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TILE fiOOK ISLAND ARGUO. THURSDAY. NOVEMWBHOlftJjO.
THE AUG US
P.hnM n-St-StSJK Iff 8"",a
J. W. Potter.
T.-l.Uy. Wc per moefh; W-kIy. J8.00
IIh rhsractvr. polltitsl of rellxloo. asr
In Kock Island eoonir.
Thcksds. Kovkmbsr 5 it90
Tbe republican are "notln It"
Tbe infant" industry is again on th
Thii It an "oft" JeM- I"0 republican
rc awsy off-
How does tbls sound? Good evening,
"O, tlist this, too. too solid flesh would
melt." Oet at "Hamlet;'
"Cheap and nasty go together," and so
tbe people hve recorded.
Mn. Jossrn L. Haas tbiaka that It !
always tbe onespected that happens.
VcKinlkt and Keed know now what
the people tbink of tbelr recent legisla
Figure! don't lie but there are omeez
ptrt Hart upon figures just before elec
tion. A TM the baitlr comfi the bonis,
Some drink Is siir tn-r nd torn
Bccsus llirjr wt itefeatrd.
With tbal peculiar humility bora of
being convicted of infamy, came out tbe
Union yestesday morning.
Tli t ntu is suggesting a coat of
arms for Cable. How would it be to
uggest a coat of legs for Gest
I hati kept tbe faith; I have fought
tbe good fight but I didn't get there by a
large majority. Grit Soliloquizing.
Tukhk are some things yet ansettled
tbe minds of our esteemed friends, Hon.
William 11 Gest and Barrister Joseph L.
Orders for empty beer kegs will be
received at the office of Joseph L Haas
until further notice. They are of all
sizes to suit.
Tiik first time this season an order
came to the Amies today to hoist the
cold wave signal. It should have gone
to tbe Union office first.
The votliie's dune.
The 8ht Is woo.
L'nyteM'ne, i-rar!. flinty,
A nu some h sve oc
The place sought
Ami tome are HU McGluty.
The next house of representatives will
stand: Democrats. 200; republicans 131;
democratic majority, 69. Reed's rule
was like a roasted maggot, short and
CD. Gordon will make an excellent
sheriff. He is not only well known, but
he has hosts of friends throughout the
county who will be glad at his success
He deserves it.
"This is the state of man: Today he
puts forth the tender leaves of hope; to
morrow blossoms; the third day comes a
frost, a nipping frost, and then be falls
as I do.' Ott a " CvUey.
Bi jnst and fear not. Let ail tbe
ends thou aimeat at be thy God's, thy
country's and thy constituents, and then
If thou fallen, O Cable, tbou fallest a
blessed martyr. Oettat Woliev-
"I told you so. Why did you not
listen to roc? I had a scheme by wbicb
the thing could be done, but you fellows
will never listen to reason." And the
speaker figured diligently upon a shingle
how tbe whole thing was managed.
The Union complains that tbe birds
which appeared in the Aaout last night
were a "mangy looking lot 'and that
they "oidn't have a tooth In their beads."
What was the necessity for teeth? They
swsllowed Gest whole in a way.
For Sal The republican commit
tea and the remnant of a newspaper,
along with a large assortment of pierc
ing cries, known as "calamity shrieks.'
These will all be closed out at once, as
the proprietors are going out of business
and have no further use for them.
My dear Mr. Gest, we are in tbe bands
of our friends. There is much variety in
this life. In fact, it is tbe spice of our
existence. How would you like a job as
bridge tender? In such a place you might
be able to cast an anchor to the wind
ward. Regards to Joe Haas. Burn this.
As the Union emerges from its bed of
filth it must feel an utter detestation for
the part it took in the recent campaign.
The dead was no more respected than
tbe living. If it could have accomplished
tbe defeat of Mr. Cable it would have
felt gratified in accepting a place In the
lowest dominion preaided over by Plato.
That enormous tariff on' coffins and
tombstones was a .terrible drawback to
Mr. Gest yesterday morning. When the
shroud was finished late the sight be
fore be scanned tbe 40 per cent increase
on materials for the grave and thought it
was cheaper to invest in soothing syrup
than to pay the extra charge for tbe
other things which he helped to impose.
I have ventured like Uttlewanton boys
that swim on bladders these last four
summers in a sea of glory but far beyond
my depth, my high-blown pride at length
sunk under me and now I am left to the
mercy of a rude stream which must for
ever hide me. Vain pomp of flambeau
clubs and tbe glory gotten from brass
bands I bate ye. Unhappy is the man
that bangs on voters' favor. Oat at
In his eloquent speech in the demo
cratic convention at Monmouth that oom
inated Mr. Cable, Mr. Gay C. Scott of
Aiedo, in seconding the nomination be
fore tbe convention, said: "If yon nom
inate him he will run neck and neck with
Gest to the south line of Mercer county."
Yesterday the following telegram cam
from Mr. Scott: - .
Aledo, HI., Nov. 5.
J. W. Potter,
Rock Island, III:
"Neck and neck to south line of Mer
cer." Gut C Scott.
Mr. Scott's prediction waa not only
' .amply verified, but Mr. Cable did even
better. He beat Gest to tbe south line of
Additional Effects of the Polit
THE BELATED RETUKSe COKING IH
Remarkable Keaalt in KDin-The F.
M. M. A. Hwtns to H.n Located Ita
Business End In That Mate MeKlnloy
and rratar Both Urates In Ohio 1111
oia In Donbr, Kaeh Party Claiming the
Legislature A Deniorrntle Majority In
Cengr of 130 Estimated Newt, from
the Path of the DUtarbanee.
Chicago, Nov. IV The Democrat do
not yet concede that tbe Republican, have
carried the Illinois general assembly on
Joint ballot, and the result seems greatly
in donbr. Gen. Palmer, tbe Democratic
candidate for United States senator, say
that his Information ia too meager to er
pess an opinion of the result of the elec
tion, in the Fourth district, Xewberry.
Dem., is elected over Attains by a plural
ity of 137. Estimated returns from 64 of
th 103 counties of Illinois, which ret urn
Include Cook county, give Amb?rj, Rep.,
lV,e-3l plurality over Wilson, D.n.. for
slate treasurer, and KlwHr.l-t, Kp , 8,!M
plurality for state superintendent of pub
lic instruction. The same counties two
roar ago gave Harrison 14 5 plurality
over Clevelitn.l, at which time Harrison
oarrled Illinois by 22,104 plurality. Should
these estimates be sustained, ami the
same ratio continue Amberg will 1 elect
ed by about 14,010, and El wards by about
Democrats Oaln Fire.
The following are the congressmen
elected: " First district, Abner Taylor,
Rep ; Second, Lawrence F. McGinn,
Dem.; Third, Allen F. Durbirrow, D-m.;
Fourth, Walter C. Newberry, Dem.;
Fifth, Albert J. Hopkins, R-p.; Sixth,
Robert R. Hitt, Rep; Seventh. Tnonia
J. Henderson, Rep.; Eighth, Ch:irl-H A.
Hill, Rep ; Ninth, lwis E Payaou. Ri p.;
Tenth. Philip S. Post, Rp ; Eleventh,
Benjamin T. Cable, Dem ; Twelfth. Scott
VVike, Dem.; Thirteenth. William M.
Springer, Dem.; Fourteenth, Owen Scott,
Dem.; Fifteenth, S. T. Bussey. "Dem ; Six
teenth, George W. Fithitn. IVm ; Seven
teenth, Edward Lane, Dim.; Eighteenth.
William S Forman, D.m.; Nineteenth,
Ja-mes R. William, IVm.; Twentieth,
George W. Smith, Rep
Roth Claim the I.eicUlxlitre.
I.ATER Both parties are cUim a
legislative majority on joint bxllot and
the Democrats are hopeful of eh-rting
Palmer to t' e United Siates senate. Hie
Republican state central committee in
ant a that it will control the general at -sem'ilv
bv rive or six on joint ballot. Int
the Democrats viiorouily insis'. h tiliiy
will have a maj .rity r.f one to three. The
rexult ia atill in ilonb". The house will
certainly lie verv close, with the i hainea
infnvorof the Democrats on the face of
the incomplete retnrns.
The F. M. B. A- Meat a Ocmoerat.
The latest returns from the S:x'eenth
district indicate that Democratic Con
gressman Fithian has been defeated by
Reiler, the Farmers' Mutual Benefit As
sociation candidate, by a majority of
This Is probably correct and will leave the
Illinois delegation eU-ven D 'tn'T its.
eight Republicans and one Farmer' Mu
tual Benefit Association.
Tlie State Ticket.
On the face of the incomplete an I esti
mate! returns the reu.t on the state
tiikt in Illinois is as follow-: Fran.
Amt-erif, Ren , candidate for state treas
urer, is elected by ,iKJ plurality over Ed
ward Wilsm, D-m. Henry Raab. D-m,
candidate for state superintend.-nt of pub
lic instruction is elected by 10 0t) pinr il
ity over Richard Edwards, Rep.
In Ibe race for the chrievalty the resulr
is undetermined, and will probably be so
nntil tbe official count is made. With
twen'y-five p.-ecinets missing Gil!rt,
Rep., has 7'J". maji ri'y.
GREAT SCOTT, KANSAS I
The Farmers" Alliance Has flail Its Own
Way Out There.
Kansas CiTT, Mo-, Nov. r.. The R-pnV
lican candidate for governor is la?ateu;
flout of seven Republican congressional
candidates defeated; Senator Installs' re
election a sobjec of grave dou.'it. That
is th" stiuationin Kansas. Eighty-two
thousend Republican majority has been
overcome The Farmers' Alliance di i it
and it is was a treniilne surprise. The
chances for the Democrats gaining in
some districts tras bright, i n1, no surh
overturning of Republican majorities was
A Single Republican Elected.
For the first time in msnv years the
Repub'ican delegation is broken. Only
one Republican is elected, Hon. F. H
Fiinston. from the Second district. Tbe
Democrats were successful in the First
district electing Thomas Moonligiit over
Rroderick. Rep., by 10.000 majority. The
Farmer' Alliance csrried the other five
districts, electing Clovtr over Perkins.
Rep . in tbe Third; Oriseiver Kelly in the
Fourth: Davis over Phillips. R?p in the
Fifth; Bik T over McNallin, in the Sixth
and Simpson over Hollowell in the Sev
enth. Tbe Kansas delegation will stand:
Republicans 1. Democrats 1, Farmers' Al
liance 5 '
Bad Outlook for Ingalls.
The Farmers' Alliance and the Demo
crats waged war against Senator Ingalls,
whose term expires In Wi, and in a mi
Joriy of tbe districts ran one of their can
didates against tbe Republican candidate.
The result is the certain election of 5
Famiets' Alliance and Democratic legis
lators against 30 R publicans. Some of
the majority may vote for Inzalls, but his
pponenis claim that there will be a ma
jority of 6 against him
THE BUCKEYE STATE.
McKlnlejr anil Foster Both Irfeated
COLIMDCS, O, Nov. The Republican
atate committee, on unofficial retnrns re
ceived from seventy-five count es and the
balance estimated, claim the Republican
plurality on tbe head of the atate ticket
will be between 14,00 J anl 1 5,0 JO. The
committee concedes the defeat of .M( Kin
ley by about 3tfl. and F.ister ly or 100
Tbe Democratic candidates in th- ottit-r
oloae congn-ssional districts received ma
jorities ranging from 5K) up waul, with
tbe exception ot Cosgrnve at Cincinnati,
who is deflate 1 by Scorer, Rsp., by i.7i0.
One of the most remarkable Djtnrcrattc
gains was in tbe Eleventh district, where
Patiison Dem., waa elected by 3,100. with
a gain of '.ntW over last fallVvc' - Ihe
Kepi.h c i t . ii i. re conc-de the dele
gation lo cu i.-ress will stall 1 seven Rer
jul.li ans n forteen Democrats.
On the let urns rceive(f on private ad
tires, the Detnocra ic committee estimate
the Republican plurality oi the head of
the tick.it will -be lib nit 10.1)00 and think
it m.iv f ill Iwlow these rignres. tin un
ofncial figures they claim MKinley is de
feate l by 3H n I Foster by 3X1 or 4 10
Their estimate a 1 1 the numerical stsnd
iiig of the delegation is the 'same as that
of tbe K publican coniniitlee.
A-xorling t. the returns s far re
ceive I i he I dim itnnre s neri elee'e I are:
First di-trict, lielUmy S orer, Rep. ; S?c
ond. J .hn A. Cald veil Rep ; Tbir i.
George W. H iuc-i. D-n: : Fmrth. M. K.
Gaiitit. Dem : Fi'th. Ftel C. Itvton,
Dem.; Sixth. I). D D mvan. D-tn ; Sev.
enth. W H H tvnes. D -m.; Eight h, 1. D.
Hare. Dem.; Nimb. Ouihwaite. Dem.;
Tenth, It .ia-rt E D.tn, R-p; Eleventh,
J. M I'aMis.,,,, D.-m.; 'fwrlfih. W. H.
Enochs. Kefi.; 1 birti etit1", I -vine Dungan,
Dim.; Finr ce-ii i. .1 . 0.ven, Dea ;
Fiflei nt i, AI. 1. !I irter, Dem.; Sixteenth.
Jul n G. Wa wck, D-m.; Sevetiteentli. A.
O. JVnr-i"i. Dem.: Eightrenlh. J. D Tay
lor. R p ; X neieeulh. E B. Taylor. Rep.;
Twentieth, V. C. la 1 .r. Rep.; Twenty
first, Thomas L Johnson, Dem. Seven
Kepubl.cniM, fourteen D.-ruocrataT
McKlslef llndonbtsdiv Defeated.
WTr.B, O., Nov. . Owing to the
aon-arrivnl of return from two precinct
official count could not be made yester
day. Warwick will bave 391 majority
over McKinley; Qrotnley 827 over Ryan.
This ia baaed on retnrns received at Dem
ocratic headquarters. The chairman of
tbe R-'pubiicnn committee says Warwick
wnlj nut have over ttSJ.
What's the Mat tor with Hoi:
CakTOJT. O., l-m &---McK4nley'a great
gain of 3,730 np to last night lacks t
electing him. The official count may
change this. There has been trouble in
getting news from Holmes.
" PENNSYLVANIA'S FLIP-FLOP.
Pattison, the Democratic Mascott,
Elected by Over 16,000.
Philadelphia, Nov. 6. Complete but
unofficial returns from every county in
the slate give Pattison. Dem., for gov
ernor, a plurality of over Delama
ter. Rep. The Republican candidates for
lieutenant governor and secretary of in
ternal affairs Watres and Stewart, are
no doubt elected. The latest returns
from the twenty-eight congressional dis
tricts of the state show the election of
eighteen Republicans aud ten Democrats.
The present delegation from this state
s ands twenty-one Republicans and seven
From the "Deeatrlcks."
The following are the congressmen
elected. Both contestants claim the Sev
enteenth district, but complete returns,
which, however, are not ofli. ial, give Elli
ott 100 majority: First, B ngbaui, Rep.;
Second. O'Neill. Rep.; Third, McAleer.
Dem; Fourth. R-yhnrn, Rep.; Fifth, Har
mer. Rep.; Sixth. Robinson, Rep; Sev
enth, Hallowell, Dem.; Eighth, Mutchler,
Dem.: Ninth, Bruner, Dem.; Tenth,
Brosius, Rep.; Elevtnth, Ammerman,
Dem.; Twelfth, Shonk, Rep.; Thirteenth,
Reilly, Dem.: Fourteenth. Rife, Rep.; Fif
teenth, Wright. Rep.; Sixteenth, Elliott,
Dem.: Seventeenth, Wolverton, Dem.;
Eighteenth. Atkinson, Rp.; Nineteenth,
Beitzhoover, IVm.; 'I wentteth. Scull,
Hep.; Twtnty first, Huff, Rep; Twenty
secoud. D.tUtll, Rep.; Twenty-third, Will
iam M. Stone, Rep.; Twenty-fourth, Stew
art, Ks-p.; Twenty-fifth, I-hillips, Ind.
Rep.; 1 wmty-stxth, Griswnld, R-'p.;
Twentv-seveiith, Charles W. Stone. Rep.;
Twenty e.ghth, George T. Kribbs Dem.
FURTHER FRCM THE EARTHQUAKE.
Retnrns from Indiana. Iowa, Wisconsin,
lNniWAP.ii.is. Nov. a. The D mocrats
will have a mtij riiy in both branches of
the lefcs'nture o.' a'aint twen'y-five. The
following congressmen are elected, the
F.rst district lx-iug in doubt, "out proba
ta y carried by I'arrett. Dem ; Second dis
trict, .1. R Bretz, D-m.; Taird. .1. li.
Br mn. D 'tn. ; Fourth, Willia.n S Hol
man, Dem. ; Fifth, G.-orge W. fooper,
D.-m.; Sixth. Henry N. Johnson, R-p.;
Seventh, Wi'iiuti I). Byniim, D-m.;
E glith. E. V. Brooksl.ire, Detu ; Ninth,
Daniel Waugh. R-p ; Tenm, Dav'd Pat
ten, Dem.; Eleven h. Augustus X Mar
tin, D -m.; Tweln h. C A. O. M. Ciellan,
I), m ; Thirteenth, Ii F. Shively, D'tn.
Reports from ail parts of the stat.- show
t'e lhat ent're D -mocratic s'ate ti.-kei is
e'ecte.l by bi maiurit i. s. nnd ii ni in
Mil hener. of t!.e Ki'iiui.ic:in cora-nitree,
e r.t-(HlfS the i.-fea of his party b,- a'u..
One Third ot Iowa lteporte.l.
Pes MoINES, It., N .v Returas from
one-third of tiie state show Democratic
gaius auflicicnt, ii' continued, to wipe out
the ReiMiblts-an nsnjority of two years
io, and uive a small Democratic major
ity. The congressional delega i-'n will
stand as loliows, as it now ap;ear: First,
Seerly.Dem ; Second.Hayes, Dni ; Third.
Henderson. K tp ; Fourth, Bn l.-r. Dm;
Fifth. Hamilton, D-m.; Sxth, 'Vhite,
Dem ; Severn h. Hayes, shor; t-rm, and
Hull, lull term, both Kets ; E g'tth.
Flick, R-p.; Ninth, Bowman. Dem.;
Tenih, Dolitver, Rep.; Eleventh, Ptikins,
Des Voinks, la. Nov. C Complete un
official returns from fifiy coitti'tes n the
head of the ticket sho a R -piiolican
ga.n of .V.C" over last y-ar. if this gain
com nucs the Republican state ticket
will lie elected hi S.IXHI to 6 mtl majority,
with Ihe i-ossiiile exceiitionof railway
Sliehigan In the Itont.
Gkand Rapids Misth., Nov. ft -Winans,
the IX-nio-raii; etindidate is elected guv
ernnr by from 6.000 to 1i,i0 maj irity an. I
Is gaining rapidiy as outlying dis.r.cts
are beard from. The ind cation ai; point
to the electiou of the lialance of the D-m.-ocratic
ticket. Ihe Republicans hal
fifty-six majority in the last legislature
on joitit ballot. As a result of Tuesday's
election the Dfmocrats will have a small
majority. Ciii(mnn in the First, F rd in
the Fifth, Whiting in Ihe Seventh and
Weadock in the Tenth districts are 'iirely
elected to congress. Rurrows, wno car
ried Ihe Fourth by 5.0iK tux years ago. is
elected. Ciilcheoti, iu the Nil I i, is '-i'-cttd.
The Secon-I and Eighth dis .L.s H.-e in
Anvlnrt's Fight In Nehrsska.
I.lNCiil.N, Neb , Nov. . i:-iur:is from
half the cimniier. of the state, utir.fSci.il
from outHide D.itiglass comity, t-ave Ilich
tnls. R.-p.. 36 W0; Boyd, D m.. Sl.TJii;
Powers, Alliance, 3 OOOL Douglas county
will give liiyd nearly 7,0 l plurality Tl.e
remauiiiig coun.ii-s in the st ite, however.
W:li probably give a plurality for Rich
ards of H.iski. il-Keigan, Democrat-Alliance,
will nave a majority in the Second
congressional district of not less than
700. Fryan. Dem.. is elected in tbe Flct
district by a small plnrnlitv. anil indica
tions point to the success of D irsey, R-p..
from the Third. Thomas Ogden, chair
man state Democratic central committee,
claims Boyd's election by from 5,UW to
Wisconsin 20,000 for Peck.
MlLWACKEK, Nov. 6. Latest returns
fro'n the state indicate a plurality of
i,('J0 nnd upwards for George Peck, Dem
ocrat. The Democrats elect a majority of
tbe assemblymen and the state senate. In
the lower house they will have a majority
of thirty or over, and in the senate a ma
jority of two. They elect seven ont of
nine congressmen. The Wisconsin dele
gation in the next congress will be as fol-
ios: rirsi nistnc , II. A. Uooper. Kcp.
Second. Charles Birwig, Dem.; Third. A.
R. Hushnell. D m ; Fourth, .7. L Mit
chell. D.-m.; Fifth, Georga H. Brick
ner, D-m.: Sixth, E. R. Miller. D.-tn.; Sev
enth, Frank Coburn, Dm: Eigib, doubt
ful; Ninth, Tl.oinas l.vuch, D.-m.
Delaware foes as L'snal.
Wilmington, IV1 , Nov. 6. Complete
returns from the whole state give Rey
nolds, Dt'isi., for governor 44. majority
and Causey, Dem., for congress 514 ma
jority. The city of Wilmington has gone
414 Republican on the head of the ticket.
The Republbans elect their county ticket
in New Castle county by 32rt majority.
The next legislature will stand. Senate
Democrat. 5: Republicans, 4 House
Democrats, U; Republicans, 7. There is
no United States se.:ntur to lie elected.
The Prohibitionists, who had a full ticket
in the field, polled bIkuu 150 votes in the
Boston, Nov. ft. The vote for governor
has now been received ft nm every town
in the state except Gosnold. Russell's
plurality is b.KiO. Bracket t'a plurality in
1ms was 6.7T5 Results in congressional
d strict. First, Randall, Ren.; Second,
D C. -M..rst. R-pj.J'hird. AmfK-w, D.-m.!
Fourth, O'Netrl. Ujm.; Fifth. Hoar. lMm.,
S.xth, Lalge. R-p; S.-venth. Cogswell,
Rep.: Eighth, Stevens, D in; Ninth, Will
iams, Dem.; Tenth. Walker, R-p.; Elev
enth, Coolidge, Dem.; Twelfth, Cross by,
Dem. The congressional delegation thus
stands seven Democrats and five Repub
licans, a gain of five Democrat.
Minnesota and tbe Itakota.
FT. Pail, Nov. . Full returns and
careful y prepared estimates from forty
nine of fhe seven'y-nine counties in Minne
sota give 1.C72 plurality for Wilson, Dm.,
for governor. As to congressmen It seems
prnlisble that thr-e cf the live are Demo
crats, in North Dakota the It-publicans
elecled congressman and state ticket by
from 2,1X10 to4,i Scant y any returns
have leii reitiw.1 fn.m South Dakota
a id nothing i- known aiaitit that state.
FrtitM Fai-OfT Waiiineton.
FtATH F, Wash.. N..v o -R turns from
ISO pn cincis g.ve Wiisnn, R-p, fur con-gre-a,
11,15V, Carroll. D.-m.. 8.M9 If this
ratio is maintained Wil-on's majority
will exreol b,0.H Tim legislat ure will
probably stand: Senate Republicans,
81: Democrat. B Hm h.nnl,iin..
60; Deiuocrala, 28. H is thonght that
these figures will not be materially
changed by the complete returns.
IIactpokii, Conn.. Nov, The Connec
ticut ie, iUiare Is ten to sixteen Ropab-"
governor fiftv -three short of a popular
licen mt s..l,.k h-iw ivj t- r
Dn.jur.L). ,,;. ai re. urns will continue
to b iiw I sc iii.-ri ig votes, aud i- is evi
dent u eii-c i n lias ie;o msde. If
so the te .isl.itare will e e-jt Merwin, Rep-
The New York Election. .
New YiiitK, Nov. A Of Ihe thirty-four
oongiessini-n to vciich this state is enti
tled the Deuiocraia Tuesday elected twenty-
.lie i::..l tl.e R.-puldic.ius thirteen. The
D ..iiiee.iiK :!.um the assembly ? Demo
crats hnvig b --n i-lec'e 1 and 61 Repub
licans 1 h.s makes 4 tie on joint ballot.
New Mexico 1,-Hiocratio.
Albi's ;jit:j j. X 1., 'uv 6 The edi
tor id i n- A.o.iq 1 -kj 11 D-mocrat says
the iiiili.vsiiot.s ae him Joseph, Dsm.,
lias ran led le 1 am Htes i.i New Mexico
nd that me D-'iiKK-rats will have a ma
jority ot the seuat an I bouse for tbe Brst
lime iu ttveuty lour years.
1 he ata In Coogreas.
Nkw Vi!!K. Nov. 5 From tbe returns
so far received, thos- who are watching
that feature of ihe elections, figure out
1 bat Ihe Democratic majority ia the Fit
ly -second congress wdi b i3i, or there
llmiiteriii Win Ih Montana.
liKLfcNA, Mont., Nov. 6 With all the
-entities heard from save two, and allow
ing the Republicans Ihe same majorities
chey bad Inst year, Dixon, Dem., ia
elecled to congress by 4a0 over Carter,
Kansas Ciry, Mo., Nov. 6. Returns
from Oklahoma territory are to the effect
t hat Harvey, Rep., is elecled delegate to
i-Oiigress by about 1,00.1 majority over Mc
Coy, Dem., and Crocker, Farmers' AHi
ttnee. The Nevada Election.
Reno, Nev., Nov. 6. Advices from va
rious parts of Nevada indicate the elec
tion of CoL Cord, Rep., for governor, and
Bartine, Rep., for cougreas by majorities
lie I ween 5,0.0 aod 6,000.
California Is ttepubllean.
Sam Francisco, Nov. 6. The Democrats
concede the elect. 0.1 of the entire suue Rs
SOME SOUTHERN STATES
libera the Republicans Think They
Have a Fighting Chance.
Little Rick, Ark., Nov. & Tbe Ga
tette, D mocratic. says: "In Arkansas
ue have re-elected Cat in tbe first and
llreckiiiridge in the Seeood district and
restored a solid Democratic delegation."
Returns received at Republican head
quarters iud.cale tbe election of Langly,
t uiou Labor, in Second district, over
I treckinr.iige, D-ra., and Fatl.erstone,
I uiou lab r, iu First district ever Cate,
I . in. The Farmers' Alliance voted solidly
uh the Democratic psriy. If Langley
and Feat iierstone are elected they owe
t 'ieir elect ion to Ihe Republican vote.
Two Republicans from Tenneosee,
N ashville. Tenn , Nov. 6. Returns
are com. tig in very sloa'Iy. John P. Bn
; lanan, Dem., for governor, will have be
tween 25.110 and S'.Ond mi j .rity. One
Republican, Honk, and one Independent
Republican, Butler, are the only breaks
la the coi gresstonal delegation.
One Doattful llislrlrt.
Ralek.ii. N. C. Nov. b.-Newbnrne,
Dem., cominn-s to make large gains in
the congreS i mal vote in the Second dis
trict, it is impossible as yet to predict
the rrs'tlt there, as some heavily Repub
lican comities bave not been heard from.
A Possibility In West Virginia.
Wheliino, W. V., Nov. 6 The indica
tions are that the Democratic party has
made a clean sweep. Smith. Rep., for
congress in tie Fourth dial rut, however,
still claims his election by a small major
ity. Tbe state senate will bs a lie.
A Farmers Alliance Victory.
Nokfoik, Va., Nov. . Lawson, Dem.,
is eected in this (Sjcoiid) district over
Doa den, regular Republican, and Mnr
dsuuh. Ind. Rsp.. by 6.W majority. Law
s.n is a niemiwr of the Farmers' Alliance.
THE EX-PPESIDENT'S VIEW.
leveland Rejoices in the Resalts of the
New Your. Nov. 6 Ex-President Cleve
land, in an interview with a reporter of
t ie United Press on the results of yester
day's elections, said: "I am delighted. I
challenge the right of any man in the
country to rejoice more heartily that I
over the results of yesterday. My grati
fication is that ot an American, proud of
his fellow-countrymen, who, though led
away for a time by party prejudices and
by blind conn leoce in cunning and self
it h leaders, could not be deluded to their
r iin. They have demonstrated that in
deaiing with them it is not safe to calcu
late that they are slnpid or heedless of
the welfare of their countrymen.
Hut of the Democracy.
"The necessity of tariff reform with its
consequent reduction in the cost of living,
aid the duty of the Democratic party to
a 'vocate it has been fully demons! rited
by the action of the people Tuesday.
Of course there is nothing for the Demo
cratic party 10 do but 10 push on the bat
tle at all times and in all p'.aces on the
liaes which they bave laid down; that is
to insist upon a wise adjustment ot tariff
taxation to tbe reasonable needs of tbe
government, as opposed to the plan
which enriches a favored class at the ei -p
nse of the masses of the people"
Waiting for th Bark Counties.
Washisgtos ClTT, Nov. . Secretary
N b!e was in a cheerful mood yesterday
when a reporter of the United Press
csl'ed npon him to ascertain his views of
the election, but he adroitly refrained
from committing himself freely, girin?
as an intimation, that he never acknowl
edged defeat nntll all the back counties
htd been beard from. He remarked that
he was a great believer in philosophy.
"Jly thnt I mean," Slid tbe secretary,
"ttiat if the Democrats have succeeded ia
gaining the house, I believe it insures the
eh -ft ion of the next Republican candidate
for tbe presidency."
Reed Decline te Talk.
Portland, Me , Nov. 6. Saker Rued
absolutely refuses 10 speak on tbe result
of tbe elections.
A SPECIAL LAW FOR HIM.
Te Bloody Fate of a si vac Whose Flat
.VnriMOKE, I. T.. Nov. 6 The remarka
ble career of Tom Starr, tbe notorious
Ci erokee desperado, which has lately ap
peired in print, recalls an incident in his
lifi!, the plainest statement of wbich
sounds like a romance. Bill West was
old Tom's brother-in-law and the most
powerful man of his day in the Cherokee
na .ion. A blow from his fist was as dead
ly as a Winchester bullet. With tbis
fmmidable weapon he killed several men,
an I a law was passed declaring Bill's fist
a deadly weapon. Old Tom and Bill had
bis n cli s? companions, but one day they
qu srreled over the division of tbe spoils
of plundering expedition.
ProBtlnc hy Hia Own Crime
West struck at Starr, but the wily mv
l;i' dndg.Ml the blow and at the same
time deftly placed a long, keen knife
blade H-tween the former's rib. This
was the tragic end of Bill Wert. At this
tine the-e was a re war I of IS. 00) offered
for West's head and 15,000 for that of
Stsrr. Old Tom was in need of ready
cai a and determined to rndr" tbe risk of
las ng his own bead by trying to secure
tht rewnrJ 00 that of bis brother in law.
So, after killing West, he cut off his
hed, put it in a gnnny bag and proceed
ed to Tnhlequah. the capital, where be
presented his gory charge to the chief,
with pmof that it was tbe right head, and
det landed the reward.
Han He Cnlleeted th Reward.
The chief and tbe treasurer are bxb.old
me 1, and they knew old Tom's, reputa
tion. They also knew that the reward on
West' head was only fi.W), while that
for old Tom's waa $.".00a But Starr wa
the himself and meant business. At
the moult of a six shooter the treasurer
forlced over 2,000, and old Torn departed
wit s tbe money, to the delight and aston
ish! Bent of the -people of Tableqnah with-
. t- ! 1 1 . - J
uw annua m person .
A PruOlaklo Horso OssL
K tw York. Nov. 6. F. C. O'ReJlty.
whist Tuesday bought Hanover at-ff
Dw er sale for 15 S'JO, sold the hoteeaa.
ten av to Milton Young for a0,0(..-
MARRIED FPU GOLD
May Weds December on a
AH OLD BS IKES PROMISE.
A Marriage le 4'oavens.we That Leek
l.lk a Failare tor Ma I weir Tear
ef Nursing an InvaliU Aim tt Wasted
Time The r..rraet Mrs.. Bradshaw
fcav Her llri.i.nsrhs Lr A grad
te and Hnw It Was smashed
Ottawa, Out., N .v. .H-M.-s. Jacob
Bradshaw, widow of the late Dmcoo
Bradshaw. of Hvnptnti. N B , hat been
left in desiitute i-ircumsLvie s her
year o'd husb tn I having willelhis for
tune of some fTti. oofl to the Baptist chur.h.
A few years ago Mrs. Bradshaw. a young
woman, ont of sympathy and in Ihe e
pecta ion of securing the old deacon'
fortune, married D.-aoon Bra.lshaw, who
was then Hi esri of age
Ike Yoang Wldew's tit or y.
In laying hir case before the Baptist
mission, aba said: 'Something over twelve
years before his death, having lost hi
first wife and fee ing the nee 1 of having
some one lo sympathtxt with and rare for
him in bis declining . years, be came to
me, and asked me to become his wife,
telling me at the same time that he was
worth a large amount of money, with
which he would supply ail my want
through life, and would pr vi,ie amply
for me in ca-e of his de-uh. He was worth
at that time not le.s than SO,tio to tX
000. A one of our interviews ho invited
me to a company him to his home in
Hampton. I went.
The Old Man's I'rnralae.
"He showed me his house, furn
iture and land, and told me lhat
he would give me ail these and
4.000 if I would marry him. and added.
If yon survive me at my death you will
receive yoor share of Ihe balance.' I
said, 'Mr. Bradshaw. how do you mean
thnt you will give thrtn to me' lie an
swered. 'I will g.ve them to you in your
own right, for you and yonr children.'
On these grounds I oonseoted, and we
were married. For twelve long year I
waited on and cared for him as tenderly
and devotedly as a loving wife could do to
an infirm and invalid husband."
Th Baptist Gebblasl All.
"I now solemnly declare before God
that I believe a great injustice has been
done me. The last ! of hi money was
taken from I lie bouse a few day before
hia death by the trustee of the Hampton
Baptist church, whom be bad made tbe
custodians of it. In all his consultations
with the trustees of tbe church and OI her
parties in reference to these donations
and his other financial business I was
never allowed lo be present." The widow
only got the house she lived in.
LIFE IN TIPPER ARY.
Seem Mlghly Ililttcnlt for a Man to Pay
Drni.iN. Nov. 6 No little excitement
was ociashwed in Tlpperary Tuesday by
re oris that a number of evicted tenauta
had e retly n deemed their holding, but
Were afraid to return lo take possession of
them. Suspicion having fallen on Mich
ael O'Connor, a foreman mechanic em
ployed on some buildings in New Tippe
rary, a crowd gathered opposite his hou-e
iu the new town and began assailing bim
with opprobrious epithets. A force of
police arriving, the mob was d is pencil,
and a guard placed around the i.ouae,
where ii was maintained tbrougao.it th
Reinstalled by Ih 11 lea.
Yesterday moruiug O'Connor went
openly to the omce of the estate and ob
ta.ued the key of bi old house Smith
Barry, the audit, having supplied hint
with men and carta, O'Conuorsoon bd
hi furnitnre and other effects removed
to old Tipnerary, under tbe protection ot
a large escort of police. Constab'es are
now stationed at tbe front and rear of the
building to protect tbe family from In
trusion. Will Be No Extra session.
Wasfixgton CiTT. Nov. 6. It can be
ststed on the authority of a cabinet offi
cer that the president will not call An ex
tra session of ci ngress. Th first of De
cember comes on Monday and congress
will meet in regular session 00 that day.
Only fonr weeks rerusin before the regu
lar session begins and members of con
gress from distant stat-w could hardly ar
rive lure in time for a session it one were
ca'tiel. These aud other reasons, it is
stated, have 11 the president lo tbe de
termination not to call an extra session.
A Haifa Million Dollar Fir.
BlVFAlA N Y Nov. 6 Last night
fire broke out in the Wells elevator, and
before it was controlled destroyed that
elevator, togei her with 350, 000 bushel of
gram, an adjoining malt bouse, with ita
contents; a train of freight cars on a sid
track in . close proximity, and several
warehouses. A b reman was badly hnrt
by a piece of flying iron, and several per
sons had narrow escapes, but no oue wa
killed. The loss will ptobsblv reach
A Canadian Proteetioul
LonikiS, Nov. 6 At an Imperial feder
ation meeting Tuesday Mr. Laurie, Can
adian member of parliament, dismayed
his fellow delegates by a speech in which
be praised protection as a policy ot th
highest value. The Star calls Mr. Laurie
a modern Balaam, who was brought for
ward to curse tbe McKinley bill bat who
blessed it instead
Three Passencers Killed.
SCRANToN. Pa., N.iv. 6 A wreck oc
curred on the New York, Ontario aod
Western railroad last nigat at a point be
tween Carbondale and May field. An en
gine tring to make a switch crashed
into another passenger train, run
ning at full speed in tbe op
posite direction. The engineer and
ureman jnmprd aod were only slightly
hurt, Charles Finnegan, a man named
Burke and another, nnm unknown, all
passengers, were killed, and several oth
er of the passengers injured.
An English Opinion.
Londum, Nov. 6 The St. James' Gsy
sette says: "The eleition has been looked
open with curiosity rather than any
deeper feeling. Little interest has been
taken in it. There ia no excitement over
tbe result, when it U evident tbat even if
the Utmocrats, who opposed tbe McKin
ley tar.fr, should have gained a majority
in tbe bouse ot representatives they would
be unable to repeal tbe law in tba face ot
a Republican aeuate and a Republican
' Fired by a Locomotive tsnarb.
CoLCMBi s, Ind.v Nov. 6 -A large frame
barn on tbe farm of James M. Perry, who
live four mi Ira north of this cty on lb
Jeffersnoville. Madison & Indianapolis
railroad, wa set on fire at an early hour
Tuesday morning by a passing engine
and consumed, together wiib l.ooo bushel
of grain, twenty fdtir ton of hay, two
reaping machines aud other larmiug im
plements. Tbe loss U e.timate I at t,Oul,
with p.i incurs nee of ttOOi
Adelinn Pattl IIL
Lost-OS. Ntiv. . Mme. Adelina Patti,
who wa announced t sing at Leicester
last nighr, i confined 10 her bed at tbat
place from the effec's of a aeverechiU
contracted while arte was giving' a concert
to 1-ondoti on Monday evening last. Tbe
perforuiacce has been postponed and .a
epecialist residing at B.rnnnghara ba
bten summoned to the bedside of the
Th Latest Parraase diver.
WashingT iS CtTr. Nov. 0 i't treae-.
Ury department hirch.msi J x) onuce
il m . , I v. ! 1 1 ...
vi nicrsi iuiiowsv j uirs 11
sand ouncis a dTi .06:4. T0.(
00J ounce at
A Deadly Beggmtlew.
EW I hate that fellow Dudds, tbe
tailor, fd like to murder him!
Charlie Why dont yon pay hi taUT
fB vroold probably die of nrprise
Fair Cnatomer Ba-re von EhelVer'n
- x iwueunu unoontKLr
New Clea-k No, ma'aa
bofnTi are tmmid.- Arnericav
BEEN UNLUCKY FROM THE START.
Tbe HvpsTM, Thai I llldd wllb b
Fai l Uivkb, Ma.. Nov. 6.-Th eolU-
I n i ff Barne.at last Thursday night, I
which th four-masted achoooer Csirnelin
Hargrave wa lo', call attention to
tbe ill fort on that has followed th
-hoooer from th first. Th Hargravaa
has been In commission about a year,
and her ill-luck baa been phenomenal
from the aiart While lying t ff Camdva,
M-. just after she wa launched, be lost
her a'ieh r and eight fathom of cable,
aod was seriously , delated in conse
quence. Her first Cell Ulna.
She took her first cargo. Ice, from Main
to Baltimore, and on her return trip to
Portsmouth, N. II.. laden with coaL ab
collided with a wreck in tow of a Ifig off
tne Virginia coast, and wa hally da-n-aged.
It coat th owner I J.OOI lo repa r
her. and four month later ae wa
caught la a gale wbich cart lei away her
fore topmast and fore rigging. This mi
hap oocasionesl another outlay of I1.U.W,
and an additional loan of time
Black In tb Mad lor Tea llsss.
Last summer lb Hargravrs sailed up
the Taunton tlrer lo r'oinersrt loaited
with coal, and was so unfortunate as to
ground iu In mud at her berth, where
aha was hung np for ten dar. Tbe
ac looner bad not cl-aml en- ngh to pay
insurance 011 her up to date, aud Ihe ma
jority of 1 lie stockholders w 110 contributed
tbe ts2,00 aha rrptesentetl were unpro
tected when she stent down.
BURNED UP THE BRIS-A-3RAC
A Caatly Fire at Tsew H.ehs.e, X T.
New Rhkli.K, N. Y.. Nov. 0 -AU.ut
o'clock esterdty moruiug fire was dis
covered iu the giocrry store of Ueurge
Ferguson. The flaims rapidly Bpiead to
other buildings baffling the rfforia of the
firemen to check them, and help was
asked of ill neighboring towns, and wa
quickly forthcoming. In on of the bull, I
iuit burned- a large storage warehouse
waa suited a large amout of furniture,
silverware and brie-a-brac, belonging lo
Ueiancey Kane aud Adrian Iselin. lb
linker, of new York, which were entirely
destroyed. Much of the property, which
waa valued at riVI.OiO. cannot be replaced.
Th loss on the outer property burue I i
estimated at H.'J.OOO, makiug tbe total
Fire in a business block at New Ro
che lie, N. Y.. We.lnea.lay caused a loas ot
Hon. Johu S. Clarkson, the ex-assist,
ant postmaster general, has gone to Asha
Ville, N. C. for bi health.
"Washiog day: paving off ol t score. hi
generally given by prominent Republic
ans at the national capital as the cause cf
tbe polit.cal landslide.
O.tiy une of I bo-e who wenl down in
the cnlli-inn at sea off I'-arnegst l.ght
bouse Oc; .10 ha been recovered In to
the wr-cks o.ie of Hie Viz?ya-4 wat
ers. Three thousand coke workers at Con
nellsville. Pa. alrtlrk Wednesday to en
force Ihe reinstatement of a discharged
workman. Seven thousand more threaten
to g out.
William Summers bream drnnk e)e
tion day at Liberty. Kan., and rai-ed a
distiirlsn.ee at the polls. C..utali!e John
son at temple I to arrest hi m. ken Sum
mers nl Ihe const a hie deal.
A match to the little lliatsier bs.hr la rn
Ust Sunday near W.l.s,,, . , has just
erne itilo 1 be world at .Manchesler.
Conn. It weighed at birth one and a half
pounds and is Lr.gt.t and b al'tiv.
Thomas Carnes, ake I 14. shot aid killed
John Kertftison at Hsris.u v.tle. Ky.,
Tnesalay. The day before Ferguson had
called at l.'arn.-s' house in conipitiv with
eaeral desperate rbar.tcters an 1 mis
treated Carnes' father.
Wnnldn'l Not Irnst Nobis with th Hook
Washisctoji Cnv, Nov. -Keuner,
the New York supervisor, sli f a Mayor
Gram's representative, broiigiit 10 t bis
city the police census rnumrrat on books,
and who refused to surrender thetn to Ih
secretary, returned to Near York last
night with bit ls.ks and documents,
after reiteration in a note lo Secretary
Tsoble il.at be could Dot 1 .art com ran v
With them. Th next alen l.y Mat or
Grant and McKrnney will be an ap
peal to President Harrison for a recount
of New York city.
Cmcs.in. ov. i.
'1 Le uu.i aliou- on the b ard f trade to-day
net as f.41 : Wi.ejt November, o iene-1
10. close I leo.r: Ie.eiuher, l M fUUSa,
e.nsel l.'is; .May. ene I Si.O is. Uoed
I. u. I'oru-.Vo. x Nove.uber. on-ued AB.-.
close I .Sr: 1 kT. in re. imentl Ic rs-l
XV; Wtv oieue 1 i.Ac. . Uel 44s, . (Ju-
S .'Miveniner 0s-ihsI 41 , Closel tTV-t
Isx-e.lilss-. oienel tr. cl"Wl 4-to-: Xal'
"I t lied 4M,-. ,,v-d .-. l-ork - November,
ot-ene I tsi. ckneJ .: Januargr. uprned
nil ctoet tin 1; ilav. ene-l aud
rlix d U le Lard - November, .peurd
SrtJI, ile,l .! .
Livj Stok-L"nioa ?. k a-d reiswt the
foloaing pr.-s. II at Market oaned
moderatslr asliw but ca.j; prira ie iosrer.
liitit gra-les. t3 '. in. raKn packing
t-l.TeVa: iniol. : u 4 l.y heavy tak
ing an 1 shi ipii.g lots. -li..Ji.
Pro ncet Hon r-Fat senarat r. SVi
c; fine gath red re m. r;. Otc: dainea.
flnsi fr.- h. SI M-: fr.-sh pacing atnrk.
101 -. Et-P.-.-h laiilei. !-. off. ai .
a.-per il. . tee h sis. stock. i;.iTi.. Live
isjuur --iil ke.iv tieus, .e per lb : snriu
t Un-kens. ;rSc. lur eys. s;s-i ig. sKs ;
durks, Ta-': . 14 ti.a. u p r i,.t. Po-
latoes-i - per Int. Aple - lib .ou green.
Nkw Yokk. Nov. S.
wbnU-No. it A abater ca h. do
Deeo,b r. do Jatuary. M 14. Can
No. S mixed cash. asr Uo S tm'i -r. in, ;
o I Kc. va. her. atlc. lla s -!st a. 7; .No. f
ruized rasu. 4 tc: do November. lec: do
lA-c. nib r. .s-Vc Kyan4 l ley - Nuaiinally
un. hatajteJ. t.irk vntu mm. JlLli.:k
Live St.s-k: Cattle-Varket dull at a d rl.ne
of luc f lisi grad e: po.-reet te brat
native atorr . ts W llitt; bulls and
drjr roa. S-t.'iSl 4 , shsrp and Lamb
Steaiy. sheep. .U'j4i ( ir .aoiba,
tiS'-IW rluss-M.r.rt rteady: live bora.
m. aai.tnv 1 v- u
Ray rUad prslna. t.nno&.M
Bay Tliaetav fc.
Bay WIM, HU M.
Card Woo$' O tera.
A Dromlnent nhvalrlsa and ni.t
urtreon in ess tern tnwa ... .il.j
from home for a few day. Darinf bi
absence on of th children contracted a
evere cold, and hi wife bought A bottle
of ChtmtMrlaln ' Coueh RsmsH. r. 1,
They were so much pleated with th
inuouy mat tuey anerwara used aev
ertJ bottle at various Hon. U said
from eiperienc with it, b tegarded it a
the moat relishk preparation ia use for
colds, and that it canv tb nearest of be
ing a speciac or say medicine be had
ever seen. For sala he lUsi a- n.v..
In the Pursuit of tha roan thlnow
'hi world wo nnUdpaU too moch; w
at out the heart and sweetness of world
ty pieasnre by aeUgbtful forethought of
them. The reeulu obtained from the um
t Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far eiceed
aii claims, it cure dyspepaia, and all
ttomach. liver, kldne and K1..I l
troubtea. It ia pct tonic, appetixer.
uiuuu puruier, aura cure tor agne and
malarial rUsiwsws Prion ko (
tefnwtareakbel pomtn. Elgtstet ef
EVER OFKEItED IN THE TRI -CITIES,
A.T POPULAR PRICES
Is always tbe found at
Many rueful arrj les for the
Villi linA it mwiitiia 1
THE U 0 LI IE SAVINGS IlkK
aarwTiaLariiarsrer Illlnr ,
MOL1NK - TT.it,
.'Jrj.-1 r- 5?,r
Intareat allowed on Dcspoeit at til u
h per vent, per Annum.
Deposits received ia amount 0f
es s v . M
11 ana upwaraa.
U4 from aTosTiec asror 11. on-rs. Mkl
nm... v 1
vaa BaiB-asa, Vice Pr4i: C . Ms.a.Z
uttZ' tWw a- Rek
BOLD K131L, riXIS l-s
W. BAKEK & VO. s
Itf rWtflV fWf 0asaf
Xo Chvm teals
.asi. naw- ass
.s. SLiant ruaTt.1
a arts, as m KraKa.
-- nf .rs--r il,i),Sfi
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We Lave s T. )e Cutlery. Jiqal!ij1r - . V ' ",Utr . tv
( Knnruilerv. ' h': ;"-., .ts. '""'
( Carpel S rrt Urr, t 'h ni v
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m rs.. sy P1M11 1 as
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mi. r-a...iia nrarr". 11a
iwri a a at ites.
laeenlr asrs ua r
liianaiilin sots biua
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mfr aai la raaaaanradiof IS
I Tta rs to all SMB-rrrs.
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Ihiijii nn ni 1 Dei as HJ , 1 im
-THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
obt. Krause's Clothing Emporium,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVtNPOSI IV
Snow Shovels for Snow
Coal Shovels for Coal
Dirt Shovels for Politicians.
Lous that ar saitaMe for Xmw
.... l i. it 9 a
OUR MEN'S CALF
BEATS THE WORLD. '
CARSE & CO.,
ii 1 t'uno
m O.I1 W .a a
H. SIEMON tfc SON,
Stoves and Tinware,
VlJMPS, NAILS. &C.
,H..I bi ai,, d litJ j.,
Tin, CoppeiV) sheet Iron Work.
MaKfr1anf all Iaa4af
A San . Salrltr
Lv-raia)tr, rr s fW -
1622 Second Avenue.
atlTrfitj. IK-icf jr
Cigars and Toys,
. a, (-A42 8,..
a 1-1 liniu -. . a-i.
ta $rm t4
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