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j SI .VJIT OV WANT.
. n.-.iiUliiiiiKtu'.V'trdtiimp will
hi rUMBl-Wrrfcly IWMT OIIIJCHIN-
'Nf'i'riC,i'""f'""1 ,f,v' r,,",n ni" ,ny
" T, "ii,iiyi:M,m:ni.Nftir tin.
',, ,nH 'f ,,J' """'
a riti:i: i.ntitAitv.
i'lttrnii nf till' Dully or Ni'iiiMVrrkly
HAST OKIUIOMAN mil rn-rly iiiutte mmi
or t)ic HASl Oltl'tlONtAN Itlirnry when.
owr thry no ili'nlii', 'Mm piitillu nn rur
illlllly Itltltril to Nlt the nllU-o tt lirni'Ver
PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO.. ORKUOX. WBDMiSDAV, MAY 30, 1888.
Hits bcon taken oil' both
ooien ana uotton u-ooas
lS'ot by Congress, but by
0THCH1LD & BEAN
And they now oflbr their Largo ami Complete Stock of
Ill UUVlUjUJUVllllllUj XXV
aunt.: amdi-t thi: ntohm.
I Drniiint iiiit (mil (iiofli.tin, Ux-Seeroturv
, Robert I Itienln, mill many other nblo
I lawyers.bolh Ropublic.t.is ami Democrats,
I h.ivo no hesitation in declaring mv
... I readiness ( wile for his OMtiilrinalbn.
of iHiimKM iii ny lildes, by tight tho present .i.l.nlnistta.
Hull Hlom-n Dllflril t ,, ,.,. I,, i., a,,,, d,' I. ...ii i
Sinemt I'.ot llrf,.-A l.ari:- .N iiml.er of I (ie I ight ollzllt to bo uoli.Wl .1 l.v i
THIS TllllTII A1IOUT TH11 TAIlll'r
Ntatri 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 (
Ptrrsiinui, Pa., May .SO. Thu stoim :
which swept over Uasteni Ohio, Wont,
irginia, ami Western Pennsylvania yes-'
t(tl( laV tlftcrilOOll wan of a Verv ilostri:i'tiv. ,
character. The aggregate loss to build
! bigs, crops, ami railroad ami telegraph
I linos foot tip to many thousand d.illarH.
Several lives wore saerllicod, ami a mini-1
.ber of persons wore injured. About,
Point Pleasant and Huntington, Wont
I Irginia. at Canton, Ohio, Heaver Citv, i
I'a., and through tho oil regions, the
storm wan putlioiilaily savero, hall falling
, in masses, whilo tho wind was verv vi
olent. Alxjtit this eltv tho storm was not ho !
heavy, but "pedal fiout many other
wot thy man prer-entetf.
III.At.M: IS KAItNKST.
If Sii) Im It.'iilly .M. iint Tliut ti riHililn't
Ixi a I'utitlhlutr, unit Will Kefiiin t.i be
Ni:v Yotti;. May IK). TlioTilbimu imb
IIhIich a letter from lllaino, In which ho
leave no room for doubt uh to hlrf deter
mlnatiun. Speaking of hid Florence let
ter, ho nayn: "If I nhotild now, bv
Hiieech or plleni'o, by commirtHlon or oiiiIh
hIoii, permit my imino in any event to
eomo befoio the convention. 1 hIioiiIi! In
cur thu reproach of belnj: nn-candld with
iIiom) who ulwavH have lieeit candid with
vl ..11.1 IV I SKJ. M mm ma l . i & 1 n m m m -w
u u ' M : a r - m . a t - pn . . m r w m ' k i
Kxniiiiiie their goods, get their prices, and convince yourself
!mt the above are not mere assertions, but that they will Hiib
tantinte what they claim. Theirs is not an "Infant Industry,"
lierefori! they have discarded Protective Prices, and will freely
,,r,i mii.ititiiiii I'rniii nil fiiinrloi1.) Tlinv i.nii' n
viiiij'-... i - - -' 7
eneral Merchandise Stock
LULI1U (LJ.JLII. Ja U11U.V Jr J. .y uuuug. aU.Ull aJ JLJ VJ V O CIiXXt.1.
unuareii's uiotning, 'urnisning: Gooas,
Mens Ladies and Children's Shoes
Straw and Felt Hats, Crockery
and Glassware, Groceries,
I la." II IllTIJaTI I.I t W I.T I 3 wT 1 M 1.1 r Ills l.T I TTn
' nointH rcprecent hall falling uh luriw as "V.'l, 1 HI'oak tl-,Vfo,v tim I am noi
if.. .mm' im.lu T..iifnnt. i!....u ..... Vi I willitm to tenia n In a doubtful attitude
badly In ninny places. Railroad tracks V1"! "ot vvillill to cauw mlHleadiim' foru
are covered wflh the delitls from ndns. "K'0 nltt f millions who have
Damago to orchards Iiuh been partloularlv K,vu" ,uu ",1P'r H""r.t(t anil contlitences.
heavy, many tiees In th tcirlons viniteil ' 1 11,11 "ot W""JK ' " '', ;' nithful
bv the hall fjeliiLf Htrlmi. d ontrlL.bt of nv. I supporters In the pant sluHild think mo
cry leaf, ami other cropxaio in tho saino r'1,,i,:lbI M;te Hnd double
Vegetables, Fresh Fish
- tl 1 - w -a
si'KCI.M. IN'Dl'CKMHNTS OITKKHI) VOll CASH.
:.. ni r" a mm wi r mm
ius ojiiuei, riuo uunuti, rinu lua, dim cvBiyiuiiig rmu inui u nrsi-uictss
Grocery should contain.
CjJI -M if vail want (i'riH!i,los elinan. n I.PMLPR.
Ciiic.Mio, .May !U). A destructive rain
storm prevailed all through Kansas, Ohio,
.Minnesota, Indiana, Dakota, Illinois,
Iowa and tNobraska, Sunday and .Monday.
In Illinois cattle were killed by hall. In
Iowa thu hall was terrific. Stones woro
as laruo as e's, and woro drifted on thu
ground from two to three feet deep in
places. Thu daimiKu to crops ami fruit Is
very neavy. icar moiix uty tno .Mis
souri river is again on the. rampage, tloiiiL'
threat damage. In Kansas tho small
grains uru hurt. Hall fell with great
force, tearing shingles oil' houses, and
cutting Hvo Htock till thoy woro covored
Wm.nvvii.i.i:, X. V Jltiy :i0. Twenty
business blocks woro unroofed bv tho
storm. Tho llaptlst church was Imdly
damaged. Twenty-threo jKitsons woro
Iniuted. Heavy rains and hail broke
windows by hundreds. Tho storm swept
violently eastward through Southern
Xew York, folllnir trees anil tlolnt! ureat
damage to churches. Seveiul buildings
wrecked at Allciitown, and many
with my words.
C'atlfurtilit, Navailn, Hint Orrfon nrlasittf
ull for Tliurinnii for Vlr l'r Mcnt.
San Krancisco, .May :tl). A sneclal
from Ogden says it im11 of tho California
delegates to thu Democratic National
Convention showHthut all favor Thurinan
for Vlco President. Tho iNuvada delea
tion Is oven tuoro enthusiastic. Tho
delegates declaro that Thiirmaii can ren
der tho Sagebrush State jH'ifect-
, ty saio tor tno JJemwracy. Only a
part of tho Oregon delegation aro on tho
i train. Tho dlsnatch sayM those scout to
o.prcss theim-ulves for Thiirmaii. lloth
in ovana ami in Oregon delegates say
his stand on tho Paclllc railroad dob't
question secures him their votes.
A ItATII.KHNAKi: IIITK.
l'lrit Noutrslltril, but liy Cart lrnM
.San Fuancisco, .May 110. V. farmer
hinuii iinun villo, wus bittoii by a ruttlcHiiuku. Ho
Ail IiiIiiiiiihii Drlvor-Wool lutci Itritnrril
I'ollcn Court unit Crliiilnul Niitrn.
PottTi.ANi), .May HO. From Tho Dalles
ami all nolnts east on thu O. H. & X.
Hues tho carload rato on sacked wool to J before tho breath left tho body.
iNoriiiorii or I'liion raciue easiern lernit
cut tho linger oil' ami drank it largo iiiuir
tity of whisky, and felt no III ellects.
Threo days later ho picked up thu pleco
of lingur, which was black with n!hoii,
and It came in contact with tho wounded
linger, and that night the man died in
tumble agony. DecomiKhItIott sut in
mils has been reduced to J1.7B tier hun
tired pounds; loss than carloads, fl'.OO;
Chicago, carloads, fl'.ll); Now York,
t)l'.a-; Ilo.ston.f'.'.U.'i; Philadelphia, rJ.a'l.
James I'lelds, driver of lltu engine Xo.
I, on .Sunday last hired one of .Magoon'H
lltiost borses. Ho returned at 7 1. in.
Tho borne had k'ett driven fu hard that
ho could scati'oly get into tho stable, and
was trembling ami covcivit with welts,
haviiiL' evidently been lashed unmerciful
ly. Iho animal died In great agony (lur
Tlio (tit.-nltliil Dully I'ri'.n Tnkvu to TmU.
i-'roin tlio huh Prntiul.ru Now l.mtr.
Tho truth about tho proposed amend
taunts In tho tarlll' In their tclation to
1 Paclllc Coast interests is not so dllllcultto
j get at as tho mass of Ignorant voters, for
I sinister purposes, are being made to be
lieve. Thu spread oaglelsm about protec
tion, and tho tall talk In reference to freu
trade, uiu both alike irrelevant to any
thing which at this timo is iiropoi-cd to bu
done. Tho sooner practical, hard-headed
business men get rid of tho confusion of
Idu.tH engendered by such abstractions
thu belter. The iiuustlons to bu asked,
and the only questions worth answering,
aro: (I,) W hat is proposed to bu dono?
and Ch what will bu thu ull'ect on Paclllc
Coast Industries if tho charges p -oposod
aro accompiisiicd ; in order to roacn a
clear and Intelligible answer, let us sco
what tho suggested clausus ato. T.'io un
mixed table has lefereucu to all thu alter
ations in tho existing law which limy bo
suppled to either dbectlv or Indliectly,
nearly or tetnotoly all'ect I'alifornian In
terests. All other articles In thu produc
tion or manufacture of which this coast
is concerned remain taxed as at present:
A rilll.OSOI'lltlU'S NTOMK.
Prvnvnt Turin. I.MIIUIIIII
l l in oer7Ti o m ii
I'lnKrU A' palliiR-
-nil in niiR. ,
unit In lank
l'oiiyr, i) lil
20 nor et. ml vnl
le. per I'tililo foot
JiliO hit M.
J I per i't. nil val.
ise, irr ii' uh.
:. per lut IIji.
.!f. pur ll,
ic hit lb.
JO per el. nil vnl
10 per rt, no vul
I't plT el. Ull Mil
-u per in.
I.'. tmr Hi.
.'o. pur in.
lit piT III.
le. pur Hi.
IIM. imr Hi
ioe. pur htiklml.
lOo. per liii'le'l.
10c. kit Inmlinl.
10 hit ct. ml vul.
i.h'. per iiiimmi'I.
I0i). iht Imiliel.
I0v'. hit liaolicl.
aio. per liox.
iV. per Inix.
.'it per ft. ml vat
Ik', nor II),
HUNitv (ii.otKii: iii:noiinci;i.
A K. of l A'uriiilily Siiy hn Ii I'rultor
mill I'lni Him On),
Ni:w Yoiik, .May District Assem
bly Xo. .'s of tho Knights of Labor last
night passed tho following resolution:
"Hesolved, That wo consider Iho course
pursued by Henry lleorgo us it meiulwr
of tho ..'tilted Labor parly unmanly and
devoid of every principle of a gentleman.
ins action is mat ot a traitor, una not
Ing tho night. .Mr. -Magoon stated to tho I dcsiilng his fellowship longer, w;o tleclam
K.sr OitMioMAN reportor this morning I expelled from our organization."
tliat tliu animal lit iiueMlon was one oi
Forsalo by JESSE FAILING. Pondlolon. Or.
At IBotfcoin Prices,
HL X, Dl tnklrirM-
the lluust In his -.tables, belm; vuty iron
tlo, it lino traveler mid full of spirit.
"Tlucd bundled ddlarH in gold coin," ho
said, "would not have bought him. I
have laid Iht matter beforo tho society
for tho prevention of cruelty to animals,
havo employed an attorney, and I intend
to institute suit for damages and pro.-o-onto
Fields to tho fullest extent of tho
law." An omployo at tho stables said
that when thu animal eaum In ho was
panting like a famished dog, his mouth
omii, and his tongue, which wus mvollcn
and black, proti tiding.
Jctl'reys-Uiwis was creeled by a gener
ous round of applause as she stupiied up-
on tho stago last nlKht, It being nor sec
ond aiitiearauco in Portland. Tho house
was well filled by an audience who at
tested their apprccatlon of her uctlng by
In tho pollco court this afternoon, Pat
terson, the Dune, who stolo a horso and
buggy, fVJ-j, and soino tickets, was held
to appear beforo tho grand jury in tho
Bunt of .'.)0.
Fred Dunham, accused of tho larceny
of -fL"' and fourteen whlto shirts, and also
of tho crimn of assault and battery, had ton of each column tho editor candldlv
his casu continued until Thursday. announces that ho has sold tho space ho-
I Agnes woouaru, a woman wno weeps a jow for tlio campaign, anil is not resjon-
bawdy house on Fifth street, and !raeo slblo for anything appearing therein.
Hall X RIlRNXini' I Hamilton, ono of hor "girls," woro In Vhilo thu two opiKjsiug columns
r a ataaaa affMaa Vaatl. atkaaatf m-m tl m- m mmmT mmm i 1 A I 1 W . .4M tr f I
' eniirt elmreei
JiHPOT LUMBER YARD.
A :hl il SialilKil to llrulli.
San Hakahi., -May 'M. 'Iho two-year-sou
of J. Mai ley, of Xlcaslo, full into a
vat of boiling watut Sunday ami was
frightfully scalded. Tho water had Won
prepared to scald hogs, and thu boy, un
noticed, walked Into It, and soon after
Klixrliluu HUH Alive.
Wam-'noton, .May SO. At !l o'clock
this mi. ilug (iuiiurnl Sheridan's condi
tion wa- till favorable, and ho h sleep
ing qulu.i. .
A Nw lrprluri
Prom tlio Altu Cili.'ornla
Tho Klamath county (Orogon) Star Is it
nowsnaiier run for luvunuo onlv. At thu
head of its editorial columns It (lies both ! lth sides pietend that groat things amis)-
I Ml tho tender scan that list down. Item
by Item, ami ask himself what Paclllc
Coast industry will Ihi injured by tho
imposed change. Thu moro thorough
10 applies himself to tho task tho moro
erlainlv will ho reach thu conclusion
that there is tcally iiolhinn to worry over.
There is hardly an article in that list wo
do not largely export, and when that is
tho case there can bo no usu in a duty
on that which wo should not Im
port undur any circumstances. Of what
conceivable value to anybody aro tho
duties on wheat, barley, oats, lieaus,
potatoes, eas, lemons, orangus, beeswax,
copor, quicksilver, timber ami canned
irii'ia? Vtut-cll bill (lonoi buy any ol tliose
things. In resjiect of all such matters wo
defy the couiclillou of the whole world.
It Is plain in regard to them that protec
tion Is of no value, and that they aio
iroicrlv on the free list. There remain
to bo considered on by wool, raisins ami
mustard. It is conceded on all sides
that wool will not Dually got into tho free
list, but will bu permitted to remain taxed
pretty much as it Is. That bone of con
tention being removed, It is Idle to discuss
It. .Much iiiluht bu said and has been
said In favor of the view that admitting
lino wools duty frcu would bo a buuullt
rather than an Injury to local growers.
Hut that view lias tint prevailed,
and that is an end oil' it, Thu duty
on linK)ited ruislus is proved to
Is) reduced from two cunts to one ami
ouo-haU cunts str pound. Tho leihictlnii
of a half cent per pound is so slight as to
bu hardly worth talking about, and can
bo restored If Paclllc Coast members aro
so minded. Mustard Is lowered from ten
cents to six cents er pound. To this
lluuly attenuated olnt comes mis great
hugalHH) raised over tho tarill'. Thu
mustard on tho sor man's meat Is In ho
reduced four cents a iiouml, Simply that
and nothing moro. Free trade makes no
appreciable gain ami protection sutlers
no substantial loss, let tno oigaus on
With IIhAIiIu Morrow County .Mull lUncor
rtn I. not ArtlcU'n.
Prom tlio I'nrtluml Oieitonlau,
C. .M. Mallory, the Hpppnor druggist,
who was In tho city the other tiny, told a
reporter a storo of a queer faculty pos
sessed by his cousin, employed fn bin
drug stoio at Heppner. Tho subject of
the tale Is K. J. Sloctim, a young man
about 'St years old, Ho Is of medium
height, rather heavy set, and has always
been known as u sensible man. Iaist fall
hocttno to Heppner from Wityno county,
When Slociini was a boy, his undo
gavo him what bo called tho "philoso
pher's stone," a smooth, oval-shaped,
translucent stone, smaller than the list of
an average man. Ho was told to keep
tho present, as it might coino in handy
soino day in tho way of tecoverlng lost
goods and give sloctim power to rovoal
tho actions of others.
Slociiin's powers and tho revealing
properties of the stono were given it fair
test while thu youni: man was still in
Pennsylvania. A relative living at Ilopp-
uor lost a scissors, ami Hociun was
written to and asked where tho missing
article was to bo found. Slocuin con
sulted the philosopher's stone, and ro
plied by tho next mall, "Look in a crack
behind a mo-i-hoard near the dining-
room ooor." ncioro tno letior arrived,
the scissors wore found In tho very Hjiot
Whllo In Pennsylvania, Slocuin was of
ten visited by persons who had lost va
rious articles. Ono fat mur from whom a
set of harness had been stolen, con
sulted Slocuin, who told hlin to look un
der tho rootH of a big trco, near a creek
in the woods. Only tho absurdity of tho
rovelatlou made an Impicsslon on tho
farmer, and ho preferred to go on with
his work rather than bo made a fool of, us
ho thought. Two years later soino ior
sons found tho rotten harness Just whoro
tho owner of It had been Instructed to
Whllo tho Willis Skill murder mystery
was tho solo tonic of conversation in
Cnlon county, and Kastcrn Orciron for
that matter, a Heppner man sought to
throw some Unlit on tho sublect throiicb
tho intervention of SliH:iun'Hphl!osophorn
stone. At the earnest solicitation of tho
llomtticrltcs Slocuin did as reoiiesleil.
ami in tunly advanced tho thuorv that
Skill's Itody was, after tho head hail l-ocn
cut oil', packed in a barrel and carried
considerable distance and hurries. Tho
Hi'rrotimliiigs of tho burial spot were also
descrllH'd. Subsequent Investli.MtioiiH
proved, that this theo.y was not at all un
reasonable. Kelnir pressed for a deserln-
tlon of tho parlies concerned or siipH).cd
to bo concerned In the crime, Hocum
leseribeil the Persons under arrest as
accurately as a resrlor detailed lo look
up I lie circumstances In t he case would
havo dono, so Mr. Mallorv says.
Moeum'H method of rovealhiL' secrets
ami discovering the resting place of lost
propeity is by iiHiklug lulo tlio stono. It
must not be infeiied that ho looks
through tho stono any moro than ho i
would look through tho corner stone of it 1
brick building. It is simply translucent, I
and It is a question whether It or Slocuin i
Itossossea thu qualities refeired to. Cu- f
rioiis persons who hau tried for them
helves to "Hud" lost atlicles, iexirt no
bolter success than If they bud looked
through a barn door. Slocuin W tho
"finding" power ami tho stono his co
partner, Slocuin, through tho iioMso.Ksioii of tho
philosopher's stone, has gaiuud some lo
cal fame as a fortune teller or augur, 1 (o
Is not at all witlslied with his tltioa, and
has tried several times to lose tho stone,
but it has always tinned up.
tho Democratic and ltuniilillean tlckots. ! int.' accomplished. Tho Kxamliier thinks
It has sold two parallel columns on its tho .Mill tailll' tho gioatcst reform of
first pago for tho campaign ono to tho i modern times, whilst tho llulletlii Is bo
Itontiblican county central committee side itself with well unsullied anger, and
and tho other to tho Democratic county vowh that "a victorious army of 100,000
committee. Ono Is headed in hold black
letters, "Itepubllcaii Column," and thu
other is headed "Democratic Column,"
in exactly tlio same kind of tyiio. At tho
! men murcliim. mt thu San .loaouln. rav
: aging and destroying our oichards, orange
'groves and wheat fields, blowing tin tnlii
j ing proH!rtiiH on tlio distant Hank, pit
j laying and devastating, could not causo
i wider ruin than that which Is so quletlv
'ordained In tho .Mills bill." Fancy it I All
' that when lulled down, only means a little
rlif.aiuir nillHtim! on our nioiit. It:ili I
" INK AND
SOHUYVBR & CO.,
SPIRIT MEHOH AN TS,
A n !. v aj .
S'S11 BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES; JOS. SCHLITZ BREWING
oianTbduipV. ,V,s- export pilsner bottled beer, arca-
PONsjrS R ,neRAL WATER, (Waukeni&w. Wis.) VEURE CLIQUOT
,Wl"ArlD N PlAMBenT ,v-n'... i-l.iv
nuin, (ICIIUW LilUei. IllCll Ouuwfim
1" f9 C -rr
1 ' -a-av -a- W ' .
Wholesale and Ketall
on our meal.
court charged with tho larceny of fi'7.50 conduct u wonly and acrid warfare, the Out Uwn Iho miserable, falMfylng ami
from Frank Shaw, a pianist ot tins city. editor sits at Iho receipt of customs, and : miscniovous lournaiiHiii ot tno erloii!
At tho teqtiest of tho defendants tho case I takes tho pelf of both parties with equa-! Why cannot tlio dally press discuss s)lit
was couHnued. Shaw stated to your ro- nimity mid a clear conscience. This h'al Issues for what they moan and what
portor that, being tiretl, ho wont to bod i feature of journallsiii is unique, but it has thoy uinount to?
In (iraco Hamilton's apartnients in Wood-, ts tnorits. 'Iho readers hao a fair oil-1 .....ii...,..., TT. v ,
Ulll ti llOIOH,, Mllll lib... .a.''. i ..v.. UllUllllJ Ul ICaillll PlUU II PIUU 11IIUI
ho awoko tho was missing from tho odposIiil' naities liavo to say, and can
Ids tuckets. Hamilton acknowledged form a pretty fair Idea of w hat is senso
havlnir i7.50, but said sho took It for safe ami what is hoiimjiiso
kconini!. stand that what thoy
I tUan and honestly paid fi
' " I .l,.,.,.,tlnn .m.l l.vi.rv uu v K lolll.l la
-,"., . , . , ln.
Willi mo suiw-ciioors it is stui
AbroHixlu is thu name Dr. (Inyo, of
Ainsioriiam, ciiisihos lor inattunilvenoss,
III) Wantcil it I'Utol.
Friin t Ii u Vakliuu Hlitmil.
A stranger who gavo his name uh J. J.
Donnelly entered the hardware store of
S. ,1. Louo Wednesday evening and
asked to bo shown a revolver of thu
Smith k Wesson patent. .Mr. ('buries
Higblill, tho clerk, took from the case it
revolver of tho description, which did not
suit tho purchaser, ami ho selected a
thirty-eight calilue of u illH'erent make.
On tlio price being named ho said that it'
was too much, hut bo would tuke It If a
lsx of cartridges was "(town In." Tho
cait ridges woio furnished ami the weapon
loaded and handed In Donnelly when bo
liegatt toliro in tho direction of Mr. Higb
lill, who put in tho Ust timo -mssihlo
getting out of tho way. After tiling at tho
cleik Donnelly turned tho pistol on him
self and pulled tho triugor, but bolng a
poor shot tho bullet failed to take ollcct
ami ho was prevented from doing further
misciiiet by being disarmed, a pro
tracted snreo was tho causo of his mur
Among Iho agencies which have lielisd
to build up tho iNinlusiila of Florida.
accoidiug to Mr. A. II. Cm tins, arc cer
tain tieos, like tho mangrove and cypiess,
ilea ol w bat Is sonso v...-rn .... . ... v.. , . , . , . .
a Thov also iindiir. I m"1 1,0 qifo t-Ingiilaily finds that ho I , 1 , ,, Vi i ii i .i ".'
o. iiioy uii-mj iitiiur i J10mt irt tlio c-tiiino if It A dull Ikiv Ihi-i wuU,r Llko thoenrul builders, they havo
jy roan is purely par-1 tam(j U) uarji )(fjui. (.orllj.. uMrr) woiked slowly, but in tboip-.tniis of con-
!rT.Ml'w ihoii.,1 V : Imtl been teii.oved from tho n.o; and a , m, " wrought would Is-gieat.
I When n JIan Collie with tlio lllu'lie t I IIUppV.
iiuiiiiiitmlutloi., tlio Ori-ia-uli Kenntor , ply '4'otl
' u.liik tin OiiL-lit to lie Ooullrmeit. . VOllr cboll'O
Waiiisoto.v, Mav SO. Senator Mitch-; Iixir man, is suppohod to fiavo no prin
cll boing asked what ho thought of tho . ciplw; ho tukw tho monoy and muku
phi mnt TeiMirt of mi intention on tho nart i n cholco. Hi- mot hm, howovor, U an
Ua LARGER STOCK at Lower Prices,
luainanv llouso in tlio Aortliwest.
cut runt reisirt of tut intention on tlio art
of Itopiiblicans not to vote on Fuller's
nomination until after tho . of March
next , replied : "I lia-io taken pains lo
inf rui mysolf as to Fiillcr'u ciinpi tfiii y
and worth, and find he is warinly en
d' rsi 1 by tho I hfagj U'liih and 1 ar ir
rc pcclUe if jn lines. lien a man bus
endorsement I v suih eminent Judgaa as
.mm. ).,,.! 1.,... lr..ol.l...l ii 111, v.irllif.. IS illlOgOlllUr pfODalle tll.lt t III) I tlOll
. ' uiirwla nf I rAit.i'j.i'itiitil 'LI iiulu" In lint
.o, i no minor, Htui u j i u v h i t! iii ,. tix.fA ...il..,i i Iiiuni4roo th U k'A. nut I that t m un-wuit
.dent was similarly roliovod. Dr. liuvo "lryo IsljiinU will hi lime lie addod to
j suppotMW that thww nasal trouhlo atl'oct i ,l,u lnubiluiitl.
I Hie brain by pioventlng tlu) ceieliral
lymph from i in ulailiig frotd.
oirecllvo simolcher of tho camitaigu liar
That niml.Io ranal nin't crawl oil tho
farm wiihiit Ix-ing nailed.
"Olassi. loners' cramp," a defrinit. of
the bn.'ers pr iil'icc'l In r Mil .igusp
ing, Is di Trt ,ed lv vl lu t us mi
affCcticin of iiiarly cury gbssbl wcr
FpriiiientH h.e sliuwt that Ihi-Hkni
i f a wlipi- i-rw.it lran-i I iti'i d mi Ma'
t-kiit nf i ip.'ri 1 ' hi Ui k i.i"
nkn. 'f 'e iur. uti I )' 1 1 U ik.n
I' ti'l ll whit" 1 l''i j i 'in .t an 1
Ix" I I' s wlil'c
AlimliK the nlii'-hnld,' ih of a
life iiiHiir.iii ' mi pan , tlx- .1 . '
lliedii'.ll lir mi I .r II
ab 'i- the I"' il a t u,i ...
ill ..- i f Iff I ( ii'..' i r
f no H n, ir d ) I i ii m ii
v a i lib i ii i ' i f i ii
Ing Hit nf l .i- .J di atli i.
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