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SATVBWAT. XoVEUBKB 11. 1893.
Flack year advertisement la Tat
Aaacs. aad watch the income from
AlMtBAL AVELAK, it is statcH. is to
be mvie commander of the Russian
fleet ia the Mediterranean.
A Lata dispatch from Ohio save
that thej are voting in fence corner
Bpou the western rs serve yet.
A rtorwiTiox ha been made to
Unite the southern and northern
wing of the Presbvteriaa church in
SesatokPaLUCB ha retnrnd home
to Springfield after the exhausting
labor of the sperisi eion, looking
hale and heart J. He doe not feel at
all discouraged a to the future
prosprcts of democracy by the re
alt of Tuesday' election. He st
tribute them ia ome case to local
causes, and in other to the hard
time, democratic inertia from lack
of interest, orerconfidence, etc.
The senator ! sanguine that the
democrat of the country will rally,
.ail iato line ia a harmonious and
confideat phalaax and march to a
glorious victory nest year.
The atar aaphlr ahowa la Ita
depths a white atar with tea ray.
1st Aaatralia aaaar hoi en abuts are
aow mad of cowhide instead of iron.
A comer lot ia 8a Franc iaco, once
aschaared for a anlt of elotbes, ia
aow eoaaiderad worth 81,000,000.
htedisFTal doctora considered china
fraea the callows oa which sosnabody
had bee haaftd a goad remedy for
The eoal aataes of this etate are
likely to ccatlaoe the enpply of fuel
far a long tine, according to the re
tort of the geologic al survey which
a jut heea printed at Washington.
A summary of this report a it re
late to Illiaoi eoal mine shows
that the aarabtr of acre exhausted
la aslaiag the 18.000.000 aetas pro
duced la this state last year ia fully
1 per eeat of the total aamber of
acre owned by toe amine operator
at present, aad thi total, aaya the
report, U capable of indefinite ex.
paasioa aa the oecasloa for more eoal
territory arise. The preeeat area
owned by miae operators la aaficleat
to last nearly a ceatary at the pres
ent rate of prodaetioa. The pro
dact of the mine last year wa
greater than at aay time ia their hie
lory, aggregating nearly 18.000,000
toa. while the largest quantity ia
aay precediag year waa 15,660,000
towae. Tweaty eouatie mined more
thaa 500, WW ton each, and the notn
her of employe ia the mines is
given at 83.632. The average price
for Illinois lump coal at the mine ia
1893 wa 11.03 against 11.61 ia 1883,
Thaa it will be seen that the price
has fallea nearly one-third in a dec
ade. The chaage from year to year
have not been great, but there has
beea a uniform decline in price.
The report says that what is known
as the "1111801 coal field" underlies
aot only the most of the state of Mi
aoi. but i spread over a considera
ble portion of Indiana, the southeast
era extremity passiug across the
Ohio iato Kenturk v. The coal meas
ure, a la the Appalachian system
contaia repeated alterations of sand
stone, shale, bituminous slate and
seams of coal, with the under clays
which nsuallv aerompanv them. In
aoathera Illinois they attain an ag
gregate of from 1.20J to 1.433 feet,
while in the northern part of the
state their entire thickness wilt not
eaeeed 600 to 8 ) feet. Within the
limits of the eoal measures there have
beea discovered 16 different status of
eoal. These seams vary in quality,
ia eoatiaatty and in thickness, aad
ra aever all found at anr one place.
yet sotae of the most persistent of
them pervade large areas, are of good
Bsiaable thickness, easily worked aad
aaActeatly aetr the surface to be
Oeor twenty-sis for eeat of the
reading asaa la every eoautry are
abort-sighted or otherwise of defect
Isal" ia the name of a new noe-
-wtsoaous dieiafectant which baa beea
successfully aaed for dresaing wounds.
araiaea, ate., la Eaglaad.
The school board of Auburn. Maine.
has decided that It takes six children
to saake a aehool. and they Intend
closing ap all schools having leas thaa
Young women of Germany hare n
ipersUtion that If they burr a
drop of their blood ander a roae buah
It will ever after Insure the expert
mater a pair of rosy cheeks.
Several prominent London phyai-
hava testified that wood pave-
to are responsible for a new form
of sore throat that baa attacked a
largo number of people In that city.
A colossal marble statue of Apollo
waa unearthed recently at Delphi.
Greece. The statue, which to believed
to be of the old school, to excellently
preserved, aad ia said to bear a stronr
reaemoiauee to the Apollo of Teaea.
ia the musenm at Munich.
Aa old program of the Harvard com
mencement exercises for 1801 records
that oa that occasion there were ora
tions in Latin, Greek aad Hebrew,
English poems, forenaie disputation.
colloquial discussion, aad dialogues
questions of the da v. besides a num
ber of English oration.
The people down ia East Dixfield.
Me., find that there to such a thing a
too good roads. All the owners of
trotter ia the vicinity of the town.
having discovered the excellence of
the highway, aa them aa speeding
grounds aad make travel on them
dangerous for foot passengers and
driver of very-day hone.
rrCMS AND lOBAaC
Iron steaaiahiaa veer first bailt ia
Great Brltala la tail
The fattest maa ever known wa
Daniel Lambert, who weighed 739
The atr pump, of which adenee ha
1 a a, waa invented
la ISM. ' .
The naantarlaa af "
eee.eoetaia the grave of S7.1T Ualoa
The total lose incurred through th
Banana canal awindlaa la aatlsaatrA
Th first illustrated bible ever pub-
printed in 147.
Oatta nereae waa introduced into
Malaga i tut, Th
iption bow ia 4.000,000
Th State of Kmw Yurie luli amr
state, eave California, la th prodae
tioa of grape. About 40,000 acres la
that atet Is planted 1 grapes.
A Smith college aeiaor failed to ae
tr a dinloaaa haaanaa aha Taad m.
aamber of outataadlaa? unnaid bills In
the oolleg town. On of these
amorited tofSOOaad wa for icecream
Taat part of Boatoa kaowa a th
Karta a4 la atrtetly of a aosmopolt
aaa ahaiantar, Oa a oertaia atroat
tarara iiapUyad atga la Italiaa.
Of fifteen physicians recently ex
amined ia Baltlmor by the state
board of medical examiners In which
to vested the authority to rraat lioea-
sea to practice. Miss Ida Pollock took
the highest rank, maklnr an avoraar
Sir George Humphrey, who has in
vestigated the life hiatory of eente-
asriaos ia Englaad with the view of
aaaai taming th causes aad dream
stances of longevity, has reported that
centenarians ar almost invariably
leaa people of spar habit, aad small
eater aad drinkers. Be further add
that abstemiousness from alcohol I
found to be the general rule.
DOINO AND SAVINOS.
Aa ahowinaT th hardness of the
ttasea, a bold highways the other
day held ap a palace car porter and
"only got ."
A woman aged lift years latey ap
plied for a axarriag license ia Tolchea-
omt. Bnaai. Her haaluad dUd tmrnr.
teen years ago at the age of lot year.
Civil aervie reform to said to be aa
courage t of matriasonr. In th
trtamp division of the postotBc depart
ment, in Washington, for insUace,
fewer thaa oae-half of the clerks were
aaarried in 1S7X. whilo mtvm tluww m
only tkre bachelors oat of a total of
Statistics reeeathr collected amoaw
S.000 workiag womea la Chicago
how that elgaty-feur per cent of the
ssnbrr asalm tkir nimn rvmm
their expenses without saving aay-
wing, wntie, nrteea per cent arc able
to save oa ha average B69 a vm-
the remainder fail to pay their way.
O. C Kennedy Of Ijkncaster, Pa.,
has coma into nontM&ion af an aII
tarern aign of nnasual interest, ft to
saw 10 nave been painted by Benjamin
West before ha win Icihwi a .
aad first swung ia front of the Three'
crowns tavern in Salisbury. This iaa
was th resort of the Tories of that
neighborhood, and the old sign bears
mark of the hostilitv felt br the
neighbors toward the proprietor.
John Burneson. son of Tr. KnrnMAn
of Luzerne, met with n strange acci
dent the other day. While passing an
unfinished buildine near the Hnhaa
of Marlborough's e age at that
place, one of the wo .men called out
from the roof: "IT o. John, here's
the money I owe you," and tossed
down two silver dollars. The coin
struck Burneson' spectacles, the
glass was smashed, the splinters filled
nrs eyes ana me doctors say his sight
Out in Somcrville one dav last week
a man Bent his nephew, a small-sized
urchin to the bank to set a loo bill
changed. The "kid" flourished the
tig William around Considerably, and
a police ran who saw him canirht him
aad ran him into the station-house,
pending an investigation. They took
the boy home and found out that he
waa nil rirhL The officer w
fectly right ia beinjr on the aaf' aide.
ism me "Kia- is on the officer s trail
from this out.
PACTS ABOUT ARMIES.
Infantry tactics were originated by
The earliest record of caralry is on
the Assyrian monument, about 1000.
The formation in European nrmies
to the two-rank line introduced about
seventy years ago.
At the close of the Napoleonic wats
the English fild artillerr was consid
ered the best in the world.
In the army of Alexander the orde
was so close tbat the soldiers in the
Interior file could not turd.
Daring the thirty years war the in
fantry aumed that superiority orer !
cavalry that it ha never since lost.
The first modern Standing army w
kept oa pay by Charles VIL of France.
who, ia 144. levied a force of 3,000
Elephants were seldom used ia
ancient warfare: when frightened
they were more dangerous to friend
thaa to foe.
Th Americans are generally
agreed to have surpassed all other na
tions ia th invention aad one of rapid
A Ksmsa aotdier ia asarching order,
carried aixty pound Weight aad era
expected to march four miles an hoar
for alx hour a day.
Charles VIII. of Franc was th
father of modern artillery. He mad
the gun lighter snd used horse in
stead of oxen to draw them.
The bayonet was invented by the
French in 1640, was given to all the
Austrian infantry in 1690, to the Prus
sians ia 169a The French adopted It
la 1703, th Russians ia 1711. v
The equipment aad arms of all
modern armies are substantially the
same, with differences la material
aad workmanship, the English, French
aad American arms being deemed the
Ther ar a aumber of prelate la
the Northwest and West of Ireland
who still spak th language of A
Gael. and. occasionally address their
Bocks In th old tongue. But, sine
the lamented death of Archbishoa
MacHale, we do aot find that th
bishops of that section of Ireland
take the same Interest ia th preser
vation of th old language that waa
displayed by the "Lion of th Fold,
who, ia hi day, woald neither re
eeiva nor appoint to aay Irlsk-s peak
ing congregation a clergyman who
was not conversant with the aa
tire tongue of those to whom
he was to minister.' Curious
ly, enough the archdiocese of
Edinburgh a city that waa for
centuries a sort of debatable ground
between the Highland Uaels of Soot-
land, aad their lowland rivals, whom
they were wont to regard as "Sasse
nach, or Saxon strangers now
possesses a Gaelic-speaking and lov
ing archbishop, ia the person of Most
Key. Angus McDonald, who was bora
September 18. 1824, in Invernesshtre.
will do you as much
m rnoa as me on mat
' buys Doctor Pierce
' I Pieawit Pellet. This
what you get with
them : An annotate
and permanent rnre
ror iwnstipauon, in
Attacks, Sick and
and all derangements
of the liver, stonmch,
nil kma-nla XT .
Just temporsrv relief, and then a worse
.... ... 1 , , . . . .
whuiiivu aiterwaru -out ueip ULBl UUUm
Pleasant helix Im Ftu .-
coated little pellet are the smallest, the
w (.ikc ana uie easiest in the
wayineyacr. o griping, no violence,
no disturbance to the crstem. ilSet itr
Ther come in sealml vfala irtitMi Vmm
tnem always fresh and reliable; a con-venii-nt
and p"- '-t vest-pocket remedy.
They're the r -st pais you can buy.
Ttat la pursuance
f A KlinB It nw .mu
of a tetolttkm of taa baud it dinu. r ,k-
trcoafer of nid rompsay ia the citj of Bork hi
sad. la th state of Illinois, oa ThDrsdar, the "th
4r of Iteceaber. A. D isas. at o'clock hi tfc
snernooa. for the pnrpwe of satmlttinr toa
A nt M nil rfmit lu.f. . 1- - . ,
'I 1 SPII ck of said c npany from
sum of iz hundred thonaand dollars (fenD.000 )
rated at Bock I-land, lllloois. this fchday of
5orcBber, A. D. 18S3. P. L, V Trnit i,
F. H, Galea ,
V. A. Hl-,
A. C. ItaKT,
At Canton the average number of
executions la about 8X) per year,
bat la 1885. 60.00) rebel were be
headed. . Female are sometime
strangled and the worst criminal
are nailed upon a cross. Sometime
the sentence direct that the crimi
nal, while living, shall be cut into a
aamber of pieces, which number never
exceeds thirty-six. Th headsman
formerly received 91 head, but the
aupply aad competition has red need
th wag to fifty eeat apiece. Moat
criminals who are beheaded ar
water pirate aad lead bandit.
Th Xsala Itaakasi i
At the wedding of George
tout aobl uBcaees. whose aame la
not givaa. had the dreadful atlsfor
tua to anaaaa dariag the
aad thereby burst her stags. A
shawl waa thrown
taken t th
FINS AND FBATHBRS.
Frederick W. Ayer, a lumberman of
Baugor, Me., carries off the honor
gain this year for success la fishing
In the salmon pooL The greatest
catch in one day was mad by tvory
Donne, who took five salmon. The
total catch for the season was
eighty -seven fish, weighing in all
There is no telling how many mil
lions of sparrows were destroyed by
the two hurricanes which hare
wept the Atlantic seaboard. No
neb destruction of bird life by storms
ha beea recorded since the great
blizzard of March, 1880, when vast
number of feathered victims were
picked up In New York, Pennsylvania
aad elsewhere after the snow had
Ia 1880 th sparrow had occupied
oaly about IS, 000 square sails of ter
ritory ia this country. Within the
est five year it spread over 4U.000
square mil la addition. At prei
It infest th wbol of the astera half
of th United States, aad in th West
it i found wherever thr are aettla
atenta. The bird toe neraalteoaah
aad nowhere In the world I It known
to tkriv far away from hi
It ha big brain aad a hbrh
of InteUigiasa Haviaa; bea
ted wtth atankiad ttrwagnoni
Taw sustain la
Serofala, whether heradjtarj or
aoqulred, la thoroughly xplled
n m at
Want a cook
Want a partner
naat to rent ioobw
Wsat a eerrsat . eM
Want to sell a tmrm
Want ta sen a bobs
Wsat to svehssss srntUa
Waat to reU aonsthohf goods
Wsat tetaake any realsstsU loans
Want to sell r trad for aayt alar
Waat to Bad castoawt (or saytamg
C8B THXSB COLCaUIS.
rfl)B DaJLT AKflTTS DBXITKKKD AT TOCB
ABTBD fclTVATlOK AS DtS CLKBK.
WAKTSD A COnrBTaTtT pSISL TO Do
first work; spfrty st SOJ Tsreatleth stract.
SAXB TWO ooon Dim tm-r, awn
hatd eoal stove, nearly aew. Apply at law
WARTBD rcnineUD BOOST, on sec
ond areas bat swob Firtroalh aad Maa
treath atrrots. AddreaaM. tUthisoBc.
(Sstsissui to B, WEITDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth 8treet.
asa"Fit and Workmanship Guar
an toed the Best
Cleaning and Repairing Don.
Wines end Liquora
lllfiaad WIS Third Av
, Datstxfobt, Ia.
have just purchased
a large amount of stylish
CLOAKS from one of the
largest manufacturers in this
country, and shall place the
above amount in CLOAKS
on sale, beginning with this
Monday, Nov. 1 1
Every lady should avail her
self of this opportunity.
The prices are way down.
There is a large assort
ment to select Irom.
Every cloak in our store
Klug, Hasler, Schventser -
' DRY COQDQ COMPANY.
217 and 217 1-2 W. Second St. DAVENPORT!
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
H0RST VON KOECKRITZ,
AEOlytE oil Ilem Itaicist
Is row located ia his new butldiac st th corner of Fifth aveuue
aad TwaatjOhiru street. .
Grand Special Bargain Sale
1 49 (Sailor Silk Top) 69o
BBVAT . Sa-S - . m . a .
ouuor oaun Top) 49c ...
8ee these great barraias wa are offering before
yon buy. aa we will sv yon froat 16 to 26 per cent
on Yoar purchase.
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