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TUC KOCH ISLAND AI,GUB, FRIDAY, DECSnUI.1. 2G, 1CC0.
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Anonrstoas conimaniostlomt not noticed.
Cnrraspoeaene soiicitM I rum nrj wwasuip
IB Hock Island county.
Friday. Detkmbkb 28. 18B0.
Patiie U wondering whether
sve b "IldPPT New Year" or
Ttfwnut-look it tot very promising.
i, nor jet
Hoc Island Ii the only Illinois city
which Wcolvcd '75.0O0 Christmas dirt.
The distinction 1 almost commensurate
with the Intrinsic value.
Now tlx lnioit claims that W. C. Col
lin ia el'glble to a sest in the legislature.
It ia not necessary loathe A rocs to call
i the Union a liar Mr. Collins baa kindly
ai'ved as tbst unpleasant task.
DiaPATCBU from various cltle In
; Illinois report that (now fell Christmas
f . kday some ptscs to the depth of en
) Inches. Io Hock Island 9nta Claus waa
! compelled to make bis visits on wheels,
't we bave beard no general complaint
h hta (allure to put in an appearance,
i ,urreptUlouly, of course.
A lbll Bnlidlnr.
Christmas day, 1800. should always
I have a special signidesnce to Rock Ial-
andcrs In future years. Not because of
any particular dcmonsirstlon, cor boun
i ieona food cherr from local Causes on
that day, but by reason of the filial af
faction displayed by Uncle Sam through
j' President Hsrrison. Wednesday evening
i the president' signature was affixed to
' the bill appropriating $75,000 for a pub.
'; lie building at Rock Island.
1 but like the little onea who awake Christ-
; tnaa morning in total Ignorance of Santa
; Claut. benevoleuce, no one In tbe city wa
J aware of the munificent gift which bad
; tifrco laid at Rock Island 'a door. The
ax-wts swiftly spread, however, and like a
;j youngster, wbo found bis sticking bulg-
ing ouAwlth goody-goodies, tbe face of
') each and' everyone wbo beard tbe good
news bearded with joy. Everybody con.
. . rfratnlatedcverybody else, and while the
' general Impression bad previously pre-
valled that an appropriation would come
,, aoonrr or liter, still it waa a matter of fe
; Delation to know that tbe prize wasrafely
landed. There waa some well founded
'j apprehension, In fact, that tbe president
would fail to aanction any further appro.
priation of auch nature, tbe flood of
public building bills being a menace to
the rapidly disappearing surplus, "
THE FARMERS' FEDERATION,
Tne Acrlraltaral Organisations af
tatTwraljDrat lflatrtrt Awopi Ian
pan as t Jtreelatleae.
Tbe federation of farm organizations of
tbe Twenty-first senatorial dlhtrict met In
convention at the court house Wednes
dHj and adopted a platform of princlplea
on which to place its legislative candidate
be'ora tbe people at the coming spi-clal
lection. . .
Tbe resolutions, as far as national ia
auea are concerned, endorse tbe Butler
worth option trading bill, the bill pro
blbltlng alien ownership of land; demand
the forfeiture of the Union Pacific rail
road charter to the end that the govern'
Wnt may assume control of it, and de
mand tbe free and unlimited coinage of
American produced sliver.
On tbe state questions tbey favor a re
ducllon of passengbr rates to twu cents
per mile, a reduction of stock yard
charges, tbe furnishing of uniform school
test books by tbs state at cost, the Aus
tralian ballot system, the listing for tax
lion of all bonds, notes and mortgages
and bearing tbe assessor's official stamp.
tbe limiting of tbe legal rate of interest
to sis per cent, either directly or indi
racily, under penalty of tbe forfeiture of
tbe principal and interest. J. U. Oa
born waa chairman and R.C. Clark waa
Tbe convention a'ljurned to meet again
tbe second Saturdav In February at Orion
Y ril-ntnawn sjteaan-heaiaaaa'e
C ipt. John Glenn, well known here as
tbe csptain of tbe Llbbie Conger two
' years ago when the boat was in the ex
cursion business for a season, died Moo
day afternoon in tbe Sisters' hospital in
Cu Louis, Three weeks ago be was st
acked with fever and Inflammation cf
the bowels, and the itinera terminated
fatally at the time stated. Tbe deceased
waa a native of Dubuque, born 47 years
ago on the farm of his parents near Bun
combe. Ee left it wben 1? years old and
thereafter followed tbe river. For 20
years be has run on the upper and tbe
lower Mississippi summer and winter.
Of late years be has been captain or mate
on many of the boats plying past tbia
port. He was mate of tbe Pittsburgh
part of one reason, was captain of the
War Eagle for a time, was mate of tbe
Gem City, engaged in tbe Keokuk, St,
Louis traffic, last year, and this spring
was mate-on tbe St. Paul. Few men are
better known along tbe river.
A grout surgeon is frequently tcmpta)
by tbe mare.love of bis art to perform an
operation not strictly necessary. Dr. Mott
used to relate an anecdote of his lost visit
to Paris. A celebrated Paris surgeon aaked
him one day if be would like to aee him
perform hia original operation. "Nothing
would iflvc me more pleasure," replied I)r.
Mott. Tbe Frenchman mused a moment
and then Said: "However, now I think of
it, there is no patient iu tbe hospital who
has that malady. No matter, my deaf
friend, there Is a poor devil in Ward No.
, who is of nou.se to binuelf oranvhod
elae, and If you'll come to-morrow 111 op
erate beautifully on him." It need not be
aaia mat nr. .Mott declined the invitation.
Ban Kraucisco Argonaut.
, A Woman K ua.il gurtyor.
Norway, Me., is solving the problem of
the roud rvpuirina; Imxuiesa in a novel way.
In one of tbe districts the meu declared
they would no longer oversee tha mending
of tba roads, oh it waa a thankless job at
beat, ami they were all busy with their
other work. But the roads ere in a bad
condition aud must be repaired. A woman
waa appointed surveyor, and aheltindartook
tha work with a determination to succeed.
The road machine and men who worked
under her direction have put the roads In
first class shape. Norway claims tha
honor of having the first woman road aur
veyor, unless some other place baa a pro
Ad0" u2im and -Oxford Count
, A fmU.'a IUaon.
THE FOREIGN WIRE
Condition of the Strike on the
LITTLE SIGH OF ANY WEAKENING.
The Railways Dolna; Very UUle Banlnets
and Other Industrie Embarrassed
O'Brien Beaches Paris and Has a Talk
with McCarthy Paraell Complains of
the Priesthood Raaolaa Keply to For
eign Advice to tha Csar Cbarg-es
Against the Hebrews Foreign Notes.
liOKOOK, Dec. S&-Tba success of tba
Scotch railway men in paralysing tba
traffic of the roads is largely due to tbe
excellent discipline of the atrikera, es
pecially in the matter of organized picket
duty. It is almost impossible for any man
seeking work to pass the strikers' lines
and obtain an interview with the railway
officiaU. The atrikera abow no signs of
weakening, although tba supply of funds
Is not sufficient to prevent privation
among them. Their applications to Eug-
usn uniona for aid ar being considered.
Train Wrecking and Astao.lt.
An attempt was made last night to de
rail the night express between Glasgow
and Kilbride by means ot apiece of ail
way Iron fastened on the track. The ob
struction wan discovered Just in time to
save the truin from destruction. Tbe
company allege that the dastardly act was
tbe work of the atrikera, but tbe men em
phatically deny that any of their number
was conuected with the outrage. Two
engineers who continued at work were
atoned by strikers yesterday near this city,
and were badly injured. There bave been
numerous cases of less aerious assaults
upon men who remained at work, or non
union men wbo bave taken tbe places of
The Companies Will Fight It Oat. -
Tbe Scotch railway companies bave
abandoned all idea of a settlement and are
making efforts, thus far with poor success,
to obtain English workmen for their
places. Service has been partially resumed
between Glasgow and Edinburgh and the
mails are forwarded with some regularity.
There is still, however, a virtual embargo
on t radio, and trade and commerce are
paralyzed by sea and land. A contingent
of tbe employes of the Caledonian railway
Joined the strikers yesterday, but the com
pany succeeded in making up the oat and
is in better shape now than at any time
since tbe strike began. Many strikers at
Aberdeen have resumed work, taking ad
vantage of the companies' offer to restore
them to their former places if tbey re
turned at once. At several other points
the men are showing more disposition than
heretofore to submit their demands to ar
bitration.' Some Effects of the Trouble 80 Fnr.
Tbe Glasgow docks have been cloned on
account of the strike. The supply of coal
for tbe gas works at Perth rs almost ex
hausted, and it is feared that tbe city will
be left in darkness because of tbe iui-'
possibility of obtaining a renewed stock
of fuel. Owing to tbe effect of tbe strike
on tbe coal trade several Busar refineries
at Greenock bave been compelled to shut
down. About one thousand railway men
at Hull have decided to strike for better
wages snd shorter and more regular hours.
Kyrupnthy from England and Ireland.
Tbe Knglish and Irish railway societies
nave issued a Joint manifesto asking all
rauway men not to aasist tbe Scotch rail
ways, but to remain neutral in regard to
tne stnee. - lr their employers press them
to help the companies whose men are out,
tney must strike rather than comply.
. THE CAMPAIGN IN IRELAND.
An Interview with Pnrnell on Kilkenny
O'Brien and fill! at Pari.
I .ON DON, Dec. 25. On bis return from
Kilkenny to Dublin, Paraell visited the
offices of United Ireland, and is sold to
have expressed dissatisfaction with the
way that paper bad been run during the
Kilkenny campaign, and especially in the
matter of the cartoons. John O'Connor,
M. P., one of Parneil's parliamentary .ad
herents, has been editing the DaDer. and
will probably retire, in any event, after
tue fans conference with O orien.
He Lays It to tho Priests.
In an interview before he left Dublin
Parnell said he knew beforehand that
the carrying of the Kilkenny election was
almost hopeless In view of tbe character of
tbe opposition that he bad to meet. The
conduct of tbe priests, he thought, was
very blaraeable. They brought a pressure
to bear without which the masses of tbe
people woufd have voted differently. Had
tbe people been allowed to exercise their
own judgment without intimidation they
would have sustained him. It was hardly
in keeping with the functions of the priest-
noou to uoiu over their nocks spiritual
penalties tot tbe exercise of individual
judgment in political matters.
Mora Allegation of Bulldozing.
He added that it was an encouraging fact
tnat wnere tne priests aid not interfere his
side polled V0 per cent of the total vote.
He bad desired to penetrate tbe country
districts around Castlecomer and present
cis arguments to tne people there, but the
opposition to his progress was so unscrup
ulous that be desisted in order to prevent
bloodshed. The priests led the people of
rtortn HJlKenny to tbe polls like sheep. In
many cases, where they could not coerce
men into voting their way, they succeeded
in iutiuiidating them so that they re-
rraiueu irorn voting at all.
Scully's View of the Matter.
Scully, who is a strong Roman Catholic.
was convinced, said Parnell, that if the
priests were allowed to continue their
course in tbe coming elections Ireland
would be lost. Parnell also said that be
intends to immediately enter npon tbe
work of thoroughlv reorganizing tbe party.
He expects to start on Monday for Paris
to meet O'Brien, and on his return he will
take a short rest. He will resume the
campaign early in January, opening at
Limerick. Parnell arrived in London late
last night. He will have an interview
with O'Brien in Paris some time within
the week. .
Mot Significant of Beeouelliation.
Paris, Dec. 26. O'Brien and Gill ar
rived at Boulogne from New York Sat
urday, and were met by McCarthy and
Sullivan on landing. They expressed
themselves as overjoyed on being Informed
of the result of the Kilkenny election.
A tug having on board McCarthy, Sexton
and Condon, Father Humphreys end Mrs
O'Brien's father and mother (Mr. and Mr
Raffalovitch) met the steamer Obdam
outside tbe harbor and the party welcomed
O'Brien and Gill and took them ashore in
the tug. On tbe way to the pier none of
the party would talk to reporters. Sex
ton and his party returned at once to Lon
don while O'Brien left for this city, arriv
ing here at 11 p. m. yesterday. They
were driven to the residence of Mr. Raff
alovitch in tha Avenue Hoche. There
tbey will stay during their sojourn in this
Trouble Ahead for Kesr Tipper ry.
London-, Dec 26. The evicted tenants of
the Smith-Barry estate held a meeting
Tuesday to consider the situation. Owing
to the stoppage of funds some of them
are in absolute want, and there is a strong
feeling in favor of a wholesale surrender
to Smith-Barry, whose agent, Mr Town
aend, has notified tbe tenants severally
that the unoccupied farms are still at their
disposal on the old terms, without any ad
ditional charge for the .improvements, to
which they have forfeited their title. It Is
evident that nnless arrangement are
speedily mail-; s to tbe funds the plan of
campaign wilt be a complete failure.
The Political Priest Congratulated.
London. Dec. 28. The bishop of Ossory
bas issued a communication to tbe clergy
of his dlo?ee, congratulating them on
their go id work m the election.
THEY POSSESS TH AKTH.
That Is the Cumulnlnt tho Russian Makes
LuNlrtx, Dec. 26 According to a St. Pa
tersburx tetter Privy Councillor Stoain
aovskl bas made a semi-official communi
cation to one of tbe leading foreign resi
dents of St. Petersburg In relation to tbe
anti-Srmltic legislation. It is in substance
that the restrictive treatment of tbe Jews
is made neronsary by the course pursued
by that people iu absorbing by usury and
over-reaching the money and means of the
poorer classes of Russians, and that the
proposed law prohibiting the Jews from
owning landed esutes is Intended to pre
vent them from acquiring by trickery and
oppression the propsrty of orthodox Rus
sians, of wbiuh a vast amount is aUeady
m bemitia bands. - ,
Foreign Adriee Is Offeaslro, -
Nothing is done, he says, -which .Is not
strictly requisite for the' protection of tbe
Christian subjects of tbe czar, and that
Kussta is only leading in a coarse that
England and Europe generally will be
compelled to pursue, unless all property
is to be allowed to fall into the hands of
the Hebrews. A St. Petersburg dispatch
states that tbe czar bas emphazied bis dis
approval of gratuitous foreign advice in
the affairs of bis empire by orderiug the
discharge and expulsion from the country
of 11,000 alien workmen heretofore em
ployed by the government. Most of them
are Germans, many English and some of
Italian and other European nationalities.
Great Socialist Demonstration. "
Blil-SSEIJI. Ttre. 9ft Tha fnnaml f tha
noted Socialist Paepe took nlace yester
day and was made tbe occasion of a
great Socialist demonstration. There waa
an enormous concourse of people in Ah
procession that followed tbe body to
the grave. J ive hundred Socialist asso
ciations in all parts of Belgium were
represented by large deputations with
bands and bauners.
How They Mako War ta Formosa. ; .
London, Dec. 36. A dispatch from
Shanghai states that tbe savage tribes
of Formosa have again broken oat in re
bellion against tbe Chinese authority on
the inland, and gained advantages over
the imparial t roops. A Chinese captain
and several soldiers captured by the sav
ages were afterward found impaled and
beheaded near the scene of their cadtnrs.
"Gnu PUy" at a Christmas Festival.
Oxmoor, Ala., Dec. 26. A riot broke up
Christmas festival at a negro church
near this place Tuesday night. Nearly a
dozen negroes got into a fight and fifty
ahou were tired. Ben Butler was killed
outright and Tom Alexander and Robsoa
Mcintosh were fatally injured No ar
rests nave been made.
A Good Chance for Keal Estate Men.
LOSDOX, Dec 26. St Petersburg ad-
advices state that the Jews everywhere
are throwing their property on the mar
ket in obedience to tbe decree, already
prepared, and to be promulgated about
Jan. 1, prohibiting Jews from owning real
estate - -- -
It Is Killing Hundreds of Children.
London, Dec. 86. Tbe terrible plague
of diptlieria in Croatia has already de
stroyed hundreds of children and in
many instances parents are permitting
their otlspring to die without medical aid.
having lost all fuith in tbe doctors.
Resolves of the Belgian Bad Ira 1
Brussels, Dec. 26. The Radical con
gress In sessiou here adopted resolutions
In favor of universal suffrage and the rep
resent.it ion of minorities.
GREETINGS FROM GREAT MEN.
Specimen Christmas Sentiments Sent to
The New York World.
New York, Dec 26. The World prints
Christmas greetings from a number of au
thors and poets, among them being the
following: That from Oliver Wendell
Holmes was: "Pax vobiscum. May the
time soon come when all the nations of
the earth, whatever their boundaries, and
whatever their forms of government, can
be included under the peaceful and friend
ly title of The United States of Christen
Rev. David Swing, of Chicago, sent tbe
following: "The United States. The great
er opportunity ever offered to man. Each
citizen should urge himself and tbe nation
onward in intelligence, industry, honor
Riley and Mark Twain.
James Whitcomb Riley, the Hoosier
poet, sent from Indianapolis the "Christ
A word of Godspeed and good cheer
To all on earth, or far and near
Or friend or foe; or thine or mine
In echo of tbe voice divine
, Heard wben the star bloomsd forth and lit
The world's face, with Ood's smile an it.
And this was the screed that Mark
Twain sent: "It is my heart-warm and
world-embracing Christmas hope and as
piration that all of us tbe high, tbe low,
tne rich, tne poor, tne admired, tbe de
spised, the loved, tbe hated, the civilized.
the savage may eventually be gathered
together in a heaven of everlasting rest
and peace and bliss except tbe inventor
of the telephone."
HIGH OLD TIME INDICATED.
The Illinois legislature Likely to Bave a
Chicago, Dec 26. It ia announced that
the Republican state central committee
bas filed notice of contest of election
agaiust E. T. Noonan, J. W. Arnold, J. W.
Coppmger, aud Mr. Caldwsdl, Democratic
senators-elect from the -First, Fifteenth.
Forty-first and Thirty-ninth districts, re
spectively. The Tribune interprets this
action as meaning that "every time a
.Democratic majority in the house of rep
resentatives ousts a Republican, a. Repub
lican senate will oust a Democrat. It
means, moreover, that the session of tbe
legislature which ia now imminent will
be a thing of beauty and a joy forever, in
comparison with which the proceedings of
tne 'inirty -fourth general assembly will
be as mild as a May morning." .
DREADFUL SIGHT AT A FIRE.
Two Men 8een In the Flames Just Before
the Roof Fell on Them.
Kansas Citt. Mo.. Dec 28 A special
from Holden, Mo., Says: The bouse of
Samuel Mulone, on West Fifth street.
burned to the ground yesterday. As the
firemen arrived on the scene one side of
the bouse fell out, and by the light of tbe
fire tbey saw Mr. Molone and John Hicks,
his brother-in-law, crawlinir towards a
door in their bed room, attempting to es
cape. Then the roof fell in and the un
fortunate men were hidden from sight,
Their charred bodies were found in the
ruins. It is believed Molone and Hicks
were drugged, the bouse robbed and then
set on Ore, investigation is being made.
The Way to Get Possession of Cuba.
WA8HIXGTOX ClTT. Dec. 26. A disnatch
from Havana reports that a syndicate of
New York capitalists bas within the last
few days purchased for $000,000, in gold, the
sugar plantation and factory known aa
"Ramon," one of tbe largest in Cuba, and
is making arrangements to increase the
cultivation area and reduce tbe cost of pro-
auction, j. he same dispatch also reports
that another New York syndicate is nego
tiating lor the estate Lima, near the town
of Sagua, and that agents of other syndi
cates are in the country prospecting for
'A Demand That May Mean Strike.
Altoosa, Pa., Dec. 26. The miners .of
the Central Pennsylvania coal regions
nave served notice 011 the coal operators
demanding a change in tbe price of iniuing
from 5U cents gross tou to 50 cents net ton
and a new working scale of prices, which
they want to go into effect on the 1st of
January. If the demands are not granted
the meu to the number of 15,000 will quit
wort on the nrst or tne year.
t orepuiiKh's Theatre Harried.
'BAl.TLMOItE.XId.. Dec. 26. Foreonuch
theatre, a part of .lie Masonic Temple
bulldinsr. was burned yesterday. - Flames
were discovered about noon and soon
thereafter nothing but tbe walls of the
beautiful building were left t-tanding. The
loss - will be about (300.000, and the in
surance is reported to be iiS,0UO No one
Has a Bllxsard of His Own. :
ColfMBCs. O., Dec. SC. Etekiel Mettles,
aged 60, a wealthy and retired newspaper
man welt known in Ohio, and Miss Eliza
beth Blizzard, aged 21, a charming young
lady of this city, were married last night.
Mr. Mettles bears tbe distinction of being
older at tbe time o( his marriage than any
fellow Journalist wbo ever officiated as
bridegroom. , :
Seven Passengers Seriously Injared. '
Gbin.vell, Ia., Dec. SC. A. head-end
collision occurred last evening on the Iowa
Central railroad near this plaoe between a
freight And passenger train. Seven pas
sengers were seriously injured.. The en
gineer of tbe passenger train Jumped, and
ia believed to be fatally injured.
A letter written by tbe father of Judge
Tburman has been unearthed containing
the information that the judge when a
boy wucted to go to West Point. Judge
Thurmau on being told of the letter aaid
that at 16 ba waa ambitious to be a soldier.
ALL IN NEW JERSEY
Race thi.t Was Calculated To
I Be Very Fast.
rax siw ' rana odt-dooe epoet.
two Men St srt tha Pna ia New Jersey
Ho Grass ; Srew Vnder Their Feet As
tonishing Performance, of a Mother,
and Thla '; la New Jersey Too leo
Palaea Hi lit of tbe Artifluiat Prodaet,
Also in Jcsey.
NbwaiuU X. J.. Dec.- 26 -AH sorts of
sacee bave 1 b., devised by lovers of out
loor sports So test skill and .endurance of
athletes B it obstacle races, t hree legged
snatches, CO' itests over the hurdles, cross
jountry run t through swamps and over
sedge and d tcbes,fade into insignificance,
when com pi .red to a contest that was de-
aded at Bra Kb Brook, near Newark, yes
serday. It aas a 800 yard race on tbe iou
for a purse cf $50, and tbe conditions were
-.hat the met should run in their bare feet.
When tbe be nr arrived only two men sig-
llfied their i iteutiou of taking part. Tbey
were Martin Weiss and James Kecgan.
Tt Knnnera Got OaT.
Weiss is an employ of the Knicker
Mcker Ics company, while Keegan b a
tairbuilder. When tbe race started there
were fully 1 GO persons present. The ma
(ority wore skates and were prepared to
accompany the athletes on their Journey.
Weiss was t uvle a favorite in the betting.
Why this wa so uobody could understand,
9ut tbe betttra probably thought that bis
:tnilmnty vuu jce would assist him in
iriuum.. Tl .meu. did not stand attho
darting post any length of time. At a
Hgual they g jt off ou even terms and ran
sreast to bteast for the first half of tba
llstanca. . .
Winnl if Daah at tho finish.
They were followed by tbe skaters, who
urged the- intestauts by shouting aa
loudly a tbur lungs wonid permit. After
passing tbe 100 yard mark Keegan made
1 spurt, takh g a alight lead. Weiss did
sot, howevei, allow this to annoy him.
He kept gcin along at a steady gait, and
n-heo only iweuiy-flve yards I row the
winning post wasou even letm with tbs
ipeedy utairl inilder. Both iiien were ap
parently exl austed, but Weiss bad power
mough to mi ke a final daL. and he won
-he race by a few feet.
Wanning l tha Karers.
After the rice both men were attended
y their frieo is. Doseus of flasks were
produced, awl both the victor and van
juislted saui( led various brands of New
ark whisky v their heart's content. After
saving their feet rubbed and warmed tho
aien said that tbey felt first rate. Keegan
ta hot sat istie. I with the result uf the race,
tud he will lame a cballenpo to Weiss in
few days, ituuuiug bare footed on tba
Use promises t o become a popular pastime
n-ltb Newark, sports. In the meantime
Mr. Weiss bss tbe distinction of being the
;hanipiou ba-e-footed ice runner of tbe
PALACE OF ARTIFICIAL ICE.
Unique ntrooi nro Bnilt by a Newark, M.
New YoEK. Dec. 36. An-artiticial ice
company built a little ice palace along
side its freed ig plant at Railroad avenue
aud Murray streets, Newark. last week,
snd finished ii yesterday. Colored electric
lights were l"t in and tbe crystalline
building waa illuminated last night.
It is not ah pretentious as a Mont
real or St. Paul palace, but it
has tbe advantage of trans
incency, the blocks of ice being remarka
bly clear, so clear in fact that people walk
ing around it side could be seen from tbe
passing railnsd trains. The building is
nearly squan, with a frontage of about
thirty feet. It is thirty-five feet high, aud
tine of the two towers is topped with a flag.
It is the first building erected with arti
ficially frozen ice.
REMARKAELE FREAK OF NATURE
That is Pnasluaa; tho Physicians of Or
' ang-e, )i. t. ' '
Orange, N. J., Dec 26. The doctors in
thjg vicinity iin marveling over a most
sxtraorJinary occurrence. They bave
ransacked the records, and can find no
aise equally lit range. On November 19,
last, Mrs. John Sullivan, of Parrow street,
this city, gave birth to a baby which was
rtrong and htalthy and is doing well.
Mrs. Sullivan recovered from her sickness
wd proceeded with her household duties,
antll Tuuday, when she gave birth to a
tecond child, also strong and healthy.
The attending physician, surprised at this
abnormal evei.t, called in a dozen of the
most prominent physicians in Orange.
Although an t ld practitioner himself, he
could not acct unt for the occurrence, nor
sould his collet igues.
ABBREV IATED TELEGRAMS.
Some of th i French newspapers inti
mate that if E nperor William visits Paris
he will be playing with fire.
A soaking r tin fell in the southern part
of Kansas Wt-dneaday, doubtless destroy
ing tne Hessia 1 ny in tbe wheat.
Rev. Rnlxn. Civil nf ThilarfuInni0
charged with being beastly drunk on the
street at mans, leiu, u., Tuesday morning.
Private Wat .bman Butz shot and killed
a burglar at Fuladelphia Thursday whila
lusj uurgiar wss in tue act 01 robbing
Henry Eiseman & Co., of Council Bluffs,
la., retail drv Ponds- auii 7mI ThnmHaw
The firm's liab Jities are known to be over
rau.oou, with about 9300,000 assets.
At a test of steel manufactured at tbe
Carpenter Steel works of Reading, Pa., a
one inch bar Broke at a strain of 233,883
pounds, being about 20,000 pounds in ex
cess of the hig best record authoritatively
The boiler ia Kelley & Wells' lumber
mill, forty miles from Newport, Ark.,
exploded Tburtday, blowing the engineer.
uey oioan, . to atoms, and fatally
mangling tb superintendent, John
Geo. M. Stor-s, son of the late Emery
C3. . . 1 . ... -
oKjrrs, ib again in trouoie. lie was locaed
up la the Waal iogton City police station
Wednesday for forfeiting a White Plains,
X. Y., bail bond . He was later taken back
lONew York. ; -
Mrs. Martha J Kmrlm a Un,nk.
woman who wa i married only last October
ana noa aireaa y separated from her bus
band, still loved him an Walt that ak.ii aha
heard he bad teen arrested for drunken
ness she commit ted suicide.
The London" Times thinks that Com
missioner Smith, of the Salvation Army,
is tne real autnt r oc the acharoe for helv
ing England's p r, and thinks that his
resignation wh ch waa announced Thurs-
uay, uieaus mat uiere is something wrong
a. a. Alary, a senior medical student at
Ann Arbor, Mic 1., died Wednesday from
sua resun or injuries reoeivea hue coast
ing last Triday night. He was going
uuuie ana start lor the train, but ac
cented au invirj f.inn tn ita no,n 1.111
lbs aled became unmanageable and he fell
.V I -. , , . , . .
sumo me aieo saruung mm in
tbe abdomen. - -
Favor tha T rrey Bankruptcy MIL
Washington .Citt, Dee. 86. Senator
Mitchell presen ed to th senate Wednes
day a memorial 3rom the chamber of com
mere of Portia id, Ore., which, together
with a series of six resolutions, may be
summarized to t be effect that tbe Torrev
bankruptcy bill, aa passed by tbe house of
representatives and now pending ba the
senate, is a Just j.nd wise measure and the
embodiment of t he legislation authorized
by the constitute tn of the United States on
the part of oougi ess, and Its enactment is
therefore earnest ly demanded.
. ObBJMjOOSa, Ia.
nual meeting of 1
was held at the
terday. Tbe i
Bounce it a succt
feasor W. Apn
. Dec. 86. Tbe fifth an
be Iowa State Eisteddfod
Uionlc Opera house yes
jl6 who attended pro
, and entertaining be-
; xne teaaers were fro
dock, ' of Chicago, on
and D. R. Williams, of
music and poetry
Braddock, Pa, 01
" ' Ann Arbor Stndonts Iraned. -
AMS ABBOR, A ich., Dec 26. Miss Ger
trude M Brandt .y, of Patchogue, I I.,
and F. E. Dickimon, of Dubuque, la, tbe
former a fresh ma 1 in tbe medical depart
ment, and tbe la ter a junior in the bom
opathic school, w ire drowned Wednesday
night while skat ng oa the rivar about
two milsa f-"a ti eisy.
if- ' : "
V -.;-.iJt :
NOVELTIES IN SIN.
Very Peculiar Confession of a
. Young Italian. .'
L07E LEADS TO A DISnGURIKEJT,
Ths Willing Victim Bel as; the Toang
Man's Sweetheart A Cnrtou Method
of Smoothing- the Course of Trno Afleo
tloa Wick Game Played oa a Balti
more Establishment by tl'hirh It Is
Out S500 and a Pnr tisrtnent Criminal
New Vobic, Dec. M When Aagiistlno,
Carmlnette, a good-looking young Italian,
came ashore among the steerage passen
gers from the steamship Hindoostan, from
Naples, yesterday, he was aslvcd by tbe
barge office officials whether be had aver
been impriMiued for any cause. He an
swered that he had been imprisoned for
seven months, and then he went on to tell
a somewhat remarkable story. "- "Two
years ago," said be. "I fell in love with a
girl named Nanette Francioli. She was
the daughter of a Jeweler for whom 1
worked as salesman in Florence.
Tha "Old Man" Pats Bis root Down.
"We were soon deeply in love with each
other 1 told her lather of my affection
lor ll daughter and told him I wished
to marry her. Ke flew into a violent pas
sion aul discharged me at once.- Nanette
told me that her father had set a date
for ber marriage with a young man whom
she did not love. When every scheme to
conciliate ber father bad failed Nanette
told me there was one certain way to
dispose 'of the case, and that was for ma
to spoil her beauty by disfiguring her face.
More Heroic Than Criminal.
"She argued that the wealthy young
man would not care to marry her if she
was nisde hideons. Then aha said we
could marry and fly to Anierira. The girl
insisted on my doing it, so I cut a gash
with a kuife in each of her cheeks. When
she went home her father entreated her to
toll wbo did it, but she refused to tell, and
be would never have found out but forth
servant, w ho tol I him that Nanette had
come to meet me.
His Happiness Depends on Ehrhnrdt.
Tbeo I wss arrested and sentenced to
seven mouths' imprisonment. Upon my
release Nanette met me and furnished me
with money to come to America, with tbe
understanding that she would follow in a
few weeks. Now I am here I should like
to remain." The papers in tbe case have
been placed in Collector Ehrhardt's hands,
and the chances are that Augustino will
be sent back to Italy.
SHE WAS HIGHLY INDIGNANT.
Tha Shrewd Method by Which a Woman
Beat a Baltimore Store.
Baltimohb, Md.. Dec S& A clever but
by no means new fliin flaiu gams w
played Weiluesdsy upon one of the largest
ladies' goods establishments in the city.
During the afternoon, when the store was
crowded with purchasers, a smart
brougham drew np at the door, and a
woman alighted. She asked to be shown
soma fnr robes, and selected a sealskin
sacque valued at $500, nd offered in nay
nient a il.oOO note. But tbe cashier, be
ing suspicious, sent tbe note taa bank
near, by to be vertlfied. The customer
became impatient at the delay and soon
prew very indignant. Before the clerk
returned from the bank she demanded her
monsy and declared thttt she would not
ourchasu the sacque.
They Took tho Koto Jirxt Time.
She said she was not accustomed to such
treatment, and when tne clerk came in
and announced thnt the note was genuine
she seized it, refused all apologies, and
left the store, in about an hour and
half she returned, however, saying that
sua could not be suited elsewhere, and
must bave the sacque, although she was
very reluctant to patronise the store. On
the tender of her tl.000 note a second time
it was instantly accepted, and tbe seal'
skin and C500 given her in exchange. She
at once drove on, no one knowing whither.
After her depart ure it was discovered that
the note was a counterfeit, and that it
had been Ftibstituted for the good one
which she at hrt presented.,
WITH KNIFE AND PISTOL.
Alias Mlckel Makes aa End of Himself
ST PAtX, Minn., Dec 96. Early yester
day morning Silos" MickeL colored, killed
his stepdaughter, Emma McLeod, and
dangerously wounded his wife, then shot
himself dead. The tragedy took place at
73 W eat Tenth street near St. Peter, and
seems to have resulted from a quarrel
growing out of Mrs. Mickel refusing to
live with her husband. There were no
witnesses to the tragedy.
Ho Bid His Work Effectively
Mrs. Mickel was shot in the abdomen
and had her throat cut, while Emma Mo-
Leod was stabbed five times n the bodr.
Several c'.iots had been fired at her, but
the stabs were enough to cause death.
Mrs. Mickel was sent to the hospital and
was will alive hut night, but very low.
Mickel was found lying on his back in the
kitchen iu a pool of blood, with a revolver
in each hand and a hole in the side of his
bead through which his brains were ooz
ing. Seven shots had born fired, but no
oue in tbe neighborhood heard a sound.
THE Mtrxrv. uHRISTMAS. .
fiood Will Was Plentiful and So Waa
Chicago. Dec! 86. Christmas never,
probably, brought joy to more hearts in
this city than it did yesterday. There w
no lack of good cheer for those who were
unfortunate. Tbe county hospital pa
tients, the newsboys, tbe prisoners in tha
-Jail, the street waifs, the orphans and
hundreds of others were given for once in
the year a square meal, besides other
gifts. One work of love deserves special
mention. . Ex-Alderman Jonas fed about
2,000 poor people at his store on Wabasb
avenue. Many of the women wbo were
beneficiaries of bis bounty kissed bis hands
and showered blessings upoti him. The
services at the churches were Joyous with
Christmas music, anJ were all well at
The same story will do for tbe other
cities of tbe country. It was noticeable
at New York that the cburcln were
crowded, while the matinees at the thea
tres were aliinly attended.
The Bay at the White House.
Washikoton ClTT, Dec. 26. The presi
dent ana the members of his family did
not attend church yesterday morning.
tbey spent most of the morning in tbe li
brary, where the McKee babies had a big
Christmas tree. The distribution of pres
ents to tbe children and the others of the
executive household took place at o'clock.
Baby McKee showed a decided domestic
taste by devoting himself exclusively to a
toy kttcueu, to tbe neglect of a tricycle
given him by his grandfather.
. . THE CRYPTOGRAM IS THERE.
A North Bakota Judo-o Vindicates Boa,
- . - nelly's Book.
Wahpetos, x. D-, Dec. 2-Wben Ig
natiua Donnelly's "Great Cryptogram was
about to be published Shelly Smith se
cured the agency for Richland county. Iu
making the rounds of his canvass this
book ageut called ou P. J. McCumber, tbe
well-known North Dnko'a politician, and
under the pretense that tbe "-Great Cryp
togram" explained the alleged cipher ruu
ning through Shakespeare's plays sold
uim a copy.
H Couldu't Find the Cipher.
Mr McCumber never paid for tbe book.
and when thj ut demanded the money
aecuiiLd on tn ci ground that h? had read
the book aud tailed to (ind the cipher
wnicn was repieseiiu-d to be there. 81111th
sued, aud tbe case calue oa before Justice
Thayer, who gave the plaintiff a verdict oa
the ground that the preponderance of evi-
uence -aonweu mat tue cryptogram waa
there as Smith, tbe pininlill', bwoix- that it
was, and Mumber couldn't swear that
It wasn't, although he was certain of It.
. Was a tlbof A Oklnhamn. - -
Chicago, Dec. 36 It seems that there it
no necessity for congress to Buppiy Okla
homa with a criminal code, after all. Tbs
legislature adjourned Wednesday night
after passing a complete code of laws
a composition of the Dakota, Indiana, Ne
braska and Illinois statutes. Whila
drawn from the many diferent authorities,
the coda is ra'Uar mJi-l, it sti.l oa the
Whom o"w s w'l w.a t o burs of t' e
O -We V
Tho India SHoaiton.
OMAHA, Neb.a Dec 86. A special from
Pine Rid ire savs that the Indiana in tha
Bad Lands are still in council. Couriers
si me in yesterday with news that Short
Ball has mid that if tbe government will
sKrer not to disarm hismeo nor take away
their ponies ha will come io A courier
has Just returned from Gen. Carr's . com
mand, now at tbe head of Ssge creek, and
brings tbe information tbat Hu Foot's
hand bas succeeded in rliopinw- by th
troop sen out to intercept them, and .f
now with the bortiles ta uie tnu i-an t
' II Was a Deadly Coolest
Cbattavoooa, Tcnn.. Pec. 36.- Ben
Sharp and Marshall Quillan. two nop roes,
bad a whirky drinking cooic iu a saloon
her yeterday. Several whit- men agreed
to buy all tha whisky th uegmrs
would drink. Each easily drank a pint
and bad begnn on a second wben Sharp
fell to the floor dead. Quillan staggered
into the backyard and fell iu the mud.
where he was found an hour later insensi
ble lie is snproaed to be dying. The
wbit meu who furniobud the liquor have
Killed a Trata Newsboy.
DlCRlssojt, X. D., Dec 36. A train
newsboy named David Shannon waa shot
on the I'm id J expreat, west bound. Thurs
day, between here and Ulendiue, by a
pasneoger named Lew Buss. The ball en
tered tbe skull and penetrated his brain.
He died in the evening at 10 o'clock. Hot
words over an oranga iej to tba r 'looting.
Both men come from near Mason City, la.
Buss escaiwd front the moving train, but
was captured and to now in Jail here.
Pat OST tho Hasurias; a Tonr. '
Dover, N. IL, Dec 26. Isaac B. Sam.
telle spent bis Christmas day in listening
to arguments of xunsol before tba Jury
which was trying him for tha murder of
his brother some months ago. The crima
u a Particularly atrocious one, tba
murdered man having beea decoyed by
tha niTirderer to a lonely spot anl Lhore shot
to death, the body afterwards being found
minus tha ' head, which had been cut off.
but waa round later. - Tba caae went to
tbs Jury lata ta tba afternpoo and tbey
ton ml tho prisoner guilty and he waa
sentenced to be hanged oa tha first Tues
day in Jauuary. 1
Will Bo Nate for tho Trass p.
Lima, O., Dec Thomas Creainer,
who is a professional tramp and known aa
"Gentleman Thomas, the dude tramp,"
waa here yesterday on a at ranga Journey.
William Austin, a wealthy BosUrn man,
offered Creamer fS.OOU it be would beat
his way from Boston to San Francisco and
return, a distance of about six thousand
miles, in twenty-one days. The conditions
are that Creamer ia to start and return
without a cent, and is to travel t-a pa -ae ti
ger trains only. Ha arrived hers and left
on a Fort Wayna train.
Holla Men Bad Boon Brlnkloc-
fw Comerstows, Pa., Dec an. James
Booth, a fanner, was hh.it Thursday
morning oa his farm, four miles from
here, by Henry Worley, one of bis farm
hands. Both men had been drinking and
had quarreled. Thursday morning at tha
breakfast table the quarrel was renewed,
and Worley blew tbe top of his employer's
bead off with a shotgun. Worley eacajied
and citizens are now hunting tor him in
Tried to Boh a Senator-Elect.
MARTrxsviixc, Ind., Dec So. At Tra
falgar, ten miles east of here, the store
of Josinb Mouiv-, state enatisr-elt'ct from
this district, was entered Tuesday night
by two masked men whu beat the clerk,
Charles Watson, into insensibility and
blew oxu the safe. The explosioiTroased
tbe neighbors, and tbe robts-rn did not se
cure an thing. A po-aa wmt in pursuit.
Watsi-u' recovery ia doubtful.
One Ballet Woonds Throe roople.
Whkhiso. W. Vs., Dec V Mosca
Howell went into tbe residence of George
W. Norris at ParkeraburgThursdav night.
and drawing a revolver fired at Mrs. Nor
ris, tbe ball passing through ber nose, tnt n
through oth wrists of her little daughter,
aud finally lodged in Mr. Norris' leg. It
oanie very near being a triple tragedy.
Ho Trnsts In Tornado Boats.
Lonimik, Dec. 8u A commisioo of the
French chamber vt deputies is considering
the question of naval reform. Admiral
Vallen stated before the commission that
with 400 torpedo boata the const of Franca
would be practically invulnerable Ha
expressed very little confidence - in sub
marine torpedo boata. '
tSronawt Him to Pioooa. '
STECBCNVI1.LC O.. Dec 96. Nevin Jack
son. employed at Nicholson's Brick works,
attempted to remove an obstruction from
the crusher Wednesday. He stooped over
to reach for the atone while tbe mill was
revolving rapidly, and fell in. "1 bav im
mense w beels ground him to pieces.
A nespnlrlas; Wire's Rash Deed.
Sax Diego, Cat, Dec 36. An Austrian
nolibl hamal lumn Pariaaa PJ,MLnnlM
died at National City yesterday. Shortly
after be was dead his wife asked outsideia
to !-ave tbe roob. She then drank a
quantity ot chloroiwm and carbolic acid
It is believed she rail not recover
Thosa Troohiesome "Boomers' Again.
AP.EASSAS ClTT. Kaa., Dee. ad. Yester
day afternoon tba "lioomers" camped in
this city held a meeting and decided to in
vade the atrip thLs afternoon at a o'clock,
provided tlie Soldiers had all left Catup
.Merritt 1 he snldlers have packed up.
Two convicts. W. W. Taylor, twenty
years, and John McGuire, fifty years, were
Tib t-M . tttnsl hw tha a-ktta,wte . .f VI wn..!
Christinas, in " accordance with a time-
couorea cu.-u.oin. , -
Riders and Fearers.
Outside of New Tork Philadelphia and
Baltimore furnish the handsomest and
beat equipped as well as the moat daring
horsewomen. Fencing for women irrowa
steadily in favor. There are few conspicu
ous prunctenta, though, outside the stairs.
Mrs. Langtry is a fine hand with the folia
So Is Mrs. Potter. Bernhardt swears by
them. The exercise is so essentially French
that it is no wouder Freucb women are
most expert ia it. Some of the greatest
ladies in Paris could fight a duel to the
death, with all the chances in their favot
nnless tha opponent was a marvel ously
fina swordsman. Viennese women fonoa.
too. In each case it is the ladies of the
treat world and tba half who affect tha
pastime. Tbe great middle class aud the
working women know nothing of such dis
tractions. Xew lork Star.
Where Pamons Mrs. Tilton Lives,
Mrs. Theodore Tilton is a sad aud lonely
woman, with silver streaked hair, a care
worn face and stooped figure ,wbO frequents
ldncoln park; In Chicago with her errand-
children. , Every pleasant morning in the
year ahe goes to tho pleasure eround. but
ia seldom recognised and never seen speak
ing to any one. She lives with ber married
daughter.wbo contributes to tbe family in
come by water color paintings, many of
which are very lovely in conception and
treatment. Chicago .Letter.
- Woman's Hold oa Life. .
From recent statistics it soeuis to be
shown that woman has a creater teuacitv
of life than man, and that tho. Hebrew
women aro zbe longest lived of any race.
Then, too, among insects tbe male ueriahes
at a relatively earlier period; in plants the
seminal blossoms die earliest and are pro
duced in tba weaker limbs, and female
quadrupeds have more endurance than
male. Herald of Health.
Valae of aa Ee;.
An egg is said to contain as much nour
ishment as a pound and one ounce of cber
.dee, a pound and a quarter of (Trapes, a
pound and. a half ot ruaset apples, two
pounds cf gooseberries and four pounds of
pears, and that 114 pounds ot grapes, 121
pouada of russet apples, 1&3 pounds of
pears and 337 pounds of plums ore equal la
Buunsnnieut to iuu pounds ot potatoes.
A Short Storv.
Magazine Editor I have just two page
apnea unuuea, and I most have a
Trusted Author Why not a short story
-. luuvoaium. a story couian'
put iu mm apace.
T. A. Oh, yes, it could. Ill get you
one at once.
?l Tv.t will ba h
Childrea's Saita from f 1 np to $2.
Bjys 8aits from f3 up to $10.
Mens Raits from $3 np to 25.
WE HAVE THE CHEAPEST MD BEST
CLOTHING IN THE WORLD!
Convince Yourself by calling on
Robt. Krause the Pioneer Clothier.
115 and 117 West Second Street. DAVENPORT, IA-
l Pocket Cutlery. I
We bave t Tablo Cutlery. V
( Kfteheo Cutlery. )
Many useful articles for tbe
Full line of mechanics' tools
AT CARSE & CO.S',
A prominent physician, and old army
surgeon in ens tern Iowa was railed away
from home for a few days. During bis
absence one of tbe children contracted a
ever cold, and hut wife bought a boitle
of ChtmbrlaJn's Cough Remedy for It
Tbey were so much pleased with the
remedy tbst tbey afterwards used trv
eral bottles at various times, lie Said
from experience with it. he regarded it as
the most reliable preparation in ana for
colds, and that it came tha nearest of lea
log a specific of any medicine be bad
ever seen. For sale by Uarit t Baha
Aa tbey parted: "A
Ah, men." wept ahe.
lass," sighed he'
With EJt's Cream Balm a child eaa he
treated without pain or dread and with
perfect safety. Try the remedy. It currs
catarrh, hay fever and colds in the head.
It ieeatily applied into tba nostrils and
(rives relief aiih the first application.
A a sal Balsam is Kama's Baiisav .
Tha diction cry stja. 'a balsam is a
thick, pure, aromatic sn balance flavins;
from trees." Kemp's Balsam for tbe
throat: and lungs ia the only cough medi
cine tbat is a real balsam. Ma iy thin,
raterr cough remedies are called balsam 'a
bnt such are not. Look through battle
of Kemp' Balsam and noli what pure,
thick preparation it ia. If you eoutfb
nse Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists.
Large bottles 60c an J Si.
"I always let a cold go as it cooses"
one says: which means that ke overworks
tba system in getting rid of a mid rather
than asSUt u 0f nag rr Bull's .Cough
Syrup. Price 23 cent.
A new idea embraced la Kit's Cream
Catarrh is cured by clewing and healing,
ot by drying up. It ia not a liquid or
snuff, but is easily applied into tha aos
trila. It effect is magical and a thorouicb
treatment will cure tbe worst cases?.
Messrs. HiidebrandU ft Wetaburger.
who have purchased the Rock Island Ice
Go's outfit, bevaa delivering io Nov.
Catarrh ia not a locals; a constitu
tional disease, and requires a coastUu
UomI remedy like Bood'a Sana par 11 la to
e"cct ar x
hook cases and
Your Attention to His Immense
ia all stile
Snow Shovels for Snow.
Coal Shovels for Coal.
Dirt Shovels for Politicians.
booae that are suitable for Xmas
and builders hardware.
There Will Be no Pony Show
or goods sold at ect or twlow cost ax
SOU Fourth Avenue.
Neither dor ha intend to give free tickets if people bey a dollars worth or twet.lt.
stock of goods, and theya. And that they caa buy a doUsVorU c as iu p
cent leas thaa aay other place la town. wvoa av par
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and Tinware,
-FTTILcCFS, 3STATT.S, &C.
Baxter Banner Cooking aad Beating Stoves and tha Oeawaao Cooking Stove.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
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Ts I raise PofctUtaCee at so.
If yon win aeal ma yoar ml J rent we
will aoail you oar llkiai rated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's coiebraied
electro voltaic belt aad appllaacea, aad
their charaunx effocts npou tha aervous
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and health. Pamphlet free. If ytfu are
thus afHujcd. we will aaad yon bait and
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Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
B. E. Permeoter, attorney a saw.
Makes collections, loeaa aooaey aad will
attend to aay legal busiaoas Intrusted to
him. Office, poeioftca block. Koch Isl
and. Ilia, daatwly
Ia the porsult of tha gool things cf
?his world wo aalklpate too much; wa
eat out toe bean aad swaetaaos of world
ly pleasures by delightful furethooi(ht of
Um. Tba raaaslu otaind froaa tha use
af Dr. Josses' Rod Cover Tonic far exceed
all clalana. It eurea dyspepsia, and all
ttoeaach. liver, kliaey aad bhvikr
trov.- 'e. It la a rarfs-i, to-y
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CaorW kj Oka I ssriatarsss af fThssIs
MO LINE. - IlaLS.
Onea Mr from f 4. . is a . If .. saaeaTaM
aat ana nsiawnr amines CnMa T as
lataraot allowed oa Desposilt at the rate
of 4 per CeaL par Annum.
Deposit receivad in amounts of
1 and Upwards.
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Si bar lo too arvasMors. Tw oWxs-ro oss pnauas
Isw fsaas aonuwiag sisl Ma ismjs. Ulnar
oso aawrlas wim a, i at i i rill haw.
Ounjsau i.T.Tnaiat, fisllann Pwsv
vaa aarnawa, Vsoe r raw a salt O. t. atsstaaraat.
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