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pries, anil changed when desired. tics are therefore anperlor .
stop tocb cocon vtrm
Cares Cenghi, Colds, Hoarseness,
Orvsp, Wkosplns; Congo, llronehllli,
Incipient Coninraptlon, and will re
Her ennraptlto patients la ad
raneel tUgef j will core nbencara
Ms. sns rrlleYoln the ffortt cases.
Kee that C. C.C. Is blpnn In OTerr bottle
Mistake bo other. Prloe 25c.
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ReraoTs Corns, Warts & Ilonlons with
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2. WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO.
JAR. a. lll.KNN. J, N It. WIMMKU.
Glenn & Wedding,
t m.i. ti
TV courts of Ohio nnd adjoining rotintlea
aad In Court of Appeals. Hpeclal attention
glran to criminal practice and collrcttona.
"Alio Notary I'ublle for Ohio county.
c. w, mamie. W, T, IIAYWAIID.
Massio & JJayward,
practice llielrprofeMlon In all the
eourtsofOliluaiid adjoining counties
andln CoUrroTATipeiltr. tlfflrir
of public Miliar.
Tameo .A.. Sraltla.,
Attorney : At : Law,
11.1. practice lil P! rofeulon hi Ohio and
w aillolnlhic cou line Hpeclal atleulion
Office noitli aide of public Viuale,
k. p. uurrv. II n. I1IMIO.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
IMIAITU'K III all the eourta of
WILL counly, Court of Appeal, and Hu
rerlor Court, omce, room o.,
F. L. FELIX,
lCOU.N1 Y ATTOItNKVj
''HACTR'K In the courla of Ohio
WILL adjoining count Ira. Prompt
cltrii to nil tnnlheiui entrusted to Ilia
car, omce III ukkai.u uuiiuiug.
J. T. HOWARD,
Attorney at Law
(Offlce In Illll'a Mock, Krrdrlcn HL.)
"tlflLL practice lila profewliin In all the
V Court of Davlexa and adjoining coun.
tie. and lu the Court of Appeal. Hpeclal
given to t'ollectloua.
J. EDWIN ROWE,
COUXSELOB. ind MORNE! AT LAW,
practice kla profession In Ohio and
WILL counties. Hpeclal attention
to Criminal Practice, Settlement ot
(It.b Eatatra and Collection. Prompt
atlaatlen given to all business entrusted ol
j mum ht uw I
IT"II.I. practice lila profeton In all the
TV aoaria i uaTien nnu aiijoiiuug ciuii
rt. aa4 la th Court of Appeal.. Hpeclal
an. anna gnen u collection..
J. B. WILSON,
TJBVETO r i
OBce with Rhoads A Felix, Hartford.
of Tlllea, Plata, and
ABSTKACTrl content of Deeda made.
Drawa all klnda of Writing In relation to
peraoaal and real property. Will alao act aa
at. at for parties who huve Lauda for aale or
Tfiirmopeler balow Freezing
and a Airca norm ot culling aicet which itiUci lb.
lac. bk. a Ihouund necdlei. Wind forty mile, aa
hour. You uy a rata couldn't ittad tuch ex
poturt? No, h coulda't, without uit lh proper
clothing. And ihir.'i only on. outfit that can
kMp a nan both wirm and dry at such a t!m, tad
Ihat la lh "Fl.h Drand Slicker." Ther art
guaranteed .tons-proof, waterproof, and wind-proof,
lutldton. ot them, you ar.aa much out of
tut wtathir at if Indoor Ther art light, but
warn. D.inr ihrou.hout. Iht naer
ripKtnd In. button. are HoraiL
road nan who hu once tried on. would b. without
ll for tea tlmea lla coat. Beware of worthlea. taw
ItaUoni, erery garment atamped with " Fith Brand"
Trade Kark. Don't accept any Inferior coal wbea
you can bar. th. ' Flah Brand Slicker " delirered
without eitra coat FarucaUn and Uluttrated cat-
A. J. TOWIft, Boston, Mast.
Subscribe for the
PERFECT THROUGH SUFFERING.
If Ho Colt yon could hear tlio light,
lint you would not cllnj; to His cuidlDK
If the way wcro always bn'slit:
And you would not caro to walk by faith
Could you always walk by right.
'Tin truo Ho has many an anguish
For your sorrowful henrt to bear,
And many n cruel thorn-crown
For your tired head to wear;
Ho knows how few would reach heaven
If pain did not irtiido them there.
Bo Ho sends you tho blinding darkness,
And the furnnco of seven-fold heat;
'Tis tho only way, bcliovo me,
To keen you cloeo to His feet,
For 'tis always so easy to wandor nut lay
When our lives iiro glad nnd awoet.
Then nesllo your hand inyourFuthcr't,
And sin, If you can, as you ro;
Your sonc may cheer somo ono behind
Whose courage is sinking low,
And well, if your lips do (purer,
Qod will lovoyou better so.
GAMBLER AND GENTLEMAN.
He Calmly Listened to an Insult for the
Sake of Sentiment.
(New York Tribune
"lama believer," said the colonel,
tilting his chair and resting his perfectly
olished boots on one of its mugs,
"in man's natural goodness. J had tho
pleasum onco of knowing an honest
gambler. I liked him, too, for he was mado at tho end of each year and
gentleman. Tho days of this class of turnablo in January to tho Department
gamblers are pant, however, nnd to-day of Agriculture have been consolidated,
they seem to be a acurvy lot. Thcro appears to have been littlo
"Moore, whou I knew him, was a change in numbers, oicept on tho Pa-Mississippi
river gambler. Ho traveled, o COaat and in certain iiortions of tho
in fact lived.ou tho big river steamboats. Itocky mountain area, where tho winter
He never attempted to conceal tho ' 1889-00 was unusually severe. Loss-truth
about himself. It was simply cs wero especially heavy on tho Pacific
'Oeiitlemen. lama lumlilnr bv slope. Tho number of milch cows is
pation, and a good ono. If you caro to
havemoiilav with vou it will nivo mo
great pleasure. If you don't,- it doesn,t
make a particle of differenco."
"I got to know Mooro very well, and
I soon discovered that when playing
with the average mau, luck being equal,
he would win ninety-nine limes out of
n hundred. I never touched cards, but
I used to liko his society. He was a creased tho aggrogato. Tho aggregate
wonderfnlly entertaining talker. On of numbers of swino is CO.C'i1!, 100, show-summer
nights tho steward used to ing a decreaso of nearly two per cent.
serve dinner on deck for those who pre-
fsrred to have it there. After dinner
wo would go up to the hurricane deck,
and w lion Mooro was on board hs would
bring out his fluto and play for us.
When the moon was out, and throw a
thin blue veil over the water, or when
the boat carrying tho passengers swept
no close to the shore that it brushed the
dark willows on tho bank, tho rising other complaints of tho urinary organs
and falling notes that camo from his are not ordinarily cured in severe cases,
instrument woro gentlo musio to the but Uioy may be averted by timoly med-
A useful stimulant of tho
... t n'r trn.. !..', ir. . icattou.
ear. I never knew htm to ......-
, roiose a
nMy Kiana8 bas over been found in Hos-
gamo at cards. He would play thero tetter's Stomach Bitters, a mediciuo
until some ono suggested a gamo, when which not only adonis the requisite
he would take his instrument apart and stimulus when they become inactive,
put it away in an indifferent manner." !ir&&A3w
cool when insulted. the kidneys and bladder, this medicino
"I watched him at play ono night, has the additional effect of expelling
when Satan seemed to throw every card from the blood impurities which it is
the office of thoso to
to this calm, if .. i There peculiar organs
man. eIiro'inllt, 8ml pa8S offi The jitters ,
was a cool, matter-of-fact way about algo a purifler nnd strongthener of tho
him which froze the ardor of ever' one bowels, an invigorant of tho stomach,
and o matchless romedv for biliousness
else oicept a young man about
and fever and It counteracts a
a i i mi i i -ii ague.
flvo years old. This player was in ill tendency to premature decay, and
but with Hushed fare and feverish tains and comforts the aged and
he made his lists furiously, only to 'eb
loso. every timo. It soon became
dent that ho was plaj'ing beyond his
moans. Moore must havo noticed it.
for h peaaod In bet lieavilv eirain.t tlin
younger man. This angered the other.
"There was a pot of 3300 once, and I
every one had dropped out except
Moore and the young man. Moore had
i ..i..!.... i.r. i t in i....i
uc" '"" "'- " """" " wuu""'
automaton, passionless, but suro. No
man except his opponent, perhaps,
could doubt that ho hold tho winning
hand. Suddenly, when his rival bet
Moore laid down his hand, saying,
'I won't bet. I havo nothing. You
played that well.'
"The youug man reached out fever
ishly for tho pilo of money, and then
his hand lav on the tabic '
"that is not true,' ho said, lou
hav.o a good hand and you aro afraid to
play it against me.'
"Moore shot a hot glance across the
table at him and two red spots flashed
into his Cheeks.
" 'I lay down my hand.' he said
but with a slight tremor in his voice.
-'And I say,' added the other in a
low tono, 'that you aro a gambler, and
therefore a coward,'
" 'Hush,' I said, laying my hand on
the young man's sleeve. 'You don't
know what you arn saying. He is not a
coward by any manner of means.'
The young man shook oft my hand
" ' Ho is a coward,' ho repeated, 'and
I will answer for my words at tho first
A OAMr.I.SIt's MBMOItr.
"I looked at Mooro. I had seen him
sit on tho hurrioane deck, a revolver in '
hand, and, as awaiter threw champagne
bottlea over tho rail, raise his arm
swiftly and shatter the falling glass
with a bullet. Thero were graver
ries. too. by far. about his deadly aim in
duels. lie sat stiff and motionless with
a terriblofire in his eyes. I was amazed
by next his words.
" 'Does the game go on?" he asked,
'Vnt ..tti. ni I o.l.l . 1,a imnnn
1WW TT..M JV, MW .UMUq
man, bending forward, tho veins of his It Is pleiuuiul and ugreeable to taaie, perfect-.!..
1 .n:.. ivri ..:i t ..., ly a.ife,and can nlwnya be drrended upon,
forehead swellin;. 'Not until I prove ,tllli bottlea free nt Z. Wayne Orltnu AlW
that you are afraid to bet,' and with a
sudden motion ho thrust his hand
across the table and, seizing Moore's
hand, turned tho cards faco upward on
him. Four aces lay thcro an
hand, for straights wero not played.
Thero was a blue tinge on Moore's
white lips and tho young man looked
bewildered. Tho young fellow burst
" 'Wo can't play together any more,'
he cried. 'You throw money into my
pocket because I was loosing too much.
I can't tako it,' ho said, rising from his
1 " 'You can,' said tho gambler in an
even voice. 'I laid down my hand.
The money is yours. Resides,' he add
ed with a littlo shiver, 'I hold out an
ace on you.'
I "Every man at the table knew that
Moore had lied. We all got up and
loft tho young man sitting thero before
his money. I found Mooro shortly af
terward on deck, looking into the
"'Give mo your hand,' I said.
'What in tho world did you mean?
You never cheated at cards in your life.'
" 'Tut, tut,' ho answered with a little
laugh that was slightly harsh, 'he is only
a boy and I loved his mother once.' "
Tue Number we Have of These Useful
Wabihnotox, Feb. 11. The estimates
of numbers and values of farm animals,
10,010,501, an increase of 00,709 from
last year. Other cattle aggregate 3u
- 8:fltM - including - thosQ - on juneLes.
Ihe estimated number of sheep is 43,-
A tendency to increase in number is
seen in most of tho Stales, though the
heavy losseB from the tsevere winter of
last year on the Paciflo slop have de-
Tho overage value is St.!.1!, a decreaso
of fifty-seven cents per head. The
scarcity of corn caused a slaughter of
stock hogs in )oor condition, tending
to glut tho market and rcduco tho price
Disorders Which Affect the Kidneys
Are among the moat formidable known.
T) in lint net Tlllita 1 iiajtati frrnrAl nml
Act, at once, never fall., I)e Wltfa Cough
and Consumption Cure. A remedy for Aetli
m, and that feverlah condition which ac
eoinpanlo. a aevere cold. Z. Wayne Orimn
There's Nothing: Cheap About It,
Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy
Pr iiueumatum is put up in largo pot-
ties, anu tue price is nve dollars a bor
ties. It cures every time. All the
cbean remedies put together are not
worth one bottle of Dr. Drummond's
Lightning Remedy, and any Bufferer
will bear witness to that fact, and any
druggist who has Bold it is ready and
willing to oner evidence. Une bottle
will cure any ordinary caso, and tbo
mouev will be returned if it fails. Sent
to any address prepaid on receipt of
prico. UrumtuoiHl Medicine Uo.,
Maiden Lane, Ner York, 7 2t
We aell more of DeWltfa Little Early HI.-
,,., , pl. le, action la eaay,
ao not grpe or cause pain, are the beat
Intor of the Liver, Htomucli and Bowels,
Hold by 55. Wtynerlfflnd llro. 7yl
fllm r.ll nn vv, nrv in n
avuw" .waa wu j v Jtvj himu w
Daughtor "Yes, father."
do you think his
Daughter "It looks to me as if he
intended to wear that dress suit out."
ITaao Baby na aaak, we save bar Oartatla,
WVn aha waa a CM4, aha arlat for Caatarla,
Wnea aha kinase Viae, she alaag to Caatostja,
WW aha hiAClUno, aha gar. than CnaWrie,
WIIOOWKU couoil .nd
cliltla Immediately relieved by Uhlloh'a
t.ur8i j by Jt yotli, u iy
A safk invkstmknt
oat which Is guaranteed to bring you
aattifnctory results, or In case of failure a return
of purchase price. On this safe plan
you can buy from our advertised druggist a
bottle of Dr. Klng'a New Discovery for Consumption.
It la guaranteed to bring relief
In every case, when lined for any affection of
Throat, I.uuga or Chest, audi aa Consumption,
Inllniiimntlon of Lours, Ilronchllla,
.,..- Ul.nnnln fVt..r.t. IWll. mil. .1.
CATAItUII CUItKI), health and aweet
breath aecured, by Hlilloh's Catarrh Hemedy.
Price 60 centa. Nasal Injector free. Hold by
J. W. Ford, Hartford Ky. 43 ly
I tj. a rn... - - T,l--l lit
I feet at that instant to
was on my
too,H and ono fiol of wood toolg Cal,
arrest Moore' right arm, for I felt that aj Hkiiald Office. 15 tf
he would draw his revolver at the in- -
De Wm'" LlltU Early nl"e"! only plU ,0'
anil But hush fell ilioae around
suit. JJut nnuui leftover tiioee arounu
clltonle Con,tlpaUoUi indigestion,
table and tho hot-headed youugman ,la, Noueaogood. Hold by Z. Wayne
gazing stupidly at tho cards before nn A llro. 47 ly
PATTISON'S PEOMPT VETO.
Pennsylvania's Democratlo Governor
Talks Sense to the Force Bill
Howlers in the Legislature.
The following is the full text of Gov
ernor Pattison's veto of the Force bill
COMMONWKAT.TII OP PENNSYLVANIA,"
Executive Department, Offick I
OF THE GoVERNOn,
IlAnrtiBnuito, Feb. 2, 1891. J
Totiie Senate of TriECoHMONWKALTn
of Pennsylvania. Gentlemen: I
horewith return, without my approval,
the concurront resolution of tho Senate,
adopted January S9, 1891, ns follows,
"Kesolved, That our United 8tats
Senators be earnestly requested to use
every honorablo effort to securo tho
passago of tho Federal Election bill."
Tho 20th section of Article III of tho
constitution of the Commonwealth of Railway Service, to a reporter of tho
Pennsylvania provides that "overy or-) Utica Herald, "and was one day stand-der,
resolution, or vote, to which the ing in the Union depot watching for a
concurrence of both houses may be suspected party, when n train came in
cssary (except on the question of ad-'well filled with passongors. Among
journment) shall be presented to the those who alighted was a wealthy
and, before it shall tako tlaman from the Paciflo coast,
feet, be approved by him, or, being "Just as he stepped on the platform a
approved, shall be repassed by two- handsomo young woman, apparently
thirds of both houses, according to the about twenty years of age, rushed into
rules and limitations proscribed in caso his arms, saying: 'Oh, papa, papa, I'm
of a bill." so glad you've come,' and with that she
This section is the only warrant for began to shower tho bewildered
presentation to me of the resolution . fornian with kisses. Then she gave a
herewith returned. short, frightened scream, rushedthrough
In the absence of any moro definite the crowd, entered a hack and was disinformation
than is contained in tho . en away. We all supposed it was a caso
terms of tho resolution, I assume that of mistaken identity,
the measure it is intendeded to favor is I "Ho came to me and the railway
bill now pending in the United fleer, who were talking about somo bus-
SUtes Senato to amend and supplement
the election laws of tho United States
popularly known as the "Forco bill." I
am not willing to give my assent to any
declaration in aupKrt of that measure; ed to tbo botel, and ho. look-his sinile,
for "it trenches on the principle the officer nnd myself took a
cal sovereignty," which is the essence cigar. When the Westerner came to
of our frco Government, pay for the wine and cigars he discover-
In the contemplation of the wise men ed that his pocket-book and $200 were
who mado the Federal Constitution, it J gone.
was both impliedly and expressly "Further search developed the fact
served to "tho people of the several that his fine gold watch and diamond
States" to choose their Representatives shirt stud were also missing. The Cali-in
Congress; and their Legislatures are fornian could not imagine where or
entirely competent to "prescribe the when the things had been taken. I ex-times,
places and manner of holding amined his shirt front and discovered
elections" for such Representatives, teeth marks where tho diamond stud
Thero is neither public necessity nor had been. There was no doubt but
popular demand for legislation which that the handsome girl who had given
seeks to invado this right of the people him such an affectionate embraco had
and to transfer the aoice of their Rep- done tho work. The Californian was
resentatives from Ltato to Federal mad, and called tho policeman a stupid
ulation. Tho proposition to invest the ' dolt. After telling him that I was a
executive and judicial branches of tho detective, he asked me to take charge
Federal Government w'ith the power to ot tue cflse oni1 flnd tho girl, and ho
appoint ogonts to control the election ' would pay me for services and all ex-
of tho legislation branch is a most per-.
nicious and dangerous one.
The device to this end, which this resolution
approves, involves the expenditure
of many millions of dollars and
the creation of enormous official na-
tronago; it provides for canvassers
ored at remote distances from tho
Hon districts in whioh their powers are
to bo exercised; it degrades the judiciary
by making it a political appliance to
perpetuate the power which appointed
it; it affects tho State jurisdiction over .end he answered the telegram in person,
elections for State, county and districts, "The woman gave him all the
authorizing Federal supervisors to der, and then she told him her story of
rejoct votes at such elections which, in misfortune. He was much impressed
their judgment, may be wholly or in
part defective; and it invites and pro-
yokes a collision of State and Federal
authority. As cumbersome, inquisitor-
lal, nn.i expensive .0 it is :. unnecessary
and unconstitutional, suoh a plaa will
not tend to securo freo and
ed suffrage. !
On the contrary, it will destroy tho
purity and disturb the tranquility of
elections; it will awaken soctional
cord, breed distrust, and endanger bus-
iness .in. moral, mate-
rial and olitical considerations alike
demand that suoh a measure should be
reprobated and not encouraged. Con-
vened as the General Assembly of
Pennsylvania is, to consider matters of
State concern and to jealously protect
the rights 01 its citizens, 1 can see no
virtue in the npproval of a measure
which would yield to Fedoral interference
and supervision what fairly belongs
to the people of tho States, and
what is constitutionally guaranteed to
I believe that an overwhelming ma
jority, not only of the people of the
country, but of our own Commonwealth,
are heartily opposed to the features of
this bill. It is of no consequence in this
view what pledge has been mado by any
particular political faotion, inasmuch as
Ha foremost exponent has denied that it
is a partisan that man
measuro, or any
... . .
., . , ..
supporting it is aotuated by a partisan
Measured as a question of general
publio concern, there is noither justifi
cation in the origin of the bill nor any
wholesome effect to be scoured by its
passage Nor has it gained in popular
confidence in the attempt to enact it by
suppressing that freedom of debate
which Is so supremely important to
"the perfection of legislation, the dig-
nity of the Senate and to civil liberty
I cannot, therefore, -.,,.:iii or
conscientiously loin in a reouest to the
Senators ot Pennsylvania to favor suoh
Robert E. Pattison.
Rough on the Young: Couple.
(New York Times.
The desiro of young married peojile
to prevont the traveling publio from ascertaining
that they aro on their bridal
tour was sadly thwarted in thu case of
a young couplo who recently came to
this eity to spend their honeymoon.
They were married in n small town in
Connecticut and started on their honeymoon
on a" special train that also car- ,
ried a large number of tho wedding
guests of tho nearest city. No sooner
had the train left tho station than hugo
placards wcro noticed on the windows
near which the happy couplo sat. They
lead: "Jutt married," "Just married."
The travelers had a good laugh, in
which oven tho brido and groom felt
obliged to join. They did not laugh,
however, whon they reached their hotel
in tho city, as their trunks wero
brought to their rooms with printed
placards, "Just married," "Just married,"
pasted all ovor thom.
MISTOOK HIM FOR PAPA.
The Clever Ruse by Which a Girl Robbed
a Rich Californian.
"'During Septembor, 1889, 1 was em
ployed on a confidential case in St.
Paul, Minn.," said Detectivo Ainge, of
the Now York, Ontario i Western
iness, and said it was a good joke, and
he guessed wo had better take
thing on the strength of it, as the kisses
wero worth considerable. We proceed-
"After placing mj special agent on
the case I was then engaged with, I proceeded
to Minneapolis, where I located
the woman at ono of the hotels. She
had registered from Milwaukee. Whon
I arrested her she told mo'her history,
She had been a member of a wealthy
family in Colorado. I told her that if
she would return tho money, watch and
diamond stud the Californian would
likely not prosecute her. I wired him
by the recital, and I saw him with her
at the theater about a week afterward."
II ,is sometimes said patent medicines
are for the ignorant. Tho doctors
terth.Mea: "The people," we're told,
"are mostly ignoAnt when it comes to
medical science." Supposo they are!
wuat a s'ck man needs in not knowlodgo,
but a euro, and the medicino that cures
is the medicine for tho sick. Dr. Piorce's
Golden Medical Discovery cures tho
"do believes" and the "don't believes."
Thorp's no hesitance about it, no "if"
nor possibly." It says: "I can euro
yo,,( oniy j0 ag j. direct." Perhaps it
fails occasionally. The makors hear of
it whon it does, because they never keep
ZgZdT sTpso thctors wanton"
that principle. (We bog tho doctors'
pardon. It wouldn't doi)
Choking snoczinir and overv other
form of catarrh in tho head, is radically
cured by Dr.' Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Fifty cents. Sold by druggists everywhere.
WILL YOU Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Hhllnh'a Vltallcer Is guaranteed
to cure you. Hold by J. W. Ford. 42yl
We desire to Bay to our citizens that for
years e have been selling Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New
Life I'llls, llucklen'a Arnica Halve and Elec-trio
Hitters, and have never handled remedies
that aell us well, or Hint have given
such unlversulautlsfuctlon. We do not lies.
jatlsractory resulta do not follow their use.
These remedies have won their great popu
urlty purely on their merits.
k. waynk uittrriN ot uro., uruggisie.
THAT UACKINQ COUOn can be ao
quickly cured by Hlilloh's Cure, We guar-
antes it Bold by J. W. Kord. 42 ly
vn ... in - vir
Bt we wjii cure you yo wjti pay UB.
Our messago is to the weak, nervous and
debilitated, who, by early evil habits,
or later indiscretions, havo trilled away
ftnd who snlTnr all those effects which
lead to premature decay, consumption
or insanity. If this means you, send for
anil reau our ijook of Liifb, written uy
hQ s Wht of lh'0 dnyi Bnfi
mni rwMi in, it imiii In akmm. Ail.
dress Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgi
cal Institute, 1S1 North Sjiruce Street,
aasnviue. xenn. o4yi
Constipation poisons the blood; De Witt's
Little Early Hlsera cure Constipation. The
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HILL AND THE PRESIDENCY.
Why New York's Governor Took the
Seat in the Senate.
i.i:tti:h fkom hattiikson to hill.
The following private letter from the
Courier-Journal editor to Gov. Hill has
just been given to tho public:
Courier-Journal Office, Louis-)
ville, Kr., Nov. 21, 1890. )
"Mr Dear Sir: I tako leave to ad
dress you this letter as one of somo millions
of Democrats who have nover
sought ofllco and who could not bo induced
to do so; but aro deeply concerned
in tho party welfaro, and who
to hold the key to It. Outside
ot the State of New York, there is a
well nigh nnanimous demand among
the rnnk and file of Democrats for tho
nomination of Mr. Cleveland. This is
too strong for the party leaders and
managers to resist. I think I havo
somo influence in Kentucky. But on
that point I should be overwhelmed in
a State convention. If you should
como to a National convention with a
New York delegation solid against it,
you would be overwhelmed. You are
powerless to prevent It. But you can
defeat the election of the ticket.
"There aro Democrats in every part
of the Union who believe that you did
this in 1888. I know that to be false.
I know exactly what happened, and I
havo steadily defended you in publio
and in private. But it will cling to you
as long as you live, even as the bargain,
intrigue and corruption story clung to
Clay and will meet you in every National
Convention, if it be not dissipated
by somo act on your part great
enough to blot it out. In default of
this, if yon have any hope of tho Presidency
it will defeat that.
My judgment is clear that, if yon
could reconcile it with your judgment
and feeling tomako
land, and to take a delegation to tho
National Convention in 1892 to put him
in nomination, you will save the party
and placo yourself upon an elovatiun
you can never attain if you fail to do it.
You would be received by tho country
with enthusiasm; be accepted at once
as a Warwick, and I do not see how you
could bo kept out of tho succession.
On tho other hand, even if you succeeded
in defeating the nomination of Mr.
Cleveland, you will stand upon sinister
and dangerous ground, with a stormy
future before you.
These are plain words, and I have no
relations with you which give me
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
In a Literary "Way, will bo tho,
publication ot rt series of I
From tho Pens of Popular
AVriters, nnd all of them
By the Best Artists.
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B7 II. S. KNEEDU3R.
A Mountain Dream
BY JOSEPHINE A. BOWEN.
The White Colonel
B7 ALFRED BALOB.
f Riueniiouse Ghiok,
BY JNO. QILMER SPEED.
The Supernatural Supper,
BY MARVIN R. CLARK.
Do fLor miss
the right to offer yon counsels. They
may be disagroeable words, and ,1 have
no desire to obtrudo upon your privacy;
but they are true words, and I claim
the right of a Democrat, who has some
knowlodgo of the country at large and
has given some proof of intelligent devotion
to tho party interest, to ignore
ceromony and to sond them to yon.
"In conclusion, let me Boy that I
shall, in any event, be glad to knowyon
better, and that, moanwhilo, I am, most
sincerely, your friend,
"The Hon. David B. Hill."
A Felon Cure.
An old sufferer from felons thus tells
how to get rid of them: "I was engaged
in marking iron with white lead
and turpentine, and having a folon
coming on my finger, dipped it frequently
into the mixture. As tho iron
was quito warm which I was marking at
the time, I found the next morning that
thero was a small yellow spot where I
felt the felon. I opened this, and had
no moro trouble from it. Tho next
timo I felt ono coming, I proenrod somo
turpentine and bathed tho part affected
frequently and held it near a warm
to dry, with tho same result as at
first. Since then I have used it several
times, always with the samo results.
A trial will convince the most skeptical
that'O. O. C. Certain Cough Cure"
is what its name implies, a "Certain"
euro. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin &
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A Missouri poet uncorks in the following
style: " 'Twas out in tho gloaming,
way up in Wyoming, a maiden sat
combing her hair; when heated with
roaming, all panting and foaming, there
came up and hugged her a grizzly boar.
It didn't affright her, tho bear didn't
bite her; she lay back and murmured,
Still tighter, dear!' This broke 'up old
back to the mountains and hid for a
Tommy "Did you do much fighting
during tho war, pa?"
Pa "I did my share of it, Tommy."
Tommy "Did you make tho enemy
Pa-"You're right I did, Tommy."
Tommy "Did they ketch you, pa?"
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U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
ft mfk ,'
BY MRS. W. H. PALMER.
The Mate to My Cameo,
BY F. A. MITCHEL.
Thcso Stories arc, with ono exception,
Original and Copyrighted !
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OtfE op THEQ.
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