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J- country Jon- U,'lt '"1VC l'"n
I ..,. iej upon ami, ami inc people
will not forget his services nny nunc
than they will forget the service of
Schley and I)cwey. Thee my he
reprimanded for their talk but the
people will still re memlu r what they
. .uirian and win on l-ii m t: i', l
-i'v thioiot Kns.i City to Csli-j sometimes
1,111 I ih, M .!.. a
" no I ;. .. i( i ci- us
, td .--of Ji'it to tS a'.l ol Coi(frM Ih iH.
I j' RVi H i, n -oi 1 nlt B.ttr
Selli Low, Hie new mayor of
Greater New Yoik, before afsuminc
the duties of his 111 co, disposed of
nil the stock and honils lie held in
corporations likely to call upon the
forira, in an interview by n Journal
reporter few days tRr, said t
'Tut I may he hnck. . Minimi
is a (.;ntnl nlj state. I was in busi
ness in Adrian for nineteen ymti.
Twenty years from now I believe
Western Missouri will be u bijj ia
and oil region. Developer have
not struck gusher yet. but they will
"Missouri needs a lot of immi
grant to come in from Ohio, Indi
nna, Illinois, Michigan tun! other
Mates that will make it Republican.
c'.ty for favoisor fram ItKc. (loci A peat many hold buck now he
for Seth Low. No public officer ! cause it i a Democratic !ate. Ln
aftotitJ hold or l-c a dealer in the j terpiise come with Republican snc
stock or bond of nny corporation Ues and control. If. Missouri wa
likely to ask for public favors nor a Kejuiblican Mate the money would
ihrtt Sopi iMiti'HI ni'j;hl
c i op-mimMo br ac
tion of mn. (i,
"Coal infers," be went on to
say, "me not' nipcrstitions. Hear
iioikrsr I coulee lliey do, mil un
people uppu( those noises are im
ajjinniyf It beat nil how little it
known t;l""ci ally i.liottt coal minin.
"I'olk it into thctr bend,"
the inspector continued, "that a
man who will (put woik in a cer
tain part of a ni'ne because he sees
the rat, deserting lliat section is u
peutiiious when, n n matter of fact
he timnly dilaj sound judgment
'ery soon ndvr tl.e ra! quit founds
will be hcaiif, and la!ir on a slide
f.i'toiA. loit would have hap
pened to the m-vi had hr credited
TO OVK FIUEMS.
We want our friends to under
s'. uid that we wish la make Tub
Tripusk the beM- local weeklv
newspaper in Dates ccunty. We can
only Jo this by your tielpi If you
have an item of news let u Save it.
We want a gooJ correspondent at
every postoflice and in everyschocl
district in our patronizing territory.
We have now the best and mos.t
regular set cf correspondents of any
paper in the county, r.nd w e want to
increase the number.
Ask your neighbor to . subscribe
for Till Tkibcnf, and caUttds at
tention to our clubbimz lit. If you
Ikivc 'a Republican neighbor wbo
u!;cs nothing but Democratic papers
rjri bim to subscribe fot Tiie'Tri
: i ne. for in feo tioing jouaxUI assist
i ;oui.!cr.;ling the irus ot Dem
ocracy that may save hi j" vote to the
Republican party at the next elec
tion. There is no iiuigwuuipciy or
liilly thally political doctrine in
".':ik Truune, and wi!l.,le none
vhiie it continue under the preent
.management. Kvery clollar paid in
import of Iiik 1 it I bvnh is o
:iucli contributed toward sustainin
;!ie political doctrines and policies
you believe in. It is not the sant
r.nd roar of a paily campaign that
Luiids up a party. This ik well and
god in its place. . It gets out the
votes, but "it i the constant drop
ping that wears away the. stone."
If you want to change a man's po
litical sentiments, sound, doctrine
and correct principals constantly
passed he fore him will do it. ;
This is the campaign year ana we
want to begin early and keep ' at it
11 the time, and a little help from
each of our subscribers will cost
them tut little time and no expense,
while it will do us much good.
We aic also prepaicJ to do your
jib work, ptint your envck.pct, let
ter iicaJ;, ?!'(viiiciiU, and any other
printing usually done in a well
-flipped printing office. Now
Jon't forget thin but do ui a good
turn the. first opportunity, and you
shall be without vour reward.
should any man be a municipal or
fpvtrnnT;nt officer who holds any
interest iu nny such institution nor
a'lould nnv psrty nominate any such
man for ollice. , . ,
Ve..hfe no objections to the
munificent endowment of college
and . universities and technical
schools for higher education, but it
has struck us as rather pecliliar that
no one donates any of their millions
to the school funds of any of our
states. A few nfillions given to the
common school fund of nny of our
stales would do more good to more
people, young and old, in one year,
than the million given to higher ed
ucation, will do in a quarter of a
It would benefit the young in pro
viding better public school facilities,
and benefit the old by relieving
them of school tax.
ANY GTEAK A rOPsTF.RlIOUSS,
fci.ci lorm to th Aid of tla
Mi. IKiiv limu liit 1 t h.
luu ciiu-td inoie Jivyivi' Umi1 I 'f'nUl
t), ami ll i lint V . -Hi' li ijUut-l
r.ii) luit'tin ity on tlit" v s oi-vhih
by the ti'ii;;h beif-tvnk. ' It W wir
thing with whii h ( vi ivuiu' is inure or
lu l,.n.iiuir mul (ijviiii't "hhheviry
one Iit.i- prut! led.
Jn tlx. l.i-l jw ' juir.; tin iv liaihtrn
a 1 r.di luy tuwnrd tin nictittie ftudy
uf fooi', lunula', it ii i (t. d. w lu.t
wc.ul le(.nnii a pi'ir't'of. oiux lvr ,
Olid thitt MliC Wf l:iK( vi) tiie cliHIrtv- j
.ii lriiir iif nur'iu-itrUhnunl it ii'-f j
duly to build uufselves en of lV yr j
In s-t tmiii i'iiil iioi-ihli',' TiiU.'iiay b ,
cru ili.'.a tlx ory toa f.ir.hnt it tru
that lite fund n,ii(llon 'MtTcrt e t
boo tt nd i.- mora wujlljj of mrif 1
Vi I a f i re tit e i rm- . i un A I Cf.
, , i i " . I'Ht dv llii'.n in.iny of the tonii s of lir -
rnliiu lhi rvni nt uf lhi rnl and. ' 1
the subsequent noises?
"Rats are the first of a mine's in
come out to develop our resources.
Many individuals hve their houses
heated and lighted by natural ga
down along the state line from pri
vate wells and private plants. It
has long ago been established that ! So it is onlv natural that be should ! auii-cc.'kii! intri cate.-, hut theT gai.l
the stuff is there. One neighbor ot ! take as pciiivrr indications of j ct nven? ju.-t il'"tmoafid tlumgli w
mine did not find it out till he Hit d j trouble ihc actions- ( f the othr rs.and uray M:tk to high!y-staon(d.'I.nt,t7
ml i jtitrovtrsies.., . t '-
Wlirtt is .iiiire, it is etiinijig to lit 1
ardfd in that liuht. We inav.-ini'
habitr.ntsto rc-A'xr.e danger, and thenE( u j., larir.r.. but V( g( tariatir i:
comesthe mule. Man is the bet. .,, k. n.av' turn B dMf ear to lh
to clean an old well. A bunch of I he should i..ithbe rcfarjed as a u- di.-hif End isy upgout and dv. ix jvia
. rob. 1, 1002 is tho beginning of our mor
cantilo year and tho timo that wo tako
our annual account of stock. Wo havo
seasonable goods to sell, goods that wo
know tho pubho need, wo havo marked
them to sell at what wo aro pleased to
n ' Prc-Invcntory Sale
prices. AVo want your trado. ' There is
nothing , strango about that is there?
Wo also want to eeU'tUesq goods before
thoy become unseasonable; wo aro will
ing to make cv sacrifice of from 25 to 50
PER OENT. that wo may have your pa
tronage and at the eamo .timo close out
J up-io-dato merchant inc.1 Our stock is
always free from shelf worn and ancient
goods because we are early to place a
t price thereon that will sell thorn in their
day. If you would ba true to your own
burning waste wa thrown down to
test the air. The explosion that
followed blew the cap stone off the
well." ' ,
There is an elegant young gen
tleman of education and refinement,
a tireless student ot question of
government, and of exceeding mod
esty, wha became ruler of his coun
try after the assassination of his
father by an anarchist, of whom the
world is going to hear more than
$10,000,0001 jjjgy know ow jn the near future.
given to the common school fund of t, fcaS been but a few years since the
the state of Missouri at two per cent jworlj l)tieved Italy to be on the
interest, would yield $200,000 in- ver2e of bankruptcy. That talk is
perstitiou: creature on that account.
"After rats' Useit an entry it is
next to impossible io get a mule Into
it, not because ttii rats left, but be
cause the mul realizes the danger.
Ltft to themselves r.'.ts or mules
would never he caught in slides in
mines, but it is different with men,
who will not follow the lead of the
oilier two." Denier Tost.
News Notes From the Capital.
The soc'al functions which at
tended the birth of the New Year
are over and now all eyes arc
turned once more to the capitol in
anticipation c( the reassembling of
congress, which will occur on the
6th itst. Despite the energy which
both the house and senate display
ed before the ho'iJay adjourn-
come pei year, which would relieve, a!1 4loppeJ now. Reports have it
the people of that much tax pro- tjiat it3'y begins the new year on
vided it was managed on Republi-1 lne best economic basis in the his
can principals, but if managed on ,ory 0 tne country. Industrial and
Democratic principals it would re- j agricultural laborer are better paid, I nisnt, subsequent events have so
suit in a tax of three times that prosperity pervades the whole coun-1 altered the conditions attending
jount. .. . try, and a surplus of receipts over many of the legislative problems
- '. cxnend turet breaks the dreary mo- which the national legislators at-
There .are cranks in this country notony of annual deficits. . Young
who assert this is not a Christian Victor Emanuel said he would bring
nation because we have no God in about reforms and he is making his
our constitution. Others siy sve are ; words good without any brag or
engaged in the devil's own work ' bluster. If the young man lives to
because som: of our people who ! the age of his lamented lather, the
love money better than they love 'world will see a regenerated and
their 'own souls, sell intoxicating : restored Italy that will take her
liquors to foreign savages and half ' legitimate place aiconj the nation
civilized heathen. Vet this nation . of the earth.
sent it hips and its soldier to for-
tgn shores to liberate a down-trod-j Sunday Observance.
den and oppressed people wi-houtj Ummnr . n n ... of
cost to them, or the hope of reward,
New Yoik, sent his annual message
tempted to solve that anti-holiday
legislation seems likely to be ser
iously modified if not altogether
Before congress adjourncJ there
was a decided unanimity of opin
ion in regard to ti c isthmian canal
and immediate legislation seemed
probable, but the recent action of
the Panama Canal Co, has upset
the calculations ol Sen. Morgan,
and Rep, Hepburn and, while it is
not unlikely tint the Hepburn bill
will be passed in the house, the
W a ..a.-.k .a .
for .Mn,tiv(sth(rvareftiitho;liQ.5 interests vou will call coon f.iici mvesti" ?
are trvinctht virtue of a fink ijot. at rrn to -f Vi ocn Qalo Prinn X
Of irunst to all ila-Ms. Kfornu rj
auJ t I'ici.ri $ aikcis an iuVA 'fhrtt hnj i
recently ht.n advaneed bj- Mr. u j
liuni T. r.ivan. an dictriciiufof (.'it...
. : . . . 1
i .i'.iitui. Hi lorytnri i.tH-n iiin;
ufticturir.' battrrtea and nrplianc
f .r j hpitian f.p.bin hi tinlh s lias
!f 0 inquirid into ijcttriciil .lierpei.
tit j lire .ystiiu of din ttJr.utin t",
by (hetricity. In ibtp he 1 rrjiardiu
a en authority, and come of hiar
(itk on"( !( e(iohi." have awak( in J
con.i(' ra'o'u' inUret uniorij: J'hy-
mil. I!e is not a vrj. tarian or th.'
d(Vot(e f ary rndii-a! food' theory,
bit thans uith maukifil in peiHTr.
an avir.h'ji- for toiiab. tmjwIataUi -nuats'
Sm-h a thin, be tfa, ini
netfyiiry. and in np,,(irt ef.LI'rid''J
he I riiivt forward ) t thud lu'i'tbr
he j nt t'u evil, uiny 1 1, i radii it ltd,
1 1 s, y s . r. u o t d 1 11 to "t h j "N 1 w Y o 1 V
Iitiald. that lr;t rsollr.s rihi in his
da !a!i!ii n llnit the' "j-orf. rli.UKi'"
n r..- the 1 r.Jy'j art if ;ihe U-ff tfml j"
t irli 0 il fla tigfi'n r; 'ami o' he thrit
tnirM to rnsk-a-li !; bjtf.thtf full
cqKj'Vf th 'poiurh'iUK.". . Ab nj
this lir rt' h-nwila nvmUr of t x-
ltr!iurti! hat bau lufrt .urpri.-iilj j
SHeeo-IUI. . y;
l'.-u.:!h his imlhod in oui'linr lm
gate these Sale Price.
Our Grocery Department
has lately received a small quantity of
genuine old fashioned
New Orleans Open
' Kettle Suur,
24 pounds for J.CO. It makes fine
syrup that is AWFUL good with pan
cakes made out of our "CIRCLE JERRY'S
PAN-CAKE FLOUR;-'". r ": J
Does your grocer give you 21 lbs of
standard fine granulated sugar for SI?
Come and see the Biggest & Best.
BiOGFST and BEST!
b((0 r l"!ii.'t r'- . ! IIP! a vc
Jintty pitt-e i fimat fu'j ml it in tir.,'
aru riii'io:! ont-lialftif itto inr.t
iner t bv "( !icinOvM"-tf t h-. bf in-
diiitf into it a curroM ffiehetri( iij I
.. ... i
t:ir.: pirnuates Kry in:m.Hr.u oifiu
Iccif.Hs iht "ttin.iA live tifMi"
the Mil ntific r. a me ,fr ihalisnalityof
a ti.i'h ttu'.k Ii it li prhi(v r much
it.cit el ion a n J profit nil). Vln n the
proi t hp con I in in d a - it flic U nt tipn
i j'Y l j'iti are cooked in pri( i-( W
the mine mit(.i.r p;d 1 1 -1 - uuriu
i f v
so far as these neople are concerned. I , T ., , , ... inuestion promises to result in pro-
' i to the Legislature on January jst. 1 4U a" -
Again, this government, after an: ,. ,. . i traded delit-eratiun in the senala
b ' , ,111.1 1:1 'irussinr nintteii nrr.icu. I
agreed assessment of $15,000,000, , . .. , K Y . c; i and it is impossible to fortell the
.1 t. .l. , i -J "IT
.... isaiu: I
petratea upon vmetic.m citizen' , , ,c 1 cover ce
"If by local option is meant the
during the JJoxers rebellion, has de- s . . . .. , 'considerat
. . h . , ... .. ! right to determine whether the uooisi-"
cided that China should be asked to;
pajronly $7,000,000 of the amount
because a careful . investigation of
all claims tiled by American citi
zens and the naval and military ex
penses incurred, only amounts to
the latter sum.
do more to demonstrate it Christian
j of the saloons may legally remain
re,lt. Lveryday Seems tod Vlut! !r the "untnatcJ- pi.ee hVPH .P
cover rev advoc.es of furtlie .Udor i.ir- niVClILUl V JUlC
considerate cf the question o he ,f u xn.M -
iroatc. Tlicmoslaraentlrienaso 1 niow) f(r-n ,. illu ,,riu jnrahtf, " - - - " ' T
jthe canal protest that a.l talk of ; tUuku,t it , -t rI?i.;M..J(ni Rj-- jr)A I llj
a, 1 a m m
rm'ii on S indavf . a uenaiture is
' 1 fr,.rt. ,h. fi.l ,.,! wl,w l, puictiastn? inc l anama propeny u E0 tj.,n, aPtj ,(, , . ,, ,lu, u.
ihavc governed the administration of!insPired hV ,1,e lob!'y hir, tfe' 'H'-J nt '
-!nrVi.e law-, and it become, a nts .an continental railroads it t, rul, tocVtroy i.npt.rily-li,iVa.l(
1 ,. . . 1 I aad ;s averse to the construction 1 t!. -at thi I'TOo inav 1 api'lied to
1 nursiinn ulnrh concern not on v a a-J" v 1 . . ......
Could any nation " . . . ' . ' 0f any canal. On the other hand
isirate it Christian j . . .. I ROmc of the most earrcst advocate.
spirit and chaiacter than i ! ollleri a due repard for their lights oI fu,1' consideration of the
bythccacts? ... ..;... :..; 1 .,.:, .,.,1 Panama route protest that they
UliVJ lUli,iliuii, v. ...vi. ...wi ... i
I physical comfort. No such depait-
jure should, therefore, be uanctioned.
liaiini Cot l liere.
We have alway leen an admirer j If open saloon should he author
of the hustling qualities of Senator j ired in cosmopolitan citie demands
ForaVer of Ohio and re) ice in hi ! would oon follow for license from
ucccs and hope he will retain hi ' other branches of business, and
place in the senate for yeai to come, might reach an extent that would
tut in the recent contttt in the Oh'o J arouse the consciences of every man
legislature we are glud the Ilr.nna i and every woman in our common
forces were successful. j wealth who believe not only in a
When Pieidciit Harmon set d;-y of rest, hut in rendering to Uod,
aside M. S. Ojv. the ma who' who ha blessed u a a nation, the
When ion are in Kich 11.11 c.lll haJ election, be . homage that is due to hi,.,.- ioVyr-.r'aTt.-V year
maJe the inisiake of !!?, and All honor to the governor wt.o .jti))tt-,i nud mi-
T,r lirilril, to Inn I ut
protest inat tney
ate heartily in lavor rf the con
struction of a canal but .hat, in
view cf the possibility of buying
ihe Panama plant at the valuation
placed on it by the Walker com-
(Continued on page 3 )
IT'S COLD'S my
To trei.t a iviiin.ui fur a iti rase yc.ir after
year anil j;ivc lirr no nii..m nl rrltrf.
S'rt t!i; t lint t t it Uie ca; niili KuKi
of women vlifi
uid see u at our rilice on Paik
Aienue in the : F! b M.' 15ank
Duildini:. . , , ' . .
S5elal Nttcj t inr Kendora.
This paper is 011 file tit the ollice
uf The Chicago .lu'.er. ()c( aji, 106-10S-110
Kast Monroe Mietf, Chf
cago, sshue our leaders w!l be
couitiously greeted vihn may care
to call upon 'The Inter Ocean tor a,
teuir cf inspection -urid jighl-ieeing
.hiough its m.igmficei.t 1 uilibng, in
which can be fis)iid evciy mechan
cat and tciri'tilic inipi o ei.ient of
he ae in connectioif i i t It the nrej
I a guiil I'.nispaper. It is a ijite
leat Ij nny mu .inteistc. 'Ju ihc
ul-ject and should be tai.cn advnii
j e ot.
I l I. . f . . : . .. 1 r . .. -I. l.r im u ri d
snowed uis iai ci puiuicai gran- s.'n uim .utn i.v w..... ... j
tnde and went down to deteat, and . obseiiancc of li e Sabbath 1 clis-j ,c.U (,f Jkxt.,r
so in a measure admitted that be ! ti:-.cily an American instituiioii. No j !"'j'r 'p,'
sumccted the chaiL'es inaile by the : otticr nation aaucrc generally ; luwr
6DV nua! l.r ngdaiili.
HELPING NATURE. '
Cowl Hat Ih.ir Hero RickcV-PUtti
The liiikd-p'nti'd coyi is friirijj
Urtitiiili C(nturj' Sovtntton, ray
I.i..!..n AiifWiri-, and che is Ixalihiir
Ui.d tun., out hilter nrirk than th
m i lil , itb Via fnetiti fittings
about In r. ; 1
in ir.ary part of tjy counirj
are liable to a din mm- o tjic' JitrtH,
hich taiiM ll.t. tu ty pht and Uo.in
liLtoiif war the phu v hi r thyin
the. luiiil; and wht-n on"y llif itima'
has a linn 1oj!.I tlie tiw sa-iu a
ldly. iil.lii g poor milk and nanl 114
zSX i5.Xs: .iiK3X
Deuiociatic pre nd spe'.l-bindi-i 1 and tenacioiuly 10 the pburvance of! J,r , AXdeal fe'r S
against Quay were true. When 'oi' day of res', at (lot this nation. ; c( w.im-y. 8 I v
McKii.'ey retained Marcus A. j It b heti) the habit cf the Amer-j t .' ,!fr,'5u1); ; .
Hannaas 'the manager of bi ican people loin culomal days, ami , petio-1 (to- m--- I I
second campaign, he showed clearly j it i. a habit that should not Lf brok- j Ijj'JK lTtUe I ( ". s
hi knowledge of piactical politic", 01. View it a )oy may, no one J J c 1 hi. of inll.im- I I
m 11 a 1 11 1
.. 1 .1. ...'...T.i. i : ... ,. .,.., ..i 1 il.,i, l.-is ..niritintf il nifii In the
pilll 111.11 tu, i.iiii .nnnvHi j.iaiiiu.1. i n il,i.
ivr,K a vlrtiio no Irs than tr.v other success and prOClttS ot our country cure
kind of gratitude, and so secured ; than ha lbs uUeivance of one day J '"'ptTj,!''''
his'own ''success and' stamped the i in stun as a day of rest and wor
outrageous, chatgrt and accusations ! h!p. I l.elpfi.l and iccupeialive
iadc againk( his best fiieud, a power i imnica-urr able. 'Ihe
talsf,,so that now we hc;.r but bltle i ii;s sentiment of the pe-pl- lias
ar ll.ein and Marcu A. llai.na 1 dictated i', the phihiMipliy (four
' purinypicd . is completed
and wo invito you now to a
8 great inventory sale in all
W riAnfirtinnritc! P,1rtr."hincr
af V V attaAA af 4 (V W t) f 'a' aT "at k aV j-- f
ivj- iShoes and all kinds of mens
! furnishing goods, Trunks
II and Telescopes. Will show
'better bargains than over.
j Please make a memorandum
M: of our prices and compare
tiuiimrnn i.'r..'iuipj;for your own good.-
mi! tire out by i !( tioWVilis, the '"",ili' ' '
t.f the lours, stid by..liii;iliiig'lln:m!l(Ji ' .
uith hand of iK.k.i.t.r.eiiiir.rt mi.i fi wQ have the most substantial and
jjjSji convincing argument for doing so.
IjS and that is the fact itself. Como and
lets figure with you. for an Overcoat,
uA -Suit, Hat or Cap, Shoes. Rubbers and
i Felt Boots, Slippers and Overshoos.
J ' ' Rospectfully, -
Ir, l';: ri e' r.ivorile rrescriolion.
H makes weak wmncu rtioo and aisl
woiuiit m 11.
y t-r hr.-llh.
S.ui wi i H
Mands to-day vindicated before the
bat's the i:iaUit rciU llmuu?
Amcican pei je. l'o man in the
country deseiic bettel cf his pji ty
ih.iniU.t lJ. S. Quay or than doe.
t '. ..-,. it,.,-,. M au I.,. .In I.
"jow never glow ! ,.
Six'y milii.in people i i ceniial
l u.:.i nis' i.H'iio.r f'Oiii famine,
and ihe t-.i ( 1 1; Mi i t it ri'ii'm:
l! brrt i ti 'Ms in u'i.l e l!e
i i i:i ' I e "'!.
As Our raeV foualn her It.
foil!) "' '- riK.ro: , a cousin i
mtfi-i. ur cougimmaii, w h j bad jjsl so c.
bt'iiii; thow its leasoiublenes and o.u'U hn.iiv a- i, i i
" 1 I !... I... S .uJ ul. !..,, ,1 i..,
ihe iii-toinal Cui'.moiHiCli.C ;ippiovis
it. Lit it be prenetved in it puiiiy
a one of tut ii .tin-t jj S of our bb
tiiymula s.ifeguuid Ui our puLl.c
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