The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, December 21, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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NOTES ABOUT "//OWEN.
One look at the suferlng
>nc *w> — . .„i., with
s. Catherwood's sharp struggle wttu
had boon upon
The decisive qne«vt
lips the niffht I
trance of a
lisnge i early
FOODS OF AMERICA
NEWS OF THE
Olcanod By Telegraph and MalL
R. WEESNER. Publisher.
A Ul I K< Ml. Mi.-It . in it I genius ha-
n't tin* constitution of tin- I nlted
• .tales to music
Honrs nnti-toxlnc, lias hccii disco*
rm| in num-i'ou. New York drug
Ii.hiiwk. An! i-toxine is the new remedy
Ki k\ n people of Mount Vernon, <•
have been seni to Chicago to take the
Pasteur treatment for hydrophobia.
Thev had all been bitten by u dog sup
|N>seil t• 11* mad.
'I'llk ministers of Keokuk, lu., have
turned their attention to the (rambling
i vi 1. particular attention being paid to ul sympt
the matter of playing progrei
clire and other games at cards foi | private apartments.
PERSONA!. AMI I'OI.ITU"
RKXATOK Mm hh I..of Oregon, hus in
troduced a bill in the senate providing
for the abolishment of the death penal
ty in the army and navy and iu pluces
where the United States has exclusive
Jurisdiction, except in cases of murder,
assuult. desertion to the enemy in time
of iur and aggravated mutiny
Tut: president and Mrs. Cleveland
have abandoned their country home at
Wood lev for the Reason and move I into
the white house.
A r.uu.K dispatch from Yokohama
nays when the Japanese troops entered
Port Arthur they massacred practical-
ly the entire population in cold blood.
There was an unrestrained reigu of
murder which continued for three 1
days. All pretenses that the circum-
stances justified the atrocities arc
false. The civilized world will be hor-
rified by the details.
TilK pope was suffering from catarrh-
the I.I ti. and was for-
bidden l>y his physicians t« leave his
•d the act*
on of the
id Chattanooga na-
tional park and to enable the secretary
of the treasury to remit or mitigate
tines, penalties and forfeitures.
MamI'KI. C. Skki.v, the former book-
keeper of the Shoe and Leather na-
tional bank, of New York, charged
with aiding the late Frederick Hakei
in robbing the bank of g.'t.".I.OUU, wa-
arraigned in the United States circuit
court oil the 17th. pleaded guilty and
was remanded for sentence
Tiik doll carnival was oj eiicd at Chi
cago on the evening ««f the 17th.
Sk.XAToH Vll.AB has given notice of
an intended amendment to the sundry
civil appropriation bill to provide foi
an international commission to investi-
gate ami report upon the feasibility of
a canal large enough to accommodate
ocean-going ships between the Atlantic
ocean and the great lakes, to consist of
three members, to be appointed when
•at liritaiu shall appoint a like mini
stakes in private households.
SKNATOR I'KKKKIl, of Kansas, during
this congress has Introduced eighty
one bills, seventeen of which were re-
ported by committees, two favorably (
and fifteen unfavorably and neither of
the two favorably reported has beer I
('Kt.AltoMA farmers have been I
In).' so much wheat to stock that the 1
supply wh . said to be running short
and u number of mills in the territory
have shut down for lack of wheat.
This was forcing prices up and Okla-
homa will be compelled to buy outside
to supply the demand.
I .Ml: .
in: Newfoundland banks have *
nded and their currency, which \
jUpposed to be reasonably safe,
worthless in the hands of the people , (.|i|tr|oN „
and of numerous holders in Quebec p W|||.|t, third
«ml Ontario. The fishermen had been
paid in it for their season's work and
lind that the return for their hard toil
Is no better than waste paper.
A imo petroleum combine, by whicu
three of the largest oil producing com; j "« J , r,liuM(ri( WUK re
panics in lhis ! ele -ted president of the national Civi
into one concern, with 9s.(Mni.uui « P!j j Sl.rvU.B Uofor,n league; i!e.- r/e Me
. Ananv. of New York, secretary, am
Silas W. Hurt, of New York, treasurer
Tiik Universal 1'e.icc union ha. for
var led to t li.-
Tiik oillclal vote for governor of
Tennessee was made public on the blth
as follows: I'ivans, rep., 1U.V104; Tur-
iicy, darn.. 104,850$ Mills, pop 18,0W
Evans' plurality Is. therefore, 74*.
Till: secretary of the treasury has ap-
proved tlu regulations prescribed by
the commissioner of internal revenue
for the enforcement of the collection
of the income tax. Every person in
the United States who has un annual
income of more than 8;t,r o> must make
a full return of the same, verified b.V
oath, to the collector of Internal reve-
nue of llio collection district In which
Tiik total number of votes cast for
the office of governor of New York
was I,V 1.1,071, of which l.evi I'. Morton,
ren.. received H73.HIH; Uavid H. Hill.
,*.15,710; F. E. Baldwin, pro., -M,
harlcs II. Matthews, p«ip., Il.ol'.i;
! or ; scattering, 0,4t U.
A HI'KC'IAl. Shanghai dispatch sail
that the discovery was reported o
ilocuincuts signed by the viceroy o
Nankin offering rewards for Jupanost
Tiik Esterly Harvester Co., of Minnc
appolls, Minn., failed on the lftth As-
sets, WHO,(KM), liabilities, >f:H.1,000.
I ha TKiiniM., ex speaker of the Okla-
homa house of representatives, was
found guilty of manslaughter at Perry,
Ok., and sentenced to twelve years iu
•Ioiin II i n i isotov, collection clerk
of the Citizens" state bank, of Council
Muffs, la., was questioned ulioiit a
tniasing check for *' ou on the 10th
when lie deliberately shot the two of-
ficials who were investigating the
affair and then put a bullet through
his o,mi head. The two officials tvill
I'olultuf lntrrr*t 'ft Fwrth lit t>••• Hurt-
irt Animal Industry.
Wasiiinotox, Dec. 1" —The nutritiv
value of fisid is discussed at length
a bulletin of the agricultural depart
ment based on investigations iu
the bureau of animal industry
result of these studies, says the
bulletin, confirms the general iin
pression of h\gienists that the diet
of Americans i-. one hided and that
they eut too much. Owing to the large
consumption in this country of sugar
and the use of lar r - quantities of fat
meats the food actually eatci%ha* rela-
tively too little protein and t«w much
fat. starch and sugar. It is fouud that
the protein In ordinary meats,
fish and milk, is readily and com
pletely digested. l ut that of vegetable
foods is much lev. completely digested
than of animal foods. One-fourth or
nic-thlrd of |hitatoes, whole wheat and
rye flour may escape digestion and
tiuis he ust.'less for nourishment and
me-sixth of the protein of wheat Hour,
corn meal, peas and beans may la* as-
sumed to lie undigested when cooked
and eaten iu the usual way.
"Of the meat products in the mar-
ket," continues the report, "some eon-
tain very little and others practically
no material which builds tissue or
viclds energy. Animal foods gratify the
palate in many ways which the veg-
etable foods do not, and what is per-
haps of greater weight in regulating
the actual usage of communities l y
whose demand the prices are regulated,
i they satisfy a real I by oipplyin.'
protein and fats which vegetable foods
'• * V - // ' '
I tho Christ
keeping; and ye
be loved, and «hi
A wilder guit
down upon her,
off her feet. SI
Ing branch to
that moment sh
ith the quick an-
; ask him to come tit once.
And now at midnight she was an*-
i•raiting the arrival of the man
lZ dreaded and disliked
VOUUK physician who stood «o
"owlr life Z j who h^ht,l!r'u *hone t an<l sincere
har, f, ,e"c^WAlt \ «e tbo £
IV,-U th.it nil her higher as- had once stooped so lur as
1 1 soon wither in his 1 win attention from him.
would soon , Uut she had never forgotten
%«lillf'kM Wants lint Heat In H
K I V)(Y Mo
seeds, amountIng to one-third
whole, to the farmers iu those
states that have stiff
through last season'* drought.
K. It. Moo . president, and J. E.
Hrlstow, secretary, of the Interstate
Irrigation association, have i,-aicd an
invitation to the various states
ccrned to a general session of the
sociation at l'<l 11
•::> and 20.
A ih'ki. with pistols took plai
the street at Hen ton, Ala., recently be
tweeu Tom Saint Clair and Koube:
fill, Is about to be coiisuinmatetl.
companies interested are the Sun
Co., of Toledo: Crystal Oil Co., of To-
ledo, and the Murium-Morgan Co., of
Cleveland. The company will be a
formidable rival of tho Standard Oil
iia.n IIoi.man, of Imliann, Is
going to write a book, lie has made
known his purpose On the fid of
March he goes out of public life, after
thirty years' service In the house,
hp,•liking of his intention. Mr. Ilolmnn
Kaid that lie might not possess the lit
erar. style of some who had written
reminiscences of congressional life, yet
he Iclieved he could tell a story that
petition urging hiscoird'deration of the
proposition that (lermuiiy restore to
France the portion of Alsace-Lorraine
whose occupants speak I rencli 1 he
pet it ion retdted that thi
result in the pe
Tin: French line ste:
payne, which sailed fr
I SO,(KM) ill gold, til
of France nud (Jcrmany.
A i.aik dispatch
China, stated that I
shcoml largest ship
crossed the Atlantic ocean.
Ashy Howkn, the lightweight chain
re would I P'OM l*'11' south, tiled on the l.'.th fron
1 . f |,jH flffht the prevlou
*orge Lavlgne, the "Sag
jn ! inaw Kill." at tho Auditorium Athletl
had I n,'U'nnH-
.... J. Ud
upled t \
Ji Anthony llign
•V 1 was !l camiioaii'
#;>> S3""- sftim* ..Hi.-..
\ -V lsss. Mr. Addit
ut I v i
IHVARD APDICKa. ii I i|i
I in gj
ih in i 111
Throutrti tho ulstot husjn-d and dear
olio Uohts liroutfht tUo ttUliu: of
</ ttio fciu.l news by thy deep lon«ue* I
The morning has dnwnrd,
And the Christmas is hero;
Ilanit clasp-, brother haml.
11. art t«> heart drawn more near.
The fneense of placs Hits th« homes of the
In G.«l s house behold now a worhhlplnif
llcoauso lonir apo
Tho dear Christ-child was bora,
The sunrise to-day
llrlngB tho world Christmas morn.
The evening shades gather.
Still Christmas Is hero;
Draw closer tho curtains
While llros tiurn clear
The Joy <>? towinif transttaures each face,
The heart is un altar, a thrice holy place.
() joy to the world.
Heaven's raptures appcarl
The midnight draws on,
And the < .'hrlsMnuu is here.
—Clara Louise llurnham, In Youth'* Com-
blow in"'toward iier. a helpless thing him after that wheneve y
In the power of the boisterous biast. I to meet: hut ^ ulld sown the
Mrs ('atbyrwootl put out hor uruis. i.o I ranUlml in | UIlWitl
frightened and exhausts, the little of diseontent at her o
i dropped at her very feet. In nn in-
,u t '.,a.ir,...t
she wrapived then, around the little aetalls"'theroomi the sufferinirchll .
shi^rerin;' fornt, and tied a handher heautiful, .nxiou, woman._th._llt;
liief over the wind-tos ed enri . I tie ea.t-oit (rarmeiits.tlio
1-hat the child had strayed away ami V^"to1X"and BCauere.l toys and
,t hard for ills practised eye
was lost was a.H evident
,va perishing with cold, and without it pathetic story
nn instant s hesitation, Mrs. Cather- to icao tno bw
wood lifted her up and hastened upon that they tol' . nhovo the mtU.
i'er way. ) Lnt'''' ,'n,, 7„„etller they worked
This piercing cold which her warm sufferer, JJ . . n Was
fur. had before kept fr her now over her, 11*1. inp for her 1;,^
stung her kneenly, and her arms ached a sharp ham ,|u\vn
under their unaccustomed burden; but death that night, hut in l.« ^ ^
the words: "One of ti lit,. - i ofChe-
e of the favort
ites among ti. ladles in waiting to th^
queen of Italy, is un American, and m
daughter of Francis Kinney, the cigar*)
ctte manufacturer, of Newark. N. J
Mus. Huaiu ky-Mautin. the American
mother-in-law of the earl of Craven, i|
credited with six months* negotiation*
ami patience in the purchuse of a jew«
cled coronet of as much historical a#
intrinsic value. Everything comes to
those who wait—if they arc rich!
TuicTcm: riding is now the favorite
Dtnu eincnt of tho princoss of Wales
and Princesses Victoria and Maud.
It is said that one of the fair momberi
of the royal family has been measured
for n pair of bloomers, and there Is holy
horror throughout the kiugdom in con*
Lady Hknky Somkkset Is cnthusi*
nstic upon the subject of the bicycle,
and considers it second only in impor«
tance to temperance in its Improving
effect upon society. "A revolution,*
she says, "is being slowly wrought that
will entirely change tho aspect of life
for working girls."
Ducunss ob i.a Rochefoucauld in
ones counted one of the cleverest women in
ii chair, the tiny half- Franco-American circles in Paris. She
• is a daughter of Senator Mitchell, of
Oregon, and was married to tho duke
in 1H02. People say sho "looks and
xpenks like a Parisian," which is a
of the condemnation he
uuii once uttered in her hearing of the
frivolous lives of society women and
their ill-considered charities which so
often did more harm than g<-''
had chosen to give
"Onc of these
me"—"ye have done it un
ed ringing in her cars, ai
a now warm throbbing
mm' * v;:-
/ • a '■ c
as companies in ma
INDIAN TERRITORY COURTS.
I I'ritvltllir^ i .
A monhtkk hotel project Is now un-
dc ■ consideration at New York. Tho
biiii.ling is t" cover un entire block
and si.,".(Hi.iiiiii will be invested in the
plunt. Kverything linuginablc will be
found within the walls. The Interior
will be arranged as u court yard, with
an electric fountain in the center and
tropical plants of every descrlpth
around it. Running
r or there will be l uIconics fitted up as
Niilons. Among other feature- will be
Siikk.I' and cattle ranchers in south-
west Texas are asking t he state to help
them to exterminate or keep down the
wild animals that are playing havoc
with stock iii that region. So fur from
the advent of settlers thinning out the
panthers, wolves and coyotes, the ani- j
uiaIs are increasing greatly iu num-
bers through the plenty of food afford- j
ed by the vast, herds of cattle and sheep. 1
The ranchers have spent thousands of j
dollars in trying to abate the pest, but !
without avail, and now they want tin*
state to take a hand.
Rk.I'Kkskntativk Fiki.dkic, of New
Jersey, has Introduced into congress a |
bill affecting railroads using sleeping ,
and pari or ears. Companies using i
bleeping and parlor cars are required 1
to provide a safe for the protection and I
pare of all valuable property which j
may be carried by passengers. It is
made unlawful to charge more tlian
one-half cent per mile for lower berths
and one-third of u cent per mile
for upper berths In such sleeping cars.
For parlor, boudoir or drawing room
i-ars the charge per seat is not to
be greater than one-half cent per
virtually dictator and that
Li Hung Chang had been reinstated
and his position was firmer thnu ever.
In spite of reports to the contrary,
there has been no reconciliation be-
tween W. 1\. Vanderhllt, the railroad
king, and his wife.
Hv a vote of nine to eight the house
committee on banking and currency
dc i letl to report Secretary Carlisle's
plan for a revision of the currency.
.1 j i, n Mc-Huipk.president of the 1 nit -
,.,1 Mine Workers, was elected presi-
dent « f the Federation of Labor, ut
Denver,Col., on the 17th,defeating Sam-
m>l tlompers, tho vote being: Mcllride.
, his i
otitis, the referee in
all arrested and afterward
bonds. The light bet wet
Dempsey at the saineplaci
lug of tiie l.'ith was dcclar
setpience of the excitem
death or Howen
(iKoHiir: I, whim: and
fought at New Orleans
judicial courts in the Indian terri
I It is I iclieved the hill will be
ported to the senate probably some 1
time next week, and that it may
pass that body. Its fate in the house
is more doubtful. When it ivaclic -
th;it side of the capitol it will l e re- ;
ft rred t.i the judiciary committee, of !
which Representative Culberson, of ;
'acetl tl,n Rti ^r-
V ing blast she
that she had not
given ti r ders
ir her carriage to come for her.
The Orphanage stood upon the out-
ilerlii;; skirts of tho town, and it was a long
walk from there to her beautiful hoiuo;
ami yot she had lingered after the
' " " Christmas tree and the distribution of
the gifts, while tho other patronesses
had hurried away to their home
She hastily gained tho town and
found her way to the nearest chemist's,
where tho child was soon revived.
Then, having sent a description of her
to the police, Mrs. Catherwood carried
hild away to her home, where she
i;aillt. anil asher pitiful suffer-
ing ceased she had fallen into a quiet,
"All dungcr is over now,' the doctor
said, ami "Thank God!" Mrs. Cather-
wood murmured from her heart.
"You don't know how I feel," she
went t>n, brokenly. "She only came
in.' last night, but it seeins ns if she
nt—a Christmas gift—to be
found her impatient suitor awaiting | had beoi
her. my very own.'
"At last!" he exclaimed. Then catch- Dr. Harmon took Mrs.
ing sight of a furry bundlo In her | hand in both his own and seemed to
arms he added: "In tho name of com- forget to let it go.
mon sense, what have you there?" | "Let me tbanlc you for tin
Mrs. Catherwood's lovely eyes were deuce that you have shown in
very bright, and there was an unusual j night," ho said. "I misunderstood
flush upon her checks. you once, anil you have judged mc
"My Christmas gift," she said, her even more harshly than I jud
low, clear voice vibrating with emu- but you arc a noble woma
tion. "A little child; and if she is not j Christmas morning now," lie v
claimed—" "and with that large charity you have
"You will put hor in your pet sr- | shown towards this little child,
phanagc, of course." i 3-011 not give me the privilege of lc
"No, 1 should like—to keep her for injr to know you butter, and of over-
mv own," Mrs. Catherwood said, soft- coming your dislike to me—if I t
ly, with a quick, upward glance. I And Sirs. Catherwood answ
She saw the wave of annoyance that ; "Yes."—Judith Spencer, in N. V Ob:
overspread his face. server.
"Mrs. Catherwood — Estcllet You
cannot be serious; a child of common
parentage! She will be claimed, of
course; but if she should not be al-
though I love you—I could never coun-
tenance such a thing. You must
choose between the child and me."
THE TRAVELING STOCKING.
, u: 7.
president; James Duncan, of Haltiinore,
second vie1' president; Khoily Kciiehau,
hi 1 enver. third vice president; T. I.
Khlerkln, of the Seaman's union,fourth
vice president; A. McCralth. « f Hoston.
secretary; John H. Lcnnon. treasurer.
New York was selected as the nc\t
place of meeting and Indianapolis, I ml .
A noYAi. tlecree proroguing the scs
slon of the Itulian chamber of deputies
has been published and much feeling
has been aroused in Italy In conse-
nt Denver, i d., on the 1 1th
the "political programme" w
submitted by the la l convi
111 ml Howe 11 was
•rie.l iu a serious
1 r to the hospital,
by the police,
of the American
on the 1.1th the
id of whicl
Smith, Ark., before which olleiises
ajrailist the laws committed in the ter-
ritory are tried, are respectively with-
in the boundaries of the districts
represented by these two gentle- j
men. The business brought to those j
cities In that way is quite considera-
ble, and it is expected that both Mr.
Culberson and Mr. Terry will be op-
posed to any proposition that looks t >
the diminution of the importance of
bv the fedcriit.il
apitali >t >
ct ion h,
1 by the
The preamble deprc-
[011 of the currency by
revision being likely to
by inducing a period of
I x the |
stands ahead of a
.11,(MK) miles 1110
f railroads ami
he I'nited States
^ other nation, lu
has :;ls,H71 miles, or
than all other ro-
of the world com-
within 11 y.
cutes the rt
Tiik Dawes commission was before
the senate committee on judiciary on
the. 17th urging legislation for the bet-
ter government of the Indian territory.
Rki'HKskntATIvK Of l UWAlTK.of Ohio,
has introduced a bill reviving the grade
of llcutenaut-genoral of the army;
! also one appropriating $«V0,000 for a
Statue of (Sen. ti rant on the east front
nf the capitol alongside the statue of
| Washington. The bill reserves the site
on the opposite side of Washington's
1 statue for the statue of lien. Sherman.
•talc central committee of California
to contest the election of .lames II.
I liudil. us governor, bus been thrown
.uit of the stute supreme court.
Tin: 1'lilted States grand jury has iu
lictetl thirty-six leading men of Mur
ray county, (hi., for whitecapping.
Mi:\illi lts of the boards of supervisor-
if seven counties in southern 'aI i fornia
recently held a mectin r at \. >< An
go I es for the purpose of urging 11 divi-
>i.hi of California by forming a new
state of Southern California. Tho
diversity of climate and productions of
the soil between northern and south-
norThat <011111 rj
leral ( oi-rii|ifloii.
S\N Fiiancisio, Dee. |s k. P.
I a native of china, a gradtiab
i.ecrctary and interprcte
Chinese minister at Washing
j President Cleveland's first a
: tion, has just returned from his nutivu
land, lie suys words cannot express
the blundering and stupidity «>f China
during the war. which he predicts will
pot cease until the Japanese army
marches into Pekin this winter, or at
the latest next spring. Hy that time
he says that China will be complete-
ly vanquished. He ascribes China's de-
feat to tho corruptness of the ollieials,
who have stolen millions of dollars,
and to the fact that the .la pa nose young
111011 educated abroad arc given posi
tionsoi trust, whereas. China will not
give u chance to native youths edu-
pr. ?! 1%;
•, v.v\ .
i.' v.-.. V;V V
A IIEI.IM.KSS TIIIN'O IN TIIK roWi.lt til-
BRIEFS ABOUT WRITERS.
Dn. Louia Lewis, who died a few
days a/ro in Munich, tiermany, waa
eli known through his book, "Shakes-
•are's Women Characters."
Many of Lady Mary Wortley Mon-
tagu's letters were destroyed by her
liter, who imagined that the fata-
lly namo was impaired by connection
Aiuiie pe Maroi.les, in one of hia
latest works, calculated that ho had
printed 133,124 verses, and yot tho pub-
lic hud not sense enough to appreciate
iilin as a poet.
Loup Loiin, tho least Important of
the queen's sons-in-law, is making bin
way us a regular writer for London
journals, good local government being
one of his specialties.
Mns. Ciiaioie, who writes short
novels anil sharp epigrams over tho
name of John Oliver Hobbes, Is an
American, though she was educated in
England and has spent most of hor
S. R. Crockett, of "Stlckit Minister"
fame, is a man whose line physique and
impressive size surprise the stranger,
lie laid the foundation of his robust
health in his boyhood, when ho had to
walk four miles acros the moors every
day to school.
i veil 11 In Hhai
"Say, mister, Santa Claus doesn't
travel on this train?"
••Oh! I really don't know," wai
reply. "Well, I suppose not."
"That's what mamma said
s'posed," with a little sigh. "Hut
course lie couldn't," with u half laugli
"Santa < latta has too much to do
Christmas evo to bo takin' trips."
"And he doesn't travel by rail,
some olio suggested.
"Course he doesn't!" with enthu-
siasm. "He goes kitin' long with his
reindeer, scootin' over the roofs and
down the chimneys my! But," with
another sigh, "1 don't know how he 11
The porter now came to make up
the berths, and mamma led the boy to
I another scat. The next man behind,
1 coining to his berth a short time later,
| stopped with a stare of surprise, and
i lIi««ii met with a smile tho smile of tho
j lady aerjss the aisle as she nodded to-
I wartl the curtains which closed out-
side the boy who had missed a visi'
fjjfiin Santa Claus. Upon the buttor
of the drapery hung a small stocking
"A poor place for that sort of tiling
I'm afraid," said the next behind to
the lady across.
"I suffered with indigestion. Food dis-
tressed 1110 very much. I took Hood's Sar-
saparilla after meals, and before one bottle
was goue I could eat heartily without dis-
tress. I have rccom-
tnondod Hood's Sar-
Buparilla to many. I
never heard of its
failuro to cure. Hc-
cently our station
agent had the grip.
After ho was able to
. get up ho had u dis-
1$ agreealdo sensation
in his head He said
it felt us largo as a
Hr. JoInt Jtrmiett stovo and ho was
uuublc to perform his duties. He took
Hood's Harsaparilla, and after usliig one
and a half bottles I10 was fully cured.
Truly, there is 110 humbug about Hood's."
John Bennett, Siuunan, Ind.
This statement Is corroborated by Blgnoy
, dnn&ists, Suiiina
N. D. He a
j to got Hood's because
fr WORLD'S-PAIR ★
think," was I
opened a lunch basket, and just as the I
man, after fumbling in his pocket,
dropped a silver dollar in the toe of
the stocking, drew outa box of candy,
which followed the dollar
Hut the gifts did not, stop, for the
spirit of the season was fully awak-
ened. Small coins were passed along
hand to another and shaken
into the toe by the man next |
until now the wintry daylight was bo-
ginning to grow dim.
Mrs. Catherwood shivered and
wrapped her furs more closely around
her, as she thought of the warmth and
light she had left behind her, with tho
music of happy childish voices.
Mrs. Catherwood was young and
beautiful and a widow. She had been
un old man's darling, and in return for
faithful affection and compant
still fixed upon him.
seriously, pondoringl v; then sho
looked down at the child sleeping now
upon her breast. "am afraid she
will be cljlwJS she said, very quiet-
ly, "i any case, Mr. Whitney, I
laifo .Tiudo my choice. I thank you for
tho honor you have ilono me, but—
goo i night!"'
The child soon wakened, ana .Mrs.
Catherwood, receiving ready sympathy
gifts for a family of cx- (
all friends mude a selection
and brought her offering. |
Why, the stocking's full," said til® (
11 next behind. "Hut here—tMs'lI
lie pulled out a Wo l n<lkcr.
chief, uiul when alio l"'"1 her trlfts In-
side it tietl 11 \iy mc (our corners and
pinned it to the stocly/og.
The word had passed along and tr.i
bineil. All Kurope bus only Ht.'t.v.i
miles, while Asia counts only '.M.'.'l'.i
miles. Africa ha 7.'.'l'' miles and Aus-
tralia 12,«8.*.. The exhibit in the case
nf telegraph lines is scarcely less strik-
ing. The world's mileage of lines is j
l,0tU,.YI.1. t'f which *. t'.,miles urc in
Amerloft. 880,878 in Europe, 87 i8I iu
Asia, 81,1102 in Africa and in Aus-
Sknatoii Hatk.chairman of the board
of visitors to West I'olnt military acad-
emy, has presented the report« f the
board to the senate It favors an in-
crease in the- number of cadets to
or one for each senator and represent-
ative and twenty for the president, in-
Ktead of the present number, which
about 250. The board says that
DritiNO a dense fog on tho 10th two of outlawrj
freight trains crashed into each other ilay nigtit.
on the long bridge of the Southern Fa- t'nun was shot
eltic near Houston, Tex., and Fireman Foster Folhinl
Clement and Conductor Heard were sons were held
badly cut and bruised, the former pads on lutie
fatully. .Inst after the wreck Peter
Carroll, foreman of the bridge and
building department, fell from the
bridge and was fatally Injured.
Kki'Iiksc.nt vtivks of the conductors,
engineers and firemen of the Southern
railway system were in secret confer-
ence ut Washington, their grievance
being that the Southern refused to en- aj,ont „n,
ter into the same contracts which they
hail with the Hlchmontl Danville I «
fore it was consolidated with the
Southern. (Iruve fears were enter-
tained of a strike which would tie up
the whole system and seriously affect
every business interest in the eastern
iart ! states of the south
.as City Mon-
the brain by
on. Five pel—
greatest importance !■. jonsiiip, her dying liusbaud had
the commercial interests of the United
States has gone from the state de-
partment at Washington to Mad-
rid. It is tantamount to a formal
notice to the nations of the earth that
if trade discriminations against
the United State
anil help from her kind old companion j elers in the next c:i/ came through to
friend, fed her woo guest her supper, 1 take a peep at tln^ traveling stocking,
and tried to learn her naino. Hut tho | Scat
hod hor with all his wealth.
In the second year of her widowhood
-he haa bce" ^^;'rLlir nUetaa i tu. W« . I W to" tvl.at fastened
en. Sho was considered "Unby,
tietl /around the stocking
only laughed and stretched I anil handkerchiefs filled out with no-
1 the visitors v
our object to
we've got t.
j that live out
I are to
| about i
were robbed on Bluff
robbers invariably met
ith the remark: 'It ain't
hold up poor guys
idonted bv the
e, but the
president for the protec
lean commerce under t
of the act of co
ion of A me
ie author it
if August i
i ti i
ITY. Mich.. Dc.
if a boiler in ti
ng mill uml l t
of the Pn.-llle
of the number graduated every year
could lie retired to private life, remain-
ing, however, subject to the command
of the country. The bourd also sug-
gests that these surplus West Point
cadets would mukc
Pacllic road i
V ran into a herd of twenty-live cattle
• ii the track near Salix.la . and plowed
ts way through them, killing twenty-
two ami not a wheel left the track.
The train was a heavy one. and there
were over 200 passengers on hoard-
A mi nt of fifty masked men boarded a
plane, I'rof. Langley's great tn,i„ noHr Paducah, l\y . with the in-
bine, has mude its initial tcntlon of lynching a colored munlerei
who was on his way to the penitentiary
to serve a life sentence, but their at-
tempt was frustrated by the starting
up of the train.
trip over the waters of
30 miles from Washington
machine was released, like
swan it jumped Into the i
sailing gracefully for some distance prisoner
alighted upon the surface of the water aged
It is made to float. In u general way
the sailing monster suggests a white
butterfly. 10 feet from tip to tip of
wing. In the rear extends u vertical
tail or rudder. The wlr
ward at a slight an.-le. the n
being sustained much us a kite
Wi st Bay
ti rrlbly mutilated
n i table.
Ahk vnsas City . Ka
K. M Yottng «>f t bis .
cled of protluc
of Arthur Wile
WilcOX will be
men of tliisc
orgaiiixn t ion
city for the improve
t h is
reigned a que
n woman to be envied, and yet to-
day the liollowncss of her life had
come home to her with overwhelming
force, and sho felt herself more deso-
late than even those little waifs whose
happiness in their Christinas festival
she had just been witnessing.
There was a great void in her life,
and she felt the need of some enno-
bling purpose, and of a strong sus-
taining arm to lead her on to better
things than the frivolities which
seemed to hem her in on every side.
If anyone had been at hand to tell
her that her life was not at all friv-
Has justly ar.i-V"> reputation uf hfiing
The Salvator tor
An Incomparable Alimfnt h>r thtf
Growth and Protection of INFANTS and
A s peri r nutritive in continued Fevers,
And a reliable remedial agent
in nil gostrlc and enteric diseases ;
often in instances of consultation over
patients whose di^v'tive organs were re-
duced to such a low and sensitive condition
that the IMPERIAL oRANUM was
the only nourishment the stomach
would tolerate when l.lPli seemed
id almost unrccog-
Cummings Smith, pa;
verbal and written
sho said, and "pltty, pltt.v," short, if Siuit* Claus was not. traveling |
ns the soft coal ilamo flared bright. 0n that train some of his near relatives
Then Mrs. Catherwood, with gentle | must liavu been. —Harper's \oung
unaccustotneil hands, gave her a warm j people.
refreshing bath before tho fire, and
had just sung her to sleep and laid her . The Spirit of Living.
in her own soft bod, when word was The great family life of America
brought that some one was waiting bo- does not represent opulence. If it depending on its retention J—
low to see her. , stands for anything it stands for com- And as a l OOD it would be difficult to
Descending with-a new and almost I fort, but not for plenty. We can all conceive of anyt.ung more palatable,
nervous dread, Mrs. Catherwood found I nflord to rccogni/. ■ tiie Chrlst-lilfe 5«id by DRUOOISTS. Shipping DcpoC,
an qfllcer with a woman who had come spirit of Christmas, which touches us , j°HN CARLE A,
fi.r the missing cbihl. N'nl oneof lit'r > (l) rcinenibcr l y some loving token , ——— ——— .—
own, tho woman explained, but tho those nearest and dearest to us. But The Greatest Tiedical Discovery
child of a young couple—strangers in | onjy n few can afford to follow tho j
the town, who had lived in the house I jUVsent method of extravagant and
i with her, and had died within a few senscles". giving, tlonerosity is a
I days of one another the month before. ! svnrinviii the world over for the Amor- |
sars in the pe
he having I
, g abortion,
ix being the vii
iled on u siinlbi
hurst, of New York. took the
initiative, and a union move-
ment has been inaugurated by
the local organi ' iti.msof Presbyterian,
Methodi-t and Baptist ministers to tuko
•oiitii.etl was bail I ■ dai
union, I.ml irsn>ll.'!i;u.. In
to take the pi nalty i"«n ose
Woods without appealing.
I lit. .Ill ks Dki.vioi k. of Paris, has a
•ehemc to e-.tablish a settlement in
Arizona, where lie proposes to experi-
ment with a utilitarian measure to
prolong human life. The thief or lias
secured a tract of land upon which lie
intends to set up a colony of health
seekers. The member.-, of the c dony
will be expected tosnl'sist exclusively
on food prepared bv I>r llclacour. who
will cook eggs by frict i.
Pkksiiiknt Ki'uknk V. IIkiis anil
<if the d'rectors of the American Kail
way union, accused of contempt of
court in violating the strike injunction
line up- hist summer, were fouud guilty us
midline charged and Debs was sentenced to six
months iu jail and the others to three
Tiik (Sraiul Trunk elevator and war •
house in Valparaiso. Ind.. was entirely
destroyed by tire on the r.'tli. It con-
tained 10,000 bushels of wheat and a
large quantity of oats, besides other
..1 '|.|. . ..I *1... ti .< iil-
1 g<> 1"
ounty jail Monday.
loltK. 1. T., He
i. of the t hoc til w gov
mi notified by Chief th
ution, that a royalty must bo
ot alone on walnut logs, but up-
natural productions of the soil,
ill almost create a panic anion?
in.I hav dealers. Thousands of
curled In scorn and she
made the honest answer: "My chari-
ties aro fashionable fads; perhaps they
may be the means of helping others,
but they do not help me."
Mrs. Catherwood had left the high
road now for the quiet footpath across
the level stretch of open meadow
which lay between the orphanage and
the town. It was a favorite walk of
hers, beautiful in spring or early au-
tumn, and a place where her heart
seemed to throb In unison with na-
ture; but It was cold and dreary
enough to-day. The western sky
gleame-.l coldly upon her. and the
shadows had already begun to gather
I f one
of the Age.
olou,, M her num.ron, oharltlc. eouM QI „„„ . ny
testily, her pcrfeot llp« wollld li \o I sh# ,ia!, tho cll|,d tl,.„. I iuu„. generosity is
would Have | )>ecauso pOOI. little soul! there had , j„.art and of the heart alcuc.
f,m'':''.,,,,,,..!ol,hZ::.: DONALD KENNEDY, of rcxbury. miss..
wood, "and l will bring her up as if ;iml t|ie wjh present, then, 1 say, by Has discovered In one of our common
she were my own." all means give largely ai. 1 widely, pasture weeds a remedv that cures every
So It was settled. And then, with a ihit let such giving be measured only j kind of Humor., from the worst scrofula
new sweet feeling of tenderness in her ,, truo filing and that spirit manl- downto acommonPimpli. ...
1,0,.rt. Mr, . I l.'ii ll.o sl.-iv be, so tlmt other.,, U-s3 ] Ht lus trisd It Jn;0«r devCT hundred
'"If h"r «• «• : ;:.nm^tVon;;; .u7s shall not (eel that IJMM, J Hri'ainow in I"
lowlMitivallj tl.cy I (on ovtr two hundred certificates
It will not harm W value, all within twenty miles of
go back a lit- Boston> Send postal card for book.
past. No tine A benefit is always experienced from the
then heard all thi - talk about tho first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted
duty of giving ut holiday-time. People whCll the right quantity is taken.
LNive b eau..- it was a pleasure to When the lungs are affected It causes
liked to give, and they shooting pains, like needles passing
ping across the meadow in vio- j j,nng mass of unkno
nt out, accompanied by her
j maid, to buy some little necessary gar- j clinnot airord to d.
r.ients and toys for her Christmas j us jf j„ tltin respect
treasure. . j He to tho times that
j She saw no familiar faces among tho
I throng that crowded the stofc. that
night, llut dainty Mrs. Catherwood
I found actual pleasure in mingling for
ith this good-natured
i his v
The origin of the lire
A GANG of whitecap-i visited the
iioine of Charles llerry, of Acidalla. N.
J.. draggetl him out in the snow and
tarred and feathered him The nicii
then re-entered the house and applied
and robbed of II
money frdhi the Caldv
morning intending to
city and deposit it I
the opinion that the r
K illing from that tow
clew for them t-> wo
a very poor desert pi lo
nf at this (toint al.i
which is placed at JO cents a cord.
Chickasaws hoot at the idea, but F«d
sum tlet lares that he will enforce his
orders despite the rhick.is.iws.
tallv disposed i,.Ml gnstS and now and again she WI
dding the lat
ttbligcd to stop and wait until Its
meutary fury had been spent.
ltut In spite of the cold and the
dreariness, Mrs. Catherwood seemed
in no hurry to reach her home. In
truth there was a question upon her
mind which sho must decide clearly
for herself before she could give her
answer to another, and for that rea-
Min she had chosen to take this soli-
icn suppose t
f the latter
hold up and rt
•d in the United State
to-day. pleaded guilty i
ided until Kriiluv for sen
in addition onions and a little p >
I similar treatment to Mrs. llerry while t\ve
honey. He thinks he can prolong the
lives of a certain clas. ..f consuinptivi-
if they will agree to stiek to this diet
she lay in bed. A recent death
family under mysteriouscireum>ta
and the indifference of the Herrys
to the outrage.
1°'* and succeeded
oung men in
•d tire on th
u driving the
, largest retail g
uit yesterday mo:
In all probability that "other
even now awaiting her in her
drawing room with all a lover
Harold Whitney had been as
It was late before she readied her
homo, and sho was hastily opening her
various packages, and beginning to 1111
the little stocking -the first child's
stocking she had over filled w
companion summoned her In ulu
child had been croupy all the evening
she said, and was now rapidly grow
,ey liked to give, ami they shooting pains, line ,r 7.
hat they could. A fhrist- through them; the same with the Liver or
sent then meant more than it Bowels. Jh'8 '? ^"aVS disappears in !•
'" th.t it ly a latlon
id the spirit <>f tho give
limplcr, it Is true, ami
ewer. Hut if we have
.1 presents are possible
• ere out of the reach of
s, tho spirit can at least
wants were I
fite to-tlay which
The labored breathing and little
flushed face frightened Mrs. Cather-
wood, and, late as it was, she sent ut
once for her physician. Almost im-
mediately word was brought back to
her that the old doctor had gono away
to spend Christmas, and that Dr. Har-
mon was to fill his place In case of
mouth., ami 1.1. attention had pleas ,1 nee 1. llut as Mr llarmon live.l qulto
■ " found that i at tho other cud of the town, the mos-
had rctrrned to km
|and flattered her until she
she could no longer keep him at n
ished him sua. noucd that night.
remain the same
uny thing. —Lad ion' lb
Tommle Thought It Out.
Mamma- -Tominlc, what are you go
Ing to buy mamma for her Christinas
Tommle - Why, momsy dear, l vo
tlowjU and thought about that, and 1
decided that the best thin? I could gc*
If she [ for you would be a pair of
It the stomach is foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of die, necessaty. bai
the best you can get, and enough of It.
Dose, one tabiespoonful In water at bed*
time. Sold by all Druggists.
1 not depart
ro.iii.rir t i km
to them if
your littUhoy.— Harper's Young 1'eup i
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