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1231 W. T. Bryant, Constabl.. ......--- ---- -... .... --- --.. 4'0
1232 J. C. Jennintgs, et al., GualrdiugCorp>se .. ...... ......- ....... 1 00
1233 Andrew I1uek14tine, et al., 1)gging Grave.. .... ...... .... 1 0
T234 Wll Ilaego od. et al., )ressing (.orpse.. .... ...... 1 01
12:35 Alutnt. 1'P ce, hauling Corpsc*......... -.. - - - . - . - -. - - - -. -.. - ---
1230 Piekens R. R. Co., Freight. &c... 7 16
1237 Pe9pple Jo\irnl., _Advertisipg. ..Q -O
12z3K WV . (iantt, W\oud .Ctaunt .Hiuuse.. - -... - .. - ... -... -.. -: 3
1239 J. T.. Juliaxi, .Fixiug -ttove.. ......... .... .. ,.... .--- .... 50
1240 E. Foster Keith. .Stationery....
1241 J. M . Friddle, Road \\ork............ .... .---- .....--- --. l
1242 E. F. Keith, On Saary" ......... ---- --- --- --- --- .-- .. t
1243 Peter Gritlin. Cleaning Out Privy....-- .... ...... --.. .------- 5G
1244 Elliott Villia'rms, 1 in1 er . .. ....... .... ..... .--. .. (
1245 Ervin .\iles, Road Work .........-. .--- - . -- -
1-46 J. lunt. ('onstable.. .. ...... .--- - -- . -
1247 W . E. litult. lgistrati ..... .. - . -- .-- - - - - - - - - I
121 R. 11. Stewart. Road Work . ........ . .... . - ... .. 1t '
1219 l b . Stewart, ('at in Gan! S1upplle - --.. ......-. ...- - - - --
1250 JT. 5 M iller, ('n -st"i ,.. ...... - ..- . --- ---- .-- ---. . . --.
i'2 j. . .M iller, ('ititab', ...... ... ... ...... ..... .. ... ..... t !',
125 I. . Miller, l'.I,ta bl. ..... ... ... ...... .... ...... .--.. I on
1:.53 J. l. filler. t nstable ....... ... ..... .
1251 .1 8. .\ iller, o s tb .. . ........ . ...... .... ...... I
1255 .A . T . 1'a et' ...... ...... .......... -- - - ---- -- . ------ --- - -~ 1
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1257 1R. .\ . Fo ,.tor \\itne.ss in (,outt....... ........ ...... ........
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1262 W . 1. (',riv e r.. . ;id;!, \\'ol" .......... .... .... .... .......... ::O 11
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12 1 .'rell \'Iliam s, . i nhlr ... . .. .... 1
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.'7. Eas yley er al. "- .zels Flo r.. .. .. .. .. .. ...... II 0(
2i4 G. v .. Porti r. 1. u m"t.. . . . . .
1275 ('. . Itobinson. .\t!()r,-.t, ServIces as .\tIorney.. .... .......i n !).. .
127ti S. I. Chapinan, S t j!one:.v for ( 1ee.... .... .... . . .. . .
1:.77 ,3. M . Ste)waI ., Sta. , ,ry for (.tlie".... ...... .... ........ -i I.
1:'7 : i hn (;oligh,tly, Iepairingl hininey.... .... .. .. .... ...... :' li
1297 S. 1). (' ,lla (t l ll I..n .lary.. ... .. - i.
12Sl S . N..well, , al \ i i.... ............. ...... .... ...... .. .. 5 .7
1287 . .ew ell, 3I \\' rk .......... ... .. .... .... .... ... 4 tt'
12-1! .\. It. ('ain'r,)n. Itri !. \\,-ric........... .... .... ........ .. :. Of.
1253 Robert Stew art. 1n S.iIary............ .... . ... ... ... .... 109 01r
128.4 };lbe"rt Stentart. ('on it uppIlil . ... ...... .... ...... .... :' lI
1 5 .1 . T . TI hlpon. l . ..- - ... -- ... ...... ...... .. Ii i i .
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12907 Ch rley irret', On soIi: ....... .... .......... .. 7 I
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129:' . T . i we r n itt , ' ra r . ......... ...... ...... ...... .. I :';
1:3 Satm Sherill', 1- i \\'nrk: . 71
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301 W . \'. :I n is. , ton talI -. ....... .. ... ... 5 5
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307 1'. }'. .\le ltniel, (' n t:hle..................... . . ..... . I
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09 P. '. Melhaniel. ('onstabh... ... l
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ty, Schol andSecia No.ax, 2incldngs neDl
One olar)('ointaton:1 2la mill.
t Acttorist.ppiest Nor9 th fmIs. ea o
'0, oti istrieby given5 tha thel fis e
kensCount war oen Cfor the bcl~,wi~ olleto o a
'Vednesday, Otoe 15th,ee at.i Wtde sday, ik
ent. ofstaxtteo n are es fllo s 'f1 ad5
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's*naloSethoon . t.... ..lbl 3 illas.wl
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STAT 'r1"M EN ' O' -\. ul'TO;S A'l N TmiEN'r. lI' AI'I(lNt.; 1"i.' fNS
FOR TiEF YEAR 19:.
0F ' 'I('1'' 01' ('O'.NTY AUL')TOIC.
l'irkns ('o ity S. ('.. .Nove mberttlt' , 190: .
The .\uditor's bookhs will lie nlened o>n tdht lirst (l-1 t1f .l-anuary, 19):1, for
ht" purpose of taling returns t'. real aind eruonal p r(opertV ma polls,
Ind f',r all special taxation in I'irlkens ('ounty.
Vor the cnvt e nm- of' thi Inblir, the 1)oo n al uinttments a"re at
Six \lii. \lunulav. .l:aiiary 5 lth, It1':;.
('thu+'in ' Te4Ilayv, .Il ua i r 6 1t I . I. .
('Int r:aIl - \'te <lne tl : , .Iai,,a 'y li l, i ::.
l'u irrche TlIhur4schty, . a' u1:iY ti,
I.iherty - i< lay, .l:tntt:ry 9th, 19u:.,
I'irlkrn. iat r< ay, .I'anitatry" - l h,.. ti t 1 0:i.
E'a ,lvyv .\lon<day, .l 1 1"ay" 1:'th 1!u :.
l't : l"Y Tu"stlry, .anIInry ::ttlh, 4II::,
('roswll \\'ttnetstday\, .latn lary, IIt'h, 1t,,:,
('ll'ainsI I t Ilit l ay, .Ilanuary' I:11'h, 190: 1
I ol "sp r', h op l" fill" . 1-'r1i .a n: - v 1 ,h, 190:1 .
Il ' ,,- s Satur<l:ty, .1aitnuary 1iIIh, 1'.0:.,
Ilug"hes' Sf tor- .\ltu'ya , .tanunal \ t-Ih lI' . : 1
I'l I' 4' ind' owt n -T'ua"li alay, .l:iltnali :l''ti I I 1:t
II Il , i lt 'r"ing-s \ i, 1 ln,,l:ay, . , ' e , i t.
-\il'n's Stor1 Thsei ay, lau:i r :I'i, 190:.
'" I I ,mhr' Ib-siilnce- 13ridlay, .lalaary 2 1
P'i"krn. -Salturtl.ay, .lanutary" ''-tla, 1:ru:.
\Mile ('rrrl< .\lnmla. .larnutry :'rth, 1!n::.
I'r:alrr'. T'ul=day, .1:Inu: y ::7th, I9t):.
\ flire.r i.hll '!;lI b u' .I 'ia I ry, . 1 \t:. il i be in t - .iit: 'li'i Cou ('g .
llouse, cont inu at sly u1n1t t fiIl ht l11 h Iday of- I-' ru a ry, 1'.i41u , afit,r wihich
in the bhr Iouk ,s will bI ll 'I, amdltif'ly 0 ) t'r (' nIII. pen:1ll will he adl -
(It"d for no n-return,1s.
In order to save ronfusil n :4it to avc i<l mui,tak e', '0ll' .\tditor will at.
S4nit personally to t taking of all t'tnrns, ancd all erson-: ownin! prop
erty or liable 1t poll :assesntl are - 4- (lIt' to meetl Ih .\ulit or on
his runn(ls and he prrpared to g ive funll info,rmatiun as to his p ropetrty"
ant fIh, 11 114 nd1 natnhl r of' Ihe school litritt in which he lives amd in
whib his prope-rly, liable for taxa ion, is Siln l,
Sho n( anl l l n l elii to nt I thr. .\nditor n i s r1 rnidI, it will he to
their intere"t t) Ilhimt in his tlict hel'nre his :>ook, are (lo d e4111 the
:att-h of l-'rbruary\, I!It:i.
All persons owning rpety" in any" district t r tli:-trits in wv,hit-h there
rdis a SpaI r:l lvy' for' rhool pl- o.es. arre reltf"s1 l d I( to g-iit the \alue of atny"
D such lroIpert v so trh"jrct if) special levy fo r 1us il l pu11 rposes l
N() re tur s n:a e by *tI awi w ll be "et"rlIc(td. :r, lin' l'w r(iaires that
Jall -perrsons- owning. roperrty v nI-: ? .., ,r-- ..,2,:xd for taxationl
ither perrsonally or by age'nt 11. A. . . - I! -11 h tligli t the sam ne for
f) l ithe ownrr, an (1 all returnitu i lhe '.w1 . : ., .
It will s'ave mturh tilntt to tax :a\ors, :a!: hl vi .:i fa' ta-tte he work of
the Assessor, if. evr- pe"rson befor-- (N',.- ! . . , wi . i 0-Pua l.tIou a oin
0 Ilete list o ' every itet on 1 t- : 1 11"r; of 'ie rioil .itg ore --
.5 llor,e, rattIt-e, ntr sheep ai ,r le 1-iet :: 1 , wc ; t:ie' r41rg-, and piineo s
h uggKies, wa;Q1tns1 and r:arriag..s Ilo :, ,an-r-d" '-:! I r:ac'hinery antl engines,
1oneyVVs, notes and aronnt, at inllrht:n"'.:. :it'i all other p roetrty ,
p includinr; 'houshld goodN.
5 1t is always r'equlttiredt tha 1ti the .\di Iit' get .hr lirIs g-ien n:at e in full.
I'nde t he hear'Il of l aceili of.4~' r ticone wil iita'lm m-e Atlislp h onshipr..
Amtlf'ei ta ,pyr t e ipe rei lf-t numii' Shi ' te iro ofhol dh"istrict.
Th ev a ealso r<iesteil o l0'state w hh e the o el . i . 1it )te in. ltown'h
e n th o nr. .rii a tlcsi tIoolni l,mi l':yr hetide,r r . pkart
io ne (3t44C-nshlipt ait aI parfti anoth 11- i1nasipl.i1 (os eelty,ig-i'ing- the.
uneer, o-it acres4') if le'ni Ial-lon ie <- p- i yn n .i llolst !)ipl13,A
n xpavers reuria. t:h '''t'hOieyls own on h .'c'h-, o .)i''S.(a.l ofIle -oiey
Thrlae a ro ii y ehigall persh-os o nn.p o ---m n m n .
ing~c ihars-a- et sul-vei-.Itcly, -ci-e RICH-nt huhInti, MAG-urANS ORusE,
.\11le byahi e oli betwensd tha e o :l-e -an -it e r
outgoing fial, .anday exs ce hse w.r, r IiItlbint- V4ile Ni'.' i 0-Wlti s
pi rt Mercn beig- l. ine, r 'rines a:hor lis a e di-imeil ntaxble pis.
ioneiean t'ruteran f tre xciepfteid.Iee ie nth iiier
sin wery e-lbonrtity dere areh 11( peis woi''tf :in1otreti Srta-1 1s nbot
tk a ni'-ewsaert. The noltllirlai- o - tICo.'t't)Mh n ai'he' Ia 41sydl
ior by pa1telinf then ulthe iu-ie t ae of ilt tsi' or byttllt Ittur is for
11(S loh relfand p..-hersetmith prorty are tinh 414),<l ortax.ton't hi
ti ea e elvle eef f oi': its m-''e qji lt ot the 1'te o
nvalu 0 r1' -the r shat o uld ben 1Cnl ineg 1.fi y 'in a thole i *1 e
iofit poferty thae sani w i l bre refrrl to: ' 3"u1 iad fIg l- i
' f-lo cor reio. To aroi< thbecel -hskin to both myefa<ltetx
tryeri oldmn Freuoeac taxpaer BNnKER ATl -NEW OaiLeIm.nS
andPrnces tret- toQu e spc ly
tora teet I-enc thouh Cmpbll'Ne'v O'lAuditorL 'ieken Countvey
1111 od --Flet stret-to-tth - ,t t lrm -atreet to (ie h efhalgl.
Couts;whee 'isor Thi T as ER Thnfi covention o the Anuanor
celvd b tac Lrd hancllo. Te fator bnquclt n hli o;nvedhasl.
t- oves wrekii fo io thouan
T C IC E -"II 4' FlG 0I- gus-.Svr ebr fth i
- stry wer prsn n eiee <.
it 10 o'clock tomorrow anornl, .
t,ulane hall. At the heatdquarters
lth loci secretary there was a 1u.3
(cene to(iYty. T''he registers were til
)bjec"tive point .of a large crowd of
bankers und .visitors from- ubrou,
vho had- to wvaitdad.take;theIr turn
it -reg1string."and..eevetyg.Ah..:of,
lofal cdrede.lals 1n Ahse: :orr) o' t on
yard encased: in - a: neatly - engraved mit
alver case, qnd't button to display. on vit
he lapel o the eoat. Tomorrow's .
rxercises will be opened by President 1
1lyron T. .ferrick of Cleveland, and d
ut(dresses of welcome will be deliv- nto
,red by Oovernor Heard, Mayor Qtp- ed
leville and R. M Walnsleyv president mI
>f the New Orleans clearing house.
'he reading of various reports will
)ecupy the remainder of the day. l.
- -- - - tilu
BUTLER'S CASE CALLED be
('olumtlbia, Mo'., Nov. 10.--'i'he case
( Col. Edwurd Butler, adjourned no
romn October 15, was called for trial rc
cdaty before 3udge .Hockaday.
('ol. liutler is at prominent Demo- 1.r
ratie leader of St. Louis- and ha.s to
ace the charge of attempted briber3
a securing the garbage contract for
hat city. Owing to-the promlinence
)f tihe acensed and - t-he gigantic mu- d
lieipal sean(lals recently unearthed c
ni St. I,otis the trial -of Col. Butler
WWi1 at t racet. widespread at tention. ni
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SINGLE STATEHOOD "
e(
Oklahoma City, O. 1'., Nov. 10.-The J
sineh-s' '.t t ehood executive committee at
ntiet here today to discuss the a1via- a
bility of calling a. third convention It
and to consider the question of framn
ing a State constittion and further
(lea'nad mission -into the Union of n1
tAes.. 'The proimloters of the lnove- 13
nw.. r'present, -tahose favoring the
Iliissi(on of Oklahomua and Indian
territo ries as a single State in oppo
sition to those who desire to have
Oklathomla amlitted alone. s
RULED-OFF JOCKEY'S SUITS -;ri
hi
I'aris, Nov. 10.--'The suits for dam
ages brought by .1ohn Itciff and Mil
t(1n1 IIenry, the American jockeys, ,
aga i inst the Jockey Club be<(ause of t1
that. -body's action in revoking their ;
licen,zes to ride in ra.ces,'and thus de
priving them of a means of livelihood, ,.
.ai1ne uip for hearing today.
The sentence of the French Joeke3
,lu'h revoking the jockey licenses of
John Iteiff and Milton Henry caused
a t 1urf sensation when it was an
nounced on October 12. At the time
it was stated that the action was
taken on1 evidence secured by de
Ieetives of the French police depart
aent, the offense specifically charge<d
that. the jockeys had "prevented
favorites from winning." The proofs a
Presented by the detectives that t
Ilenry and Rleiff had been implicated
in racing frauds, were accepted as t
final by the .ockey Club, and sentence
wsas pronounced in a manner that left
no chance for the lccused riders to.
appeal from the decision reached.
u:nder the international agreements I
existing between racing ollicialsr tlhe
action of the ,Jockey ('lib also barsa
lteiteit ( and hlenry from ridinig any-.
where in Europe, the United States,
('anada and Australia. On this their
stuits for 'damages are based. ti:
.jockeys eontending that they weni.
pninished unjust 13'. They each tsk fo1
$-0,000 tdaimages,
BRITISH SHIPS GO SOUTH
lllifaIiCxx. N. S., Nov. 10.-The fing- I
ip j Ar'iannxo and t.he othter ships) ofj
le lirit ish NorthI A tlan-tie squadron.
al lfox' the Souath today.
AUTUMN MEETING AT BEN~NINGS
Washxington, D). C., Nov. 10-Visitor's
lx II ainninags today on thle occasion1 ot
a le opeing of the atiumn mtee-tixng
oxea lc Wash'lintgtont Jockey~, club founoa
thei gr'ounads in spleridid condition unao
Iara mnorec a ttra'ictive t-hzan in preCviouas I
year xs. .\iter'at ioxns axnd inmprovemixents
mxade duing i the summtaer havi ie trani xs-<
bxormedl thIe tr'ack into onte or the I
fast est-amnd safest in t4ne coutry,'
'I he meeting p)romtises to bIe a success
int eery wayi3. News and at tractivet a
stakes said hantdicaps have beent ad1
der- andi( mtany of the turf classie's. t
suen'l as thte D)ixie and the Vestal. wilt
lie r-evived. Tlhe meeting coatnt iue's
tutil Nov. 29.
SCH OOL TO TEACH SOClALISM~
Kanisa.s City, Mo., Neov. 10.-At Ar
gent tinae, Ens., t.here was opented to
day a school for- theo teachling of so
cialism. It, is t'lte Interntat ional Schtool ~
of Social Economy, originially estab
lishted ini Chicago int 1900, and aftet'
wvard conduceted in (Girat'd, Kas1., andc
San atFranisco, Cal. The founder' And t
chlief pr-omoter of the college is Wal
ter Thomas Mills and he cia ins thxa t
100 sI tudents fr'om vat'iouis parts of
the Uniited States antd Canada arc en I
r-olledl fox' the first course at. thte in
slit utioan. Inastruction will be given
in t-he ox'igian and deveclopmexnt of t he
mecanis of ?roduction, of the class
-s iggle, of the induxstrial arts, of tthe
learnedcu professions, of thte tuse of (10
atest ic a nmals, of militar'y powers e
'and( tatct ies, of the forms of gover
menct. of the frateranal organtizations,
of the ecclesiastical institutions, and r
ionts should cuxlmintate in Sociailism.
CELEBRATED BATTLE OF TIPPECA..
NOE&
Cixnciannati, Nov. 10.--Thle annaiver
sar'y of thte battle of Tlippecanioe wats
ceecbr'ated todaty at thte tombti of Geni- nY
lerl Williamt Harry Hlarr'isoni, at
Nor'th Blend, near thiIs city. T'he hate
Presidlet Benjamin Harrison b)ef-ore
his death hatd a ntew tomh built ov'er
tihe grave of htis illustrious grand- .
fathlei-. Th'le exercises todaiy cont
sisted otf historical otations and se-0
lect ins of music.
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'FR ISCO TO ISSUE BONDS p1
St., Louis, Nov. 10.-Favor'able ac
tion is expected tod1ay at thte annxual ba
mneetintg of thte stockhtoldiers of thte
St. Louis aind San Francisco raIlroad 20
on the proposal of the directors to in- Iti
crecase thte bonded Indebtedness by
$18,000,000. The issue is to beC tsed
for the constructIon or acquiisitioin by
of addlitlontal lintes. t-h
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GR ACE GEORGES' NEW PLAY
New YArk, Nov.' 10.-At Newbutrgh iu
tonightt Miss Grace George will gIve (IS
lhe Init-ial p)resetntation of her tnew
)lay, "Pre'tty Peggy." The play deals wvil
vith thte life of Peg WVoffingt.on and ~1
nany wveil kntown literary p)erson- ntei
ages of thte day are introduxcedl In the mil
ourse of the drama. elai
Let us always do our duty at all re
>laces, and at all. times. When we for
lo that the humnblest of us *111 be foil
erving in that great army which pri,
chievea the welfare of thle world, pali
COTTON.
Some Past Hostory.
New. York, Nov. 5., 190:3. .
n1 vie:w of Iueh Ihat is heiuia" heardl
LI *aid in rogard to the devel.p
nt of the alleg;e( to) crop, und inc
w, further, of t'.e faet that kill
frost during the autumn of 18994
lo mt etule itil excep Iiou;.Illy late,
twithstandintg whieh the erop turn -
out to be uinder nine andl one-ha1lf1
Ilion batDles,' I think the enclosed
in1lat-ion of a1 eirciiI'ar istted by Air.
l)egener- lonng lli. li al'e, P'rance,
der da(te of Oct: Ir *!,th. may not
uutiltere.sting, 11 is amuuSing to
to vhatt sollte oi the luis-t enttlusi
i" mIlvienttes oft h1e tol crop Iheory
w and then satil three years ago in
'artI to Ithe eril)- ainmitt edIly1 a ver
nrt one which I hey t iien insist :iI
s a larghe one. Th'ienoore II. Prlice.
(Transt n.)
(OT-T'ON.
illee Ihe publica1 iton of tI he last
als'hing;ton reporl the w eather has
(1n mlore fatvor'ale t the erop). 'I'he
senee of frosl has not unly 'ave(l
e crop tromt ;an irrerltinadi: le (lisas
r, but has to :i verlain dlegiee mo10di
tlt Ihallges pret1 ti siV ann i&t .lit
by -the W1ash in:;1m rep'ttrt and14 h)
r. IheoIore 11. Price. I I:elieve Ihat1
present II),250(1.000 hais wouhi1 he
c'onservative and i t the s:ine tilm
reasona ble est itale. I note wil h
easulre thti, I hainks 1 .he relative
high tetlnle l l(re throug-ht ul thli,
ontlh of Octlwh r ti e I -OI ha. slig'h -
impfrove(l. and 1 v ,'.n i a n l d.ba 4ol
y lower estiImlates s fr"o L 9 I--I to
t7 m iiillion11 hales, the reaIi-/;.titoIInie
hihi wtoIIl ldhave led to thle fIore"ei
>sing down of a ,vreaI nmn-11>'r of
iunners. ll to p)relentl that all '
illigeI, and i lt hI I ie crop l iste;cl of
ing sI ll will be J:arg. would1 he
dIietlouls, andl I grealy fear that Ih:
ars w%ill shrt ly have a disagreebtlo
vwakeniing.
'1'he cr(lp is tnot nlale iii ()toher,
tI in . luly an<d .\ glst, and it is rare
tat it pI;tla t will show :a fresh glow t.l
1 Octobher wvhien it ha.: suIIferedl as
uech a.s it has do(ne this v"ear ill .\11
list an lid Selteller. -
I he at IaI Innw enle1t, whicb wiIll
oit (e eeerd for llt- mlonth of October
1, t'o0,0 0 ha lIts
aiIts1 23,1741,1100 halts ill I11)1, t"r 1
1O,(i5I,.OO0 halt'es
ailnsl 2,5 t,Illll halt-s inl 1 I rlop
10,-1-25, (Il0 ha Iles
(ainsl I,,743,00II hal1's iln I99 crop
".-!22.011 hale's
holbIl ftirnish suhjeet for reflection
n the pmrt nif It se p)redlieting" a.er01p
f It 1-2 hillion hale. \-hat can he
he cuuse. if 'this exceptionally feehl
lOvetll'Ilnt fI the present crop in Oe
her,. if it he not a snlall proInu
ion ? Is the crop late? No. it is
arly. T'he we:ather is dry and the
o:tcls cont1parItively goocl. 'l ic, cut
nk fi'r the \Inerian ennsumlt.ion
< sltrongler than ev"er, t he E-:uropeanl
x iprts are enormlius, t le prices oi)
uiedI by the IplaIllters .a re lmost sit
Common sense shlunld soitlive to (e'n
ince us, under lI hese cirelnmstancnes,
herefore, thaut only a -smnall p)ro(de..
mon cnn' expIlaii Ihe m(iodetrae move
lient.
There is notlinig Ic-ft. vervm
laving sold ol utif hiaLii, a de;i'- It
1(1 ac decine I l:iiel- acil direriL - r o
u-ta in cut tci9t9.il ''r he i till-ema -
tihta c-set itisn f i h- -itll.~l
lt-\ er.cali ofithe- &.ibh- O it Iwhiit
l ie itl i s ::m ri i . i I- : Ieri i -'
r,1 1l 9,iiri s il.i :n :sn lILlyi.ja
2 r c-o ve. hte ssloin Ncila r sm of
r6 Oei obe, ll) euriyt- N ill: \\~eac'thertl
cunt inueis favtist l f tt o phut - I ig-, acd
t2s Oco ber.y ts l h. (itnb r1 1.itt v-i
rale ouichok full c-on Iin. Tl-o
tivgh-sc-r l esiat-s of i gcc the c-ptwil
c-ilon s ir:a I- t ic- d -ioe. I -2nh
til<s)ba incinnlitbte tuin the -ann
heIOi ciip is hueryt tt ls. I iouit p1 ti
i1-e. ileni &11 lies- i.: Iiking 1ilpogres('I
ropve timprove lav by IdiaIy.iici cc'
ond)tnlc piub- liis Ih folloc- wi ngIts -tel
ranel tritctm lienryittpi Li Ncil: "\ eather
o.nies i mtsi favorabIlse.- I di y e
Ilv sitrong proo1 (fs Litf lth c-li- c
sI vtctfIOl nics es iate of e1 oiijin4
'vicesl n (-t nu11 is obel nooid it cee-.
ientII e sti Il-tics If te e l-p a mi1
ons re nOtirel toii ic.
Novtembe l.~ tif'211rs. ill i .o,1 ri f
endovnibish i-he ~ fllow-ing i cnable
Irought he I ttes.it silaiic ei pt s -
ci-lity i by t'lanter1 fi-hohtlit- g lilk their
atto and by'tll( abin y1(1 if 1m(1for
it-imte fof miiionhamniu
N.ovenrher i91. T'h 51ulletin- 'flitcor
inys'e sah id1w-- tat li lit ne reas thei p
L'ilence.ot h re ali' size o tu-Ihe: e .
s,sfact, m pieo lthe loeiabiui )les re-il
('il ti,mehe itisaret lacio- hi
tov tha 1)ott1 n ris bing lieM'i hlt-k."I
Joenmlher 1. CThi \Vih igton
urciau- estCm.:e Ttie ilcris aitunoc
the t-hand 9,50,00 hale-s.n -pit
'hi lticial ~hIc1 rep ot i sroni clime
-'d a ecie ofIal 10oits it Ami e t
November [c.i.unl.I CGabl (romt Ienry
.iUill: ThIie Preset smalll receit
rd n reasont fori3 i rec ic hy is
LA tmimmfim. Wathraonin tues ex..'h
Iementinyuepotyn thro't the iut,
limn J rop w-l(l ha 9it- tl may I
sibclyp or 9,10,00 lthanli 91i milion
oiigos time theimarkits rpon ciy
tos 25upint-sn riise,lbut' the "at'hor
noebe 15.-100 CalifopR
llavre. ,iver)ool. N. Y.
ep .I, 1819). h'r. 38 3.2 .41"''.l
)ee. :31, 189 . r. 50 1.19-4 7. e
itg ; 31, 19l)O. I r. ltIi ..4l-Oli ltl !
e1)t 13. 1900. Fr. 80 % 7.30-(,1d 10.40 e
'he proviAjon of Anierical cotton
n :jJ.ilemuer' -1-st, ut the CSnimellce..
nrt of tlhe Camxptign of 1, '9-1900
was nevertheless the largest we have
Se1' seen, for It tin,ountetd to 1,977,
1,u hales against 8)-4,000 hale.s en Sep
eiber 1s,it, 1902! The dif1'frence,
herefnre, i iore than a miillion
tiles! As for the eonsinpti n, we
ill know tthat it is at )re w'n larger
hin1 lthree years ago,
T he olt of sight provision, that is
o say, stoek. in the hanti-s t' .' pin
es,' w41s einually harge in SepIemher,
1899, while it was liil.itedI to t'he last
tegree in -Sept elliher, 1902.
It is to hbe hoped that prophet' if
in i1 nillhon hale rop lininlunl this
ear Will ntll he its ftar wrong as they
.etre in 1899. liiVing btegun this sea
.un1 with .the sinallest )ossible visible
1nd1 invisible .snpp llies, we( ;Ibmo ttt.l
rttire it crop e-t"etiding I i mi ultin
hales inl order to avoid .:1 repititio>n c I
lie seasoin of I8199-I19(10.
E'. I)eget'rie-Iti i
itvre, Octo)bn er 2.1, I902.
WASHINGTO1 G )SS[IP.
WIIiAT I SI IItI' TI/ 3.
ItlaxtCienntg ar) Otnitniit log Tih (it
t'se l v e s l( i nI1' l i e li II I n1 n 1444 l n 1 .
A' suati te tie Ful 1 te nil' ilave y 4-'.
ltefor%ms1'h Ist lite l'cople telMand.
W\ashlington, Nov. 7.---.:very 1 c-i b..
liean coining to \\'ashinglt.n thi.
week gladly siibniits to an inter"tiew
inl the course of whii'h he pal. him
self I ntl his the ho I arii ati it
result of the recent ele" ion .
1'ew lhnent"ats wNho ha1ve been apr
lrtoaehedl in regard to l:. TI'ue i '
tragtedy are e<lually re"atly wit e. x
phlattionls of how it at happe Rn(I.
eoneludling withIi the staitii n it .ha
.h b y belietie the ' hb anet' s ' I t - Iir
parly for sn ess in 190-l aIre tx-";
hIt-'t. \\'asifingt. ln's V lartieiilmti)'nI ill
t he etnlgressiontal elections has r(n
sistetl for the lnost part in p rtedie
liouis an(ti disellssionts, and p oiliijan,
drifting to the nuitionlal (a lai 11ha.'
1'ottnd applret"iative lisio'ners tt,:.i
ite.-tinl of the biipening- ill ...,
Iiel.
One of thle lirt t!o (an:l e fe
,he resutl of Tesdty bi 1i Iw it l i t
was tena tor .laint - K. .1m':t. 1.1. .\r
'Iclnsas, the Ili:tllti'er 1) .\ lr. It',le ':
s' i 'l ''n inl 1st1 i Ini I 'BB \ u : :' IBt
S"enity wich ha.1s t k to 4) naI r
doni s in the mnidtst t:f' def'I'e:t, he 11
:1t 'liPc u r11aginlg v'ie w\\' ttl' ..).jI.:1:;j,..I
"Il 1ny opinicn." he said, '' - ,.
u raiiv lparty will benelit by t.BB b
:o) 11.1%iig i' tarried I,:t b,,. a
um SIda'.'' N'wit' it . hairoln (,riB
hais nent'I' b e t li('at II \ itI y, tl'
.\rkt nsas enatur gi>'s extor : i It n 1
a sentiint'nt eonfe.sed ,'arlty l an
....-r t by S n': -r . l hn . .\
.\Blaimn ut, who(iI i o tvhnsl lrg e
h'e iii l prefer to ilel th'G) bl
inthes previn \'4i~then 4r< -hch-g
ti3thlerag 'it. IaI) . i ,.. . - n -
rt url n from' 41 ro1.),11.7'i ,e i
.)41ith' ''- the le n r in th's:.
Ithout .4 he:lit ta o ul.,'' a s
n'rie (up d\ a "vti' in- - h ..1.i 1
> i Ithe '43'. 1on re sina c.ili t o
B'ig'lt's ('44 inion'- )''en \,.
B'et last lTuesday V n. n mo o
If 1'0I..
laie eil Whe WeakI- fle rsn
n 's l't)3 h-r, all pb lin f'
he \\i'e lYm e y s ..
hwe'l he would ew--' al n>. ,
431' nowBp or1. at ny ti e lu
(3Itli P nsl vania1 B( (l - u s
uttely oppo Bse< oto. >
t'residentl- 'lvelait
speeI h t h ot 53hr ' <1 a i
N!. d., tr' vr.,0 e
la ti me, t' I #1 lar1<I u-'
"I')jp madeit w-i bird $ f
elhteo pmyc sta:e d tC , iu
tinerig w'h.h .,

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