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HANNA TALKS OP PI708PECT8.
Washington, Dec. 3. Senator llrtnnn
reached Washington tonight rrom Now
"York. Discussing forthcoming legls
Jatlou, ho said ho waa confident that
Congress would enact n currency re
form law early In tho cosalon. Ho be
lieved the law would bo a composite
mcamirc of the Hotiso and Senate bills.
The tloti8n bill Is not wholly satisfac
tory, mul It la probable, tho Senate bill
would require modification beforo be
ing acceptable to a majoilty of tho
Itepiibllcan members, who arc not In
sympathy with the Senate opposition
to the President's plan Impounding
greenbacks to break the Bo-called end
A shipping subsidy bill, Hitnna said,
ould be Introduced In both houses
this ear, ns It was last, and appear
In tho amended form agreed upon nt
tho last session. It will enny a pro
vision limiting the amount of subsidy
In any ono year to $9,000,000. Ho
avoided committing himself on tho
question of seating Quay, but It Is
oracttcally ccitnln thnt both he and
Koraker will voto to seat Quay. Tor
akcr ficnumitly stated that he believes
tho Constitution did not contcmplato
that any State be deprived of full rep
resentation In tho Sonnto, mid, there
fore, that tho focrnor has the right
to appoint. It Is understood that Han
na concurs in this view of the Quay
Quny Fccllnrt bluihy.
Washington, Hoc. 5. There Is a
veat deal of fencing In the Senate
over tho Quay case. Scwrnl Demo
crats counted on by Quny to suppoit
his claim to a seat nro wavering under
the compulsion of the fact that tho pe
titions from Democrats and Hepubll
ranB of tho l'ennsjhnnla Legislature,
ronstltutlng a majoilty of tho Leglsla
tnrc, made It apparent thnt the one
thing that ha been definitely pro
nounced ngalnst Is the representation
nf the Stato of I'onntolwmln In tho
h , Senate by Quay.
if Quay's friends had felt as con
fident of hnIng n majoilty of tho Sen
ate as they professed to bo Quay would
hae been here, It Is alleged, Jn claim
the scat on tho opening day. Tho fact
that he was not hero Is icgardod as
evidence of his falluio to recelvo nil
tho support ho expected, lloth Vest
and Morgan, on whose filcndshlp Quay
collated to give 111 in their otes, nro
ald to be uncertain quantities with
the piobahllltly that they will not votu
.VATl'HirS I'llOVISION I-Oil MAN
When Nature designed mnn she
provided amplo things for his preser
vation. Man was Intended to live and
to healthy on vegetation; that was
tlic natural way. Tho only way to be
icalthy or to regain lost health Is
Jr rising nature's remedy and great
Mood purifier Klckapoo Indian Sag
is a. This la tho great Indlnn rcmc
ily, taken direct fiom nature's unerr
ing laboratory. It Is made of slmplo
Iicrbi, mots and barks, and always
acts naturally. It seaichen out tho
Ifoeae; Audi the causo of It; slays
It, and restores tho body to n normal
ly hrntthly condition. If your liver Is
sluRRfsh, diowsy, or Inactive; If your
ireirt doesn't pump right, palpitate,
Unnnp. sometimes vlgoiously; and
jwnir.tliiics faintly; If your bowels arc
Inactive, or overactive, If your stom
ach, falls you; If your Kidneys fall to
jrt naturally; theie. Is still help for
jim If ou will tako Klckapoo In
dian Sagwn. You must net quickly
JMwuso Is piogiesslvo; you must stop
it at oiico. Klckapoo Indlnn Sagwa
ullt do It Hob rim Drug Co., anU
for the Klckapoo Indian Homcdlei.
TWAS A DAY OF IIKI.L
l.onilou, Dec. ". Julian Ilalph, do
:rllltls In tho Dally Mall, this mom
big the battle nt Moddcr liver, snya.
"I can testify that tho Hiltlih never
onco raw the enemy, yet they wcie not
jtile to ralso hand or foot wltiiou. 1
"Despite nil this, however, tho day
Ixdongcd to the artillery. Tho tnfun
isj never advanced two p.ices during
this day of hell. The shells of our
twenty guns wero accurately planted
fn tho enemy's trenches nnd broko iho
brarls of tho Uoeis, for after dark tluy
uonns in man si'inrrs.
Loudon. Dec. 4. A press dlsp.it. U
from Durban says that persons arriv
ing there from Pretoria nssci t that tho
llocrs aro full of confldcnco and nro
well prepared for a six months' siege
ilongkong, Dee. fi. Agulnnldo is
ready to sm render.
This announcement Is Hindu by Fili
pinos here, who mo In communication
with tho Filipino general. They say
that ho would conio In nnd gho himself
up at Manila If Consul Wlldmnn would
receive him there, now that Admiral
Dewey Is nway. Wlldmnn, Agulnnldo
says, is tho only ou'o who knows tho
circumstances In his favor.
Tho Filipino Junta hero weru in
communication with Agulnnldo Inst
week. They assured him of a sa'fe
haven hero nnd advised him to throw
himself on tho mercy of tho United
States Consul. Agulnnldo, the Fili
pino leaders say, has plenty of money,
both In Honrkong nnd In Pails.
Field JVtiirrthnl Hobci'tB.
New York, Dec. D. A dispatch to
the World from London, says: Field
Marshal Lord Roberts will bo ordered
to Capo Town to tako chief command
of all tho lirltlsh forces in South Af
rica, according to a rumor prevalent
tonight, superceding General Duller.
Lord Roberts ranks next to Lofd Wol
Boley, tho Commander-ln-CJiJpf qt Hor
Majesty's forces, and was long Commander-in-Chief
in India. Military ex
perts think General Duller lias enough
, to do to look nftcr Natal, while Gen
erals Gatacre, French and Mothuen are
operating almost as Independent commanders.
ANOTHER HATTLE GROUND.
New York, Dec. 2. A cnblo to tho
Sun from London says: While Uiitlsh
soldiers have been fighting In two le
gions of Africa two nblo, civilians have
licpn comfoitnbly engaged In Homo In
making miannjenients which, In nil
piobabillty, will never bo put Into
practical effect without moro despernto
blood lotting. Commissioner Mnrtlne,
In behalf of Italy, and James llodl,
repiescntlng Hnglanil In L'gypt. hnvo
put Into diplomatic form an Anglo
ltallan understanding In legnul to
their frontiers In n part of Africa most
of which Is claimed by Emperor Mcnc
lek. So far ns can bo ascertained, ne
gotiations hnvo been Carried on with n
total disregard of tho existence of
Mcnclck, tho assumption being that ho
no longer has aspliatlons for tenltor
lal expansion, and has even reconciled
himself to Italian occupation of tcril
tory onco belonging to Abyssinia.
Time will show how big Is tho mlstnko
that hnB been made.
Tho Anglo-Italian convention adds
to the Italian possessions Krjthrea, n
vast tract of territory, whllo England
finally takes absolute possession of
Kussnln. Hath contracting party binds
Itself to give mllltnry assistance to
the other In enso of attack from nny
Mcnclck Is Impoitlng arms and am
munition, drilling troops, nnd paying
laigo sunn to cpcrt instructors. Thoro
aro now 50,000 Abysslulnns under arms
and 50,000 moro prepared.
.McthoillHts anil Commerce.
St. Louis, Nov. 28. The Methodist
Episcopal Church Congress today took
up tho history of "The Forward Move
ment In Europe."
Tho paper on "The Forward Move
ment In Europe'" was lead by Piof. A.
II. Ilrlggs of Denver. Prof. Drlggs as
serted that London, with all Its boast
ed civilization nnd wealth, was a hea
then city. Tho success tho gospel Is
making In what Prof. Hrlggs termed
"dead London," typifies tho mnrch of
Christian progres sin Europe, he said
Prof, nrlggs was followed by the
Rev. P. II. Swift, D. D., of Chicago, on
"Piohlems of Religious Llfo In the
City." "Indifference" said Dr. Swift,
"is tho curse of our present diy. Om
luteuso commercialism Is tho thing
which prevents a profound revival of
Tho Rov. I .S. Hopkins, D. D., paa
tor of St. John's Southern Methodist
Chinch of St. Louis, followed Dr. Swift
In the discussion of this problem of
religious llfo In tho city. Dr. Hopkins
took a moie optimistic view of the sit
uation. Becomes it Catholic.
Nov Yoik, Dec. 3. Rev. Dr. Denja
mlu F. do Costa, who resigned from
tho Protestant Episcopal ministry In
September, has embraced the Roman
Catholic faith. At G o'clock this
morning ho formally received tho com
munion of tho Catholic church nt the
Academy of the Sacred Heart. Tho oc
casion was private, and only n few
Catholic and Protestant friends were
present nt the ceremony. Dr. do
Costa declined to talk when ho left the
chapel, hut said he would Issue a
statement Inter. As ho Is married, ho
cannot enter tho priesthood of tho Ro
man Catholic Church, and it is said
that ho will devote his ttmo to literary
pursuits and lecture platform. Ho Is
highly educated, has traveled exten
sively and writes tntertnlningly.
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