if You "Want
ALL THE NEWS TAKE
The Reflector. 3ibilm 19emla
ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 6, 1891.
!Mra0 THE ABILENE REFLECTOR.
Largest Circulation in Dickin-
ALL HOKE PRINT
vol. vm. J RKFLECTOR, Established 1883
GAZETTE. Established 1875 J
Paper of Dickinson County.
public men o: ins time 1.1 every neiu or . WESTERN KANSAS REVIVING. CHRIST'S AUTHORITY.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. honorable contest and p itr.otlc purpos.-- as "
a soldier winning in h.n boyhoo3 the
of a general In the union army, as a pub-
UNSATISFACTORY. Good Crop Induce Many to Seek Foscs
hlon oT Abindonctt Farms.
RECIPROCITY. International Sunday-Scho-
August 9, 1801.
lic oillci il scrvin ; w t.i equ .1 fidelity Topeka, Kan., July SL Receiver Specially Arranged from S. S. Quarterly.
his country In proaim-Mi- t plac-- In s
Lesson Text. John .
McGonigal, of the Oberlin land office, President Issues His
the political field w til like ambition for A Jeremiad From R. G. Dun & Tho Golden Text. All power is given unto Ma In
the nation'. good, he has proved hiinsc.f al- who has just come in from Dodge City, Heaven and In earth. Matt H:rL
ways worthy of the respect and admiration Co. in speaking of the demands for western Central. TniTU. Wc have a Saviour with
of bis countrymen. In his whole public ca- Kansas lands says: all the authority and power needful for onr sal-
reer. In his unselfish scrv.ee. and wit.i hi i "Within the past ten days more con- vation.
generous nature, he lias given freely his HAXY THINGS CAUSE DEPRESSION. TRADE WITH COBA AND PORTO RICO. Tim a Probably at tho Passover season,
time and labor, never thinking of private tests have been filed on claims in west- - March SO to April 5, A. D. 8.
profit or personal emolument. His whole crn Kansas than have been filed before Place. Jerusalem. Tho pool of Bethesdai
life is a proof of his in mllness of purpose
L aa2 and his patriotism a a cltlz-n- . Speaking Too Much Cotton In the South Uncertain-
from what wo know of ills rare abilities and ty of the Corn Crop Poverty or s Kail-road-
in six months. That means that confi-- j
dence in western Kansas lands is being
Articles From the United States to lie Ad-
mitted Free and Articles on TVblch
was cither tho large pool near St Stephen's
gate, cast of Jerusalem, or the fountain ot the
Virgin near the pool of Siloam, south of the
ABSOi wrcia? pum unusual devotion to party and country, we
would express this evidence of what wo
know the republican party owe to him for
his services In so n;any of it co:U"ts and
Soreness of Investors
Dlshcatenincnt In Wool.
renewed by the splendid crops of every
kind of grain and fruit that arc being
raised in our part of the state.
"Ever since 1SS5 we have had poor
Material Kedactlons Have
Intervening HisTonT. Jesus remained two
days at Sychar, then went on to Galilee, and
cured a nobleman's son. Of the next three
especially in tho memorable s.rugglc of lSvJ. crops and during the past two years Washington, Aug. 1. The Spanish months there is no record. Then Jesus went to
We par. from Llm ofil.Ully with sincere re- New York, Aug. 1. R. G. Dun& Co.'s Jerusalem to tho Passover, and healed an impo-
SOCIETY CALENDAR gret, and in doing sa we i to pst in the
I everything looked dark, and hundreds reciprocity agreement and the diplo- tent man at the pool of Bctncsda, which mira-
records of the committee thl of of farmers deserted their claims. They matic correspondence in regard to it cle occasioned the discourse ot today's lesson.
QUAY AND DUDLEY.
FKATEItNAL AID ASSOCIATION. that party's gratitulc an.l personal friend- Business continues dramrinn-- nnd dull. were made public yesterday. The Helps ovkii Haiio Places IT. "Answered
ship la which we know he l so worthy to bo In commercial circles there seems to
' havc bccn Soue somc o them two or
Orescent Council, No 10. F. A. 4-- Meets three ycars aad no"" that this J"ear articles on the free list are: them:" for their complaints that He had cured
the Ural anil third Monday nights of each held. very general and growing confidence ' !
Products or manufacture of tho United a man en the Sabbath. "My Father worketh,"
month In Fellows' hall. M. I. Shearer,
The resignation of Chairman Quay that the business of tho fall will be Proved that wc can raise big crops in etc.: has rested from creation, but is working
president; T. F. Smith, secretary. Their Resignations Handed to tho thls section, the tide of immigration is
States to be admitted Into the Cuba and
for redemption. Jesus was doing the samo
J and Treasurer Dudley were then finally large and profitable and some improve- - Porto Rico free of dnty:
GRAND ABMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Executive Committee. accepted and laid on the table subject ment is seen, but not enough as yet to m our direction again. An absence First Mean la brine, salted or smoked, kind of work. 10. "The Son:" the Messiah,
Abllono Poat No. 63 Meets at the even-.ng-
court of s,x months forfeits a man's right bacon, hams and meats preserved In cans, the Son of God come in the flesh, forming by
louse the second and fourth Monday s to the approval of the full republican justify saniniine views. Trade at the in lard or by extraction of air, JzrkcJ beet the union the dlvino man Christ Jesus. SO.
of each month. All comrades art) d
ADOPTED. national committee at its next meeting. 'south is peculiarly depressed because! I to ,as cIalm and an--r ono may nlc excepted. "Greater works than these:" miracles they
RESOLUTIONS OF ESTEEM
to meet with us. W. L. Allison, P. 0.;
A. S. Davidson, Adjutant. Jc2Cly Mr. Clarkson was elected chairman LUCrC : LOU IUUUU L'ULIUU.
and Mr. parts of the west where crops failed
ilUlU 111 a contest, and if he can Drove desertion.'
take the land' improvements and alL
Third Tallow and other animal grease,
had seen works of saving men, of giving spir-
itual ltfe. as at Pentecost 21. "Ralseth up tho
Woman's Relief CorpB,No.6$ Mectsalternate
of the executive committee dead: both spiritual and physical. "Qulck-cneth-
Ilobart was elected in last year trade has not yet recovered Smce the harvest begun and we found melted or crude, unmanufactured. :"
Clarkson Klected Chairman of the Kcpul-Hca- maknth alive. Si "Judgcthnoman:'"
- rucsdayaf temcons at3 o'clock in the city hall. n
Fourth Fisli and shell fish, live, fresh
Mrs. Alice Seeds, president: Mrs.Mary Natll; Kxecutlvc Committee In Quay's the place of Mr. Clarkson, the chair- from the great depression resulting, . tllat a great crop of wheat had been dried, in brine, smoked, pickled, oysters and .except through the Son. "All judgment unto
secretary. man being authorized to select a treas- and ns long as the corn crop is in doubt Srwn' people have been coming m our salmon in cans. the Son:" who, as partaker of human nature,
Place Clarkson to Select Hud- - would be seen to sympathize with them; as
KNIGHTS OF PYmiAS.
ley's Successor. urer to succeed Mr. Dudlej'. complete recovery is not to be expected, j Part of the state y rail and in wagons Fifth Oats, barley, rye, buckwheat and
dying for them, would be known to love them
Damon Lodge No. 6 Meets every Wednes- In several states legislation hostile to and the best claims. that are open are flour o f these cereals.
day evening, corner second and Broadway. Sixth Starch and other alimentary prod- with an everlasting love; as Divine, would
Visiting: brothers cordially invited, n. 3. capital causes miiM, disturbance. tairen m a nurry ucts of corn, exccpUcorn meal. Judge perfectly, --'i. "The dead shall hear tho
FARM AND "HOME DEBTS. "We are short of facilities for getting
Crawford, C C; A. K. Cooper, K.of R. & S. Washington, July ::o. Chairman Further, the relapse of real estate spec ' Seventh Cotton seed oil and meal cake of voice:" this must refer to the spiritual resur-
our grain threshed. In the first place, said seed for cattle. rection. It had ono fulfillment at Pentecost
A.O.U.W. Quay and Treasurer Dudley, of the na- The Amount Over Two IIHIInn and a ulation m many parts of the west and ' Eighth Hay, straw for forage and bran. "Son of God:" a Divine Saviour, with all wis-
Abilono Lodge, No. 93- - Meets every lurs tional republican committee, resigned Hair. south has brought severe losses and the farmers have no large granaries, dom and power, ever drawing upward. 87.
day evening in Odd Follows hall. John Washington, July 30. The count of embarrassment to many. and, in the second place, there are not Ninth Fruits, fresh, dried and preserved,
Hermann, M. W.; Rinbard Waring, record- their offices at the meeting1 of the ex- except raisins "Son of man:" so as to sympathize with man.
er. ecutive committee yesterday and their the farm and homo transcripts made in At the cast monetary concerns have
half enough threshing machines in the Tenth Vegetables and garden products, be known by man, die as man to make atone-
resignations were accepted. accordance with the mortgage collec- a powerful influence. Crop failure in
country. Until this year very little fresh and dried. ment 28. "Hour is coming:" this refers to tho
I. O. O. F. grain has been sacked. We used to Eleventh Ilosln or pine tar, pitch and physically dead. 2X "Damnation:"" condemna-
Western Homo Lodge. 1. O. O. 1., No. 60 The members of the executive com- tion clause of the census act has been Russia will only help this country in ' !
tion, as In v. SI.
Meets overy Tuesday evening in Odd Fellows' mittee had been informed of Senator completed by the census office. The the end. thresh from the field, but this year the turpentine.
hall. Officers: Noble Grand. L. Lipps, Quay's intended resignation, and there There is growing doubt ' Twelfth Woods ot all kinds, In trunks or LKSSON COMMENTS.
figures arc subject to slight modifica- whether the movement of crops here i rains have? boon hoavv and noarlv all of logs, joists, rafters, planks, beams, boards, When I come to write a lesson. I al-
Secrotary. F. V. Close. Visiting brethren our wheat has been stacked. I have
.sordlally welcome. was no surprise manifested when Sec- tion. will not cause a temporary drain on the round or cyllndrle. masts all through cut, ways think that I have a class of boys in
MASONIC. retary Fassctt, soon after the session There were returned by tha enumer- eastern money market, but if the grain ! beard a number of farmers say that if planod and tongucd and grooved, Including front of me, and I say to myself: "How
Abilene Commandery N0.S5, K. T. Meets In opened, read the following communi-
Masonic ball on the first and third Thursday ol
ators 2, 49Il!i:;0 farms and homes occu- can be sold the gold will come. Ono ' "" coum ' "al1 l"u,r trul' "rcuCU Thirteenth Woods for cooperase, includ-In- s can I so teach this lesson that these
each month. W. G.t'owles.E. C. S. S. Smith, cation: pied by owners which are incumbered large financial institution has bought ! tbis fal1 tbey would hold the rest in the staves, headings and wooden hoops. boys may get some good from it?" The
Recorder. 125 Hon. Sloat Fasjett, Secretary National b3 inorlgages. This number includes English consols to a considerable j stack untxl ncxt sPring--
Fourteenth Wooden boxes, mounted or lesson y is a hard one, for it has no
Committee: some farms and homes about which the amount, and a leading trust company is unmounted, except of cedar.
Cyrus Chapter, No. 25, R. A. M. Meets in Ma- Washington. Julv 23 Djar Sir: Tills Is to PROMOTION ON MERIT. Fifteenth Wood', ordinary, manufactured narrative in it, and the themes to which
sonic hall on the secona and fourth Fridays of apprise you that I have forwarded enumerators made no report and about said to havc 54,000,000 of it Though ' into doors, frames, windows and shutters, it refers are not such ns naturally in-
jach month. O. L. Moore. II. P. J. L. Worlcy y
Wannmakrr Talks Kncournglngly to n
Secretary. to Hon. William II. Andrews. charman of which belong partly to the class of no gold has been exported the outgo without paint or varnl-ih- and wooden terest boys. All the more need then
the republican state committee of Pennsyl- hired and partly to the class of owned of currency to the west and south is Hatch of Aspirants.
houses unmounted, without pjint or var-nU- for careful preparation, so that some-
vania, my resignation as the member of the
republican national committee from that
free as well as partly to the class of felt here and at Boston. Money is ' Washington, July 31. The first com thing may be said that shall help them.
DIKWCTORY, state. Yours truly, M. a Quxr. owned and incumbered. Until this un- close at Bufalo and Cleveland, in active pctitivo examination for promotion in roads and agriculture. and e .rt" for ordinary As I rand these verses, I recognize that
known quantity, due to the failure of demand at Chicago, Cincinnati and De- - the post office department under the
The Reflector cheerfully recommends
the following business firmr o the con-
fidence and uatro.iage of the public
. The chairman then read the follow-
Tho Executive Committee of the Ittpublican
National committee. My Friends and As-
the enumerators, is eliminated it may troit, firmer at
be regarded as approximately true that Sh TinU. in rrnn,1 sirnnlv for W5rimnf r'.o
S per cent at
tn.iln. - '"""'V5 ..'A..A . ..... . ..1. .am ..... - according to the eI:i4itIcution lived in the portant things, namely: physical life
2,2o0,000 families of the PJ.oOO.OOO fam- business at Mdwaukce, close at Omaha, didatcs at salaries from S720 to
order took place Seventeenth Petroleum icliln: unrcllucd, the Master is speaking of two very im-
Sew Ing in
900 existing orders for the liupoit.rion of tills and spiritual life. These are the pivots
vtn on which, then, my teaching must turn.
sociates: ilies of the United Slates occupy and ...io... o,i a !.uvu, ujjui, uv ....,.- - t who took the examination toaS.,000 article in said Islands
....... :T,f t..i7 clerkship, Nineteenth Coal, mln ral. When we arc sick, what is it that we
STAKBATJGH, ETJED & DEWE7, Washixrton, July 29. Inasmuch as you own incumbered homes, and that sonville, but oasicr at Savannah, and in there being one vacancy
are about to reorganize the executive com- The following artichs arc to bj admitted most dread? Death. Yes; and the rea-
families occup3' farms and homes fair supply at New Orleans. that office. on payment of duties stated: Corn. 23 per son that in case of severe sickness we
ATTORNEYS AT LAW mittee for Immediate preparatory work,
pending the approaching presidential elec- that arc cither hired or owned free. The greater
The great industries show no impor- - , were women. portion of the candidates cent, per 100 kilogrammes; wheat from Jan-23 call the doctor, is that wc may escape
per 101 kilogrammes; corn meal,
ABILENE KANSAS. tion of 1S92, and as my business engage- The proportion of hired and owned tant change for the week, though it t The postmaster-genera- l cents
uary 1. 1S32. 31 cents per 10) kilogrammes, from death. The fact is that all men
ATTOIUFEY AT LAW.
12. c t,rrTiE, ments will demand all my time and atten-
tion during the coming year. lam compelled
to sever the pleasant relations which have
existed and still exist between us.
free homes and farms- will be known must be said that disheartenment in ' was present at the examination and and wheat flour, si pc-- luo kilogrammes everywhere have done all that lies in
when the population division completes the woolen goods trade seems to in- made a brief address, in which bespoke butter and cheese, refined petroleum and
the count of the returns pertaining to crease and it is admitted that sales are encouragingly of the prospects opened boots and duty arcper be admitted at a re death. All doctors, hospitals, medi
their power to nullify the power of
I therefore tender my resignation of tho them. not equal to last year's, though the up to the employes of the depart- duction of of 23 centum.
1ST Office unstairs, Abilene Bank From and attcr July 1, 19J.', as a dellnltiva cines, health resorts bear witness to
The preliminary results indicate that trade was dragging them. Much of ment He gave new departure of by the
oftice of treasurer of your committee and of to-
uilding. assurance that hereafter arrangement, the following articles will be the anxiety to escape from death. The
the republican national commit'ec. day.
the average debt for a farm in Iowa is the trouble is attributed to excessive admitted into Cuba and Porto ltico free of
yours. W. W. Dudlkt.
81.2S3; homes, 719; average for farm credits in the clothing trade. In boots advancement in tho department duty; Mai bio, Jasper, alabaster and other recent excitement over the "Koch"
S. STEELSMITH, M. D., Of the thirteen members of the ex-
and home, 51,140. If these averages .i ..!... i : :.. ",, : i would depend solely upon tho results tones, Including cement, mineral waters.lceJ remedy for consumption arose from tho
ecutive committee there were present
hold good for the union the incum- ment and Boston shipments since July ' of these examinations and their office coa1, pitch, tar, turpentine, raw petroleum, fact that there were many thousands of
ist and. Oculist. at the Arlington hotel but seven Chair- bricksand tilcs;goldandsilrcrcoin,plglron, sufferers all over the world, who
man M. S. Quay, of Pennsylvania; brance on the farms and homes of the 2 have largely exceeded those of the records. Hitherto, he said, a person iron plpes,b3ams, rafters.wrought Iron, steel hoped by means of his remedies
United States occupied by the owners, same weeks last year. who obtained a place in the department and bars and r.iils of all kinds, wrought nails,
Practice limited to Surgery, Surgical J. S. Clarkson, of Iowa; steel wiro nails, screws, nuts and pipes; raw to be healed of that disease which
Copper is still depressed by the apathy landed at the foot of the staircase and cotton,cottonsced,oll and meal cakes, tallow', was slowly, doing them to death.
"Women and Dis- Secretary J. S. Fassctt, of New York; is about 2,500,000,000. The success oi
diseases-Diseas- es ox
this investigation, Superintendent Por- of home consumption and there is very stayed there until strong backing and
eases of the Eve. Treasurer W. W. Dudley, of Indiana; books and pamphlets, wood of all kinds, So absorbingly anxious were all these
agp-ca- g ABILENE KAS Samuel Fessenden, of Connecticut; Gar- ter says, has been far beyond the an- little trade in lead, while speculation "powerful influence" pushed him or manures; agricultural implements and ma- sufferers to be benefited in this way,
ticipations of the most experienced sta- has lifted and again depressed the price her upward. He assured his hearers chinery, materials and articles for puVlic
F. J. BOUTIN, M. D., rett A. Hobert, of New Jersey, and J. tisticians and the result will be of im- of tin. Philadelphia describes the iron that it should no more prevail. works such as rallroads.tramways and roads that wc are told that for months ahead
M. Hayncs, of Maine. salted and canned meats, Jerked beef ex- all the sleeping cars that ran from the'
Some discussion occurred as to the mense interest and value to the nation. market as frightfully dull and sales to Charged Hj- - Dragoons.
cepted; butter, lard and eiiccse; flsh of all, Riviera, where many of these persons
KomeopsbihU Plpei&i. 2 kpi, time and place of meeting of the full
National republican committee, and it
The first volume relating to recorded realize arc made at pric3S considerably Toulon, July 3L The horse car kin Is and canned oysters and salmon; oats, were trying to be healed, to Berlin,
indebtedness will probably go to press below quotations. Structural mills are , driver strikers yesterday demolished barley rye and buckwheat and Hour of those were engaged. Yes, all mankind is(
(Successor to Dr. VanScoyoc, with same was finally decided to intrust the se this year. well supplied for the present and bar ! the kiosks on the principal thorough- - grains; starch, m.i zona except other anxious to escape from that dread and
oftlce and residence, cor. 1th and Spruce Sts.
Abilene, Kansas.) lection of the place of meeting and the Incomplete returns from western iron is steady, though the poverty of fares and tried to destroy the tracks of meal; fruit, except 10m. vegetable", corn enemy, death. iVe sometimes hear that
JWEspecial attontion to obstetrics, fbo exact date to Chairman Quay and Sec- states indicate that farms and homes railroads makes the demand small. the horse car roads. Later they gath- - strjw bran ; tree9, plants, shrubs and garden dying is "paying the debt of nature,"
treatment ot children and diseases ot retary Fassctt for determination, with are mortgaged for about d the Business at Boston has further im-
one-thir- - cred large quantities of wreckage into seed iii'1 tan hark ; c rn and corn meal is to but
that is not true. Death is the debt,
women. All calls attended promptly.
the proviso that the meeting should value put upon them by the owners. ' proved Hides are dull and domestic heaps and set fire to them, making pay a duty of 2 cents perlTU kilogrammes; not of nature, but of sin. For, as wo
wheat 30 cents and wheat flour Jl per 100
lower at the west Philadelphia notes huge bonfires and shouted in triumpli. Kilogrammes; ears and other vehicles for shall soon sec, if there were no sin,
tako place some day in November. If
the custom of allowing
PENNSYLVANIA BENDERS. more frequent orders for wool and Finally the situation became so alarm- - railroad or tramways, per ad there would have been no death.
DR. 0. J. RAUB, six months' notice of the meeting of Abduction or a Wealthy Citizen of woolens and'improvement in the tobac--
that the municipal authorities called valorem. Yes, in spite of all these fierce ef-
The products of the ot the
Cor, Thir 1 and Broadway, over
Bishop's store, Abilene, Has.
the nominating convention is to be ob-
served, this action is an indication that
the next national republican conven-
tion will be held not later than May.
Pa. Discovered Half Famished in co trade and, wmie money is freely upon the general in command of the United States arc to bemanufacturers deduc- forts to escape from death, no one will
u Itobhcr's Den. loaned on call time, loans are almost military to send troops. A strong force tion of duty of 31 per cent. UIasatand crys- succeed. For awhile wo may stay its
Jeanxktte, Pa., July 30. Joel impossible to make. At Hartford and of dragoons quickly cleared the streets. tal ware, plat and window gla$s, clay in progress, but in the end death always
Moore, a wealthy citizen, who mysteri- Buffalo trade is quiet, but the demand During the charge many people were tiles, colored tile, glazed roof tiles, glazed wins the victory, and we must succumb.
Is fully prepared for work in his line. All After electing W. J. Campbell, of Illi- ously disappeared recently, was found for lumber improves. At Pittsburgh injured and a number of arrests made. tiles and pipe, stoneware, line earthenware New York is a great city, and London a
work guaranteed. last nig-h- in an old cave half famished .business is unchanged and rather slow;
t and porcelain; Iron and steel axle trees
nois, a member of the committee, in The Chilian Cruiser. springs and wheels for carriages, rivets and larger, but there are larger cities than
place of George R. Davis, of the same and almost dead from exposure. lie at Cleveland fairly good for tho season, Lisbon, July-3- 1. The Chilian con- w..slit-rs- needles, pens, table and carv- either of these, for outside of then both
had been taken to the cave by Joseph and at Cincinnati somewhat more act- gressional party, through representa- ing knives, razors, penknives, scissors, tin lie the cities of the dead, and they grow
THOMAS KIRBY, state, the committee took a recess for
two hours. and Madison Johnstown, two desperate ive. Chicago reports receipts of wheat tives here, havc appealed to the Portu- plates and sheets, or manufactured; copper, steadily. Millions, and thousands of,
ABILENE, KANSAS. When the committee reassembled all characters, and robbed. seven times greater than last year, of guese government not to permit her bronze, brass and nickel in lumpoforwood or millions lie there, and the processions i
factured; furniture of all kinds
approaches to the room were closed and The cave was unknown to the citi- rye, cured meats lard and wool double cnliinnfc in cmlmrlf rtn f Tin Tinlmnpirl'in metal: brushes, vegetable hair, broom corn, to them never cease. And will it ever
T run suets a no communication could be had with zens, who are wrought up to an extra- the last vcar; of dressed beef a third j vessc jC Presidcnte Eirrazurez, which willow, straw and other similar articles; be so? No. For the lesson tells us that
and crackers, sausages,
GENERAL BAMING BUSINESS those inside. The first business of the ordinary pitch of excitement. larger with some increase in cheese haa a recent orier of the courts been rice flour, breadmustard sauces, pickles. the time is coming when all that are
evening was the presentation of Chair- During the past six months four or and butter. Dry goods sales are slight i turned over to the Balmaccdan govern stuffed meats, rubber and gutta pcrcha
and jellies, graves shall come forth.. Christ,
man Quay's resignation. Upon motion five people of Jeannette have mysteri- ly larger and good orders are seen for ment It is stated that England has Jams manufactures thereof and rloc. and has power over death, and at tho end'
Gives special attention to Collec- of Mr. Clarkson the following resolu- ously disappeared and nothing has clothing and shoes, At Omaha trade is threatened, in the event of permission The following articles are to be admitted at will show this power, and then not one
tions, buys and sells Foreign tion was adopted: since been heard of them. A searching fair and at Milwaukee satisfactory and to see that Englishmen who are sup- a reduction of 23 cents per centum refined of those who havc been laid away will '
and Domestic Exchange. Bcsoived, Ihat we accept, against our party has been formed and, accompa- increasing activity is noted at St Paul. posed to be on board the Chilian cruiser petroleumor twisted, and benzine; manufactured cot-
cotton goods of all remain in the grave. This Is one of the
judgment, and witli much doubt as to the nied by officers, the cave will be thor- Throughout the northwest the prospect being refused, that the English charge kinds woven or knitand tho same mixed precious truths that we find tho Master '
Negotiates Mortgage Loans w sdom and xpedlcncy of it for the party's
interest, the action of Senator Quay on his
oughly searched. of crops is exceedingly good. The dis- d'affairs will have them forcibly re- with other vegetable or animal greater and ot proclaiming in this lesson. Not always
The Johnstown brothers were arrest- tribution of goods is on a large scale at leased by a British war vessel. which cotton Is an equal or com- triumph! The great cities
All business promptly attended to.
resignation ns chairman and member of tho
ed. They were powerfully built and St Louis and at southern points busi- ponent part, and clothing exclusively of will death
national committee. In submitting to it.
with so much re'uetance and regret, wo de- tried to make a fight when arrested, ness is duller, though curiously im- Terrible Death From Hydrophobia. cotton, rope, cordage and twine; colors. of the dead shall one day be brokpn up,
sire to express our knowledge of the facts of but were cowed by superior numbers proved at other points. Wichita, Kan., July 31. Robert and of all kinds, shoeand blacking and life take theof the of death. not all
varnishes; soap per- But the death body is
TJL-KI-- his service to the part, our and weapons of the officers. Tankersly, 12jears old, died yesterday fumery, medicines nnd drugs; paper for
deep obligation undtr wh'ch he lias placed afternoon from hydrophobia. For sev- printing, for decorating rooms of wood, or these verses. Ho also speaks of tho. that the blessed Master speaks of in
the republican party and cause of good gov- HARASSED HEBREWS.
eral hours he was in convulsions and it straw for wrapping, or packing; leather and doath of the soul. Men are spiritual-
MuriFaiglE. ernment and patriotism In tho Unit- d States.
He undertook the leadership of a doubtful
cause In p time when the republican party.
wa dihear:onod and the democratic party
- Intruder Muddle.
Puhcell, I. T., July 30. Indian Agent The Kcport That the Czar Had Listened to was as much as four men could do to skins, dressed, varnished or Japanned of all
Lee Bennett has addressed a letter to' Kcason and Your Uncle .Samuel Proves hold him on his bed He was bitten a kinds, and hocs, trunks, leather and other ly
Gov. 15yrd, of this nation, asking that Unfounded. boots
months ago about the face similar articles In whole or In part of leather,
or belting, dead. For example, when
wrp see a man given over to sloth, so
contident In power of supreme control In the London, Aug. 1. A private letter couple of
he define the status of the Chickasaw from Moscow asserts that things are and neck, but the wound soon healed harness and saddlery of all kinds; watches that he makes no effort in aqy way to
government and the nation and when the better himself, we say that man is dead
odds of tire contest were ajainst our party, frecdracn. so that he mayadvise with worse than ever in Russia and the Four days ago hydrophobic symptoms and clocks and carriages.
ST. LOUIS AND THE EAST. and by his matchless power, his unequalcd the department in regard to their re- Times calls attention to the fait that J. 1 .1
..! .1 It is understood! the president states to ambition. He is so little swayed by
skill in resources, his genius lo com- moval when operations begin again. M. Crawford, the United States ing he had his first convulsion, but they in his proclamation, that flour which, it, .that he to do anything to poweSi in f. feels no motive
mand victory wo:i for It's party an un- Much apprehension Is felt by tho citi- did not last long. Yesterday morning on its exportation from the United cliningSo when a boy insists on telling
him help Jiim-scl-
precedented victory In tha face of expected at St Petersburg, cannot con-
zens as to what the governor's answer duct diplomatic relations with the czar he was attacked again, this time fatally. States, has been favored with draw-
defeat. We know, as no ono else can know,
3 DAILY TRAINS 3 that the contest which he waged was ono ot will be. The statements sent out from Hon. Charles Emery Smith, the Novelty in Xcw York.
backs, shall not share in the foregoing that which is untrue, and cannot be
of duties. The provisional taught to speak the truth, we say he is
as much honor and fair methods as it was of Ardmorc and Gainesville last week to and minister, has left the city New Yonic, July 31. Adjutant Wil- reduction
invincible power and triumphant victory,
the power of the effect that George E. ISutler, a United States arrangement set forth in the transitory dead to the truth. In the samo way a
liam Wallace Winchell and Adjutant schedule, the proclamation states, shall man may be dead to shame, or dead, to
and that it w is won largcly-b- on leave of absence.
his superior generalship and his unfailing banker of this place, had been arrested Washington, Aug 1. Acting Secre- Ida May, of the Salvation army, were
Kansas City & St. Louis, Mo. strength as a political leader. In tho grc.it for issuing bogus permits is entirely tary Wharton asserts positively that the married last night by Mrs. Ballington come to an end on Jnly 1, 1892, and on gratitude, or to friendship. By this, wo
Equipped with Pullman Palace Sieoper
contest of 1S89, in the month of severe efforts, erroneous. Mr. Butler is an influential department of state is without any in- Booth, wife of the commander general that date to be substituted by the proola--. meanof that hothings. no They exist, of defini- has appreciation
and during years of close personal associa- citizen of this nation and president of formation respecting the alleged sus- of the army in America, who acted in tive arrangement outlined in the any these but
and Buffet Can. tion with him learned to know the Well in tho same way a
the Bank of Commerce at this place pension of the Russian edict against the absence of her husband. The wed- mation. in not for him.dead to spiritual things, so
And Elegant Coaches.
nobility of 'the man, and we desire In this
conspicuous manner to place on public
record for the present and for the future as
an enduring answer for the partisan assaults
of a defeated enemy ourtrstimbny in appre-
and has never issued a bogus permit
The Cracker Trust.
the Jews at the instance of this govern- ding is a notable one from the fact that
ment Nothing has been heard from it is the, first time that the marriage
Omaha, Neb., Jnly 30. It is an- Dr. Crawford, the United States ceremony has been
consul-gener- al performed by a
Concord, N. H., Aug. L
man may be
tljat while they exist he has nothing
in an editorial to the Moni- "Bible with them. In this condition the
declares that the vast majority of
ciation of bis puM'c service and his personal at St Petersburg, for a long woman. wedding tour.will go to Illinois squadron of evolution asserts that
The couple tor, speaking of the ships of the
THE M03T DIRECT LINE TO nounced here in a telegram that the maiiiiiuu v iuc ljuiucu iuio lu-uis-
Following this came the report of the New York Biscuit Co. had sold and time past, which is convincing proof to on their Whitney did his best has no.attraction for them, and they
'TEXAS AND THE SOUTH leased its factories in Omaha, Denver, the department that no action of such Success ."With Kochine.
act on" principles diametrically opposite
committee on auditing in the following
terms: Cedar Rapids and Des Moines to tho Importance as the suspension of the Berlin, July 3L Dr. Thamm, of ing and killing and succeeded "Itruin- to. that which it lays down. That
National Cracker "Co., composed of edict has been ordered. DusseldoriT, has issued a report which wnich tbey sec, and hear, and taste,
Your committee appointed to audit tho ac-
has caused much pleasure among the be added with truthfulness," continues and todeb, and handle, that is .real to
2DAILYaINS2 counts of W. W. Dudley, treasurer of the
national lomin.ttce, would report that on a
thorough inspection of the books and ac-
stockholders of the American Biscuit
Co. Simultaneous with this came a
Mayor Grant on Kxcie Laws.
New Yoke, Aug. 1. Mayor Grant in believers in Prof. Koch's system of
in- the editorial, "that the man who did'j
the most to help Whitney to damn the tbeia, while the unseen and .the
telegram ordering the local managers an interview reviews the existing ex- oculation as a cure for tuberculosis. ships and kill 'John Roach was Commo- spiritual is fan off and misty. Rev. A.
To principal points In the count are e:ibie.l to state that all moneys to advance prices to the old standard. cise law. He says it discriminates be- He says that he has managed to bring dore John Walsh, now in command of P. Schauffler, D. D.
received by the treasurer are actually .and
'lone star state. fully accrnmt'-- for and sustained in every
particular b voucher and proper receipts.
We arc enabled Irjm the examination toi ap-
It is stated that in the future the Amer- tween citizens and therefore it is cases a complete cure inwhich centhas those very ships."
ican company will control tne trade wrong. If it is right for the hotels on
west, of Chicago and the New York Broadway and Fifth avenue to sell treated and that satisfactory results
CadeU to Kcort the President. '
iJ.. Let' us go to Jesus for" light and
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE
prove of the treasuret's accounts, to; ex-
press to the committee our sense of its Srcat:
obligation to the treasurer for his faithful
company cast of there. liquor on Sunday he says it is right for have appeared in 40 per cent of the fronjiWashington are expected trreacb;: . " , The uospel is provcu ," inemar- -
the hotels on First avenue and along cases he has treated by the same fya
. Nbwbckg, N. Y., Aug. L Orders P . -
opes lor men.
A Ilaseless Fear. tv,efcfPtuat;in, p. ew.aays lor.-ui- corps vclions things it
and efficient service to it in this capacity. '" Tenth avenue to da the same. A., law tem.
Iaxd'on, July 30, In the house of should be passed which can be. en- 3. The great need of men iinewlife,
Memphis, Mobile, New Orleans and principal . J. S Claeksok, I
Fearful Storm. ":tr of eadcrts.at the- military .rJcademx to new hearts.
i - .
elites in xennpfsco, aiisaissipi, Aid' Mr. Ilenry Bruce asked ceremonies attending
G. A Hon.urr, commons y Buffalo, N. Y., Jnly 31. At Ishua; $artifl.Bte .n. the jj- -
oama ana noumana, otter- FSKNDBX, forced. It would require a police force .. i 4. Without this no tone can en tontjfeHTs
ing the choice of SA11UEL .
if the government intends to take len times the size of the present one in. Wednesday night a cloudburst and Uio approacnrogi ueaicapon ox imncw kingdom.'.. '
Col. Dudley's resignation iad
stringent measures to prevent tho im- New York City to enforce the law in rainstorm swept this city. The railway battle monument at Bennington," V
migration of indigent foreigners. Sir arc to act as an escort for neaven
t -- rW
5. Jesus is the true, .teacher; about
been received the committee adopted tracks are submerged.' Yesterday The cadets because He lias been there, and,
TO NEW ORLEANS. the following resolution: Michael Hicks-Beac- president of the Fogue here.
morning while the passenger train was the president about it.
For T'ckets, Sleeping Car Berths and fur Dudley's own wishwhile we arc left by Gen.
Bcsoived, That board of trade, denied that there was I. F. Larkin, an old and well known en route to this city the engine sudden- The Sac and Fox Indians in council asC. Jesus has God, knows, all us eternal the Son of
come to bring
no other course than
ther information apply to the nearest Tick. consent to his retirement from the commit-to any necessity for special measures as postal clerk on the Kansas City & ly keeled to one side by the spreading
tne total number of aliens arriving in Joplin division, has been arrested at of the track and the fireman was at their agency insetting aside $13,000 of life. We the Indian territory
Agent, or J. H. LTON, W. P. A 813 Main St. can obtain it by believing on,
ansas City. Mo. tee, we feci that his action deprives the England for the month of June, 1891, Joplin, Ma, charged with opening reg-ster- cd voted in favor of 7.
from the cab and fatally
TV. H. NEWMAN, Gen. Traflio Manager.
committee and the party of tho Invaluable
and loyal service of oao who has proved was 200 under the number which ar- letters and removing money thrown their land sale money for a school Him with all onr heart.
G. P. Agent, St. Lords, Mo. rived in June, zoS41 therefrom. bouse.
hlmscjt one of tho ablest and most faithful
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