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ORIOOS A CKEVISTON, Publish-.
- - KANSAS
Tiik receipts of furs by the Hudoi
Say Company are rapidly falling off.
Barojt Bihscii. the Austrian financier,
is organ, x use meetings In Vienna in be-
bulf of the Russian Jews.
Skcjietaky 1'jioctoi does not think
Fitting Hull' death will have any bad
effect on the friend iy Indians.
Tiik War Department has Issued an
order increasing the reward for the ar
rest of deserters by c.v.l officers from
.10 to f aa . ;
Senator Moiioai says that the coun
try would hare boen much better off
bad the fifteenth amendment, never
o Tub Kee.y motor stockholders held
their annual meeting- recently in Phila
delphia and declared undying faith in
the success of the invention.
P. A. -Euanukl, a member of the
Aiken, St C, bar, claims to bare dis
covered a cheap method by which alum
inum may be recorered from clay by
the use of sulphuric acid.
Tiik London ship owners are oon salt
ins; the Home Secretary on the question
of the Government g.vmg an increased
police protection to the docks shipping
whenever it becomes necessary for the
companies to emp'oy laborers on the
docks to counteract the cftct vf the
A PaiaIj comm'saion consisting of
Cardinals Rana polio, Oregila and Apol
l.ol and three laymon has been appoint
ed to organizo and dirt-ct the move
ments of the Italian Catholic societies.
This action is regarded as Ind cstlve of
the intent on of the Pope to assume a
more active part in the politics of Italy.
A. violent and for the public an
amusing controversy has arisen in
' Paris between Ernest Ronan and De
(i on court. Tho latter asserted in his
recent y .published! diary that Re nan
( bod eulogized the Germans on Septem
ber 0, 1870. Ronan denies it emphatical
ly, but D:Goncourt offers to prove the
truth of it.
Colonic (hakims Fuller died re
cont'y at Ashland, W.&, at the age
of 76. For fifteen joars he had been in
charge as engineer of the United States
Government of .improvement of the
Upper snd Lower Fox. Ho was edu
cated at West Point, and at the time of
bis death was the oldest graduate of the
The recent shut down in the coke re
gions has been especially hard on single
men. All of the single men employed
at the works of the II. C. Frlck Coal
Company met In secret at Mount Pleas
ant, Pa., and passed an unanimous
resolution to marry before the new scale
is presented. Several engagements
bave been already announced.
In formation baa been received of the
establishment of a new 1 no of steamers
on tbe west coast of South America in
opposition to tho Pacific Steam Naviga
t on Company and. tho South American
r team ship Company. The capital is
mostly furnished by merchants and
bankers of Valparaiso and Santiago,
Chili, and 95.U0U.OJ0 has already been
It is understood that after a consulta-
tion between Senator Sherman and
Representative McICinley on the sub
ject (ho former ha determined to
withdraw tbe resolution introduced by
'hint to so construe the tariff law as to
maintain tho Hawaiian reciprocity
v treaty in operat'on. The probability
of amendments binx utTured which
might reopen tho en tire tar. IT question
is understood to have caused this de
cision. Tn President has approved the act
for the roller of Alajor Ianiei N. It ass.
U. S. A- The act author sed the ac
counting mVors of the 1 reasury to
redit Paymaster Pass with S7.S50.93,
tbe amount of Government funds stolei
from him at Antolope Springs, Wyo,
marcs 10, a. stmiar'biu was
vetoed by President Cleveland on the
ground that Major Una, hadom.tted the
simplest and pla riest acts of prudence
and, care in guarding tho money.
Tmc Military Acndcmv sDororjrlatlon
bill, which was acreed to by the House
Committeo-o'n Military Affairs, rrov des
for a number of improvements at West
Vo nt -For a new set of oQicerV quar
wn vu(uou is a lowed; for reratrs of the
present quarters of the enlisted men.
a,ooo; Tor two seta of quarters for en
listed men and their (am lies, f3,000:
for enlarg.ng tho storehouse of the
cadet quartermaster, 91,000; for new
tank and bathrooms for cadets, t US, 000.
Hiiarp Kosk, the leading Arapahoe
chief en the Shoshone and Arapahoe
agency, who. It has been charged, i
going with one hundred men to join the
Sioux at the first opportunity, said that
nothing was furibor from bis mind than
flghtii.g. lie would not even under
take a flak tight, lie sad: VVo have
too many children in school hero and
are too well treated to do such a fool
thing as fight. The whole business Is
got up to get more to eat That's all
tnore is in it."
RErHVIHCNTATIV K lloPKINH, of IlUno'S,
baa introduced for reference in the
ISoufto a bill making it unlawful and
punishable by fine and imprisonment
for any person to agree to sell and de
liver at a future time any aroid or silver
bullion or certificates represent ng de
roalta of the same with any trust com
pany or bank when at tbe t m of mak
ing the agreemont the party is not the
4wner of the property. It further nro-
bibits any stock exchange from listing
uy gout or silver certificates.,
RcnuisKHTjiTivi Oatks, of Alabama,
with the authority of the House Com'
rotttee on the Jud ciary, bos reported
suoatiiuie lor tne bill reported some
time ago to amend tbe alien land act.
Tbe subetituteditfers from the bill now
on tbe calendar in that it is mode to
apply not only to persons who are aliens
bat to any firm, company or corpora! on
composed in whole or In part of aliens.
except railroad corporations, "and thai
five years are g ven aliens within which
to dispose of lands they buy in at fore
closure sales in order to protect mort
gages or other interests they may have
iu too property. . .
Eklt ha lbtil George W isle enlisted
in. company IA Fifth regiment of th
- Linlted cttates cavalry, served th
years and reenlisted and received his
veteran bounty. He served one year of
hjs acond term and (hen secured the
" discbarge papers of otae of hi cooi rades.
Charles Lc21r! bubarq'uenily he came
to Da kola and -located in Yankton and
has gooe by the name of Loffier ever
inca. ei)m time last spring 4be
or ainal Charles Ltffler appl.ed for
peabion, and in the regular course of
events it was developed '.Jiat Charles
Lc3er was already a peacioner. Ex-
Uiaar uwuiroj - wt
end tho Bo-u Lcgier was arrested end
JJEWS OF THE WEEK.
Qlaaaed By Telegraph and. MaJL
OjrtT routine business occupied the otten
tlon of that 8ect during the morn Ins" boar
on the 16th. Tbn tbe election bill cmne op
In KinuUr order and Mr. Kcnm addressed
the Senate In opposition. Before eoneladlns;
bis remarks the Bensta adjourned In the
House Mr. Mills (Tex.) offered a resolution
for a holiday recess. Tbe apportionment
bill was railed np by Mr. Iunnell (Minn.). A
Ions; discussion followed as to what time
should be given for debate on the dj - re,
and aeverul members gave notice of pro
posed amendments. This continued until 8
o'clock, when the previous question was de
manded, but no quorum appeared and tbe
AtTKR the morning hour In the Senate on
the 17th ttie elections bill fame up and de
bate continued until adjournment The
House debated at length and finally paused
the apportionment bill by a vote of 137 yeas
to S3 nays. No other business was trans
acted. in the Senate on the lfith Mr. Sherman re
ported a bill against the contraction of the
currency. The elections bill came up as the
regular order and Beit a tor Coke spoke at
lcnjftb In opposition and Senator Cullom in
favor, who accepted the bill as the beat that
could be framed to meet theevitscomplained
of, but he reserved the right to favor such
amendments as he thought necessary. Sen
ator Bate opposed tbe bill because he be
lieved It struck down the freedom of the bal
lot. I'ending his remarks the Senate ad
journed .The Uonse pawned the Senate bill
amending the Inter-Ht a to commerce act. and
after a souabble the Senate bill to place the
American merchant marine on an equal foot
ing with that of other nations (tbe subsidy
bill) was debated in committee until adjourn
ment. In the Senate on tbe J&th Mr. Stanford. In a
lengthy speech, advocated his bill lasufng
money based upon land values, which shall
be loaned at two pr cent. The bill was re
ferred. The printing deficiency bill was
passed. Mr. Bate then resinned his argu
ment against the elections bill. Mr. tiibson
opposed the bill as unreasonable, aittf Mr.
Stewart opposed it because Its enforcement
In the South would be disastrous to both
races. Adjourned The House, after some
debate, agreed to tbe conference report con
ferring certain powers on the Ilullimore
Potomac railroad in the i 1st rift of Colum
bia; also the conference report as to the di
vision of certain Sioux Indian lauds in Da
kota, and then adjourned.
THE Senate on the 2Uth passed a number of
private pension bills and transacted some
other business of no general Importance.
Mr. Ingalla was granted two weeks' leave of
absence. The elections bill was then laid
before the Senate. Mr. Paddock gave notice
that If debate on the bill was to be of any
length of time he-would call up the pure food
bill, which the people demanded. Mr.
Spooner spoke at length In favor of tbe bill.
He defended "Johnny" Iaveiport and ar
gued that tbe people of the country would
not haggle at any measure which tended to
ward securing pure elections. Mr. Ingulls
criticised tbe manner of the forming of the
Constitittion of Mississippi. The conference
report on the bill appropriating money for a
putt lie building at Kansas City was agreed to.
Adjourned The House consumed much
time in conference reports nn public build
ing bills. The deficiency bill was eonaldcred
at length and the part providing for the pay
ment of Senate session clerks and clerks to
Senators non-concurred In. Adjourned.
FtlKSONAL AMD fULITiCAL.
TfiK Argentine Republic bas bngun re
trenching by withdrawing its M.n star
from Switzerland and closing tbe em
bassy. TIiir London newspapers denounce the
criminal folly by which Parnell almost
lost his eyesight at Castle Comer.
1 ii a caucus of Republican Senators
t Washington on the 17th agreed upon a
financial measure. Stops were also
taken to 1 m.t debate on the elections
CHAm.FB F. Maykb bas been unani
mously re-elected president of tbe Balti
more fe Oh'o.
Tiik President bas sent to the Senate
the following nom nations: Martin P.
Kennard. assistant United States treas
urer at Uoston; Allan T. Brinsmade,
United States attorney for the Northern
district of Ohio; Frederick Collins.
United States marshal for tho Southern
distr ct of Mississippi.
Iuk consort of Emperor William of
Germany has given birth to a son.
LIKUTRNANT-COI.ONEL A. COSTA Is the
name of the new Mexican Consul at
Kansas City, Mo.
'line Prcsidont has been so busy with
other matters that be ha not been able
to complete b s examination of the pi
pers in ino caso oi tho World Colum
It is sa d the Czar will not rece've the
memorial on behalf of the Jews adopted
by tbe Ou Idhall meeting in London.
ItAiioN WisflMAifK has recalled Emin
Pasha from the Afr can Interior for d.s-
obeying orders. It was tl ought, -how
ever, that Km in would continue his
march to Wadolai.
Russia baa increase I her duty on
agricultural machinery fourpercant.
MRs. Wiiitelaw Feip has been dec
orated with the order of "Shofkat" by
ibe Sultan of Tur ey.
iXTiTioNs bave been c'rculatincr all
over Oklahoma asking that Con areas
ucciare tne present Lg suture an
illegally organ 'zed body and have a 1
work set aside. The petit ons are the
outgrowth of ffeneral disss t sfact on.
iiir London limns snys that the Ar
gent ne Government Is inclined to ac
cept tbe London proposals for the con
version of tbe cedullas bv the issue of
IM.(K)0. CO worth of five per cent gold
oon as, not bearing interest till April,
Thk New York Herald publishes a
otspatcn rrora Washington that Pres.-
oeni narnson win shortly send a mes
sage to Gonirress demanding the means
to enforce the removal of British ves
sels from the ltehring sea.
Valk.vtinr .WlNTKR. a nrominent
banker, founder of the Winters "N a lion-
al Itank, died at Dayton, O., recently at
the age of 83 years. In his time he has
distributed $1,000,000 among the
churches and he leaves a very lanre es
It is semi -officially denied that Lord
Salisbury has taken any steps for or
against the British South African Com
pany in regard to their occupation of
Rkiort from India state that the
Government has virtually decided to de
fer for the present any interference with
Hindoo marriage customs, as the oro-
testn from all quarters indicate that
ouch action might have dangerous re
anlta. Tm White River Methodist confer
ence tried Rev. N. It. Fizer on the
charge of going away from his church
without leave and running for Governor
of Arkansas and suspended hjrn for
twelve months. Brother fr'izer protest
ed vigorously, but the conference waa
unanimous on. the suspension.
A stove trust was re nor ted form in.
Manufacturers were in secret conclave
at t-h cage recently.
Thx Royal Hotel at Margate. England,
ouruwi recently. mere were many
turn west bound Halifax express went
mrougn oi joaepb bridge near Levis,
Vtue., recently, r lve passengers were
killed and a number wounded. All the
train went through except the engine
and baggage car.
" Ore of a party of twelve Chinamen
waa K'Jiea oy inspeotor t- inn while aU
tempting to smuggle in near Port Town
Tub Lehigh Valley Coal Company has
resumed operations at all their oollier
ies. wh-ch have been closed for some
time past, 'lb s will cause tbeemploy-
,Du tmtmwtj ioouwhu oi persona.
Two, murderers iner S bark ey and
Henry Uopp were hanged la tbe Ohio
penuesuary a coiumbua, O., on the
night of tbe Ifctb. wn other murderer
Isaac ttmttt was respited bv Govaran
Campbell to March on -th iujeroea-
Tuc freight handlers of Lading ton,
Mich., struck against a reduct on of
wages and trouble was expected.
Tub steamer Lake Washington
burned near Monroe, La, Loss, 4U,00O.
No one perished,
hlcGtiBK & Co , wholesale grooors and
cotton factors of Rome, Ga, have as
signed with 9100,009 liab.litiea and
Focb person were killed and eight
or ten injured by the wreck of tbe rear
coach of a south-bound mail train near
Masai lion, O. The accident occurred at
a treat a. tbe coach being tossed over
and taking fire from tbe stove, which.
however, was suppressed by the unin
jured passengers and brakeman.
Uu. rETiT nas proaucea oeiore tbe
Society of Pract cal Med cine, at Par a.
pre mens of a lymph invent d by him
self wb ch, be states, will produce re
sults in tuberculosis identical with those
produced by Dr. Koch's lymph.
rive coat neavers were arownea at
Halifax. N. S., by a section of a wharf
roi'it inaian muraeror were banged
together at Missoula, Mont., on tbe
Tiik Supreme Court of South Dakota,
in a test case, has dec ded that the box
in which sealed bottles of 1 quor are
hipped Is the original package.
1'itor. Kocii states that bis lymph
will be sen t to hospitals only.
A piijjt boat has drifted ashore at
Beaufort, 8. C, and as a heavy gale bad
prevailed it was thought the pilots bad
Tne popu'ation of Vienna Is esti
mated at l.ai5.62e by the addition of
Many people of San Francisco were
neatly duped by two men who opened
expensive offices and sold coal at low
rates for future delivery. Tbe coal
James Routt and Clifton Searcy, of
La wrenceburg. Ky.. blowout the gas in
a Lou sville hotel. One was found dead,
the other dying.
U. iib pol ce prevented a fight between
the opposing factions at Johnstown,
Ireland, on tho lttth.
The American Marble Company, of
Atlanta, Ga., bas been placed in the
hands of a receiver. Assets, f 150,000;
The next meeting of the Amer'.can
Health Association witl be hold in
Kansas City. Ma, December, 180L
Business failures (Dun a renort) for
the seven days ended December IS num
bered 404. comrared with S74 tbe pre
vious week and 83 the corresponding
week of last jear.
Onk man waa killed and three others
njurcd by the telescoping of a freight
caboose by a passenger engine at Cardiff,
Street, the Italian, completed his al
leged forty-five day fast at New York
on the 20th.
EvuAt'i), the strangler, was sentenced
to the guillotine at Paris on the 20t-h.
II is accomplice, M lie. Bompard, was
sentenced to twenty years hard labor.
t leaking house returns for the week
ended December 20 showed an average
decrease of 4.0 compared with the cor
responding week of last year. In New
York the decrease waa 8.9.
At B ram well, W. Va,, several men
were gambling and became involved in
a quarrel, when a man named liurdick
shot and fatally wounded five of his
companions and was shot dead himself.
A mob took Buruick's body, stood it up
against a tree and riddled it with bul
lets. A disaster occurred recently at Cor
dova, in the Argentine Republic, where
the canal burst its embankments and
destroyed hundreds of houses. At least
100 lives were lost.
A father and three children lost
their lives in a humble tenement In the
HuaiKKHS on the London Stock Es
change was reported dull during the
week ended December 30. The outlook
continued to improve. In Paris the
Bourse was weak. Panama canal shares
advanced on reports of an arrangement
with the Columbian Government for the
resumption of work. The German
bourses were weak and quiet.
Henry A. Brown, the Boston sugar
expert, asserts that the country will
lose 70,000,000 a year by the abolition
of sugar duties and the payment of
John W. Youno, eldest son of the
late Brighatn Young, is said to have pur
chased S,OO0,0O0 acres in Mexico for
Sittino Bull's ghost is said to have
appeared to a friendly band of Sioux
The Sioux Indians at Moose Jaw.
X. W. T-, and at Wood Mountain are
greatly excited over the killing of Sit
ting Bull and a number of armed In
dians have crossed the line from the
south. The Messiah craze appears to
bave reached them. Chief Black Bull.
now at Wood Mountain, says the whites
will soon be exterminated and tbe In
dians have control of the country again.
The iTesident has nominated Henry
n. Brown, of Michigan, to be Associate
Jtistiee of the Supreme Court of thi
United States, vice Samuel Miller, de
Thkkk win a bad accident on the
Western, N. Y. & Pa. railway at Wat
sottville, near Bradford. Pa., caused by
spreading rails. 1 wenty-one passen
gers were more or less hurt.
Henneshy defeated Scully, Parnells
candidate, at Kilkenny, by a majority of
Sittino Bclis band of 1M warriors.
lea by nisr root, has surrendered to Col
onel Sumner, who with 200 soldiers suc
ceeded in BUrroundinv thorn in the vi
cinity of Standing Kock while they
were maKtng tor the Bad Tands.
Two small- children of Victor Rodir-
ers, of Jesseville, Iich., were burned
to death while alone in their home the
Two workmen were killed and several
others badly injured in Chicago by the
" ox an oia Duiming of the Armour
i"ac icing Company which was being torn
The Gaulols announces that Emwrnr
u i uun nas aeciaea to vLsit Paris, lie
will travel in strict incognito.
A DIKpATCH from IVrnjimhm-n asm
that the Hamburg ship Libussa came
into ooiiimon with and sunk th iti-itiuh
hip Talookdar, bound from Calcutta
xor London. l he captain and twenty
two membea of the Talookdar wen
Thi schooner Mary Ellen, from Salis
bury, Md., for Baltimore, is reported
lost, together with her crew of five men
t a plain Henry Wbeatiey and son,
William Abbott and oon and Saul Uale.
Frank James laughed when asked
aoout the sensational cave story sent
out from St- Paul the other day, and
said the old band never met in a cave
in their Uvea.
ukrman a financial bill was reported
to the Senate on the dad. The elections
bill was further debated and a resolu
tion to amend the rules was discussed.
The House had a short session and ad
Jcmrned till the 46th. The Senate ad
journed tui the 7th.
Tb Tariff Reform Club had a great
oanquev at 3adiaon - Square Garden,
New York, on the night of the 33d. tbe
principal speaker being- x-Presjdent
Mjesv Nuui PxA&cr waa hancrpd in
London ftr the murder of a Mrs. i$ogg
ana uoy, j.ne crime ocumieu - tn
qneirol between tfe two wuaen, Mrs,
Peawv oeing the psurcriour of - am.
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KANSAS STATE NEWS.
Two years ago the Kansas State Sen
ate appointed a re vis on committee to
revise certa'n portions of existing State
laws. lbs committee bos been at
work nearly a year, and the report,
which is now reaiy for the Governor,
doi anes a aoxen useless boards; con- 1
sol-dates a balf dozen other boar let
revises the laws regarding tbe eon- J
trol of the State Normal and State j
Agricultural College, and Hutch n
son reformatory; decapitates K. J. ",
Crawford, tho State agent at Washi
ngton; ruts down the numbers of
ocal district judges about one-fourth;
cuts legal advertis'ng, sheriffs sales,
county anl State pr.ntmg of all kinds
50 per cent.; prov des for tho Australian
system of voting, and the election of
the State Bo ird of Railway Com mis-
oners; provides that the State furnish
school boots of a un.form text free;
verhauls the system of taxation and
assessment, and puts It on a bona fide
basis; cuts down the fees and salaries
f all county officers, except coroners
nd commissioners, and cuts into con-
tab lea and just.ces of the peace fees.
It is thought this report, if adopted by
ho Legislature, will save 1 8 JO, 000 an-
uilly -n taxes.
G. AV. Simmoss a well known livery
man and undertaker, was shot and per
haps fatally wounded by James rioal.
a railway engineer, at Neal's home In
Argentine, shortly after 9 o clock tbe
other n ghi Neal returned heme at
that hour, and finding Simmons at bs
house opened fire on b m. Simmons
ran out tbe back door of the bouse and
was shot after potting in tbe yard. Neal
uspected Improper relations between
bis wife and Simmons. Tho latter do-
lared be called to collect a bill and was
met by Mrs. Neal in bor n'gbidross,
and that tho irate husband appeared
upon the scene and commenced shoot
ing without giving him an opportunity
to make an explanat'on. Neal was ar
rested. Simmons has a wife and chil
dren. Nsau Arkansas City tho other day a
steer showed symptoms of bydrophobia
and attacked anl fatally injured a boy,
George ltock. Another steer also showed
symptoms and it was necessary to kill
both. lhese two animals and a num
ber of other caitlo were bitten by a wolf
which It is supposed was mad.
Joseph Rickmax, of Kansas City,
Kan., recently loft for Texas in a wagon
with a fr end, and when near Fort Scott
tho two men were shooting quail and
Hickman was killed by tho accidental
discharge of his gun. Ho was 20 yeara
old and leav s a wife and two children
at Kansas City, Kan.
II oo cholera prevails to ah alarming
extent in portions of Atchison County.
estimated that 4,000 bogs bave
died of tho disease.
Mautijt Mom. kii. Secretary of the
State Boaid of Agriculture, recently
said that enough bas boen done in tbe
manufacture of sugar from b -eti In
Kansas to prove that with proper ma
chinory In charge of competent and ox
perienced men, the industry w.ll be
successful. Tbe soil and climate are
well adapted to beet culturo and the
exper once of tho sugar null at Medi
cine Lodge, wblch is -n charge of a man
who was for yearn employed in the
manufacture of beet Eugar in Germany,
demonstrates its complete practicabil
ity. A sma 1 run on bcots was made by
the Topeka mill tM-t year and so satis
factory wore tho results that contracts
will be entered into largely with the
farmers for furnishing it with beets In
Tub dead body of William IHpff n-
bottaam, a prominent attorney of Clay
Center, was found under the ioe in
deep creek just west of that town the
other day. Ho bad been missing for
several days, and when last seen was on
tho street intox cated. As ho had boen
in tho habit of going out of town on vis
its of several days, his absence created
no suspicion. It was supposed that he
had attempted to cross the creok on the
icn and broke through.
James W. Hauii.toX, livestock agent
for tho Atch'son, Topeka A Santa Fe
Kaiiway Company, ban res g nod his po-
sit on to take effect January 1. Tbe
resigns t on is by request. Mr. Ham 1
ton res gned as State lreasurer bout
year ago to accept the appointment of
live-stoc-f agent for the Santa re.
Tiik fol owing Kansas Indian depre
dation claims have been disallowed by
the Secretary of the Inter or: J. r arris.
Ellsworth County, 3,39.; John N. Bond,
Cloud County, 100; Feier Groscb, Sa
line County. 77 Froderick Busstani
Mcl'herson County, Si00. In the claim
of A. C. Larkin, of Labette County, for
PI, 150 depredationscommittod by Chero
kee s in 1874, tho Secretary allowed S'wi
s said that Considerable destitu
tion has boen found to exist in North1
western Kansas, and measure for their
relief aro being devised in tbe oider
parts of the Stute under the direction oi
the State Board of Bail road Com m is-
s loners. T. he distress is confined to
farmers who have bad a succession of
crop failures and aro without means to
tiuo over tbe winter. Kansas railroads
have agreed to transportdonafc-ons free.
A Juitv in a murder caso at Wichiti
recently stood eleven for acquittal to
one for iruiltv and had been out sixtv
four bours, when the jud .re permitted a
clergyman to visit tba;r room and ho'd
religious services. Shortly after the
close of the ro' igious exercises the jury
returned a verd ct of guilty, the eleven
'obstinate jurymen having gone over
to the other man. The attorney for the
defendant immediately moved for
new trial, claiming m scon duct on the
part of the court and officers.
1 HR United States pension agency at
Topoka has completed tho December
payment, which is the largest ever
made in that distr ct, the amount d s
burscd on regular vouchers being SI,
475.93&2S. coverings!. 3S? voucbera The
Topeka agency stands second in the
list in amounts paid anl first in per
eentago of cost as to amounts disbursed.
Q iixhk are at present 2.004 inmates at
tbe Leaven worth soldiers borne. the
oldest man in tbe borne Is Alexander
Gourley. a Scotchman, 07 years of age.
from Great Bend. He is a farmer and
once bad a fine family, but they are all
dead except a daughter, and he haj
gone to tte home to spend his last days
Wuilb recently digging a well at
Lancaster workmen struck a vein of
coal twenty-four inches th ok. A single
bloat threw out twenty bushels of coaL
Wil.ua Di'hdom, a young farm band.
was instantly killed by a threshing ma
chine in going down a hill near Juno-
t on C-ty tne other day.
Uowabd Tdoiipsox. formerly em
pioyed in the auditor's office of tbe
Santa Fe road at Topeka, recently com
mi t Led suicide at Chicago by jumping
from a bridge. Ill health was the cau
Ton trial of C A. Benson for the mur
der of Mrs. Mottman at Leavenworth
bas been postponed anttl Juove.
Johx Osxo3. a well known cattleman,
was a member of a bunt or party
twenty miles southwest of Wichita, the
ether day, and in a -chose his bore
stumbled and Ostom was accidentally
snot in tae oeoa. ua Jon irom his horse
Af abtix Fa uut, aged ST years.
switchman in the Santo Fe vards at
Argentine, was instantly killed while at
work tbe other even ng- Farley was
engaged tn ioak ng a coupling when he
was caught beiweott two cars, and
erutaed ve cleans.-
Tub Ara-anatc Ct. leveetmej&ft . Cot
PREFERENCES OF FARMER3.
A chm to Dnv Oat Tt4r Political
Opinions sit Oesfrvo.
RpnisoriEi.D, Mass., Dec 4. An
elaborately planned canvass to ascer
tain the opinions of farmers through
out the eountry on practical, economic
el and political questions has been con
ducted on an extensive acale for the
pat three months by the agricultural
prena of Springfield, Uberul prices being
arranged so as to create discufttuon in
farmers' organizations everywhere and
induce a large poll of postal cord bal
lots. Nearly 110.OO0 cords were re
ceived answering these quetionti.amoug
others: Is Federal aid to agricultural
colleges and experiment btationa wise
policy; bhouul the rudiments of the
agricultural science be taught in the
public schools; will the new tariff help
American farming o& a whole; will the
proposed reciprocity with South Amer
ica benefit our farmers; will reciprocity
with Canada help tbe farmers of the
L nited States; won Id. it be wise to suk-
pend the homestead and pre-emption
laws, withdrawing froin sale or occupa
tion all public lamb for agricultural and
grazing purpotes for a period of years.
in the nope that population and con
sumption might catch up with produc
tion and thus relieve agricultural de
pression; should the Government own
and operate the telegraph: should the
Government own the railroads; who
should be the Hcpublican and I K'mo
cratio nominees for the Presidency in
The answers have been fully tabu
lated only bo far as they relate to the
last question, but enough has boen done
to show that federal aid to agricultural
education and the teaching of agri
cultural science In rural public Mchools
are overwhelmingly indorsed. The
sentiment regarding Government own
ership of railroads in quite evenly di
vided. A great many who vote auttinst
such ownership insist on Government
supervision and full control of ruilroad-s.
T he views expressed as to the new tarift:
law, reciprocity and the proposed modi
fication of the National land policy are
so diverse that it will te some days be
fore they are classified.
x he farmers expressed theitf prefer
ence for lreidential candidates us fol
ax PUBLIC AN.
New Knitlaitd . . .ll,i77
Middle fltutes... 13.747
t ontru) States. . . 5,053
WfsU-rn States.. 8.41'J
Tho Northwest.. 4K8
'iiclflp coast ai
The fuuth- 2.570
. 3.,2SJ9 31,013 20,7tf Hi,H-3
1 KM OC RATIO.
New KitKlund ...Zl.ftA
Contra I States. . .l,tti
Western Httttes.. 4.H90
ueltle eoKitt 70
Tim bouth 4.7- 8
Of the scattering Hcpublican vote
Reed leads with A,00., followed by Mc
Kinley with 3,0Jt, all but SM of these
cards having been mailed before the
November elections. lepew has 2.727
and I'lumb, of Kansas, has a goodly
showing, but the rest are mostly for "a
farmer.' In the scattering Democratic
vote Governor lattison lends with over
1.HO0, while Carlisle has 7uo and Gov
ernor Kusnell, of Massachusetts 5O0, the
others being for a farmer."
Judge Malflf'i Decision Almont Nnllir-In(r
the KsrlutUm Act.
Washington, Dec. 24. For sometime
past It has been the parctice of the
Treasury Department to return to
China, at Government expense, all Chi
nese laborers convicted of entering our
territory in violation of the Chinese ex
Thin applied to Chinamen smuggled
over the Mexican and C anamui
nl CanaUati iwirders
coming diat-ct from
decision tv .ludire
ax well as those com
China. A recent
Maxev, Of the I'nited Statva liistrit:t
Court of the Westiirti district of Texas,
however, will, if sustained, compel a
material mollification of this practice.
It is In effect that the Government has
no right under the law to send to China
Chinese laborers who enter the United
States from contiguous countries, unless
evidence i produced that they came
from China, or in other words that the
language of the luw in authorizing their
return "to the country whence they
came' should, in such cases, be con
strued to mean the contiguous country
and not China.
In the case in question two Chinamen
who had been convicted before a I 'nited
States commissioner of unlawfully en
tering the United States from Mexico
were ordered to be deposited in China at
Government expense. Their counsel ap
plied to Judge Maxey for a writ of
haleas corpus, and after hearing the
evidence he ordered their release from
custody on the ground that the com
missioner had exceeded his authority in
ordering them to be sent to China. He
held that they could be lawfully sent to
Mexico and now In-re else. Kcports
from special treasury agents are to the
effect that the adoption of this would
afford no relief whatever as the China
men would remain in the vicinity and
come back into our territory at tbe first
opportunity. Secretary YVindoin and
Assistant Nccretjiry .-puJ cling are con
sidering this matter.
Kljrbt Years For Vitriol Throwing.
Chicago, I Kc. 24. John J. Fox, the
vitriol thrower, was awarded by a jury
eight years in the penitentiary. He
met Miss llertha Kohler on the street
and, with the remark, 1 11 fix you,"
threw the contents of a phial into her
face, disfiguring her frightfully. He
gave as the reason for his act that Miss
Kohler had proven false to bun and be
intended to prevent others fulling in
love with her pretty features.
KnrrMidrr of His FooL
Pink Kiihjk, Dec. 24. Sitting Hulls
band of ISO warriors, led by Hig Foot,
has surrendered to Colonel Sumner, who,
with fiOO soldiers, succeeded in surround
ing them In the vicinity of Standing
Kock while they were making for the
The farmers of Lawrence County, HL.
had been greatly annoyed by their young
orchards be.ng destroyed by rabb.ta. A
fall of a few inches of snow recently
gave them an opportunity of making a
general bunt to rid themselves of the
pests. As a result 3,000 rabbits were
killed in three days and placed on the
market. This was the largest number
of rabbits that were ever killed in that
county in so short a time.
Mr. C P. Huntington began life as a
tin peddler, and while be at 11 has a
large quantity of tin he does not ped
There is a prune orchard of forty
trees at Grangerville. CaL, which bore
thla year 8. 3O0 pounds of frs&fi, 11 aver
age of 7o6 pounds to tbe tree. One tree
among the n amber produced 1.140
pounds. The fruit has sold in that lo
cality thia season for X cents a pound.
Tuoson Is one of the oddest sa well aa
largest ;nd beat known, towns in Arl
10ns. - la fnfli. 1 is so eld that-there is
no record showing- whaa.it wm first set
sled. When -tee first Spanish explorer
vioit this eountry ab&ut laso, they
found aa oid taxoaa village thara, and
it w&s tbsa 14 t have bca iubahne
THE INDIAN MESSIAH.
Letters Rlv-d Mtdeita at HuUll
InUilalr. Uorrnof. Kvk, Shw tb In
V Tkrn My Indians in tbe Kw
M sal bv.
Lawresce, Kan., Dee, 2S. Several
studenta at the Haskell Institute, the
Indian school here, have received letter
from their relatives in the Indian Terri
tory regarding the Messiah craze. One
of the letters is from a Caddo chief to
his daughter. It is dated Anadarka,
and tells of the ghost dances. The
chief tells his daughter not to ridicule
the coming of the Indian Christ, for she
knows nothing of the wondrous mani
festations tho Indians have received
from him regarding his appearance on
earth again. He says that maybe some
time her Indian instincts will assert
themselves, and then she v ill come
back to her people, join in the dance
and make herself ready to receive the
Messiah. The old chief says the belief
Is confined mostly to the gxd Indians,
and he regrvts that the bad ones will not
mend their wavs and accept the Christ.
Another of the letters Is from an un
cle to his iirphew. This letter ulso tells
of the wonderful revelations that have
been made at the gho&t dances, and of
the marvellous interviews the inspired
Indians have had with the Messiah.
Some of the inspired Indians, says the
writer, have bad interviews during
their trances with dead relatives, who
have told them to prepare for the com
ing of Chi-ist and not treat him as did
the white people of old. The writer
cautious his nephew not to reject the
Messiah until he has attended a ghost
dance and has bad an opportunity to
judge himself of the evidence of the
coining of Christ.
POWDERLY and alliance
Tbe Matter Workman Twlk on the Rerrat
t'onvrullon at Oeala
PlllLAIKl.l'HlA, 1 H-c. :t. General
Muster Workman l'owderly, of the
Knights of Labor, has arrived in thia
city from Florida. lie is looking pals
and worn and shows nniuistakuble
signs of work of the past few weeks.
In answer to a question he said: Yhat
the Farmers' Alliance is guiug to do I
am not prepared to say, but it can not
hnd will Pot affect our plans. I am not
at liberty to speak of the relationship
existing between the order und the Al
liaiie." I lave you decided yet whether you
will take independent political action or
'I shtill follow the course laid down
by the getierul assembly. We shall act
in accord with eaoh other all trie
way through. Hut the words lnde
pendent political action,' if understood
aright, would settle this question in the
miuds of the people. We mean simply
that in joining our forces we frame a
platform upon wlm-h as organisations
we stand. There is no necessity to form
a new political party, but a political
movement having a definite object in
view. It is upon this basis that 1 shall
issue a call to all labor leaguers, social
reformers, Mngle tux men, in fact any
body who desires the success of the
labor movement, to meet In convention.
Our object will be to discuss the labor
problem in all its aspects and to atr
tempt the making of a platform which
will satisfy all to bitch an extent that
they will work for it."
Attempt tn Vr--k the Monitor Terror In
Itritk lyn Vttrtl.
Nkw Yoick, Iee. J:t. A morning pa
per says: A daring attempt was made
late Saturday afternoon to sink the
big double-turreted monitor. Terror,
at the Iirooklyn navy yard. Thir
ty inches of water were discovered
in her hold yesterday morning, but
the greatest quantity of tho water had
been pumped out by evening. She is
now lying at the dry dock. The at
tempt to sink the vessel was made jitst
as she was about to be Wonted out of the
dry dock. It was not the fault of the
miscreants that they did not succeed.
The under water oixnintfi and sea
valves-hail leen personally in?-peeU'd by
officers of the construction department.
At noon on Saturday she was reported
ready for floating. Half an hour later
the startling cry arose, that the water
was rushing in through the sea valve
connection. The Ifig monitor was
settling. The most vigorous work upon
the part of the crew lecaine necessary
t save her. The huge dock pump was
prft in motion, spars were ruu out
from the siile of the dock to steady
the vessel and by the aid of hawsers
she was held in plaee. Tho crew
finally succeeded in closing the sea
valves opening. They were covered
from the ouLside and, after thirty min
utes' hard work, the vessel was saved.
Then the pumping began in earnest."
THE KILKENNY ELECTION.
Parnelllteft Hrportrd to lt Defeated at the
Kirkt Trlwl ot Ktrenictlt.
Kilkenny, Iec. 2. Crowds thronged
the streets until long after midnight
excitedly discussing the events of the
day and expressing opinions as to the
result of the election. Every thing was
uncertainty, however, at daylight this
Mr. Timothy Harrington says that
priestly coercion was rampant through
out North Kilkenny yesterday, and that
the I'arncllites have good grounds to
petition against the validity of ir John
jPope Ilennessy'a election should the
latter be shown to have headed Mr.
Vincent Scully at the polls.
IvONDO.v, iK-c. 21. A dispatch from
Kilkenny to the Daily News says that
there is not the slightest doubt that Sir
John Pope Hennessy is elected by a
majority of at least 5W).
Illinois Central Fire.
Chicago, Dec. At 8::;o last even
ing fire started in tho paint and repair
hhope of the Illinois Central railroad,
frame fctructures standing close to
gether, extending nearly 2.0 feet south
from Twenty-fifth street. On the ar
rival of the first company of firemen the
two big shops were burning fiercely anil
Chief Sweeny and his men did not pay
much attention to them, as they were
beyond salvation, but their efforts were
concentrated on the lumber, which was
saved. There were sixteen passenger
coaches in the shop and every one of
them was destroyed. The loss on roll
ing stock alone waa at least fcSO.OOO.
West-era BotiU Anxious.
Cnicioo, Dec 23. Some anxiety la
felt by the managers of the Western
roads on account of the movement of
the Kansas farmers to force a sweeping
reduction in grain rates from points in
that btate. It is said that the Inter
state Commerce Commission is to be
appealed to and that evidence is accu
mulated by a committee of farmers to
be used in complaints against the Kock
island, the Atchison and the Missouri
Pacific. Should these lines be com
pelled to make a reduction the effect
will be to pull down rates from Ne
braska Iowa and Missouri river points.
Chicago, Dec. 2tt. An unusually
heavy shove given a sling of freight
cars by a switch engine caused the
death of one switchman and the maim
ing of a second. The accident took
place in the yards of the Baltimore A
Ohio railroad at South Chicago yester
day. John Keynaxd wa& the man killed;
the other, William Sattenvillc. hud both
arms torn out.
InsaUa om a VMStlos,
WAfimxoTOS, lec To-day. In the
Ben ate, Mr. lagaUa, at bis own request
waa fronted two weeks' Wva e$ ab
Tn CJirarl Sssr OlvN His Vtsws
av HMWtr ror riMMUl KUf A
l'asel I post Ltsd Tslsei.
Wasiiikgtosc, Doe, 81-Mr, Stanford
addressed the Senate tbe first thing
yesterday in explanation ef the advisa
bility of the bill introduced by him
December 5 to provide tne Government
w th means sufficient to supply the
national want ot a sound circulating
medium. It was substantially, be said,
the same bill as bo bad introduced last
seas on and be bad not much to add to
what he had said on the subject on that
occasion. Uut the b.ll was very Im
perfectly understood and as the subject
was a very Important one he desired to
explain it still further. "Tbe b 11 I
am now consider ng," be said, "proposes
to put tho Government in a condition to
Issue a supply of money equal
substantially to the general demand
and to erect a standard by which the
Government may determine up to a use
ful value of a por cent what la the
amount needed. Th s hs never been
attempted by any Government The
money (legal tender notes) will be is
sued under the provisions of this bill
upon unlmpoachab e and pract call y in
cxhaust'bie secur ty and its surpiy ia as
cr;ain and determined by too rate
which tho borrower can afford to pay.
Two per cent Is tho amount to be paid
to the Government for the loin of its
money, and so lon-r a money is worth
mora than 2 per cent, tho security being
practically Inexhaustible, money will
always bo borrowed from the Govern
ment, anl thus tho Government will
be able to discharge its duty and
supply the gonoral want. As bor
rowed money is not expected to lie idle
but to bo used, it goes into gonoral cr
oulat on to supply tbo needs of busi
ness and its abundance stimu'ates not
only the larger but tbo smaller enter
pr sos and industries on which so large
ly depend the steady employment of
labor with its natural consequence,
general prosperity. The matter of im
mediate and overshadowing importance
to us is to supply our own industrial
wants. For this purpose wo must bave
more money money based upon per
fect and unl united secur.ty. So Gov
ernment cau afford to issue monoy ex
cept upon a valuable cons deration.
The value of Government paper is its '
quality ssiegal tender and tho proposed
bi;l would strengthen this paper (if
the credit of a Government of 03, OlKl,
000 of people with all of our vast re
sources is not perfect) by tbo partial se
curity wh eh theGovernment would hold
for its return at the cxpirat on of the time (
fixed by the loan. Toe principle of our i
Government loaning money sfullyestab-
1 shed by the advance it now makes upon
its own bonds, much, while entirely good,
as betweon tho banker and tho Govern
ment, docs not strengthen tbe security
of the bill holder, which rests at last
upon tho authority of tbo Government.
The scheme of this b.ll is to sup
ply an ample amount of money for
all purposes. 1 bave mentioned the
lands as security because they appear
to bo the Let and most certain of all
security and are s utile ont to fur
nish all tho money that is needed.
The people, I thi n't, will have
more confidence in a financial measure
that is new and radical if it has at pres
ent land only for a basis. The rate of
interest on theso loans on real estate is
fixed at 2 per cent in the b.ll, but in
time may bo reduced at experience shall
teach. Tho rate of interest charged by
tho Government undt-r tho prov s ons of
this bill will not nocessardy fix tbe
general rato of interest for business
purposes. That will always be deter
mined by its va-uo in use. The farmer
hav:ng tlrs security will bo proud of its
use or the use of other- who may be
w iling to pay him a satisfactory inter
est Ihe banker borrows money from the
Government free of interestand loaus it
at such rato as it use commands in the
market This measure has boon com
pared to a plan adopted in the Argentine
Republic for loans on land, but there is
no analogy between the two and to com
pare tho workings of a measure of that
Kepuhl c of say 5, t)0 J, 0 JO of people to
that of our country with its enlightened
COOO.OOO would be liko comparing the
methods of some Irresponsible banker
to those of the Kothsctiilds. This bill
fixes a standard for the amo'int so long
as money can bo profitably used at more
than 'J percent, per tnnii'ii. Tho ability
of the Government tomako money being
unlimited, tho real wants and neces
sities of the people can be ascertained
and met. The foundation of the whole
matter and tbe real question to be con
sidered is that inasmuch as the Govern
ment reserves the right to issue money
it is its duty, the moans boin provided,
to furnish what is necessary to the pros
perity of tbe people."
BELIEVEO TO BE CRAZY.
A Woman Charged Wttli I'd ton tug- Her
Ioi isvil.IJt, Ky., Dec BO. Mrs. Jessie
Iligbee, whoae borne is near llranden
burg, wan taken into custody last night
for po soning bcr four children. She is
boiieved to bo crazy. She Is the wife of
a well to do farmer and is only 23 years
old. Shu has bad five children and is
soon to Lficomo a mother the sixth time.
October 1 one of tho children sud
denly died; October 31 a second fol
lowed w th symptom of pains In the
neck and lieck and quiver. ng similar
to those f-xhibited by the first; Decern
ber 1 and 15 two more followed in much
the same msnner. Tho second of these
last duaths aroused suspicion and ex
amination showed that the child bad
been given arsenic Tbe poison was ad
ministered upon bread.
f.tMbU.tia One Million.
PnovinjiNnc. H- I., Doc 20 Owen
liros., uonts of tbe Atlantic mills, bave
made an assignment to Charles H. Mer
ry man. i he llabi! lt:es are 61.000,000,
but tho mil 1-t wll continue running ai
usual un icrthnminagementot Stephen
O. Me teal f. 1 ho cause is tbe str ngency
in the money market. The suspension
does not include the Atlantic mills, as
that concern is more than solvent.
Or.ginaliy Owen Itroa control led the
common stock: of the Atlant e mills, but
during the past nine months SI. 200,000
additional capital nas been invested,
fcooo.Ooo of wuich was in tbe nature of
Khorklng Int-ttlssit at an Kznentios.
11 Kit rt iiooKK. Que.. Uec. 1W. Item! La
Montsgne, tbe murde.er of Napoleon
MicbeL. bis brother-in-law. was hanged
In the ail yard at V:27 this morning.
This morning's tragedy was a doub.e
one, for it Involved the death
of Sheriff Webb as welL A
few minutes before 9 o'clock tbe
sher.ff arrived at the jail and was ad
mitted to Jailer Read's private apart
men La. Ten minutes later messengers
were running for Dr. Astin. but hen
be arrived the aped sheriff was dead
Death wasduo to acute heart failure,
induced by excitement.
DUB UN, Dec 2U. At Sligo to-day the
trial of a number of persons charged
with "committing moonlight offenses"
In County Clare ended in a verdict of
guilty. Lai or, tbe leader, was sen
tenced to penal servitude for Ufa. Tbe
other prisoners were sentenced to va
rious terms, rang ng rrom one to twenty
The preliminary examination of the
Hermann boys, charged with killing
Joseph tfrowa during a turkey shoot
ikn KAvtfesvilia. Ma, has resulted ia
Uair baisf held under frt,M0 boa&t
GOLD FROM FARM-LANDS
sVwl.M si' C 4 land of inex-
banstible fertility and well watered,
and at the a&ine time easily worked, b
Ing prepared by nature for the plow, yowx
may reasonably export to find f armln m
profitable occupation and the farmer tst
each a country making more than a bar
living. A griculture in such a country is
like mining simply taking gold from
the soil in the shape of the finer grade
of wheat and other oervals, and it pos
sesses the great advantage over mining'
that the amount of actual wWk neces
sary to make it pay ia comparatively
Upon the great fertile prairies of Weft
era Canada, where millions of acres of
the richest laud in the world are com
prised within the Provinces of Mani
Koba, Asainiboia, Alberta, etc., settlers,
old and new, have simply taken gold
from tbe ground in the shape of msva?
nitieent crops for the season of 1SWO.
Their gold is golden grain, but it
yields as sure returns as any metal eves'
mined. The writer visited farm after
farm in Manitoba the pat season
where the yield of wheat averaged from
SO to 88 bmdicls per acre, aud where
oata yielded frequently 75 buahels pf
aere of choice grain, t'ponone farm of
1,800 acres, tbu crop of wheat and oata
was clobe. to tVO.Ooo bushels, and of this
the first lot of ilO.OOO bushels of wheat
was sold for 84c and &oc per buhheL
Close besldo thi large farm was a am oil
one from which the owner had taken
his first crop. lie had storied with no
capital the year before, yet his crop of
wheat waa l.ooo bushels and the quality
was so good that he got b-c per bushel
for it, one cent a bushel more than hut
wealthy neighbor, which meant just
$8A0 for his first season in wheat alone.
With a climate peculiarly adapted to
grain-growing, and a population repre
senting nearly every nation. Western .
Canada offers to tho settler a mst
favorable chance to succeed among
friends or fellow countrymen of his own.
A 4 old Imv t-'r
A largo block of ici which would
have been worth a Kind's ransom loaf
Auunt lay all day 011 tho Fifth ave
nno pavement in front of tho 'Western
I'nion office. it attracted considerable!
at ten 1 1 on, with t ho uui cursory re
marks, as people tripped over it- . boma
small jokes as well as shins were
cracked over tho iceberg also.
"Not often you so- a piece of ico that
si to left in thu street," waa tho ono pe
"it's a cold dny when ice gota left
tbero, you'll observe," his. companion
rejoined. IMitHhtirijh Di?uatcb;
To Murli lur I mlursnrsi
Amer can Ct s- n ( ndignantly) See
here, madam, 1 want you to sos that
that boy of yours sits down 01100 in
awhile and reuds the papers. 1 won't
have such an ignoramus about the
house. Tho idea of a boy of bis age
asking such idiotic question.
Ci tizeness Why, my dear, what has
be been ailcinj;?
Ct zen Tho joun? numskull wanted
to know if th 'Hon. before a Congress
man's n 11110 nicait honest N. Y
Weekly. l or t'anatv
Primus The postmaster at East Gan
ter has been turned out.
tSceunduH I"or cause?
l'rtmus Yes; bo sent all letters In
mourning envelopes to tho dcad-lottec
! the sd iorr of nianr Uvea maris mtssnsbla
tlirmmli no fuit of ti.-ir owu. Kcrofuls 1 mors
itei-iMltr tlisn in- oilier s hTiliinr 4
snd lor una run-n: flnnnu irom impsrs)
snd iniufflcent b- I, Urn di-.u-i'xi liK-attua Itsalf la
the Ijiul-listic-., wttU-li art c-inipmcil of wblts;
ti"Kiius; tln-r Is s Mrii1 of f-'-ml lifs tasn tfcs
wli.Uo Iwi.ly rnil( 'f mints li-iiH'. snd tbrs
ft.ro I hi untuirn child .- Mtcisllr ssocvptllilc U
thla rtrus'Iful dlnerf.- 11. 1 1 tlttjrt n m n-ruMlr tor
t-r-. fuls. whettiT lifr-lusry or -sequlrvtl. tt Is
HtHHl Ksriiiiiirtlls. taIik-M tj it p..wrful (saS
u'in ttis bin'"). i'i pJ" iu TT tructi f ll dlacsa
siU ifl to thu v li Ml mi tl i ho qua lit j snd Co lur of
bo-ali h. if ou ileciiiu ( inks UooO a bsxsspsrUla
do not scc-wft siif auhatltuts.
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Utoro U siutuiutf 11 ko
Of Pure Cod Ijyer Oil aud
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t 1a aimat m ikalnoi.r as milk. Pai
bstir ih Jiit o(i,-r fwi-cniibU iUuulslona
a Wundttrtul Ilusu rjruUuirs
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fl ihe Impurities causaa av the loacllaa
4 a TORPID LIVES. Ihis astlstaoce
seessary will e fousw im
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ma cares aH dieasa arising fro laiaa
sausas. It PURIFIES THE BLOOD, tanat
a taa arstam.aad rasloras pertaot ttaajta.
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