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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1894.
The Weekly Chronicle.
OFFICIAL PAPER or WAtU-O COUNTY.
T mail, roTa rattrtiD. is advance.
vntrw i f'cratie good faith. I hoe von will not j
tEw:. . .: : . n itr.iw if i..; T;'"sj
Adreriintnc rate rruonablc. aud made known 1 in relation to another 6ut'jf-t, which can
on i.ltruuu. hardlv fail to bo troublesome to the con-
Ad-treaaall emnmuBMaiUNM .-Mir. a.tvw
1CLK," The Italics, umrou.
Kuiend at the Puttoffice at lav lllt. Oregon
M tecooiKlaM nutter.
J OES TIIE PRESIDENT DICTATE?
In tht course of considering the con
ferees report in the house Thursday,
Kir. Wilson, chairman of the ways and
means committee, seut to the clerk's
drsk and had read a privute letter from
1'resident Cleveland to himself, the tat
ter's consent having beeu obtained to
g.ving puu.ic.y. as
remarkable document, and will here-
after be extensively commented upon,
we print it in full.
Till! VAMOIS LLTTKU.
-The certainty that a conferer.ro will
be ordered between the houses of con-
press for the purpose of adjusting the
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diflereucee on the subject of tariff legis
lation, makes it also certain that you
will be called upon again to do hard
service in the cause of tariff reform.
My public lhe has been to closely re
lated to the subject, I have so longed
for its accomplishment, nud I have so
often promised its accomplishment to
my feliow countrymen as a result of
their trcsl ami confidence in the demo
craiic party, that I hope no excuse is
necewary for my ear:.e-t appeal to you
that, in this crisis, you strenuously in -
ic iihmi j'iii.v ii'i.n.-pi. aitu KLu lain.
and a sturdy adherer.c;
to democratic I
principles. I believe ti.eie are abw
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,um. nnceurr cuuu.uuue .0 cn-
t.nuat.on of democratic existence.
I cannot nu iuyselt ot the leeling
that this conference will Dient the
best if not the only ho,e of true
racy, indication point to it? ttclion aa
si.n f ti l .1 -
in ,v..auc u. ulu ..o uesire wie gen-
fulfillment of denir.rrntir nlednna unii !
the redemption of democrat c promises
10 the people. To reconcile differences
in the details, comprised within the!
fixed and well-deGned lines of principle,
will rot be the sole tak of the confer
ence, bnt, as it seems to me, its mem
bers have in charge the question whether
democratic principles themselves are to
Ik? saved or abandoned.
"There is no excuse fur mistaking or
misapprehending the feelings of the
temper of the rank and file of democ
racy. They are downcast under the as
sertion that their party lias failed in its
itmuij 10 manage me government, auu j
they are apprehensive that efforts to
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lirinrr altnitt tipifT .. ov f.iH Kiil '
they arc much more downcast and ap -
tjt-iiciibivc 111 meir tears mat
cratic principles may be surrendered, i promjse j "ut c,nP,0.ve8- consequently when the
Under these necessary circumstances.!' "I exnect verv few of -can sav when I 't "rC Ca"ed 'U U U t0 Prol"rt the
Viht !.. a; i-.pl i- tn 'nnt a ith rnnfMnr 1 ". -v ... ""! former's property, and not their own.
They do wisely to .00k w itn connaenee yonr mea9ari. s perfected, that s o in i .1 .1 . 1 1
to yon and those who with you have ! ? featur re en. wv B,w'ewol)ld pre. ! Thp reward for tins ,s a threatened d,s
patriotically and sincerely championed ! fer. Yo know ,,ow Uch , d j e"a ge o perhaps . lo,, of position
the cause of Uriff reform within demo- the incornolation in the rnoJ hill ,., i .. T,,e" ." r?n,.e,.!y. th" Ua"'U '
cratic lines and guided bv tho princi-!
Dies. This confidence is vastlv auz-i
oiented bv the action, under vour i
leadership, of the house of representa
tives upon the bill now pending.
"Every true democrat and every sin
cere tariff reformer knows that this bill,
in its present form and as it will tie sub
mitted to the conference, fall far short
of the consummation for which we have
long labored ; for which we have suffered
defeat without discouragement ; which,
in its anticipation, gives us rallying
cry in onr day of triumph and which, in
its promise of accomplishment, is so in
terwoven with democratic pledges and
democratic suci-esscs that our aliandon
ment of the cause and of the principles
upon which it rests means party perfidy
and party dishonor.
"One topic will be submitted to the
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conference which embodies democratic
principles go that it cannot be com-1
promised. We have in our platform 1
and in every way possible declared in
favor of the free importation of raw
materials. We have again and again
promised that this should be accorded to
our people and our manufacturers if the
democratic party was invented with the
power .0 determine the tariff policy of
the country. The frty has now thai '
power. We are a certain i.s we have
ever been of the benefit that would ac
crue to the country from the inaugura
tion of tide policy, and nothing has
occurred to release us from our obliga
tion to ecure this ndvantnge to our
"It iiui't be. admitted no tariff measure
can accord with democratic principles
and promises or bear the genuine demo
cratic badge that docs not provide for
free raw materials. In these circum
stances it may well excite our wonder
that democrats are willing to depart
from this most democratic of all tariff
principles and that the inconsistent
absurdity of such a proposed depart re
hould be emphasized by the suggestion
that the wool of the farmer be put on
the free list, and the protection of tariff
taxation be placed around the iron ore
and coal of the corporations and capi
talist. How can we face the people
I after indiilk-ini! in such outrageous dm
I criminations ami violations ot princi-
! pics? It is quite app.uetit thir? nuestiou j
!of free raw matt rial does not admit of !
' adjustment on anv middle .round,!
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; .,nce their tubi.ction to arv r.itev.f land
, luxation, great or small, is alike a viola-!
i tion of democratic principle ami ueuio-
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ferenee. I refer to the adju
tarttr taxation 011 sucar.
our party platform, and in accordance
with our declared party purpose suar
is a legitimate and logical article of rev
enue taxation. 1'nfortunately, however,
incidents have accompanied certain
stiges of the legislation which would lw
submitted to the conference that have
! aroused in connection with .title subject.
national democratic animosity to the
methods and manipulation of the trusts
and combinations. I confess to sharing
in thi. i-lin, an,! vet it t 111P
we ought, if possible, sufficiently to free
I ourselves from prejudice to enable us to
I cool v weigh the considerations w hich, in
j forn-ulalin? tariir it.gj8i:ltioil, ought to
j guU,e our ,reiltmorit o( bl,ilr ns a t:lI.
able article. While no tenderness
j ghouU b(? en,ertojlM,d ,or ,ruslSi aml
whi,e T am dwdttllv d t0 praI)t.
ing ,hmU) umkr of tariff taX;ltion
I ..:. , ,..,.. thir 1ar.
ti ular methods, I sugcestwe ought not
to be driven away from the democratic
principle and policy which lead to the
taxation of sugar, by the fear quite
likelv exaggerated that in carrying out
this principle and policy we may indi
directly and ordinarily encourage a com
bination of sugar-refining interests. I
know in the present conditions this is a
delicate subject, and I appreciate the
depth and strength of the feeling which
; Us treatmcnt h aronwd. , do"llot k..
i ,ieve W(J ,hl,uIJ do evi that pjlHi nia.
come, but it seems to me we should not
; forget our aim is tho completion of t lie
! tariff, and in taxing sugar for proper
. piIrpose!j and wit,lin reilsonable boun.is,
whateTer eIju U)av be (aid of our action
I we are in no danirer of running counter
1 to democratic orinciolii. Then, ninl
democ-jl)t,inthetn;atnient of thi- ank.,e the
same ground upon which we are all "-ill-1
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proutem without demanding the entire
surrender of nxeu conscientious convic-
,- - i
I ought not to pro out; thia letter.!
If what I have written is unwelcome, I ,
j ueg you to oeneve in my good lnten-
tiuns. In the conclusions of the confer
ences touching the numerous items
which will be considered, tiie people
are not afraid that their interests will be
neglected. They know that the general
result, so far as they are concerned, will
be to place home necessaries and com
forts more easily within reach and to in
sure better and surer compensation to
t)OJe w)lo tojj
We know that a tariff i
all the interests and con
uitions of a countrv so vast as ours,
o( . i, titp
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mtxi of honorable ailiuetnipnt nnd coni.
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B iixcu ami iFLm: Hiru iieiiiiferni il- m.'
time, we are willing to defer the judg
ment of a majority of our democratic
brethren. I think there is a general
agreement that this party duty is more
palpably apparent w hen we realize that
the business of our country timidly
stands and watches for the results of
our efforts to perfect tariff legislation ; I
that a quick and certain return of pros
perity waits upon a wise adjustment,
and that a confiding people still trust in
our hands their prosperity and well
being. The democracy of the land
pleads most earnestly for the speedy
completion of the tariff legislation,
which their representatives have under
taken ; but they demand no less earnest
ly that no stress of necessity shall tempt
t'heir trustees to the abandonment of
DO YOU YAXT TIIE
A newspaper it largely what its sur
roundings and patrons make it. A dead
town naturally has a moribund paper
and a bustling city will just as naturally
have n live, wide awake paper. Tiik
Ciibo.mci.e is spending its money to
maintain the latter style of paper. It is
getting the new s of the outside world, as
well as the local hanpenings.and it feels
that it in entitle;! tn ti).ral mnnnpl
Whether the telegraphic tervice will lie
maintained and increased, depends en-1
tirely on the people of this community.
If its patronage will justify it, the tele
graphic tervice will be continued, other
A horse kicked H. H. rihafer, of the
Freemyre House, Middleburg. J. V. on
the knee, which laid him up in bed and
caused the knee joint to become stiff.
A friend recommended him to use
Chamberlain' Pain Balm, which he
did, and in two day was able to be
around. Mr. Hhafer has recommended
it to many bruise or snrain. This !
sam remedy is also famous for its cures '""'J tired of l,,at '""''i1 ' P"r
of rtiaurualiim. lor tale by l!lakele & chasable thieves known as the I'mted
Houifhton. I Butes tenatc. It is no longer a hotly
l.7 NATIIAX SAU LSTO lAYll.
Our esteemed couteninorury, the
Kvening Telegram, o the ltth says:
Of course The Telecram twin cotupli-
mented to ubTi that our state ex-
,.lN,r.y (rom our
umI)lj) ,j j most inataneea irive due
, i-redit to this paper lor the clippings
I"t there i mi exceptional eauoriai
t al uriyintil matter without any sort of
credit to this paper. As an instance the
U..tl..-i.. ..lii.wiul i..irrraii anueared
"p- , ( l
rnderl'" t,,e 1 lie l''en,,,lt leieram over a
"The kind ot strike 111:11 is most
needed in this country is u strike ueainst
anarchy. Strike it down und crush It
wiiiie it is down."
lu a few days the same articlo ap
peared as an original editoral paragraph
iu the Lebanon Kxpress. and was scis
sored by the exchange editor of the Ore
gonian and reprinted this morning with
credit to the U-hanoti paper. The. same
thing has occurred three or four times ;
in uu mam- u ....L V. .111 lint flhleeL !
j our "exchanges borrow from us.
We are ncighbtirly and will be pleased
ti leni our matter to our men. is; imu
i we do think that in common decency
tliey might fcive us credit, and not tilch j
another person s coou. ine meanesr
thief in tlie world is the person who will
steal another erson's brain work ; he
is even worse than the anarchist who
believes in leveling ail -property scis.
Uc are pleased to know mui ine lei-
egram fully appreciates tho enormity of
the offL'iise. In our experience running,
through several years ot newspaner
work, we have made il a rule never
to kick, no mutter how bold a theft was
made from our colums ; but as The Tele
gram has, time und time again, ied
from ns, we oan but feel thanklul that
it is about time to "put out the lamp."
Only a week or ten days ago tiiat paper
clipped a quarter-column editorial from
this paper, and with the solid statement
that "a gentleman just down from East
ern Oregon says," proceeded to publish
it. We appreciated the fact that, while
we were not "down from Eastern Ore
gon," our neighbor saw lit to designate
us as "a gentleman." Hope it will re
memlier it hereafter and treat 11s ac
ROCCir OX THE MIUHA.
lie'.weeu trie duty on one side and the
L i it .-il, lite, ntli.ip tli ui-emtrd mill.
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ttn 11 1 u 11 Imd m liovil nniA nf It In I uli.
for several weeks. The boys have leen
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brought face to face with the mob, and,
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although iu ouo case they failed to do
a . . j . &i . i 1 :
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T hor this aurricti id ti iut a t f n I it tm tin.
,w, , . ,,, ... 1Mf
greeable factor of the whole business is
the action of their employers. Most of
the boys aro employes, and their un
forced absence is of course annoying to
their employers. The latter are serving
notice that if the boys do not return,
their places will lie tilled. This is, of
coarse, an unmerited hardship, and it is
also the worst kind of ingratitude. The
employer should recollect that the em-
j piovee is Having iiiucu tnu wursi ui it.
j Besides it illustrates the difference be
1 tweeu tiie classes in America. The
militia is not composed ot employers,
llio militia, and tnal is to let it severely
a,one- Ut the" state get a militia com
Ped of property owners and business
men, or let it go without. To be re
warded for protecting another's property
by being thrown out of employment
will certainly not encourage the militia
Now let the courts get in and prose
cute these employers lor tempting sol
diers to desert. What's the matter
with that doct.'ine for those high offi
cials who are so tender-hearted about
the interference with the mails?
A DECAYING RODY.
The senate is indignant at the action
ot the president. Gorman has pulled
the string on the safety valve, and the
sibilant hissing of the escaping steam is
audible the country over. The cause of
all this overflow of oratorical sulphur-
jetted hydrogen is the letter written by
the president to Congressmen Wilion
I requesting him to stand firm in the
fight over the tariff bill. Gorman says,
1 ami ins ienow senators lay lie says
j right, that the president is usmping the
: nutliot ity of the senate; that he is try
j ing to dictate to one branch of congress,
and that the whole country is going to
1 the everlasting bow-wows, because
! well, because the president wrote a let
I ter to a congressman without getting
; the consent of the lenate, which has
I assumed the right to dictate to him
,'t b" Bh"" or .hall not do, forgetlill
' f t that the pres.dent's opinions
(""liko hig PP"int"'e"t'" not made
with the advice and con lent of the sen
ate. Besides, the senate is something
of a usurper itself. The constitution
provides that all measure for raining
revenue shall originate in the house.
Yet the senate, taking the Wilson bill
as a starter, o changes it that it is no
longer the tame measure, and retaining
only its name, originates a bill of its
own. Not only doe it do this, hut it
boldly says, "Our bill or none" to the
The truth is, the country is exceed-
i of statesmen, but a gang of cortmratinn
J henchmen fattening at the puhlic rrih,
telling the right tf the cilisen to pri
vate corporations, and turning the
American laborer over lo the Have
meyera, Searlea and Cullman to l
plundered. We care nothing about the
merits of the right. If the democratic
brethren want to pull each other's hair
because neither of them know what else
to do, they lire welcome to do to. It it
not our fight, nud while they are fight
ing one unother the country is safe.
The senators, however, want to crawl
down off the perch, and Instead of pok
ing as a dignified Itody, learn that the
great mat of the American people have
more respect for an Indian or a China
man than for the venal and corrupt
body known as tho I'niled States
There is one consolation in dwelling
on the subject, and that Is that in the
near future either the aenatort will lw
elected by the people, instead of by the
j corporations, or else there will Lo no
A MiKY EXPERIMENT.
From the ashes of Debsism has risen
the idea of making the federal troops
, luetum Ti,e eHse wUll wiich they did
.1.;..,,. ti, uitia was nowerless to ac-
LnipUj , j1JW owakeiied the public to
the possibilities of using tho troops (or
other utilitarian purposes. It is pro
posed to have the government run
. (ruins managed by enlisted men ; to put
t the management of the Indians in con
trol of the army, and lastly to put the
military in charge of the customs ser
vice on the northern border.
It is a curious inuking of history, as
well as making of the country, that is
upon us jti't now. The doctrine of
states rights is leing weakened, und the
fear of a strong centralized government
is giving j 1 lace to a desire for it. The
country is drifting rapidly away from its
old nnchoriiigs, and just where it will
bring up is a problem. A firm hold on
the constitution is a stood anchor to
! w indward, und if this is lost, a wreck is
apt to follow. This country got along
well enough for more than a hundred
years with its atlairs in the hands of
civilians, und the attempt to put the
army in charge of w hat have heretofore
lieen civil departments, we fear is a
-I I'EAD COLONY.
The co-operative colony located at
White Sulmon on the Jewitt property
has gone to pieces. It worked all right
for a little while, and then it didn't
work some more. Why? Becausesome
of the people, as always occurs, wanted
to spend the money earned and the
other fellows either didn't want it spent,
or else desired to do the spending them
selves. Then some of them were, good
workers and some were not, and so be
tween criminations and recriminations
the peace and quietness of the colony
was disturbed and its back was broken.
It died young, but painlessly.
K. or p.
Ke.ulutlon. on the
C. K. Hat-tit.
Castle Hall, Fkiemmiiiip Enix.r., 'J, 1
Knhuits or Pythias, -The
Dalles, July 'S.',, 1S4. )
Wiikbeas, The Supreme liuler of the
universe has in His infinite wisdom seen
fit to remove from our midst a much
loved and honored memlier of our or-1
der, be it
kttohrd, That it is with a feeling of
profound sorrow that the ludgn views
the demise of Brother C. E. Ifaight;
and that in his death the lodge has sus
tained a severe loss and the community
has lost an upright and valued citizen.
Itetohed, That while we shall miss
him in our councils, his record will ever
remain fresh in our memories, and will
be a continual example for our emula
tion in an endeavor to attain the ob
jects for which we are banded together.
Rrtnhtd, That the officer and mem-,
bersof Friendship Lodge, No. 9, Knights j
of Pythias, hereby tender to the widow 1
of our deceased brother our heartfelt j
sympathy in this, tier sad bereavement. '
uetnuta, mat me charter ol our
lodge lie draped in mourning for thirty
days; that these resolutions be spread
upon the lodge records; that a copy be
tont to the widow of our departed
brother, and that they be published in !
the daily papers.
II. II. ElllKKLL,
Help la Knep It t i.
We present to our readers today the
tream of tho dispatches. Should tho
Regulator not bring up tho mail tomor
row Sunday, thee dispatches would
not reach here through the Portland
papers until Monday night, and would
not be teen by most of onr people until
Tuesday morning. It costs money to
keep up the service, and we hope our
citizens will assist us in keeping it op
by giving n a generous patronage.
The Chbonicm should be in every
house in the city.
Malaria In any of Ita Forma.
Chills and fnver, congestive chills, can
las prevented or cured hy the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, a purely veg
etable medicine, superior to calomel and j
Thr CnnoKti:!.! prints all the newt.
Iltalquartr al I'vaallaloM.
I'l tiilleton Is now the headiiuartcrs of
the assistant superintendent of the O.
K. A N. system. Coinaieucing this;
morning, by order from Major McNeill, 1
receiver of the road, A. J. None re-1
moves to I'endletoti. Mr. Itorie baa Wii
siiriiilendeiit of the Oregn division, j
hut now becomes assistant general
siiperinlendent of all O. II. A N. lines,
lie moves his train dispatchers here
from l.a (iianile; brings the train dis
patchers from Walla Wallu and stations
them in I'eudlcton. Jamet I'eters, who
was road master at Cmatilla, Is moved
lo this city ami makes hi headquarters
here as general road master of the en
tire system with jurisdiction over all
lines. All olficers now here remain.
The force so far as known which will Is?
stationed in Pendleton in connection
with Mr. Itorie's new position is:
A. J. Itorie, assistant general super
intendent of the entire t . l. A. N. sys
tem. M.J. Itiickley, chief train dispatcher
over all lines east of Cmatilla ver-
ing the main line to Huntington and the
Spokane road and branches. Assistants
under Mr. Ihickley: Kd. Walsh, and
t0, Welsh now of I. (irande; J. K.
McCarthy, W. E. Borden, P. J. Leahy,
now of Walla Walla.
Superintendent Burin's chief clerk
will lie the 'gentlemen now occupying
that position, A. (i. Ihinn of Portland.
James Peters, general road master
over the entire system. In addition
will be several clerks who have not yet
Superintendent Burin is busy arrang
ing for t!-e transfers and will ns fast as
Hsilili' iret things settled. Chief
train dispatcher Buckley i herealso, us
sitting Mr Itorie.
The present iiccoiumoilatioiis arc en
tirely inadequate for the increased force
of ollicials, to that il will be necessary
eitiier to construct new biiildimts or
rent offices in some down town build
ing. The gentlemen will bring their famil
ies here as soon as possihle.
The ollicu of superintendent of the
Washington division, filled by N. J.
O'Brien, whose headquarters were at
Walla Walla, is ulsilished and that di
vision will be managed direct from
Pendleton. Mr. O'Brieu will probably
so to the Union Pacific main line near
Omaha, and it is understood that Mr.
Baxter, wiio was general superintendent,
will go to Omaha.
J. P. O'Brien, who was announced
some days ago as general superinten
dent, has hisnfficeiu Portland. Y.. O.
THE INDIGO BIRD.
A Little lsaustir M ho la Highly I'rlaed
The indigo bird is ulxmt the size of n
(icrnian canary, nnd of a deep hiue all
over, ith a metallic luster in certain
lights that ndiU much to hi:, la-unty.
A (rriieeful little fellow- inhabiting n
lightlv-wissied country, where he pours
forth his iticlod;. fnm the lop of home
liili tree to hU lies' in mute Ix-low.
Hi.-, song-, tuiys, Ia-or's Young Peo
ple, thoiitfh not very mverfiil. is ex
tremely sweet, and eiuuliineil with his
rich plumule makes him a desirable
cusre-hird. I.nrye numbers arc shipped
to EuroM' every year, showni).' thut he
it. appreciated there. He is not hunl tn
tuiue. und should Is- fed, us u regular
thinif. on cuiiury -seed now und then a
little preen foml; w hile iu his estima
tion no kinds of insects come amiiss.
If sfiven the freedom of the room for
a llipht he is very Imppy. and will catch
Hies in a mpiil way. Very priiceful
when Jl.viiii.'-. tie- Indian liird will dnrt
from one side of the room to the other,
stoppinp instant!;.-, nnd hovcrinp on
the winp for 11 moment, like the hiim-miup-hird.
lie is inquisitive, too. and
I.s apt to fly into any dark hole thut he
furls. The writer once nearly lost his
bird by his'Iiphting 011 a wire fender to
gaze up the dark chimney.
II,.,.,-,,. .,..,, f. . .,
iieiici i ih. Hum the Creek, was thf
t'lory of Hera or Juno.
iii.oe comes from the
i.'rlifies a freen herh
for lnfauU and Children.
Catorl prmnotoa Dlgoatloii. anil
overcoiinat r lnUiiuncy, Lotutittion, Hour
flfomach, Piarrhfea, and Foverisrunarti.
Thus the child is rnnlerc4 hmltliy and Its
sleep natnrnX Caatoria coritnin no
Slorphine or othw narcotic pmra.Tt v.
" Caatnrla, la ao well .laptd u diHilnn thai
I isss.mmenil It a auperlur lo any prm ripuou
known to me." n. a. Aji. naa I. li",
111 (south Oxfurd bt., hrowkrya, K. T.
. " rnr ""rnirnl rin I hva rnoommetfiled your
Ouuirla.'and aliallalwaya csiPnim unloin.
aa It lias uivariably prrxliKs-il henefa-lal reaulta.
. . .. Enwis r. I'aicnaa. M. tl..
U3th Street and 7tii Are., Haw Vurk City.
"Th naa of ' Cantor !' la so nnlvwraal and
IU merlta to well known that It rmma a work of
utanwrnKiicInn lo anduran K. ow ant tlM In
lehiiratit famlllas wlio do aot casp Oaatoria
wllliiu eaay rvacii."
OaaLoa lUamr T). D.,
Hww Yurk City.
Tbb Cajn-ioa Oompaitt , 77 Murray 8Wat, K. T.
An t relKhi will ha arrapteil fur ahlp-
""" helwawa Ilia hours of s K. M. and
pt Mve ainrk and I'rrlah
ma umhi. If., V. A. M, ;0.
Inly 'toil,, INUt.
A STRANGE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
The fnllotrhlC prnnlilc iltii'etiii-lif will
reitil with liilen-e Inn w-i : "l .-iiiinul il, .rlaJ
the iniiiil". i-nt'i" i.ut.linii Hi o il in m
nrni. I111111U ami l".t . 1 hint lo 1 nil unit I 4(
Hum i rls 1111 1 II lliev wle iuim. torn
III 11 nn -asllte Hie ll. u.l fiS'llli.r thai tl I (t lukt-g
poe.iK.lun nf tlifiii. Ill mliiit Inn. 1 I , ., ,
Kirnntie wi ukni- s hi tny Im.-U ajnl niniiml mv
waist, timelliei- Willi mi hiile-erlliafilii Vnn.-'
fis llnif lu tu V hiniiiin h. I'liysl Inns .iul (j
Mils ens'iillli.' piirnl v U, frniii wlili-li.ii ,.
hit: to (heir utiiter-ul coiiehwluii, tln-rn
relief, t'liee It- fastens tllsiti a penum, t ti.-y
siiv. It colillinies lis lusiihiiiiH pmu'ri'sa until
Il r-aelies it vital iKilnluml llm snlterer ilin.
Mli-ll WHS my priMS-i l. I llllll lieoii llnet,llu.
A year mill haif kIi iiiIIIv. hut, with liu p,,r.
tli'-iiliir Iv.ni-iii. when I siuv tin mlvertl-eiiii at
of lir Miles' li.-.ior:iiiM Nnr ine, iu unil
holtle anil Is-uun 11-huf It. Marvelous as It
may seem. Inn fi iluys hail ms..( Ix-fon,
every hit uf Hint creepy feeling hull left nai,
mill there ll'ls not la-ell uvea the ahulii,)
hiillciillon nf lis return. I now feel M
well as I ever 1II1I. urul have. Kuhieil wn
Fouiiils III i"i-l'lu. ihoiik'h 1 hail run ilima.
mm l?nin I I.. I our 11. hers huvo iwil pf.
Mills.' ICestoiiillvi Nerv hie nil my rM-uimii.
iluti. 111. unil 11 has la-en asHiuisfacinry I lti.-ir
CttsesitH III llltne." .Illlili-s Kami, i.a ftllli, (.
Ir. Mlli-s' ICestumtive Nervlno Isanlil liyall
driik'ulsls nil K slllvi liimruliKsi, ur .-ni
ihn-ct hy the I r. .Miles sleilleul l it.. Klkliart,
hill., nil n-eelpt nf prlen. SI T Isillle. 111
IhiiiIi-m fur i-.pri-ss pis-p.ihl. It la trvm truoi
ouutlca ur duurti-rous Uru4.
Node' I IttTt bv iriv. ti, tltHt uiuti-r nml lv tir
tilt- nl h w rllnl twnthni ImiiimI utlt ut Utv l irruK
r ( miM nt iiir HUtif 01 iwiytiti ur w unty,
oil lite I'M il ttM ttf Jill. rV4. llMiti M lllilifuirai
irivfii nud tt't tttTft! lit iturt n ml rtiiiMl4t
! tltlil(t nt MnM'tl, l l, Mitt flir- llrij Hltil dirk
j fli! thfit'ln nu lot ..th tlitv ( MHrrii. in
! CttU' H Itrrclti JiMffili A. Jiihiimiii Mm pi-hi tiff
i Mini V 1. T .or wn it'(uiMliit(t unil t-t inrOi
rrMti. mui rojttnmnuiiti; iiif In lew iiMinant
i'LI Hit' irrr. of tin-rtlit il(fnlfiiil. 4. D
Tnytitr, itf iiiim'Ii tlirt( it innv Im- ruiftwry
to ntiffy Hid )ucluMiint niuj ni-lw, 1 uhl on tbf
JiMti nl Jul. lvy iimiii Hit iniM-rt)
hervlimfttTtlrrlol u liu- rtifirtv nl Miit 4
leutUnt, O It. IdVli'r, ml wil.int 1 iltlny,
lltm Jth tlwy .f Atitiflt, tHW4,
At ttu hour if t' o'rti'k A. M., t I he finrt
ItnliHf UMr 111 lhilt-M 4 IIS, III Mtli rtWit Ih.uiltT,
trir h, Ml ftihl r ntii-tloti ! the hluumt btin
(lr lor rtih in hmttl. m I tht r cht. Ilti tin.) tn
rrsMi nf iUv rMil t. i. Iwvltir. In mihI u tbf
Mttt irt'intM, wh I'll lit tiftil mi omIiI ;th tiny ot
AlMich. iv'i, ur hn rIiic Mr.inrrl, ur no mwk
tlii-riif mm noiv ! iitTtHry li -ty -mu juiJk
11110 1 nf ti,'i7.oi', wttti liil'TMl nt H p r rfiit., tptl
iht-(iirttt r tHfii nt 9:mi rmt ntut iilmrr
OH'IlU, Mllll III PiUls Mini ox "I iht writ.
Tit- lollnwitifT In M (l-r ti Unit ol III tmtf1y
nv rfirrtnl In, mui whivti will Imf ool mI IIk
Mfiientol i1mihmiu1 uttoii Hit tfrnm aut modi
tlolt Hlmvr Mir-iiilntiiii. fo wl!:
. Titrnottlli IimII of th north wnl qitrVr,
lh iiorthwi"t ttuirtrr o thi northft iiimrtr.
mui I1h ri'ifthntdt iiMrtom( the iiorhtliiMr
Ur of rtln-it in town hip I north, tntmv If
mtm, Y lUnmettt' AJrrhlUn, in Va-u rount;,
? Iili 7 mui In hlf-rli tn fllrrHow'i nitttT
A'I'fltlufi i mI 4'ttv, W Nrnttintv, I irrKiu.
H Ihttt rTLilti Olitr CMtlnt the Mi'lMtiitUt
pUx. th Mini Im-Inx ihr pmrMTtv rfMivp r
t. lvlir hv r. A M-H.iifHl M'ltl wife, u4
briuft niorr tNirtirultiriv flwrllrd mm Inllimi
i oniniitirhia t m iMihit In the north luii(lry
Mnt of New- A l.litwm Nililitlon Ui I'mIIiii ( Ity,
nm rhniit hihI ttliMi link ennU-rlv Imro tbr
itorttml rnfut-r ol Mild Nmr A ttllinm lrli
Hun Mini niiiniiiir ti.fi.i-f vN ii-tIt Mlotifr ihi-Mtd
tmrth hntimlft-ry hup I Ncvw a (tl.i wMi
ttoii.twiihuiMltfil Hittl U'li (i,iiiirrnr I in a, to t
MmU li tXillloUrv line nf I t of ihik! iVTd
hy Jmn Kultnn Hint wtft tn 'itrM WaUtiri
hv mlrr! t-i iniitf liMtr thf J7ih d.iy uf t-etmntry,
I1", trmnltil nn .ir.' JH. lionk ( of ftornru
Ih-viU nt Wiwr-i I'otintv iiiftir imrttmrlv himI
alitntr mhI nt-hrn tw.mMlHry hot- u In iif1 ltt
rmv,.y,-, ti t'rlfMU .V.n.-.u, ntitl pTiwin lion
or runtiiiiinliiin ttM-rrt t.. nuliit w Uvtv thf lint
i-ntitiiiiM'1 wn hi inicrwt tin fti:hHUrru
ImniMlury litu- nf int inl mil h th ii'tthotV
ln.ul iMllvi Hy mimI inll Hilton mrwt. U
nnul auiithMfmh rn rxMiiol.ir v llo uf "Htti rVnltofl
ilrv't wn nnnlui l miu nlint.l to n,ti In
tr (oit ; thi'iov tun riifhl hut lo ntnl tthmc
tin- t:l olilhW. it lintiiiilMrv nf l-nlton ntrrct
l tht-iiit wh'Tt tin' !it.- ititor rru in.-rit
rm Nmnilxr) luifnf ht Ixml tiwiiHlr Vt-i
woilh Unit. tloMirt MMithrt nl hff th mitvlii
lllirof tmiil Uu ov-irt hv Uvntwir-'h l-iftt to
Ho pi nii- u( Uh'liinliip(, ctf i(tr thrv(nm
rttrlrnl laml thttt tw in w hlth ..If tlir eti-t le
nf mihI triot. wihh hn Immi rMivvrl to htm
t'ttv lor tr.vt piirHft Mtut ImihI IvtnmMll
Intr In I ml I i n, Mrm-iim mv, ttri'ipm.
ImMwm t Jty, (in-ftOU, Jll y !,
jMl-M-.it 7. J. IKJVFK.
hlitjtlfT of V m.mi t itunt) , 4 o rutin.
" SHERIFFS" SALE.
N.itice l ln-r. hyilvc.-n llml miller ami hy virtu
nf an ein-iilMii, i.mii ,,ni ,, , lf, n cmrt
I ui tin- tte ul in.-it n for ttaxs. t imiiiIv, nn tb
Jl.til-y nl July, im.i, u .n a iWrw siveu and
iriKl.-i-.il in sum emirt nn t e 7th d v uf July,
,. , ,!"'". I" a c-ailae wlieti-in ... V. Ilnltiui was plan-
lr!k, and till und Kit lly II. Klneliart ami isa re Kltiehart.
r.a'ie niiieriait, t an Knii-hnrl Hlli I'll 1 1 1 1 1. Kln
hart, minora, hv tlli-ti muillllail ail litem, W II.
Ihila.i.11. were ilel.-iiiP.iu. ,,,) p, , dirrrM
anil ili'llvi nil. ami riMuiiianihiiir tne In atl-lv
the aiim u IJl-aiiil.Klihinivr.-st th T.-.HI t
rate nf h permit eralinnill In. Ill .ulil Till duv
nt July, wl. and .-.vim aipineya l-rt and
IIP I..CH-U ut lll, anil aeeruliiK nan, hv ! Un
til Hie manner pr.ivt.i.-u hv Uw li.r tin- al
n-ul .ro-rtv. all ul the rialil. tite and hllert
nl aanl d lend .iita. Kmllu h. Illneliart. savre
lUiic-hart. Karln Hi neli.i t , ( arl Klneliart and V
I'lillllp Klueliiirl In anil lu loin u," "H" ami
"l, III I'lllur a lirauu lew Aihlltinn lu Pallei
City, In i uiiiiti . hniii. ui (iremiu. aimnl
lint In INe nlllelal plat tin: isif a- the .am !
p.ar. ul reenrd wltliln ami ler aald feiiuiv and
Mlnle: I Kill nu IIiiiimIiiv, A llllll I 'Ml. l!M. '
the liulir nf lllo c.- a. lii .at the e.nirl lenar
dnur hi I in lies citv, I i aanl t niinty ami Hlale.
is-1 1 at pnlilu- am turn tn ihe hlKlu a t hlilih-r fer
r-s-h In IiiiimI, nil tin-rlKlit. tl le and let re.tol
the aairl ili-fi'inlanla hi mui ,. tliralsive namid
anil ili-M-rllt.il prelnliK-a or n liuieli llii ienf a
may la. n.TBv-iiry t . aalixfy llm aunia aljovc
halles Cltv, On-ajoii, July -.-riil, si
I I I.IMVKIt.
Hlierlirnf Waken Ciiuuly, ln )!"n.
PJMNZ & NITSCIIKK
Furniture and Carpets.
We have added to our liiisiness a
complete UndtirluklntJ KHlalilifhi,.n'
and as we are in no wa itinnecied w"'"
the IlmlHrtiikers' Trust, our price1 "
lie low si-cordiiiifly.
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