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The people's journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1891-1903, November 12, 1902, SUPPLEMENT, Image 2

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1232 J. C. Jennin.gs. et, .tl., GuardlngCorpne .. ...... ............. 1 (
1233 Andrew fluckstone, et al., Digging (rave.. .... ...... .... 1 0
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1287 Pepples Joutrual, .Advertisipg ..----- .. . . ........ 50 0
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' have i,1)o Iti
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sl)Cas ify g that te Ior) i n ia r ii t u e a t i correc1't coy. f
'iethregh hpelople.ony nwrioro lik
Ti'(. tbnkt 'c tno nf. twtl)iQ ton tiit. imea, Io the bet.
engeder dosr1kfls emi('ll (eeof ft tihe' etil('ounttv onUissone
of. thei ioii r s e lti
if ater -h e~.
artie remi ea~ mn~ l'I-...........1 Ml
and od loigpprlS.ho Fx.......1 Mls
afs hat tha dy............sil
teo the bostempiOUNT To.tv AIlltaes..........1t:/ry,ls
on he uthr o &es U t icns.. fo .. Ot.oe h '190:n.
enis andtnga
plOnty. The tr '-'t'No. 19 lill3s.t,10
ed, nd te b ty School ami s.ecia Tx. 49ueligoe.n
speak AUDIgTOR'e NODoa ('ommuct.tio 55,ad Taxl.
Tre thankfr Aomces rais supa-es fork el- iseni -et- c
l a spir of f0o2, tote al is aereb exemp by law, 'il bme cc
liab der sesirens ounywi pn oprhoocinoftx
boaderarfulilme. "t ot". b law."' Unle' ""'ld a \I' pdy b
information n ene.say ftoaxationoareupo to tlblCs- lwysw
the unpaersn the p
aund oing alpmnnroa school1e Tax.. ....... .. ns.rec
fo tato,aI the pepe rens.z...... ..nd .. .. ...cs-i aybl
affadirsotatts r ay,aod ..... .. ....iMn
fodl the cne m b1. ;t~,'jr otei
heyeacknowledgitn dansR. 3. bnd o striae fo wnsipl, :n
on theVSR A uor of a. td~1 vog o ele~ig
ens R.1. bond f Pkst-te ownsht
th cntnunc o -,
flu Wtor NotiGo
s''ATENlk:\'I' 01' .\)l)1''l()1'8 Al'1i N'TM'ENT -' 0 TAIi ;i 1'L'NS
F-OlR T1llE Y) A1t 19O:;
OPI('I-.' ()I ('Otl''PT -.\w in)r0 {.
I'iekt'ls (' unty S. ('.. Nov\inbe'7, 190;2.
I'ht' .\<di1to r's boo:ki will be Ole' n'td in lhe fir ['sl da- of .1'atliuary, 190:, for
h4' p lupose of takilig reltur'is ut' real a1141 l t'rahnatl p rup)el't' ma polls,
Indl f r aw ll M1pe"tilal t ax: t ion in p'it"e'i4 ('ounty,.
I' l1t' (h4 11 't' fiten ' of 114' Ihe pIthli(', 14t"h fIIlO%l n'i ; ap)Oil ituents aje a -tt
six .\lile - loiinlt , .:a 11uary 5 1h, I l:.
l hIuun ''l'I \lIy, .1:tinuaIry Gi h. 1I1t:;.
n tit ra I \\ 'tdt1esd ay, .1:l nua ry i h, I!9u:i.
I h111''t h T I'hur: 0h Iy, .I;I n4 uml ry 4 I4 h, I! n:;.
eiirrty I -riday.\' .lanuary 9th, : .uu:;
I! I'it en aItnurdlay. .I l:u ryv lilthI,.. I!Iw:.
I ":a Il'\ .\lulltl v, .1;tIll iay 1: th I !)I):;.
E .IIvy T 'ue'(lay, .1a li r 1:;tIt. 11:11: ;.
1 C (rt;\\-ill Wedt" ne''ch:i.l . .haun,a ry. I It h, 1! u:;.
( ' s l''I:nI Thutr < y .:a utar' 1:>'b, t u4:;.
1 I. 1 r'.I SiI op |-'rii y, n . 1 au : y lV th, ln::
'i I: n - -Sa 4t Ihi .1 .l l nu:lry 1 ; h It. IIf::.
4 lus-'h('s' Sht4or' -- .\Int . I:In11:1r"\ ) It. . .1a i 1.1. :11 I :.
ll l'a nl iniaw \"t- t(lay. . :'nma-, -: .- I' u-- .
\ikt-u': 1utor 'IThurstilay, .l:ann ;:r\ I, l:ui:;.
1':1 I.4' II'Illh .>I 'sI h '' Uh -i<dent' - -I"-'rilla\' .1a- i tary 2 " 11903.
I'it'l,t a - t"' nr'OiI.y, .1:141ry" '2.1 t. .
\Iile4s ' .44 lrt't 'I . \IintlI\' 1 ;ln ar 't':h,ii. I !1u'((:;. 4. I44, lIti ~ 'it
(14'41 fll' 4:1:44-rd,' 191:4.
-'i\lh - (-r tu .\lai h y . : ua y ' : r:. tu: .
11 IA \ r41I" the st4 ', .lanua.'\', 11;, \,.ill I i. , 11 (. 1ith". I'tkitkens (t1ur1at
I
Ilt:s e, i tonitliniu4 int l 1 1 t1 i i-t'e : : I: 4 -, I4 "111 . 1-1<1 r 19 : 1, after w hich
1lt e I1' the 4 l \'i wil hbe t4 1bt' d a41 Iis'yu I,t Iu.i r ' et' nt il . tI'y ill be adI -
5 th'd for non-r lt I'r.
In otr11 d et-r to .:l\- t.nfn.i"in 1m1 i: i :1441. i l , it i\"iII .l t.
t I I Il I .s li,' 11 t1' I iII )44' 1 't"4.11 1 ', :11t .11 1e"'::44 1 11iiS. I 1)\\I111 ' r(11
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1 1rt t r t1ibh to -po '-: lilt-mnt are'.' rttuti :4 t O mee 1 n''..t t1 .\' ' tlitutr on
b hi. rI-)lnals anId he p)re"1)red"tl 1',""\t fIII i:I- , u in as to his prorul t y%
an0 t 'e' i tllt an nulnhtr o' the 1. "hItu1 <i,trict in whih he li t's and in
w0\4"hi4) h i I4 I'Ip rty, liable fVr 4ax' a I n, i *iuualt-'
1 Shl l a.1 hli- u able tt meet t' .\4lit or I 11 hli" r n IS, it w\ill he to)
- their in t'ret". IItos e htimn in his t ffit-t' befurl his :> l<>: are' (htSedO In the.
20It h ol' I-t'brua ryv 11 I1'::.
.\I l 'ra n : n (\nin' l rt' ly in any\- district tr <li rits in .-lhichI 1 there
3 Is I ser i.'alI lIe.vy\ fo t so'oI 11l p rl)u.e : r1 let reteh.: - 10 I g t he' v altiue of any"
40 .nth prp e rt. y .u ujeit' t' I' . 1 p"tial 1 e' v I'I r . -1'. u> l 1pm-1p) st' s,
1 No r trnl'S ml.l t' by mail will he a ,-t -r'-' . : I1 ll (41 rt'tl r tlint
all isrs n l wn1' ing pi I r11wrty n i,: 1 t 4it 4I' 1axation
It) perlt1' I t .'sonlall' or I' a!-t 4 1 : )' c1:4 1 "1 1 I -I 1 t . I' for
n' lilt 1144 ' l l4'' 14 . tl'':111 1'') 1'l1 111 1:1' 1"t" 14'l 1 ,4 s '144 tl 4 14
St' \14 i l .a\"('4144 ltlrh tilnt' i 11 I\ ):I ' ll 444 ,11 !: I 4(4 iu. 44 4 1: '
. wil .av inu h finat"ap:ao s,auilita.1e' Iht- work of
Ithe A1sssr, if* very p-son befr.-l 1 h1). , %ill ulal:t" t,ut aI -'1114
1 4ltt list 441 t'\'vau- itemln of per n:,111: : . r:i-. t'it, fullu 'n.i o r .
5 ll rs(s, 1eat lt', l le' , sh"ep1 4 1n'1 44 a44 t i , \:. n . -. rga-: a41el piaos,
10 huggie's, wa":.r1INs and1 ?arri.:e". Ih--" m'-:-,- 1 1 ::Wh nlle'ry'.11 an l' inecs,
m o n ' s, n o te s a n d 'ne'u n nts a b o v e)\ t' i i le th tt':I " " :I U(l a ll lt h e r p ro p e r ty ,
)0 in1'ludinlg 'house'htl( gtiidt .
5 It is alw:iy' s rr(l irt'<I that lte .\114itur gt'1 .he lir' g-i\ti na'11g'ill in ull.
11 lin'nder ' the h a0l ut 1at' 4- 1 r1'siOnide ' 4 ls t1114 ( -4 - , \'.i ' I ht' (1,4. l1
or i n the I4' esInntry' . .\nt1 if li:irl li'-14 ii' til I n 41 :1n pit sd. 414 sIl rtis 1 a.p4 r
inV 4 one 4. tnusip 4a44d1 a pt in44 anoth4' - i:l' n'is 4115(,'1~4 (-'fy. giIinig 1(he
Neeli r,1' I' I14'''5141( a l ilst ; l I t' :1[ I ., yet .ir 4*4e Iii t:' ill':4 * :i th o Ith \i 4'Iior
.(.onftlierate' I ertnst;i-s-(ex11-pte4.
tav r y t llng-th m Ilt e t m1t41ak re 4t'-n m-IIg hy 41 o re ur ig for1II
tieatterelvl thereo. it .pr; gumm-n4.444''l at I4Ihes (han its )41
1450'espectt 4'iIi I '445(I 11lly,484 sl
I' lwI(4 OreA-- 1 0l('M 4 N-lOM) 0re44 ll'|14(4 4''ilit110' I 41-(1)c'o
- --C 1411' '1-M Is i'-4.4 Ie E4let- gnl ~tiIe i'Ilt..t44' fi t1 41Iilii o I
Mc'rlaonor (I'.iiy 44elel4rnted--11nne Ig
oTnNItt New ork-IteI(V', o iat
KeeOr-It)ankerESOtANewN NrWennR
--IButler's 4 'e n0t-- ngle 1.4'441 I fnte- 1P, No4.10-~ o hlnlc
tumn I)ta414e 3letingy 14a 4t 44enning.-A 1t1141IS(f1w h4I'olISci yo
541o 04' , 441 - i tl Ii iet analS1)404 (Ign t ate.
lI4)e~io4 44'45 2X't0( 11g 8It4244..41 Itrn ..'1 stree' fto t;u. ihi.l hl. (4404
44l'4~1C4' (f 1)2 (i4'i' S44iOiO, '0~ 'V it i 1)erl tib rs (I f he801 3'
ro.seii'ta.tri'oI('t-i'/s424ul. '1el, I,0i'(I 11)'synew
~. orss i 804 4101114't1'4'. t 444'45 - rIC VEayIr Os AGpiANEISEno OREr
11011808he 1s1anotheer'insta(If 1of(a member of
1not P.'O10414o'd 444110404'01 th i'i erved1) thelll 44.ile of sheiIci en ye.ar't
L"ondohn, ioa10.-Then.urnout, o it.l4'lp4tII~t i aeo
'b l to pop lae toa y stre wt nes t .hener t eAi n staS cey o
tr:~he Cgs,o ean yoear, whoreathe BoANER ATh aNEWa ObAeS h
t.i ,te, teC hog apl thei \\korf-.\.18, taN. The- speaker.
trety fSrmen tahe fouresyters, life-bat. A4Clerlgt ha, edtordof the l)eview1o
11m1end keees ofepin torlest ev lrgeste lW 'stI e t4)r. .ylhte,
Couta wer 'hs orshp aS're llIid Pres'idtoratie of ther'a
e.en-bta,ie estoens The Lor mayor' .~ii~''f801) 04 4'ic4cnee
e araewa rw y ih ht
at 10 o'clock tomorrow riiorui.,
'lIulaie liall. At. the headqlua.rters
tle loeil secretary there was a bu.
scene todity. The registers were th.
objective point of a large crowd of
bauncers and. .visitors from- ubroab,
who had to "witaind.take,their :turn
at _registerlng a:nd-yeaeivg.:..h,.:f,
fleial drede.tits in the :.orm of a
card encased: in- a. neatly- engraved
silver case, i nd'a buttdn to display oil
the lapel 6F the coat. Toinorrow's
exercises will be opened by President
Myron T. Iterriek of Cleveland, and
addresses of welcome will be deliv
ered by Governo-r Heard, Mayor Cap
deville and "R. MA Walinsley, presldent
of .the New Orleans clearing house.
l'le reading of various reports will
occupy the remainder of the day.
BUTLER'S CASE CALLED
Columbia, Ma., Nov. 10.-'he case
of Col. Edwurd Butler, adjourned
from October 15, was called for trial
today be fore Jludge -.Hockada.y.
('ol. Butler is 4% pronitienlt Demo
eratic leader of St. Louis. and ha.s to
face the charge of attempted briber
in securing the garbage contract for
that city. Owing to'the prominence
of the accused- and the gigantie mu
nicipal sea ndlals recently unearthed
in St. Louis tihe trial --of Col. Butler
wII att rart. widespread attention.
SINGLE STATEHOOD
Oklahoma City, O. '1'., Nov. 1O.-The
sin,rh- utotehood executive committee
met here today to discuss the advisa
bilitly of calling a. third conventioi
ai to consider the question of fram
lng a State constitution and furthaet
demand admission into the Union of
tit at es. The promoters of the move.
ma, represent -t'hose favoring the
im(ilission of Oklahomna and Ii(lialr
territories as a single State in 01)1)o
sit ion to those who desire to havt
Oklahoma admitted alone.
RULED.OFF JOCKEY'S SUITS
I'aris. Nov. 10.-''he suits for dam.
ages brought by ,John lIeifY and Miu
ton Ileury, the American jockeys
agaainst the Jockey Club beejuse 0
that. body's action in revoking thein
licenses to ride in ra.ces,' and thus de
priving them of at means of livelihood
.aae up for hearing today.
The sentence of the French Jocke
club revoking the jockey licenses o
John Iteitf and Milton Henry caulset
a turf sensation when it was an
nounced on October 12. At the tim<
it was stated tha-t the action wa:
taken on evidence secured by de
teetives of the French police depart
mcnt, the offense specifically chargei
that" the jockeys had "prevente
favorit.es from winning." 'T'hqe proof
iwresented by the detectives tha
llenry and Reiff had been implicatei
in racing frauds were accepted a
final by the Jockey Club, nnd sentene
w; als pronounce in a manner that lef
nO chance for the accused riders t
al)leal from the decision reache
t1nder the international agreement
existing between racing otlicial,r th
action of the ,Jockey Club also har
Iteili' and Hlenry from riding am
where in Europe, the United State:
('anada and Australia. On this thei
suit s for 'damages are based, 11:
,jockeys contending that t,iey wei
pnlished unjustly. They each ask fo
$10,000 damages.
BRITISH SHIPS GO SOUTH
I la i fax. N. S., Nov. 10.-Tlhe flag
sipi Airiannio andi t.he other ships
lie Bmiitish NorthI A tlanatic squtadro
,ail for the Sout.h today.
AUTUMN MEETING AT BENNINGS
to lIenmnings todlay on the occasion
thei( opening of the autumn mneetin
ori the W~ashinagtoni Jockey club fomm
he grounds in splendid condition an
far' mioret at tracntiv'e t.hana in previoui
yecaris. A iter mations anad impr)mov'eet
imaude dur ing' thle summencr h.av ~e t ramn
form'iued t.he triac'k in to one of thI
fast est, andl safest in traoe c'ountrin
'I hie mfect ing prom ise's to be' a sucecei
ini e'lei' wlay. New~ atndu attractiv
stakes anad hanad ica ps hav~e been afi
der' ami1( many of thle turf classic':
suen'i as the D)ixie and the Vest a , wi
lie r'.ivedc. Th e meeting coon tiu
unt il Nov'. 29.
SCH OOL TO TEACH SOCIA LISM'
Kansas 'i-ty', Mo., N-ov. 10.-At Ar
gentine, Knts., there wasii opened to.
day. a school for the teaching of so]
ciahlim. It. is tihe International Schoco
of Social Economy, originally es'tahi
lished in C'hicago ini 1900, anad aft er
warind coniducit ed in (Girard, Kas., an
Saui Fra ncisco, Cal. T1hie foun der iin<
e'hiief prtomuoter of the colIIlege is WVal
lt'r TIhtomas Miills and1( he ('ainis tha
100 students from varIiouts paruts o
he U1nited States and Canadla are en
r'olled forn the first course at. the in
slituation. Instruction will be giv'er
in t.he or'igini and development of thi
mecanis of $rod.uet ion, of the clais
sti'uggle, of the industrial arts, of t
learn'med priofessions, of the use of (10
miest ie animals, of military p)owere
and tacetic's, of the forms of govern
mient, of the fraternal organizations
of the ecclesiastical insti.tutions, an<
why these associations and institu
t ions should culminate in Sociailsm.
CELEBRATED BATTLE OF TIPPECA.
NOE
Cint-innati, Nov. 10.-"1'he anntiver
sary of the battle of TPippecanoe wa:
celebrated today at the tomb of (eni
eral William Harry liarrison,a
North llend, near this city. The late
l'r'esidet Benjamin IHirrison bef-oi
his death had a new tomb bmtiit ovi
the grave of his illustrious grnand
father. The exercises today con
siste oc rf historical orat ions and se.
lect ions of mtusic.
'FRISCO TO 1SSUE BONDS
.St., Louis, Nov. 10.-Fav'orable~ ae
t ion is expecte ctoday113 at the a nnal
meting of the stockholders of the
St.. Lomis and Sani Fr'aneiseo railroad
on1 the proposal of the directors to in
erea se thle honded Iidebtedness 1)y
$18,000,000. The issue is to lbe used
for the construction or acquisitioni
oif additional lines.
GRACE GEORGES' NEW PLA Y
New YArk, Nov.' 10.-At NewburghlI
tonight Miss GIrace George wili give
the init-ial presentation of her new
play, "Pretty Peggy." 'The p)lay deals
with the life of Peg WVoffington and
many well known literary person.
ages of the dlay are Introduced in the
rourse of the drama.
Let us always do our duty at all
places, and at all times. Wen we
ho that the humblest of us W1l1 be
serving in that great army Wiebc2
cohievee the welfare of the world.
COTTON.
Some Past H story.
New. York, Nov. ", 1902.
In vicw of n.1uch that is being healrd
and *uid in rogard to the deve1Qp
menlt of the alleged top crop, and inl
view, further, of t'r fact that kill
ing frost du0 ring the autumn of 1S99
did not tonte initil excep)tioa;.lly late,
notwit'hstantling" which the crop turn
d tlt to he uiner nine anti one-half
.illion hales,' I think the entlosed
transla-tion of a t'ir cu!:ar issuetl by \11,
i. lI)egene'-ioning, ofi livre, I"l';nt'e,
under da.te of (ct oh r :M4t h, may not
be nllitterestitog. I is atulsing to
note whlit some of the los-t cntilli
istic' atdvocates of' tt top ro) t heory
now% itid thithn said three years ago in
regat< Io tithe "roli atlmit ledlly I very
short one which t ht-yV t he it.'i insis 'cI
was a Iarge' onr. I'he+ do'e I[. I'rice.
( TrtInshalion.)
Siue ie ihthlication of tht' l:st
1'a hington report t:he weather hias
)ernl molire f-aVorihle to the crop). 't'lie
ttsente of frost has n1o1 only' laVet
tilue (1rop) froln an irrem edia'ble <isas
ter, but has Io t erlain del Ie no,li -
ale.. 'ht dalt'ss "ti5V ;Inn>uun..
e(I by -the W1ashlin gtton rt"p'lr"t aml h\
Mr. -hI'h eodor p I. I- rice. I :elieve t hat
at p) resent l0,:i5'i'm Iha,les w oui he
a eoliservaic In a d t the s:t i i time
i re.asonat b' est in t le. I nr iii w it t
pleasure that, thanks Ito the rehlt f ive
ly high te(mu eratIurv lthro u 'hf it thi.,
Iontch of Ot olb r I to lit' --'p 'has sli of
ly imp)rovetd, am0<l i g;.ingly :aandont
n y Ilower tstim a Ies (k I'ronl ! 1-4 to
i 3 i i million hales. he rt a1.cia io I o
which woul hut'e led to 1ie forieil
l<>itsig down OIf a sreat in u.ihetr of
s inners. litlt to Irlt n( that a l a
'htined, a t i that ih crop itnsfead of
htig s nall will he .'arii wcould b(
ridiculous, and I irtia.ly i i t't iih"
hears wcill "Ihort 1 l ave ;I. disag_,rectabh'
.1wake 'tung1.
I'he c'rol I is not nad'" in (c"tober
Iut in lti (10 An i ist. nd it iti rare
that I s plant will show a frt's il ih g wt.h
in October when it ha's sotl'red as
m iuch a.s it has done tis itar in .\u
gust atn<l ) tei nb r.
s he ac(tual inoVtement, which will
not exceed for the mlontl of O"tobcr
- -- ,8 0,000 h1ii at'les
against t,17000 imh le in 14'1, it'is
10,(1so,001) bales
: , nlst :',.:5I III bah n 10 .o
1(..1'25,110 hit is
aainsl t i7130I0 hales in [lit' c rop
.:1'2.0I11 ha Ies
shu11 ld(1 ful rnish sub.jet fori re le('tion
on the i'rt of tha se re dictingacro
of Ii 1-I hillion halt's What ei n he
the 'cuse. of 'this exceptionally feehh.
mlovenient nof the p resen1t crop in (Oe
toher, if it he not a small produtle
n',::' I:: te cr(l) latt.? No, it is
t 'l 'i w . is drtiIi c y and teu
'r(:(ds eomplaratiVely gIoid. TI"ht ou..
' ook for the .\lmcrit"an1 VOnsum lpt.ion
is sjtron'ger than ever, the l ropea it
-xt aclltS 't'f ot'rt'mou s,s t pri es Oit
laine I' the p lanters are most sI ' t
Comoinn sense should si to t'n.
ince is, under ahess citemntailces,
tihere'ore. that only small p irolue
ion can explain the mo<llo erace IIWV
'there is hiothiI lefi. F.veIr'net
t'laing sol ut' of haI1, a diesi'e t
ee O decline :ltses a disreqiard of
he waritlningtIlsI itn bylciii Mr.'th<'>e
- stasin I -iam lI >or , i Ntil rem-'caIe-i.
c1 thalt's now happen'ing' Is dal pre
-'t e re I itn li'n of Ii e c'cir 'e.
.\s ii c,'su. ita It'e o:'hb 1 ihn.hib
f e r ii't ii I c ' itmiI till-- "aa ih'ri ant"
ho-treiii I: inii (h-o.hergo am ii .\' ive -
i'er, cs l ila is cif Im;it' t asi ( i0 is in.
l stuct ie Tiiiih he following c'nlef
thro uost tearntits. tit-- t tc'
nuyc hv Ocober lc luri.\ii l \\'eankther
t't-ttitineh lavoril' ieof pit' ng amf l
eto ithe Ip himlrop. hle ii!imui
Nm' Ot'iu her' . l'ibe. Huh d 'enbiurl* c-t
moay ble sou h lok fo h tt' iop mcrs li
twhigher etifine of thze ofrop w i'il.
I ifci sp it fal ltt.ait' n'
- . ('ric, i .lie(-m-mn i'' ii -o lanh ta
pi~the that (it tery ismait'li,eb t I i l-.
morn han9l 0,0e)ln.
'is ll i(xin: r (' t i i'cing prolgrU-C
M. OI o e..les'.-eill : hl~''ti . nf iuceiro s f
. otiic iue mo'isti faorabc'l.c' lu diy t'e -
iiiic. nes I myl fl'tis Itiei o f 11,000,-o
.0h(es whiiichu W4 I lyi conirm 'lle
fieldsianre till of i'e t on pub en andil)
rleiadyI fr picking." intth
posil O lioer IOwhd. tieden 9bug:crop
'Plius tonne uti'kbe reood;ich byr
20t est inilts ofs, the "a(0 |t ici
ilios) are etllntry tooilow.
Nov'xei'e 1. \lesrs. Ne'lm lios. of
Slnong puls Co.,h'le followin cae
fryohm. lienry eil: 'is avrbl wneauther
ii'trougheout tai e ies.lcits e-.
thied byc~1 plaunuite.hligbc hi
exportation.in onc m'or e ofirm tmy
eits'tfimca I eof ili n.a.!ip m nt
N-ovlem-her 9.llot Tiiimullein d or
may h'c~ne oadt.f no00 onie reiuuds the- i
reen fteeipt dinga rueaond Iacti
frevidecloftihe i ral i 'ofc' the rp
&o lo.,I inicos e not(umu~ lcknu o
pre thatn othtn isbeing bleh lam-k."
bal delf eo 28010 pisinA rip
Hlatrr. Liverpool. .Y.
-ept. 1, 18 9. Fr. 38 :3.26-6. ( "' t(2 t
Jee. : , 1899). lFr. 50 '4.19'-6-bi1 7.3
)eg 31, 190). Fr. (16 5.40-64d1 i) c'
it0t 1:3, 1900. Fr. 80% 7.30-0-td( 10.40 e
'i'he proviilott of Anerictan cotton
.n -ptelnber -1-st, ut the commence.
'IMLt of tihe campaign of 1,:9-1900
sas nevertheless the lirgest we have
t seei, for it JnlOtllltt' 1 tO 1,! 1"7,
mJt) tales against K1.1,000 bales en Sel
Ilember 1st, 1902! The dit1'("rence,
therefore, -iS imore tihan a tiililion
itles! As for the onUstium) itn, w e
ill knllow tihat it is at pre,enlt larger
thaa three yea r.s ago.
T'he out of sight pro'visioti, Ihat is
to say, stockis in tihie haml ( f . spil
tie.1's. was eqtially large in September,
IS99, while it was lliite(i to t1he last
legree in .Septetlber, 1902.
It is to be Ioped that )rophets of
-lit I illhon -.al' erop minianuml this
year WvGt not he as fir, wrong as they
xrere in I899. Ilaving be'gttn Ihis sea
son with time sniallest possible visiit
antI inivisible .supplit's we abs'olutely
re(ir(' a c ro p ex re(iing I l nilligo.t
bales in or<er to avttiid : reptition of
ine seasonl of 1899..1900.
E0. U('trner-itoning,.
Ita vre, Oct oher !., I'12.
WASHINGTOI GI.SSIP.
TIL' I E.'I' EI(I'T()NS 1 XAl>
WII!AT is A10r1"' TIIE1I.
Iepttbllell't are Courrattu,at l :; i Il tm
selvt's 'I'at h lite A<dlilhsratl n tna
Bieen ;.t(Iur'cd nte( llelpuernl" t"):-e
,%ollnx Thte uMelc"e:, In lilt, Ilecrez(,td
l1ajorieties saele tide lleetio'1That
the lteputllean ('arty 1n e vii-e to
Assunte time Full Itep"iniblIty For
Itel"orm whileh the t'eople Itemmattl.
WVashiington, Nov. 7.--Il'very I{-p1h
lieani Coling to Washing,ean tt
tveel gladly submits to an inerview
in the eourse of whit'h le pats Iti,
sell' aind his party on the bacii al i:.(
restrlt of the rteent -,l in t ..
few l)e ruio'1':ts wl, il a e ,eten aI)
proarhe(t inl regard to last lue ldiay
tr':g'ly are e(iualtly reinly wtit ex
p)itnations of how it aII hIpp;ei'neitI.
ronlutling w'ith the staitem nl ;ha:
they heliete the elli nt''s (f t :ie'ir
party for suct'ess in 19 t art' (,x,"e;
Ietnt. \\'ashiington's pa1irt ieiliation inl
lie econ ressi(nlal eleet ions has ran.
siste(l for the iost part in priedie.
Iions ail liscussions, anti poi Irliti.i'
drift ing to the nuaitiaim apital ha.
t"iiiital appr eriatitve Iisieners t I .(ir
at":ount of th e haltppening: inl ,
fi eld.
One of the first to f:n:i er - af ;er
hIt' result of u'lliesdaY te,n;te it..1 . i
wvas Xeitalor .1 lmes K. . ''i ,, .\ '
lIansas, the inager ()f .\It. tirrtn's
11ampairn inl 1 '.96 and 111:r. \\-:1:1 : 1at
Serenity ich has Itu"k t, :ena1.r
dones in the iidst of defeat. ti I(
alt' el lt ra gill v vie\w I f I . I ...i I ".
''Iln my1 opinie,"' hi( sajid,
oeratir party will benefit by :1 1 b vii; t:treI l: ,.1. a h
I-ues(lay." Now tha(1 chairiman t,r i '".
has t,necl(il iepullitiear i vi Oi r. ti t
.\r"kIinsas Se at r I g 4'i%Vs exp,re i ,:
a sentimient onfiisse early i s 1 s
lIt' vy iena:otr ,loh)n '. I s . \ rgan .:1i
.\lahanma ,w tot hin"el rrrtigne
.i h s ers )tiurm s or th-c'ring ii .i
t husig~ reieI nhe;ta n ro :n st gil n
'I t hejh ''siui, res onsbiityii.;-in I'o l,n,h
!!n in 1ti'1ii ni. ia - S'"it:. lI>nhi
wth~ eztl t ilemoiiirats h the(' iiint:i
thou is ve at' hi't i>:ut. a o ai .:tei
tVerle a rie <beiiifrzitk I ut ,i''s'ig:
liif 1Whit'I ingrst ina '.hn!maie oi
tmeng f!u- op''inin .f m.m:lur I\
ut n.I erttish'<iispolit lii, 'w er,
ithetCr3 f)emoraiel onIgr i esm nt tk
ile tfr courag fito 1igh th bt.e
SCtnti a et I tte th.iha<bse
imia the remtks<, liee Irisieni'
"Iiic 1 le r,~o- l i'publitn f'N m y
Iaia, iwsu assert:l a -; .jig
tht3 \\-ifte lae yeiir. iA
inr the ewit iihl aw. ai ~vteuae
trti mi t n cIles lot :1 on'e ingi
l n w o t aytitiliediurin m- is '
littlery oppoItsied to tien
lth it a iea." h t e w
l'esiidn I il \evemi's i - .
N.t l.,'ct t eer 50,00io:e'
lepui'en partyi en c' U -
'ameu ltime, dieclare wilc
I madet'it twoI hirds of
In t'i \Vsi\'rtni.e
'tri' issue ami ci I .
ple ofil we stt '
Itn ern w''s i 't h e i
i~ tha xst ing'i'aw. \'
plic jtant int my 'IIja
Ie1t' istton."
sb-committei e In :c'y
'Renateii tgh ohimh t
congds comone' .i'i
eatic' aiitth '.e ,r
hoans lt I ne'd y.I
"h'iis year," sai t e
'(or "we! met the tr
piesryb. l
i he esul 5,

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