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h:' -aun ` a Musical Instrument for a Christmas
S. Presetit. Special bargaius for the
4 jh ristrtu Trade -
, Cone andti see us. We can please you.
shor4 Talks Advertish
Some way or other, it always happens that the judicious advertiser succeeds.
Judicious mean; many ti:Eng.. Sonme men better never advertise. Some things
better never be advertised. Men who are not honest-who do not keep their
promises-whose advertisements mis
Ilead, and whose stores disappoint-they
S; There is a man in New York-a
S i ý :r furniture dealer-who says that he never
- eexpects to sell to the same man twice.
. ri He uses all means to get the best of
the deal the first time. Makes all the
v' profit he can on the one sale, because he
knows that the buyer .will never come
`• back-that he will discover the cheat.
"__ _.FD _ : Iwouldn't pay f
"cnewerr crfe:ts to s tothes amsman wic." that man to
and he knows it, and he doesn't advertise.
But a fairly honest business, conducted by a man
who keeps pretty close to the letter of truth, it will CAREL5SNE$."
always pay to advertise.
o - st buiiness- an--ea-rlerss-in- their state
ments. They have become so used to writing "big- ,,Faureidrt4epriceer/carlc.n.es..
gest," "grandest," "greatest," "best," that they can
only think in superlatives. They mean to be honest-probably are. They are
merely careless, and failure is the price of carelessness in advertising. Maybe
not al,solute failure, but something very short of success.
Every advertisement should have careful consilcration. All the discrepancies
should be eliminated. No careless statements
should be allowed. If you can't take time to
attend to your advertising carefully, better cut
6 3 ':' I it down. Cut off the parasites. Cut off novelties
p - -programmes. Cut off the paper to whom you
A£JI 1 31 hundlred."
S. trid of it-- '
to keep it
h.' T 1quiet " -
Cut, Cut ofI thes
S paper that
Scliei to .-ý '"at
A good - ' Q. "
advertise- - "
- - l' .il\ ment in the best paper will do more gool-nmore
* in proportion to price-than an'; thing else you
S -- ~ can do. There is always a best paper in town.
A good advertisement of goods in a good
"- - paper will always pay Always.
"They csn .aly iI ink tsJuperlativee." Copyrrght. Csarkr A.sten latee, Nrew York.
Hammon's Oil Company.
Hammond, La. Dec. 7.-The
st-)ckhlders o;f tie Hammond
Petroleum and Pipe Line Com
pany met i', this city last night
and perfected a permanent or
ganiz'_tion, , ith the ;ollo.. ing
Oiicirs.: N. i.. Strong, of Roch
estLe, N. Y., '! e-ide::t: first vice
presiceut, G. E. Dunn, of Ham
mond; second vice 1)resident, T.
M. Dwyer, of New Orleaus:treas
urer, C. E. Gate, of Hlammuond;
secretary, Dr. . L. P ,.:. itit, of
Haminuoti-. Tu'e ho td l lir't
tors are J. E. Wilcombne, \W. W.
Baukston, C. T. Babb, B. M.
Harvard and .T. W\. S i-tell, •1 of
Hammond. Too ehaiter i'm 0otn
drawn up and will soon hb ready
for publiation. President
Strong leaves soon for New Yor'k
in the interett of he ci'pany,
and work will be coinn ncatuCed oi
the well in a few week\ s at thile
A:ciltaial Killin at E :!trwood.
Whil, out ihultiunO ii tihe vici
nil" of the Miller IM.ils catni
pUtliiij : iplan:t it, 14 <"'c. . k yt-o
tetrdo.y ml rniiin.; Am ; ..~ I '01,
of this place, itncideit:ily silot
himseif through the h:ii r dyinVI
almost iinmeihOli(.Vly. i ij -i:i
that hie was lying dtlo\v' :i I, U.
with thegun along .id, )t im
whlin it was accidently i;i-c!;i
\*:lirot waL:so of t.h. li.,:"-..
Vh' t iia''i .?, i.0ii ; 0i,': i'". t
0.)11' '1 .v ..:.; T O t t;. 'ii" i tve s ,
,4 ,,,u it irry ye , : of g_.
:.oh For Sale,
i-esidlent lots four blocks cast
of scho l l'ouse. on :\c:.i tiy
..,street; als, "". u Moi.ses, sub
R iiviskin of torie of .TeJnningS,oast
.te of S-utn :lain street.
_ºýl)iuutain puns at i : illu rt s.
Fire Limits Contention.
F. A. Toce, of both this city
and Jennings, was in Luke
Charles Saturday securing a leg
atl opinion in what will be likely
to prove an interesting contro
versy between the warm little
city [f J.on !inf.rs and ine of her
inhabitants. Imin in diately aftr
her gtreat tire! it'. T(ceP)urchas
ed a lot in the i)urnt district
south of the raiilroad track and
wet of the d'pl)ot. 1p roplsting to
buili a liver" iotabhl tihere 'uit ,f
w« ):)d. n 11 !t ,i:ls . T , I. T wo sa y
that having ain al))p"rt ulli y to
reuit the oui lding at a good rental
he hurried the lulm1ber on the
ground lld got tile fIulti:,.toin
laid. The same evenj iug " 1 i th i
c uncil met and pissed at; im
mediate efflet ordina'ce, estab
lishing tire iuilts, witlin whicd
nu) wo',cdell houses llay be erect
ed. These linit- ci,, natnd It.
new building and tie davy fllw v
ing the lpa5issiZ(' i ti:, :,'ina:1o .,
:ir. '.(i:. was ri : ' .i ( ,.
building. All . v.Ol ', s 'a tp.
an1d Mr. lt 0. .U h"r 8' )
LoutV, where I w'ii ilat.' . e ts
oten Ltieu t-; thlt a ii : b..:'"iln ..: 'v;
hi..,:r, the ordinI u1(,' was 1)l t -i
botl.s lie. ( Liltl i b! i' in 10e1 it
its lro)\'isi0s1 , a' the I i .v -: a ,
be ret:'ctive. "T. he ]i i',tv c uln
cil tat ci ext' y ii ti )) >,i-,
"iii I; o..,*. 1'. . .'i (', .
-. ,J I, ;0 ' . ,
LtAhýg1ai'y r tat e i a ulo=Q ildie Tn m ta
the remedy that ntete Y cold tn ome oewe
JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. n"i
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Gee. MXaury is over ifrom Welsh l t
J. Harris wa;s at lit. parish -'
seat today. a'
I. D. L. \ýVi lin:s ;.teandd lc.
. business in COr :wi ity ti,'(da. I c
Rev. M. C. fic.kmnn was in
. COrowlcy today oi, busi:iess.
' BOY WANTrED---To run job
a j)r'es.. A )Ily ' tat RECOiu) ofa)c''. 0l
:r ( e re rj'eil':ttl lihls ti a 1,'.ilti)a I
as coll,ctor for .Justie E. F.
to t:etC ge Tiira-i 1is .1 1sition .,
Sas coallectorfr t' lJustice E. 8.
Hen: Ips e: d. ill
Ie.ev. A.W. Turner of Lk.e Ar- W
thur was in Jennings today and J
went elast olltn. h
Amnteri::tn Riicre ("rowers con
vention will convene in Crowley
Thit r'dly :"co. 12.
SWa ltIer F. Laybouvrn has tae
e C.;ýlid la }:.siti ont as rlt' lk ili the
e strt",,e 1''. F. Walker. f`
T The M. E. diltriclt ')onfl',rnc,), .c(
o will c i-,.n:eiV t in .t'nniiigs on
It Thusdav', Dec. 12. u
)u C. L. Pardee and wife have
gone o(n a business Irip to Chic
a'o for a few dlays.
h1 r. annd Mrs. E. \W. Hinshaw h
returned this noon to their home
at New Pr .vidence, Itw:'.
I-v.. J:ei Mnnix and Lewis N. r
Fireston'', of R to;itloke were bu.oi
n,,s visitor, s 111 i(wi to:iday.
e L. Iltebt'rl, (he Nezliqnue mer
u chant and iposluinsittl' nlttde a
bn-,ini'ss visit to .Acadia c'iapital
Episcopalian service began in
the C(, 'gresatiornal ch urch lhst
night and will continue through
t'y the week by R:ev. D. 1). Antrim. c
L. B. Moss is suffering with a
s ,\'e're bruise on hits right hand.
He has not been able to work
le wlth t for the pa:st we..:k.
'? Wilder & Wtod worth lihve
or moved the Piont'eri barber shop
ts- into the new Bullick building. l
et They have also added bath r'ons
rd to the equipment tof the shop.
to E. F. Fialller,and Mliss Claudia ii
"o Miller VwenttioL.alttyetle Itod ty to I
ule t't a tdry gtoods sl.itmatnti and
to mtak.' pur0ai'ases ftr the IH :tar,
`tl tliS - al llin] ' t ipc ) l c( tl Id ntt -e
lie stcur'd hiitlr:.
t Mrs. L .M. Hiouck of Ltgonda
w11 ent to Lt:ke Chairles this eveln
toin to g)'t her dtlangllcr, N!nor'a 1
w Ittvt in attending sc)hool there.
iThey will visit Camitr'un la'ish
t beor(, rtUtturning horne.
I . R. S'rong ret1rned y.'ester
1 ay ft trli a, btusiness \'isit ttt New
.) h 'n' tili. lefl fr Dl3't.utnent,
t t l ' t '.l , mt:()i'tijit'_ 1.':ti!t this
i; , . im:tal. ('0 tu , C lt,
I ' ,,T . I . b,l "vili rint! at -
. . . I . i n .. ' ,..
(' t' V- *. .i: e
, (1 N ,w , ,'.(~t - w ti :ti'.t'i:It tr\c*r
night.this week at the Congrega'
tional church at 7:30 p. m. Therei
will be special Evangelistic ser-I
vice and everybody is invited t:",
come. Thr',ugh titer kltndný's ,,f to
iithe if. i.. ,of the U nrgr.'t it 'n- su
a'ist Wv.' t., p :'mu teid to u:-c c,
their church. The service will i:
not iLtO) fere with iany me-,tings ca
they may have for the week. is
.J. A. A. TItIM. Ia
' V. P. Gil: s'nl has mov d al
his stuck of Ladies and chliidreus w
shoes, aItt fancy articles in the .pc
n'rith room of Mis. Al,b,tts is
st or whrt'e he will soil his stock
at cost.. 111h, looking for Ibar
Sgains wiil do well t, call andti ex- A
ainoie goods. C
. S s, a ho', Ihoes at t
cost at Gibson's, (Mrs. Abbotts tt
b uiiding). o
LouisIana is Best. m
Th,' Press s:ay.: H. F. E'lrar.
of 51t '-veport, is p,:-sIjte;i'g for ic
ric(. lauds in this parish M.
E:igarhas recentiy r,-.i. rIe".l 'f" m cc
I't extended I:ip to iha ei , mth
ii'S:.- i i r' : ill I'. EEl irOieo tsi ci
('iep- iii, otan seo nS I a c"-" -
"llete faiiu re from lack of water
landIt h :s rItu rued to Louisina 8a
where the water is assured.
Judging from Mr. Edgar's ex t
perience, other Texas prospec g
tuors will :iketly rett:ru to 'a!lcas- o
i.nlu w\hr.' the w;ater i.- pl-nty I
anid ri e ll ndlil still r!.is),:iable in
,:h-Ei't,: dory silks and c
fitte(' .,irt leso d ,is, etc. at =i,- a
son. (\!r. Ab ',,,t'-. builinig.) h,
" .-T Ein a!1e. adtljustable I;
unfl.Oi'skiEis ,t (;ibson's (-Mrs.
Abbots hIB:iing ) 22d3twl. c
S"' Fr 7r':iabio insurance see c
Moses &. St.. Germnain at Citizens I
t; gll.T"a ilt ('.lti l a Vnt W l'tk thi' Cold onfl.
:ii :a ! ."- i:-rni( Quinineti i T:ibletlcre. a
, t,,l ,tl r,, In hy. No Cure. NiO Pay
j Prc' ' i ',r t'E i
Ralpid Writer F'ountaon P1t'e-. t
Guaranoteed for fiy' vtyoi' s un.con
- ditionally t.t Hulburt's. t
Something new in carpets and
m;atting at thi Jennings "1dw.
E 7L ..Now is the time to buy ,il I
sltoEc if yo: expect to make mon- '
S0yv on your i,rvestmneut. Moses F
& Sit. .Gerimain can supply your
kh ' ..W;t', " clstci .is, oil tanks.
for" -':i'n n- r it"eservoIrs, sees J,
:3. ¢illini lg . JLnntuigs, La.
-;.1. o,r sale, m residence
1 property on Ca ry avenue. Write
me for price and terms, at Paris
IS Texas, Geo. N. Funk.
2:tM'."'ron:s & St. G(4ermin wil
Iii se!1l 'ou st,(ak in any oil etrnllany
to in .lennin is. See them at Citi
S5"Fr oil stock in aln ty of the
ii r'ntEt i.
I ;- 'T",'-llrl us a list ;:f twelve
au nonm' and address of those who
. (yonu th.ink are intetrest.ed in a
t ,usis. education, and receive
six cairdls with your, name beauti
. Addr,'ss New Orle:ans Busi
SC New Orleans La.
1st Ku.*w ,ludt, L o Are , i'uklitg
hi i t' tif ( vr * e t rescl'-i)tio nt, Els-s
Iitn ! i ',:t) ',1 ii r t Vy A l "l,-i intig
-, , i t , 'l a .iuply I-on-rt tl Y q' cinit e id
-,,. .... rifi No Ohire. No P dily.
For Rlenasts . a legl
bil:,ks o, every description, al.s..,I
.I : ri t-i ,of oil Itnd.r, r 11 ath
.: o..ir- ,n i ..rroetly Ixuted,
S r t,,.-. wia hi ulI1:fu-rnshed
r,,.,, . ,'-.n fi n - A e b " d llin
: . ffice. 28: tf
n - - . 1 aintt.h li"r cr ir ti furni
".1 nit. n:d matting. d288 -
Prospeets Good row All CeatBttS 11.N@t g->
to Beooame USqta -.
Oincinnati, Dec. 10.-iMuch interest is
taken here among the officers and BE
such delegates as have arrived for the let
convention today of the Amer- _
ican Federation of _Catholic societies.
Permanent organization of a ceutra?
combination of all Catholic societies -
is regarded as one of the most import- ar
ant steps ever taken for the churdh In d
America Although federation has the a
approval of distinguished prelates., it .ý
was thought there would be strong op
position to such organization, but so
far the indications are to the contrary. of
The lenders say is it not proposed to ns
interfere with the autonomy of the of
Ilibernians, Knights of St. John. th
Americanl Catholic Union, German at
Catholic Verein, Catholic Knights of tb
America or any other Catholic socie
ty, but to form a federation in which S1
they all will be represented for a com
mon purpose without changing the old be
organization in any manner. gi
The objects of federation are the ee- la
menting of the bonds of fraternal
union among Catholic laity and Cath
olic societies of the United States; bi
fostering of Catholic interests and E
works of religion, and 'especially edu- ni
cational and charitable; study of the tT
conditions in social life, dissemination lr
of truth and encouragement of the
spread of Catholic literature and cir* it
culation of the Catholic press.
BRIT.ISH COAL TRADE. t<
Situation Caulig. Apprehnsion and an
Outcry Agalnst Export Tax.
New York, Dec. 10.-The situation in ci
the British coal trade is causing a ca
great deal of apprehension on the part tl
of.owners and merchants, and there
is a resumption of the outcry against
the export tax which formed so prom
lnent a feature of Sir Michael-Beach's a
last budget. Coal exports have de
creased by 158,000 tons during the first
10 months of the present year, and the '
average days worked by the collieries c
has gradually fallen off, while in most
of the principal districts the supply is s
in excess of the demand. a
The iron industry, which usually ac
counts for from 35,000.000 to 40,000.000 d
tons a year. has greatly recuced its F
e consumption, owing to the reduction p
S in the number of furnaces in blast. In
the face of all this. new collieries c
which were begun and old ones which r
were reopened during the boom last I
* year are increasing their capacity,
and there is every probability of a con
Y sidernbly larger quantity of coal being 1
put on the market. 1
Prices have not yet fallen to any
thing like the level of three years ago, 1
but the decline that has already taken I
" place leaves them five shillings below 1
the high water mark of last year, and c
the tendency is to drop still lower. I
d Says Mar. 1e I habited. 1
Indianapolis. Ind., Dec. 10.-Prof.
Harker of the University of Indiana,
occ'ipying the thair of mathematics
and astronomy, made the assertion be- I
ii fore his classes that Mars is inhabited. 1
1- "The Martians," he said. "are a people 1
ýs of stupendous power and wonderful 1
1. engineering skill. Were it possible to I
signal to them they would undoubtedly 1
understand and reply." 1
Prof. Harker bases his deduction I
' largely on the fact that the "canals" 1
s on the planet show the handiwork of
thinking beings. "In all the thou- 1
sands of years of our history," he said, 1
;e "we have not succeeded in changing t
Ge the face of our planet to any such ex
tent as the people of Mars have
changed theirs. The inference, there
fore. that they are highly intelligent
beings follows as a necessity. It is
also probable that they exceed us in
y physical stature and strength to such
;i. a degree giat we would tie no greater
than liliputians in comparison."
Austln Ilaldiwls Dead.
:e New York, Dec. 10.--Austin Parker
Baldwin is dead at his home in this
city from an attack of acute bronchitis
lasting only a few days. Mr. Baldwin,
who was borjl in 1834, had lived in
New York nearly half a century. He'
was well known in steamship circles as
o10 head of Austin Baldwin & Co., agents
a for Baldwin Brothers' American and
' European Express company and of the
Alban State Bteamslip lile.
Clergraryman Dies of Cancer.
i New York, Dec. 10.-Rev. Arthur
Hughes, canon of the Church of Eng
land cathedral in Hamilton, Bermuda,
is dead in St. Lukes's hospital. He
was 44 years old. lie had been ill for
several months from cancer, An op
eration was performed, but he grew
i gradually weaker, finally succumbinag
to the shock of the operation. Hie had
not realized on leaving Bermuda the
scrlous- nature of his illness, for he
left his wife and three children there.
Manl.y eAIe TLand in leeland.
L Copenhagen. Dec. 10.-American cap
v italists are examining pyriteferous
-lands in Iceland w "h a view of pur
chasing or leasing t m from the gov
ernment. These properties were for
d merly leased by an English syndicate,
, whose concessions were revoked be
Scause the rent was not paid.
Negroes Ot a eanrlnag.
Andalusia, Ala.. Dec. 10.-Prelimlna
11' ry hearing of the negroes ,charged
with participating in the riot last
", week in which two white men were
'v killed, has begun here. The court
it room was crowded and on the out
side the Greenville company of mili
tia was on guard.
Three Perseas Killed.
Newton, Miss., Dec. 10.-Manager
Johnson of tue Postal Telegraph com
pany, his son and a negro driver were
killed three miles from town by a fall
st Inag tree. They had gone to repair the
i line when a tree fell across the road
crushing all to death,
Corbin, Ky., Dec. 1O.-riend _
Berry Howard,h, tb aho t.e id G
leader, made an attempt to rescue him tr
as he was being taken to Frelnkfott to :a
nswer an indictment .4ahat
with t4qpli0ity 1i thtý> rd ly
liam Goebel, for which lhe harq ~le, -r
arrested by Sheriff Broughtonta ad h V
deputy, who -got the drop :on 'RI6
and his body-gnard after iratn i `11
As soon as Howard was arrested,t h
friends, who hsd protected him flor
nearly two years, swore he should 4
never be taken to Frankfort. A g'ard '
of 25 armed men was maintained over i
the prisoner while here and ten .melt i0
accompanied Sheriff Broughton and a
the prisoner to Fratnkfort. i
When the train reached Pineville V
Sheriff Broughton and hils posqe $
boarded it with the prisoner and were
given one of the coaches which was
locked at both ends. At the same e
time, three men, friends of Howard,
boarded the engine. They covered
Engineer John Langan with pistols
and commanded him to back the b
train to Middlosboro. the intention be- S
long to rescue Howard where his ti
friends are greatest and where the v
mountains afford the quickest es
The engineer induced the men left s
to guard him to co to the assistance Ii
of Howard's friends and then pulled 1i
the throttle. Meantime, as Sheriff' C
Broughton and deputies had an ex
citing time with the rescuers but suc
ceeded in getting his prisoner aboara
the brain, the the train pulled out for
GIFT FROM CARNEGIE. .s
H. l. Ito boonsts 10.o00,00 0 to Oluse
of tl.nlvrtity ixa.nsta m.
Washington, IgDec. 10.- --Andrw Car
seales is to give $10,000,000 to the
cause of university extension in the
t United States. Announcement of this 1l
great gift to education will be made i
at the white house tomorrow. Mr.
Carnegies was in Washington a few
days ago and took luncheon with
President Roosevelt and details of the
plan were fully discussed.
Mr. Carnegies has thought best to
s create a national board to handle this
a munificent benefaction. President
t Roosevelt probably will name such a
board for Mr. Carnegie, or at least set
g in motion the machinery which shall
lead to a national organization.
According to ti:e plans prepared by
Mr. Carnegie and his advisers, the
a national organization is to have its
v headuarters in Washingon, but its
d operations are to extend throughout
the United States, the 'work to be
carried on in co-operation with uni
WVestern J,,1cv:y (lub 3tlting.
a Chicago, Dec. 10.---What promises to
be one of the most interesting of wes
i. tern Jockey club rmeetings is in ses
e sion here. The hoard of stewards
I pmet and elected officers and to ar
o range dates for noxt y :a". but be
y sides this a general adjustment of
trouble and rivalries among "outlaw
n ed" tracks will take psce. f.ocal
horsemen believe after the meeting
f western turf matters will pass under
_ :-. exclusive control of this nr::aniza
tion. It is announced that opposition
g to St. Louis tradits nt the fair grounds
and the Delmar. whirlh heretofore
e have been a thorn in .Iockey club's
side, will become strong allies.
In a Danee nt 1300 Yv.-r.
n Chicago, Dec. 10.-Mrs Wilhelmina
h Eichenberg, living at the (lerman old
r people's home at Altenheim, danced
and sung on the morning of her 100th
birthday. None of the eighty-six old
people at the home was as happy as
r she. She placed her arm about the
s waist of Miss Schmitthusen. the ma
s tron, and led her a t.wo-"tep. Her
,, first words when she awoke were: "I
n am so happy." Mrs. Eichenberg was
[e' born in Lauenstein, Hanover, Ger
is many, Dec. 7, 1S01. Her maiden name
ts was Linnemann. In 1825 she was mar
d ried to Conrad Elchenberg, a miner.
Amnerlean Federation of Labor.
1Sranton, Pa., Dec. 10.-The commit'
teen on resolutions engaged the attes
tr tion of the American Federation of La
- bor at this morning's session. T'he
-, committee reported a number of res
[a olutions and delegates immediately
r proceeded to consider them. The first
- resolution considered was one pledg
w ing the assistance of the Federation to
Z the Journeymen Tailors' Union of
d America in contests for free shops.
e The resolution was adopted.
Colonel Donlphan Dead.
St. Joseph, Mo., Dec. 10.-Col. John
Doniphan, a hero of the Mexican and
- civil wars, and for 50 years prominent
s in the affairs of Missouri, died at his
r- home in this city. Colonel Doniphan
- was born in Ohio in 1826. He was an
¢" Odd Fellow of national prominence,
C, and was the first president of the
e- Kansas City, St. Joseph and Council
Flrst Snow Storm nto Tesas.
a" St. Louis, Dec. 10.-Telegrams from
sd Texas report the first real snow storm
st of the season prevailed over north
re ern and northwestern Texas Sunday,
. accompanied by cold weather. Ranch
t men tear heavy loss of live stock in
1i- the lower and central Panhandle sec
tions where the cattle are thin and
feed and water scarce.
er ILawyer Wund Dreed.
a- New York,Dec. 10.-John ratgen, at
ie one time a wealthy and prosperous
11- real estate lawyer in this city, has been
be found dead in the Progress hotel lodg
ad ing house near the Bowery. uonsump
tlon is siven as the cause of Lsl death.
Son. ia. r5r _.
ed- Is it entrayed. o
Stribaver w. eait. M
whe down eem bil"ed as l -
nI ste. Thoni ' de coach w :.- -
i upon its atsie also bur4
i b flidt car trelloI I -
wasr also destroyed. Two siepe'w
ia swi ed.
The person killed was Juliae thsy
stons. a s swes t iouerbs. cGa.d
SThe naioanlaLNtV but ain aFlseg
a d ondlon, Dec. . e
S .tormhvre swet oIe r am.
s catthehmeni f the C3 tac Natfea v
Sbe ejected from ts deosn hinpbil r.
. garded as intruders by t he m Cbe! ew .
tribal governmeont. Many o oda the
s who own g sthou7.s of bead th
tle have berense ted with Ijieatmet
notices. This order has ert co
t sternathonraingi cttemenu. The step
e is sseing to r the, a uposle or p t
d lotting graing pland. Herhaeto e the
e cattlemen haie refused to vs qt the
sisew Is .Seetnud.
, London, Dec. 10.-Severe - fo
r storms have swept over Scotland and
many parts rf England. Railroad tratl
now ofin the highland ie much inteeredn
with by the storm.' King ' Edward
' left Sandringham for Londan in the
Smighdst of a blThursdai ot -
Manila, Dec. 10.-The United St
e ThPhilippine commission has-tsat ofp
act uthor, Ill.,ng the ingrular titude for the
e agent to draw mone infrom thold use theof
Ia payment gt supplies purchased. as the
S Dr. Miles' Nervin prompted
"It affords merchants great pleasurItuse to sell goods fd
Fimy teimnto the ry elent
I aMemphis, De. s .-Rof epots find itrom
h Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, North.,
ae and South Carolina state that the irri .
snow of the season fell Wdnaeours
Snight and Thursdonic and strength-y.
Dr. Miles ---Ek---- nd
_ The above portrait is that of
Sgo, Ill., whose gratitude after t with
i t benefit received from the use of
s. Dr. Miles' Nervi, nest prompted
her to mte this sthe r you nt:
It T ei for ome rea hore or ath hdd
my tedrim -- toe want teo sellnt
an mert' of Dr. Miles' Neryine. Alroupe
d what eeds you buy. I n it
ail soothes thc tired brain. quiets the irri
t.h tated nwrcc an i in.sres restful slroe.
id I never feel eras-nt, dithý't a bottle
as of it in the house." rztrf:;;!r r-urs,
hN C&ius Iir-s KR EL OW.
he Countess Mcrclstd.
e Miles' Ner vine
as is a nerve tonic and strength
r- buiidcr that starts right in ce
°O storing health immediately,
to woe r. -tr ylour trsoe is th.
of Mileed line. W. are akter it with