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An n Early Eal Frost Reduces the Iroilnc Iroilnctiou llodIlCtiOI1 Pioductici
tiou iu Some Districts DistrictsAn
An Array Arrn of Statistical KiiruroM KiiruroMAVIilcli PiHr4MVJdcIi JureM JureMhlela
AVIilcli hlela Show Shn Jloivcvcr That the theTotal theItfll hc hc1otnl
Total Quantity for the Ircneitf IrcneitfYcnr Prelclicnr IrcezidYcnr
Ycnr cnr Will 111 Kxccuil That of the rnjit rnjitJiurrcaic Jnll Jnlllt VnMtJIereIMe
Jiurrcaic lt rctlC In Home Coiixninitllon CoiixninitllonThe CO1lnlllllfioliThe CoiiuiniUoIzThe
The State Department baa received from fromJohn CramJobn frontJohn
John C Cavort United U lted States Consul at atLyons atLrons t tLyons
Lyons France a long communication re regarding resurdlng regarding ¬
garding the French i reReh wine iRe eop crop He writes writesas wrllesas writesas
as folio folioThe tollows tollowsThe fohlowsThe
The reports rcp rw thus far received from the theTrineproducing theWineproducing thec1neprothic1ng
Trineproducing districts of France Al Algeria AIseria Algene ¬
gene and Tunis promise a yield of about about32G8016OOO about326SO16OO
1268016080 gallon in 1899 The organ organof organoC organeor
of the wine growers differ slightly sllghtl in thin thinestimate thl thlC8Umate thiaestimate
estimate Early frosts reduced the produc production pro producthou uc uctJon ¬
thou in some districts as in the Drome Dromewhere Dromethere Dromwhere
where it was 3M3000 39 GOO gallons In 1S9S and and3o4oOe
3500000 3 OOOOO gaons in IStt ISttThe lSKThe is isThe
The department of the Rhone In which whichLyons whichLyons whilehiLyon
Lyons is situated produced 21133800 gal galJons plIons galions
Ions twothirds of which is known as asBeaujolals aaDeaujohds asIleaujolals
Beaujolals In the Glrondc the depart department dpartInent departineflt ¬
ment in which Bordeaux is situated the theyield theyield theyield
yield is 77315gW 7315GO gallons against agaln t 6223d000 6223d000gallons 639OOoOIlIlIons G239OOOgth1ons
gallons for 1898 18I In the Horault where a avery anry avery
very good quality of ordinary or lnar wine IB IBgrown 1 1brown Isgrown
grown the yield leIl1 this year is 2506C728 2506C728gallons 25O662Sgailons oo06G728ailons
gallons ailons against 178182666 gallons In 189S 189SThe IS9SThE 1S9SThe
The > department d partment of the Eastern Pyrenees Pyreneesjiclds pyrcneeirlds
3 jiclds irlds 575o56W 5i OO51O gallons allons against 2G427000 2G427000gallons 264270041Ealloas 64000sa
gallons sa lions In 1SS 1SSJiN 1898UI01l11l0n 16981ispoMihIun
JiN UI01l11l0n > oItlun of the Surplus SarpluOne SUrluOne SurplusOne
One of the newspaper organs of the thewine tbewinf theWAflP
winf wine Interests estimates Umat 8 that the surplus surplusproduction surplusJroducUon surplusProduction
production of 1899 over ISiS will be ab abtoibrd abfOI abEo
fOI Eo toibrd bed in the following manner mannerIn ID8 nisnuerIn Der DerIn
In home consumption which s shown shownfcy bowJlly bowuty
fcy the be taxes levied at the city gates al5 upon uponvines iJ1 iJ1wines iofl ioflwines
wines entering the different sines be of Franc Francto lranch Franct
to t be eter 5t stec4hly < < iily Increasing The increase 1J1 nle for forthe forthe forthe
the first iftlf alf of 1S99 was 14 14J4iS2 347 2 gallons gallonsIt
It is I believed to be a moderate moJ rate estimate estimatethai tIUmaieth11 estimatethat
thai the he domestic consumption for 1899 15 in inthe IrthE ftthe
the cities of France will be 299SS700 700 gal galJcus galJcs
Jcus in excess of that of 1S liItS liItSThere lSt 3 3There SThere
There will be a larger consumption in inthe Inthe inIbe
the country ountr than in the years of small bar barTesr harTe barre
Te Tesr re An increased distillation for brandy brandyIt
It is s estimated timated that not less than a69S4000 a69S4000gallons 3b9S4OOOGalons 36984000gaIons
gallons will go into brandy of 100 degree degreeproof degreeproof degreeproof
proof The average brandy product of the thelae tbeJal thelae
lae nine years ears was 2045109 gallons The Theproduct Theproduet Theproduct
product this year ear is expected to reach reacht41700 reach2all
2641 t41700 700 00 gallons The steady increase In Inthe Inthe inthc
the annual production of wine will compel compelproducers compelproducers orupelrc
producers rc ueers to devote a larger percentage of oftheir ofthor otthur
their output to brandy as they tbe did thirty thirtyand thirtynnl thirtyac1
and forty years ago before the invasion of ofthe oCth ofthe
the th phylloxera and the mildew mildewThe mildewThe mildewThe
The agriculturists of France are devot devoting deotU1f devothog ¬
hog more of their th irIQ la V to wine growing at atpresent atprHtnt atpresent
present than at any JtD time during the pst pjistforty Rltattorl1 pstforty
forty years Steak SOfk raising and grape grow growing growJOh grow1n ¬
ing 1n are considered the th two most protitabl protitablpursuits prolilablpursuits protltablcpursuits
pursuits for the farmer I passed pA5 d a few few3a rewda fewdays
3a days < > s last lal summer in the Valley of the theRt theRlne thehF
Rt Rlne me ne In the neighborhood of Valence and andSt andSc andPeray
Sc St Peray Pera where all the rich Hermitage Hermitagewiue Hermitagejue Hermitagewiiie
wiue jue is grown and was N taken through throughthousands throughtbeusands throughtlwusanda
thousands of acres that had been newly newlyplanted nwlyplantt newlyVlaDtcd
planted with vines Ines and shown stretches tret bes of ofnitnintain atmOdntaln of3nuintain
nitnintain and hillside which will m all be un undc uoC ondci
C dci dc > cultivation ultl atlon in another year yearI yearnut ear earlulHnlUou
uHIratlon I nut vztllun on the th JlonntnlOn Monntaln MonntalnOn
On the steep mountain side sid where whereonly whereonly whereonjy
only the most stunted vegetation seems seemspossible seemsJlolible seemspotsibie
possible rich vines are growing The soft softstone 110ft5tone softatotie
stone is first blasted and after receiving receivingthe r reedvingthe dlng dlngthe
the rains Df f two seasons eal D5 th the vine ine is isplanted IsJlli1nted isplented
planted and produces procl a highlyprized qual quality qualIt qual1t3 ¬
ity It of white wine and the famous tam us Her Hermitage Hermill4ge herhnktatge ¬
mitage brands Half a mile distant in inthe intht inth
the th Valley VaJl of the Rhone the vine grows al almost 11mjit l lmost ¬
most spontaneously but does doe not produce producethe podmetht podueethe
the came J Mite ae wine In A dozen different differentvarieties dtfCeorentTarieU thiferentvarieties
TarieU varieties of wines are produced on the hill hillciiiFs hll1sltlrs hillsides
ciiiFs within Uhi an area of two miles n lu the thequilitiet 1hequ thequ1itiea
quilitiet qu liUfb > depending ndlnlt upon the nature of the theermine tbtIrfund th thrrund
ermine Irfund rrund and the exposure to the sun sunWhile lUnWblle attnVhtic
While the production and the consump consumption conliumptlOII consumptlcit ¬
tion of win wine IDe in Kraoee Ir are steadily Jt adiJv in incrta Incna Increa
crta ing in ng the exportation is I diminishing diminishingTh
Th Tbl b luantity 11inUt exported in 187 was 8656 6f 8 5ti6 64 MO MOgallons OO OO8llona 000tiiton
gallons tiiton In 1S ISV7 7 t ten n years later it had hadfallen ba hadfatlert l lfalln
fallen to 46fc909W gallons gallonsWin plloRne gallonsVine
Win Vine ne growers were compensated for forth forth rotth
th shortage by an increase Increo in prices the themrrpy tbemrIY themrey
mrrpy value of the exports of 1887 bJing bJingJ4rlMUll b bing4l9311 iRg
J4rlMUll 4 I1311 for 1SS7 19 it was as S46082000 S46082000Thfee 46012000Thte 46082000Thee
Thee figures come from the customs of officials DCflclas ofIIcais ¬
ficials who during ul nc the later years ears of toe toedoi to todo tinsdo
doi do ads placed a higher valuation upon the thecparklinK theIlmrklinJ thesparkling
sparkling wines iDfS which hlch represented heo zheeQtrtnrs heoQUrt h t tqlirtPfa
QUrt qlirtPfa < > rs ef the total exports exportsA eXOItBJ1Ctable
A notable cbaoge ebaD e has h also occurred oecur in inth Inth Intb
th direction taken by exports In 18S7 18S7thtv 185 185thO 1887tht
thtv tht were almoct hn t equally divided between betweenBrropean betwotffl1roJtt betweijaThropean
Brropean 1roJtt > m nations and the counts countlles iee over overthf oerthp overtb
thf tb seas 1Cit In 1897 threefourths of the ex expom exJJ oxports
ports JJ were absorbed la Europe where the thenumber thenurnbtr thenumber
number of the consumers increased I and andthe aDdthe andthe
the domestic product remained almost eta stationary etationeiry ta tatlonilry ¬
tionary The principal l decline was 6 in inAfrica InArriea inAfrica
Africa and the t countries of South America Americas Amtrla1tiRU America00lelaily
00lelaily s 1tiRU > ially in the latter where the wine wineexport wineexpoita IDe IDeeJipoltA
export were SllMlttM In 1887 and only only338l0
J3J81WO in 1S 188 188Ihp 1S8Pup 8 8The
The Value nhp of Crnftiiif CrnftiiifAt trnlUJlAAt
At the meeting of the tk National Agri Agricultural Agricultural ri ricu1tural ¬
cultural Society Soclet reported in the Journal JournalOfficier Jourulomdel JournalOtikiel
Officier of September r 20 1SW It was set setforth setrorua setOttL
forth OttL as a fundamental principle never neYer to tonr toIIf toer
nr lost sight of by b French wine growers growersthat gruwerathdt growersthtt
that their success 8ucee must In the future de depend dllpt11I1 doVeIfti ¬
pend entirely upon grafting This prin principle prInciple princinle ¬
ciple is also I applicable to the wine growers growersof growrsof growersof
of < pin Italy and perhaps some other othercountries otheroinlnea otherCe
countries countriesA Ce oinlneaf ntziea ntzieanearly
A f nearly as I can learn it was wa about aboutJ87t aboutJ8 aboutj8t
J87t J8 when a Bordeaux wine Ine grower planted plaBted1n
In hi lila highgrade vineyard IDe ard a number of
On California 1 1 forma vtllet shs m They took readily to the
Fiench soil seaming tprta orth tall and stout alt ut
branches rich in fruitage frlllta But in pro prono
no 1 0lIon lion as they advanced his hl own vines vineswhich vineswhkh vineswhidi
which had produced a very ery choice choicef brand brandof
of r wine began to wither and die An Anrumination AnIrtlmltlatlon AnCkmInatIon
rumination demonstrated that they were wereattacked weroattarked wereattacked
attacked and destroyed by b an Infinitesimal Infinitesimalin
in it < t that tb t multiplied with astonishing astonishingraiiWy aetonlehlngnlldllty astonishingrttiiltty
raiiWy raiiWyFront nlldlltyIrom rttiilttyFront
Front year tar to year r it spread unt untl 1 but butfew butfew batfew
few vineyards in France Irra e were free from its itsrasages itsrallles itsratages
rasages It coat France wore re mosey than thanthe thRRthe thantile
the IYanco IrancoPrusslsn Prussian war Its devastation devastationcontinue deutalioaCOI1t1nIlU devastahjoaContlnuc
continue In the maul time the American Americanvines Amerbauvlnea AmerIauvines
vines nourish and protege pro prowte in abundance abundancewhere abtuulaucpwberethe abundancewhere
where wberethe the others die Upon exsinlHton exsinlHtonit
it was found that the ssma tiny pars panda e
fen lehted ted upon the America a vines ytR without withoutInjuring witltout10JurinK withoutinjuring
Injuring them the srcall cicatice that it itleaves Itlees itleen
leaves being Mln tilled with sap HIM and closed as asBOOH asSonu
BOOH as made madeThs madeTt madeTh
Ths Tt Vice President Presld l of the th Agricultural AgriculturalSociety A Agrieiltualt rlealtu < 1 1Botitty
t Society g01 iety of the Drome Mr Ir Auctute Tet Tale TaletllI TIertehia r rtells
tells tllI me that before this Uti inert iavitiol iavitiolFrance IvvsdoiIt 1 1lrlDce
It France tile annual Hual pretfwctUHi fir < < f wine vas vasX5X5OMiM6 038lrII50MVOO vas1r8502eoOe
X5X5OMiM6 gallons hAllo on a land surface rfau of ofCl orC1758t of6J77500
Cl C1758t 7758 acres ae Today Toda th the iu I II tact pleated pleatedIs pica led ledIs
Is about JlttMt 11 acre acrea Every veri ye tha thaana th9an1t 1159antis
ana planted In vines iacrea iareats ajOot out ifcO ifcOI iOtCact o oIe
Ie act s sI
I U expected In a few fe yea ea a that the theprt theprdlllt1Q theprcduetien
prt prdlllt1Q rUicticn of th the pfrict IHC cru I cc ccedla alias ihs ihsInactive Ua Uau UaInactive thhrnctive
Inactive Bowels BowelsMany
Many people suffer from constipation eonetipationThi eon constipationThis Upalioo UpaliooThis
This Thi invariably produces stomach liver livertn liveraol
tn aol < l kidney disease 1IH8 e Constipation te a dan dangerous dangCDUS dongcous ¬
gerous disease dl e8se Cure ure it with Hogtetter HogtetterStcinach lIottctter4Stma hlostetteriStesnach
Stcinach Stma h Bitters There I III nothing natblD better betterIt betterIt
It will 111 not shock the system 8t and It pool positively poollively ¬
lively cures indigestion dyspepsia tlysp JJIIla billows bHtottsnps billowsneq
nps ne neq malaria fever and acne Try It It It Itnay Itma Itma
nay ma be obtained from JiU any ny druggist tJrU gIM < Sec SecItct Seetht SecIbt
Itct a PRlVATEnuVENUE PRIVATE lEVENUE STAMP cov covirr covIn coyarr
irr the neck of the bottle bottle6ood bottleHostetters bottleaood
6ood Hostellers Hostellerslor
for Stomach StomachEver StomachEveryone Stomachyery
Ever Everyone yery one Bitters
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I I It JdJ Mi MiitWillteF wint r S Sale I ol l MU Muiill lin 1 1I Ull UiiiIervear nvi r it i JI i
i i I Penna Ave and Seventh St I begins tomorrow 0Il10IlOW morning IilOIhhIllg with itli store opening oeiilng Over 30000 pieces in in the collection collt tion Penna Ave and Seventh St I
I I I covering conin the < entire demands of the t1i muslin wardrobe The phm and the I lie manner of the themakmg thelIIlkiflg i
1 making of these t11 e garments are the key to their surpassing SUII I5UlttSih1g Ss ng excellence and nnmatchably unJJlatchahI unJJlatchahIlow
low li prices pr Itl1t tcs at which 1hich they are offered They are special values It is a t special sale Ve joined the forces of our capital and the factory facilities of the maker located away from the expensive c expnsIvctflty expnsIvctfltyCCIItIeS pn jcit jcitccntres ity itycentres
centres AVe Ye gave him the cash with which to take advantage of the muslin IIlns hitIlsifl n market before it started on its boom There was vu a saving Into the hands of wellpaid careful and am painstaking pftiust1 kinrscw sew sewers ow owelShi ¬ i
ers 18110 who work in III welllighted wellIi hted wellventilated wllln > lltilated rooms roomsthe the raw Jt W materials lllh > lil1s were put and un the making Jl1akill began hist July J nlJ The result resultbnet truer cut better made more elaborately trimmed Underwear U lerweuthm than thanis thanis
f is Iossi possible b lei in II 11 the th Ie pellmell 1IlI1el rush in Ifl tll the heat beaten paths 1 1 hs all tIl stores travel trll vel to gather gll th 01 their heh sale 110 stocks stoe Its Tu origin oigin best in offering off eri n cheapest eh C11Ca1CStlCd en pestI led ed by the IIIIl many ny extraordinary ex raeId illllry spoeia specials specialsCorset speciftltlCorset Is I
i Corset Covers CoversMade Drawers Corset Covers CoversDoth
Made 3f 304 at except eseepdoaliy tepuOllllIl tonally Rood tNIod purity slit of nMatia nMatiaHCTftet Doth opro s and 4 Uiiid stjrto stjrtomi 3rI Made ssd of 1 Iw e o 1M adr of 11M se ty sIfty h wi O V Mast i n
i HCTftet HttiB tk aad neatly stl I Ornate neweted r Veritably a and 5c e mi at maaila rwfefeMi wftk t ft ftef io as 19c 19C ml back or ortriawerf i
nd r at ef tek AMtfccr tea at triawerf ri with uniiiMay A
i Choice Choice25c Choice25c CJioiie25c
25c 25cAYorth 25cYort 25cVOII1L
AYorth Yort VOII1LDrawer h 39c 39cDrawer H9clrawffI
Drawer made ef seItt 4e t inswMu en yoke yokeIvelk yekchii e eI
I hii tiler tIfWt iwa tH eI 1t1 Myks 1tftI 1tftIlorella wetrdlla
Ivelk awl Mi pbiN ht elTjcte egco ftntotnJ ik h4 wfcfc wI fee feeincertinc eirtillC Moeinserting
inserting or ales ate MMC Natt with MM NIl su MM asses wIth wkhCUUSKT wit wittMtt wIthenlrsahe
tMtt enlrsahe enlrsahecoitsicr rd rdconSKT
CUUSKT COV8RS Ie oJ of f elK elKNlRtbrie MK MKrambrici ini ininieste
rambrici NlRtbrie V MIIHKC Md Web H JtteIt tiecksoil ek Prateh Prateheffects FIlJIICIalf
effects lf and tucked hid fNtiM frosts ra 40 JMthe tsd wWi Nwe Jrceal Ieeesiiiitaibreldcry NwedlKMJSR
al siiiitaibreldcry
CIIFIJ dlKMJSR m male e > of tor ttHty < lit f moeli moelif IIlIt naaeiia naaeiiafull
f lIt t full all sad Sowing with litwnl hm hmfront 1I Mfront hemfrent
front trimmed with th pmbroi embroidery tnry r aDd aDdit e edged edgedwith < d
with it I hste t
LolL LolLIdgiiigs
ldpap UId tit In Insertlac
iHtI sertlac wertM up to tot toItc tocayardtor
Itc cayardtor cayardtort a 1214 tor tor6c
t 6c a d
Lot 2 2Gd 2l 2Ele4ae
Gd l Ele4ae iHN lIII6 MM MMrtitRS aM 111I 111Ifo Issettings
fo settings rtitRS worth a If t to tolie
1 lie V a yaid for
a9c 9c
1 yd d
phylloxera will be equaled In fact pro pm pmlessors 1 1r j jfeseora
lessors r t of viniculture expect that France Francewill Ifrancwill Francewill
will in a few years elus produce more wide titan titanat tlanat thanat
at any previous time the methods of cul cultivation cultivation coltiiation ¬
tivation and of vinificatiofl having been so soperfected soperfected soperfected
perfected as to give to the soil and to the thegrape thegrape thegrape
grape the maximum of production prOfiu lIoA Hilly Hillygravelly Hl Hillygravelly 1 1IrMYlly
gravelly stony MOn land heretofore absolutely absolutelyunproductive absoletelyunproductive b htely htelyUDprOOllctle
unproductive is today bearing vines and andhundreds aa aahundreds antihundreds
hundreds of acres are being annually annuallybrought annuallybrought
brought under cultivation cultivationProtecting euIthationlroceflnJ cultivationlrotcctlnK I
Protecting the Vine VintNo lnc lncSo
No 0 vine can be looked upon as worth worthcultivation wort worthcultivation I IeultlnUolI
cultivation until it is grafted with the theAmerican theAmerican
American vine IDe as it is then proof against againstphylloxera againstJthyJloxcra agetnatshyllexoma I
phylloxera M Teller says uysthe the Insect al always alwas always ¬
ways remains where it baa once taken tp upIts tplis tpIts
Its home and no one expects exp tc it ever to toleave lo15e tohave
leave France There will 111 therefore 11 11wars always I Iwaye
wars be a demand for American grafts lor lorFrance 16rPrance or orPrance
Prance Algeria Tunis Spain and all other Oiherwineproducing o otherwineproducIng ber berwineproducing
wineproducing countries countriesThe countriesThe countriesThe
The phylloxera destroyed 1709S5 bee hectares beetaren c ctare5 ¬
tares of vineyards in Spain last year One Onehundred Onehundred Onehundred
hundred and twentyfour thousand nine ninehundred nineHundred ninehundred
hundred and eightysix elz htalx acres have already alreadybeen alrcad alrcadbeen alreadybeen
been replanted or grafted with American Americanvine AmericanInee Americanvines
vine Inee Spain formerly form erly produced from 449
8906 896 e to C34009OM gallons of wine Inc All Allthe Allthe
the vines vi nos of that country like those ot otFrance otI ofFrance
France must be Americanized AmericanizedAt
I At the meeting of the National Agri Agricultural AgriI Agnicultural ¬
cultural Society above referred to it was wasnald wasMid wassaid
Mid MidIt
It la more fully recognized than ever everthat everthat everthat
that for the th rebuilding of vines lneB recourse recoursemust recounlcmust recountmust
must be had to grafts that are the most mostpowerfully j jpowerfully I Ip
powerfully p werCull resistant to phylloxera that is isto Isto isto
to say 8It to pure American or to Amerlcaln AmerlcalnAmoricain AmerlcalnAmerlcaln AmericainAtnoricain
Amoricain double American But certain certainhybrid certaluhybrid certainhybrid
hybrid FrancoAmerican vines ln08 must not al always always always ¬
ways be e rejected al e there arc special con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions in which they may be used to ad advantage allants advantage ¬
vantage ants gu The value of the riparlarupeetris riparlarupeetrisa
a MI grafts must however be insisted upon uponabove uponaboTe uponabove
above all as regards abundant fruitage in Inhard inbard
bard dry ground groundBetween groundDetwmm groundBetween
Between 1S3S and 1898 there was an in increase increoe ¬
1 1c
crease c as shown at the meeting of the Na National i ilional IlIonl
lional Agricultural Society November 21 211S8S
1S8S of 141900000 141M OOO bushels in the wheat wheatyield wheatylthl wheatyield
yield of France It is believed that this thisamount thisall10Ullt thisamount
amount is likely to gradually diminish on onaccount onaccount I IlCount
account of the increased attention given givento blvento
to grape growing since a moans has been beenfound beentoun beenfonud
found toun of nullifying the influence of th thphylloxera thphylloxera thphyhloxera
phylloxera phylloxeraIn
In this connection conne l10n < I will add ad that M Mouanon Mouanon Houanon
the of vlllcul vlticuttore
ouanon inspector general i iture
ture recently stated at a meeting of the theAcademy theACRI1oID theAcademy
II Academy ACRI1oID of Sciences that if roots of vines vineswere Ines I Iwere Iere
were ere placed for five minutes in a bath bathheated battheattd ballheated
heated to r3 3 degrees the eggs or larvae larvaeof larvapoC larvaeof
of the phylloxera would be destroyed destroyedTHE destroyedTHE destroyedTHE
3Ir ti 11 VIIIInniK lIl1nJU Snyit SU Sir IlyniiN nnn Pretext PretextWill ProteMiIJl
Will 111 Not ot Prevent Cuiitollilatlon CuiitollilatlonBALTIMORE COIIIUJlltlntlonALTIIORE CtititlItt1onBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE Jan 1 IJohn John Skelton SkeltonWilliams SkeltonWilliams SkeltonWilliams
Williams was in Baltimore Saturday In Infurtherance Infurtberance infurtherance
furtherance of the plans p ans for the consoli consolidation conlloUdalton consohldation ¬
dation of the Seaboard Air Line Georgia Georgiaand Georgiaand Georgiaanti
and Alabama Florida Central and Penin Peninsula PenlnlIulll Peninsula ¬
sula Southbound and an other railroad prop properttes propertles propattics
attics in the South Mr Ir Williams said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that work upon the various extensions of ofthe otthe ofthe
the greater gre 1tcr Seaboard system was being beingpushed beingpushed beingpushed
pushed as rapidly as possible pOl slble Referring Reterrln ReferrinF
Choice ChoiceWorth Choice35c Choice35c
35c 35cW 35cWorth
Worth W orth 50c 50cCORSET fiOcCORSET iOecortsgr
CORSET COVEns both bet both0i hagh Ml lew ait aittot t tor
or V ° tte ttgtltg as4 Psocb ti titM e1feOtet
tot tM feOtet sjlrimt with 11 11110M bee Or r rnvck Is Isneek
nvck 110M and tfeett tfeettDRAWKKS iMevtKlht1 t tSKmTS
SKmTS Klht1 teoje CIl he minlIe a 8eoths 8eothsOsiinI s swtU
OsiinI wtU wIth ebti4 tbttem It WCII5 tsclbaa4 M IunA wOks wOkslfltAWhRS
DRAWKKS unA nns made ef f Cambric a4 VU VUi ymlia ymliawith usIi usIi8isled
8isled i with clu ter 0 tacks sad 114 trie4 trie4I trie4with triinaasdwith
with embroidery HIIbroidf of bee
I 36412 Yards Y YardsEdgings ards Edgings Edgin s and Insertings InsertingsIf
c If they t w wre1I were r ill ia OB oaf centime COIIttfMlO4H strip ta tf7 thd yd rMck rll6a hdf hdfHaltiMor h hway
way a to HaltiMor Mallif It Hilt t th thy are ac 1 h In 4 II 1Sj 1yaid ktttu
t l MOO 0 9 o of th ttto themsope m MNM Swiss Swill M some C Owrfjffr SB SBEurope mm alMootHli Nimoea1F
F cem by ec4ai I p1lrda e frOM the lal1J4llt eeoufetmcr II all allEwope allBttwpe
X Europe LH III Make te this fledarat 4pciarstia < i cb > ratk right kr bestthat ik that t t te IM IMPLICATE nuI fillPLICTII ¬
w l Tfcef flsue a ar r width frees rem Edging o Ed ogs gs to 9 aw a sod 10inch 1o lch noaaciaa noaaciaaThe n
I 5 aIM 5 inch 11 J tile many nr JI6t psiterne Is a bra broad sew one that wIU wIUI D
i I jt = Wft ia regular stocks for t the t time tt this c COIDbtr COIDbtritlil eosnla zam zamr
r s With itlil them are re fda of motebad t patter The Embnridc EmbnridcrJ iderift
tF rJ rift net m > have Ita dividMl livid fd into four lot lets th tllle Mat Matched h i Stti Sat IMU i iet Uw ue
ltt Iotl and all ei riP eight ht t go on sI tomoncn HMnuag
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to t 40c n yard
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or lour di dilerest wMltllll of I Edisg aed M lrtiBC oasis m in the litt lIttle rHtl pattmiin thntill i I IAll k kt ftbaby
t baby wardrobe aPdt ot othem mew eIabora rlabone tot yoer OW 01 All 11 MW and exclusive eaclu n
Killings E 1gingsJ lOc to to40c totOe to40c
40c a yard ar
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to 1 n ynr yard lcl l
i worth 25c each for I worth I2c 12 c and loc for for11C for19c0
1 19c0 I Qfc 9 CWe c lIb 4j i J 11C 1 11CMuck 1 c
t 26 ooxo tIo dusi of them thrM good big Towrte Tewd62d j jtv44
2 2d ± tv44 + 4 dtw < RlmKlii4l I hemetttchrd hemetttchrdand Iwtno l 7 MI 5t ° doeeta Muck Towels heavy qual quality qualand qualand ¬
and open work I ity with itn Red and Blur border bor Jtn Jtnt <
+ + + + + + + + + + t O
to Thomas F Ryans telegram pven J yen en to the thepress thepress
press oc Wednesday Mr Williams said saidMany AidMany aoidMany I
Many of f Mr Ir Ryans statements were weremisleading weremisleading
misleading and I will reply repl to them la de detail detail dotaii ¬ I
tail in due course There is absolutely abeoluel ae aequestion noquestion
question as to t the legality of our plan for forthe torthe forthe I
the foiiaton fOJ on of the th greater Seaboard aye system 8B 8Btom ayetern ¬
tem and Mr r Ryans efforts to place pla c ob obit obstacJe ohstatics ¬
stacJe b I our path will not seriously delay I IIt Iit
it We Ie hve h successfully carried out every everystep ecry5tep everystep
step we have undertaken The greater greaterSeaboard grterSeabtJhrd greaterSeaboid
Seaboard system will be controlled by bySouther b bSouttcr bySoutlart
Souther people and it will be operated operatedin
in the le ici IcttreSt re t of that section with due dueregard dUtregard dueregard <
regard to i 1 interests interestsBABRED ilterestsBARRED ttterestsBARRED
IiiHiirnnve Coinpiinlcn VI1I VJtlnlrnir ttltlidrxtwTheir YJthd VJtlnlrnirTUelr rn n nThetr
Their Business DUNlne From Texas ToxaiiAUSTIN TeXAAUSTIll TexasAUSTIN
AUSTIN Texas Jan 1 1Unotnelal UnofBeial ad advices advices advIces ¬
vices have ben b en received here to the effvt effvtthat elf t tthat
that a cumber tunter uJ1l er of prominent fire insurance insurancecompanies Ill5UranccoompanltS insurancecompanies
companies DOW doing doln business bu inu in Texas Texaswill TexA6wlil Texaswill
will withdraw from the State the finK of ofthe orthe ofthe
the year e on account of the new antitrust antitrustlaw anUtrUBtla anUtrustlaw
la law pass pa9Stot > l by the last legislature which whichgoes whkhgoes whichgoes
goes < nto enact erl t January Januar 31 1900 This Tbl law lawembraces lawembrRce lawembraces
embraces the affidavit feature and prohib prohibits prohibits ¬
its all Insurance companies doing business businessIn bu nellS nellSIn I IIn
In Texas from Cr > m belonging to any rating bu bureau burcau ¬
rcau whether such bureau Is maintained maintainedin
in or outside ouL de of the State StateIt StateIt StateIt
It is even more farreaching than the theArkansas theArkaMaS theArkaneas
Arkansas antitrust law passed pa5 > d by the last lastlegislature lastlegislature I Ilegislature
legislature of that State and which caused causeda j ja ia
a wholesale withdrawal of companies doing doingbusiness dolobuslne6 1Olfl 1Olflbusiness <
business there The State departtron of oCInsurance ofhiistirance J
insurance here was yesterday officially offielall ad advised adIBed advised
vised IBed by b the Merchants Fire Insurance InsuranceCompany InsuranceCom InsuranceCompany
Company Com pan of New Orleans that it would wouldwithdraw wouldwltbdraw wouldwithdraw
withdraw from Texas on January JanulT 1 1iicrlenn J JAmerican i Ii I Imcrlcnn
American Hyperbole HyperboleFrom 1II ItylrrboIeFrom rbol rbolFrom
From the New York Tribune TribuaeI Tribu TribuIIt
I cant IIt for my In very cl life sec said the Ameri American AItMtca tmerican ¬
can ca what there is funny about a good Ottd deal that thatyou thaltRf tintyou
you Eneh Englisiunen > hm n call humor But I am willing Wi to togrant togrant
= grant Rf that I probably dorOOt do not understand it Awl Awljtwt Andjust i ijtI5t
just 110 o I think that that I do know k why wit you 1 I EnRrMi EnRrMiraen F Eaglinkmen I IfM
men fM fail to be amused m by a good deal dul of ow hn hnnor humen I Iroor
nor It has been said that American AlRtI n humor con cons conJalgtly conifta
ifta s largely ot hyperbole IIJP < rbole and IHI no doubt it does doseOn I IOn IOn
On yo your r aide of the t water too there have iaaveMI hose j joroe
MI oroe imitators h1 lJi to or rather let us so say writers wrlttnla of ofa
a kindred Khool Mark Twain fe M of coarse toe t1k t1kmutrr tflemister j jwaster
waster crafUman and Jerome K Jerome is a ahumble ahumble i ihtmbt
humble but wellmeaning V I nlng appr apprattee 11 nU tiH For esasa n npie ra I Ipte
pie have ha rou oJU heard about the man IR who wanted wantedto wastedto 8Jltd
to buy the rubber boots beotstThe bootsThe bootsThe I
The Kr linplWimen gH liflmen imen had not heard It ItA ItA itA
A man went into a shop h p and s asked ked for a pair pose poserubber I Irobber Irvbber
robber boots s and expressed aruk aRlHty > ty a aa to tonHher toitther
nHher < Mr they tll were made of f pure p rr rubber The Thelesmun Thetold Thealetman II
lesmun told told him that thyw UIe1 theywere rp Still ho was wasdifflatfefied wassPeswtfe0ed 31 31f
difflatfefied and expressed doubt about it Wny WnyJu Why Whyjust
11 f a
Ju just f t let me tell you the salesman said d da we sold solda soda
a pair of f boot boots just like theee e the other thy te a aIMH a1M atwa
IMH 1M who wa was working on a steeple 5t lie west westri westright Rt RtrlJlkt
ri right ht out of this shop with them on 011 and went wentup wentup eDl eDlup
up on the 1 he top of a steeple and went to work workand wortaM workansi
and It wMnt half an hour before he Ml off Hr lItsuek j jtiuek
tiuek uek the ground with W Jri4 feet and u lid < i he kept keptbowsdtsg j
bowuHBR for three days day and they ftatty had to toboot toIIIaoot toshoot I
boot him to keep him from vtsrvini tanillgto to toI death tlNtllI J Jh
h I that all OH IiIi said < J the Kaaliahniaa FItIlIWtmaaWIu EstilisktoonWhy i iWhy
Why of nouree IOU fe its all all1Id alltnsI 1 1And
And 1Id what wha is 1 there funny fllAft about that thatMaud thetr thetrCnnlpetltlnn thtPCmpetitiun
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Maud 1IIII1I Mys ys she It madly madl in lore with her new newwheel n newwheel w wwhfel
wheel wheelIluki
wheelHuhl Huhl Another etbrr ease where wlaeremtiR in is dltntaced byt bytmachinery bymachinery by bymachinery
machinery machineryGr machineryGrsetii1r t tGreeting
Greeting Gr t i From > PIion Ihone IRII IRIIHippy 134Sappy 14 j jJ
Hippy y New Year full of 7 good fo < xl < Ueer UeerlYem hscrFrom I Ito
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thOM or lace Jaroet1l3USK lntrtr mining r wills mete taciftCtlKMlStJ meteCiIRM
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Iiikhcd hhcd with Ttercfcon toce Me or or1M mr corded cordedliltAWEkS leJ leJfsafchd
1M liltAWEkS ERS said 01 aseIe 14 CQfW6wIc casaisdeimIehd
fsafchd wit wi with toee edse 55 hid aMtdl btttlm t tmate to tomateS
mateS mate tdl iimUoHcivil coOks Mid dMMn diiil et ettu s stuebi f flurk
lurk tu soe wUk lawn Hftdtas MM aM bM bMMiteftcrf IMMttdM basssOtebed
Miteftcrf tackA tackACOHSKT tltekCOltS teOsCOIISItT
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ltten worth S1E5 a doaea See pl > UU
Case of Long Cloth = = 85c a Full FuI1Piece FuI1PieceWhile Piece PieceWkile
While lane this eae la lasts U th tM special price pri wi i II prerail Ml f instead o 01 t tThere tM nasal piieeL piieeLThese 5 5TIaHf
There ar ate It 1 yard rck to the piete dsee and nd very err arno rao oth save n Hue vravina aeaiasg j Looa Long cloth clothfsr clot is ts the tIIr1ftr theJar
Jar Uaderwearaukiar 1ftr and nd lists is as good ud Laws Lo Itolh Ioth a s you oo will want nt
Saks and Company
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ltteasslnnce tt IInnce nt Synawsiwues n lJoJnc SU5Ketet SU5Ketetto
to hrhthlllll bristlattaBALTIMORE I
BALTIMORE Jan 1 1Re Rev W A Craw CranfordFroet CrawfordFrOtt CrawfordFrost
fordFroet rector r tor of th the Protestant Prot 1 l Epis Episcopal 1lscopel Episcopal ¬
copal Church of the Holy Hot Comforter Pratt Prattand Pattand tt I Iand
and Chester Streets preached a sermon sermouyesterday sermonyefJtenitar sermonyesterstey
yesterday In which he took too up the defeats defeneoof 4eflilcIor defeatsof
of the Jews lIe said saidThe soldThe I
The Feast of the Circumcision Clnu cliilon upon uponwhich lponwalch uponwhich
which we w ar are about to enter recalls to us usthat ustot vsthat
that our Lord and Saviour was a Jew JewThough 18 JewThough I ITltouJh
Though He was the founder of a new cove coveaant covesnot
I IRant
Rant thich should embrace all mankind mankindHe mankindHe mankindHe
He did not nullify or abrogate the old oldcovenant oldcovenant oldcovenant
covenant lie only extended and enlarged enlargedit
it He was as faithful to the Jewish religion religionwj6 religionos religionwSs
wj6 os circumcised the eighth day regular in inHie inlIis inilk
ilk attendance at tbo Passover endorsing endorsingfrequently endorslnCrcquentJ endorsinfrequently
frequently the Old OI Testament Scripture Scriptureand Scripturosand Scripturesand
and the testimony of the Law and the theProphets theProphets theProphets
Prophets commending the doctrine of the theScribe theSerlbe6 theScribe
Scribe and Pharisees even while He con coademned condemned eoademned
demned their actions and finally 11oall when whenHe whenlie whenlie
lie gave his followers their last instruc instructions IJl8truttJODS instructioos ¬
tions He told them to go to the Jews first firstand firstanl1 firstanti
and afterward to the Gentiles GentilesI
hI I have ha often wondered why wh Christian Christianministers Christianmbllters Christianmiplsters
ministers preach so minutely about the theJews theJews theJews
Jews of Palestine and of the remote past pastwithout paslwithout pastwithout
without giving a thought to those tbos of Balti Baltimor5 DalUmor Baltimor
mor5 mor mor who are here with us now arid with withwhom withwhm withwhm
whm we are ever coming into closer doter busH busHness bust buslnest bustaces
ness and social contact We e could have hlebetter DC DCbetter n nbetter
better illustration of the tendency to avoid avoidthe Ryoilthe avoidthe
the practical application of Cbrlst Clirlsts teach teaching tachIng teaching ¬
ing to everyday life We Ve e send mission missionaries nUmonarles nilselonarIes ¬
aries to Jerusalem to convert the Jews Jewsbut Jewsbut Jewsbitt
but we never dream of trying tJlngto to persuade pursuadeour
our Baltimore fellowcitizen to totum turn their theirsynagogues theirSrJl80tUcs theirsynagogues
synagogues into Christian churches ch rch s and andaccept andaeeept andaccept
accept as their Messiah esslllh the one whom we webelieve webelIeve o obelieve
believe to be the fulfillment of all their theirtypes theirtypes theirtypes
types and prophecies proph propheciesNow les i iNow tXow
Now the first step toward this is a aloving aloving aloving
loving and appreciative attitude toward towardthem towardtJlCm towardthem
them We Ve should attend their thelrsnngosues thelrsnngosuesnot synagogues synagoguesnot synagoguesnot
not to criticise but to learn andtg and t9 show showour showour showour
our friendliness The middle wall of par partition partition partitfon ¬
tition is broken down and we fjhould hQul l walk walkover walkoer walkover
over the place where it used uscdo to be b The Thenext Thenet Theneat
next step Is to show them by b oUr lives livesthat U08that livesthat
that our religion Is a better one one I am amafraid am1rrald amafraid
afraid that In the eyes of Heaven Chris Christians Christians ChrisUnna ¬
tians throughout the ages agesaye aye and down downA downA downA
Twentyfive Incnt c Years Ynr Constant Use UseWithout Ullelthout UseWithout
Without lthout n Failure FailureThe FnllureThe FailureThe
The first indication of eroup Is horse horsoneas horsenees horseflees
flees and in a child subject to that disease diseaseIt
It may ma bo taken as a sure sign of the ap approach approach approach ¬
proach of an attack Following this hoarse hoarsenew hoar5eneM hoarseness
new is a peculiar rough cough If Cham Chamberlains ChaxnberlJlns Chaxpberlains ¬
berlains Cough Remedy is I given as soon soonas soonII soonnit
as the child hUd becomes hoarse or even after afterthe aflertbe afterthe
the croupy cough appears It will prevent preventthe preventthe preventthe
the attack It is used in many thousands thousandsof
of homes in this broad land and andevcr never dis disappoints dlsapl disappoints ¬
appoints apl > olnts the anxious mothers We have haveytt haveyft haveyet
yet to learn of a single Instance in which whichIt whichIt
It has not proved effectual No other prep preparation preparation preparation ¬
aration can an show such a record recordtwcnty recordtwcntye tvrenty tvrentyfive
five e years constant use without a failure failureFor failureFor failureFor
For sale ale by Henry Evans wholesale and andall 1Ul nd ndall l lall
all druggists
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McCrum Mercer MercerWatsons MercerWatsons MercerI
I Watsons Linens LinensLinen Linensill
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t Were er allOt another Jot of tide laftt Table 1 lAsses ready lie tLr tLrI te teI
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I 1 t I i JI 755f Me pIitt pIltua CIadtt CIoI rid aol sisborase patterns MoM ef efaeir etI
aeir tIMIp wldt TV TheCktbeasehm TheCktbeasehmI Ctatht ate ttomt ttomtr 1
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l thoM t Ih4s that fa ti tU fffftal I price
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fee Me el latt Patten CIMIai ia is heand n new r edects tr all those M sdM JIriNr 4m 4ma
Id a worth 1 Isrl3I Isrl3Iyu U UwertJt
yu worth U8 tHu tHulIS foe foemath
lIS AIda 8 forM forMto Ier Ierto
to match the 1Ie MAH per dwestes I
49inch ilKll Lawn ab beer er and mi One s each Mn 11 a aUiU as re to totaiis
who UiU at at lIt 1 a yard In tIde npeai npeaiwho f ei > Ul 12 j 1 O Otole c
I siem AllUma IIU 9 ks
heavy aaaJity aaaJitym 569c 6 9c
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X Nw f elects fI in r riqos > < u lor shirt wa watots F nw nwMHli tieLtet <
Jtf > t welit t emsots MHli h awl poored pcrfuiweeih Mrfwt 1 l I 1 p c
worth orth l ISe c a jatd ud f
to the present presenthave nt have e treated lr8t the Jews as asbadly asbadly I
badly bAdl as the Jews treated Christ They Theyhave Theyhave
have crucified the Jews not IJ t with a three threehours threehours threehours
hours agony but with the slow slo torture tortureof tortureof tortureof
of injustice and oppression from genera generation generaties eDcra eDcraHon ¬
Hon to generation B Bitt U let our Hebrew Hebrewbrethren Hebr hebrewbrethren w wbrethren
brethren extead tte d the jame charity cltarlt to their theirpersecutors
persecutors as their true but rejected rejectedKing re rejectedKing ted tedKing
King the Prince of Peace when ia hIs htesuffering hitJsuffering hIssuffering
suffering he said Father forgive then thenfor themfor
for they know not what bat they Ule flo sb sbI o oI
001 I called recently recest upon a young parish parishioner parlsklOBeI parishloser ¬
loser who is III with ith chronic inflammato inflammatory i llammator ¬
ry rheumatism I asked him if his em exnhIoyers
1 ployers would keep his place for him and andhis antihis
his reply startled me He saM Id My em employers em1I1oers emltloyors ¬
ployers are Jews They Th have been very verykind vcr vcrkind verykind
kind and will take me back when I am anable amable amable
able to go I have worked for Christians Christiansand ChristiansHnd Christiansand
and for Jews and I would never work workfor worktor workfor
for a Christian if I cp cotbl < Vd II got ot a Jew to toemploy toemploy toemploy
employ me n my fly opinIOn the Jews are arebetter arebetter arebetter
better Christians than the Christians Chri tlaBS them themselves tbemehes themselves ¬
selves selvesI ehesI
I have frequently heard similar remarks remarksfrom remarksfrom remarksfrom
from Christians in my JJ1 parisfe who are oat oatployed ODtploed oatplayed
played by b Jews JewsA JeWSA JewsA
Minn SuriiJi Sur AtlniiiH Adnl PnjM 1 Six Tlioiihnntl TlioiihnntlDollnrw rIotisnntDollars
Dollars to 0 Hear It ItFrom U11011I ItFrom
From tie New X York Y World WorldSix WorldSix
Six thousand dollars is what Miss 1iS6 Sarah SarahE I IE
E Adams of X Norwalk orwalk rwalk Conn p paid W out of a asnug asnug
snug little estate tate valued at t 10000 to UH UHdorstand underataad I
dorstand her genealogical tree For that thatsum thatsum thatsum
sum she was enabled to know her history historyfrom j jfrom I
from the time of he Revolutionary War WarantI j jand innll
and she says sa S she would have willingly willinglyspent wIllinglyspent Bllnglyspent
spent the rest of it tracing her forefathers forefathersback forefathersback
back to the old Norman days but Judge JudgeSeymour JudgeI ludgeSeymour I
I Seymour of the probate court of Fairfield Fairfleldcounty Fairfieldcounty i icounty
county Conn thought she knew kne sufficient sufficientand ufflclent ufflclentand
and appointed a conservator of her property propertso propertyso I
so 0 thatvshe could waste no more of it itThis ItThis itThis
This step was urged by her brothers brothersCharles brothersCharles brothersCharles
Charles Francis Adams and John Adams AdamsC
C F Adams conducts a grocery store in inGrennwich InGrel1nwleb inGreenwich
Greenwich Conn He IB l ct a practical turn turnof turnot turnof
of mind Mr > Ir Adams says he knows doth nothing dothin oth othin ¬
ing in of his genealogical tree and cares leee leeeIt leESIt lessIt
It Isnt what you used to be its what you youare youare youare
are today is Mr Adams way of thinking thinkingHe thinkingHe thinkingHe
He says the latest quotations on eggs and andcodfish andcodfish
codfish interest him more tbsn his notes ancestry notestry nces ncestr ¬
try tr But his elster who is fltt fietyelgbt yelght years yearsoil yearsI yearsold
I oil thinks differently To To11e me the story storyof 1 1of
of my forefathers and their labors In build building buildIng buildlag ¬
ing the foundation of my country is a rare rarestudy rafestudy rarestudy
study she says saysMiss lIaysnls saysMiss
Miss nls Adams is a goodlooking woman of ofmedium ofmedium
medium stature with lth hair just tinged with withgrey withgrey
grey and kindly blur bJ eyes She bas a apleaeant aplelll3nt apleasant
pleasant suite of rooms in a 3 a big house on a astylish astylish
stylish street In Norwalk and lives alone aloneFnntoun aloneFamous
Famous J Innon Orchestra Lenders LendersFrom LendrF Lendersleem
From F om the Kansas City Star StarJean StarJem StarJean
Jean LaiBoureux the bestknown orchestral orchestralleader orcltewUaIlesdtf orchestralleader
leader in Fniree who died suddenly OB Thurs Thursday Thensday ¬
day was man mnastf responsible reepol > ribt f for r the pro4txtt predueti nof n nof
of Wagners works erke at th the Paris National Op ope Opera Operallouw ra raHouse raUouse
House in the face fccof ol a riotous opposition some tOffIerars maneyears
1 yean rars ago Lamow JAtOOOtUX ux directed th the most perfect per perfectorchestra ct ctorcbatra
1 orchestra in the worjd his series of concerts concertsevery cencertsftery concertsevery
every wHiter bcinp > a great social 6 as s well as asmusical umusiol asmnusieti
musical event ent He produced TrUtan and Isolde Isoldefor ho4defor itoldefor
for the first nt time in Prance two niontlM tlonll a adJln ago agodying R Rdyinfr
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PHILADELPHIA Jan 1 IThe The year Just Justclosed juatelOMd justclosed
closed has been owe of th Ute cat diais diaistrows dislStroutl diasstratma
trows rter r er known la local skipping circles circlesNot clnJe5Not circlesNot
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of vessels ee been wrecked bat the lose ef eflife elife e elife
life has been unfrwcedeoletl The lives lost lostwill Io5twill hostwill
will number nearly 2M and the valo voles of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the property ever 3M4M9 3M4M9The Mi MiThe I441dId I441dIdThe
The two most notable u losses of life were wereon wereon
on tb the British steamships Itee ltips Saltram sod aodSouta aDtlI aDtlISout sodSouth
South Sout 1 Cambria bound from Pbila Philadelphia elpltia te teHavana htHaaDa toHavana
Havana which carried fortythree pe peXot persons pellODSot personsNot
Not ot o one He of the crews was left to t tell II the thestory thestor thestory
story stor of destrncttoa Both ve vessels s U ware waregives wereglyeR woregiven
gives up for low long ago Maay aay lost tostsebooRers lostecJttJoBel8 hostachooners
sebooRers aod aadlMrg bdrges Have added lae1 lae1to ha a gety getyto gelyto
to the list of fatalities fatalitiesThe fataJlUesThe fatalitiesThe
The British steamship Vinaahata itsdabala tram tramRouea fromRonea rom romRoueR
Rouea for Philadelphia P Uadftphla was lost in Janu January January Janeany ¬
ary last Her crew < re was picked up by th thsteamship the thliBteamshlp thesteamship
steamship Paris and all were rescued but batone butone butone
one man maaThe mUlTile manThe
The illfated steamship Allegheny AlIesn left leftPhiladelphia leUP loftPhitededphia
Philadelphia P Ua lphla for Dunkirk via New York Yorkand YorkaD4 Yorkand
and Halifax In cofUBaad of Captain Mc McGilvery McGlirery Ic IcGIIer
Gilvery who had with him a crew of oftwentyeight oftwentcJ1bt oftwentyeight
twentyeight men She was wa loot in the theFebruary theFebruary theFebruary
February gale which swept the north At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantie ¬
lantic with great eat violence violeaceThe violenceThe 1 ol CllCe CllCeThe
The British steaMsblp GaUiaa Gm which left leftPhiladelphia leCtPhiladelpbla leftPhiladelphia
Philadelphia for Sligo was lost CH her heroutward Aeroutward heroutward
outward run The crew were all picked pickedup pickedup Pickedup
up by b the British steamship Menoimee Menoimeeand M8D01 M8D01and Menoimeeand
and landed at London on July 19 19All 1 1All 19All
All hands were lost on the bark Anita AnitaBerwind AnitaBerwlnd AnitaBerwissd
Berwind which left Philadelphia la March Marchfor Marchfor Marchfor
for Porto Rico Nothing Notbl g has ever been beenhoard bueuhOltrd beetshoard
hoard from the bark Industria which left leftthis lertthis leftthis
this port in January Januu for Lisbon The Nor Norwegian Xorwcglan Norwegian ¬
wegian bark Prince Edward which left this tilsport tbisporl thisport
port in June for Honolulu was as also lot lotwith lotwith iotwith
with all on board and the same fate was wwsmet WMmet wasmet
met by those who manned the Dutch baik baikColumbus barklumbt baikClumbua
Columbus lumbt which sailed Uetl from Java on Au Augcrt Augtt Augtt
gtt 17 for Philadelphia Twelve of the thecrew thecrtw thecrew
crew of the German bark Jofean Friedrich Friedrichfrom Friedrichrrom Friednichfrom
from Philadelphia for Cette were lost dur during durIng durlog ¬
ing the abandonment of the vessel at alEight sea seaEight seaEight
Eight of the crew of th the bark Iodine Iodinewere Iotilaewere Iodinewere
were drowned oa October 21 1 when the tbevwso1 theesse thevees
vwso1 vees esse was abondcned OH her run from fromGreenland frolnGreenland frontGreenland
Greenland to Philadelphia and ive of the thecrew thecrew thecrew
crew of the Philadelphia seaooaer sdtoott sehooser r W wBird M MBird MBird
Bird lost their lives off Ca Cape e Hatteras in inNovember InXovtmber inNovember
November including Captain Berrett the themaster themaster themaster
master of the veeecl veeeclOther vcstlclOther vesselOther
Other looses were the rbTaaelpnU rbTaaelpnUschooners Phiadelpbiaschooners a ascboonerg
> schooners C M Patterson E L I CoSting CottlHgham CoUhlgham CoStingham
ham R W Disney Due Minnie Bergen Area AreaReppard ArtnReppard AmenReppord
Reppard R S Derby and the cool bar barges barOIIEmma bargesEmma c cEmma
Emma T Crowell a aR and d Cactus The two twolast lwolast twolast
last named were lost in Delaware Bay BayNEW DayNEW BayNEW
YcjisclR Ye5 1 Cargoes and Lives Lost Dur During Durlu Durissue ¬
issue lu Lat Year YeurBANGOR YearBANCOR YearBAXGOR
BANGOR Me Ie Jan 1 1AcompiIaUoD 1A A compilation of ofthe orthe ofthe
the wreck statistics for the fiscal year yearended 1e1rended yearended
ended June 30 1809 Shows that New Eng England EDtland Bugland ¬
land suffered terribly in that period perlo the theStates theStates thetates
States tates of Maine > New Hampshire and an Mas Massachusetts Hassachutetta ¬
sachusetts having lost lCd vessels Tesst > l valued valuedwith
with their cargoes at nearly loOOrOOO and
that of their passengers aDd crewsv crews 11 11pensMei SS5 SS5perished Z Zperished
perished perishedIt
It was V U the most disastrous dhlaatr year ia th thhistory tlte tltehlttory thhistory
history of ta the New Baalaad Be < gIaD4 merchant merehaalrine ma marine marine ¬
rine The greatest leases were la the gale galeof pieo galeof
of o November 27 7 1JS 1 8 when the tlaePortlaDd steamer stsanaerPortland steamerPortland
Portland went down dow with wit all bands haads 1 11 12 alt alttoM alttoW allbItt
toM aad when many ceaaUag C861l veaoolg wore worecangat worpcatHChl woreessight
cangat In the storm st llll The appalling reeerd reeerdfallows reeerifallowa recordfellows
fallows fallowsMaiae fallowalalJleNUlllber fellowsNoiseNumber
Maiae lalJleNUlllber Number of vessels lost 78 tell toaaane tell434S
aane 100 25345 value YI of vessels aad cargo cargoes earaot cargoes4Z
t 943 4Z l36 < 36 loss on vessels and cargoes tlt 91S 91SS
S 218 0 number of persons oa hoard IMManiHumber 880 880number M MDumber
Dumber of lives lest X4 X4New 04 04New 0I 0Iew
New ew Hampshire llampsbireNssmber Number of v easels ve lost
3 toaaage 3S 3M < value of vessels Y4I8 and ear eargoes 81lloes eargoes
goes 7SCO Kt loss on vessers veaeltl all cargoes cargotse calg9ti cargoesddS
i ddS < < e number Blber of person oa board 14 ne nelives BeUvea sohives
lives lost lostMassachusetts lostXaeluaaettaNumher heatMassachusettaNamber
Massachusetts XaeluaaettaNumher Number ef vessels lost lest
85 8 tonnage 22914 lI value of vessels ans anse sod alMlealK sodeargoew
e ealK eargoew rg ttlC890 MC890 loss oa v TeeM veanehe sels sad car carKoes c csrgoes 1 1JCoea
goes 388404 SIII e number num r of persons on heard nl
832 83 number of lives IIv lost 151 151Totals 11Totals 121TotalsNumber
Totals TotalsNumber Number umber of vessels lost Jo 1SS ton tonnage tMIqe teesage
sage 47W8 value of vessels and cargoes ea ea1Mi2i5 cargoes1ddIi5
1663315 laos on vessels ad cargoes cargoesS34SC9 1 1SJoI 1S143
S34SC9 SJoI S143 nHffiber ot persons on board 141C 141Cnumber 1411DUIRDer 14 14number
number of lives lost 325 325A 3iciIIJontl
A 1 IMontlns IIJontl Itallrond Tunnel TniinclWhat TunnelFIOIII TunnelFrom
FIOIII the New York TiMeS TiMeSWtat TimesWhat
What may interest American engineers engineersis e
is the fact set that bat the Porte has a scheme schemeon tenHteOft schemeOs
on Os foot to tunaei under the BospbontB BospbontBThere B Bnlere Bosphorasrhere
There is aa enormous traffic between the thetwo tilet thetwo
two t 0 aisles of the Bospnorws Dosphor and th tile delay delaycaused tidaycauQd delaycaused
caused by the opening and shutting uttlll of tfci tfcibridge Ute Utebridge thebridge
bridge of boats boeta which forms sow the only onlyMeans olilyDleR6 onlymeans
Means ot communication eOlllmunl Uon is very Ter trouble troublesome tltHlWe80M treeWesome
some 80M A railroad company is now eon eonslructlRE eOllstructhu eonstrutting
strutting its lines on both sides but lIttle ItUlereal JlUlereal lIttlereal
real profit is expected until the lines nu can eanbe eaabe canbe
be connected Hitherto this has been iwr iwrslbie IM IMIOIIIIlble lenpossible
IOIIIIlble slbie as the existing bridges idg a are arescarcely areacartelr arescarcely
scarcely large IlIr e enough for the ordinary ordinarypassenger orlnrypasseDger ortlssarypassenger
passenger travel to say nothing of Ute tneconstant UteCOJStaal theconstant
constant interruption Tunneling 1uD eUng by the theordinary theordinary
ordinary way is not to be thoucnt th 1tt of as asthe Mthe 05the
the water is extremely deep with twenty twentyor
or r thirty feet of mud at the bottom Bn Bngineers 11 11lneers Wagineers
gineers lneers of this age are not to be lightly lightlybaffled lightlyburned
baffled however howeverTbe bowe howeverThe rer rerThe <
The chief engineer of Ute Porte Perteseated nag has ant suggested antgenies ¬
seated a means of solving eO1YIa Ute preMcm Ha Haproposes HeprOpoMS lielwop0000
proposes to suspend or float a tunntl u el at atabout atabottt
about thirtylve feet below tb the surface aur = of ofthe orthe ofthe
the water allowing aU wtnr uninterrupted tlMDteITlI ed passage passageto tUYIato passageto
to vssseis of the largest lar Nt tonnage Tfea TfeaGolden T TGoi4ku ThOGolden
Golden Horn has ba no t tick td Je The tunnel is ix to tobe tobe
be a wrought rouglil iron tab lube aboet ten feet in indiameter intKameler intEamster
diameter and 12M 1 feet long < The TII gradient gradientat
at each end eD would be fifty It would wooWweigh wouWwelgk wouldweigh
weigh about M4 41 tons maximum xiII weight weightof t
of any aD train 4M 4 08 tons concrete oucr 1i1 te and Mutes Mutesto 1aJ 1aJtOo
to overcome tile buoyancy of the tub tube 17M 17Mtons 1i81to 178dtoes
tons to water displacement 27W 7O tons Hold HsMing I1eh1Jng Holdlag
lag down chains of great strength Will witineutralise Willneutralize wiltneutralize
neutralize the upward strain when the train trainis Ira IraIs traitsIs
is net passing It Is reported that a lIsa Russian RHIn lIsastan ¬
stan n firm wilt furnish the structure What Whatthe Wkattbe Whatthe
the firm has received as a guarantee itt ittpayment f fpayment e ep >
payment p y e t is 1 not stated statedStill 6tate4SUU elates elatesStill
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