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THE! ROCK IP&AND ARGUB, FBIDAY KOVEMBEH 7. 1H00.
fnWlthed DI1ynd Weekly" I" Sewm
Dc, Rock Island. 11L
. J. W. Potter.
Tms-Dally. 60c per month; Weekly.
All cnmmmifcsttftaa of a rlt1rl or nt"
Mr character, political or reltslou. mnm. hve
real bum uuebed for publlrttiou No Mch erU
tlcle will be printed over cttilooi uraaliire.
Anonynoa eommanletloo not not'd.
Corre.poodeiH' elicited from every tosrsiblp
Is Hock Island coonly.
FalDlT, NOVBKBKH 7
. A ti said before, remember, tbe tar
iff it tai.
Thb flower that bloom in the spring
tra-la can't compare with tbe votes that
come out in tbe fell. Still this may have
nothing to do with toe case.
Tbb Unl"n this morolDg contained m
cry learned article from the Inter Octan
upon "off years." It U quite touching1 as
it goes to tbe very marrow of the thing.
Tue republicana were promising Mr.
Cable before the election a j b in the
bouse aa paee. But then tbe republican
have not been noted rfcr keeping their
A coon miny republican newspapers
are now busily engaged in making pre
diction about the weather. Their ssy
inira are not quite so windy a those
they bate been recently civing us.
TnKHK is much able discussion going
on in the republican papers as to bow it
all came about, but the shortest way. it
stems, t j account for it is that tbe otiier
fellows didnt Ret the voti-s.
IIerr is comfort for McKinley who is
now doing duty at the bottom of the sea,
"drist in his best ahute av clothes " A
western editor has said that it was easier
for a jitckana to pass through tbe eye of a
last years potato than for a workingmaa
to extract comfort from any section or
schedule of tbe McKinley bill.
To none is the tesult of the congress
ional election more gratifying than to the
Annus, and of tbe congratulations which
greet Mr. Cable from every side none will
be heartier than those of tbis paper. Tbe
election of Mr. Cable is a source of special
pride to tbe A Furs; in tbe first place be
cause ita editor was one of tbe Bret advo
cates of bis candidacy as the wisest
more tbe party could mike, and
in support of those convictions
spared no effort that would contribute
to his nomination first, and bis
election after; and in the second pla-e
because the district has been redeemed to
the democracy by a man who will serve
it with credit to his constituency, to bis
party, and to himself. Tbe result ot tbe
election Is ample proof of the wisdom of
tbe choice of tbe candidate. '
See Here Mr. Katnaia.
On of tbe most despicable tricks of
the recent campaign of all tbe under
banded method employed to defeat Mr.
' B T. Cable in spite of the popular will.
, was tbe attack on Mr. Cttile through
tbe medium of so-called "Square Facts,'
; on election morning, by a number of Mo
line's big bugs in the g. o. p , chief among
whom was W. J. Entriken, ex-state's at
torney. In which it was averred that Mr.
Cable does not pay his taxes. Tbis
Charge was known by those who origin
: ated and fostered it to be utterly without
the least semblance of truth, but like
many other of tbe lies spread about Mr.
Cable, that mattered not Tbe hope
i which fathered it was that it would reach
the) masses of the people too late for
; contradiction, and that Mr. Cable would
! suffer In consequencee of the misrepre
entaUons. Circulars which were gotten
Out with sworn affidavits by Assessor
Barge and Deputy-Assessor Kimball were
gathered up by tbe same men who started
the false charge and hauled away from tbe
polls, in order that tbe work of decep
tion might not be blocked. Notwitbstand
, log that tbe contemptible, cowardly
scheme failed of its purpose, the peo
pie have a right to know the facts and
who pays the taxes.
For the four years preceding and In
eluding 1331), tbe assessor's books show
that the personal tax paid by Mr. B T.
Cable for the P. L. Cable estate amounted
to $19, 741. 26, while for the same period,
the aggregate personal tax paid by C. H.
Deere, S. XI. Velie and and 3. W. Whee-
lock, three of the wealthiest citizens of
Moline, combined, was $1.264 55. Fig
are it up and see bow many times what
these four Moline men pay together will
20 Into what Mr. Catle alone pays. Or
f you would look back over tbe assessor's
xokt you would find that Mr. Cable's
Axes actually paid amounted to four
:lmes as much in one year as tbe otber
.bree do in four years. Who pays tbe
.axes, Mr. Entrikinf
It is piece of silly business to blame
rir. Joseph L. Haas for tbe defeat of
3eit, a tome people are inclined to do.
foe dty after election tbe a Kurt gave
,ome of the reasons the most prominent,
lerbap. It was simply a case where all
' - people could not be fooled all tbe
""!' Gest and his party were making
lucks and drakes of tbe people and their
fishes. These radicals were insulting to
be verge of brutality with those who
. iked for an explanation that would ex-
' lain. Why, Heed, the boss, who would
tot permit a discussion of the McKinley
'ill In the bouse, after it came from tbe
onference committee, did not consider it
forth hit while to present his opinions
v r arguments concerning it when speak
3f to the people at Moline. lie was
. ushed with bis recent success in Maine,
nd he strode through tbe country In an
Verbearing way. talking in tbe people
iuch as a robust, bullying teacher
'ould talk to cbildreu who had not yet
utgrown their pinafore ttate. With
lame hypocritical, McKinley defiant,
imbezzier Quay buying a governor
just to see bow it would feel to own
ne,H as he said himself, "Billy" Mason,
:ting the clown on public platforms and
ben asked for an intelligent discussion
. Insuit his listeners by telling a dog
ory with the whole republican gang
-om Blaine down playing fast and loose
, itu the open facta no two of them
Uing the tame ttary McKinley saying
it bill would increase tbe cost of living,
ecd saying it wouldn't, and every man
lling a story to suit hit convenience
sd tbe locality in which he waa speak
g with all tbia talked about from one
id of the country to the otber, need
iere be any wonder that tbe party was
vv' And Gest did not better it any by hi"
tplanationt alter be recrhed home.
The lawyer is tbe only man who la 1m-
(Toved by code in his head.
TALKING IT OVER.
Speculation on the Election and
SENATOR GORMAN ON THE CAUSE.
Ho Think lUrfieilUin ratal for Either
Party Orator aherMan rise l"p
Couple f Ticket for I89i l.oile of
MaMlchairlU Talk A' Itrmocralte
Senator tram Iltinnl Men Who Want
To He Speaker Pat I'p Their Name
Some More Iteiurn.
Washington ClTT, Nov. 7. Senator
Gorman, in an interview here yesterday,
said that the victory of the Democracy
waa an expression of tbe people avainst
radical roea.ure,Huch as the R -publicans
brongh t forth lu rin i thi congrevi. "You
had the m ibing." he sil, "in 174,
when the i:e.n'. lirnns tried lo pns the
force bill. We carried Mmiaohuse. ts that
year. unit won a general, sweeping victory.
We held the house from that time until
tbe election before tlits. when the country
thought we had proposed a radical meas
ure, and we lost ihs present tione.
Cannot Abide Radlr.ilim.
"The conservative people of the country
are very nen-itive to anything which they
conceive to be radical. 'They have repu
diatad the Republicans for their radical
Tbe aenator waa askei if he thought the
victory would be laxting if it wonid
Rive the Democrat the next prei.ent
-It lrends upon their course If they
are cautions and conservative, they niay
expect a loni( lean of power."
SHERIDAN'S GUESS FOR "92.
Tho Republican Orator SiiageM a Couplo
of National Ticket.
Washington City. Nov. 7. Gen. George
A. Miern1.ni, the It publican orator, in an
interview published here yesterdar. says
that PaUi-on'H electiot as governor of
Pennsylvaiiia m .kes him a li.H inct pres
idential posaihility. "I think, indeed,'
uiul ten. Mieridan. "that he nil: b; the
nominee of Ins pr:y m.d that -he ticket
will read Tatiison and Hill' Think of
t'altiaon wonderful record twice city
comptroller or i'hiindelphia, once mavor.
and twice governor. ! there nnvthiu j to
keep such a mini from heading his tick
The Republican Candblates.
"What will our ticket be?"
.Maj. Mc Kinley wi.l b elected Kovernor
of Ohio in is-.il by nit lmninv majority
ami ni.lj.niv else will tie t Imulit for
tile lirst plnee. and so the ticKet w id read:
.jcmmey an. I t;e.i.' liieiv vti tre
Puttison and H.ll. .M. Kitil -y and K " d "
l.ul(e S4iiis by Hie F.tcc Kill.
Hi)stin", Nov. 7 Henry Cibot lxi 1;
author of the force bill, says: "We have
been badly and sy iarely defeated. I at
tribute It wholly to the rassaxe of tl
tariff bill j ist on the eve of a Keneral
election, niid tliesk'. iiully maintired scare
about htti'i prices. Time alone can how
the rnl elle. t of ihe McKinley bid. 'I he
Kepublican defeat ilo-s not alter my v ews
about it one whit. As to the election in 1,
if tl at had been the isiie the result i.i
M issachtisetiK would haw been very dirt
erent, for the people of this state aUvas
su-tain meHsures for hotn-t electio' s.
That the principle of ihe election law w 11
triumph 1 have no question."
The W.xhI Are Foil of Tliein.
t'lIH'.Miii. Nov. T. - Dipntche state that
Hatch of Mi Miri, lilount i f (i on;ia and
Bynoni ol In. li ttia are alrea .y out for
ajieaker of ttie Fifty-secirid coiikjres.
FROM THE BACK COUNTIES.
The Kelurn. !, ..t Materially Alter
Th..e Already Iti.
Chicago. X iv. 7. A ich cram from
Springfield says: "G.-n. Palmer last
eveinnn receive 1 a telegram fro:n Caith
aare saying that Kdvianisatid Myers, two
Democrats, are shown by trie otlicia!
count to have been elected to the legisla
ture Gen. I'ulmer, on r.-adinu this dis
patch, said: "I'h a makes 101 Democrats
on joiut baliof, a majority of one.' The
lot, the ceueral ext laiue I, include 1 the
F. M H. A men, all three of whom he
claimed, were pledged to his sup;ort on
the ballot for L'nited States s-nator."
Judyini from the late-t remrns Sena
tor Farwell says he will not lie the next
aenator from Illinois, but that John M
Palmer will succeed to those honors.
The Mate Ticket.
The Tribune this morning conch ies the
election ot Wilson and Kaab. Democratic
candidates for stare treasurer and school
superintendent. Wilson wins by S.4M
aud Mil all by Sa.nOO and over.
A di-putch from Kankakee says th.t
indications are that Snow, D -m.. has de
Wisconsin and Michigan.
Repor'a from WiseoiMin g:ve the state
to the Democrats by "a mrtce majority"
The Itgislature will be Dem.a-rat ic by
over 33 innj-ir.ty ou j nut ballot, aud the
prospecis are bright for a hoi tub. fu.
Senator p Miner's seat. Vilas will lie a
eaudidate and the nam-s of l'"l liilb-rl
M. Wooiiward, of I.aC'ro-s-, and Gen.
Hrairg. of Foud du I-ac. are Hsu heard
Michigan is Democratic by at leat M.
OU). Tbe Democrats wet seven cuiiiress
roen and the Republicans four. The legis
lature is IeiiiOrraf ic by -4 in tbe senate
and about 15 in the house, couutin the
Patrons of Industry, who hoi. I the bal
ance of power.
Nebraska and Indiana,
OMVHA, N'ab.. Nov. 7. lioyd. D-rm., if
elected governor by 4, OM to 5.00 plural
ity. Most of the Republican ticket below
govenor is eltcted. The Farmers' Alli
ance have the 1. siMtur..- and two con
gressmen and ne st oi the 't.unty offices
iNDlANArt'Us, Nov. 7 Half Ihe town
ships in the state in their returns show
an averair Democratic ain of iw-uiy to
the township. IMs wid make in state
Dem'xraiic bv sl in: .' mioi) t he Demo
crats sleet elew- i at of tliirletoi cofitfress
men. The lepis aiure w :!l lie D mocratc
ou joint tiulot by s.xiy-eibt.
DEVEI:, Nov. 7. Unofficial s'ate r
turns give Townsend 3 tt, K mi i J.lH L
Tbe Republicans elect tie re-t i toe
ticket except treMsurtrr, stifi. r'- t- " lent of
public instruction and attoi ir.-.enl.
The legislature on joiut baib.it wi.i stand
forty-nine Keptibluana. fony-wx D-mo-crats;
a gain of fourteen fortiie Djiiio
crats 'Ih.a insure Teller's te election to
the L'nited Stales senate.
Latest from Ir.wa-
DE3 Moists, Nov. 7 Complete unof
ficial returns from seventy-four entities
iodllale i he i-!cc ..n ol M F. bm I. R?p..
fr aectV'tary of stat. In 3,imii plnraiily
and the rest of tbe Republican ticket, by
pluralities somewhat m;ir lieu ler-
on. Rep, is elected to toiiijress in tlie
Third that net bv a maj irity of a?a and
Flick in the Kichth by a ni j.rilv of
The ileleKiit'on to ciiicr-s will
tand five D-mocrats and s.x K-publi-cans.
Itrflerick Iefeat Mm.nlicht.
Kan'sas ClTT, Mo , Nov. 7 The returns
receive! jesterd iy from Kansas do not
change the situation n,r eriaily as an
nounced heretofore. The ou v llnme.li
ate chance is the tvrlmn election of Hrod-
erick. R.-p.. over .I.Ktiliiir, Dj'ii., In tbe
r.rst conttreskion..' lisiriet. I his will
Waste tbe Kansas ile ea'i ui stand: Re
publicans '.'. Fatm'tV Alliance 5 Tbe
state ti k -t is still in doubt, with chauces
favoring ihe Knrinets' A liance.
Itepnl.lirans Carry North lakuta.
Min.se ilMi.is, Nov 7 The Journal'
Fargo, .V D , special eiy that incom
plete ret it i in ludica'e that the legislature
will hav -tii Repu blicnns out of 'M mem-
bees, Ihe UiUnee ix-i nz J.ride I betweeu
the Deni. crnts and Iu.lepi-n lenta. Johu
'. It lor coiiirresi claims 6 OilT ma
jority, but it may not gu over 3.U00.
Burke, Kep , for goveruor. will have 4.0 )
majority. The entire slate Republican
ticket is elected.
KT. Lori. Nor. 7. There will be a big
Democratic jubilee Saturday evening
Best in tbe Exposition Music halt Sen
ators Vest and C ickrell, Governor Fran
cis. Gen. Jonn M. Palmer aud the four
teen Denui -ratic eungressmen elected in
Missouri are expected to be the Speakers,
and Incident at the K lection.
EAC CLAIBK, Wis., JJov. T. Isadora
Cook dieti yesterdav from excitement. Ha
was elected sheriff ot this county last
Tuesday and bad been grea.ly agitated
since learning of the saccess of hi party
Condensed Ket am.
Ohio Repuhlicansctaim the Seventeenth
district. McKinley loam by about 220.
Merriam isel -ctei in Minnesota by
amnll plnnlity. The Democrats elect
Castle, Harris and U. M. Hall, the Re
publican Lin.l. and tbe Alliance, proba
bly, Halverson for congress.
South Dakota looks like tbe meat of
Connecticut's legislators will stand:
Republicans 140. Democrats 13ft. Mor
ris, Deni , lacks thirly-oue of a majority
for governor. Figures are partly unoffi
cial. Arkansas elects a solid Democratic con
The election in New Hampshire lain
doubt, neither party having a majority
for governor, r.nd both parties claiming
The New York legislature rs one Detu
oeratic on joint ballot, which will put a
Democrat in Kvarta' place.
Senator Quay t-avs the reason of the up
heaval was lack of Republicau votes.
California is generally 10,000 R pub
lican. BOOTH MEANS BUSINESS.
Tha Noted Salvationist at Work on HI
fa rent Scheme of Charity.
London, Nov. 7. Gen. Booth, of the Sal
vation Army, has lost no time in begin
ning to put in operation bis great enter
prise of redeeming the unfortunate
masses uf England. He has purchased
forii),00J ihe old brewery at Shored itch,
and will Tit it up as a bouse of refuse and
school of industry. Other centres of the
work will be established as speedily aa
possible in various parts of Ixndon and
when the metropolis is sufficiently pro
vided for the work will be extended in
circles radiating from tbe original centre.
Fund Are Coming In.
The genera 's promptness in entering
upon the undertaking has producd a
good impression. Funds have poured in
upon him with ;ut any pled-e on bis part
as to when they should be used, but it is
regarded as a wise and honorable policy
on" his part lo establish an experimental
s'ation whoe workings can bt observed
both by those who have already contrib
uted and those who are Inclined to do six
The step also shows the general's confi
dence in his scheme, for any failure of
the sample institution would have th ef
fect of at oncv checking the fli.v of coa
iributtons. 1 iniiress Vrederlek' Thank.
Kmpres Kiederick has written a letter
to Gen. Uooth, thsnkitig him for a copy
ot iiis ixa.k, -in Darkest K inland, and
prcmisim; to read it niih sprs.i i I interest.
Cardinal Manning has a. so wri ten Gen.
Rooth a letter expressing svmpathy and
encouragement. It is rejioited . h it Km-
peror William an I the czar have ex
pressed their approval of the scheme, and
that several English bishops liavo written
hopefully of it.
A h.-avy wind is raging on Lake Supe
rior, endangering the lives of hundreds of
It is alleged at Chicago that there is
cronkeduess in the Leopold tiros. & Co.
Hell it Co., provision dealers of Bos
ton, have failed. The liabilities are said
to be heavy
inertrsi .national oint or Ana 'or a.
IT- 1 '
asn , nas tveen authorized to begin bual
ness with a capital ol joti.ooo.
The corn -r-stoie of the grea'. Mauic
temp e, which is to be (.built in Chicago
was laid lliursday with imposing cere
Henry M. Stanley, accompanied by his
wne ami tier motaer, Mrs. Teunant.
reached Ntiv ork Thursday on the
Kvelin t Runoiswicz "a youaz P dish
woman, is starving herself to death at
H . ton. Mass, because her lover, wuorn
she followed to this country, ha de
Hauchwout Howe, - who ni'irried Miss
Mary IJutterworlh tbe day befor; be uied.
left ali his property to Ins mother, but
his wife joins in tbe petition for the pro-
oate or li e win.
At Phdadelphia Thursday Barbara
L-mprecfit killed her ti year-old daugh
ter. Mary, by cutting her throat witki a
ruz ir. She afterward made an Uasnc
Cessful attempt at suicide.
Filemaker, oue of the jumping horse
at t he Chicago horse show, beat the rec
ord Tiiursdav uitf.'it by jumpiug over a
bar C feet l'j inches fr .m the ground.
rvo-eia-rry Tai eil nve titues.
ii-d Ctderide. chief justice of Eng-
1 iin!, whose rtreiit visit to this country
w 1; b retnenviered. su:Te-el a stroke of
apoplexy in Ins c nirt room at London
Thursday, tlii co en ;oi is critical.
Annie Hobduv. 16 years old, and Belle
.sperry. 15, eloped Saturday last from
New Haven. Ccnn., wiih Charles Rob
Dins and Ldward Bassett, neither of
wiiom is much older than bis girl, and
none of the party Las been heard from
Ihe Itase It:, 1 1 Situation.
1'hii.aIiKLPIiia, Nov. 7.In parlor C of
tbe Continental hotel yesterday af er
noon a meeting of the leaders of the
Brotherhood base bail organization was
held fur the purpose of adopting some
plan by which the organization may be
continued on a profitable basis Tha dif
ficulty is the old one of too many clubs
for the attendance and the consequent
ios of money for the stockholders. The
object of the meetiug was to decide
whether tbe aiiktregation shall live or die,
and at 4 p. ni. the meeting adjourned
with tiie dett rimtiatioti that it shall live.
The idea most in favor is to buy out the
League club in Cities where both aggre
gaiii.ns hHVecubs, but the League wi.l
have some uing to say about this. No
plan w..s p rfecied. but another ineet.ng
wiil be i:el t Tuesday at Pittsburg,
A Remarkable Vesel Launched.
Baltim.i:e. Nov. 7. Ten thousand peo
ple cheer.-d tne reputed wor-d lieatcr
'Howard Cisard" as she was success
fully laiiucbeil at 1icust Point yes'erday.
It i- c'a ni.d that this iron steamship,
which i- n iis rucied for the Arrow
Steam-dim com. any. is capable of mak
ing mrn-ive m le an hour ..nd will rr
olutiotiire shipbuildins. Tbe vts el is
al ii claime I to be hre-i r.ait and uii-i:iKa-bie
Sae is niagniliiti'iitly appointed
thr rjgbout and will carry no fteubL
sals "MilllarT Poller."
V AsiiiM.TuN ClTV. Nj-. 7 Maj :en.
Schnlieid, c imuiati .ing lit! arm v. vester
day sulimitted his annual report to the
secret .iy of war. "The t mj has now
c . ii. sits the report, "when the fulu e
Dossible or probabie military tiecssitics
o"' ill.- count rv shoti!l dictate .a uiilitarv
policy." He i dvoi a es as urtat ati im rta e
l.l l lie li iin'H-r of s ale militia as c n i e
secure.'., the lorti Mention of our sea c iasi,
a id tie ti i 1 ling of an invinciole fle-t f f
each ol i he great oceans.
Ct.fttiaii 1 itrker in eesi.n.
Haktfoi:d. Conn , N .v. 7 The first
ses ion of the fifth ann tal c iii.u ion of
t e Christian Workers in the L'uited
S ales a. id Canada opened je-terday with
a large atietidance at the South Biptlst
hurcli in this c.ty. Al 10 o'clock am
the devotional and pr tise service- b gan.
led by the Hon.- W. H. Howlind. of
Tofmto. Rev. A. It. Torrey, of Chicago,
Cliairin iu ot the convention, delivered an
address, which was followed by the re
port .f the stc etary.
I ruittiug lliime Ills tltty'm Body.
New Shi k Nov 7 Ti, ..l..i
la 1 . i n ihe Isslv of Minister Linniln',
sou M 'sier Abreham Line. lu, was taken
from tbe steamship City of New York
yesterdav nr-riiing and transferred to
the Wi st Sin re railway sta iu in
Wee!..iw':;en. I" was put lu the
flirec .ir ' r r uh,,.;, I.-., I k... .,lUAU.l
the .n-p.isal of Mr Lincoln and his
family. The cur was attached to the
limited express, leaving at t-:S0 o'clock.
The remains will be taken direct to
An Over Production of Priest.
Londox. Nov. 7 Madrid ad tics atat
that great conaternat ion has been caused
In clerical circles by the news that priests
not of -native origin are tone expelled
from Mexico, aa the large majority of
""n" prieeta are irom Spain, w bare
toorouuw eiergy are already OTer
erowded. , .
TII H MERRY G UNV
It Gets in Its Daily Work or
KXT VEST, FLA., EID OF A PEST.
The Tnngh Ill-Mayor Laid Low t
thlrf of I'ollr The 1 error Ran
AKiulnt Ills rale nt last Rle't Tl
n Itai.t-liman Slmtntlv Wnnited bf
an Alleged Wronxed Hnsbaud A Mis
oni I .Indxn "Oet f.ven" with nn Ed
itor Momui Ml KV. Ala., Nov. 7. Ex Mayor
Cottr.ll, of Key West. Fia.who a few
weeks ngo dodged the Florida federal
offic a s and escaped to Alabam.A. a fu
gitive from justice, was shot lu tbe bead
and Instantly killed al II o'clock yester
day morning by Chief of Police Gerald,
of this city. Cottrell was drnnk Wednes
day ni-tht, and was arreste I by the polios.
He in -ulted the chief, and challenged
him t fight a rtueL The chief. In con
sequel ce of the threats of Cottrell. had
armed himself with a double-barreled
shot-g in and was sitting outside of his
office yesterday morning, when Cottrell,
drove up in a cab. After a few words had
been exchanged bih men began firing
with the result given above.
Received Two Deadly Wound.
The crowd soon gathered around the
ex-mayor'a form as it lay in front of Ibe
pobce dBce. His fret and body lay upon
tbe sld-wslk. while bis head and should
er lay upon tbe platform of the city
scales. The first shot passed through his
body, and tbe second through the f ice,
either f w hich would have proved fatal.
He was stilt gasping when the crowd be
gan ga-iienng. His right-hand pocket
was turned ha f outside, indicating that
he had bis hand iu his pocket when be
approatbei the chief ot police. A gold
headed cane layby his side. He gasped
for ten or fifteen minutes after he was
shou 1'. ght month ago be married tbe
dauglitt r of Congressman Henderson, of
TRAGEDY AT KANSAS CITY.
An Ki-Tngilist Kills a Wealthy Raueh
man from Texas.
Kansas Citv. Mo., Nov. 7. David H.
Greever. the well-known cattleman, was
ahot and fatally wounded yesterday after
noon bj Charles Clifford, an ex-pugilist
from St. u rrancisco, and at present a
salesman from New York. Clifford and
his w ife have been living at the Hotel An
drews fi.r some time. In returning to bis
room arier a abort absence yesterday aft
ernoon, Clitlord found the door locked
and Ureever inside. After Cliff ir.l had
etlecied an entrance to tbe room through
a windoiv Ureever oa-ned the door and
ran down the hallway.
'sier Hay It Wa Blaek Mail.
CI. fiord followed and shot him twice in
tbe Mile, each wound being sufficient to
cause death. la an ante-mortem state
ment Gn-ever says the woman invited
him into the room. He went in. wbeu
the i. u-band appeared with a revolver
telling him to bold up his hand. He re
fined and started for the door when
Ciidord shot him Greever U an exten
sive ranch owner in Texas and is worth
about f, M.0UO. Clifford has been ar
THE JUCGE AND HIS GUN.
They Pn para an Obnoxious Editor for
tho Other World.
Sedai ia. Mo.. Nov. 7 Col. Thomas a
Price, pteiideut of the Gazette Printing
c mipany .f this city, was shot and mor
tally wounded yesterday afternoon by
Jude John Higgina. of Pitt county,
while thej were en route to their respec
tive honies on a Missouri Pacific train.
Higgins was a candidate for renomina-
lion on iho Democratic ticket as judge of
the count y court, and waa opposed by
Price. Hitgius was defeated, and since
then be bus entertained a bitter feeling
A Lynching Threatened.
Exactly what led to tbe trouble is not
known, but Price received aa abdominal
wound wh ch is almost certain to result
fatally. Uiggms surrendered to the au
thorities it Houstonla, and last night
oucnu om iu receivea a telegram to come
after the prisoner at once, as fears of
lynching were entertained.
NO ..COUNT FOR GOTHAM.
ssycrotarj Noble's Latest Contribution to
Washtnctos Citt, Nov. 7. -"-Secretary
Noble last evening replied to Mayor
Grant's last application for a recount of
the population of New York city, and for
tbe second time refuses to allow the re
count. He quotes the mayor's last appli
cation for a recount and aays: "There
are some excuses presented by the mayor
why tbe paH?rs are sent on in the shape
tbey are, th n render it not inappropriate
to notice that the first announcement of
the United States census -at l,.M3,Sol on
tbe rough t ouut. was made as early as
July IS, last aud was then widely pub
lished, whiln the police count did not be
gin until Sept. 29, last. Thus seventy
days were allowed to elapse before any
steps were taken to cortect the United
Suites censn, if deemed incorrect, and it
is not thong it that any haste that may
now be requ red is to be charged against
the census b jreau as an unreasonable de
mand." Not BniBelent Ploof Presented.
The si ate n ent made in the present ap
plication, the secretary says that it was
not tbe inter-ion of the mayor. In calling
attention to t be enumeration made by the
police force of New York, to rest be case
of the city with ibe proofs already in tbe
possession of tbe census bureau, is incon
sistent with I is action in appealing from
tbe euperinu odent to the secietary. Ttie
superintendent in his reply to the mayor's
application h id stat-d that the demand
was without i he support of any facts offi
cially known to tbe census office, and that
a cs? presented in due form would be de
cided on its merits. If. tbe secretary
asks, it was tot tbe irjteti'.ion of the ap
plicant to res', his case on tbe proofs al
ready in the possess! n of tbe census bu
reau, why did be ref je to present addi
tional proofs, and to make a case if be
The K. foal of the Book.
The secretary says tbe proofs submitted
by the mayor ere admittedly imperfect,
and iu these circumstances to have given
tbe secretai y entire freedom of action in
tbe premises w itbout tbe supervision or
presence of at y agent of tbe applicant
was the least t bat could have been offered
tbe secretary. His position and his obli
gations were a 1 tbe sureties necessary to
entitle biiu to this confidence. "The re
fusal of ihe looks," tbe secretary aays,
"leavAtbis cae substantially where it
was when the .ast opiuion was delivered.
These books having been withheld, there
is no evidence whatever before the sec re
tary of the authenticity and reliability of
tbe police count or of any insufficiency
iu tbe United States census taken in
Bad I.ailway Collision.
WestNewto(, Pa, Nov. 7 The West
Newton accimmodation on the Pitta
burg. McKeesp rt & Yonghiogbeny rail
road, due bere.it 0 o'clock, ran Into an
engine aud caiioose one mile irom here
last night, wn-cking the two engines,
two coaches and tbe caboose, and se
riously, but not fataby injuring Conduc
tor V. Y Taj lor, of Pittsburg; R A.
McUulre, brake nan of Krao. Pa , and J.
A. Babciark. fls.tmao, of Coartiera. all of
tbe freigat. Tne injured men were re
moved 'o P.ttslnrg.
luilon and O Hriita at Philadelphia.
I HiLAbELPiin. Nov. 7 Ddlon and
0'Br.eu were given tbeir first public re
ception in Atn?rica at the Academy of
Music, lu this city last night, a larite and
enthusiastic crowd being present. CoL
A. K Hectare presided and Postmaster
r .eld acted as treasurer. There was a Da-
rade of Irishmen, and the academy waa
decorated with American and Irish col
on. Arch bU hot Ryan and Mrs. Pamell
were present. Dillon and O'Brien spoke
and the contributions footed op tl2,8tft.7L
The Terr hie liatorla.
FlMDLAT, O., N V. 1. Black dink tharia
Is prevailingin si epidemic form 1st Cyg
net, ( a village torth of t but dty. The
schools are all cloeed ant. bo sine la
practically suspmded ia tas) town. A
number of death have occurred, and
many persons art leaving tha place.
Chicago Ma tons Lay a Corner
A GREAT BUILDING WELL BEGTW.
With Brilliant Masonle foeap and Cere
mony the Work I loan fnralod A Pa
rade of a.OOO Members Homo lerrls
tioa ol a Mrneiaro lh.l Will He
t ighleen Merles llltfh, nnd ,lhe ret
ot Kulldlng ol ihe Kind la Iho World.
CHiCu , Nov. 7. Yesterdav was a red
teller day lor the Masonic fraternity of
this city, and, it mluht also he said, of ihe
whole northwest. For nie weeks work
men bare been tearing down the build
ings occupying the quarter o( a block at
Ibe nor. hea-l corner of State and Km
dolph slree a and digging for the founda
tions of tho ur.-st Masonic temple which
is to occupy I ne whole pac o.i the
ground, and an ituommou amount of
pace in the upoer regions of the atmos
phere. Yesterday all was ready for the
laying of the cornerstone, and that is
what made tbe day such a great one for
A Brilliant rrade.
There were numerous Masonic bslies
from the region round about Chicago in
town to take pan. lu the ceremonies. A feat
ure ot Ibe parade which preceded tbe
eorner-slou- laying were S iblime Princes
of the Oriental consistory and the mem
bers of the Scottish. Rile iu full r galia.
Tbe procession, which marc bed throuah
several of Ihe prlnc pit business streets,
were an iuiKsun exhibition Gen. Piti
si ruinous, marsiia'-ln-cbie', rode at tbe
head and was followed by the Second reg
iment band, the Oriental consistory,
Mootjoie couimandery, Apollo commsnd
ery, and a large number of local and
otber lodges, including the graudlolge
Tha taring ot the Btowo.
The column readied tne slie of the tem
ple about 8 p. m. and the grand officers
immediately proceeded with tbe impres
sive ritual of the onler prescribed for oc
casions of the kind. The copper box de
posited in the corner stone contained the
following articles: A copy of the pro
ceedings of the grand lodge of Illinois for
and of the grand romniandcry, K
T.; the grand chanter. R A. M ; grand
council, R and N.; a roster of tbe mru
bership ot all tbe Masonic bodies ia Cook
county; a list of the city and state of
ficials; specimens of American coins:
copies of all tbe daily newspapers, sev
eral Masonic medal, including that
struck on the fifteenth anniver-ary of the
grand lodge of Illiuols and a few others.
I e script Inn ol the Building.
The"prot-ion numbered aisut 4,000
persons. At night an elaborate banquet
was served at the Sherman house, w ith
2W covers. The temple w ill cost alsmt
-i.0o),UJ0, besides l,1000oi) pa'd for
ground and leases. It will be eigb'een
stories and 254 feet high, will be perfect
ly fire-proof, supplied wi b the most im
proved and efficient sanitary aud ventila
tion apparatus. In the center of tbe
bnilding will lie a rotunda 45 by 90 feet,
and reaching to the roof. The principal
entrance will be an arch 42 feet hign and
28 feet wide. All the material will be of
the finest kin 1 anion? thm lieing onyx,
mar hie and granite. The stories will
named as streets, instead of being num
bered. The seventeenth and eighteenth
stories will be occupied by Masonic halls,
drill rooms, etc.. and nn tbe root will be
a garden. It will I e the greatest budding
of the kind in the word.
They Thrash a Wife-Beater Tntll He
Nowl with rain.
TKRitK Hi" ate, Ind., Nov. 7.-Emil
Wuelfrodt. who found employment in
occasionally beating his wii'e. was warned
a week ago l.y the women liv.ng in his
neighborhood that a repetition of Ihe of
fense would entitle him tj a first-class
flogging. WueKrodt promised reforma
tion, but late Wednesday nigbt be again
assaulted his wife, who ran screaming
into tbe street. Several iufuria'ed
women rnshed from their houses armed
with rawhides and thrashed .Wuelfrodt
unmercifully. He ran down the street
pursued by tbe angry regulators, who
brought their weapons down on his
shoulders and across hi face at every
jump. Wuelfrodt, bowling with pain,
quickened hi pace and finally escaped.
JOHN ORTH, LATE ARCHDUKE.
Ra Sailed for South America and Has
Never Beea Heard Ot
London, Nov. 7 The mysterious disap
pearance of the Archduke John of Aus
tria is again called to mind by tbe burn
ing yesterday of tbe house iu Berlin
where the archduke, under bis chosen
alia of John Orth. residej for a lime
after he renounced bis title and started
out as a private citit-o. with the inten
tion of learning the shipbuilder's trade.
The bouse contained a number of Orth's
effects, left there after be prucseded to
Ixindon, including his will, all of which
are burned. The last beard of the ex
scion of royalty was bis departure from
Indon on a ship hound for South Amer
ica. Ihe vessel has never arrived at ber
port of destination, and ia supposed to
have been lost.
A Labor lavestig-ntor Abroad.
Ottawa, Ont, Nov. 7 M. Stepane
Jousselin, special delegate of the French
govern nieut, is in Canada under instruc
tions from the French minister of public
instruction, on a tour through Canada
and tbe Vnitod States. He expects to be
five month collecting evidence on tbe
labor question in tbe various manufactur
ing centers and interviewing the leaders
of the various labor movements in this
country. He will report to bis govern
ment, in company with a number of
otber delegates commissioned to make
similnr it u jiries in otber countries.
Freight Rate to Co lu.
New York. Nov. 7. A joint meeting of
tbe Trank line presidents and representa
tives of the Central Traffic association
was held yesterday. It was decided to
restore rales to the basis which prevailed
last year. The rates on wheat go up to C5
cents jier 10 1 bushels and on corn to X-Jij
tents, to take edect on the tAnh instant.
Salesmen Win aaUrtko.
PlTTSBrno, Nov. 7 The striking sales
men of the six large clothing stores of
tbis city yesterday won their strike. The
firms conceded tbe demand of the strik
er with the xception of oue or two
slight changes and will lo-day sign tbe
scale. Tbe men who took the strikers'
places will be discharged.
Great Fira at Uweasboro, sir.
Cbicagu, Nov. 7. Dispntcbes received
here early tbia morning stated that tbe
business portion of Owasboro. Ky.. waa
burning, with no prospect of stopping
the fire, as tha fire drniarlnum st
abled for want of hose. Ksl? had been
asked from Evansviile, Ind., rod Hender
son, Ky. "
Had a Fatal Quarrel.
Washington. Ind., Nov. 7. James Hop
kius and Ad rian McCrarksn vnnncr farm.
en, quarrel. si while goin homj from
c.iurcu ..e inesoay mgnt llopkio shot
McCrackeu, inflicting a wound which
proved fatal in an honr.
lecaltated by a Train.
Dover N. H.. Nov. T -Yesterday the
headless body ot a man Was found Ivino
on' the railroad track in this ei,e Tk.
man was evidently run over by some
nignt train, tits l-ten ity ba Dot yet been
determined. He was alKMit 40 years of
age, anu nve I eel. six I DC bea In hel.bt.
Selling the slewnrt Fnrnltars.
New York. Nov. 7 Tha nniIs ..i.
of tbe gold-iulaid fnrnil.ir. .,f
art mansion Iwgau here ye. U-rdav Tbe
prices real s si wre very la - -. . " Wring
tbe cost of ibe article. IV.. . ,A , will
mww me wb. urani suite.
The Miocreaal InMr.
TSIISTa. NOV. 7. A hrniih u ...
ploded yesterday in front of inemooa
men t erectsl tai mniflMnnHia k rrtet.
- - . uw tfaa
anniversary of the union ot Trieste to
Anafel. n . I .
-- w.m,uotj nn uamagci was
DenJr-Vsf Tk my
BALFOUR IN DONEGAL,
He Interview tho Priest and Talks to
the People Reply to a Katlooall.t.
Dl'BUX. Nov. T Wednesday litifour
and party left Gar rick al 9 o'clock a, m.
yestenlay aud after traversing forty miles
ot Donegal, arrived at Ulenlies at T n. nt.
Bail and aim a' Inaccessible roswls made
tbe journey a wearisome one, the party
lieing compelled lo do considerable walk
ing. Tbe priests at the various villages
visited were interviewed by Balfour, who
also inspected Ibe crops nnd distributed
money among the poorest peasants. At
i; leu ties llalfour addressed an audience of
laborers, a-aur.ng them of his sympathy
snd expressing the hop that lie would
And a way to dispel their gloomy fore
boding that the railroad to couueel (ilea-
ties with Utranclar coald not lie com
menced in time to prevent distress.
Aa Irish M. P.'s Opinion.
During Secretary Balfour's v.sd to
Datigloe.McN'ell, M..T. for South II megs I.
Jerlared lo him that bis efforts to la-tier
tbe condition of the country would be
fruitless unless coercion were almndnned.
Halfour. in reply, smilingly referra l to
'.he enthusiasm with which he ha.1 lsen
received every where a a justification of
Professor Kneha ploeeverjr.
Bki:LIN. Nov. 7. The National Zeltnng
says that a motion will prohably be in
ctodiiced in the landtag to provide for Ilia
rrectiou nf a bacteriological instil ute
which shall l placed under the charge
if Professor Koch The Emperor Will
tarn, who is deeply interested in the prog
res made by tbe professor In deteloping
bia discovery receives almost daily reports
from tbe laboratory. Professor Koch has
formally promised to make public prop
erty of the secret of his treatment for t'.e
eure of consumption by inoculation. He
seeks no material or personal advantage
through Ihe discovery.
Money for Agricultural College.
WAtdllNtiTo ClTV. Nov. 7 Secretary
Noble yesterday made a requisition on
tbe treasury department for the amount
necessary forth apportionment of t
(KM each to the following named stains
o defray Ihe exMtnsesof agricultural col
lege: Minnesota, Ohio, Michigan, Inl
iana, Kansas, Wisconsin and I.liuois. Tne
secretary in a circular letter to thegiv
ernors of ihe-e slates, especially rails
their attention to tbe law, winch pro
vides that no dis'incciiHi sha.l la mule
to student on account of their color
At ill Make nllery Over Here.
Iiximv, V'V. 7. Secretary D.tkinson.
of the Sheffield tool works, ba re til me I
from the l'nited Slates, where he made
an investigation of the slate of (he hard
ware and cutiery trade as affected by the
new tariff. He says It is err am I hat
many Kuulish firmn in iIiism line will
soon establish branches iu the t'uiied
Stales, as it will Is? necessary for them !
manufacture Heir good there tir lose
a large -art .if iheir American pitro'la.-a.
Islalilv at a Jitllillraiion.
(iKIIAI'llili, .Mas. X,,v 7. While ihe
celetirai ion in hoii..r of Ihe eirrllon of
Kussell as gov-inor was iu progress at
Miller's Kails We Ines.iay night a spark
from a rsnifire landed in a IkiwI of
powder, near w lui-b were men encag-sd
in loading a camion Toe owder i r
plixled, fn iliv lu. ruing Harry ll.m iiin,
of 'iiidse. Vt . snd serio.islv inj'iring
John A. lit Hun and Andre Kirlne, of
7 A sensational sh'ol
ing stT l it Mi ni
r.-l al Ovf. r.l yesia-rd.iy.
aoie has not U'eil leir.l.al.
Ito-il a revol vr at J line
P I! , ma-'. : i ue I'ni
'h. s, . . ;..iie-
A lady. li.is - i
flrtl I uo -b s
Fran, k l-ri tm.
versii y c. i .j
trstl i 1 1. i e
woiiii I '' e a
i 1 i ifl til ij a H-rioii
i il.l S- as-s-stii rsy ip-sl.
pained U hi .-. t'
Wrr lli- a' tlv k
Setltillly it j.i.
per al iiii
. W. o Killed.
Pa . N .v. 7 Two men
lo. aii I Samuel Hieel
l'.el an I Willi tin J'eltll
d i.y ibe crashing of a
11 .,'r mi.l ) e.enliy.
harsh' s hallooge aa I. Ilti.r.
1'AKIS. Nov 7. S rah Ifcrn iar l', c-iii-sider
ug hi r- f in-uiiel by unj re-
k in The Co-ira-r Francsis n-w
t Istrsonio challenge the au
t'HK Aif. ...
The in atlon- in lb b ar.l ul Irwlr l.b.iar
Wr'e a f..l : Wi.e.t Su.enibrr. ueusl
svlc. cki-e V,: LNsivmber. oi.ei ALiiii,
c-ei il I 4; .tla. ii'rml jl . l.-ej
$l.u;. f..- ,- o Nove j brr. i--nrd S.e,
clieel .ws : lierrtu er. i-d al iv-. r .i-ed
Ma ti.e.-el .'4iic lo e 1 .
Ns i N iv.-uil.sr. ojwsiel and ri.s.4-.i
ts.eUib.r. oienol lc. ii-l 4 e; .Mai.
is Tied and rk-sed es . INsra -Ncx-o her.
o-nel and ilu-et is.-. J n urc. p nrd
sl-.il, re ed ?11.1C) M. .pju?l jI:mi,
li- J I. Uttl - November. iprlMd
.I . t lisvi-1 . ii .
I.iv-Mo I nioa S' s k -iN re.tt Hie
foiusilii .t m Hsc,-Mrk-t o;s-ne.
nioderatdk' active; biJS V blfhrr pu I si
10c lomcr. btfui gra I-, 4At.io r irli
isukini:. l;j :o : niltrj. 4 lo. I.ravy
at kinit ant hifi-ing iut. JUi-.i.ji Ilk,
.r.oi t ..
I n oisr. Lutl-r- Kn y eara: r. rv.
!i : tine gathered . re m. S,t'k ca n..
fln.st fr- h. i'li. . fr.-sa sc.ing n-k.
WtlS. Kw-I'r !i .aillet. m.-s ,tt. Si i
21. ncr dox. i. eh. us- st- . ITKs,.. Ijn
pottltry -t'lii kens, tens, '.c per lb.; spring
chickens. 7 a; Sc. Inr e. sprina-. Si I';
lu. k. Tl, i-; ireese. 4 ii u p r do'. Po-lators-;
itr bu. Apples-Uli-ui greea.
t..'li.0i per bbl.
New Yokk. Xuv. 4
Wheat No. !rd winter n s .. do
Dsserub-r. l.m do Jsiiu-y, a'iCsj do
May. 114 ('urn So. S nn. .-V ';
do Lcemlier. :).; do Ja .. :v-,c.
On s vfuiet an I easy. No. - i.diel ,a-a.
tu; do Nuvrnitier. w; do Itcv-nin.--. tar.
KeaaJ Ui ley NotuluaL lls-s Ilui.. tu as.
til ij.lt rtl. ljr I Nomlaai
Live rn.sk: Csttl. Mur.et weak. I.al tiO
trading In tssev; dresse I beef, s.iw: native
sides. .4 -Ti, f V Sh.eu and Umi-St,.e' .
dull: blub . a sics :umr; sheep. l.'i i.i'. f)
lu) .am', ttt-ss'-cs-. Iiu. .iar-
--. il b-s, ,7 s i 1
Bay-rplaad pralne. Kooot M
ay Tlnwiiiy-o8 00C4 t ie.
Hay-Wllo, HO OU.
Osts t; a is
no i swsnii.
Oard WooStsM a 40u.
A proralDent pbysicUn nnd old army
surgeon in eastern Iowa was railed wey
from home for t few days. Duriug his
absence on of the children contracted a
severe cold, and his wife bought bottle
nf Chimbrlaln's Cough Reme.iv for it
Tbey were so much pleased with the
remedy that tbey afterwards used sev
eral bottles at various time. He said
from experience with it. he rrrrdd it a
tbe most reliable preparation in nse for
colds, and that it came the nearest of be
ug a specific of any medicine be bad
ever teen. For sale by Uanx & Bahn
In the Blirsnlt at tha enna n.lra
'his world wa antic into
eat OUt tha heart anel 11
ly pleasure by delightful forethought of
tucut. ut rest u ii ootainea rrom the use
ot Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
ill claim. It en re A inonili an.i -tl
ltomacb, liver, kidney end bladder
trouble. It U a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier. sure cure for ague nnd
malarial rllsasnns Pris an
kersasnafsarawhaktac soeaai. artek.
EVER OFFERED IN THE TRI CITIES,
A.T POPTJIjA.II PRICES
Is always to bo found at
Robt. Krause's Clothing Emporium,
115 2nd 117 West Second Street, DAVtNPORT. I A.
I'ocket Cutlery. 1
We have - Table Cnllery.
( Kitrben Cutlery. )
Many n?efal articles fur ibe
Full line of mechanics' tools
OUR MEN'S CALF
S3 shoe 3
BEATS TIHIIE WORLD.
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
THE MOLINE SA.IK6S BASK
(i nnej j the Leg wUtsrtof l:iiari
MOLINE. - ILLR.
Opa dalle rroa A. M. ta P. II . a,d or, Tse,
aa sad satanlar Krcnltuc frsai I u
Interrii alloweJ on IVspoaiu at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received ia amounts of
II and Upwtfrdn.
,3 private property of 'he Tratev I M,i.
""JTJ UfPrir. TbeoSVer are pe.X.lh
lea rmabarruwtoa ar Ii akvee. Miaura
rrK mj eAl 1.
Oreirvm. m r tr .
rEL'S""' V f-; C V. Msusauai.
Tarrs--S. W Wl,'k, T-on.-r aM.e.
. "eawr. f. lutasai. T
00LD MOIL, rita IV"
w. daki:r & co. n
1 fr; fr- mm
-1 - en H r L.
r-. e4 w u - -
" Il w " . . V. ....
"'.. I .t i l,eettH
a mmm 4.e s im.
"-"la Sireer. e,errkee
W.BAXZa ft C Dorchester. TLxm.
e r rttr a y .
all ,..,i.s lr M aJLfcJITJir
O l arkaoerVvVe!
..,,, aV Ckee.
'" ra-if ear
ii mm, sjaawt hwi
f sal la rn iieawliiej a
"tw-n-re. Wall M,"
l' n a li
r Xare la I
-TUB LAUOEiST ASSORTMENT
in al! stjles
Snow Shovels for Sn
Shovels for Coal
Shovels for PoUticians.
house that ar- suitable for Xmas
aril bailors' LarJware.
5011 Fourth Avenue. Drar ia
Confectionery, Cigars and Toys,
School Books, School Supplies,
TAELETH FTP m- i X
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and Tinware.
n.,tcr Banner Cn..hinC n.4 Heating S.v.. itKl ,U Cw4ipt
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
ir. second avu. itociv islam. ili
Oaalev ks Hew aa4
Second Hand Goods
-11. tr.v, , nkV. .m,J,
aafanararar all kaH'
BOOTS AND SHOES
OaWriMtWeasvaetaitr. kVpaota. asa ,aal, a4 sMaaja'f .
A aw a fear aiitas ses iisai. tfarf saBclla4.
119 8toe4 Avenee. R.h I..ella
IB1. "W. "WZLSTTBI,
ftua-Wal W ta.'
Arcade CIGAR Store
ASD TXHPXRAXCZ BILLIARD AND rOOL II ALL,
So. 8EC0XD AVEXTC
Casa-sall., Far Ic tifM call at Us -AJosis.-
I Petnr Dasterv. 1
Car- Mureiv-r. ' e-l
( Carpet Btrrtcber.
iaXf suaae af M mmn.
N. Kit rWraxl Irease.