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Daily in Conference with the Lead
ers of His Party.
Q3B0SIE AID 800TT AT CAJTOS.
taaar.er. aavtnc: Tha Cccecr&tle pap
ty ts the bimetallic party. We have rot
the rn niaatioa ana Mt eeme beck
to oar anctMt principle. There may
WHITE VS. BLACK.
be few gold monometaUiSts who may Darn War CtarAaul in Arlraneaa k
loach off. but there are enough Mrc' Ke WW. ,n Arkansas by
lusts to Join us to take their places. I mi vvnuea.
ash Members af tbs Hat tonal Bewebllraa
far Infants and Children,
n7l OTHERS. Do You Know
I VI Bstemaa's Drops, Godfrry's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, sad
Tn"Vt T- "i frireMMrra nmmpMlll nf op4ira rvr mrm-phin-1
tut Von Know that opiora and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons t
no Yog Know that la most countries druggists are not permitted to sell
narcotics without labelling them poisons r
Do yog Know that you should not permit any medicine to be gives yoar
child unless yoa or your physician know of what it is composed ? i
Do TOT Know that Cantoris Is a purely vegetable p. jauatkm, "and that a Bat
of its ingredients is published with every battle f
po Yon Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. BasfTTax.
Pitcher. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is .
sow sold than of all other remedies for children combined?
po Yon Know that the Patent office Department of the TJnited States, and of
cither countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to nse the word
m caatori a and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense?
Po Yoa Know that one of the reasons for granting this gorrrnment-protcctioa
was because Castoria had been proves to be abeolately bjumUllT
Po wlrm Know that 35 eweragje doses of Castoria are furnished for 33
centa, or one cent a dose ?
Po Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your childrea
will be kept well, and that yon will have unbroken rest ?
4Aetl, theac ttilrig-a are worth knowing. They are facta.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria:
' tt tnmw cornier, tt ansnav stsist. Mew vows errv.
Health Is the Sunsblae of Home. Have yon got
It? If not, consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the CMoago Medical Institute Permanently located la Deveaporv low
JTarasriy Clinical Proressor ts tweef OUGaiei
landtag sMdlcai colleges,
DU. J. K. WALSH,
Lata of Cckwge, tniasjlj
St. AatteaT atojpttaU
NERVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness, threatened la-
sasUy, weak memory, mantaj telostooa, or any other aoadiUoa no to nsrvoni szhaasdoa.
CATAlilUI Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bbonmstlsm. Scrofula. StduIIIs. Blood.
Kidney, I.tver and Bkln dlMses eaa be quickly sad permanently cared by oat advanced eye-
tarn of medicine.
VA&IUUCbLK is the most active oaose of nervous debility. WT treat
month with others when we tvarantse yon a panasaaat can) hi asvaa says by ex palaissi
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult as
We nsve enred tniny cues given np as hopeless, and ws msy be able to core yon. Bunrteal
wb'vruiiu p'nurnivu . juur iiimi n Qi'w. aononunsi ana Drain surgery a specialty.
OUR CREDENTIALS and Testimonials are the Best The numerous ao
KDOwieugemeriia we nsvt received rrom the awtapers for ear remarkable earas hi both
medical ard snrstsa eases Is proof conclusive that our aavaaosd methods caw whsnt all
ethers fail. Therefore, do not wsste time with outers, but aoosnl vis at once ami taenia
your lost hearth . There is a stage in every disease that yon eaa be enred. Have yoa passed
that stare f If sot. do not experiment any longer, bat c mean ns at once. Fuithenaore, wt
offer ll.HOO to anyone proving our credential" false. Ws make It so object for yoa ss Invss-
VlUf HU UUKI llwaUM VIA VI VI eUW S U1T HVSOSIUWB.
If you cannot call, writs
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ONLT CURABLE CASES TAKEN o
Hundreds oursd by ssaU. Boars t to It, I to t, 1 to S.
OFFICE 124 W. Third St. MoCulloug-h, Building, Davenport, Iowa.
FOR THE FALL SEASON
He? Flcturo Uouldlnrjo Jtxst is.
Adams Wall Paper Co
no. 31 v and 314 Tf.nt!th strwit
SEIVEB8 & ANDERdON
Contractors and builders
Ftajares ow the Keat Meaas Deawr
Woatea Bes; Mrs. Bryaa So Tlstt Theas
wtth Her Basbaad Cockretr View erf
His Party's Mataa XcKlaley-s Kewtacky
Plorallty Is 57.
Canton. O.. Nor. IX It was a brisk
pare fhat Major McKlnley set National
Republican Secretary William M. Os
borne yesterday afternoon. The two
men started out for a walk. It was the
first time the president-elect had gone
afoot down the business streets of Can
ton on a week day for several months.
He was greeted wiltb smiling faces ev
erywhere. The ruddy glow of quick
ened circulation, a sound constitution
and good health marked his face as he
walked upon the porch of his mother's
borne, after stepping off a good mile.
Mother Nancy Allison McKlnley and
her most distinguished son, call on each
other daily. General Osborne is a cou
sin. from Boston now, but lived in
Ohio twenty years ago. and Mother
McKinloy was delighted to see him. as
well as her "boy." The cousins walked
back to the cottaare with the dirt lawn
packed by the feet of the visiting mil
lion, and were soon joined at dinner by
National Committeeman fecott, of Weal
Brltevea the 80IM Moata Is Brake.
Mrs. McKlnley and lira. Merrick, of
Cleveland, joined thm In the dining
room with Captain II. O. 8. Hcintand.
one of the McKlnley household home
from Columbus, and made up a merry
party, in the evening In the cosy li
brary a bright open grate fire shone
upon a group of frtonds who talked
over campaign events with Major Mc
Klnley until aftr in o'clock. National
CommitteemanScott firmly believes that
the south to permanently divided polit
ically. Among the many thousands of
messages received most Important
among yesterday's was one from Hon.
Joseph W. Babcock. chairman nf the
national congressional committee.
Washington, saying: "I have the con
gressional campaign wound up. the
bills all paid and a little balance loft in
the hands of the treasurer. We have
elected 101 sound money Republicans.
two sound money Democrats. 14a Demo
crats and Populists, and six free silver
Republicans, with three districts In
doubt one from Wyoming and two
from South Dakota."
Bring as Joaw Givea It I'p
Hon. James K. Campbell. ex-Demo
cratic governor of Ohio, whom Major
McKlnley defeated in 1S91. said by
wire: "Inasmuch as Chairman Jones
gives it up. I presume a Democrat may
now present his most cordial congratu
lations without fear of party disciullne.
Both Mrs. Campbell and myself Join
with many of our personal friends In
wishing you a happy sojourn In the
White House, and long life and pros
DEMOCRATIC GA1X IX THE HOTSE.
Total of Twenty-Three Heats, the Populists
Galahur Finer a.
Washington. Nov. 13. Matters are
pretty well settled here as to the com
plexion of the next house of representa
tives. Full returns from all the states
show that the Democrats have made
congressional gains as follows. Call
fornia, 1; Colorado, 2: Delaware. 1
Idaho, 1: Illinois, 1; Indiana, S: Kan
sas, 1; Kentucky. 1; Michigan. 1: Mis
sourl, 6; Nebraska, 3; Ohio, 4; Penn
sylvania. 1; Tennessee, I: Utah. 1
Washington, 1; total, 30. The Populists
have gained votes in California. 2: 111!
nois, 2; Indiana, 1; Kansas, 4; Michi
gan. 1: Missouri, 1: Montana. 1: North
Carolina. 3. and Washington. 1; total.
16. The Republicans have gained three
congressmen In Maryland, one In VI r
ginia, one in New York and one in
Louisiana; total, C.
The net Democratic gain of votes.
therefore. In the next congress ie 23
the net Populist gain Is 15. and the
net Republican loss 37. Utah's repre
sentative adds one more to the total
number. But two gold Democrats were
elected and the net gain to the silver
men. therefore, combining both Demo
crats and Populists, is 38. One of the
Republicans elected In New Tork Is
James J. Belden. an Independent, who
defeated the regular nominee, but who
Is withal a stanch Republicsn. Oeorge
W. Murray, the colored Republican
member from South Carolina, has been
defeated again by Colonel Klliott. A
contest may again be expected, since
he was successful last session. George
H. White, of the Second North Caro
lina district, whose election will not be
questioned, is a colored man.
WAJTtTO 8 EE MR! BETA!.
We will keep up the fight of course. I
We shall make It from now on. as we :
have Hi the past."
Senator Cockrell would say nothing
about legislation In the coming ses
sion of congress, saying h had no Idea
of tbe intention of bta friends on the
WILL FIGHT FOB THEIR RIGHT.
SasTvaclM Tired a
ging Polltieal Favors.
Tofieka. Kan.. Nor. 13 The Kansas
Kqiial Suffrage asmriatlon. now in ses
sion here, announces that the women of
K.insas have grown tired of begging
this or that political organisation for
favors, and that they propose to lie-
come a livtlv factor in Kansas polliim.
The association has adopted a reeolu
tlon which declares:
Henceforth, we deem It must be ex
pedient for all true suffragists and
every stiff ra ire association In the state
to do all In their power to defeat every
candidate fr office who refuse to de
clare himself openly and honestly In
favor of th- right of suffrage to every
adult citizen of this republic, without
lrard to sex."
It was also decided to ask the Incom
ing state legislature to grant to Kan
sas women presidential suffrage.
rUrMF. SHAVE IX KF.STI ( KT.
XX6E0 QUA1TEM HADE A TARGET.
Riddled wHh Ballets aad a Waanaa
Swt-Teaabls Cawed wy tW
f latten to Us Rlgw aff Earalag a l
FiIssbsi Jawt Famsjd Gallly at
Tries aa liiiasi aatf Is ansa t
MrRinle Ha fcnl SST tiaratHy la taw
Hlar Graaa Stale.
Frankf.Ml. Ky.. Nov. IX Returns
fmm all of the 119 cnuntb-a In the
state have leen reported at the oltW
of the secrvtary of state. n the Na
tional ticket thcr show a total vote of
H.Ynon. M-Klnley" vol Is 2;i..: Pry
nn'B SIT.;. M.Kilry's plurality.
The returns are in rut h earlier than
usual and it lr. pmltaolr I hat the ran
raising board all) begin Its work rlih
in a few days.
Haass Rrtarsw te His Minn.
Cleveland. Nov. IX National Repub
lican Chairman M. A. I (anna, arrom
pnnlcd by his mlfe and daughter, ar
rived home f r un New Yih yesterday
Mr. Ilhnna cxprerstd h'niself as veil
pleased with his New York visit, and
lro la gratim-d at the Interest bring
teken In the prrj.K-t to cwfrnence st
once the financial lisrbt of n. Major
M-Kinl -y bavii.-t d'-cMed to tpone
hit visit lo Cleveland until heal Wn-k.
It is slated that Mr. Ilanna will prob
ably go In fan I on on Sunday to see
The Way t .sacral Palmer '(.
Sprbiglleld. IDs.. Nov. 11 Some nf
the ncwHpsiers are asserting that Sen
ator aimer "bolted Ihe Indianapolis
tkket at the late election and voted
for M Klnb'y. This Is not true. The,
senstnr himself Is authority for the I
statement that he dM not feel like vol -InRforblmslf.sohedld
not rotefor presi
dential elector at all. but voted for the
stale ticket of the gold standard Inde
pendent 1 eimcracy.
Ie Thh the M assarts owl ta mtaa
Boston. Nov. IS. The Rnpuhlirnn conn-
cilor and state official here are in a fut
overthe election of I-uk R. Alien, s ne
gro, to a mi -a I In Ihe executive conncll. Al
len has refused all off. rs to rr eign aud says
he will tsku his sear if Wolcot is in
augurated governor. He will represent
one of Boston's miwt aristorratk sectlona
slabhlaR AaVay at Lead vU la,
Kldorado, Artu Nor. 13. The srhlu
and colored laborers employed at Haw
thorne milla, twelve miles aetata of
here, have been visaing a race war
since last Monday. The whlieawtso are
largely outnumbered by the we gross.
declared that the colored enea shall not
declare that tbe colored rnea shall not
be permitted te work In tbe mill, and
warned them ta leave. The w gross
did not go, and a number of white raea
whipped a negro. That night a car
and several tents In wak-h the negroes
were sleeplrut was aarrounded
armed white men and over tea snots
were Bred Into the car and tents. Mow
many negroes were hurt cannot be as.
cenalned. but II Is known that a wom
an was fatally hurt.
Tbe shooting Is thought to Have been
more for the purpose of frightening the
negroes away, aa when It ceased they
were again warned to leave under tbe
pain of death. Wednesday there was
further noting, the nature at whWh haa
lot been ascertained, but the sheriff
baa gone there with a puss of deputies
to reslnw order. Th mills are Mle.
neither whites or blacks being at wot,
A report reached here bile last evening
to the effect that Ihe wounded Woman
died, and that aettous trouble was Im
minent, aa the negroes threatened ta
avenge her death.
Mny tbouund dollars
vortb cf valuable article-
suitable for Christmas
gifts for tbe young; awH
old, are lo be civcri lv
smolcer cf Blackuc !'s
Oenuine Durham To
bacco. You will find
one coupon inidc catb
two otmee bap, and two
coupons inside each four
ounce bag of Black ell's
Durbaiu. Buy a bag of
tbis celebrated tobacco
and read tbe coupon
wbicb gives a litt of val
uable prefents and Low
to ret thrm.
BBkw BaPr ajiis.. a,
STCRY ABOUT UMCOLbJ.
Tetla sat trtsier
Asmlhvr tlae for the Imuarrata,
Columh.is, O., Nov. 13. The nflirinl
vote ccrtlrlod lo the secretary of stale! dcr, is lying at Ihe point of death In Ihe
Btm.E with rtrrLK rnirrra,
I'M Saar Mate aWrMTa Party RHtaTwwta
a FIsrM Ml Tea.
St. Iui, Nov. IX A rie lsl to Tbe
Reputdlc from Italian, Tra says:
lirputy I'ntied Htatea Marshal Krwln
an I pnass. arrived In iHiltaa yesterday
from a scoot In Ihe Panhandle after
Mexican ratile thieve. Kiwln elves
details nf a battle In Childress county.
T-., In whhh two Mexlrana were
killed and two Texans wnunded. The
Mexicans had commit td numerous rnw
berles and several murders In Colorado
and New Mexico, and had been pur-u-d
Into western flahoma and ee
raped Into northern Texas. In the
Kiowa and Comanche rex rvstkms of
nklahoma they stole tip wards of fifty
horses and several head of rattte.uhk-u
they rushed through Oreer county Into
Tbe Indiana, who followed the Mexi
cans, solicited aid nf the sheriff stf
Chlldreesi county. Tea., who with a
noase of depclics and tltiaena overt..
the Mexicans last Saturday fieiiHm,
The Mexicans were armed with Win
chesters and pistols. Near the bound
ary or Childress and Hen enenUea a
pitched battle took place. In which two
nf the live Mexlrana In tbe band were
killed and one wounded. The latter es
caped. FATE MORS 41 nT THAW THE 41 RV.
Maa J net Fwaad Gsdliy of Harder Raw
aad Is Fatally aba.
Torkvllle. S. C. Nor 13.-M. R, Reeae,
a prominent Htlsca convicted of mur-
Ail tuiits of
OtBo and 8hoo 711 TwwlUe atraat
wsaarst nhsag eons ea shoe ssUca
huMeiaj mi isaieiisbls. awattry.imkdlag isslslas. Only asanrisnlnmj
Ueoesst drags shialisaassa. If yvawsswtaa ssst,ast
Dr. Pod'o Pcnsocl R3
They m seomst, sala asd eertala la i
'aatat. beat aajvkare, ais, v
lor bale by A. J. Keiaa, druggist, ftoek Is! aad. I1L
leaver Women lavlta Her lo A
Her Hoabaad There.
Denver, Nov. 13. Denver women rep.
resenting various social and political
organisations, have sent a pressing In
vitation to Mrs. v illiam J. Bryan to
accompany her husband to Denver on
the 24th Inst. Their letter of Invitation
says: "Never before has the wife of
any presidential candidate been so in
timately associated with him In the
minds of the people.
"Colorado women have read of your
faithful companionship, of your wise
counsels, of your Intelligent compre
hension of the questions of the day.
They know you as the devoted wife
and mother, the intelligent and ad
I ranced dun woman, the a tie repre
sentative of their sex, of whom they
are ail proud. They long to greet you
i their own beautiful city of the
plains, and they beg that you will re
consider your unfavorable decision tele
graphed to Denver yesterday.''
CoCUEIX BELOXca TO THE PABTT
It Is the Olfcer Fellows' Bo Says That
Are Oat la the Cold.
Washington, Not. 13. Senator Cock
rell. of Missouri, returned to Washing
ton yesterday. The senator was a
member of the executive committee of
the silver league which organised the
gat that carried tbe Democratic son-
rentlOB for silver. The senator when
asked if the elver flfht was to be con-
shows truit John J. L-tiiz. I momit. Is
elected representative in the Twelfth dis
trict over lion. H. K. WatMtn by forty-:
FARMERS' CONGRESS ADJOURNS.
Iterllars ta Indorse Ham Allertaa for See.
rrtary of Agrienltorr.
IndianaiMilis. Nov. 13. The farmers'
enngrers adjourned yesterday after
noon. President Clayton and the other
officers hold oer until the St. Paul
meeting, being elected for a term of
four years. Friends of Samuel W. Al
lerton. cf Chicago, were worried lie-
cause of the throttling of a resolution
indorsing him for secretary of agricul
ture. When It was seen there was a
strong opposition to him because of Ihe
interests behind him Allertnn's friends
withdrew a second resolution whit h
had been prepared to place before the
congress with the motion that It hr
pasacd under a suspension of the rubn.
On motion offered by J. uutrk the
congress pen fined the governments!
congress to restore Ihe sugar bounty of
The committee on resolutions re
ported in favor of the following resolu
tions and their recommendation acre
adopted: 'That enngreas provide an
amendment to ihe constitution to grant
to woman Ihe right of suffrare: that
the Farmers' National congrews Is in
favor of I h"m franchise for woman In
municipal, stale and national mailers;
that Ihe poetoffii department forward
Ihe net torment of mail facilities lo
rural communities; that lh United
State, enngreMi take meiuuires lo pre
vent the spread of hog cholera and
other a sine disease; that the national
government take active measures to
prevent undeairable Immigration. Also
resolution favoring the creation f
a national department of commerce.
Tba Moaoa Revwlvrrshlp Caee.
Indianapolis. Nov It. Jnlxe Woods,
of the United Stales court, has made
an order extendinx the receivership In
the case or John T. Mills. Jr.. saint
the 1-ouiavlUr. N.-w Allanv and Chb-a-
go railroad to the case of the Farmers'
Tvwn and Trust company against the
railroad, both of which last
named rases aere tiled vesierdar.
office of Dr. Miles Walker, w ith a bullet
In bis head. The trial of M. It- Reese.
Daniel Lucky and Mrs. Anderson for
Ihe murder nf Charles T. Williams
came to an end last night. Th Jury
retired at S:4e o'clock and returned
t o'clock with verdict of guilty and
rscommedaiion for men y as lo
Reese and Lucky and no! guilty as lo
Mrs. Anderson. Deputy Sheriff S-eg
gins started with the prisoners to jail.
Just after reaching the sidewalk
Reese attempted lo run. Neither of the
prisoners hsd twen handcuffed, and
Scroggins a as In charge nf horn. He
followed the fugitive a few steps, but
fearing l.ixky might also attempt to
run he drew his revolver and lld
Reese to halt, trttt the la Iter continued
to run. When he reof bed Ihe middle
of the street S-rngv1ns Bred. Reea
spun amund and fell in the ditch. In
vest last ion showed thai be had fneei
shot In the back "t the head. Ills
wound Is serious.
FIGHT 14 A l. m II I F. tl4ww.
Five Mea Raises Rao Me Ttecm-ae
a-river. Nov. 13. A spelal lo The
Time fmm leadvllle, Colo., saya
Oghl occurred In a saloon at an early
hour yerlerda morning In whbh live
men were slabbed, and one, at least
will die. The Injured are: Stephen
Frsnkowlix. wound fatal: Jerry lr
mandv, wound srless; Jnwph A
terms n. badly rut: John Jason, badly
cut: unknown man. wound
FlftTn or tmrntjr men were encaged
In the affray, whk-h was aa outrvne
from the miners' sink.
A party of Austriana,
ployed in Ihe smelters, were followed
Into the saloon by a crowd of strikers.
I who railed them sv-alsv The Aostrtans
resented this and a fight began In
which only knives were used. When
the pollco arrived all tbe fighters had
emaprd except tboae she were so had
ly wounded that Ibey could not fl-e.
Th Aostrtans are union smelter nwn.
but were mistaken by the strikers for
Fitter Net alloc ar !'.
St. Ix.UiB, Nov 13 -Joseph II. Mef'ul
Isch. editor of The f;iobe-tcmotTsl.
'tlMi4 I.. teMie lo this ellV by
Mis doctors say bis
Tbe lust tins I ta4 Mr. Irtnoia."
said Senatw Palmer 4 lUiaias, was
In IMM, whcsi I went u tn-uuU H ta
tstada4ltod la tbe ImT. lie was ailvady
rersiula.d as a w liitf fnader. lie Worn,
I Iietils1, a sail! 4" litieef taaiisT
thai sild ed have tsa wsih tixsv-
I baa As, ttea tm looee stays, 11m lst
lines I aaw lulta la I cts-aaiy 4
IM'.i. iad csaue lo U aKuflia, s4 tile
tetfe4 liar 'tveitxa. t Hajilaia
bat lllisxes a4 Is Jiie4 iia I..
Otso I.mj few imh. I saw Mr. fL)tt(.ln
ior aftt(Mt, and lee akod sue to itat
mxmtn la tbe tteMi itig. The steal ttsirn
tug I sal IM Its autrsan while seven a1
snicers were rrvvivxt At ksauth I ts
tuM lo eaiiee the ttwieit 's ruuta. Mr.
Lttimhi was In the hands 4? lis ImhIns.
'Oar in. I'alttrfa. Ie cslk-d sail.
'coana in. louro b'saee tolas. ai.
shave beforr yoa. I mai ids I t4w thtaa)
otbitis and I have lo do it snene titu.
w e c hat ted atssat artsas sustiota.
and at srutfih I said. Y4L Mr. Um
coin, if atiylssty Itnd uM turn that ta a
Kmal crisis 1 se this the crile Wars
got iut ti a littbi csrjp tusos ir-a end
fnt kout a tase teorno lawyer lor tJtwsl
drtit. I jMmI (save tuelievnd It.
iir. Lstsnuln wi.lt ted atat ta Ills
tiisir. kls tana while with lathcy and a
towel eud-r his cthta. At first I ihoabt
be was angry, r-aeetm g the list ttnr
away, be hwis 4 tot a ard. aud. filoittg
one Laud tuy kieee, ewtd .
'Nciioer would t, hut it was a lime
wis a mum with a poll y )d liave
beoM fatal lo the cxasnlty. I have ncvor
bai a p"iiy. I Lave single t4 tod U hi
w list aeetund Im4 rail day as eteoh dsy
oatur. ' "New Vlt Sta.
t.lrl I wargeo r a HiatoHowl gsrsiv,
i'tes.i. N. Y Nov. Kaany Rebn-
Iw-'d. a uwliy 11 II years dd. ti
n l.c4 In Ihe o mil jll n ili-
ihr-fge ..f n ui.l.r in IHc l.rnl degtee
Ira Hilnisiering arsenic lo tao mall
cti'Meen f sn,i Kl.'H. : mixt.
hJrr4 nil r.V ss.
I MS V AP.KCThT
ea r I loan. sot.
is Ven. ?Ce I
eai .a' S' aB4 per MM1.
sM-.wtitWi 'or t',.'!, iti
rS'-Ss;' la hi si. wtls s.tasl
a Ixil'-i , it, ml SWftnii Iwr
a i4 1-J itiC1, r a tie oars:
ns-tel taie. rCetW all wSisX. saoa-
awrnal Mil-. ! .
Ntf eeerS, ,... t,s at Imm
liter, tfm. Ilsk-aa owllsr,
t'le1 Male, g'Oersweji lel erss:
I'e reresee-1. . 4 eeo4. O lia ' r-W
I. IIIH 4-eaHs. Ille:4s rMer.
ed I sa 4s et twts lfi rezielorsL s;
l itii-of "a. ii
4wsraw4.ealo aod Pro twee.
rf a. Rev tt
f'l Webr w-re tlie H'itatiw mn Sue
Boar of Teatelotsv WlMtel - Vorewil,r.
ae I se4 rWI woltia': esskr. eieiel
,s-, iw wis-: Wev. oeoel at',
S'. I 'm-u- N'o'eamw. ee-as sm4 .4
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t4 ; Jaaaaey. ejoe S4 at.eineel S4 iiji.
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bM H'SI-s'liM 4vr eossHe
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ajwisltrwacS pn4lag. SlIeAie sale. I
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li.ar. w4aUoas eau-4 at ft a cao
toestea abowiar twi't miAl csvl ti
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N-we aa4 IassW EstHaa'el eoi.ts f.c
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f i f :.Tasan i aativ.
bi ii '" smsi
Votloe erf Flfial Retttemcfil.
at ssaaud Fowler, (lowiasea.
William H. MeDoel Is, by this order, serious time,
made the receiver In all Ihree esses. I eon d I lion la very
raatran Raa tat. tw. tieooad. I tVowW Tats!
Kansas CHr. Nor n-rv-4 t.t' Reefer sos keasrtt detarj srwarS for asy
Jnrv haa iBdirtorl Frank Hndaoa. Artbnr esss of Caiarrk that easwst as cared by RaU
ti Kimhcrry and WUltam J. McCurry. ir.W .
srecrivelv nresideot .nlesse. P. J.CHKUBT CJ Pros', Tsieoa. tlhae.
tary of the Hodenn-Kimberty Printing' Wa the ausorsgaa I. asm kaswa T. 4. CVs
eempany. for tuauibutinsT advertisinc asy foe taa last 1$ years, end believe Bta pie-
cards on which hsd been stamped the Im
firiot n , ' piw fiieee
PsMIs SMiUne a tieeeity srlsea tlol tlar anSne
SlfSMl, 44 eos triif.4riHtillratot, iae line
y Dwe iM eiHtl o-ewt ae aiienMMi
as ears 4s Ue eeiiiny euiie) .
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ent-e-a ey sei4 cwurt awton-Hic rs eniS n
eniet. ejnwNM ,iliii mhis Hh-o'Im ie esu-e ia om,
eom-sir es sSmati em or w-toee 4 lie rjiti See
,0 h .enW . A . I. , st.S swHilter litial aii
SHvoalMisaiSeeMsri, 4he eaiS liyms lirnrewfli
aek 4nrai 4 illeiellMitlini siil will aloe see
t.. liei--4. All pwiao aiweO'Siofl aes aw
luai sslaaa. III. 41. SB, ISM
Aen'.-lrsttc lbs HslateeHlisimiieoslex.Se
kea ssbeaeuanevv . 4
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ta 4HuTgwis ea. Patena Oerm Rugs em. te
eSiSertt of 44s simi-VMii levies s? P Srt4
sor SMwiMoa. 4lie aieiee oeVMiiilaM. SIno Iim
1 fiisee of eseioiSMis Ie aiiSii'HA'a aiii iiisi iiimhi Shs
i etiS SIMS' w touuirf stuns lie mismsiimnI, lievlng
' Smm l llae clerk's oSme Hie cieeult
f-eO elf emlS eaMHiee, shiIIiw Ie llMmHites beee
J lis gives 4 tin' el4 S'Hi tieiouiil S'l'lilleii1,
I Misl tlie reauilsHHHM tlle4 tils lilll euiex
! ilaieil sa Im aaiS ewmet os Ilia clieeifeef eriile
taeieHS as Uie IihIi Asy of Auyiiei, A. it. less,
ans 4 lies sssiiswis wee eiwiiMa timeioii smh eS
eai4 e.iuet. atien-la Saul eurt 4a eiew ifnlliiK,
ewismstiir on in am Msnssy Hi tas tnuulA 4
I Jetoisiy ei'rl.ae ie ay tew eeuumol
He, as less sm, 4u asis einaeelnesil As
feasant aleuea iisniiia. I'sWIi sernac
gnss, slisll sa-osttislly 4 sn4 a si oaf tnsievi
te eats SoHiM ewart on Hie Aral lar "f ile
IsmCI teew tneoMS.tn h- liiil.l.-s s Uih tslanit,
sol lor said emiutf. ea tbe treat giosuae Is
I Swisses SH'Si. an4 fili-ed, sneoair or deMnar
lie Vb ssis enmiileliistiiw villi ti snilsHH. 4lie
same ana lor aisttee lleseelii 4isnreil anS etwUMl
will iM-aaAns ae eenl,ieai'4 sn4 a le'nie enii'Si'tf
gsrnst joe eeeTd!iii m 4lw pray said bill,
Row IsnaA. ttU4-sS . Bm.te.
sn'aucvs A Baaaasuh.tiuaiiilsitrattt't aulislism
To tiaj Hr4wr,
Mitre House e.aJ
I1ht IVaU. nv
lr Hose. Iawu
Mowers ur at rlhiaf
la tbe Hard ware
line la fwnerel It of
1C10 Third Aveuue.
AUKNT rDB KAUUC tilCTCLKM
AO Worti OaarAaiaarl.
I fit TliJUII AVLMUK
curco as ir nr magic.
Vlftlaal of lost Maaboiit st.miid aea4 t
mn ! a lesia
IliM esiilalns bow
full tin lily l.rr
4e es-lly, ,irti:kly
reainroTL Su maa
fieri tig from
owal.asas ues at-
ford l ignoej. I Ulil
f nil eic-naih. As.
eeUy lowsrsMs la a' I baelarss Irsametlma, asd
xasaclany sals ts carry oat any efchcaUoas cads
Wise Tsoaa, Vbslamls Drernsva. Tssraa. a
between Staj Pointer and Patehen for ti'M. Tsmts O
v."- iht-h was so nsyvw nam' w-TTa tmsaeea Cam is
roars yesterday arvsroooe at IWlmeot, has t"" tfm yj, iTTl
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4Mass4B. TmtBmmis BWs.
Tbe Eansat nlisswaaa.
a IX ,ae
Rsy 4 smerer. f' 4My', ; sm. V4hat
r iis'eat. sswttamv.
atasr-paw ss aaasm, Itr4 Irash Cii no"f X
twttls si rhasj fay far ears Md saw sj aae , i -At
eswa eae MOieea, gfcsoswjn ealsm, Ac
! Sonne or ta
eeViiwiwilit and Inns S4S lmtia-w 4m eeary
ps-iloa um 4er4r. stem with 4oiiiva
i.i M4-inM.i4j i rut tumtit loaa an aaailajaiiuo.
cx n in r .:amTi rail.
S The Avma ssass
I TV y lor nrwus
1 T I prosuwtloa an
I I AU warvaus Ais-
Jl VS X esemof Wiegoa-
C t V. eeatles om
a- Vj ssttior w-a.
eena a Nre-eous
- r r I'resit sties,
aae ansa fcaisa, Faiiine or L-ea
iw KjTura. Ifeaiai
nirnur r.aiinekuaf .vutKB-
ort r. ersuesaive 4 ut 1.
i eowat of Aaawy
Children Cry for
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