklyn began a series t-f three games at Eastern park yesterday afternoon on which mm h depends for both teams. Winning all the games, will give Boston the championship, no matter what Bal timore docs. A majority of the games f..r Broklynn means a cinch on the only piae e still b ft in the first division sixth. The management had planned to handle a large crowd, but the cranks failed to materialize, and when the game be gan only about 3.000 persiins were pres ent, and they saw the "Bean Eaters" capture the game with ease. Chicago. Sept. 30. League base ball scores yesterday were: At Brooklyn Boston 12. Brooklyn 4: at Baltimore Washington 3, Baltimore b: at New York Philadelphia 1. New York 7. Mayors ami M nniripal Ownership. Columbus, O.. Sept. .10. At the morn ing session of the mayfjr' convention papers were read cm purxe milk supply, municipal affairs in Boston (by Mayor Quincy), and uniformity cf municipal laws. After the noon adjournment there was no further session. The afternoon tnd evening were given over to sight seeing and the entertainment of the del egates. The conservative element in the conforer.ee believes that any per manent organization that may be ef fected should not be operated in the Interest of either side of the municipal ownership question. Neal IHw an the Grave's Edge. Portland. Me.. Sept. 30. General Xeal Dow Is still alive at tl-s writing. The end is liable to come at any moment, -t he may survive tit hours. MUNYONV - Nerve Cure ) L I quick aeLinff in for cet-T iene nd eoeral ehU:iv. It will care :i iarm r nttrtre tr,-'t.li. ou taken with Muovon Yitauirr. nuics urnif r uptnebrfkendova atnazii:v. IltllVt Mu&yoo'a (te::iefli. septrle a. cutftiircii-b divide, lor kaie niinr it ull drUK".w. V Iwniedoul.i I. 11 ii t write iv Pr..f. Mum.iu' Area htreet, Ptuiaeijt, Pa , for free' audi c-1 device. i Cyini hi iiii irta m' jM !!o oiiley Taiiil on is To start the season with a rush we put on sale 465 fine all wool Fa l and Winter Suits (all this season's make) made up to sell for $10 and $12. The manufacturer needed money. We were on the spot with plenty of cash, bought them so we can sell them for This lot consists of Black Clay Worsted, Fancy and Plain Cassi meres, Cheviots in Plaids and Checks, and guaranteed to be extra well trimmed and made. All bear the London label on them, which is an absolute guarantee of their perfect;on. & 11 BIG BLUE FRONT. Special! Extra Special! COUCH SALE CONTINUES ONE WEK O jpc 33. - E-veniiigs 200 Concbes, latest designs, newest coverings, to 1 e sold at manufacturer's cost The greatest opportunity to buy coaches ever offered the people of the tbtce cities. Monday Sept. 27 $25.00 COUCHES FOR 16.0i $18.00 COi'CIIES FOR $II.0i $10.00 forrnES for $ 5.85 COME AND SAVE MONEY. Feitiire 32, , 3 6 and 3.'S Bra ly Street. r J PAINTED BLUE TO THE TOP. Beats A!I Other Kinds of Heat. lasf-ivaet n A Pleasure to ths Thirsty Man or womai Is a glass of our rparkllng, ' refreshing beer. Made as beer should be made v It en'.iveni you and streigfhen? your muscles. The Kock h!aai s th? best in the land. ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO ton M PAtKST. Painters and Decoratoro VLTZ2 B&l?aS23. 0AL33XC;Z3. t9. Shop 4)9 ScYcnteeatb street. Lot oi Suits. Steam or hot watc r heat are the rrost healthful of all ar tiils'a! means of heatlnj, for there is to chacce of escaping gi. it is easily regulated, and nfrrr the first cost Is over, It Is far more economical. DAVIS CO. 7'