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ICUD4I. DlCMIII II. 1M7.
art Curt U a vtrr close reader
Of U tdTUUllSj COllBBt tbtM
Hawaii kec at peoted all along to
wafct p Christmas moralag U t'l
It Sam's stock Is.
lAiirtu fotBj through Faltoa
o eay of the railroad will do well
to egala their shooting Irons
oaTinlnt. Beitlaa't defender."
art agala sice play oa their arms.
Tbb a til manufacturing laltrMU
art to be gathered lalo a gigantic
trait. Nearly every laaporUat maa
afactarlag iaterest la the Ualted
State I aow aadtr a trust' proUe
Matob Sciwaab. of Faltoa. it
aid to to la reedlasss to toot that
aw mill whistle for low' assist,
aac apoa th loatt appeeraae of a
mot oat Uo part of I'acle 8am to
out! BuUaa from Do postoffi:.
It It about timo for that daek who
la la th asaoatifa affleo of Iowa to
gt la potlUoa to shut hit eyes to
another traatf rtttloa oa tho part of
his militia of tho law of hit staia.
Faltoa It ea tho rga of riot agei.
All the rol. voapilsg plat ad
brtot U Faltoa have bea gathers,
ap aadtr tho direction of Marshal
rfeaaett, aad tho pocket of tho
heart thara art bulging with them.
Tho people aro fair! spoiling for
aauther ttht aad are rtad for it.
Tna WhltesM coaaty tpeoial la
Jaaetioa mUl. which hat Uea la i
ttato of aatpoadtd aaimatioa alar .
fade (lest threw It oat of rear hut
September, la aaid to ho fettla la to
shape to raa afaia -this Umt agaiast
tho go vera meal Faltoa la oaca
mora oa tho erg of riot.
Evaar tai payer receipt for te
paid thowa that the auto tai has
beta laereatod ) per eeat Soaa
our taa receipt aad joa will ate
ow yo aro being robbed. The la
dicatioaa are at preteat that t
Ttar'a atato Utea wUi ho N per coat
higher till. Taaatr la aa eiptailTe
Br a raoaat Ceclaloa of tho aa
pramo eourt ef Iliiaott. tho sheriff of
tho eoaat U gite the cere aad
attodr of tho aoart house. The
law holda the sheriff rttpoatibU for
the bulldiag aad raqairoe that he tara
It aver to hie aaoceator la proper
thape. By this decision the aheriS
la gt tho power to appolat the
jaaltor. which hat beta doae here
tofora by tho board of superiors.
01 of tho thing that waa aot
treated oa la the tnesetg of the pres
idents oao of tho Important omis
sion waa that of tho growing aum
bar aad power of trusts, ramarka the
Faoria Herald. It may alto bo
tated that thia waa a aabjeat that
waa aot mtatioaod la the republlcaa
platform. There aro reaaoaa for thia
omltaioa. which Ifark Uaaaa eoaM
probably five it ho felt ao dlipoted.
Taa afrrlealtaral esperimeat aU
tloa of tho CalTariity of Iiliaolt hat
completed the prelimiaary work oa
agar btelt grow a la lUlaola. Urer
400 aamplea wf re aabmitted. aad the
aaaljaia thowa aa average of a frae
tloa ever U per teat of aacokariao
matter. From theeo tamplea It la
lattried that tho to gar beet eta be
prodtabiy growa la all He tolia of
the atate, eaoept pcrhape la aomo of
tho w hlte city tollt la tho toathira
UrriciAL opiaioa at Wathlagtoa
eemo aafavorablo to tho propstlUoa
of Oklahoma atatehood. Uatahoma.
of eoarto. kaa goao aboat la the
wroag way. la order to get tho tar
of the preaeat admiaietratioa, what
ihfleld hate btea doae waa for a
baktr'a doaoa foreiga lattrlopera to
ti tVamvaaMa1 1
Aa. ihmic4.iu rtataa, m ia
. atwiau a mat -a .1 m
ia nan wi nMm
Aitnawa- iiuraiAi. a
overthrow by force the legitimate
government, aot an a aham rapabllo
oier tho hoada of tho majority of the
citiitaa, aad thea negotiate aa an
attaUoa treaty. That would hare
paa throngk with a rath Quincy
OOMal PreM4tae r Tteteeaaf a
. m aaMtkaa.
CityCbaacil Room. Sock T.l.nrf
Deo. It, 1897. The council met in
apectai aetaioa at S o'clock p. m.,
hlaTor Modill Dreildinir knd mi th
aldermea preteat etcpt Aid. Nelann
" ciera reaa iaa cait, wkich k
Bock laland. Ill . Ui it. if or
A. D. Hutting, City Clerk. Dear
Ola. V I . . . .
u. ia wui piaMo can a apectai
mettinff Of the Citv conneil tar Mnn.
day. Dm IS, 1897, at t o'clock p. m.
br lotpurpoteoi lBiptcuogtne par
lar oa Flrtt arena and on Sanntti
aTeaae, aad auch other bualncaa aa
may properly come before the meet
lag. By order of
T. J. MEDILL. Jr.. Mvnr
Tha council on motion nf Aid.
Concaaaoa took a receta ro Intpect
the paring oa Firtt and Seventh are-
Oa rtatiembling Aid. Johnioa
moved that the crin7
aue between Siiteenth and Twee
iieia etrttta be acoepted, on condition
bbi .a iiici a rfonnaon company
vuiwur mil ueieciB in inn nrinv
aiu. f onnaoa movea tbtt the mumr
at v w k. ...
and eity elerk bo authoriied to aett.e
with Flick A Johatoa Conitructloa
compaay for the Improvement of
Firtt avenue between Sixteenth and
Twentieth etrette. Carried unani
Aid. Lohee moved that the paving
oi atresia avtnne Dttweea Tweirth
and Saventttth atreets be accepted.
Aid. Maucker moved aa an amend
ment that 10 Mr cant of tna nit.'
proportioB of the oott bo withheld
from tho Flick A Johatoa Conttrno-
tua eompaay antil all defecteare
remedied. Amendment carried, IS
ayee (ball eicated from votlrr). Toe
motion aa amtaded waa then
adopted, 13 to 1. Aid. Gall not vol
Aid. Dauber moved that the mnr
aad city clerk bo authorized to aettlo
with the Flick A Johnson Conitruo-
uoa compaay for the paving of Sev
th avenue between Twelfth and
-"-veatttnth ttrttta. Ctrried. Aid.
1 !! etcnted.
Z itj . . . .
iu. ncn.iQj morea ni t. 61.
Siant be givta permission to con
atct at hit own axpente hia residence
with the aewer oa Forty-third atreet
General Manager J. F. Lardner,
of the Tri-City Railway companv.
addressed tho city council la regard
tot ha location of railroad track In
front of tho company'a premises on
Stooad avtono, urging the council
to reooaaider the action taken in
patting tho ordinance.
C U Walker, la behalf of the C .
o. y Kulway company, addrctaed
the coaaoil ia tUDoort of the nro.
vitiona of tho crdioaoco patted by
Aid. Keanedr moved thtt tha mat
tar of the ordinance bo laid over
until Btit Saturday tvtnlng.
Aid. VTheelan moved ae a tnbitl
tuu that tha action taken in patting
tht ordinance aa the laat regular
meeting do reconiiaerea.
Substitute carried, 9 to 4 (Conean
BOB. JohnBOB. Dauber and Kannal
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Whee-
A. U. tlCCSlNO.
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In What Does it Consist and How
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place cf every word, iu a pt rfect novel
the place, if not of every word, cf ev
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The pertoa who disturbed tha Ann.
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TUESDAY, DEOEMBBK 14. 1897.
HORSE SHOW HEROINE.
ailw Boltoway Is a Bider of Great Skill
The heroine of the recent horso ahow
was Alias Marian Holloway.
: During one of the afternoon perform'
anoefl Of hlc-h inmntn. tiinlv 11c. TTI.
loWAT had ttlA mnnnt nn CI Ranilnh
Snowden's Richmond and spurred ber
hone for a leap over the 4 foot 8 Inch
fences. She was the only woman in the
ring, and a burst of applauso followed the
Buccvssiiu topping ox the brusn fence, but
there was a shrink nf norma whan Via
gelding took off too closely to the fence
nuu icu oocKwani -upon tne pincKy rider.
The hone fell among tho poles, and
Mhw Holloway was pinned beneath him
from her waist down. Richmond plunged
nas nottowAT at tue house show.
and struggled, but Miss Holloway niado
no attempt to cxtricato herself, ehowing
complete- self control by makinc even? ef
fort to keep tho horse from getting up,
inougn nc weigod woro than ball a ton.
Judaea and c rooms mshed to her aid.
asist(xl tho liurse to arise, and then
watehed the young woman wonderlngly
as she nonchalantly brushed tho dust from
hrr riding habit Not fur a moment did
the fair rider loso her none, and after a
few minutes' rest she remounted Rich
mond and, am.'d tho wildest applause
heard during the horse show, took every
Jump of the duuMo circuit.
Miss Holloway is a slender girl of grace
ful figure and Is only 18 years cf ago. Sho
is tho daughter of J. Holloway. a wc.ll
known horso breeder, and her homo Is at
Chevy Chose, Md., near Washington. Sho
has for several years been considered tho
loading lady rider of tho Chevy Chase
After ber mishap In tho Madison Square
uarrten arena Jliss Holloway was seen b?
a Sunday World reporter, to whom she
talked interestingly about her career as a
follower nf the hounds and an enthusiastic
"That littlo incident in Madison Square
Oarden was nothing." said Miss Holloway
uuerwnru. "1 don t Know how many
times I have been thrown or fallen from
my saddle and been pinned under my
horso iu exactly the same manner as I was
"I never lost mynervo while rldinir.
and am just as cool when there is an acci
dent as I am now. To lose one's ncrvo
would bo a very silly thing to do, for a
person needs self control in a crisis like a
riding accident if she ever needs it.
"When I find myself pinned under my
iiorse (i never let go tno reins, mind you),
I hold htm down and just lie there until
help comes. If I should givo him a chance
to gt up, he would more than likely tram
ple mo to death, or at least injure me
"Tho thought that somoof my bones
might be broken never makes mo losa my
nerve, i always come out all right,
though, and was never seriouslv hnrt I
have never been so badly bruised even that
I had to 6top Riding for any leDgth of
COLLEGE GIRLS BRANDED.
Trouble or Secret Society Initiations at
(.Diversity or Cincinnati.
The Greek soeietv initiation fnniuhnns.
has recently broken out in virulent form
in ino l niversity ot Cincinnati, greatly to
tho distress of the faculty of that respecta
ble institution and the imllun.-itimi fit fin ni n
parents whoso boys and girls havo suffered
There was a sensation a few wrks ago
Whan it WilS found that tlin li..t.i Th..tn ui
fraternity had branded Greek letters on
we iorcncas oi tno two sons or General
Andrew llickcnlooper, and tho boys were
disfigured for life.
This branding is a part of every Beta
initiation, but heretofore it has been dono
on sumo part of tho body where it did not
CIBL STCDEXT'S BRASDED FOOT.
show and in such a way that it disap
peared in a few days. The statement is
lnado that it waa Usually dono with Iodine
The excitement over this case was mild
compared with that which ensued when it
was found that the girl students had liecn
initiating tho young men in the branding
business. There is a girls' sorority at the
univ.ft.ity e!lod the V. C. P. Tho initi
ate into this society this fall were Miss
Edith C.in.DbtlL Misa Ti.iisr ti.u
SUJla Goss, Miss Mabel i-pellmiro and
aiargarw r-pciimire. When Miss
Cam aboil was initiated lntnl..i
tion, she was branded on the foot with the
criers . lj. 1'.
The material with which bIiav-v. hn,-i.
ed was nitrate of silver. As a result sho
was abseut from her work at tho univer
sity for about three weeks. Tho matter
Was reported to tha facnltr. anil It ..4
ed to investigate. It was found that other
initiates had been branded on the hands
and wrists, bnt with thn mvntinn r ti
Campbell a cat there hud been no serious I
THE SULTAN OF TURKEY.
Ex-Hlalster, Terrell Pays Tribute to Hia
Charm of Manner.
Hon. A. W. Terrell, formerly United
States minister at Constantinople, con
tributes "An Interview With the Sul
tan" to The Century. Mr. Terrell says!
The sultan is over 50 years old. of
medium height, with clear olive com
plexion, dark hair, high forehead and
large dark brown eyes. The habitual
expression of his face is one of extreme
sadness. Though the pashas who attend
his palace when ministers or embassa
dors are entertained are decorated with
regal splendor, he always appears in
plaiu garb, wearing a red fez, a frock
coat and trousers of dark blue stuff and
patent leather shoes. A broad service
sword with steel scabbard, which he
holds sheathed in his hand, completes
the costume. Sometimes a single decora
tion is worn on his breast. When he is
seen thus plainly attired in tha throne
room of hia palace, on the first day of
the feast of Bairam, seated on an otto
man covered with cloth of gold, to re
ceive the congratulations of his civil
aud military chiefs, who are all radiant
in uniforms and decorations, the con
trast is very striking. No Christians
but those of the diplomatio corps ever
witness this impressive ceremony, which
is conducted with the order tfiat distin
guishes a military review, but with an
oriental servility that an American finds
it difficult to understand. On such occa
sions Osman Pasha stands at the sul
tan's left, holding a cloth of gold scarf,
which all reverently kiss after saluting
No sovereign in Europe is more court
ly or refined iu entertaining his guests,
aud few can be more agreeable in con
versation. In his personal intercourse
with foreign representatives he is aliko
free from that stilted dignity which re
pels confidence and from that absence of
real diguity which invites familiarity.
When I first diued at tho palace, the
sultan sat at the head of the table, with
Mrs. Terrell at his right and myself at
his left Osman Pasha, Ismael Pasha,
the former khedivo of Egypt, tho grand
vizier and other ministers of state were
tho other guests.
Nothing could excel the excellence of
tho cuisino of which ho partook with
his guests, tho table service and decora
tions, the magnificence of the dining
room or the excellence of his wines,
which always remain untasted except
by Christian guests. Each pasha wore
the insignia of his rank, blazing with
stars and decorations, while the plain
costume of the sultan was alone in har
mony with my own. No armed men
stood guard at the palace doors, and ex
cept a detail from the imperial guard,
who always salute a foreign representa
tive on his arrival, uo soldiers have ever
been seen by me within the palace walls
on any of the occasions when I have
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patrons own us to be. Soyoocant
blame as for crowing when we have
won the tight on your ahlrt fronts,
collars, cuffs and shirt waists. We
do the best work In town, and are
looking for your bundle. Shatlwe
get it King phone 1214.
HcCoy's New European Hotel
WB. CUM AH VAI I0REI ITS.
Oae block fram C R. I. A P. an
la. R. &. .11. S. RallraaA 4rpa(.
Improvements costing $75,000.00 have
just been completed, and the house now
offers every convenience to he found in any
hotel, including hot and cold water, electric
light and steam he.it in every room.
Rates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class rrtiurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY, 0wKr as4 PrvyrktMV