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VOL. XT.TTT. NO 36
THE NEW LIST.
Political Complexion of the
OFFICIALLY GIVEN OUT.
Republicans Have Two-thirds
Surveys for the Atlantic &
Pacific Construction Co.
AT WORK IN THE EAST.
Sensational Charges of Trea
son in China.
of the World in Gen
eral by Wire.
V.!iisistin. Nov. 28. Officials
of tlio hmiMt today sent to the prin
ter the unofficial list of representa
tive df the Fifty-fonrth congress.
It hows 'JH republicans, 104 demo.
iT:it. is populists, one silver, and
one vaeant. The republicans con
stitute more tban two-thirds of the
entire membership. The democrats
-retire only 13 members in the north
Th (;rrat Kallwnjr Prnjert.
lw ch Ciusk, Pa., Nov. 23. The
Atlantic & I'acitic Construction com
pany chartered in Illinois is turvev
t ii lt i l'ne here. It will be an air
Ii:ie fr(m New York to San Francisco.
!: :tiir through t'hicnjxo. It is said
an Knlish syndicate will take $ 150,
ii u.imm in donds. The bill will be in
the hum! of Congressman Childs. of
Illinois, ackin the government to
enilore the bonds, in return for
which the company will turn over
the controlling interest to the "-ov-ernment.
'harc" of IIlRh Trrannn.
I.iMmn. Nov. 2S. A Shanghai
d! patch says a sensation was caused
by a memorial to the throne signed
I'v Uu l.ijjh oHioials.charging Lihung
tiansi with Lirh treason: charging
iliat he was implicated with Prince
Kiihl:. the emperor's uncle and pres
i iriit of China's parliament, who was
recently appointed dictator and com
mander ol China's forces at Port
Arthur, in the Mile oT state secrets,
r.nM war material to the enemy. It
further charges with conspiring
t overthrow China.
4 mill It Inn of t be Prmlilent .
W.wiiMiTON. Nov. 2H. In re
P"ti!e to a publi.-hed statement that
the president was much worse than
as reported. Private Secretary
Thiirhcr says he has been suffering
i'h rheumatic gout, to which he
ha- been subject for years, that he is
H i worse than on former occasions,
that he is steadily improving and
w orking on his message, which he
wi'.l have by the opening of congress,
unless oniething unforseen occurs.
Tl.r I nlted Etansfilli-al Church.
l':ni.Atr.i.iMUA. Nov. 28. A spe
eial session of the genernl conference
'(the United Evangelical church,
)' hit h is that branch of the Evangel,
i' al church which adheres to Bishop
!uiis. and refuses allegiance to
Uishops Ksher and Ilownian, will
'rivcnc in Xaperville, 111., tomorrow
' f'irmulate rules and otherwise
perfect the organization of this new
Th lloml Imine Kfitarns.
Ni.w VoiiK, Nov. 'JH. The syndi
"a!e which took the fTiO.OOO.tiOiJ gor
r:iment Imnd issue, announces the
! st live milliuit sold at ll'J price ad
am eil to II'JJ. The syndicate paid
i 17.1.77, which gives the prolit to the
-wi'liciite o Tar over f51, 000. The
Mili-trcasury up to noon received
'yr H),(Kiti)0i) gold in payment for
S Oar Is 1'opular.
sr Pk.tei:si;iii;, Nov. 28. The
I' '(Hilarity of the. young czar is io
1 r a-iog daily. His unnlTected ways
'"el the fact of his dispensing with
ih'.iiary and police guards at the
V-ia'-c has done most to popularize
Sniik In I he Harbor,
1!"Tin. Nov. 28. The schooner
'race ISeuson was sunk by the steam
r 1:. -a, ling at the entrauce to the
iia linr today. Six of the crew were
I'i issnr.i.f, Ohio, Nov. 28. The
b'wii of Mctatnore was completelv
''irneil up today. Twenty-live fanu
j"'s arc homeless aud a terrib'.e gale
Is blow ii.
- I'roiulnent I'opnllKt Head.
I i i'uklk, S. D.. Nov. 28. Judge
l-:uic Howe, late populibt candidate
lor governor, died this morning.
auirru, I'weuty-Three Children.
.Moi nt Vkuxos, Ills., Nov. S8- Henry
11 irviii, nm;d SO years, died ill this city.
J,e had iimnu.il throe times and was
""latlirr of twtmtr-threc children. Ho
ru-vi ux t(,u iatg nur on Union side.
EARN THE INTErfkt
Bad Showlnj; Made by the take Erie Boad
for a Vear.
JfTT0?'0"- nvj0. report
,,,7? 0 Krie roaU for tho year ending
!eit. 301aSt probably makes tho Worst
showinK in the history of the road. Tho
reorganization plan, it is understood, will
have to be changed radically. Figuring
n the basis of previous years-that is, as
ll nil charges were paid regularlv-tho
company in m,l faU( toenrn the
bv "r"w2? c!1SUdilted Mortgage bonds
'.v l,xN,iti0. fcxpressing it a little dif-
tho,comPny earned only about
HiM.OOOon theso bonds, where fcJ.Olo.Wi
was ciUlctl for.
There was a deficit of tl.lG7.000 on the
Eno and leased lim-s proper, assuming
t hut interest was paid on tho second con
solidated bonds as previously. This is a
falling off of f.'.r,i7,4 18 in the net results
(including tho New York, lVnnsvlvania,
and Ohio, and all other l.!us.d lines) from
t V?'1 for tl,e Provious year. Kcceiver
McCulloupli was asked whether it
would lie necessary to apply for receiver's
certificates to meet tho pressing needs of
tho company. Ho replied ho thought
not. Ho did not soo how radical changes
could bo avoided in tho reorganization
ASK FOR THEIR MILEAGE.
ConKremmen Who Failed To Be Re
Elected Not Anxions to Work.
"Washington, Nov. 28 Several repre
sentatives in congress who were defeated
for re-election lmvo intimated that they
will not sit in the short session during the
remainder of their respective terms. Most
of theso have made some advantageous
private business arrangement and, believ
ing their public careers to tic at an end,
manifestly mean, if possible, to disregard
tiie demand for their presence here. Quite
a IiumlH-r have written to the scrgcant-at-arnis
to forward their mileage for tho
The law allows 20 cents a mile but pro
vides that it shall not be payable unless
the journey is actually performed and
this provision will doubtless decrease the
list of expected absentees. The house in
tends also to enforce the rule against
absentees adopted by the last congress
and withhold tho salary of absent luem
Iers who remain away from the house
for other cause than sickness. "While
very few members are hero a quorum
will undoubtedly bo present, most uiein
lers preferring to spend Thanksgiving at
ATTACKED BY A LION.
1'ioftnoor Venn, a Tamer, May Die from
AVlLKESBAliUE, Nov. 2S . Professor
Veno, a lion tanvr, was giving au exhi
bition here, when Walackor, a vicious
black maned African lion, which ha3
killed five men, refused to jump through
hoops and do his other tricks as usual.
Veno whipped the lion, which sprang at
him and bit his leg slightly. Veno en
tered Walncker's caoro again at night.
The 1 ienst sjjraug at Veno with a roar,
knocked him down, and fastened hisleeth
in his hip.
Veno's assistants forced "Walacker
toward ills corner but before he reached
it he turned and again sprang at Veno,
reaching for his throat. Veno put up his
hand and the lion crunched it horribly.
One of the attendants st mined the lion
with an iron bar, and liefore he recovered
Veno Wiis dragged out. He is very low
from loss of blood and it is feared cannot
recover. Tho light caused a panic in tho
audience. Several women fainted, but
no one was hurt.
Gave SeiiHational Testimony.
Memphis, Nov. 23. Ex-Attorney Gener
al Peters was placed on the stand in the
lynching ease and his evidence was of a
miwt sensational character. Ho testified
that before the lynching accurred Defend
ant Kichardson told him it was going to
occur; that he (Kichardson) and Ed Smith,
another defendant, had arranged tho af
fair. Witness, who was attorney general,
told Kichardson he would summon him
before the jury to testify as to the con
spiracy, and Kichardson coolly replied that
he "would not know anything" if called
on to testify. Mr. l'eters withdrew from
the case as counsel for the state iu order to
In-come a witness.
Will Change the Tnwn' Nituit?.
I'UINCfcToN, Ills., Nov. 2. The Charles
J. lk'Vlin Coal company, which recently
purchased the mining plant at Loceyville,
has docidi-d to change the name of tho
town to Marquette. This will be dotio
principally to commemorate the site of
the town, as it was there that Father
Marquette in his explorations of the Illi
nois river held an iinporiunt council with
the Indians and afterwards made it. a
camping ground for a numlHjr of months.
Say 12,m; Wt-re Slain.
London-, Nov. At a meeting of tho
Anglo-Armenian association a letter was
read from J. lskender, an Armenian mor
chaut of l'aris and president of tho Ar
menian Society of France, iu which he
stated that according to his advice not
brss than 12,000 Armenians were mo
sacred. lt was decided to commence an
agitation on behalf of the ArmenUins in
the house of commons and to hold an in
May levy fepeeial Taxes.
Spkisufiixu, Ills., Nov. 28. The sn
preme court has handed down an opinion
reversing and remanding to the Vermil
lion county circuit court the case of Pal
mer et al. vs. tho city of Danville. Tho
supreme court holds that cities have the
right to make levies of soclal taxes for
placing water mains and sewers and
Drought an umaiiouia Territory.
GlTTHUIE, O. T., Nov. 28. Drought has
dried ud everything in this territory and
nruirie fires are doing much damage.
Pnnn niuntv a larire area was swept and a
number of farmers lost heavily. John
Llvingood had his house, Imrn, fences,
orchards and live stock destroyed, the
faintly escaping with only their clothing
and several badly burned. In Pawnee
county a little child was caught and burned
Asthma, hay fever and kinired ailments r--i-t:ely
cuicl by nowly discovered treit.nenU
rnmpblct, testimonials and refereocos f cnt free.
Addres'. World's Dispensary -Medical A'eoci .
Uou. C63 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. .
The judge's Opinion on
Reading Labor Case.
DOESN'T "LUTE UP" WITH OLNETS.
Pays No Attention to the Attorney Gen
eral's Paper and Decides That Members
of a Labor l uion Slay Be Barred from
Employment on a Kond In the Hands of
Receivers Salient Points of the De.
Philadelphia, Nov. 23. Judge Dallas
has filed an opiniou iu tho Vnitel States
circuit court dismissing the petitions of
Lovi Hicks and other members of the
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen who
desired to compel tho receivers of tho
Philadelphia and Reading company to re
tain them in their employ and at tho samo
time allow them to remain members of
tho labor organization. In his opinion
J udge Delias makes no reference what
ever to Attorney General Olney's recent
letter on tho subject, in which the latter
took the ground that tho receivers were
manifestly wrong in interfering with the
employes as members of tho Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen and in which tho
attorney general gavo as his opinion that
the men had a perfect right to organize.
Attorney General Olney also hold that an
organization of this kind was not only
beneficial to tho employee but to the rail
road company as well, inasmuch as the
company was enabled to secure the ser
vices of thoroughly reliable men.
Mutes the Subject Mutter.
Judge Dallas, In his opinion, which is
quite lengthy says among other things:
"The subject matter of this litigation was
first brought to the attention of the court
by the joint petition, filed Oct. 8, iKH, of
Stephen E. Wilkinson, Thomas MeDer
mott and George II. Ritppcl, acting for
themselves and all employes of the Phila
delphia and Reading Railrniwl company
who arc members of n uuincorpor:itd
voluntary association called the Brother
hood of Railway Trainmei;. The object
of the proceeding was to obtain an order
restraining the receivers from acting iu
pursuance of a notice as follows: "On
or about j."ith day of Aucmst last, your
petitioners were notified that all members
of said association must dissolve their con
nection with the same on or liefore Oct.
fc, or failing to do so, would lie discharged
from the service of the receivers."
Have o Leeal Standing in fimrU
"I thought, as I still think, that neither
the association nor its chief officer had any
legal standing to lie heard in complaint
of any action taken or proposed by the re
ceivers, or to invoke or advice tho disal
lowance of any measure adopted or con
templated by them iu the p lfor-unnce of
the duties assigned to them. Tticy have
made no contract with or through this
association, and none ha been so made
by the company." The original petition
having been dispos.il of Judge Dallas
next t tkes up the petitions of Levi J licks
and George S. Kiley and disposes of them.
The judge says that the rule complained
of by the labor union was adopted iu 1SS7,
and lias been maintained ever since, both
by the company and the receivers.
Tlie or of I-I Hicka.
Kicks, the judge said, was employed as
a brakeuinn in lS'.tt, and at the time de
clined to state whether he was a mcmlicr
of a labor union, but, was. employed by a
subordinate agent, of the receivers. Later
he was notified that unless he left t lie la
bor union he would be discharged, and
after a talk he agreed to withdraw. Riley's
discharge has no connection with a labor
union, but was because of unsatisfactory
work, the judge says, and dismisses that
case from further consideration. Of Hicks
the judge says: "The circumstances dis
closed iu the case of Levi Hicks do not en
title him to the intvriMisitlon of a court of
equity on his behalf.
Not Subjected to Compulsion.
"The punxwe to discharge Mr. Hicks
unless he would resign from the associa
tion was communicated to him almut two
months prior to Oct. 8, and his promise of
that day was given simply in the exercise
of his right of election between the al
ternatives which had Wn previously pre
sented to his choice. The fact is that ho
did agree to sever his connection with the
brotherhood and though in making his
selection he was doubtless confront!! by
a dilemma it was obvious that, he was not
in any legal sense subjected to compul
COMES TO THE REAL QUESTION.
Whether the Iterelvers Are Itound
Kctniu Itrotherhood Men.
Judge Dallas then takes up the Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen, and says:
"Tho real question, however, is not
whether the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen is or is not inimical to the gen
eral welfare, but whether these receivers
should be ordered to retain its members in
their service despite tho company's pre
existing rule to the contrary, and against
their own unanimous judgment. If such
an order ought to lie made it must lie bo-
cuuse the action to be restrained would in
j juriously affect the inten-sts tho receivers
j have in charge, or would Iks contrary to
; law or unjust to those immediately con
cerned. If there is any other considera
tion upon which the direction asked for
could be based counsel havo not suggested
it nor do I perceive it.
"lhat the contemplated action is not
unlawful is too plain for argument. That
it contravenes public polity is asserted.
But how can t his be cstablishedr I know
of no means of ascertaining the policy of
the public In relation to crsonal rights
but by consulting the public laws. This
particuliar association is not a corpora
lion, but if it was it would not follow, as
i seems to be supposed, that it could rurht-
fully insist upon the retention of its mem
bers in the service of another corporation
against its will.
Judge Dallus concludes as follows
"The rule complained of by the petitioners
was promulgated as long ago us the year
JHHi, and the receivers emphatically as
sort their be I lei which is not contro
verted that no employe has since entered
the service in ignorance of its existence or
joined the Brotherhood of Railway Train
men without isnng aware mac by so
doing he violated it.
"It is possible there may be a few men
ILL., WEDNESDAY, HOvEXIBSH 28. 1894.
there cannot be many to wnom the strict
enforcement of the rule would occasion
some hardship. But no such case hag
been made known and tho answer of the
receivers displays no vindictive feeling or
dlspiisition to harshness. I have no hesi
tation in relying upon them to deal fairly
and discriminatingly with any case which
may reasonably call for peculiar consid
.aeoraaKa Ifctn.lt Cloaed.
OMAHA, Nov. 28. A special from Grand
Island, Neb., says: ' The Security Nar
tional bank has closed its doors. It is
stated on good authority not to bo so
much of a failure as a disagreement be
tween the officers of the bank. It has a
capital stock of tKuO.ouO. Tho deposits
are as low as $5'J,0U0, of which 93t),uuu are
Advanced Wages on Condition.
Pittsbubg, Nov. 28. TheNew York and
Cleveland Gas and Coal company has ad
vanced the wages of its miners at Plum
and Sandy Creeks from 55 to 02 cents per
ton, the men signing an agreement not to
join any labor organization. , The in
crease affects about 2,tin) miners.
Sew York Financial.
New York. Xov. ST.
Money on call easy at I p-r cent. I Time
mercantile pajier Sti per c-ut. Sterling
exchange dull, with actual business in bank
ers' hiila at tsrsTu fur d-mnnl and 4-ji
4ML4ror sixty nays: ponttwi rates si;'i;..7,if7L-and
issi.jssii: commercial bills 4M Vj.4s;.
Uver certilicatoa ttPj hirl: n s&l; bar sil
ver, .'.'' Mexican dollars f 4.
I'nited Stutes government it mdti S'g reeular.
lls,; d's coupons. HS'm; 4's rei-alar. 115; 4's
rouii.ms.li5; Zi regular, ttJ bal; Pacific ti's of
'tfi, 1U1 bid.
Chicago Grain and Pro-! nee.
Chicago. Xor. ST.
Fmlowine were the nant-itioiH on tha Bo:ird
of Trade today: Wheat-Muvemaer. oii'-ned
.Mc, closed T4c: Decerulier. opened ;4;i4f,
dust! Mc; SIty, opened 3oV.': close! 5sv-
Corn November, ojiened 4!v, closet 4-'si-i
lfei-einU-r. oimued toVtez cLi-rii 4j : Slav.
opened 4si:, closed t-n 1 mts Novemtier,
oH-ued ciosj i-J-H ; I i ivnli r. op:i"l
closed ', May, o;Hn-1 -C' . closmt
tf 41:. Pork Xovemtier. open ! s . rinsed
; January, opened Jl-f.l.-. cln-vl
bard January, o;ieue I fl.'il. ciosi-1 :.-'.
fjlToiluw: Uutter Extra creaiucry. Ji'iu p.-r
11.: extra d:urv, pa'-kius; st -k, Jo liiUc
F.,- Frisii sto-k. aii pi r no7 losooff. Live
i'oultry t'hiekees. 4..-,i ."iu;" wt Pi; turkev.s.
5(w.ik.-; ducks. 7ic; ire f.'i.ii.i 'I. . ju-r d,.
PMiatoes- iiuruanks. 4-;i Vtc p. r liu.: Helirona.
4:i lc; eurly rowe, 4:i-.4.,s'. r,.t PolHt'ies
Jl'-iuois. l.l I per iilil. i'ruoemes 1'aoe
d. fair to en. ,.. s.u., fl.-Ji lr Mil; fuli' V,
V.'.:Xiit.",. H.m-y -White cl
new btoek, 1V-; iiroke
r. l ib wctioiia,
dark comii. piMir packa's; 1
toraia, A'fj'iv ier Hi.
C hicago Live Mwlc.
Cimi-auo. Xr. ?T.
Live Stock Prices at the i"n 1:1 S:.. k Var.fo
to:iay ranted as fulitcvs: lio -h K-timated
N-ipts tor tilj day. S.MIk); sjiIim raiurel at
uzty.. piiris at.at-.4.:r lisbt, i lo.(.i.:i
rnutrU packiiic. $t.0j,(,i.ii"i mixed, au I 4.i1
4.S'.i Ueavy pacain and aiiippiu iots.
Cnttie Keceipts for tha d i- !t,jt; quota
tions ranend at t tie mm eh iie to extra
shir.plns-stoen. t.M'r,-.l ir-j I to li.nce do..
f:j.i?ir.f 4,iu fair to ffK'.l, i;:i iH t'u;mQ.in to
medium !".. - -.. tmtli ' steers. J-M"
:t.ii stockcr. .'.s ,, i.4ii r ,i-rs. lrs.s.i
cows. e.'.4'.l,,i;.9l h-irers. l.."ili.- t .'il tud.s. -.i-&
3.30 Texa su."jrs. $i.T.! 1 l.'i'i wteru runifjr.
and C.iu'5 uu veal calves.
Sheep- Kstimated receipt for the day
i.O'l; sales raneed at I.3.-.--:tl I westerns.
(ff.i.T'iTej.aus. ti.i'iH. J.jl uatie.is. a:id iiu.-LKJ
Caicioo, ?sov. xs Wheat, fl-m. ov. 54 c.
MayW, s. Corn, higher, Nov. 4s c. May 4s"ac
Oita. higher, Nov. SS'.e. Pork hi'iicr, Jan. tl'i.-
Oi'J. l.ard. highcT. Jin. Jii.VTr. Fibs, hibrr.
Cuit Ago, Sot. ST. Hofi". receipts -T.OOe: Lc
ht'4her. Ca::le rectipts, Sj.rdO: unchanged.
Sliuep receipts. 7,iW(0; firm.
Kew York Muuey tosinc.
New Yokk, Nov. .s. leonrv on call, cary at 1
per cent prime; mercantile lap r. SJ,20.
The Local Blarlivia.
OKA IK, ETC
Com new. 45 17c
Hay 'isiwoiiv. !r?13: rnihnii i(rt:i;
rcciT and vcGETAm.ra.
Unions She vet bo.
fin .Ur Fair to choice. 18cJ2S0c . cream -ry tic.
JillKS- P'ri'i'll. Jla
Fou!try (Jmcaeus, 1
t,IV STOCK. ; '
rattle Butchers nav for e -rn fed steers
5V' 4,e; cows ana heiiurp, ! ; ca'vr
Hiis.' A.i'ic. .
Spring lamb. SttQSc a ponn 1.
Coal -Soft. inc.
Wood 5..V per cord.
Why do Vira ('minh?
to you know that Parks' Couirb
Syrup will cure it? We guarantee
every bottle. There are many cough
syrups, but we believe Turks' is the
hest ana most reliable. Sold I'V
Harlz & Ulieniever. '
IT IS THE PEOPLE-
AMD NOT THE TESTIMONIALS
OF PURCHASABLE CHEMISTS.
Our prices are lowered to the last notch. This will be the greatest
barjain sale we have ever offered you. Don't delay. Come at once. Let
come what may. Congressional reason, hard times reason, first of January
reason, or any other reason, our prices are and will be the lowest Buy now
and you will be right.
Glance Over These Prices.
Chinchilla overcoats well worth $10,
sale price $5.
Black Cheviot overcoats, others asked
$10, our price $7.50, sale price $5.
Blue best Kersey overcoats, good
enough to sell for $15, sale price $10.
Men's suits that every clothier sells
for SS.50, sale price $5.
Children's overcoats $1 50, sale price
Jilue cassimer overcoats, good value
at $9. sale price $5.
These prices only to be had at the largest store west of Chicago,
money in your pocket to trade with us.
To be sure you are right, hunt for the "Blue Front."
btaJlrjUTi-lL.U-1 Jiri S!3&TlT!iLfcTd
7 Per Cent Loans.
A SAKE A
The followic is a partial
list of completed pilt-eded
lirst rnortfrape loans on hand,
which we offer Svt sale, sul
ject to previous at'lections.
for their face and accrued
interest. These loans have
been carefully selected by
us. and are first-class in
evcty roppect. They are all
7 rtK cknt net to the invi-s-tor.
We have many other
loans to offer, if these are
not in amounts to suit the
The securities we offer are
especially adapted for the
in vestment of savitifru and
trust funds, as our personal
attention to all the details of
the loan, front its date to its
maturity, relieves the hold
er from all annoyance except
to present his coupon to us
for collection. For further
information call at the of
JACKSON & HURST.
GEO. F. K0T11, p oi. Lama Departmrct.
Cut Flowers and Plants
Fine home-made Bread
Geo. T. Crswder
B. F. Evans.
loteli CloMng Sale.
Dress Makers and Seamstresses
Attend Madame Kellogg's school of Dress
No re-fitting. No re
chart or model, but a
Genuine Tailor Syntcm,
Such as our Merchant Tailors use. Thorough
Ins'ructious given'in the art of
Boning, Finishing, and
Lessons not limited. School open day
Kyan lilock. Second Floor, Davenport
BUSH'S CORN CURE
for Corns, Warts
rKICE 25 CEXTS.
This remedy is sold under a positive uarante; and we will cheer
fully refund the money if you are not satisfied with the retails
Different from any other, it will allay the pain instead of making
the foot sore. It has been tried by many, who praise it highly. We
can furnihh testimonials if desired- Trj it, and suffer no longer.
Manufactqred by HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Manufacturing Pharmacist, Fifth Avenane Pharmacy,
corner Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street. Bock Island.
Fur sale at all shoe stores.
Brown, tan and gray Shetland ulsters,
others asked $10, our price $8, sale
price $5 99.
Genuine Auborn Melton overcoats,
everybody sells for $15, our price $12,
sale price $10.
Children's combination suits, coat, two
pants and cap to match, good value at $5.
sale price $3 50.
Men's heavy underwir, considered
cheap at 50 cents, sale price 29 cents.
Wool filling j?an pants, extra good
value at $1.25, sale price 73 cents.
1CC3 Ctsssl Avcst