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Tlie Glacier Publishing Company.
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HOOD U1VKU, OREGON, SATURDAY. DECEMUKU
t IIM Itll'I ION MIIC'K,
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Grant Evans, Propr.
'.-..n.l HI., Iirar Ouk. . . Hood Ulr, Or.
Hltm ing nn.I Hair .iittliig neatly don.
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oi Hie ,,ivv hi'iiiiiimi'iii
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..." r-,i-1Wl ,ij,u, ,M KOII III All
melon, A In,
r-ccroliiry Herbert in bin forthcoming
..MrnK lll IIMH I OII-II'HM l) l.lollli
mi' inoiicv lor i.iii. iiiok. Imitl,. hIhii ami
I'MII lOi pt'UO lllinlN Of hllCHKIIII type,
.Wlorney -Gcncial olucv lnm rendered
fhi inn ii ii hi 1 1 ... i . . . . . .
hi linn I i- llllll IIOII'N IHHIIC I h'
i-....ii..im inn inn nil- teni'iii currency
iiiiiiiiii- ii i f 7 iii.i. i it k ii r il.. ill in. ...... i
.... I . .1 . . ' ' I " '
imucr Ihe hank circulallin law. Tim
P mou wan addressed to Secretary Car
lisle. Tim Treasury I M purt n iif. in h.uih
what concerned over tho prospc. t of
( hineno registration uti'li-r tin- iii-w l:iw
pUSSI'd IIJUIII thceveof It.ij.HlrllllM-Ut. ,r
llllM'Xllll Session Under which the
!1l''l",r' "UlMH jllst iss regulation
llii' Hiiiiiiohiijon in ilini n, ri.i. ....... .. ill
comply with tin. law, Inn ,. nill miy
lc mitely ii tit 1 1 the experiment in tried.
I HIh iiiIm themselves lire hh much in fl.
lark ii h anyone, If (.v should again
.. Mir,-, mi-riniuiiiiii would In- awkward
1 1 iu ml ill I Ii.. i .. I. .11; . I .1
... ......,,,:,,,,,, K,.nl , 1111111111011 (fl'-
. ... .iu iioioiiji'ii in registration mid
II'IIIIV lOOKI'll IIIIOII It H II .,u ..I .....
I . . ' . . " -'" I" '
soiuu protection, hut lln hulk of llii'in
U'.llll.l In. ...... I ...II. ..I 1... ,1 i
"; """". i'o i'v uii-ir employers
now it h formerly, They do n., ,lM u ri.
nine sunny to having llu'ir .liolok'ini.liH
lulii'ii for tin- iHii jioM', ,ut thrrc ih no
n a-on to Hiiiioi-t' tluil tlilHolii.'i lion will
lolili Hland in thi'Hiiyof roiiiplmni'i' willi
UII'lllH II Ml,' MX t lllMlilllH'H and tllt'il
imorni'VH he not ohilunilc.
I ln aiimial rt'imrt of II
r-ihvurd I'liikcr Deacon Now
in tlie Social .Swim.
TIIK WJIITKCAI'S IN TJIK STUM'.
I-Hi tro NiiiiiIht of Idle Minci-H on the
Mogfbir. KaiDrH Illicit StiJlH
li li'pili'M aro iu m'HHion in I'lm nix, A.
J ., from liii of tlu twclvi' roiintii'N of
II"1 Ti'iritory to j.iimIi tin. inuttfr of
Noilh. ru nn.I Ci nlrai New Mexico are
eiij.ivmn the liii.'eht milling lioom ever
Kim ii, and all il.e work m eniM to lie iu
the j.lai er Hold iliiiiK.
A niv fiMit vein of coai Iiiih just been
dlM..eii'd iu SoiillieiiHlern Aiiona hy
I'r. Then. I!. t'liiiiMock, hireetor of the
i ........... ..i . . i t i .
.. ii.i II III .llllll'K, J . colli N
i-eini-iintliracite of excellent fuel iiinlity.
M.iny of the fannerx of I'lillnuin,
Wa-li., will fatten liojH with their daiii
aned wheal, and are wcuriin; them an
fiifl iih tioKHjhle, It in eHliuinted that n
lll.ulll.l ..I ..i 1 ...ill ... i . . .
'' ""hi, mil .l.Mlliru iei JlolIllllH I . Ml vitn l in oi a hortliiu
... JH.I K i
A iiihc in now iu iro(.'refH in the Fed
eral Court, at Yuma which iiU'ectn the
iHiinidary hue lietween Ari.ona and Cal
ifornia, mid it in believed by Home that
it will remit iu .bowing tliat Yiiina in
OwiiiK I" tins HU'kneHM of one of tin?
jurom in the Kviuim runo on trial at .lark-
hiii, Amiulor county, Cal., the trial Iiiih
lieen HHtitiiied until .lanuiir)' The
juroiM who were mvorn in are now tle
u.HinliiiK their pav.
The .siiiieiii.i Court of California Iibh
refiiMil I'harlcH Wfifr a new trial.
Welder iH the dry-Hood merchant con
victed in tNiiT.iineiito of obtaining immIn
by fiilff and fraudulent iretenm m I'roin
the l'liiladclhiii lit iu of Sharlcnn ltron,
sixty h'IIIith on theHoulli fork of the
Kern river in California have lieen
hi veil with an injunction by Walter
Kmikin, w ho clainiH irioi'ity in' the line
of the water, which ban been diverted
by tht'Mi Hcttlerrt iibovo,
Later reportM from the nliip (ioNford
ftate that, very little injury Iiiih been
done, to the hull bv the. action of the
wulri, andthiit the attempt to niine her,
which the tun 1'VhHckh and Itelief will
undertttke, will iirobably result KUeceeH-lullv.
Another bridiii acroHH llm MiHuluuii..,!
will be built near St. liniu.
TexiiH jieoiilo (lenittiid a cut in railwuv
ratcH to attract immigration.
Khode. Inland Iiiih voted bv a.
j.iii in lavoroi Jiiurality flectioiiH.
.several thenterH at Cin.-inm.t; I,,,,.,,
Hiied a Itn al union for damaL'eH for l.v.
....it - "j
TIuj tlrivewayn of Central Park. New
1 oik, aru to bo lighted by incandi-Ht'ent
A "conciH.!" report of tho Worlds
air in twenty-five voIuiiich in to )hs iiub
llHhed, The Khiihuh State lioard of Dentintrv
ih proHccutiiiK the unliceiiHed (leiitiHtH o'f
The I'reHidcnt ban removed I'ontmanter
IhtiiuiiH of Toneka (or violatim.
ConHiderable utir has been caused in
ln.in Hocii ty ,y the conveiHion V Ho-1
, "V .... 11 VmA "l Kt- """.John
.""riey, v.iiiei Mfcrctary for Ireland.
Colonel IiikitmoII cIohch bin lecture on
i.iiiconi wiui tiicH) wordn:
wan the yrandei-t
NewSystem of Management for
tlie Uank of England.
PEIMIiOSE LEAGUE OF E5GLAND
It INIV I uj. .!.... .1 it .. ll V
War ,,iv..N ih l. . ..i , .. . i . . . " 1,10 ""WiKiHltt-
, - ; ' " "uiiui- Mm- m iiKeiy to iianH an act urov d in? for
Ii" ii and opi'iauonn of the rmy, and in biennial mionH. 1 rov"""Klor
.ii. "ii in in n iHiicvoteil Cfpeciallv
1.1 1... .... .... I
........ juogu 'kh iii woik on the Hta-coiiHt
defeiiHt'H. Now that. Indian warfare in
irai ncally at an end. the L'radiial cum
'filtration of the iirmv on the pen coact
and front iiTH Hhotild 'follow. The work
oi lormying thirteen of the larger sea
pons reieii'iH niau ifft-t I v ticccHMirv the
of the inf .nti v
' i.n.-.i ui in. i ue niiai mrengtli
i me ariny in - i ii oiiicerH and U5 778
eniiKted men. I he Secretary recom
iiiciin.H mi' repeal ol the law lixing ti n
j earn an me maximum period of enli.-t
mem ami a re.liiction of the period of
niM cniiHlin 'lit to three yearn. TI,'
adopt ion oi the new magazine rifle irtth
niiiHi important Htep hi nee the clo-e of
tbe civil war. i he entire infantry force
win ne . i n i j .(.,-, i hiii, ii,,. new arm be-
lore the clone of t lit
I here ih one child deticndent on ,.10r.
ity tor Hiipjiort in every 100 inbabitanU
hi .ie i oi'K city.
I he Hale of Columbian IioHtAt.e Mtnmr.!.
....n ..... f i,v i,rw lliHleaU oi iZ.W0.0M.
.iu .....I l ....... ... t: .1 " ' '
.'.'. .-vii epiuillllLetl.
a wtiaiing cantain nav 100 ul,..i..u
were Kiiieti antl let go adrift iu the Arc
tlC M'llH the pHHt M'llHOII.
'I'l... I.I t . ....
...i m.iun oi oilll r 1HK IH ll'iniF in
lioverty in a little wooden Iiouho in a at-
iiiuen jian oi South JSoHton.
Kiiimiw City does not nav for lu-r u.
er, ami mo water-workn companv
1 1. Iii.iu i. .... ...r . i. .. . 1 J
u i ui, on mu Bllpjliy,
lntecapH are making things lively
r"noonern" and lot ilimners in il,;.
litfllll' of fieri'., .-iuil
war. Lincoln iH the ierif.len. imminru .
our world." ' I
A little la.1 named Otto FreiHel, but 5
yearn ol age, ih deliirlitimr Vienn..M. n,i;.
- H. r.m w ii.ii iiih elocutionary and mimetic
i"..th. ne ih an infant prodigy in this
-"j. . i, uii-y cay,
When a child of f I.r,l n.,,,!. tr-...
'.".i, me new i iiairman of the trcat
l.iLNI.iri. Iu u.nii 1 ...........
voiiijiany, reneniea a
Hiif.poHed affront by obstinately refuning
n. me v"ei.-ii wnen mie was on
viHit to bin parentH.
Mme. lilanc, the wididy-known writer European navieo employ 300,000 men.
Of I ariH, who in in ChicaiO. will rernnin Livermw.l ip. , t
h.x montliH in thin nntry. Hnending don. ' muuin-
Ixjnrlon men 203,000,000 gallons of
The Spanish Municipal Elections
Kevoltinsr Treatment of Pa.
tieuts in AKylumu.
i.in.iiin oi i a lime in vnrinnu nil,,,.
including a Htay in HoHton an the guent
of Mth. Jainen T. FieldH.
The announcement hnn been made
that Captain Horatio McKay, the com
mander of the record-breaking Cunarder
Lucaiiia, and Minn Elizabeth Swan, the
ituK.ucr oi Jviwant J. Swan of Ovster
- - . . wl j n w- . , . .,
iav, i j., are to be married some time are m Jal1
nefore CliriFtmaH. Ti.o
Bavaria has a violent i
The Portuguese Cabinet in in Ka run..
All the dangerous Anarchists in France
coming new vear
The oHicers of the ("ity of Topeka re
port no ejiidi'mic of the grip among the
linliaiiH in the vicinity of .limeau,
Alanlui, w ho were reporlt'il an living by
tlie hundred. Aleut, I.UOO niilcH f'roiii
Juucuu, are HiiU'ei ing from a grip epi-
nun oi uui riueiiix .Mining v.;outpany
htiirtcd work at rlncnix. A. T. The
'rwent.v HtumpH of the great 100-Htitmp
ill of the I'hieiiix Alining Company
mine bus been opened extennivelv
the hut ten inontliH, and w ill now "lake
rank ii.s one of Arizona's main bullion
Mod of the Indians of the Colvillc
rem i valion are gathering at tho Okano
: : . . ... i ii
'iin liver oppohiic rtllllll, tlllil Will HiOll
coiiimence a wcek'H celebration, or
other wonts a (tenth leant," over two
JiHliium of inlluence who were burned
to dentil Home tune atro. Chief Mom
and other celebritieH of bin tribe will be
prcHeiit to iihhihI in the cerenionies
winch are to ho of a supeiHtitiouH
Judge Lorigan of the Superior Court
at sail Jose Iiiih declared uncoiiHtitu
tioinil the law piiHscd by tho hint Legis
inline returning city Councils in cities
of not lenn than 10,000 nor more than
(2",000 population to fix by ordinance at
. me niHt, regular meeting in July tin
;HiiliineH of the policemen at not less
b .1 unit a...-
man ijiuu nor more man 1ZD unr
I I 1I...1 . e 1. . ... 1
inoiiiii nun nuii, oi cinei oi 1'oiice at
not lews than $125 nor more than $150.
Work on the various buildings at the
in mn iiner r air grouutiH nan neen Home
what lie lived, owmir to hml u-..,.ii,,.r
but w ill be pushed as rapidly as poHnible
irominiHon. une oi the most attrac
live exluluts to ho seen in tho nieehnn-
ics' building will be that made by the
(ienornl Electric Company. This ex
hibit will he equal to Homo of the grand
electric displays made at Chicago.
AVord has been oflicially received by
Director-General do Young through the
Consul of the French government to the
ellect that the Minister of Beaux Aris
find given permission to all French
artists w ho were represented nt the Co
lumbian exposition to avail themselves
of the opportunity ollered in tho mine
connection at the coming Midwinter
Exposition. Among the concessions
which have not yet made much showing
on the grounds is the Esquimax village.
Tho village will contain about fifty
persons, men, women, boys and girls.
There are now over seventy-five build
ings under course of construction at the
exposition grounds. April 4 is tho day
set for tho press congress. This date
has been lixed through the medium of
tho Press Club of San Francisco ami
after consultation with the California
iMate I'ress Association and others who
are interested in newspaper work.
me income-tax Hvctcm to he r. i...it..,l Li
the Ways and .Means Committee will be
coiiliiied to n tax on the net incomes of
all corporations mi. I on succexnions and
legacies. Brvan. McMillin. Whitim.,i.,,l
others made n strong fight for a plan
broad enough to include all incomes of
individuals in excess of $5,0(10, but have
been forced to acquiesce to the will of
the majority and to abandon a graduated
income tax in favor of one applvingonly
to corporations and HUi'censions, It call
lie confidently iiniiounced that the tax
synieiu w HI he narrowed ilown to tin
specilic limits, iinlc-H (,t
lions ol the committee
are n I...I. it. 1 1,,.
Mouse. ihe tax on (ucce.-siniis and leg
acies applies only to personalty and
"i vs. 'I he Heiuocrals of the commit
tee have iibo tlecidrd to increase the
rales radically on cigarettes and to im
pose a tax on plavinu car ls. Iloth of
tht'M' point.- have been delinitelv decided.
Ihe liiternal-ieveiHie tax on w hiskv is
still an open question. The ( mitiee
in iiiaihtainiiy' a sitiilious reticence on
this Subject rtr fearof Ihe ni!Uiiinill
. r ... . I . . . . ' ""r
oi specuiniorn on the Htock exchaiiL'i'
i ne annual report of Commissioner of
iMivigniion 1'.. t;. tnirieii. w bicli hi-iiv...
to be bin valedictory, is lull nf iiii!fitu
oi puhiic interest. 'Ihe tonnage of the
country exhibited an increase from
4.705,1101 iu 18:12 to 4,825,071 in IS'.).!.
There was a decrease in sailing tonnage,
but an increase in steam tonnage.
American tonnage engaged in domestic
commerce, which is absolutely protected
against foreign compel it ion, si owed a
gratifying increase. On the other hand,
American tonnage engaged in our foreign
commerce, which is exposed to tho free
competition of foreign nations, exhib
ited a considerable decrease. The ton
nage of both Ann 'rican and fori.it.n t.i.u-
sels entered at our ports shows nileen.aun
ns a result of the general depression of
mute. I ho shinnim? inieretn of il...
Great Lakes have prospered greatly dur- I
lug the last six years. The to'nnaire
whiclipassedthroiiLdi llm l)..i.n.ii
during the year 1S02 amounted to '21.
785,000 tons, w hereas Ihe ton
passed through the Suez ennui
the same year amounted to only 7,712,
028 tons. The Lnke Snnorior 'i. ...,,..,.
which l)assed throinrh the cnn.il inenauu,l
from 5,1. '10,050 ton- in 1888 to 10,017,203
Hiiir- in in;M,
Ihe sugar raisers of the country, many
of whom are not sntislied with tlie prop
osition to gradually abolish tl.
i ... . . . .. ...v.-"
oo.iiuy nn iiiu'iitieu in the i son I. ill
win continue the conlest in tin. Sm.iu
aim me iiouse, with a hope of securing
iioiiiui 111,1011 oi mo clause it tuev can
not get it stricken out, entirely. Thev
assert that under promise of continua-
non oi the bounty granted by the Me
Tir.il.,.T ii.i., .1. ... ' 1
.....i.i . mn , on ii u ev consirneii oh n
time contract, they had every reason to
suppose ine -i cents a pound bounty
would bo continued for lifteen years froiii
I ho time the bounty was iii'oviMii.l nn.I
say they will push their light to the ut
most hunt with a hope ot securing bet
ter terms than the Wilwon bill
They assert that thev I
outlays on the strength of this promised
'ouniy, antl nave mat e contrn.cf.ti mnm-
years ahead, controlled bv the same con
sideration. They sav that with the busi
ness once well started the ITnite.f Stt..o
can produce all tho sugar the people of
this country w ill consume and thus keep
at home over $100 000,000 nnnimll
sent abroad for suirar. Tim nm
and beet-sugar men of the West . i...
j terested in the question, as well as the
viouo eugur men oi .Louisiana.
recently opened herukee Strio
There is a L'iL'iint ie ui'lii.ii.i. .
U, , i i , ' ' .'' ... l i -w. ..v ...v w VO.IIIIM I
lias lieen definitely determined that s,w ork anil Chicago with an electric
niiiway. the time cm be shortened ten
Pneumatic-tube mn i l-cn rrli.p bh.i'!....
which Postmaster Covenev fai-or- u. !.... '
ing in Boston, can be made almost self-
OHicers of the (iuarnnfen Ini-,.ui.,,.
Companv utChieaim Imve ...... .i....,.i
of using the mails in the interest of n
Cincintiati's Mayor wants that ..!,.'-
poiulntion to be swelled bv 22 OtK) 'bv
..iinexiiig seventy-five squa-'e miles in
Chit ago hotel men complain that their
houses me deserted. A house that had
. .000 guests n month ago now has but
.100; and so it runs.
It is estimated by the Register of the
l ieasury that only aliout $1.-.,800.000 of
the registered bonds of the Unitid States
lire now held abroad.
The discussion still goes on at Chicago
about retaining the World's Fair struct-
itcs in iiacKson rark- as long as they can
be preserved against decay.'
The strike of catchers and hookers
"gainst a iu per cent reduction in wages
1 1 it. i .? Kill I ..i.... . . i "
- uutul eiiipioyuieiit in
the Newport (Ky.) rolling mills.
m . a rTlit of alleK(l ooiling the
....Vui ui v..iiiana uas oeen cnioinei inm
approving a franchise granted the local
gas company ny the City Council
John H Miller, son of William the
1 rophct, who founded the Second Ad
vent sect, long known nn " fiiiurino
rnaiiv of whom have prepared to ascend
Ixxlily to heaven at various
recently at Whitehall. N Y.. ,', 71
strong in his adherence to the views of
Ins father, who died in 1H4!).
Few things are too insignificant to en
gage the attention of the German Km-
peror. He recently decided that, tl.o
gavotte lancier should be known in the
mi ire as me court dance in his capital
rather than the "quadrille a la co-ur "
winch hits long had that distinction.
Ihe revival of this empire dance is due
to the petition of the association of Ger
man dancing masters.
James G. Blaine, Jr., the grandson of
t he late Secretary of State, is now 6 vears
old. He has been under th ..am f
-- --' ..... ' . - Ul UC
nurse since he was 2 vears old,
The assessed valuation of C
Africa, ia 1 9w, auz '
The Primrose League of England now
has 1,100,501 members.
Monarchists made large gains in the
Spanish municipal elections.
Italy may be allowed by her allies to
reduce her army by two corps.
Dervishes are "advancing .lnn th
east and west banks of ihe Xile.
The British South Africa Company
will increase its capital $1,000,000.
The Pope's health is very feeble, and
it is not believed he can live until March.
The Marquis of Huntly has been
elected rector of the University of Aber
deen. The Prince of Wales nnenert tL p-m-
T t ..... . r - ASl.UC
j.ane roiyiecnnic institute with an ad
Americans are leaving Paris because
j mmienza nas appeared in some of
attends a kindergarten infwYnrlf and
it in Nui-I tliut he ms i. the bnteU.
- v unn - -
oi ins lamer s tamilv. He a vcrv l..ir Th t,i ...
to make friends with' grown-un rs n7 nw .v . ?
but Is.ys. will chum with him ' instantly; of England. Ior le n
..e .squue a sturdy, liealthy lad. iierr VaM . .: ...
Sir Bt miamin Richard I burs, has fai uritli I in Kill'.; . . .
. I., t.iMin mi , iiouiniin auiount-
""i"1"! mush: ai . I as lieen in om-iuuu. ini? lo J .ill m i.
about bicycling. He exnresseil Him nnln. Pu,.lti- . . .
Tile 'S!! ly - ftHylumH near Berlin is c JTy the
I he spine lieconies almost an arch ibo Rurlin vn...... 8 u' lIle
chest bone is then allected bv the unnat- n . ....
u-al pressure. cir,,,la ,V, i' Aspects are bright for early agree-
and no doubt the lungs are interfere 1 Tnl ,M'tw?',n Ki'Hsia and Germany on
w ith. t.. In fact, tlw.rp i. if. " wmmerciai treaty.
Hissible evil effect it does not produce.
The railroad chnnel-i
Rev. Boston Smith, is meetinir with
great success in the N'ortbui.Bf Atr
Smith was the first missionary to utilize
the railway car as a chapel. The one he
uses now was limit for him bv John I).
Tho onon.l f :n .
rp.rnu u, iiiuiienza in KUSSJa is
increasing. It is also prevalent in a
mild form in England.
Lloyd's recorder on November 20 re
ported 144 wrecks, the highest ever re
ported for a single day.
Ihe great new bridem
Rockefeller and others inti.i'eato.i u Thames, opposite the Tower of Lonrfnn
w ill seat 10(1 people. It is sidetracked 18 llovv ver-v near'.v finished. '
at lonely settlements, where services are Kaiser William worries because the
'""oays anu ouen tnrougli the "fgouauons lor a commercial
" wuii Kussia move so slowlv
Ihe Sultan has
Nw Style of toon Hunt Ing-.
The inhabitants of the mountains west
of this place are great coon hunters.
Some nights afro Bill Benchoff and
Colonel Yingliny started out with half
a dozen dogs and two boys to carry the
pino torches. A coon was raised on the
east sido of the Monterey, and the dogs
chased it down through a deep and
rough ravine and np a rocky spur on
tho west. After a climb of an hour
Bcnchoff and Yingling at last came up
with the dogs. They had run the coon
into a tree and were snarling and bark
ing around underneath. The boys
whirled tho torehesand BenchofT banged
away at what he thought was th
but no animal tumbled;
iinghnein the meantime had
tearing paper and trying to ignite a
match, but it was damn and wonld onlw
splutter. Benchoff was deridinir bim
when suddenly a great ball of are illn.
minated space. Yingling had succeeded
in igniting his match and was emntvinir
a roman candle into the tree.
The first ball struck a branch ata
burst and the second hit tha
plumb center." Iu for caught fi
and with a yell it came rolling down
among the angry dogs. The third ball
revealed two more coons in the tree, and
BenchofTs rifle dropped one, while Ying
ling, with the last ball in the candle hit
the limb on which the third coon clung
with pitiful terror, and it lost its hold
and tumbled into the mouths of the
They got six more coons that niirht
with the help of Yingling's candles, and
now the colonel regularly shoots the
romans and Benchoff shoots the gun.
They are the most successful coon hunt
ers in all the region. Gettysburg (Pa.)
The shillelah is not a mere stick
picked up for a few pence or cut casual
ly out of the common hedge. Like the
Arab mare, its grows to maturity nndnr
the fostering care of its owner.
The shillelah, like the poet, is born,
not made. Like the poet, too, it is a
choice plant, and its growth is slow.
Among 10,000 blackthorn shoots, per
haps not more than one is destined to be
come famous, but one of the 10.000 ap
pears of singular fitness. As soon as
discovered it is marked and dedicated
for future service. Everything that
might hinder its development is removed,
and any offshoot of the main stem is
(skillfully cut off. With constant care it
grows thick and strong upon a bulbous
root that can be shaped into a handle.
lcLlure s Magazine.
cnntrilinto.) Win finn I Dansensn Svlvia firm, l il,. -,
fr.,..a f ..: . . i . I ti Y i' . " IIT
..... .,u, i, .iivnie purse, to ne used "icaiur, jionuon, nas wedded R. L. Fen
in the prevention of the snread of ehol- wick, an alleged rich A marina n
, , . . , i ----- - i ' - o -. ..uv. ivou.
.... " dominions. Part of tliemonev A orenr. rail,, 00fm .i
will he devoted to the construction of of const uHion 'w-fM .t u "tLTl
'iweinng-iiouses in edsias for tho (. i.j( "j Ii f. . .. "
If rers and the buildim. of a l .1 V i" omer.
which ..v,.r,.i ti...,,. i " i. .mere are in London 120.000 harmaids
accom,,.t;,i:" "rhe ' ' Z i lheJ ,a.re " lay fifteen and a half
of the hospital will be borne "also Wtho lo e,Snteen ana a "al1
U, ...... J I if a n . . . .
i-'unau. i - .ci.ciii (uinereiice oi bwiss note
proprietors it was decided to do away
vi-, 1 1, U .A t t . . 1
n.n. mc ojoicm oi lees 10 servants.
BUSINESS BREVITIES. Cholera quarantine has cost four
Armenian districts $15,000,000 loss in
, Nearly as much fish is said to be eaten and th! famine is ''creasing.
in Ixjiidon as meat. . ,lt,IS stated that 12,000 neople per-
c i .. ISnpd in tlie Parthr.no ni L-'..l f
The idle miners on tho Gogebic Range eleVa sin B " rUnm"g sia- er with W had of cku e.
isconsin number a Mint iri nun ti.
r fcw hi i v b I IX. ill 1 I I Ir I . I rMiufirinn txri I i tn A - .1 a. il ti i
The (Ie.,r,..;tr.r0 ; A : . i:J" uo ieuw3u w me iteicn
A Forcible Way of rutting It.
A nautical term comes with a kind of
1 6hock in art criticism, but there was a
certain pertinency in the remark of tha
rood mayor of Gloucester. Mass., who
said, speaking of the picture of a prede
cessor in his office, that it was a nrettv
good likenees. but with a man of his
tyle of features a profile view would
11..'.. Lo na tf".-. i -,',. . .. . I. I . .-. .
treatv uuui.vuci.mc ao iuuusu it were
l" J taken a little more "head on." New
to give them relief.
and .Maine road will ab-
banks number 4,800,000.
American savings stag.
O....I, ti,.. i ...i . . uauKS nnin her d nihi nnn in.. .. .
-' ...ii VUIUUIU UIIO ; IHILna nn, , .in nnprtriVinnil A anl. .
Maine Central, together wirL q,.ii,.,I No days of grace are wllniro,! In pn.i works fanltleaalu ot p,i., pu .i
road yet unnamed, by long-time leases. 0,1 bl1'8 Pa-vable a' fight. 14,000,000 passengers were carried last
rroi. Marlowe of the High School of L 'e,xa8 ,,as 5.000,000 sheep, and clips Jear-
.uuii.wu pounds ot wool. in order to meet the comDetition of
riM . . . i J a
i ne great ocean steamers nao mm ion oiumuuoea anu iramcars Dennv farpa
. . . . AW 1. 1 . . 1 . - "
io tons ot coal per day. ueen sianea as an experiment in
The Western Union TeWrnn), r M'""""1".
pany has 740,000 miles of wire. Mr. Stead has launched his ideal jonr-
Pennsvlvania has 200 1)00 form. .v,iu n'i the Daily Paper. It is a fortv-naoo
produce over $200,000,000 in crops. qnarto, very much like a small edition
Last venr New Vnrt of nn nnr. : ul U1B review 01 IteViewS,
"j Hireeis oi snow and ice,
A New He.aage.
It was not without meaning that tho
hilts of some swords were put into the
tnetal of the Columbian Liberty bell,
which is to ring in the victories of peace
and international brotherhood. "A new
commandment I give unto you. that ye
love one another," is the inscription
around its rim. Philadelphia Ledger.
Entitled to Veneration.
Stranger So that's the L'uited States
steamer Michigan, is it? I don't see any
thing so remarkable about her.
Old Settler You don't. Iipv r. i
Michigan was named after that. hn 'rut.
iipn. i in.. ... I...J ...i..- . ; . .
..... ......n, ..ui., uo BCIll 1118 VOUIlg
wife to her parents recently, telling her
bono longer loved her, has been dismissed.
MM .. 1 . . . ....
mo mimoer Ot liflti Pr mn r.rt.l
during the year was 4,748, a decrease of
1,182 compared with 1802, but tho de-
i reiisw was wnony in the class of fruit
Predictions are made at Philadelphia
""oks ui iaoor as an order
cuiiiioi long exist, ihe wav t h mUnn..n.
ment has conducted business has been
. ..i . ..
becoming to the last report, of the
oiiuu rtiKiuur oi lowa there were 134
i.iuiieiH inuiuai insurance companies in
nip cmie, which in carried
$109,000,000 of risks.
Ihe persistent ravages of Hinhtiwi.:.,
. ..v.. i v ico
mortality during the last two
United States Minister Terrlll hoa
I i . ' 1 P rr.
There are 1.822 railav o;J imea irom iurKey recognition for fe.
,i:.... u..: '. -"'t'""'"a male Dhvsicians. somothin ttio i, i
v.uoig uuBiuess in ine united States.
American pumps are known in China
and Japan, as well as in all parts of Eu
rope. Two-thirds of the gold in use in the
world has been discovered within fifty
male physicians, something that has al
ways heretofore been denied.
In spite of the bombardment, h nreo.
racing SHU goes on at. Kin da Tannic
Thus excitement is kept up inland, as
vi-lil I no oIamm 1. . f T '
.u.ijj too iuer iront.
A new method of coloring iron has
The Green Mountain W .oil ti on . .. " ."V Yfll?
nnn ,..,.(i. i J euMim. jictciii.h rust, even tnough the
OUU Worth OI lliao O smrar ovorv furol.ra n,ol U i L. ... '. , . . "uou ''uo
in Philadelphia and thS heavy resuTting months SUgar CVery b br0Ught to a red heat
uoriaiiiv uurini' thoi inut ... " i mi . . .
she neetls. " l" "ney fors from the first of the year. Fortv-
A.i c . . , , ... i lugiuicuia win oe aaaeci.
drop of $5 a ton in steel ra s is a '
very lnuiortftnt. nilvantaa n aii,i Mrs. Jtvea. widow of Or. John Poo
vv imu uau i i .. . avvw.
companies. tne Arctic explorer, has presented her
The earning f r::: late husband's Collection of Arctin and
balance, $2 ,610,631. From this are de- tiary the last year were $20,000 in excess erKCUV0Sltie8 to University of
-iJiU g- 8 10 11,0 a,"Ount of ot expenditures. ""u,u
iTito,iii, leaving net assets, $1,802,4S3,
bo neglected which will give nrntiiiao ns
efliciehcy in the effort to stamp it out
On each day of the Chicago Fair the
leceipiH averaged $07,006. The total
receipts from all sources were $28,151,-
joo, iuii eapenuitures, J25.540 5:!7'
o .i l: .. i . .
Governor Tillman of S, 1 7." o, 'ZA' rluo.no.t wo.rk' bHt. Kf.PP P
roasts the Supreme Court, using s u 1, , Z Z employed making
PVhi'PKuim.R flu MtU ii " i WIUU'
r . . w w fi.v van h HITS lllti (lot? I T rt l i
and "judicial insolence." Inferring to B"lralo,hasane,v grain elevator that !
railroad litigation the Governor sav" tl e c?"Ihandl 4,5'?0 Imshels an hour, one
uiiiucKy marriage hetween tho ,i;;.., o miKrou.
of the Federal Court ami th.mo Wheat that is iyrown in nnrthom
tions must bo annulled and tb J tndes produces much mom eo.I than i f . er le,t coin. Many20-franc pieces ' Mr. Garson-There's going to be a fancT
t i . i . . . .... ui,vio . - . . - v..w. ln pircniarinn oro ..-.m-ir. ..iAf . . . 7 . : . . : -
oi uoiKis must oe made to understand K'"'" grown lartlier south. '". i T . a V ,r u,,t"nnum, up m our notei tonight, and lam
.l...l :.. - . . .. i.viii, . I gOKl-DIllten. 1 nA woirrlif ami Iinrl4.1.,1 .... A u ... . . .
iiiai, mere is it point Devond wh c b tho Af.iro t .1 nM, , , 1 r, ' -..-.(,....., nuv n,ro w uni, uiinracier io assume.
patience of a State will not Derm it thlm Ll.MtK lh. ha"e b.een . !. 8a,n.ie 5?. h.e 7eal they Miss Summer-Why don't you sugar
o- I of anv JrJT: ymTB lnaD ' it" S f?L ? matching . roueU and go as a pillf-Brooklrn
In eratitude for tho
Russian navy received at Paris the
people of St. Petersburg are going to
have a bell cast larger than anv now in
in France and send it to the cathedral
of Notre Dame de Paris.
France is inflicted with a new fnrm f
counterfeit coin. Many 20-franc nipcea
in circulation are made of nlnt
She-Do come to Bar Harbor. Conin
Tom. I know a nice girl with lot of
Cousin Tom fdeiectedlv. hnr v...
don't. Nice girls never have a cent. Life.
All There Ya to It.
Famous Author (discovering his story In
magazine)-What did you do to this dialect
New Typewriter-Why nothing, exceDt
correct the spelling. Brooklyn Life,
Turning- the Tablet.
Mrs. Crimson beak The cows are In the
Mr. Crimsonbeak All ritrht. rfo rm.
corn will soon be in the cows.-Yonkers
An Invention of the Enemy.
Aunt SareDta What. t.
Joshua? " "-uulorle.
tlie poor players to hide in. Truth.
Newman Love is blind, they say.
Oldby Yes. I sunnns thaf i
rs don't seem to have much no tn. v