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' jl-HT Wll T VOM WANT.
!,,n r. nl-VWUly 1M8T OKIHION-
A riti:i: i.iiiiiauv.
I'nlrim of the. Dully or Mi-inl-Weekly
HAST OIIKOOMAN cull freely iiiiiIik ii.n
of tin HAST OltlUlONIAN lllirnry when
cti r tliey no ile.lie, Tim piititlu um 001
illull.v Itnlled to lnlt the. ollleii ulirnevnr
t'riri XAHflti:NIANft.r t.,
for''" "... ... ,i,,l,vninll.
PJUNDLETON, UMATILLA CO.. OUEUON. MOMhVY, MAY 28.1888.
JIns been taken oil both
Woolen and Cotton Goods
Not by Congress, but by
DAT M CHILD & BEAM
And thev now oiler their Largo and Cotnploto Stock of
llxamim.' trcir goods, get their prices, and convince yourself
A I'OllTL'NATi: DKVTII
tliat till) above are not mere assertions, mil unit iney win suu
ttantiatc what they claim. Theirs is not an "Infant Industry,"
therefore they have discarded Protective Prices, and will freely
nfrt competition from all quarters. They carry a
General Merchandise Stock
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Men's Boy's and
nMlrlvon'a ij int. ii inc. Kiirnishmc lioods.
Mens Ladies and Children's Shoes
Straw and Felt Hats, Crockery
and Glassware, Groceries,
Groceries, Vegetables, Fresh Fish
D. KEMLER'S Grocery Store, on Court Street
si'KC'l.M. INDUC'HMUNTS OITHHHD KOH CASH.
fits Spices, Fino Coffee, Fine Tea, and Everything Fine that a First-class
Grocery should contain.
(all i tn if - il-ichei'i. D. K CM LEFT.
lav BC4-M13 auiuill ' M n'- -
Pwfsol No. 1. yiO.OO; No. sj.SlQ.OO; No. 1,1-515.00
Forsalo by JESSE FAILING. Pendleton, Or.
H V 1 t K t . si f - r- 1-T tt-m I 1 n Vtt f T" Mil n I
At IBottom Pieces,
ml n DKicinrr um i t. n dnc np
DEPOT LUMBER YARD.
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
AG U NTS
131 C I'nn. ... . .
rli iim c UUnBUN PNl) Kit WHISKItS; JUS. aunuit onenmu
win, LTW"W. Wis. EXPORT PILSNER BCTTLtu cfcbn. amua
!KrNG MINERAL WATER, (Waukensaw. Wis.) VEURE CLIQUOT
nmARON CHAMPAGNE. (Yellow Labol.i nicno.-wsm
' ' LARGER STOCK at Lower Prices, Wholesale- ami Kctau
!... ...... II 41.,. n.il.M n.l
uwu ui jjuuau ill mo iiuiunivi,
"d and Yamhill - - - Portland, Oregon.
II. 1). Mnrwlu, nn uliI Itr.lclrnt of Union
Comity. Wlm lliitl llvpiinm Vliilimllv ln
mitin Tliroiiilli 1'nmll.v Trouble, Mu oOeil
In Klllliii: llluidrlf.
La (jhandi:, Oh., Iuv US. 11. D.
Mnru'tn 1111 fild niutititttt tf tTtilfitt ititiititi
who Iiiim lioon hIiuwImk hIjiiw h( in?:tnliy
for hoiiio timu,viiM takuu ill I'lurtw yestor-
uiiy, iiHvuiK nwoinu iititnuii.teuiiiu. un
fill Vi'lll 111 till, mtllrt linn ui. I. ii iltfntlllldlil
to coiiiiiiit Hululito, by tiiroulnn lilmxolf
ironi niia unuur inu catx. .uur nu
rcueliod Union ho twico utloinptotl mil
cido by Hhootinj! liimn'lf, but wus lio
vontcd. Altliongli Imiiilciiircd, lio iiiun
ULod HOinohow to mt hold of u lmndkor
uhlof, which ho tlud aro.iud his nuck and
a bedpost, and thon thunv liliiifolf w uh
. . i. J. ..i. i. i . i mi. i if ,..
10 nruiik um ni'i'K, killing iimicL'u in
Htantly. Mr. Morwin a an varly iIo
noor of tliis county, and vun well known
tint! u-till ttLrml liv nil Mint liiumillv tu ti
ruHiilt of family trouble IiIm wife huvinir
, i . 1 1. n Li i i.
ion auu runiHOd 10 uvu wiiii mm.
TIIIC KXH VKItY HKXll.
(ten. Mlicililiin lleciiinhii; Weftkor, anil
I iHliiklUK l!iiilill)-, Tlnitiglt Coii.cluui
'AHiiiN(no.v,Iay"8. Gun. .Shcrldan'u
condition is luiich'won'o than last night.
Ho appears to bo gmilimlly Hinking, and
all hope lias been abandoned. Ills
HtruiiKth iri (jradimlly fallliiK. About 0
o'clock ho derilred to bo lifted up hiuhur.
Two attundanlH. asslHtcd by Mm. Sheri
dan, endeavored to ralso him up, but ho
was ho heavy thoy had dilllculty. Tho
General, noticing this, said, jokingly,
"1 am jirotty heavv, but 1 havn't got any
pandynls," rufnrifiiK to a nownpaiior
statement giviui; tliat as his malady.
Tho irdoma of tho lower limbs Is a drop
sical swelling, duo toimKjrfectela'ulation
of the blood. Gen. Hhoridau fully rcalicn
tliat his end may uomo in a inoinont's
time, and lias made all necessary ar
rangements which ho desired orfcctcd
prior to lils demise.
MASH MKKI'INU OF CATHOLICS.
Tlioy l'roona In Aocrtllmt Tlicy can At
tend t) Tlielr Own Airulm, Without the
Aid of Fupitl llrtrrlpK.
Cnic.Mio, Mav 1!S. At u nicotine of
L'OO duleptes of the Irish Catholic society,
galbcrcd to make arrangements for an
annual reunion and outing, a motion of
luiortance was olio red relating to
a inasM nicotine of Irish UathollcH
to Ikj held on llmmlay next, ilio
object of tho mass moeting is tho con
sideration of tho papal rescript.
Tho motion, which eatriod without a ills
K'liting voice, was to the ollect that it ho
thoHciissof all Iiluli Catholics that they
could mauago their own liolilical atlairH,
and that all Irish in societies could at
tend a mass meeting to lend their voice
In this lwllef.
HANCOCK MKMOItlAli HfUIICH,
Interrerrnco unci HmiiliTa of 1'ulltliUn.
MoaiiisTinvN, 1a., May 'J8. Memorial
Horvlces wero held over tho tomb of Gou
otd llancock in Jlontgomery eomutery
vestonluy. Maxwell Stophonson was tho
orator, and delivered a Kieeeh in which
hi denounced the inteiferenco of tho
Grand Army posts with ioliticH, and io
bilked political leadorri who would assail
tho renown of departed defendeiH of tho
Union, The Hpoakor was frenuently up
plaudeil while making mich reforoncoH.
rlvo thousand oplo woro inattoiidunco.
I'KUIIAl'.S A THICK.
Tli Hnily nf Tn.cott, Oim CIiIchco Mur
tloiur. Hrinrti'il I'liuinl Hrouiieil.
Mii.w.vrh-ia:, May '-'S. Tlio Inxly of a
young man, shot in the abdomen, was
found in tho lake last Tuesday. A ro
iiortor of tho Herald has found that tho
body Ixturs tho description of Taseott, as
given bv tho chief of police of Chicago.
Yostercl.iv a fisherman at Waukegan
found a' lxittlo containing information
that Taseott contemplated Hiilcldo, and
that tho body would Imi found in Mllwau
A llOHSKi'niKl' KIIXKI).
A H' r.e-lienler Mnku flonil IikIIho In
HF.I.EXA, Mont., May 28. Povoral
bands of horpo-stealing Indians have been
oiHjrating in tho vicinity of Marias and
Teton rivers. Thoy havo already got
awa with considerable htock. Thrco
ilayH ago an attempt was made to run oil"
hornes belonging to McDavitt at Fort
Conrad. .Shots were oxchanged with tho
night border, which resulted in tho sud
den death of ono of tho Indian raiders.
Thoy proved to bo bloods from across tho
McOI.YNN ON THK I'OI'i:.
He Ailmlnl.ter Itrbuke tn lloth the
l'oie unit the Ill.li.
Ki:w Youk, Mav SJft Mc,iln,,i"
his speech last night nald that while , tho
Irish fools aro sendlm.' froni W.OOtl to
40.OD0 pounds jur unnuin to tho row. ho
fond-i them in return his blossiug. Is t
not strango that while inonoy is being col
lected in Now .uouth Wales and other
nlacos forlreland. ho trends tliis mueh to
IhoIWo? Ho said tho l'oj-o rosomblHil
.!... ti.tiiviiliml who took tho Savior
up' into a mountain.
hliiTld in' Comlltlnn.
Washinoto.v, May SH. 2 p. m.-Hher-idan'H
death Is nraiMitafily expected.
Sax FiiANt'iaio, May i's.-Tho Calif' r-
I ilia delegates to the National Convention
! left hem this morning for St. bulls.
(Tlioy went in a M'edal I ear, which Immj
.this inscriptlim: "California Dcleftatlon,
I solid for (Oliver Cleveland."
The Murk t.
1'outi,ni), May 28, 1! p. in. All Kast-
I'lttlTKCTION OU OlM'HIl.SSION?
To ttio IMItnrnf tlio t'nit OrpRiintiui.
Tho tvpoH madu lis say in a former
article that thuie aro as many factory
jieoplo as there aro agricultuilsts. That
was wrong; there aro eight millions of
workers on tho farms of the United States
orn markets closed a trlllo duller Satnr-1 and only eight hundred thousands en-
day, and dropped back to Krlday'H pi ices 1 gaged in the manufacturing Interests
to-day. No market here. Including alt the branches connected
.iMrroj" i.-l Anlvftl. i with protected industries. The eight
Po.tTMsn, Mav L'8. .JcllrovH Lewis ' tnillion tillers of tho soil aro not only
arrived Saturday.' and oircns at tho Sow iiirotectcd but they aro compollcd to
Paik Theater in "J.abolloltusso" to-night, t-'ompeto In tho markets wltli tlio products
of cheat) labor when thev sell, but to nay
' duty on what they 'buy. I havo reduced
my expenditures to the following items:
DKMOCItATIC STATU IM.ATI'OKM.
l'Olt I I, AMI MMTUIt.
From anoocniiloiinl correspondent.
l'oiiTiiANi), May 'J5, 1888.
If half you hear on tho streets about
the ltepublicaii ring in tho city bo true,
Portland can taku the cake from Southern
bull-dozing or Now York city lcpeatlngat
The ring heio In Portland runs tlio
Itopubllcan paily of Oregon and collect
toll from the inteiior until they havo
become i lull and begin to think thoy own
the State. As I w toto you liefoio, if tho
farmers and laboting men of the Interior
want to vote to Mtsluln this ring who aro
only the tools of corporations, who make
thu farmer pay f i om lutoL'Oiiorcpnt. more
man tt ought to cost him to get his pro
I paid out in ono year for family supplies,
freight and commissions, f4(l8.:i"; anU
for protection $1151 .(11!. According totheso
llgiires I worked two days for myself ami
ono day for tho protection of other inen'H
interest's. I would liko to mako this sim
ple point of mv argument plain. If I
could buy in a free market as I am com
pelled to' sell, one thousand bushels of
wheat would bring tho samo amount, say
J.'OO, that It brings now, and that money
would buy goods that now cost 7C0,
ltiglit there, brother farmers, is tho dlH'or
ence between tariiT and tariir reform.
And where do the tl!50 go? That is tho
monoy that buys tho pianos, tho organs,
and tlio silk dresses in this country; and
duco to market, wo who llvo in the citv i that Is tho money that forms the great
can stand It. Iho business men, both I surplus that lies in tlio swelling vaults at
Republicans and Democrats, mo too much Washington nnd Now York. Who pays
engrossed In their own nllalrs In making that money? Ton dollars aro paid by the
money to tako much Interest In politics, i farmers to one by those who me bcuclltted
but the time is coming when thoy will bo i by tho tariir. ho wear tho silk dresses?
coniiielledfroninecessltytotakeholdof tho -Not tho farmer's wifo and daughteis.
no owns mo pianos r .oi inogiriinui
does tho dally choriug.
It seems to be tho great deshe of man to
avoid taxatiou,deatli and tho devil prin
cipally the taxation. At least the rich
man has never been able to shift tho other
objects of dread on tho poor man. Hut
that ho has made tho poor man pay Ids
taxes is true, and it is no less a shame be
cause the deluded creatures vote tho
burden umi themselves. It is an ac
cepted principle that property should pay
the taxes. A tariir is nothing more than
tho rich man's exemption from taxation.
Kvery laborer of this country now,
wiio earns two dollars a day, pays
with his rich neighbor n iioll
tax of one hundred and sixty-two dollars
per annum. Of course his rich neighbor
nays an equal tax, but tho neighbor with
ids thousands navs no more to the Gov
ernment to Hwell tho surplus at Washing
ton, to muni Rtiulioais ami coast uoienscs,
to build locks and canals, and to pay
salaries, than tho laboring man who eats
as much anil dresses as won. fo von
see tho system is all wrong. Instead of
matter and break up this corrupt ring,
they did in San l-ranclsco many vci
ago. This thing is fast coming to a locus,
and tho time is not far distant when you
will sco a peonlo's paity spring up, which
will sweep tills present ring out of exist
ence, liusiness men will leave their
stores, mechanics their shops, ami go
foilh to tlio polls to put a stop to buying
votes as you imy can io. uormpiion can
go just so far with the Amoiican voter,
and no further, and I think from piesent
appearance it cannot go much further in
I understand that tho V. S. Marshal
says ho is going to sou that tho election is
conducted proorly, if ho has to apjioint
llvo bundled deputies, and 1 only Iioikj
such is tho case.
the ring iianers make a terrible to do
alsjut John I. Irish coming heio to can
vass for tho Democrats, while thoy have
imported ono from Now York ami anoth
er from California, who aio stumping tlio
fctaio lor tno Kopuuiicans.
I am opposed to theso political rings in
any shno. Thoy ato always dottlmental
to tho iieoplo. Although a Democrat, tho
wilier was In tlio convention w hich nom
inated a )ooplu's ticket in San Francisco
several years ago, which defeated a cor
rupt Domociatiu ring in that city ami so
demoralbed them that thoy novr rccdv
eied; and It created a bettor feeling, not
only in the city, but throughout tho
Slate. And that is just what w ill bo done
in Poi Hand before long, if it is not done
at tho approaching election. If you could
only get tho business men of this city
to see this matter in i n proper light these
political shaiks would bo thrown
uvoi board in Juno. - It takes injoplo who
do not muddle ih politics a longtime to
llnd out the w ot kings of thoso jsjlltlcal
rings, but when they do once get aroused
they very soon put a quietus on them.
Tho loading ltepublicaii paois of Call-
lornia scorn ai present, io navo uregou
under their special euro from the numer
ous quotations published in the ring pa
llets ol this city. At any otner time tuey
aio inclined toHpoaic disparagingly ol
Oregon. Tlio writer Is a correspondent of
a Cal i 'rnla pucr, and in ono of my let
ters I shaved to tlio host of my ability
tho Kiev advantages Oregon ii issesood,
and hoi ndoveloied resources when fully
dovolojieil would make her ouo of the
brightest t-tars in uio galaxy oi mo
Union, but tho California papcis weio
careful to suppress that poitfou of my
letter, These pajiers now havo a isjlnt to
gain and their ttinu Is changed. "Consist
ency, thou ait a Jewel."
V.... .. I. .1 I ..-!,. I 1.
1 Oil L.lll Mll II HUH II III JUlir IIUIU UUUk
that Geariu Is going to bo our next Con
gressman, and Thompson sheilU'of this
county. Tito Dally World is a bright,
spicy pajior and is doing good work in
the cause of reform and oxposlng cor
ruption, Democrats should, and I think
will, give It a llbci ulwippoit. W. 1J. fc.
Kuml-lluscar ut Work,
From Hie Wullula Inland Empire.
Monday evening, shortly after tho arri
val of tlio nine o'clock passenger, an
unknown man, who had been employed
as a grader on tho Kuruka Flat load, was
knocked down and somo small change
taken from him. Ho was uudortho in-
iluenco of 1 uuor at tho time, and not
feeing him since, wo were unablo to learn
the amount ol ills loss, uonsianiu ivi
tirotxirtv navliiL' tho ercatest tax to sup
port our civil instltutlons.it is virtually
a poll tax paid by every man, woman and
child who eats and wears clothes, Tho
Injustice of such u system of taxation is
sur- ly plain. It would Ikj far better to
placu a graduated price upon each inoin
bor of the household, as tlioueh wo were
slaves, and pay at tho rate ol something
like as much for an ablo-lwdied tollur hh
for a thousand dollars in cash ; live hun
dred fora woman, Ifsho werogoodat tend
ing babies and chickens, ami an equal
amount for the young ladles who could
churn ten oundii of butter a day; but lot
tho Idlers and tho babies go untaxed.
With a rato tax the capitalist with fifty
thousands would pay llfty times as
much to tho U. S. Government as
tho laborer who paid a thousand-dollar
rato, but now ho pays no moio unless
ho eats more and wears better clothes,
(five us anv system but a tax on tho ne
cessaries ofllfo. How such a robbery can
luivo a friend In a mini who works out
side of a factory is ono of tlio inystuilcH
of tho ago. A tax upon luxuries might
bo IiniMised and not lio called a lobbery;
hut when you domain! of tho hungry la
liorer Ids monoy for taxes or his life it is
going too far. It may frighten tho timid
to even whis!or frco trade, but it can't
scaro you if I ask you to vote for such a
tariir reform as will no longer Iiiioho
a tax on life itself, for tho necessaries of
life aro ro-illy taxed In this frco America,
Again, my follow laborer, If all of that
jioll tax of ono hundred and sixty-two
dollars were lequired to run tho govern
ment, It might bo at least patriotic to pay
It without growling; but about one hun
dred and fifty dollars go to pay for brown
stone houses in tho cities, cottages by tho
sea, and for lino horses, carriages and
servants, while twelve and a half dollars
go as taxes or ruvenno to Iho government.
The capitalists aro benefitted by thu dif
ference between tho cost of production in
this country und tho cost in other coun
tries, with duty and freight add 'd, and
tlio consumer pays that difference to him
as well as paying the taxes that run tho
government. A 1'aiimkh.
i:y Knniiuli To lie Worth Trylnu'.
From the llrllMi .Medical Jnninul.
Kxmclso before nartaklni: of a meal
lingsworth was notilled andsooncupliiied Istl.nulates tho circulation of tho blood
the two sand-baggeis, but nothing was
found to convict lliom. lliey weio led
to First street and given ten minutes to
got out of tho city. Ihlnklng It tsjst lor
their M-alps, thoy lost no time in getting
over tho ties towaids Poillaud.
llie Voter Know llliu.
From Itie linker City DemonrHt.
There is no opposition to W. M. limn
hoy, for judge, In .Malheur, Grant and
ISakur counties. Thu otcrs are a unit on
hit election. With W. M. Kamsoy on
tho bench It will bring the people back to
tlio feeling of security that eharaeteiized
tlio judicial administration of Judge L.
L. McAHhur. Mr. Itamsoy is an ablo
lawyer, tiio oqiiul of any practitioner In
Oregi ii, und Ids ree"id before the Su
premo Court is a tesiuiK'iiial of hit worth
that any man could well bo proud of.
and facilitates thu flow of blood through
(lie vessels. A glass of water washes out
tlio mucous, pai(i.illy distends tho stom
.cb, and prepares the alimentary canal
for tho morning meal. Observation has
shown that imn-lri Hating liquids pass di
rectly through tho tubular stomach, and
even if food l pioncnt thoy only mix to a
slight extent. According to Dr. I.euf,
who bus made this subject a special study,
cold water should bo given to thorn who
havo sufllcioiit vitality to react, and hot to
thoothiiiM. In chronic gastiie catarrh, it
Isoxtromelv beneficial to drink warm or
hot water lAifnru mutils, and salt is said In
most vn-os to add to tin good oH'wit pio-iluced,
Seats havo U'un assiginMl resirters of
tlio great dailies in tho St. Louis Conven-i'jii.
The Democracy of tho State of Oregon,
in convention assembled, declaro its
fealtv to thu great national organization
of wiileh it is a part, and asks the re
spectful attention of tho eoplc of tho
State to this, its statement of national
Hesolvcd, That wo heaitily endorse
President Cleveland, who by his capabil
ity and feat less honesty, and Illicitly to
the trust reposed In him, lias illustrated
tho pilnciplo that this is a governmcntof,
by and for tho people, and pledged to
guarantee eiiual rights to all and give
sieiiaj pi 1 lieges to none.
Hesolvcd, That we approve the present
faithful and elllcieut Democratic Stato
Hesolvcd. That wo most earnestly and
iiuiiualifledly endorse thu policy of tarlll'
revision, and a reduction of tlio surplus
revenue to thu needs of thu government,
economically administered, as set furtli
in the Piesli'ient's last annual message to
Congress. Wo believe that scch a lovls
ion is dictated by sound policy, and that
unnecessary taxation is unjust taxation
and oppression, and that thu public tovo
lino should, as far as possible, bo derived
from taxes levied on the luxuries rather
than upon tho necessaries of life.
Hesolvcd, That wo demand tho for
feiture of unearned laud grants, and that
the public domain bo hold as a sacred
trust for homes for our rapidly increasing
imputation; and we commend and aji
provu the President's message In regard
to Oregon wagon load grants lately sent
Hesolvcd, That prier public jiollcy
looking to tho future security of tho coun
try, requires that the government keep all
its pledges to tho soldiers of thu Union In
Its various wars, and that thu pension
roll of thu republic be jealously guarded as
a roll of bono, without Imposing upon
the peopl" burdens equal to thu mainte
nance of a standing army, and exhaust
ing the resources of tho taxpayers, which
mav bo needed for future defense.
llesolved, That as a free coplo, enjoy
ing the blessings of liberty In a govern
ment of the people, we denounce thu
policy of thu hngllsh government In Its
administration of Itish nllalrs, and that
wo extend, on Imhiilf of the Democracy
of Oregon, our earnest sympathy with
Gladstone and Paruell in their ell'orls to
secure home rulo and laud ic forms for
thu people of Ireland.
Hesolveil, That woendorsii tho salutary
policy of the national ml illustration In
restricting coriorutioiis to the privileges
ami profits to which they aru strictly un
titled under thu law,
Hesolvcd, That we are In hearty accord
and sympathy with thu cllbrts of thu la
boring masses and wage-earners to ameli
orate their condition and establish tlielr
tights, and are in favor of tho enactment
of such laws as will best protect their In
terests, ami of legislation which will to
tally exclude all Mongolian immigration.
itcsolved, That we favor an amend
ment to the constitution of the United
States providing for (ho election of tho
United States Senators by dhcet vote of
Hesolvcd, That we favor an amend
niont to tlio present railway commission
jaw of Oregon, coiifurilng upon thu board
of railroad commissioners jsiwer to fix
and negotiate the rates for transisulatioii
of ftclghts on railroads within the Stato
Hesolvcd, That wo are in favor of tho
opening and improvement of tho Colum
bia river and various ports of entry on tho
seaboard, so that the commerce of thu
country may be carried without interrup
tion to'thu markets of the world; und for
that piirsisu we deniaml el Iho general
government liberal appropriations, und
ask a speedy enactment of the landing
river and harbor bill now landing lieforo
HtMolved, That wo demand of the gen
eral government tho seeily completion
of thu locks at thu Cascades, and the Im
mediate constinction of links at Tho
Dalles, on tho Columbia river, and sulll
dent appropriations therefor; und that
wo favor thu State, as far as in lis isiwor,
making such Improvements at or mound
these Klnts as will, until tho completion
of tho locks, itccommodato thu commerco
of tho country.
A lluiiiorl.1V View of Humor.
Iittl Nye In Nuw York World.
Humor Is a luxury and yet It is a neces
sity. Kvcrybody is ierinitled to use his
own lasto and discretion in selecting his
uteln of humor, but vou can rest assured
! tliat ho Is going to have it in somo form or
other. Humor, iiku religion, neons puri
fication, and all is not humor that calls it
ut.lf uti! but whether it Is) In music, in art.
i in literature, on inu siitgo or in tue pmpu,
I it is doing moro in a giMl-natureil way to
I wards ilisllguring the features of error und
' fraud than many more indentions ugen
icies. In the llrst place, it has a bigger
audience. In the second place, it bus u
I good-uatuicd audience. In the third
I place, vou can laugh a stubborn man out
of a folly when you cannot knock it out of
liiin. S ou can ridicule hhn out of it. You
I can ridlculo him out of it when you can-
pot preach him out of it or pray him out
of it. Thuroforo, let a purified and exalt
ed humor keep tho sinner gissl-uatu cil
i while it makes folly npnar foolish and
pavos Iho way for what is moio profound
i i . . in
A now gasometer in tho gas works at
Hochulaga, Canada, exploded Saturday,
killing seven pctnoiiH. 'I tie explosion
was cnuiMtd by u tiller Incautiously u
preaching a leak with u lump while en
deavoring to locate It. Tho damagi' to
prosjity Is ostluiHtwl at l.".u,i;0 to UWr
A storm moves .io miles per hour.