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I THE ARGUS.
llhed Dally .nd Weekly M IBM Second Ars
; see. Rock Island. 1U.
anna -Dally, too per Booth: Weekly, If.OO
II onmmantea tl a of a erlttnl or e nmeta
. ehe ctr, political or rellaloui, man hare
f aameetuKhed for publication No toch ertt
s will bo printed orer dctlilom liraatoree
fo mh eoratnantoattatra not noticed.
hut .made ollcited (torn every township
ovfe 1 eland eoanty.
MTBDHMDti Dxcsimta 84 IHOO
M KBKT Christmas' to all.
Matob McCoMOcnti should give Bop
ntendeot Harris a." leather medal to
inow In Ilea of his valiant services to
i municipality during the pail year.
Tel Detroit Tribune quoter ei-Cur
M u laying that "Mr. Blaine la a back
mbcr." Reed "knows bow It la hlm-
If There ought to be no better au
j&rlty on "back numbers" than the x-
;TH iftdCI It tiill for John A. Wilson.
Rural, (or the legislature. He baa lb la
?teut.ee ovor Messrs. Win. Payoe and
C. WUio--he baa. already been
JCtcd, end tbe bikers are chtatng chl
' ' '
Poor Patrb seems to be reaping the
ults of hit indiscretion alreaily. The
7a, who were supposed to be hia
'h ailTocoWi. have publicly dls
ed friendship to him. Tbi la only
egloulng of Payne's trouble, how-
when he seta to Springfield he will
ft be "had never monkeyed with the
j x the election of 1800, for the Brat time
V'ce the republican party entered tbe
A tional arena, the democrats secure a
'Jorlty of the congressmen chosen from
e old free states and the new elates cra
ved since the close of tbe war. The men
ho desire to supplement this republican
efeat of 18S0 by a still mre complete
od disssirous reyerse In 1892, will advise
ie party to pass the federal election bill
i tbe coming session. St. Louis Olobt
j Tbb election In North Kilkenny re
inea disastrously to Fame II and bis fol
V., wers. the majority for Htfnnessy, the
'diI Parnell candidate, being 1,171. The
Duence or tbe priesthood played an
,-iponant part In tbe conteat. tbe entire
lergy being erraged solidly against
tcftllj. Tbe P.rnellitea, however, aay
bey will fight to the bitter end, and until
very nationalist constituency in Ireland
i Tbb retirement of Mr. Chaa. H. Whtt
.her, of Macomb, from active journalism.
a matter of sincere regret to bis num
trous friends and a lots to the newspaper
'raternlty. Mr. WblUker bad oon
lucted the Macomb EagU for over twen
y five years, and the paper waa alwaya
wight and newiy. Politically Mr.
Whitaker iai alwaya "preached" aound
lcmocratlc gospel, and his vigorous pen
las been a substsntlal and valuable aid to
:he democracy of bta particular section
and of the state at large. Thai tbe vet
arm editor la entitled to a well-earned
)rest la patent to all acquainted with bis
tireless energy In tbe past, and that he la
enabled to enjoy It and relinquish tbe
jlrudgery and toll of newspaper work la a
modicum of Satisfaction, however. The
JluqU baa passed Into tbe banda of Messrs
T, J. Dudman and Rufus Leach, two
enterprising and able democrata of Mo
tonough county, who will no jloubt la
bor assiduously to make it as readable as
Ledce Set lee
Tbe regular meeting of A. 0. U. W
lodge No. 4 will occur on Saturday even
lag, December 87, 1890. Instead of
Thuradayevenlng, December 25.
- K. H. Ho". M. W.
'' W. J. H. Kerb. Recorder.
' Two gentlemen were looking at a paint
" injj of a corn field in France, typical
; , French corn field, In which poppies shone
out bere and there among the corn. "It
reminds me," said one, "of something
juupu r mu cmersnn ainu to me when i
, was a young man.
"I bad told him that I wraa tired out, and
was coinir awiiv fnr a nna nr. ti.i
how I intended
- 1 J J , nyvv
entbaaiasticaily of my prtMnectire travels
. ana oiu-or-aonr BportB. 1 could enjoy
. . i " "
ueiiuio ui nuvn plans.
"He had listened with aympathetic inter
est, but at my lust retnurlc aometbinK in
his face prompted mo to ask, Vou do not
truna inose things a waste of time, Mr.
"'No,' he replied, 'oli, no; but the poppy
should always grow in the corn field.' "
In that exauhtitnlr nnetlnnl Tho.. i-
V I M.IWl ,U,
; pbliosopher-pw't and preacher fixed the
. iruia cunt wor is the complement, the fit
and best arcompanimeut of recreation; the
vruiu mui inspirea another poet to write
Rst la not quittlna tbe busy career;
Rest ta tbs titling or self to Its sphere.
How Onv la Mlnad.
Onyx k got out In as large blocks as it
"iuiiito. i un quarrying rjas to be
dons with wedges and saws, as it cannot
'.; be blasted or dug out with aafety. The
gTain and atreaks are so delicate that a
blast might spoil thousands of dollar'
worth. One cave of onyx waa ruined by
the use of powder. Tbe man who owned
-the cave started to get out the onyx by the
alow process of sawa and wedgee. Be got
( out several car loads, when the thought
j ' struck him that he could take all the onyx
' out of the cave at ono blast. So ha put hia
men to work and drilled around the cave,
arranging his bloat so that he would have
40,000 or tSU.OOQ worth of onyx to be
' shipped at once. The drill holes were
charged and the blast was exploded. None
of tbe onyx was fit for use except la
mosaics and such work. There waa not a
aound bit four feet long in the cave. Thla
taught tbe otbor onyx miners a .lesson,
and no shocks and blasts or detonations
are allowed in the cave or in the neighbor
hood for fear that tbe onyx may be cracked
; or that some small cracks mar be en-
targed.-New York Sun.
Monjr Sleehanlcal Aide.
, With the development of the boot and
, shoe Industry there has boon a correspond
tng increase in mechanicrtl aids to tbe ahoe
: maker who works on the bench, tbe nuuiu-
factarar who employs hundreds of hands,
, and the shoe repairer. Oi machinery, tools
,. and supplies for those who turn out foot
) !Tr thV ?"! now no lcM th 1 articlea,
all regularly luted and catalogued. Some
of these 138 article, are mad. a almost
, endless varietiea There are, for instance,
i twenty three kinds of shoe knives, over
twenty varieties of button fasteners, huts
.i and Jacks without end, bnndmis of minor
nhroeB duly protected by patents
tweoty-cicht thrcadiug machlnos, whUeof
J K!?' thu' box ta- 'teb, cord and
. bottom wheels there is a bewildering vari
4 ety.Lewlatun Journal
A Kmart Though Wicked Roy.
; Ba"le Creek, Mich., has a smart W
; TbemullH8bylawUow ?u faSS
onoofthaprindnal citizens had to goto
3 the pound three times in one week tiJ2
; t be dog on, He wondeboT, w2
.j hUoanin. but rarely left the house Th2
1 pound keeper told him that the .am. dot
1 S,5hl th dff "me and m'ived
hi aoiDg the dogcahtog
- XL ,tXb" nni oue do1 h
' tiRM and tha hnv nni MA
. . ZJ " U1LV OBIltfl thaw
"PPt'on and thenmpro!
SEXATORS-' AT ODDS.
That Silver Question a Very
F&ES.COniAGE MEN W EEBELUOS. .
The Sherman Bond flchrme Wins io Com
anlttee, Mach to Their Dlnca.t The
Bale fur "Cloture" Keported to .the
Seoale Tie House Quite bntinee t'a
til After Chrlataiaa Justice Miller's
Buoreaaor Nnme4-AmeudBient Tor the
Ciamrrr Law Official Notes. ' .
Vashivutox Citv, Doc. 84j-Tbe finan
cial bill ruported to the senate yesterday
by Sherman Is a modification of tbe meas
ure agreed to by the Republican caucus
The fourth section of the caucus bill,
which provided that the deficiency In the
nntiomtl bank circulation should be made
good by tbe issue ot. treasury notes, is
struck out, and In iW place Is inserted tbe
SlMTiimn 3 per cent, bond proposition,
modi Hod so as to reqnire tbe issue of fJ00,
00O.0OU in bonds inntead or $100,000,000, to
be redeemable at pressure after ten years.
Stewart Kave notice that when tbe bill la
culled up be would movo to amend the
bill by the insertion of free coinage sec
The Silver Me Will Bolt.
It Is expected that the action of tbe com
mittee In reporting tbia bill will consoli
date the silver forces, aud be likely to
result in the adoption, of a free coinage
bill. For the past two days the silver
Republicans have been divided, some mis
trusting and some having- confidence in
their eastern auti-silver associates. Sena
tor Stewart, speaking of the mutter yester
day, said that the bill at amended is de
signed merely to rehabilitate tbe national
banks, and the silver men bad no Interest
In it. The purchase of tbe surplus silver
held by a pool waa not i matter the advo
cates of free coinage were interested in.
All the Republican silver men are in an
Independent frame of mind.
A Combine with the Democrat.
Thctiudications are that there will be a
combination between them aud the Demo
crats who agree with them. The matter
again seems to be at a crisis. Tbe concil
iatory disposition on both sides is no long
er apparent. Tbe silver men nave decided
to effect a combination, and expect to
agree upon a free coinage bill with which
they will displace tbe election bill next
week. Tbe issue seems to have been made
by tbe necessity for tbe leaders to either
yield or else follow their own inclinations,
and let the fight come. On both sides of
the financial queation the time for tern
porizing is regarded as about at an end.
. The Cloture Kule as Reported.
The talk about a rule to shut off the
Interminable debate on the election bill
culmtuated yesterday In the Introduction
by Aldntb of a rnle of ' which the follow
ing U the text: That for the remainder of
thla section the rules of the senate be
arnended by adding thereto the following:
S ben any bill, resolution or other ques
tion shall have been under consideration
for a reasonable time it shall be in order
for any senator to demand that debate
thereon be closed. On such demand no
debate shall t in order, and pending such
demand no other motion, except one mo
tion to adjourn, snail be made. II such
demand be seconded by a majority of the
senators present tbe question shall forth
with be taken thereupon without debate.
Provision for Additional Remarks.
If the senate shall decide to close debate
on any bill, resolution or other question,
the measure shall take precedence of all
other businesa whatever, and the question
shall be put upon the amendments, if anv.
then pending, and uponAha measure in its
successive stages according to tbe rules of
tbe senate, but without further debate.
except that every senator who may deairo
shall be permitted to speak upon tbe meas
ure, including all amendments, not more
than once, and not exceeding thirty min
A Check on Dilatory Motions.
After the senate shall have decided to
close debate as herein provided no motion
shall be In order but a motion to adjourn
or to take a recess, when such motion
shall be-seconded by a majority of the
senate. When either of said motions
shall have been lost or shall have failed of
a second, it shall not be in order to renew
the same until one senator shall have
spoken upon tbe pending measure or one
vote upon the same shall nave intervened.
As to the Matter of Quorum.
Pending procedure under tbe foregoing
rule, no proceeding In respect of a quorum
shall be In order until it shall have ap
peared noon a division, or on the taking of
the yeas and nays that duornm is not
pre tent and voting. Pending proceedings
under tbe foregoing rule all questions of
order, whether upon appeal or otherwise.
shall be decided without debate, and no
oostrtu-tive or dilatory motion or proceed
ing of auy kind shall be in order.
SOMETHING TO PLEASE M'KINLEY.
Bos or Chicago Tin Plato Sent to the
WA3HI50TOH CITT, Dec 84. A truck -mau
of tbe Adams Express company
straggled through tbe corridors of the
Capitol Monday bearing in his arms a
heavy box directed to the "Hon. William
McKinley, house of representatives.
Washington.'' It was taken to the ways
and menus committee-room and turned
over to tbe clerk, as Maj. McKinley was
away in Phidadolphia, where he made a
speech at a banquet Monday night. The
box contained samples of the first experi
mental lot of tin made in Chicago, and
was designed to -furnish McKinley with
some ammunition to be used against Rep
resentative Auuer Taylor s bill to reduce
the rate on tin-plate.
Sample Sheote of the First Batch.
When McKinley was in Chicago recent
ly he paid a visit to the establishment of
Norton Bros., the manufacturers of he
first tin-plute made in America, and it
was arranged that he should have sent to
him here some sample sheets of the first
batch made. This consignment carries
out that agreement, and gives McKiuky
some American-made tin which he can ex
hibit on the floor of the house in sunuort
of his subborn determination to maintain
the tax on foreign tin. In addition to the
samples, Norton Bros, have written to
McKinley giving him details of the manu
Aimed at Canadian Railways.
WaSIIIXGTOX CITY. Dee. 94 Burtnn nt
Ohio introduced in the house yesterday a
bin amending the inter-atate commercial
law. The bill makes it unlawful for any
railroad company operating a road in any
adjacent forcigu country to carry on an
unless tbe company obtains a license or
permit to entraze in such huHhieu fmm th
interstate commerce commission. The
oil, gives tne Inter state commerce com-
mission mif hiirttv lnvM;ffl
lntiom or this act. aud to suspend for
.um uiumnt tne uceuso oi a company vio
lating tne law.
JUSTICE MILLER'S SUCCESSOR.
A Man Who Was "ot the Choice of the
WASHlXuTOV CltX. Dee B4 Th hml.
nation of Judif Brown nf Vlohioan m
the position of associate justice of the na
tional supreme court puts an end to a great
deal of speculation, and shnm that th
news sharps who have been predicting that
"Partner" Miller was the coming man were
somewhat mistaken; also It does not please
the Michigan politicians here. He was
""""if cnuice. iney were lor rtuaselL
BrOWn. Who in at hMunt rlfa.4 4.. .1 ..
' r - - mmm.iwv JUUgO,
has an excellent record on tbe bench, and
has been a district judge since 1875, when
Grant annotated him Tha n.ii.u ne v.
supreme court were consulted on bis np-
Kuiuiuivui as associate, ana when asked
for their advice lnnimmild Tt.rl.M.
as a man well qualified foe the office.
Justice Blarvhfnrri If la mIA 4.
. v ... kmu, v mu cauo-
ciaUy warm admirer of Judge Brown.
WESTERN RAILWAY SWITCHMEN.
Some Proapeet That They Will Go on mm
Chicago. Dec ai The ,iifr,i,
tween tbe switchmen aud the western rail
roads will probably be fettled one way or
another lodav. Tha mn
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul; Chi ca
"i "- iuu auu tr acme, and the IUl-
noia f 'ntni I hnM f.... i
; - - vu.u.juw wuuaODul-
mitteeof the dissatisfied switchman yes-
Conlnd't Acre a m Coeaoraralia.
A comDremise proposition submitted ty
tha managers was discussed . at great
length, but without reaching a decision
the conference a Ijourued. After the con
ference had adjourned tha railway mana
gers informed tbe men that tha companies
would no longer treat with tha committee
collectively, but that each company would
adjust matters separately with its own
employes. r- . - .
- CODaTeMtoaaJ Proceedings Briefed.
Washdtotos City, ; Dec, In the
senate yesterday Morgan spoke in support
of his resolution directing the committee
on privileges and elections to amend tbe
elections bill so as to show what changes
and modifications In existing law are in
tended to be made. The elect Ions bill was
then taken np and Call and McPheraon
spoke in opposition to the bllL Aldrich
presented bta cloture resolution later la
tbe afternoon, with the request that it lie
on the table and be printed.
Tbe house, after listening to tbe reading
of tbe journal and approving it, and hear,
ing the speaker's announcement of assign
ment of Koveral member to committees,
adjourned until Friday.
A Crymg Wast la Oklahoma.
Washington Citt, Dec 21 Tbe preei
den sent to the senate yesterday a letter
recommending legislation -relative to the
criminal code of Oklahoma. The solons
of tbe new territory spent so much tune
la riot and threatened bloodshed over tbe
capital question that no code baa been
adopted, and If the legislators are Jalr
apecituena of tbe general run of citiiens ft
seems that a criminal 'coda is a prime ne
cessity right away. The president, how
ever, doesn't exactly put it that way.
A Bill to Increase the Cnrreoey,' ' -
Wasihxotok City,' Dec a- Blanchard
of Louisiana Introduced in the house yes
terday a resolution instrnctfog the com
mittee on banking and currtucy to bring
in a bill providing for such an increase of
the legal tender currency of the country
as, united with the present supply of
money in circulation and tbat being
coined under existing lawt will increase
tbe volume of money to an amount equal
to sou per capita oi population.
May Be Padded So the PebUe Domain.
Washington City. Dec 4. Attorney
General Miller is Informed tbat tbe gov
ernment has been successful la recovering
21,000 acres of laud from the Sioux City
and St. Paul railroad, claimed by that cor
poration as part of its land grant The
land in question is still tbe subject of dis
pute, being claimed by another railroad.
The laud Is located In Iowa. -
Sensational Report Denied.
Washington- City. Dec s-The com
maudant of tbe New York navy yard in
forms tbe navy department that there is
no truth in the published report that ef
forts were recently made to sink the Ter
ror while lying at ber dock in the vard.
and that the reports concerning tbe at
tempts to sink other vessels there are
groesrjr exaggerated and for the most part
Huetoa Goes Homo for rhrUtmu
Washington Crrr. Dec et United
atatea treasurer Huston left the city yes
terday for his home ui Indiana to spend
. 1 f i , . I . . 1 T : 1
iu iuristiuBs nouuaya. - -
Aggrieved by a Blow, la the Cyo Ho Sol-
video at Hie Friends' Sug-a-eetloa.
New York, Dec 9. Clansman They
den, 45 years old and unmarried, who
worked for Henry Evers, a botttler at 49
Monroe street, hanged himself to a nail In
the wall with a small piece of tarred rope
In bis room In the Bridgeport hotel on
Sunday night. II is body waa found by
the hotel proprietor, William Stein, Mon
day. Stein said that Thayden had lived
in the bouse for five years. Thayden, he
said, quarreled with Augustus Ham
burger, a bartender, a fortnight ago, and
aamourger nit mm in the eye. Thayden
was mucn cut up oy ma defeat, and
stopped work and talked so much about
tbe cut over his eye tbat his friends jocu
larly snggeatea suicide to htm.
Be Choeo the '-Comfortable" Method.
One way to commit suicide, he was told.
waa to fasten a stone to bis neck and
spring into the river. At It was pretty
cold for suicide by drowning, Thayden's
companions suggested hanging aa a con
venient, and, as far as might be. a com
fortable, means of escape from the sorrows
of this world.- Thayden went to bed at
10:30 p. m., on Sunday, and asked Stein to
call him at 0 a, m., because he wanted to
return to work. When Stein opened tbe
door of Thayden's room Monday morning
ne saw Thayden's dead body hanging
against tne wan.
PARNELL BADLY 8 EATEN.
Henneesy Carries Kilkenny by n Majority
Lokdos, Dec. 24. The agony is over and
tne nrst iigiit on Parnell's retirement has
been won. and that bv hia
majority of 1,171 votes: The Parnellites
ciaun mat l,tu votes were not cast, 1,300
of which would have gone to Scully, but
the voters were bulldozed by the priests.
Scully has filed a petition for a new elec-
i i , ...
uuu, alleging uio aoove-menuoned state
of affairs. . .
Parnell Diane red bnt a till In tt Rln.
Parnell arrived at TlnKlln lne nii,
about 11 o'clock and waa received with an
enthusiastic welcome by an immense
crowd at Kingsbridge terminus. Davitt
1 Tr , i i . .
niaw amvea. xavta passea in
noticed, but Healy was received with
nisses, and drove from the sta
tion amid opprobrious 5 epithets
ana mocking cries. 1'araell goes
noma to Avondale ' lor a brief rest.
He aavn he la in tn w-w ;ot,u v.
the Kilkenny defeat and declares his con-
a A m i . .
i eucceen in sue end. amell's
friends are visibly discouraged by their
defeat, tbey nevertheless say they will
Amuuuo vue uatue until every Aauonailst
M.kn k I
Hennessy's election is hailed with de
lhrht bv tha Lir-n-la vkn n ,f i
J t fiuih 1 1, W uv
lleve that it muni t1,- tiw;..i
- - trv..bM. UGB,U-
knell of Parnell. Harcourt aald yesterday
mum ue una no uouot uiat toe Irish party.
Under ita iwv lH uhin ....... i i
- .n..oa.jF. rt VU.U NUU Wl
working in complete harmony with the
u ucna, auu luhc an tne gronna loat dnr-
ino- t hn n-nt. ilu.n 1 ; . . i
"-I'" -ulu ajiw uiiy uo recoverca. -
FELL WITH A CRASH.
A Building In Course of Construction
nne ruree ratal Casualties.
A5.K0K. O.. Dec. 34. A terrific wind
blew all yesterday in this vicinity, tearing
down signs and chimneys. At Barber tnn
an Akron suburb, the Creedmoor fnrt-
-age worxs, now building, which had
reached three stories in height, was blown
down, burying many workmen In the
ruins. Twelve carpenters" were placing
juiaie over tne tnira story when a heavy
gUSt Of Wind came. Thtnani
swaying of walls,and building and all f e'lL
the men droppiug fifty feet.
sent Instantly to Eternity.
John Trinlet. a workman a l,n ki.
crushed and killed outright Thxwin.-
Homer, tbe contractor was so badly hurt
tnat ne can not live, and r rank Mallery
waa injured internally so that there is no
none of his recoverr. Tha nth a ,.4.,j
- - . wjiucu
are: L S. Cower, Louis Tanella, Jos
Carey and HollowelL These, though
suffering severe facturea, will probably
live. The walla, it ia aairf .
by frost. The loss will be many thousands
w uuiiars. . r
Twenty-One Persons Bart.
Bradford. Pa.. Dec 9A a
train on the Western New York and
Pennsylvania railroad 4nmnl i.
yesterday at Watsonville, sixteen miles
north of this city, and twenty-one of tbe
thlrtv-eicrht naaaani n at.
. - WWAAU wom
more or less injur!. The wreck was
caused by spreaOlng of the rails, two pas-
tAnsrer cunt tw1 Kammon -- i:
- m(ksuBv mAtyyiuiw
over, nn eight foot trestle. Following is
u w uijurwi: Airs. James
Blake, of Sheffield, Pa., cut on foreherd,
nose en laheil. lina ! .rtA . n.i
- . r- -"- - nuu upper
teeth broken off, besides other injuries!
Conductor Edward Johns, right arm
broken and shoulder hurt; C. A. Doener,
Coude report, Pa., nose broken and inter
nal injuries; A C. Robinson, of tbe Boston
Ideal club, injured internally. - The others
suffered cuts, bruises and sprains. .
A Dynamiter Dies Insane- .
ioNDOK, Dec. at McCabe, who was
convicted In 1668 of blowing up the Glaav
gw gas work with dynamite, baa lust
died in prison at Perth, fie baa been in
sane for tbe pent two years. His friende
iie that be waa driven crazy by cruel
tieiai uieul. ,.
THE IlOoil IOLAKD
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CURSED THE TOWN.
The Lurid Malediction of Bad
: ; Citizen.
I Y? CS UW ( 0XE3 0HX TO BOOST.
Alexandria. Ms set Its MUfortanee
Since the Imgnlar Jade Held Cort
ThereA Cle rg-yasaa Cesses Down
fraternal So fettlee Greet Coanty tor
-Sig Paje.lHee--Neoeentlne; Discovery le
a Well In Kurt Carolina Cured try
the Penteeoet Sisters. - ' '
" StfcLiHGTO, la.. Dee. 9t -Alexandria,
Mo., is doomed w the fete predicted for It
in a lurid way t y a bad man many years
ago. He was e raght in some crime and
lynched near tb re after he bad bad a trial
by n mob. He I ichly merited his fate, bnt
when, asked If l a desired to say anything
be turned irpba tbe mob with a scowling
face , and hissed a -curse upon them and
their people, h iping that their disasters
might never end. Tbat year, Are swept
the greater put ,f .the. c4ty, which
then was one of ' the most - prosperous
In northeast Ml isOuri Oh the Mississippi.
Ait attempt) v aa made to rebuild the
burnt district. ' Scarcely had tbe work be
gun when a grsnt rise in the river sub
merged the plac e and ruined the crops in
the surroundini : fields. Since then oS and
on the plaosbai been visited by floods and
fire till it has ben redueed to a, mere set
tlement of agiie-racked backwoodsman.
Monday night viiat was left of the busi
ness portion of be city was wiped out by
fire with a loss nf over 00,000. :
HE'S DOWH ON "THE LODGE."
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A 8s. Louis Prt acber Ooes for the Fra
- tot sal Societies.
ST. Louis, D jc 34. The Rev. B. Cana--dlne,who
i now in charge of Centenary
church in this city, baa begun an attack
on fraternal e ttietjes. . "The . fraternal
I society is a curs second otrtj to that of in-
pulpit., "in drawing men sway from
their f amilie , in causing tbem
to leave their wives, whom
they promistd to - cherish, - and
tbe children, whom they should direct and
teach, "these soc nties are to be classed with
the saloon aa n unmitigated evil and a
social curse. A man has no right to leave
his fireside night after night to attend
such meetings.- He has promised at the
altar to love and cherish bis family, and
his evenings belong to bis family. It is
the only time hi can be with bis wife, and
the only opportunity he has to talk with
- DID POFTER GET THESE!
A Michigan C
: Young Ana
ranty Where They Raise
irteoee by Wholeaale.
h., Deo. 24. Fillmore and
a county, are great places
for large famil
lea. Here are some fair
H. Albers and wife," of
Overlsel, are tbi
happy parents of sixteen
ten -boys and six girls.
There is one pal
r of twins in tbe lot." Mr.
and Mrs. H. A.
Kroonmeyer, of Fillmore,
are tbe pare!
ta of sixteen children,
m - are -living. . It' ia
them loaded Into tbe fam
heir way to church, packed
nrteen or wb
amusing to see
ily carriage on t
Ulce sardines In
of the seat and
t box-w tbe seat, in front
under tbe seat. A horse
and buggy cam
into town the other, day
otaining a young farmer
from Overlsel a
and bis wife, w
tn two children in their
laps, two in frot
t of them upon the bottom
of the buggy bo
c, and three back of tbe
wat with tbelr
ect and legs underneath.
HORRIBLE WATER TO DRINK.
A Badly Decomposed Body Found tn a
Well--! Dream Verified.
CHAaUOTTX, . C, Dec Si. Seven weeks
ago tbe wife of :Sd Wallace a colored man
of Wades r-oro, ma missed. - Her husband
said she bad left him, and be left Wades
boro to hnnt her The other day a negro wo
man said that sb e dreamed that tbe missing
woman was in tbe well of the bouse where
she had liveU Investigation verified the
dream and thti body was recovered in a
badly decompod condition. The water
from the well bad been in daily nse ever
since the wamai i waa missed. .
A M imenlons Care.
HnxsBORO, Ilia., Dec. Si. Since last
August Mies Jsiuie Den ham, of this city,
has been confix d to a dark room most of
the time, sul bring from s compli
cation of nervous troubles and
sore eyes. Sis was unable to walk
or see. A few days ago she was visited
by a number of tbe Pentecost sisters.
Tbey prayed vrith her, and before tbey
left the bouse Miss Den ham arose from
ber bed and w ilked about. She also re
moved the band age from ber eyes and was
able to see. She has since taken long
walks and see as to have been fully re
stored to health
THE COUNQ CONFERENCE -
Between Parnell, O'Brien and Pornapa
"Dear Kate" O'Shea.
Loxdok, Dec ' L Now that the Kil
kenny election i over, and tbe excitement
attending that first trial of strength
between the Irif h factions Is dispelled, all
are looking forward with the deepest in
terest to tbe .meeting of Parnell and
O'Brien in Paiia. O'Brien is acquainted
with Mrs. O'Shea, who will also.be in
Paris, having i lready arrived there, and
who may, it is thought, have somethina:
to say in behal ' of Parnell. There Is no
foundation wb ttever, for tbe report that
the queen's praetor means to reopen the
O'Shea divorce case. The only possible
ground lor such action would be collusion.
Such Teetlst any Would Be Useleae.
It would do P trnell no good to testify to
that; while at tle same time should such
claim be succc -fully interposed it would.
maKs it impose ois xor r'arneu to marry
bis "Dear Kan ," as be habitually calls
ber, and would leave ber in a condition
worse than diviexe or widowhood.- It is
understood that at the coming conference
in pans the quertlon wul arise of the dis
position of tbe f tnds now locked np from
tbe uses of tbe National league, and an
effort will be m sde to arrive at common
ground as to tht disposition of the money.
. A FAD O THE HOLIDAYS."
Brand New Maioy In Grant Demand for
New York, D. at-More than $400,000
in new money w is paid out by the United
States sub-treat iirv In thiarir.v Mraulnr
mostly for Christmas purposes. It has be
come a custom V 1th persons whose means
enables them to tnala irlfti nf
apply at tha sul -treasury or t their to-
pet suve oanKs t lew days before Christ
mas for brand ni w bills or new coin. This
year the new tre taury notes are in greatest
demand. Mond.iv 1300.000 of them moat.
ly In ones, twos, fives and tens, were paid
out at tbe sub-ti easury, besides $110,000 la
gold coin, not ex ictly fresh from the mint,
but never before in circulation. It ia cal
culated that up to date the sub-treasury
baa naid out m tViun ei rmn ran i
" - - -" t,vw,VW ia JRIT
treasury notes at id coin for Christmas pur-
Heavy Dem inds from the etorea.
A lAffre nmhnrinn nt tk. . n.. It . : .
o- . mwh v .u. ;jiuua,igiu n
tbeeub-treaaury 'or new money come from
the proprietors of stores that enjoy a fash
ionable trade. I -. 1 thxir an M-l .IA. I
" rm. .us u
making change to return to their custom
ers nothing but aew money, whether it is
a matter of bills small coin. One con
cern annliad at tl m inktManM . i rwvi
WW pennies, but i hey were not to be had
there. .Them ana huuni J
10D or tMO wor h of S-oent pieces. Sev
otu ocrsuna navt asKed for CI gold pieces
nt th anh.ft.Maa im ulfkl. V - . .
j .. ibuiu vuo past lew
days, but they could not be accommo-
n.tM I I.. n .... . 1 .
j , Plv""lul"i uas atoppeucoln-
e.e"" iicvct m (uat aenominution.
Badly aided rive Men.
BRAZIL. Intl.. Jlec. U. The tu.il . .-
Central Iron aut Steel company's turn-
uuuaw laciory ej pioded Tuesday. Geonre
Ttnaia a m. T . . .
"-"r" ooo nurara, and Al
bert Rule were b idly scalded and Injured
Made an Archbishop.
New York. D
c. 91. The Rome corre-
spondent of The
Catholic News cabled ves-
op Kataer, of Green Bay,
Wia.. has bem
appointed a rcb bishop of
Milwaukee to sun
ce 1 tne late AKhbiabop
r-l rt e 1 '
f 'ed to r a
ARQUg, WEDNESDAY. DECEM13EU 24.
TAUNTED HIS FOES.
T e Ex-President Rejoices Over
. "the Late Elections."1
EE DCIOT..I0BGSI.-HI3 CEinC8.
But Emoinee an. Opportunity to "Get
Even"-1 ridut Harrison Commend-
- ed by Detrr-tt Papers for tbe Appoint
ascot of Judge Brown to the Supreme
Bench A New fork Politician Sold To
Be Keeping Tab on Gov. HIU Political
New York, Dee. 24. The Tariff Reform
clnb held a banquet last night at Madison
Square garden to celebrate .the recent
Democratic victories, which the club views
aa a vindication of its principles. Covert
were laid for 500 persons and the galleries
were well filled with an audience of which
the ladles formed-m prominent part. Mrs.
Cleveland boiug present. . Among those
seated, at the. tables were ex-President
Clevelsn't Senator Carlisle; Everett P
Wheeler, who presided; Governor Horace
Boise, of Iowa; Governor-elect Russell, of
Massachusetts; Hon. Carl Schurs, Henry
Villsrd and Dan S. Lamont. : ,-
The Ex-President Bouse .bora, .
.-The chairman Introduced ex President
Cleveland as the first speaker of the even
ing. He responded -4o the toast "The
Campaign of Education," and did not fail
to remember .'those -who bad- "made re
marks" on bis -celebrated tariff message.
After intimating that the battle had been
won not by tie Democracy alone, but by
recruits from tbe Republicans and argu
ing that the campaign of -education had
lifted the Democracy out of the slough of
expediency into the true Democratic ,pol
Uoo of tariff reform, the speaker pro
ceeded to taunt tbe Republican: leaders
who had exulted in the appearance of the
tariff reform message. He said that if his
message was a "big card for the Republic
ans'!, as a Nebraska senator is reported to
have said, bis state now contains a big
curiosity in tbe soap, of a Democratic gov
ernor. ' -
A Little Pig at secretary Blaine.
''If a senator from Maine declared 'It Is
a good enough platform for the Repub
licanswe want nothtug better,' bow ia it
that be is now so diligently endeavoring
to find out the meaning of tbe word
reciprocity If a senator from Wisconsin
gleefully said he was glsd to see us "show
our band' he can. not fail to be convinced,
when be soon gives place to a real good,
sound Democrat, that there was, after all,
more- in the haud.t han he cared to see."
He--also -had bis flinfr" at Speaker Reed
and Representative McKinley.
Victory Preceded by Defeat.
" - Of course we do not overlook the fact
that before their present predicament was
reached, and in their first battle with us,
the enemy gained a victory over tariff re
form. This is confessed; and we may here
only refer to the methods by which that
victory was gained for the purpose of
saying that we thoroughly undet-stand
tbem, and that if the beneficiaries of those
methods are satisfied with the condition
they have wrought, we also are not with
Other sjeches and a Presentation.
John G. Carlisle spoke on "Popular
Government," aud Governor Boies, of
Iowa, on what farmers have a right to de
mand, which he claimed in brief was lower
tariff. When Cleveland had - finished
speakings massive silver cup was pre
sented to him by President Wheeler. The
enp had on one side a representation of
Jefferson's mill aud on t he other hia resi
dence, said to be one of s set of thirteen
made for presentation to Jefferson on be
half of his admirers in the thirteen orig
inal states. It was unearthed in Virginia
a few years since and came into the hands
of Jesse Metcalfe, of Providence, who
handed it to the committee to preaent to
Tha Detroit Free Press on the New 8a
premo Court 4natl .
Detroit, Mich., Dec, siThe Free
Press (Dem.), in commenting editorially
upon the appointment of Judge Henry B.
Brown, of Detroit, to be associate justice
of tbe supreme court of the United States,
says: "Tbe nomination of Judge Henry
B. Brown to be a justice of tha supreme
court of tbe United States e .
certainly he well recei Vd in Michigan, and
wherever else Judge Brown is known. Tbe
politicians may find reasons why come
other nomination would have been, from
their standpoint, more judicious or use
ful, but tbe great public will think none
the less of it if it should displease tbe pol
iticians. On tbe score of fitness; and of re
gard for the public Interest nothing can
be said of tbe nomination but in commen
dation and praise.
Another Comnllmontnrv Editor.
The Tribune (Rep ) says: "The appoint
ment of Henry B. Brown, of tbe United
States district court, to the vacancy on tbe
supreme court of tne United States will
be bailed with hearty and sincere satisfac
tion by all who enjoy the pleasure of a fa
miliar acquaintance with him, as well as
by that still larger number who, at one
time or another, have been thrown in con
tact with bim in the discharge of his offi
cial amies. - - " - Judge Brown baa
ably filled the position of United States
district jndge for tbe past fifteen years.
WiU Honor the Position.
"He has been conscientious as well aa
prudent, laborious as well as impartial.
In point of knowledge of admiralty law.
Jndge Brown's qualifications are probably
far superior to those of any other member
of the supreme bench, as bis experience in
Its administration baa been most varied
and extensive, and this fact doubtleas bad
not a little weight in determining hia se
lection. That he will honor the high posi
tion to which be has been advanced no one
wno Knows bim will have the slightest
"IF HILL GOES BACK ON ME."
Ooeslp About tha Senatorial Fight la tbe
SUIIRA. N. Y.. Dec. 24. A tre ntlet nan
whj has perfurmed the duties of a go
between or envoy between the governor
and Mr. Weed, with powers from the
governor to wipe out the past, has almost
despaired of tbe task, and is free to confess
tbst the governor is in a hole. The gentle
man referred to eays Mr. Weed's wrath
Un tint. Im nnnaaMil' aw,. k f..l HT'
meiit of Hill's pledges that eed shalLI
get tue promiseu ana long-coveted united
States senatorship Governor Hill knowa
all about Weed's characteristics, and
knews, too, that Weed's blood is np.
Weed Is a Fighter.
Crotinuing the. gentleman said: A
well-informed gentleman told me a few
days since that Mr. Weed's voice was for
war, wat to the knife. "Mr. Weed," said
he, "race r.lv remarked. if Hill d. v,.-w
on me I'll spend every dollar I've got, aud
ui.uuji iaie to oeat him if ever 'je
runs for office again." This means a great
dral to Mr. Hill Weerl ia rll knn-n
an uncompromising fighter. He la a eatll-
(AH.iM tj . , , A
wunjiu jjuaocasss . personal innuence
In various parts of the state, and has the
Delaware and Hnriann - r nnan m ) ia
back, and its Influence reaches Into tbe
southern tier of coutles where Mr. Hill's
IngalU Continues Hopeful.
Atchison. Kan.. n. tu Kn.tn- t.
galls, who arrived yesterday from Wash
ington City, declines to talk fnwlv ahnnt
bis chances for re-election. He says, how
ever, he is confident that he will be re
elected. His friends claim that ha will
have seventv-one vnta inH rliAMmalnli,
twelve necessary to elect him will come
when needed. IngalU will remain home
for the bolidava. and nmhahlc will nt
turn to Washington City until after the
(uiiurc una ceciuea wnetner be is to
succeed himself in the senate.
' The Kansas Alliance Convention. .
TOPEK.V. Kan.. Deo. 24 Tha AlHanoa
Advocate publishes an editorial op-posing
the convention of tbe Farmers' Alliance to
be held in this citv Jan, an the da h-.fr,.
the joint ballot on United States senator,
to combine the Alliance vote on a particu
lar candidate. It is learned that Frank
McGrath, president of tbe state Alliance,
i7 uj'ineou mi (ue proposed convention.
This nracti illv an
scheme in the .head. It was sprung by
v-; ,uu cnuuiaa-.es wno xnongut tuey Sw
a chance to capture the Al.lance.
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. - - I
Emperor William of Germany Is to pay
a visit to Paris shortly.
Tbs senate Tuesday confirmed tbe ap
pointment of A. L Schimpf as surveyor of
customs st Peoria, Ills.
The son of the czar of Russia has ar
rived at Bombay, where be was received
with much pomp by .the British authori
ties. Mrs. Nellie Pesroey waa banged at Lon
don, Eng., Tuesday for tbe murder of Mrs.
Hogg sod tbe letter's Infant child on Oct,
Henry Field, of the firm of Marshall
Field & Co., and brother of Marshall
Field, the big dry goods man of Chicago,
Jndge Hilton, of Xew York, the late A.
T. Stewart's friend, has given e.00,0X to
tbe Garden City, I 1, Episcopal church
and school fund.
Two Irixh railroaders quarreled at Lex
ington, Ky., Monday over the, Parnell
fight, the rrsnlt being that one of tbem
was stabbed to the heart.
An Kngllsh plum pudding, sent from
England to C. B. Maugham, of D-troit, fat
held in the cuatero house there for duty,
having been classed as -"building mate-riaL"--
- . . ..: . . .
By the col la pee of a wall at tbe at oak
yards in Chicago, Tuesday, Michael Barry
and an unknown man wvre instantly
killed and a number of others were badly
President Harrison hss nominated Henry
B. Brown, of Michigan, to be aaeociate
justice of the United State supreme court,
to fill the vacancy caused by tbe - death of
Justice Samuel F. Miller.
Ellis G. Bard and Franklin W. Hull,
who together embezzled $40,000 from the
Lincoln National bank, of Lincoln, Pa.-,
were sentenced st Philadelphia Tuesday
to five yeera Imprisonmenteach. . ,
. Mrs. Timothy Callahan, aged 71), o(Msr
tin's Ferry, O., has lived for the past fmr
months entirely on tea and milk. Her
abstinence Is canoed by stomach .trouble
and she is active and Industrious. '. .
In the election at Kilkenny, Ireland,
Monday, 2,537 votes were cast for Sir John
Pupe Henuesiey, the auti-Parnrllite candi
date, against 1.&36 for Scully, tbe Parnell
Ite. Majority for Hennessey, 1,171.
Four Indians were hanged at MImouIa,
(ont.. last Friday aud that night their
friends held a weird ceremony, during
which two of the widows cut gashc4 in
their heads aud were about to tut off tbe
fingers of one band each, when the Indian
police stopped the perform anoe.
Becaaoe he gave a pointer that led to
the arrest of two other robbers William
Berton's sentence of - ten years has-been
reduced te one year by the governor of
California. Berton hod liecn in prison
eight times for robbery, and the men he
gave away have sworn a big oath that
they will kill him when trmy get out.
Why of Course Not.
Paris,. Dec 24. Tbe Dix Xeuvieme
Siecle states that Queen Victoria has aa
sured the pope, through Cardinal Man
uing, that there will be no objction from
Knirland to the canonization ol li.e French
tiatioual heroine Juno of Arc
A Ortaa Part-Ian ov. lty.
Londok, Dec 84 The latent Parisian
novelty is a small lufiel of the trunk
which figured in the (oiitTc murder rs.- as
tbe receptacle of the victim's munlaied
body. It isa puzzle to oin the trunk,
and when the experiruettter has overcome
the difficulty tbe lid flies open and be is
rewarded by tbe sight of a b-evdt-n image of
the unfortunate police notary. The pub
lic is not aatixfled with the Kvran.l vrnlict.
It Lathe general Opinion tha liai.Ht-lle
Kumpard waa the more gniny of tb t wo.
Hie Level Head Haved Itine.
ALllAXC., Ohio, D-c. St Jamon IhVk, a
fruigbt engineer, bad a miraculom escape
from horrible death Monday. A lo.-mi-tive
backed on him. knocking l.iiu down,
lie fully realized his pmiiioa. and throw
ing himself face downward U-tween the
rail, be awaited nnul tbe break t-ain
of ttn tender and tbe aab pan p",! over
bim, then reaching up grasped the eccen
tric nals and waa draggad several hundred
feet before tbe engine could be stopped.. .
Rtik Welch ta and Stenaaree.
The size or substance of a silk thrvad la
usually estimated by deniers. The ounce
troy and the ounce puis de marc of Lvona,
by the latter of w hich silk is tened in
France and Italy, are equal in weight, but
are differently subdivided. Tbe ounce troy
is divided into 20 pennyweights of SM grains
each, making 480 graine in the ounce; tbe
ounce of Lyons, pois de re arc, fat divided
into 94 drams, which, multiplied by 14,
equals 578 deniers. Tbe denier.ia, therefore,
onerth less than the grain troy. The Eng
lish reel Is BIS bouts of 44 inches and equals
1,000 yards. The French, 400 alls, or 475
meters, equals 530 yards. The standard of
silk measure is about 400 yard; that lengt h
of a simple filament from China cocoons
will weigh S deniers, and from French and
Italian A 10 denier silk will, then, be
tbe com bined thread of four or five cocoons.
New York Telegram.
Choosing the Lesser EriL
"I am eorry for you, Willie," said the
surgeon as be got his implements and ban
dages ready, "but a part of tbe finger will
have to be amputated. I trust It will be a
lesson to you, and that when tbe next
Fourth of July comes you will let the dan
gerous toy cannon"
"Doctor," aald Willie, setting bis teeth
hard together, "just say nothing and saw
bone." Chicago Tribune.
Grizzly What awful liars those real es
tate boomer up in Washington are!
Johnson What have they been doing
GrizrJy Why, when I was up there I
saw them teaming with horses, juat aa we
do here; but here is a boom pamphlet tbat
says "tbe entire count rv teams wit b game."
Cntcauo, De.-. a
Following were tbe quotations on the board
of trade to-day: Win t-So. : 1 i-rniber.
oinsmmI eV)4c cluead V January. oj-n d
"jc, rloa I Hv: ay. ui-,wvt if'r. ,-k -d
S7r. Corn No. S Ik nnW. )-tW 4A-. rl
4oc; January, ovitMHi ck -1 i'i.-; Jaav.
opened blac ck 1 il'r. t an o. a 1
comber, rnwnrd "ic iwl January,
opened 4"jr cUovd ,,-, Way. n n-d fl
ekieed 4.'Pc. l'urk- lMv -ml-r, teu,-d and
closed fT.si; January, ot-Tifd iu.rf. ,-l.ood
S9.77K; Slay, opened ilCfw-'i. cIokx! fl" ".
Lard January, opened aud vkrJ ; sCj.
Live stock Tbe Cnkn stork yards I rt
the fuQvwing price: Hura Market cawaed
active but eaey. and prfc i fully V fctwe r;
liKht trades. S.aiiA3S: rooi;h pa. klu tit
dXXi; mixed, fJHH': heavy yukin and
ahliTiag l.K, $J oij.4 6; pirm. kiOUl.t;Ml.
Prudtice: buttvr Fan aeuu-atur. Vtii:
dairies, nuret troth. lirirlc; pv-kiiis at x-k. Icj,
lie; gruaaa, 42 x. hcgi-Fm U can j 1, o od.
Eic per Uo-: ice bou stock, li i I'ic Live poul
try Chkheus. 6c pr lb.; turkey :-'; d-i - k.
'U.74c:j i ,$tr,j din. i-tVin.
rose. eoe per Ui; rod rose . :o.i.;; II .brou.
cUitste: F-ecrles a, vtc; Bu-lnk, SiCS-c
Bweet potato Jr vs. Hi'S Jil por bU:
HUnnia. tJZii&.Ti. Apploa C-Jukiac, $3.'Jtij
t.ffl per bbl; eaung, $iui.t; MTii4,-aa,iOuoo.
, New Tobk. Dec CI
Wheat No. t red winter cash. Sl.uVr.l.uv,;
do December, llJAM; do January, Kc; do
May, tl.UiH. Corn Na X nuzad ceeh. eV
&61e; do Dec aber. sflc; do January, aHvc.
Oata yairt; Ko. nuzed cash. 2liate;
do January, 4: do Uar. .Orr. Kye
Nominal. Barley-KuminaL r'ork-Dull; nie-o.
(Ui.lWttlx.lU. Lard-Quiet; January, tdgt;
February. Sft.19; May. M.
Uve stock: Cauls-Market firm , but no
trading ra beeves; drs ased beef, steady: nattn i
side, et2.74C ft . bheep and lambe-tOw p,
.SUaS.74 y luj fta. la-be. Si.tja Hums
Nominally ateady; lire bugs, i xiM -0.7u a
Hay plaad prs I Me, aa.00OS.M
a -nam; S.Wa.l.au.
Bav Wild. miUM.
Oust tortile. -
Cord Wooat " O S41A.
A new idea enbnond ia v'a Cra-
Cstarrh to eared by cleasiDg and hraling.
not by drylnsjtip. It to not n liquid ur
snuff, but to easily applied Into tbe aoe
srile. It effect is magical and s thorouirk
treatment will cure the wont cases.
X. IS. Pan nanter . iu
Xakes coUectioas. loans
attend to any lcl busnneee intrusted to
4 f ""-v t' V J'' UU
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A crominenl pbaicisa and old arm
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absence one of tbe cbll Jrea c on ir acted
ses cold, and bis wife bought a bou-c
of Ckmb.rlaln'a Cough Retcedy fur it
Tbey were so maph pleaaed witb tbe
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Depodta receiredin amounts of
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Children's Saila from f 1 op to $2.
Boys' Salts from 13 ap to $10.
Mens' Suits from $3 np to 125.
ia all styles
Snow Shovels fnr Sn nnrr
Shovels for Coal
Shovels for Politicians.
house that are suitable for Xmas
and builders harder are.
There Will Be
w nwua aw u cost or Delow cost at
Mil Fourtk Arcaus.
stock of roods, aad the'ysT flia .bj "oUaV.'w
cent less than any other place la to. a. J Coamr monk V
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and Trore,
lUxter Basac Cooking aad Bssltat Bwesw aad tbe Oca--, Cook is g toeee.
Tin Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1608 SECOND AVK, KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
TO The Fhont Always.
Tae m S3t exuasire line of Holiday Goods eomprisiag
nrnnrcii clocks, '
Am& laaamerabls aomJUee la -
Solid SUver and Plated T7are
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C restber D osiers, )
Carpet P-eeper. (Ton bk-J
( Carpet Stretchers. S Xh"t ""
1823 Second avenue.
no Pony Show
-Mtmm Pioneer JewaU of Rock IslsaJ.
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