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Important News Items in Pithy
trie average yield of the cotton cropot
1SS8-U is C,CM,B8'J bale3.
There vera no new ca'es or deaths at De
catur, Ala., yesterday.
AnreotBnffa'o, N. Y., deetroyed prop
erty Talced U .$10,000.
By an explosion of fire damp at Brussels
thirty miners trere tilled.
Memphis, Terra., cotton firms estimate
the crop of 1SSS-9 at G,95,S8S bales.
The N6W York Star has been sold at auc
tion to A. H. Shellabareer for $15,.
At Xew York $550,000 worth of grain,
rcacjiicery, etc., was destroyed by lire.
Afire at San Francisco Sunday night
cansed a loss of $10u,000; insurance $30,(00.
John McKinlay, wholesale flonr and gro
cery dealer at Albany, N Y., has failed for
The liabilities of John McKinlay, whole
wile flour and groceries, Albany, N. Y., will
At a republican ratification meeting at
Clyde, Kan., pictures of Frosiaent Cleve
land were burned
James M. Dccguerly, "arj Anderson's
crazy admirer. l.a boen adjudged insane
end taken to an as lam.
A freight train at Downer's Grovo, 111.,
collided with a passengtr engine, which was
demolished. No one killed.
Gus Cooper, of Portland, Conn.,murdered
his wife by cutting her head open with on
exe. Jealousy was the causo.
W illiam Brown, a Cleveland, O., euburb
grocer, cut hi throat and exploded two kegs
of powder in his store but still lives.
Henry Knhn. a moulder, 30 years old,
committed saicldo at Louisville, Ey., by
shooting himself through the head.
Official returns from every county inPenn
ylvania show a plurality for Harrison of
79,779. Blaine's plurality was 87,019.
An incendiary fire at Black Kiver Falls,
Wis., destrojed 3,000,000 feet of lumber in
the yards of Weed fc Co. Loss, 40,000; in
sured. The National Board of Trade, at its nes
eion in Chicago last week, by resolution fa
vored the reduction of letter postage to 1
It was reported that Governor Gny. of the
Chickasaw nation, Indian Territory, had
been assassinated. The report was not con
firmed. The official plurality for Governor Elect
HoTey in Indiana is 2,191. Gray, the pres
ent democratic governor, had 7.C92 plurality
Three bodies have been recovered from
the rains of Br ant's European hotel, Chat
tanooga, Tenn., which wa3 destroyed by fire
Green & Stevens' fawmill, on Stone Is
land, opposite Bay City, Mich., burned with
considerabln lumber, etc Los-!, 0,000;
Official returns from the Second Congres
aional distr ct of Arkansas give C. R. Breck
enridge, democrat, K! majority over John
M. Clayton, republican.
The condition of Mrs. Jay Gould remains
unchanged. Dr. Baldwin, who is attending
the lady, says Mrs. Gould cannot survive
more than a day or two.
A report from W. H. Barnnm, at Lime
Rock, Conn., shows a flight improvement
acd the physicians now have a slight hope
that he may pull through.
At Gladewater, Tex., George Roden com
pletely deeipituted Nathan Owens, who was
trying to kill him. The trouble grew out of
Roden's alleged intimacy with Owens' wife.
Quarantine against Dekatur has been
raisod at Louisville nnd passenger and
freiulit business resumed by the Louisville
and Nashville railway to nnd from that
1 be prairie fire which Ftarted west of
Aberdeen, Dak., Mot-ilty is still raging and
has burned over several town'hip. It was
caused by a farmer who ett fire to a straw
TUE T.AT1 ST MMTS
The New York World h&i dispatches from
editors all over the south tendering condi
tional friendship to Mr. Harrison's adminis
tration. A Washington dispatch says thht there are
rumors that Fro --.dent Cleveland is to be
tendered the presidency of the Baltimore &
The body of II. W. King, jr., who was
murdere-d by his t c:ond wi'e nt Omaha, Ins
been fent eect. The murderess is in custody
A joint convention of the National Butch
er' Protective association and the Interna
tional Range association is to be held at St.
Louis, Mo., next week.
San Francisco experienced an earthquake
en November 18th which is said to have ex
tended thrcuzh central California. Nothing
more than n big scare has as et been heard
Trnmps who attacked n train on the Bos
ton and Albany railroad have been arrested.
Dispatches of November IS renewed the
rumor of rending war among the Chicka
saws. Dt mocnto as well as republicans of Da
kota are now asking for admission of that
territory into the union.
Judge Bennett, in Wisconsin, has decided
Uat reading the Bible in public schools is
not sectarian and therefore not contrary to
The third national convention of the
BoyB' and Girls' National Employment as
sociation convened Monday, November 19,
The National Educational association ;s
to meet July lfi-20 at Nashville, Tenn.
The steamer Cmbria (necnstown has just
anived ntQneentown tixdays, two hours
and twenty-two minutes from New Yoik,
being the uickest eastward rassage across
the Atlantic on record.
Kwa City Grain and Produce Mirket
Kasss City. Novimbr 19.
KLOUU-Dnll. XX. SI tC-.XXX.31 10; family
$1 XU: itoico. yi BT; farcy. $1 JO; extra fancy
2 11 j-2 20; pstint, J-2 IH1 10. '
WlsKAr IIkw wasa atrocger rrarkot to-daj
rn VI Rue" with hif her values. On tie cll tin
the or.lj rnlos wf ro i f No 2 red, llaj at KMJic
bkmi at S7c Lid yesterday, wtoa tbUc was
CO!lX-No.2.roli.2sUcbid.S0o aked; Nov
2fScbd.no ctferiics; December. &Hc bid, no
offerings: -Unuar. 2c bid, no offencCT: Mar
OATS ISO. 2 ctf h r"lid3ro-rfferinB; Nor.
no biCB,SCicn.ktl; Dec. no Lids nor ottering!
Mry, icersatll'Se. '
BUnEK feccipts lUl.t end market firm for
coud. W quote: Crpiracry lancy. ale. Rood,
Kc: dairy fancy, 15c; mil timy, 17c; xniscrlU-ie-ous.
KgiSc; More I'trKa i.good to choice, 13SI6c-p'"-e3't,
CHEfchD We nnote: Foil cream. tw'ne, 12ffi
l'ihc. full cream, Youn; Ameiica lCQliiic.
LGGfi lteceipts f lruiJ market s.eady at 20c
pertlnten frrMrirtly iW).
LITE rOULTIti Chickens, receipts larger
and market stentc. Choice heca. 2 75 per d zanp
amnlL, 12 M: r. oftere, lare. $"- CO tier do: n"
t&rkpya, fat, 7c ptr lb; poor not waotsd; du k"
12 Z'C2 75 ntrdorem irw-e. nodpmaii.l mnJ
chicktne, firm, medium, $.! 23; lare, S2 -.5 ner
VEQETABTEa-rota'o;. market overstocks!
with northern. wLica f rces iloxn prices n
wetie-n: home-grown. SC6cir bn.:iXlorado
d Utah. 40S 45c: Iowa anl Nebrtfka. timce
ASKc: aweet potatoes, 2:6 ICc jer bo.; CI ns!
Kb per bu.; cabtacc. S0c per 1W lb4.; tarntus
rROYJ- IOX8-The followine -not-Mic-S're
for round lo's. Job lots nsully Ucmghe'cO
Buoae Ccnxn Meats Ctnvasted or nla'3
DHT SALT JIEATS.
Clear rib sidri ,
Long ; near eidrti
Snort clear aides '
Lon claar aides
aort eAaraae ;..-
Tieroalard 7 75
Kantas City I4T Stock Market.
Kassas Ott, November 18. 1833.
CAirrXE-Receipta, 6,221 head; ahipmenta ...
k!md' ue t" ' or natlvo be-f ataera was
low and about aUadr. Grasa rang were active
andtboas, and in aoma cuea lOSUo hitier
wtale common were weak and lower. Stockera
and feeding ateera firm; native atedta: S3 HM
. HOOS-loipti. .5 head: atdpmenti. ....
bead. Ta mantt was 0 higher Uwn jeaterdar'a
U?J5?"lTir,t!th the of yeaterday'i
amm total. Fxtreme rang of Balsa. M 1BQS 45:
bulk at $S 3668 S7J4. ,ul"M .
Cora is celling at 40 eenta a bosbal nt
The Emporia traterworki system is
oompl'ted and in operation.
The new railroad hotel at Smith Cen
tre has been opened to the public
The Northern Kansca Teachers' asso
ciation will meet fct Bsloit, No-rember
The snow etonn revealed the existence
of much poverty and suffering at Wich
ita. The Kansas newspapers are begin
ning to etir np the Oklahoma question
Lee West, of HntohintoD, waa given
a verdict of not gulty after long dolib
eration. The Union Pacific ran an excursion
train from Kansss City to Colby on No
The Westola Wbva Bays: lssar in
mind the Wave will take country pro
Vice on subscription.
H. T. Shewers, one of the prominent
citizens of Winfield, died of Bright'e
disease a fow days ago.
The '"'inSeld Courier is having a
gco.l dc. of fan talking abant micsadera
dJ nuio iocs, etc., etc.
The Atohieon Chr.mpion refers to the
paving brick manufactured near thst
place as the "best brick in the world."
For coveral years Kansas has bought
lpples of Missouri. This year she is
telling thousands of bubhels to Ne
braska. Greenleaf Herald: Judge A. S. Wil
son, wbo was appointed receiver of the
First National Bank of this city, has
The snow storm of Thursday night
and Fiiday was the heaviest known in
nrrtheastorn Kansas tt any season of the
year since 1878.
Hon. James G. Smith, a graduate of
the Uh vereitv of Kansas, was elected
from one of the Kansas City districts to
the Missouri legislature.
Osborne Farmer: A good joke is to'd
on a citizen of Covert township, who de
posited a S15 receipt in the ballot box
in p'aca of a democratic ticket.
At a recent meeting of the Colorado
railway i.fsccintion all line3 party to it
sdopted the collector system, in effect on
lie Santa Fe for scmo time past.
Ed Des Jerdign, an inmate of the re
form school, was nc:iiletly kicked in lli9
stomach a few days since w ilo playing
foot ball and died from the effects.
Hutchinson claims to lead every other
city in Kansas ir. the amount of its
tonnage. It claims to ship out end ship
in more freight than any ot,ar Kansas
N&w Lebanon Criterion: The Odessa
postofiiie, in Jefferson county, has been
.lscontinneci, ana tue supplies ana s!a
Nonary turned over to Postmtster Still
ycu of this city.
Bob Sharp and "Doo" Biggs of cold
Wall quarreled over the ownership of 25
contB for which tLey had been playing
cards, ending in Biggs 60 stabbing
Sharp that he died.
William Jay, of Emporia, won severs!
.andred dollars on the election. He
donated the money to different obarat
able and benevolent associations in the
c&7 and to poor families.
Halstead Independent: A little gis
of Ike Davis died with diptbga and
bnnther child is now very sick. Qhomaa
Mansfield, who lives adjoinisg bim, also
lo:-t a child with the seme disease.
Smith Centre Bulletin: The beauti
ful opera house black in this city, which
is so nearly ccisj&ipd, has seffeted the
great raisforttGa ct the giving away of
the brick piers under the massive front.
Graham county, Kansas, elected two
bright and well educated colored men
to the positions of district clerk and
couaty commissioner. Chautauqna
county also elected a colored member of
Osage Oity People: Thomas Kira
jball, had two large fat hogs struck by
lightu'iDg during the last thunderstorm.
They were lying by n wire fence and the
bones in the hind legs of both hogs
were completely shatte:ed, but the hogs
vere not killed.
Pence Phonograph: Fred Campbell,
a lad about 15 years of age,
while feeding Breedlovo'e cine
mill caught three fingers in the crush
er, mssuing them Mat. Hia cries
stopp-d the horses, else his whole hand
end probably his arm would have besn
Atchison Champion: Before their
marriage Justice Tabbott agreed to give
his wife nil the fee3 received for marriage
servicEP, and she consented that he
might kiss all the brides. He attempted
to violate the contract tha other day but
wrj detected in the act and forced to
yield up ths ducats.
An Augusts doctor named Hill is very
candid. In an advertisement he says:
"I have closed my drag store, because
there was no meney in it. I gave
Deorge Brown a mortgage on my hoxo
itesd and I cannot afford to have my
Irtdit, ruined, so come in immediately
lnd settle your acconnt."
When Senator Ingalls was asked at
Atchison on election dav to forecast !he
day's result in the count.y, he turned
tht question off with the remark that he
wr uld tell ths questioner privately the
following morning. Political prophesy
has become such a venerable chestnut
tint Mr. Ingal.s doe3 not indulge in it.
The Rick Island company is now en
gaged in constructing a hotel building
at M Farland, a station about twenty
eight miles west of Topsks, which will
soon be used as the main eating station
on the Kansas division of th road. Ohmer
Brcs. will conduct the pLce, and after
the ISth inst. the eating boose at Tope
ia will be abandoned.
Belleville Te'escope: New honses in
Scorer's addition, new houses in
SimoncV addition, new houses in Hallo
well's sdditioc, new houses in Hognn's
addition, new houses in the original
tosa site, new houses in all parts of the
town. New houses, barns, corn cribs,
eta.in the country surrounding the city,
gives the lie to tht vtatemant that Kan
ess ia bankrupf
"Empoiia B?ublioan: Senator P. B.
Ttnmb had a narrow' esompe. He was
dirty miles from Sterling and took a
'earn to drive over and catch the train.
ytien about five miles from bis destina
tion one of his horses began kicking
and broke the doubletree to picceB. He
walked the remaining fire miles and
just reached Sterling in time to catch
Wichita Baccn: Wichita has struck
salt. The well which has been sunk on
the Mortison farm,four miles west of the
city, is now pouring out a thick solution
of salt. It wrb struck 1,040 feet be'ow
the surface. This brine came up 850
feet, showing that an inexhaustible sup-
B82 oh hand. It was taken to the
drug stow cf Mayor Allen and was
found to contain 90 per cent, of salt, the
richest found in the west.
The rainfall in Kansas, according to
the University measurement, in the
month of October wts 3.74 inches which
is 0 80 inch aboe the October average.
Bain in measurable quantities fell on
four days. There were two thunder
showers. A Email amount of hail ac
companied the rain of the 10th. The
entire rainfall for the ten months of
1888 now completed has been 07.85
inches, which is G.70 inches above the
average for the eame months in the pre
ceditg tweaty years.
Netawska Importer: I-tt-e- mab,
or Captain Hamilton, a Kzckaroo chief,
died en the reservation north cf town
last week, need 87. In Lis young dtys
he was a very prominent member of his
tribe. He owned at one time all the
land upon which the city of Muscotah
now stands, but oaring to the sharp
practica of the whites end his liberality
to iho Indians he died poor, but was
well taken care of by his grand-children
daring his list illness. He was buried
on tho reservation with all the pomp
and ceremony peculiar to hia people.
Glr.sco Sun: A tough story of tb.9
impatient greed of a Concordian comes
from the divide this week a case of
ejectment. A widow rented the
Sandcn farm last spring and raised a
crop of corn. A mortgage was fore
closed against the place and notice given
the woman to vacate n few dnys ago by
a deputy sheriff. The- next day the
depn y moved the widow out and
moved a man into the house to hold
possession, not even giving tne widow a
share of the corn ehs had raised. Tho
neighbors took the matter in hand and
reversed ths proceedings and are help
ing her gather ths crop.
Leavenworth Times: Moses Isaacson
and Solomon Kornblue, two Cherokee
etreet second-hand dealers of the He
brew faith, had a fierce set-to the other
morning, resulting in a chewed thumb
for one and n disfigured face for the other.
This wos how the trouble occurred: One,
it is not known definitely which, circu
lated the report, a few days Eince, hnt
small pox prevailed in the family of the
other. No. 2 made complaint to the po
lice, affirming that tho rtport was false
and only df signed to injure his business.
Thereupon No. 1 visited No. 2's place of
business and a fierce passage ct words
nnd epithets ensued, wherein the char
acter of the families of the participants
were vilely assailed. Then cam9 the
fight and aftertbnt each party hastened
to the police headquarters to make com
plaint and cause the oiher'e arrest.
The Nickerson Butter and Cheese
company, capital etock $10,000, has been
The St. John Milling company of St.
John, Stt.iT ord county, capital stock $30,
000, has been chartered.
President Strong deme3 all reports to
the effect that the Santa Fe is about to
buy this or that er.ot.jrn road.
The secretary of state has received the
official election returns from only thirty
of tho SCO counticB in the Btate. The re
ports are being held back in order to
publish the complete list.
The National Farmers' Congress,
which has been in session in Topeka,
hst week, met with open d jo-s, extend
ing a cordial invitation to all to attend.
The Granga meet with closed doors.
President Strong, of ths A., T. & S.
F. railroad, says that ho has no knowl
edge whatever of any attempt being
made by Gould or others to get control
of the Santa Fe system. He states that
such reports era absolutely without
Tho republican state central commit
tee Ins closed its headquarters and the
campaign managers have returned to
their homes. Chairman Booth, Secretary
HutchinB and Assistant Secretary Eb-
nardt, wno liav.i been in charge, are
much coniplim&nted for the successful
issue of their work.
The Santa Fe company transported
107 young women through Topeka the
other dsy. They were brought from the
ensi by the Bock Island company and
wera from the New England states. They
will be employed by Raymond, the
great California excursion projector, in
his cow hotel at Los Angeles.
Tho following patents were issued to
Kansas last week: Wash boiler, Monroe
Dhvis, Oak vslley; Adjustable m ter
bsvel, Matthias Gats, Wiccita; cullen
der, W.lliam W. Haas, Newton; horse
collar, Oliver I. Langworihy, Norton
vil'e; levoling 'device, Richnid H. Lee,
Mory6vil!e; portable headiost for trav
elers, Franklin D. McCullum, Fioronce;
grsin-mensuring machine, Beaumont
Parker, Highland; fumigatcr, David L.
The ratification meeting in Topeka
Wednesday night, ovsr the flection of
Harrison end Morion i3 reported in the
Topekn newspapers to bo lhe most re
markable demonstration of the kind ever
witnessed in Kansas. After tbo parade
and flsmbef.u display, addresses were
made from the balcony of the Windsor
bote! by Hou. J. R. HoUowell, of Wich
ita; Engese F. Ware, of Fort Scott, and
others. Prominent republicans from all
over the state were in altondsncs at the
TIIS TRA.XSCOXTINKXTAI, tIXE ASD
THE ISTEIt-TATE LHV.
The traneccnlinental lines of railway
ara stverly discriminated against in the
operations of the inter-st&to commerce
Under the fourih section of this act
railways are prohibited from charging
more for a short than for a long Inul
ovsr ths same line of road. At first
glance, this provision would appear to
be entirely ju't a very proper regula
tion and one which a violation of would
be a manifest discrimination. Appar
ently if any railway can tfford to haul a
car of frieght 2,000 milee for a certain
sum, it ought to be bble to afford to haul
a cr.r load o: the same frieght over a por
tion of that distance at a rate at least no
Ths actual opsration of this section of
law in ths case of the transcontinental
roads however, shows that this seemingly
fair regulation works as a very burden
some discrimination Bgainst these rail
roads and also ogr.iast localities and indi
viduals in some instance, instead of pro
tecting and subsetving the interests of all
three, as intended.
Forty per cent of tha raveauo derived
from the traffic, handled by the trass
continental lines comes from seaboard
business the frieght hauled bttween
the Atlantis end the Pacifio coast sea
board. The railway lines, to get this
business, are compelled to compete with
water transportation in the form of clip
per ships, of which there are several
lines operating between tba Atlantio and
the Pacifio coast cities and which ara not
subject to the provisions of the inter-state
law. In competing with the clipper
lines for this sestboard business without
which the transcontinental line3 could not
live.the roads are compelled to make very
low through rates on buaineea Xrer
poiata btttrsEif tLo AtTcs'sc coatt tad
the Misoori rivr to the PdciSo cosst
cities. For txasple, the roatta can nos
charge more, under this section of th-i
Jatv, than oa business frcm tba Atlantio
cosst cities, the rats3 for which, in point
of feet, they nre compelled to make lower
than fairness and equity would name, in
order to meet the competition o,t the wa
ter carriers. But under the law, thoy
are forced to apply this low rate, which
they must make to get seaboard busi
ness, to their other traffic. The actual
cost of railrcad transportation ia much
greater than the C03t of water transport
ation and it is more valuable cs it is
quicker. But on attonat of competi
tion, which the iuter-stato law dees not
affect, the roads nro unable to charge
proportionately higher rates, on account
of increased expense in operating lisp
added value of the servicp, either otj
seaboard business, or on business from
one seaboard to points inland from ths
The operation of the inter-state law
works so manifestly ucjustly to these
roads that it seems es if they ehoull be
permitted to make many of their rates
without regard to ths operation of th;s
section, of course under the eye of the
commission, which could see that neith
er localities or individuals were discrim
inated against, should tho carriers at
tempt to do so.
The law, as it now stands, likewise op
erates against individuals end localities,
in some instances. For example, Pacifio
coast manafactnreissnffttrfeom a rivalry
with eastern manufacturers on account
of the low rates forced by the water car
riers, which often reaches the destructive
The interstate lew wa3 framed to reg
ulate interstate commerce, not to destroy
it or to destroy the carriers. The rail
roads have rights, just as well cs the
people. And it is contrary to right and
justico that the law should force them to
do a losing business. It would certain
ly be for the publia good if the
law's operations in regard to them
could be stayed or modified. They
ought to live and have a right to hv
and it is the duty of the interstate con
mission, or of congress, if the commit
sion does not have the power, to modify
or chnnge the law to promote it. F. P.
Hater in Tcpel:a Union.
Topeka. October 31. The Common
wealth made its last appearance to-day.
F. P. Bakpr & Sons have sold it to Ma
jor Joseph K. Hudson of tho Capital,
for $45,000, and the new paper will be
named a3 above. Mr. Baker has be:n
a leading man in Kansa3 journalism
twenty-six years, beginning with tho
State Record. He paid $18,000 for the
Commonicealth fourteen years Bgo. I
remember coming down the steps of the
State House that day and meeting him
coming up. Fe stopp'ed me, told me
what Col. Vetile asked for the paper and
wanted to know what I thought about
it. The reply was, '"You know that if
you ownei the Commonicealth yu
would not sell it for any such price." Ho
laughed end went on. Fathor Baker is
ti very shrewd business man, of great
energy, and he never despairs or gives
up. He has seeu days of darkness and
poverty but he cud hu noble wifo have
Horked on just the same. As an editor
he has been clear headed and sagacious.
You could not call r.t hi3 ofiicj and tet&
with him ten minutes without learning
something new on politics, state and
national. And leading republicans
from all parts of the state have been
calling on him for the last quarter of a
century. His knowledge of men and of
public questions, his forecasts of elec
tions, his familiarity with newspapers
ecu editors these and other character
istics have made him a marked and in
fluential men. nis kindness of heart
and his aid to young newspaper men
have made him warm friends. He has
been the chief Kansas adviser of our
delegation in congress. IC all the letters
from senators and members to Father
Baker had been saved they would make
volumns of secret history. He knew nil
of th political secrets. He has broucht
up his boys to work. The three? Nestcr,
Clifford and Isaac, are as hard workers
as he is. Clifford is the state printer.
The others, nith Mr. Baker, have
enough on their hands now. The sale
of the paper does not includo 8ny
presses, type or material. These are
needed in the old office. The Kansas
Newspaper Union now publishes about
200 patent-outside newspapers, nn im
mocEe business. A weekly paper of
that nam?, Kai.sas Newspaper Uxiox,
will now be issued, and F. P. Baker
will keep his hand in. Tho Bakers also
have a very large printer sup
ply warehouse, for the sale cf presses,
paper, type and material of nil kinds.
Work enough to do and no night work
for tho old gentleman the best whist
player ia Knnsas. He hes earned hi'3
needed period of rst freedom from the
execting demands cf a morning papsr.
In regard to Mr. Baker I ought t
havo said ihat he has been a very iif
portant man in the Kansas Associate
Press, iu the State Editorial ossociotirf
and in the State Historical society
Without F. P. Baker end F. G. idar.
thousands of important books and rec
ords now belonging to the Historical
Society would have been scattered antf
lost. Uon D. It'. Wilder in the E(
A DECENT CAMPAIGN.
Tho recent campaign has boen tit
cleaneet and most decent of the psj
five rr ix Those reckless and shame,
less assaults on priv&te life and charso.
tcr, uncalled for and UDfonndsd, thai
have charactered recent presidential
campaigns nnd made them a reproach
to nn intelligent people and a'most e
discrace to the countrv, have been en
tirely absent. The press and the sturcy
have rightly dircctea their eliortstoi
discussion o! tho great question, that rA
tariff policy, which the preside.;!
brought before ths conutry in his en.
nnal message, and such other questionr
as the times and the administration have
The press and the stump have &i
mercifully assailed and ridiculed th
statesmanship of one candidate and
arrogated ta ths other a high ord a o.
that gift etc, etc., according to their
political viewp, which is natural Bed'
reasonable. But there hs been, we
are glad to say, ocmparatively little of
the wholesale assaults on private and
personal character which narked the
presidential contest of 1864.
The people have estimated Portrident
Cleve'and from bis sdministraion, and
bis policy from bis message and from
ths-pU.tiorm, of bio part;. General
Harrison has been estimated from hia
career as a public mas, from hia recent
speeches to visiting delegations and
from the platform and history of the
party which nominated him.
While naturally republican! are
pleased at the outcome of the campaign
and democrats displedaed, all will admit
that it has been a decent campaign and
as sueh ii a source of gratification to
everv good citizen.
It'is to ba hoped that futare cam
paigns will fo'J nr '"M lead in thin par
ticuler It is jnst a? easy to be decant
in politico ns'iii aiviliroir fcla"'. P
PORTS OF HUMOK.
Nebuchadnezzar was the first grass
widower. The first boy-cot Cain's little bed.
iVetc York Journal.
EvEiir dude has a head light.
Ax Irish philosopher says the best
pumpkin pie is made out of squash.---Fuck.
The Bagging Trust. A dude's faith
that his trousers -will not bulge at the
It makes a man hopping mad to step
Dn a hot stove-lid. Washington
"And how is your little brother
George, Flossie?" "He's dead, thank
you." Harper's lazar.
These is considerable difference be
tween a foot-ball and the ball of one's
foot. liOchester Post-Erpress.
The left bower the man who isn't
recognized by the lady to whom ho lifts
his hat. mminglon ree Press.
A public office lias a private snap
when thers is a Yale lock on the door.
It is said that a mine in Colorado is
tailed '"The Pot," because it was opened
by two Jacks. Pittsburgh Chronicle
Telegraph. Cain was the first base man. Abel
was the first man struck out, after he
had just made a sacrifice hit. Terre
The man whose head is not evenly
balanced is most particular nlxmt part
ing his hair in the middle. Xew Or
In St. Louis, (after the wedding.)
Hes And now tell me, darling, why did
you weep when wc approached tho holy
alter? She; Love, I lost my cho wing
gum as we walked up the aisle. Town
Schultz What was going on over at
your house last night? It sounded like
nn earthquake. Miller O, nothing at
all: it was a mere trille, in fact. My
wife asked why I came home so late.
The Boston Transcript has an ac
count of "A Black Bain." Such a thing
mav be a noveltv in tliis countrv, but in
Africa, where there are nefrro kinirs,
black reigns are numerous. Pittsburgh
"Hello, Skimiiv ! I haven't seen you
for tlireo or four months." "No: I've
boon spending the season at Newport."
"Bather extravagant 1 How could vou
afford to doit?" "Easv enough. I was
a waiter." Saturday Gazette.
"1 just paid $2 for a rare cent," re
marked a coin collector to the snako
editor. "That's nothing." was tho re
ply. "I had a perfume liottlo filled for
my wifo yesterday and it cost $3.75.
That scent cost more than yours."
A vain man's motto is, "Win gold
and wear it;" a.generous man's, "Win
gold and share it;" a miser's, "Win gold
nnd sparo it;" a broker's, "Win gold and
lend it;" a fool's, "Win gold and end
it;" a gambler's "Win gold and lose it,"
and a wise man's, "Win gold and use
First Tramp Well, Jerry, how are
they comin'? Second Tramp Purty
rocky, Bill, purty rocky. But I was
worth $20,000 for about six hours last
week. First Tramp How was that,
Jerry? Second Tramp Couploof jay
constables thought I was Tascott.
Terre Haute Exrre-s.
Perish the Thought. Mrs. Pelting
lar I only repeat, Mr. Blandc, what
she said; and, of course, I know one
must not give entire credence to every
thing she says. Mr. Blande Oh, my
dear madam, I felt quite sure you did
not believe a word of tho scandalous
story all the time you were telling it.
A man who dwells on failure with
discontent condemns himself of little
ness. Wc cannot be master of our
jsolvcs till our sovereignty bos been
challenged and proved. Tho salutary
shock comes on this side and that, and
the courageous sufferer is taught the
wealth of his resources.
Sunday-school Teacher Now, chil
dren, that the losson is ended, you may
ask any questions you like, and I will
try to answer them. Is there anything
vou want to know, Willio? "Yes,
ma'am." "What is it?" "Which club
do yer think winned dcr game at der
park terdny?" Lincoln Journal.
Cook Please, muni, the boarders
complain that breakfast is so late an'
supper so early that tho meals como too
close together, and they don't have no
appetite. Jlrs. blimilict Well, Jane,
I'm w illing to do anything to please my
guests, except change the hours of
meals. Them is tho rules of the house.
But there's no use niakin' folks sick
sccin' things they don't want. Just
cook a little less. Philadelphia
A LOVE RACE.
We ran a race up Duncan's hill.
The weper w as lis ;
" Bho rati her !..'. I did tho saint-,
For fear that I sbould mUd !
I reached the top i poople stride
AforoMeg sot half way.
But tv hat think y o woman's wiles
The jade she . adna pay.
Ao rticbt just three weeks after that,
I tauld her o' tho debt ;
Qno' I. "My las', yo'il better pay.
For fear ve should forget.
At wa ao kUs ut flrt, ye ken ,
Interest male it two."
Quo' i.he, "Oiu tlmt'nthe way yecoont.
le ti hettcr lake mem a.
I tacn her nther word, of course,
Sao tno the Mrk wo garni.
It was na lon, or hard lac rino.
Twa hearts in ono were uuule.
Ain syne, I art hae ca'd tno mind
That !.' tho raco was ran.
An', lash ! ye maunua tell her o't
I wiph I "hndna won !
Home Jo trnal.
The Parent of Culture.
"Science is most catholic iu her re
gards," declares Mr. Theodore Gill,
"and none are denied entrance to her
temple who submit to her laws. Con
ditions arc imposed, it is true, but all
those who give obedience to the few
conditions are admissible. One of the
conditions is that common sense inten
sified shall bo applied to all questions.
If it is the historian, he must learn to
doubt and to weigh tho statements
handed down from posterity; if the
Greek or Latin scholar, he is refused,
not because of his Greek and Latin as
taught in the schools, but because only
f-o knowing, ho knows too little and too
imperfectly; when he has gained in
creased knowledge and breadth of view
so that he knows his language as a har
monious part of a great whole, he, too,
is eligible. Science takes cognizance of
all nature and all the outcome of na
ture. How, then, can there be any an
tagonism between science and culture
when true culture is only an esteemed
and devoted offspring of science ?"
Boston School-Teacher Now, chil
dren, can you tell me the name of the
English nobleman who did great i rv
ice to humanity and whom we all o .rht
to remember here in Boston ? Children
Marquis of Queensbury! San Fran
HOW'S THIS X
TT oSer On Hundred Dollar Beward far
kit case of Catarrh that cannot be rated by
taking Hall'e Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEV & CO. Prope- Toledo. O.
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Hal'a Catarrh Care it taken internally, actlr
directly nr-oa the blood end mncas earboe of
the ayatem. Pdoe, fc per bottto. Sua kw
Oast in most case first makes Itself
known by an acuta pain in the joint of the
ortttt toe. This most excruciating pain may
be likened to that produoed by the-driving
of a wedge under the naiL For goat use
Salvation Oil. Price 25 cenb a bottle.
"Drink, pretty creature, drink." a little
at a time of Dr. Boll's Cough Syrup, and
you will relieve jonr cold, and not rack
your cheat and longs to pieces, and keep
everybody else in a state of agitation. Price
When the hair-dressers announced that
hairwaajgoing cp they mast have had in
view ths threatened Indian wars. Philadel
A General Tie-up
of all the meant of pnblio conveyance in a
large city, even for a few honr?,-dnring a
strike of the empIoje?,means a general par
alyzing of trade and iodustry for the time
being, ana is attended with an enormous
aggregate loss to the community. How
much more serious to the individual is the
general tie-up of his system, known as con
stipation, and dae to ths strike of the most
important organs for more prudent treat
ment and better care. If too long neglected,
a torpid or sluggish liver will produce se
rious forms of kidney and liver disease?,
malarial trouble and chronic dyspepsia. Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets are a
Preventive and cure of thee disorders.
They are prompt, sure and effective, pleas
ant to take, and positively harmless.
Joaquin Miller, the poet, while gunning
ihot himself through the head. What he
should shoot is that front name of hi?.
There is no end to the tasks which daily
confront the good housewife. To be a sne
oessfnl housekeeper, the first requisite ii
good health. How cm a woman contend
against the trials and worries of housekeep
ing if she bo suffering from those distress
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The only remedy, sold by druggist's, under
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We don't suppose that the monopolists
will be getting np a comer in glas. That
would be to transparent a scheme. Burling
ton Free Press.
rVben Baby was sick, wo gave her Costorla,
When she was a Child, she cri-d for Castcria,
When she became Miss, aha dun; to Castoris,
When th 3 had Children, she gave them Castcria,
If figures will not lie why do they insist
on keeping company with organ editors?
A Radical Cuns for Epileptic Fits.
To the EJilor Please inform your readers thit
I have a positive remedy for tho above named
disease which 1 warrant to core the worst cases.
ho ttrone ii mr faith in the virtue ot thi mAl
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H. O. HOOT, M. C. 1SS Pearl BL, New York.
SCRATCHES.-.!. H. Shaffer, Madison,
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case of scratches that I ever saw with Veter
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The dregs of society come to the top when
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Couch's. Colds, and all other Throat
Troubles. "Pre-eminently tho best." Her.
Henry 1 artt needier.
A grinding monopoly the only grist mill
in town. Burlimjton Free Press.
If afflicted with sore eyes. ue Dr. Iaanc
Thompson's Eye Watcr.Druggists sell it'JJc.
When the cirl of the period makes a point
she generally employes an exclamation.
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Stbeatob, Iii.. November J4. Miss Belle
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she was endeavoring to punish a boy for in
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Young doctor "They dont bleed people
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they, professon?" Professor "Xot with
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Slay affect any ponton of tne body where the rau
cous xaembrane Ii found. Ba: citirrh of the hesd
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The wonderful success HooJj srsasarltla has bsd
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ferwlththU d sease to try the pecallar medlciuc.
It renovates and iav'garates the Mood, and tones
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I have been troubled with nasal catarrh, and
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which I am confident will do all that Is claimed
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rhe dropping into
he throat iceretiau
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A Yirt Work Uoao in Ten Day.
From ttCtajIi'ii of Lxeter Colore, anl HonsMoa Syr
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ColL Ktoh. (Hon., SpL,-itt.
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Snmmr. Eery bx Oujtrant-!, lumpV order
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