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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS, WEDNESDAY XOYEMHElt 12, 190.
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THE AKO US.
IMbll.bstl Dally and Weekly at 1M Becond Ars
ons, Ruck Island. 1U.
J. W. POTTER.
Tssss-Dally, Wc V" nntl,i Weekly, $9.00
IIt. character, political or ,
rral nam. attached for P""'1"" f V""
tide will be printed ow flctlllons aiirnatnras.
AnrniTmoos communication not not'osd.
5rrwpmid.nce solicited Iron .wry towsahlp
In Kock Island coiinty.
Wednesd t Novmb 18 'W)
rJovi republicans are already nomina
ting Major McKinley tot the presidency,
Children cry tor bim.
Tlir Ice man now la on tne shelf.
The coal man gets the blame ;
But Ui lea man. after many daya,
Will get there just the same.
So par as yet beard from Matthew
Stanley Quay has caught uo sucker io
bis Florida fishing tnur.
Minnesota is burfed tinder 0?o inches
of snow and the republicans under an
avalanche of ballots. That's tbe differ
enee between Minnesota and the republ
icans. Tne country is still eafo. Blurat Hsl
stead has hopes for the republican party
in 1892. What would this country do
without tbe advice and opinions of tbe
Wit aro told now that if th: people
bsdn't talked about the McKinley bill
that tbe republicans would have been all
right. What's the mutter with the peo
pet Thev talk an.
Tomorhow Allen O. Thurman, "the
noblest Roman ot them all." will be 7?
years of siro, when a compllmentaiy ban
quel w II be given bim in Ohio by the
leading democrata of the nation .
Ignatius Donnelly,' the gentleman
living up in Slitimsota who thinks be
bas satisfactorily proved that Fhake
speare didn't write bis own books, has
been elected to tbe legislature in that
Tukre are a great number of canili-.
dates for speaker of the house. Springer,
Mil's, Crisp, Bynum and a few others
scattered over different sections of the
country. Springer would seem to have
It is somewhat early to let it be known
but there is a strong probability that
Cleveland and Blaine will opposeeach oth
er in 199;;. If they do not. then it is asked
before tbe thing goes any further that
the prophecy be put down to Wiggins.
Congress stands: From the south
and bordering states, democrats, 114;
republicans, 5, from tbe north, demo
crats, 120; republicans, 86. Please look
over the beads of this group and p'ck
out onu Thomas Reed if be can be found.
Tiik Springflold ReyU'.er thinks the
chief agricultural implement of the far
mers this year was a threshing machine,
which tbey used to good service. In
this Instance, however, tbe usual fanning
process was reversed the harrowing
came after tbe threshing.
A rkai-hlican paper says that Mc
Kiu'.ey's defeat was a great victory for
himself. It says that if be bad only held
out another week he would have been
tlected. If his defeat baa been a victory
why did he fight so vigorously for sue
cetsT And wbat was the necessity of
holding out another minute, let alone a
week? In 1393 ;he republicans will be
wading In tbe lame kind of comfort.
Toe St. Louis Republic nominates the
Hon. Thomas B. Reed, of Maine, for a
place among the minority members of the
committee on rules in tbe Fifty-second
congress. Sitting on the mourners' bench
there he will not be able to do any barm
and will have a cbance to learn something
about tbe right way to regulate tbe pro
ceedings of the American bouse of repre
sentatives. Republicans were fond ot.'poiniing to
Joe Cannon as a kind of watch-dog of
tbe treasury, because of bis being chair
man of the committee on appropriations.
Yet he reported and supported bills that
turned a surplus of S 100,000,000 or so
Into a probable deficiency of some f 60.
000,000. As a watch-dog Cannon must
have been a cross between a hunter and
setter hunting for opportunities, and
setting himself in a position to take ad
vantage. As the Peoria Trantcrlpt makes it out
that P. S.JCable has been elected to cm
gress from tbis district, perhaps it Is
useless to do anything but calmly sub
mit. However, tbe people here will
make one more effort and announce as
has been at least once before announced
that Ben T. Cable managed to squeeze
In by nearly 2,000 majority. It also
speaks of W. A. Gest, his opponent
The trouble about tbe matter is that
neither P. S. Cable nor W. A. Gest.is
known In tbis district.
Therk is one thing concerning the re
cent election which will not admit of de
nial, and that Is if the democrats had ex-,
erte'd themselves in lie Dry county, the
borne of Einmsn, that that gentleman
could have been elected to the state sen
ate instead of Crawford, whose support
was reduced about a half from that of
his predecessor. Whatever the cause
oversconfldence, apathy, negligence or
anything else tue democrat la that
county have themselves to blame and at a
time, too, when every man should have
been more than usually vigilant.
These was tbe free trade crank, says a
republican Nebraska editor and he
speaks for tne states generally the soft
money crank, tbe prohibition and anti
prohibition cranks, tbe anti railroad
crank, loati-of-money-to-every-farmer at-1-per
cent crank, the political secret so
ciety crank, the mortgage crank and a
large variety of miscellaneous cranks on
every conceivable subject, and when they
made a raid altogether they knocked tbe
stuffing out of us and there we are.
And to tbis should be added the McKinley
crank, tbe Reed crank, tbe Cannon crank
Billy Mason crank, and the Lord knows
how many other cranks f a varied as
sortment, all joyous over the opportunity
of bleeding the people and filling tbe
pocket of their eastern manufacturing
fnends. It was tbe intelligence of the
country that beat the republican party
this year and It matters little whether
they acknowledge it or not.
Captain of Police Phillip J. Barber, of
Baltimore, Md., ays: Salvation Oil has
been used at our station the psat winter
for rheumatism, neuralgia, pain in the
back. etc.. and I have yet to meet with Its
equal. i.e. v
Powder ly's Knights Go into
'Session at Denver.
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY GATHERS
Aid rata of the Head of the Order A
Proposition for the Dissuasion ot the
Tariff Queatlon aa an Educational It.
erclae Reference to the New York Cen
tral Strike and Compllmenta to th
Kewapapera Hone Remarks I'pon the
Conditions ot Harmony.
Denver, Colo., Nov. 13. The general
assembly of the Knights of Labor con
vened in annual session yesterday, Grand
Master Workman Powderly presiding.
Over 200 delegates were present. Pow
derly read bis annual address, at the con
clusion of which the assembly adjourned
for the day for the purpose of giving the
committee on credentials time to prepare
their report But two con teats were re
ported one from Massachusetts, and the
other from Florida. In his addrexa Poir
derly remindeil tbe delegates that on the
SSth of December the organizttioo will
hnva been In existence twenty -one veara.
For years uurtnK this time ha said ths
most Important ut a rl4 of questions that
ha agitated the people of all nationi is that of
tariff aoi free trade. We h -v not, us a or
der, adopted a tariff or anti-tariff t''aue in our
preamble, and 1 do not advise such a thing
now. Wants the Tariff DIceasseA.
We slould. taowev-r, throw open the doors
of our assvmi'iie-t for the dis. u a on of this
great problem, so t hat our members may be
come elu ated in the prtm-iplex of )-nte tion
and free trade. While w do not allow the
attention inside of our sanctuaries, onr mem
ber are raked every four yeais In the United.
Dtatea. and every r.ve years or of toner la Can
ada to register their votea eilh-r in favor of or
auainst protection. .My revurnme'idatlon is
tl-at after January, WJI, it should be permis
lib e for local assemblies to discuss the qnns
lion of high tariff an t free trade. By put' intc
Ihequrstion in this alia e: whl h wiil uriug
the in-eate-t (tood to the greatest number, h gh
iar.il or rree tra'ier we do not commit the -.r-der
t either s hool, an t yet allow our mem
bers to take u for discussion and abl ation
that vital quusti in.
The Nw York Central Strike.
In the early pmt of the year Informatioi
oanie to me th it m mlx-rs of the order em
ployed by the New York Central and under
thejurisdi i ion of District As euihly 8IB were
growing restive under t e treatment received
at t e hands of the officials of that company.
Individual direction of a nmj.ir'ly under con
ditions that were n'.t essy of endurance had
proved al.or ive, and when the aid of men of
In Uuetice was invoked, it usually turned out
to be the aame. Public ofH ials were up- etlcd
to to approach the ofUelale of ttio New Vjrk
Centr..! and intercede for th? workmen, th it
they might receive better treatment n ;he
matter of wages and regulations, b,t u itbiug
tver cume of It
Charges AgOnst the lres.
The public press from B .ffaio to Sew Yolk
was. with but few honors hie e.tc-pt Ions, un lor
the inlluence of the Vunlerullt astem Wb-n-sver
au editor ilecidtd to travel cast r we t
be applied to Hie president of the oinpirw
and was granted a pas- forthwith. Wiieu.-ver
tbe lot rest of t'le company required, tlies -papers
would always respond and publish
whatever was presented to th-.m. With the
shosen servants of the people travelin ; oa
passes, with the editors of i he papers alouir
the road aubsl ized In the same manner, it be
Dme tmpo-Hible for the workmen to get 'he
putthc ear place their grlevau es betore the
officials vlihvut subjecting themselves to dis
missals OtYen Barrels nf Aririce
Duriii the Central strike we had an opiw
timity to leuru ho our friends were am n
the newsnat ers, and found that thev were . x-
Kedinly few. We wen given quantities of
oounsel. warnings, and censure. .Many of the
papers that were friendly to us dil not sectn
to understand the situation or the necessities
of those who worn for low wages. Since the
Central strike ended the e were rumors of an
other cue on tbe Erie railway, aud tue papers
begau to show thai there was no n ec ca
ll ty for a atr ke on tb'-tt T 'ad for
the "managers" and workmen were working
The Condition of "Hurinnny."
Tl.ew will always bfc harmony b tweeu the
mployerandenv loye when the form, r has it
In his power to dictate what his employe shall
sat, drink aud wear. Wbeu tbe emp oyer can
control the market be wlli control the men
When tbe employer bas a monopol of the
market he has also a monopoly of tbe harm my
that our papers prate about so niuuh. The
tiger is always harmonious with the lamb
after the former has picket the bones of the
latter. We s.-e the editor of a New York daily
paper and the president of the New York Cen
tral operating the rai-ing of a lund to feed
men and wouien in Ireland who have b-en
robbed, through exactly the as rue iliaho leal
ystcm as that which is now beginning to rob
the wor men of America.
Xquai Rights for Itoth Sexes.
In conclusion Powderly strongly advo
cated the passing of a law securing to
both sexes equal rights. He favored the
acceptance of tbe invitation from the
Farmers' Alliance to send delegates to
their convention, end the co-operation of
the K. of L. with the various railway or
ganizations iu the work of federation.
Last night a monster reception wns ten
dered the delegates Speeches were made
by Governor Jioutt, Mayor Londoner,
Powderly, and others.
The Train Wrecker Again.
New YonK, Nov. 12. A vicious attempt
waa made late Monday night to wreck a
train on the New York Central and Hud
son River railroad, at One Hundred an 1
Forty-first street. Some person or per
sons took a stout aupplinsr, aud with
pieces of wire rope tied tbe ends to the
rails, and fastened it so securely that it
formed a complete obstruction. Altout
midnight a down-freight struck the ob
struction, and tbe engine was thrown
from the track. Had not the train been
Biovlng alowly a loss of life would cer
tainly have followed. As it was, no one
Irish Delegates at the Capital.
Washington- City, Now. la Neither
President Harrison nor Secretary Blaine
will attend the Irish-American reception
to Dillon and O'Brien in tbis city. The
attend auce of either would be treated as
a marked act of discourtesy to the britiab
government and would probably be re
garded diplomatically as so serious an of
fense as to call tor notice in the form of a
protest handed into the state department
by the British minister. The legal posi
tion of Dillon and O'Brien is that of fugi
tives from Justice. Members of tbe cabi
net other tban tbe secretary of state are
free to take part in tbe reception.
The Withdrawal of That Appeal.
London, Nov. 13 The leading Conserv
ative newspapers comment on the with
drawal of the appeal for funds by the
American committee on the Irish famine
as a confession that no famine exists, and
that there is no real fear of any want that
cannot be met by local and imperial au
thority. They say that the Parnellites
overreached themselves in creating the
apprehension of famine, and are now com
pelled to virtually acknowledge that they
have been duping the public at home and
Iowa I Republican.
DE3 MoiSES, la., Nov. la Official re
turna of the election for state officers re
ceived last night from niuety-si.x coun
ties, the remaining three counties hav
iug been reported unofficially, show the
election of tbe entire Republican ticket
by pluralities ranging from 8o. for rail
road commissioner to3. 77'J for attorney
general. Tbe highest vote cast for a
state office is S80.3-!. against 41.140 in
188S, and SoO.CTK iu I- jW, tbe latter on
The Illinois Legislature.
CHICAGO, Nov. Vs. The Herald claims
that W. C. Collins, of R ck Island, elected
as Republican to the lower house of the
legislature, is a non-iesnlent ot the state,
and consequently ineligible. It seems,
however, that he baa. lived about three
years in ibis state Inc alleged defeat of
Hoppin, Hep., inthis ciiy, is denied by
both Tbe News and Inldr Ocean.
- ' Balfour's Health Impaired.
LONKO!, Nov. Vi Tue health of Bal
four, chief secretary for Ireland, is so im
paired tbat the tour of insj ctt-.n of the
distressed localities of Irela. . v V. not be
resumed at present. He wit. proceed at
once to the west of England, where be
will devote himself to recuperation.
Knocked Or rive Month. :
Washisotos CiTT. Nov. l'A-rThe pres
ident yesterday commuted to seven
months' imprisonment tbe sentence ot
one year's impri-ontueut imposed for
counterfeiting on Siiuou H. Shook by the
Illinois circuit court in- June, 1800, .'. ,
f-OiVvAM I i H WEATHER
Home Facts That H y Make Us rat lent
. Washington City, Nov. 13. In hb. an
nual report Gen. Grecly, chief signal offi
cer, has the following to say about the
weather forecasts: The duties devolving
personally on the forecast official peimit
less than oue-qmtrter of a minrite on an
average in which to deci le, forinu ate
and express a forecast for a state or dis
trict regarding any meteorological ele
ment, such as weather, temperature .ind
wind. K.tiely can a minute be given to
the prediction for any particular state or
district. Tbis lime indication forbids for
an entire state anything but a forecast of
general character, while again the variety
of weather conditions in large areas oiteu
precludes the possibility of briefly an
nouncing them, even in stimmarizi ig,
and moch less iu fnrecasring.
A Creditable Kecurd 1'Arnacloe.
Notwithstanding the difficulties, there
were only fourteen occasions during i he
last year on which severe cold waves were
not predicted, per cent, of all the im
portant cnltl waves being predicted. In
speaking of tornadoes lien, ti reel y n.iys
that it apieara from dais, on hand that in
iio state may a destructive tornado tw .-X-pected
ofcener on an average than once in
two years, and that the area over which
the total destruction can lie expected is
exceedingly small even in the states most
liable to these violent storms. Geo. Mrei-ly
believes this matter of great public im
portance, and desires to impress upon the
people at lare how small are the chances
of personal injury or loss of property iu
this connection. Iu conclusion, lie says
that tornadoes are not so destructive of
life as thtiudt rstonus
COMBINE VS COMBINE.
la Bach a Case-Judge Tuley Lets 'Km
I lgM It Oat.
Chicago. Nov. li Judge Tuley yester
day decided a c ise of vital importance to
ahippers mid buyers of cattle at the Union
Stockyards. The Aineri ni Live Slot k
Commission coiup.iny, form tl by a imbi
ber of stock misers iu Illinois, Indian, i,
Wisconsin anti other states and territo
ries of tbe northwest, tiled it bill to re
strain the Chicago Live Stock exchange
from preventing it holding n certificate
of membership in the exchange, and
charge 1 that the exchange was t reat ius;
a monopoly by refusing to allow the com
plainant to tlc!tl with it. and by passing a
resolution pruniM' ing members of t he et-
change from doing bu-iti.-ss with the
cotiimi-sioii cotnpatiy. The judge decile 1
that the complainant was seeking toei
feet a c unburn' ion by which it, nugnt con
trol the live stock market, ami coul I hav-s
no claim to, the aid of . court of equity
to accomplish such a purpose. Tne in
junction was dissoivu.l and tbe bi'l dis
BF.OT HRHCCD EASE BALL1STS.
Pittsburi; ami New Yurk Itesign. an. I
ati-li a Tonguc-ltatiging,
PlTTSIiLlt.i, Nov. li The lirotherhood
base ball magnates irn-t here yesterday.
The first business pr.entd was the res
ignation of the Pi tsburgiiiid Njtv York
clubs, v. hic'i were laid over for sixty tl lys
In accor iance with tbe constitution Cin
cinnati was admitted to memtw -shot, aud
applicttious were received fr on Hi Halo,
Detroit, mid Washington City for the lo
cation of clubs at those places. Charles
A. Prince, of Diistou, was elected presi
dent; A. L Jolmn in, of Clevelanil, vice
president, and F. II. (Irtitiiieil, of Chi
cigo, secretary anil treasurer. The nutt
ing then adjourned for the day.
Tht. Resigning Clubs Iterated.
It is reported that during the meeting
the representatives of t he Pittsburg and
New York club-, were uniiien-if ully be
rated lor the weakness tbey have dis
played. It is nlso stated that although
Pittsburg ami New York may have con
solidated with the National league, tbey
will be unable to deliver the goods, as :l
is believed that all the pi tyers will stick
to the Brotherhood.
BULLS AND BEARS GO WILD.
The New York Slock Eirhang Hit Mora
Trouble St-veral Failures.
New York, Nov. li. There was an
other semi -punic on the Stock Exchange
yesterday, and a heavy raid was niude on
Villard stocks, Northern Pacilic pre
ferred selling down over 12 per cent., the
common and North American several
points. The flurry was not so harmless
In its effects as that of Monday, for a
couple of bouses succumbed to the pres
sureDecker, Howell & Co. iiud David
Richmond. Besides these the associated
bauks bud to come to the relief of the
Bank of North America, which was
pinched by the Decker-HoweU failure,
and the North River ami Mechanics and
Traders'. They all made settlements,
however, anil announced that they would
be all right to-ibty.
fecarcft Money the IlitHeulty.
The principal cnuse of the trouble was
the aame as on Monday scarce money.
Right up to the close it was in great De
mand, and i per ceut. and iegnl interns!,
waa charged on loans, equal to If! oe
cent, per annum Tbis fact and the
troubles of the banks caused a spe si l
meeting of tbe Clearing House ass. na
tion to be called, and after a long derate
it was decided to appoint a committee ot
presidents with authority to issue clear
ing bouse loan certificates in order to en
able tbe bnuks to settle balances between
Much Interest in the Ikealing.
At times during tbe day tbe excitement
ran high, nnd tbe crowds at tbe local
boards were larger than for years past.
In every broker's office, also, groups of
customers were seen discussing the situa
tion iu an esanest manner and witching
every change with a deal of interest.
There was, however, very little of the
p tnicky feeling manifested that prevailed
Monday, ami every body found something
of encouragement. Although prices gen
erally fluctuated widely, the range was
considerable alove Monday's lUurcs, and
all through the feeling showed a better
Have miO.OOO.OOO Liabilities. -Decker.
Howell &. Co. made an assign
ment to Willium N. Cromwell, aud that
gentleman said that liabilities are about
tl0,OO0,0UU, and the assets, at tbe preseut.
market price, largely exceed that sum.
The liabilities are due almost entirely to
banks and bankers on loans made and are
well secured. Tbe cause of the suspen
sion was the inability of the firm to bor
row the necessary amount of cash re
quired in the day's business. The firm's
transactions were very large, it being
necessary to borrow several milhonsduily.
Tbe firm will probably pay every dollar.
Another suspension announced was that
of C. H. Whituev & Co., a brokerage
Liabilities or a Million.
New YoKK, Nov. 12 The liabilities of
the silk importing firm of John T. Walk
er, Son & Co., which made an assign
ment yesterdav. will foot np tl.OQl.unj at
least and probably go higher. The as
sets cau not at this time be even esti
mated. The cause of the failure was
tight money and a falling off in prices.
The firm has dona tbe second largest silk
Importing business in this country. Mr.
Joseph Walker says (he tariff bill has
nothing to do with hit firm's trouble.
Frank Is for Itevenna Only. v
Washington Cmr, Nov. 14 Mrs,Frank
Leslie's lecture on "The Royal Leaders of
Society," at Lincoln hall last night, was
Dot delivered. Mrs. Leslie put in an ap
pearance at the hall "about 8 p. m but
her representative informing her tbat the
terms of ber engagement payment in
advance hud not been complied witb by
the local manager, elie returned to her
rooms ut the Kig-s, and left for Boston
Mrs. Harrison a Joint Author.
Wasiksotos Cut, Nov. li .Mrs. Har
rison received yesterday the presenta
tion copy of a book recently published,
of which she is in part the vuihor. It la
a gilt octavo volume, bounj in. a burnt
gravy morocco, made up of rec
ipe signed by herself and oiiier leading
ladies of Washington society. Tue pres
entation waa made by Air. Frank (i. Car
penter. - The Count Remembers the Flips.
Londos, Nov. 18. The Couutof Paris
has sent present of 60,000 francs to tbe
pope by his daughter, the Princess Helcue,
who la on a visit to Rome for the purpose
of rendering her devoirs to bis holiness.
Starley Tells of His Last Great
BEIEF SYNOPSIS OF EI8 LECTURE.
The Cllnotn of the Immense Forests and
Their I'iemy Inhabitants l'lraslnc
Habits of the Kr.tlves Jewels Made of
Human Teeth 4 unmbslisui A Yellow
Ivory Oiii-hi Put to Work as a Kervanl
Some t'oniraeiits ou th Man "I hey Were
NEW VuliK., Nov. H A fashionable au
dience . gathered at the Metropolitan
Opera house last evening to listen to the
lecture of the great African explorer.
Henry M. Stanley, who wns to tell of the
struggles of his two years' plunge into
the depths of the dark continent. The re
criminations and charges that hail be
come public with reference to the awful
experience of the rear guard lent interest
to the words of I he chief, as in tbe lectors
it waa expected tbat he might tetl more
fully the history of the unhappy men.
The meeting was opened by Mr. A. B. I)e
frece, who managed the affair in the in
terest of the Summit Convalescent home,
of New Jersey, for whose b.-netlt Mr.
Stanley gave tbe lecture.
- The irtat Kzplni-tr Introduced.
Mr. D.-frecce briefly eulogized the lec
turer, the cause for which he spoke ami
the audience, anil gave way for Channcey
M. Do pew, who introduced Stanley witb
a similar speech. He said Stanley dur
ing the lost three years had given to the
.world a continent for Christianity aud
civilization. Stanley was receive 1 with
long-continued applause. He opened with
s graphic discriptiou of the great and
gloomy forests through which they had
marched fur lt;o days. H spoke of the
great height of the trees; their density of
growth and the leafy vines. The forest,
which was dark at noon-day, became
dreadful at night.
Wondors of the Great Forests.
Tbe forest, the tempest and the dark
ness bail produced their effects on the
minds of the people with him. He de
scribed how rapturous the men were
when they emerged from the great forest.
But Ibey stopped to s.-owl at the dense
woods they bad left. There are many in
habitants iu the region, but they could
becliissed into the tall iuhabilants and
the pigmies. Tue If.11 natives occupy the
clearings; the pigmies are found in
groups in the fort-sis. The different tribes
of each are distinguished by marks, some
having tattoo marks on their foreheads,
anil others on t heir cheeks.
J.welrv, Arms, and Habits.
Their jewelry con-tsis of crocodile,
monkey, or human teeth chiefly, and their
dress is a piece of bark about four feet
long and a few inches wide, which they
tuck into a k'irdle. They have for weap
ons Spears, knives, bit tic-axes, and some
times swords. The pigmies are nomadic
The large inhabitants build compict vil
lages, with one principal street, which is
generally ti led witb goal sand fowL They
are nevertheless cannibals, but they do
not feed on their relatives or friends. It
is only when they make a capture from
another tribe tbat they eat human flesh.
A C orpse Awilua( Cfct.
He had seen a woman who had been
speared in the throat laid on a bier ready
to lie cooked. Sne was sick and bad been
left by a marauding party. Another case
bad also been personally observed by bim.
During their Journey they bad captured
hundreds of unlives who assisted them in
directing tht-m to banana groves and
other places for procuring food, bnt they
released them after the expedition had
passed beyond the territory of thoss they
bad captured, as they were thenceforth
useless to t hem. The pigmies, who reach
alumt to a lull grown man's waist, have
abundant food as well as the turger na
tives. They bave many kinds of fruit,
some of them as large aa watermelons.
They catch elephants in pitfalls and other
animals giiod for food are abu ndant.
Caught s tJeaatiful Toons; Q urn.
He considered these people tho lowest
of the human rare morally. Their gratt
tune is as short-lived as a bull-dog's. Oue
day tbey caught a beautiful ynnng queen.
Id years old, but a piirray. She waa the
color of yellow ivory. She bad a narrow
girdle at the waist with iron rings on it
that looked like washers. She had ivory
rings on her arms aud ankles. She was
used by one of the party as a servant, and
she became very docile and adept. Ou
another occasion their pigmies carried in
another scout. Tbe mau was very proud
and strutted around with dignity. Tbe
woman carried a pack tha- would hold
two bushels. The man lie came a very in
dustrious servant a characteristic which
is rare iu Africa.
The Anglo-Oeruiaa RivtUry.
He spoke of the discovery of the long-lost
Mountains of the Moon, which rose like
two truncated cones, and the Snow moun
tains, which oti April bod burst on tbeir
"iew. and hung for three days in view in
a most peilucid atmosphere. He traced
The waters from the Snow mountains to
Lake Albert Kdward, and from there to the
White Nile. As they approached tbis
Sake they emerged from tbe forest, and
found a lurge grassy plain. He skipped
rapidly over the journey to the coast at
Zanzibar, but dwelt on their subsequent
iliflicnlties there with Kmia Pasha. It
was not until approaching the east,
lie said, that they learned of rivalry be
tween the English and Germans to curry
favor with the sultan of Zanzibar. Emin
trns a German, and was influenced by bis
Ktnln Not a Oratrfnl Man.
They found that his gratitude was not
very deep. Ue hatl embraced the mem
ters of their eXedilioti at the banquet
f iven bim at the coast with apparent
affection, ami in going out full over a bal
c invalid was injured. Tbey were not allow
to see him at the hospital. His subse
quent incivility b-id been fanned into
hostility by Ids count rymeu. Emin had
b-en foiirteeu ve rs aosetit iu Africa.
Stanley iu concluding s;ike of arrange
n.ents between England and O-rmauy
emceruiiig this territory which bad been
b -ought about partly throi s; . h. urgeut
d-smauds for nu tinders' a-i ;:: : lie re
ceived 300 or U.KI; persons ui t. -the lec
ture aud shook their Lands.
A Little I'prlsiuf In Honduras.
NEW Yoi:k, Nov! li Consul General
II lit, of Guatemala, has received a cable
gtain rtHtlirmiiis the news ot an uprising
in Honduras. The cablegram further
St. lies that Presideut Bogran has retired
to will. in two leagues of Tegucigalpa and
w is receiving the support of the rest of
th republic. Order anti complete peace
pr .-vailed in the rest of the Central Amf,
ienu states, all assuming a neutral
tion in the matter, which is looked upou
as uuimportant and purely local.
. The Widow May Live W.-I1 Now.
HEW YutlK. Nov. 12 it has been learned
thiit John Lischuff, of 626 Newark avenue,
Jeisey City, who died last week of star ra
tio i, had property valued at tt)U,000. be
aid s tlO.UCO in the bank. He livel the
life of a miser," and would not allow his
wi e to purchase In a barest necessaries.
He bad one daughter, who married against
his wishes, and be- left her one bouse Val
ue at i3,0;HI. The remainder of his es-
tab: goes to bis witiow.
to.lng to Fight a Heal luel.
Pahis, Nov. 12. The duel between Mes
sietts Daeguerre anil De Ruulede is likely
to 1st a serious one. They bot h started
yesterday tujruing to go either to Hol
land or Belgium, where tbe encounter
wil take plnoe. The wexpons chosen are
pistols and the conditions are unusually
Vici ms as it bas been decided that four
sho s shall be exchanged and tbe adver
saries shall advance upou each other be
t wet m each shot.
8tiwed tiio Track with His Remains.
At BOS, O., Not. li Joseph Necbt, a
welbcnovvo farmer of Loyal Oitk, was run
do wii by a train at New Portage yester
day. His remains strewed tha track for
twenty rods aud retained no semblance
to a lumao. body when tbey wero gath
ered nu. .. . . V ' , . . ,
Tb ; Marseilles chamber of commirct
has ppoinud a committee of sixty-six to
influ iiics French legislation, aa much as
posaiota. in tbe direction of light duUss
I on is iports.
WAS X0T PARTISAN
Porter Defendsthe Work of His
SO POLITICS IN THE MATTEB.
Criticism of tha Claims of Nw Tork
Too Mow with Iheir Complaints A
Rrflrettoa oa tha Police Kaamaralloa
Vigorous IHselaimrr nf tho Imputa
tions of tiov. Hill Hums Figaro la
Iroof of the Haporiatendeat'a Claims.
NEW Yokk, Nov. 11. Frank 1e.lie's of
this week, just onr, prints a long article
on the eleventh rensns from Superinten
dent Porter, in which, among other
things, Mr.. Porter, replying lo critics,
says: "A partisan census is an impossibil
ity. The eleventh census is not 1 ha work
of one man, but will represent tbe united
labor of tiO.Oiaj persons. To assault the
census, then-fore, is to impeach the hon
esty of a vast army of intelligent and con
scientious men and women. Tbe assump
tion tbat it would be possible to depress
the returns in one section of tbe country
and infl ite them in another, is based
alike upon ignorance of census methods
and lark of knowledge as to the results
thus far published. The enumeration of
the people, thoroughly and honestly con
ducted, was hedged ami guarded by a law
paesed by the sains party that now so ma
liciously assails i ; and was supervised by
experts and cial agents, nine tenths of
whom performed the same work ten years
ao, and not oue of whom was appointed
because of bis Kliticil faith.
A to tho (iolKsm fhow-Kow."
"The census of New Yurk Was taken
June 1 and the results made public in
Ju.y. No complaints of tbe enumeration
were filed until September. Without at
tempting, as other ciii-s bave done, to
point out omissions (he locil authorities,
ignoring the fact that the federal census
should be as of tbe first of Juoe, proceed
ed to take a census of their own in Octo
ber. No one sn pposed tbat the two enu
merations would correspond And no ona
has thus far lieen able to ascertain wheth
er the discrepancies, outside of those
which may readily be accounted for, are
due to tbe careless omissions of June, or
the intentional additions and duplications
of October. Tne federal enumerators
were paid so much a nsme. They were
Under oatb to enumerate tbe is-ople io
accordance with law.
What tho I'olieo Wero There For. r
"To omit names which should have
been enumerated, mads enumerator iia
b.e to a fine and imprisonment. On tne
oiher band, tLe police were appointed for
tbe sole purpose ot' finding in October
more population than the federal enum
erators in June. Five doubtful esses in
each 100 would mean an addition of 7 J, -QJO,
and ten doubtful or improper enum
erations 130.0OI. To abandon the fe ler.sl
count merely on the ground that the
mayor of New York bad written a brief
letter stating that an enomerat.on thus
o -due ted bail bren made and offering no
proof, would bave brought the census
office into ridicule.
The Method la Other Cities.
"In other cities the police merely asked
of householders if tbey bad been enumer
ated June 1. Tbe names of thoe who
claimed they were not enumerated were
forwarded to the census office and com
pared with the schedules. Hsl this
met boil been adopted iu Xaw Yo rk at tie
proper tune the substamis.1 accuracy of
tbe federal census would have been estab
lished to the satisfaction of fair-minded
Ilefense Against Partisan Charges.
"Was it partisan motives that prompt
ed the anperiutendent to urge, in spite of
powerful protests, a recount in the two
largest cities In Republican Minnesota,
well knowing that it meant a reduction
in population of SO.uimi or SO.Uuu. or that
refused a recount in spite ot the tremen
dous efforts made to discredit the census
in Kepublicau Oregon Those prejudiced
partisans are to tie pitied who can see pol
itics iu the fact that Texas increase,! id 34
per cent, during the decade, and Cali
fornia 39 24; Arkansas 40.23, and Wiscon
sin 27.90; Florida 44 M. and Kansas 43 91;
Ueorgia 18 l, and Ohm 14 65; Kentucky
li54. and New Hampshire 8 31; Missis
sippi 13 54, and Maine 1.75; Maryland
11. IK, and Indiana 10. t; South Carolina
1.VJ3, and Vermont a decrease of 0. J2; Vir
ginia 9.01. and Nevada a loss of 23 81 per
"It these percentages indicate 'politics'
to the minds of the American people, then
the republic is, indeed, in danger, for a
ernge intelligence is at a low ebb. If tbe
still nure remarkable perocnUtge of
growth in the northwestern and Pacific
states are to be attributed to 'census pa l
ding for political purposes, then our
growl h and prosperity Is a myth, aud all
ot her evidences of advancement mislead
ing." Kenny OS for the Capital Agala.
Supervisor Kenny again went to Wash
ington City last night. He carried with
him the resolution passed yesterday by
tne noani ot aldermen requesting the
superintendent of the census bureau to
furnish tbe city authorities with tbe fed
eral enumeration of tbe Second ward, w
I'utsy's Ks-fugo Hard t'ft.
New Yoke, Nov. li The refuge for
homeless rats and dogs at One Hundred
and Eighty fifth street and Tenth avenue
is not booming. Mrs. Sarah J. Edwards,
the originator of the institution, is well-
nigh discouraged. Tbe expected flood of
contributions has failed to flood.
and the cold hearted landlord
wants t-'si a month for the house
and land Mrs. Edward says that
the rent will be paid, if she has to pay it
herself. There are few subscribers, and
tbey met at tbe house Tuesday to confer
upon ways aud menus. Otiiers were in
vited, but they did not come. Tbe con
fereuce ended more houef ullv tban it be
gan, w hich means that charitable people
will be Baked to put up some money for
Thlrt j-Four Uoross Cremated.
JJlNNtAPoLia. Minn., Nov. II. A Sioux
Falls, S. U. s'M-cial to The Tribune saysi
A fire started in George ltu. n i'jj' j trans-
ler aud livery barn on Tenth r" r.-ct at an
early hour yesterday moruiu-. The
twenty live horses iu tbe lower b isemeut
were cremated alive, Tbe tire spread
east want, consuming the elecric rail
way's car shed, the Kr.erside boarding
stubs, burning nlu horses, aud was
stoped when the flames reach tha Troy
lity Jn'ii.ilry, which was partially de
stroyed Tiie total loss to tbe various
proprietors is estiniated at .'5.UW.
Can tia oa with Viwr Gaemlos;.
WasIHSCTOS CITT. Nov. 12 In
spouse to the Inquiries made by Postmas
ter uenerai auamaker, uuder date
Oct. 8, l!St), as to whether advert!
ments in newspapers -ut the "go
contest," in its various phases are in vio
lation of section 3 syi nf tha mI.I mi ...
utes, as amended by the anti-lottery act
ui csspi. io, i?sy Attorney Uenerai Jdill
nas submitted ms opinion, in which
holds in the negative
The ftmlth-tfodfrey Fight Fostpowea.
NEW lCKK. Nov. 12. At a lot hour
yesterday afternoon the directors of the
ruman Athletic clubdecided to postpone
the boxing contest between Ed Smith,
tne Colorado champion, and George God
trey, tbe colored pugilist, for two weeks
on account of the carpenters' work on
tbe club bouse buiug incomplete.
For Mailing Obsceno Litorataro.
STEVf..s Point, Wis., Nov. li Post
oflioe Iuspector Pulcfor yesterday ar
rested a man here ptiued N. Roberts for
sending obstante literal ore through tbe
malls to Charley Moib, tbe professional
wrestler, at Elgin, Ills.
8ueei Loaaa Two Foam's a Day.
New Yoke, Nov. 13 Sigir S-.ccl bs
(tan the sixth day of bis tarn yesbsrJay
morning in tbe best of health aud spi rite.
on puise was ou, temperature V7, weight
138, a decrease of weight of two pounds
' Gave a Hardarer a Itosplto.
' OoLCMBUa, O., Nov. 18, Governor
Campbell bas granted Elmer Sharkey,
who was to have Imcb esecated at the
Ohio penitentiary Thursday night, i
Other leurieva until the covernor la able
to examine additional evidence iu lbs
Ex-Governor Lndington, of Wisconsin,
b dangerously ill of paralysis ,
Governor Campbell, of Oaio, was bet
ter Tnesdsy, and probably oat of dsnger.
Michael J. Sullivan, a well-known rkl
ten of Chicago, shot himself fatally Tues
Fifteen persons were Inlutel in rau
road collision near Vs niout... Mass.,
' Tea ix-rsons were killed and right In
jured In a railway accident n ar Taunton,
tnglantl, 1 ne-d.iy.
Tha totiil sales on lbs New Yurk Stock
Exchange Timday reached tbe enormous
ggret ate of tVJ 3iO.
Tbe Planters' and Mechanics National
bank of Houston. Tex . capital SjOO.tM),
bas been auiher..ed to begin business.
Wil.iaiu Mcintosh, a wool-growrr of
New Mexico, has arrived at Albuquerque
with his clip amounting to l-o,iaj pounds,
Ilerr Tahbrrt, a German Socialist, Was
releswd rotn prison at Ivrim l ussd.ty.
Three thousand of bis frirnds helpesl bim
to celebra e.
Solomon Richardson, a tiri.ro porter of
the Wells Fargo Kx press company. Is In
jail at Dallas, Try... rhargi-d with robbing
the rompnuy of tit, out.
John T. Walker. Son Co. of New
York, ik importers, mxle an as.gn
tucnt 1 uismI.iv. 'I bev are rslei; '.r acorn-
mert-ial agency at i'..l0,i.
The schooner iksn Warr, of t'olxmrg.
Ouu, litis Im-tti loiiiid ui.f.i-l in I.ae
Ontario. Iter trew of live men and t-.!.
Kiekeushirr are beiu-ve I lo le lost,
Tb fourth anuiinl sessiou of the Nft
tional Fraternal congrr-s, ret is-srsiib,;
Sixteen bened -ml societies wi L a ton
l.'tle i 111' ttus-r-liip of l.louiMl. is in S.8-
ion at Pittabur.
Ir. Ixiswell (iorhan, a pr. minent phy
aicinn and farmer, hioI a vrt-r.tn t.f the
Confederate nrmv, was shot and killed
by a colored emplote at bis borne near
Lexington, Ky Tuesday.
It Is believed t hit ti.e explosion at tie
D upon l powder nulK near Wilmington.
Del., Oct. 7. Wns tne .,rk of rnetii es of
the Oupoiit v ho are bain e l !ogeti.-rtu
obtain levriiue lor tne dicliar' o r-
Another crunk has Iteen wr ti i - a II !
well ni tinier letter. He dm.-s :t UulTiio,
signs it J. J. I.ttchlieid. says llirihull did
not haie any hand in Ibnwrli's murder.
but is implicated in the n. lib ry, and
finally proiiii.s-s a vpug.-aiis- nu all
concerned, c en t lie ji.l.;e, if I, in hall is
F.vlrtiuns on the Olplirrt I:. Isle.
Ix)Mis. Nov. 1 J Kvm t ions hi r ruin-
meucd ye-lertlav on the OI,.i. r. r-ia'.e,
and sixteen families were evicted. Mac
Neil, M. P. from South llm i.il, went
about among the lic, cli.ilk.n their
sleeves, so Hint he could rec. tn mem
aud bave them arrested lor roni treat.
ment of tbe tenants, Numerous I. ls-ral
Englishmen were prest-nt, an l u -I I a I in
dignation me.tuig. lb- TimV cirro-
p indent -ay.th-ii though in the bouses
where ev.clioii wns anticipated tio fiiol
wns found, two tons oT excellent potatoes
were discovered in one dwell. u.; whose uc
Clipants ha 1 Hot eXpecle i io be dl
t nt-l,- am llMy lut-t..
Washim.iiin city. Not. li The t.fti.
Cial statement is ma lr that wiihiutbe
past four m null- :.)ii),ini rxc s of
receipts hive l-eii p.. id out ,t the treas
ury -a sum k re iter III tXccSsof receipts
than was ever pil-li. it In mi equal pe
r od in lime of pe-. (n iu history of
toe government Tiie surn amount
aid out Mas over !, m ;s' ), t.f w Inch
)0-VI,i' sl was for tii i
I'lt- I.nbor AftsM-iNll,n.
l4Npi. N..v. li - Kree I.-tbor a.s.e
C ation lias Im--ii lorm.-d at .en h.itnp
ton t mis. sting of workmen .net employ
ers It I- ! Olll u r.l I tl ..f lher-e.;i;l
Stl iKe a: til il pott, a nl Hie i in. f ..t j s I n
ti Insure the a-ulire freb'iuof l.,lor.
Over l.itu workm.-ii n.ivu aii.-dy joined
I be as-.strll em
Trelly Iloiih cm t'lil.r llsnrsn.
Iilh, .v. Vi - Ihi'iiai, tlie hg-l
editor of The Miiriuiou.nl News, against
Whom Miss Kuuw le oblN.tied a v.-vlict of
t'i0 isa) I.ir breach of proi,l-c of in trrine,
has Ivt-n c-unprlle,! i.y ihe btnkrupii y
court to di-g ire H-Hsii m money and lt
in jeW.-lry. Miss Kuowli-s i- me ouly
1 ME MARKETS
I Mil a e. in. il.
The ou.i all., i. on i!m- b jr. ot in I,- tiw lr
Wrre an loll ,w-: W Lent NoveniU-r, n,s-nel
VSi. tki-'-l. I'o-: I eiitls-r, ..iil i-i'-.r,
cw3 '.J-3-; Mat . iis-iie l l.m, i l.d fl't.
Cirt-ti No. r November, i.p netl !,v. 4lesl
MV I iKs cmis-r. im- ir.1 '.I'v. s-inssi !-.-;
Mayuienet ;si-, loci .M4 . ns -No. Z
Novtlnlssr. opelio.1 4?s, -. r..es-l 411' v : I ts-e.n-ber.
o tiel C , l 1 4T. ; .;a. i.-urd
4S , ' Ifhetl St.'v'. Plk - Xeen,!-, tiSI.CS
atld Cl.essl J..uuar. I I-Tle,l S1;.-.'il . mss
tllj.tv. May. opettt-l and lo u Mtf,
Lara- ii icmlrf. t's-ii.sl t- .l'. li-s--4 ;SS.
LlVr Mut- I liliw N.ii t )a-d tepolt tltr
loi owing pr . i-: II. s.-. Urs. ! ..is-n.-d
active aud v rung at lull .-t.r.la's inures;
light gns.tr. t.t.ii. 3.wi. ri irti is.cttn;. t.i..'si
Si A ni; mie.l. ;4t its': l.rsvj- is i.iti and
shipping lots. $Ui il.bi; pts, i. 'I ,J:.
I'n Uce: Hutu r- lau y .eir.it r. 2T''V.
iti; une gatuemi irenu. - J-. dairies,
fla.st fr.-li, -Jl'il,-; Ir. u i:u sbst.
It'iU . Kgg-treU tai luxl. io-s ,.fl, ;i(
ale s-r d... us- leHi-e stock. K XiTle. ljm
pUllr'- 'iil. tens, bens, ic -r ilt ; SM-ili4
(hickrus. 1 (,tjc Inr.rys, iri .g. hiik-;
dllikl,;',.V;civsMil. tl p-r doc H.r
latiwo ; j.s.- Kr bu. Ap;lna Uln.otasTeea,
t- jt i3.0 per bbt
Ntw Yo iv. Nov. IL
Wheat - . 2 r--d w inter u. .ot; do
l--euiter. tl 'S4: do Jatiu. -. il- Vs: do
Jts-y, S efv t is-o No. inn -I i-h. &
no wtruiinr. ; do Jununrj. .....
UUII btitM.-al; No. - uixtsi loon. T-. do
Utnmb r. sV-; do May, j t itr-Uall
and UU' bauvisl. B- ley - Nisiunal. I'ork-
lhill: ius. til -i il-.si. Ijir i-N'oiultially
u PU' i: l ame Market n m. but ho
tralins in b w. dee-ssl U-.-1. -leady; ntle
aiiia.S ;ttr. Sur-p ai.il Uu'ls-M p.
aun; laniOs. a niiaue iois.r; - . irp,;5., ha,
Bs: lalul. i. il. li. - .rk- I Uuli;
Uv hs: -i.tc:iTn.i, at lin s .
uexrx islam 7
Bay Upland praln. s.isii is
Hjif Ttmoit J6 UU&S.S.M.
Hay Wild, nio.uo.
Oats ST a
Oord WootJVSJ .a 14' 0.
K prominent pbysiri.n and old army
sureeon in eastern lows was cslh d away
from home for a few days. Duricg his
absence one of the cbtl iren contracted a
severe cold, and his wife bont'ht bottle
of Chmbt.rl sin's Cough Keuiedvforit
They were so much pleased with the
remedy that they afterwards used eer
eral bottles at various times Ha said
from experience witb P. he regarded it as
the roost reliable preparation lo use for
colds, and that it came the nearest of be
log a specific of any medicine be had
ever seen. For sale by Hertz & Babn
forced to Lssvs Horns.
Over 0 people were forced lo leave
their homes yesterday to rail at the dtoir
trlsl's for a free trial packaire of Lane's
Family Medicine. If your blood is bad.
your liver and kidneys out of order. If
you are constipated and have headache
and an unsightly complexion, don't fall
to call on any drueiclst today for a free
ample of this (rrand remedy. The lsdies
praise it Everyone likes it. Large size
package SO cents.
AstssaaeftBfUrbaklat- pewdsr. " ctiit
U la tosvaataf sosjactk (7. A Omtnmmkt Mtl
fl. la '
A.T POPULAR PRICKS
Is always to be found at
Robt. Krause's Clothing Emporium,
115 2nd 117 West Second Street, DAVLI.'FTOJ. u
I Pocket Culler. 1
We have I Tsble Cutlery. V In
( Kiubeo Cutler. )
Man- ueful articles for the
Fall line of mechanics tools
THE MOLINE SAVINGS 8AIX
icaansd br lbs Lrgls'alart of Illissss
MOLINE. - ILLS.
Opes dsllv frots t A. M. to I P. If ,sa4 osTbm
Uy as4 saiardaf Bicmiass from 7 u
Interest allowed on Deaposlu at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per A a cum.
Deposits received io amonutsof
$1 and Upwards.
etCTHJTT AND ADVANTAtilS.
f", tSpo.iuir. TW. vmorn .rs prjbiM.
ted fr. borrosnisc an of Iu mm- rMw
Sbd sasrrlwl atoasrs srotccted by la.
Orrirra-: W. Wairuocs, PrrsldMI; fou
S?"""' Vlt- fi c. r.
rV!-" W. W-hock, Psru -kltmr.
Hiram Darllsg. A. 8. H iihu sUsVosJU
""'7rsr.C. VHrtSais. '
SOU) CTAL.fAsUS I
bakci: Jt CO.'H
is asN.iMfrr ftmrt m4
il it sii4.
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-t iu. ia. a .. as. sMca t
s-iJ wm. sssrs. inu
tti.. SS IS W.i-.fc.. tm r
ssi. tmmnm Urn Mm ,n
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as M hsm la - ,
W BAXER&CO- TVrrrr.hster. Ksas
'v J nflfJtOi trysniu
.-. ' I--.!... ., t a.- IKs, ssViav
. " ' " . sr-. ! sites a.ws4.SB l,H
!) rllNi., ! Jlssarv as? - - - mmtt M
m O b scknosrW4rrsl
ssim mas-Is kaf
ftvsi A bim.
The sals a., ttai, (,
I ar aiikaisorMbiua.
I warrll tt axl awl
i- i TTisimliiai
k , 1 lifra UL
suy a fsssl aa
s' s nil r.
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aaMs isnaasH PtrsjLss ie Swa
ttssMtitSrSas aSs - SJ - m
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-TUB LARGEST ASSORTMENT
EVER OFFERED IN TOE TRI-CITIES,
all at) Irs
Snow Shovels for Snow.
Coal Shovels for Coal.
Dirt Shovels for Politicians.
hous tbat are suitable for Xmas
anJ hiiiljfrs Lard -rare.
OUR MEN'S CALF
BEATS THE WOBLD.
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and yinware,
Fxnunps, iTjfiLs, &c.
Baiur Basacr Cookloc aa4 Hestloj Stoves assl the Grisrasv. CotAicj 1st r.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 SECOND AVVL. ROCK ISLAM'. ILL
Second Hand Goods-
Bar, sella as4 UU ssy snlrla. A avrrwtls tail W J.tMrirt
No. MlltWe! Avs-au
A share ef rr
IF1. W. WI1TTEB,
PlaasisSsS sf U
. Arcade CIGAR Store
AJTD TEMPERANCE BILLIARD AXD POOL II ALL.
Isissrts4 CsasB s saedsJty, rot s (ast s
1 Fe,tUr lusw. t
J Carps-t rrnn. ' "
( Carprt birrlrkrrs S tLl tt 1
Avrous. D.aer Is
Cigars and Toys,
aaafBctararsf stills St sf
BOOTS AND SHOES
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IM 6ecea !, Bk 11 tad 12.
Ho. 1S0S SECCXD AVEXtE.
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