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With 30,000 fresh Jjalj .:ih troops sorts of manufactured goods at un
on tbeir way to CubaXi 'e revolu- beard of prices.
— tionists certainlv need all the svm-
pathv thev can get; a littie ammu-j ' Chicago has a beer trust, but
— nition would also be thankfully re- wasn’t organized to sell beer
trust. Not «.n your life
1<I Itor eeived
■^B1,NEÍDAY DECKM BE K
Having purchased the entire stock formerly belonging to Cal
Geer, comprising all lines of
HARDWARE, CRCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE,
shrewdest spiritualistic fakir STO\ E HARDWARE. SUNDERIES, A CARPENTERS r10
Tom ____ ______________
| overboard all superfluous articles, j is not a match for the New \ork
Zlrmal rnncrrpPA ' including the comical moustache,' Herald when it come to uncovering
I offer the same for sale at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
<• j | before the storm begins.
frauds conducted in the name of
November the 27th, adopted a free
C. H. VOEGTLEY.
spiritualism, but it taker: a jail
linage resolution. The vote stood
Mr. Ben Harrison has organized sentence to convince some of them.
nearly three to one. The basis of
16 to 1 and unlimited coinage of a double end fighting machine—
The report of the Commission
silver the vote stood, for free coin one end will fight to get the nomi
nation for him, and the hither to , sent by Congress to investigate the
age 127, for gold 50.
that silver is not dead keep it away from Reed or McKin- Nicaragua canal may prove a death
Thi» shows t-------
blow to that scheme, as it declares
nor its advocates very much para- ley.
the digging of the canal to be im
Ivied It cannot be said that the
result was the natural consequence, James G. Blaine;
of local sentiment. Because in j
Also, of Maine;!
Good advice: Never leave the
Nebraska in the last state election ¡Twice sat in the Speaker’s chair,
house on a journey without a bottle
silver got the worst of it. Three But the presidency—he never got
ef Chamberlain’! Colic, Cholera and
tickets were in the field, two demo- |
Diarrhoea Remedv. For sale bv
cratic one republican and the dem
Corner of 1st. and B Street.
ocratic-silver ticket was beaten bv
Perhaps it was the slim attend
Several years ago I was taken I M. H. BRENTON
)>oth the others. We notice in the I ance at his lectures that made ex
Jsbate whilv the discussion was go Senator Ingalls sick.
S TAB L E
sick in bed about ten days and
ing on the stronghold of the opposi
I could get nothing to relieve me un-
tion, or gold ites. was that free coin
Tne report that Sarah Bernhardt til I used Chamberlain’s Colic,
age of silver would drive gold out
of circulation, and pretended to bet*1”* been offered a fabulous sum by Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
very much alarmed for fear free a publisher for her autobiography which cured me and has been a I
coinage would bring about mono-1’8 probably a theatrical lie. If household remedy with us ever
metallism, .w fcood rrmmns were . tubful!v written the book could sinee. J C Marlow. Decaturville,
Mo. For sale by all druggists.
advanced to prove such would be 1 not be publicly sold.
the case hu’ mere assertions As-
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sertions don’t prove anything. If] Strange to say the same thing
our government had free coinage that gets President Cleveland the |
Value Recognized by Physi
of silver, and it was found to be most abuse is also his most ad-’
detrimental to our financial inter- mired trait—his strong will; obstl- *
rit the act could be very easily re nacy, if you please.
, As a rule I am opposed to pro-
The Proprietor of the White Front Livery Stable as-
I prietary midicines. Still I value a
sures the public that he > is prepared to accommodate
Allot'these poor scarsd advocates
in every way in his line of business.
According to a rece nt Spanish • K®o<1 one’ especially when such is ,
Hay and grain constantly on hand, and careful help.
of the gold standard recognize the I royal decree, American syndicates.] the source of relief from pain, As'
importance of a free circulation of engaged in mining in Cuba are to a topical [external] application I I
have found Chamberlain’s; Pain ‘ p*?BenKerfi taken to all parts of the country.
Hearse and J«b Wagon
silver, but beg the people to wait pay no taxes for 20 years.
tor thi’ great and glorious interna
tional congress that we are going to
used for neuralgia of any kind. 1
Anything that is novel goes h>
have in ths “sweet bv and by”
have conscienciously recommended
when old things wilt be made new .New York City, Its latest fad is a it to many persons.
and the milleniiim will shake ten-year old negro girl evangelist. Horne, M. D., Janesville, Wis. ¡
hands with misery and starvation.
Sold by all druggists.
Leis wait. Let the poor who are j John Sherman sticks to it that
willing to work, but can get noth- he wrote the truth, and rubs it in]
ing to do because of the scarcity of j by saving he is glad he wrote it.
HARRIS A JOHNSON Proprietors.
money to pay them, starve along ‘
bv flow (¡egrets in a land of plenty ' The annual report of the director
and to spare, in the meantime v
we, ‘ ofthe U. S. Mint states the case
*•> ClUf^ET l«TH««GT.
Will still continue to “eotten” to the | 8trong
] v but truthfully when it
W nUL NO SQUEAKING.
'»ret coming b of the international
uuiuuLionai says that our present money sys-
♦ 5. CORDOVAN,
FRENCH«, ENAMELLED CALF.
»•ongress or conference that is
tern is as inconsistent, illogical,'
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
to put bread and i butter
• as can well
u i be mi-
tne • and .i expensive
__ i 3.5P POLICE,3 S oles .
it » ot ft.irving familiea th* agjnefi ” but as it is a republican
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant;Card Rooms, st«., etc.
tmdtr his care and Hvsteni this Cong-ess isn‘| likely to
*2 A7-5 B oys S chool S hoes . Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
* LADIES -
protection and for whom he has | bettor it
»uc'i a tender affection, that he •
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE *
cannot advocate means or wavs of,
immediate relief, but must await! Senator Sherman will never be
by purchaaing W. L>.
!»« action of this dear interview— satisfied until he has killed off a You cun aavc D money
oiik I h R Shoe«,
<h’ch, if held, would end in a “fiz ' few more republican candidates by advertised shoe« in the world, and guarantee
ana price oa
the bottom, which protects you against high
z ? and our people just go on. all i telling the truth about them.
W.L. D ouclas ! bvm 18
■‘»same^suffering, starving, beg-
r g for bread, and the rich getting
Hon. J< hn Wanamaker has again
I called attention to his liberality as
by infinitely better for a campaign contributor, which not
people i>i this goverr.ment to jonly seems to advertise the profita-
no ruonev than to have it ble nature of his privnte business
>ti'present situation controled but gi ves notice of his willingness
by » few.
to buy further political honors.
f the Assistant Postmaster Gen- I
rePub,ican8 who think
d®culj, by being put under the Ben Harrison might put in his time
c,Til »rrice rules, whv not the ....
^or®>8n missions mor® sat
General and also the A8^ac^or’Lv than in chasing another
^ident* No, M r U’;i.
’• w ilson, we do
you There has i
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- — civil
-.1 service rules
“Little Billee” Chandler would
f‘ ' •L°ugh rotation in office,1
if he were not soimper-
prwenl administration; ¡tinent
fr r ‘ “ >» ' ought
— huuie auu
The arrival of Japanese drum-
lf* r’Publicr-*1*^ Ml
M » are again partially biers in the United States is no joke.
1 hey are soliciting orders for many
prices and the middleman’s profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every,
where at lower prices for the value given than
nnv other make. T ike no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
fuhn S rLOutu S aw mill
Situate on Silvi., river 1 mile K„t „f Barn., n.sr the brf(Jgf
wil receive GOOD FLOUR from
The aneceR« of thia Great Cough Cure fo
without a parallel in the hiatory of medicine
All druftgiRtN are authorized to Mil it on a poa-
itive guarantee, a test that no other e re can
aucceeafully stand. That ft may beeome
known, the Proprietors, at an enonnoua ea-
pense, are placing a Sample Bottle Free into
every home in the United State« and Canada.
If you have a Cough. Sore Throat, or Bron-
chitia, use it. for it will cure you. If your
child haa the Croup, or Whooping Cough, use
it promptly, and relief ia sure. If you dread
that insidious disease Consumption, use it
Ask your Druggist for SHILOH'S CURE
Price 10 eta.. Mete, and 11.00. If your Lungs
are sore or Back lame, use Shiloh’s Porous
Plaster. Price Mete. For sale by all Dru«.
giste and Dealers.
BLACKSMITH & WAGON SHOP.
M c K innon
Shop opposite the Brewery
Xork in Ä