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PASIG IS NOW TAKENi
Wheaton's Advance on the Town
ful. A DATS IIGHTTSG NEAE MAUTLA
Amerlrinn l'roe Too Mach for the luior
gent at t.x eery Point of the l!attle-.un
biwt Matt-r'alljr Aitft In the On.lauclil
l-tj!l of the Advance and Plan of At
tark Sampson Showt a Commrndalilci
Manil:i. March 13, b p. m. (Jen
Wheaton attacked and raptured I:tslir
cast of Manila, this afternoon. The
enemy made a stand for an hour. Itit
at the end of that time was forced to
retreat. The loss to the Filipinos
is lio killed and 16 prisoners. OJ
the United States forces dx were
At daylight Wheaton's brigade ad
vanced, driving the rebels towari
(iiiadaliipe, where a small bodvmade
a determined stand, hut were unable
to withstand the assault. The troops
were assisted by the river gunboat
w hich toured a lerrilic lire into th
bush. The artillery moved to tne
lielge commanding the I'a.-ig and I'ar-
teros, and by this time the enemy
was in full lliL'ht aloii'r the line over
:i mile long, and tiring was disi-ontiii-
uil temporarily so as to give tin
I rooits a rest Itcfore making the at
tack on the cilv of I'asiir. The ene
my's loss is believed to be severe, but
only eight Americans were wounded.
Ai this -sta'e of the c-niragcmeiit it
was raining heavily.
After a short rst Wheaton resumed
the attack on 1'asig
At 1 1 ::!0 the
in v and t he
in contact with the ene
ruultoat steamed tet the
tiring line and cleared the jungle on
both -ide. wliile the battery stood up
to po-itimi on the bin ft to the right
The lirt shot from the American lield
pieces dislodged the gun of the enemy
at I'asig, l.L'oo varils distant.
llllUVAIill AT JHMI. .
Ailmnrr llrcln. That let ti llrlirltr Hl
lltifm Krnml'fMlllonN Near tlie Clt.
Man ia. M.in li 1". ti. neral Win at.n's
l.ly furmeil I i visional invade a-I-vjn
rd at 7 i'e Iu' k this morninfT from
San I '!;.. Mj.iJti for !!: mi.,s.- ,f
orr..i:0ifc the e nemy. Ii i.-- now moving
n I'a.sic. meeting w it h l:Kr.t resistance,
as 11, . r !)'.' are in fuU It-treat. A
.mini .out If. clearing the junfr".t. along til
l iv-r liar.l;! v. hi. h have liee-n carried
as far at Itriilaliipe. Th" purpos? o'
Hi- nuvf in to cl.-ar the country to
l.a-'una de ltay.
Manila. March 12. G:3u p. m. The Ki;i
I in. apparent. y had planned an attack
upon the lines of General Otis and
General Hale yesterday mornir.K. Iut
their i oiirane k"pt up the fuMllacl"
alor.u the American front for an hour
tor Ir.i. j. in eiliedieme to orders, re
frain, d irom 'hooting- with the ex-
tion ..f tv.o companies of newly ar
rive .1 n..-r:. . lio rep'.itd until they had
suppressed a regiment of Aguinaldo's
red brigade. This l.ody of rebels 9 eme !
under letter leadership than most of
th" others, and a white man was si-t.
an:i iic the ofli.-cn. endeavoring to load
them to the utta- k. hut apparently all
efforts to induce them to leave the
tnnihes Were futile., The Alllel'ieall
authorities in Mani'.a j say the c ity Is
now .- . ffo. lively p. li- Id that a s rious
outbreak is 1-npovMlti'i Tluy believe
that the nativfs ure ,i.t d.
Filipino, to Hear Something oon.
In ad probability this wttk will see
tile I eKimiir.K ol an ae.ive aiii aii;n :1
a s.-aic loth, i to unkcow n to the Fili
pinos. For the I.i.-t few days there has
been unusual aitivity at h. ad'iuart. r-i
and there is every indication of a com
plete reoipani.ati n of th' i niir-- -.rps
in the mar fu;ure. Yest.-rday afternoon
the Twentieth and Tw. nty-s. . . r..l in
fantry and sever. oir.pani. s of ih" ttre
Kun volunteers manned to San l'e.lro
Jlai ati to Join G r. ral Wh. ai. n's new
tliviior.al briKade. whi. h is to cnst
.f the Tw. ntieth an.l Tw enty-s.-i . nd
Infantry, eicht eon-.panits of the Wasta
inKton velunle.rs, st ver. om at.i-s of
the ir. g.iii voluntvtrs. thiet- c or; s of
avairy i mount, di and a battalion of
licht artillery. Aith.-uch the ra:n whi-h
fell yesterday nioinir.B o..I, , th -temicrature
toJ d- qte, s m.inv :r.pi
fro'i- the ranks, ov. reon e t y the b. it.
Several .-:diei-s n r" Minstru. k in tie-sure.-ts
of Manila yestenbiy. Most . f
then; were men riot y-t a r inn it-d.
ITIcer Fainillea Ntt Wanted.
The orcser.ie of the fundus of
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safuards the food
Alum fraktnff pnwdm re th ertatrst
mmaccrs to health of the present day.
cers i discouraged, ar.a many are leav
ir.g on board the United States trans
port, some going to Japan for tempor
ary residence. General Otis has re-
marked: "Manila is no place for worn
en. This is a war. not a picnic'
Brigadier General Charles Kinu has
recovered from his indisposition and
resumed command at the San PeJro
Deaths In Foreign Field.
Washington, March 13. Otis cabled
from Manila of six deaths since
Washington, March 13. (Jen
Hrooke. at Havana, reports the death
March 11, at Canin Columbia, of
Private (He Ludstrum. of Company
II. 4'Jth Iowa, of typhoid.
RIGHT SPIRIT IN SAMPSON
Write Secretary Long to Reappoint Naval
Official I'nconllrmed Omitting Him,
Washington. March 13. Secretary
Ling has received a letter from Ad
miral Sampson, in w hich, after refer
ring to the allegations that the list o
oflicers recommended for promotion
lor ganantrv oil Santiago haI ratio
of continuation liecause it include
his name, he asked the setre
tary to immediately reappoint then
oflicers. omitting his own name. .
Ilcef Inquiry still lion On.
Chicago, March 13. The beef in
vettigation court reconvened this
morning. Edward Tilden. treasurer
f l.ibbv, McNeil eV Libbv. testiliei
that his tirm used onlv the lest grades
of meat for canning.
Jr. Little, assistant inspector of the
iitireau oi animal iniltistrv, tcstilieil
that about 1 in oOO cattle were con
temned, lie Had no reason to sup
pose chemicals w ere used to preset- e
meat. Last summer the oualitvof
attie tor canning was liettcr tlian
lefoi-e or since, mostly gra.s.---fed light
westerners. Dr. Hyson, inspector
said he had never seen any chemical:
of any kind used except borax and
limits of that kind around the ho
houses. He never investigated the
subject of chemicals in reierence to
beef. One time there were rumors of
the sale of diseased beef. Some cat
tle were thrown out at the stock
ards ami were driven to the outside
houses and killed under the supervis
ion of the city inspectors.
Murdered by luKurgemtH.
Tacoma, Wash., March 13. Orien
tal advices are that the Spanish gov-
rnor of Palawan, north of lloinco.
ind his assistants were murdered by
the insurgents and the church and
other Spanish property burned. A
number of men. women and children
were earned into I lie nwjs as prison
The Chinese relels captured Shou-
han, the second city of Anhui, badly
Ideating the imperial forces.
Lout In thrOale.
I.risbane, iueensland. March l:
Three schooners and SO litters were
lost and 400 colored persons ami 11
whites were drowned during the re
cent hurricane on the northeast coast
The I'roident'M Trip.
Washington. March 13. All ar
rangements are completed for the the
president's trip to Thomasville. ia.,
tor a stay of two or three weeks tit !
devoted to rest and recuperation.
The party will leave here at :40
lien itoolli 111.
Adelaide. Australia, March 1 :. (icn.
ltoolli. head of tiie .-a! vat: ... army, i-f-tilTerino;
from tly-i-ntery. but his te
coverv is expected -o as to in- al.le to
pro-eetl to New Zealand tomorrow to
conduct his campaign.
i:;oomlntrton to Vote on l'iccnc-
r.loomngtnr.. Ills.. March Z. As a re
suit of a crusade by the- prohibiticn
element of llloominsrton. an opportunity
i? to be siven the vutcrs at the n:unii
pa! election in .Aj.ril to vote upon the
question of license. j
Cift to Ianroirt I'ni verity. I
Appieton. Wis., March 13.-IiTnrc
university is to have a chair in Kn'.ish
Uihl. the Rift of the State Kpwoith
Uasue. with an endowment of $J3.0J.
Francis V. Thurber has been admitted ;
to the bar at Nt v York at the aiie of 57.
"Mysterious Hilly" Smith anno-.;r. es
that he will retire from the rin in'
(.itjftn Victoria ha? arrived safe y a: r
Niie. France. Her reception was a,
Lord Chf.rl'S f.cr.sf -rd say th. fr.it-!
M States battleships are ahead of those
Kr;lar.'l has built. i
Th" Cun.ird liner I'avonia. s . iorg
tiHss.r.? on the Atlantic, has a:ritd
safely at I-jverpool.
General FiKhuch Lee hn. anr.oun'-ej'
that he will not be a candidate f,-,r sen-!
ator from Virpinia. j
A movement is on foot to form a com
bination of r'ain and decorated .amp
Eittht business houses and their rcn-'
tents at Mountain Grove. Mo., were de
stroyed ty fire. Loss. j
New- Orleans Is agitating the project
of erecting a monurrent to Gen:-ral
Heauresard. of Confederate fam". j
"Tod" Sioan. the J.xkey. s.i.:.. for,
Knitland Saturday on the I.uun.a. He'
will ride lor the Trince f Wat-?. I
Tl. . .-.,;-i.ri .b.lTnra in e..:.l ... :e
J,' . . i v .. I
ver was shiped from N -w l-.rtc Pat-
! urday to Cottq to pay the Cu'.jn troops.
j Hood's Sarsaparil!; never liisap-1
'p tints. It may !te taken for impure!
; ami impoverished blood with perfect!
contieleiH-e tnal it will euro.
Arnold's Uromo Cclerj cures htaej
ticheio; 10, -3 and 50 cent. 1U.133'
BAD MARCH WEATHER
Snow, Rain, Wind and Flood
Combine to Make Life
BLIZZAKD HAS EUIIAN VICTIMS.
Two Live Loit la Soutli Dakota and Other
Fatalities Expected Traainier at Calu
met. Mich., Iie While Galnr Home
from Vork-Vort Storm of the Winter
Iteuorted Kaslne Wild Wind Wrecks
lOO House at Oklahoma City, O. T.
Ietroit. ilarch IX Nearly all points
in the upper peninsula of Mulligan re
port railway traffic completely blocked
by sn w Ftwrms.
A special to The Tribune from Bes
semer. Mich., says: Th heaviest sr.o'.v
storm in the history of the snow belt
is prevailing. For forty-eight hours all
treins have betn snowed in at different
places. All streets are blocked v.it
banks of rnow from four to eight feet
deep. This with former storms wiil
make a total fall of mew about eight to
twelve feet on an average. In soir.e
plat.es the drifts are from the top of
one roof to the other. Telegraph wires
are down and all communications are
by private lines. Another Tribune spe
cial from Houghton fays: A howlim?
blizzard for the past twenty-four hours
has tied up everything. All trains ar
cancelled and no railroad comrr.unica
tion with the east has been had sine-
Saturday. Snow drifts eight feet high
are in the streets. Caiumet reports
th- streets completely blrx kad d and
in places the drifts rover th- first story
of some of the business places. Joseph
Vi!Imer. a trammer in the Tamarack
mine, while coming from work Satur
day night was overcome by the storm
and was found dead yesterday.
fifteen Feet Ueeu at Inlipemiug.
Milwaukee. Wis.. March 13. A special
the Sentinel from Jshp ming. Mich.,
ays: The worst enow storm experi-
t need here in years ras been raging
f..r thirty-six " hours. In places the
snow has drifted fn.m ten to fifteen
t. Railway trains are abandoned
and street cars ar.? stalled. The north
bound asser.ger train on the" Chicago
& Northwf stc in line reached Little
Lake Saturday morning tut remained
there ail day snowbound. Two extra
ergin. s w ith a large plow attached
were sent from here to open the line,
but cot fctalkd between Swar.sy ai;d
Floods Add To the Difficulty.
Jlilw aukce. March 13. Most of the
railroads between Milwaukee and St.
Paul are in a crinpled condition on
account of the storm in the northwest-
rn part of the state. Throughout the
Wisconsin valley districts large drifts
are reporter., the snow being from one
to four fee t on the level and the drifts
much higher. The "Wisconsin Central
rains wet- all several hours late. The
snow that accompanied the blizzard is
lot the only condition that the rail
onds are fighting. Many of the streams
in eastern Minnesota and Northwestern
Wisconsin overflowed Friday and Sat-
ur.Tay. and in territory west and north
Lai'rosye there are bad washouts.'
On the Southern Minesota division of
the Milwaukee road washouts for fif
teen to twenty miles occurred. The
Chicago, Rurlington & Northern has
abandoned its division through south
ern Minnesota to St. Paul.
TEKK11SLE BLOW IN OKLAHOMA.
Half an Honr of wind Creates
Chicago. Marrh 13. A dispatch from
Oklahoma City. O. T.. says that a ter
rific wind swept over tilit place for
half an hour and in that t.:me blew
down nearly 100 houses. During the
storm rain fell in sheets. Not a smoke
stack was left standing in the c ity, and
the oil n.ill and compress were badly
wrecked. l'late-giass fronts were
smashed everywhere in town by the
force of the wind, and damages are
estimated at J.'O.C-oO. The only satisfac
tory ftc t is that no lives were lost so
far as known, though many of the cili-
seer.s had very narrow escapes.
Kte.ishurg. Wis., March 13. A heavy
rain frll all day Saturday and Saturday
nluht. The dam at the Narrows washed
c ut yesterday morning, carrying sev
eral buildings with it and doing hun
dreds of dollars' worth of damage. A
considerable amount of live stock was
drowned and the people are unable to
I-ae their homes in the low distric ts.
Omaha. March 13. A Uce special from
Rapid City. S. D.. says: The blizzard
that swept over the country east of this
city last week was the worst ever ex
perience! here. Reports just coming in
say that a least two lives we re lost. The
son of Shelby Reed, a large sheep own
er, who was nu: tending sheep, is. miss
ing ar.d thrre is little doubt that b-
perished. A mail carrirr name ! I'ear- J
son is alst missing. Shelby's h'rs came ZS
h. me riderless during the storm and the EE
sad lie has lx-en found, but no traces of S
the your.g man. It is feared that oth'-rs S
were taught in the storm and have (
Another blizzard struck Nebraska ; j
Saiun ay morning ar.d raged fiercely all ' rs
day. I LJ
St. Iy.ui. March 1.3. A wind with the ' 5
velocity of forty-five miles an hour j S
sw ept through St. Louis Saturday night, i ZZ
and five people are reported injured by : 2
falling sign boards, but none fatally. S
Sedaiia. Mo.. March 13. A wind storm
of unusual severity swept over Sedaba '
Saturday. Roofs of many rr-sidences j3
were carried off. smokestacks demol- E2
ished and chimneys torn down. j
Ie Moines. la.. March 1. Rain
turned to snow Saturdav evening and
. . . . . , . , , ." .- ' "1
worst storms of the w inter. I
oshko-h. wi... March l'. A thaw .
a freeze, a sleet storm and a heavy
rair.fail. occurring in the order given.
Hons of the city.
An toior it, at Rinki.
tuii jlace ofiiJiu.f mnt in Wis-
What Physicians Say.
assert that over one-half
the cryspepsia among the
American people is caus
ed by adulteration of
Uolree contains no im
purities. It i$ a blend
from choice Selected
beans. Packed whole in
sealed tin cans.
Have you sent us your verdict ?
If your grocer does not keep It send u his
name with your order i naming this paper) and
we w ill see that you are supplied.
THOMSON & TAYLOR SPICE CO.,
tonsin nave- no iesa("7;fi,r to 'exclude
colored people from sue !i places on ac
count of their color. .-o holds Judge
loss, of the local municipal court. Aft
er a week's consideration he decided
the "color-line case," h-dally known as
Rachael Bla k vs. the Central Roller
Kink, finding for the plaintiff.
li!.tRTHS AN OLD SEXSATIOX.
As Show ing What Might Have Ueen Done
Ky I he Packer.
At the afternoon fessien Dr. W. S.
D vore, chief inspector of the bureau of
animal industry, agricultural depart
ment, testified and Major Lee drew out
the fact that five ytais ago a Chicago
packli.g house had hi en caught usng
condemned beef in the local market.
Referring to the regulations of his
bureau governing the packing houses
on r..s direct exumtnatton uevore -sans
that there were employed uniler him
in Chicago tw enty-nii.e assistant in
spectors, fifty-feiur stock examiners,
forty-five taggers anil fourteen clerks.
I'pon the inspectors an 1 the stock ex
aminers falls the duty of being person-
lly present at the abattoirs on killing
eiays. mak.rg post-mortem and ante-
mortem examinations e i the cattle, and
condemning and tagging such as they
lind to be dir.eased. or from any rea
son unlit for edible use. ttocK exam
iners must l;e present during the en
tire time of the killing Cay.
Colonel Davis Can any beef go
through a registered packing establish
ment without undergoing the supervi-
.ii of the force under jour control?
Dr. Devon No, sir. Independent of
its ultimate eiestliiation, the carcass is
inspected by our bureau Beef Tor can-
i.ir.g leaves our control .it the canning
rooms: refrigerated beef leaves our
control at the loading platform. Ani
mals condemned at ante-mortem exam
ination car.r.ot possibly pet into the
pac king houses." ;
Colonel Davis Judging from your vis
its to the canning rooms, what kirol
of beef was canned there?
Dr. lVvore I have s.-en nothing e-x-rept
what was tit for canning. The
canner is a c Inss of a:.imal pure hase 1
for that purpose; thirner than other
c'asses, but cood for earning. In point
c f w holcsrimt-ness anil fitness for human
food I eonsielered the meat excellent.
Dr. Devore said that chimieal pres
ervation was impossible without Ids
knowledge. The shipper not the pack
er stands the loss of a condemned ani
mal. The animals used last summer
for canning we re of i t iter grade than
usual cause the drnard c reated a.
short supply of the usual grade'. At-d
here came the sensation. Major Lee
asked ir. cross-examination this ques
tion first: "Were you not sent here
in 1S!4 to investigate Complaints about
Dr. Devote Yes. sir. My report is
on tile in the ilepartment of agriculture.
The c harge s as to hot tr.mjei-s tanks wt :
not substantiateil ; the testimony cam
principally from discharged employe:-"
and was not satisfactory. It was- how
ever, pretty well substantiated that in
pome packing houses quarters had Le.m
removed from th top of the tanks and
sold in this market. I refer of course to
Major Lee askrd what packing insti
tutions tne witness referred t... but
v. ithdrew the eiue-stion , after Colonel.
Davis had objected on ll giound that
the report itself was the best evidence.
Major Ie Were rot instances com
mon in 194 of diseased cattk being
found in the shambles?
Lr. Dc-vore No. sir. not to my know!-
S3 . . .
Taken at nigh: stops the eter-
S rial thinking by Putting VOU
S3 tO sleep.
It feeds your brain .
so that it recovers irt tone
for the next dav's toil 5
g IOr inc next uay lOII.
!:anirc';i.w i n.,
v I) L 1
In the lot are silk lined overcoats, fancy back overcoats with silk shoulders,
in fact all the latest style clothes and made by the best tailors. Don't buy
until you have seen our line.
We Carry Overcoats from $4.39 up.
r.igf. r ao not think there weUi.ct ne a
I . sil '.lity of a carcass condemned for
U-r.io:- Jaw getting inlet the packing
l;- us ?. Our final inspection is made in
11. cooling room. We have no Jurisdic
tion alter the post mortem. We have
11 rc-jic.rs:L!'.ity in the matter of com
plaints on the part of soldiers.
Referring to this testimony Major
Lee said he thought that with the tes-ti-nony
about the way the beef was
l.:::iiicd at Chiekamatiga and Santiago
! provd elenera! Mile:-- charges. Cel.
I ivbi thought difi"er-ntly. He said: " I
c! . rot si wli.it possible bearing th--Oisposal
of diseasi'il meat outside' the
s'.-ck arils can have on this cace. It
r -' tainly e an have non unless (Icn -ral
Miles makes the charge thut this beet
r. a? by feme manner run in'.o th ? pack-i,-.T
POLITICS ENDS IN MURDER.
Contest for Congress Kcftiilt in Two Men
r.ristol. Tenn.. March 1.1. general
Jam. s A. 'Va'ke r anel W. S. Hamil
ton, attorney for Judge W. p Rhea,
v -o i enagnl in a contest Vs it li llcr.
eial Walke r for t .'ingress for the Ninth
Yirgiria district, met in a furious com
l.it Saturday. They v-re ei. gaged in
taking e'e.tositions in the contest.
IVrriltnn advanced upon Walker, who
Fhot him in the abdomen, tj. K. Davis,
privat sec retary to Judge Rhea, shot
Ccr.cral Vw'alker twice in the right
It.loUiucr, se -riousiy wounding him.
i eieneral Walke r and Attorney Hamil
' ton s:r- rr sting easily, elei.eral Walker
j v as shot through thefho'il b-r and sale,
jtiie loai;. t penetrating the lung. The
i v. lunel is a dangerous one, but not nec-
.-sari:y iatai. .-itoriiey Hamilton s
v. ound is pec uliar. The bullet entered
live ineles above the- navel and ranged
1 d-.w-nwai el. Hamilton had nt dined and
' . . aufc his stomac h was relaxed it is
j C.ought the bad missed a vital point
I ;.nj is lodged r.ear the ppinal column.
;I!:s condition is. however, serious and
hold bat slinht hope of
SOLVING A KURDER KY3T2RY.
I'aitofthf Lire and Itemains 1'anncl of
'-Irs. lierker ut tliiao.
CM- a;-., Marc h 13. Ity the eTiscov
e . y n a portion of a human body and
tor?: s-rap of black elrcr? good.-? un
'! r the barn floor at Augtift A. Keek
ers horr.e at ".i lT It'ie kwell strcr-t the
7 olice are satisfied that they have at
last found the key to the mystery sur
r .unriing the murder cf Mrs. Theresa
Leeker. The police now de-dare that
without doubt the butcher kiiled his
v -if in the barn ar.il disr-sed of the
r -mains after cutting them up by burn
ing t:vm or throwing them in the
The piece t.f I ody found Is part of the
lung about the size of a man's hand,
and a portion of the bronchial tul-e is
f.Ttaeheci to it. The dress goods han
i-en ieit ntiiied as a mi tion of the 1,'ac k
cress which Mrs. I'..tk-r wcr" around
the house, ar.d which hail 1 e. n vainly
s )Upht for by the poiie-e since liecker
e onfe-ss-d to murdering his wife. The- i
cloth is cut ii. e-iert places. ? emingly
cs if a sharp knife had betn repeatedly
thrust through it.
stnKe at tn wnncn t'rea &tr'-j
rar c.mrany work? at I'it'fhurs re-
Ft(d in riots between the tra le.-c union
r::en anei ine oocia;i.sis. ..c..i.iy as
k'il"l. hut 6eTrl were seriously Hurt.
The most satisfactory piece of clothing in your
clothing belongings is a spring overcoat. Now
is the time to purchase
the best made and
Best Fitting Spring Overcoats
Offered in the Three Cities for
The overcoats are all new this season and made
to sell for $13 50 to $16.50. In order to make
this the banner spring overcoat season, we make
the prce $io.co.
COLLIDED m A STORM.
Two Traiiin Come Together. Killing Two
KngineerH ami a Fireman.
Lineoln, Ne b., March VS. A blinding
storm ol snow and wind was the cause-
of a bad collision on the Hurlington
road two miles wvst of Lincoln Satur
day evening, resulting in the death c
three trainmen and the injury of four
others. The dad are: Luke liny
and John Iiovle. engim-ei s. and Klrner
C.raham. fiieinan. Seriously injured
l)ar:fe Delany. engiiiee-r. cut on he-ad
and iegs fracture-el; August Ska ns. ii re
man, leg broken; L. L. I-laierson. Ii re
man, internally, sligiitly: Arthur Clooel
win. brakeii :;..n. hip elisloi at. d.
The collision was between a switch
engine in i harir- eif I. like lloyse an.
east-bound fast freight No. 46. a double
header. The- shock threw Itoy.-es en
gine lack, pinning him against tln
tender, crushing him fearfully. His
engine, whi. h l. ma.ne-d on the track.
ran wild to the yards, w here it crash, d
into and el. ii!ol:sbej a freight ear. The
plioc k ileiaii.-.l the sfeotid engine of the
fast freight. Ktigim-er Ioyle and Fire
man e liana ii . nt clown in the wreck
and we-re ki.led instantly.
dnii'tltlcill t HUiioi itnrnu
ipringli-id. Iiis.. March 13. The
belt w hie !
in good i
and will i
'ri. ulture has lecciveel re
imty coin. ties In the wheal
indie-ate that the wheat
::.!:tion Tor the most part
ike a fair average? crop if
Ilcul Ii of net
W. Iiir.l. -inllue
. March 13. Judge Ira
f the oiliest and most
-i:s of the state, died
r.g illness with imeu
boin in New York ar.d
Tit Cure a Col'l In tine Iay,
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets.
All tlrifc'-ists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25c. The eenuine has
L. li. Q. on each tablet.
Not one child dies where ten
formerly died from croup. People
have learned the value of I ne Minutes
Conh Cure and use it for .severe lun";
and throat trouble--. Jt linmcdiatidv
utoits coii"iiiii''. 1 1 never fails. For
sale bv T. II. Thomas, A. J. Uciosaud
M. F. IS.-thiiacn, druiri.sts.
After wnm IndocccS t Cry ASC1
R i:TH, I will never le mtiiuot ttiem in the house.
Mr liver wan m a verr baU bliape. arxJ iijt bead
ached and 1 nun stomach trf'nb!-. Now. mice tck
Ins Caspar els. i feel due. Mr wife ljasa.'-o ued
them witb boneflcial results for four ntomacb."
Jos. KufULl.Nti, L"-1 luhrc.ii fct-. tt IxtuIb. Mo.
Paant. Pn!atable. potent. Ti'te Gevl. Ito
Gcjejci. .Never sicken. Weaken, or Once, 10c, iije. Uic.
nii.etlnm, Ma)rl. Km lirt.
r?cd an4 pnarir,t-ed br a!l draar
giftu to t l'Jt Tutacco ilatit.
the largest and
best stock ever
It will be a
to make room
for big ship
extra big value
new line of
home Hue of
Come and see
Davenport Furniture and
324. 326. 35 Bradj St., Davenport.
one. We have