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   Lawrence Daily Journal (Newspaper) - December 21, 1901, Lawrence, Kansas                                VOLUME XXXIII OHN ATTOaNIYATLAwJ Office lc First National back baud SATURDAY DECEMBER 1901 OSCAR ATTOBHXY AT Office Journal T JLf ATTOKNIY AT Office on fecond Door National bank LAJMTAUTM VF GEORGE ABSTRACTS Or Fire bpeclal attention given to abMrut umas uejti dour to corner room under CAKL AND Office V45 Majteachudtiiid paone Kuildeuce 7H uaouu Inland slreet phone The Secretary of the Navy Closes the Schley Inquiry Case for HOLDS FOR FULL Announces that Question of Com mand Was Not Proper Office over Wood wards Druif S D Office 743 ovrr Tte Iteal office il Inwillct Hulled In d none auu t Office Til Viiii iu IVlephonu pracuce cx ecial ailtruLluu Id paid uii tuuutryll per iW t KfULuthy birLfi SAMPSONS REQUEST AND Jfflcu and Tisi Mi Telupliuiiu AMI 74o mrtj unicw ami i D D lu i Kelia ULim d i ui c Tul ruilualb uf AMU 1 of ljuj 1IIVSILIAN ANU Ofllct 1 M I3V llciilUruce lit T ALWAYS ON HAND To tnun mi AJI iry prupf SUHUBON and Uintlst i Tol pbouv DONNELLY L1VEUY NVw aou Wlulhrop ELUKlUGri HOUSK LIVKKY atUTitltiti lu foaulln Niw litat E1 CONN All uiixltrn Klui lu OVITV re FKED unit rial Itfulal Nitar uoiir 7f4 Masaaihu l BLACKSMITH litul n and t r rly of ruiiiT ou Vtnuuni Hetwwii Uiiny uud lh SELIGS General Insurance Will provide yen at reasonable with reliable Tornado and Ac cident Will furnish bond for pub lic and Orders by telephone promptly ALFEED Successor to Gleasos fieai Loans JUID A Large oi Desirable Farm aud City CorresDondenca Blackaaaitbiitc 70S Veraiant SATISFACTION MONEY TO I have always on band an unlimited supply of privatemoney to loan at lowest aatl befci on fa m and city properly and on good personal ISO limm ale aaaae aaipllea tlaw la naade U uY tkcItlUe Lightning and Tornado written lu the beat 21 SSecretary Long this afttrnocn issued the forma order dis Bolvirg the Scbley conrt of Dec Long bas disposed finally of the Scbley so far as the navy department is lilted6 b actine the findings and conclu sions of the court of He approves Ihe findings of the court and Ibe opinion of tbe fall court he ap proves Ibe majority opinion where there is a diflsrencu in Ibe court he holds that the court could not bave enjlered into CDnsid oration of the question command at Ihe battle at andjfjnally to accepts the recommendation that no further pro ceedings shall be I be secrelary also has declined Ihn ap plicition ol Sampsons counsel u enter upon an inquiry into Ihe quas ion of cam and bas notified Schleys counsel ol that as a reason for declining to hear them on thai Long approval ol Ihe mnjor ily report was as follows The department has reviewel Iho in itii ibe of thcounsel at the tbs churls Imd iogs ol ihe Ibe opinion and rrcom Ihe individual memorandum of the presiding ihn o exceptions to the said findirgs and tlio opinion by ihe applicant the reply to Iho statement by Ihe judge Ihe conrt aod his as sistant and the brio this day submitted by counsel frr Hear Admiral Sampson traversing the presiding members view as Ii was in command at tho b tileot and after careful contileralion the findings of fact and the opinicn ot the full court are approved As to the points on which the presid ing member differs from the majority of the Ihe opinion of the majority is As to Ibe further expression of his vicxsby Ihe same member with regard to the questions of command on the morning o and of Ihe title to credit for tiie ensuing Ibe conduct of tha court in miking no finding and rendering no opinion on those questions is approved indurd it with propriety uke no other on these ques tions during Ibs having been clnded by lha The department approves the recom mendation of the conrt that no further proceedings ba had in the The deparlmont records its appreci ation of tbe arduous labors ol Ihe whole D secretary of the Tho texts of Ihe secretarys latter to rfsmpsons attorneys to are That lo Sampsons attorneys fal fiws Dec niLn Io view of Ihe departments this of bis rpcom mndaion of the conrl ot inquiry ii ihe case cf Rear Admiral thai no further proceedings ba and of Iho fact tbal Ihe question of command was excluded frcm consideration by Ihe the department will take no action ihe btitf fitld by in behalfjf A miral Wm T respect I ihn D The letter to Schlevs attorney f illows Navy so to the departments letter of you are advised Ibat action today has been taken upon the opinions and recommendation of the court of inquiry ia your acd upon tbe minoriy opinion of the presiding and a copy of tbe endorsement embodying such action is herewith trans milled for your In response ta your request of lha iSlh heretofore that if a protest should be filed by RearAdmiral W T relative lo Ibe question of command of lha American naval forcrs during Ihe battle of Santiago and credit for victory won in that yon be ac corded an opportunity lo present through your oral argnmeal against such yon are advised lhat the brief on this bas this day beai filed by Messrs Campbell coun sel for Admiral In how of the departments approval cf tbe recommendation of Ibe court of inquiry that no further prccsediegs be and of tbe fact Ibat tbe question of command was excluded by tbe no action will be taken upon tbe said brief and a reply to that effect copy enclosed bas this day been made to the counsel for Admiral Tba copiof the report of the judge ad vccite of tbe court and his upon j your communication of tbe iStb ob jecting lo tbe approval of tbe findings of the is also herewith Very John D counsel for whan shown Ihe de cision of Secretary Long today manifested sui Tbe whole aaid is too arbitrary and tyrannical for me now lo I really wonder whether ths people who lie under tree inslitationa will tolerate the exercise ol such despotic corns Thru Insurance OfflcaTO Over Jacob Boccec alt BL A1R I do not know unices the inter There is a power the to coVnpel the secretary io file the disitnling opiinon of Admiral Dewoy whether J be agrees with it or We will determine next week what proceedings we will I INCLINED TO IT WOULD MTOP Craae of Haaaaebaaetta asecai MTered the Pcalilasi afMce ratary af Dec close friend of Gov W Murray confirmed tbe report from published slat ing that the governor bad bten oflsred tbe treasury portfolio by President Roast said that tba governor had asked for time until next before ing whether or not be would A telephone message from Cranes received here says Ibat Crane is considering tbe question with great and is inclined to accept tbe JUIfK BKOGUUT Al Han Aecueed Harder Held He Act ed in heir Dtc P who killed W S Ihe Chicago last during a quarrel was acquitted by the jury at Virginia City after being out twelve Ulomberg had been employed They disagreed over some trivial Bbmberg met JJillspauijii in tbe mountains and considering the latiers at iiude picked up a stone and crushed Tbe plea o seif de tnse was sustained by Ihe Millfpaugh was formerly general solicit or of the Southern and an inn mate fiiend of the late C I NO TRUTH IN Oifeen Utmy Bury of Wllaau Talka Ateut Allrced Allotted Aaaaalt j of I Secretary Wil Dae at tbe 5onataled diicontinnance of the mi white house and althe British embassy of meats sent abroad emphatic denial is made of tbe published j would lnB enlire suspension of ei story of an assault alleged to have been lose as Ihe sale of the MILES IS Secretary of War Calls Down the romlurnt YOUDIC lliimnuiaB Loam IIU New La alms Win who has lerethrte was killed in a dcsper le duel in Ihe tenderloin at 3 a b inch Gitard who served a term ia ihc csas Girard uas also Lajcliells wile is in the cily and is lite son of a prominent ex udgc o and Ibal hi lived in and places made upon the president Thursday after The president himself declari that the story is not and authorizes a denial of Lard Ibe Bri ish who a said to bave bee witness of tbe empbaticall denies the Tbe story oi the assault grew out of th fact that ao iniczicated man was Inrcbin along Massachusetts aveoae Tbursda afleroooo as tbe ptesidenl was taking bi daily walk and thai the man brnshe against tbe A secret service officer arrested Ibe but it is under stood he was soon afterward A sensational Elory that tbe presiden bad been struck in the presence of Lord Pauncefule was printed in New York DEATH FKOJI NATURAL I lie CntinillHii liinvrriiiiiiiil 1cimrn lo llir ICrllri Si N b Ltc finance minister of Ibe dominion gtmtoment telc Rraphtd lo Marcoci frcm Ottawa offering him en uf tho Canadian i very facility for wireltss telegraph aaiians on Nma Scclian sea him encouraging proposi tions aid inviting bim to O tawa to discnss tbe y of Han and Wile Found Mend Cleared up by Dec Smith held an inquest yesterday upon Ibe bodies of John F Bull and bis wile were fount dead at their home at 1731 Disc avenue by neighbors whose suspicions had been aroused by the absence of all signs abou tbe hcusj for several Tbe doctors appointed by the cotocer to examine tbe bodies testified that in their opinion death was caused by scUocaiion Item natural gas and they account for the wcunds and maiks upon ihe bodies as tbe Beds of the gas causing veins to bieak and Ltmjrrbagas to ensue before Iba verdict of tbe jury declares that they came to death presumably from aspbxi IAIKIIH ULHT A Man Uuuled Iiir In Lucut et at a farm Dec blocdbounds followed who killed Jim Fails at Thursday The bcuids traced him to a farm house tifieen miles from where he found in He yielded without re1 AX Ilan Kerned tullcrtur at l Uunnut Arriiit St zi F Wenne appointed by President Roosevelt to the position of collector cf customs of St wired the president this afternoon he could not accept the appointment because of business In his telegram Wennekrr expressed appreciation of the honor conferred on him by Ihe appointment Fatal Territory O Dec living twentytwo mils northwest cf yrsterday shot and killed George and acd perhaps fatally wounded the as the result cf a quarrel over a duiiion of a quantity of Roberts escaped acd is beiog chased by 3 A WcildliiK In New of Miss a grand nieco of tbe former confederate commissioner to lo Marchass Govolde Verospi Ducj Di Aoge was celebrated at the church of Si Pierre Da says a Paris Carres Alnoksn Boundary DEC is rnmnred that Ihe negotiations in regard to the Alaska boundary pending dur ing tbe settlement of the Ncarsgua canal question and ratification of the Hay Panncefole are about to be re sumed Cnble Mecarltlen Dec fall in securities of cable which commenced wilo Ihe announcement of Ibe Marconis experiments in having signals transmitted across tho ocean by his wireless system of has been continued through out the Options In Oil Dec repre sentative of an Eaglish syndicate has se cured options on ten completed in this Tbe trade is to be closed by January Wells Farco Praldcat Dec J Valens president of tbe Wells Fargo com panys died ibis He has been ill for some Kalian Caira Dec tbe cases in fbe district court aeiinst Carrie Nation and her saloon smashing colleagues were dii missed tbe supreme coart having decided all Ihe important points at issue Old Mratveujr Kdltar John C InrlM IulillHbfra Amxicluliau liuiii IS IVr cent 21 a meeting of the ILblihbeis held here ludjy lu piotost against Ibe proposed municipal of 23 cents per volume on eacn bcok sold a resolution was adopted declaring thai the modern newspaper has already injured Ibe booksellers business lo such an extent that a rise of 15 per cent in prices is absolutely to prominent leaders ol the the newspapers are aided in their by Ibe vast quantities of eineral pamphlet literature Ibal havejbeen Paris during the last live years The is the publishers greatest enemy in jnlMMOUUI I1 AI JFU orib Itoand Train Cnunea Into fc Pacific passenger train north due to arrive here at last even collided with freight train 122 at N nine miles norih of Kansas yesterday Both engines were badly but no one was A switch left open by the freigbl brake man caused the Traffic was de layed about two hours UANftUT Fuel Tint Thty Travel First Cotano San answer to the hypothetical qusslioo propounded by the Oceanic Steamship company whether or not an alien iiQicled with consumption traveling first class and of ample means might be allowed to land in this Commissionir of Immigration Hart H North has decided that such an immigrant is not to be allowed admission to this Tho conditions surrounding a in his travels are of a personal and social and in no way affect bis position as an alien from a statutory point of worth of meats annually sold to The lack of be was due to the increased work of tbe past year and the two weeks leave of absence grant ed each employe ol the bureau outside of Ibis which necessitated tbe employ ment of additional Secretary Wil son said he has asked congress io make part of tbe appropriation for the coming pear immediately available and thai he bas no doubt congress will grant this authority as it has done so frequently in previous THEY WOST OKAW Kanaaa Jndgca Will Leave to Ibe Slate COD vent justices of Ibe iupreme court must be elected next Three of them will ba elected for six years one of them for a four years and one for a two years It bas been the general impression that be four new judges would agree among bemselves as lo who should have the long and who the sbotl It has been eug gested that they get together and draw straws But this will not be The ndges cay it would bs unbecoming for hem to participate in a strawdrawing contest for places on the They de lara that tbal is work for the state vention to 4XOTHKK IlTTHBUHM AClIUKMT Commanding Officer the of ALLEGED INTERVIEW Lone Consultation Held with Pres ident over TO STOP SCHLEY CONTROVERSY Mevrn Mm Mevtrely Molded and Many OI turn Dae an exploiion at lingarNimicks west end plant of Iba Crucible Steel company of even men were badly cut and wenty or thirty others slightly At two of a battery of live boilers sd lo operate a sheet mill exploded with errilic Tho scalding water played avcc among Ihe while ihe iecos of boileis caused great destruction o the mill Ol the seven men it is said will The causa of Ihe explosion is attributed o frozen pipes WF TOU MUCH Uprlln Krrlor Nera ManBfir In fame Nallonal Carnegies roposnl to found a national Diversity in the United Slates leads Gor an educators to declare thai thi iron anantbropist threatens to Ibod bis ounlry with Ihe same surplus intellectual alenl with which Germany ii KOCHS THEORY tm Slion Thnt Cnivn Are Not In fected by Iliifiuin tprestiiiK txpvriiihius of much 1m ortuncu to Hie publicliciilth lire being adc at liiboratory f the of in ays TIio They arc being eld to tist Trofessor Knells theory uit bumnii bucilli vrill not eailily iufrot ur So far le cxiHrlniciits liavc shown the theory o be it is All the calves lu a tuberculin ut the reaction was very slipht flnd ay liuve beeii it is to inflaru lation or other cnnsiilered by 1C Investigators at to of minor Dec Root bas called upn Lieal Gen com minding the for an explanation of his printed in a Cincinnati warmly commending tbe opin ion of Uewey in tbe Schley Secretary Root had a long conference with the president today about the Miles interview and Ihe action decided upon will bs announced later this af lerncon The petition ot tha adranistraliDn is that nothing which lends lo revive tbs SampsonSchley controversy will bs lolei ated in of ihe army or In the same connection action will be taken in the cass of E S whose biitory of the naval engazerojnls of Ihe Spinish attracted attention Maclay is now employed ia the Brooklyn navy Sscretary by direction of the pres ident has administed a strcng reprimand to Gen Miles for uttering the sentiments attributed lo him n tho Cincinnati inter Tbe secretary says in pan You have no tbusineys in In ccntro and no r holding Ihe ollicu which you to ripros any opinion f jllowing oidtr waa ruiJe mis afternoon by Stcreiary ol War Kujl Navy rj C Dec To Hear A Imiral A S cuiumanuant N w York bir 1 am by ihr president to ask Edgar S special gen eral storekeepers navy New HIK LOS4 AT The cf Lees Vlesmi u Three Dec dispatch to news agency from Vienna published here ibis evening says that at the Vienna jockey club this afternoon Count Potokiki lost during three hours card Count Pallavincini WOP moil of the I cvmmsmr lo send in bis lohn D Secretary Ko H designated lo public lha request for Maclays resigna tion after a conference with the presi Among the title beaten not dettitnte of other honors U Lord who is not only an authority on bnt a duly ordained preacher of the Estab lished Mont has tbe most remark able fare MM ol the men ga lo Chicago on business and Ihe mothers and daughters who are left behind form tbe flamefighting A woman ii fire marshal and another is fire Theodore S an aged printer of celebrated hii gist birthday on Dtcembsr He did all tbe typeietting and press work on Longfel lows OutreHer or Tales of the tbe first novel the great poet Prof S B dean of the college of mining of the university of has been elected a member of the institution of mining and metallurgy of Great This is a very exclusive as mem bers must be graduates of technical schools and have bad five years experience in charge of lecbnicrl Prot Christy is the first one of tbe heads of depart ments to enter Ihe new building which Mrs Hearst has had Hatvard classical department is rejoic ing in the possession of a cast of a very ancient tbe first that has been sent to Tbe inscription was found under tbe Roman under Ibe sooilled black according to Romclus was This is tbe oldest Latin inscription that has ever been and is supposed by srrae to date as far back as tbe seventh cenury U at any rale as far back as 500 B Tbe cast shows thai Ite original inicrip lion is on a stone broken half way This is supposed to have been done when the Gauls sacked Rome in Ibe fifth and seems lo contain certain de scriptions for offering sacrifice at thii holy iba tombs of Tbe original NUMBER 305 CITY City Spangler President of Uo Marvin Police Prentice street Commissioner Plckeu K anperuitendeni Fire llolwlck UcFarlaad Sexton Loll Simpson Weigher and March Wheeler Flrit Second W AIcFarlane Marvin PUid Uolwlck Head w Pranlt Myora Slxtli A JDOU3fl VJL i ic Judge District Clerk Clarke Deputy Clerk iloruor Judge County Uunanl A Myen Under Lysingei County ilrowuel Probate Judge Mitchell County Flory Deputy County Payne Oauua i BegUter of soxman Deputy AeglBter of LlUlo Soxiaan Powel bounty Superintendent King 3ounty Uuffee Poor Elliott Parnel Commissioners watts Watkins National The Inrniw by In of of It may bo of mctbod Is to lie iitadi iu accordance TvlUi several conditions slnpc nf Iho This Is obviously a nilini clinrnoter of the Email prnins nntl fora so crops which are Ixst prinvn from liroadcast sowing are open only to llooilini or and iliu is piobjuly of tln question because of cost of outfit and cliaracter of the Boils naturally very ojion or loose or market niinlrn soils rciulerod very loose by tile constant ami deep working In of coarse favor suih rapid per j eolation that even distribution through lnHoarl Hcnk Coahlcr to He Tried r r Caunurtlun with Kansas Dae P cashier o the Exchange bank in Webb who was indicted with several other persons lor fraudulent use of mills in connection with a fjot racing will have lo stand trial by jury in Ihe federal His application for a writ of habeas corpus was decied by Judge Phillips lo Stewart also denied Ibat ba bad any ibiDR to do with tbe bnt it was held that a quosiioa o that character was for tbe jury la CHOKER IS TIRED OF ID Hla Visit and will Hasten Back to Sew Dae Croker and bis New York friends left French Lick Springs today for New going by the way of Mr Croker originally intended to slay at tbe springs a week or ten and One calf was ami m anlopsv i eld on tlie Ii fail to reveal j the soil b oulT by crlng the surface rapidly vltlj a uni form sheet of Under such con Hooding and sprinkling ore the only practicalile The fact that sprinkling Is not prac ticed to any extent iu regions where Ii ny tubercle ami ii tiiouuht lat the slilit inleciiuii iiniicaiid by he tuberculin test nave liein and not sive iu na Tlio lests were inailiby liam Ilailocl He a n port nbout them recently at i nieiini of the New York iuIil at tin1 Acndemy of Th oilier calves will lie kepi at laburalnry for about ten months mure anil will bt1 carefully They irc now in fairly rood The four calves wen taken to the laboraiory IiuilJiii about moutlid and a half ami were a once sub jected to the Th sputum from about twenty consumptive persons was placed in anil about an ounce of sputum was in this way jiiven to each calf once a day for two The sputum was also injected uudor the Ekln of the Iark said at the meeting last lhat Ihe calf killed on Tuesday showed no FLAGLERS NEW Deacrtptlnn of the Florida Mllllon alrea The work of the greatest magnitude noTV on the cast coast Is undoubtedly the home Flag says the Palm Beach This for this U what it will be In every sense of the was plan ned In the winter of and about fourteen months ago the first steps were taken toward Us Since the beginning not a duy has been lost by the force lu charge of the and today the massive walls bave reached their and the tiled roofing Is being placed In All bly bnt none of the Indiana demo crats bas visited bim for and I m A j the Interior finishing is yet to be ne bas fonnd the springs msupporubly cf ihe extremely cold weather and tbe absence of COMMITTEE died today from old He i celebrated bit 84 ib birthday on December He published the Padncah Herald ball CMtnry Chief Haltea A Dec Commander in Chief Eli of tbe today made public tba appointments as follows Committee on legislation for veterans in Ibe pubic service John W Brook lyn Leo St Lnnis J P S Pa S A Si Pant Geo H Washington O H Tope Kan B F Tbe government thermometer early today registered below This ia tba lowest point ever reacbed np to December Alrer Dec Alger bowed i dittiact iaprovaBMt thia and then comes the but all this will be done and the mansion ready or the owners occupation In Before Whitehall Is completed It Is estimated that at least a half million dollars will have been expended on the structure and grounds surround Whitehall stands about 400 feet southwest from the Hotel Royal Poln on the shore of Lake It Is a solid brick and stone creation of purely Spanish architectural It fronts east 17C with a depth of 154 feet eighteen fool verandas will surround the building on all sides except the while a 100 foot portico will stretch over the east veranda and will be supported by massive columns thirtytwo feet In belght and four In diameter construct ed of solid In meet German ritiai tbe taxameter oabi are gradually displacing all tteotb bava M arrangement wbjeb tellalhe amount of tbe fare every with much irrigation is done nrltes Ihecon cjusion lhat some form of Hooding Is On Ihc other for soils which take water and distribute It both laterally anil the furrow distributing water between long rows of Is best for plants which are prolitably grown In rows and un land of a grade which docs not force too rapid low of labor The largest area can be evenly moistened with least lalmr by tin contour check system and by the furrow Each Is to all others In this respect for the conditions of land and crop l wlikh it is The labor requirement in preparation of the ground lias been so reduced by improv ed grading and leveling devices ami by using permanent which allow all to be cropped instead of counting the levees waste that the first cost of the land In shape for In contour chocks Is but a Blight addition to the grading necessa ry to remove tli knolls and sags which Is necessary In preparation for the fur row of after Irri Silrrini the soil surface after Irrigation is a means of chocking evap oration and wnste of mois but it is mure than The ef fect of Irrigation is to draw the soil particles and If It be a soil containing much clay there is compact followed by crncing ns drying In the old practiop this con dition was taken as a demand for more and another irrigation was which merely aggravated the and plants crime to Alore water was than necessary for good null still thrift was not The prneily is cultivation ns soon iiiicr tinsoil is In condition to nadily and become mellow anl Kxcipt perhaps where n mulch is used cultivation Is essential to the best soil condition and consequently to the most satisfactory growth of the It that methods of irrigation which facili tate subsequent cultivation nre to be preferred wherever the ground slope and the character of tbe soil favor Of all methods that of Irrigation by furrows betwpcii straight rows of con siderable length is obviously best for cultivation with horse tools and It adopted by American jrrowprs wherev er The foreignborn grow er bas a traditional preference for handwork and Is more apt to ebooM one of Jhe flooding systems even when the furrow method would operate well l i was unearthed in Smith college gills are still very enthu siastic over the subject of and talk tbe game upon every possible occa On tbe day before Taaaksgiving Ibe diQsrenl teams gave an exhibition which was much It was tbe first game since Ihe club was Tba set of lichens wbicb was collected by tbe Harriman nxpedilion to bas been sent lo Assistant Professor Cuo of for determination When Ibe work ii complete Ihe colleciioa will be placed in the herbarium of tbe Missouri Botanical A college of applied science is being or ganized at Syracuse in wbicb electric and civil engineering will be taught The first building is the Rift of tbe Lyman Cornelius and is in proceis of River Jordan water is now exported reg ularly for baptismal Policemen in Vienna moil be able to row a and understand tele In Prussia men and women committed suicide in The Roman Catholics are contemplating tbe founding ol a new mainly for Ibe education of tbe clergy that will be sent to the These men will ba taught the languages spoken in the and will be physically trained for the bard life of Ibe iilandt At Ihe recent meeting of Catholic archbishops of tbs country at the matter re ceived their hearty and it is like ly tbal the first steps will soon be taken for tbe establishment of the It will ba broad in not dominated by any religious community nor narrowed by diocesan and will be placed in con trol of in some inch way as the American colltge at In Ibe palm of tbe band there are pcres to tbe square If thesa pores were united end to they would meas ure nearly five miles Trinity college bas been anticipating Cbihtmas in ibe way of presents The mineral collection of the late James G Balterson bas been given by bit daugh Mrs C C and Rev John Hal lory gave a collection of 312 pi an Is gathered in and Prof Morris H Morgan of Harvard presented tbe college with some early editions cf Tbe original word translated apothe cary in tbe Bible is believed by some authorities to be better translated by For very mionate pens made from crow quills bave been found to do eacellent Thirty women are pastors ol Unitarian churches in the United j Vice IMrePtorn llousr MUcncll world rucilvm Tuoa ii ou all inu of the Lawrence United titatcH The security of deptiMltcr ol the buuku dlnciurd Sparr Vice Is In itio Iniogrli HartcWt WllllaiD UuwerHo Vice Hrel Iltt ASL Cashier Capital SUMS Ebuu Russell son of the late President Benjamin was admitted to practice In the court of claims at iU laat In reply to an inquiry concerning the reaaon for hla pren encc in he aaid I have been here entirely on legal The report that I am opposingthe granting of a peaalon to Benja min Harrison in abnolntcly without I have heeitated to reference to thla even to deny the truth of the Idle rumor simply from a diainclinatioB to make reference to family mat W of projauly most novel owMenger In r Tbe doctor tpecialtr of rig Tbe oth er lay was aUdatCM aV land in tttend nmtleat wheat tton very the Mew lork JHAYNE Chicago College of OpUuImoJogj but honest work and an absolute Any physician in the LIVEKV Fine Special attenilon tn bianllnK Oppoilte Lawrence H MAfiKETSJJY CHICAUOOUAIN 81 WuiTDec 77H Jan May HI July 81 May C7 July OATSDec July jan 18 27K May July Vay CHICAGO Steers 3 00 stockera and feeders 4 M cows and belfen 1 00 Ob Q balls HocaZiUOaaTop TBJi Jfo Bard l No a No a red No Recelpu wheat 20 cira OOBBDeeC8KQK JanfSaxMay B8K9K cash No 2 mUedW V Vo s white 69H 3 OAraNo 3 wlke RVBNO s HAT Choice timothy 18322 dairy fant KANSAS CITY Dee II Steady Native href Mean eiwi and horere 00 nuxk feederi bnlln Z OB sc Heavy t nea medlnm licit yorkera Mnttoni lamta ewea AI Lntberi f ret n home Ifaiaacbaaatta MnSiaHoore will arrive from Atchim lo ipeal Cbrietmaj tar paMBtt Mr aod Hn A   

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