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ru»- I'll «y J» U» w ilia,, We'^l 'Tson of w 4T. :uid is "v«| |)5 anil i ^f'ars, ,to* iWer^ mrJ ,s uri« if the ,'Tts aQd a* I'ginfii] modPu, ri('iHl writers W!*S bom in wont, studied IU !'"d Hlis a,l to the bar beb was 1!) yPaB rho»^i sua nv- inside of ''l»niri- it (#i entiolnj h* was from this til ten ypjjfj 10 LIBRARIAN! Public IJhi 'suit or pro ., »d Lis piftaj w ns bini! itch. sine* theoJjJ **it history •ation of a have been! A by Budl How's ThUt OFFICIAL NOTICE OF THK offer One Hundred Dollars reward any case of Catarrh that can not be ^.Hall's Catarrh (.'tire. F. J. CHKN E Y & CO., Toledo, O. *», the undersigned, have known F. J, ley for the la.*t 15 year*, and believa-" perfectly honorable in all business usactions and financially able to carry (any obligations made bv their firm. |IST& TKTA x, Wholesale Druggists, To 1°\ K INN AN & MAKVIN, nolwale Druggists, Toledo. (». iaJ Catarrh Cure is taken internally, ting directly upon the blood and mucous ffaces of the Bj'btein. Testimonial' sent Price Too. per bottie. Sold by ml] "gprts. Mi Family Pills, 25c. Property Rights Anion* Bird*. Birds and other creatures apportion 'earth among themselves just about man does, a WORLD'S FAIR AWARD TO Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. /ohn Boyd Thacher, Chairman of the Fwcutive Committee on Awards at the Col umbian Exposition, writing from Washington, to the Price Baking Powder Company, says: herewith enclose you an official copv ff your which in due time, will be inscribed in the Diploma, and forwarded to your address, unless other wist indicated by you" Thus are the honors awarded Dr. Price's Baking Powder at the World's Fair fully verified. On the other hand the claims to awards at the Fair by a New York Baking Powder are proven wholly false. Official records show it was not even an exhibitor. Wr, it because it rontnin^ Rotating the Garden. iere Is a decided advantage in oc ionally changing the location of the en. The crops In the garden re heary manuring. As they occu the land every year there is no ice to seed with clover, and tliy though rich enough, becomes too Ty for profitable working. Where lover sod is plowed under the soil iable, and holds moisture without iffiing sodden. Main farmers do think of chang'u.g their garden •t until spring. Then it is too late 'make the soil rich enough for gar ing purposes but if a clover ley is dressed heavily with manure in fall, and then plowed early in the •ng, it will be rich enough to grow kinds of garden vegetables. :b a plat of ground that had been uently in clover will be less weedy one that has been always} used a.s .rdea Ammnnin bear has boundaries pjond which his fellow bear ooes not jespass with impunity—the wild rab '"11 Rpe on your lawn in the moon- ?ht is the same little innocent crea ^ti °U *lave ^oon se(''1}X r.. ie 1 every night summer time—and even the W'i" that gathers the early worm his breakfast from your garden, H" show fight when another comes parauding on hi.s preserve. Nor does s last a year only, for there is good ,orico ^at the same bird will come .!a the claim it staked off the I previous.—Meehan's Monthly for Pec-ember. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 8ciatlca, Lumbago, Teaching? A Calf to DrlnW. There are just two things required In teaching a calf how to drink the first is a little common sense, the sec ond Is patience. The common sense comes in when you consider that its nature is to look up for its food sup ply, and If you touch the top of its head or nose you must expect its ten dency will be to follow up that di rection to find what it is after. Don't think a calf a day or two old can have a great amount of experience, so don't expect to show very much reasoning power. You must do that for them. When your patience begins to waver, just ask yourself how much more you knew when you were at the calf's age, and it may help you to credit the calf with a little sense and enable you to overlook a good deal that you might otherwise attribute to pure cussed ness. •'Hanson'* Maple Corn Warr*nt«*l to cure or money refunded. A*K fOUl drugtfiut for it. l'rica IS cento. mtST. JACOBS OIL=®u-Le? Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Wounds, Accounted fop It. Mrs. Dovey-Yonr friend Gablelgir* gray lialrs speak volumes of his past. Mr. Povey-—Xow I know what peoplt mean when they say that (Jableigt talks through his hat. The Home Life Inmrnnet Co. Of New York have Just, issued (ho most at tractive policy, combining both protect Ion and investment ever offered by any old line com pany. Cash surrenders. loaning feature, etc.. all absolutely guaranteed. I'rotUable agency contracts can be secured. Writf for particu lars to KKASK F. LOOMI^, Manager North western Department, 80C-9 Pioneer Press Building, St- Paul Cliauneey M. "Depew 1s credited wt+fi thf following remark sit one of his recent ban (liicts: "I have not grown an hour Jn forty vcars, liecause 1 love the girla as well at I ever did." am entirely cured of hemorrhage of Inniei by rise's Cure for Consumption.— Louisa Lindaman, Bethany, Mo., Jan. 8, '94. Hail Her Own Way, Mrs. Muchwed—I never quarreled with my other husbands as I do with you. Mr. Muchwed—I've Swellings, Soreness, Headache, Backache, nuintua, ..WHAT MORE IS NEEDED THAN A PERFECT CURE.... Coughs and Colds, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, General Debility and ftU forms of Emaciation aro speedily cured by Scott's Emulsion Consumptives always find great relief by taking it, and consumption is often cured. No other nourishment restores length so quickly and effectively. Weak Babies and Thin Children fire in ado strong and robust by Scott's Emulsion when other forms of food seem to do them no good whatever. The only genuine Scott's Emulsion is put up in salmon colored wrapper. Refuse cheap substitutes! Sendfor pamphlet on Scotfs Emulsion. FREE. •oott A Bowne, N. Y. All D'uggists. 50 cents and $1. only your for that. Mrs .Muchwed If they were thev would not contradict me. word her« Mr. uchwe«l Then I don't won del you never quarreled. All Ache9v Stiffness, Cuts, Hurts, Frost-bites. RACE WAR IS NOW OS. BATTLK M:R\VI:K!¥ WILL TBS AND ,NK(dUIKS l\ GUOIU.IA. The Whites, In Revenue lor n Mil** der. Kill Seven Ne«re»— Itoth Sf«le« It nine a Sni.ill Army and a RllC Untile Is Imminent. Quitman, Ga., Pec. 25.—The lives of seven negroes have been taken in the last twenty-four hours in revenge for that of one white man, and unless all signs fail utterly, n any more lives are in jeopardy. Two bodies of deter mined men, between 400 and 500 in all, every one being heavily armed, and each body about equal In nu merical strength !o the other, separat ed by less than a mile of country and liable to clash at any time that is the spectacle presented here in this county today. One body is made up of stem, determined white men, bent on revenge for the brutal murder of one of one of the best citizens of this county, and the other is made up of negroes, terror stricken and fearful lest they or their families be made the objects of the same fate as has already befallen seven of their num ber, and ready to defend themselves from such fate as well as they may be able. What the next twenty-fonr hours Will bring forth is causing great ap prehension. That there will bo an open clash seems very much more than probable at this writing. The authorities are powerless and practi cally no effort has been trade to bring about peace save by the idatives of the man whose murder is the cause of It all. On Thursday Mr. Joseph Isom of Brooks county, a most prosperous farmer and one of the best citizens, was murdered by a party of negroes, and it leaked out that the killing of Isom was a part of a plot to kill all the whites who were in the posse vihieh. a few weeks ago. arrested Jesse Jeff ret for the killing of T. Mouldon. Isom was one of the most popular men in the county. He lived ten miles north of here in a part of the county where the negroes outnum ber the whites, and the killing created a great deal of excitement. When it developed that the same gang of ne groes had sworn to kill other white men, the whites gathered together as if by one accord, and the work of death ami destruction began. The names of the killed are Sam Taylor. I-:ii Frazier, 8am I'ike, Hairy Kheanl, and three whose names could not bo learned. A reporter visited lite scen». Every cross road was found pickot*i with sentinels and every man in the county is armed to the teeth. When one of these race excitements occurs terror rules in the homes of the whites as well as of the blacks, and that w.as the ease in this instance. There are probably T.oo men under arms, covering an area of about live square miles, and a battle may i-ct ur nt any moment. KILLKD HIS FAMILY. Tcrrlhlp I)cc«l of n l.ntMkper at Van couver, 11. C. Vancouver. H. !•'. The roost horrible l.ratredy 'ever perpetrated in this city occurred here yesierday morning, resulting in the death of two, if not three, persons, (ieorge 1«\ Ashford, a laborer in the employ of the Canadian Pacific railroad, nas been a resident here for the past two ears, living with his wife and five children in the east end of the city. For some time past he has been drink ing heavily. He returned home late last night, and. going up stairs woke his wife, telling her that her end had come, and before she was half awake, he shot her in the head. Then the three-year-old child was killed in a similar manner, and then the nine year old girl, Mildred, was shot. The tvyo boys were awakened by the shoot ing. and escaped, giving the alarm to the neighbors. The tiend made his escape in the direction of Westmin ister. Seeing a car approaching, he threw himself in front of it. bufThe motorman pulled up in time to rescue him, handing him over to the police. FLAMES AT LA CROSSE. An $86,000 Fire Marked by Close Calls From Death. La Crosse, Wis., Dec. 25. By far the most serious lire of the year broke out in the show window of the J. O. Lance department store, being caused by a window trimmer stepping on an electric light socket, which caused a short circuit, ^uere was a flash and fire ran to the ceiling among the draperies in a second. The store was tilled with light articles hanging up and the flames swept through them with such speed that clerks were driven out without hats and wraps, while those on the second and third floors got out of the windows of the second story. Miss Harriet Lovejoy returned to the third floor for her cloak and could not get back. She hung out of a window waiting for a ladder, but her clothing began burn ing and she dropped into a basket, dislocating her hip and receiving oth er injuries, probably not fatal. WILL RUSSIA GET IT? A Con*!iiilon That Will Establish Parliamentary Government. Berlin. Pec. 2."!.—The Yorwaerts to day prints what it claims to be a draft of the new Russian constitution, Which the. people's rights party has prepared for Uussia. It provides for an imperial parliament and a diet in each province. Each member )f the Imperial parliament, it is proposed, is to represent .'5( 0,000 people, and to be elected by universal stiff rage. The czar is to remain supreme head of the state. DII'I:IT AIIOKS i si: IIVVIMITI IS'.cltiCIK Extiei I ace With low* Robber*, Davenport, Iowa, Dee. 25.—The safe of MeCTung & Henderson's drug store at West Liberty, Iowa, was blown open and $120 secured. The burg lars boarded a west-bound Hock Isl and train, paying fare to Iowa City. Meantime the robbery was discovered and the Iowa City police were tele graphed to watch out for the men They, however, landed in the outskirts of town and boarded an east-bound passenger, paying tare to Davenport. Conductor Donohue thought the men looked suspicious and telegraphed the Davenport police to meet the train. At West Liberty the train was board ed by the marshal. The robbers tired a volley over the heads of the passen gers, retreated to the rear platform and jumped off. One threw a stick of dynamite, which struck the train midway under the smoking car. The explosion smashed ihe windows and put out the lights in two cars but in jured no one. They evidently desired to derail the train to facilitate their escape. The marshal returned to West Lib erty. organized a pursuing party and a i»osse of lifteen men armed with Winchesters and shotguns started out. The posse found the robbers ar Moscow, who, seeing that they were surrounded and resistance useless, surrendered. They were taken to West Liberty and lodged in jail. KILL FJISKASIfi CJHit1S, The State Dairy Commission Favors PiiNtcurlxlnK -^11 Milk. St. Paul. Pee. 25. -The biennial re port of the state dairy commission was issued to-day. Following the financial statement, showing the dis bursements in 1803 to have been $15. 827.43 and in 1894 $14,017.22, the com missioner states that the legislature should enact a law compelling the pasteurization of all milk, so that bacteria and disease germs may be destroyed before it reaches the con sumer. He explains the system, which is thorough and beneficial. During two years the department has inspected 4.142 samples of milk, av eraging a percentage of fat of 3.031-3 —the standard in Minnesota being higher than that of any other butter producing state. There have been ten prosecutions for watering milk. GOERUK KICK COUGHED 11'. One of he Trl'i of Cuantcrfe'ter« (DIlfeXNCH. Minneapolis. Dec. 25.- (Ieorge Rio**, one of the three men arrested 0*1 a charge of passing cor.nterfi it money, has mad" a rather sensational confes sion. revealing one of the most dan gerous gangs of counterfeiters ever known in the history of Miniiesot:1. According to his statement 1 ver I thousand dollars in counterfeit .-cent pieces, f'O-cent pieces, silver dollar? and S2 bills have been distrihuv I throughout the state. In fact. Mii! neapolis has been inundated, with tin spurious coin, which. Iiice claims. wM made at Ollinger's home. 014 Secon I street norlheast A peculiarity in con nection with the making of the coi 1 Is the fact that it was till made with in a few doors of Detective Law rence's residence. KKIIKASKA'S STAR\I\i. Nearly Three Thousand Fnmillet Found to He l)e*tftoe. Omaha. Dec. 25. President Nnson. of the Nebraska state relief commis sion. secured a carefully [in-pared re port of the number of destitute fami lies in the different counties in thf state where there was a crop failure, as follows: Custi county. 250 faun lies: Perkins. 2t»»: ha so. 225: Dundy 120 Hitchcock. 250 ft^d Willow, 100 Hayes. 200: Frontier. 40 Furnas, 100 Lincoln. 700 Dawson. 45 Keith, 200 Deul, 20 Cherry. 4 MePherson, 40 Blaine, 20 Boyd, 150: Holt. 30 Ante lope, 30 Keyapana. 25 Knox. 25. Con tributions are coining in. but hardlj as fast as they should. The com mis sion has carefully ne ever the tield and none but the deserving are to hi assisted. SIGN OF THE CROSS Made by the Knlft* of a South Da kota Murderer. Dead wood. S. P., Pee. 25. Johr Clyde, a merchant of Lead, has jus been discovered, stabbed to the heart Some time ago he made an assign ment for the benefit of his creditors and suspicion is dirocttni to somebodj who has been disappointed in gettir.i o n e y e w a s s a e s o a i wounds made represented a cross. Tin sheriff and coroner have left for tin scene of the murder. There is greti' excitement, and if the murderer i: caught there will be a neck-tie party Almost a Murderer. Puluth. Minn., Pec. 25. Sherif Spalding of BraOierd has returned from (Jrand Rapids, having in custody James Cusie. the man who almos literally hacked to pieces .lames How ard, whom he had left for dead, bu who is still alive at a neighbor!i s lumber camp, with fair chances o pulling through. Dalutliian Downed. Chicago, Pec. 25.—A hot three-rount prize light came off bet wet Brown ley of Ch ica go and Thom i Barry of Puluth. Minn. Batty v*:t knocked out early in the third rount by a right-hander on the jaw and va ten minutes in coming to. Shouldn't Have Gambled. Grand Junction, Colo., Pec. 25. -W J. Quiun, ex-treasurer of Meca county who pleaded guilty of embezzling $l'i, OW of the county's funds, has beei sentenced to the jenitentiary for fivt years. Quinn lost the mouvy in DeUj ver gambling houses. fa Our Great Grandfather's Tlmt^ big bulky pills were in general use. Like the "blunderbuss of that decade they were big and clum sy, but ineffec tive. In this cent ury of enlight nment, we have Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets, which cure all liver, stomach and bowel derange ments in the most effective way. Assist Nature A little now and then, with a gentle, cleansing laxative, thereby removing of fending matter from the stomach and bowels, toning up and invigorating the liver and quickening its tardy action, and you thereby remove the cause of a multitude of distressing diseases, such as headaches, indigestion, or dyspepsia, biliousness, pimples, blotches, eruptions boils, constipation, piles, fistulas and maladies too numerous to mention. If people would pay more attention to properly regulating the action of their bowels, they would have less fre quent occasion to call for their doctor's services to subdue attacks of dangerous diseases. That, of all known agents to accom plish this purpose, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are unequaled, is proven bv the fact that once used, they are always in favor. Their secondary effect is to keep the bowels onen and regular, not to fur ther constipate, as is the case with other pills. Hence, their great popul irity with sufferers from habitual constipation, piles and indigestion. A free sample of the Pellets," (4 to 7 doses I on trial, is mailed to anv address, post-paid, 011 receipt of name and address on postal card. Address, WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDI CAL ASSOCIATION, Buffalo, N. Y. (jot Kwb. Hicks—Look out that the cook doesn't get even with you for discharging her. .Mrs. Hicks She has already told tha cooks on both -sides of -us that we couldn't afford to keep her. Two at a Birth. hi conjunction with the jst appearance of the infant, will lie Issued 11 new Alma* nae relating to Ilustetter's Stoinaeh Hitters, at Pittsburgh, by '1 lie Ilystotter ('uinpaii v, in English, (ierinan, French, We^li. Norwegian, Swedish. Holland. Itetie. inian and Spanish, and obtainable tree of ail druiigi-as and country dealers. Besides tht matter descriptive of the Hitters, it will '"n tain iieourate ealendar and astronomical *u eulati"iis. illustrations, jokes, verses, statifr ties aiul other interesting matter. It is said that the only lineal descendant of John Knox, the Scotch reformer, is member of the Congregation of the Holj Cross at Notre Dame, KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tlw remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect IaS* ative effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Dowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printedon every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed. yon accept any substitute if offered, Ely's Cream Balm QUICKLY CURES COLOinHEAD l'rice SO CVnta. Apply B»lm into each nostril. ELY BBOS., WWarren St., N.Y 500 liRrK*-' Nursery InUit 11 Oeor..- iK)* 8^4MBAl# HMTFEVEft SALESMEN ...WANTED... 1HEJK W Kl KSKKY COMPACT LIKE CITY, MI*ST. w.jrioitRiau jtlMdIUll Washington, D.oT A- I V U la»t war. 15. iuUudlctttlug clanus. at.y unce. Thomas K Simpson, Washington, PATENTS U.ijNo alt* S tw until l'atent ob tained. W rite for Inveutor'bUuide. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. In time. Sold by druggists. S. D. ti. V. No. 53—1894.