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It was begun by the fourth duke, wile died in and wile planned it on the most sumptuous etyle. When completed it will be one of the finest private residences in the. kingdom. For over 20 yeare Lord Bute has been bueily building a great mension on the teland of that name. It is not yet completed, nor likely to be for another 10 years. At the end et that period Mt Stuart. as the place is to be called. will be (Me of the most gorgeous establishments in the world. Restormel castle, in Cornwall. took 90 years to build, of which period exactly one-third was occupied in excavating the foundations. 'lite solid rock upon which it etands is almost as hard as iron. Indeed, "Iteetorrnel" means, in Cornish, The palace of the Iron rock." Milan cathedral vras begun in 1391 and finished udder Napoleen in 1eeko--41e years. The Duomo at Florence was commenced by Arnett in the year 1294, the last block of ng- marble bei tilaced In position in the facade in presence of the king on :day les lea, a period of 3 years. While the first stone of Cologne cathedral was laid on August 15, 1248. and the body of the editice was not opened until Aug 15, tete, 6e0 years later to the very day, it was not, however. until Aug 1S 1gs0. that the eplendid structure WaS finally reported completed. having thus oecuplee in building the record Limo of exaetly 634 years. The ceetle of Kingegoberg, which - Fiends et the bouthern extremity of Jutland. took Levl years teem the .eying of the foueentioreetone to the rigging of its master's batiner Ott Vet hieneet flagetaff. Its tonndation-stone was the skull of Its builder's Litteretst enemy. Three months titter its laying Count 'horsing, the buileter of the nestle. was killee. Ins sten watt thee in owaddliug-eluthes. Ile del tot centinue his father's work tin atee.ee 21. ten his eeth birthday he was thrown into ertson by the son of the man whose eked lay in the earth as Kinesgoberg's found:men-Atone. In this manner mailer after ereter cf leingegoleire was ',topped rettine mother Atene toweres tee eotte lethet of tho founder's work , tile tivinzetion intervoned.(Stray ?--Stories. - WICKEDEST TOWN IN TAB WtST Terorne,, Art. Euilt on a Steep Hill. side for One Big Mine. ' Twenty years aro it was a question whether lieeige City, Ken; Tombstone. Art. or Albuquerque, N 11, was the wiekedest teen on the frontier of the toceet. The extenelen of traneeentinental yen. reseit during the early see teok the sitesorut. eharaeters away front DeJee Cite. and It eteckly rettleil down to the 'lain tUttldrUM tarrilltig center on the Kansas leant& The Landing of reillroecis from texas ane Ceittornte eon) Aleuquerque ani the comitig there of reel heitith. seekers and the bitilding of hotels tor tourist accenumeintien have transformed the New elven-an metropolis into a tbrivirti city of literal. Isensiole peeple. There is nowadays no argument z5.)ut Jerome, in Yavateet ceunty . in northern Antonio,. being the all-round wicke town in the pest. But it Is not the sanguinary community that Inelete City or Altnieueretie or Tentbetone ever was. An eeseaelonel teueder our e in Jerome. bet buena Mood is not aeee trolt-s.iLle here . as it ueed to he in the hare to us et the est during the latter roe. Jerome Is eteet toerer netting. camp the greateet in the eeethwest ane next to liuttee Mont. the lareeet in -the world. There are :nee men arei 4.ki went-en in Jereeme. and the reeii'attion has gathered iron every miniug camp in tee west vine Meeleo. Jerome is a tewn Pet upon a hill. Not upen the tep of a tele but plastered ageinst it stile. A thousend feet above towels the retee or tee mountain range. Two thcereand feet teelew runs the Itio - Verde. six miles away in the bottom of the ealiey. tear eel on Vie eerizeon rise the San Freneleco toaks teem feet above wee level. dna ,,,ttweelt the town aad Ore reales are ceentlees hies teed covetiess vatieve tee tare. as elveolete as the imagination (eta picture. a great waste of atte troenteinees deeere The to n ef Jeretne Is against the great motinte,n sele. at an angle of eeerly een The tiousee are oneeetery on tee street Ana three eeriest high at - the back, hen they teee the inounta!n . gent ern tete tee ezen the ttei to their reefe wheat they ',1:ztoe ine ether way. Teey are euried in the earth at the oc that they riney te lesei with the street in front. caee retest be taken not to wander dawn bet tee fee in this eidetic town. for it rectitres strenete anJ energy to - back and the leekless wtght who etarte teo enorgeeteany cc viett a sleigh bar who livee below beta is likeey to keen getne enell h 11 lost in the debris of tee bleelde Neese. whieh bits been Keeling. rolling and stirring for centcriesINew York JOurnaL 11, STARS SPELL DISASTER FOR McKINLEI Boston Astrologers Make Forecasts of the Election for The Globe, One Finding that McKinley May Die Suddenly a Year After Election, and Another that the Election May be Contested, With Mr Bryan an Ultimate Winner---Fatality Pound in the Life of the President. , As an Interesting preelection experiment, The Globe Invited two well-known Boston astrologers to make forecuts of the results of the balloting next Tuesday. It is claimed for astrology that it Is an exact science, and each of the astrologers invited to make forecasts for The Globe gives In his readings his findings In detail, as determined from his charts of the planets, and the influence of their combinations on the destinies of the candidates, according to the science of astrology. It is at least peculiar that both predict disaster for Mr McKinley, one saying that he will probably die in December, 1901, or January. 1902, thus never serving out a second term if elected, while the other says he will never be inaugurated as president for a second term. DR DEROLLI'S CHART. (McKINLEY ON LEFT, BRYAN ON RIGHT), FROIYI. DATES OP BIRTH. a The forecasters disagree as to the outcome of the election. One says McKinley will receive a decislye majority. The other says the election will be close, and attended by bloodshed, and that, "while at the election Mr McKinley will have every reason to believe himself elected, yet he will not be inaugurated." While the stars do not show plainly how this result is to be brought about, the astrologer making the forecast intimates that the election may be thrown into congress, where it would result Inlayer of Mr Bryan. "I think Mr Bryan has every reason to look forward to his inauguration as the next president of the United States," says this forecaster. The astrologers arrive at their conclusions by reading the signs of the planets as they were either at the time of the birth of the candidates, or their nomination, or both. Both find fatality in the life of William McKinley, one comparing it to the lives of the two Napoleons. DR JOVEIVS CHART OF LIVES OP BRYAN AND McKINLEY, FROM DATES OF NOMINATION. It may be stated for the information of the reader that neither of the astrologers knew the other was making a forecast for The Globe, while both announced before beginning the work that they would give the result exactly as they should find it in the chart of the candidates. The political leanings of the forecasters were not expressed by them, either in their findings or otherwise. - Whatever the result of next Tuesday's battle at the polls, these forecasts, made according to the principles of a science much esteemed by the ancients, and still relied on by thousands of intelligent persons in business and professional life, will prove interesting to look over after the election, for comparison with the results, and in the light of subsequent events. BRYAN WILL BE SEATED. Astrologer Jove il Finds There Will be a Contest Over the Election, and Possibly Bloodshed. Dr Joveirs reading is as followe: The above chart represents the poets tions of the planets at the moment of the nomination of Mr Bryan. "The planet Uranus rules the figure. This planet is author of all that is unusual und unexpected, therefore we may consistently expect this nomination to bring about an unesual and unexpected result. "In close conjunction with Uranus is the planet Jupiter. this planet ruling the 'house of friends and wishes, and also the 'house of wealth.' hs indicative of a sudden and unexpected realization of the wishes of the nominee. "This combination of planete, occurring in the house of honer,' indicates that this benefit is not only financial, but of a character liable to add honor to him. "Both these planets being retrograde, indicates that he is in close touch with moneyed men. but it would seem that they are endeavoring to benefit speculatively from the nominee's efforts. "Mars ruling the 'house of honor' and lieuee of wealth.' and located in the terminative house. or end ef matters.' and opposed to Uranus and Jupiter. indicates a lack of money, and unusual expenses throughout the campaign. "Mars being tn evil aspect to Mercury. which rules the 'house of speculation' and 'house of death,' indicates sharp work on the part of his friends to hring about their desired end; but these seem to be too mercenary to be healthful to either the nominee or the public. "This Is more evident by the position these influences take in the chart of his opponent (McKinley). They fall in the 'bowie of honor and erofession.' This would Indicate that. through the sharp work of the nominee (Mr Bryan) and his friends, his opponent must surfer discredit and loss; while in the terminative house of his opponent Is the combination of Uranus and Jupiter. which is very liable to bring expense to his epponent wIth no benetit to hint. "The sun rules the opponent. Usually this elanet indicates a man of honor. one filling high positions, or a person of prominence. Thu.. of course. is a fact in this case, but the sun. being poorly aseeeted in this figure. would seem to indicate that the opponent is weak, that he is relying more on his present posi- tion than is good for him. On Nov the sun has so far progressed as to throw a beneficial ray to his piece at the nomination. This indieates that this opponent iMcKinley) will in some way bettent the neminee far beyond his expectations. "Venus, which rules the terminative houes of the nominee also the 'house of death.' or end of all things.' azia toe sun come tether in the 'house of grief. sorrow and tribulation' clf h1 tee perient, which seems to be a sure in 41- cation that the end of the nominee will be a pleasurahle one, but very evil to his opponent-. "Mr Bryan shows benefits In the south southwest. west arse northwest, but ti4riii is little betiedt tis be expected from the southeast. east and northeast, end various cities show him more favors than othertor instanee, New York city, Philadelphia and Cincinnati seem very fevorably inelined. while Baltimore. Washington and Chicago are against him. or at least he will not experience the friendly receptien in these cities as in this others. The best of these cities is New York, arid he may seen valuable servihe from there. "The nianet Mars. the rnythelogleal gOd of war, eombat and violence, having such an important ruling in this chart. would seern to indicate that this election will net be without much friction and --- N bloodshed; at least, it will not be won without a hard tight and considerable sharp work. The shaxp work is more liable to come from the democratic side than their opponents. This probably accounts for the unexpected benefits so sure to be derived by Mr Bryan from his opponent. It is very clear that the election will be out of the ordinary. and the clouds surrounding it do not seem to clear away until near inauguration day, when everything seems to take a sudden turn in favor of Mr Bryan; and, while at the election, Mr McKinley has every reason to believe he is elected, yet ha will not be inaugurated. 11,M,PimmOmo Mr Bryan's Horoscope. "The horoscope of Mr Bryan at birth shows him to be a man of great vigor energy. courage, impulsiveness, splendid vitality but liable to be a trifle ag gressive. and, under provocation, cruel. The planet Saturn throws a very favorable ray to his mental ruler. This would naturally give him caution, and would serve as a check rein to his impulsive-, ness. "The planet Mercury is In his head at birth. This is unfavorable, as it causes excessive mental and bodily activity. People with -this configuration are usually over-energetic, liable to lack concentration, often conceited and self-conscious, and usually present a pert, smart appearance, withdut the depth of character to substantiate it. These conditions rarely if ever produce a diplomat or statesman. "The position of Saturn to Mercury would furnish a basis for a cultivated diplomacy, which will probably be the case with Mr Bryan. The moon is in his feet. hence his excessive activity and his many journeys; but It throws an evil ray to the mental ruler, and this interferes with his judgment. "Mr Bryan has powerful intuition, and a powerful originative sense, which in many cases would extricate him from situations from which the average man could never hope to get. Everything considered, I think Mr Bryan has every reason to look forward to his Inauguration as the next president of the Calked States, "The annexed chart is for the nomination of Mr McKinley. This is ruled by the planet Venus, who rules the easy pert of life, the sympathy. affection and softer side of one's nature. This planet is retrograding. consequently weak In its influence. "The moon ruling the 'house of profession and honor. and placed in this tIgure in the 'house of public enemies. indicates that this nominee is not popula by reason of some question of honor. The son rules his 'house of friends. wishes, expectations,' and is seriously afflicted by Saturn ruling the 'house of the end of things,' or terminative house. "This would Indicate that the nominee is very liable to not realise his expectations, or that his friends do not assist hint. or that he will suffer defeat or loss by reason of his friends. Saturn Is a slow mover. but a sure one, and It may be that this political demise will not be immediate, but will drag along until the slow. subtle purpose of Saturn has been r talv worked up. Then its effects are fatal "This Int-W.11es was most marked in the boroscopes of both Napoleon I and HI. Witness the great hight of public prominence they attained. only to be thrown down and kept there. This seems to be the natural ending of this nominee. "The planet Jupiter. ruling wealth. wen-Lily goods. is favorably placed in this chart. This indicates that the 'wealthy classes will contribute 2ar5eiy to the camPaign. but the Planet Jars ruling public, enemies of the nominee, throwing an evil ray to Venus. ruling this nominee. Indicates that this expenditure will benefit the opposition I fully as much as the party ef the nominee. Mars ruling force, vigibr, destructiveness,, etc, working with Mercury, which is weak, shows the opposition to be sharp,- shrewd, persistent and not over-scrupulous as to the manner in which their point is carried. "Mars being the planet under which Mr Bryan was born. being also an important factor in the chart of his nomination, being also an important evil factor In the chart of nomination of Mr McKinley, indicates that this will be a hard struggle for supremacy', both. sides exhibiting a degree of force paramount to cruelty and bloodshed in order to carry their point. "The evil conditions surrounding the isamination of Mr McKiniey are stimuliflect.. to a remarkable degree around Nov 6 and after that date. This is sufficiently evil to bring out all the under handedness possible on both sides, but with the odds against Mr McKinley. It will be most assuredly a case of the earvival of the fittest. Mr McKinley- will eot je favored in the southwest or exteerne north, but will get the most of his benefit from the east, northeast, south and extreme weet. - "A glance at the nativity of Mr McKinley shows that he is at heart just. honorable, conscientious, not a man of Impulse. very slow to anger, but possessing a high degree of firmness if Crowded too faran especially sympatheti c. nature, in fact dangerously so, for thrtugh this he is easily led contrary to his better Judgment, and this is a very weak condition for a man in a position of public prominence. He has a. forturate horcscope. What he gets in life will come to him without much effort (thu campaign in 1896 is an .illustra Vile.) "With Mr Bryan it is directly opposite. He must reach out for what he gfts ans fight every inch of the way to keep it. By reason of this fact and the general condition of the horoscope , of the 'United States. his position will not tie R bed of roses for the next four years, provided he is elected. "SummaryMr McKinley will without doubt be elected, but through some unseer and unprecedented event he will not be permitted to oecupy'the presIolenOat chair in 1901 or thereafter.' FATE FOLLOWS McKINLEY. - Astrologer Derolli Finds President Will Be Reelected, but Will Die In Office, and be.Succeeded by Roosevelt. Dr Derolli's reading is aa follows: --ro get exact conclusions we must study not only the conditions of Planetary influences on election day, but put these in relation to the nativity of each candidate. "In the t tudy of the life of 'William McKinley the ruling planet is Herschel, which Is the ruler of the sign of Aquarh, us in the midheaven. The Aquarius nature is one that has fine intuitions, but this chart is governed very largely by the planet Mercury in its quicker and more Artable exhibitions. The ruling planet, Herschel. is apt to be quick and very abrupt in his action. It will give a rutin genius end originality.- a love of reinement: but it is apt to bring sudden death. or a disease which is incurable, and to act upon life and destiny in a marked and unloeked-for manner. "The sun Is in the midheaven. showIng honor and preferment. a success in life, an aceluisition of this worlds goods, a man who is fortunate, who is esteemed. and who is elected to pests of the highest honor. The moon in the ninth house wilhgive this man much moving about. views which he can defen& and lines of thought sometimes a little out of the beaten-track. Jupiter In the 10th house. highly elevated. will give a successful life. the honor Lad ..146.eem tat tilos with whom he is placed,and a prominent eMicial career. Venus Is In his eighth house. It will bring him ktndly marriage relations and benefits to his person and to his life through a companion. And it frequently signifies that he will benefit by some legacy. or some material gift from some unlooked-for quarter, or from some close personal friend. Mercury Is in his 10th house, just passing out. It will give him success in literature and will make him a quick. able man in his thinking and In his intuitions, and in his judgments of people t and of opportunities. and will. perhaps IMore than anything else giVe hiM Strong oratorical talents. Mars is in his sixth house in the sign 4 of the Scorpion. It will t)pify a danger not always easily diagnosed of some serious heart trouble. or some trouble in the urinary organs. and, as there is a very near square of Neptune with Mars, It Is indicative of inflammatory troubles or of a sudden death or some acute disease. from which, with a short mickness, there would be no escape. "Saturn is in his ninth house in Capricorn, strong, in his own sign. We have a man here who would be somewhat reeerved and thoughtful. a man of contemplation and of study. a man who can, by his own study, form his own opinions and adhere to them, a man of eustice, a man af integrity, and. while not stubborn or headstrong. at the same time can maintain his own personality and his own reasoning. and his own decisions with vigor, if It is necessary. "Herschel is In his eleventh house. 'Mt signifies that the gentleman is liabile to be deceived by trusted friends; that be is In more danger of discredit and perplexity from these who areabout him than from his own Innate character. He will suffer in ;he opinions of others and in history. from his environment. and from the influence that others may have over him. when he would have done better to have maintained his own integrity. and to have possessed more Individuality. "The greatest danger to the president is in his association it rather than in his own characteristics. Everything in his own chart is manly, clean, honorable, tIgnitied and just. While it may not be profound. It is respectable-. And in the esteem of others, whose opinion is worthy of regard, the exalted positi of his strong planets certainly bring li into places of responsibility and big trust. . "He enlisted on the llth of June. 1861. He was admitted to the bar in 1867. He was married Jan 25, 1871. He entered congress in 1877. He was nominated for governor of Ohio in 1891. "He was nominated for president on the 18th day of June, 1896. at 5.27 in the afternoon. The sun at that time was in the merctirial sign of Gemini. which would bring out the best side of his intuition, his quick discernment, his faMillarity with writtngs and documents and a strong side of his character. "My conclusions are as follows: 'The next electoral vote of the United State, will be thrown or William McKinley of Ohio. "Secondly. it is a ' doubt. to put it mildly. whether this man, thus elected, will go through his presidential term, on account of certain malefic positions from several different planets, willch come into force with a good deal of vigor at the close of 1901, and which extend, with perhaps increasing force, into the early part of 191)2. . The Life of Bryan. William J. Bryan was born in Salem. Marion county,'s Illinios, longitude 89 30', latitude 39 30', in the year 1860, the 19th day of March, at 5.13 p m, on Monday. "The man will have a strong combination of Virgo and the Aries type, for the sun is practically in Aries. It will give him a power of the mind, good business ability, strong internal intuition, good external reasoning power, good oratorical power, good judgment, a clean character, and a mind which can be expanded and made brilliant. He will have a, good deal of executive force, which will come from Aries, although Virgo is not deficient in this line. He will have power of administration; he will have also much that is sympathetic and attractive, and the chart as a whole is strong in its makeup, perhaps more so than in its accomplishments. "In the sextile of the moon with the planet Mars there is a good deal of ambition, energy, push. and in the main, success. "In the opposition of the reoon to Saturn there is decided antagonism. It is the lesson of apparently working hard and trying hard and planning well, but fringing forth poor fruition. "Jupiter, highly elevated but retrograding, will give this man opportunities of promotion, prosperity, power, preferment, and worldly honor. It will not, however, permit the highest attainments in these directions. "The sun in the seventh house will give him pleasing contact with individuals. a general success in life, sympathy, approach, kindly intercourse, firm friendships, and a general respect throughout his entire career. "Neptune, in the watery sign of Pisces, indicates that there will come into his married life a death, and a second marriage. "Mercury in the sign of Arles, which seems to affect the brain, gives brilliant literary power, oratorical power, and expression for thought. "There is a good deal about the chart that is worthy of consideration. it has a clean moral side: a chart that commands the respect of men for a character of sincerity, however much men may differ as to the principles embraced. - "Let us look now at one or two of the adverse- features that are apparent in the chart. "I mention first the position of Herschel in the mercurial sign of Gemini, In the ninth house, which will give this' gentleman a very fixed, independent and almost stubborn adherence to an opinion that May be his own, or original, or peculiar, and which it does not of necessity follow is the best. or that which is most thoroughly indorsed. It is a little in the line of peculiarity rather than stability, and it will give the tendency to a persistence- which will yield neither to argument, to friendships, nor to any other power. "Secondly, the position of Saturn retrograding in his lith house I consider to be adverse to his highest prosperity. This will show that he has false friends, through whom he will suffer. He will trust men who will be found unfaithful to him, and in his friendships and in the inner and more intimate life of the man will come his greatest disasters. "The chart is brilliant and in many ways commendable. but it does not carry the weight with it with the multitudes that it should, in order to insure the htighist success. "In the month of November., 1900, there will be two or three planetary conditions which, to my mind, will render the election of Mr Bryan impossible. ..e.e. "One of the strongest of these will be the fact that Jupiter and Herschel will be almost in conjunction. if not quite. And the position of Saturn is so, not only in his own place but relatively, as to work antagonisms. "These facts do not seem to warrant the election of Mr Bryan in November to the high office of the presidency. Roosevelt's Chart. - Theodore Roosevelt was born on the 27th day of October. M.'S. in Ion 74 lat 40 43', on Wednesday, without much doubt, at 7 minutes after 11 o'clock in the forenoon; 14 minutes of the sign of Capricorn had jest entered in the due east at the moment of his birth. Practically- the preceding sign of Sagittarius, which is ruled by Jupiter, will be dominant in the mans life, more than the ascending sign of Capricorn. although this latter sign holds Mars in the first house in the leth degree and 41 minutes. "The character, as a whole, will be a. blending of the Sagittarius with the Capricorn. with a large admixture of the Scorpio. The ruling planets of these three signs are Jupiter, Saturn and Mars. and perhaps these three planets give us a good idea of the real characteristics ef this man. His Jupiter power is that of a noble character, a man of vigorous health, incisive thought, and one who is held in general respect. Ills Saturn power will give him tenacity, a certain degree of stubbornness, a fixedness of purpose and a perseverance under difficulties to attain a desired object. Mere will give him ambition, ineependence. great energy, high aspirations, an aggressive nature, great activity and general success. - "From the sun in Scorpio we shall get a power of investigation. a love of research. a persistence even under great oppositions. decided ambitions. and ambitions, too, that are not easily checked by advereities, a nature not over sensitive where self is regarded, and a character which will rise under great emergencies to the highest attainments; and as this great luminary is so near the mid-heaven, in the house of his honor and preferment. it will give him the esteem and the success which is due to ee, Etsong a character, both from friends and from a larger circle. It will bring this man into prominence an hoet him in a conspicuous place in the eyes of men. and there is character back of this to sustain tne elevation. "The moon. in berekindiv influence. Is In the seventh house, that of home, friendships, profession and dealing with people. Her influence is all that can be asked for here, and will show him to be a titian et kindly nature, deep sympa IRON BEDS. 153 atylas The largest line carried by any house in the city. A VERY PRETTY BED, BRASS X01111T3, ALL SIZES, 2.95 ODD DRESSERS. 100 styles, lu all tbo popular woods. Special Notice is called to a LARGE DRESSER, ANTIQUE BEVEL MIRROR, for 7-35 SIDEBOARDS. 75 styles. If we cannot snit yon, nobody can. Think ot A SOLID OAK BOARD. WELL MADE. LARGE MIRROR, ETC.. for 9.95 EXTENSION TABLES., 132 styles. TWice as many as you'll find elsewhere. A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL , TA. BLE, SIX FEET, AND WARRANTED, for DINING CHAIRS. agne5 225 styles. Every leading faotory Amer ia& represented. A SOLID OAK CHAIR, BRACE ARMS, LULL SI2E, for 050. IT-2C1EigsgootiCol 3101117-SAVING NOICIGITILNISEERS, T44-756 Washingto) thies, a true and loving husband and father, and a man sucoessful in his chosen,profession. Neptune, in the watery sign of the fishes, in the third house, Is helpful also, in friendships, in the operations of the mind in the developrna-,It of a literary character. and in his intercourse with those immediately about him. "Herschel. In the fifth house, in hlercury'a sign, will give him great activity, a fondness for pleasure. for society, for the festivities of life, and a dependence. to a great degree. upon these activities and s'arroundings for his own pleasure and his highest development. Saturn, in the eighth house, is something of an antagonist. It may possibly defeat him In some of the money aspects of his life; it may bring enmity and possibly slander: it may bring trouble to the body unless care is used in the nourishment of the body: and the position, as , a whole. is not considered especially favorable. This planet Saturn is the ruler of Capricorn, which was barely rising at the time of his birth, and, while this planet does not show, In the ascendant, the power of any great adversity, it gives rather the more positive side of the planet. that of tenacity, fixedness of purpose, and adherence, in spite of great oppositions, to what may be considered a high duty. "Mars is in the first house in a very conspicuous plate. It will give him aggressivenesS, great zeal, energy, strong ambitions, and by no means an unwillingness to fight for what he considers his rights. It. Is quite likely that the gentleman has 'upon his head or neck some scar or mole, from this position of Mars in his first house. Venus is finely placed in the 12th house, giving him success in life, a certain magnetic influence with those who are round him, a pleasing demeanor, and will 'tend to make him a favorite with those who know him, and will bring success Into his life. "Mercury was Very near the mid-heaven. It will give him an original, intuitive mind, a fiery temperament, very mercurial tendencies, a strong literary inclination, good power In oratory and in expression, and as this planet is so near the movable sign of Libra it will give him a. great desire for travel and for scientific investigation, quick wit, and a great mental ability. "At the time this man distinguished himself in his military career, Jupiter was in the mid-heaven, passing from the sign of Libra., ruled by Venus, into Scorpio, ruled by Mars. As governor of New York, Jupiter was in the house of his honor and preferment, ,the esteem of these who elected him and who have regarded hina as a rule, with great admiration since. "As a vice presidential candidate, Jupiter is in his own sign of Sagittarius, in the house- of benefits from friends, from his own hopes, from his own desires, and from his own activities. "The strength of Jupiter in the llth' and 12th house will undoubtedly bring the gentleman success in his present desire for election es vice president. "In 1901 Jupiter will come More directly into the ascending sign of Capricorn. This is a sign frequently indicative of great political power, shrewdness, tact, energy, vigor, coupled with political Infieenee and management. "In 1901. between the early part of December and the 15th of January, 1902, It is probable that marked events will come into this man's life, with new responsibilities and powers, and he will then be more pronounced than ever in his individuality and exhibit stronger personalities and undertake more of responsibility, both of a political and executive nature, than he has held in the past. "There is undoubtedly coming into his life at that time a very heavy responsibility- and increase of power, and the only conclusion that can be arrived at is that in some way he will occupy a very much more marked position in national affairs. or, what is more probable, will succeed to the presidency, Begarding,Stevenson. "Adlai E. Stevenson, democratic candidate for vice president, has a chart that is respectable. but in no way brilliant. Neither are there any possible combinations that wafuld noint to his success at the present time. Re was born in Kentucky. Oct 23, 1835. - As to the Majority. "Electors favorable to the claims of McKinley and Roosevelt will be chosen on Tuesday, Nov 6: The majority will be decisive." Willing to Pay for It. "Pardon me, madam," said the weary traveler. addressing the mother of the leather-lunged boy who had been howling for the last half-hour with the persistence and continuity with which water usPd to come down at Lod,Ire, In the old Third Reader, and is doubtless still coming down. "but can anything be done to pacify and ererentertaln the baby? Is thereahanything that wouli please the little fellow?" "He wants to have the train run over a cow."(Stray Stories. Truthful and Candid. BoarderDo you know. Mrs Hash-- mere. I admire your truthfulness and candor very much? Mrs HashmoreYou flatter me. Boarder (struggling with his stesk) Yes. when I first came to you I asked you if you 'took in boarders. and you said 'res.' "(Stray Stories. , ... Six Months' Credit Means Cash With Us. CARPETS. !DRAPERIES. $50,000 Invested1 la this department alone. All the most, popular styles and! eolorinrh A GOOD; TAPESTRY CARPET, LOOKS WELL ANTI WEARS WELL, for 47c. PARLOR SUITS I. 165 styles to select from, our own manufacture and warranted for a lifetime. EXTRA LARGE OVER-STUFFED SUIT. SPRING EDGES, In Velour, for 6. 75 COUCHES. - 187 styles. Three times as many as you'll find hs auy other store. A LARGE TUTTED COUCH IN VELOUR. SPRING EDGES, a beauty, for Da05 FOLDING BEDS. 74 styles. Nearly all private patterns not found elsewhere. A FULL SIZE CHIFFONNIERE BED, worth $18.00, for 12 -75 You will be sur, ,prIsed at Um little orioes throlghont this department. MIMLIN LACE CURTAINS. act, nally worth 1111.50, It-Pf CHINA, Another model department. Everything marked at way down prices e DECORATED DINNER SETS, 112 PIECES, the kind that sells for $10.00 elsewhere, for 61.05 FANCY ROCKERS 337 styles. No other house la the world carries so lame a Bus. COBBLER SEAT RICKERS, POLISH MUM, eery cheap, PARLOR TABLES. 89c 215 328 styles, rerresmiting all the best things made by fifty manufacturers. POLISHED OAK OR MA. HOOANY FINISH TABLE, 24 inches square, la35 New England's Largest Hentefurnishers SCION OF STEPHENS STOCK. The South's Vice President His Great Uncle. An Atlanta Attorney, He is a Special Student at Ilanard. Treasured Memories of the Days of the Stars and Bars, In cozy little quarters on Appian way. Cambridge, hardly more than a stones throw from the Harvard law school, lives at present a good representative of the early southAlexander W. Stephens. the grand nephew of Alexander H. Stephens, the vice president of the confederacy. - The young Mr Stephens, a member of the Atlanta bar and a practising attorney In that city, has come north with the intention of spending lone year, at least, in special study at the Harvard law school. This he does with the desire of acquiring something of the Harvard method of law, which, in his opinion, is superior to any method in the United States, if not, indeed, in all the world. With what little he has thus far had time to see in Boston anti in Cambridge. he expresses himself as delighted, particularly with the latter place. One thing in the neighborhood which has made a decided impression on the young southerner is the fact that the people of Massachusetts have taken such pains In marking the many famous historic spots with lasting monuments. In his home, he says, this sort of thing has been somewhat neglectedso much in fact that a visitor in going about without a guide is apt to overlook wholly half the places of note of all the spots in the neighborhood of Boston, the one which contains the most interest for young Mr Stephens Is fert Warren; and this with good reason, since his famous grand uncle was conned there a. prisoner during the war. Lately he has come into communication with C. T. Parker of Newtonville, a man who was one of the jailors at the fort during his relative's impriaonment. The two will visit the place together. While Alexander Stephens was a prisoner at fort Warren, it seems, according to his grand nephew. that he kept a copious journal of the events that trans.. pired. The Stephens family in Georgia, In whose possession the journal now is, intends in the near future to make a large part of these writings public. In them the confederate vice president, lonesome and homesick, poured out his feelings at length, but throughout he constantly spoke of the kindness of Jailers in charge of him, end seems not to have become embittered. -- One striking incident occurs in the journal. Alexander Stephens, not over fond of his classics, had become particularly attached to Cicero's orations against Catiline, since, through familiarity with that hook, he succeeded. by what he termed "the only piece of good luck he had ever met with, in passing his entrance examinations to the university of Georgia. The examination in Latin was oral, and as the examiner passed down the line of candidates one seemingly difficult piece after another was given out for translation as Stephens was approached. Finally. to his surprise and -Joy he was allotted a familiar piece from Catiline, which he mastered with ease. In the journal he remarks that he little thought. when reading with pleasure of the conduct of the Eaman people toward Catiline, that he himself would be in a somewhat similar plight- The idea, he said, was galling. Alexander Stephens. Influenced by other Latin writings which he seas, in his youth. formed a decided prejudice against capital puniehment. In consequence he defended many a man on trial for his life and became one of the zrentEst criminal lawyers of the south. Never, In the course of his career. did he prosecute any one liable to the death sentence. Young. Mr Stephens In speaking of his distinguished relative tells some amusing anecdotes in connection with him. At the Hampton Roads conference the latter. a man of diminutive stature who was given as a rule to clothes mane sizes too large for him, appeared in an enormous overcoat which completely enveloped him. On somebody's calling Abraham Lincoln's attention to trea fact. the president remarked "That'. the biggest shuck for the nutbin that I ever liftW. As the conference drew to a conclusion, Lincoln and Stephens, friends in their boyhood, set aside matters of state and fell to talking over the days of their youth. much like Diomede and Glaucue during a battle in the Trojan war. Finally the former said: "Is there anything I can do for you?" "Yee." said Stephens: "release my nephew from prison." - Soon afterward the father of the young man now in Cambridge was called out from prison. having a most agreeable feeling of uncertainty as to whetner he was to be shot or to be released. When he arrived at Washington he was not only released, but was allowed ta go about the city Is his confederate CHAMBER SETS. 184 styles. lake Oak, Curly Bireb, White Maple, Mahogany, Etc. If A D - WOOD SET, GOLDEN OLIC BINISIL warraLted, for 1175 CHINA CLOSETS. 63 stylea and every ono a ioanty. Don't bay before i.e.. our lino. ONE IN QUARTERED OAK, 4 SHELVES, EOUND ENDS, for 13-59 M.IMM,IVMMOMD ROLL TOP DESKS. ' RANGES PARLOR DESKS. 46 styles. This is a new department, recently opened. Everything new and mp to date. A 60-INCII DOUBLE DESK for 10 75 Se styles. We carry a full line of tbe Celebrated "Wen-woods." A FULL-SIZE CABINET BASE RANGE for MI.85 132 ety1e3. You will fud here Just what you want. LADIES' DAINTY DESK, FRENCH LEGS, worth $7.00, for dr", St T-'14 CI El Osgoodeol MOM-SAVING HOXEFITENISZER3, 744456 Washington St. forma privilege that 'was accorded to no one else. While the prisoner 'was talking with the president in the white house the latter handed him one of his photographs. saying at the same One: 1 presume there are not many of those to be found LI Georgia." Th ami photograph. as well as the letter front Lincoln to the confederate vice preoident telling him of his nephew's release are today treasured in the Stephens house in Georgia. Another story that young Mr Stephen tells emehasizes the small size of Ma granduncle. Stephens..with a party of southern lawyers. of whom he was by far the most prominent. entered the drawing room of a hotel fbr some Port of a reception. Slowly the room begsa to till up with new arrivals, but Stephens, not paying much attention to them, still kept his seat. At last the landla-dy came to him impatiently and. leaning down, said in an audible tone: "Jump up, sonny, and let some of these gentlemen have your seat." Alexander Stephens. who was an 014 bachelor, was very closely identified. it eeems. with the immediate family of the young man at Cambridge. The latter's father. who was named after the xece president. died early, and after his death his fiimily WPM brought up by the bachelor, who practically occupied the place of a father. Among the many memnires of the confederacy preserved in the Stephens home are a number of electoral ballots. Theme, when the election by the people tool place, were sent to Alexander Stephens. the preeldent of the senate of the provincial government, and are still unopened. At Mr Stephens quarters on Appian Way are quentities of photographs of the old south, one of the most notteeablo being the old Heard house at Washington, Clu, where the last meeting' of the confederate cabinet was held. Where Old Style Hats Go To. "Fall styles of hats" So reed thoue sands of signs In the metropolis today. What has become of the summer styles, and the spring styles. and last winter stlyes, and the styles of the fell befere, and the styles of two years ago? Thit queetion was put to a Broadway hat elealer. "Very few styles can be held Over for the return of the seasen,' 'he answered. "We must clear Our shelves of the old stock and make room (or tho nett,. ani. to do this we must dispose of the old hats in sorne ma-mer. They go to ;Atwell where style does not count for so much as It doehere. and where dkalers cart buy untie: s, the regurar hat market. Many back number ht.ts so to Central and South America and Cuba. and are sold there for the latest sr.etropolitaa style. "Another great durneIng ground for passe headgear Is the extreme northwest. Oftcol a style is put on the New York market and does not wet with favor. When NN e find ti,at the rtocit is about to die on our hands we ray west." and west it go,s. often into the northern lumber districts. "Lots of last fall'e hats are raw beltyr opened In atrial' towne In Wi5,COZ;iink Minneenta and the Dakotas, to be soldi as- the 'latest thing out. They are roe lateet thing out there. "Of course. many of the lerger eitiee In the northwest ihave the very latent etyle s. bet the mall towns end rurel districts absorb muvh of the eastern ell style.. . -Itead het stoek Is often unleaded on pedlars and ehea, etores. right here et home. hut zu,,h dealers won't ray more than 20 per'ent it the regular whnieeaie price, re-they are made the laFt reeort . when ell other outlets are closed. --(New York Iteraid. Plenty of Amusement Ahead. WifeWhat shall I dn. flans? Bahr is crying dreadfully because I won't let him pull the hair out of my boa! Husband: That's all right; give hirs the cat!Stray Stories. .......:, GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS PAY BEST PAY BEST PAY BEST ' PAY BEST PAY BEST TRY ONE TRY ONE TRY ONE TRY ONE TRY ONE AND FEEI AND SEE - AND SEE AND SEE AND SEE' - - 1 BOYLE : BROS.' Ivo Money Down Is THE 0111ANAL AND LEST SYSTEM YOU MEN AND NiCXES lit:VINfi , AMOR R!nro RR WM ST Eolith End CLOTHING ON CREDIT. CLOTHING ON CREDIT. Green Store 853 WASH. ST., South End 4 ILia. ,i, 1, 't,,.. 'ft k, t P - I At frP -I I' - , , ., , 4,, . , ...,, ..., .,,,,,, i no,u, aye- Latiay ot.onto. , I go ILOOtli the City' in nil cordeclezats our-. --" --- --- ------- - 111-111;"1"."11.11' t , , , t . - t . .4yL-,ka . . I , I 0 :I 4 ''. 4,, t I t 10 ,. k k - .... ' , ' .. . I k ' I a. ..' - , k k ' i t. ''-- . .-..-.. , , ll .. , ,..4,-r -.- -.', 1 .,,, , ,' , Jr, .,. i , k fir . . .. , , i a t k i :',:,' tA0 L IS. , - 1-1 , I , , .1- , ) Y , r - , 0 , 41,- - .. . s: t-4, - ' , 1 ...... ! . -., 1-,,,,,L ..., S 4 ....- I, c' :. .7- , -' 40, tat I - - 1 ' tl'a. Ie. f ;. ., t . i 3rEl1111kriNIRC3,11 i lingtOn St. ., 1 , t 'was accorded to 'was talking with white house the ,ne of his photo, le: a same time: "1 ot many of those ! rgia." The Pam as the letter front derate vice presi- his nephew's re. sured in the Ste- t gia. I oung Mr Stephen A small size of hia ,- , L.with a party of t versity ol teeorgea. -enc. examination .topa 7-0-i doubt, at 7 minutes after 11 o'clock in "There is undoubtedly (- F in E p -ae e , le t , will not the forenoon; 14 minutes of the sign of his life at that time a ve coining Into Latin was oral, and as the examiner we riee, eo they are md t ry heavy re- passed down the Hee of candidates one reeora when all other outlets are cioseet r years. Capricorn had Pest eneered in the due sponsibility- and increase of power, and seemingly difficult piece after another (New York Herald. than 20 per'ent ,) t the regular Ivhnl'-', east at the moment of his birth. Prao- the only conclusion that can be arrived was given out for translation as Ste- -- without tleollY- the preceding sign of Sac-It- at is that in some way he will occupy phens was approached. Finally, to his ime un. tarius, which is ruled by Jupiter, will a very much more marked position in surprise and -joy he was allotted a fa- Plenty of Amusement Ahead. 1 he will be dominant in the mans life, more national affairs, or, what is more probe miller piece from Catiline, which he wifeWhat shall I do, Hans? Bab? reseeen than the ascending sign of Capricorn, able, will succeed to the presidency, mastered with ease. In the journal he dreadfully because I won' let although this latter sign holds Mars In ' remarks that he little thought, when cry n , the first house in the lIth degree and 41 Regarding Stevenson. reading with pleasure of the im pull the hair out of my e conduct of boa! it , minutes. the Roman people toward Catiline, that Husband: That's all right; gi V 6 111 is g "The character, as a whole. will be a. "Adlai E. Stevenson, democratic can- he himself would be in a somewhat the cat!(Stray Storiese blending of the Sagittarius with the .clidate for vice president, ha s a chart similar plight- The idea, he said, was t , - ... Capricorn. with a large admixture of that is respectable, but in no way brill- galling. - , - in Wm e klean r Stphens. Inueneerl by E the Scorpio. The ruling planets of these - d efl - lent. Neither are there any possible - e GLOB ADS Office - t three signs are Jupiter. Saturn and combinations that wafuld - other Latin writings which he rent in GLOBE ADS ' Mars. and perhaps these three planets his youth. formed a decided prejudice t GLOBE ADS i itt. give us a good idea of the real eeateta. H success at the present ti point to his me. e was against capital puniehment. In conse- teristice ef this man. His Jupiter power born in Kentucky, Oct 23, 1835. : quence he defended many a man on trial GLOBE ADS vs: ts that of a noble character, a man of , for his life and became one of the El-eatGLOBE ADS .. e must vigorous health, incisive thought and As to the Majority. . est criminal lawyers Of the south. Never, PAY BEST k f Dian- one who is held in general respect. His , In the course of his career, did he pros- but ut - , - PAY Ss g s ' , Saturn power will give him tenacity, a "Electors favorable to the claims of ecute any one liable to the death sen- . BEST . ,. p a certain degree of stubbornness . a fixed- McKinley and Roosevelt will be chosen tence. , - PAY BEST Of each ness of purpose and a perseverance un- Young Mr tephen In speakin of hi PAY BEST ort Tuesday, Nov 6: The ma' will e ma der difficulties to attain a desired ob- distinguished relative tell. 'some emus- Villism ject. 'Niers will give him ambition., in- lye " be decis , trig anecdotes in connection with him. ' PAY BEST get ; !merle!, dependence. great energy, high aspire- At the Hampton Roads conference the - . - TRY ONE kquara tions, an aggressive nature, great ac- , Willing to Pay for It. latter. a man of diminutive stature who ' - TRY ONE . 'ills na- d Pardon me madam " sai h tavity an general success. - was given as a rule to clothes manv T , a "d t - RY O - ns, but "From the sun in e sll Scorpio we sizes too large for him, appeared in an NE rely by a power of investigation. a love of re- traveler. add , ressi , e weary ng the mother of the enormous overcoat which com .3, plete' - TRY ONE V , , ft :er and search. a persistence even under great leather-lunged boy who had been howl- enveloped him. On somebody's canine- - TRY ONE - ruling oppositions. decided ambition k s. and am- ing for the last half-hour With , the Abraham Lincoln's attention to tree -- AND SEE ick and bitions, too. that are riot easily checked nersistence and continuit wit y h Lod which fact, the president rem l "That. arkeat'o, , : give a , e by adver er t eities, a nature not over sensi- - the bitrgest shuck for the nutbin that I AND Si. ,E eaxa ed to come d ow n at ere. in love of Liv where self is regarded w . and a co . y ever SD. W. , 0 ' ' AND SEE the old Third Reader. and is dotibtlees sudden character which will rise under great still coming down, but can anything - ( - As the conference Irew to a conclu- ' AND SEE; , !erabla emergencies to the highest attainments; be done to acify and er er oe en. nein sion, Lincoln and Stephens, frids en in - N SEE 1' in a and, as this great luminary is so near bab 1 f their boyhood. set aside matters of state , AD e thy. s thereahanythig - the mid-heaven, in the house of his would. please the little fello n that talking w?" and fell to t over the days of ehow .. honor and preferment, it will give him .. their youth, mueb like Diomede and ces in the eteem and the succes which is due w (Str )1 h He wants ato ave t Stories. th h e ra t I n run over Glaucue during a battle in e Trojan 4 't,..., 's ss " i goods, to se stsong a character. both from - a -- . , war. Finally the former said: Is there BOYLE BROSs5 F. t, es- friends and from a larger circle. It will anything I can do for you nd ests of bring this man into prominence a Truthful and Candid. - - - -Ye...J.' said Stephens; "release my ' l-,1 boll him in a consplcuous place In the BoarderDo you know. Mrs Hash- nephew from prison." . 14 o P o- o si ney Down (1.-: - . liagive eyes of men. and there ts charact admire er S e father of the oon afterward th fath mere. I aour truthfulness and wa called, IS THE 0111ANAT., AND Ia.. . 41-s - TEll views back of this to ustain tne elevation. young man now in Cambridg - -- ,, se s . A - u -eyes anYINO I e - YOU. ND t r e s bought "The moore in ber,,kindlv influence. is candor very much. ,, out train prison. having a most agree- IEN A , ., beaten- In the seventh house, that of home. Mrs Hashmore--You flatter me. - -- able feeling of uncertainty as to whetn- CLOTHING Ori CREDIT friendships, profession and dealing with Boarder (struggling with his steat)--- er he was to be shot or to be released, e i ily ele- people. Her influence is all that can be Yes, when I first came to you I aelted When he arrived at Washington be was ie. the asked for here, and will show hint to be you if you took in' boarders. andu yo not only released, but was allowed ta e--ut Green Store. 853 WASH. ST., og 1 End I ' whom a an of kindly nature. deep symra.. Ill II id 'ran . "...a S tr 2 v Rtnell A a , - ------- , - I a, A 1 ',a IA 11, , - , , T- - ., , . , , . - . c . 4 , , . - - -0 . , O- ' t 1. E 110S l'ON , SUNDAY GT OBENOTEMBEP 4 lutill - - , 1,, . ' 0 - s k a g E4 Oa E , ,STARS SPELL DISASTER FOR rff ficil TrINLEv Irle is lacod,and a ptom vr pain:of eMicitalt cia-11 tb, Amenneamems; bring him kindly marriage relations $ and benefits to his person and to his life through a companion. And It fre- quently lignifill that he will benefit by , , ' ' , . i, IRON BEDS. Six Months' Credit MBER ' 153 styles The ..... ,, largest line carried by Means CHA SETS. , - . D - - , t I , . . POMO legacy. or some material gift from ,',4 i any bootie in the city. Cash With Ifs. 184 styles Islh - s ,,... , t i I ' some unlooked-for quarter, or from -- A VERY PRETTY BED . ZWBoolikvi:tDeEtlfillaTprlitA0AMLDBakit iremoDgb: ,: q some r close personal friend. h just -,-; BRASS MOUNTS, ALL , Boston Astrologers Make Forecasts of the Election for The Globe, Mecury Is in his lOt house, -1 , i IZES, 2 95 CARPETS. DRAPERIES. OAK PINISH4 war- 4vte -4- ''...' . . . s h V , 1 p5 LuR One Finding that McKinley May Die Suddenly a Year After irtjalt?ER , , I Election, and Another that the Election May be Contested, . With Mr Bryan an Ultimate Winner---Fatal o ity Found ini passing out. It will give hlin success In skibt el ftramtuasire ina nhdinwt hiltrimktankge ahnidrn . tuitions r , and in his judgments lonal hpeoclusicpink.le- --'' AV t and of oppotunities, and will. perhaps ., More than anything else. give him strong oratorical alents. i Mars is in his sixth house in the sign -- - , . . e- - $50,000 Invested Yon wfll be fur- mtedt ta ---- in this department tprised at the little ---- , alone. All the most!erioes threughont this 11-75 n, ,,.. ., t. . k ., , il f the Scorpion. It will t)pify a dan- 20-4, -,- ODD popular styles and !ii epartment MIMIN eolotiars. A 0 0 0 DILACE CURTAINS. act- , ter not always easily di agnose d o f .N1 L C 8 12 the Life of the President. - - some serious heart trouble, or some DRESSERS. trouble in the urinary organs. and, as - 'I- ' TAPESTRY CARPET, ually worth $1-50, , , . -- LOOKS WELL AN for , , e - . -,. , ' there is a very near square of Neptune ,- , with Mars, It Is indicative of Innmime- , ,--,' t,,,,,- WEARS WELL. for CIIINA . ,- , ...., 100 styles, in all 139c- i' tory troubles or of a sudden death or - As an interesting preelection experiment, The Globe invited two well-known Boston astrologers to make the popular woods. AFT wgra.. CLOSETS. . , , , . k it some acute disease, from which, with a short sickness, there would be no es- Special notice is called AAP j IL g a WIMMOMMON111 W ill put on sale a forecuts of the results of the balloting next Tuesday. ' .. ... 63 styles, and It Ix claimed for astrology that it is an exact science, and each of the astrologers invited to make forecasts to ninth house in Ca ri- -, , ER, ANTIQUE BEVEL Minneallill every et a beauty. .s,' - ' 0 - -saturn MIRROR, for ----- Another model de- CHINA, Don't buy before see- ,, --, - -' in g our line. ONE IN r - Io rsov AI f oat 0 or The Globe gives in his readings his findings In detail, as determined from his charts of the planets, and the influence of their combinations on the destinies of the candidates, according to the science of astrology. 1 It is at leakst peculiar that both predict disaster for Mr McKinley, one saying that he will probably die in December, 1901, or January. 1902, thus never serving out a second term if elected, while the other says he will corn, strong, in his own Sign- We hPave a t a man here who would be somewhat re- eerved and thoughtful. a Man of COn- - templation and of study. a man who can, by his own study, form his own opinions and adhere to them, a man of yustice, a man af integrity , and. vvhile f , "-; 'TT,. to a LARGE DRE8g., ',..-t ' , . . -4:- -1 . .... ilior' 7 3 PARLOR partmeall. Everything QEUNADR3',70Rr ED 0 A I , ,-,,,. 4 SHELVES, ROUND - .). I r- i 4 not stubborn or headstrong. at the same --" .,-',. ---Ti, SUITS - ., marked at way down 13-59 - 7 ''' never be Inaugurated as president for a second terra. ' , time can maintain his own personality ., , prices I DECORATED k DPIEINNOEESR, the8Elkinli tlhia2t - and his own reasoning. and his own de- - SIDE- ' v cisions with vigor, if It Is necessarY. Cl the greatest value ever , g. s' Herschel is In his eleventh housa ,, '-,.-..--. seleot ltero5m, styles ovule - . This signiftes that the gentleman is t , ..:, ' ',. BOARDS f . offered in this city-26- Lam 840 , 1111"111111111.1400 LAT,416 484.dtb.t4 liabile to be deceived by trusted friends; -..-- le 001111.1111111" --,---iolait4. that he is In more danger of discredit ''. '1' - ;4 75 styles. If we remanntneafitor a anlidietmr; wselllesmffoorr $10.00 else- ,,- .. , 0 , w4t4plirtio ' and perplexity from these who areabout - , inch Coat, box front, half 2 4' et I him than from his ;own Innate s character. ,.: -,- enj ge' ROLL TOP ,,, ,, , , ..4- 4 :',- OAK BOARD. WELL . BEITTuRrAELEARGD ESOUVIEt. . tit ' 4Ill.O , 4 Ne will suffer in he opinion of others ,'5. ."4., cannot suit you, nobody -,,t can. Think et A SOLID s plarsa EDGES, in , fray usio.) tight-fitting back, with JO -- 11, 44044, ..-- 411P and In history. from his environment. Velour, for DESKS ' 44 - 0 . and from the influence that others may '- MADE. LARGE MLR- 1 rows of stitching around , -- , 4r 0,61' ' - 445. 0 4' s . 0 ; 4, - - have over him. when he would have one better t havmaintained his ow ,,,, - ROR, ETC ., for - 46 styles This FA ,,,, z . o ,, do e n .1 A I , gq AIM pt. ZS- 75 is a new department, ,...1. A l'.,... . , Ilk I On 11 own characteristics Everyhing in his , ,; t., Mil, . 'L NP A as In Legris.y. as 11,..1 LU ILIZV MP WU MOV,ROV. ..., a u, 4 ..s, ,y w ry aalow A. - the bottomColors Black, 71k 0 4''t o kl'IT 41 ," I t, .d4 Amek it. ki ...p -1( 411) t individual ty WiS MO erything new and mp L , r, Navy, Red, Castor Tara v. .. , . z,, 0 li IP ae.ois ts 4. sok) IS "The greatest dangi clean, honorable, it may not o9r:toGettnthenpl.rewsihdelenht ,,.,,,7. a : ' a I is in his association rather than in hi 's s - --"- - ' . ROCKERS FANCY to date. A 6 DOUBLE DESK for 0-INCH L i is II V1 la own . t., a f '.'-' k and Oxford IlrownS t ain , .3 0 -r It to, til 111, own is , , , ' -- - - s 1643 It, se, a s . -). ge) 1 9 V ID 1'. chart manly, atr-t c ttgnitled and just. W 1.4) , 2 3 231504103Ni 1 5 - 11 Lori t COOP- w, W be profound. It is respectable-. And in t lined throughout, and made 1145A3c 61;101.-- 1 V E 1-'4. 4.'1. .1, EXTENSION COUCHES. 19-75 1 387 styles. No 1 the esteem of others, whose opinion is ,a, 1 to .313 ,..,s .., ,, ..... , ..- s, a worthy of regard, the exalted positi -' other house la the &mew. 2, 1 i i 714, u...,,t ,Z) - NI of his strong planets certainly bring li ''"4,,,,:.,., TABLES. 187 styles. Three world carries so lame a , . ... in our New York work- - , -- :. , et Into places of responsibility and hig times as many as you'll line. COBBLER SEAT RANGES. c . roorn, which is a guarantee al'P 44 I: 1 , e Cl 0 ft it "He enlisted on the lltb of June. mt. He was admitted to the bar tn 1867. He ,S-0, , As: -- , 132 styles. Twice e!S,- '"'r-' elsewhere. A GOOD, find in Ray other store. COUCIEI IN VELOUR. HICKERS, POLISH - - as many as you'll find A LARGE TUFTED i ;,. IAD . 4,4 It le' ir 0 lit' trust. - - MISR, very cheap, 36 styles. We , of superior fin 5, If (;) A li ft, 0' -T was married Jan 25, 1871. He entered SPRING EDGES, a carry a full line of -- ; k 4 4e, congress In 1877. He was nominated for 5, -i'--;; SUBSTANTIAL TA- dill il 0 4e em t, e 't i.f.,,,, BLE, SEE FEET, AND ,-1,6 tbe ColeAbEraltuecluit"AsGizl8enEE- .. , ,-.1.',' z iff 4 a tiado A , 17 50,s ,., , -; .1. - '''' --7r-' It - - PCCI s-, v,g P . ., . -' PRICE , 19 111;1 0 Ir ' 'Oa 'Y a 0 4 . If," ,t, h,00ve 'uel rdmn eobr err i c;ligrf I a j00 hu )4 40,,i "He was nominated for president on It' the 18th day of June, 1896. at 5.27 in tbe it:it:1:ine best side of his In ,-"' . 1' 14 , afternoon. The sun at that time was in RANGE for ,, , , ,..4?4' WARRANT-ED, for ...a. beauty, for D05 ow oAodBsi"IT i . . OF- - '' af; C5 ,,,,' f DR DEROLLI'S CHART (McKINLEY ON LEFT BRYAN ON RIGHT), FROM DATES 0P BIRTH. "The next electoral vote of the United f., 2,,,i0H,-, 1101,), fillk,r ----. "My conclusions are as follows: 'p P ' PARLOR tuition, his quick discernment, his fa- miliarity with writings and documents . c N N and a strong side of his character. - . -..c... , aa -7. f . . - . C c :a:A.' -,':,'':'''"st- ' DINING FOLDING BEDS TABLES. PARLOR , t , 4,'", a States vrill be thrown or ViTilliam Mc- 4411 rnmPti -, ,7A,- - The forecasters disagree as to the outcome of the election. One says McKinley will receive a decislye ma- jority. The other says the election will be close, and attended by bloodshed, and that, "while at the election Mr Kinley of Ohio. , melyc?nwdhlYeih too e Luc tt e di t, will go through his presidential term, on - ,,,,.I.,-.. ,, k let.r ti sh I sa r n' dal lu,b tth u CHAIRS. Itiolteos.,,Eyez . 328 styles, rerre- DESKS 1 1 seating all the hest ' ' 7Vie,,Z-4:6, ' ,,-",a-a '''' , account of certain malefic positions from t all p7r14vgatieleikpaNtteearrulYs mthainuagkonituardeeraby r!CLty- will fin3d2heertoYilentt wThallt -.;:'';oi - ' -; .1'.' 4 McKinley will have every reason to believe himself elected, yet he will not be inaugurated." ' several different planets, wh:ch come represented. not found elsewhere. A HUED OAK OR MA- you want. While the stars do not show plainly how this result is to be brought about, the astrologer making the fore- Int .-,,,f'.,,. - Amleadeirn120g2a5 t Equal value in Suit, F ur, ct intimates that the election may be thrown into congress, where it would result 1 force with a good deal of vigor at the close of 1901, and which extend, a - -, L A DIES' "' l'k-.--a-,.. as11 favor of Mr Bryan. FULL ---- ----I:L- HOGA .NY FINISH DAINTY DESK, I ' Waist aril Misses' Depts. "I think Mr Bryan has every reason to look forward to his inauguration as the next president of the with perhaps increasing force, into the --4i ra.,,,, A SOLID OAK CHAIR, FULL sizn CHIFFON- early part of 1962. ' . i''' BRACE ARMS, LULL NILRE BED, worth TA au TALE :,-!ft$ 01,4 SI2E, for $18.00, for square, $7, for 24 M FRENCH LEGS, worth . .00 United States," says this forecaster. The Life of Bryan. - ,, .,....s.,, , -- . 011 ev, The astrologers arrive at their conclusions by reading the signs of the planets as they were either at the William J. Bryan was born In Salem. 950. 12-75 1-35 -Iv a Ci TU .. 531 viisHill a T 0 11 latitude 9 30 in the year 1860, the 19th St time of the birth of the candidates, or their nomination, or both. Both i find fatality in the life of William Mc- Kinley, one comparing it to the lives of the two Napoleons. Marion county,' Illinios, longitude 89 30', 3 ', day of March, at 5.13 p m, on Monday. The . , -4.1...........o..m n , 1, ''The man will have a strong combine, New England's Th a fl c 3:3(:)e-rcipz.T. , , tion of Virgo and the Aries type, for ..". c E osgood col . I 1 Largest U I LI Osgo duo, o i ' 0- , the sun is practically in Aries. It will 7149:2-7 le, give him a power of tbe mind, good , MONEY-SAVING HOIEEFITRIFISEF2,3, . -- business ability, strong internal intui- MONET-SAVING HOMEFURNISZES3, - , 11)1 C--e,.. Hernefurnishersa .0:3 W& 0 7 -7Z.' tion, good external reasoning power, ' T44-756 NVashington St. 744456 Washington St. I TOOK SIX CENTURIES TO BUILD. F2.4 N-1 good oratorical power, good judgment, a , - i , clean character, and a mind which can . , ----- tz:k-6- ...4 010... - , , Cologne Cathedral Holds Record, 634 - ..A 1) (-11 be expanded and made brilliant. He 41111111111 t 11:.: 1 gN :a 4 will have a good deal of executive Years Duom0 of Florence Almost -.1 t. : forcehich will come from Aries, al- thies, a true and loving husband and forma privilege that was accorded to I' iarzt 7'. E "11. ti TP', & ,, of . 1 11 (lb .., . w though Virgo is not deficient in this father, and a man sucoessful In his SCION OF STEPHE1S STOCK. i Equals ItOther Instances. f f, (I, ,, - 4 ,. li no one else. . le line. He will have power of administra- chosen,profession. Neptune, in the wa- While the prisoner was talking with 0 ",,...... c.... r ,- the president in the white house e 1 resk teen Ptrth and Kingueste in Scot- .. 7:4 ..e- - 15 I Hon; he will have also much that is tery sign of the fishes, in the third house, th ,a sympathetic and attractive, and the is helpful also, In friendships, in the latter handed him one of his photo- land, on the direct John c Groats to chart as a whole is strong in its makeup, o e perations of the minds in the develop- graphs, saying at the same time: .1 Lanes End road. stands Murthley cas- .--le perhaps more so than in its accomplish- oat of a literary character. and in his The S ou thPs Vice President presume there are not many of those I tie. a magnificent Elizabethan structure, 9..9 A 0 - 2, - m d ) . ments. a Intercourse with those immediately to be found fa G ill eorgia." The Pai &Waned in the early part of the present a "pit Re Kale "In the sextile of the moon with the about him. His Great Uncle. t hotograph. as well as the letter front century. It im not likely to be finished. ---.---- (7 -,.5.- X 9-5- 64 Slit , . a planet Mars there is a good deal of "Herschel. In the fifth house, in Nler- incoln to the confederate vice preet- '- hc a ever d . building experts ezia.re. fur - ambition. energy, push. and in the main, cury's sign, will give him great activity, dent telling him of his nephew's re. I az It bat another decade. 'f.77.1-7 if-- fee - Zne 62-764 success. a fondness for pleasure. for society, for lease are today treasured in the Ste- t. hly a few miles distant. on the came In the opposition of the moon to the festivities of life, and a dependence. An Atlanta Attorney Special Bo is a phens house in Georgia. t , t Mint Mad. is the vast, unfinished palace .0.0z 102 45 - Saturn there is decided antagonism. It to a Treat degree. upon these activities v Another story that young Mr Stephen t of the dukes of Athel. It ;sae begun by k dr- ,r the lesson of apparently working hard and sarroundings for his own pleasure -c , size f is ,- .21'. .c'' the fourth duke, skno died in Is30. and ate 7 - eillsay and trying hard and planning well, but and his highest development. Saturn, Student at Il ' arlard. gt erlal sn emphasizes a i Stephens. z f' s t he '. .with t 1.),.. ta...,,,,,,i it ., 1 h .a rm ., ,szt ga 1 I re. rt v 1 nt I en. le twinging forth poor fruition. in the eighth house, is something of an party hal; . southern lawyers, of whom he vrits.tir a , fr:. .1111 5 0 e J2e.1cw-Nc? e1 - ) 11 ' .2,-k k(Sitk )1) 4 to, I I X 1 , , .,:....)) 4 A, - )1.-'.-.- 1 ,...es. A 70, ) ,,,,t 1 ,

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