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mw; W-r -"1 -.'tr'WLV .tL "PSsasnoi r- -'T. ie-v r. "- j..,j3 5V' - ,'--" wt? - ,'-t!-S:-s-" IF " 'Si''? " ,. A " . '-r V A ??: yH-A- l"? 'feS&sSf-X s-yis. ' ,? s? iu? H &tHK r Li fe te- ,A ABOUT SESSIONS OF THE sVKQTiT.a- XUKE. We notioa that some of onr esteemed contemporaries are at it again telling tbe member of the legislatiue tnat two waeka tune is Bnffident to do aD the boamaaa necessary to be done. Reach meaamrmm wulinsr to let one or two men prepare the badness which is to be transacted and take the word'oc tnoee lose or two members that it was all right the legialatnre probably could get through its business and adjourn in two weeks. .Fortunately or unfortunately (and we think tbe former) mankind is so constituted that the average man is not willing to leave his duties to others to perform. A member introduces a bill, which in his opinion is just what it should be. This bill is read three times on three separate days and then referred to the proper committee. At the end of five days that oommitteef ter looking it over carefully, makes IS report, with such recommendations as it believes to be for the best interests of the state. The bill is then printed and laid upon the tables of the members and goes into the calendar under the head of "General Orders." To get the bill into this shape usually takes from two to three weeks. When the house gets ready to go into oommittee of the whole on "General Orders" for the consideration of bills on the calendar this bill, if it is the first one on the calendar, comes up for debate. If it is an important measure there are usually an average of twenty members who deeire to move amendments to or strike out tbe measure. After the de bate, which may extend through a week, if a majority of tne oommittee of the whole think it ought to be passed, a recommendation to that effect is made to the house. The bill is then" ordered to be enrolled for a third reading and in the course of three or four days, with good luck, if carefully watched, it may be ready to bd voted upon on its final passage. It takes sixty-three votes to pass any measure at this stage. If the reader can realize that there are 125 members of the lower house, 'every one of whom will desire to introduce en av erage of say fen bills, there will be before that body 1,250 bills that require eome action . 'With this in view the talk about adjourning in two weeks is simply pre posterous. F. P. Baker in Topeka Union. ArrOINTMENTS TO FEDERAL PO- SITIONS. A good deal of inquiry is being made as to the course which will be pursued by General Harrison, after he is inaug urated, as to the appointment of federal officers. Petitions are already being cir culated asking for the appointment of this or that man to office. We will give our views as to the course which will be pursued, and leave it for time to show whether we prognosticate aright or not. Those who suppose that Mr. Har rison will make a clean sweep at onoa after his inauguration, will find them selves mistaken. It is simply impossi ble for him to do it, and transact aright the other duties of his position. We may think as we choose about Mr. Cleveland's acts as president, there can be no doubt that he did his party and the country at large, a great benefit by the course he pursued during the first half of his term, so far as the federal patronage was concerned. We mean by thif, his generalfoourse on that pubject. He failed in this sometimes, but as a rule he did well. We have no doubt that General Harrison will do as Mr. Cleveland did. In the first place, cf course, his cabinet will be selected, and as soon as it can be brought about, with due regard to all the circumstances, there will be changes in heads cf de partments at Waahington,and in the min isters to foreign governments. As fast as the commissions of postmasters ard others whose positions are for a definite term expire, republicans will be ap pointed in their places. To adopt any other course would disgcst the great mats of the people of all parties and be injurious to the public service. It is not unlikely that this rule will be, to some extent, departed from in the case of poBtal clerks. That the postal service is in a rotten condition is univers ally conceded, and much of that rot tenness is due to the discharge of tried clerks, and the putting in of green and incompetent men. This must be reme died as soon as it is possible to do so. F. P. Baker in Tojieka Union. CAPITA I. 2JOTE3. Washburn college is providing its dormitories with fire escape ladders. Topeka sent no delegate to the gen eral assembly of the Knights of Labor at Indianapolis. L. M. Crawford has added tbe Har der Grand opera house, of Kansas City, Missouri, to the long list of opera housae under his control. O. K. Holiday, jr., who ha? been ap pointed secretary of the Venezuelan le gation, states that he will leave on De cember 1st for Caracas. An old farmer living alone near Waka rae reports having been beaten and robbed of $32.00 by two men who were partaking of his hospitality. The annual meeting of the Kansas academy of language and literature will convene in Topeka, December 27 and 28 at 2 p. m., Thursday and Friday re spectively. At a session of the members of the seventh degree of the national grange, held at the Copeland, Hon. J. J. Wood man, of Michigan, was elected as the presiding officar. Topska Journal: The North Topeka "; light and Power company has filed its tl' flhftltor Wl'h th iuraKr nr ofln "Vs frLI ;.. V. AMI. -1 tr ,;. a .. . aiu3 .m uw uiut eiecino Jigas ana soira -.eleotric power company organized in : that city. r JSvening Journal: Monday afternoon s brakeaianby the name of Fred Jescee, St 22 jaars of age, while witching seaoa tbe a .,& N. railway Maple horribly mangled. Ho was broagatfo the Book Iaknd junction last might and taken to Christ's hospital. Buffalo, Wilson county, Expraai: Tba Fredonia Chronicle has woodmned. Mr.. Dana published a good paper, bat lack of patronage oompelled him to qui. The editor says he baa lost some time and money, but gained considerable experi ence, the invariable result in endeavoring to ran a paper where the patronage ia not sufficient to support it. The annual contest in oratory at Washburn college will occur December 14. a W. Najlor, A. W. Brewster, H. D. Tooker, Ed. E. Felt and J. E. Errick son have announced themselves as con testants. The winner of this contest represents Washburn at the state ora torical contest, which will be held at tbe state normal school at Emporia in February. About twenty painters in the Santa Fe paint shops have been laid off, and it is said that this is the inauguration of a further systematic reduction in the force in the shop?, and in the clerical fores in the stors department. The force in the shops has already been r- duced considerably, but the demand foi economy makes it necessary to reduce the force to the minimum. The National Grange, with some oth ers who have attended the National Farmers congress, went on an excursion to Manhattan, Saturday, the 17th inst, where they were the guests of the Kan sas state Agricultural college. There were about 150 ladies and gentlemen in the party who united in expressions of satis faction of tbe enjoyable ride through a handsome part of Kansas, and of the noble educational institution which they visited. A party consisting of Hon. James W. Hamilton, state treasurer of Kansas; Hon. Ed. M. Hawkins, state senator; Hon- John Smith, warden of the Kansas state penitentiary; O. M. Foulks, claim agent of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe road; Byron Eoberts, treasurer of Shawnee county, Kansas; Boy Clement, chief dispatcher of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe road; Ed. Greer, editor of the Winfield Courier, and A. G. Staoey, representative of the Kansas City Jour nal, made a trip to Galveston, Texas, starting the day aftes the election. Bishop Vail has addressed a letter to the Wiohita dean, expressing his ragret at his course in discussing the question of selling lquor in Kansas, and particu larly in Topeka. The good bishop closed his letter thus: "The state of my health entirely forbids my entering into a newspaper controversy. But es a public religious official, I desire to be correctly understood, and as my name has been brought into this matter, I wish to state, it I have any influence upon my fellow citizens, that my own per sonal judgment and my vote are thor oughly in accord with the aoticn taken by our own state in the constitutional amendment prohibiting the sale of intox icating liquors in the open saloonr, and in full sympathy with the statutes en forcing that amendment, and that my own observation in Topeka, and exten sively elsewhere in the state, confirms me now and more in the conviction that the principle of prohibition is wise and just, and wherever enforced is largely diminishing the extent and evils of that sin of intemperance within the border of our state." STATK NEWS. Taloga Star: Appomattox, Grant c moty, is moving to Ulysses, the seat oi that county. O'athe Democrat: Ex-Governor John P. St. John; and family will spend the winter on tre Pacific slop?. Wiobita Eagle: John Jackson, a carpenter employed upon Garfield Uni vercity, fell a distance of 100 feet and was killed. Emporia Republican: Several hun dred walnut logs already dressed for shipment to the east have been hauled into this city. Taloga Star: Frank trask who had his ankle broken by bis horse falling on him about four weeks since, is etill at the Stanton house, under the care of N". M. Miller M. D. He thinks he is well enough to be taken home soon. The Atchison Champion says: It ie very probable that Hon. E. N. Morrill, being the senior member of. the house committee on pensions, and having dem onstrated his unquestioned fitness foi the place, will be appointed as its chair man by the speaker cf the fifty-first con gress. Frankfort Bee: The biggest fool with a gun is probably Mr. Staly,of Marshal, Kansas. Having a loaded rifle that he could not discharge, he concluded that it contained a ball but not .powder, so he placed the barrel in the fire to melt out the ball, the muzzle being in range of bis daughter's ear, whioh was soon blown off. From an Indiana Journal il is learned that Miss Lida Pickel', the young lady who it wil be remembered had a claim in the wt stern part of the state four years ago, and who during the terrible storm of that winter, waa lost in the snow three days and when found waa insane, died at the asylum in Indiana last week. Of all the grain growing states, both old and young, the most remarkable is Kan saw. She springs to the front in av erage yield per acre of the cereal crops, and her nutritious native pastures afford an inexaustible supply of -food for stock. There is scarcely one of her 52,000,000 seres that is not adapted to agricultural or pastoral purposes. At a ratification at Wheatos, Potti watime county, young men were gath ering material for a bond-fire and whSe doing so aaught to take soma of iSt from the premises of Claton Stone, ' ore keeper amf the postmaster, when Stone fired tore shots into the crowd, one hit-tinffEiwardlwralabeeinthekead.He may die. btosmm natter nomu The Dm Melees Hirer lands. Watdooo, Ia., November 20. United States Marshal Esmond, of Clinton, was in Fort Dodge last week procuring; writs of ejectment against farmers and other settlers em the Des Moines river lands. This feet has caused great excitement among tbe set tlers and dire threats are made should eject ments be attempted. Many settlers have spent all their means in contesting title to their lands, and should tLey be set oat with their families at the becinnine of win ter, they would have to depend upon charity for subsistence. Marshal Esmond has en sister! a large number of deputies, and the Iettlers are desperate over the oouook Should the evictions be attempted, blood shed will suraly result. "Man is bat a reed,' is a thinking reed." says Pascal, "but be A Radical Cure for Epileptic Fits. Th am Editor Please inform Tnnr nwfarn that I hare a positiyn remedy for the aboTe namad nunano wmca x warrant to rare tna wont cases. Be atrnnir is mr faith in the virtnnn of thi ttiiiI cine that I will send free a sample bottle and 'vmlnahle treatise to any sufferer who will giro me his P. O. and Express address. My remedy cas cored inoosonai or nopeieej cases. H. Q. BOOT, 5L C. 183 Pead St, Mew York. Pall-mall is an ancient game in which an iron ball was struck with a mallet through a ring or arch of iron. It gives the name to a ixHidon street. Great Little Men. Some of the greatest men that ever lived were of small stature and insignificant ap pearance. The reader will readily recall many instances. Very small are Dr. Pioere's ircrgative Pellets, bat they are far more ef fective than the huge, old-fashioned pills whioh are bo difficult to swallow and so harsh in their action. The "Pellets" are gentle and never cause 'constipation. For liver, Btomach and bowel derangements they have no equal. The belles at country resorts do not ob ject to deformity, if it only taxes the Bhape of a beaa-(leggtd) man. Congas and Colds. Those who are suf fering from Coughs, Colds. Sore Throat, etc, Bhould try Bbown's Bbonchiai, Tbo ches. Sold only in boxes. Dr. M'Cosh calls John Stuart Mill "the ablest exponent of intuitive truth in our day." Mrs. Parvenu says her new hou?e has all the modern conviences, even rheumatic tubes. To clean straw matting, boil three quarts of bran in one gallon of water and wash the matting with the water, drying it well. Justice Duffy, of New York, said ice was a necessity, and refused to fine a man ar rested for selling it on Sunday. Famous Women. It is a significant fact that most of the women who have achieved fame in art, lit- I erature, or "affairs" have enjoyed vigorous iiuanu. J.1113 snows vuai ine ixjuiu is never capable of the severe and continued appli cation necessary to creative work, unless tbe body is at its best. The woman who aspires to fill an exalted place among her associ ates, must be free from nervous debility and female weaknesses. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will banish these, and it is waranted to restore those functional harmonies which are indispensable to health. As a specific for all those chronic weakness es and ailments peculiar to women, it is un equaled. More twins are born in May and July than in any other months. The philosophy which denies the freedom .of the will has a baneful influence. The Common Lot. There is a place no love can reach. There is a time no voice can teach. There is a chain no power can b eak. Tbeie is a sleep no sound o in wake. Sooner or later that time will arrive, that place will wait for your ooming, that chain ,must bind you in helpless death, that sleep must fall on your senses. But thousands every year go untimely to their fate, and thousands more lengthen out their days by "heedful, timely care. For the failing strength, the weakening organs, the wasting 'blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery is a wonderful restorative and a pro longer of strength and life. It purifies the blood and invigorates the system, thereby fortifying it agamst disease. Ui druggists. Egg s-tains on dlvef can be taken off with table salt and a wet rag. v The Prealdent-Klcct Ihdianapolis, Ind., November 20. There were few callers to-day upon President-elect Harrison, among the most prominent being John S. ClarkBon, of Iowa, vice chairman of the national committee, and Governor elect Hovey, of Indiana, who arrived in this city this morning. General Hovey stated in an interview this afternoon that he would resign his seat in the house of repre sentatives to take effect January 1 and at nee return to Indianapolis, where he will i inaugurated January 14. Goff Claims His Election. Wmaxisa, W. Va., November 20. Gen eral Goff, republican candidate for gover nor, telegraphs the state committee that his majority in McDowell county is 174, and in Wyoming 122. General Goff also telegraphs to Editor C. B. Hart, of the Intelligencer, that he is elected governor. This is the first time he has made any claim. He says he will see that the will of the people is carried out. JACOBS OH 1NFLAMI The INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM. The Ex-Goversor of Ohio writes as follows: "ladorsetkeral tiabU remedy. SL Jacob (7 7?Aum4vAsm nnggifti r The Charles A. Togelcr Co., Baltlaaore.Xd. Diamond Vera-Cura FOR DYSPEPSIA. A rosrmx cuss res nvmsmios aan ia St if Tr M ArilnTbttaoM. Fer Druggi or Gcnevl Vcaler itia gel Vera Cttraor you f mot tUreadyinttoek,orilvClbe eat 6p ma.1 on receipt o2i etc (5 6aail.00l itampt. Sample to cm receipt of 2-eenl amp. THE CHARLES A. VCGELEK CO.. BaRiaert. Ui. baU ITnptuwn m4 Muniifuna, Oil a at fuel. BxivzsFaxas,Pa., November 20. At 8 o'clock this evening while an experiment with a patent process for using oil as a fuel was being made at the Beaver Falls Irom Works an oil tank exploded, terribly bam ingnxmen. Tbe inventor, RiohardYaaghB, U reported a fatally in jored. The mill was ablaze immediately and waa damamd to fire and wafer about $20,000. ' Complexion powders are act expfaeire. bat their dteaptivs qcality frequently brails a veraens isvcr u ap. s. -.t: and etker ',r S9 y& . "Xto cram ia maflrterade" ia Bran's rarer a lie. Bat it ia tbe trataaada wiasqaaiads mat Dr. Bell's Oeaga Ssrap tf'weiSMjaaaaaeoids. jto ears so speedy. Pneeiwti -are cents. - -', -; H Ton aaesdi have a lame horse, and have d every remedy withoet success, invest sweawy-nva eenta ia a bottle cf Salvation uu.' Bwttl care him. A. Kaasae Stfcl Centered. Htmanaeoa, Kan., November 20. Wfl- hamHawk was arrested here to-day for fftonniamfng within a stone's throw of the city marshal's residence. Hawk had an old threahias; machine engine whioh he kept urea apauuie tune ana he was supposed to be "" a ebon mixtare for fnmtinr hart. Thuhehaskept up for nearly a year and to-day it was discovered that ike was making and seUins a Door crade of whiskv. The still was taken porsension of and Hawk sent tojau. 95,00s) I3T PBXZBS is offered by the publishers of The Youth's Goxpudox for the best shore stories. There are three prises of $1,000 each, three of $750 each, aud three of J250 each. No oth er paper pays so liberally to obtain the very best matter for its subscribers. The pub lishers will send a circular on receipt of a stamp, giving tbe conditions of this offer. Tux Coxfabtox hss Two Million Headers a week. Every family should take it. Any new subscriber who sends SL.7o now mji receive it free to January 1st, 1889, an a full years subscription from that date. Those who believe that Leif , the Norse man discovered this country evidently want to make Columbus walk Spanish, ' Mothebs who have delicate children can see them daily improvo and gam in flesh and strength by giving them that perfect food and medicine, Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, with Bypophosphites. Dr. W. A. Hulbert, of Salisbury, III, says: "I have need Scott's Emulsion in cases of Scrofula and Debility. Results most gratifying. My little patients take it with pleasure." Sold by all druggists. Mm Stowe, the author of Uncle Toms's Cabin, is gradually falling into mental de cline. She is tenderly cared for by her children. 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Several delegations are in and there seems no doubt that the convention will be a grand success. J. 8. Emery, of Lawrence, will probably be made temporary chairman. If ribbons need renewing wash them ia cod sods, made of eoap, and iron when damp. Carer with a dean cloth and iron over it. HOW'S THIS ! ' We offer Oae Haadred Dollars Bswsrd tat mm of uasacm mat chbk ve eataa By Bail's nmtarrh Cnm. F. J. CHEMKY & CO- Prop.. Toltdo. O. Wei the lssdeniu-ea. save mown t. J. rWay for the tart 15 yean. an belkve hint parfaetir honorable ia. aU sesiaa-a tfarir iioVa.aat-1 tar-"-"? g eatryoBtamyob. LfTSwSiZ' Orawaa. Toledo. HARTFR'a BlTTLE m ivliu H FILLS. LjJH .Mi t.EBM. OasUst, ToWo Mats eWs7i?Qsjwtaaisas-asllrsil3av ePlBps . " TS Ringing ?v la U ears. sometUaese nartag; Baasiag seas, or maafptacUke tha report of a'ptotol, an caaael by catarra, taat ezeeedrBaly diaaareeaMe a4 very cosmos! deaaaT Lom of mH ot aeariac also re salt froat catarrh. HootTi SarsaparUIa. tte sreat Blood aarlfler. 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