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This it cmranteed to the adrertircrs aolfrt rs it itwItcy f the thecu t tr
cu wItcy lry r by a bond ot 50000 in the he FWeMy and andIVparit ndpeMt
IVparit peMt Cotapanr Com IIf arylacd depodtcd dOfit l with tb tIN tINrtlMtH <
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Dy J K MASON I S I reWent Ir > reWentMONDAY itleltOXDAY
u4hhutOI1H flM1tl Ut0IIM IIUIIII ew Yen cnr cnrIl r
Il is to be observed with It11 cheerful aatU aatUfaction u11ifaeLlo tI tIf
faction f that as far as the city of Washing Washington hIDS hIDStOIl ¬
tOIl Is 1 concerned voncern d the last year of the cen century n nry ¬
tury ry Iii made Its 1 11 bow te e us with sunny sunnysmiles UDRT UDRTn
uiI smiles and iu all n the bright crisp heartiness heartinessof hrtl si siof
of ideal winter Seldom has IS it happeaeJ happeaeJhat l1aptltmeJkl ppeueJ ppeueJkut
hat the first rst day ot the year has dawned dawnedso tlawMtIUy
so royally Uy and comfortably seasonable MHORaWeew aeiao + iabe
2 ew w Year Day D r In America Is a apwnaant al
pwnaant l and ennobling institution espe especially peelfllty ¬
cially If people will 111 live up to Its old spirit spiritof aplritot apl t
of geedfeltewship lJO ttfeUeWl tlp and ad neighborly Re kborly kind kindness klndIII kiudails ¬
ness In M the days day of our fathers and andKraaxtfatbers andn
Kraaxtfatbers n It was the one day in the thevonr tber
vonr snr r uaoa tt poa which people e who had been es estraswad estn eeti
traswad tn ti aeed could meet each other and aadwp wake loakeMB wakewttkooat
MB wp without embarrassment 4IDbllrra Dt or loss Joe of dlg dlgatty
atty isM It was and nd
ought to be always alwnc a aday
day af eke e ty and am forgiveness and where whereBnah wbetwelt
welt a thing tWe < may IDa be necessary ry a day of 0110M
80 good d resolutions rh According to a popular popularfallacy popularr11ac popularfiIIaey
fallacy r11ac the tll Feast or RwolHtions is luat as assigned u uped ¬
at signed ped to the second of C January It should shouldwe MouldUe shouMbe
be we the first rat day of the year y r as it always alwaysItas alwaYItWed Iwaya Iwayaie
Itas ie been since Pope Joan Of course coursewhere eGUlBeW eourewhere
W where fte the ceremony y Is overlooked by bytaMue mis mistake ml mlthe ¬
take taMue the next day will do on the broad broadprinciple brOlMlMtIteIple brolpriecIple
principle that It is never too lateto teto mend mendWhit JMDdW1I11e mendWhIk
Whit W1I11e the New Year Day is a a festival Mtlvat of offamily orfaMltY olfamily
family reunion and jollity everywhere everywherethreuBhiwt lYerJltreUtr rverywheratkreuIUUwt
threuBhiwt Utr t the land it
is I particularly a ared arei arest
red letter occasion in I the National Capital Capitalwhure Ca Oupitalwheie ital italw
whure w all coed citizens and strangers at nock nockte II8ckUte
te 1 the White House year by year to totke offer offerthe o othe
the President of the United Stales and andhhi aDd1111I andbu
hhi wife wIf the compliments pJtJftlftts of the Mason Masonand MUOtIaJMI esaoeaud
and earnest wish wIska for or their health and andpmsaerlty alldJMBIIIIerity I IpU00peI1ty
pmsaerlty Indeed the New Xe Year tulle function tunelieu ¬
lieu 11 may be said Id to be tbe chief one of all allat aUat at I Int
at our Modem republican court Today it it4etrt ItJe Ii t tulsnsdd
Je be a meronibe enaWe one for Ute I1ftf I1ftfdeJ Iret4e
4etrt thr 4e t i lar returning th 1M greetings btp ef hU hUIves Iliatlte hl I Itilends
tilends aa the epreeuity bltlftS Ives ef f sinter sinteraccept Id8tecDOt r r3ldoaa
3ldoaa DOt only ala < accept their congrat congratMtetlasM eo eonrata ltlt ltltt
a MtetlasM on the t e fact that America Americapenee is at atpeace t tee
peace with all a maakiad kiM and Dd ea terms erms ef efeemjlal eC1aI t tlaI
eemjlal 1aI amity with every other bind 1ttI bat batthn hutwltbb ho hotb
thn tb within two t yean yei i our country atry has hasbeea hasable ha I Ibeit
beea able to break I out from frotalta from its eM chrysa chrysalis elllllalis ¬
11 lis of provincial segregation and assume assumeIU aaumIts IIW IIWIta
IU proper l place lace as a great Imperial world worldwer worldWer workwer
Wer wer and to be everywhere recognized recognizedas JeCOCDizedeIt I Ieek
as Bach without wttll vl even straining its It amica amicaMe aalllcaWe amleawe
We relatIon with any civilised power powerThe JIOfrThe powerThe
The year ISM will give the President aad aadMi au tl tlt t tdi
t Mi di advisers MV and nd the Congress a golden goldenenneriunlty golderop00rtnuty oIden oIden0ftIIIWt1lllitr
enneriunlty to place our national affairs affairsfa alflraJa aalnIi
fa enter eret for the undertaking of the new and andcrave ant 1ttI 1ttIJPTe I Igrave
crave duties Uea and responsibilities rnpo slb11it1es of the theTwentieth t tJweIlUetk thiTwentIeh
Twentieth Century Altogether the happy happyd haPPJclay happyis
d clay y is pregnant of promise for American Americanpeaee A erleaR erleaRee t tlUntee
peaee ee progress Ni And prosperity P ° ltftY And so sowe soWe sa S Swe
we are ar e well justified in predicting as well wellas wellwI wela
as a wishing wI fer President t and Mrs Mr MeKin MeKinley licKlaley eKla eKlaJe7
ley and for all other Americans and andfriends AdfrIetMtII aa L LfrIa
friends frIa ef America A Happy Uapp New ew Year YearThe Yearli
1 li CnI GUZ4M iriueiIliiga It ItTJut
9 The contention of Secretary Gages Gagesfrlonua Gatt Gattfriell Gage I I1j0g1
frlonua that whatever he has done la the thecourse tJtel tIn C CeaPe
course l of Ills relations a with the Na National Natinsel a aUoMt ¬
tinsel CIty Bank of New Ne York has hasbeea HtiwlUt ka h hbica
beea with the advice aad consent of Mr MrMeKlnley frolcJh r rcJlaIy
MeKlnley lcJh cJlaIy and the he Cabinet may be entirely entirelycorrect entirelyOMNet enUrel V VonereeL
correct If co then responsibility for fortransactions torlracUet to r
transactions 1 of t a character open to iuea iueatrm IUestIeR I Itleit °
tIeR lion oe not rest i eet entirely upon a the theshoulders tb S Sakowklera i
shoulders 1tIent of one man but is i to be divided dividedamong llvldetllg llyId I Iameag
among g several eral individuals of exalted of ofJfelal orAI ofieIaI
Jfelal position positionMr P IIItkHIII pooltionlz
Mr lz Gage Gsg has ha announced his JII willingness willingnessto illlagResto I Ito
to be investigated hvetUgat by Congress and RtI the thelatter theJaUer tIn C Clattar
latter should not waste Ute any time u la offer offering oWerlag offerInK ¬
lag him an opportunity to explain Ids bisconduct IdscOIMhtct hi U Ueeudnct
conduct We have no disposition di to pre prejitdge prejltlJ pro3041g
jltlJ jitdge him or any of his hi coparceners la the thedeal lkeIIMI th e edoni
deal If there has been a deal ad if there thereare thereare ther S Sare
are coparceners We e must say however howeverthat howevert howeverthot
that t at the ugliness of the
charges made in insome 1ftItOMe Ii a anie
some nie quarters unless tbe setae iern be condo conclusively conelulmy condoMvoIy ¬
sively and Rtl quickly disproved will proba probably probaly probelily ¬
lily ly constitute a a serious menace to the thepeace tileIHaee 1k e
peace of mind of the Administration It Itis Ils I t tIs
is true tub that what is I alleged as having been beendone beeRdeDe bee is isdone
done by one of the great executive tcpartmeats tepartmint tcpart 1cpartlReRta
meats mint 1 lit violent If not corrupt contraven contravention COAlraventkHt contrayentie ¬
tion tie of law is I
no worse wo than other ac action act actoae ¬
tion t toae previously committed by sister ter de department de deIl8r1Jt18nt d drtenta ¬
partment Il8r1Jt18nt rtenta The country has grown used usedte Iflledto uie d dto
to the subversion of both Constitution and andlaw an ntl ntlAW ii iiiw
law AW through the t e practices pracU of the party in inpower 1MJIOWftr I It Itpowir
power during the past three years and It Itwould Itevhl I It Itwoiald
would evhl be dKHcult therefore for fo anything anythingte anythin nrtblnKt8 fi fito
te happen pPeR la the nature of a public ito surprise au aupriM itoprint ¬
priM That pure and patriotic statesman statesmanJohn atateUIIIJon Ii IiJob
John Job J Ingalla IAPI Iagillwrlttng writing of Republican party partymethods part partMMUtods y ytboda
methods tboda and achievements says ys that ulf ulfthe If Ifthe Itthe
the Constitution stands across ae the path pathwhy MIlkwIlT pat b bU
U S why so much the worse ollle for the theConstitution th thCoItetltuUon a aConstitution
Constitution CoItetltuUonDIIt ConstitutionBat ConstitutionBut
But somebody y will have to account te tile tbeAmerican tileAMerica Lb a aAmerlcaii
American people for the astonishing aateltl M alablig llIjt trail traneactle trauaeUMt trailaetisit
actle aeUMt connected with the sale Ie of the old oldHew oldew I IXew
Hew ew York ttrk custom house hoea to the National NationalCity al alCit7 ii iiCItJ
City Bank As A statements la the metrepoil metrepoiltaa IDetrepoUtaa I Itan
taa press read On July 2 l IllS t the Oov Oovthree Qoyt QoveTilest
eTilest t II Id t the f property III qlHStloa ror rort fc e ethrte
three t Million 11I101I two hundred and sixtyfive sixtyfivetheasaMl abtybetJtnR1Ml e ethoiliad
theasaMl dollars The T e president prs of t6e t6ebank t1e1Iudc th 0 0bank
bank handed Secretary Secreta Cage a certified certifiedk d dehoek
ehoek k fer the amount allHMlRt amoun Ices k forty fort tbeu tbeuI tlHHtloIhrs I Ilang
lang I dollars kept back for a per nurThe IUrTN perPS
> The Tb check
PS was immediately re retwmwL re reUW r i itIsriS
twmwL UW tIsriS No money actually passed No NojBdney No1MJMIV N 0 0Iir
jBdney Iir resulting raulU from fro the sale was turned turnedIirto 4
Iirto 0 the Treasury in I accordance with the thetew tlte tlteTIte th Le Lelaw
law The National City Bank It is i said saidkept said ink I Iipt I
kept ipt the purchase purek price in IU vaults and andliae udIta an d
liae hart the free use U e of it over since Bee It is isaliCNed iaat I Isaikeed
aliCNed at that th t the t e National City Bank not notwithstanding notwUbIItu4lWC I Iwilbitaisdiag ¬
withstanding all this th has been charging chargingaa charglageeIktll I Iand
aa and eeU eeIktll colfr > ting g from the he Government rent rentfor rentfor rer It Itfor
for tb t rho fcujIfllBg hlltn g at the rate of four per ps cent centor ceBtor cci t tor
or about one hundred and thirty thlrt thousand thousandr thousandJ d
J r
dollar d ollire per perU perUannum annum aA i m Finally FJnall It hi saW that thattn that thattll
tn t kLuthny jlummy utiu y payment pafn parnont Ollt was Wai fciedB iI Incomplete Incompletein IB oraplete
tI tG in I n order that tko property pro pert for which the theGovernment the00810111est
Government G overnment regularly pays pfl rent could be becarried becarried
carried c on Its property list and the Na National a aUoltlll ¬
tional ti oHal City Bonk thereby horeb saved ved from pay paying Im ImIng P ° Y Yag ¬
l ing ag taxes to tho city of New ew York YorkRather Yorknker
Rather a serious state of nffalu a ITa Ii we weshould weshottld
should a say It Is to be rtynarked nnerked that It is isoae IiiORe
ORe o ne which h Ie I calling call1R down denunciations IleaunclaUonse
even e ven e from Republican organs o not usually usuallysqueamish uBual1yEweamteh
squeamish s about a t the legality or honesty hose tJ of ofthings ofthinKS
things t done by b or in the interest of o the Ad Administration d dmlnlatraUon ¬
ministration r and its it financial associate associateRvery aNOelatoeRnf
Rvery I leading journal in Chicago v Ith one oneexception OReexception
exception e Joins in the note of several eoeral in indignation Indl ¬
dignation dl d UJAUon and in short an Impression Imprea lon has hasbeen ha habettn
been b bM orn created which neither Mr HSHIM aM nor aorMr BOrMr
Mr M r MeKIntey UeKlnle will venture to tof ignore < IItHe Con Congress Conen ¬
en g gress reas certainly rtlllly will Ill have to take MIMe no notice notke ¬
tice t ic of the matter or members lRea1II will be beafraid berntW
afraid n rntW to face their constituents next sum summer URI URImer ¬
mer m ar It IB a bad bMflnces 1Mtrl and for tae rep reputation rellutallen ¬
u utation of the country we are ainceraljr ainceraljrsorry 1liDCet81 1liDCet81ry
s sorry ry that anything of the kind has hap happened lutltMtI hapined ¬
pened p ined MtI or could happen happenTbe happenOur
041 Our 1111111110 Xenr lnr Ireoliitr reftllI reftllITite
Tb Tbe compliments of the season culeo are due dueto dueto
to t o Messrs I AloeO Moat uttt Hoar Pwlltser Pullt r Secure SecureMason 5ellurzMHOft
Mason and 1Id Atkinson on the occasion of ofthe oCtbe
the t he iKtest I t evidence that their Tagal as associates ut ¬
sociates t are still able to strike a Wow Wowor lowDr
or o r at leant attempt eno 811018 In the holy IlOlycatcae
cause c sise of liberty mixed with trust sugar sugarIf tlUgalIe
If i f the noble eKort to dynamite the foreigneeaeuls f foreign relsDeottettltl celgn
eeaeuls c onsul in Manila while they were paying payinghonor PaylliC PaylliChonor
honor h onor to the dead cle d General Lawtons Lawton mem memory Juemory ¬
ory o r by following his hi body to the funeral funeralshin rlDemlblp funeralhlp
shin blp signally failed we must acknowledge alkne led ledthtlt
that t hat It Ii was not for the want of appropriate
spirit 8 s lrtt or preparation No o member of the thetIomelle
domestic e Filipino Junta not even Herr HerrMost Herrost
Most ost himself could have planned a revo revolutionary revolutionary ¬
lutionary I celebration with a finer regard regardfor rep regar4or 1 1for
for f or the unities or with ltH more coftacienttouB coftacienttouBattention CUMeleaU0t18attenUcm cuneclentlounttentlou
attention a to details detailsBeing tie tall tallDat
Being Dat fit our own part largely Iel imbued imbuedwith ItRHedwUk
with peaceful not to say y Quaker princi principles prtaelpies ¬
pies p lea we are glad that the prevost war warshal
shal a bel 1 discovered and discouraged the U plan planand p pnd
and a nd that t at the general maacre lIWcqC Intended by byour 111our byur
our o ur adored Tagal Washlngtons Wa lqtofts Lafayette Lafayetteand Lafaettuanti
and a nd Lincoln IIB otu did not occur according < ti tiprogramme t tprCJKraDuue
programme However as we know from fromtbe Cromtile
tile t he evidence gathered gt hoJred utd the large quan quantity ¬ I Itlty
tity t lty of explosive found on the premises premiseswhich JKtIIIIIwaI JKtIIIIIwawalck peemlaeewhich I
which were to be the fortaliees of the de destroyers deatroyera ¬
stroyers the foil fl 1I extent of oftlte the enterprise enterprisethe etlterprieI etlterpriethe I
the t he episode is i capable pable of ftC furnishing us u with withadequate withute withdequate
adequate a ute food for thought upon the kind kindand klJHlRRd
and a nd degree of devotion otloa and holy patriot patriotism palrlotI patriotain ¬
ism I SIll necessary to excite the admiration awl anilsympathy awltlly sodsympathy
I sympathy tlly of ear native naU philanthropists philanthropistswhen phUaat rup lta ltawileR
when a great and highly alibi virtuous virtuousand virtuoisand lrlvoilSDd
and Dd intelligent t tribe of Malay cut cutthroats eattbrollu ¬
throats appear app sIi to them tbe to remember how howexactly howesaeUy howexactly
exactly similar mllar were our own ow aspirations aspirationsmotions aspiratiOMmotkHNt aspirsUonomotions
motions and conduct when heA we too made madeour med medussr de deoUr
our battle fer w liberty against p the tyrannical tyrannicaland tl1IBDkal1Id
and 1Id Invading Cherokee Clternk Nation aUo and a d bled bledfor bledror L
for freedom fender the sainted aala Shays SMathit m mthe In Inthe
the whisky rebellion tbell < of that grand Mbera Mberator HItenJtor era
tor against a t an internal Jt aid infernal reM revenue reMDte ie ienec ¬
nue law a lawworse worse than t the stamp ta act lidpprlrlUa c and andapproximating andaoovimsti
aoovimsti approximating < the antitrust Utnr law in l despot despotic ¬
I ic oppression oppressionderstaad oppctotII oppeelitouHitherto
Hitherto w we aye been at t a J 1w t un undemand inderstan4t
demand the particular feature ef A pl AgvinaMoi pla ul ulnsMoa
nsMoa a mutiny tle which wl ek have so deeply af aftected AI2eeted oflected
tected aad 114 an powerfully excited dUd the ap
I proving ardor 8C mar Tneal al Senators lid lidUepre8CRtIYftl L
Ueprescntetlves and the t Monopolistic Ute and andanarchistic ad adaaareWlltte I
anarchistic associates on the t outside But Butevidently But ButeYkhttU Butevidently
eYkhttU evidently they have Jaave1nMtw known nown better than Are Ye Yeor yeor
or any American Aiaerle for that matter tter what whattheir wnttIKlr wholI
their separated brothers ia arms were we and andwere andwere I
were capable of Be and w wo < can understand understandnow I
now why wit they Ute have nave treated the alleged allegedrieetion aii II IIDC aed aedsuppeeiilo I
suppeeiilo DC Ute insurrection rieetion with eon eontempt OfttelDpt
tempt aid have continually COIt1l8111 I Ithat warned us usthat in inthat I
that the end was not yet Just as the at attempted attempt8 atmaore ¬
tempted massacre in I Mankt In nearly rl Tly a year yearago atw r
ago was w awaited in anxious aX suspense by Itythe b bthe P
the people e in this country who ha JauI eontrib eontributed eoIItrtbuted coutribcLot
uted means JMa and ad material terial to promote Its itsntteU in insuccess
success M it is I not to be doubted that the tneplot theplot
plot against the foreign consuls has Is been beenanything beennythlnK beeranything I
anything but a secret Me t to many It Filipino Filipinosympathisers Flltpt FlltptympaUrs Illipintaysnpathiaers
sympathisers in the Unted States Its Itsfnilure Its
fnilure will cast a gtoou 1eoL1 over net t mere merethan Mrethan S II
than a dezea nousehoids whose heads headsan I I Ioltt
ought to Tiew with ala alarm Ute prospect t DC DCa a aan I
an a increased importation l of Manila hemp hempSuspense ItftapSn4ll heapSslMIcne
Sn4ll Suspense ne ItcsrnnlliiK Uenrtllu SontU SouthAfricn SouthAfricnProM Africa AfricaProw
Prow the tone of our rtespatchea te from fromSouth tnMl1Soutll frooSouth I
South Africa today it is plain that the theNew UteYr Lbs LbsNew
New Ydar strikes Knglami with anything anythingbut anTtbblet
but 1 t a merry greeting On 0 ii tae surface the thesituation thealtlllaUtHI S
situation is what hat it was described in our ourmorning eMUmonthur ow owmorniaK r
morning edition but there is I a gloomy im impression impreMlon ¬
pression in I London that the War ar Office is iskeeping Sakeeping Ii I
keeping back bac bad news from roto two if not notfrom DotCrom n L
from three points The Tb fear is acute ellte taM tar tarthe I I
the Beer report of the latest sortie frets rromaf4klag
Mafeking only 17 tells partially rtlall the story of ofa o oa t
a sad slaughter s1u hter of gallant officers and men menand menaRd
and the UI Mea that Lord Edward Cecil Lord LordSalisburys lonlSaltburys LotsSalisburys 1 I
Salisburys son and Lard L nI Charles Caven CavendlshBcntinck Caveac1I
dlshBcntinck c1I BeotlllCk are among the slain grows growsapace KIOWIIpace I
apace pace There is apprehension also that thatthe thtlIM the thethe t
the account of Mentmorencys tmoreaea reconnois reconnoissaacc IeCORBOlsADCe
sauce beyond Dordrecht may y not disclose disclosethe dlsc10ltethe dineloisthe t
the whole truth of the affair affairAs affairA affairAs
As A to Ladyswlth it appears appoaraevidasst evident kJe t that thatthe thatlhe lb t tthe
the condition of the garrison is growing growinghourly rowhrhCHIrly rowIss rowIsshourly
hourly mere desperate notwithstanding notwithstandingreports BOtwitnRalMlIRfreport8 I Ireports
reports to the contrary The n1 Theoaaasnlty oaonaUy tty 11 11hellographed 11heHoraphed huts hutshehlographed
hellographed out by b Sir George White In Indicate ludlcate ¬
dicate only too certainly that the Boer fire fireis IreIs fir firIs C
is steadily growing indestructiveneas la By Byway Dyway B Bway
way of Pretoria a statement comes that thatthe lhatthe tha thathe
the British are blowing < up their heavy heavyguns lteRYYKUlllI hay r rguns
guns preparatory to a sinai final sortie en masse massebut maqebul masset
but t this story stor is not acceptable at present presentalthough reHot reHotallhourh
although it might possibly be true All Allauthorities AllauthortUes Al Alauthorities I
authorities agree that Sir Redvers Duller I3ulleris r ris
is i preparing for a movement and that It is islikely Islikely I S Slikely
likely to occur before the end of the week weekWe weekVe wpelWe
We Ve are bound to notice on the authority authorityof Rulhortt RulhorttoC I Ithe
of the despatches that his preliminary preliminaryroconiioltriRK IlrellRllnarJreeo1ljltrIR lirolitninarroconisoltriag
roconiioltriRK has ha been so far done In a ablundering abhmlterloll ablundering
blundering and Ineffective manner and andthis an nd ndlhl ti tithis
this lhl does not tend to encourage hopes for forhis fJrbill fi r rhIs
his success in an effort which hlcR will 111 require requireskill requireskill C Cskill
skill thorough organization or nlutiou and the most mostintelligent mo t tIntellbesl tintelligent
intelligent cooperation n between all com commanders tommanden conimandern ¬
manders and units quite as a much as the theof theI th e eP05101si0i
I P05101si0i of men eo and Dd guns Moreover the theTugela UleTugela Lb 0 0Tugels
Tugela River is in I heavy flood aDd that thatmay Hlalmay the themay
may delay dela the advance which daily Ihn Is com coming COIUI L Lhg ¬ I
IRK to be regarded as a forlorn hope for the thesuccor tlteMttor Lb C Csuccor
succor of Ladywalth LadywalthOne LIHI LadysmithOne lllDJth i I iI iOnc
One tsnr nr Settled Any Atnsi Atnsiwe nwn nwne v vWe >
We e are new B at the beginning inDIDg of the Jut Isstyear Jutyear mi it ityear
year of o the Nineteenth Century Ce tur and the thehosts thehoa Ui Uiho
hosts hoa ho of sin Satan Sat and ad false chronology chronologywho chroaol gy gywho r rwho
who declared that today toda we would be defi definitely definitely defiuttety ¬
nitely In the swim of the Twentieth Cen Century Century Cm Cmtury ¬
tury are an scattered routed and gone goneThe 1I000eThe goneThe
The Roman Church which has h been In InI Inexfsteoce I 0 0exintenco
I existence long g enough to know and a d has hassettled halltlled hi 5 5settled
settled tlled the same question every hundred hundredyears hunllredyears d dye
years ye since 8Ine the year A D iOU if not for forages roragea Ic Sr Srages
ages before has decided that the
next cen century century L Ltury ¬
tury will begin immediately after midnight midnightof Lt Ltot
of December Deeem r 31 31 l of this present pr HDt year yeargrace 881 of ofgrace oCgrace
grace and Presidential FrYlele Ual struggle Carallle CarallleFlsmmarion CluallleFlammlulon e eFlanimarion
Flsmmarion astronomer and litterateur is isatiH Isam i La LaMill
Mill Jh1ng Urine in the Nineteenth So ae wo wobut w wbut wcbut
but we do not lay too much strcsa res S upon uponthe uponthe upo 0 0the
the point because as Prof Moore of ofthis oCtblll f fthin
this city justly holds the eclipse eclipseI uclip c
I cf the moon which occurred on the night nigh t I I
Herod hl orod died is conclusive to hclusive evldoncs that thatwhen that thatwhen thathen
I when w hen one corned comosi omej down to deed cold fROt fROtlIlis fact factthis factis
this th is Is tho first month of hOt 1 6 which goes goesto
I I to show that President MeKlnley was a apromature
premature p romature birth by three years yearsBut onra onraDul
But then the there tilere Is Iso no reason why atTic atTectloo
tion Li on or orchronology Chronology ehronolo should sli uld weep over a lit IIltie
tie ti e thing like that Whether the present pesuntI
year y er ought properly o be labeled 1900 or orI
j I ISSMi 18 1 154 matters not There arc people hare hereI
I and a nd In other oth r countries who have not be
I gun g un to think of touching the threshold of ofthe ofthe
the t hu Nineteenth Century yet Senator Hoar Hoarfor lIoarfor
for f or example Is I still In the Colonial period periodot
of o f the Seventeenth and hardly up to the thelight he helIht
light l of his times at that His friend friendguiuaitlo rleBdMulnalc1o
Aguinaldo A guiuaitlo exists in the lh Paleolithic leoUtbic age agtwhatttver
whatever w Us It date was w wasperhaps perhaps about aboutSJSWO aboutDS8CO about2t000
SJSWO 2 B n C And then thu there Is his other othertrJeJHI
friend f Oom Paul who swears I ears that the theElQrth
earth e nrth is flat at sad that negroes Dee are without
souls s oul Wo o sbauld put him down as of oCalxmt
I about a bon1 A D 1492 if not of an earlier vint Inl Inlale
ale a he
The mutter of the cession of Denmarks DenmarksWest DenoluksW
West W taL Indian possessions JHHIIHU to to the United UnitedStates UnitedStatM Unitedtitet
States S St titet is again brought bro ht to public attention atteattonthrough attentionthroqh
through t a despatch from Copenhagen Copenhagenwhich Copenha en enwItkh
which w hich alleges tat a Danish representative representativeta
ta h i on his Iii way ay here to assist the movement movementFor moyementFor
For F or reason this particular story tery needs a agrain atJ8l
grain tJ8l g rain of salt lt on Us It tall It Is I isstntd stated that thatj thatamiry
j the t he emissarys name is Christmas which whichis whkbI
is probably a cable senders substitution IIUb for forSanta forS
I Santa S S anta ala Claus Cln Our frleIHI friend the King would wouldhardly woulflbardl
hardly h ardly send that tb < l character over here un unless ¬
I less I eM he meant to make us U a present of the
Islands 11100 l and put them in our etoeklns torihObvloualy
Obviously O it is I late In the season for such suchaction luchI
I action a ction But even If we have to pay we e eI
I ought o ught to take over St Thomas and partlcu artleuItly > articu
larly I Santa Crux Cru if only OBI to hear the howl howlof
I of o f horror that would go up from the New
England J F FIa1ttl rum districts districtsAgain dtltrlelfiAgain
Again we are compelled C to come around aroundto RnHlndto
to t o the conclusion ce that the > Boers do not notknov DOtJUto
knov JUto k uoi their business 1HteI For several Yentl days daysthey da datile
they tile t ave > been firing IrllI teils > leaded with withplum 1th
plum p lum pudding into Ladysmith and with withcomparatively withomparatively
I comparatively c little effect < This Tltl shows that thatKrugcrs thatKrUCfr
Krugcrs ordnance or mulCC officers o are as a bad tdtkoN as asthose a
those t of the British rltifil intelligence ee bureau bureauAs HreaA
As A s they are re supitowHl IMI to Know all about aboutthe abetatt
the t k latest est explosives they nave haTe been crimi criminally crilRlully crisnisHy ¬
nally a sHy negligent In not securing uri some of the thered tbeJd
red Jd r rl d canisters loaded with Algerite in pulp pulpform pulpfctnll
form l ena such as Mew up p Willie hlle the Alfeer Re Relief Reller ¬
lief I lef Commission wa wUo ia session About Aboutthree Aboutthree
three t shells of this destructive trcthe would com compel COIIIpel ¬
pel Whites surrender rre We judge so be because bece ¬
cause ce the principal mortality in the Span Spanish Speolab ¬
lab t ab war was caused t It by y the same explosive explosiveIlngland exploalftEqlantl
Ilngland has not aotltcaftaW hesitated t letse sets e a Ocr German CeriteaJU ¬
man S iteaJU ideasuahip teaw lalp ip loaded with ltJa oMcers ocers and andwen alldJMft
wen for the Boer ot r Army Arlll Now we snail snailhave II IIhue
have another chance to see how far f the re rehare reports
ports or aa AncJoGentuut nndeztanduug 1 1aft
hare been correct As a matter Uft olj of fact raet it itIs ItI
Is I s rather improbable that the tll Kaiser would wouldtlve would8teatly wouldbe
be greatly pleased to have Id his HWkra ac active acive
tlve t in puiHna pulH hIu4 the Unas nIretIdl Kronen Chestnuts Chestnutsout elteMnahoat
out ot the Are ri to his and his Ia ally nhiya detri detriment dUrlMeIIt ¬
meat ia Sooth Africa AfricaTae AfrteaThe AfricaThe
The approaching pproae retirement of Maj lea JeftWnley e eWesley
Wesley MerHtt Me iU is likely te teH be followed by byan It ItIttddettl
an Incident watea aka wIU be greatly etly etlyI deplored deploredby s4e4ord
I by a great reRt majority of the American pee people ¬
I pie J id It will give tae Administration AtIl 1atraUolI 1atraUolII i ichance a
I chance to reward Otis who is senior brig brigadier hI1cI ¬
I idler general for his a service nice to the In Influence 1 1i ¬
fluence that made and IMI hats ha maintained taiIted taiItedII him
II a 5 TovemorQeneral of the Philippines to totut
I tut ha continual disgust dl of the American Americanpress
I press and public But it must be said Jd for forOtis lorOtl forOtIs
Otis Otl that willie he has been a failure inall laali in
all ali other rasp rta sets he has properly carried carriedout carriNoat
out the programme prepared for him ht In InWashington IIIWtott
Washington on the occasion of a conference conferenceat
at t the White House to which many wore woreor JROreee
or leas covert allusions have been beenI made madein madevarious
j I in various newspapers pera The nomination ROII tloa of ofOtis ofOtis
i Otis 00 aa a major general I will wi probably lead leadta leadto leadto
to a discussion of things hitherto kept un under iidcc a aI ¬
I tier the rose which may be as interesting interestingte
te the Administration Adla ltratkMa as they tke surely will willbe willthe
be te the public publicNow pwblteo publicNow
Now o that the District D Health Deparlment Deparlmentwas
Jaaa was succeeded in savins savieg ria the Capital from froman r raa froman
an epidemic of hytfronhsbia Itlr by conifclHng conifclHngthe cosspeBagthe KD KDtlte
the thousands U of intelligent Iat IKt dogs of the city cityte cityt cityto
te wear musslea minuet ia midwinter It8l it might mightprofitably BII BIIprottably mightprofitably
profitably turn its attention aUett oa to the matter matterof matterOf Ue UeoC
of sanitary uul t milk Uk tickets which was sug suggested lAICKellted suggested ¬
gested some time ago It is saW 141 and ap apparently apparettUy appareatly ¬
parently not without good reason that the thepaOebeard thepefoteltMnl thepaMebeerd
paOebeard milk ticket passed from house household housej
hold j to household gathering grease and anddirt awldirt 1Id 1Iddirt
I dirt if not the germs of disease has ha all allthe ant1te nilthe
the qualities necessary eee to make ak4 of it a airime AriHM a airisne
irime breeder of o contagion kMI These e ticket tfeketain UsikeIin
I in many y instances I are red and green greenHd grPeRI greenud
I Hd the coloring matter used in I is thus tA this or ornamenting orI ¬
namenting JUu entlng them is very likely 1ik y to be of a amore Iimore a amore S
more or r less poisonous sotious character Thought Thoughtless Th urh1 urh1le ¬
less a domestics tl iMe 1cs put them In the bottles and andother ADdolher ant antotlier I
other receptacles used for the milk and andoftentimes aRtortellthnca andoftenthoes
oftentimes they freeze reese to the bottom bottomtheueslislscwhlch of ofUtesetlishes ofthtlleUahft
Utesetlishes theueslislscwhlch which frequently contain inois inoisture moisture metstore
ture law leaving the coloring matter Iter on onthe OIlUle os osthe
the bottom Perhaps this poisonous color coloring colrlag ¬
lag matter is removed before the lacteal lactealfluid laclOwld Incusfluid i
fluid is poured into the bottle or pail per perhaps rtrbalHS ¬
haps it is i Li not At any DY rate rat > it is certain certainthat certainthal certairthat I
that some method can be devised to pre prevent IreVORl jrevent ¬
vent the distribution of soiled and colored coloredtickets oolonJtickets rolor t ttickets
tickets thus removing a pregnant source sourceof 8Hrceor S Sof
of danger It is a glaring inconsistency Incon l teRcy to toallow toallow 0 i iallow
allow tho unsanitary milk ticket to exist existwhen exietwhen exl L Lwhen
when such rigid precautions are taken iu iuother inother it t tother
other directions directionsTwo directions1WO directIonsy
Two y Kinds of American AVIicnl AVIicnlfrom Vlien VlienFrom ent entttC
from Mt HcClurc cC1I1 < Magsainc MagsaincTh eleat hlsgsjineIi
Th Ii wncat leat crown rowR in the United UHit States Stul h of oftw nltw si silv
tw general lMfa1 klaus ki Use is the aMfatWonH aMfatWonHpiumpkcritol oW1atttioteeotI eldIaMskrsespimpkerol
I piumpkcritol winter wheat grown through all n the theCentral theC lbs lbsCratnil
Central C ntral and Southern States anti the other aiMI ia iathe i ithe
I the hard spring If < wheat wltlatt wisestthe the U Scotch trit Fife F1r awl the theItlHe theHIlle S SIIlsw
ItlHe Stem ot JliwwiOta and the two Dakota Dakotafar DakotasflM a afor
far many purposes pu Jhr Ief beat bc wheat Brown 100 in the theworM theW tie tieworld
worM ana tm the kind that has Made de the fame fa of ofMimwaiKdw 0buH8toOlltl ii iilIinuepolIs
MimwaiKdw Hour For the seaion of f tf 1 irAt M the 10 10duct 1 leej
duct j ot the t hard or spring IIX rsg wheat bNt sevtiom of the thecountry thetrr tie S Scountry
country trr will amount to upward of q 246000eM 246000eMbmtnla oo fIM fIMbI I IbuiheIs
bmtnla about bet twoMths tIft of the M entire e tire production productionot S Sof
of the United State StateA stas11C1nnment StatesSlssnuntent
A Monument for lletsy lIct KOMH KOMHPraia nOItHFrota itosiPmsst
Praia the Army sari Navy XU Journall1It Journal JournalThe JournalThe
The American Flag Hoaae 11 and Bet Beta jr flats flatsMemorial n ntmtOrial a
Memorial Association baa ia twelve month UIII l ly lytbe 1s 1sthe > y yraised
the k or 10ernt ctftt eft1 certilcates ikatN 01 mensiseesaip mensiseesaipfused P PlIIleetl
raised 1S30 13230 toward the fund for the utircha macchin macchinand e eand
i and preservation = of th the birthplace pI of Old olilr olilri Glory Gloryand Ciec Ciecsad
I and the erection of a suitable I I national 1 memorial rumorS rumorSin i
ia bosom nobor of Betsy et y Ilomt n Upon the roll of honor honorthe hoIJortlte C Cthe
the name of SeOOOO ooe propte have lwe We recorded tkotI tkotIJH4Ntn aa aawembets a a ateerebmi
wembets JH4Ntn of this association Twenty ThlRtyI Twentyirs Hie thou thtmMM thottnl thoumid
MM nl dollars tIoI in I the total earn required iftd The a aaociatioa 1M 1Meocloti aUneistios
aociatioa eocloti baa accurf red the legal al right JJ1 JJ1ttiubte to erect 1 tissitaWe
ttiubte taeauateat taeauateatin over the grave ef lIet llety n 1km C
in I Moaat Uoriah Cemetery H PMfefeipMaT lhI lhIt hwn he 5
her t doceodaMta lIt who k heW M the seed to th the t faHlAJ faHlAJChlnn fsmfl fsmflClalaanka t Or OrChi
Chlnn Clalaanka Chi tin loiifr Bridge IlrliltreFrom I1rld I1rldFnIIR BridgeFrom
From the KewcaMIe Newca t IKtg tEKJ Chronicle ChronicleTl ctJmDlc ctJmDlcTbe ObrimicleThm
Tl Tbe e longest bridge e in the Morld Mid ip It ie re recorded Fe FeCOf recorded ¬
COf corded the Uoa IJ Ikidge near 1 Sanganc In I Cbina
It l rxtvtMM lXt five and onequarter mites over an are areof are arer
r of ° the YcUew YeIM Sea and in i aopported 1dJP pappo by ass 108i huge hugestone hug C Citoec
i stone onto The ruadway fa seventy Ifnnt feet f above abovethe slsoi C
I the watir aur and ell is enclosed in an iron network A ABMtble Ai t
i BMtble Bl ble lion lioD twentyone feet long rente en the thecrown tbeCIOWa lb e ecrown
crown of each rillar pillar The bridge was as built Ut at a t
the command of a the Emperor E 6r Keing Rl 1JC Long LongKnglumls LottrEnglunll1 Longitnglanals
Knglumls KnoriuoCH DeLl DcJitFww DC DeLlFront lt ltFNM
Front lire St Louis GtofecDwwcraL GtofecDwwcraLHsgtand8 GloIJcDffftfipatJ CIotieDenwgmat1Iasds
Hsgtand8 J natIonal debt wilt probably J IHS in inerewted Is Isresased
erewted JI 1IM ise0iteit M M by bi the war with the Hew
The debt at present t U natty r rthe S GO0OQOOOO 0 000000 n nthe athe
the year Nr ISIS gA it wa WH 4500003800 SJno SInCe IffiS I Ute tlwrnhictioii lb C Crestasetlous
rnhictioii has Itrcti I 640000000 840000000 If the Hritiib Urlt b bI iswin
I win in the Sls he cold mme min will eilL furnish an indemnity t
tH tHIn pI pIIn
In KtntiieUy By the return to Wash Washington ash ¬
i ington in gton of several r iertocrati emocratlc rrocratl leaders who whowere Whowere whoore
were Y ore supposed to be spending their holiday holidayIn hoUda hoUdaIn
I In tholr respective r rOitiYe icUve Status statui it develops that thatthere thalthere
t there th ere has bsenoa big Influx In l1x of prominent prominentparty promlnenlparty
1 party pa rty exponents to Kentucky Kentu k during the thepast Utepast
past pa st week The purpose of course e was wasto wa wato
t to straighten iout tho threatening entan entanglement ontanglement ¬
I glement gl omesit caused 011 b what has ha INC succinctly INCclnctly ¬
cinctly ci nctiy becoraa beconteJtnown known as Goebeliara Two Twoioue TwolIo Twoouse
ioue lIo h ouse Democrats were met at the Rigs RigsHotel RlggcHotel
I Hotel otel last night by a Time Tim representative representativeon
on their arrival from Kentucky I oBtuek Neither NltherIh
1 live Ih li ves In the Stau each stated frankly that thathJ
t he h e bad gone to the Blue Grass Common Commonwc
wealth wc w altb > at the request of Chairman Jones Jooesand
2 and a nd other members of the Democratic Na NAtional
t ti tional onal Committee and both asked a ketl that no nomention 00montlon
i mention m mLu ention be made of their visit IU to Ken Kentucky Kenluck ¬
t tucky luck Lu cky Why they made tho unusual unused re request reql1 ¬
f quest ql1 qu est was made plain by their revelations revelationsas reOlatlonSas
as as a M to the delicate political situation in inKentucky InKentucky
Kentucky K entucky They went there in the inter interost Interost
ost ee L of peace which they tho interpreted be 00I bere
I fore o re they left Washington to mean the theseating the1188tlBg
seating of Goebel They loft the State Statethoroughly StateI
I thoroughly thor8u th oroughly l1ly convinced that peace IB the theparty theI
I pt party p arry on any terms of compromise be between btaI ¬
I tween t ween warring factions is out of the ques question quealIou ¬
tion ti ols Neither elthor side they say will ill m yield a atithe aI
I tithe ti the of its contention The split is re regarded regarded ¬
garded g arded as permanent It will result r lt in ingiving Ingl101
giving g iving > the electoral vote ote of Kentucky Ientuek to tothe tothe tohe
the t tt he Republicans next year ear More than thanthat thanthat
that that t hat it will send seD two delegations to the thenext
next n ext Democratic National Convention Conventionneither ConVe tlOIi tlOIiI
I neither n one of which can be depended upon uponto uponto
to vote for Bryan unless the Nebraskans Xebraskaasfriends ebMlkaR ebMlkaRCrluutl8
friends fr iends openly take aides in the contest contestand coat IM IMand
and a nd win the fight before the credentials credentialscommittee credcutlalseommlttee credentialsommittee
committee c cb The antlGoebel people have havebeen havebeeR
been b een entirely alienated alle ated from Bryan by hiss bissupposed hissupposed
supposed s connection with the National NationalCommittees XaUo al alCommittee
Committees C efforts to coat Geebel and andthe andhe
the t he Goebelites it t is I said are infuriated infuriatedat I
at a t the Nebraskan because he has Ignored Ignoredtheir Igaoredthcir
ta their t appeal to visit h t Fraakfort tills Uti week weekand weeka
and a tf nd use ee his ku Influence on the legislature legislaturefor
for f or Goebel So Colonel Bryan is thus pIne placed Ilacr ¬
r ed 55 4 between two fires which other leaders leadersof Ieraor
of o f the party very orJ frankly declare they theywant t1w1Iat
want w tat to avoid Hence the secrecy reer of the theRepresentatives tNRepro
Representatives Repro R atUve8 mentioned mentionedTim etl etln
Tim n Mil Inxct set Hiieiito IIIIICllttAceonIIRg According te II HII IIU
II I L ChlMers assistant corporation coma counsel a aaft ¬
aft s et of New e York who JJO Is I at Chamberilns Chamberilnsthe CIIaberllnthe
the t he 3taaet Mas Ht Committee has been itretle practically ItraetlnllydlsbUHled practicallyuibasidesi lly llydistended
distended si by order of Senator PiaU PiaUPoor PiaUuPoor
uPoor Poor Maset laMthI saM Mr Chllders this thismorning tltlsmorning
m morning orning ow catching it hot and heavy heavyfrom Ilea IleaflOlR
from f ront all slues lid Plait and 1It the State or organiiatkm er erxanlutloD
ganiiatkm g have gone e back oa him and all allof
of o f the snail 11 fry Republican RWIea leaders are arebasin arebusing
busing a basin him for having started the inrrs inrrstigatlon lave lavetl
tigatlon tl t uo The committee will of coarse coarsemake eoctrHmake
make some kind of report to the legisla legislature JePsIature
ture t ure at t Albany but the Platt machine will willsee willto
see s ee to it that the report is smothered Gov Governor no noeraor 0evrnoi ¬
ernor e rnoi Roosevelt will assist t In the moth mothering EIIIOtIterta ¬
ering e ting operation The Investigation was wasmade a alItde
made a rade a rearing reubt farce by b Maiet and bis hi eel eelleagues 81 81aM
leagues l eagues and instead of weakening weaknla Tam Tammany T TRUta Tourmany ¬
many RUta It bag strengthened stD Ktbe etl our organization organisationIt or niutlon niutlonIt
It i t has 1 also done the party much good in inthe IIItJte ishe
the t he upState > counties and I feet absolutely absolutelycertain atolutelyeerta1ft ahiolsttetyertain
certain c that New Yorks big bI electoral vote votewill voWwill volewiil
will be Democratic next xt November Novemberfirr Novemberta ovemberN
ta N to 0 rtnrn I trehrThe firr The report reportthat port porttut
that t hat General Wheeler baa asked to be given givena pYeilM givennew
a new M command in the Philippine has hasagain IIuapl
apl a again started BtJutedtalk talk ef declaring tl bis 11 sent t in inthe fathe
the t he House e vacant at an early Mrl day so Ms Msr Idar
i stecomer r may r be elected It is claimed that thatGeneral tJaatGeneral Ihateneral
General G eneral Wheeler has been treated with ex extccme extrellle cxrCSle
tccme t rCSle leniency Je e by the House because of ofthe orUe
the t he persistent DtUOU assertions of his defenders defendersthai deCftldentlta1 defendershat
thai t hat he Intended t telMled soon to resign front reea the thearmy Utearmy
army a rmy before presenting tlng himself at the bar barof bIIroC
of o f the e lieajse J t so be sworn swum In I Rut Ikttt HOW HOWthat
that t t it seems s probable be wishes wJa fS to remain remainIndefinitely reaatatnddllitefr remainndefinitely
Indefinitely I on the Bring line In the Phil Philippines iUIppines ¬
ippines i early action against Mm In the thelikely thpHcMNIe
HcMNIe tIeeIII likely It is saW hi that imme immediately IIfUII IIfUIIdialely iwussuciately ¬
diately d da after Congress reassembles mbln Riper Reprcaentntive RfPnlIttle Riperentstive
aentntive a lIttle Bailey of Texas Tt > xu will raise ral the thequest lieqtIft1
quest q uces on about bout General Wheelers lIetler8 seat lINtthat aid an4that
that t hat as seen as the necessary fermaliUes fermaliUescan
can c an be complied with the Alabamians AlabamUnsseat Alabamianseat laltallllaa laltallllaaMItt
seat s eat will 11I be declared vacant vacantThe neatShe yacasLllie
The itolieitM Hoh > 1 tit Kiclil PSghlThi tTlle The announce announcement aIlOUDeelDeat ¬
meat from his hi borne In Indiana that Rep Representative It Itre Repreoesstotive ¬
resentative re < Mien a Democratic member memberof
of the spr in committee in charge c of the theRoberts t tRowrts
Roberts Investigation IDYestI hoR intends to vote in infavor I Ivor Isfavor
favor vor of the Mormon being sworn in laca has hascaused he heaused
caused ca c surprise in Washington u lton It is gen generallv jI4Itenlh
erallv interpreted as signifying that Mr MrMiers MrMicra r rlers
Miers lers constituents have given hint hi to un understand UDtIead Un4erstad ¬
derstand that the te disapprove on coaetita coaetitarial Itu Itut
t rial al grounds rounds the action of the House in inignoring ktiKlorinli I Iig4ortng L
ignoring the Utah members HmbPr credentials credentialsMr rr credentialsMr atlal
Mr Miers Uera does not Indicate in his an announcement anseuneetnent 11 11IIOIIDeemenl ¬
nouncement now how he intends finally lIy to vote voteon vote04t
on the question of Roberta retaining his bisseat his848t bliseat
seat should the House conclude lO lud4 to flrst flrstswear 1l8tawer Atsiswear
swear him in and then expel him Friends Friendsof Irteadsor I Ior
or the Indianaa IDdl oan however say y that he hewill II IIwill hr hrwill
will vote Yflt for final expulsion if the sipper opportunity 9PfIOt1lnit sippertuuity ¬
tunity t1lnit la afforded for this tit exercise rot the theHomes the1l0UM i ihouse
Homes house constitutional privilege Still the thefact tb tbfact tbs a afact
fact that Mr Miers Ien la quoted aa saying sayingthat eayiu eayiuthit Ililt
that bat he does sloe not believe Roberts is ipiilty ipiiltyif qvllt qvlltif Ilty Iltyf
if f polygamy is retarded as a evidence that thatthe lhatthe liralthe
the Indiana member is strongly stroa I inclined inclinedtoward IntJIDedtord I Itoward
toward the Utah man en the tii general mer merit htlrIt inevIts ¬
It it of the case II It te I stated that the th whole wholesubject wbol4suwect c csubject
subject will 111 be carefully rerully considered by h the theDemocratic tliIHMoeraUe Lbs S SDemocratic
Democratic caucus which Representative RepresentativeRhea RtlMeslItltlveIthN S SRites
Rhea of Kentucky is trying to have heM heMa I Ia
a aa early date dateirosvcuor tlaetrucuur dateI
irosvcuor I ronvetisar loMin Jroumi orountlRepre orountlRepreBel1tatlve roii nslRepre nslReprenentative Repre Representative ¬
sentative Grosveoor G eoor of Ohio will not be a adelegate adelegate s I Idelegate
delegate from the Stateatlarge to the theforthcoming Utlforthcoming this 9 9forthcoming
forthcoming Republican National atloDal Conven Convention CODYeDlion Coavenlion ¬
lion This Thl statement was made last night nightby Dlgktby L Lby
by a personal friend of the Ohio Congress Congressman C Cman Congressman ¬
man to a Times reporter Neither will willMr wi wiMr m mIr
Mr Ir Groevenor make the rase rt for district districtdelegate dl trJct trJctd t tdlegate
delegate d legate In the language of Mr Grosve Grosvenors Groeyenors Oroyonors
nors friends the Representative from the theAthens th thAtheolS tIn r rAthens
Athens district will have his hands full fullfighting Cullfightln ful I Ilighting
fighting for a renomination to Congress Congressnext Cou rea reanaxt a anoit
next summer If Representative Dick Dickwould Dickwould Die C Cwould
would step aside there would ou1c1 be no ques question question quesLion ¬
tion about Grosvenors election as delegate delegateto 0 0to
to the National atlonal Convention from the State Stateat Stateat a aat
at large but this Dick will not do and andhence anelhence ant anthence
hence Mr Grosvenor must remain at home homeThe hom homThe houndThe
The four delegates from the State at largo largowill largowill I Iwill
will be Foraker oraker Hanna Nash 1l8h and Dick DickFor DickItor
For the past P two Congresses Cn greaaes Grosveoor Grosveoorhas GroscftUrhas r rhas
has had quite a fight to secure his renoiui renoiuination renomInation renomtnation
nation and anllthls this time the prospects for his bisrenominatlon hisrenominatIon hi C Crenomination
renominatIon ar < darker than ever His Hiscounty Illscounty liii C Ccounty
county organization otgnnlzatlon Is In the hands of his bisenemies hisenemlesmll hli C Cenemies
enemies enemlesmll and the word has gone forth that thata thn thna
a younger Oun cr man man must represent the district districtin districin
in the ihe Fiftyseventh Fltt evcnth Congress The TheAthens TheAthcns TIn TInAthens
Athens district is composed largely of ofminers ofminers o f fmIners
miners and the head of the miners mine organ organization organization organization ¬
ization is said to be ambitious to come cometo cometo com a ato
to Congress It Is this state of affairs that thathas thalhaa thu thuhas
has caused cau ed Grosvenor Gro venor to so soon look after afterhis afterhltii afte r rhis
his fences and refrain fntln from from making makia the thefight tbefight Lb It Itfight
fight for cither delegateatlarge or dis district district dl dltrict ¬
trict delegate to the Republican National NationalConvention NattoaalCouvcntion I IConventlbn
Convention CouvcntionThe ConventlbnTue
The Latest Snake Story StoryFium tor torPIV
Flora PIV the MewphiA f Scimitar ScimitarOne ScilttltarOM Scimitaro
One o shy yl8ilt IsK 15 week Mr Ir Berry and ml Miss 1 Oaldtrell Oaldtrellof WIf JI
of Sioux City his nicer were rtrolliwr 1IU01Ii atoup a the therfvrr tilettt lb r rrlvrr
rfvrr bottom ttt east of the hows through a beautiful beautifulMtNnI lJ8uttruitlt1
MtNnI tlt1 grow gTov IP when all 11 at once they disco clbcofftd si1acoreel v vered 0
reel by the wanrinc whirr of hundreds of ofhorny ofII o t thorsy
horny II tails that they were in the Kidt itkt of ofeoflgrees a aef acossittees
eoflgrees ef rattlewmke s that Eeerecd to te 1 t tIfIIIitJR ia ialMHtn i U Uim4on
IfIIIitJR 11II a afttce of the whole for fXffUtin C
lMHtn buwi boiolneti Mi Mr Ir limy happened q5O555J to have Jta II IIia aped spadin a
in kic hi band 1Id and nd with it laid about Mm rig rigBroMiy ii iiurosssiy i iJitht
BroMiy right and ntI left II 1li Mien CaUwdt aa assipte itet itetwith ii iiwith
with a dub Vban the battle was over ov < they theycounted UI UIeoutecl thecounted
counted 258 dead rottleirabeg and teV hII hIIW M many nses I
Mae racers A great manr many M at the snakes had hadac ha al alas
ac W high a as elflven n ndilJari11 rattles They were = aa entries eitraorrily entriesdisarily
dilJari11 rily vicioca M and instead of attempting atPti g to tope tAlpe 0 0pe
pe came savagely s IT at the intruders and fought foughtdGgg IoIItghtdoclIHy iomgls iomglsdoggedly
dGgg doggedly < div until the hx Met os OM ras 1 cxtermiaated cxtermiaatedTbe en enTbe ealeraslatedThe
Tbe raitlfs rattl l which will Ml an a erdmary ei cigs cigsbest
box 1 they cut off and priae very highly M MHwatM a me met I Iissetsi
HwatM t of an exceedingly e1 nlly prrilou isus potiifon potiifonUnery P lltlottCluer podiloitLuery
Unery UneryFrom Cluer CluerF LueryFri
F From Fri the PalmiSt I nhlttt HershL HershL1iy II IleraltlVby e J4
lVby 1iy Klio should M a skip suluidy Sf r bill be naaafd peers wi WHet WHetC1J wee en enevery a acrtel
every C1J nbipbuiidkqt tiipiiull ipbuJldiJtl < i ff yard nJ In the country en beta betalire boUIte hot Is Isthe
lire Atlantic anti the t Partite c omits ts i it eve eiefwhelrned evewbslmed 8 8W
whelrned W fllUfd with comnrfesions comtnt slona for new vIe The Themen Tilenun Tl IC ICmen
men wise 110 are having these vessels v k built are not notexpecting notrx in at atexpecting
rx expecting lin subsidies
The T ire NclirnsUnii to Ilir nt time he CiiiCNt oC O OII OII 0Ii
II I Ilcliiionl IlcliiionlNEW 11lluanntEW
NEW = EW YORK Jan 1 1If18r Oliver II P Del Delmoat
mont m ont is arranging for a dinner at the theDemocratic IkrDemocratic
Democratic D emocratic Club at t which William Jen Jellnluga Jenings
nlngs fl ings Bryan is to be the chief guest K It Itwill Itill
will w ill not be a club affair but simply a din dinner dluner dinor ¬
ner n or given at the club by a member JR mber Sir SirBryan JIrDryau
Bryan B ryan is expected expected to reach the city on onJanuary tHIJanuary
January J anuary 15 15There IiThere I IThere
There are re a great man many members of the theclub thecluh Lb
club cl ub who are gold 14 Democrats and nearly Marlyeverr JMrIYnlT
everr e very one of them voted against Bryan DIT ia iaISM j
ISM 1 S4 While they cannot object to t Air Ir l lBryans
Bryans lI rysas presence pr eD at the club as the guest guestof guestf t tor II
of o f a member leut tK they would probably pr find findi IDdtault flailault
i fault f If It were sought to turn the private privateJinner I
Jinner JID J er to him into a club affair affairOther affairOther
Other friends of Mr Bryan are re prepar preparing Ireptlrlag ¬ t
lag la g to give him a great reception when be he hereaches herEltlcbea
reaches r the city There haa been some IIO talk talkoC i iof
of o f arranging arraogl for a deuMHiitraUon IB his j
honor h onor In f a Madison Square Garden R but eo eofar
far f ar his preposition PMitfOH has hR not assumed deft deftnitc deaBite
Bite a lto shape flpeTile I
Tile Chicago Ch lto platform Democrats who whoare
are a re opposed to sidetracking the free silver silverissue
issue isAe i may 1IHt organise a separate aepara reception reeeptloror t I
for f or Mr Bryan They The are now organizing organizingUtrou
throughout Utrou t lt ut the State for the purpose of I
sending s a delegation to the National Con
veation v They Tbe will contest co test the rights of oCthe ofhe
the t he Democratic machine hlne delegation from fromNew fromNew
New N ew York having hctvt8 seats in the convention conventionAfter c nveoUoftAtt
After Att leaving New York Mr Bryan Dry will willIDIIke
IDIIke m eke a tour oC the New England mates matesIt
It I t IA said that the Democrats of Massachu Massachusetts Mchutts ¬
setts s eRn tts who recognize him as the t e national nationalleader aaUOHtJ
leader J and a tl next nominee for President Pre2f eDt In Intend intellfttn inend ¬
tend tellfttn t to give Ive him a royal welcome weJeo in lisa lisaton Iitou leesoss
ton tonBRYANT touI t oss
ItfMiKiintloti 1tI i llnUuu of NehrnnknM IiiKiirnncc Iurnuereed IieiarsioeC IiiKiirnnccouiiiiiixloncr
C ouiiiiiixloncr saliseisaiser tgreed Kree reed < l li trOIi trOIiII tijiisLINCOLN ti tiLINCOLN
LINCOLN II COLN Neb Jan L LTlte The chaotic I
state s which the admlnlatration ad llBlatraUott of Ne N Nrnskn e ei ebra8ka
breska li rnskn Insurance affairs has been in flU levsix flUJlNHttha leeix
six s ix Months or more Is at an end Re Recently Re ¬
cently t nUy the Supreme Court heM that the tbenew thepow theow
new n ow Weaver Myer Insurance law was uneonstl uneonstltuUornl ulle8DatlitoltioHI
tuUornl t the effect being te relieve In Inrarance IBauraRee inuranee
rarance s sb Commissioner Ilryant appointed appointedby appointedthe
by b the Governor GOerB Jr < under the new law la from fromthe fremthe
the t he care of th the ottc oll occ This wan wa a victory Tletor Tletorror
for l ot State Auditor Core C Co who was w still stillmalntalnina stilimalniq
mu m malntalnina a rival insura lnsuraie > e department departmentunder departJftetltbDder
under u nder the oM law lawA lawA lawA
A compromise CCMDpro iIIe has now DI been effected effectedwhereby i
hereby w the t auditor agrees agr te I allow the theclaims theclaim I
claims c for salary lary of Commissions Bryant Bryantand
and a nd his assistants ta tile commtsBioaer er In Inturn IDturn I
ta turn t urn pledging to make no effort te secure securea MeU
a rehearing of the case before tilt Supreme SupremeCourt
Court CourtThe CourtTile C ourt
The Attorney Attolll General has decided that thattbe iltatt
tbe t e funds appropriated by the Legislature Legislatureare l ePMtttreare
are a re available foam use by Ute auditor t a aadministering aatlll
administering atlll a lll riq mmrance iuanrance rallee affairs 1 the tileM same sameas
as a s by Commissioner Bryant under the tbeWeaver theWyt theWeaves
Weaver r law Mr Bryant will turn t his hisrecords hisreeortla
records r over to I tile auditor lter tomorrow re receive rfJeIe ¬
ceive t the salary warrants for himself Jataelr and andassistants aMDd
assistants a and Dd retire frew frc oMice oMiceSHORT oIIIeeU oIIIeeSHORT
TriMiMiirer Hericliiry lIerCcIIC of Iniicniitrr IniicniitrrIn lnuc IIIr IIIrIn
In n Defaulter DefaulterLANCASTER UcrRulfcrll
LANCASTER ll LANCASTIIR CAST R Pa P Jan Ja 1 1Jlersebey 1lhaunel H Hr
r Jlersebey h treasurer of Lnacaster r rA county countywboae
whom Mm A Hersehey A Co CeItrotJter C and a abrother
brother b merchant of QordonvlUe failed failedlast railedJut
last l ast week for or m NW0 M having li liaeta 1bII S t aa aasets ascts
sets aeta a cts is a defaulter to Lancaster Lancasterabout county < ty tyaltout
about trqt M4UMO 14000 and a to the State of Peansyl Penasylania 1 1Ia I Iania
s ania Ia 21 2iliG l M He left borne a week w ago agoteiHng azoteUg
teiHng t his It famil familbusiness fandly be was going away 1 on onalMl
business and yesterday y they received receivedletter reee1vedletter a
letter l etter from him saying 1ac he bad gone to Can Canada Caaada Ca
ada a d being < abort in In a his osnciat cJIIlolMMlt iseesan accounts accountsabout
about a bout C5MO C5MOHis GMHis
His HI prolonged absence having laay excited excitedsuspicion tXciteodsoapkloa
suspicion s his son and Deputy DePUt7II Clarence ClarenceUerscbey Clarence4eOUCb
Uerscbey II I 4eOUCb I bad County OUllt Auditor T J Marsh Marshgo 111 111SO
go over the accounts during tiuri the past few fewdays twlIIIys
days and today March reported to the thecounty UteeoIIaty lb lbounty
county c commissioners that be bad found foundthe foaDtttile foundhe
the t he shortage noted aot Heracbeys HtIWclte term ex expired x xpimJ ¬
pired today when iris successor Jacob JacobStoner JacGttStollft JacobStoner
Stoner took tookMot orace oraceBoth o1ee
Both Mot he and Herscbeys bondsmen will willonly willIy willenly
only Iy be satisfied after aft an siskin examina examination examlutloa ¬
tion l ion of the accounts has bee heist made Marsh Marshhaving IraIIlunihf
having examined htM them t ns young DC Her Herscbeys Htrseiter
scbeys seiter friend The treasurers downfall downfalls
te i s said to be due to stock intfuiaUsus and andpoker alldpoker andpoker
poker From tbe fact that be left about aboutJTedOO aboutIn aboutseaoo
JTedOO in a local bank to the countys eouaty eouatyit crud tredpiace crudt
it i t It I is inferred that lie tX exported ttfCI > to re replaee
place tbe money used in speculation and anddid alldclW
did not Intend Int defrauding the treasury tsuryQUAYS treasuryQUAYS
The Citizen IHzcu of AVt Ytcnt 0 t ClicMtvr Vaut VautHint aut aut111m
Hint for n XclKlilmr XclKlilmrWEST XelJI eiglaIsorWEST CI CIWEST
WEST CHESTER Pa Jan 1 1The 1Theprop The Theproposition
proposition prop hioa made on behalf of Senator M S SQuay S SQttay SQuay
Quay to purchase JMlrc the Stephen Darlington Darlingtonproperty DrIIaapropert Dariiugtouproperty
property here ere to be occupied as his It perma permanent penaaJleDL ¬
nent residence resW has started the t e politicians politiciansto politicianstalking
to talking and the Republicans in this t see section seetloa seetion ¬
tion are hoping that the deal will he con consummated eMsumted ¬
summated and that the > Senator t01 wilt make makehis keAlII
his home in this place It U said Id there t are areThe arefair
fair prospects of the purchase e being belneThe mad madThe
The property is one of the fineM t ia this thisplace tltiapilift thisplace
place and ael tile Republican RIMIW caa workers wilt wiltwelcome wiltwelcome lit litwelttMtJe
welcome Mr Quay with open arms If Ifco he hecomes hecomes
comes co here It is i stated 8t that If he gets the theplace tilepla theplace
place pla < extensive Improvements will III be Jend made madeand
and nd that he will remove his extensive eX lDSte li library library iibetTy ¬
brary here entire U is now scattered seatieredthrough scatteredthrough ed edthr
through thr Ulh several eral States StatesMr Sfattll SfattllMr tatea tateaMt
Mr Quay has a large number of 1 friends friendsamong frleaclauftoa frIendsansoag
among uftoa the Republican leaders here and will willtil m mI
I be giveR a TonI welcome to t the healthy healthyborough tJlr
borough borltaph
h isseniatsetezat > IURllclelit til Mule Drivi Drivifrom Drhlro DrhlroIrotn Drisero1rosot
from the Memphis j SchniUr SchniUrAny I IAsv
Any SoBtbemer r muM have aYliafGnHII informed the Kriiish KriiishCovrnMM IkiiiltC I Ithat
CovrnMM C that t W5WV rlicavvcr ftI a Wbite aasa S snider ucdrrtalre wdcYt sniderthe
the t to 0 handles laUd a mule he is bound ta cow to togriff tori togrief
grief ri ronmr or later There re M k ne a sanity Iy be between het intwema ¬
tween t them t Rot between bftofr tae Ainericaa ages naroami IIfIJJO IIfIJJOIN agesanal
anal IN w tIIk Io there in i a awhich 811btte uadiestandin uadiestandinwhich hl hlwlrich
which is beyond the rompn rompncaaUn eoiabeisien of tH ta taeaan a aca
caaUn ca eaan It i 14 a kiwi erf 1 telepathy telepathy and a suqcutor suqcutorfeature siagssiakit5lfl
feature of the case iP i 1 that the familiarity lliarity rite thesenitndfrrd riteeVft ibmcsugenskrnl
enitndfrrd never brmit coatempt pt oa either eittJerIe et etma < k kThe
The mule Ie takes ak no iibrrtk 1 1Jnt with hIs daakr dri drh drhand delve delvesad r rand
and he never ftr tears stahL < n > ht o 0 the t fad act that lbs tbalie tbe1Of lbsnesting
nesting 1Of Mft aceheom 1 hk chesge k a little littlelit tc tclse
lie t ratted a III the tfofl suietsie M uf It J a e4t Nttr NttrRl esstiamntimoccesiss HMMh HMMhmoccwtH
moccwtH Rl in isiS The relation M4 M4is between tbcw tbcwis tbciuis
is that of aimed newttaHt Delhi I aw 8ftRt eoa eoat moestantly
stantly t ntv Rt on the Ite alert sad the animal 1 will wiHIftOrl n nwore a a anioqr
wore iJresmae wtea UfI the noddisar asidiug of the M drives drivwthan dri dritlaR r rthan
than IlK driver IHKH upcn the air of oftat 1 peKefe ash meditation ashtstmon ¬
tation tat Oll which is th the > 4iIt dbtiiuruUaiaa chacartetutic chacartetuticof ceterittieof
of the salami all 1 in repent repentA ftIKWA repueA
A City Cll It of Sieges SitiKexFrom Sit Siegesiioso JeK JeKt
From t the t New x Nr York llccaU llccaUHerat 11eDWHl11It
Herat w oI the t Mty ittv liatc I Pa bi biwiigrd layc < cite dtr U UIl the thee tieswess S
wess e are Il accurately trl cwarte the MMrtt esss t ttwo i ii fifty 9Uyit fiftytwo
two It Wall the capMoJI of T Timer it wa w wa taMgkt taMgktthe fesuglalr
foe k1 the Bhemnsdsa Illy the thethe Ie < Ity Itybe b r
the be Ameeis of 1 Knbol and there was always al15Iftr aa aaAmeer asAffiest I
Ameer Iftr at newt anrfoun i to raaaia his bisTIle atriMoiqr patritasussyThe atriMoiqrb
TIle years wIns I unit t b not seen Istisg bass ltafti bassbees
b i bees tB rare I and Rti Ilent is i a very oM town totrnDttrfec toanDtt townfleeIng
Dttrfec fleeIng the pvcaeut ut renturj estur it has bees beestearfully o oftM1y e etvotally
tearfully < bc hmie eged in 1837 1 and 18S8 by the Pcniiits Pcniiitsand rm Ierausauassd II IIalld
and talon by b them i I Idle tegsiacd b U Dee Deei st stUohanMMd
UohanMMd Ameer of Kabul in ISO tart i ihint b bhim by i
him to M Anew A of Herat aa isiS i regained iMd by Kaawl Kaawlin Kwin Kahiiii
in IBS tmder the prraeot Aaieer AboWrahnun AboWrahnunKhan AWtna AWtnaRia a aKiesu
Khan KhanAnd Ria KiesuAnstwby
RiaADd And Anstwby why wb is ishierat Herat hthi the thekey key 10 to India Iudiashen hen it itU itis s sbItUtol
U idtutted t tM in the extreme northwest tb t of oftan Ate Atetan hfatlran hfatlrantin
tan marly many ag 1W ioile miles as tile now flit Ii from ih ihIndian t tIDtliaa ihIndian
Indian frostier Decease Herat U the coatrottnx coatrottnxpoint cotroUlpoist tntDbla
t point of the approaches ct to the only 1f 1fh two pawe paweInto OCMS
into India I that are traversed by by railroads railroadsOtw ratiree ratireeOne
One highway h wI that ROW eutwanl Yln1 from H IIto ttsa ttsaetsith rst rstkeep
keep south of the Hindoo iIMIoo Kwh and allllItaltal reaches reachesKabul seetheCalil
Kabul whence these Mr b II IIIt8r ab v vKahfl rt route tltrwP thru1 h hIrsbswar
Kahfl p JIIhI tft ° Ieahawar Here at PosiawaO PosiawaOcomuwKm IeiutwarJCM lntsawaLcease
cease comuwKm aces oae of the t important railwars railwarsInJiii ran eC eCIIMIia o oIndia
InJiii a peat trunk line M a it conaecU U ut fji fjihot r rtore Latar
hot tore for all poInts in the tIe Indian nemaMlj nemaMljFrom pmsuianuLPigiross tlld tlldPJIron
PJIron and lIoJlron lIoJlronIr ilogironFrees
From Ir the Mcinpeu l Scimitar SchnitarXegrces ScIaiteroee ScimitarNeroes
Xegrces eroee are sometimes very original or1 ia i tbefe ihel iheldeaunsa kI
dealings with whit Mien ps card m the muinaa imesusa of ofa ofa c t ta
a North Memphis 3I Iron foundry foundry 00 A couple mi ae aenoes lit litIIftf asgroma
noes were unloading Ioadi pfeirmt rosi for ute the ether tbc
day and 54 a u it ceases in fwctty ossddsed rhanks rhanksooe rIIaIIaODe elusstone
ODe chunk ia g a heavy load One 0 of the negreas negreascame 1Ifg S Sesme
came te a lamp which was lot twice the ssu esn siae sins sinshaag
baiag two t chassIs h that had two together t thr He Hetonfed II IIasopped
I tonfed WWK WITK wT the tI minute inur lie caught sirUt si t of it itWhat I IWlwt ttWhat
What arc rc jou u stepping PPiOl jar ur I 111Wd Idled Tict TictIt PikIt P1 k kit
It up lipII
Ho I nd d dean n mine ontoadin I isigir > igif n sri ii id 01 i ihe
he II but when it coiacs > to t hogiron i fjoits crsits i I It I
t t
Judge Jad Charles C11rl S Fesg yoeg ef efWas 8CWa
VF Was Wa V iI is at the WlHard for f a week k Judge Ju4gaFORK JseI Judgeugg
I I J FORK F ugg Is OM of the moat proMtaent t jurists juristslooking inditett
Oft o < tt Ute adfic dfte 00Nt a sad Is In a Ute eft eftJoBlQltx elty
1 looking ho kiag atterwversi 1t1 Important pertaat legal mat matters matS t ttera ¬
I ters teraJolt tersJohn
S Si SiJohn
John Jolt T F CrtHMoek of Greeavilie Texas TexasIs TauI
Is I Ute guest l of HuproaenUUve prUYe De Grnflen GrnflenreW OraeareJtl
reJtl re reW id of that State at tie WoHtagto WoHtagtoTexas WeiltapODresaa WolhlagtoTexas
Texas is on toe boom beo said Mr Grad Gradck OradtIoek
tIoek d ock > ck this tJa 00
morntac flail d everytMng e elookiD IL ILlooking Lioking
looking lookiD lo oking prosperous rea I MB here her OB a pleas pleasEdgar pIMaure
ure ta re trip ansi DtlADeI fled Haclt to ideates Ift lit the tbeCpltal theapital
Cpltal C < apital
CpltalEdpr a as
Edgar Cayptess of Hoaolnlu Hawaii Hawaiiat fa faat
at the Whined Willa for the winter winterI w wI
I was very sorry to learn that the p pagis pagisli n > gu gumHfi
mHfi m im li ieea ii Introduced into 11 Honotatu caM saide Id
he h < e loiaj 101a as I was in that dry luring tae taeBlague
1 plague pl ague in 1895 and know what a horrible horriblething lten1Wetltlac
thing th ing tbe black death Is It only lasted a aweek aw aeek
week w eek ek at t that time but carried off sixtynve sixtynvepeople slxtyavepeopI sixtyfiveepli
I people ps epli You see It takes seven days da for forthe rorthe fore
the th e bubonic bonk plague te develop and the con contagion eoatagltHi ¬
tagion ta giog spreads rapidly ra The disease U IaU Isually
l usually us ually U spread by rats rata the rodeoU r lltA being beingvery beiqf beingery
1 very f v ery ry susceptible 1u2 ceptlbJe to it The plague has a astrange Astraqe nrange
a strange st range effect rreet upon them making tne t llft en entirely enUrely enreiy ¬
l tirely ti reiy tame and causing caa1ID them th to seek the tnecompanionship tbtteoJRIoDsJalp
c companionship co of human befogs befogsI
I nave have no doubt but that the spread bf bfthe fI fIthe
the th e epidemic has already 11 been A checked a athe aP aPtlte
t the th e board of health fat composed of men menwhe Mswlt meahoa
whe w hoa know bow ta handle MIMI Ute OMWII6ft pl > aaue aaueWhen giie
When st ha a cordon t9fdoa has been placed around tMlad the theChinese theCktt8t
Chinese C hinese fittarteT flUArt tne spread is always alwayscheeked alwaysclteelted
cheeked cheekedJudge clteeltedJlMlllle cl uetired
Judge William W 13 McNwIty ef New York Yorkwas YOIktile Yorkas
was ic as the tk guest yeaiernay at the Kixa KixaHouse K KH9tt8e Rigga Riggaetas >
hlo House hl etas of RepresentatIve Job Jabs L L LaC Sheppard Sbenpardef
ef o f Texas TexasMr TuaMr
a S C
Mr and Mrs KendcM are at the Snore SItorehaIR Shorem
i bam ha hafo m from London They will remmhi ben benfor lienroc her herr
f for fo r the balance of Ute UteJ wos wosJumji weal wealCCC
Judge J M DSVWOB n a jisinlamt htwyer htwyerfrom JlaW7
from t < ress taw tis UKM lBs Oman Q Stale iU > te at the Mew Narmandie Mew1Id
mandie 1Id J Juslaw DMtaeta Da vis on wilt raaanan ben benfor Mnfor keenor
for f or several vEntI weeks weeksSenator weftssator
Senator PlaIt of New Ne w York is a art sreatfavorite artfyorlttt greetvorite
favorite fa vorite among those woo who 110 enjoy e eesy j Me ac acnuaintance aequlntaaee
nuaintance q said Id T K It Fort of New York Yorkat Yorkill Yorkt
at a t the Arlington ArlID tOD today lie Is a good story storyteller storytelt4r storyaller
teller t and a splendid listener tblteaetTIae
Tbe Senator once at atidad iflded a Republican Republicandinner RepaWleaadlRaer Republicaninner
dinner d inner on the Beet S Ski l > Tbe attendance attendancewas ttelHialleelar3C
was w as large and the pcop peoiar present were en not notspecially ItOlIT
specially s IT distinguished aside from their theirfaithfulness tbetrfaithfulIi theirithfuineea
faithfulness fa to tbe interests of Republican Republicanism RepubltaJrdill Republicanm ¬
ism la m The orators of tire evening had been beenentertaining beeDent beenntertaining
entertaining ent e mlaD tile guests with their usual usuali alan
an a n srduncec dlnAer peosches i ad as tile merit morrimert merrtt
mert a ett t reached iu highest Mat point the teeM taastas teeMas I
as er called upon Senator Platt for a asaeeeb i
saeeeb s TIle Senator rose and in bis quiet quietway qaietC qnletay
way w ay said G ileStemea r en I am not a speech speechmaker ape speechmaker h I
maker I ban not been accustomed to it itbut flINt itut
but b ut when I was a roan yonna man I used to tostag toa 10lag
stag a s lag in s tile church choir and I ean yet vet sins sinsof sing singne IDK IDKORe
ORe o ne of 1 the old neegs So So as I cannot make makeeeeh makespeech ke keep
a ep ek eeeh I will Mng you a song Then be besang lieBatt
sang a sing The Battle Batt Hymn of tile Jtepabtie JtepabtieJ
a DeI lie waa Ute b hero of the OttJIstoa OttJIstoaTIIe
a CS
The J laHfr PensfleMe passage np Oa of VWffSm violent C WOTQol words between heteeatllO betweenwo DftW II IItwo
two t wo Kentucky members on the BOOT ef the theHouse tlteIfouM theosts
House H osts just J before Mot the holiday ltoIida recess said saidJ aidJ saidM
J 1 M Reyburn of L Loasvllle nk > at t the Met Metropelttaa MetntPelitaa
ropelttaa r today reminded me of the thestory 1Mstory thetory
story s m my y father used to tell about a scene aeettetile irenes sceneIB
IB i s the Thirtyninth Congress o in which Jaiclt a amember aher
member embr her from the Blue Grass State Sta was wasthe waatile wasire
the t ire star performer performerGen perforMGn performerCeu <
Gen L L H Rousseau of Kentucky Xeatuekya was wasa wasprominent
a prominent member JMm of the H Hdisett House la laC a aiaeeaslos
C d disett iaeeaslos Sloa over the Freedmai Freedmaibili Freedmans Bureau BureauhI1
bili hI1 b IIi turning to Mr Grinatell ef Iowa 10 be besaid lielei heid
sa said lei If yon Intend to arrest a white people peopleand peopletlae peopisn
a n the ex parte atatelllent 0 IMIIPON and andbold aa4JteId sadold
bold h old then t to salt your cnaruMlenra CIa for fortrial fortrial
trial t I oppose p yon and If yon 7 ahiiild d no noarrest 80arrest
arrest a rrest aad punish ae I would kill you youwhen fouwltea
when w hen you set me at liberty libertyTo tlbert tlbertTo libertyTo
To this U Mr r Grhnwil replied The gen gentlamaa getIU geniemaa
tlamaa U t has degiaded iris State aad uttered uttereda
a sentiment unworthy unwndh ortllj ef an American Aericaaeer all gffteer
eer eerTltls
This assertion alii ertkJu said Id General Rons Ronsseau Kon Konwau
seau s eau is false aDd a vile slander stud nd tn tnupoa J J11iortlty a aworthy
worthy I be uttered by any aut autapoa gentleman
upoa U pon this floor floorGeneral 8Doruuneral floorGeneral
General Roiuseau Ro u met Mr Grinnell ia iathe i itile Iihe
the t he east portico of the CapItoL He began beganto beIa beIato begao
to t o thrash him III with a rattan rattan saying Now SNowea Nowyou NowOIl
you y ea nappy and poltroon leak at yourself yourselfMr JOQneIlMr yourselfMr
Mr Grinnell received half halfalow a aaIows dozes L Lolows
aIows alow The ool only words be uttered were wereDOt
1 de not went t t tNo to hart ft fto yonNo
No o said saidRORIIioNa Rousseau I do 4 no aot expect expectyou Ixpeette
you y ou te hart me you scoundrel bat you youtried Qtried
tried t te s injure me on the Hear ot the theHouse theJIeae lb I
House Now 0 look at t yourself Whipped Whippedhere WltippedItere Whippedere I
here h ere whipped like a dog diagramed and de degraded de depa4ed degraded ¬
graded gradedThe pa4edTIIe gradedThe
The House took cognizance of the Mat nutter Mattfr mater ¬
ter t er but refused to expel General Revs Roussesn RouaD RevsSin
sesn Sin D He was forced to the bar te listen listente JiatetllPIilUlMl list I Io
te t o a reprimand from the Speaker SpeakerTTJREBTFOS SpnkernREBUas SpeakerITREBUGS
Incendiaries IC i RtURrle < ut Work rl in a Xcwr Jet JcrTown Jetcry
FLJEMIXCTON X J 5 Jan J 1 1PriKtateel 1PriKtat Frtghtea Frtghteaed
ed e d away from rom Three Bridges by detectives detectivesand c1eteetlwsalPt I
and a aol night watchmen tclulaea the incendiaries who whorepeatedly wkorepeateclly wireepeatedly S
repeatedly r tried to born the town to are new newworking newktaa
working in Klemington Two buildings b1IiNlalIae buildingshave butIdIngiI I I
have already Iread been burned naecl and the eiUnens eiUnensement eI eIaN eitiamnsare I
aN worked orked u up to a fervor III adt sacitement sacitementSaturday ement ementSaturday rnL rnLSaturday
Saturday night the large barn belonging belongingto I Io
to t o Aaiescor MilE Charles ea Alpaush Al1ae was waawu destroyed destroyedwith dieUnadwith
with wu itscee tti Its eo contests teats teat including a lot ef poultry poultryThe ttryTIM poultrya
The live stock was rescued The are arestarttd firebugs Inbuptartld firebugsatarttd a
starttd he flames ia I the hay mow mowIt IDOWIt mowIt
It in now a certainty that the large larr pot potauthorfiies pottery petory
tery t ory plunt at which was desotrod on WIIft WIIfttp1 Wadisday I
day night tp1 was tired by incendiarIes T TIn TInr e eaudrtMIS
authorfiies are re working upon the theory theorythat tlaeoryIt Linen Linenint r
that t int It hi the Three Bridges rW8 gang ef fire firebugs Ire Irebup fireI
bugs The firm in Three Bridge a occurred occurredjuet occurreo occurreoust 1Ured 1UredJt I
juet j ust size month ago aai 1 all ef the ceaMa ceaMagrationK eoabKnatiou cOOllaI
grationK were started between 730 30 and 4 8 8octeeV SocIoe1r I Iocloc I
octeeV in the t evening evcninaA eYealllC eYealllCA >
A reward r arc of 50e > has been offered by h tile tbeFire tileFire Lbs S SPire
Fire Underwriters Association which wh 1t will willbe willbt t tbe
be increased by tbe ciliaens of Flemtagton Flemtagtonand FtenriqtoaaM S Sand
and Three Bridges The residents of this thisplace UttapIaee tat tatplace
place expect mere e ad Urge ceattagratisBos ceattagratisBosand e tttiI8Daa a aansi
and a are re preparing for all U emergencies emergenciesCMZaHENT emergenciesCUBRENT i iCURRENT
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reot Stra StraJ8Iaur Stray Ptorle PtorleItoaKoii Stoksi >
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rtem Tma die Chicago TimeaiferaM TimeaiferaMohteat T1kraNIM YlasiUtraldMtalah
IM Mtalah Wa the > oldest msa said the thehm Utetndter tfl tflSetdeyesieot
Setdeyesieot barber hm the t Mble cs csJW asksa macs no norsiiias
sacolion St as oide rsiiias Why da yon yespoesbisiewar sup suppom pos a
pom poesbisiewar poesbisiewari this lab te mT mTI r rf
I mss m w W little liCt Robert Jlty they the tIi did didhave dnt dnthare t tltaye
hare no chores elm gIrl w idea ZlIa ea the Mbfe iiii5 was wrote tnDterJctnllh wrotefr wasteVrgetalulos
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fr ttr Irem > o n the Philadelphia North Jmtlicss JmtlicssIMd AtMIiaauuw tasuirmiad
uuw IMd yon buy Lt those desn ers et mine at a anrT dpr rigs 5 5er
tArPT nrT be naked aaIIrcII miredCertalssy I ICertsialy
Certsialy aV replied Where Me dht yen think thinkI lii liiI
I bought raemr raemrI them themI
001 I wawt t ecrtain that yea dldsi n art artyour time at atrow s it itgreen
your green ttet po poot giQsscL giQsscLisj rs rsHint
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eIa e isa fee d damages brftrae Iw about Ihr 110 I Ii I iulvft iulvfto ft I Iart abend
bend o ueartily art s as to wrewli wt1iis h iiii ili s > iii iiileaving d dvine i I IbasIng
leaving vine him hi a cripple for Bfc BfcIs his 1Jteilt
Is 1 a amit anit te 1 RMPXT reesesgtheof the naice of a buyl buylea b J I 1 1tile Is
ea o s the isataBanetit fflt i pln obn > i n iin i Ibnny lites court h ha 1 1cide Idde 1dsi
cide rt d dsi > i that a IJK ti bIsvsle I i MI old i nrrfaalij to a gi giace t tIDtder Ier
IDtder er ace a working out ai a A AAt a tlll8ett1t tlll8ett1tAt dmestkAt
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rejertnl ft r rd a run UIblituli1 uintitut tituli < n < i airn airnUiiet m rnIeftt ahi1 111 1 1to z zosid
pj p osid to intense the wlar salaries Uiiet trI f tar tarU Miprtir MiprtirOatr Ph Phbt1n >
j U hen XiUO 10 16500 1t8O per atH1Um atH1UmnMlut1f Intismoil
Oatr oil sheet onehalf th tM pmsas sevqee of wl 5 Iit Iits < xl xlm 1 I
m III I s Iowa are recorded a a atlradia aUadiatc sciiool mat 1 1amveanat sasat
amveanat asat t fa afoot to bring her into the < lass d dt f fisle
a M isle tf that t have compalaurr education ttIssa tiu Uw UwSUtncal la laM lans lans1Inmi
SUtncal M a ma osaraafW in 1 1UliliaN henries r < tutat tutatutiliaed tutj ns nsftliaed
utiliaed v in i a 10 China y yma am ago so 0 and OIl of th tisritten r rwritcrt rwritna
wC writcrt w ritten sxatioas JDntl buses wMcli repeated atfCI the theKSS if uoetii uoetiiisesias Ja
01 C isesias KSS voices that t W peru ere re dead deadto dPadca flie flieimifer e eto
s imifer to the be pbMnaraah pbMnaraahIt Jill RDCJIII RDCJIIIIt
It ia bnt little known that ia I nsdfctiia U isdrwdrr hahK hahKdtfmdtr It Ittile
dtfmdtr of 5 the mwV 01k by vitftw wV fetus UI < rf b baaeendgsi r as asas
as a aa orrrdaa Qus tleem n Vkssrin V to the etwat dai dh dhniury
niury iii a of th t rho ctatrti eIt by virtue rirt of her postman pmL < 4PftItnday oh ohebedsy 4 4preteodaty
preteodaty i ol St it DavWs ba Cathedral < riiidsf UatIIIIIIIiIIINtIoa Lbu Lbucigs riiidsfOaDtge
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sPkes 7 to 5 5jfw ea peseom as teseben d dxy
xy KTM of different uM esters aIeIIaad mass vary to toand menses sws swsid
and a id dark tIa colored tI eye er are meeker than the grey or orpupil orhue orP
hue h P eyea 1iPt iAghtblis mym sty If tiIe tiIet Ussi
si aisi next t to these come CJI7 CJI7ptrpfl vey The e eupil
pupil p upil Ute I tW lunun and the crrater paatftatraj to me metrain lbs if iftrain
atraj s train which dt the eye can bear bearIa Ite1a learIn
Ia Vienna l w ease iasiKBitlun a lea been ilia111I bee caused by byIBP byIn
IBP s In productive win alter tile watts Ita kang kis death deathlinaarJ ctaof dratluf
of o f a barlraqne linaarJ is frivolous frivolousWtaaMt frfaA hihhe hihheaiy
ss aiy 1 the meishas sal iedtu of Jeflem Jeflemtsene
WtaaMt i tsene A Vwaatm attic nsmrin that tbfa im iIIu isursily imhardly
hardly l a iHajnm u > bd il method = at ahaafcm respect to toA tAlJM tok
5 k ery ef the dad dadA
A person can ride oa a aXfa deed lU lUMit las Addsa Addsak
Xfa B k h IL for 3 cent cents provided M tickets he hoeaht hoeahtat IIttat
at t oa ma time SiagM mm bees are e 5 nests That ar arM arYWr aesagmait
esagmait paean sag YWrY YWrq tshl te he heCay
t Cay Y pesple dde simm ne ned
= d q rifle u M they had MilTIle a bo any anyThe I IThe
The advaaUcei at cotdite the thewete saw npaift npaifttreR sz1ssieswere
were recently mona in Kmrbina Kmrbinatsry gheli wMe wMey the im imory
tsry t y nuButactariaB fadtU IIJ it wss botinli amn > < to the 0file tie evened evenedTbe gss gsshe
file T he ar s which was asmrWed send ii he if ifeslila f mcradmij mcradmijorizia
orizia totally 11 11we sVaUoytd the tie w mass aad bat eat eatman emwas
man was injured BO Striooa erninajmi zplnde ramttmB ramttmBla a as asweelsi
weelsi hove we Ilea lite eses la the theThe diente z if ifsd
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drriac i the qtteItI6D 4ie ctf acIopthlr iag a nit en enwill Writ WritwUI
will prohibit prvI Wt the bussing of oflufta have within the dtr dtrhMMtA cIt y
hMMtA es it ia iedtKiv claimed that tbe th mmtata at In esa esadorive emutive i
dorive dtKiv d utive to mat at illhealth iliIIRJdII darinc da the Ml MlSrrrnl feMrriL
Srrrnl Srrrnlar rriL I Pbnidau k4ass base W cI daM tile aim sad
5 W tk hkh mom from Ute Uteall tb bmin leaves leavesre
ar all a re the thethroa nas if 1 of tile aibotats of th thllar thebroer
throa llar i hmajs and eyea eyeaAt 17ftt eye a aIt
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CVamer saner to a aatberiaa patbeT of 1W U Irkaas ia iat isbm Bmtm BmtmrhrlHMi
t bm ether day em leheesa U LIllIe LIllIeI Bitt e
11 and I 10 iie CII CIIThe Iaps wme em emased
e ased The assa was iwss made UB lip uaJNH ef IIIi the theia thaw thawieittmi
rhrlHMi prepared i ia a various ways yW yWt yWM Each nm nma guess guesseoived
r eoived a a masseur a t tiny gold lakes eMrd eMrda
M a a scarf pin Del a hiMtnaniiii of dried sea seaweed anJaW us usnerd ¬
weed nm laid at t each plate plateThe piateThe plateThe
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slees ifr en e her assent t trial Iran t tr was tMH dIIrt7 dIIrt7a Mriys Mriysknot ifchi ifchikeoto
knot er mrrymar Imty a sad oeethtrd t and ssBss ssBssboar es all alla ashoer
boar a msttaalr gait for an cxmrm e train Thi Thii 1ItLtlte Thbs >
i s the th faateat that rat ever arm a beat tare es tbfmsjfh tbr the thewater aMwater tierwater
water and it w claimed eJai that the thecot spud uit uitIIOi t im imso
cot so yet ft bent reached The aaai aaaitorbiae JIJi1it JIJi1itIwW petOtNtim if drr drraibla
torbiae IwW t eogmcs wfth whisk kla the Viper Yip is teacem ftIIIIIpd eqalopedtem
acem I tem to have tanabJ expectations expectationsIn
In I cocaeqtmre of the obstrBCtkas raimi d i m Sa the thenarrow dieItfttts tiresuarren
narrow streets rgets of Saochow Chiaa C1IiJa by the Jarwe JarweIter fesgeameber mmc mmcamnber
amnber of 1 welltodo wdI y peang aa Chinew < ana inxieas om to talearn toJ totars
S learn tars to become whestass hutnui hutnuientaUoas actiagenz actiagenzesttatiom
J r1 =
entaUoas made by the i iritiaes man as d S Sritiafwl l lritima
ritiaes tbe three thus cwtrict cwtrictchow megte aIn aIncltow if Sin Sinbow
chow c bow city ty hn base wmed a Joint Jointa asI asIseddise So 1Ir 1Irdtr
ci i seddise the rillg if el cycles 11 lit litforeipfts saguse s storevs
foreipfts I ad CCJMaa CCJMaaA
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P Fa > ckuxed with < alto altob aendtinamwb a nsa nsamacb
mwb b sympathy ia tbe nartmam when a ahat the taU taUthat W WthaI
that t hat the aaVtr es ia leryimi I on her Iter1aDtIIor4 bmncbaM a gu guem emi emioa
oa a lamflorda narmet anant to tried trWbabr U iimsw her herbaby herbsby
baby from its evils sad take the aaese a8IIIe tar tarjmy IIIrM They
jmy y mnad her not BnOty alIty sad DeI piscad > hmd the die1M easts se sehe ea eatae
tae s he < mHcaU tsM and af ttrr latin uTl1 r of rf fife fifesad Macs athe i > i ijhe
I sad isird jhe the orarrant t The cot struck eft 1 the thefee aerm theatint
l atint rm da daA
A nor hedge < fee for BS on the Tolas T Mete la laKama Iaa isnsi
nsi Kama a has jnst hern 41 built sad fa Iet6 iiiaaHaUii In Ino a awo
t6 t wo o paris so a as to pant p thromrh the thetem diett1D c s stern
tem Icadiaz Item the Battle Each baK i is isent CM CMtrical 1MfcCt
fcCt t ent Ioq d st4 fret aide aid hit 11ftIWf dp ash ashatb
r atb half can be iproatid t rpsest asbl a abottein
bott bottein cat e tent wide The Thehuh gaa111181 gaa111181bott
huh sad ill illtrieal prsd ash ewtsd b3 t trical
trical t rical machmcrv of effa AsarricaB nmBBfactvr nmBBfactvrw mamafertuss S Sis
w fa iceeeratcd by American boiler toed with withnaptha 1IiUtlIaptha withasptha
naptha napthaThere aspthaThere
There is much antovormble antovormbleBids I1IIIPorableUDk comhe imoug the theunios
UDk a acirla wathiren deosghsst Ime sme smegirls
Bids are niiiijred m is s fiat aisss fattss hetsay at stQ atEI atEl
Q od C Cfactory 0IpIJiard beer ia iapu ia is isgate
pu > to me it the cesditiosa at hum ill die diefadory tirefectory
factory as me each as they ibeuM he It h II IIto ah ahprupoaed slit slitwu
prupoaed I wu acimdlag to asim sa kborlag kborlagso
10 0 call the attentionspector attention tiel of tile State imsusy ill ill5IJftI is isiptetor
spector 5IJftI to the fact last t t8ft xwht xwhthmrteem bis taaiag is hue huebunsen
bunsen U 5 earjMee ate wommc 1ItIIkbIc wash m miinnaa ita itaUII8IIC a iy iyamoag
iinnaa men and boya boyatfeijhms boy1aJa boyaIa
Ja order to t tIiaiai8 dtoiai tM air resc a aeIertrir aewly aewlydesigisd
desigisd eIertrir tel is hri WW ita itaBtimn hema hemak
tfeijhms k the BOM seal feature bemc that the heat ia iatriaagular isbiaaguJai iitrSis
triaagular trSis in ahape with the twI controller aad apace apacetor ec ecbr
tor the motonmvn at the apex ei < the dordkd aegis The Therifect Thertt
rifect ol the wind a is skins m mwith ita cIIIt cIIItwi semeatwith
with wi the otdiaary form of car carix where INIa h lusty 1aItJo
o ix to fortyaevca U ftta IAaplfttI anmtrri at SB II vote editwere i > ari ariere
were ere ctmsaul by the saoton ia 1 1ist1IiM gainer with the theind tireslid
slid ind wafle masisg = aeirat = it = = otXtyd iztyeicbt = to toixty todalynine
dalynine ist1IiM ixty ixtyA asrss tit lit salts tIIba tIIbaA take takeA
A recent Gewan invention Is armosed armosedor
or fflaat phtc es cast with whe wit t gmme gmmetheir g endsad III IIItbeir istheIr
their substance eo as to t increase iacsea the theaback Taasce tu tuabML tsivmae
vmae aback and the effects of heat Testa Ike of ofr Iftile ofthe
tile r material tnial have been made at the Chem Chemnits Chaspita
nits Technical T I lruci MMiMt and the t tt Viemm l linh linhintsil ch chnoloairal
noloairal t tr Moanan which ahoc that the tileIdass mmart mmartaJass aemseed aemseedglam <
glam b moch etroaajer strue rc atd atdKa sbee iteft the ordiMrY ordiMrYJIt
JIt Ka > t Stoke k ncdcr ncdcrthe suddrn 1IJ1PIka appileatius if e ethe prewmrthe
the atrenKtheaed JtJNIrt mnterial al onjy cracked and the therrnrk dienllllLi iiiqvaLa
rrnrk < auwd scd hjr hjrallow ebasars 0 teapseasma aId aM aMallo eMaiiow
allow allo either daam cia or flame Ib to psm The Theahcatly Thegme
1 gme 11 hai already keen empor smpcred ON 4 ta water twJp guess caunevof guessreomI
Jp a ftI1RIt e of tit Zookejat Zosiio fa to he hefoaad tiefeud befossil
feud aa JascmUag paper on the method mst used by byits ItyI bybat
bat Ua cptatag isuecta This Thisifltr saisusi w wadr wadrlast
last Nft its tail carved downward ash Inward iawaidno InwardibM
no ° that t the mrmbraar a joiaiax joilli it to the bind Ice Iceforms Icp Icpf Isgaores
forms f ores a poach or r bc ALe > which a acaa tea teacan large isuiet isuietbe
can he poabtd d attic ftll it U U matched 4 Thin Thu hi hiby IsI din dinby
by aliahtly I sptcAdiag qcdI d the totdad wiaxs 1I bns bnsto kaciaat kaciaatf brisg brisgshe
she f Ioruisd to IncTcaee 1 the te tanacHj vuty eTtas eTtaswhat if Ae Aetail hetail
tail pouts met t thee bNdhttr the astir aftkh astirins
h ins Ute heed irmeak t isi 1a if ifsiruenki c ctile
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