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W b: JgA.Pt« SATTTROAY EVE'ISU tbkm'm jr tnkis. 1 ft poo&th^ 1 mtialh* 7 BUM ^4rfnr p«* TU ixtend re 1 ,-ns or (ti'BWWHT'O* auvrrtis&KS »»*«.« i*ab*« ^hr £*o.f aa* r,-^nr« h« »f UW »t*t* U w y «TAHL. Pmwclstui. I'Bl.M'A* TlVliK"#v J. A. Fielder el Psalk. J#feB M. Ga»Ws of YaaVMM.. A MsllSl Pat UMMMt Oo*«raor— Ote a neAau «f of tuie- A. O RJegstwi of Ustea. w.tr.tmfl** L. V Taylor of Baoaon *rs8mtof PuUiK Ia«w»cito»~ Cortes Salmon of Turner, Oeelwlener of rtekeel Pab.ifc Jtoaia— Hot* of Knursfesry CoMttMio»«f of Labor B. A. KBUh, of CSarHe^ti*. L«ftititivr B*aator— HoMttMMM |Yauk U««m jr V gnl*bt. U. Hslrwou. V*mmt9 wtttun»m CourU Cartts ParCeaatjr A«4jtor obu W Cfeaptt* Wm Better of IK*ei* It flirt W. IvTiMinr J||arttB| Wtt IttHWliWflr C. Porter, Ik §ar*oyw Jofca Uantpor^ Mr #, Joe* I «K« urge upon the general government to prompt and liberal Uoal Miablishment of Jbrar We aid to the a H.vatem of Irrigation by means artoaiau well* %ithn the arteoian )a»in of this state, fced urge u^m our »i«oaUra and repre taotativae in oongrees to 'xintmue to use thair tieat efforts to secure «uoh aid. We favor iravh ^fianaiot) of our Mt ipmisy aa will meet the growing ileovand fjf our increeaing population and wants. Had offset tbe oontra*tion resulting from the withdrawal of national bank circula tion To this end we favor such iagiala -jtion as will utili** the entire jpKHinet of our silver mines as money. We favor auch a tariff on all imports Uooa, manufactured or produed, as will fully prrHect our laborers, manufactar farmer* and miiMMafrom the ruioona competition Of pauper labor of other countries and to create anil sustain a home martest for Um» products of oux farms, giviog to 4Mb a lmng suuftia of profit. aiao favor Hon. J. the (i. products of American farms. Wt otoat heartily indorse the action of the republican party the pasange of the diaatxhty pension bill, and w# urge the pjiasa^e of auch a service law aa will in some measure reward each of our hon or ably diacharged soldiers for the years of healtii and life ioat to them hp the hard service rendered our country We uKjet heartily invite and welcome! lU people from foreign laiwk who com to our «t«te to aecurv homeb and to be (X)ae g-*! and law abiding ritiasas of the commonwealth. We recognize tbe right of labor to or ganize for its protection, and by all law fui mean* to secure to itself the greatest vwward for its thrift, industry and akdi Wi- denoutw*». all oowitHnatkwis of capi taiiltl^ Ut Unut proiiuction or control the aaoeeoanai of life, and advanee prices dolrunenta! to the beet interests of aoci 0ift sod we aak laws for their euppree •lOi and punishment We fav«B- UteAusttvliaMba^atsgrglsm, or such electi«»o to every volar the —of his of As K'-i-roK, -na.t.x, of THE DAILY L*EA, «hooi., «*, hijjher institutiottn of sot TM DAKUl ^nunfc. d^tunud that our acfeooi NOV. i, WW. i^otk shall be jealously guarded. S|Mke r, South Iakote ar -rubiei!, reaffirm the hmik'.amI in the platform of ma? republican party in 1888, heartily indorse the adauais of Prawdaat Harriaoo and vmr here to the Otir puMic Prohibition Issiug adopted by ft wota of tbe }**ple I***1 tje i mental law of the "f taoda- state, AU of the we pladge the party to it* faithful and honest enforce mat __ candidates fsal confidant, tl cats not be other wiee thsa Uul of them will be disappointad. tf you deeir^ vo»«- for the oonetitu tlocgl ®ni©ndu^ut8»t*rft* the word No. If you deeire to Toll aprt®®! Wn®i the word "Yee* mast onthuH!tt«tic Kepublioan meetttifir thnt lm» be^n ix-id in Flandrau for yeem, WM adirf«eed by Banator fttU^rew and D. Kanooae. J. I. Lanffle, who »w» one of Miner county's oldest wttlpffl, aft©r diapoain^ of hut real e«t«t« and pereooal property laft the oountrv ie«vng numerous credi ton to mourn his dfjxtrt.ire. Keporta from every portion flf the OOuotv are to the effect that the Repub ttcans are (faming every day and that Ike Republican state and lagiaiaim |||eket« are safe beyond queation. Highmoare~d i«pat*h. HO: here this aftertHKn Oof- §/nm W«rect*ni*B ple^Bare the aar *»*, «mder*xl atate by out United •ad Mprewetetivee ia i #cirii to Uaa coffliu Iptd towiv #n»r(jugh of |rngitfej« |h« rapuUtaar. in id ft$eded, and *r»«t«fore. .nytu^Uiv witii evary material jlevet'pment of our '.ximtnoc wealthJjere Jfcy pledge our hearty support u all #i«asuree that will Umd to the develoi^ t|ient of our agricultural reeouroeei and also and these with Chair man Peetniller, made a party of eight It is said that the candidates or candid eight, held a meeting for sympathy and condolence with each other. "I'ucle" Peter Couchmao remarked between soba "It will be weeks before thi« Horswill carry us too victory." Bud waters of isiOt itn Blaine'a re- oommendatkms of reciprocal treatiee with Booth American republics, with a view to open in them a wider market for decision# of hia law« will guarantee oreet tbe greatest recy in ballot We aiao favoi the natiaaal eiaptkm law from the OOW peodu^ tmfore United Hutea Thi# PIT I 4: We iriovr wtth gtaat gwiifloitiw tha rseortl k 4 :h a tlao. I^aae and w«iD(f fec a large and very enthusiastic audienoe. Be made several converts. The oouoty will go republican by an increased Bi jjOntv Independents are on the run. 9H -Jff!~SB£SS Hnran diajxttch. 30: (iov Mallatt*, Bon C. nspubiioans were here to-day The go\ irnor addreseetl rousuag republican gathering ui liitfhnaore last ni^hU It Van the tmeat meeting held io Hyde eounty aino*' the opening of the cam paign' He will speak in Mailette this •veninf and Ia «ftor noon. Mr. VanTaasel report* the republicans far in the lead in Ban born county. I he founty will jk11 frtjui l.WK^Ui 1,050. The republican* will elect legislative and fount y tickets and gire a good majority for the state ticket. He ta of the opinion Ahat the majorities will be nearly as great as last year Republican are patting in Taylor hmuI "Uncle" Peter. -The democratic party sought its Couchman too soon." Aud they all wept great big violet water tears and called for John Pen rungton to wipe their eyes, with hie (jtomocratir rag. -But ~0uBin" iJotnr fc. was abroad with hk fog born and "Hm ter" ()'Brian amuaged their grief by reading a letter from G. Cleveland, Aud then the meeting vene on er of sfcoeh will state wnator, wan Tripp. wtati an JM-covnt be takcMB* ISwsiM# fared. Mitoboll dispatch, 30: Fur ple«lgetl party or other matters. caucu^. been obi in thi* These facts »*re pub hsbel the Republican anl h»v« since Iteen publicly repudiated by Peaae, who found it was knocking democrat*. him out with the Thta shows two things: 1 That Pease was pledged to Tripp. That lie has telling the story and the republicans Nm«rkMf Kitftaf^rtaf f#SI Pierre liiapateh, TU) Jacob Brown who with a f-orps of survey cms, roc wt» werit line from Forest City to the Black Hills, to-day returned nitii hia City to 5 makmgftifty mik« per v k v. v .* K- Tur anth ritfe* of Ike Hwim cantoa of Hch«ry:i£ d® i ibt1he» have 9 "defed ike Wil(|«ni T1 U jn- ode t» b« 0*~ jftngtid Ir*Mu the «oho*d bockka, A OAWt 6i nafive OiunM tal Kiugpf in«)«tel n^oii utteodiug n theater owned by Aiiveru*w^ wiMkout p»yng, and as ||t* inrftImritie-t refused U interfere, the Statan ahip Monetaev left tthaogipu, Aii^uat 16 U." lurttlUiCt tigbu'of fha propriator*. if it i v.. off the no*a a ISfciWttr act «i Teu^«»ance to inflict on »w eeeu. or a laith!«*« wife in the Bontliay dwtriot of India an 1 simultaneously with the prac lice has grown the art c»f making wee noee* to v«|u»ca thoae alioed away. The fajnre«l feature can be mawdeii by skillfnl artwt w» as to 1»W HM^f little tnri of di«figuremeot. In aome cities dfesaes ganized women to road workers their beat bora county. Licks in Verily, our way. Ban- things are OMMMICI AIB »f*FAHI¥. Half thr »»llftatr» mm th# tstate IX-MtrrMlr Tlrket fleet te W*ii. Yankton Preen, 5»: There were in Yankton Marus Taykw, oaadidate for governor, "Uncle" Fetor »«, ^uwNMUii. governor Irving A. Weeks, for auditor H. Horeweil for treasurer, and W A. Buiton for super intendent of public instruction on the democratic state ticket. Whence they cam« and whether they went is a matter of secondary importance, b«t they were here, a fact which served as an excuse for all the candidates in the city to bark and growl and scrape holes in the earth with their hind feet all night. John D. Lawler and H. C. Hinckley of the democratic state central committee were the to II VanTaaael and other leadiug *v^\*f v y New the 1 reek language. to get th«ea to tho should b* broad Teetamret in A unitcil eflort read ft do it in Kngli*^ undarstandingly. would point. There in a automatic Tut: sons tiaie it Hat' generally l^elieved that John M. Peaae, independent candulate for to support Jutig** Tripp for the United Htate« aen ate should the former electe*l. White in the city Tuesday, aaked Pease Col. EI W. if be Poster expected to support Pease rep! mg said: support aome imlependent." Pease ther stated that he will fur would not abide by Mount Carmei Aeronautic Manufactur ing Company. of There is nothing startling in this an nouncement so far as the amount miliioa* But i« on they party go the return Ui the Black Hills H5 milea. the round trip being mile*, day the time they i» UMtVBflSAI. Of a emu for of ndmjtiU. tl|* the th« bad and Out IWBPKCTOB BTISNIC8 WJ9 that «alj way' to keep a c% elaar of men i« to arrest then on •%kt make the place too hot tor than) •f 6us) arreat» "on •usraojon" then be one mistake- oihh honeet man lie owe* it to th** public to identity himself aii such. The howt about 'personal liberty" rilwujs «oa»e from criminal lawyers. may but l»av» lieeoi of- te leach the young aeu and and be mow growing move toward the teathniic r»Ugi»u^ rireles. An effort, as it w«*a, to bnild up exclusivo riraAes laside tht one that enough to tdke in "all •ovtp aud conditions of iuog." A wniTKit *i disinfectanta llalniR thai the mo*t reliable one that te practioaWe for familiea ik the vapor of e&iphur. Tc uae this pat it into an iron vcaaai. set it on fire and leave it to burn out in tb* apartment with the doors tightly Hoeed. About tw* |Hounds of roll aalphus is re quired for a room tea feet oquaio with ceiling of ordinary height. Tiw* fuma« are dangerous to life, and caution must Dc observed in entering the room be fore it is free'fronu the sulphnroiu gas. Ax Eaglish «ew^ps»per oharged a rfrfrr connciloT with hmrkm "tiddly winked the shire funds. 4 libelous. '1 he Jaw was invoked and, after censnitisg »H avail able dictionaries without finding any definition of the tea*, the Cotart de* cided that the phrase was set neo«w sarilv The gasse «f suggestiTe phrase, sad ducwd for the tiddle winks, which is now in *ogT3W in this country, i* one of skill, and an expert tiddiewinker nana* be gifted milk »ii«bt first tun* Boms one baa invented ai chair for use in theatora. In its n^mal condition it remain* closed, but trhon penny ia dropped in a slot it open.-, closing again wl*en tbe person mi# oc cupted it n.M««. The other day a lady who waa visiting the Kdmburg Exhibi tion rose from her automatic chair too deliberately, and found that in closing thf chair had acjizcd her drew improver. As nothing could induce the chair to open and release her, except and addi tional penny dropped in the slot, and as the lady bad nothing except a sover eign, she saw herself compelled to chooee betwoon remaining a permanent prisoner and calling a snrgeors to ampu tate the dresa itaproTer. With t. alight miHhiication tht The chaii if nse1«*s» democrats another each, left ago to Hu eurwy a railway arsure to errt* for the j»arty 5 .. us, rfii rirtftitu r^^l^HliiitilntTi^ inf ill %/«..%^a-'-' 1 I« t'ur* All A VMM a (hnramt PT»|H»M b' tM« lh» A Ft ench contempomry. siroo»-dl«g to th mdon (ilobe triires account all »ort« and coa lition# of which the cure (noi the ailments) M. le Doutem Luy mem)er of the academy U the Inventor. iMitonished Bufferci t«» inr- in •ciou^ne*i aome he «ec«n» o tb« treatment lr, to the be a single point of intense light. The rays, con verging horizontally upon the victim s eye land n state of unoon- cases »o quickly that have teen strucn by Ught- olng and from this stage ne comes Ut himself—cured. It seems also that may be employed *Be»t ietu as in case ot young Hwede. ought prove an invaluable invention. «nd of It should be so constructed as to setao a»d retain every person who noon Id attemp* to leave the theater between the acta ortwforw the the play di»io»ition adjourned to oon Wwlnastlay next, near the bead atadr that would gently but inexorably *eJ^e a man by tbe coat-tails who should thw age. annoancemeot is tos^te tf*i#'^e lllinoia. was- ehat- teretl with a capital of of capital is ooneernod. In these days of big *nm* on |aper it ii Mm eaaieit thing imaginable to laanch a o rupasy for tbe MNo, I most impracticable and v*«ional7 of purposes with a capital of a toor# ol fourscore of thi* now company is going to accomplish all that is promised, a little of it. tbe world the eve of the most tremsadoas sneial and economic re*olutHs of all the ages The company is going to navigate the air not in uncertain and almost balloons but in ships capable of or, aerial carrying fifty persona say, 15,000 pounds of The inventors claim of that the roblem aerial navigation ha* boon and that they hare demonstrated this ax)«nmeutally. Within sixty days, tbe in Brst trim. aible Huron. The diatan-1* casco left Foiaat City, belie*ed to be the moet remark able feafc oK railw# air »bi»» will They premise morning Mid spend the &ficrao«a evening with your unele Aluminium on w v i- be to make 4 I-*' to circumnavigate the glob®4® days, and to leave Chicago to the i in Ban P'*n to be the mi^e*tol of the coming ship, and elect ictt? Motive i«wer. nginsiiiliitf So Mrs are th prhm*1 tars of sucoeea that they do not ash M*e ptifela- i ^ubsortbe let a stagis shav* y I w-"' an operations: »«d i there ap|H?ani to bo no limit extent of the last new »edi co-surgical miracle Into the details of the process we have not entered Poeaibly very carefully, see ing that it aeeuis connected in some way with the mysteries of E%e. and the wizard* of hypnotism however, there may bo a profouuder interest in the matter than has been revealed even to M. Luy*. There has always been something magical aboir mirrors, ever si i o their first invention it is supfosed oy the middle ages, though vastly inferior fellows of belnj? mora or leas connected what professional individuals eati -the nerves one Is tempted a gotd to deal Suppose, for exam^* a were to suddenly think may be done by Mtonitfhing one's patient with less acientific »pparj&iu» than a rotating i o direct, not a pene!! of concentrated rays, hut his own ti»t into his jjatient's eye Would not trie jwtient consider that furtfvr a A POLI8HBO IRm coming ly to his residence illness frequent on won business rands, fiaally becamc a stationary fixture there and his entire ami untir ing devotion to Mr leiMw during hia toe gratitude and the Swede would admira tion ©f tbe great man s family. On liis recovery Mr. Ihspew, like the fairy god-mothers in toe story books, aw iced to choose what he and it should be given to him. Aiid he oegged to be allowed to co rn ni n tu butler After the amn was Kvery tow show to walk over other jhpo ple'a feet or who should attempt to spoil the last scene of an opera by tfviag to leave the house would be one of the aoblsst invsutions of the years, My MAKING A 8PEBCH Mat M«r*iur n»la ^aw Worh Whe» It may look !ik.- a very easy thing for a «e«nh*r, having Ids sp«*ech written, to deHvor tt #»rin« the course of hour in but It is not su an easy U», looks. The average speaker »xl h»sl of athteti. serene uurse of an hour's Thore get' the of medicine. The pattonL tic parahtie. illtrtnlneed U mirror denly m( goio^ #o rapidly to epilep nervoua or what not, is itud whi-'h is »s to arv some members of the House who cai« stand and read a speech without lifting hand, except to turn th« pag«-*, ana a! os' without changing portion, an thcr« are otiicr* who can talk all ta without getting tired but tb»- average sp«aker perspire* as if he were Rawing wood. An off-hand speech of ten mln utes doe« not fount, hut the man who thrown hh arm* into the air as it whirl» las Indian lubi. hammers hts de».k lls« a blacksmith, and dances all around the piaco for an hour or more, Is taking vl«» lent exercise. Experience has taught mhu" of them that It Is not saf«« to »ak« such a «is^h without taking eatra pre caution against cooling off too qutcsiy afterward I know «»vcrai member who take ex traordinary pm antions They do not speak of ton. Tb«*y know for weeks b» forehand that they are to speak an after all preparations an- made for th speech Itself, and the day com« for tl effort, tbev havo a servant brinst ilo'in 1 complete change of linen and underwear and a heavy overcoat u the Capitol, an«! wait with these thing* at hand u^tll th H|ieeeh Is ended. Then the *peakrr. with the perwpiration pouring off him. ru»bc» to the cloak room, where th. servant stand* with the cloak ready, ami thrown it over hi» shoulder* as soon a he comes within reach. Next, the metn ber, with the collar of his overcoat turned up high, tucks his dry under clothing tinder his arm and makes for the bath-rooms. There he enters the waiting-room, where the temperature i tho.r high and there can be no draught, bete with under ground, and waits to cool off little preparatory to a hath There i more work for htm In the House tlm» day. When he has got his bath i makes for his lodgings as fast as he can and stavs there until thoroughly rested to their nineteenth century successors, turned out articles in the magic inir-* ror line of unquestionable quality. Still. accepting the caaea of cure claimed by ih- l.uvs. and without di.« counting them on tbe score Afcwtt* rat whh u Mt, physician were no longer needed And misrht not the typical paralytic bn tsndowed with •umcteni »trenghth to return the treatment! If this seeius unfair way of dealing with seri- cju* subject one can very fairly reply teat the world has had enough of medical magic which has been frora time immemorial a symptom of peri dAa nedical uncertainty. BUTLB*. lnlei»s«ieai Wha Looka Sft*rCh»«»W Chauncey M. fepew has in his ea liStey a butler who la a very superior saraoo, says the New York i'reas ,Ee is of Swedish birth and apceawry, 1% college graduate, and fliveral lao«u»ge» intro he »peak» Coming to this to conquer fortune,he found it tuimoi to onvam employment JOT whichs his breeding, his education, and his itfcOtination* UUod him. A position in an office which he was offered proved, from its indoor confinement, injurious to his never overstrong eou stitution. and he finally became at tached to Mr. lepew'« office at the Grand antral depot Shortly after his installation there Mr. liepew had one of the few but sarioas illnesses which have befallen him ia his busy life. e- inont caused by his request had sub gided it granted, years he has and for many been not only but an e«teemed a trusted servitor in tbe hoiiw when he has »c- cuatulaiad a considerable sum from his wagea ho is bitten that bait many a mightier man ha« found fatal. He siitrts u oewH|aj»e: and koeps it going until his savings are exhausted. Haen he ratura« to his alloglanco to butter's piuntry. He is phenom- aoally punctilwu^ about his duties, tuyri his discharge of them is marked by the courtesy and respect to others beat thobm in those who have much •eU-iespect i he god of his Idolatry i* hauiK-ey lei»ew, though he ctosoiy jwressed for this distinction by that little edition of himself, Cfcaaaooy M. Depew, Jr aged U yeara Ma Maw WUIom ta if* mmk, sickly-looktag a sirloin some staak, and omelet and some baked potatoes.** Yes sir that And bakod ••Yes, si», haai, and—aao a •mall mutton hop. waiter.*' tea—" ••A couple of haMhtM ol boar and a half ndoxeo Kngllsh muffin#.** The wait«'i put down his tray withu knowing smile (iiancing over the eounter to see If the proprietor was looking, ho loaned over and whls pored •«/, ml*tor, ,foa 4oa*t tt»t i^anegar, do fouf" ftpsee It MS Cs* *i A*in (Hjrson who feels like dospttM |pg, itooaosi^ the world has not jj ne wall with him, should try. first of uil. 10 Agure out to what extent tha #o. i i Is to blamu far ids failure, mid to txtec• he himself Is t« blauiu. If has riot fitted h-.^seif for succo^n, It t 11 anU tli.il -ihvhi,, has not to hlnp^^" v." i i IV V'- to a dtetarv prescribed for ©bests ha* yi merits of being e«ratl.» as well as lesiuetlve'- a Breakfast Beefsteak, la»b chops o ftsli. iiroiltH), lulled or baked, and The trouble is that a great many per sons believe if a dog bites them, bow ever slightly, that they are sure of suf fertng front hydrophobia, and that noth Ing c«n prevent it, even in the most sir pie eases, save the shooting of the do Sow this is nonsense ff the dog mad, it should be killed to prevent It do ing others injury. But this will not he! a person already bitten As for sho«,in a dtw that has accidentally, perhaps, hi tel. Hm one, that Is aa set by which in one bone fits. It f* safe te say that one eanbot giv what one does not have to give. Th same is true of a dog. If he has not goi hydrophobia h* cannot communis aU ii S» then# is no reasonable cause for th« frigid dtupiayed by I«T*.Ms if !fe j. 4u! get tholr skins iiroken by a d«»t whoM» healtii i» jerfe«'t Men who are in the habit of haadlllH dogs think nothing of their bites Doj. fanelers and dog trainers are frequent! bitten, and think nothing of It. Th men who handle tightinii dog- ua scarcely any attention to dog bites uale they are "evere, and then apply ordinary renjedtes. Ther** an many thing# woi^« than the bite of a healthy dog. A ltttl common sense oughtiw he u.t»4 &U-*- tn other auiMars. iadtvidual with a shawl and a pan of gaitsrs. en* tsM*od a railroad rostaurant and said to waltoi ••Waitoi. lring What a «wall fitous* Is JMlii «».••?? stt-i! without any butter, gravy or sau« uliced tomatoes, lettuce or celcry in st son and »ffc with saccharine, which a a ur and sugar product, and has none the in effects of ptirc s:rgu on ob»-sHy. Lun h—'« id meat and a salad with s glass of WltH1. Dinner—• lear soup, sh» II fish, or t plainly c«Kked fish, a ehoioe of roas meats or game, minus gravies, «ance aad condiment#, an-l a?iy non-f u c! voge table, such lettuce, spinach, ast aragos. tomato**#, etc., a glass Hgnt tierman win*: and for dt^scrti snail quantity of raw fruit or ft»*«i fruit. This diet Is tor the reduction of a«« pov tissue, but If the patient is subjo to Bout, rheumatism, Kidney troubles, etc., and wants to cur*'- them, he ro«wi resort a strict diet of beef and hot water The meat must be minced an ran be broiled or baked Th- hot watot is to be taken In pint Quantities one an* a half hours before the meat. vvTtft a person wn nas not rtuh#et be fore, the first dietary It will roduce i rapid reduction of flesh, but If prevloi: expt-rlments have been made and th system has become used to a nitrogenow diet. wll! be necessary to become n»or rigid, and not only the Jood allowaac diminished but systematic fasting prae r-, mill nji-—w of the persons srho h«*e bee? discussing mad dogs and th cffict i» their bites are more mad than some o the animals they are talklnir about 3- What do**% it ioat to k» up a gnat house? Everybody knows that it t» e\ pensive, but not everybody was pre pared for (he statements, that wer made in an Kngllsh court rec*ntly in tin matter of the Ear! of Kartdor and hi* pictures. It costs, It appear*, $#5,000 a year to keep up Longford Castle and l( dependencies Hut even that large sum ferns inconsiderable when otnpareO with that of the great nobleman who once told lxrd Ksher that his hou«ehol i expenses alone were a week. In that case, probably two or three estab lishments were kept up hit even one est country use will eat up an enor *a ftmi of money It Is not the eating a rinkiug that does it, as the ingcuu ous hater of bloated arlsu»crati» might 1 mi..'»ne Great numbers »»f wrvants have to be kept, and stables arc costly and the keeping up of the gardens and Is a frightful (WHBrce of Wet Vee«- Uow often do we see people trawptntr about In the mud with alio**! soaked 4h rough, »»d how often do sw?h fseople 4*. ben they return home sit down by the jorcskle. And jiormlt their feet to tiry thont chutiglng either k uiipi or Hh»e». says the New York Imigrr Can vrc then Winnie? tit the coughing aiwi barkmg. and rheumatism and Inflamms lion, whi' enable ih do tors to ride in fthctr earriaRes-' Wet feet most common U produce »ff«-Hof»i of the throat an»i lttngi». and wjiten amrh d»sea%os have «n« taken place, '"the bnw is on .firc," dan is not far off Therefore every one. m»tH'i hut* htalthy. ought to guard /*, *'J 4 H»s. ,V 1 Jfej 1' Flannels, Oroceries, JOHNSON. 01 SON & CP, vrv I -"^1 t' A A- ***w trt iy tr -V4 *SSM a* t:- »WB a 5 w r* a* ga s 1 «KK( aARPIMH. «lf NKHAL Dress Goodsw Jfoots, Shoes, Clothing:, Cloaks ^Shawls, '.'Si r.:'4"' N .4JI1»^ AMM- 4(!T0—- McCallisler Bros.' UH 1 exaiiiiiio JEWEL Vapor Stoves. Bussnme Property. Residence Proptitjl^'. VlBlOOk Proparty •V A awnpiato Una of Baavy aadSittf Hardware and Build ers' Materials pyrin Hitop in «oniw t«ai with 8to», UK.4 i. K«»T4Tm. fiCOix riiiariiDAS, REAL ESTATE. Tv T-*. Ac® Propartarfc arm have aino some very ehtttda §aim in Farm Loads. n o o a n e n o w i TKIlf 4IS84W. OAK UgMTBK Vs. *A *V.