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. X libUcation. V wrfuasoay rooming t . a., at f bt charge. f ieL ani M d;sr.UBoal oatll 0J H r:br.b not Uk out thete J 4 ..poMibJe tor Vb b- LIf VT ' 6oBrr, Pa. oKrr, Fa. C 5" V, KSrr-AT-LAW t ! -7 KF.Tw , ' somerset. Pa. J. O. tx.Lf- -1 ,".,;.ur-irun KLI. AA- ' k'Vw'vi.SEY-AT-L rcersei. Pa. .inersK. Pa. " TT KNKY AT LAW. Somerset, fa .,,....:- Hark. s.jm'TWl, Pa., i- t..-M-t and Vo:niii. coun "V. ri.ra.u-J w 'alia wsil reieiv 1 "A. H. RcTPtL. I ,-;! TTTTI'FT siii.-r 1. 1 a. ,.,.,..,,.,, m their rare sriil be . v :'eT1ti'M to. 'ff.it ua J,'.' ,' '.,' Har.'.nv'th Block. 1 K'"VTZ. TI..I.VI--Y.AT-LAW. bi tneret. Fa., a-ri:- o vhut'e entrusted V -i ami adM.'.niiie coitmiea. -k.ii-s ii'M i, th Lourt NN'" "...KNtVATlAW nit rpt. Pa . t,r.ii:ii'i; :it Ixkiiiy. VBict V...K1VVF.1- (,.4;tV-Ai I.AW ?:ai r -H Pa, ... ei'trc-it d to hff i-are a; .. -MV-AT 1.AW. m-.eix-.. Pa. - vr..-.:. t. cj. iiirs. Kiitranee .-r. t t; .. ' i ii e'-ate ,; , 1.". i, ii. . ai. itTfi l'i1uw.av v- i '.H1." 1 1- '.t.J-I. AiiuitiS-AT LAW. r drnn, Fa. . . .r. tr.:nm- to ir ir mill be r.- : ; f - u.'t:'!e-i '.. "niie't:ini -. k !eifird and al..:'!:ir coun-..-hUi euijVr-yaiKiEfi u.-me on rea- AT7 . i-M-V Al Law. Simt-'et. Pa. ci (m Ag at. Off.' in Xaaimotli , :etine hay, . AlU't.St'Y-AT LAW, r-.iereL Pa. i f!i" T;t. W:V, attrhd to all :.-.ri-;i-i to fci eare wilh proispuwat i i.v u. n;i. AiK-i-NEY AT LAW. .ii:enet. Pa. rTrr: r:t-nd to all btine eutrurted ' a Vi, 'vsv.id ic txli--lionv 4.C Uf- . J. E. EILSlx'KEH, rHYSlClAVANI) fT R'.EOS. S ar.tu.rr. Pa-, t."fitr!ii: sam"r to tbe rit:ent ol i th:mij. vfiice in bieaecaer y H. S. KIM ME LI, 4 hi- r K'T-al prrT'ef to the Ht!rrn c t: fc,ut at ottt-e on Main Hi. uu.El;Ur,.VK.ER, --:..; t Mh'tT. ruficuc on . J. M. Ld'TIIKlU rmi'tN asi si K'.E".'?, ':: tT!:aJ;enUy In Somerset for the : j:-1 -.ia. oa.oe on liaJii at.-eet, .J.S. M'MIl.I.ES, yTU !W ift '-SUErf-) w al tf-r;ion loth j,nTTat .an o' u-. -tf . Art:V-j All "ril v .Tir-.ii A C-o. puce, coniM t-i -Jonx e:ei, cjxa:! in Cok Beeriu Block. it.v;:.-T. J ' a: : mr f.-TT-arrH ut do a'.l kinta I t i. t a i...ju:. rjiatuic eitra.-utig. f VvLi, a'; k ua.- a:, i ol ue b-.a '"i'Ai. A.I aura ".araulit4. k.m;llek f-T ,,j wmrici ;n w in wr ia' prmr- 3ieiet Countv Baitk. HaPF.ISON. K. J. PRITTS, f i: rxt. CasBrsa. ai. t. aJ puu u! the lnitJ stalea. CHARGES MODERATE. !!.! j-T.T.p:n.v.. I . S. hni'ti M-.-., i 1 a:ual.i.-- awurvd iK!.! HOI t MAV -ERCIIANT TAILOR. (AW, H'-ffe-i Piore.) l StyUs, HnJ Lo Ml Price. :-pACTlON GUARANTEED. --..-Sornerset Pa. I' ft Ttnt tM. . HUM EI MERCHANT TAILOR. -V.1'.'' r'r "Wtt r-e iitii h. lr-'ti' C.uar Kited, TSEUPG FEMALE CO'.LEGr t ' - . c and rt:w An. pu'.l a v . ' ' 'ki b.. , - ' .: ..';.L'"n""nr a.'-d ei ( ;" -u .,"''"' '''"'ti'l'fl. th.'luuv r-..u. "ut Jua iofortiam. i-1-- A. ti. .Vck.;,, l-rwdnt. rl.'-Ksrk'-Ai-tAW. soi-crset. Pa. r 1 lie VOL. xxxvin. -THE-FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF- Somerset, Penn?a. 1 DEPOSITS RCCCIVCO IN LANCE AND SMALL AMOUNTS. PAT A SUC ON DEMAND. ACCOUNTS MERCHANTS. FARMERS. STOCK DEALERS, AND OTHERS SOLIClTEO. -DISCOUNTS DAILY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: LaRrf M. IIkkb. W. H. Millea. Jxss L. Prn. Ctus. H. Fishes, John U Sort, Geo. R. Ft ix, JaNE E. LlESEIIKB. EpWAKD S.T1.L, : VALt.VTlKE Hay, AMjKLW I'AlikLll, : : : President Vke I'kesiuevt : : : Casiues. The fun.ls and feruritiea of this bank are ff ur.'ly prutwtmi in ao-lebrated Cor iss Kurp'ar J nxif fe. The only t-afe tna'!? alUii-!r I'arjrlar prixif. National Bank Notice. Tt.rii rv IarRTVET. t rnt-r or r.v.n.i i.r.rior ma n KF.tvrT. V HEREAS, l.y viiifi-trrjr evident pr- tn j--r " 1 it r ifi N.:H.twi Y !w'm- tfM;:, to liif dirtucu f ,f n. .merrt. ttt liie Oinntf ; -t.ieri and tfatr if JvnnvlvMii:a. ha tsm jined ih , tn" i'Mv;-utii of the MMtute. of the t ijjicd Stii tv.nirrl lo ie ctvTij.htrd with t I. ire an a-0.'ifc!iti t-ltA'A te aulbohicd u com iu'ff Ih- of hn.'ik in- NOW THtftEFORE. I, Edward S. Jirr, m .in n 01 lte 'i.r-ein y. do hen-hy cemfy ihm " 1 he irt N'.tiiiaitl luiik "f Somerset," In th fVTr;rh of -ifTt.i, in ihet'oanty of -mer-mi and m: cif ptiiiKylvan.a. i auihonaed to Nimii!rri-r tbe l-iirie it tnkir.r a tin-vidrd ji ?ltin Fifiyne hundreit aid nxty-nine of the Ut vised smuiuu of the t'tit(41 Staiea. In u 1 v irr. wnaeM my hand 'tL.l i wl of ocJ the ith day of Awrut, lft: K. P. I. ACT. No. -lirK). CoirptrulKruf U Cnrrenry. WM. HASLAGE & SON, SELECT FAMILYGR OCERS. A monthly publication of interest to every Inusakeepar, nuiled on application, When Visiting our Exposition, pleace drop ia to see us ; will try I to male you feel at home. Wm. Hasuge & Son. US DIAMOMD (Market Square.) PITTSBURGH. PA. jcaTion This eaeta i staoiMO roR mow acacceras euioc STOP! LO0I! LISTEN I EVERYONE WANTS TO KNOW WHERE TO GET THE MOST OF OF THIS WORLDS GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY? -WE HAVE THEM ::::::::z:::: Dishes. WHITE, YELLOW, ;LAPS, CT7 ANI RCKTKINCiHAM WARE, IN CREAT VARIETY. EASKET.-!, Ij(K)KING-GLASES, HANGING LAMPS, STAND LAMPS Lamp of all Descriptions. Noveltie ir.dOddilies ir.China HE PLACE FOR FANCY 4 STAPLE GROCERIES .-13 AT THE OF ED. B. COFFROTH, SOMERSET, FA CURTIS K. OROVE. SOMERSET PA. BCOGIES, 8LEIGH8, CARRIAGES, fiPRlSG WAGONS, BrCK WAGON'i. AXD EArTERS AXD WESTERN WORK Furnlthed on Short Notice. Painting Done on Short Time. My work i made out of IVmufSI Smiaaaeai Wood, and the ie l-vmamt fi. ualantialjy Ponarrurted. Neatly Fint.hl. and W arranted to kit aattatactwa. Eplc7H.Cbl7 FarrtClas3 w'rfciea. Rr'rtnr of AlI Kinda'a My IJneIooe oa blvort Notice, tTu KEAaON ABLE, and aAII Work Warranted Call and Examine tny Stork, and Learn PrV-ea I do Wajrnn-work, and fomiah PeiTea for Wind Villa. Ri'jn ember the place, and rail In. CURTIS K. GROVE, (EM of Cc.irt houae) SOMERSET. PA YIIIXI5Tr'ATOlrs NOTICE. tval ofC A. M. Krnt'.PfT. deteied. late of lleilin Bonajch, Sinienet Co. Pa. Letter f a-lminifiratmn u the above estate bavuiF tieen (rraLierf to tne nnderiOtl by tna lr.-r auilKirUy. aiKne hereiiy iriven to aj! per mhj. lii-iclK"i to ka.d eaute lu make immediate pavmrtit. and ttHM barir.it laima aeainat tba aanie to fireaent tfo-ra duy authentirail fa- aet i.niitiil ooi-a'urdav. tr.e Jd day of November, 'sn at tiie oflice ol K lhilM.n A Co.. in Kfrhn. Jfktt. JfAfcELL U KkSlM.EK. Adiniuiatratriz. H. B. PHJLSOX. (pt! Admlni trator. OUTFIT. Fi- d'iiin or offlf. Any irou ran pat tbein Of. be: d mp for Uu-uu-d Catai.i. moa cm etccrateau auet eoajeaav. Fourth Ave-, Pituborgh, Pa. Kl)LmlJJ COMPLETE So XO. 20. I89O. Harper's Magazine. lialeUSTRATEB. A new hAkeTarp the Pbakex"are of Fd 10 A. AW-y 111 tie pn-rnlivl in lbtrprr't M'Uh bi bit 1W0. wilh eonuaoiiu by Aodrew Lane. Huir Mwix-if ba iuale fractal arranrTtH-.t anh AiptitKiw Iwidn. ihe reie -f liv:n FriK-k D.iriit. fur an eirlii-iveipnlilicatiiw. iu enal Uam tt4 a hn:niw nary, to enii'lHl, " The iMoni-t ( Timnn ; ile La Advemnrea of'he Kaimuii Ikrtana " TheMory wil. he trans lated br Hecry Jamea, and Utmrated by horn and inrrbern. W. I. Howell n entHba'e a norrlette In three ru. and Iafrad.o Hrn a norletie in to pana,eoliued " ouma," handsomely illaa trati. In llut rated mjw, tonchinir fnhert of rur rent intereM. and in iia nhon iie. pneraa and timely artirie. the MagaziDf a iii mainiain it veil llioa a atasdanl. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. PEN YEAR : EARrEKS VAGAZISE.... HAM'EKS WEEKLY HARPER'S BAZAR 00 ..4 00 ..4 00 HARPER: S rOCa PEOPLE.... ."2 00 Pntfnf frtt In "Ii Suhicribert i the United Siuift, Cauda, or itrrien. The Volume" of th Jft73i he'n with tb Nrober ftr Jnna and iiennhT of eaeh year, tt hen no ti:ne t pee ne.1 'ib'r.ntfon will b-f in I'll the number currtul at ilt i nie of ietei4of orde-. ! fVxind Vo'arne of rir-' Kmzif fur three rc.Tiii.rk. i-i neat el.nh inndine, wiil be e?ns by rna l. t p.U. on rwira of k! 00 pr volume. Doth forbind.ee 40 cent each by mail, putakl. lnde to frTTi-'a.JftTi"'. Alnb-tt ln ln.l. and iiwt(l. Yoluine I to 76. Iiwlu ttT.. fnv, June. ta June, ls5, 1 ToLftra , Cloth, ft Ml Bemttiane- hoi'.d h made by P.-otofll.-ie JJoo eyordrr, or Draft. L arj i ehn or Im I Vnff;.n nn V tn fH f rUnn itkmit) rrprrm arritraf Il'irprr & Brot. A ldrr HARPEK t BROTHER. Sw YoE. l890. Harper's Weekly. llsloUSTrATEO. HiriT't tlWy ha a all eMihed place aa the Iradlmt iiln-traie.1 heat -aner in America. The faitwwi of tu editorial romiuenta oa eorrent pol't-oj ha famed for it the reaiwei atxl i-onrirtene of all imoartial read.m. and the vari.ty and vlieoof In literarr rontcnta. whwh include ae rial and .bort Hone bv thebe-t and mort nofiilar tiu-r. (II II tir ihe peni.al ol ncoi'l ' 'he eat raiiae of iate and ruil. The WttaLV enopleinnu are of n markab e rawly, interest ani vaiue. Ko expense ired lo brine the hifhertoelerof amauc ability to bear op the il,utrati. of Use cbanaeful pbasea of no-ne and lon-iya hu-torv. A K.iM-au rt.tnau.e, froto the t-n of Tnomaa A. Janrier, wiU apar in the Viu-Ll in 10 HARPER'S PERIODICALS. per year; 1iaxper weekly. $4 w iiarpeks magazise. 00 harpers bazar 00 ha rper's y0csg people. 2 00 Ptpe Frtt to aS Mcrilart in the Vnittd Slain, "Canad or JScrirti, - ' The Volriae of the HVrttfy btin with the first yumler Januare ft eaeit year. When no time t mentioned, atibwriptions will hnra with the N um ber curreut at Ihe ume of reteipt of order. Boand Volnmea of Hairr'i n'ertfy for year in neat Oloto Bindir. 111 be aeot by trail, port age paid, or be eipreaa. fieeof expense, (pravxtrd the freiiiht does not exceed ouedullax r volume furajrea voium-n. floth Tasea for eaf h volnme, aniuble ft bind iaa- ii' be KLt ly itall, Ktl aid, nutito f 1 U) each. Reralttancea rhonlj he made by Portofliee Mon ey Order, or ltraft, to avoid chance of lot. A'cwapopcra arr mnl fr mpi Mi n-irrrturmsnt uJt otf jAeeijirrafortfero Harper A Unav. AddrcM II AhrER A BROTHERS. Near Y ork. 1890 Harper's Bazar. ILLUSTRATED. Hr.rt' Bazar ! a Journal for the home flr Inir the Utt informal ion aith reirard to Ihe Fahlonv its numenau illuration fa-hion plaiea and pattern aheet mppiemenw are inlipetible aiike to the bome-dreMa-maker and the profession al na1ite. Nocxpcnse i ajaretl in makine Iia art stie attractivmesa of the very highest order. It clever anoct atorica. parha playa and tbirtirhtful eeaaya aa!ify ail tables, and iu lat raure ia lamons a. a imdiret of wit and humor. In it. week l nur avcrythinit t HK hid-d which 4 of iniereM to women. Ininnr 1n0 ihvcr Thome Viiier. t'bristinenerbune Herrick. and Mary Ixiw IHekinaon will respectively tnmish a series of pa person -The I-auiihterat Home," -Three Meals a Iav," and "The Woman ot (he Period." The aerial rovela will be antna by Walter Beaant and F. W. Robinson. HARPER'S PERIODICALS PER YEA ft. HARPERT S BAZAR 00 HARPER'S MAGAZISE. 4 00 HARPER S WEEKLY HARPER'S YOVSO PEOPLE 2 00 fw iT'Jrr- In ait SsAarrthen ia (Ac Catted Skita, Qutn&i, ce Afuicu, The Volnmea of the Raw bejln with the flm Numlier for ianuarv of each year. W hen ar.time ia mentioned. aun-Tipifana will la-sia wiih the number current at the time of receipt of order. Bannd Volnmea of Harper's Rasar fa- a years hack in itcla:h bindina. will t aent by mall. Patare paid, or by express, free of expense, pro-vi.K-d the freight dots not exceed II per vol. for IT per volume. Oo'h Cases ft each volume, suitable for bind fn r HI be eut by mail, postpaid, on receipt of II iu each. Ramlitancea shouia be made by Poatofflee Mon ey order or liafl, 10 avoid chance of .VKpipers arc lo enpf ttts edrerf in ( ri.k oul Of rsjrrm octr Witct A f aa. jtadreat EARPER A BROS, New York I89O. HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE tN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY. The merenth Y'olnrae of Evrpir-t Ymni Fmpl', whM-h bertriswUh the ti timber ft November S, )w, prerenisan wtracwve proeram. It will offer to it readers at least four se,ais of the OMiaJ lenath and others in two or three pa rta., namely, -The Red Moaisnj." by ii;iam t). woddard : 'Phil and the Iia by." by Lucy C. Ullie ; ' Prince Towrcy." by John RiaveSl toryell ; and "'Moth ers War " by Martaret K. fntter; two short errals by Hjalmar Hib Rovesen. Two aenea of Palrv Tales will attract the atiettion of lov er of the wonder-world namely, the quaint tales told bv Howard Pyie, and so admiiabiy illustrat ed bv'him. and a neater aenea in a oirterent veto by r rank H. Bit knell. There wsll be snort stones bv W. It. Hoaells. Thomas Neon pace. Wary E. Wilkin". Nora Perrv. amet prescat Sjfil, I-avid Ker, HrB'kiah Buuerwonh, Sophie baett, Kiccard Makln iohostun. etc A antayrlrtioo te Haf-r't Timao pfc sectim a juvenile lil.rarv. There is nveful knoalvdce. aisj plenty vi amusemciit. Bias drernatr. TERMS: Poeta Pi-eipaial $2.00 f" Tear. t ot XL fcTu AwiirTi,lca. ayrisaea fp seal o reerrpf fif rao-.yaf Comfl .aajjfe.VaaiVn, Five Cenu each. ' yirminanees aroold be made by PwtrifTiee Men ey ocer or liratv, 10 avoid chanie of haav wprprr hit air In eoryj IHt vf ie ' Karwwf wft asat U c-iess ante of UA JLi-tJt ikQ TUARa. Addre-a, HARPHE i BROTHERS, X. Y. SOMERSET, PA., sr.TnfiODsna 7rreS Tisrwrcc. ORiaTHRaAT wUnds, cuts, Swellings BURNS AKD SCALDS. CURES PERMANENTLY PR OST-B ITES. Alliys Itching, Sobduei Swellings'! Soothes and Cures Tenderness. EUopont, IX May 9, 1SSS. Tor yearn Ft. Jamt Oil ha been nsed In my family. I beiteve it ia tha ben remedy ttt burns. s-weiUiijs, en's, bruises sad snralna rex prepared. JOSEPH bilAfEA. Terra Alia, W. Va., Teby. 4. IW. printer 1&i taken with pain in joint of Catable Cuter ihourbt it was a felon used remedies day and ni(ht 00 rest I' led 1. Jacobs Oil jat easy, went to sleep next nornlnj no pain no fain tine. Hrs.A.A. Fojrla.- AT SeCGOisra axd Dialeict. TH; CHARLES A VOCELEI C0 lAttiaer. HA Onrw-lves to kefp Hhreast, but to Veep the lead overall others in selling you Pure, Absttlntely Pore, and well Matur ed, Ripe W!ii!kle nut! M ine At prices that make all other dealers bus tle. Just think of it : Orerholt & Co'n'Pcre Rye, five years old. Full quarts $1, or $1J per dozen. Ptill better : Finch' (joldea W elJIn (r, ten years old. Full quavrta i,or f 12 per dozen. Better still: Eeatucky IionrboD, ten years old. Fall qurU$l.), or $11' per dozt.-n. And one of the iuot Rateable Whiakeyi on our list is The Pire Ei;riT-YEAR-0.r Eipxibt GlcKEMieiMEK. Full qls. $1. $10 a doz. There i no Whisker that has ever lwen M that haa prosvn in favor with the public 80 rapidly as our old Export, and the pimple rva-on that it ia utterly iuipossibleto duplicate it. There will never 1 any Itt up in the purity and fine flavor in any particular of the lre California Wine we are now -!l;ne at 50 -ent per bottle, Full quirte, or o per dozen. In making up your orders please enclose l'obtoihce Money Cirder r L'raft, or Ilegioter your order. JOS. FLEMING & SON, WHOLXJALE AND XtTAlL DHTJTGOISXS, PITTSBCRGH, PA. 412 Market St., Cor. of Diamond. Oils! Oils! The Standard Oil Company, of Pittsbn'ch, Pa., make, a speeialtv of mauufactunnc tr tha iwtnestic trade the finest brands of Illuminating & Lubricating Oils Naphtha and Gasoline, Thai can be made from Petroleum. We challenge comparison with every kaoa a PRODUCT OF PETROLEUM. If yon wish the most nnifomUy Satisfactory Oils IX TIIE A.mcrican larket, Ask for ours. Trade for Somerset and vicinity supplied by COOK A BFTRTTS awb FREASS A K'.KR. ieTt'w lyr. AomksssT. I a. It is to Your Interest TO BUY YOrR Drugs and Medicines OF Biesecker k Snyder. STCCaltSoBg TO C. X. BOTD. None but tb pa rest and bert kept in stock, and when Drugs become inert by stand in?, aa certain of them do, we de stroy th"m, rather than im pose on our customers. You can depend on having your PRESCRIPTIONS k FAMILY RECEIPTS filled with care. Oar prices are as low as any other first-class boue and on many articles much lower. The people of this county seem to know this, and have given us a large share of their patronage, and we shall still continue tegiva them the very best poods for their money. Do not forget that we make a specialty of FITTING- TRUSSES. We guarantee satisfaction, and, if you have bad trouble in this direction, give us a ealL SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES in treat variety ; A full art of Test Lenses. Come in and have your eyes examined. Ko chars, for examination, and we are confident we ran suit you. Come and see ns. Respectfully, BIESECKER & SNYDER. DMIXISTR-VTOK'S NOTICE. Estate of Henry g. PSekin. dee'd., late of Jen ner Township, somerset Co., Pa. Letters of administration 03 above estate ha inc bees rraated to the nndersirned by the prop er authority, notice is hereby (riven to a1! per sons iodebte-! to saud estate to' make imnrl aie payment, and those having claims aair.si tha same will present them dulv ai hent.-a-ie-.l for ettiement oa Satnrday. tha iHhiay wf m ber, ls, at luc late nr-Menee of c; -enisc.I. WuKIH J. P!CK'V. octa A U irtaff awr.. VJV.ISal WEDO OT PLEDGE set ESTAJBLISECED 1827. WEDNESDAY, AFTER MANY DAYS. On the ext-eme point of the Headland was a ragged bowlder, tianding, aa it were, at anchor, for tbe salt waves beat in a circle round its bas ; and oa its summit, swinging out with a daring reck leeenec that would have been appaling to timid, inland folk, a sturdy youth, wearing tbe rode garb of a fisherman that was Harry Melviile. He broke out into a song a rude, nautical thing ; but the old time air was sweet, atd the voice that eag it was wondrous clear and res onant, ringing out like a trumpet peal above the dash of tbe waves, yet sweet and tender as the note of a wood thrush. Over and over again be tbriiled the quaint ditty, until every echo cauabt op the strain, and tbe whole place and tbe great sea itself seemed thrilling with melody. Just then tbe dor of tbe old farm house swung open, letting out a broad flood of lamplight and a slender girl's figure; and an instant later this self-same fi.ure, quaint ami' prim in its gown of gray, stood just behind the singjr. He tang on, utterly unconscious. -Harry!" He was near losing his balance, and his cong came to a sharp and sadden end, leaving the closing niuht in silence. Tbe girl broke into a merry laugh. - Well, Syria ? be asked. " Nothing only supper is waiting, aud Aunt Sarah is growing impatient," she replied. " Oh, that's all V The eager light died out'of his eyes, leaving Ibem gloomy and abstracted. " I don't want any supper ; I've made up my mind, Syria." She gave a quick, grasping breath, but face and voice were quiet. "Well, Harry r I'm going." " Wbenr " At daybreak." Her very lit paled, and her slender fhigers shook and trembled, but her eyes remained true and steady. " Well," she answered slowly, "God bless you, Harry." The boy stoou silent, bis eyes fixed on Uie fair coast line, where the ml sunset tires were slowly burling out, bis thoughts busy with the past. One night, ee-jierial'iy, stood ont clear and vivid a wild, stormy night, when the sky was like ink, and tbe mau sea thundered un til the old farmhouse shook to its very center. They were down on the strand, his father and a half a doien Sshermen bimself, a sturdy lad, following like a young spaniel. Ilurd work lay before the men. A stately vessel lay ojrt on the bar, arid the strong gale was driving ber to pieces. Boat after boat started oat as her booming guns begged for assistance, but each one was swami?il or driven back. It was mere desa?ration, an old sailor said : no boat could stand sat h a gale they could do nothing. His father chuckled to himself, and bringing oat a sturdy craft of bis own placed himself at its elm, and went ont into tbe darkness never to return again, tbe men averred ; but Harry did not beleive it. He had never known his father to fail, and be sat down amid the crash and roar to watch and wait. And not viiniy, for by and by the sturdv boat beat it way back bringing only one tropbv, a little sea wait that be had picked up a tiny girl with flaxen hair and blue eyes. The rough men bore her up to the old farm bout?, Harry trotting on behind ; and before dar dawned the booming guns were silent, for the stately vessel, after a brave fight, bad gone down be neath the hungry waves. Captain Melviile and his wife could do nothing more or less than to adopt the little ttorra gift and bring her op a their own child. So they called her Syria, af ter all ; and as she merged into maiden hood the lads called her the "belle of the ocean." She and Harry hail been sinter and brother for ten years, eating their frugal supper from the same porringer, and sharing the same bed in childhood. Yes, the Black Dragon sails at day light and I'm going on ber, Syria," he said, his eyes solemn and tender and his voice tremulous. The girl stood silent a mornont ; then putting the question with a forced langa : " How far are yorj going, Harry T she said. " When do you expect to coine back?" The Black Dragon's bound around the world, I believe," he responded, "and as tb coming back well, it will be years before I see the Headlands again, I gness." Then a sudden light blazed up in his eyts. " Shall you miss me when I'm gone, do you think, Syria V be aeked. A swift roue color bloomed in her fair cheeks, and her eyes overflowed with tears. " Harry, she said, her voice sweet with unspoken tenderness. I'm superstitious you know. 1 want you to take this with yon," unclapicg a slender gold chain from ber neck. "I always had a fancy that this little trinket possessed a hidden charm. Put it on your neck, please, and if you are ever left to the mercy of the waves it will save you, may be, as it did me." . At moonrUe everything was ready, and with his knapsack strapped across his shoulders, Hany stood in the door way." " Good by, father ! " his voice h usky. " Good bv. Hrrr. Make a man of yourself before you cast anchor again." 4 Ay, ay, father : Then be broke down, and pulling his cap over bis eyes strode away without another word. One after another the seasons followed each other The grey mow on the old farmhouse roof grew larger and thicker, tbe old cautatn was eetttne rbeuaiaUc, and dozed away the afternoons in the chimney corner, and Aont Sarah was los ing something of her old bustling activ ity. Reaotiful Svria ! The rromiae of her girlhood was being developed into glori ous maturity. Bat she might have been a pearl, as they called her, in her icy se clusivenes, for all the human feeling she seemed to potsjess. Every daT tbe Black Drason was took- ed for, and every evening brought a dis appointvent. At Lil- one polden afternoon, when sanlkht streamed in yellow bars over the sanded floor, and Syria bad looped back NOVEMBER 13. 1889. the curtains with cluster" of scarlet ber ries and sprays of wintsrgreen, and rang ed the golden pippins in long rows on the mantle, ia the very midst of their expectation the ti ling carue, brought from the city by a fisherman. Tbe Black Dragon homeward bound, took fire just under the line, and every soul on board peiished. Harry would never come home ! A silence more solemn than death fell on the old fanuhoae. Aunt Sarah sunk beneath the blow into feeble second childhood, and the old capain grew mo rose and sullen. Syria alone bore the blow bravely. Fair and white as a pearl, she moved about w ith settled lips and solemn eyes, taking all the heavy household cares upon ber slender shoulders and working from dawn till twilight. Then when the hush of night brooded over the great sea she took her soul recreation. Gliding down to tbe beach, she would clamber to the top of the rough bowlder and sit for an hour looking out to sea, with her poor eyes full of piteoui expression. "No," she said, I won't forget ; he'll come by and by ; my little charm will bring him I will wait." At last there came an afternoon black with porteutious omens. "I never see sich signs as these at the Headlands only once, and then we had a gale that just shivered thiuga and we're going to have it again." Tbe old fisherman was correct ; about unset it came, with a thundering crash, as if the very heavens were being rolled together. "The guns have ceased," be said, put ting on his oil cloth coat. "The poor ship's gone. 1 am going down to the shore to see what the boys are doing." "A bad night, rxp'n," one of them said as be and Syria approached. "Poor luck, captain poor luck ! We tried putting out tbe boats, but it was no go the gale was too harj. We picked up only that chap, and he's done for." Syria's eyes followed his pointing fin ger, and behold stretched upon tbe wet sand the figure of a man. "He is" not dttl, father I" she cried. "There's warmth here indeed there is ! Let's take him up to the house and try to save him." "Do as she bids you," said the old man ; and the men obeyed. " Tis he your son Harry ! Don't you see? Let us work and save him!" she cried. And they did. By and by a faint warmth diffused itiK-lf over Lis body ; a dim red shone in his pale cheeks, and he murmured, just above bis breath : "Syria ! I am coming !" Syria heard him, and without a word or a sigh dropped in a dead faint at his feet In a few days he entirely recovered and related his adventures. He had made bis foitune and was coming borne to stay, and no one was more happy than Syria. But three weeks after there was a grand wedding at the old farmhouse. Captain Harry Mtlville received for his bride Syria tbe foundling, the beautiful "belle of the ocean," and their cup was full. That Little Tickling In your throat, which makes you cough once in a while and keeps you constantly clearing your throat, arises from catarrh, and as catarrh is a constitutional disease the ordinary rough medicines all tail to hit the spot What you need is a consti tutional remedy like Hood's Sana pari I Is. Many peoole who have taken this. med icine for scrofula, dyspepsia, losss of ap petite, and other troubles, have been sur prised that it should cure this trouble some cough. But to know the actual cause of theccu?!i is to solve the mys tery. 5Iany cases of consuaiption can be traced back t the nc-g'.ect of some such slight affection as this. Consump tion can be controlled in its early stages, and tbe effect of Hood's Sirnaparilla in purifying the blood, building up the gen eral health, and expelling the scrofulous taint which is tbe cause of catarrh and consumption, has restored to perfect health many persons on whom this dreaded disease seemed to have a firm hold. Just In Time. A western photographer was sitting in his reception room one dull day in mid winter, when a t'.red-lookin?, hollow eyed woman slowly and timidly entered, with the air of one unaccustomed to any thing but tbe hardships of life. Her clothing was thin and old, and she held close to ber breast a baby rapped in a shawl. "I come to see if if " she stopped, with one hand ttill on the knob of the door, and ber eyes do ncast. "To see if vhatf" asked the artist. "To see if you'd take my baby's pho togrart. I aint got any money to pay for it, but I thought maybe you'd let me scrub and clean op your room, and pay for it in that way. I'd lie so glad if you would." Tbe baby set up a feeble cry at that moment, and after bis mother had quieted him she said : "Yon see he don't cry like a well baby; he aint never been strong ; none of my babies are. I've buried four and I aint got no rrtnre of any of 'em. It would be a real comfort to me if I had. And I thought I would try to eit a photograft of this one in case anything should hap pen. I'd do any amount of ecrubbin you'd say was right. " Unaccustomed as she ws to kindness the artist could hardly make her under stand that he would take the baby's pict ure for nothing, and she left the room with tears in her eyes. When she retarnedsfor the completed photograph, two weeks later, she came alone. A strip of dingy crape dangled from her old bonnet. What her moth er's heart had feared, bad conieto pass the baby had gone the way of the other four. A Suggestion that Saved My Life. I took a severe raid and suffered pain through tbe back and kidneys, I sent for a physician, who pronounced my case gravel. A friend recommended Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, of Rondout, X. Y, and after taking two bot tles I considered myself perfectly cured. John Davits, Rochester, X. Y. What more could be aaked. "Kissing Mother" A father talking to bis careless daught er said: "I want to speak to you of your molh er. It ituty be you have noticed a care worn ,00k upon ber face lately. Ot course it bai not been brought there by any act of yours, still it ia your duty to chase it away. I want you to get up to morrow morning to breakfast ; and when your mother comes and begins to express her surprise, go right np to her and kin her right on the month. You cant imagine how much it will brighten her dear face. "Besides you owe her a kiss or two Away back when you were a little girl, she kissed you when no one eLe was tempted by your fever tainted breath and awolle face. You were not so at tractive as you are now. And through those years of childish sunshine and shadows, site was always ready to cure by the magic of a mother's kiss, the little chubby, dirty hands, whenever they were injured in titoae first skirmishes with the rough, old world. "And those midnight kisses with which she leaned above your restless pillow, have all been at interest these long, long years. "Of course she is not bo pretty and kissable as you are ; but if you bad done your share of tbe work during the pa.-t ten years perhaps the contrast would not have been so marked. "Her face has more ywrinkies than yours, and yet, if yoa were sick, that face would appear far more beautiful than an angel's as it hovered over you, watching every opportunity to minister to your comfort, and every one of those wrinkles would seem to be bright wavelets of san shine chasing each other over her dear face. "She w ill leave you one day. These burdens if not lifted fr mi her shoulders will break ber down. Those rough, hard bands, that have done so many necetssa ry thirjgs for you will be crosssd upon ber lifeless breast. "Those neglected lips that gaTe you your first baby kiss will be forever clos ed, and those sal, tired eyes will have opened in eternity, and then you will ap preciate your mother; but then it will be too late." Look Out for that Pain in Your Back. It threatens your kidneys. Let it go on a little while and you wiil suffer much more keenly, throughout the entire sys tem. Take at once Dr. DAvid Ke n nedy'a Favorite R"ioeir, of Rmdout, X. V, which is the most effective medicine known for tbe treatment of all diseases of tbe Kidneys and Liver, and for Mala ria, as well as the purification of tbe blooti. At Lincoln's Tomb, SpBio,riELu. III., October 31. The Pan Amerioan excursion arrived here today. After lunch the party went to Lincoln s tomb hi Oak Iiidge Cemetery. There was- amang the southern delegates a spirit a'rao-t of rev erence as they anded the step to the ter race ebout the shaft. As was remarked by one of the southern delegates. Lincoln's tomb seemed to him like a Mecca, and the present pilgrimage eonld not have been com plete without having lexl thither. As with a common impulse beads were bared as the party walked about the monument. At length the party was frathered at the front of the monument upon a spit upon which the atat tie of Lincoln bent . its r-aze, and Senator Culiom introduced ex-Governor Richard J. Ogles by, who said the visitors might be indulgent toward the people of Il linois forgiving expression upon almost all occasions to their deep sense of a (miration and love for the great patriot, tbe great enwucipalor whose memory they honored tdny. While ex-Governor O'esby was speaking pf Lincoln's life, Biet Penza, h) was to respond, stood within reach of his hand, and frequently his (isce paled and his eves were dimmed by emotion aro-ised, and when tbe ex Governor fervently aked, "Why should we not be friends?" SSgnor IVraza and others lifted their faces with expressions of approval and applauded warmly. General Bolet Peraza is a son-in-law of General Jose Gregorio Monagaa, who was President of Venezuela in 134 and made the slaves free at that time, and this fact was stated by Senator Culiom, who introduced him to tbe audience. General Przara said : "Gentlemen, do not be surprised by tbe contrast which my colleagues present to you at this solemn occasion in selecting tbe humblest orator to praise tbe greatest man of your country in the present century. They have not sought the merits of elo quence, but the circumstances of opportuni ty. They have excused my deficiencies and only thought of my family associations with one of the liberated of our America, who, like you lie re. made slaves free and deserved tbe glory of martyrdom. It is not, then, my voice which speaks at this moment, it is the echo of a nobie soul, who shares with your great m in tbe immortality bestowed by the God of Juitice on the dffeti'le- of mankind. Fifteen free American nations join in this sani tary to pay their homage to this tomb, which contains nothing bit a handful of dust, all that in Abraham Lin coln belongs to death, as bis real mausoleum is in the heart of men. Our visit to this sa cred monument is not a mere individual tribute, but a significant pilgrim ie of sov ereign sister nations, which corue here in the name of liberty, equality and fraternity, to satisfy tbeir firm purpose of continuing the work of this greAt Xortherii leveler. unifying the interests of tbe entire America and consolidating her"" aspirations to the fu ture, tearing down tbe traditional walls which rie in tbe natural way of her indus trial couveniences, leaving slaudir.gonly the frontiers of the respective sovereignties built by natural respect," With Ely's Cream Balm a child can be treated without pain or dread and with perfect safety. Try the remedy. It cures catarrh, hay fever and colds in the bead. It is easily applied to the nostrils and gives telief with the first application. Price 50c. Tbe Egyptians bave aalwys been rec ognized for tbeir ability in the manufact ure of perfumes, but due credit was nev er given them before a vase containing some Egyptian ointment was opened at tbe museum at Alnwick. The perfume it contained still had a pungent odor, al though it was more than three thousand years old. " A new idea embraced in Ely's Cream Balm. Catarrh is cured by cleansing and healing, not by drying np. It is not a liquid or snuff, but is eanily applied to the noetrils. Its effect is magical and a thorough treatment will cure the wurst case. Price SOe. 0 o WHOLE NO. 1099. Tormented to Death by Roobera. Kaksas Cjtt, Ma.. "o. 3 A di'ratch from Hame. in the tout h west part of Batea coiiDiy. Mo , says : " News reacl l ber that uiaki robbers frjt raf ed at oorar on an oi l couple living sit miles ssnuth of here, which ended in the death of the wiAt of Jiper Ames and the ferioas injury to the husband. James keeps a small More at the cross roads, and U known to have a dis like for banks. What money be has he keep hidden about his place.and as be is ac credited with being a miser, it i generally supposed that he bad considerable! money hidlen. On Saturday night his bouse was en tered by three masked men, who demanded that tbe old man tell where he had his mon ey concealed. The information was stub bornly refused by both Mr. and Mrs. James, t he rubbers tied tbe coaple back to back, and tortured tbe old man. hoping th it bis ag ony would make the wife give up t le secret. They stuck pins in his feet and lejr and even burned his face and bands with matches. The old man was plucky and insisted that bis wife keep still. At lat he fainted from pain. His wife then told where a part of the money was hidden and tbe robbers re leased tbe couple. Mrs. James worked bard lo restore ber husband and after br had re covered consciousness she waa overcome with exhauatUin and sank fainting to tlie floor. Her husband summoned aid, but she died this tuorninj? about t o'clock. Tbe rob bers secured fit)." Ringing Noises In the ears, sometimes a roaring, buzzing sound are caused by caUrrh.that exceed ingly disagreeable and very comuon dis ease. Loss of smell or bearing also result from catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier, is a peculiarly suc cessful remedy for this disease, which it cures by purifying the blood. If yon suffer from catarrh, try Hood's Suisapa riUa, the peculiar medicine. War to the Knife. risrviLte, Kr., Oct. 31. News reached here to night by reliable parties that Judjre Lewis came up with Howard and his rang yesterday on Martin's Fork and killed six of the Howard gang witho-it losing a man. Three of the men killed were narred Hall, one by the name of Whitlick, the other two names were not learned. J u le Lewis and fifty well-armed men tot k dinner near the camp of J. P. Meyer A Co., on the Lxiisville and Nis iville ex tension, about miles below Cumberland Gap, lail Friday. Men who spoke with the Ju.ljre say that he is determined and will never quit the chase until Howard and his gang are all killed or driven from tbe country. PisrvtLLC Ky., November Tbe ru mors that a ton flicl bad taken place, Tues day afternoon between the warrin faction in Harlan county bave been fully confirmed to-day. The fight was anotlier surprise to Howard and Jennings, and, as before, waa begun by Ihe Law and Order party from am bush, and was a weil planned and successful execution of a stratagem on the part of County Judge Lewis, who with sixty men recently ins?cted the rendeivou of How ard and Jennings, and who, be ng of tbe opinion that an attack on them by bis party there would be too hazardous, withdrew lo Uarlan court bouse. Tbere he received new arcoaterments for .bis. command and was fully equipped for the expedition, which has jut been made. He led his command to Briartield Gap, iu the .Cumberland moun tains, twenty-three miles from the Harlan court bouse, two days' marching from this place. They descended Cumberland moun tain into Lee county, Virginia, and marched up the valley to Sulphur springs, which is just over the mountain from tbe head of Martin's Fork, and is tbe seat of tbe largest moonshine distillery in the mountains. Here Howard and his men. when off duty, hold high carnival with old Longford, tbe king of moonshiners. From this locality Howard received his supplies and recruit when necessary. The appearan of tbe Law and Order party in these parts caused consternation throughout the entire valley. The Howard sympathisers were awed at Ihe determined ' bearing of the inv.-s. All communications with tbe other .iite of the mountain were cut off. and preparations made to surprise the lawless band when out of their entrenchments. Not beirg familiar with the routes of travel freq lented by Howard, Ju.ijje Lewis took Jack Savant, a noted individual tbere, a prisoner, and made terms of his release contingent 01 pilotirg the party along the route usually traveled by Howard when crossing the mountain. First refusing, a menace of life br jught ron fvsion. The party ascended the mountain to Pocket Gap. From this point the mean dering of Martin's Fork for twenty miiis could be seen and passes and mountain trails traced. Following Sargant, the party of sixty-Eve or seventy men began the descent cautiously, and after a distance of three miles had been covered a mountaineer was met, who informed them that Howard and Jennings were only a short distance away, coming in that direction. Leaving the peth the party found concealment in the head of a cave, some seventy-Oe yardi from the roal, and there, with Sarganr. aud Die mountainter muler guard, awaited tiie ap proach of the dopennioes, whoee appe arance was soon made. With deliberate ai.d simul taneous aim two Volleys were rird by Lew la's men, resulting in the. death nf six of Howard men and the aouudirg of several others, the names of whom havt- not been reported here. Neither Howard nor Jen tiipfrs was Lit, alio, aith the remnant of heir, men, escape-J by wy of Pwket Gap into Virginia. There the lities, feeling themselves outraged by Lea is, ns.ie war fare, and outdone by Lis u tisucces ful inva sion of "Lei! for sa.-tin," the rev 'iue officer Hoiked In Howard's aian-Jard. Twenty tough cbannlers at one of the railroad tanps iu this locality abandoned their work and joined Howard, who, at tie head of seveiity-five men, come of wbon were forc ed into servite. returned I L rough put ketGap in hot pursuit of Lewis. After the fight Lewis and Li men marched rspi.'ly toward Harlan coutt Lou-e and reached ibere with out the Ions of a man yesterday. Nothing his been bean! of Howard's movements since he paseed over ihe ntoui tains. He will not hazard another attack on tbe town, and it is thought tbat be cannot keep hia present forces together any great length of time without trouble among bi own men, who are a drunken, a qtiarrelsom set. The extermination of tbe eyire gang : now th only basis on which predicates a 'ft lion of hostilities. The accomplish meet of this will nquire time, great expense and ihe proba bilities of considerable los of life ou the part of tLe Law and Order party. Of the street accidents in Chicago caused by reckless driving, the ice wag ons are responsible for the greatest share while the butcher cart plays second to even the baker wagons. The United States Fish Commission will nd to the Boston Maritime Exhi bition three immense cars, with aquana containing pecimeF of very food figh ia.Ajnejrjfaji waters. Disposing of a Haro'e Remairs. "The td of General Grant w 11 very proba'ily be re novWI from in pres. nt rev ing place in Xew York to West Point or Ar liiiatoo Cemetery," said Mr. George W. I Chillis yesterday. Severl years before his death General Gmnt said that his niiliue superior, WinSeid tsont, was bnried at West Point, aid be wml.t Hk to li ttsaea. lt also exprse aJ a dWire that hia w f j might bs buried at bis nl. 'At the time of Genera! Granisdeatli New York came qnlrkly forward with it offer t provide a raw: ing piace. Now. however, in fluential Grand Army men bave akel that tbe body be moved to Arlington, and sper1.! arranfemetita have been made to allow of lira. Grant being buried at tb sam place, raited Stales Army officer saero to prefer West Point. Within a few weak I expert to saw Mrs. Grant, and she w.il. of course, be tbe first to act. ' Card Of Thanks.' If the proprietor of Kemp's Balsam should publish a car l of thank, contain ing expressions of gratitude which come to him daily, from thsse who have been, cared of seven throat and lung Inmbies by the nae of Kemp BaUaru, it would fill a fair sized book. How much better to invite all to call on anv dnigicist and get a free sample bottle that yoa may test for yoorself its power. Large bottle 50c and'ft.00. A Pair of Mute. Kavsas Citt, Not. 1. Judge Slover.in the circuit court to-day, rendered an impo-tsnt decision on the question of riparian right. In 140 William Bargrr boiuht 2 acr, of land4on tbe banks of the Missouri river, since that time it has, by changes in the riv er's bed. increased to iOO acres. Numerous squatters took possession. Mrs. Barger. the heirto tbe property, bron'it suit to have tbe squatters' titles annulled. Ju !" slover decided ia her favor. Tb land, which ws bought for a pair of mule is now valued at $JX),'J0O. Short Work of a Troublesome Case. One day I was taken w ith Paralysis of the Bowels. The stomach and other organs lost all power of action. Although opposed te proprietary medicine. I tried Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, of Rondout, X. Y. To make a long story short, it saved my life. If is the best medicine ia the world for difficulties of the kidneys, liver and bowels. A.J. Clif ford, Lowell, Mas". Climbed a Tree In His Sleep. Prrras ra, Zvuv. 3. A strange case of !eep-wa'ing come from Victory towruship, Venango county. A 10 year-old on of James McMillio, on Tuesday night, got up in his sleep and went from the house to a large oak tree, which stands near the barn, and climb ed to the top, about forty feet from the ground, and perched himself on a Iimbover banging the barn. Hia older brother, with whom he was sleeping, awoke during the night, and, missing his bed-fellow, at once called bis father, asking where his brother was. Tbe entire household waa aroused and search made Ur the missing one. After searching for about an hour. Mr. McMihin went into the haymow, when something heavy fell on the roof of the barn. Mr. Mc Millen, ascending a ladder, lo his horror saw his missing boy sitting astride the comb of (he roof. The father crawled quietly upon the roof to the lad's back and caught him before he awoke. Tbe boy could not ull anything about his performance at the time, but on Thursday morning, while going to the barn to help feed tbe stock, he stopped and looked up into the tree, and remarked that it waa a wonder be hadn't been killed when be jumped from that.limb to tbe barn, and related 'the whole circumstance to Li father. This is tbe first time the child ha been known to walk in his sleep. A Family Cathering. Have you a father? Have yoa a moth er? Have yoa a son or daughter, sifter or a brother who has cot yet taken Kemp's Balsam for the Tbrvwt and Langs, tbe guaranteed remedy for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup and all Throat and Lung troubles.? If so why? when a sample Ixtt!e isgladly giv en to yoa free by any druggist and the large size costs only and $1.00. Virginia Officials Arrested. Dahtille. Va.. Nor. 2. I'nited States District Attorney Craig arrived here to-day, and T. A. Fox, Register at the last Presiden tial election, was arrested, cbaiyed with im properly erasing from the registration books tbe names of Republican voters. The case was beard before I'nited States Commi.-siun-er Tinsley and at Ihe beginning of tbe trial several txciting annrs occurreif, ihoUKh ti violence was done, and fox was finaiiy.stiit to theg-and j iry for iiij:t.lit.eiit. The Democrats here are ind'ian', and the whole city has beep in a state of feverish excitement al! Jay over what the Democrats construe as the Unwarranted inteiference ot the Cnited States officials with citieus ju-1 on;tl;e eve of a Stale election. I Had Stone In the Bladder And my kidneys were affected. None of the means taken produced any benefit ntil I began the use of Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, of Rondout, X. Y. Th pain ceased the stone baving been dis solved by the action of the medicine. I am ready in public or in private to testi fy that my recovery 5 due to Dr. Ken nedy's Favorite Remedy. E. D. JV. Pur sons, Rochester. Uncle Sam's Twins. WASHtSoToii. November 2. The follow ing dispatch was sent from the Executie Mansion at 4 o'clock this afternoon by sr retary Uiame to Governors Melctte aud Mil ler, of North ami Smth. Iiic.jt: The last act in the a Imi-sion of the two Dakota as States in the Tuion was comple ted this afternoon at the Eterufive Mansion at 3.40 o'clock by tbe 1'resi.lent signing at that moment llie pruciamat ions required by tbe law for the admission of the two r-tat.. The article on prohibition submitted iwper atelyiueacb State was aiaipwl ia Ui,, Tbe article providing t.r niinwrity represeu talion in dumb. Dakota waa rejected b the Ieople. This in the 11 rx i:ttalCw in the his tory of the National Government of twin Stares. North an't South Dakota euttrtd Ihe t'nioo at tbe uoie moment. Interested People. Advertising a patent medicine in tl 1" etiiiar way in which tbe proprietor of Kemp Balsam, for Cough and Colds d-as it is 11 deed we,nderful. He autl.orx.-s ail druisis to give those who call lor il a sample bottle free, that they may try it be fore pun-basing. Tbe large bottle are 50 cents and II. We certainly weald advise a trial. It mar save yoa from eonsonmptiun. It is very difficult to keep toad out ot wells, and this matter is an fin r riant one if pure water is desir. Toads drown, sink to tbe bottom, and there de compose. To-N!ghtand To Morrow Night. And each day and night daring this week yoa can get at alt druggist Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Langs, aeknowlexlged to be the most sacreasfiit remedy ever sold for tbe cure of Coughs, Colda, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and Consump tion. Get a bottle Ut tiny, aud keep it al ways in the bonse, so you can check your cold at once. Price SO cent and $1. Sample bottle free. A rose 12 Inchea in circnniference as Jacked1 In Sanford, Fhu, recently. " L