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I Result of f a HeadEnd Collision Collisionillinois on onIllinois onIIIlnos
Illinois Central CentralFAILED CcntraIirIJjED
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II Ihll ConiliM nnd Irtlutit Con ConTuo CarIVcpt QrJ
1 IVcpt l ellt Tuo Wore YnreIo lluruid lluruidTo IIlrlH1
To A hlc hlcHocllforll tiiIl tiiIl1toc3frL lK lKllockford
llockford III 1 Dec 1C llI 1Faflure Failure alurf on the thepurt theIurt therurt
purt of aconduclor 1 a conllncfO to obey orders IM IMsupposed Ii Ii81JP08Vl I4eu1pocIl
supposed 81JP08Vl to t hnv hn been 11 n thu tll cause of ofa ofIeat
a headend hlulllll Ieat nt iulllid tolIhIioii ollll ri f1 on tho Illinois 11111 Can Cant
t al rnllroud 1111011 betwo het On n Irene Irle nnd Perry PerryIIIc PelI PmvryIlle
j IIIc le at lt 1 oclock this thll morning 1011111 The Thetwo ThetEttItIt4 h htwu
two trnliiff tll18 worn the theolstLoulll tI OHstbouud pawn pawncr 1I 1IIfler n nt
cr t train No N I and A 11 a 1 freight trllht train trall from fromChicago trol fromI
I I Chicago lhhaHu I lining wott Olt As R n 1 romilt Ullt eltflit eltflitjnopit alllt allltlIOIll
I jnopit injured lIOIll njllJ O1IU a UIl UE iv dead or l 0 mluulpg Il IIIIflI IIIIflIrjiirttI dlnl nnd Iml oleven oleveninjured ol en
J Hlchnrd Jehard Onmtby Chicago onglnccr olgllI ot ofincHongcr ot1Htger
incHongcr trail trailJamoH
11 Hlnlt lnll lnllJIICH
JamoH JIICH Jo iei Huurdon HUllllunllccIIt 1L2L IIoI1 Frooport llromun IIullln II 10 Ifl U Ii of ofiiger ntIIHtlnjlr OfI
IIHtlnjlr I HtIger iiger train trainbiit UalriflOJq uln ulnHollL
HollL flOJq biit ThompHon hmnIIHoI Dubunuo Am AIlrl AierI rl rltan
j tan un KxpuHs moAnenger moAnengerJ II08fIJ0I II08fIJ0IJ
J W v Funk l ullt Chicago CI 10 go brakwnnn of ofinhsengrr o oIIHSellrllmll ofI
inhsengrr IIHSellrllmll I a Inigrv iialn iialnDavid i nln nln1avld
David Delmn 11111 lrcuiort Jrcollort uriglncur of offrcltrht o ofrlhdlt offriIght
frcltrht train trainjdward tlil tritinI
jdward l lhvlt1 I wnrtl Carey tiiey Ficoport lrcYJolt llremaii Innnll of offclght utlght offiht
fclght lght train trainMIS8INU ImlnSBIN ttuntisii
MIS8INU SBIN < StrppOSBD StPPOSHD TO UK I iu DI5AD DI5ADNewsboy I ni4UNowshoy A ANcwsboy
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unknown unknownHectlon nlmuln nlmulnSeclun
known Hectlon Seclun foreman fOrC111 OrOIflttfl from tlom Irene name nllO un unknown unOIn tinInown ¬
H Q Wellmnn WcUmul Chicago Chhnuo right lfhl nnti nntir nlll nlllOu nijilruiietl
r Ou lushed hell nt elbow ellow j tukon Illwn l II I Itockford ItockfordCity BocltrordCity itocktordCity
City hospital condition condiion crllaal crllaalD orlali orlaliD ort uaI uaIU
D II Abiendent Ablelielt Chlcuip Chlcl CIiIcit P out and nld
bruised bruisedJ bm bi titsi1 titsi1j
J H I Quintan Qulllun pngsenger 11nssengfconduotol 11nssengfconduotolrlt conductor conductorcut
cut rlt and bruised brulsld ctushed clushel uJuout tho thoIhest Lholhest thuL
Ihest L taken tlkcl to llockford 1acitoII City ho hopItI hopItItlI pltali pltaliindltlonciltlcnl
indltlonciltlcnl indltlonciltlcnlW tlI llon Itton Cllcnl CllcnlW cii t leti I IV hOIPlCI hOIPlCIllon
W V 11 Keofo JIOCO Sioux City CI In II head headut hoal
tit ut severely severelyFrank soverelyl 8VVOreIirianic
Frank l Btadlemnn 8t111e1UI New Athens thenl 111 111cut 1 IL ILi4
cut i4 about head and arma
Tliotnns a Hendrlchs lelllllCis I lIIl rIchj New N s Athens AthulS tt lioii 111 111cut 1 IIIk
k cut nnd 111 brulftod lrultld and nld huh scorched Vu1O1 olt oltThe Qil ottLtie
The 1he trains tlulnf met In II a slight slcht iI E1it bend In InUio Inthu Iiiiltu
Uio track tllck both running at II lull ful speed speedAn II teeIoIItunh I1
An olltunk oltnult tor ar In tlm fnlglu tfluht tinln tli ex exploded X ¬
ploded 3 j od ciI thiouing thlowlnl t hiov1 ng bin ul111nr btnning nlng oil IJI ovur the thewreck Ihewlcek
wreck 1 ree1 nnd lnt In nn tn Instant Intllt tim untlru untlrumass ontru ontrulaSH untirumus
mass laSH of wieckuge was WIH In II llnmus 1tI1s
Every l lIy coach of fr thu piiMiwiiBer IIIltugel train trainond nlil traintlnt
ond tlnt all ul of the tl freight rrelglt earn Cnli except tho thovay thuIY liiiLI
vay IY LI car and Inl a I freight car Ni which whlh WHS WI wuijthronn
thrown Into u 1 Hold Joll clour elHu of the railroad railroadnglil rltOllt
nglil I of WiY say ttero ero burned burnedThe buiiiedlhu Une Unelhl
The smoker BllJeer expro CXIIUII s und UHt baKKUgucnis baKKUgucnistro IIUhliolIIH IIUhliolIIHIer
Ier tro 1 0 piled 11 11d lcd on 01 the locomotives JocolulOH JOCOIlIUt I VOH penning Pllwtll ufl ft II t
In I ri the tl occupnnts oCl occu ullnllH 11171 tH of the tll I he smoker IlnlWI Only Olil y
three of the halfdozim Imlrllozul persons ItIHOII In II that thattnr lull lullIrlSIullel titiltOV
tnr IrlSIullel OV escaped The 1he others olhllH wore w oru penned enlllln enllllnIIld In InIlul
Ilul IIld If not insttintlj 118tCul hilled kiiol were Wple roasted rOISllll rOISllllIU
10 donth lltth and nll their thel bodies lo < ItB along I10ng with withthose wih wihthosl withtIioe
those of tho
thosl engines ongiles eros r101 ere 010 en 01 altlively ¬
lively consumed consunwt All Al efforlH efoll of the Hut survvors IUI Hutlvoi
vvors jVO1 lvoi to rench the wrccknue wreeklle weu rlll sat un unavailable UI uliia1aiiIe
available lalabll The hl flumes Ilmos drovo tlijim back backf
f it t every Vlr point pointThe Ilollt Ilolltfil iotntrho
The fil temperature tNnptrtuo wns yn nB HO doifUes lHI el bo
low l w zeio and unt nn 11 Icy Ic wind 11111 wns WC wa blowing blowingni bloltll
ni 1 it ross the MnlrloH lullel the point OllIt where tho thovriik thu111lC th thi
vriik 111lC i k occurred OCCUITIII being boln a shallow shnlow cut cutaffording cuIIIurllng cuttJfordlng
affording IIurllng no protection IIotlcton The Injuiwl Injuiwlwero Injul ItiJurIveru 1 1WCI
wero without hats or wraps and suf lue lueNld ¬
fered Nld terribly terriblyIIKSPONSIHILITY tlrrlblt terribly1tFSPONSIlIjITy IIIJ9
J W Hlcglns 11 ln9 general gonerl superintendent superintendentof BUIJOllntenlent BUIJOllntenlentct
of ct trnnsportntlon tlISIJOIlnUon places thu blanio 1110 for
the wreck 1Iel11 on the conductor contuetol und unc ncI engi engineer cnglueer OnMInear ¬
near of tho frulght train tlln They are said
by I 1 Mr r higgins ISglns to have disobeyed lsaleea or or1rs orcrs
CCTB 1rs which wero to stop stO nt lt Jrele Irene nov sevcml Iev Ievcnllle novcmi
cml cnllle miles east of Perryvllle lerryle Mr Hlg
tlns 118 said of the wreck wreckIt wlcclt wlccltI IS
It I was ns a bad iot wreck and n 1 lamenta tn ¬
Lie 11 accident ccldont It I wan lUf va duo tlO to tho fact
that tho engineer nnd am conductor of the theIelght therelght
freight train failed faied to obey orders Tho Thoinssenger ThoIlslng TheI
inssenger Ilslng I train tlllll was as a delayed dtlnyec by the therold thofolc thetold
told folc weather wtll1r and It I was three hours hoursand hlourHnmi
and 111 forty tort minutes riluto late when the freight freightirnln trlghlualn truighttrain
train going goll Mint reached touchrc Coleman Cololln
forty rOllY miles mlcl west est of Chicago Coleman
A lathe Is tht the passing point for or 11alo the tw two trains trllns trllnsi
i Uho conductor nnd
lhl 0111 engineer englwei of the
freight flel ht train trll were Jlltlucled Instructed that the thepusMnBcr tlt the1nPnget
pusMnBcr 1F nlI train toln was late Ilte anti In1 it I wag
their lwlr duty to sidetrack allrlck at lt Ironc which
they neblected twblletrll to 0 Co CoThere O Olhure
ro rollle
There llle wns Wnf no explosion that wo 0 can canfewget
fewget gt Information Inrormnton of l Kmployes aboard
f 4thc tl the tinlnu tllln say that both Olh won running ahoml
nt full ful till speed and that tho shock Iunnlnr was wosy was1erribIe
y I terrible H I seems StOIR there were three dls
ptIiiet llnct tnt blows duo to the lw recoils recala of tho thoearn
S LCII earn Two rlo V men mCI say lay ay that ihoy wero
thrown down three tblce times In rapid 1lphlluc 1lphllucclR sue suecession aicceFhon
cession clR lln The rh ontlru entto passenger 11tI tlgl train trainnnd tlln tllnonll
nnd a 1 large Irlu part 01t of the freight train trainwero trolnero trainvero
wero ero disabled f8ahled with wih the two looo looojnotlves 100 luauinuti
jnotlves jnotlvesCONDtCTOK JoUI JoUICONDeTOn inuti
Cnoduclor CnoduCtor Qulnlnn of o o tho pasifcnger HFlnlP
> train trln uas nblo Illr tonight tOIIh 1 to tnk tnl of tha thas thawreck
tH tHWtIk
s wreck WtIk Hi lt > said snl Wo wero trying trI to tonnnke to toinalc
nnnke up lostt 10lt time tnl when whol hol1 stiddnly IIIILnly
i there was a I craoh l rlh throwing I htowlll u tI nil ni to toi tl tothu
i tho thttrolt front of tho car CII I iimimg 1111111 iioitiaged to toclear 10dclr tovitai
clear dclr myself mH lr from frm undor unllfr he 11 sent sentL Hlnt Hlntwhere sentWhiire
L where I wns wnl thrown thlOWI anti llndlng Ildlng t to tomcn two3flci o omen
men dOII lose los by tried to icbase rehule them Ihol thaniliiis
f This hls I was WIR as unable to do and nd no 11 they theyMild I hi hidhl
Mild not lot ropwid rn r pOollt to my I calls nla I reaped reapedthrough capMthrfuRh eupdtlnrunh
through a window being hellg scorched leooh by byI
I the thl lire fr ns UI 1 trawled 11lwlel out so quickly quicklyi Illekly
i did dil the th llnniLs IllnIR uprcad As I remember rememberthere rmember rmemberthctl rememberttiurc
there thctl were wpr eight men In the th oar ar utid uIII an I Itnt Ifind
I find tnt that only two of them got out outf out outTine
f The TIl rest ucrv I f doubtless Ilolhtcml burned 10 In the theWRNT theWlck tinew
Wlck WlckWR
1 AVllllamsport Wllnmlpot Pn Deo Do 1eofrvighnt 15 A Afreight
freight truln on 01 the Philadelphia Phlrllllhll ned nndKrlc anllI nedErie
Erie I tlc division 1lslor of Ir Ih tine Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniajrcad Jonltylltl Jonltylltlrna uniiy1vina1tIOad
rna IOad went welt through the thehrld bridge 1 spanning 1JlunlnK
Bl ycomlng crtek tali between tins tUR city and Ill andJeberry
IJJowberry nt 6 oclock thin 1111 mornlni 10rnlll lnorntligS
S Threo lives lves wcrp cre lost lostDEAD lostDEAD lostDEAD
n Ijphn Jphn Mnrtz cnglneor cnglneorBFroderick engilcor engilcorrrdHhk engineorrednhk
BFroderick rrdHhk 0118S hums fireman froman fromanGeoll 1omanOeoigf
11Clt i1its ICleorgt Geoll of Sunbeiry Sunbeirytrain BuuLerhe Hnrlcy lurl > brakemnn hrnllI nil ni niof tcrl tcrl11Clt itii1its
PTIne he train was n 1 flat freight and andrunning nnL andWnH
WnH U8 running runltn three hours late owing owingo owln owlnto
to o the disarrangement of the MhcOulo MhcOuloIn 811dul 811dulli
In li consequence conRIIIUelrl of the storm Ilunn Th Thbrldgi Tho TIne TInebridg
brldgi hrld spanning 811alnll the Il0 creek vhs R n two twoBpan twoan twoiaIn
Bpan an Iron siruiture IUIUr the fIrst Urt spun Illn IllnwhMI of ofwhich ofwhih
which gave ne way ty 1 Tin hl online and nine nineoars ninecars nineears
oars eu Ill i cngiilfod In the Icy tc wntorn wntornTho wnteg11w 111
Tho hp crook wan wnf greatly grfat swollen 81ollm aa l ft I re result ree restilt ¬
e stilt Rlit of r iho Ih henvy blA ha y rains aunt IHI It l ii pre preHie 11rfIJnl iiretiunnd
IJnl tiunnd d II lie middle mhllie pier 11111 has hal been I weak weakNo WeaIend ull ullenld
No efforts forts made
enld end could bo mnle to toreach torenc
reach runc renc fhp lu bod hulies titithleM ten on account of tho thoheight tl thuheight
height lh t of if the theVttKCK th torR atorM1tII torRWII
WII VttKCK 1tII ON GUBAT OIFAT NOIlTJinilV NOIlTJinilVKallspoll NOnTIEn NOnTIEnJllsll NOflTJI1llN1ithisp1l
Kallspoll Jllsll Mont Mont Dec Dec 15 11A 1A A wr WNk WNkon wNek wNekon k kUn
Un on the thl On t1rtt > at t Northern railroad rlromJ due dil it jtIs ttis
1 Is anldi HnII to a 1 I spreading Iprodlng of tho rultu rlUM oc oci o oceurred
i curred nonr Irl r Esi EIIX FMex x tit lt 2 oclock nelok this thismorning thlllornlng thumiming
morning lornlng In liloh one person prMn vna vnas weakilled
s killed 11111 ana n number nlmllr of others othl S Injured InjuredDEAD Ip3uredDEAD inSuredDIAD
Otto Oto Krrlckson J ErrleksonJoseph rrllkson rrllksonINJtmm
INJtmm INJtmmJospph
Joseph Klpp of Ulnckfoot Ulnckfootf lnkCiot badly 11y 11yruisel btuhiyIirutsed
f Iirutsed rulscd ruisel about aiout head and Ind boJy boJyt luJy luJyJ
t Jr
MV Jack Jue vr r ly Millar Miar of I6llt Iimcltfaot lt brut bruised rl 111 d nut nutMV nolvr nutaiv
Val 111 aiv Qliuson 111 t4nn nr FruiulHno IIlllllOj n travel travelIllg tQvel tQvelIlg flUvehlug
lug Ilg mall ins it binlmd bnu I Hud not no t MrlrJ 4kTIt1S4Ytt rlrllf rlrllfh iy iyMr
Mr h tt Tyclt ryei biully mi I II and 111 iuUurt rul ud uddreM adnlrea d dIlrel
dreM tlnknmn tlnknmnOther Inknlwo InknlwoOlhlr a aOthsr
Other Olhlr Injuioil Injlllll arc IIe thno old mutes IndUmone 111I mutesIlls
one I young OlUr girl 111 und UI tlir three < u l m men n w whus whusflmns hi holamll > N NnamM
namM lamll cannot C81101 IN < learned feRtell On > wonum wonumhad WImUl wurnunhsd
had n collar cull mono 11110 broken blolUI and nll WAN wal In Injured Injurld Injured ¬
jured Internally Int8rlll and oilier oh tvn t In old oldludloii II okihudlos hi hiInllo
ludloii Inllo iiiftercd Iutprt broken bllKln ribs mud 1111 were wereInjured we weIljurfd weitInjured
Injured Iljurfd Internally InternallyThe Inletlaly InletlalyThl
The Thl young ilrl III in IH ho said Ill to IH 1 ii > rm fiI I Iously IoUBI IoUly
ously oUBI luirj hUI htt mm Rhl tie watt WIII ilnno lllnl < t uivlir uivlirwreckatfl unIrwrkn un1rwreck
wreckatfl wrkn wreck s Und rinl I had hnl to lube be choppul l o I out outIn outhI outn
lne PI
Injured InjuredThe Iljlrtl1 iiijuretlTue In n nil 11 nin Ilnte ii netn Utn n iuuMcng ltHlnlrl aMengere ra an ur ivpnrud ivpnrudInjured llllrtel rutunriediiijuretl
The debris Ileblll cjutght lllhl fire tl but the tit llt IItWtrt ttnC ttnCvusre > ttf ttfwere >
were Wtrt put Plt out ou by the uninjured unlljllll i 1111 jnnsrnn jnnsrnngene nsm > n ngem
gem Itt1 There rhft U ald to havo hevn IKCII h11 much muchlooting lu1 nnuhiluotiig
looting lootl during the tle excluimmt excluimmtLiVonch elltemnt elltemntTO ezeitsnnuntTI
TO TI IHm CI Tim 1 nOtOI itOtiGit 1iI41IhiiSi4 1iI41IhiiSi4ia lnjIWl g gaoll
LiVonch aoll ia no I l PliyHlilnnlnontNlnsfitiient PliyHlilnnlnontNlnsfitiientWilled IhMI P Ii ui tinhtIinon lllln nll I I N IIHIIIII I it t ru n i e in I Ih
I h 114 iv ivIlilge Willed hloh It I Cnn Cln inn 111 Dimo 1110 11101nlI ilininuflrtias
1nlI flrtias la4 Te l 10Thl 1flDhie InlleIellfnc0 InlleIellfnc01111g1 1ziulepeii4eie 1ziulepeii4eieilelge
Ililge 1111g1 toys lay aye Oi Sylvcstore 8vltore formerly flllorly nn nnAmuIcnn 1mAmlulcnn nn41nmziean
AmuIcnn but lut now 11 a I nutumllivd nutumllivdFrtuiolt nutlrllt inuturRItledrattpt I
Frtuiolt F1 rattpt > iph physJrlan n has hlY Invented II vtHld a 1 atrogtpb 110 110trorll ueu ueutrograpii
trograpii trorll which whlth rntiblos n111 users of the theto thehtlallhdne thetelaiiliUUe
htlallhdne to 181 see P each Illh other othern oUlr oUlrClhal otheriiiIas
Clhal iiiIas n CiiNlonmIlooolpts CiiNlonmIlooolptsWniUIngtuii OUIIIUIIIulfIS OUIIIUIIIulfIS0111tol CinHinoint ltacoIni e eWashington I
Washington 0111tol Doe Dor W 1 iVhe Thodlvlilpn dlViIiQiI o oInsitlttf ot othlla Ulnetililr
Insitlttf affairs afaire of t the wur ll leparttnont leparttnontIvoN llltmnt llltmntIul I
IvoN Iul out for publication 11111101 statement ItutelnttIhuwlnl 1tatetttittehowing statementallowing
allowing Ihuwlnl the customs CUKtU11 receipts In Cuba CubaHS ulC ulCal I
HS al follows followsThe fulow fuihlowVine
The total lotll revenues rnlnuI for the ten innnthx innnthxniullng lnthM lnthMomlllr inthisninding
niullng omlllr October 81 8 1K01 tlllwtl won 1803116 1803116n 180388M 180388Mns
ns n compared cln all < with wit I 1SM2H11 tU2 1 fur tlm tlmHO Ih Iho tiinigi
ISflO HO o igi mo u period perlOI of f 1BW 8 ami an fUl W iiOOB1 OODl OOII for forISflO tO tOrhl or orTine
The rhl duty on cxporti lix liortq otlq was WRI as abolished abolishedApril nlJOllhl11 nlJOllhl11AII nnhiIItuIl1
April AII 1 IDOl 191 The Jlll hnu expOrt tJ ort duties alit Ilflttll collated collatedIn
In II 1901 IDOlatoult1 umnuntwil unnnutit d lo M4741U S 474U 414tQ during rIl 111 the theten Ihl
ten months ronthH ending October 1 ti boo lt boo1ai7TG
731778 Un t1 months nlnlll ending fIHUni October tuubor 81 811KC9 l
1KC9 11 1IOMO OIO ttOl2OVine 1IOMOThe 30 30lIe
The lIe HiMtoms IINt ctistolna < t tvvmiUM IVll exclusive 11CIIlv of ofexport orIx1ort ofexport I
export Ix1ort duty dil dii I y Increa IHII I M hi 1BOI over 1111 tho thoprevlouB II I heIl
prevlouB IreIOUI Il evloug y Ior nr by UoUI 3i 27sn1 KU nfl IUf ffr onr or the thesecond thl thesecoiid
second e11 preceding prlllIJIJ year lll by h 1J6 UI643 l6O43i l6O43iiiglni 43I 43Il
l iiglni lKlityHK IUhl y Mi I Your 11 uni Old TwIiiM TwIiiMStamford ittiuftninford WI WISlntnrart
Stamford Slntnrart Conn Clln win Doc nni iBMrfl t trl lint lnt lntHn iThtsoy lintsoy
soy Hn WHoyt Wloyt and al11 bur or twin In bratlior llhlr tsnno tsnnoAVRtilWtfll r linacainIWthi n
AVRtilWtfll WII II celebrated itllhtaled their thfh l0lh CI1i Ih birth birthduy 1ltthda birthday
day da unnlversiiry IIIJvIrlluy yesterday I tnraay nfternoon ntelon ut utMrs atdra t tIr
Mrs Ir Hoyts Hoy horns hOI A gusst 1ll of honor honorwns houol honorwill
will wnl Mrs Iri Ilannah lanolh Scofleld flo elt Him Is n nsister nIIRler iiHiniter
sister IIRler of nine twins and 110 IH II a month over elOf
01 years lnrH In ago Pure hro roierntlons lorernton8 wore worersjireiontod WOII wererehuesunto1
rsjireiontod rlllesoltec at the dinner dinnerFOltAKIJIt dinnerFDIIHn dinnerIOlIiJIiituNit
ICnoli noh Nirlvlnir Hllltll Mt ilvi igtofnn to < ontrol olllol I nut Or Onga au auIat R Rhnton ii iiIzat
Iat hnton Inn or Ohio LcuMntuto LcuMntutoClnolilnatl lfc lllt llltCilohlnnl nIu nIuCinoiflnati
Clnolilnatl Cilohlnnl 0 Dec ICMuch l Mlrh Interest
II tnkfii Ifhl In the th oxriucted o cled trip of Cleorgo leolKon
11 CoK cto Co and tn other Hepubllcan HIUlhl1 lenders ellrito ellritoWIhIIIIOI to toWftShlngton toahiiiigton
WftShlngton WIhIIIIOI this thll week wlek Owing 0111 to the thectnteut I tiuetnltaet heOlllllt
ctnteut Olllllt botwcvn uotwctn tine Ih friends flllnll of r Senator SenatorTornker SelltU Senintor1orttker
Tornker 1tornkel and In Senntor Benntol Hnimn Hnlua over th thorgnlilzHtlon tiL tliorgin <
orgnlilzHtlon orgin ii izat inn of he I leulslnturv Ilyllllll igisht toni ther Url IK IKnn luOtt
nn 11 Unusual UluRunl agitation Illnlol nil 11 over UVII ei tin tinstate tIl ttnstate
state fine fil longdlstanco 1011tlltlnco telephone 1 1 llhour bus busbeen bl hasheart
been heln In II uso dally Iialy between Imlwltl Viiishlngton Viiishlngtonand aehnijigtoniannul l hIJTllll hIJTllllalc
and alc Ohio Oh to cltUs lls i I tis and 11t a ad especially eItraly I ly with n tli cer certain I ueiteili I Itnln ¬
tain Uepubllcnni lepuhUcln nt Columbus Coilmhul nnd cin cinclnnntl uiiiti
Illcln Illclnunut
clnnntl ti unut in ant I I and flll a lid now IOW nun it I I t II lepurted lellrtc tlmt Ihiltthlre t tlmtthere ijtthere
there thlre may lay be bi another Il0thel attempt nlllJI at com compromise lom lomIlromlll cornInronnhse ¬
promise Ilromlll by U a 1 oontemnco OI811UCO In Washington Washingtonbofofu WI8hlIon WI8hlIonotol nshtiiitoin nshtiiitoinbofou
bofofu otol t tll the f Hepubllcnn Iupuhlcnl mucuses lUCUle Hie lUl hub hubnt hullt holdiIt I
nt lt Coin ColI i ins 11 two Weeks el from next Hkt Hktuidny tlt tltulll kt ktUIliny I I
uidny ulll if r no cnmpromlm CIIoll 1 Is m mi innUe de U 1t18 1t18oJ101tlc Is Isimported istonted
imported that both SonalorH Poralrpr Poralrprnnd loraltlrIIlId iorakrrand
and Hnmitt I may com to Columbus nf nftnr racIeI tiftot
tot CtinVicHs oinruss adjimins for the holldayH holldayHto
to irmrtliu1 ihcd lospectlve foro ff fqceu lc f for tortho forthu r rtho
tho cnucUM contest contestlirlnp contestJIlting uittoitirinig
JIlting irinig the campaign t of the pout slim mimmer slimlI1el sumhid
hid It Ix imported till Ohio Senators co cooperated lOol1ntod tOoiernteI ¬
operated in the Interests or the Uupub Hepubllcnn UupubIIllIn Uupublieiin ¬
llcnn candidates for fo the legislature BH BHSenator nilBIIIICllor niHtennator
Senator Fornkers J successor Is 1 to ba baelcctod IJ3eleLtNI 19elocteti
elcctod now January 11 11 nail Senator SenatorHnnnns SCl1aIUllJllnnllIlIlIce IoniatoiIlnnnn
Hnnnns lJllnnllIlIlIce A auccOssor aHOIto two jeais IIII honw The TheJunior rileJUI1I1 rueJunior
Junior Ohio hlo senator wan 1111 Interesto Intelcstfl l as aswoll uschI
woll chI ns the senior Jllor Oil QlltJ 16 Keijntor tflQntorIJ4iIIII latortitrtii4lt bticnjisS bticnjisSIt
It 1 BO hnppenod that alxiut 8 pop c CIII een at of oftlie IIrtIt ofthe
tIt memberselect m are on their lllwt lllwtterms Illstletn tilutterinnu
terms nnd nt1 are expected to be h swvlntj swvlntjihelr lllUlnltheir strvtngtheir
their Hecoiid terms when hen the election nf nfSenator ltRenator If IfSenator
Senator Hiiimns successor UCl CBBor takes place placeIn Iuro IuroIn
In the next legislature legislatureThe
The Hnnnn men vasort HROI that the Forn Fornkor Fornhat
hat men proceeded nftor the election to toform toform toturin
form elates for the Organization of both bothbrunches hothIlrunclwR iothlurtinchcs
brunches of the legislature with ith ultorloi ultorloivlows uHotll1IOWR ultorinrtovH
vlows notably that of the retirement of ofHaniiii ofHanutl o oItannin
Haniiii two years brave honcoThe hrnlcIhe bravefine
The contest nbout two weeks ago ngobroke agohlolte ugobroke
broke out Into open conflict and now nowthore IIOWthere 110Wthere
there are opposing tickets composed comJOR of ofForakcr otFornll1r ofForalcer
Forakcr and Hnnna men rcspeoilvilv rcspeoilvilvfor 10 peellvlvfor
for tho caucuses of both the llopubllcin llopubllcinBtnte
state Bflnntors I anti nm the Ilepunllcan ltepuullennrlIJloMlltaUvcs rep represontntlves retresentatives
resontntlves The opposing cnnrtldnlos cnnrtldnlosaro
ore not limited to the presiding olUoors olUoorsbut niihatshut flcorllhut
hut the factional lines are carried en endown Inclown tndown
down tine IhellRt list to clerks rfergcantat rfergcantatarms d ergeautatarmni rgoalltntarlllR
arms lull every everything eerrthlnr101nn everythingMany thing thingMnny
Many lending nenubllcnns from Ohio Ohiohave 1111have Ohiohave
have visited Washington the th past n t w WI11 WI11nnll uiej uiejnirnui ok okand
and none of them report any prospect Ilro llcl of ofponce IfIJlnce cufmnee
ponce or comnromlso so that the Indi Indications In11lallolill mdleattonni ¬
cations nre that till content t will con continue Co11tIntie 011 011tluuo ¬
tinue for almost tlnoe weeks cokll longer longerMn 101lorl1I longerItnf
Mn Itnf Onrrlnro rluiroIlIIl1s Turin llnrrlslcr llnrrlslcrNow nntII flruilitorNow Ir IrNo
Now No York Dec ICThe Paris cor correspondent correspol1l1cnl correspondent ¬
respondent of the Imdon TlmcH arid nndNow aliaNew aridNo
Now No York Times nays that Mnj Car CarHare CIIIrlere Cnnrlere
rlere who figured so conspicuously In Intho IIItho intine
tho Dreyfus trial having rcnched tho thoretirement thorellremont theretirement
retirement nfl In the crony has bo bocome bocome become
come ft banister nt II t llennes llennesStrict tennellAlrlt tennesSt
Strict St riot Martini lflrtia1tflt Lnw In nt Capetown CapetownNow
Now Ne York Dee D I IfiTbo Capetown Capetowncorrespondent CnlletolnCorreRIJOudnt Capetowncurrcaionnddnt
correspondent of the London TimOR arab nndNow lIulINow arabNos
Now York Tlmos says Htilngenl rcguliij rcguliijlions tCIUI1l7IlonH iQdtllnpttoi
lions ttoi under mnrtlal law prevent iinniu iinniutlmrlxcd llI1nUtllllrl7cd tiinativtiuuurized
tlmrlxcd parsons from landing depart departIng
lag or conimunloatlng with shipping shippinglthln Rhlpplnlthlll strippingIt1nlrt
lthln the three mllo limit limitKrujjorH lmllICrllltrt1 limit1Criners
KrujjorH OrnnilMin Grunll fllI Halls for Afrlon AfrlonNow AlrlmlNow tlrIeOt
Now Ot York Doc IGKlort Mr Krug Krugtfn KfUgrr8 1riigccs
tfn grandson inns sailed from ruin Holland Hollandfor
for fo Lorenzo Marques with itit intent to torxnmlno 10lnmlna I Itunrnino
rxnmlno the military situation In South SouthAfilcn SoUlhArIIu I3outhAfnIoa
Afilcn and If It should be found ad adliable 011lllIhle niltNaluIe
liable to sue for pence on the th broad broadline broadline
line ot nntonoihy under Ihe Hrltlsh HrltlshriitK Orltlllhflas flrittnilnflag
flag similar to that enjoyed by Canada Canadarays CallallRrQ CairadnrQys
rays rQ 1I a dispatch to the Tribune from fromLondon rrotl11onllon fromLondon
London 1onllonlr Londontrgei
lr trgei c K Suppression flIppll of ofNow IIrlllIlHlnlc IIrlllIlHlnlcN
Now N York 0111 net 10 10Alllc1I Advices which whichIave whIchhl6l1 whichPave
Pave luau received < l here In fill n ollclal ollclalitmrl ollellll ollellllIUltrlel Giqeiniu1tirtrtei
IUltrlel < itmrl r from Ylpiina Indicate that Hie HieAustrollungarlnn lholAUlltloHungllrlnll UreAustiol
Austrollungarlnn Austiol I ungarian goveimnpnt Islnftk Islnftkng Is113ktng is 1nrk 1nrkIng
tng ng string IItrun representations to l both > Tiir Tiirluy Tlr11y Ttnrhey
hey and HiliBsrln with the objtot of in inducing In InIlurhlW inniucinig ¬
ducing thoao tllIlCIcuuntrl1 countries to take suitable suitablennd llltrlbioRlIll
and effective step to put down the theMate tholIlte theslate
Mate ot outlawry and brigandngc lIrlg nllnre on onthIr ontlifll Ontiht
thIr borders may tine Tribunes Lon London Lontimi ¬
don corresiiondent It Is believed that thatthin thatthlK thatthis
thin notion of the AuMraHunfmtlnn AuMraHunfmtlnnjrovernment AugtruJIuniiiinnoPernnnent ulllruHuntrlllnn1Oerlll1lent
jrovernment is the result of frexjttent frexjttentconference trfqillntrOllterellrtll fr1Antcointereneei
conference which the American min minister mlnl1t4r miniliter ¬
liter In Vienna has recently had with withCount withOUllt withCount
Count OUllt Qoluohowskl In reference to Mls MlsStone M1sStone tl I IStOlle
Stone Stonetjdhloy StOllet111I1f Stone3tuiiicj
tjdhloy Will 11 Do AN 1 Itnynor Says finynBaltimore fA Saysflahtlmnno II IIUaltlmmo
Baltimore Md JI1 Doc 1 IB 1flea Hear Admi Admiral Ailmitat MmlIll ¬
Ill Schley has notified Ally Gin Hay Haynor Hn Hnnor Heynor
nor that he IH ready tlatl to take nnv nn ac action RItlon aetiori ¬
tion with reference to his case tlmt Mr Mrllaynor nlr1tynor Ir IrHaynor
llaynor may advise Mr Ir Unynor ex expeseta exIIICt8 x xhCte
peseta to meet nU t t the lh admiral In Washing Washington asmnlng asmnlngton ¬
ton tomorrow or Tuemlay TuemlayWhen Tutfldah1n TuedyWhen
When h1n asked n kect whether ho favored n ncongressional IIeon aCOflieaiiiOna
congressional eon Il lllonnt Investlgntlon Mr rr Haynor Haynorsaid HIIlIfJr1A11l ItaynorsaId
said 1 doubt whether whot el a procfodlnsf of ofthis ofthis oriris
this sort II thi proper one It generally generallyassumes iren generallyasiunneni ral1 ral1ns
assumes ns nmfll a political srrieci RJP l At ibis tim tlnnI tlmI >
I am of the opinion lint mattora should shouldbo hlIltlJO
bo prosecuted In the courts There sire nroplenty 1110plent sireplenty
plenty of ways In which this ajn c n 1 1done I110M lu ludone >
done until this week wo will vii boon bO J1 t tnonsuit III IIIrOll8Ult toronstilt
nonsuit and determine upon up n our courseof course cOUrslot oUrseof
of notion notionAmong ollIonmonr action4moflg
Among monr the telegrams lle roml Mr llaynor has hasrecolvml ha hareCflIftli hasreciulvstt
recolvml since tin publication of th thUndlnga th111I11n thnflnillns >
Undlnga 111I11n of tho ha court ot Inrnilry iruni1ryis wns tI8 on onfrom OIW OIWCrum oilfrom <
from n eentleman tl1t1 mnn In another t state who whonuked whoflllketl whotiked
nuked that his h Identity be kept sotret sotretwith 111Mltwith puWiitItin
with Itin an offer of J10COO for the n neNR neNRRIll netesacry ws wsnary
nary expen expenses en attaching to a further furtherprofpoutlon turthirprolllllution furtherprossttitton
profpoutlon of thc case Tho offer was wasdeclined wnlldecllnell waHdeclined
Those In South Africa Afrl a Como Most MostOpportunely MostOpporlunolYI MostOpportunQIy
Opportunely OpportunelyBOERS OpporlunolYIBOEHS OpportunQIyBOELtS
Hut HIP th l IliilKli li I Ii Mill UII Mod tlI It U lo IM I IiitVoitii UI I I1oith
1oith KUurlfi Hil rl on u uNow i iut IU II IIlIh
lIh lIhNow ut le leow
Now ow York I Deo eo o 10 Iprhe 1Jrhe The correnpon correnponhint cOIIOIlIJH1atilt orrespoin1imit
hint of tlt till London Tlme and Nurw NurwYork NuvYork
York TlniM nt 1rdtorlu says MIl the ruoenl ruoenlDrltlah IU rueiitliritth lIt
Drltlah mico IIIC11111 cs occur oppurtunely oJl ortullply nt ntA itta
A moment when the Ho nOtH1 ra uio showing showinglgiu ilmowingcigna howlngIgul
lgiu of dlHconUnt with lth lie life on oncommando 011COIllml1IHlo onCoinmanitlo
commando but t lie I Urltlili iiii liii Instead mist otirl ot otlonrlltulaUng oftonratulatinig f flongratulatlng
longratulatlng thom Ihtll1lUlvel olv ouht to put putforth lutfrth PUtforth
forth further offoitK on n blKger noftlo noftloAnoiiiyr IMIIA ecahuA
Anoiiiyr A nol bun dinputch < from tho naim vor vorres COlIrl 001iersponienL
res iersponienL oinlont > HUVS that of the bOO floats ItoencollvciiNl lIullQIIIc11 floatsioiItiltut
collvciiNl north ot Ilethel el under Oun OunJlet Cieni
Jlet i Itt Viljnen 1111011 only two comnuindoi of a ahunlnil nhmHhI ILhi
hunlnil hi oh I iou mi tllln u to u each us cii romnln 0 In Inllll tine nolgh nolghliorhioci IIlghhUlhIH iteighiithioui
liorhioci Tlit1 Ih rest r llt IntlndliiB Vltljtuin Vltljtuinhavu ihiJtnhave l
have gone MUI lo u the Lln northmisi inward tho thoUelagou thuieingou
Uelagou railway limo There hlI tteems tteemsttnys tlCCIIIHIIlr saunasseyN
ttnys the correspondent I no roatton to todoiilit IIIdOllbl todo
doiilit do in I t that t Inst t Acting jrwldeiu J reside itt Hchallt Ikhilill1I08N icinnt I Ii IiI
1 larger and tutu the lie Jioer govornmenl olll ollltlaln oJII1lu ojittiuiu
tlaln have CIOBMH the line nurth Aftor AftoruddredMlng ArtululldnIlIHlng Aftoruddrotnstiig
uddredMlng n large meeting near Cliff Carolina ClifflIuII CamI ¬
lina I mm at it t which Jill told tohlllw the I burghers bin that thatthey IhlltIh t inn innthey
they Ih mint bo iteiulfiiHt tUl rUllt as foreign In Intervention futelvntloll tntterventlomn ¬
tervention wits curtain bcforu long longthniik1knger
SchulkUorger toenm lo have donldod donldodtlmt tluehltclthat u1uetIeithat
that the country Lollntl north of tine Dalagou UIIIIOIl1Il1wIlY itagontialiwny Dalagourailway
railway uric IIn wns mono nttractlvo than thanthe thlllllilt thittlnthe
the high Veldt ehlt whore thu llrltlsh lIrltl h col coliiiniu rollIIunR coitinning
iiiniu are hiigtllng tho hoots Incessant Incessantly ¬
ly lie I II probably now In the neighbor neighborhood noljhblJrhol nnolghborhood
hood of Pilgrims Host where some 400 400Boers 400loelf 4001oers
Boers mayo settled for the summer summerIict ilUml1lClPht sumononP11
Iict Vlljooii n tho lending lena III spirit of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Loers L oems In the Knstorn TransvaalAfter Transvaal 1raIlYIIIflel
After flel Gen en Hotlm hud been biyy en encoui encoulujJlng encotiintng
coui coulujJlng nvlng tho burghers with lth tnleti of ofthe orthl oftue
the wltbdrnwul of llrltlsh troops and of ofIJoer litnnel ofi3uier
IJoer successes IfUrtlIIIllIhl In in Cnpe Colony lonny his hisVlljoens hisIIJOllllI IrisVIljoens
Vlljoens defeat by 1 Clen Hamilton Hamiltonshould 1In11111011Rhouhl Ifnninltonnsinuu
should sinuu Id tmmnmrlly sunnimini riiy Incionse I the discon discontent Ilscontent d I scu a atoot ¬
tent which I Is vory YUI rlfo among the thoHoars thellocre
Hoars In thecu tII O districts districtsKOUHIIT IlMrlotllIoun districtsIUGiiI
KOUHIIT Ioun IIJ KOlTilllJ 1o01t IIII 1IOKUH 1IOKUHCap 1101mGIIPI flIit4Ciiit
Cap A i II llimwnll AddionxcH IIIIrIII n nIn 1ICIHIIII aioI
ICIHIIII ioI trig In InNow 11IlIIIkl hInnuuikIyi hInnuuikIyiNow II IINow
Now York aih Dec fe 1C 10JUtr After or llftern llfternyears lIctl liftoennyears > u uyen
years yen 111 alincnee IIh eoI Copt A H 1IlIaolb ilnmelii r roently IH IHttlltl rumeiitly
oently u hour cuiiiniaiiiliT aildrpamd aildrpamdthe I1tlllr Mcli
the members of the sixty 111 combined I so societies sonotion ¬
notion of the th Plattdeutwhe Volks Font FontVeieln Fostenein
Veieln In Hrooklynjipon IIrnokl < tI 111Ufl tle tl 1 oppression oppressionof opproa lolI lolIor
of the Transvaal Sheriff Irell < or New NewYork Ne NeYor NewYork
York Introduced hit rod uced HIP t speaker r who rIi ho o wn wnborn Willhnrn ughbonn
born In Urooklyn Lnter lu became a ailtlsen 1fltlln at1
iltlsen t1 t isen of o f the t Trmmiutl 1 inns titi and took pan panIn lInnIn ia it itiii
In the assault upon tMajuba IIIJuhIlIIIII Hill and nndtho omltho andtino
tho other stlrrlnc episodes Ipl OIltIl of flour 1I0ltrhis flourhistory
history his lory since the wnr with ittn Oroat lInt Ilrlttiin IIr1tIIln lIntintin
tiin began Mi h droll mild tine societies societieswould soeietieouhi1 l llould
would onii have 2000000 II iIgnitttttos lgmitiir lJ < n III II tall < M to toH toII toIL
H petition le ltlln urging 1rosldeni Uuoiiovolt Uuoiiovoltto
to enforce HIP treaty traal of Washington Washingtonwhich atinttonnhniein
which would pi IU1OIlI event England l nlrlll ll from frompocurlng rrolnocortmf ruin ruinsocurtng
pocurlng supples of any kind even evenliorses 6111Ilolsell eeniuoiseH
liorses nod nnlllnulo9 mules In this country ollntl Just Justan
an goon as the petition Wtl WIIM LlS icody road the thesheriff thoHhmlrr liesireilf
sheriff said n delegation of 10000 per IerROnR huer8uih perBOIII
BOIII would ouhllltJHrolll1 descend upon Copgress COp lIT with wltlitho willithc withtine
thc same object In view Cnpt apt Hnswll HnswllBald II11s8ell8111t Ilnesnihisalt
Bald tlmt If time lloern wore I only per permitted 1111millet jenmnitted ¬
millet to light out their I lieu battles and nra If Ifnil ifau
nil au help were withheld from ruin England Englandby nglllndb
by b the other nations tine 111 Doers could
bankrupt Orent reot Britain within live liveyears fIoyoars livoyears
years If they could fight that long longKliKCTIOXH IonSmtoCJIOXH iorngE
KliKCTIOXH E IN I OUHi OUHiSecy CtIlllSec u uSecy
Secy Sec Hoot tilled u11t Ungchtoi0141 to Postpone 11110 Them ThemUntil 1hcnUintIlJiiin lh1I1UIIIIIJIIII
Until UIIIIIJIIII > au J JWashington tilt tiltWnshloRton 1112 1112Vnshington
Washington Dec 16 16I111l1 Kldel 0 Plrer Plrera
m > a commissioner for the coalition of ofrolltlcal oftolltlral oftoiitical
rolltlcal parties of Cuba In favor of tho thoI
I I residential candidate Gen Unrtolomo UnrtolomoMnso IJnrlolomoInso
Mnso has been accorded an Interview Interviewthe
I the iii secretary of wur Mr Plrerra Plrerrar PhcllCfIelllIttlI PInermarreaernted
r resented to tho ho secretary a memorial memorialto
to den Wood by b 0 loin n riseblo sebll Her HerUMidez lIerurnde liaror
UMidez or odes president of the United Demo Demoirntlo DeolllO1lItie 1emouratic
irntlo party and nnlllhallmlln chalinmn of the Ih cxecu cxecutve IXIIUcOll1lnlttto exevucommittee
tve committee of the Mn I1ntoo o electoral electorallonlltlon riactoinilonilitlon Ite t 0111 I IIOlIlItlon
lonlltlon compOHil of the tin National the theIndependent thehl1luplIHlenl tinelnllopdnlent
Independent the Republican ItelluhlleUanlilTnllell ItelluhlleUanlilTnllellI nod United UnitedI
I emocratlc parties and the Indepen Independent IndolnlIent imndepeinilent ¬
dent voters votersIn
In laying the memorial before lie thoFfioretnry IhorccletIIy lierccnettuy
Ffioretnry Mr Plrerm submitted a aMntement IIMotement airIRteInhelht
Mntement signed by h himself explaining
the political conditions existing In Cu Cutn < U UIa inIn
tn and urging that the election be bedeferiud hefleCerrld bedeferred
deferred until January 81 1002 In order orderthat 011101thllt orderth4t
that certain nlleged Illegal nets gf the thecentral thclItml tineemitrah
central lItml board of canvassors may be beremedied JorlmelllNl bereinodioul
remedied Ho bases this request upon upontho upontho tipontine
tho assertion thai tilt members of this thisI thlllIllIrd thislonird
I ford are candidates for olllce arid nndmembers a aridnnrembors 11I1 11I1membelI
members of fionor Pnlnms executive executiveinmpnlgn execullvelnmpalll1 executivevainpaign
inmpnlgn committee Having direct directcharge 11IIccthnnt nUnectcharge
charge of the coming general election electionthi
the saId board bon Ill he assorts has Issued Issuedonlors isetnedoriors
onlors 1 > nnd Instructions materially materiallychanging nnitteriahhyninainging
changing the provisions of the election election18w
law liwMr
Mr Plrorru further charges n mum numler lIumI
ler I er of alleged Illegal nets by the tb board boardvhlch hoarllwhlrh boardwhich
which he nvurs lire calculated to de deprlvo dpprlo domurhve
prlvo Can Mnso of Ills rights Through ThroughTIII3 Throughi Through1IIB
Prevents Many fllll Icoplo 1ioni 1ionin lr Lryiing Lryiingin hl hlII
n Gout > ood Mcdklno McdklnoStomach IllHlIltlnufHornacll ioihicIiieOflr5ehi
Stomach Oflr5ehi troubles nrc so common commonnd commonalltl commonand
and nd In most cases BO obstinate to cure euroihat cureIhat curethnit
ihat iiooilc me apt to look with sos suaplclon RUSlcloll sosplcioin
plclon lcloll on any n remedy claiming > to l h be > 6 u uradical urulliool amadieni
radical jiennunent cure for or dysriopbiu dysriopbiunnd
nail IndlKestlon Mnny Ilnll such pildo pildothemiohfH 1111110theflilolrl pm ido idoIlienitulves
themiohfH on their ncutcnuxH In never neverbeing novelhelll moverlietnig
being helll humbugged 11111 Ii iii nlJU IJltKI especially ly In medi medicine mellidnel mdicimneu ¬
cine cineThis dnel1hl cimneuJirhn
This 1hl fear ot living humbugged can bo bocarried hecnrrlld hoenrniail
carried tun far inn to far In fact that thatnmny tlillt1IIf1I1Y tiniitnnrsmiy
nmny ixiople duffel for years tJlIlS with Vonk Vonkllgeitlon Qlk QlkJlCttlon uakIigtition
llgeitlon rathur than thl1l1llsk risk a little limn tlmoand limnand timeansi
and money Inone In faithfully testing the theruling thodlmll theinttnrnS
ruling made of a orcpniatlou ao relln rellnMe rellllhiI maltaIiie
Me and universally used a nil StuartB StuartBDynvpilu StuartslYspnpiiii
Dynvpilu 1 Tabled TabledNow rabtetsNOW Q bletl
Now Stuarts Dyspepsia I spopsll Tablets lire nrevhUI arevitiy
vhUI 0111 > different m one Important re reieitVioin 10Illt roMiuet
Illt ieitVioin from ordinaly promlotury menu mcdidiiei meltldUel menuiinei
dUel for the re rftwn Mm that thfly tM are not nott nutBrettt
t socrit ixitent medlclno no secret Ij Ijmade IJmall i imatte
made of if C ilnlr Ingredients although althoughI autnouginthey
I they or sold by all druggist undor undorprotection IIIlIlprIrultetlon mnmnnicrIirottttioI1
protection of trademark hut analysts Annlynlanhows anallIlshow analystslmows
nhows how them to contain l nlaln the natural dl dlKentle diKestivu l l1tt
Kentle 1tt tIl feimonU pure nieptlc popom popomhf
hf dlirt dll1611vI tlve Heidi GnlnYn Sen blsmui blsmuihydraolu IIlslOllltyJrl blamnuttydrastni
hydraolu tyJrl tll and mix They Th ate not ca cathartic lllIharth eniliarti ¬
thartic neither Uo o they act powerfully powerfullyon
on 111 El fillY orcnn bill they Ihl ewe IndlqcA IndlqcAIMI iigdIc iigdIcionr
11111 IMI un tlio common sense plan or dl dljreNtluq IIIreHthl ibestiug
jreNtluq tIll mod enten thoroughly be betore helo1 betort
tore It has time lo ferment your anti nndcuuso a antiCtihig 1111
cuuso the mtachlvf f This fhl Is the only onlywiit olllyIltTlt oniyrennt
wiit of thilr succwtg succwtgCathartic I aueceneCathartIc UCLllltl1llhartla
Cathartic pills never have and never ncnoran nOHIan
an cure Indirection nnd stonmih tiou tioubWs tlOl111141R
bWs bccauBO o they tho act ao entirely on the theUiwcU thellcl tire1oels
UiwcU wher llIerMh Af < tho whole trouble Is Isilly IsfIII Iaiiiy
fIII illy III the fitumneh fitumnehHtunrta 910ltUtchHtuntts stunrnichitUntt5
Htunrta Dy D DysiefaIt pefafa Tablets taken uf ufier urleI atLen
leI meali illgast the food That Is till tillllicie nilllwlu tniitheme
theme h I to It Food not digested or orhalf IIhilI ortnttlf
half digested Is poison ns II It create creategnu ereatcgas
gnu Acidity houduchw hOU tchl1tl palpitation of oftho o otho oftine
tho heart loss of flush und many I11l1n other othertroubles othllrttouhlell outertroutles
troubles which are often called by soiro soiroolhor 50U 50Uothar aoireother
other name namJ
My Lungs LungsPerhaps
Perhaps they arc sore and andweak andwenk andweak
weak from constant cough coughIng coughing coughIng
Ing How is this Have Haveyou Havel Haveyou
l you forgotten about the cough coughmedicine coughme coughmedicine
medicine me iclno your grandmother grandmothergave landmothcrgave
gave you fifty years ago agoAycrs nf agoAycrs o oAycls
Aycrs Cherry Pectoral PectoralAsk PcctornlASkOU1 PectorutiAsk
Ask ASkOU1 your doctor how many manyyears manyycars manyyears
years he has prescribed it itAn ftII
II I An eminent physician told me I Icertain 1ccrtalnly IcortalmiI
certain ccrtalnly had consumption I took tookAyers tookhyers tookAyers
Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it com completely complelely cornplclcly ¬
pletely cured mo moMrs incMrs mcMrs
Mrs S L I Yca YClIler er Oxford Kan3 Kan32iCiOc KansSOC RansZStu
2iCiOc ZStu SOC SI 100 O J JCAVL 1 C CAYLttCO A VE COUwtllMn COUwtllMnami CO Ioell IIu IIuIhoo flauI
hose I ami a titi many nHIH mum Dy other iiiagallle I I isgitil t tesu ho hounyi hoIIhYI hopays
pays a condition of if things ban been beentreated Jerl1l1uall11 beemitliicir
treated which nmdurx It Impossible to tojold toIold tolokh
jold n fair anti honest ltol1ltHlolecllou election IlictlonKIjOOIKH electionlfOhS
KIjOOIKH 1 IN l NfV foW VOltK VOltKItcNiill 0111 0111IIllHlII OltKIttnnIt
ItcNiill inini roiln Iliiln hlniumitminl anil Itnpld Moll 11011hIlt Mollliijt 1i1Ittnt
hIlt ull tnt < l Hnnw HnnwNew SUIJNew SiiiitNew
New Ydrlt Y drh rllJI1 DO 1 15 15Vnttnr Warm weather weatherand antiierLi
and Li mitt rain ia I it followed fot tov by h high winds vI nut s hnvc hnvctesiilted hlloIPHultflcl inneiestiitenl
tesiilted In eeneml damage all over overtliu 0111Ihu overtine
tine New Ne York stutu un Sutiirday tine thrunow thtnllw tinennow
unow In the nnUhern section thawed thawedrapidly titnvednnliitIiY
rapidly 1111 eniinltitf the rivers 111 und cicekH cicekHto lIPeltto
to fit Ill > ami Urn valloys lllo n wrre I Immdntud ImmdntudHeavy InundlIullIIltlv inunidatwiI
Heavy I ient rain mm Iollnwuil during the night nightart ulghlulIOIuI1nnl
art ulIOIuI1nnl ii rtoini ompaii iit Ii led by wtndn wlu iv mid R of gloat moat veloci velocity eIUI11t ¬
ty t Tralim Imsni ins were 810 blocked for fo many manybourn IIIUI1YhOIlIII limit ny nyiitutir14
bourn landslides Inn a ti ui bios worD fiequeiit lenin emit and In Intho Iutho intino
tho lowlands und valleys vnlle M hundreds tuf tufii if ifdwellings f
dwellings 11 sel < ii in gs were rre llooilod Ii while uln lit tin t ii dam damage Ilnmug Inn nm nmage ¬
age ug to farm fnfllllul1lll1 ann landu and buildings lu luvory IIUI isvary
vary UI giTftt Tow ow lives HO far havo havobeen 11I0h inntoiitmi
been h 111 reported UN IIHlo lost lostIn lostin t tIn
In and around Now York Pity It tho thowind thowll1ll thuviind
wind reached ment r hail n velocity tJhwlt of 48 4 miles an I los an anhour lIlIhou itmiinmnir
hour but t beyond minor mini nor Incidents i ncidon I ni no nogreat 110grolll riogreat
great damage clumll o Is reported so A far inc to topropel toIIIOIIIlIIY toiiintusrty
propel IIIOIIIlIIY ly on land Inn or sniping snipingCorning phiuiingConiiimng hllll UIr UIrCOllIlu
Corning reports mitt the Chomung Chomungnnd CIllm1Uu11I1l1
nnd Canlsteo valleys have had tho big biggest bl blncsl biggust ¬
gust Hood since Juno 1889 today tuda For Formiles ForniilcH 01
miles east and west stthe the low lands am amHooded aNtlootlNI nraflooded
Hooded and great damage ban been beendone beolldone beeiidone
done doneAt doneAt doneAt
At Ithtcii tho damage U estimated at
200000 The lood was the most mo t dis disastrous 1111U disUsttotnii ¬
astrous U ulld oxporlinccd shine 1867 1867Tho 18ilho lStlTine
Tine powor fnd nd lightning plant wins wnswashed winswasinod us uswnRhOtI
washed out ou t nnd two trolley cats swal swallowed lIalInlI11 ¬
lowed up In tho flood All street car cartrnlllc cattnnlitt
trnlllc III rusponded nnd the city Is In Indarknnss Indnllmolll inlntnlnnoss
darknnss Lumber yards and buildings buildingssuffered lJullclll1j1IHnrtNel1 buildingssniWemetl
suffered Immensely and the tb wreckage wreckageblocking wrcrI vrtcltitgebioking IJ IJhlockln
blocking the channel of Six Mile creek cieckturned creektnmriienl Ieuktutllecl
turned thn stream from In urn Its course and andlie uII11Iho amithe
lie whole lower part of the city dt was wasovcrilnwed witsovoIiiohetl IIMoVIIlIolorl
ovcrilnwed Miles of ot the Lehlgh Val Valley Vslle l lIp ¬
ley Ip and Lankixwannn railroad tracks trackscro tllll11IWl truckswere
were cro wauhed ttway 11u and no tmlns tmlnsroichpd tmln11hld tntlnsmeielnmd
roichpd Ilhiicu Boviial bridges wero werou weroInlhe1 uercniieti
u aided inuiy 111 Percy Field at Cornell Pornclluniversity COlIlIliUllhonlty Cornelluninirorsity
university wits 111 turned into a lake an1 an1the aIIIIhl aintthe
the uiilvoridty power plntm were aband abandoned nhnmlollell itbamultimneit ¬
oned rue > lower Iloor of tho city lIt it hon honnltnl hOMultul hotimnitnl
nltnl was overllowod anti today no nobeat 110hOllt noiiii
beat iiii t or light I wan vmr in available avid table In I a the t In Infitltutlon InIItlllllloll innttiitttioii
fitltutlon fitltutlonAt
At Hyincuso tho sudden rising of ofOnondaga orOllollllnn ofOnoriditita
Onondaga crMk lr I cwimnd emit It t pi overly IIolllrt IIolllrtdallu1 liotertYdctmnningo overlydnmnge
dnmnge and nllllllOVO drovo sovoral lIoOI 11 l hundred hUllllrtJdlloo hUllllrtJdlloopI pea people peapiq ¬
ple pI from ionn their homes homesAt inonioitt
At ninglwmton ito Hood In llu > t ho honnngo holIallSo hnonaingo
nnngo liver has hn not n t bwii eiiualled for or
22 years III Much damage has been done doneto
to buslnesn bnti iloli4m4 oH on the river front frontAt trontt frontAt
At t rroy the > damage from wind nail nndrnln amirain nailcairn
rain In IstJmnlPd nt rt00OO 0000 and the theelectric th thIhetrlr timeelectric
electric iar IT scrvlco senviceoituam1Y lcoloAIinn oAlbany Is im impended MtISrorn1e 111 111p ¬
rlell 15W w wAt Ii I IAt I IA
pended p
A At t ondillftown lhrie 11 Utri rlffL landslldan 1iunt1l lIes fl os oscmrod oh ohlilTed o oetimneil
lilTed on Oi Olfl Erie I t rnltrond rnltrondAt 1flIroaAt
At Home the rnplil visa of the Mo Mohawk Mohllwl Moluntwtc
hawk river caused cnu ell heavy los and groat groatdistress IroatIl1stro groatdistress
distress distressLogs distressboils II II0t8
Logs 0t8 valued at jGQ 7 < 5WO O were swept sweptnwnv IIWlpt1Ia sweptunwn
nwnv 1Ia on east Canada creek north of ofH orI11rkllllql of11rkinri
H I11rkllllql I11rkllllqlThJ rklmer rklmerTlo i iTho
Tlo storm did miioh dnmngo In nni nnialmiit nnlIlhnut umnlcttuiit
almiit the city ci ty of aolnn hnltqll lndy Teen Twenlbrlduos t timnllgoa
brlduos on the Lchlgh Valley VIIII lhiIQ3 rnllr tnllra a I 1couth IMuth Isouth
couth of Auburn were aru washed away nwnyCOMMKXT nlII nlIIcOtm awayOMhii1
Austrian iist niutmi nail KiiRMi I l PIIJIII cr Tlo TloVnrloim 110lIrlnll 1keVutriuiis
Vnrloim lIrlnll Vliws VliwsVienna flwsIennn liisVienna
Vienna Dec D c 16 ltiThe The Fremdcnblntt Fremdcnblnttcommuntlng I Frenndenblnttcominemnting renlllenblaitcommenting
commenting on the findIngs of the theBchley thlfllhlc theHeinicy
Bchley fllhlc court says It regards tt allls Admiral AdmiralHchloyB AdmlrolIIrhlcYf1 Adnnirall4cinioyn
HchloyB condemnation for the mis mistakes mlstnilPR irnistakes
takes committed to I be so exceptional exceptionalthat cxrcl1tlonnthnt
that nn oxplnnatlon can only be found foundIn
In persecution by h tho adherents of Ad Admiral Adminirni ¬
miral Bampson BampsonLondon 8nllll80ll1onllon SamnpsornLOn1tfl
London Her 16 tGPI lFeWof FW of t tho London Londonpapers 1on10111IIIler8 LondonImPaiR
papers comment on tin findings of the thekchley thlIhley tineiiilty
kchley court of Inquiry The Standard Standarduys
itS the courts itport can cntlsfy no nobody noIfry noholy ¬
body If we nmv venture to ndilse ndilsethe nlIIIttIll alvisatine
the American people snvs the Stand Standnrd 81nllnrlT Stuntnrd
nrd we should ndvlse them either to todrop todroll
drop tlc Ih dltimto nltriRpther or to court courtmartlni COUltlI1allIli countmnntt
martlni mnntt it I Admiral Ad nut in I Hchley HchleyThe
The 1 he Chronicle imroin irk omliiPnd < i Admiral AdmiralDowtys AlmlllDlllfK Al miral miralDcteys
Dowtys gallnnt loalty to his comrade comradebut nmtlldohut
but does not thlnl thlnl tiii iii Ills mu judgment upsot upsotthe 11I80tthe tipsoilie
the lie authority of tint nmln 11IalnlolHH1 11IalnlolHH1OAII reportOAP1 report topyrtcJAmr
OAP1 WMTANDHHUS WMTANDHHUSKcnrcil wi f AX tNflitiits tNflitiitsieatetl 11 It g r rFCIIIell
Kcnrcil Ht > nml IMs II i Hrlilo llnvo PCI PCIInbcd 111IlIlIeli Iemislien
Inbcd i on ii U tin I hB i o Ocean OceanNew JON JONNe tca a aNew
New Ne Yoik Dee 16 16A A spcclnl from fromAtlnntlc Crollltlnntlr roan roanAtiitntlc
Atlnntlc City It ity N J 1 snys snysCnpt enysCailt nysCallt
Cnpt William Andrews and his bride bridesnlled hlllloRallell hmidosalient
salient from Youngs ounll1 pier Sunday Sept Soi
28 In their 13foot dory dor tine Dark Se Secret Becret Soeret ¬
cret They expected t tll < > touch at the theAzores till70rrR tii tiizores
Azores 70rrR tot fresli supulles 1 of food anti nnduater anltwater antivater
water nnd lo land nt some port In InSpnln III811aln hi hiSpainor
Spnln Spainor or Portugal In from Six to eight eightweeks clghtweelII eightweeks
weeks line On In his mu fonder tortI r voyages voyagesacross VnI1 voyagesacross JR JRIlrrOIlHthtJ
across IlrrOIlHthtJ the Atlantic OnptAnurews fre frequently freIuenll Ireiitiemntiy ¬
quently njioke to ii pifsslng vessels und undhe IIndhl antihe
he wntf reported by them on on their nr nrrival IIIrhnl atrival
rival In port Ior but ns tine lone mari mariner riatrinier ¬
ner and his hillirille ini bride have been gone f Il now nownmly lO lOIItnl nOhVmealy
mealy three > month and as their land landIng lanllIng landtug
Ing has not been reported nnyWhflro nnyWhflroIt anyuh mo moit
It In tilt opinion Inane that they the have havebeen havcIwon havemoon
been drowned IIrow1Ot1Jnhn nirownotlJmilnti
Jnhn 1 ill n Sullilon Dcnil lenilNow DcnilNow 111I1 111I1Now
Now York Dec 16 lCJuhn John Swlntoti Swlntotifor Swhmitohfor 1 1tur
for many 11l1n years enrH nn editorial wrltor on onNew onNew onNess
New Ynik nik dally Ilnl1 imperil died dletltonllhlnt dletltonllhlnthlR tonight at athr < U Uhis
his hr Is homo In I in Brooklyn ag aged d 7fly0firs 7fly0firsHe iO OttII yQuirslie OttIIHe
He hAil been III ten days lIhlWlte lIhlWltelutIoa Ills Wife WifeOurvlVos WifeurviOa
OurvlVos him himlllK him himlug
lllK 111 Fire In WllllninJinrK N y VNew ylow YNew
New York Dec IB 16Flre Fire today de destroyed Illfltrlefl tiestrayed ¬
strayed the large fnotnryof the tirook tirooklyn 111001I ihookiyrr
lyn I n Cooperage compuny l In Williams Williamsburg Wllllaml1Jurg 1Viiiiamm1burg
burg Loss JS0000 JS0000A 320O00Cnilflrinlnr OO OOCnllrllrllill
A Cnliroriilii Ploilcop Dead DeadHnveiMII Ieail1aomihti Iall IallHaollIII
HnveiMII Mas Dec ir InMlltll InMlltllnlpe 15Martc1nipe Mnrk MnrkKnlpe
Knlpe nlpe n shoe nianufaoturer r of national nntlonnlrepute nnllolrorute nationalroptrte
repute prominent ornithologist and nndtaxidermist anlltl andtntxldornnlst
taxidermist tl and n pioneer lif California UrCulitornlu111i11 Californiadied
died today tOIII ngcd 73 J yotirs 11111 Mr Ir KnlpeR KnlpeRprivate InlleRIrlnte KmnlimesnirRnte
private collection of birds was one IIIIOOC IIIIOOCIhe of ofthe oftine
the most valuable In tho United Htntos HtntosHeavy 8tnlos1Iell 4tntosIleurvy
Heavy 1Iell Lost ol Hliroji In Wyoming WyomingQnen WOI11 V3ommninigGreen I lilt liltOrlen
Green filter Wyo o Doc K lrndrew lrndrewhtlslonson lflAndrewlrriintenmton Andrew AndrewChrlstenaon
Chrlstenaon ho runs 3 1100 DO sheep north northot
ot Green river has rcechcd horo ant re reports 10Ilorts nolorts ¬
ports that nil Hooks In that section nre nrelost 111010Rt gtrehost
lost together with n number of herd herders horllerR mornera ¬
ers fhe storm hi snys wan 1111 tho worst worstho Vorstho vorntho
ho ever saw BII In this mate lie believes bellivcythe
the loss among a 111011 I sheep will 111 bo heavy heavyPortugal heayIorlujtnl heavyPort
Portugal Port nigni UaniH l1l1t4 tt a ts China to Concede ConcedeNow CO1cCllrNow CntiglNess
Now York Doc D > 18 IrA A dispatch from fromHongkong tromrroockon fromI1ongkont
Hongkong to tb time Imdon Times and nndNow ondNo andNe
Now No York Times nays Yfl a special Portu Portuguese PorlUI Portuluesu ¬
guese I uose nmbawailor Senhor Ilranco Urnn o Is Isnow is110w
now nt Macao far o preparatory to going goingto golnto
to 0 Pekln to mire for or nn extension of ofthe orthe oftine
the boundnilex nt Mncno similar to tothat 10thBt Itmat
that granted nt HoHgkong In 1899 18 0 The TheChinese TheChinese lhehlnollo
Chinese hlnollo ofllclnli regard the proposition propositionunfavorably lruloHllionunrl1vornb juroponiltionunfMorabiy
unfavorably and strong opposition to toIt toIt toit
It U probable
ACROSS THE SEA SEAMarconi SEAMarconi Ek EkMarconi
Marconi Receives Thorn In Now Newfoundland Nowfoundland Nowfoundinuid ¬
foundland From Cornwall CornwolliBY
IIIMiiiico 17II 11 1IIh l MeNo lit N Nt illcitimgc Inn Innhlmply hintIdIiili3
hlmply 111111 Ibo lKior Nil Triilmiilt Triilmiiltcdliitciiior JrstinsiiiiteiJincnntor rllluillUlIJuIIIWr
cdliitciiior MitUIUtl MitUIUtlSt <
St Julia N P I Doo HWllllnin HWllllninAhireonl 14WIIIIIII11ltll
Ahireonl ltll 1tt tnuini QIII announced i II mtotn miteni the I moil inn oat wonder wonderfill olldorrill
fill UI Nolsnllllo discovery lIH uor of modoni times timestoilful tlltIOKIfJlllll lanestOmilg
toilful tOmilg In IlIlItulllllr mating stitt I 1mg Unit tim t ho hud hndl clIled ioeoiattuJsttrie WQlv clIledoJ d dojwtrlo
ojwtrlo oJ trlu senal HOI 11010118 am tlio Atlnntlo Atlnntloqi ntiaiitieiictt llnll lo loI
qi I iictt 91111 mt from JOIIl Oinn hill ntullon in iii n In i Ii Cornwall CornwallKrtBliind 0111 WI 11 11f Iit1ginimnd
KrtBliind f He oxplulns lint Imforo Imforoleaving htlColoItlng iunmoiohen
leaving hen sing Kntflnnd I inghmn nnnl mid he iiuulo plans mint ins for1 for1nefompllihliiK rOlIIclotnpillhhllf to t tItColmnti
nefompllihliiK ItColmnti iilniiig thla t lni result istj it for to 1 while whilehlj whilehlllIIlIIIIIIIY ln I ho hohill
hill hlllIIlIIIIIIIY primary objcut fJ JICl WUH uu H to tt eomnunilonto eomnunilontowith to towith
with ri t in ocean icon a liiiern 1111111 In I in nildocwiu iii idocein ii lit litmipod insiiitei
mipod also in leo to succeed lIu ccer1 In I mn attaining fit It innini Hie Hiewonderful Ihe1ollllrtUI I I is islv
wonderful lv a ulorftn i Holontlllc elm t tile nolilwmmit in cii ievennnt itt of ofUUUWH
UUUWH sv toloHinphy tel egiit gl1lllh liii ucroiui tho Atlaiitfo I lain t to
Slgiuir MuiuuniM i a mcoiniin station s to tb ri In I in Count CUIl11I1I nil sti I
Is vtiy vtu t powerful Ho possess an Illi Illiirk IHwItle ItO ItOtiIt
irk forcu once Konurntrd thuro 100 tlmos tlmosKrwiter tiltHIIUI timusgiant
Krwiter UI giant ltlr ten than hln it is ordinary orni I inn m otntlons a tat loins lit littorojio IwfUfl 111lore
torojio lore ho no loft ISiiKlnml ii mit lii mitt hu nminind it rmit rniuI with tit Ii
the rtloutrliltn In In ilwrjo of the station stationwhich IatlollwhhhIK tatIonnwhitii
which whhhIK IH located nt Ioldliu that signals 1111111111IIhOllll1 signalsshnomiht KHUH KHUHMould
Mould bo Hunt daily nftor a certain cuinulmnihitto
date which ho would eablo him hIm after a Cten
bavins perfected Ills urraiiBstnuntH II I Ill l1Jli II1U II tl
here hereSlunor
Slunor Murconl arrived hero a wlwlt wlwltIIgI svsndcstat v ck ckiiTi
stat > Filday 1 lllI fiilocled Signal hill it Uio Uiotntrunce tlroall hountrunco
tntrunce all t rim nco to tine luubor ilK a ii an inn oxperl oxperlinenilnif 131111I11I1cllllhg o tori torimncn
inenilnif mncn t tug station s t ii iumr and moved an u vent hi in is juulp juulpmcijt 1111111110nt qi ii p pmont
mont there Iimt Monday ho ail en 1111111 led to totho tothtJ tolie
tho lie Poldhu uiaton to begin l Bunding Bundingsignals sundlngBhmala somndInngsignals
signals nt 3 all t p m dully and to t conilnuo conilnuotinin vomntimnuothiemni olltlnuothcI1
tinin until 6 p 1 m these houiw b lll ticimn ticimnrespectively lntf lntfrespectively llIfreBlJectlI
respectively 1130 11 30 a m nnd all 230 p in inBtJohiiH 111tJohns in13Jotnins
BtJohiiH time During these hours Wed Wednesday WedIIcslluy eti etinneedny ¬
nesday Signor Marconi alconl elovntud n hlto hltowith hltowith kitesitin
with an nurliU wire IIu by menus of whlrh whlrhBlBnnlB hldl hldlulnalll iiiisignals
BlBnnlB life sent or leeelvcd Icc lcd Ho rc rcmnlned 11lIIalned mcmnnrtlned
mnlned at tine wordcr attached to tine thoroeelvlnjr Ihotectllvll1g tinereceitirmg
roeelvlnjr npparatiifl and to hit pro profound 110founel inr ¬
found satisfaction alpnals were re received reIphcfl recdlvii ¬
ceived by him nt Interval according
to tilt proRiam arranged previously previouslywllli
wllli lth tho Inn operator nt 1oldhu These Theseflltfnalu 1hI80slgnal Thesesignals
signals coiiHlHtid of repenting at Inter Intervals 111101IIIB iintotln ¬
vals ln I ii the t ii 0 letter iett en H which w In I mn MauomH MauomHcode tfttoii blOIIl1CUlll is isconic
code Is minnIe by three thl e dotH or 01 IrJclt IrJcltRlrollCII i ck ickstrokes ckstroked
stroked This Hlniml wnu ns ctpoatod 110 nofieciwntly 110tIlHIIH 110mull
fieciwntly tIlHIIH mull tuent ntl I y and it miii HO In I in neroidanco in IICOl ecordim nIlCIl mmcc with withtin V I tin tinhue
tin detailed tilnii arranged to provide provideHufigunrds IltoltklIfl huroitlcsufegunruls
Hufigunrds lIfl UIIIlls aifulmit possibility > of nils nilstnko IIIIRtnko iou ioutake
tnko that Slgnnr Mnrconl was nntUJlod nntUJlodthat slltl ninths1emtthat lell lellthll
that It uiia tis n fionulne trnnsmlHHlon trnnsmlHHlonfrom
from KriKlnml KriKlnmlAgain Bnuhlllltglln flrigintndAihifl
Again glln on Thursday fhul llay durliift tho name
hours tho th kite 1nH n elevated and tho thoname tinecanine
name BlKnala wore renewed This mada madathe 11I11110the tnnmtdotine
the nxsurmiep so o complete that Signor SlRiiorMaiconl 611noInlconl SignoruI
Maiconl uI it Jct ml I cabled ItI it ci lo his mu principals mrci pa is In InKiwland lnlnglnind
Kiwland l nnd also informed ti t tine II gay trovornor gO gOelllIlI gaycurium
ornor of Newfoundland Sir Cavtfidlsli CavtfidlsliIloyle eIlV Cat1ntiisitlIoylo lIl1h lIl1h1I1le
Iloyle who nppilsed the Hrltlsh cabinet cnblnntof
of the success of the experluiPiitH experluiPiitHHlBiiur l ehleiimIlCmntHSigmar llclhnolltHHignol
HlBiiur Mnrconl though HiitlHfled RlltlH erlli w t < h hthe hthc intha
the jenulneiif > Bs of tin signals tluit he hehas hohllo Inclnmne
has succeeded In his attempts In in ostnii ostniiUniting psln cstrnhilsiiinig 1 1IIHhJnlf
Uniting communication across tho At Atlantic AtInlltk Atlnnmntk ¬
lantic without the use of wires irt cm cmphaslzuH ClllIlhnlzoH cmliuinaslzus
phaslzuH tlio fact that the system 1I fltom Is as asyet nslt insyet
yet lt only In its otnbryonlo stage and nndthat nnllthnt andtinut
that the possibility ot UB ultimate de developtntml dleIOpll1tnt doVeioptnwint
veloptntml Is demonstrated by b the sue suecsss HUCl811 suevisa
csss of the present experiments with
Incomplete and IUlIlItIlPortcctltIPllrntuH Imperfect apparatus an antlio IIRtho astIme
tIme signals ran only bo received by iJ the themost thomost thefinal
most sensitively lenRltlvel ndjusted apparatus apparatusand
and ho Is working under great dllllcul dllllculties dllllclIltle
ties tle t ie owing nun in tc to t I tho conditions i ad I t loris prevail prevailing J1rovlIlIIng P royal I Ilag ¬
ing ingThe
The Cornwall coast Is 1700 miles from fromBt fromSt
Bt Johns JohnsIn
In view of the success attending thtro thtrotrials theFot tinesetriAls
trials t Signor Marconi will for tho proa proacnt IrcOllt trenant
ant disregard 11Isl 1ar tho matter of connminl connminlrathiB COlIlIllUIIIcnlllln coimnmntninieatIng
rathiB with trnnsAllantlo steamers steamersHe
He will return to England next w wpeil wpeilnlld vjekam > el elrind <
rind am vlll 111 conduct tine experiments from fromIolilhii truinPol1hu ruin ruinPoluihu
Iolilhii himself Ho oxplnltiH that tho thocreator thogllntor thnograntor
creator electrical power there will en enablo inable n nal
able al > Jo him to send sent more effective signals slgnaluHe Hlgllal1If
He will undertake this work himself himselfleaving hhuItlelllng hIninsifleaving
leaving ansltsnnts here to erect n mast mastnnd II1Mlnllll rnlaatand
nnd receive the signals n nil he forwairts forwairtsthem rorwllultIhom forwutidsthorn
them It Ill Is not possible 11OR hle to Kond leturn leturnHlpnulu IllturnIIlgnlils meturmnsdgnnis
Hlpnulu from here until n powerful powurtulItrio cl ic ictrio p ptrio
trio lattery hlmll have been Installed InstalledSir
Sir Hubert Hond I premier of o I New Newfouvdlnnd Ncwtouodhlllli Nevfotrtdiuumntl
fouvdlnnd offers Signor Mnrconl every everyfacility cver cverfllellll everyfineility
facility within the iouer of the colonial colonialjioveinment COlo1l11l1110IlIIlIel1t eoioinhtigovetnmncnt
jioveinment for till carrying urr 11I1f out of his hispinna hl8IlltlnN Irisiulutns
pinna pinnaHlirnor IlltlnNHignor iulutnsSlgnnor
Hlirnor Mnrconl Intends to build n nlnigc 1larCl itlamge
lnigc > fully ofjiilpped ftxp lxll1rhlllntnl rlmentnl sta station Rlntlim simmhtin ¬
tion near St JonnH boslile the Lloyds LloydsHtntlon rlo btotlsstation tlK tlKIItlltlOI1
station nt Tape ape flame The former will willhave 1111haI willliavi
have the name etiulpmcnt an the 1old 1oldhu Polelhu lolcbmu
hu station nnd will 111 play tho Karnc part parton pnrlnil pnnr pnnrflu
on this aide of the Atlantic an 1lldhu 1lldhudoes llltlhuHOOR itltihuloeni
does on the other The St Johns sin station Riatlon sintiomn ¬
tion will communicate with New York Yorkon zorkoil
on 01 tmo tide und Cornwall on the other otherholm othlr11Onf oilierheimng
holm mldwny behvcen the two This ThisistnmlBhmcnt Tltlsslnhlleh1wnt Thistsinhllstnminent
istnmlBhmcnt will 111 probably cost about aboutICOOOfl aholltGOOOO aboutcoooO
ICOOOfl nnd will 111 perform the tll nnmo work workm
m fill the modern cable station stationflgtior stn nutatiomiSignor lion lionIHtI0I
Signor IHtI0I Marconi nnnounroH that lu luwill ht11I inntvlii >
will 11I romnln In Kngluul JoII I1Il1 until after tine tliocoronation thueUlonltf11 tinectrmnttttonn
coronation of King Kdwnrd noxl sum summer 1umIller suminier ¬
mer and that he hopes hll R to send tIne thrliowr thl10W tInemows >
mows of that event 1J nt across the th Atlnntlp Atlnntlpby
by h the wireless method so us to prove provetho proetht provethe
the capability of the Bystein for mini mielipurpcwos HUlhll1rIl miniiUrtnsos
purpcwos ll1rIl KOS Ho will iii probably In the thomeantime theIlIrnntlm tireminenimitime
meantime equip all vessels of the lead leadr
I > r MIPS of steamers with his ap apparatus lippurallll miiiarttns ¬
paratus paratus1UOF purallllPHOI arttns arttnsiitOF
New York orhi Dtp 1C IGM M I I 1uptn pro profoMur profCIIUI profemusor
foMur of olcorlcftl mechnnlco at Co
jntnbla lUlIlhla unlvorfllty unti raity In an Interview sayn aayghnl rnnymmthat
Hint hnl hu fully fllll bcUeven that Marconi MarconiMicccodort Marcunltlcceooorl Mametiilinicceouled
Micccodort In ftlKtiallltiR between Inc thotoantB Ihlttla IncksoaitS
toantB tla IS of Newfoundland and Corn Cornuall Corinunil
uall 1 all Knglnnd by his system of wire wirele winleis wiretess
le leis s tcUgiuphy rontlnulng the pro profMFor IHUrlfllr hnruIncior
fMFor said saidThe aldTh 11111rh
Th The HlBimln were orf very stint ns 1 1fond 1rndII1 1rend
fond rndII1 In the teport but that has little littleto
to I do tb with It The distance which IH IHabout IRnlJout isabout
about lCO miles between these two twopoints twoIlOlntll toplmnts
points wns ovcrcomp rflmtfl and further de development tIeI011110nl nb nbtslopmnlent ¬
velopment of the tending Instruments InstrumentsIK
IK I all that is ioulutl ioulutlIrof Ielluh requinetiProf ll llIror
Irof Iupln mid that membars of ofthe orthe ofthe
the society Noelet of electrical engineers had haddlscuMcd hnllc1ll1cuuod unitdhnicussod
dlscuMcd the subject two years Olltll ago agoand ungommntl
and rmuiy 1n1l1 were at t that tlmo of the theopinion theolllnlol1 tireopinion
opinion that the day lIa was not for ills distant Ilstnllt illsturfl ¬
tant when winless ineysugoB would be besent Je8tJUt besoul
sent one thousand thou9anell1lllel miles or more moreA moreAnln rnnoruAgain
A Anln twin continuing lie said saidOno MnltlOnp 59111One
Ono point which whh h Is of great vniue vniuenml vnuemmd
nml interest InllI t to the th scientific world Is Isthat IAIhll istinint
that Mnrconl has proved conclusively conclusivelyttmt
ttmt ltd the Ih curvature or r the earth la no noobstacle nool noobtac1e
obstacle ol > lncl to the system of wireless tell teleuraphy tellCrRplIY teltgrapiny
uraphy Some wcro ere Inclined to think thinknd IhlnllIInll thInkaol
aol nd thnn were many hented h atoll discus dlscuslon dlllrl1Ion discuslons
lon upon It that the curvature limit limitjOlt
jOlt it < t the > system All 11 Marconis efforts effortsf
> Ir > f laic In I have boon 1x o l directed toward town Id per perfecting uerfrvtng cr crtlI ¬
fecting annul making his hi sending up uppanitvi alllllruWM n npnrmtvs
panitvi more powerful and giving n ncrcnt IIatrlat areat
crcnt lUlRht to tho th sending IllIn anti nd It Itillll ItstIll
illll rpmaliiH to be proved however lioweverthat hOIorthnl howeverthat
that hciivy banks of fog low hanging hangingcloud hnnJlnl1clowls inangtmigelotals
cloud nnd an heavy hell showers along and
In the path of tho lie transmitted electric electricwave elietrlcWI1O electricwave
wave nlll not entirely obstruct ob lruct UK pro progress ptnUtNS pzumimosa ¬
mimosa The preemption genernlly III IIItho Istinat
that t they th will as experiments thus far
have proved Atmospheric Atrno pherlo conditions
have also al o much to do nb with and strong ¬
ly affect the electric wave waveMAI5CONI wlveMArtCO waveMARCONI
New York Dec D C HThc Cunardcr
Ltrurta which hu lute Ju just t arrived hare
CPlIT ii It I ti H KU U bl 1 rut rutTWO e eTVO
riHERE HERE are tv two o values vtlu 5 to every purchase purchasewhat purchasewhat purchasewhat
II what it costs and what it pave you Cork Corkcosts Corkcosts ork orkII
II costs 8 cents a pound but if you are drown drowning drownL ¬
L it i ing half a mile from shore its value would wouldbe
be II not what you pay for cork but what cork saves savesyou savesyou savcsyou
you When a woman buys soaps she often con confuses confuses cciifuses ¬
fuses the two values She sees only what she pays paysShe paysShe
She overlooks what she receives Now a single singlecake singlecake singiccake
cake of Ivory Soap pays back from ten to twenty twentytimes twentytimcs twcntytimes
times its cost in the saving it effects Test it your yourself yourselfl yourself ¬
self Vegetable Oil Soap Ivory white It floats 1
wan In communication for III more limn limnlive titanlive
live houis In mldooonn with lth her slst MIMOI MIMOIIIhll sistrlnip > r rshlp
shlp the Umbrla UmhrlaJolllf Long before either eithership Iltlllfship citinership
ship sighted Mghtoeltho tine other their tommand tommanders lomm nl1 nl1ors
ers were lrc conversing by IJ 1 the Matcnnl Matcnnlwireless Marconiwireless 1 1Ilon I I1IIIItIIK
wireless Bystein lItllll The position of each eachship CArhhhl cavilship
ship was known on the iie other hours be before 11 11tOIC bntome ¬
fore their tine it main ruin I in docKd Iloe thC 11 showed sIn ostd nboM nboMtho lhmIho I Itine >
tine horizon Tho Ktrurls Ht Lhei Lheipool LIerPool
pool on am Dec 7 tho same day ria the I Im Imbrla Imbrla I ma mabria
brla stonmod out ontoC of New ei York They Theywero Tlloyerr TmneyWere
Were err 1020 16 minima on oust t noUhrust of Salt Sniidy 0111c Saltdy
dy c Hook when llIn they tuscan each eachother ealhotlwr uatinotintr
other hint Wednesday enlmmeHdmm or In 11 latitude InlllwipIS
1517 IS Ii nml longitude MOT rut 0 Fie hours hoursbefore hnur8hltoll iunmrebefoii
before that tiit or whon they thll were fro fully
100 miles Stuart II pll 11 tho lii receiver 1 ctlhIH on tli tliKtruila 111gtrlllln tiiEtrtnrin
Ktruila begun to ouch varnlngl > Thv Thvoperator Tttvcuonnttoi
operator replied nnd then the Ih word wordITmbrln VOl VOlrmlllIII woriITmmnhiInt
ITmbrln Wits 1114 slowly fiielled out on onthe ontlH ontine
the Ktnirlns Instrument Then bpn fol followed rollowed fotlotetl ¬
lowed the Umbras location The Rtru Rtrurln tttruIla T1truml
rln ml a replied rCIII let Hiving gi vi img her location I inns tint which whichshowed whlrhholod vimIcinher
showed her to be fully 100 tOOlllller iplles away awayfrom aWl aWlfrom auniomn
from iomn thin other nth VQSHOI Q8 ol The tmbrln tmbrlncent CminintuneCint ImhlllIItol1l
cent hem number of pnBwimers tine Ih fm fmthat fIthlll fittlnitt
that all WIIH well nnd the th latest new newfrom 1I1 1I1from minwfrom
from Now N > York The Ktrurla sent sentword sentsond nt ntworll
word ot the burning htnnmnImn of th tIne great Liv Liverpool Liverponi ¬
erpool oxohnnuo oxelnit flue nimdrnnglc which oc occurred 01ellttl11 atetirreui ¬
curred on Dec 6 1 While hlll the inn Klrmla Klrmlawas I lrlllhlWnR
was as lying In tho Mprsej Mprsejfliliirso Mpr MrserCiiiincso er erhlncllo
fliliirso Port Oponod to I in Trado TradoTien fllIIlcrlclI rmutileriern
Tien Fin Doc ICCliln Wan Tao Taoon ranon Iaoon
on the knit of Limo Tuim south of ofBlum otfilulIl ofSlintn
Blum Hal Kwnn IwunWl1s Was formally opened openedto
to trado Docembir It A lnIT t n of cus customs 1 utmetonna IIS IIStQtnK ¬
toms olllclals is stntluncjil ll there thereTho thllj thllfhu ireneThin
Thin Kalsor DiiioiiiHH Ito ItoUcrlln 110l1etlln iiiIlerilmn
Ucrlln Dec 1 > oc 1C l 1GIimperor Kmperor I William has hasdecorated hRIIllcomtcll hasdecorated
decorated Marquis Ito with lth the order orderof
of the lieu Knglo KngloPotlsi I Hagielmiis nGlooIlN1
Potlsi I Agitation 4gii at loin In Onnniiy OnnniiyNew GIIIIIIINcw ioniiiiimiyNew
New York Doe 18 10Iho Tlio Berlin cor correspondent 101reHpollllcnt tirresionnbont ¬
respondent of the London l Times Tlm 1 and andNew IntNew cmiiiNow
New York orlt Times HiiyU the debate II bllle on onthe nnthe ontine
the Polish question In thu relchstng elchla Is Utstlll IsltllI Isattil
tstlll a subject of HVcly iireHs iine discus discusslon dlallIl1slon LllStUNsion
slon slonThe The National X Zeltun ltung prints a letter letterfrom lettortrol11 totterfronni
from POHOII alleolng that the Pollnh Pollnhnioxcmont InllllhtnOCl1cnt loltsinmovement
movement Is now carried on by b wollto wolltodo olitodo
do lawyers 111 > 018 doctors doetorllnntl anal mechanics mechanicsWhen l11lchanlcfWhen nnccimanhcsWhen
When the place of a lawyor or chemist chemistla
Is tree a Pole steps In when hon land Is Isfor IArQr isor
for or sale Polish monoy Is offered for It ItThis Illh15 ittInis
This monoy 1II01lf It Ills Is said QIlI strenms Into the thecountry thecOllnlr tinecotnntry
country from sorrel sources The Ger German OltIIIn Onrmann ¬
man as tine wcnkor party forsakes the thecountry thecoUnlt tinecoo
country countryThru coUnltlhrlf coo n t r3 r3Tiicmi
Thru wns u Polish demonstration nt ntMerlin litHrllIn atflerlin
Merlin university recently students studentsmnlc Rlullntp1111I11 tmndunteinitit
mnlc annul female shouted down with withPi wllh1IOr
Pi 1IOr 1 not of Hchlpmnnn Scii tern ant a who tii a wns n ni lecturing len miring on onTin nn10Th niTin
Tin I Polish I oI tab Question lIHtlollln miest loin In tile I ii e Nineteenth NineteenthConlury N Inpl111 Ineten in I h hrIIII11 Inimnttnry
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but t an nlllclnl o liii at appeared nnd tint tlu tI dcm dcmonstnilois tlumtnominutrnmtoiB I IollHtrntoJ
onstnilois left the lecture room roomThe 101111r ioonnTint
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