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IDNISBIIKUUI Ul IMMI
CHAS. M. MEAOHAM.
DBSOBITtlOI i l TEAR 1H ADVAXOB
iinclccnrrl n each Insertion. Hate
Oflct 18 aoi SO Khtfa Btrt.
TUESDAY. yOYEPEK 8, - - 1892.
Stamp 2C Mew-
of New York.
For Vico Prosldcnt,
of Illinois. IvV
of Daviess county.
For Circuit Judgo
JNO. It. GRACE,
For Commonwcnlth'a Attornoj,
MATT S. MAJOR.
At largo W. It. Kinney.
At largo Claude M. Thomas.
First district Chas. K. "Wheeler.
Second district Word Hoadloy.
Third district J. B. Jtichardson.
Fourth districtW. T. Hoywnrd
Filth district Jno. B. Boskin.
Sixth district Jno. T. Hodge
Seventh district J. A. Scott,
Eight district J. M. Jlathtvoll.
Ninth districtW. G. Doaring.
Tenth district J. C." Lykins.
Eleventh district N. 13. Hays.
"Wo donounco the McKinloy tariff
law enacted by tho Con-gross
as the culminating atrocity of
eloss legislation j wo denounco Republican
protection as n fraud, a
robbery of tho groat majority of tho
American people for tho banofit of tho
few Wo doclaro it to bo a fundamental
principlo of tho Democratic
parly thot tho Federal Government
has no constitutional powor to
enforce and collect tariff duties oxcept
for tho purposo of revtnuo only, and
domand that tho collection of such
taxes shall bo limited to tho necessities
of the government, honestly and economically
To Democratic Voters,
A matter of tho very greatest importance
to Democratic voters is to
remember that tho polls closo at 4
o'clock Nov. 8. Nobody can voto after
this hour and ovory Democrat
should mako bis nrrangements to got
to tho polls and cast his voto bofore
Tho Popo ia very ill.
Up guards, and at 'em.
Boys wo'vo got 'cm ou tho ran.
Stamp undor tho rooster's foot and
opposito Warfiold'a namo.
Tho oil important day has arrived.
Domocrats, do your duty liko patriots.
Keep your car closo to tho ground.
Now York will baio some noa for
the country to-night.
Democrats of Christian county, do
your duty and victory is certain. Let's
tako no backward Btops,
Listen to tho click of tho wiro tonight,
when tho Iudlana voto Is counted.
It will bo musio to Domocrotio
If money talks Clovolandisa Buro
winnor. Ills backers nro giving heavy
odds on tho two privotal atatos, Now
-York and Indiana.
Miss Desha Breckcnbrldgo, daughter
of Congressman W. 0.1.
w as oxaminod Saturday for a
Heonso to practico law.
If you don't know how to stamp
nud fold your Jbaliot, getsomo good
Democrat to instruct you boforoyou
try to voto. Don't run tho risk of
losing your voto.
l'reaidout Harrison issued n proclamation
last week sotting opart Thursday
Nov. 21th as a day for thanksgiv
ing. It was a w iso step to Ihauo it be
fore tho oloctlon. llo win looi imguij
littlo like giving thanks after tonight.
Democrats aro pinnlug their faith
to tho Solid South IK), Michigan 0,
Now York 30, Indiana 15, Connecticut
6 OHd WtscouBiu 12. They can win
without tho lust two Btatos.but thoy
protxwe tacauy thorn tog, to coor
Walter Warflold should recoivo tho
united support of all good cIUzoub
who aro opposed to tho forco bill aud
-unjust taxation. No Domocrat Bhould
fail to'oto 0Hlust tho Itopublican
oandldato to-day. Ho bolonga to a
ri flintdosorvcs dofoat, u party
that la unworthy of public trust and
rii nmnoeruta nrosont n capital
jiWwt to-day fluduo Democrat should
frf voto It from ond to oud. In
C6t.,'Elll, In Judgo Grace, In Mr.
IU MBt wujor nu
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STEALEY S LAST ESTIMATE,
Complacont Confidence In Cloveland't
OETTINQ 10 TO 0 IN HI8 FAVOR,
New York, Nov, B. Horo ia tho ex
act outlook in the doubtful States on
tho last day of the campaign: Tho
Democratic Stato nionogorn claim this
State by 20,000 majority. Tho peoplo
who risk thoir monoy on oloctlons
agreo with thoiu, for tho odds on
Cleveland grow day by day. Uho
Domocrotio National Committee has
placed Now York In tho "safe" column
rind has no anxioty about It.
This a what thoy oxpocti 75,000 majority
for Cloveland in Now York city)
20,000 In Kings county and 5,000 in
other counties south of tho Harlem.
This majority Is expected toovercomo
by 20,000 or moro tho majority which
the 7:eptibl!cans will got in tho State.
Tho ostimato givon is tho moat
mado. Gov. Flower thlnkB
Cloveland will havo moro than 50,000
majority in tho State and Richard
Crokor figures out 75,000.
Chairman Hackott, of tho Republican
Stnto Exocutlvo Committeo, says
that Harrison will win in this Stato by
Tb.3 condition of affairs in Indiana
lmi bton described frequently in theso
dispatches. Tlioro is a normal Democratic
majority thoro of from 8,000
to 10,000, and tho question to be decided
next Tuosday is whethorthis
can bo ovorcomo by 5000,000 or $700,-000
of Republican monoy. Argumont
has boon abandonod by tho Republicans
in Indiana for moro than a week.
It is now a fight of boodlo against
Th Republicans novor did havo
any Lspo of carrying Now Jorsey,but
thov claim it anyhow. From all in
dicnt jus to-day it seems that the
Stato will givo its doctoral voto to Mr.
Clev- -and by 8,000 majority, and that
Judpi Worta will be elected Governor.
Che Democratic manager aro as
euro of. Now Jersoy as of Kentucky.
Ruporta from Connecticut indicate
that it is safo for tho Democratic ticket,
although tho majority is not ex-petted
to go beyond tho hundrods.
Sovou hundred is now tho figure generally
counted ou Tho light is still
going ou briskly in tho littlo Stato.
Wiseousiu is expected to givo Cleveland
from 5,000 to 10,000 majority and
Groat hopes of Illinois woro entertained
by tho Democrats but it is not
counted ou by tho Democratic managers.
North Dakota and Montana
nro conceded possibilities, and hopes
have not yot been abandonod that
Iowa may tako tho notion to go Democratic
a third timo.
Tliu outlook has not changed in tho
last few days. Tho Democratio managers
placo thoir first reliance on this
combination to elect Mr. Cleveland:
New York, 86; New Jersey, 10; Connecticut,
C; Michigau 6; Indiana, 15;
SoutWu States, 159; total. 232. Thia
is nhie moro than is necessary for
elector.; bo it will bo eoen that
can be spared, and oven then
it doc not matter if tho Domocrats
lose t jreo districts in Michigan out of
six tLoy count ou. Another combination
which Chairman Hnrrity figurs3
on in tho event of tho loss of Indiana,
is as follows: Southorn States, 150;
Now York, SO; Now Jersoy, 10; Connecticut,
0; Michigan, 0; Wisconsin,
12; total, 229. This combination also
allows for tho possible loss of Con
necticut, or tho loss of 6ome of tha
Michigan voto if Connecticut is car
Tho combination most In favor at
tho Western branch headquarters of
the Democratio National Committeo
of Hub Stato is thist Southorn States,
159; York, 36; Now Jorsoy, 10;
Connecticut, C; Michigau, 0; Illinois,
21; Wisconsin, 12; Indiana, 15; total,
208. But then, tho Chicago Demo-
crate nro bo proud of their branch
hoadqunitors that they aro inclined to
flguro higher than tho consorvativo
men who dlroct affairs at 189 Fifth
avenue. They nro claiming not only
tho States mentioned, but also Montana
nnd ono of tho Dokotaa, and
hae oy no meansgivon up Iowa. Tho
best ilnn of the DomocratH is to pin
their faith to tho first comblcation,
ew York, New Jersoy, Indiana,
tho South, and what thoy may got in
To day there was a llood of Clove-
laud money, but aono of it could bo
placed ovon, aud tho Harrison con
tingent wero my quiet whenever
money was mentioned. Odds of I10O
to SIX) woro offered oontlnually on
Cloilaud without finding takors. Ono
of the largest commission housos in
Chicago wired thoir Now York cor
respondents to placo any amouut
of memoy up to $100,000 on Clovo
land ovou for thorn, but none of
It could bo placed. Tho Bamo firm
exprufeod a willingness, to wogor that
Clexeland would carry tho Stato of
Tho Democratic businosa mon oftor
their parado to-day thronged tho
Hoffman IIoubo, thoFjfth Avouuo
and nil tho leading hotols.nud offered
(LuuH'indu of dollars 100 to 00 on
Clou mnd, but found fow takers. It
is noi.rly impossible to got a but ou
the btato. James 11. Dungan hot
Frauk Lord f 1000 to $100 ou Now
York for Clnolnnd. Frauk Smith, a
a uroduco doolor, bet $1000 to $800
that Clotoloud would carry Now
York, New Jorsoy, Ind!onaud Con
necticut. This ia tho gamoat wagor
yot tuido ou tho Domocrotio side.
Thof. W. Harper Is tho finest
ll&TOipd whiskoy on earth,
Uwd Iu moderation, It la a suro spool
flJ foe indigostlon, for gonem!
An ogreod caeo woa submitted In
tho Franklin Circuit Court Saturday
and Judgo Montford ordered Audi
tor Norman to pay tho draft of tho
World's Fair Commission. Ho
that tho Auditor had no authority
to pass upon tho constitutionality
of laws, and that ho Incurred no risk
In paying drafts mado on him undor
authority of law. Norman la still
bull-headed and has takon an appeal.
Weaver's plan, If ho should carry
enough stales to hold tho balauco of
power in the electoral col lego, would
bo to "fuse" with Harrison and get in
as Vico Prosldont. Ho could throw A
his votes to Harrison for first placo
aud in retuin got Hnrrison's votes for
second placo nud In this way koop tho
olectlon out of Congress. It is Raid
ho let a citizen of thia county Into this
nlco littlo scheme, during his visit
Tho campaign that is brought to a
closo to day has boon in many respeota
an unusual contest. Tlioro has boou
until a fow days ago an absonoo of
tho customary fuss and oxcitemont
For otfco in the history of tho country
the fovor of a presidential campaign
has not affected tho business of tho
country. This is probably duo to tho
fact that both candidates havo boou
President and both havo tho confidence
of the countiy. Tho campaign
has boon n thoughtful ono aud tho
pooplo will today voto their sentiments
with n calm doliboration that
ought to enable tho right results to
bo obtained. Wo beliovo a great victory
is in Btoro for tho Domocraoy all
along tho lino.
Tho Republicans hove proparod to
givo many of tho larger cities a tasto
of tho force bill. In Now York City eov
oral thousand deputy marshals woro
sworn in to tako chargo of tho polls,
but Now York has a Governor who
understands his business.
Wo offor One Hundred Dollars Rowan!
for any case of Catarrh that can
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
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Wo, the undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions aud financially
able to cany out any obligations mado
by thoir firm.
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Toledo, O., Wnldiog, Klnnau & Marvin,
wholesale druggist, Toledo, Ohio.
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acting directly upon the blood
and mucoua surfaces of tho system.
Price 75c per bottlo Sold by all
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The November number of Romance
is n typical American one. Hero are
grouped together characteristic stories
by Nathaniel Hawthorno, Edgar Allan
roe, Mary Hartwell Catbonvood, Hon-
ry S. Brooks, Sherwood Bonner, Mary
E. Wilklns and Harriot Proscolt
Spofford tho last of whom contrib
utes a thrilling Thanksgiving story.
Tho East, tho West, the North and
the South' are alike represented in
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narratives nmougwhicharo half-a
dozon uncommonly strong original
ones, by Vlolotlo Hall, Granvillo
Slmrpo, W. Thomson, R. L. Kotchum
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of different natioiis which nro proving
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of 1 10,000 copies a week. It is
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fully up lo tho timos In oiory particular,
uud hundsomoly Illustrated.
There Is a Fashion Department, and
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Scribuer's Mogaeino for November
contains tho second 6f its group of
preliminary articles on "Tho World's
Fair," this ono being an account of
"Chicago's part in tho World's Fair,"
by Frauklin MoVeagb, ono of tho
promlnont citizous of Chicago, who
v rites obout tho outorprlse without
any bias, frankly stating that ho
"has no eonuoction with tho World's
Fair management." His account of
what Chicago has accomplished Is a
woudorful rocdrtt of enterprise and
successful achlovoin'ent. llo shows
. .. .. . , . i
liow that city lias snouiuerou respou
sibilltioH which belonged lo tho Uul
ted States Govorument Commission;
how sho has supplied olovou million
dollars lustoad of tho five, that ft nos
exnectod she would fmnlshi how
eho has arauuod n slto for tho fair
which in extent, nltuatlou, plan, aud
adornment oiccoda anything over
foro attempted and that eho bos provided
buildings equally remarkable
iu sizo, varloty, and urtistlo value. Mr.
MoVesgh then points out how Chicago
will adequately meet tho question
of transporting peoplo to ond from
tho fair grounds! how It will comfort
abWlodgo any numbr of visitor
4 V.y'll fcV rl.Vi
Tho Now York Horald a wook' ngo
mado tho announcement that it
would on Nor. G print tho picture of
the nott Presldont. On Saturday It
Bald: "Tho Herald is supporting
noithor caudidato for tho Presidency.
Thoroforo Its oxhaustlvo summary of
tho political nituatioa throughout tho
ontiro country which will bo publisTP
od Iu to-morrow's Sunday Herald will
boontirely unblassod and reliable"
In Sunday's paper tho promised picture
appeared and it was that of G rover
RnmnmiT or What lli Old Kgrptlana
ICnatr About I lie Stan.
Wo And Iu tho tnble at tha Rainev
Minn illstlnct references to tho bull,
tho lion ami tho tcorplon, nml It la nho
clearly lmllcutcd that at that llmo the
star Slrins rose hollacnlly at the
o( the rlao ot tha Nile.
This word licllacally requires n littlo
explanation. Tho nnelenta, who hod
no telescopes, nml had to use their horizon
as tho only aclrntlflc Instrument
which they pomessod, were very careful
In determining tho various conditions
In which n star could rise. Kor
Instance, It a star wero rising1 at the
same timo aa tho sun was rising, It was
aald to rlso cosmlcally, but unless certain
very obvious precautions wore taken,
the rising' star would not bo seen In
consequence of tho presence ot day-light
It Is quite clear that If wo observe
a star rising in the dawn It will
got more nnd more difficult to obsorvo
tho nearer tho time of sunrlno Is approached.
Therefore, what tho ancients
did was lo determine a timo
sunrise In the early dawn at which
the star could bo very obviously nnd
clearly seen to rlw, Tho term "heliacal
rising" was coined to represent a
star rising visibly In the dawn, therefore,
before, tha sun. Generally
throughout Egypt tho sun was supposed
to bo something Hko 10 degrees
below the horizon when a star waa
stated to rise heltacally.
Wo find, then, that more than 3,000
years ago tho Egyptians wore perfectly
familiar with these facts nnd the
difference between a cosmtcal and heli
acal rising was perfectly clear to them.
But the table at Thebes tells us, more
over, that the suns Journey In re
lation to some of tho zodiacal constclla
tlon was perfectly familiar 8,000 years
These, then, are some ot tho moro
general statements which may bo mado
with regard to the most Important
points so far discussed by thoso who
have dealt with Egyptian astronomy,
and It may bo added that all this Information
has come to us In
The various appartnt movements of
the heavenly bodies which aro produced
by thn rotation and revolution
of the earth and the effects of precession
were familiar to the Egyptians,
however Ignorant they may have been
of tha cousos: they carafully studied
what they saw and attempted to put
their knowledge togother In tho most
convenient fashion, associating it with
their strange imagining and with
thoir system of worship. Loclcyer, in
Anta and Iteea Iljira at Anrleat Bjatam
KeTfr among mankind can we And so
absolute and complete absorption of
the individual by the social group as In
the cities of aula and bees, where individual
property has never, It seams,
Vwmi Imsgic'd. In these republic
what ono uitlzcness has for herself tie-longs
to tho others. Dooa a hungry beo
raoct ono laden with booty returning to
a city she lightly taps her on ths head
with her antennn, and Instantly tho
latter hastens in a sisterly way to
part of the nutriment provisionally
stored In her own stomaclu Ants
proceed In the same way as bees, but in
addition the ant thus sustained la very
careful to show her gratitude. "Tha
ant who focls tho need of food," saya
Huber, "begins by tapping her two
antenna), with a very rapid movemont,
upon ths antennm of the ant from which
ahe expects succor. Immediately they
may be seen npproaohing ono another
with mouth and extonded
tonguo for the communication of tha
liquid which ono passes to tho other.
During this operation the ant who receives
nourishment does not ocaaa to
caress tho friend who is feeding her,
continuing to move her anUnnaj with
O The collective system of property
must hare lasted among beea and ants
i or many thousands of years, for, apart
from cases of demoralization auen i
may, for example, bo produced among
bees by giving them a taste for drunkenness,
these InteUigont Insects show
the most absolute deference and devotion
to social property. Tho prlmltlvq
lflshneas has broadened out Into a
collective) or patriotic egoism. Ihit
these very Boelal species, with their
moro than Christian charity, havo not
reached this high degree of civilization
at ono bound. In the ant and beo
worhls,as In our own, there are ravages.
There are still nt tho present timo certain
species ot anta Ignorant of tho division
of labor carried so far among
their civilized " congeners. Chicago Herald.
An KnirlNIi Onmpllmfnt.
Tho manner In which tho American
peoplo have nlwnys regarded tho action
tietwacn the Shannon and thn Chesapeake
Is worthy of the Englishmen
they are. Their feeling was well expressed
by ono of th wounded officers
when a prisoner: "It was a gloriously
fair, stand-up fight I fully expected a
different result The day, however,
contrary to expectation, waa nobly
won by youraclvea, andnowbaholdhow
different I owr lot! nevertheless, I hope
to live, and should like to try It again."
Jn later years It la pleasant to think
that Americans constantly oxprensed
tho most generous feelings toward
filr Trovo WallU. When he vlslUsd
lloston he was feted by tha Inhabitants,
and among his correspondents wsra
several American naval officers.
Prebbla, for example, wrota to
tho survivor ot the famous at tlon tn ths
kindliest spirit In truth, neither En
glishmen nor Americans bare reason w
be ashamed of any military or naval
action fought between themselves,
whatever tho romilt That is th solitary
compensation for warfaro between
men of tho sania race. The feats of
arms done in civil war con bo gloried In
by both sides. Whether wo aro royal,
lata or parliamentarians, Englishmen et
American, northerner or southerners,
wacan applaud with satisfaction the
heroic aots of Cromwell, Waahlngtoo
and Oraut London Spectator,
Inquirer As I understand it josi
American musician object to the landing
of foreign band and orchestras,
because their ran sic comes in competition
with vour musto.
American Muslelan Vsht dans isj
"This I tha first poem I ever vwate,"
said tho maiden, a she uutled tha pink
ribbon and smoothed out th roll.
"Ahl" replied th unftallng editor, a
ho went over tha Unas: "and It Ual
much of a poain. either." l'uok.
Wok lllek What U that UHU wh)
Why a Proaperoni Colored Man Made a
Jonrnrr in lIlolxlpiiL
An artlclo by Frederick Douglass, In
ftttcent number of theNorth American
Review, has called to my mind nn
of maro than ordinary Interest
to thorn who nppredata loyalty upon
,tho port of n negro Who Is faithful, II
only for tho mk of "Auld Langtyne."
Some four or fl,vo months ngo 1 aat In
tho office of ox-Governor I,owry, lo
Jackson, It Is., and my conversation
with that gentleman woa Interrupted
y tho appearance of n
mild-mannered man of decidedly obony
lie acenied to havo no difficulty In
selecting tho genial ox-governor from
the several gentlemen who wero In tho
room, and walked lo him with hand
outstretched and delight no thoroughly
pictured on his countcnaneo that It was
easy to sco fiomo bond bonnd them together,
nnd it wasn't ot recent forging,
either. After stating his name, aud recalling
some Instances that both soemed
to distinctly remember, "war times was
th natural topic to I discusncd by tha
entire party. I liavo forgotton tho namo
of tho negTO, who Is now, nnd has ticen
since IMS, a prosperous citizen of Dixon,
111. I listened to the story ho related
with considerable Interest, aa he told In
a simple, pleasant way his oxpertence
aa the body servant of his "young mars-ter"
from the day tho flrat drum-beat
was sounded In tho south In 1801 up to
the hour ho boro the lifeless form home
and reverently laid It away Jn the old
orchard on tho family farm. Tha governor
called him Tom. I think, and Tom
had como from his western homo to return
to his "old mUsu"tho gold watch
of hor son, which had boon in his possession
from tho day that "young
marstcr' fell In the fight at Franklin.
Tom said ho "got In" with "some Yankee
soldiers, and Jcs" went nlong,"
and beyond this he was cither unwilling
or unablo to givo any reason.
"Hut," said he, "general, do you know
whoro my folks Mvln' now? You know
I ain't Keen urn since tho war, nnd I
want to tako Missus Mnrso Alfred's
svatch." Having been assured of whero
he wonld find tho remnant of tho family
ho left nearly thirty years ago he
gTew communicative and told of the
only timo he had ever let that precious
watch go out of his possession. Ho said
he was a porter on a sleeping car
and hadn't a dollar to ms.Ue his trip
and pawned tho watch for flvn dollars.
The agony ho suffered because of his
action ho feelingly described, nnd, said
hei "1 promised myself If Ood would
let me get back and take that watch
no human should have it till I gave it
Into old Missus' hands." To perform
that obligation he made the visit south.
"Tom" went to see his old owner, and
found a mortpsgeof elghthundrod dollars
on tho farm. lie paid It off and
then bought from his former ownor
two hnndred acres of laud for his old
father, who U still alive and living
quietly nnd contented near the gulf
shore In thr state hi buy love yet
to lira In. Chicago
Boat aod ArtUtta la Aatarao
Very simple in style are many of the
Imported suits for tho autumn. Somo
havo a three-quarter jacket of fcerge or
homespun, with a bhtuis or seamless
waist of surah or other silk. Thus, a
skirt of cream or blue homespun I
mado with a waist ot dark-blue
over a whalebonrd lining. The
surah Is lapped In plaits In the back,
showing no seams. The frontaare drawn
down without darta, leaving a deep
a plastron of eream color covered
with hnri sou tal stripes of dark-blue
silk braid. A short frllL liko a Vortu
gadln puff, of the surah shows below
the waist, glvlnglireadth to tho hips. A
girdle covered with the braid encircles
tho waist above the frill or puff. The
collar and wristbands of the full sleeves
are also of tho braid. Tor tho street a
princess jacket Is added of the wool of
the skirt lined with silk lika that of tho
blouse. Another suit baa n coat liko
the Russian variety so popular this
summer. ThU has a wool skirt aawed
on along tho waist-line, and the back
has ono wide plait. Ths fronts do not
mrot to fasten, and are turned back at
tha top in a ravers collar, Tho Louis
XV, and XVI. styles now raging are
giving Impntua to the pantcrs and
alight hip draperies so persistently
jrumorcd about and heretofore so littlo
seen. 8oin new recently
Imported and sent to Newport show
that these revival rumors regarding
panlors nr authentic. One of tho
models la of palo rose-colored silk,
raised on the left side to show a
coat of black laeo otct pink,
ful drapery of black laea oomes from
the left shoulder across the chest to tho
waist and thence to tho right hip,
whero It is lightly draped in panler
style. Another dress of sheer cream
veiling, or Trench chaW, Ia patterned
with cornflowers twined to
form a narrow stripe. Tha superfluous
material on the front breath Is caught
np to the hips, where it I held In placo
by bows of ribbon, and
added to the fulness ot the upper aide,
breadth form short Watteau panlera.
No one but slender women, however,
should select this particular style.
N. Y. Post
can bo ourod
by tho prompt
fiyers Cherry Pectoral
the Inflamod tlssuo?,
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co
Lkxikoton, Kt., Oct. a. 1892-
Dcar Sir; Almost everybody in Loi'
ineton known of my I have
been a constant mi(Tror from rhou
matlo irout for ovor thirteen yonrn. I
have also had pneumonia eovoral
timet), chronic catarrh, brouchltU and
and havo boon vorv deaf for
a loux timo. It U now about seven
weeks alnco jou bewail treutlu mo
with tho llloctroiwisc, and tho rosulta
havo been wonderful. I havo reoolvwl
greater roliof thau from all previous
treatment of physicluna nud
lly hearing ia so much im
nrovetl that I raroly usa tho oor trum
pet, -My luugM and throat nro bettor,
and tho Improvomout Iu tuy llmlw Is
romarkablo. I havo the utmost
in tho Eloctropoloo, and gladly
rocomniond It, Mas. M, IIpwAan,
Wotroat nil nervous aud chronic
diseases, It dooa not cost you a cent
to consult us, and you may bo bonout
ed. Descriptive pamphlet free. Aa
Olvlpg Nobility Duo Credit MUs
Marry What makes yon think Count
Da Poor will not raturn tn tha ..
Mioro this vearf" Mr. Ilolwon "IU.
oawso Mrs. sent her diamonds
to town with him to bo cleaned. "
Oent "You have como about tli
place of coaehman. Cwu yon drlvo
slowly and carefully?" Apptlcsnt ;
"Certainly, doctor; I wns five yoar
coachman lo an uudortuker." bor.
lsa 11 4 .a
Both tho method nnd results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acts
wntly yet promptly on tho Kidney,
Liver and Dowels, cleanses tho
effectually, dispels coldi, headaches
and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever produced,
pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and ngrccablo substances, iU
many oxcellcnt qualities commend it
to all and havo mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
Byrup of Figs is for salo in GOo
and SI bottle by all leading druggists.
Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand will procure
it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try It I)o not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
ant rxAxcisco. cjl.
louiaviut. nr. niw row, jr. r.
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1XW MUX TE4fosP
-Mr ALL GROCERS KH IT-
Craoka V U Ta It garlet with ConUmpt
i.jr ) iit or tho rrotn.ioo.
Criminals have aa many grades 0f
nmonj; thcinsclrrs as ha
tho moral portion of tho community.
Thoy, too, have their "J00," thoir upper
tcn their middle grade lawbreaker,
and then tho vrry dreffa of tho thieving
class. And wnj down In tho scale, lx
ncnth tho contempt of oven the hutnhle
burglar, the lowly pickpocket nnd tho
contemptible hat-rack surak, stands,
lpne and forsaken by all evil-doors, tho
Tho "funeral thief" Is tho poltroon of
the criminal classes. Little consclcnco
its most thieves pnsKrm, ho possesses
the least. Ho shrinks from no desecration.
No superstition causes him to
He robs the living as they weep
over tho dead. Vevr criminals would
stoop to so low a crime, consequently
there nro not many funcrnl Oilcres.
lint what few there aro arc active.
Their method of work Is extremely
simple Usually they go In pairs
sometimes there aro thrco or four Uv
gcther. Karly In tho morning they
scan the death columns of tho newspapers.
I'rom tho nnnouncemont of funerals
for the day they tnako up n visiting
list Tliev (.elect thoui whero tho
victims of tho grim Vapor were men
of about their own ago. They visit
tho homo hero tho pai tly open casket
la resting while friends gazo nt tho features
ot tho departed. Their right to
bn prcsant Is never questioned! the
are Inkrn, an n initter of course, for
friends of tho deud. Thoy pas the coffin,
pausing for a fow momenta In pretended
tearful contemplation f the
cold features, and In tho slight jam
that la suro to follow such a pause
and while many mourners nr In ten
the thieves abstract tho
of all within their nnch. Women are
their subjects, and If tears aro not plen
tiful the thieves will thomwlvAS pre
tend to weep. This is sure to proro ef
Thus do thfRa"fnncral thlerrs" work.
It does not tako them long tn go
through thn pocketa of half n do?en
persons, and then they nro off to tha
next house nn the list, whero thu Inndo
f operation Is repiatcd. Ko wonder
other thieve regard thein with con-tempt
A Candid Walter.
Oueat Tell me candidly, waltar, why
do you roooinuiond lobster ko
Candid Waller Well, yon boo If there
Is any lobntora Utt c var to-day, wo Yi
will got them to-morrow for dinner,
and wu'vu had Vm on hnud ulniuta
wek alreudy, Texu blfllngfc
NomctliliiK tn Look Forward To.
"Will you bo glod, Snmmy, whin
your HttU brother gets old enough to
"Won't 1 though; un' If ho uhoh oust
word I'll Miukh hi littlo hend fof
hhu." llrooklyn Life.
II Mlfht Norar Ntui.
Ona cannot ho too oaruful In speed)
nt tho risk ot bolng subjected to deserved
criticism. A khrodlooklog
old man stood la front of a Jewolcr'
Window, gaitng at a
eloak. Ono ot tho affabla ulorks waa
standing In tho doorway, "That's a
ytrr funny clock," said tho old limn.
"What do you oall It?" "That' a
spring lover chronometer," replied the
clerk, "and. It will run for four hundred
day without winding," "That's
loug time," exclaimed the old, man,,
ch..tahltbyV:hamberlllc,gWaandorhUvKlW' ,. , -- x?
25 percent oil on
To unload a large stock of -boots
we will give off the
original price of any boot
in the honse. The great-
" est bargain ever
REMEMBER IT'S FOE ONE DAY 'ONLY.
Brick Manufacturers and Builders.
Yards Xorth Main and Jcsup Avcuuo. Olllco Sixth Street, rear of llanlor' Dank.
AtlO 50rte BnauY,
sbOMe RICE JtfD
BUrC NSVcR MIND
In .! i
ionon noil ibv "0
Tho World' Fair lino to
Aud all iKiints West, North, and
North n cot.
Fimwt and bust I'ullniu j ostibuled
Uullet Sleeporu nud chair cara
No chsuijo of cnrit,
R.st accinu latiou,
Qui - -t: Lino
in I Liwcst ratca.
For mapi and a'l information
UUi. ,nw, wr . . . , -v .w. .
orW. I' A.
Louuii' '1'. ly
72 Pago Caialogin vnt lrog l'rcm
Cor. Clurtl ul Sinaer, Aultillt, t
So text IwJk uwd In bJoL.keeplaf
l'ocheri ot Imig expcrlcuca anil
biulncu atllialiettil t.t eacliitoiiarlnn"""""
'liiM.inivftrKooikiioHrnUiut lust rar I
anllclllKK uillacstlnniMMltUina for
L'diiinicixlaltiillCKuaud nowtaare on
IkoI cuipM ami paironiieil hioi,
Miiltli, call on ur a.lilreaa
'colt's Lodon h.uot
A lecent Olttovery Ur n
ilil I'hjilclsn 8ucceu(ully
moil monthly by thousands
uMaillot. 1 tithaonly
safe anil rellsLla inflj
Iclno Ulaouvareil. liewaro ot unvrlnclhlod
ilruaxlita who offer Inferior meillclnct lniiUce
of llda. .tt for Coos'a Cotton Hoot -Com.
roiiND, take noiubitltute, or Intloae II ami
ornuln laiter. ami we will avnit
oali'il, byii'tiirnmall, rull ealed particular
In plain aovcloiHlulailleaonlir, itsinpa
AibtiViS fonil l.tly Ciiiiiimnr,
Nn, 3 l"llior llloci, Detroit, Mlrh.
In llvvklifTllle ami by
all re"'ii"llplo ilriiKKUta,
TABLET'S BUCKEYE PILE
CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.
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A 8UnE and CERTAIN CUHE
Known for IDyeara ao the REST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
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O t . J.J.t'J.J.blbin.
ialKirai.o lilrrrtnrlnriwlns llrac.lra' Al-
oriauon.aiiri iirtvuaroi ucguicrea
Union Cqunty, Ky.
Natnlnc bnt Drkt'Claas Btock tklppail, tml til
tf iiai nmvuii iepiT)viilviit
llrtejlnl HniuIMM that 1'lgl Dan la cup
pilBii anj uiuiiin m me rear. lrlce
AconrJIog to Are ana Box.
I'o. (.0le Aiirtt; y.OVllfiOT. rnlan
orxiiisil HatlonaT Hank, MornnfleH
Baakot Ualontowo anO ii,utlr oauia
ONE DAY OLY.
oot In k iw
CL0THIN& k SHOE CO
12, '92, ,-
and Dealer in
U - aJbaX.
Aftor 40 voarV exnerienco wo fool
i to us will bo oxecutod in a skillful nud
JVone but the host
F, M. WUITIiOW IsourSolioliorlor
vO :riu(rer ot
and the most de
confident that nrdam onlrnl..l
n,eillo Court llouea, Ixiulavlllr. l.j,
roof. All Modern improvements, in
olootriccollbelbj and telegraph olllco Entir
lighbi. Electric care pasa tho door
ifJliTm $2.60 rtn DAr.
' VV. S ' MILI FR Tn
limcr in iitur aul Urenn Stiw
iitlr from wllar to
nif stKiim heat, eioMitor,
lighted vih eltH'trin
i juru. of tlu city
x .lONFS, i
I J SULLIVAN. Clerk..
7. L. MARSHALL Ja
irtl i ii ,.
GEORGE A. CURE-FINE
Nono but tho BEST AIITISTS EMPLOYED.
Leave your mcasuro and bo , v
CONYINCED of the TRUTH.
105 MAIN STREET.
kk.irflilu u. ..nMiniiiiHiMiMt.M.i.. . J aVWf aaHamweWgnmUl iyU l K Mfrfr"trfWlir'yi'
iiiw. Onlr tUow vlio rn iwsdj Icmloluo kooldloff, and tho poor
l nwu apuiy. waiviuua ruu ,..
FALL & WINTER GOODS IB"
Will give yon prices
astonishing the world
in onr line.
n. j, nuirr, niowfiETOR.
RATES: $1.50 to $3.00 PER DAT.
COR.TWKLFTF AND MAIN STREETB. ,r '