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GAIKU, ILL, THURSDAY MOUNINU, JULY 31, MM.
The Rev. J. E. Soarles, of New' York, is
one of the most widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodist ministers.
Mr. Hoarlns says: "Im Impressed that It is a duty
I own to tin wo alllicted with rUimiiiiiitlKiil or Neural.
r l. to nay that a remedy has been discovered tlmt in
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Jiwtvd Into hlH ami to swt relief. While in thin cvm.
ilitKiu ha discovered a remedy vtldch ellec'tod tniiiio
tliate relief, anda iKiriiiiuioiitcuro, Ho lias since fur
nished It to many others with tlio same result. I hiivn
aUo furnished tl to ft uumlier of persons suiTornm
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relief, ftinl lH-nnanriitciire. A moiiK otlioru, lirnveit
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Tlie Daily Bulletin.
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MATRIMONY AND BABIES,
An IntoroBtlntf Lawsuit Growing
Out of tho Hill-Sharon
A California Paper Publishes an Interest
ing Statoraent of How an Old
Mau's Wife Got His Hoirs.
Cell's Dabies Delieved to be Bogus a
Winsome Woman's Wiley
S Francisco, C.w.., July HO. Tito
11111-Sharon trial promises to como to mi
end lu about two weeks, but numerous
dillloultles huvo sprung from It, likely to
keup tho courts busy many mouths.
Tapers uro being prepared by Thomas
lloll lor a criminal action against tho
AnjuD, aud James A. Johnson and Walter
Turnbull, publishers of tho Alia. Also a
damago suit for $50,000 against each of
tho latter. Tho offense charged Is tho
publication of an atroclom and highly
Improbably story last Thursday in rela
tion to Hell's wlfo, tho substance of
which briefly follows: Thomas Bell Is a
capitalist; ono of tho directors of tho
California Hank, and about seventy years
old. He married about twelve years ago,
a woman scarcely half his own ago.
Thomas lloll desired progeny aud agreed
to set asldo a .ijnn, conceded to be $50,-
000 for each heir born, and soon morry
childish laughter ran through tho Hell
household, until after scarcely twelvo
years of married II fo seven lino children
bear tho name of Hell. Hell and Kharou
wero frlunds, and tho latter, well versed
lu tho ways of the world, llnally ventured
to whisper to tlio friend that tho
heirs wero not bona lido. Hell
dlscardod the sugircstlon, and a coolness
sprang up between them. Tho Alia al
leges that housekeeper Mammy l'lalsconso
In Hell's houso, came to tho aid of Mrs.
Hell with the foundlings hospital as her
backer. Sharon's expressed doubts
niado Mrs. Hell aud Mammy l'laiscense
his sworn enemies, and tho latter figured
considerably as a Irleud In Sarah Allliea's
suit against Sharon. The paper goes on
telling of the arrival in tho Hull house
hold of twins, a boy and girl, last year,
to one of which tho paper says another
woman lays claim. In an Interview with
tho colored nurse, she Is alleged to
have said that not two of tho s"vcn
youngsters resembles each other, and
that they havo red, black, brown and
blondo hair, all kinds of eyes, some re
Sfnibling the Irish, some tho Germans,
and others being Freuchy. Tho Al hi con
cludes another evidence. There is a
law requiring all physicians to Ulo records
01 birth, and tho Alia says a search of tho
records falls to disclose a single entry of
birth in the Hell family.
AI-liKUT U. HLAK1C8LE15.
A Notorious Crook Captured in St.
St. Louis, Mo., July 30. City Marshal
John Powers of Elgin, 111., called on
Chief llarrlgan this morning and re
quested to sco C. II. Newman, who is
now in jail on a cbargo of victimising the
Mcrmod, Jaccard Jewelry Company.
When admitted to tho prisoner's pres
ence, tho Marshal instantly recogul.cd
him as Albert C. Ulakcslcc, whom lis had
known for twenty-live years. Fourteon
years ago Hlakeslee, alias Newman, lived
in Elgin and acquired a
IMPUTATION FOB DISUONKSTY.
Three months ago Hlakeslco went to
Elgin and hired a span of horses valued
at $100. Ilo sold tho horses, pocketed
the money and lied.
Marshal Powers followed him to Ohio
and captured him. Tho prisoner secured
several continuances of tho chargo
against him by representing that a largo
amount of cattle belonging to hlui would
arrive In a few days, aud that all claims
against hlru would be sottled. This de
vice becoming 6tale, tho day preceding
his trial tho prisoner becamo
and was takcu to a privato houso for
treatment. That night he disappeared,
leaving no trace of himself. While out
West he assumed tho name of Gcorgo
Parker, by which ho was known hero,
When tho authorities hero arc through
with this man of many aliases he will be
turned over to the Elgin peoplo.
The Sinking' of the Osborne.
Clevkland, O., July 30. Tho details
of tho collision between tho propeller
Osborne and tho steamship Alberta off
White Fish Point Sunday afternoon aro
meagre. A dispatch from Sheboygan
says the disaster occurred In a denso
fog, six miles off White Fish Toint. Tho
Osborno blew three whistles. The Al
berta answered and checked her speed
down to seven miles an hour, but in a
moment tho Osborno appeared under tho
Alberta's bow. Tho Alborta struck tho
Osborne between the mi wen and main
rigging on the starboard side, cutting
her almost in twain. While they wero
lodged together the Captain of tho Os
borne and his wife wont up the spar aud
got on tho Alborta. A passenger volun
teered to save tho Captain's children and
a young woman. This ho did. Ilo also
tried to save some of tho crew, but the
boats separated and the Osborne went
down with tho stewacd and four others
of tho crew In ten minutes In about
twenty-five fathoms of wator.
Sahatooa, N. Y., July 80. Tho com
mittee appointed at tho Chicago Conven
tion to notify 'Hendricks of bis nomina
tion for tho Vlce-Presldcnoy has arrived
hero. They will hold a meeting at noon
to sign the address to Hendricks and fix
npou an hour for tho formal ceremony.
The address expresses the same senti
ments as that to Clcvoland yostcrday.
Colonel Wm. F. Vilas will mako tho open
ing speech. Hendricks says ho is ready
to moot tho committee at any hoar they
name. The time will probably bo 8 p. m.
The committee was In session nearly
tn hour. Messrs. Vilas, Hooker, Walter
and Stockton were appointed a sub -committee
to uncertain Mr. Hendricks' pleas
are. They reported that two o'clock
would suit his convenience, and that tlmo
was ohosca. A rssolutton was then
passed extending thanks to WHUanW.
VltM and H. U. Bun f ttm 4faafMand
tttdsnt trmfflor la ,vttr!.ftc? lam pf
forfttd fltoir rowectrre iix t&f'thilr-
luau aud secretary of tho cotnmittoo.
Tho committee then adjourned.
Tho largo parlors of tho Grand Union
were lllled by two o'clock. Lady guests
lu summer toilets occupied the lounges.
Tho committee-men wero arranged lu a
soml-cirdo iu tho mlddlo of tho room.
Tho appearance was decidedly more pict
uresque thiiii that witnessed yesterday at
tho llxecutlvo Mansion. lion. David
Davis and wlfo were conspicuous among
tho spectators. Mr. and Mrs.
Hendricks entered tho room
shortly after two o'clock,' and wero
greeted by tlio clapping of hands, Hon.
W. F. Vilas, alter a brief pause stepped
forward and delivered his address. It
was an eloquent and Impressive oration,
referring graeefmly to Mr. Hendricks'
distinguished servicos and tho affectionate
regard in which tlio Democracy of tho
Nation hold him.
Bhoot First and Sottle Disputes Af
t?rwnrd. Dunison, Tux,,' July 80. Monday
night, near Harney's Station, a party of
farmers started lu pursuit of a gang of
horse-thieves, believed to bo that of tho
notorious Watson llrothors. Heury Wat
kins, a well-to-do youilg fanner, led the
pursuing party. They overhauled tho
outlaws Into at ulght and surrounded
them. A dispute arose as to whether tho
thieves should bo killed on tho spot or
captured and delivered to tho authorities.
While tho farmers wero wrangling over
tho question, one of tho thieves shot and
instantly killed Watklns. A general
meleo followed, during which tho thieves
made their escape. Another party has
started In pursuit of tho thieves. They
will bo Instantly killed this time, If over
taken. ASSAILED AT MIUNIOUT.
A Chief of Polioe Made a Target by An
Lacuossk, Wis., July 30. -An attempt
was made to assassinate Frank Hatch,
Chief of Pollco, at ono o'clock this morn
ing while returning home. An unkuown
man fired threo shots. Tho llrst struck
a rib below tho nipple on tho right sldo
and passed around to tho backbone. Tho
second went through tho left arm. Tho
third missed. Tho rlghtarui Is paralyzed
by tho llrst shot. Tito assailant throw
his revolver over tho fence aud lied.
Hatch Is dying. Thero is Intense excite
ment. Tho whole population Is on tho
streets or hunting tho murderer.
A HAD N KOI to.
His Capture, Dead or Alive, Ordered.
I'absoxs, Kas., July 30. Navasota, a
negro who assaulted a Missouri Pacific
engineer at tho Helmont House last fall
with a razor, nearly severing his head
from his shoulders, and made good his
cscapo to the Indian Territory, camo up
from that rendezvous Monday, night ac
companled by two lesser lights lu crlmo
nnd undertook tho capturo of the town.
They commenced by tiring into tho air,
and when tho oillcers approached they
opened 11 ro upon them. A battle ensued,
lu which ono of tho negroes wo, shot lu
the leg and captured. Navasat,? s-jrj tho
other escaped lu tho darknos, but as day
break yesterday ono of them "Was cap
tured. Navasota Is yet at liberty, but
will probably be caught, as the Mayor
gavo orders to captnro hhn dead or allvo.
Attempted Suicide by a Congressman.
Washington, D. C, July 30. Win
Wirt Culbcrtson, Hepubllcan member of
Congress from tho Ninth District of Ken
tucky, at eleven o'clock this morning, at
tho National Hotel, attempted sulcldo by
shooting. Ho Dred two shots from a
pistol, both of which took effect in tho
back part of tho head. It Is feared tho
wounds will prove fatal. Culbcrtson ro.
turned to tho city last week, slnco which
tlmo his friends havo noticed ho acted
strangely nt times. No motive is as
signed. Culbcrtson Is tho owner of tho
Ashland Iron Fumaco in Kentucky, and
lias tho reputation of being well off.
This is his llrst term In Congress.
Mr. Culbcrtson was born near Lewis
town, Pennsylvania, and left tho State
when two years old. Ho has been en
gaged In tho manufacture of iron slnco
boyhood, except three years spent In tho
Union army. Beginning lu 1801 with tho
rank of captain, ho was oleeted to tho
Kentucky Legislature In 1870 and to the
Kentucky Stato Senate lu 1873. Ho was
a delegate from his district to tho Ito
publican National Conventions at Cincin
nati and Chicago in 187G and 1880; was
Mayor of tho city of Ashland, his home,
and was elected to tho Forty-eighth Con
gross as a Republican, receiving 11,207
votes against 0,018 votes for Colonel
The Cantiery Trouble Not Vet Over.
Minnkapolis, Minn., July 30. Thoso
who think the trouble In regard to tho
murder of Ollleer McLaughlin is over
aro probably mistaken. It is said on tho
street that an organization has been
effected to see that Cantiery Is uover re
lumed to Minneapolis alive. It is stated
that a watch Is kept upon all trains, and
vigilantes will board tho ono upon which
Cantiery Is a passenger. - Tho plan Is to"
rescue him from tho ofilgers nt some
suitable point, and lynch him. It Is said
that tho mob about tho jail Monday night
Wero not thero for the purposo of lynch
ing Cantiery, but to kill any of bis friends
who attempted a rescue It is certain that
many in tho mob wero fully armed.
"Up in a Balloon, Boys."
Hloomington, III., July 80. Prof. S.
A. King's mammoth balloon, 'Eag1o
Eyrie," was shipped from hero to Peoria
to-day, whero ho Intends to mako an as
cension, accompanied by Georgo Hale, a
prominent business man of that city. It
Is the lntcntlou of the voyagers to mako
an extended trip, and they will lay in
supplies for a week or ton days, Tho
balloon Is ono of the largest In the coun
try. Republican Birthday Celebration.
Fakminoton, Mr., July 80. August
19 has been fixed artho day for tho
grand celebration of tho birthday of the
Hopubllcan party at Strong. lilal'io, Han
ulblo Hamlin, Governor Morrill, Con
prcsHiuou Houtcllo and Dlngtcy, ex-Gov-trnor
Long and other distinguished
guests will bo present.
DUeasod Cattle In Nebraska.
Lincoln, Nun., July 80. Tho outbreak
of disease among tho cattlo at Maxwell
does not oxclto alarm. It is rcgareed us
purely local, and dtM to bad water or too
mach crowding. "Th Commissioner ap
pointed ky Wvernor Pvmm has not yet
rttunwd. Be may MInkM tton today.
FOUGHT TO A FINISH.
Tho Dompaoy-FullJamoB FItfhl
Takoa ITaoo Aftor Many
Twouty-Two Bounds Fought in Thirty
uiuo Miutitus -Duiupsey Viotorious
After a Hard Struggle.
The Big Victor Presents His Plucky An
tagonist With Fifty Dollats as a
Ni:v YmtK, July 80. After many post
ponements and much trouble tho glovu
light between Jack Dumpsey and George
Fulljaiues eaino off at Greatklti's Point,
Staten Island, at llvo this morning. Tho
ropes and stakes wero quickly placed
lu position, the wet, sandy, soil being
so yielding as to almost cause the
pedestrians to full down, but tho men
were both determined to settle tho matter
once for all. Dempsey weighed 137,
stands llvo feet eight andouo-half Inches,
twenty-two years of age. Fulljtimes
weighed l;ii!, stands llvo feet four and
one-half Inches, thirly-two years of age.
iloiiu Wood and friend attended I'uil
iamcs, Arthur Chambers and Matthew
Wiilson attended Dempsoy, with Ned
Mallahan as refereo and II. P. Woo time
keeper. Till! KOUNDH,
Knuiid 1 Fulljames led off at tho fuco
but went short, and Deinpsey's straight
countered hint lu the mouth. Then
Dempsey got one on tho cheek heavily,
drawing blood from Fulljames. This
claim was allowed. In tho clinch which
followed Dempsuy cross-buttocked Full
iaincs, and laid hint across tho chest;
Hound 2 Fulliaines made a play at
Deinpsey's body, but always short, whllo
Deinpsey's body blows all told. Tlmo,
Hound 3 Tlio work was very light
until Dempsey knocked Fulljames down
uy a uoiiy mow. Time, a: 13.
Kound 1 After a few light blows
Dempsey put iu an upper-cut. This
round ended In l :08.
Kound 5 Fulljames wan short at the
body again, Dempsey hitting him on the
body, mouth and noso. Time, 2:15.
Kound il All short armed work. Full
james got down to avoid punishment.
Kound 7 Fulljanios was sont to earth
by a Hush hit on tho noso. Time, 5j sec
onds. Kound ; 8 Again Fulljaiues received
general punishment, but managed to get
ono or two blows In. Time, 1 s3-J.
Kound 'J Much slugging was Indulged
In during this bout. Fulljames blooding
freely from a cut over tho eyo. Tlmo,
Kound 10 Dempsey planted his loft
over Fulljames' face, but never used his
right, as It had been disabled lu tbo first
round by ono of Fulljanios' blows. Tlmo,
Hounds 11, 13, 13 and 11 Wero very
short, Invariably ended by Fulljames
going down or being thrown. Ho could
not reach his tall antagonist. This early
WANTKD UIM TO OIVK IN.
Hound 13 Dempsey landed a straight
left-hander and knocked Fulljaiues down.
Time, 1 :02. Tho latter flifding ho could
not get a foothold, took off his shoes.
Hounds 1G and 17 wero both short,
body blows prevailing, and Fulljames
Itound 18 Fulljaiues was blooding
badly fronu cuts over both eyes, but
fought gamely .and fell from weakness.
Time, 37 seconds.
Hound 10 Fulljanios tried to load, bnt
fell from tho force of his own blows.
Tho round lasted 40 seconds.
Kound 20. Fulljames was hit on tho
chin, ending tho round lu 'M seconds.
Hound 21 Dempsey got homo throo
blows on his antagonist's noso, chest
and ear, tho latter knocking Fulljanios off
Kound 22 Dempsey led off and landed
ono on Fulljames' noso. Tho next attack
was made on tho chest. This sent Full
james down In a heap. His seconds
seeing their man beaten, threw up tho
sponge. Fulljaiues protested, but his
backer was satisfied ho had done his best,
and took him out of the ring. As soon
as tho referee's verdict was given Demp
sey walked over to his defeated antago
nist and presented him with a $50 bill.
Tho whole fight lasted thirty-nino min
utes. THK CATTLE DISTKMI'EK.
Too Much Wator After a Prolonged
Thirst Said to be the Cause.
Chicago, III., July 30. It was decided
not to shoot tho cattlo suffering from tho
strange dlstomper at tho stock yards, nor
those exposed to It. Tho healthy animals
will bo killed at tho slaughter houses
under tho direction of tho health oillcers.
Tho bodies of tho dead animals woro re
moved as fast as life becamo extinct and
were taken to tho rcuderlng establish
ments. An investigation of tho organs
of tho slaughtered animals will
bo mado by the health inspector,
and it any disease is found
tho meat will bo condemned. It
Is believed hero nnd at Kansas City that
tho animals wero allowed to founder
themselves after having been exposed to
a prolonged thirst. Thero Is no reason
to bollcve that tho Texas or Spanish fevors
havo anything to do with tho deaths, as
tho symptoms aro entirely different. The
disoaso docs not appear to be contagious,
as no other animals havo been attacked
outsido of thoso among which tho disease
broko out. Keports from Nobraska say
that somo herds aro affected, but it Is bo
llcvcd that tho dlscaso existing In that
State Is also duo to local causes, and is
What the French Canadians Want.
New Yokk, July 30. A special from
Montreal says : "A movement Is on foot
by leaders of tho French Canadian party,
who are working for tho Independence of
Canada, to secure for Hlalno tho largo
voto controlled by French Canadians In
the United States. ; Tho reason, as stated
by one of those at the head of It Is, that
Blaine has declared himself favorable to
the Independence of Canada and to -a
commercial onion ?f the whola of Narth
America. "Thls,'oontitied the gautJc
wsn to qoftackm, "to sasM petty
isfef1l OanlWiiil-oj., tad
which gained him thu r solid" French
Canadian voto. I still havo his lutters In
which ho favored a grand commercial
union to embrace Canada, and lllaiuo, as
his premier, also enunciated the prin
ciple. Since Hlalno reiterated such views
lu his letter of acceptance, his friends
havo been lu communication with leading
French Canadians hero to secure the vote
of their compatriots residing In the
Slates, estimated from 300,01)0 to too.oun.
An election campaign will bo started lu
the largo New England manufacturing
cities, to which French Canadians will be
sent to work up a boom,"
n.vsi: ii.vi.l, liitKvi iii:s.
Score of Uiiiuns l'luyod on Tuuaduy,
Hl'ooklyii, N. Y. Metropolitans, (!j
lhifTulo, N. Y. HuffaloH, I ; Clevo
Chicago, III. Chlcagos, hi; Detrolts,8,
Toledo, O. Columbus, II; Toledos, I.
Cincinnati, ().-St. Louts, li; Clncln
Louisville, Ky. l.oulsvllleH,2; Indian
Kansas City, Mo. --St. I.ouls Unions,
0; Kansas CHys, I .
Chicago, III. Cincinnati Unions, 1;
Chicago Unions, 2.
I'eorla, III. Saglnaws, 2; Peorlas 1.
The games at New York, Philadelphia,
llalttmui'o and Pittsburgh were postponed
on account of rain.
tiik l uutiv
SAiiATtxi.t, N. Y., July 30. Tho weath
er to-day Is warm and clear. Tho track
Is lu fair condition ami tho attendance
First Kacc-jiflOO; distance ono mile;
only threo slartors. Won by (ilcuiuu j
Swlney, second; Nettle, third. Time,
1 il l 3-1. Mutuals paid $7.10.
Second Unci' Tho Iroquois stakes;
distance one mile aud 500 yards. Won
by Katuplun; I'allnurus, second; Blast,
third. Time, 2:17 1-2. Mutuals paid
Third Kuca Handicap sweepstakes for
all ages; distance, one mile and a fur
long; won by (ireystone; Hla.es, second;
Tolu, third. Time, 1 ;5S. Mutuals paid
Fourth Knee Purse, $ 100. Handicap
for all nges; distance, one mile, over
four hurdles; won by (iuy; Heaver-
wyck, second, and (Jimliuc, third. Tlniff,
1:61. Mut'.ials paid $10.
Hun in thu Mud.
Chicago, Ii.i.s., July 30. The races
at the Driving Park yesterday wero run
In the mud aud only one favorite won:
First Kaeo One and one-half miles,
for all ages: Thady, llrst; Harry Cruz,
second; Athlone, third. Time, 2.61.-
Second llace Tho Illinois stakes for
three-year-olds, one and one-fourth
miles: Horlln, llrst; King Trouble,
second; I'.urope, third. Time, 2.23 1-2.
Third Kacu ( )ne mile, all ages ; Siphon,
llrst; Hallard, second; Adventurer, third.
Time, 1.53 14.
Fourth liaco Selling steeplechase:
Nliublefoot, llrst; Judge Jackson, second;
King Dutchman, third. Tlmo, 3.1'J.
Threatening Weathor at Moutnouth
Nkw Yoiikt, July 80. Tho threatening
weather yesterday did not deter an flier
age attendance at tlio Monmouth Park
races. Tho track was very heavy.
First llace Sweepstakes for all ages,
1 1-8 mile: Heel and Toe, llrst; Chicka
dee, second; Aranza, third. Tlmo, 2:05,
Second Kaeo Handicap sweepstakes
for two-year-olds, three-quarters mile:
F.achus, llrst; Petition, second; Gleuelg
llll.v, third. Time, 1 :20 3-4.
Third Kace Elizabeth stakes for threo-year-old
llllles, 1 1-8 mile: Frlda, first;
Mattle II., second; Water Lily, third.
Time, 2:02 1-2.
Fourth Kaeo Freehold stakes, 1 1-2
miles i Eole, first) Drake Carter, second.
Time, 2:41 1-2.
Fifth Kaeo Three-year-olds and up
wards, seven furlongs: Dan K., first;
Lutestring, second; Valley Forge, third,
Sixth Kace Handicap forall ages, I 3-4
miles over seven hurdles: Hally, first;
Marshall, second; Captain Curry, third,
A WOMAN'S ( UltlOSITY.
She Finds Out What the Inside
skv-Rocket is Made of.
Cincinnati, O., July 30. Tho homo t f
Henry Upmeler, 21 Oregon street, was
this morning tho sccno of u terrible ex
plosion. It was noticed last night that
several of the hundreds of sky-rockets
which contributed to the entertainment
of tho Highland Houso failed to cxplodo
lu the air, and tho residents on Hill Side
admonished tho children not tmucddlo
With them. However, Philip BUI,
aged ten, and Charley Up
moicr, aged seven, found tho
head of a five-pound rocket, and took It
to their homo. Later Mrs. Upmeler's
curiosity was nrousod, and she took an
axo and struck the missile a heavy blow.
A loud report followed which startled
tho entlro neighborhood. Mrs. Upmeler
was dangerously wounded, and her
daughter Ida, uged twelve, fatally In-
tured. Two boys were also seriously hurt,
ut It Is not thought fatally unless from
VicKsiiuiia, Miss., July 27. The Stato
Prohibition Convention of Mississippi met
In Jackson to-day with a largo attend
ance. Resolutions Indorsing the work of
tho National Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union were passed, also Inviting
Luther Honson, ot Indiana, to visit Mis
slsslpl after tho November elections aud
canvass tho Stato lu the cause of temper
ance. The platform declares that prohi
bition should not bo entangled with poli
tics, and, without disturbing partji afilllu
tions ot citizens, asks their support of
this groat reform, which should be en
throned above tho contest for placo and
Congressman Collins On the Bepubli
oan Party. '
Albany, N. Y., July 30. At tho Lo
land Opora-house TJlovoland and Hon
dricks ratification meeting last
night, presided over by ex-Governor
Walker, Congressman Fat. A. Collins, of
Boston addressed the meeting, closing
its remarks as follows:
"Jas. Q. Hlatne is the fit candidate ot
that partj. We prefer tho party that
never twilled tho American flag In the
dust at komo or abroad, the party that
stood by the farmer and vwklngman
txatoflt Qanoply, tb party - local
CttWMlBBt. dtdualhs)ftr mdpara
IN THE PASTRY
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tifHlly iiXIn-l, nil tr,,m ulili'li tlit-y iir-nimHi.
l OU STKI'NdTIl ANI TRUE I KL'IT
1'LAVUU THEY NT AND ALONE.
Mr.MMI BV THI
Price Daklng Powder Co.,
6t. Louis, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. .Vice's l,iiiiilin Yoast (Jems,
llr. I Ih-V llot Tl'IKl.
roia a,x.r: -r anocEisa.
WK JIAKIi HUT ONE QUALITY.
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ol'itemli'Miii'l iitimlH'r of liKsiniiitiiliicil plain
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sirsngth anil comfort
For rulu by nil (IniKidsts , nil dealer ccnerally.
KIDNEY DISEASES (TX
LIVER COMPLAINTS, o
Hi-cninn It sots on tho I.IVtlt, BOWELS soil
KIIIMITS at ths m tlms.
Beoanse It olmusra th system of ths nolson-
oil humors tliat dovslopa in Kidney and Uri
nary Disowoa, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Piles, or In Bneumarlem, Neuralgia, Nor.
vous Dleoniom ana an romaie uompuuuta,
t raouD proof or tmn.
TV WILL BtraKLT CURB
By o using rnxa ACTION of aU ths organ
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off dlssase.
TH0U8AND8 OP CASE8
of the wont forms of thee tarrible diseases
havo been quietly relieved, ana in a short Unto
PRICK, i. i,ig,eii ua Dttr, nam hi drcogists.
Cry oan be sent by mail.
WELLS, RICHARDSON A Co., Burlington, Tt.
8 bwd Lmp tot vuj Almsuu for MM.
This porous p tor is
famous for qui
tod starry action In
oaring Lams Back,
1 unw f m "-'"vr:v,jrTn7:
Crick tn the Back, f id i or IW - tt714pta,
and Muscles. Boro VJJ, nsoothes-Strength-srubrse
',M Tlrtoss olhop eom.
,n. and Stimulate h"d, .pply. Superior to
;!,s.ndd.o'u.d A GREAT
p-i-tm. Botoo, Mm. - ..... "
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"uTi iiiiaiiiin 1 1 in ni.Th ss4 '
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