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THE HOCIC ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBEH 1, 1BC0.
Hbll-h.s Dally and Weekly ml MM Second Are
nas, Hock Inland. 11L
Taan-Dmllv. 50c per month; Weekly, $9.00
live chmrmcter. political or 'o ch mrtl"
real amine mt-mchi-d for P"1""-'"" ".-."ukS
tide. m be J-riowd or-r nctltloo. .lenmturom.
Awmymoo. comman.omtlon. not noted
t.TreporJenee solicited Irom eery town, v
la Kock Imlsad county,
SATCKDmT. November 1. 10.
HOt KATIC TIl'HET.
Cited tt '"'--yi;i0'01S- W.'S:
ForTrnatemm IMoolml'"" N. W. tJKAUAa.
University, ....Ricbasd D. MoBttl.
Bss T. Casli
R. H TWotA
I Otomua W. Vistus
(Jons A. Witnow.
fnr ConfT Jndire..
For County Clerk...
'.".'.'.'.'.'.CHAKLf!. A. rrtmrjTm
O 1. (iOKtH
rcCypufwii'.C m. B Marshall
Conrernlnc the Hennepin csnsl I beg to
re yoa that I ad vacate Itm building- am
heartily am you or am any other cltlsea
deeply Interested In a national work or
neb Irupnrtunee. A waterway connect
Ing the Mississippi and Mlsatiurl rivers
with tha Great Lakem, thu. giving to weat
mra product, dlreet water eomniouleatlon
with the Kant, enlists my heart ly.ynipal by
and support, and I have no he.ltmney In
pledging my beat endeavor. toaeeoinplUh
mo desirable an end Mr. Cnbli't UlUr.
791 to 1812
812 to 1817 2.73
817 to 1H2A 2 4
825 to 182 (
829 to lKliS 47.gl
832 to 18-. ?g.0O
834 to 1843 19 25
'rom 843 to 1 84
Frnm 1X47 to 18.bH 23 Q
rrom 1868 to 18H2 15 g
mm IHHt to 1WS4 S 'O
From 884 to 181)0 v-".nrt
T ' . lj . aKmif fsll INI
I U ill BOCl LU w
Mr. Gladstone says Hint tiie alt-Kin-ley
bill will do more inisrbit-f la America
than anywhere elsg. This is recommetiti
ed as a special study for nights and Sun-,
days to Postmaster Wells and his pupils
Piibsidknt Hakhisos goes all the way
to Indian so that on election day he
may be seen by the people and thus in
spire them with hope, lie will vote, of
course, but be will not be in Indiana for
hat purpose alone.
Toih district is a Uugbing Block in con
Kress. It is thought its people are of
that quiet, inoff-jneive nature character
istic of the Esuuim&ui. What cm such
a people want? they ariiue. "That's
their representative" pointing to Ges
Tntc Union notices a lastiug machine
that enables one operator to last 3,01)0
pairs of sboes a week all kinds of work
being done, light or heavy and that the
work is superior to hand work. Id spite
of tleae facts which it publishes it daily
tells its readers that American workmen
cannot compete with the world.
It is said that while talking to the peo
pie In the southern portion of the district
Gest could have held his audience to
getber if they bad not shown such i
s'.roDg disposition to leave. There is one
place Gest could hold an audience: Ap
point Liui chaplain of the penitentiary
and let him pracb to the convict?.
Oest spoke to a vast audience in Bush
nell the other day. There were about
830 present including men who dropped
Into see the show and others. Many left
tbe ball during the speech, and some
went to sleep on tbe stage. Gest said
that men lied when tbey called tbe tarill
A tax . lie will be at bis leisure soon, and
can thus study tbe logic of facts- Tbe
first big fact will occur Tuesday next
Hollowe'eo parlies were beld by tbe
Rodman Rifles at Armor; ball last eve
ning and at tbe residence of Mix ' Belle
iolsom, and both were happy affairs.
A car will return to Rock Island after
tbe meeting at Milan tonight.
The "secret circle" has issued another
scurrilous secret circnlar. Tbis time it
is in the German language, in order no
doubt that the designers and outliners
may deny knowledge of its contents
when confronted by their deeds.
Gest cheated the workingmen through
bis blundering and lisilesness in tbe back
pay bill. Had be bad an ounce ot men
tal weight or earnestness of purpose be
would have shown at least that tbe men
bad some one to look after their interests,
even if be bad been defeated. He prom
laed tbcm be would sec them paid. He
saw them plundered And offered no re
sistance. With unspeakable audacity be
asks them tbem to return bim to congress
Is there no limit to tbis man's impudence?
A 14 It tea at a Feativnl.
!Tbe next congress will infallibly have
: 'democratic majority of from 20 to 50.
pd weakminded Billy Gest would stand
d more snow in ttial democratic crowd
than a aicklv kittnn at a rlmrrh fnatltrnl
If you want tbis district fairly, honestly
. e- 'lettlclcntly represented in the interest
cveatern people, vote for Cable and
.it feeble-minded Gest to stay at
r. Macomb .ngu.
tid"h' A Por 'x'n''
of Vesfm a' 0e,t is the Poore8t excuse
perm Temher of congress that could be
louii. the state. There are a thous
and republicans III Tc0on6ugtk county
who would make a better congressman.
If republicans must have a member of
congress, why don't they nominate non.
Dick Breeden. Wo. Venable, L B. Vose,
or some other capable man? Macomb
Keep Him at Home.
The poor ringater organs are now
plaintively pleading that Gest should be
kept in offloe because he has been there
four years. The same fellows worked to
beat Bill Neece, who bad more Intluence
in congress than a hundred Gests and
who knew more in a minute than Gest
could learn in a century. If Ben Cable
- can't make a better show in congress in a
week than Gest has in four years, bis
friends will advise him to resign, Ma
"I want ally-money," said the wife of a
bowling-saloon keeper, when she sued bim
104 Ladisa Wmnud,
Aad 100 men to call on any druggist for
a free trial package of Lane's Family
Medicine, the great root and herb reme
dy, diccovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in
the Rocky mountains. For diseases of
the blood, li.er and kidneys It is a posis
tlve cure. For constipation and clearing
up the complexion It does wonders. It
is tbe best spring medicine known.
LArge size package 50 cents. At all
The high price of Ice provokes so many
joke, that you will find an ice w '
nearly every paper. -
When a remedy has stood the test of
more than thirty years trial and today ia
more largely used tbss ever, iu worth is
evidently unquestioned. Such is tbe
record of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
FJNAL GRAND RALLY.
Turn Out, Everybody, at Turner
flail Monday Kighf.
I'rasalaeat an Able HnnkfN ta b
Hurt ana taelsaaea cake Preaeat-
trama the Peeple'a tttaaApalat. '
The democracy has arranged (or a final
grand rally at Turner ball Monday night.
Prominent and able speakers will discuss
the issues which are arousing the people.
There will no doubt be an Immense at
tendance of people of all classes who
care to bare an interest in legislation af
fecting their homes.
At the Y. Y. C. A. rooms tbe meeting
for young men w 11 be addressed by Mr.
a u perry, president or tbe local asso
ciation, at 3 p. m. Subject, "Christ Like
At Trinity church, tomorrow. Twenty-
second Sunday after Trinity and All Souls
uay; mere win re services at 10:45 a.m. ,12
m , and 7.80 p. m. At the chapel at
2:30 p. m.. Rev. R. F. Sweet, rector.
At the United Presbyterian cbnrch.
preaching at 10:45 a. m. by the
Re. H. C. Trlarsball. foil wed bv the
sacrament of tbe Lord's Supper. Eve
niDg services at the usual hour. Young
people s meeting at 0:45 p. m. Hundav
school at 9:30 a. m.
At tbe Christian church, services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m , con
ducted by tbe pastor. Rev. T. W.
Grafton. Morning subject, "The Yictos
ries or Faun. Evening subject, "The
w oriii s bavior on Trial. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Young people's meeting
at o p. m.
At tbe Central Presbyterian cbnrch.
usual services tomorrow; preaching by
tne pastor, the Kev. Jno. H. Kerr
Mara:DK subject: "A Profit and Loss
Ai count." Evening subject: "The Gos
pel in Brief Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
andY. P. S C. E. at 6:45 p. m.. wten
the president of tbe society "will make a
report of tbe state convention at Rock-
At tbe First Baptist church, preach
ing at 10.45 a. m. by the pastor, Rev.
Pr Taylor. Subject, "Have Faith In
God." At. 7:30 p.m., subject, "Safe
guards of Youth," fourth in the series.
Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.. J. W.
Welch, superintendent. Youns people's
meeting r.t 6:30 p. m. Reading by Miss
Emma Churchill. Subject, "Coming to
Christ, Sunday school at the Forty
fourth street chapel t 3:30, C. S Wil-
1'ains, superintendent. 1'reaching tt
forty-fourth, street chapel at 7:30 p m
by Mr. Cruras T. Knox.
HLiar.eVIATED TELtGr? AMS.
M:cii!scl Sullirin. a retident of CMrairo
miui-e t'rij.iy at the age of S2.
The r xiinl honsj of the J. S. K. rilvav
5 tm at Jnc-k-xinville, I!is, wis de
stroyed by lire Friday. Los. flr.nof)
Governor Hit! id:ii!p a speech atiivf -f.irl,
Cittm., yes: em iv. iu which he de
voted much spMi- to the foreign tliey of
trie Kovernmetii with refen-nc to Hehr
inu -M" a.
II. K. t'HPer. n youn I'liiUdelphia
mlliiinirt', on tbe eve of his wedding
give hit l.urhelor fricitis, to the nuiu
n.T if ten n iHrv-.velt iliimer avhu-h cost
eir.i rt t-nvt-r
'm - t- it,- I',:vi- c tine re-ir l-iiii;"kil!ed
bv tt .::i ln-t .ecti theetrs i.t I'iatt-buri;,
C.uiHiia. 1 l.iuxl iv. He i e.d on to ttie
Mi:, however, tin' it train lniu.li pulled
h.in out of Ins perilous po-itio i.
The ):iio supreme court him .leci.I-il
t'lHi the inayor of f 'iniiiitiati has the
r Kht t :irtiiit the i eiv hoard of city
alT-tir pi..i, i,-ii fr in me i.ill ju,t .H-seU
at the sf ru.l st-ssuiu or' the leisl iture.
M lleiV famous p.iiiitirii;, -'l't;e An-Heln-,"
whieh whs piiri-hKM-il l.y i he
Ai ericiu Art Hssoi iatioii in lss'i f ,r .Vmj,
tVi friiis. lias just U-en ol. - iiu UT
lill.tMi frauc to an linkuow u purehaser.
The l:.iiAiiy Ci nduftors' I.isu rani-e as
a in( ion of the L'niied 8ta:e and Cau
a la coin ludeil jis mvnty-thiid annual
c iiiveti.ioii ul Clmttauo'jua. Temi , Thurs
day W. O. Bickliy, of St. l.ouis was
elec ed preHtdeat.
Kiinerl service over the rern iirn of
Mr H.iii,h'.v:.ii; Ituve. who msrriett M.s
H.ii .ei w.i.th We.in.-silay.Htid 1i -.l Tnur.
iliiy iiioi'iiin. .vcre held at Washington
C:ty Irioay. The remains were laken to
N "a York lor huri tl.
Tli- wife t John Williams, a colord
tiiiuer tit the lir.i.lfor.l uiiiies, near Bir
ni.o(.'l,nm. Ai i.. soot ami killed her bus
Latin iluirs lHV niht, ami theu tried t
ki:l lier-eif. .lealoii-y. Thi-y had been
married hut threj weeks.
Charles Harris, a boy who krw the
Wild West show at Kalamazoo, Mich.,
triett to le onie a cowboy himself. He
tie i a lu-so lo hi arm and toi a lively
Colt, into i he noose. The colt ran away,
iirHgiim him sum- distance and iunjo;
in si rious ji jii. i. s
At. u Sunday M'hool entertainment a:
llouii.l'jro.ik. . .J., one of the lectures
wa a sonu and dance by two variety (iris
ill short dresses. AH tue ladies and mem
ber of I lie church left the ball, but the
yoiiuu men saw the snow out. The (idea
tion no is shall the ruou-y raised f-IUJ
I accej te 1 by the M'iioo!?
llii Treacher Is m llu.tler.
t.'n at i' A si Kit; A, Teiin., Nov. I. So far
this week J F. C'unyer, a colore 1 minister
in i his t iiy, who a so runs a saloon, has
had a iively record Sunday nioruina; h
preaeh-d: Sunday afternoou ha bad his
wluskv mid iu f ill tilus.; Sunday tiitrht
his li k i-iei- knocked a mall m the hea l
iu his prtsHiice; Monday afternoon he
hroke n heavy teacup over bis wife's bead.
Monday inula there was a lively row in
his house; Tuesday he fired Ht a man.
tnl i dues lay he was before th. re
Kid Not Hold the C'unferenca.
l.VNS. .Mass.. Nov. L The state brird
of arbltrati in came here Friday, but th-?
prtinoseil oiiference looking to a settle-
aieiii of the strike of the murooco work
ers was lin' lield, owint? to tbe persistency
nub r.(::"h Mr. Morelaud. master work
mar, of the Kiimhts of ljilxir, insisted
iioii l.eiu pres-nt. astbe conf-renc was
i lileiid. il io l e a private one between the
workmen, manufacturers au l the b iard.
The I.ynchlnK Duly Accomplished.
Daltox, tin., Nov. 1. The two n Heroes
who bad been followed fifty miles and
caught, cliarged with the outrage and
murder of Miss B.ker, in Bartow county,
were taken from the officers Thursday
night by a mob and carried into thecouu
try. There is no doubt but their dead
bodies will lie found banking from
trees. Tha body of the icirl was
found under n brush pile, with her throat
cut from ear to car. There were evi
dences of a fiercu strusf'e all aroun 1.
Lett His I hiiiiIt in a IS.! Fix.
JdLIET. Ills.. Nov. 1. A week ho E
A. Ileal ty, of this city, went loChicaro,
bavin? in his liossesHion n conti:il-r-lilM
sum of money, mid nothing 1ms la-en
beard Irom him hiiicj. U-at.ty left his
wife and familv in atraitoucd circut--
mtanceB. He lias al way- led a resectit-
uie in.', nun nm in nil i think mm.' harm
bus I if.illen him.
1 he Sent I,mm Not FxisU
Sax Francisco, Nov. I. Advices from
Alaska -uy the election fur dul -ate in the
United States conifi-ess from Alaska has
resulted in favor of Capt. James Carroll.
of the stexliisbip Qdeeu. .Such a seat does
not yet exist, but the couventiou receatly
held ad te I resoliuions a-kiu ,' congress
toac oi.l to rtlii-k.l ase.it in that loJy.
III. tlriaiosl fscit,;e I. Iteiul.
Littlk Kock, Ark . X v. I. Tiie opin
ion of Judge P. C. Caldwell, of the V. a.
circuit court, iu the original package case
of H. M. Van Vleel, of Iowa, was filed
yesterday. The court. In brief, holds that
tha act of congress and the laws of the
state are valid. After citing the .act of
congress and the state laws tbe opinion
concludes: "It is not the state laws, but
the oriumul pncknve that Is dead." Tbe
judge denied Van Vleut's petition for dis
charge from prison and remanded bim to
tba custody of the atata authorities In
execution ot tbe sentence imposed upon
him, . ' r- - -
ENGULFED AT SKA.
Two S'rvps with Their Living
Freight Go Down.
FCUR SCORE REPORTED DROWNED.
Terrible Disrster on a Clear Night,
with a Smooth Sea, and Only
S x Miles :rom Land.-
The' Mrxm-liip Vilenya anil the Srhimnrr
I ul lie tins Hartrmir trash Toeetlter
Without a Moment's Warning and Iti.th
Sink I imI. r the lark Wateis in a Few
Minnies Only n Few Kavrd After a
Mclit Uf MltTeriiig letails l the Cutiim
trtiphw ns tiathereil from the Knrvl
Vnr of the Horror.
New York. Nov. 1. Six miles off Barn
eg.tr, on the Ji rs-y coast, on Thursday
evening;, wns the sienmship Viseays, on
her way to Havana. N ar ly was an un
known ami probab'y uust'ti scliHner,
The niiht was clear the moon 6tiinini
briht!y. the wa smooth, and ti.e hour
8:30 Seven niiniites later Imth vessels
weientthe bo.tom of the sea, and with
them sink eiirhty-one of their passengers
and crews. In these seven minutes a col
lision nod death struggle with the waves
h id taken place; a scene had oi-cunvd
which even the dozen survivors can not
ive the details of without stopping to
mike s'ir- that it is not alt a horrihle
Names f the I'ns-eniers l-ost.
Almost all of thu pas-.-mers on the Via
caya were lost. Tiieir names i re: Setior Jaun
Pedro, n partner of tin- firm of .1. M Ce
ll ul & Co., of N -v York, and one of the
owners of the lo-t ste:iiii-,l.i; M. A
Ca.vo. v fe mid mmi; f Purr and two
ciiil !ren; A Koiz, Ji-s Aeuiloa, liamon
Alnvar z Juan F. Hcdumo, (Kiesr I-latn,
l.i'iii pel. oc and .Ki-e M. Garcia.
T-e!veot 1 lie ere w of seventy-seven were
saved from the steamship. The fate of
the rew of t hesi !usucr is still unknown.
The lte-ene of the Twelve.
'lhet-rst news received of the disaster
in this i by was w I. en the steamer Hum
boldt, from Brnzil, arrived at h -r d-n k in
Brookhii. having on tsiard ihe twelve
survivors oi the ati-lropuc w liom she
tut' I pitke,! tip at dihr-ik yesterday
mortiini;. Capt. ISl.-i-. k. of t le IIiiiuIhiI It,
said that at ilayt-reas his ship was oil
15 iri'ei;:it Iiiiht. Slid. U-.iIy t'rm off ta-ir
l-rt bow came a cry for help I'e -ritiu in
that diret-ti-m throiisrh tiie mist of the
ear y ii.oruinii the officers of the Hum-
Isd-it saw- ibree masts stiokiu; out of the
water ami el:iu;ing to the yards and rii
gitig peojile were seen. Quickly a boat
whs lowered Hud rowed to the unfortu
uate people. There were twelve of them
all sjidors clinin; to the s;iars nud
t ie.r joy was unspeakable when they
were tak- n into the boat.
Names of lite survivors.
Ti.ey all ln-loned to the steamship
V:zeaya and their names are as follows:
Fe.ipe Hazas, first officer; tiabr.el Costas.
second officer; Fram is o Se.ri. fir-t en
gineer; l)r Andres Rico, sur-on; Sereno
Carlos, F. Lop;-z, Jiihti Sejjis. AtiL-el
Ijeoii. Jose Mendinna. Caimierre. Karuon
Martinez. K-nuoii Perez and P. Arellano,
seamen. The men were chilled to the
bone from their exposure to wind and
wave, and could have held out tint a little
lotitter. They were taken on board I he
Huml-oldt, brought to this city an. I tak.-n
at. once to the office of J M Ce hallos &
Co.. No 11 Wall street, the owners of tbe
V.zcaya. The Bim had received noiice of
tiie los- of their ves-el from the Maritime
Kxchniice but a few minutes hefore the
survivors waiked into the office.
THE DISASTER DESCRIBED.
The ShtK'k of I'ooin Mlid Subsequent Ter
I whs sou.e t;me before the reporters
could find a man who could mve a con
nected account of the terrible catastro
phe, and the fact that many i f th? sur
vivors could talk no Knt-'ish made it more
difficult. Finally Dr. Kico was fo.ind
and from him the following accomit wis
obtained: ' Kv-rythi'ig was -working
nicely. The w. a her was Sue, tbe mxn
shone bright, arid toe sea was Muoot i. It
was atKHtt S o'c-iock when 1 was on deck
and took a few turns back and forth
while smoking uu after-dinner cigarette. I
did not see any vessel near us. The ship
was in charge of the first offic-r, who was
on the briutfe. I went down to the saloon
then, and there met Mrs. Cilvj We sat
down and lieunn talk.
The Warning oiic and the Crash.
"Suddenly I heard the unit liaiow
ring the 'stop' signal. Before I cou'd
even wonder what it was for there came
an awful shnck. a crashing sou 'id on tbe
deck iver bead, and the steamer rolled
well over on h r port side. Every laid y iu
the saloon was thrown down. All was ex-
citeiiien': men, women and children shriek
ing for help: from what, they didn't
know. Mrs. Calvo seized my hends and
la?t;i;ed m- to find and save her boy. I
told her I would. I Marled up to the
deck to tin I iii n When I not out of the
coiupamouwav a terrible scene met my
eyes. The bridae. deck house and fore
rij:iiiB were a!l torn away; there was a
Kreat asli in the starboard side just iibafl
the coal bonkers, and through thisopeti
iin the water was pouring in. Close by,
on our staro-aid beam, was h big four
Uiasted si-roofer, her bowsprit and fore
riKinu ioiie aid her bows stove in. She,
too, was til in rapidly.
Mint !lurrtinr. To nml Fro.
"AIe;i v-i-r- runoiii here and there all
over our le ks.saoutin all kinds of or
ders, and I can teiiiemlier s-eing tbe crew
of t he schooner d dri the same thing oh
their vessel. The next thins J knew the
water was making over our decks. The
steamer was fast sinking. With a wild
idea of saving ourselves, several of tbe
crew and myi elf scrambled up the port
foreniiiiiiia;. Down, down wetit the
steamer, and up we climbed. We reached
the fore nullum yard, and just then the
lull reached Ihe bottom. Tbis left us
just out of water, but H very large swell
would we! our leijs. There were twelve
of us on tbe ymd. Some of our crew bad
tried to reach tbe schooner, but she had
sunk almost ns quicklv as Im i the- Vtz
caya, and. a f ir us we could see, ma a
soul but otirsclvei was iu sijjht.
A Night of Horror.
"Then, in I ope of attractim; ihe atten
tion of some passing vessel or some one on
the shore (we were only six miles off the
const) we cut the tarred ropes on the yard
into pieces a foot or two louir, and, lb;Lt
inir these waved tbem in the air as long as
they lasted. Bnt no one came to our as
sistance, and nil through the Ions night
we" clung to the yard, growing coluer and
stiffer as each hour passed. Toward day
break a cold fog settled on us and made
matters worse. When one of the men on
the yard said he beard a steamer passing
by. we all halloed as loud as our numl-ed
condition would permit us to Then a
bout made its nppeartnea and we were
taken on board the Humholt. We could
not have beld out much longer."
AS SEtN FROM THE DECK.
The Second Officer's Account ot the Col
lision. From t be second officer some more facts
were obtained He wns on deck standing
under the bridge when tbe collision oc
curred. He said the steani'-r's lights were
burning nil right and th- watch on deck
at their posia. Hedid not ser, the schoon
er until tbe first ollicer on the bridge rang
the signnl to stop. "At the time ne rang
to stop," said Second Officer Covas, "Cupt.
Cunill had Just come from supper and
was going up on the bridge. B ifore be
bad time to move tbe mohooner struck us,
her bowsprit striking, and aa far as I
could see. Instantly killing Capt Cunill,
Our headway carried us along and tbat
bowsprit knocked down tbe bridge boose
and rigging - I was covered by the debris
and badly cut in tbe bead and side of my
neck. I got out of the tangle about tbe
time, the water commenced ts run over
luv t..v net, & loos c-.i ,ue riuguiit
with the others.
Ihe Crew Nearly All Asleep.
Culd id CondoL one nf the sailors, said
th it at tbe time of tbe collision nearly all
of the Vixcaya' crew wvre asleep, being
Worn out, with the hard work attendant
ns,n leavi i-i port. Duly those on duty
wer.- np i n l .'.bout. He said that before
Jie la--;, in i o. tbe boats could lie taken
If .e-mi.u- ry io lowering, the Vizr-aya'a
Reck v.e;e under water. At. the ofll s? of
th..- looipn lni I. Hie informs.no i c nil I
la ii'ila.ile.l N i interviews could lie bad
w.ih tin- s-i. ViV- r, and thosj obtained
ft.' gotten outside the offie -.
The Lost Hlesmshlp.
The V.zcaya was one of tbe steamer of
:.e Ciinpiiua Trans-Atiantia She had
jllH U 'en overhauleil, and this was her first
.rip after t,Bi ig it-lined. She was of l.SWI
ous regi-ter, 'Js7 feet long, ami had c-MtiiimiHln-lous
lor fif.y passengers The
viiole inr'ii was valued at tl.VI.00i). The
ess I was insured by the owners. She
as mi non ve-s.-l and formerly plied be-
tweeu New York and Mediterranean
Theories am to the 1'anme.
Several theories are advanced as to the
tsnseof i h collision, but as uone of the
mrviviirs, acionlina to their statements,
w the schooner before she struck the
(Uam -r, it is no-, and probably wilt not.
t-e known jus' how the affair happened,
seventeen More Hnrvlvors.
The tug liercules arrived last evening
snd reports thai it was the schooner One
i elins llnritreave which collidesl with tbe
earner Viztaya off liarnegat. Both vest-Is
sank iu fifteen fathoms of water,
lenn-en from the Hargreave aud seven
f-om tbe Vizcaya were picked up by the
s -booncr Surah L. Davis and were trans
ferred to the Hercules.
WILL TEST THE LOTTERY LAW.
1 he Leavenworth Times Insists That It
Will -Trlnt the News."
Leavenworth, Kan.,- Xov. X. Follow
ing bis proceeding of Thursday, Poatmam
tor Kitchie again threw the mail edition
of The I a veil worth Times out of the
n nil yesterday morning. The paper was
tt imailable because it reprinted tbe list
o Ihe Koinnri Catholic fair raffl-s in giv
it u an account of the postmaster's action
The Issue To lie Made.
Ijiv. y.-r l.ueiau Baker, the counsel of
Tue Tiimv rumpnny, will probably make
tl e issue iu a suit against Postmaster
Ritchie that no law can forbid an Ameri
c." n nevspaer to print the news. Post
in ister General Wanamaker sustains
P t master Ritchie, and in reply to his
t egr.-un of inquiry simply wired "un
in iilabie " Yestenlay afternoon suit was
hi d by I he Times in tbe district court
ataiust 1'oi-t master Ritchie for tlO.010
df ins ges.
For Honest Method on the Turf,
Vl.w YiKK, Nov. 1 Pierre Ixirillard
cnter-aii:ed the leading turfmen of tbe
ro iiitry with a dinner at the Union club
Ti ursday evening. Among the guesta
w. re Aucust Belmont, William K. Van
derbiit, J. IS. Haggin, leinril Jerome,
Senator Hearst, John G. lleckshock, D.
D Withers. U U lxirillanl. and others
eq ially well known. Incidental to tbe
ev -iiin pleasure there was an Informal
'ic-cu-sion of a schem f-r the organiza-
ti. a of a new jockey club. Many etithnsi-
s ic and honorable owners of race horses
wi uld like to have a club established, the
ptirp'-sesof which shall be to promote
no icst methrsls and correct existing
ah is'-s ou the turf, and for tiiese purposes
the club will lie organised if the move
meat is a success.
The Mistress of a Kinglet.
VlENNA. Nov. 1. 1 he so-called Baroness
von Becke has been tried mid found
gu Iry of defrauding hotel keepers and
jev. elers out of -Jti.tutl florins aud escaped
wi: h a nominal sentence of three weeks
im irisotniMMit on the recommendation of
Ki g Charles of Wurtetnburg The wo-
limns real name is Amelia Beck. She
l.iitsts that the kinc is the father of her
daughter, aged lti. Both women receive
lar je incomes from his majesty, but are
not allowed lo live in Mutigart. The
in" lift is ;ti years of lige aud is still very
Supposed Muieitle of a Farmer.
T ilk pi i. 111.. Njv. 1. Cuarles Eckert, a
well-to-do furmer living near this place,
sho- and killed bimsnlf. yesterday morning
abo at 7 o'clock. He tsok a ahotguu and
wetit, as she said, to kill a hawk. He was
fou id by one of bis family half an hour
later dead, with the contents of his gun
in 1 is right ear. It is supposed he com
mit ted suicide.
5:lenioriwble Windows Are littiable
V ashington- ClTr, Nov. 1. The treas
ury department bus decided that a pictor
ial painted glass window intended for
presentation to a religious educati onal in
titution as a memorial, does not come
nud -r the provision of tbe free list con
cermng woiksof art, but is dutiable at 45
I-r cent, ad valorem.
GATHERING OF FREETHINKERS.
Agnostics ami Infidels Holding a Conven
tion at Portsmouth, O.
Pi KTSMiirni. O.. Nov. 1. The Free-
thin kers of this country and Canada mot
in c invention here last evening, and it
was the largest gathering of the kind ever
held iu Ihe I nited States. For the first
time in the history of tbe association the
rails ays made . reduced rates for tbe
evt-tr. Among those present are Charles
W at:, of Torouto. Can.: Col. Robert G.
Inge-soil, E. M. McDonald. Thadden B.
Waterman, of New York; L. K. Wash
burn Boston; Dr. Henrietta Westbrook,
Ida C. Craddork, Philadelphia; Susan
N' x in. Fall River, Mass ; Rabbi Phillip,
son, i 'incinnati; Dr. Carna, J, id t-e Waite,
Mrs. M. A. Freeman, Waller Freeman,
S. H. Gepr, Chicago, aud W. F. .lamiei; u,
(tfimlenining the W. C T. 17.
Tbe platform to 13 adopted declares in
iiivor ot the t..tal separation of cbnrch
aud s ate. in fact and In form. It declares
that the National Reform association, the
American Sal. Imth union, the Woman's
Christian Temperance uniou and many
other oryntiz.it ions are imperiling the
constitutional liberty of tbe people, and
devlar-s further that every true liberal
and I'Ulriot, whether man or woman,
shoulc aid in organiz.tig an effective op
position to these "nefarious schemes.''
What The? Will Agitate For.
Plans w ill be decided upon for inami
rating a national agilition in support of
the ft llowing demands: The equitable
taxation of church proprerty In common
with o her property; the total discontinu
ance o;' religious instruction and worship
in the public schools and especially the
reading; of any Bible; the reeal aud pre
vention of all laws enforcing the observ
ance ol Sunday as a religious institution
rather than an economic one; t he cessa
tion of all appropriations of public funds
for ed'icational and charitable institu
tions oi a sectarian character.
HE WY FAILURE AT CHICAGO.
Leopold Urns Co., Clothing, I.sck Sev
eral hollars of Being Lira.
Cuic.co, Nov. 1 The commercial
world. and particularly the clothing trade,
was thrown into a spasm yesterday by
tbe fail ire of tbe firm of Leopold Bros. &
Co., nt mufactiirers of and dealers in
wholesale clothing. Twenty six confes
sions of judgment were entered up against
tbe firm in the superior court lor snms
aggregating 14M 0. and the establish
ment wus closed by Deputy Sheriff Burke,
while the l."0 and odd employes- sorrow
fully wi nt home.
Vhe Liabilities and Asset.
The total liabilities are, in tbe alisence
of a defl lite statement, estimated all the
way from FiHWOJOto f0,W, whiie the
assets are put at W5 (H, nominal. T be
firm did a large business, but for some
reason, iiot yet explained, has been strug
gling for some time against insolvency.
Close mi ney is given as oue cause of tbe
trouble, together with heavy expenses.
The failt re was foreseen only by tbe mem
bers of i he firm, and the collapse came
tike a thunderbolt to tbe trade. Tbe
nouse is one of tbe oldest, If not the very
oldest in tbe city, having been established
years agx The seuior member of tbe
firm is Heury Leopold, who has been
rated as it millionaire.
The Csar Port of Bamae Things.
ST. Pr tnSBUTO. Jlov. 1. It is stated
that am the secession of the present
rsar, Alexander III. to the tbrone STO.OUO
Jews ha been expelled from Russia.
Th F rst National Bank of Eddy, N.
M., capital I50.0U0, has been authorised to
begin bu lines. .
V0UU UNCLE SAM
His Family Seems To Be Quite
THEEJ'S OVER 62,000,000 OF US,
And a Few Hundred Thousand More
That Are Nt Vet Counted The Fig
ures am tllvrn bv Ihe First timrlal Com
pilation A Table That Know How Ihe
Males Are ttettlng Along Auoerlnteu
deat I'orlri's omtuents ou the tie
port. Washington Cirv. Nov. I. The census
office yesterday announced the popula
tion of the I'nited State, as shown by tbe
first count of persons and families, ex
clusive of w hite persona in Indian terri
tory, Indians ou reservations, and Alaska,
to be fc,4d,54o'. These figures may be
slightly changed by later aud more exact
compilation, but such changes will not lie
material. In 1SS0 the population was 50,
lM,7vt. The ataoltite increase of the pop
ulation in the ten years Intervening was
12,S.'4.T.-iT, and the ercentage of increase
wns :M 57. In INTO the populaMon was
stated as i,.ViH,3Tl. According K tbese
figures ibe al-solute increase in the de
cade lietneen IHTDand was :i,.V ",41'i.
and the percentage of increase was 30, Ot
The Figures Disappointing.
The bulletin announcing these figures
is addressed to Secretary Noble and signed
by Superintendent Porter. It says: "Upon
their face these figures show that the
population ha increased between ltsSt) and
IS-.) only 727,84 more than between 1870
10, while the ra'e of increase has ap
parently diminished from itlOH to 24 57
per cent- If these figures were derived
from correct data they would be indeed
diappointing. Such a reluction in the
rate of increase in the face of the enor
mous immigration during Ihe past ten
vears would argue a great diminution In
the fecundity of tbe population or a cor
responding increase in its death rate.
Keasnn Alleged for the Same.
"Tbese figures are, however, easily ex
plained when the character of the data
used is understood. It is well known, the
fact having been demonstrated by exten
sive and thorough investigation, that the
census of lru waa grossly deficient in the
southern states, so much so as not only to
give an exaggerated rate of increase of
the population between 1070 and IKsO in
these states, but to affect very materially
the rate of Increase iu the country at
large. These omissions were not the
fault nor were they within tbe control of
the census office. The census ot 1S70 was
taken under a law which the superintend
ent, lien. Francis A. Walker, character-iz-d
as "clumsy, antiquated, and barbar
ous.'' The census office bad no power
over its enumerators save a barren pro
test, and this right was even questioned
in some juarters."
Kelatlve Knelt nt Mutes.
The bulletin contains a statement show
ing the relative rank of the states anil
territories in population. As in IS), New
York still heads the list, and is followed
by Pennsylvania. Ohio and Illinois have
changed piaces. (If the other changes
in the list tiie most marked are those of
Texas, w hich rises from eleventh to sev.
enih; Keniutkv, which drops from eighth
to eleventh; Minnesota, hich rises from
twenty sixth to twentieth; Nebraska,
which rises front thirtieth to twenty
sixth; Maryland, which drops from twenty-third
to twenty-seventh; Colorado,
which rises from thirty-fifth to thirty
first; Vermont, which drops from thirty
scond to I birty-sixth; Washington. which
rises from forty-second to thirty-fourth;
Delaware, which drops from thirty
eighth to forty-second; N.-vada, which
drops from forty-th.nl to forty-ninth, and
Arizona, which drops from forty-fourth
to forty -eighth.
Ihe reputation bv filate
The population of the states and terri
tories, t -get her with increases since lsst
is placed a follows:
SOKTHKRN CENTRAL UIVISIOM.
Pop. In. Yp tn ..
Ohio.. S.t . 4iis.H."7 lowa . l.HaiT.'S Ss .114
ln.1 ?.l-.i' o .KimVo 2,rt.T.i ir;ui
Idiiioia.V'ls ran ,AN.i.... i'-i.i-Z lt.s, S
-Vich.. 2." tSCW 4-Vt.s.S S. D S-T.sts XSt.VS)
Wis . ..l.fi.Ni,rt s.'.-im, Nei, 1.ow;.7wi tot 41
M uu l.s l.1'17 41. 4. Kn-l.t:4.VN
NORTH ATLANTIC UlVtSIOX.
Maine, rmi sal ll.::':t 'onr, .. T4.V-SI 12rt.ll
N. H... S7s.7 S-.milN. Y... S.L' 4 .'i3
Vt Si irt si N. J . .1.4.I.01T . 1
Msss...a,2a.so7 4So..'U:'l'enn...i.i-V574 sti'sANm
K.I.... oto.:si3 w.Mii
SOITH ATLAXTIC PIVISIO-s.
ls-1 . ... 17.k;i 2.:m. c. ..l.i:,3n S170
.Md .. .l.Mn.4 : luV.ss S. C. . . l.HT.hil M
1. C .V.-,172... .. 1.sh.. iv;.lss
Va . . .-I.n4s.wi i, V lJu.i4i
W. Vs.. 7tki.4-H I41.W-1I
SotTHKKJ! CENTRAL DIVISION.
Kv l.sv.,4 S w.74 Ia 1.1H1.KN irnws
Tenn ..1.7B..7.-S 2:i.-4 Texas. Jt,i:l ,i 0411.-71
-slm... .!.n.iT3 XiAeVif't'kla... t.l.7n HI 7IH
Miss. . U24, t-7 li .ai.Ark .. ,l,l:tv.av
Mont... 131,7 :.6l.iNev 4l.f7 K.'CTi
nyo .. Sviiv .V siii Idalo.. M.'i'i M.Slti
voio sr .!-. , .in.nss vt sh:. SS'.MS I74.i
N. M .. ti.-sK 2J7 re . . . . : l2.4i 1:C.7-S
A. T... se.in'l is.i.llcsla ..l,ait,oe ;i,3i
Its-i. . :uu.iUe liwi
In discus-ing the elements of popula
tion. Porier n marks tbat iu tbe principal
table of his bulletin tbe states are grouped
as North A 1 antic South Atlantic. North
ern Ceuiral. Southern Central and West
ern, and con Uu lies: "This grouping Is a
natural one, and by the aid of it certain
cbarscterstic features in the development
of ibe states are brought out. The North
Atlantic section is primarily a manufac
turing section As a necessary result of
the predominance of manufacturing there
is a great development ot urban popula
tion. Indeed, more than half of tbe in
habitants are grouped in cities. The pre
dominant industry of the northern cen
tral states is iigricnltura. although in
many of these states manufactures are
now acquiring protiiinenne The indus
tries of the -south Atiat.tic and southern
central sections are siiil almost entirely
agricultural, while in ihe western state
and territories the leading industries are
agriculture mining and graz ng."
The Ficores for the utk.
In regard to ibe popu:sti,,n of the
southern states he says: T.iroiigh tbe
south Atlantic and south, ra central
states the rate of increase has
diminished, and in ni t of tbese
states it has dimiuishcd very mate
rially. A certain reduction in the per
centage of increase, esecially 1:1 the east
ern part of this region, wss lo Is- expected,
due not ouly to tbe operation of gen
eral laws, but also to the fact that there
bas been mn-iderable migration from tha
states east of tbe Mississippi river to tbe
westward, and but little immigration.
Taken together, however, tbese two causes
by no means account for tbe reduction in
Ibe rale of itict rase in these states. The
- rest cause is to be found in the imjierfec
tions ot the census of W0." He gives a
table w hich illustrates tbe difference be
tween tbe census returns of tbe past
three decades A typical Instance is
South Carolina, where the peremt. of In
crease (vomica to 170 was 3. from 1R70
to it was 41. L, and from lsvtj to 1M
Nevada's Heavy Ife-crease.
Vermout and Nevada are s, wo states
that show a decrease in population dur
ing tbe decade. In tbe former there bas
been a trifling absolute decrease, while
Nevada shows an absolute diminution in
population of 17,3 or nearly .9 per cent.,
leaving It, in population, the smallest of
all tbe slates.
DESTRUCf !VE CONFLAGRATION.
CblUicetbe, Ills., la the Crasp of the
Flames Heavy I .names.
Chic'oo, Xov. L-The following lias
been receive 1 in bis city:
Peoria, Ilia.. Nov. 1. Fire started at
8:3u o'clock last night in Alcock, livery
stable at Chillicothe. Ilia , eighteen mile
distant, aud spread with great rapidity,
burning all along Main street, and
throughout tbe business portion of the
city, and is still raging at tbis hour, 12:50
a ui. The loss up to tbis time will ag
gregate rlOo.UM. An engine and hose
cart was rent to the scene of the conflagra
tion from IbU city.
Short In His Aeroaut.
Pittsburg, Pa, Nov. I. -Van Abel, the
confidential clerk of tha La IL Harris
Drug company, is missing, and his ac
counts are tlu.Klu abort. For tbe past
year he has lived beyond his means. Har
ris & Co. say tbey know where the young
man is, but do not car to prosecute.
Abet made a fall eoafessioa before be
left and turned over to the firm his house
hold goods and other valuables. This
property will cover about one-third of
Time It money.
niE WOIILD'S WAY.
The Woman Reaps the Harvest
SEN3ATI09 IN A CHICAGO CHURCH.
I Foibld the Marriage" stings Out a
Ihe llriile aud tiroom Take Their
I'lsres Only "tine More t'nfortaaate
Whose Claim Are Met Amide aud the
Wedding Uoea on Tha Uld, Hid Story
Told Once Store.
CitK-Miii. Nov. I A wedding party that
had 110 pnrttcul.tr feature to distinguish
It frrm similar parties, iiioitulei the
steps of Ibe little church of St. Stephen,
at Taylor and Johnsoit streets, Thursday
tvctimg. Miss Ut-rtmda Howe was about
to be married to Frederick Burke, of 217
South Halsted street, by Rv. Carl N.
M oiler, w hen a startling Incident uiter-rnpU-1
the ceremony. As the pastor re-
ciied the formula ns to whether auy rea
son existed a hy the couple ought not to
be married a tall, fragihs, blackayel girl,
bearing a baby in her arras, etepoed for
ward and sternly stid: "I forbid the mar
Wns Filed lor Ihe ttreamloa.
The chureti was crowd-si with friends
who had come to witnes the ceremony,
and as tbis lombsbell declaration was ut
tered everybody started up in amaze
ment. The groom's ruddy f cs paled and
he slaggen-d as if he had received A mortal
blow. 'Ihe bride almost fainted at tbe
altar steps. The elergvintu wis aghast
nl the niieXiected turn of evetiut, lb-da-mantled
nil rxplauatioa from tbe woman
a ho had stepped out of a front pew to
dispute the carry, ng out of the marriage
ceremony. The gi-iiom recovered his
c.Mnp -sure first and wMaiervd to his bsst
man 10 bring a paper from bis overcoat
picket. T"' d'S'llllleli t was then hvided
to ihe clergyman and eviden Iv proved
ajtlisfactnrr, for the ceremony proc -e led.
Made a Vale I'retest.
The girl, who was Sirah Hsrris. pro
tested, ibsL-laring that Burke already had
a wife ami family in Canada and also that
he had promised to m.trry her liet re be
had told her of tils previous msrrls e. But
hefore the altar sL-ps the groom d ctare I
tbat be was not married and that Ihe
woman Strah lltrns hat signet the
document, then In Ibe minister's hand,
giving up ail claims on bim for the s-t
port of her ami their 011IL The clergy
man was noupinsse.!. B it the solemn as
severation of ihe gr-Mini that be had
never Iss-n rotrne 1 an I ibe pr iliiclto 1 of
the ibs'iiment siguel l-v the g rl Ssrsu
llsnis were satisfactory to liiiu. slid b-
fell tie co'i'.d not do other w.? than pro
ceed with the c--r m iy.
A finable eelra.t.
dm Irom the little catirrhtne newly
married couple passed, followed hy their
freads. ll.it into the darken! dismal
stree; pss-s Sir h llrr, c utcciag her
ball) to her br -a si, all her hopes gotta an I
her reputation l-b-l : I f irer-r The wel
ding pir.y pa-se I he.- !.- as slid wt'ketl in
the si,.i I iw to sc., I itu-rr (ii.in N o te
wis tie r- lo oler a w m-.I of sv 1114.4' h ; 10
thewoniin whohai b-ea dec -iv.-l and
bet r.t ye! bv b.-r win 0:11 liver, Freleti k
One Mute t ufortunute.
Tl.es: ryof the ess- as td I by those
who profc-s lo ku iw is as follows; link
made Ihe a-n'laliit.-in- of Miss Han is
whi u she was a d-i io-stic i.i a fatn ly In
el Adams strv-el. II- Is-ssiiie infsto
a'--7 with the pieti y dituiest ic. Miss II r-ii-In
a I ill l-l.n-k h ir s, b!.tc eye ! girl
with clear cut tesiiites, aad she inadesa-l
hav.s- with ibe besilollb. sqssp.ibi.
gris-. ryni.in I'nrf lir-t tnel in Derviu-b-r
l-vs an I six lit .iplis a terwmrd b
came euga.-e.!. li ,rke il. ferre I th mar
na.e lime after Inn -, an I in April, this
tear, a l.sl.) wns Uirn to itiem.
hicnetl Iter latm Istr lr alms
Five we-ks Is-foro th bir'b Miss Hir.is
pi-c-ire I a warrant for hi srre-t and he
as arraigned b.-fore Justice Whon. lis
then swo-v that he bail a wife a id ft inly
in Cm id v. ant wis diiiar-t Wu ,k
an-l ill and wi ll i, , f.j -,i Is 1. hl.i her in
her gr.-ai tr-m tie. M -s II i.-.-is sig i. a
paper giving up all ci inn-01 U ir for
flin au l thu pavra-nt o' tlir ditotor' fees.
She was III s.ir.- ne I of in .ie au I w ill,
itigly accepted the ami:! pniiinsi, to on
o:Iere I her T.ie b.soywts oir i .ii t ,e
hospital, an I Burke ref.tselto ek iol
Confronted ltetre Ilia Fieure.
Thiirla.- morning Mis, Harris wts ar
tle.1 lo 4le.tr lb . Her lt-l- A,'er Wis golug
t-i la- 111 si ri 1 1 111: titi n. Si- w -.it to
see the bride m I t d 1 a -c 1 1 r.- 1.' her
siiff.r tijs an I des-r.i 11. I' ie g- , -j was
s nt i-r. b'lt hn, iii u, e.in e.o dne-l
lie mailer away. It lit-i-i,-i n ; 1 .1- le
C ive.i womsti went down 10 t i - cunrch
dciei min.sl to frits' rite I he 01 nr.ag of a
loan l.o al n-1 ly h id a w i.'e sit tonilv
iu Caoa Is. But she w is ,g uu tbsiaied
10 d Mppotntnient, an I site .time t ssay
frota the cbnrch sn k at bean and weary
cf tin- web of deceit that bad la-eii woen
THE.Y WILL NOT STRIKI.
The 4 osl Miners t ur'u.le to H, and be
Their 4 ttni ract.
Tf.ukf Htt TF.. In! . Nov. 1 F.-r ysix
oelej;at.s, rcprvsii! aii : , ,n- ,;u.
ers. wcte iu ioti h.-r - Friday discussing
the question of striking or not striking.
Tbey thought of deinaioliug an a I vance of
lis cuts s r ton from .. 1 to May I from
both bisk coal and 1st uiiiiin.um opera
tor The hit timiuous muiers hare signed
a itl crut scale not i! May 1. and the bi.ark
tiail 11 im-rs have signed a scale of 7"i cents
per ii.m It is now ro.iineil by soiiis that
the ou: ra is were e:gur! otn lo m is
represeiitatutu. am! Ihe miner say that
they are not uhdg.tted by them. A Vote
upon ihe qtir-tiou of striking was tnkea
at the meeting, nml It was decide I not Id
make a ftein-tiid for nil increase, nor to
strike. 1 he meeting then a ij.mrn I
ill t,le Lark Carti- a Mi.-.
I r';t N -v 1. A large number ol ar
rests d riot .-r-have lasrn made st l.u.snn
Tne ls-lief 1- pret a.cnt that Tic ti 1 will
he divided into two cintons.
A prominent physician and old army
urgcuu in eastern lows was raiiea aw
from home for a few rtava rtnrins 1
absence one of tbe children conlr meted a
severe coia, soa nil wile bought bottle
- , f M . , . , .. .
ui vusmotriam s i:ougn ltemedy for It
Tbey were to much pleased with tbi
remedy tbat tbey afterwards used sev
eral bottles at various time. He said
from experience with it. he regarded tt
tne most reliable preparation In use
coins. Ana in mi it came the nearest of
ing a specific of any medicine ha
ever aero. For sale by Harts fc Bahn
"We have a chord in common." as the
wood sawyers laid when tbey began work
on the tame wood pile.
In tbe pursuit of tbe goo-i things of
-uis worm wc Aoucipaie van mucn; we
BAt out tbe heart And sweetness of world
ly pleAsures by delightful forethought of
tbem. The remits obtained from the use
A Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
til claims. It cures dyspepsia, nnd all
itomaca, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic. Appetiter,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ago nod
malarial diseaAee. Prion, 60 centa, of
AatoftaWskiac assvdsr. aUgaset i
" 111 1 asaaup. V. . i
EVER OFFERED IN TIIE TRI-CITIES,
AT POPULAR PRIOJSS
li avlwayi to be foand at
Robt iKrause's Clothing Emporium,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVLNP03T u.
I Pocket Cutlery.
W Lave Table CnUery.
( KiU-Ua Cutlery
Many ueful articles for tbe
Full line of mechanics' tools
THE H0LIIE SAVIIBS BAIK
(Casrted ks; las Lectstsrsra ef Illlsois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Upsa sallT rrsss tA.at.tatP. M . aavt ou Tsas
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Interen allowed on Detpotiu At the raU
of 4 per CenL per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
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stht te tae Aiistaiuam. Tlta saacers are uraatM
te frost t-anosriag aay of tt eaerm. kliasrs
and smarrta aoatea amotactaal Ay meecuUUw.
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-THE LARGEST A880RTMENT
la all st jis
Snow Shovels for Snow.
Coal Shovels for Coal.
Dirt Shovels for Politicians.
Loose that are suitable for Xmas prese-nt.
and bailders' Lardwarf.
OUR MEN'S CALF
BEATS TTTTT1 WORLD.
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
SOU Pounh Aveauc. Dealer la
Confectionery, Cigars and Toys,
School Books, School Supplies,
H. SIEMON & SON,
tdves aM Tinware,
Batter Banner Cooilnf nnd IleAtiag Stows And lite Gtrstso tV4ii( vtue
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1C08 SECOND AVU, KOCK ISLAM. ILh
taastssr ta Jtcsr aat
Second Hand Goods
Bay, mails a4 trsaes say article.
aaafaeursv f all kJaim ef
BOOTS AND SHOES
amaarsiay. arpejnuf asuia era- j
A lasrs ef feat
Arcade CIGAR Store
AKD TZUPKRAJfCX BtlXURO AND POOL HALL,
Wo. 1SUS SECOXD ATEXUX.
latasctst Csjats a ajatdalty, rat Auat At cigar call at tit AJcaaa.
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No. Ml! Seroswl Avraae
Am. R-. Wand. 13