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French Countess Masqueraded So She Gould Handle Fliers. Cincinnati Newspaper BndoMen For Presidency. Hint Big Cincinnati, O., Dec. 14.--The En* qulfer has come out In a double-leaded _ , . - _ . . T I » .. editorial i n favor o f Richard Olney as, FOnd Of Daring FeatS Of Democratic candidate' for the presK Horsemanship. dency. , · «i "He represents so completely the Paris, Dec. 14.--The Countess Diane Ogir D'lvry, the beautiful young daughter of Count Ogir D'lvry, died in a hospital here under remarkable circumstances. Last evening a pony cart driven by a handsomely dressed young man accompanied by" a groom collided with a heavy vehicle near the Avenue Dubois du Boulogne. The occupants of the pony cart were thrown out and the groom was slightly and the young man dangerously injured. The latter was removed to a hospital, and the doctors were preparing for an operation when they found the injured person tO;be a woman. She was removed to the fe- maJe ward and was identified -as the daughter of Count Ogir D'lvry. A medical examination disclosed that her skull was fractured in three places and sha died soon after. The countess was 20 years of age and her blond hair was cut short It is explained that she was In the habit of assuming male attire to avoid attracting the attention of men. The D'lvry family Is highly connected. The count is a retired army officer and the author of a number of poetical works, including "Rhymes of Cape and Sword." A member of the family's entourage says the countess was fond of daring feats of horsemanship and liked to drive tallyho drags and four-in-hands. She found that male dress attracted less attention while driving, and when thus attired was one of the most daring drivers on the avenues. The family has a chateau at Xerac, in the department of Lot et Garonne, where the peasants were familiar with the coun- tegs' strange costumes feats. and daring general line of ideas and policies f ov / which Mr. Cleveland stands,' and Jie possesses so entirely the confidence of the same conservative class which has hoped to see Mr. Cleveland again,, in the field that every one "who would vote 1 for Mr. Cleveland would vote for Jfr.' Olney," says the Enquirer. "It is safe to say that Mr. Olaey would secure numerous votes which must be lost to Mr. Cleveland. We must remember in the same connection that he could doubtless hold the Bryan wing, avoiding a serious split, which the indications are Mr. Cleveland would be unable to do. "Should the convention in its wisdom present the name of Richard Olney to the electorate, wa may expect it to evoke 1 a wave of enthusiasm which will carry him to the White House." Four Making Indiana Town Dl- vlilon Point. Terra Haute, Jnd., Dec. 14.--The headquarters orE. Hi CoBtiu, trainmaster for th,e'east eiidf of the St. Louis division ot tho; Big Four, were movsd from Mattoon, Ills., to Terre Haute Monday. At the same time flve train dispatchers and ona car distributor also came here from Mat- ·toon, making a total oS seven men. Two downstairs rooms In ihsBJgl'pur freight house, .702 Notth Front stre'et,: are being flttied lip for the new men, who will regulate the, movement of-trains between. Indianapolis and! ,Terre Haute. The change Will i have practically no effect on ttie oWces at Mattoon, where G. M. French, trainmaster, of the west enj, and Chief Train Dispatcher Hayes will still have their · headquarters. In the. opinion ot some railroad men, the coming of these ? i offices to Terre Haute is but the, first ,1 step in the rapid making of Terre Haute the headquarters of the St. Louis division MODERN AMERICANS. At the meeting of the Modern Amerl-. cans last Tuesday these were Initiated; Mr. and; Mrs. J. M. Perkins, Mrs. Emma Erisman and son Edward, Miss Rose Phillips and A. M. Polys. Jesse Voiles, whose eye was injured, Is batter ana can see, but ho sees Souble. He did not carry the sick benefit. . Deputy Johnson will again work with Deputy Mann, and several new members are expected. H. A. Britton and J.. W. Carle brought in thirty-one applications in November. Secretary Wood's financial report showed that a check for 1293 had been sent to the supreme office for Nov. 25. Only six lapsed and four were since reinstated. Both the others will b e reinstated on Dec. 17, making the amount of the Nov. 25 collection JM1. ·' ' Past Presidents M. T. Bonified and I. T.' 1 Archer will represent No. 48 at the trranJi lodge meeting. The social announced for Dec. 22 haa been postpones owing to-the fact that so many members Will "be 'busy evenings during Christmas week. BUY LAND! BUY LAND! BUY LAND! Buy deep, rlcb, black, ulliivlal corn and cotton land In (he Vuiuo and IlisitMlpyl valley, MlwlMlppl. . . Buy it now while it is cheap. P»«t experience ftflly demonstrate* that Investment* In clienn, fertile nod productive land* are the «afe»t, rarest end most profitable. · The Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Afforda.the flwMt opportunity for anch Tnveitnfentrldilnjv 'tSef lire as fertile- ·· Uy la the irorld-- prodne* enormous crop* of corn, cotton, oats, hurley. clover, timothy, n lfa,.ud all vegetable* nnil fruits pe- cullar t(» tfce ellmale, ana rent when In cultivation for from «5 to «8 per Were. · ' " ' · - · ' · ' · - · ' · - · · · · · N»tlce · few of the bargains offered: 688 aeres !'/= miles railroad station % 200 acre* la cultivation alreaAy rented (or the year 1904 -for fl,100: balance virgin white oak timber, will . cat 6,006 feet of Inuiber per cere and 'will rent equally «" well when 'la enUlratlon. Price, f 10,000. ' . £,140 acres; 1,100 acres In cultivation, renting for f 5,500 ' per annum. 45eabhis. , Manager** residence. · ' Lirfe ·team via and cotton press. liaise store at railroad station on Inuil; balance not in cultivation, heavy white oak ·timber. .Price, *45,OOO; on easy terms. 2,775 acre* deep, rlcli, black land, all virgin forest; irlll cut 8,000 feet white oak per acre; splendid location. Price, $7 per acre; easy terms. 1,260 acres Vlrarla forest, black soil, more limn enough lumber en 'it ta pay for same; CVnev acre. »0» acre» virgin forest, very fine deep, black soil, well located; S50 p e r acre. - · · - · · · 6OO acres virgin forest, best of land and timber; *0 per acre. These are only a few, of the in any bargains. Come and sec, or write as for fall Information refcarOlnx; lands, excursion rates, dates, etc. I 704^6 MtHikin Decatur, HI, of Four. I'ruuerfy of Charles Mnrklon May Escheat to DeWItt County. A petition has been filed In the county court to appoint J. H. Barker administrator of estate of the late Chas. T. Marklpn, the aged carpenter of Midland City, Says the Clinton Public. Mr. Mark- Ion was on e of th» most peculiar men ever in DeWitt county. About twenty- flva years ago, just after the "Vandalla line was completed, Marklon dropped oft the train at Midlanji one day, got a job and went to work carpentering. No one knew who he 1 was, where he had come from, nor how much money ha had, 1C any. Years went on and. Marklon was hard-working, frugal and saving. He put ibis money into Midland town lots and built houses on, trfem lilmself during idle months. He would rent or sell as seemed best. Several months ago he became ill. He was urged by friends (hs haJ made many) in. Midland to notify hia. folks, or tell where he'had come from and who he was, and at last to makd a will. .He refused to ao any o£ these things, 'and died leaving 11,300 in cash In the state bank in Clinton and Midland- property of over J1.500 value. This property belongs to no one as matters now stand, and unless some one appears who can claim a relationship, the money ana property will probably escheat to the county of DeWitt. in the modern home Being always rcidy to cook at the striking" of a match it is a "life ·aver" when you have ovenlept or are in a hunry .from.other causes. Voii can roast, toast, ^ake^boil 4n| -firtii to better advantage and at^less eXpen.se "Jan thefts stove than on any other stove.. · We put gas ranges in your hoase'tilow cbt NPW, bjpciuse we know you wjfll always use gas if you start once'. No charge for connections or running the gas in when you get a stove. NEWSPAPER BASEBALLGOSSIP. One of the-old players will not lie seen in a Rockford uniform next year. This is Third Baseman Pattison. who will be used for trading purposes, according to a Rockford paper. The report does not say where he will g». The report that Denver is a'gain to have the services of "Tacks" Latimer wag well received by the fans, says the Denver Times. "Tacks'," who at times did brilliant work, spoiled all by his great fault of stopping to argue the different plays as they came up. He caught here with his hands so sore that he could not close them, and consequently his work was poor. This caused his release, "Take him, however, and catch him iu his turn he will do as good work for the local team as any other catcher they secure," said a base ball man. Manager Nlcql has another player cinched, Lowle'jBarber, u Texas league outfielder; who-fe'said to be strong with the willow.' He has forwarded Manager Nicol with several clippings showing how well his work has pleased ·fans. - Our Men's Furnishing Department is thoroughly verilenceof ihe capful dresser. We have, too,?some equipped witti all that appeals to the comfort and suggestive articles for the CHBI3TMAB SHOPPER. You'll find you're in the right place v^hen you are under one of our Hats. Soft Hats--Your color, your shape, your price, $lto ...,,,, Stiff Hats-Latest Blocks, $2 to ........... GLOVES. A beautiful showing of Dress Gloves, unlined, silk lined and fur lined; hand cut; d*J, 7C out seams, $1 to «P T « * * la ' Manager Armour of. Cleveland takes occasion to give denial to the story which lias gone the · rounds o£ the Three-I league /papers to the effect that he has signed Mullaney. 'His statement' shows there is no prospect of the big -first baseman landing: on the Cleveland team. It is now Said Mull will go to Columbus. ....That section of the constitution pro,posed-at the recent .meeting ,of the league, providing that a!4 clubs shall pay exactly the same amount into the mileage expense, looks good to base ball people In general, and the wonder it. is, has not been ''Adopted before. It W ..·ijitgbBllbU) to. make eiich club's railroad expenses the sanre in a year, and by having each club pay its share of 'the entire traveling .expenses this unjust hardship' Is ; overcome. Mcraw Gets Dahlen. Ybrk.'bec. i4.-^"BlH"'pahleii, the Icrack shottstb of «fe;SUietbS!», will be a Glant'next year. .The deal 'was concluded late on Saturday night 'by 'Manager McGraw, wih%reBy, Pitcher JohiS Cronln and Shortstop ' Charles ''Babb' aTe traded to the Brooklyns fp.r the star- Brooklyn player. This wUrmakVtha GiarttsMnn'eld. second to no other in the country, not excepting the Pirates, with Wagner and t,each Manager MeGfaW inaiJe a strong play to set gheekdTd -of the Brooklyns offering J1S.W 1 folp him; but that would Bi a-vlrWM Ureakitfe up ot thte Brooklyn iearo and l 1*SniBtr 6 S«he4i.conld »ot see COLORED 1«,» «»»! rtce f l«'-t»!*o»tc'AcW Una W«» ScwetV Xanied. , Muncie..Ind,. Dec. 14 --Because she was bUdC-ani 1 waited tfl b«VM«e 'MrB. Davla Shoecraft," TSSSt i Soutih, l ''Blalhtf street, washeaiher fap In carflolfc dpid, and as t resTilpls glittering -with ieVerft burns ·Mr** fflndecrttf t took a notion to cnange jiKf color" yesterday' afternoon without 'knowledge ot any ot the family Jin* tHe J liquidate into, *e^ hands, she i6uS5ajh«r 'ausky' face liberally. Just/ wliy She usett cafBollc aclJi Is not known, aa sfea will hot explain She afterwards ^aW-'that she "thought It Was a face 4«Kt£ttfal*** * V * * in was summoned and "her auf- ««..,, i.« reHeved4o some extent The ^physician itates tSaf %he burpl»s will not' mrvAnb M^nt11M t ' ' ' ·!»'· Too OW to *»ik. BanHnor«(,tM»,faJec, 16t-#lxr nice, Jnoth- er, bpcatise fraciuently nnd so strenuously that shn could not bear it. So 'asked the court Elegant Smoking Jackets, as" colors, double-faced^ very Complete line of White and Fancy Dress Shirts. Manhattans--Soft and Stiff Bosoms, $1.50 to .. Elgin--Pleated d«| bosom.!;. i.. ; . ..sM ' ..75c Other Makes--Good quality, 50c and HOSIERY. Real comfort and good wear in these. Sure to fit and give good service. Cotton Socks--Plain and fancy, lOc to Cashmere--Plain and fancy, 25c, 35c and Wool--Plain and fancy, 25c, 35c and .;. ,75c 50c 50c TIES. Our attractive display of Men's Neckwear consists of almost every conceivable good style on market: Puff Scarfs, Pour-in-Hands, English Squares, Ascots, Tecks, DeJoinevilles and Shield Bom in newest Silks, patterns £ i and colorings, 25c to »P 1 50 dozen Silk Four-in-Hands, latest designs, . special GOODNIGHT And be comfortable by having one of our Night Shirts, Muslin and Domet, SOcto v .... .,. Nicely trimmed ones box--a nice present; each .,$1.25 -two in a $1.25 UNDERWEAR. Get Next to some of our Winter Underwear. We have the Cotton Fleeced, Wool, Mercerized and Silk Plush; both separate garments and Union Suits; the Suit, 78c to OTHER SUGGESTIONS. Silk and Silk Embroidered Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Opera, Shawl and Beaumont Mufflers, Collars and Cuffs, Fancy Vests in White and Colors. We guarantee good value for every dollar you leave with us. R. S. Boh We Give GPrien Stamps When You Ask for Them. "^--------- ·-- - - - - - - - - ^ ._ _ .. ^, MT. , rf-^j r J-fir lit. A i i h i i n i . Ills., Deo. 14.-- Charles Truxell auU Charles Beilmnitli were Taylorvllle visitors last week. Jay Blfiiicliurd of Osbornvllle spent Sunday at Mt. Auburn. The Knights ,oC Pythias elected the following officers Wednesday evening: J. A. Richards, C. C; Henry Barnes, V. C.; .Virgil Davidson, P.; Robert Greer, M. of W.; Lee Housleyi M, at A.; A. C. Shetron, I. G.;. William S.. Greer, O. G.: Alonzo Barnes, K. of R..and S.; Leonard Davidson. M. of P.; C. JU Aufeur, M. of F.; D. C. Armstrong, trustee. J. H. Davis, who has been sick for some time, is slowly improving. D. \V. Hotisley spent Tuesday and Tuesday night in Decatur. air. and Mrs. John Heer of Decatur spent from Saturday to Monday with : Mr. and Sirs. T. 1C. Bohon. Mrs. V. G.. Herring-ton, who has been sick for the past few weeks, is recovering. C. T. Watkins mnde a business trip, to Decatur Wednesday. ' . The C. M. A. met Friday night and' elected tlie following officers: 1*. J.' Smith/president; G. C. Watkins, V. C.;~ C. A. Sehales, speaker; J. J. Sherman,; director: C. O. Goodrich, secretary and treasurer; Charles Miller, BentinelrEr- ncst Miller, courier. M.W. Stapleo of Grove City was here Tuesday. · · . . . Charles L. Goudy is on the sick list. The new bank building is almost completed and will be ready for occupancy by Jan. 1. Henry Porter is now located In his new home: Henry Barnes, and Jack Greer are on the petit Jury this week. - Jesse Ryan, who suffered the fracture of his leg" by being rim over by a wagon, is slowly improving. . J. Sallenger was -a Taylorvllle caller Tuesday. - - ' "'' ' , ·' - -- « - : - -r; - .· He Wanted the Land. William G. Barclay, has purchased the Evan Twist eighty-acre farm one italla west of Weldon and paid 4125 an acre for it. The farm Is unimproved but Mr. Barclay, who has a farm adjoining. wanted the land. Omaha. The energies and resources of the road are to be concentrated on double tracking and improving the main line. This work is imperative in view of the great increase in the volume of traffic seeking an outlet through New Orleans.' Completion of the work on hand will give the road a very favorable grade, since it follows in the main the course 'of the Mississippi. ' · -*- Death In » Turkey Scratch. Athens, O, Dec 14 --Spencer Young, butcher, died today as a result of blood poisoning The day before Thanksgiving, while unloading turkeys, he was scratched slightly on the hand by one of the fowls Blood poisoning soon set In, and he died in ter-, ·ibla agony. ' Win Kot Ball« to l»»s Molaes. CfcickKp. Defr'to"--FeVslstanti reports. thar^Ha Illinois' Central woulttfbulld % line"Iftftries' Mo!ne»-feoeiVed An AfJtN clal denial. , It- la said the company nan never contemplated such a project, as it a tine to. ILLINOIS DEATHS. MISS MABEL HARRINGTON. Stewardson, Ills., Dec, 14.--Miss Mabel Harrington, 16 years old, died nt her homo In this place Sunday; of pneumonia fever. She attended! the Stewardson (high school. GEOROH SHOCK. . Centralla, Ills!,' Dec. U.--George Shock, aged 48 'years, died nt his' liome in this city Sunday morning of pneumonia after: a brief illness. He leaves a wife and 1 children. ' ' JOHN ANDREW DAVIS. Bunker Hill, Ilia., Dec. 11--John Andrew' Davis, 77'years old, died at Ms ihome on the Woodside farm on Saturday.. Ha was a native of New'York and was a- brother: of the lat e Judge J. -Davis of St.: Ijouia.i He was ,a breeder of fine horses, and had/ a foirm o f ' several hundred, acres upon,, which' were''reared some of the finest and! ,-fa^tlJst tr:qttftie,Wirses i in this state.. .One, .^eelc ago he""sutfered'a fall, which 're-, ijutted in. his death. ' ' ,'n 90 Per {Cent ·» '#T 7r » ~- * 'if"-' ' Ot the successful, energetlt, ag. ; cjr*Mlve businesi men ' ! * / ' J5S Wear COMPANY d P. Bachman, Prop; 240-248 E. Ew. 6-hole Steel Range with high closet, to dose oit at-- They do not flrenr well heoauM' .they are lucceMfn!. Quite the M- T«r*e. They »r« *i)cce»aful becftiw* t ii«r dreni, w,»l^ r TUnk.tiu. OTIC. This beautiful Lamp Wfcen accompanied by this ad, for-- S

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