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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, October 17, 1896
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Dunlap's Celebrated STIFF, SOFT AND SILK. Fall and Winter Styles. DEWENTER YOU DON'T WANT A SUIT Unless it fits, neither do you want to pay double its value, lf|l make your clotjies, I make them fit, but I don't charge fancy prices Suits to order from $20.00 up, HARRY 0 TUCKER The Pearl Street Tailor. THE F1RS1 BANK OS 1 - LOGANSPOrVT. . .INDIANA. CAPITAL #250,000. A. J. Murdock. Pre.. W. W. Ho», C«h. J. T. Brookmeyw, A»it. Ca»h. BISECTORS: W. H. Brlnghorst, .. rWnp in al> Its Department. promptly ie» and BtocHhoWer. maintained. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, OCTOBER IT, 1SOG. Keystone grocery, Fresh fish at Foley's. Fresh ogffs.—Rother-mel. School shoes.—Ellas "Winter. Fancy pork sausage at Kouth's. Dressed chickens.—Rotherinel. Silver thread saucr fcrawt.—Key- stone. Frank Smith is sick with typhoid fever. Spare ribs, back-bone and tenderloin at Rwith's. We keep the beat school shoos In the city.—E. W. W.'ilden. .Our 'bulk oysters .TTC the finest to be liad.—Keystone grocery. The Royal mills -nit Roynil Center will close Monday for repairs. A new and full Hoc of Corduroys just received at the Golden Rule, OW papers for «aie at the Journal office. 20 cent* a hundred. ; Dress-goods, silks, underwear and •hose at-bnrgaJn's.-Trade -Palace. Tills- Is the season for wild duck bunting in the Konfcakee marshes. pot Information concerning annual gas rates, see card of Loganaport & Wabash Valley GM Co. on third pajfe. Sugar cured hams OVic lb. You will pay 12K* elsewhere.—McCaffrey & Co. Key-stone Moclia nnd Jftva Is the test. Received freshi roasted every Friday.—Keystone grocery. '.The plans are be'lnpr prepared by Architect Rhodes for a cottape to be .erected at Lake Maxinkitckee by Hon. S. P. Shceriji. iTuesday and Wednesday the people will meet at the Cltae cemetery near Royal Center, for the purpose of clearing off the plat The Argument tn the ease of Louise G. Jtawriek against S. B. Tatterson nt Peru, for an alleged violation of contract, was taken up Thraisdny. It is possible that the High School Athletic association will open to_mem- bcrs outside the Hlfjh school, «is the young mien of -tlie school do not take the Interest it) -the life of the clnlb that was expected. Awarded Highest Honors— World's Fair. •DR; POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A'pore Grape Cream of Tartar. Powder. Free I ftom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 Yeats the Standard, WHAT A BIl-LrON MEANS. It WoulU T»Ue JSe»rlj Ten Thjoui»nd Venrs t:> Count It. '"The following: remarkable calculation on the length of time which it would take a person to count 1,000,000,000 recently appeared in nn issue of an English periodical: 'What' is a billion? The reply is very simple. In England a billion is a million times a million. (1,000,000,000,000). This is--quickly written and quicker still ••• pronounced. But no nian is nble to count iti You will count 100 or 170 a minute. But let us suppose that you po tip as high as. 200 a minute, hour.after hour. At ;that rate you would count 12,000. an hour; 2SS.OOO a clay, or 105,120,000 in a year. Let us suppose now that Adam, at the beginning of his ex- Jstencc.hJid begun to count, aud had continued to do so and was counting 1 still. Had such a thing- been possible, he would -not yet have finished the'task of counting 1 a billion! To count a billion would require a-person, to count £00 a minute for a period of 9,512 years, 542 days, 5 hours nud 20 minutes, providing he should counVoontiniiously. But suppose we allow the counter 12 hours daily for rest, en'tinfrand sleeping. Then he would need 18,025 years, 319-days, 10 hours nnd 45 minutes in which to complete the task! -. • Conltscatlon of Property. \ farmer who had his.erop of wheat ntoi-ed Un the granary or a manufacturer who had liia-warehouse filled with tho products of his factory would think it (in 'outrage if the government should Insist upon confiscating one-half of his wheat or- his goods. What better is it by the adoption of free silver coinage to confiscate one-half of the wage o£ the laborer or one-half of his accumulated saving's, or one-half of the dower, of the widow, or one-half of the pension of the soldier?— Philadelphia Record. No P»T. No 1'hyslc. The doctors of ,Dawuon, Ga., will, after January 1 next, give no. more physic, except in cases of charity,"to parties who have availed themselves of their medical skill arid made no effort to pay them. Cocur U'AJeii*. A recent estimate- plrw.es the output of the mires .in the Coeur 'd Alene country, in northern Id.iho. for the .current yea* n.t S8.000.oon. . . POLE RAISING TODAY. J. A. Humes's Jefferson Township Home Scene of Demonstration. . , This afternoon «t the home of .T. A. Hmnes in Jefferson, township, a Mc- Kimloy .Sound. Money po'.e will ; bo raised with due ceremony ••ind all the. usual musiiciiOi ami oratorkail accom-pa:u-l r . monte. Tho principal address will be. made by Goorse Gam'bl«, and'Ei'ed- crdek I-atidis will also tank. It will'bc .an occasion full- of enjoyment..' A good crowd is expected. IRISH TONIGHT.. The Witty CalJfornian to Apeak fonSound Honey. Hon. .Total T. Irish, the eloquent and cirtertniniup orator will spwiK; f<>r the Sound Aloney Democrats at the rink tanigbf. Mr. IrJsli l«s -a oa-Uowil repu : . tivtlou n» n'd orator and his reputffitton wiil no doubt draw aa Immense crowd. Received of the Odd Fellow* Mutual Aid and Accident-association, .of Plqiw, Ohio, .$40.00 wceltly benelU ludetnnity Insiuviiice.—.Tolun H.art, Ajioka,-I"iI. s. E. M. Howard went;to Lafayelta yestenlny moinins to visit hei (laugh ter. . - S. P. SHEERIN Declares Against the Bryan Fallacy. CANNOT SUPPORT IT It is Not Democracy and Not Honesty. No Democrat Can Vote for a Populist, Consistently. Hon. Slruou.F, Shem-Ui, ex-secrelary of the Natfomul Democratic Natl'onal com'tu'ltitec a-nd H.M twenty years an motive uncruber of the Indiana Executive comimttrtee, has .squarely bolted the Bvjrrai and 'Sowail ticket, Mr. iShew-in ffiiive to tho Press Associations yesterday, tin; following shitemonit:-. . "I regard lihe. <w't.iou of the Indiana Democratic SUite -connniitt-ee in n^h'- l;ng live of the duly 11 o-mlimited Deihio- eratic ehX'iors, and supply In jr 'their places with liv-e Populists tiUu'-u -from the Populistk; elretoraJ tielceit, ns the mo<st ijifiiiii-ou-si poM-tlcnl proeeetllngevei 1 attomptol or consummated -in.- this Slu\te. It is i:ii violatton of every principle of Democratic faith, and ooii'traiy to every rule of Diiinocratl-c-pnictlcv. It is A\-lioly wlliliout preceilen-t, and absolutely without authority. Tf <t «uulida,te lipoii -a. Demot-mtk- Stall e ticket ilwires •l.o ivliMraw, -he uannestionjiWy has ;\, ri«lit to do so, -.lind, It n,t omoe baeo'iues the duty of the Stale Committee to fill the vacancy. 'But, the vacancy must •be filled by a Democrat. I-C the Stole co-ni|uutitee. Iwul a right -to put omi a Pojmllsitj -it -Iflul a i-islifc to .put on a. Prohibi'tionfe-t or an A. P. A., or any Oliver Ulan holding view* in direct op- to De-niocratlb pfltitiiples and As a matter of fact, tlie' fl.ns-t duty of n eoiran-iittee li : as always been : to aseortalu that tho appliaiflts were coiiBi-stonit a.nd active Democrats. None obher -wei-e ever considered, even IVki-a moment.. T.h-a-tthis extraxn-diuary un-wa!rra,n't'c 1 d, and ixarty destroying •action-, of the Imlrano. State committee, rnion. -by <'he direction- ami with tljo -nictive' c-oopora'tlwv of the Democratic .NiLttoivil comiuiil'dee,' gives double oin- pJin«is to tire-necessity -for its pro; up t iropiulDiitlou: iwul punlslnnont, by every honest'Democrat in" :the State. Sj>ciik- itip fm- liiyself. I shall- not ; vote tlie Eryain'Sc'-waH-^'initson electoral ticket.' I owe "much to the Democratic porlj' of IiMlllmmi, ami! having reached tho abov.o' cffU'clasVom. it is proper that I frankly .state why I sfliall not do so. lam' a' Democrat and Jntend to remain, a Democrat. I am not a Populist and do not intend to iMaconw; -a Populist. Tlie vitai prirwlples of the two parlies are d-Ui- niedrlcsUly opposed. Tlierc can be 110 coftlition. or fiistoa- between tih'em upcm' principles: Tho mJss-lon, of tlie Democratic pairty 'is the mtitatena.nce'.'iina oarryiiiK iforwcrd of certain Well de- (lued Ideas cvf governiment. -The.filli.ng of public office is an incide.ii.tal duty' ill the life of ii tevily N-uitlonal party, bttt nwer tlhe purpose of «ts existence. The -party, nevertheless, Is chargeable with •tfJio pi-oper am<l paitrlotlc discharge bf such official obll'gaitions as iipon its request, after'full, fair, ami manlyde- cl-araitiones 1 of .its principles! aindi .pur-; '.poses, the majorlty>pf its voters'may' Unpose uiwn. Jh From the .true Deino- c-ratie standpoint, pwbuc office 'is always a public trust, (never, a, subject of inubfc or private ibarter. By' tills un- •auitHor,ize<l fusion', whl-eh has just been- pwi>etrM«V. *J*° Democratic party of Indiana lias -been dragged 'from, the' •Ji'Lirll and honorable -padesta.l, whlcH it lins occupied as a'reward for -fidelity to .principle, and-«s the conisen-atdr of 1Qie -people's ri-ghfa, and lias been'trailed tbroiigihi the 'filth wnd' mitre of lihc political market plaee, with- a price upon its •influence- a.nd JIM ihouor. Tlie wholq' thing '!* dfesusttaffly" tomornl. ;ind shoiikl'-bc set aside by no-' outraged people, for the vory'.'frfWKl of it. -But, let u* iitKler-staiul .Wiprotighly the situation' i.t:i>tooe« us 40, so that cvciry Dembcmt hi flhe Staite jnay Know cxac.a.v wlmt re- xpo-iial'DlHty he is asked to .assume by wixtiniR hi« vote in November, • f or t-.h.o rafillca.tlon of "th-is unholy alliance. ' Five nnc.n. who are. jiot Democwts: Avho do not pretend to be Democ'rnte, and who owe allegiance -to the Popu- Itot party, aind staiml squoroly iipoii t'-hu Popultst -platform, pteOpwl in- horooMo vote /or the Populist Xat.'ional caud-i- . dates. SI.IK! under nelither political nor niora.1 obligation, express or tanplied, to voite fai- the DemocnuHc National, caii- dldaites. liitve been placed upon the Indiana : Demociyiifcic,, Electoral ' -ticket. This leaves the ticket, with item- electors .pledjred in honor to vote fqr'B'ryan and •Scwsill, -nod five electors, pledged In honor to vote foa- Er.vani and ^ateou. -If -tills Imllana ' Electoral' ticket Is elected, Mr. Watson could in-certain, not Improbable con-tiiwjenicles, Tjy pursuing the same tftcMcs \>y which he and if HERE WILL BE NO SETTLE MFNT. i The Closing out of the Otto Kraus stock is absolute and should* be; taken Advantage of by every economical pers n, Jh°usan<te were this season's purchase, right up to date hats, shoes and clothing, .appraised b your own citizens, men of sterling integrity, at tne^ lowest cash wholesale value, understand, "Wholesale Value" naturally meaes a heavy reduction from regular prices, in many cases- fully fifty per cent than actual cost. ; THERE WILL BE NO SETTLEMENT, the stock a^d fixture^ will be closed out, the total stock was appraised at $44,499.4.1 $10,000 in excess of Mr. Kraus's liabilities. The quicker the stock; is sold ths better for all concerned on account of expense ot conducting sale. •• ' ' . ALBERT G. JENKINES, Assignee. his f rhsnds- 1 sexmrcd' his nom'toatlon at St. IjouJs, force'hls? election to the vice l>i-esfd«fn<-'.V. '• KM-h»bn,nce; suppose JO. 1 . Brynitf should': Mieoelvc ' -22i • electoral votes/Jti wliiclr.areiliiKl-u'dcd -tiie fifteen vobef 1'rora- Indinihnv'tMs woaik\ elect Mr. Bryto;-l>'uit ^ r ould dwive iir. -.Sciwall live SrStes 'S'liorf. : • 'The Wurtsoui-'eloctors would liold-tilw. tmlfiflce of power! Does :wi-y eiine in ii'm-, 1 - vvlth '-the memory- Qf- the •l^plilfot St. K<)Uls'i(x>iiTenfloii:' ; !f&ll-'lii hi!« mind jMwTMr.' Wrtt.wa's subseoueiit coudac-t -beffrro-lils" eyes, duiibt for 'a .monionit, that-thpy would nse'.-tJi-is .axl- VmnriiR'e? -It wo-nld be just ,is:-oiasT 'for the Watson 'ganpr -to -hokl up i)h£-JElec- .torat Coltagc, :-a.nd' insist tlKiitj'tlie' vfe'c pi-osid«)f-be elected ' first (a*; -iiih- evl- dttiwi? of sood lailh) ns ilt was fov/tltein to I)jil5l up'.tte -SL- Ijonls ooaventlon, -tiUat-'.!be"be noiuiiw.tetl -ftfet. overutog the eastine Qf-.t-li-c eloc?oJ*l:Votes.la';tlie eftwral staifvi 1 ; In Jinniiiary followlag live election, makes it not."oailj j possible; but oompm'ii.tively easy' forrtha Wn.teon Sectors, .In-, all slaites wli-erc- f uslwi' has bM»n- -ejafettal, to njbsoHttelreonirM'the.^twafibn,. aod .force -tho-. election of their candidate- for yiie&-I ) resiclent • This is, indeed, a most serious 'Situation, 'and oa-e wli'l'oli 'ciiUs. for t'..x_- patriotic and easeful con- sldei-ation oC -erery Democniit ifl the . country: .'• 'No 'iram should tie clocved to tlio yice'-presldency.-who i-s «ot fit to be rresictetttj -fond',' I'si-sk-tn aJl . cnndor, Is there "a-iDWnocrat in Indimna; is tlierc a De.iiiocr.'tt'.TU.y where, -who -can,' with dear coAscleittce, and with a due appreciation of the -responsibility of good cLtizcnfilillp.-cast a Txillot, which could. in -ninjTcoiitlus-ency, elevjite tills man Watson, this gabbling aftcrm.ath of se- cfisslonj.to.tbe chair occupied by W<ish- liigtoni; JeffeTson,. .T-acUson. or Liaicola? Tilije-situatiKm-i.nl Indioaia, ita silts counterpart-. ;in evcirj'- other stnte of tljc .Untou.i' where wwrlflcc 6f principle to -greed-for oflice, 'has bee-n: possible. TMs WHS been a campaign of degrad- •.iitg luflucmces-from -tlve -begimniii?. The PresjidcmMinl .eamdJdate 1ms nj>penl«d to tlk> prejudices -mid 'h-ates -of men, rather tuniolo -tflieir iutalliswicc nsml love of eouaitry.^ Posing -ns^ tine. special cham- pfion! of :la.bor,.ihe has insulted thfe dlg- nility.-nmd mahnood of the fifteen, million wage^amerfi ; • of the country. The Democmtic..piurty, has ever been' the feariesS champion and ' authorizetl- ,r<ipr'b8eatativ-e-of:tobor. Tlierft is not a.,l'aw i :for.the ibemefit of labor, State or . Ntttjotifll," iin-the- Statutes of «Us coun- ,try, 'tlwtt lias -not. .been, put there 'by the ,lot! iW, and all. the other la.'ws —.*---. ..motion-of .free.and- untrasnmeled \elcc- 'tlons ftre-.the handiwork of tlie Dereo- 'cna-tic 1 (parry. 1 , It has been the constant and j unrelenting foe of every, form of roeifeion. .--.it.'hias •ttiugili.t th'-nt there is ' notlitag 07i.. : Qod/« green earth soj miueh ai'jinlpin's-own--as his vote It hns Insist-' e<l,tluiifc-every man.is entitled to-a vote, .noj ijin.titor,;how humble his. po&iitiou; or wjtat -WS obligations to other men, In; other'res-pectfi, might ibe, should, be'en-', tiiticid to register, a freeman's vote.in- a i 'ijeonan's-iaanl-y -way, w'ithouit ijespon- 'sibliltj-, to-anv.oae butt h;te Make^'vV',;.' ,T^&a?r.esi.d«ntla] nominee of -thW-'Chi- ca-g<j> coruven'tion, hns marked ou^.dlf- fere'nt ,pourst).,for the l«i:boriu{r nito i iails'-coiin'try,..thno,'that for ojd purty.lias-.-so nobly and. c. ^ ^ ^ , .contended, -and-.lins souRht to M^ate' the'work'iTiguwm. to 41 pUin-e vi.'" low- as ,t$«i,t' occupied by tne t the ggwtj),-'before the war. Oo ,'tht-iijr .'be. more dojrividlii-g or ..,,,, iiilp/jfo'^u'toncst niftii, eai-ning -'.-bto' .hredd 1 ' 1 *^ lionest- toll, selling nothing to,-lilh'<.'m,ployei'.- -but -his -time nmd.hi'S skil), 'iK-iag told in pnhltc speeches..';^ "•it 'enml-ldJiite far the highest offlee,.';hi.; the ,-g.i-ft' of .this free, end CTiU-ghtejied peoiile.''^' inoet' attempts nt coercion,. 'not. by'ri. manly nnd vigorous assertion. : of per'sonnl tailepcuthmce'iand political •equality, but by a crain-ging exlii!bitil>n of'nie-.tn.ne.ps, cowardice'niud Iiypoeirlsyj ' '''Put..on their -buttons' amd ba-dges,"- says '.Biynni, ' "Join tb&'r-' ciuibs . and 'm-aroli in their.iwoccssloms, preteind t'o^ be Repnbl.ica.ns; but you have the Aus-n tpjiMdin ballet law in this State, nnrt. when- you are nfan-e with 1 your Creator,, you can vote yo-ur scmtlmen-te. T-do-n'-F care if you''are Republlean eTCrysotlieT' •'day in the yew-, so-that you a-ro Demo- cvnits on.'t'Jection day."' ' • "fcould. nnythirng be more Insulting,to Americom manhood tlwn this. _ No 'man,''wlio ever warked w.i.th working- meii ibv^ii. living, coiild IMLVO given, ut- teiauce to sijch a degindlnig ROOKS HOOK5 I propose making a specialty of Books and aim strengthening my line at every opportunity. 1 have: a choice collection of Standard Publications and adding to »t daily. Any book not in stock wiM be ordered! at no extra expense to purchaser, The following list; comprises a few now on hand. THE CHILI) WOBLD-Bf James Wnitcomb Riley (Riley's latest juet from publinheri-) A GUEST AT THE LUDLOW and other stories—By Bill Nye v (Just published) Bill Nyes Remarks; A Widow In Thrums, by J. Mi Barrie: The Goldesa Fleece by Julian Hawthorne; Tne Murder of Deiicia, by Marie Corelh^. Early Life of Abraham Lincoln, by T*rbe)l & Davis; Street Types of Great American Cities, by Prauiz: Sir George Tressady, by Mrs Humphrey Ward;; A Lady of Quality, by Francis Hodgson Burnett; Mrs. Cliffs Yacht, by Frank R. Stockton: The Three Burglars, By Prank R. Stockton; Love Songs of Children, Son* and Other Verse, Second Book of Tales and 1 he- House by Eugene Field;.The Herb MOOD by John Oliver Hobbes; Vawdere.. Understanding: by Jamen Kapp Reeve; An Oritfnal Belle by E. P. Roe; The, Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane; Stephen the-Soldier of the Cros£ = by KiDKsley; Rhymes of Our Planet by Will C*rletoa; The Heart of the- Princes Osra by Anthony Hopei Cyoliug for Health and Pleasure by Luth, - er H. Porter. JUVENILE Home Occupations for Little Children by Katherine Beebe; Tw r Little.- Pilgrims Progress bj Frinois Hodgson Burnett; Beatifal Joe by Marshall, Saunders; The Little Lame Prince by Miss Malo^k; The Story ot Patsy b.j^ Kate Douglass Wlf«m; A Short Cruise by James Otis. . C. W. Successor to W. T. OIFFE, 4«3 Broadway. It is unniaraly, un-American-, nmd un- Democmtlc, an<] should meet its proper rdbuke at the polls, ilr. Bryan would shield the brow of the American laborer from an imaginary crown of thorns, but advises 'Mm to put on and wstr before the worM a real crown of shame. A .orowm of thorns may be placed upon any one's brow by another. No nmn. wears ai crown of dishonor by any -man's act 'but his own. I-<lo not believe in Mr. Bryan's financial' theories. I am, ( -.constrained to ttilnKthat.Mr. Bryan'does not; himself, believe in the arguments he advances in support of them.. li»Heve that the election of Mr. Bryan, upon the platform on which 'he stands, and the utterances he lias made, would bring on a. panic. Mr. Bryan has »iM so Wrn- selfi .and in corroborated by no less an authority than Senator Teller. I do not want a panic.- We have had panic cnoug.li. • I Know the times have 'been mid. a-re still hard, and tlna.t men, willing: and aWe to wort, are walking the streets of our towns Kind cities iu- enforced idleness. I know that the, farmer has suffered from low prices for hi* products. Btit, the condition of neither workman nor farmer would be improved by ftee coinage, and Mr. Bryan's aad Mr. Teller's rapidly succcert- iuR panic. When owe has teen- reduced to'strength 'and spirits by typhoid fever, he would be a silly nwin indeed, •-who im Ms weakened condition, would voluntarily expose himself to smallpox, by way of experimental cure. The .experience of tho entire world,-hi .ill vlt.'s financial history, is nsalnsft the probable success, of free coinage of stiver ''by this country alonie,- -it -the ratio o-f 1C to 1, cither Imnnedlnitely oa- remotely. , Tliere .tnny be -those a.mong3t \w, who do not know exactly wJwi* we want in -the way of financial reform, but, wHh. Mexico and-China, and UH> smaller'free silver countries stnrins us in -the face, it ousht not -to take us km;? ro (Wen™ne -wlmt. we do not want. . I reprard .('.lie present crisis us tlie 'most serious that has con-trontcd this I'coimfcry since ISfil. J-t is no s tlmc 10 '•try experiments, the future of tin- homes and firesides of OUT land, haws to the-balance. I-baive illimiuvble faith j.n Hie Intelligence, honesty and courage of the people. I^et us -turn from Uie bUtani-t y$jcc of the denaasosue. to the small «tiliyol.ce of conscience., each man deternilnilug for himself, wherein his duty lies. Let oath- then "his duty.- do withi the characteristic 'courage of Jti free America a citizen, upon whose- bead no maw dare jwess a crown o£" thorns, upon whose brow no craTtai; act, no matter by whouj suggestetl^. shWl self-in-flict a: 'brand of shame, SIMON P. &HEHBIK-'. IF TROUBLED WJTH RHEUMATISM READ THIS. Annapolis, Md., Apr. 36,1804.-I hare- nsed Chamberlain's Pain Balm foc.- rheumaitiisjn and foumd it to be all thafc is claimed for i*. I believe it to be the- best-preparation for. rheumatism ani" deep seated muscular palne on the market and cheerfully recommend It to., the publie.-Jno, G. Brooks, dealer iai boote, shoes, etc., No. 18 Main St. . ALSO READ. TfflS. JIechaaIcsville,..St.-Mnry.'Coun.ty, Mfi»'_ —I sold a bottle of Chamberlain's Batoi Balm to a man who hod been'suffering: with rheumatism for several years. It made him a well man. A. J. McGilL. For sale at 50 cente<per.bottle by B. F... Keesling, druggist. HOG OHOILBRA PKEVAOUS. Tlw* fanners of Harrison township* are -loosinff heavily from IIOK cholera-.. Kundrwls have already died and tbc- disease is still rapuiK with little li of ( A JIEDAJj AVTNNER. The laM of tup series of races for th'c- i.-MiniHon«)ilp ef th-e Riverside Cycle- clu.b wiii 1 ; held Tlujrwlfly aftemoon at.-. I the driving park, D.ive Morehart wic.-- n'ing rhe iK-at 'and also Hie medal o-fter- <?d bv Ben M.nr.tiwv I'lw jMvoJer. LOCALS. P"t si\;~ r.lio Buthli?hi';!ii I Tho t-ot'.'il of s). i tho top;) ml Ih-e iron is In-low. i Hnrry Wliit-e .Tinl'AViJl WMkius nre- scattering C, I. Hoo«Vs advertiseiiieJits-- over town. The funeral of Mr*, j.ydia Twii-y win ; he held this iiKii^vi.n^ :n. JO o'clock froirr; •hnrt-li. insurance • •ndjnsU-r froffi Blooiiiiiijrdni. Ill, .T. K7-. Barnes niMj^lleiii' RU-lwrdwni! are a]V - jirn.isi-nj: t.Kp ss eauseil by the (i-re att-. MlclKiel's ^vcr-sity. ^ f.lie funeral of thfl late. Mrs.. T. 1^.., .KiHSl' will be hold this m-orntag a.t II; 1 . o'clock from 1li-o£l.. John <-liurcb ir.j dnetcd by the Hey. T. S.

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