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"MAKING GOOD" It not thing t brag too much about. .It It a d' that no respectable dealer omita. ONE THING DRIVEN Into th. reader', mind and understanding does more good than half a dozen things that are put forth feebly. ME VOLUME XXXIX, NO. RETAIL TRADE FEELS EFFECT OF SMALLER MOVEMENT OF GRAIN FROM FARMS LOW PRICES DRAWBACK. - CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1907. ESTABLISHED M 1SC3. - i i WORKERS GLASS AHDEMFL OERS COLLECTIONS SLOWER IN CONFERENCE MAKE PARTIAL .AGREEMENT AS TO WAGE " SCALE. Says Bradstreets and Industries Workinq Out the Slowing Down Tendency-Increased Wheat and Flour Exports. . Final Action to Be Taken at Cleveland Tuesday ,Wages to Shift With Upward or Downward Trend of Market Price. New York, Nov. 22. While a num ber of cities report the tone of af faire has taken a turn for the hotter. I ARGE NUMBER SUBSCRIPT BEING RECEIVED FOR NEW CER TIFICATES CORTELYOU SAYS ISSUE IS SUCCESSFUL. WATERED Stock of Nasrau Electric and Sold It to Brooklyn Rapid Transit Did Johnson and Friends. BENEFICIAL . RESULTS Will Soon Be Felt Morgan, Roosevelt and Others in Conference Sen ator Urges Central Bank of Issue. ' Washington. Nov. 22. The wer itary of the treasury stated tins The mar-ing that, the subscriptions to the lii.liamiiioliH, Nov. 22. A partial agreement was made this evening ut tween the mage committee of the 'Amalgamated Window Glass Workers Association of America and represen tatives (A manufacturers. tho'BctURl .business, taking the coun- tor will bo definitely nettled at a meet- per cent certificates , weie mi - , try as a whale, shows an Increased j,,g )n Cleveland next Tuesday, when jcfcivel In 'large numbers, and tnat thej degree of (inlet, botn ai wiwiesau. manufacturers will get together issue was already successful., in a-i- and ratify today;s action. Jdition to subscriptions from Individ-1 action of tho;naIs. many, national uu.uk uviii. .v.w..o ,(..! ! In the crop moving sections or in.! New York, Nov. 52. William M. Ivans, while Investigating ' the affairs of the Brooklyn 'Rapid Transit com pany for the public service commis sion today declared that Mayor Tom L. . Johnson, of Cleveland, and his friends who formerly owned the. Nas sau "Electric Railway ccmpany A Brooklyn, had watered its stock to the extent cf $(J.2M,( ami then sold it to the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company, This wits alleged to have taken place in the reorganisation of the Nassau company In January 1S!'J. BIG mm IS GOLD LADEN LARGEST CONSIGNMENT. EVER CARRIED BY SHIP COMES ON MAURITANIA. ENCOUNTERED STORMS Al Way Over Slight Damage Second Da v Out Most Luxurious Boat , Afloat Made Record ; ' f For' Day's Run. New York, Nov; - 22. Poking Iwr IH.Q.IEIS III 11111 C MM FRIES HIS ATTITUDE ELECT OFFICERS-ADDRESSED BY CHARGE THAT HE WANTS PRESl- AMBASSADOR BRYCE AND SEVERAL OTHERS. Delcgatee Attend Thirty-Sixth Annual Convention From Almost Every Country in the World Bryan is There. Washington, Nov. : workers.' representing gathered here today 2. Christian many land. In attendance upon the thirty-sixth International con vention of the Voting Men's Christian DEMTIAL DELEGATION FOR TRACING PURPOSES IS ABSOLUTELY UNTRUE Wants to See Delegation That is Re publican and High Class- Will Acceot 1 Nominated. If both at pud retail, a working oit of the con tinue,! arnmitv of currency at some ...tutu rtt louaontner the activity in In-! On the favorable dustrv and of the continuance of un- meeting in Cleveland 55IIU1S WHS F tWio fi rough a ilensij curtain cf fosjawsodatlon tf North America. Mem- that hid the-mast, her topmnsH lent jbers from all parts of America, Engr. !und, Canada, japan ana omer- coun-; tiles are" In attendance,. Tne conveu- ROM HIM will depei tonannntiiv mild weather, with its natural effect upon the distribution of winter goods. There is evident in "wholesale trade circles an indisposi tion to do business for future periods. The retail trade feels the effect of the smaller movement of cereals from farms, and although the pro ducers are reported more familiar with checks tendered In , payment, lower prices are now offered as a drawback to sales. In Industry the-' features are the working out moro fully of the prompt lowing dawn tendency noted for sev eral weeks past. .. Collections are' rather slower and some attention has been excited by requests from some states that 'all creditors bo, lenient In order that the Interests of all may be protected. The currency premium lessened in New Vork early in the week, but later it became more marked. The fact Is that demands from the in terior keep up strongly, which is pos Uiblv explained by reports that the country banks are taking large qua titles of currency but are not making new loans, and some institutions are reported carrying much larger sup plies than are absolutely necessary s Failures for the past week were 203 against 212 In the like week in 1900. Canadian, 35 against 27 a year ago. Wheat, Including flour exports 5. m.rnoo bushels against 4.025,000 this week last year: first. 21 weeks of the flscjd vear 85,023,000 against 74,f.9,- 000 n 1900-07. Cdrn exports 500,000 bushels -gainst 595.000 in HHiG; for fiscal i ,i..it 19.797.000 against 17,- 312,000 in 190G-07. BANK CLEARINGS. New York, Nov. 22 Total bank clearings as compiled by Bradst reefs for the principal cities in the United States for the past week are $2,287, 000,000 against $3,495,809,000 in the corresponding week of last year. south and west are availing them whether, over 8,000 hand glass work-cf t)e 0jM,ortun,ty to. purchase throughout the country will re- reduceit turn to wages the certificates and receive large por tions of the proceeds as deposit upon approval of the securities, and in crease their circulation to the amount cf registered certificates, in the dls- IN work at greatly It is stated, that today's agreement will only permit the men to average $100 a month. S lill lJ COlll peuuoil uy '""'"' . , .. . . ... tlw tn.ni. - . . . i,.-r t-.n i.i I ' win I rid T ui. tnv ,,.. , . . ... r... . ... ...l, t,,nu l.uu lirr.lliinr - - . . . V. oil W HI l i win II I 11, ,1 " , ... " , , F 1, , n ANNUAL FOOTBALL MATCH DEADLY FORWARD PASS AND HEAVY LINE PLUNGING DID THE WORK SCORE 10 TO 6. turns us ng the whole question to the front. I he luacbitus are able to tern out work at a much cheaper rate than hand laborers. Today's partial agreement was made upon a scale that is to be shifted up or down according to the market price of glass, The beneficial results of this TUoomiiigton. Ind., Nov. 2. Illinois Indiana in the an num! football gayie txda. BetWfell increase in circulation will be proiup.-j . , ,allv f.;,Wnrd pas and ponder ly felt at points where it will be most Une T,iun).jn (;f Kjflnt nVn Heok. helpful, and the government will ' , Jll(liantt-S defense was riddled and enabled to make its collections and ex- ? t.,H mbl' tt. Twio in the- ' first halt; peaditures In such manner as not toj . th crimson goal line was in be a disturbing factor in the business. , gllin,;Cfc' hurled the ball over MIEN SIW) DQMiD LABEL operatlomj. CENTRAL BANK OF ISSUE OM ALU PPOPUCTS, PURCMASED RESOLUTION BY LABOR FC2 ERATION MEAT PACKERS MUST DEFINE POLICIES. Norfolk. Nov. The American Federation of Labor today adopted resolutions calling for a minimum wage or $9 per week for all female retail clerks; calling upon meat pack ers to define the future policy to wards cutters anl- butchers in the killing cf niV-at In -packing houses; railing for a vniversal organization ot "Union l-abel Leagues;" calling upon the women of tne country 10 ie n.and the union label on all products ',in-(tl:iFed. One of the notable features of the day was the calling to the chair for . short time by President (Jumpers cf vna A-nps -'Hester, of the Intenia- tional Clove Workers, of Chicago, Miss Hester received an ovation. KING OF PORTUGAL BANISHES PRINGE TO ISOLATED PARK-LUISE PHIL L1PPI PROTESTED AGAINST PRESENT DISTATORSHIP. London, Nov. 22. A dispatch from Madrid saya: King Carlos of Portu bal has banished Crown Prince Lnise PhHlippe to the Royal residence at Villa Vicosa, an lsolatde park, 100 miles from the capital on account of the Prince's remonstrance ngalnrit the dictatorship regime which he declares Is turning Portugal Into a hotbed of Republicans and anarchists and en dangering the monarchy. The Incl--lont has caused a great sensation. The Crown Trince Is said to be under n,. influence of Conservatives, who advocate the abdication of King Car los In favor of his son. BOER" GETS DECISION. t-t.h Vnv. 22. "Iloer" I'n- ht. of South 'Africa, won a decision . not- Sullivan of Salt Lake tM-I the end of twenty rounds tonlfiU. ONGE PROMINENT MAN ... ... a J,, ( Mommits Suicide was waw u.uw Formerly Secretary to a Speak er of the House. st Louis. Nov. 22. Physically wrecked through excesses. C.eorge V Miller once a brilliant law graduate t t and pricvate secretary to hauiuei j ,,.,. ,.t i'..iiiiKvlvan la. wno was iL.Lil.tn,.. - - sneaker of the national house of rep re sentatives, swallowed wnishey mm morphine In a boanling bouse last night and died today. Miller had lived In St. IjcuIs for the past 1j years, nui comparatively little was known re garding him until His deaui ie,i 10 an investigation today. To Be Urged By Senator Hansbrough of North Dakota. St. Paul, Nov. 22. The Dispatch this evening prints a special from Washington stating that Senator Hansbrough, of North Dakota, wi I u-ge congress t-j establish a centra! bank cf issue. He , is quoted as say- "At the proper time I hope to Intro !uce a lull providng for the establish ment of a federal central bank of is sue, to be located at Chicago or St. Louis, an be under the immediate control of the secretary of the Iras-ury. It might be well to authorize this bank to Issue currency secured by I'nited States bonds, or, being In fact a government institution, its circula tion could well stand upon its re serve funds, and, If nfed be, on Its general assets." from dock vL'w'by f.ie .'enveloping btirei'd. the - biggest aud .most lixmlovs shin over -launched cn any wtn, fnislicd in safety her bridal voy-n-io when at 11:23 a, m, today the Ctinard line steamship Mauritania came to anchor off Sandy Hook light Khlp. five duyiM-flva hours and ten minutes from Qusaastown- -'-. Hem lug a fortune , of $12,500,000 in fold f,r the money markets of the wist she fought her way through three thousand miles of stcrm-swe.t ceean, lmttlin? every mile r.r the ceurse to meet and defeat the worlds trans Atlantic speed record of f ur days, IS hovrs and forty minutes, he'd by the Lusitanla. Headwinds and tumultous cross seas baffled the at terui.it, j'et the Maiiretania won the covded right to fly one "blue ribbon" at her peak. Thvrsday, November 21 Cnntaln Pritchard drove the huge ship 021 knots 1,071 miles,) six knots Springfield, . Ill,, Nov. 22. Speu'.t t Joseph O. Cannon, In a letter to J. H-cCann Davis of this city, defines Ms position as to the presidency and de flares the charge that he wants, the Hon v'll be uddrsed during it pro- "Tri T 1.' gress by a number of distinguished- b () ne'- ' " La, among them are Jamesryce,8 !tely vntrv e. A. 0 British ambassador; William J. Bryan, el eC tk H. now "n J Secretary Straus of the S of Commerce f (convention delegate, at party , rl gan H. Roots, of China, and others. conventions. H Tonight in convention ha , WfZlll?"t ' " - service" was held, followed by ad-. . people" ' dresses by British Ambusadbr Bryce Th(i-H,ett froin Mr. Canncn wm tn some features of the Jfouug Me' ived-'forth by a newspaper artie'e l y w:iiriKlHlII VSMOt-luuun uiuinucm, nuu s pec In I reference to the work in Am .ilea. The principal business today was ihe eletion of officers. Judge Seldon It. Sjiencer, of St. Louis, was chosen president and F. f. Sterrct, cf Denver, sefretary, ihe struggling muss cf athletes ami there was, an Illinois placer there beuer tfcan tm, bf,Bt .jay's run cf the grab it and carry it over." Eoth goals t Uf.ltania aml smashing all record.' were ndssod tut .hey were not nosd- various speeds by days were: en, tor inuiaua v..i- .-v.- vi,st day. (onJ hour's run) inmy in the -second -half when Caitwrlght i'l- First day, ; knots: secund day (noon to 1 noon) tercepted a forward pass trom uw third ly, 484;' fourth. 503; fifth . ar Una (tri.l fll . ; i . .. J.U uiimson " ' , Utii sixth, 528; average spee-u ior ui Sards for touch.lowit w.th the w noio nn knot8 or 23 89 mjea. an Dllnois team on bis heeis. s h( W fhe average speed on the was kicked but neither team could , , run, 25.83 mllea an hour. score again. ' I. The 112.500.000 gold brought by the Manretania is said to be tne largest cnBlghmeM'if sefe ever carried by a ship. ., PumiKimi .Mondav. the second day rut. she labored so In head (teas an in the face of an adverse gale that the dishes were thrown from the dining room tables and sea sickness made prisoners by the score in the cabins and steerage. At three in the after noon the engines were stopped and anchors were c roinieu. ' mis MORGAN AND ROOSEVELT CONFER AT WHITE HOUSE, Washington, Nov. 22. A conference is in progress at the White Hcuse to night between the president and J. Pierpcnt Morgan, George N. Baker, president of the First National bank o New York, and Assistant Secretary Robert Bacon. Although the nature of the confernce was not divulged it is believed to be in relation to the financial situation. ALIENS LEAVE ' UNITED SHIES COMMITTEE - OH PRIMARY LAW AGREES ON SEVERAL IMPORTANT AMENDMENTS WHICH IT WILL REPORT TO, CONFERENCE COMMITTEE MONDAY. Special to The Bulletin. Springfield, III., Nov. 22. The sub committee of the primary election bill coniference committee, appointed to get the amendments to the bill in Mr. Davis melting the clrcunista-u s of Lincoln's nomination for presid-'iit In ; 8i',n the efforts of William H. Se ward cf New Vork to get some of the delegates from Illinois, Lincoln's fear of a "divided delegation." tne memor able icoup of Richard J. Orfleshy ti stampeding the state convention ut Decatur with the 'fence rail banner," thus securing the selection ot a sdid Lincoln delegation to the national convention a delegation romprsod t f the ab'est men in the party, wbrse fckiil as politicians and whrs ssel and untiring efforts united tb frw -opposed to Seward and brought about Lincoln's nomination a result wbl h. was '.-declared, would have bee:t Im possible it the delegation from V I nos bad been "weak, divided and in different." Mr. Cannon's Utter wl'fii wrltto'i w os net Intended for pi bj a lien.' but its publication is now au tbTlzpd. The letter Is as follows: Cannon's LeWer-; -' Danville, III., Nov. 7. 19 )7. Mr. J. McCan Davis. gprlrtgfieM. It. Dear. Mr. Davis: I have read wlf preaf Interest yoi r article In the St. GREATEST EXODUS IN HISTORY OF COUNTRY NOW IN FULL PROGRESS SAY IMMIGRATION , OFFICIALS AT NEW YORK. ' two steadied, the Mauretatiia rode out the stolen but not without mishap. The battering force of the seas stove the forward starboard port and before the OnniMi!.? Could be repaired the floor of New York, Nov. 22. What appears Ktoreroom , tne noni was under be the greatest exo.ius oi un f t of wateri TROOPS IN READINESS TO SUPPRESS RIOTING. Lisbon. Nov. 22 Excitement here caused by rfsntment against the dic tatorship of Premier Franco. Is in creasing. The government threatens to proclaim marital law at the first outbreak, and the troops have beei confined to their barracks In readi ness to suppress rioting. J. P. MORGAN CALLED. Washington, Nov. 22. fpon leaving the White House at 11:25, after being with the president an hour and a half, Morgan, on being asked in regard to developeincnts, replied that the condi tions in New York were reassuring. He said ttiat everything possible was being done to relieve the money strin gency, and that the situation was sat isfactory. Morgan said also that his object tn reining to Washington today- was to see Secretary Cortelyou, in furtherance of the conference he had with the secretary In New York last week, at which time means were dls cussed for the further relief ot the sit uation. Ho saw Cortelyou before go ing to the White House. He said he called oh the president tonight to pay his respects. Morgan probably will re turn to New York tomorrow. He rould not say whether he would see the president before leaving for New York. CASHIER OBEYED ORDERS OF WALSH TO DISCOUNT NOTES Chicago. Nov. 22.-Constant wrang lint between the attorneys, caused fcr the most part by the numerous ob- the cashier had net finished bis story when the crwrt adjourned until Mon- la). The Introduction oi nvnioran- nn, note executed prior to tne time lections by the defense to the test! -.f ,,,,, firft on-cnes charged In tn , svo.lprlck W. Mclxan. iorm- HndiftnK nt was ma.ie m- y '""' " . .1 , ,l,nr,,Vt Mil in the United States has ever Known is now In full progress. Every vessel sailing from New York fcr Europe the past few weeks has carried full steer age lists, and those scheduled to sail between now and Christmas already are fully booked, leaving thousands unable to obtain accommodations. It is. estimated that the eastbound steer age for November and December will be many times that of the correspon 1 ing mciiths of last year, stoaniHlili) men and Immigration officials who have studied tne iujmv nient, especially with regard to the day laborers of Italy and Hungary, state that it Is much larger and more persistent to the eastward this year than ever before, and from this they argue that a large proportion of Tne voyagers, scenting a letup In Indus trial activity and with an exaggerated Idea of the present conditions, have no Intention of returning in th spring The retundng immigrants will spit a I the news to all parts of F.utope, wl'ii the rtsuit that the number of able- bodied men seeking profitable employ ment In this country next spring will be materially lessened. ADAMS CASE MAY GO TO JURY TODAY. Rathdrum, Idaho, Nov. 22. In ttw Steve Adams case today, three wit nesses wt re called by the defense In rebuttal and the opening arguments ta the Jury began, ti is expected that the case will bo given to the Jury tomorrow. ommltteemen on the ballot or attach 'plaster;" the elimination of trus tees of the State University. No change was recommended in the wash ra IS AT ONCE Will to Cortelvcu Ship New Notes Banks For Circulation. Washington. Mtv. 22. An lmort ;.nt announcement of policy was r:ode by , Secretary Cortelyou this afternoon in regard to the allotment of the new one-year treasury rertifi tni. which ImMc&tes that th secre tary is prepared in rut out the red ta)e as far ss wiss';id and place the tocerds ot the sale cf the certifi- LETTERS BY AT MEETING PUCE FOR NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE DEC. 12 WILL thfn SELECT DATE AND PLACE OF CONVENTION. FOR MRS. BRADLEY, WRITTEN BY BROWN TESTIMONY OF WIT NESSES FROM WOMAN'S HOME CONSUMES SESSION. French Lick, Ind.. Nov. 22. At conference cf the members of the Democratic national committee today li was decided to meet at Washing ton, December 12 for the purine of selecting the time and place for the national Democratic convention next vear. Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul i uviiio St. U,uls. Cincinnati, At lantic City. Denver and Long Pranrh X. J., are applicants for the next na tlcnal re mention National Chairman Targart will b 3 candidate for reelection as the In .lluna member of the national com n,nto Uhen asked if he would be a candidate for reelection as chair man of the national committee Tag r t:oii.. ,.-.. ,.nir rci.tv mas a laugn. lag in- n.r r,ielit rave a nanauei in u m- Washington. Nov ,ntir. .lav in the tiial of Mis r,ie M. Pva.iley for the killing of form- of the vlsitinR committeemen. ( tts prom) l!y at t:ie dHpr.sal of thej,r Cnitod Siafe Snatcr Brown wss I nvney market. He proixiws to re-; censume. I by the defense in presenting (urn to thi national banks sut serin-' itimt.ny by wltns-9 from Mrv Ine for the certificals m a deporit ot Uradley's fcriner htm?. hu ie pehilr money 73 pr cert of the cash'-jj, 0 s.h.- that there was a taint pant Tor mem. I ne rmamin .. -r , i ii,anitT in ner umi,;, i-,ii. inula "O lobe-Democrat" entitled "An proper shape, bet today and agreed . minds'-. Political Parallel. , in Its t ,i .... i - . ......... .. . , t upon a number or recommemiaiioiiH rtatements it is nierauy rarmi. i regarding all amendments to the bill, was present at the Decatur crnven- hlch they will report to the Joint tion and know that the fight maie o J committee when It meets In this city Seward's admirers in the neitiern ext Monday. The most important of part o( the state was simpiy nerce. these are the following: The elimln-, atlorl of presidential electors and na-i lonal delegates; elimination of the cumulative system of voting for can- lidates for the house of representative of the legislature; providing that th Vnri linn telv. however, after all. ini- t.ois went into the national conv.it Hon in 1800 with a solid Lincoln dele gation, anil we know the rcRiilt, If the provisions for the si-called Oglesby bill for the selection by pi voter may write the name of precinct. ro'.lty primary vote cf delegatrs to nntinnnt conventions should l en acted, the effect would be ta cheat the people. Under these provisio's It would be practicable, esptdallyjin strip of pa iw r. TO FREE PHILIPPINES Public Meeting in Plan For Pledge of Independence For Islands. f.,L, t th t,iit which U one lone! the Chicago districts, to have the ,.,.1.1 xj, v... - , , . names or tour, tour uunomi. v. most any number of candidates fcr delegate placed on the ballots wlthiut expense to the candidates and without any means being provided whereby the voter could know whom the candl- Boston to Support date favored, as there would be no party organization, m ucmiw,. v. otherwise, to instruct the candidal-", or even to make a reeemwndation. If. when the primary bill finally Iloston, Mass., Nov. 22, Arrange-Jesses. It does not contain prowmuii meiits have been concluded for a pun- by which state ami coiiKrri.iui v, llc meeting to be held In Faneuil Hall Jvcntlons can at least have Jurlsdic next Monday evening in support of a Hon to select delegates to the na plan for a pledge of Independence u tional etmvtntlon and dtw'are the the Philippine Islands accompani.-.! by 'policy of the Republican party, the imtrallzatlon of the territory. power or tne siaie in mo.u.w. v.. Hon Albert E. Plllsbury will preside ventious will be practically emavc in'd addresses will be made to Con- lnted. And the same thing Is true of pressman Samuel W. McCall. the nnr-.the Democratic party. cf the resolution In congress em- My mieresi .n - I . k AAn Sk n.t m RilUll'll. bodving the plan, who will introduce mierei h It at the ccming session, by James H cn. I bave no personal desire , to be the Kenunucan mmuuiin Blount, formerly Judge of the first In stance in the Philippines, and by Hon. James I Blayden, mem:er of congress fn.m Texas. RAILWAY COMMISSION Of Nebraska Will Investigate Why Mileage Books A Required By Law Are et On Sate. presidency In 19ns; and If i a-n li Ihe race ft all, it Is because of the action of friends In Illinois and else where In the country. Certalm news papers claim that my desire is for delegation that can be t sed for t d lr,g purposes. This is farfetched and absolutely untrue I ve been . neaker of the he :se of rprrsmta- tlves for four years-the sc-ond p!a-e of power ard resonsibility In the government What good coull I ile rlve from S tracing deUgtItn? i I want to f go to the national ceo vtntirn from Illinois a delegation that RoLohuYan: that relieves in mr is l!icles of the party; that Is high CANS AND NELSON ARRANGE FOR FIGHT r raxhler of the Chicago National ausca on tur - , ", ' cent will go for tb time hetng to on br mother s side. Tn-se wune- L,k le aved thV Progress in the trial jler and Uymn for the defense. Ju, t L1rtrfhM ,h. e,.h cf the ,(K.la, that Mrs Bradley', gener - Minneandis. Nov. 22 -Aft-r w i, tt ffal li today. McLean An.lerson. However. ruW-d that such ,,PBMirT ThP t.R,kR .urren.Wing , r...Us,i0H In Salt I-aVe Cltr was ference f many hours today Oans and L ttund in the morning to Hn nd.ht be .dmittM ted. r.r .nt not, werer. J , jNelscn .gr.t upon ail the deta . o 1 Veri. , of memcrandum notes i to show . rouble Intent to remo.e wffer ft j,,, , their supply tt Tcm, th fs., pf ,b, day', session the propos'4 fight except weigh It Jlwh be rted be had made out funds fn m the bank wrongfully. Five .ci:rprnry. for ther will be enUtW to f Mr, nra-a attorneys begl w agreed that the winner shall re- l el wUh various names, later isuch nrt. esch fcr 12 .o,. were ts . ;,jvl Ta,e cf the r-rt incase, ; rf , rrmfr of rr.wrr; ce.v, 75 Kr rr.t of the receipts n. and fignel witn ' ,lnhrM before tie Inrr. MrUan te-ti ,r(tlflo(, , .w ank t,,tc cire::la- ... unr ,fr4-.i tv- le.er 2V The fight is to be at fvtng tbat fe w Pisnea ann in cider to make this trance- Aij,.u,t bMr The trial will GoMrteM at sne to tne air-1 i , ,,..,. icoociuaea on wra nsv-i i' 11 " i I a Lincoln. Ntb.. Nov1., 22. A com plaint was lodged with tiie state rail way commixslon agalnsfN the Rock iion.i raiimav hv traveling men. al leging that the l.e'D mile mtlfate cns9 m Its irnDei. an.j me mrm- tKH.ks not cn sale for $:0 as re bers of which have sa aennatntance. quired bv the law passed last winter, not only in the state or I.Hnois. bi.t. The Hock Island agents in Lincoln ,s largely as ptssible. thron short the inlornW the commission that no suca ntry. I want to c a de!ega'la lAK.ks or ticket ere n sale, af from the state of Ibinels that wld be thoush 1 fs,n mile books conld be had t" pared in the great ctaventin or at 2 rents ttv party to dei lsre s pohi and The commission will Investigate. ready to coepei-ate In the nominat o" . ;c Be pne who wv nx tne man c. TO OBSERVE SOLAR ECLIPSE, .without regard to the lecai.tv tm s which be come. If. penhance t!i San Francico. Cal.. Nov. 22 Char- choice should fall cpon n-. thre les Oreeier Ahbotf. of the national cb- would be no atemsMre fcrt ti a- ,liouiltla tnese 1 . .-.. u-;.h Ru vizoroui, , dtfct.se to this !lae of testimony, thtfjdef of Va.sx fendsr.t visibly. resiim'd Monday. I'ater. irvmirv at W&shfneton. sailed today eepL date 10 ie eit-i iiiiii-., ....... . - - Jet:!; cf the sun next January. J. G. CANNON'.