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   Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - November 2, 1896, Oshkosh, Wisconsin                                THJE DAILY HOItTHWtaTKIUC. MONDAY. SOVKMBEK he Daily Nortniesiem. MOXDAY. NOV. t 1SSS. rHASDMADE FILES. AN INTERESTING DESCRIPTION OF A DELICATE PROCESS. 9 AT JUST THAT AGE- AM 1m Whieb Hignrst of ail m SL. ODV t A.CJXUI Hasps and Ctw in the of a flrss claao iiiK-Laniu to the dignity of souls of the Ilrst order ia s tiaehtue shop. To "file square" is test of fckill wbk-h has caused braggart to lower 1 aaJ an A 1 vise ham! Is s treasure in a i sbuu where finLshing Is dc-nw on the I To sijuarv aieass to true; taoc t--l the work without scarring it Baking Powder REPUBLICS MTIONflL Declaration Facts art by the Republican Party in Coaveotioa Assembled. PURE LEPROSY. !usT at 'Sis: s. bu-_ was fair. you knc'W grvsr. asis Tmflf. About tbr of Fool Pla- r ijx AliAtfiiou coiunr in this COUEITT Is I'xatoi at in I.TOVUXW of irltfc scratches asd roundiE? surfaces, i Brunswick. to this as a everyday thing, is orcurrvti tbe Srst dm'.h 'a Xurth America i aa ars 10 be wjn only through ynctice  f n grove lairc. harC'y :hy beat in ei-iy tes. -.1 Taun-S float jus; O soas c: ;sar art then VSake cho.oc- j or g'.yxf ;be torr.cL Firth's rsrvs. T_s love. ice :s--p.res. j'-jf, that then TSS. rra 'A'htrn cbarniios Ijrar tre the .ccs away. us ;n !ler t-rs are ovrr.aske my I never T. THE "And ?ar 3 whir happers Tcu-c VT: always lave Mrrs, FO3 A CLUB DRESS. Gown Material for the Tallor- As tn f-all o what its a TrO3ifiTi choose to wear to the asy eic.. h.ch she has -.3 aiieni She to be but wouH be more in bad tayte. clots, Trhl-rh uch camel's caa-. is a flae material r -V as by of the ciub "ai'orncn. the tan Tras chosen -srith a tirrr of rur.r.iss- thriugh Tne -K-.-JS ade the qu'.ie stratehc on the The aisz Teas blictc silch'ly and urifjer a of vroi'.r This a "warm, comfcn- Ic-ciu couli be puc on ine .T In The shouldc-r wrap a irment that ne-sr with season. i-.- arra r The neck -sms the c-ip-j shajHrl ezacUy i-ack. Tee cl .f ne is tiat requires 30 en the bla-k s tbe hat "arcm Tc-Ith An i'-'i-trr? i? not a TKark oT -t a a not c.y a ;5 the end srr   he ushesi- at li-v r that re-vseurs our nav !tt of car i the the them i BO great to ecv-r ti fix-Id, be writes. ;i.e v> be- and He put t-h4'UM had than he j fairly entitled to 1 taw to iiruuouuctti the cf j those have waiiuxi ic the ba the dead Kouiau tu bare been lefrccy. blazed. VTe Late uow. both on the Atlan- ISut -be of tiie story of tic asd aud builders hour Kprosy Bttrtnl u: that country wai capahld uf -i-nrucLiiiK auy ship nrxJ   improve their con- j for you mast have aotiwd that peremptory dition until In that year the good demands fcr a amount of damages sisters of the Hotel Diea, In Montreal, are usttally made upon nations that hare through certain of Dr. no butt'rf'hips nor torpedo boats. It is Bayard cf Tracadie, undertook to mitlgaro not our plan. I am sere, to match the their sufferings acd to build a proper laz- great navies vf Europe. We may safely it's Pcor flrittmetlc TO-OArS MG.NKX to iou. oa nal u oui. cutrwt Block. PUKE. Teeu4 Creun. Sepanur DtJSverei Fresh DaSr. r. JOXES. .---------------T Certificate troa Ca lorr. GsraiaoT- Studio. Beat Btodb KEEP WAKM. NOT Br la Wearir-s AspartJ. tat >'x J el Gea. Hal- i Avcsae; Tcta> FOB TKINI1V CHIME REV. JOHX GKESXXrOOO TTdl li'.ustri'-i .-f-r.-i 03 Hfs Trip AroURd 1C? C Ciu 5 Tea. aal Students. PUce Later. TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. ADVERTiSEMKXTS of Lot. For Ta aot Five Uses. ID th-s Column tec Si or Oca Week for !K aretto for them. The sisters arrived in Tiacadie in 1S6S to create tbe change they bad been plan- ning, and, whil.; they immediately im- proved tte condition of tee patients, they were handicapped for renpy years by the interference of the local board of health and In IS'ss, however, they received full power to ran the lazaretto to suit themselves, and since then the Tra- cadie lazaretto has been s mcdei of its kind. Net only was an adequate and com- fortable build'ing erected for bos work and amusement- were provided, so time the patients found some contentment in living. There were 20 patients in tbe lazaretto when the sisters arrived, bnt zince then over -51 men and 40 women have been admitted. Seventy-six died in tbe build- keep cur register of vessels within theirs, but we do no: intend again to leave the sea." ________________ HE THE Bill- Thtta the CoDErrwmsa HI> Tectb aad IVelivucd Speech. "A storr a deatisi pulling the teeth of a Jog reiaiads said a laui-cg Ohio lawyer who practices in thiseiir. "of onoiher case the had. It ap- pears he made a set of teeth for a congress- man, who. although he them, claim- ed thai they did not fit his iscath well, and tor that reason declined to fay for them. The dentist offered to make any al- terations that might be necessary, but the congressman would not hare tbe changes in Regent street, when Thacteiay knocked at the door and cried: no nse, Porrr llayhew. Open the "It's dear old Mr. llayhew joyfully as he opened the door. "Well, young gentlemen." said Thack- eray cheerily as he entered, "you'll ad- mit an old ing since the sisters took charge, bus the i made. Then the desdst demanded that as disease has been so checked that there are j the congressman refused to pay the bill he now less than 30 Rec- should return the which demand ord. ________________ tras also refused, though tbe coagressniiin said be wou-d pcv the eiact cost of the Thackeray Amonc material used in the teeth and no more. One of the preKiesi of the many charm- _ Things rciaaiEcd in this way for a week Ing anecdotes of Thackeray was told by or- more, wees one day the announcement Jerrold- He was one morning t was made in the daUy'papers here that the at the chambers of Mr. consressman would make a speech oa a matter that then occcpied considerable- public attention. The day prior to the de- livery of the speech the dentist called on me and asked if it was possiHe for him to get an injunction on the congressman's teeth, so as to prevent him from using j them while delivering hU speech. The proposition was a novel one to me. and I He took up the papers lying about the promised I would look i: op and let him room acd talked with the two young men tcow that night- of various matters of the day. Then.be j --j[ read of Ben Butler's famous caso took up his hat to go; but, as if be sudden- j where be laid an injunction on she driving ly remembered something, he paused as the j -wheel of a raili and other somewhat similar door. though less notorious cases asd convinced was going he said, "without j-vself that there was enough merit in the doing part of the business of my visit- dentist's claim so apply, at least, for the ic- Tou spoke the other day at the j junction. Somehow the congressman heard. to the Punch weekly meeting Of tvhai was intended to be done. and. poor George- un- fcnowine what a ludicrous position thai returned me a note I lent him a long time ago. I didn't- ex- pect it; so jusc hand it to George and ten him. when bis pocket will bear it, just to pass it on to some poor fellow o! his ac- With a nod. the tall, genisl faced author went hastily out of the room- Thackeray was a constant attendant of the Punch diacery, acd an member of the council which distressed Star. and decided upon the contents of the forth- ____________ coming numbers. It is hinted thai he j and Douglass Jerrold, who always next i him, sometimes squabbled a. little, nothing ever carr.e of it "There is no ase cf our Thackeray would say with irresistible good haraor and logic, "for we inus; mee; HOX. WILLIAM 1TEISLEY; The et tbe PtMes. >T 1o :r-r the ani3 asstoricsl jasllttrati-jo of clainis TO livr of thirty Tears c! Republican reje. eara-stJy conJMentiy a i :ress tbtmse.Tes to tat awakened ants conscience In 'allowing djQclarMixos ol facts tsJl princ Fcr thr Brst trae the CIT 1 war tse American people have tie calamitous conscience cr re I aa! Ucaaeratie casual o: ta? Eovemneat- Is s a rw :ce-pscttT. aad disaster. In adsalaistrasiT? it baa stalled aa unceasing OVficSt. out eorreEi expense, wua borrowed aoiej. pilrtl op tfc- pnbUc MM OtejCuuMQ in time of peace. forced on aJrerse ot :rade. led a aseaace taaBinR over the rwJe-spiion creen to alien sjadlcatcs reversed ill tee CKaacres aa6 i exalts o: sac- cessln! KepuMicaa Ia the brcnj eSect or us poltiT predpiiaMM! paslc. incsf :rr iraae w.tjj cepresjios. closed asa aad prcCcctlos wa'le fotessa for the- Asieziczn Every cf pcbllc safely individual ftfeal the Bcvercnjea: shall Iras the of who tbemselvec or It witioat disaster at dishonor abroad, and shall be restored to the party lortbiriy rears It wtsa osecualea prosperttj. and IE this JseartJjT endorse the wlidoia. tie asd toe onccess ol the adaj-xlsua- tloa o: Prestaeat Eirrtsoa. TARIFF. TTe ccd eaphosize car alleclaace to the poiicy of protection as balwart lean acd the forodanoa of American and prosperity. Tals tme po-icr lorelgE prodncts enconraf es sczae >a -Estry: it puts the bcrJen of i-reatieon foreign coodit itsectjres tte Amencae snrfcet Icr Aaiencan I: gtiufiird or for tne Americas it pats the factory Dy so: tte firoi and mates ihe America a lanaer on rorelya ceaaod acd n dlCases general thrift and fotmAs ifte at all oa the sirengtn of each. In its feaiccable application It fc, lair uaparnal: eqcaUy to foreiira control aod do- to and individual f Hsir. Han j LADIES as! O; Tb.s Me-ic.1 Haroelffss N-j Scar. Call or Aliress sin. Aliea. KS Miia Ciraer JUia and Irv.ns- CI.A1UVOVAVT. MADAME tbe Great CUirroy- ar.-l F-rtur.- Teas Past. slaa oa ard liusiaea. and :es Can a of ail Turaer Here Only; Saart TSsne. NOTICE. STATE of Court. Is Probate, the matter of :ia TO FOR a: 37 Central of C. JO. Heath. TO K.th F-ira. if at Joseph IVeber. Bt.iJrr an 1 TO Lj-rscn Homestead. No. !-l Street. November 1. Ap- plr to James Kesav. Asest. S Otter. 1 TO Dtf-ILag Ho-j5-.e-L.sw Pirty. A. O. FOR Story Frame ar.J to C. R. Ast.. J JI2..1 S Street. tlon to tte levt-lof other Usds. We are tot pledsed lo aay canicular schedules. The or raws is z practical question, to Be covemed Oy of tte aad oj the >cHng and pnnciple tlie protecrloB and development of Azccrtcas .sbor and industry. Ite coantry a right seiiigiaesi. asd toea U wants rest. e Swlieve tbe repeal of the reci ew Tec-Room Without Bam. Close to Fcr quire 171 it; arruitemeau bv_tne last Eepobilcan ocv a'natiosal calamity- aid we demand their'reneiral en snca L other uatiosis. remove the restrictions -which now terms as will ecualiz: our trade rtroct lie sale or Americas products in tee ports ol ciher countries and setore enlarged mar- ket? for proitocTs of c-nr raross. forests aad faciones. Protection acd reciprocity are twin measures of Krycbhcas policy and go hand in nano. Deicocracc m.e has rectlessij strock both asd must lie re-established. Protection Cheap, a Urge SSVEQ floase ia F.rst Class Cood.tloa Xear Street Car and Tsa iEc- 'Wa3: of Tovrn. Remember, to be Rcnte-i Very For Particulars laqalre at IS Custer Street. n, others. Protection bmids op domeaitc inaustry s------------------------------------ ket 2or ourselves; reclprocUy up trace aad finds an outlet lor our caiplcs. MONET. Tbe ReanWlcaa partv is aareservedly for sound money- It caused the enactmem of the Imw proTidissfortheresump'tlonor specie payments la liate, iaea every dollar has Sviv are aaalterahlr opposed to every raeasore calculated to debase our carrencr or Iffiaair. of our cc-nntry. We are. Deposed to the Tree colaasre of sliver, except 07 iBternauonal with the leadsai commerctal canons of tlis world, which we pledg to promote, and car.1 snch azreement can be obtained toe Bold standard EJCSI oe preserved. All onr silver aacf paper currency mcst be maintained at parity wltt cola. w, favor measures designed to maintain inviolably the obligations of the Cnuea Sti-.es asd oar cioa-T whether cols, or o.iper. at tae present standard, standard ol the dost enlightened natiosts of the earth. WOOL. AND WOOLENS. To aa cur products, those of she talne and the neid. as well as to those of the shop and wool, the product of great industry of sheep husbandry, u wen aa to tne Sashed -woolens of tie promise the most ample protection. Sit IK. W" condemn tbe present adziinlstraiioa for sot kcepiuc faith with tte so car prodnrers o! this country. The Kepuahcan party favors snch protection as will to the ott ot aa tbe which the An-ncan people ate. lor which they pay other :cre than aannaiiy. We oe- FOR PROPERTY. FOR Stores ana a HOUM. Ccrcer of Mala Irrlcs Streets. Ea- Uiure at 3S7 Will Sell Sep- araiely if Desired. Mrs. A. M. Lanbaca. FOR SAXE OR EXCBLVSGE. SALE OR Good Farm. 53H Acres, on Mala Omro Koad for Sate or for City Prorsrry X Taken at Good etc. of E. W. TVetebrod. IOK FOR Work Horses Cheap. Raiforf Bros. Co. Tne of the Union armies deserve aad shocld reeerre fair treatmeBt and genorons vcteaever practicable ihev saonld be given the preference in the matter of em- D'ovdent, aad they are entitled to tbe ecactsceat ot fuch laws as ar- best calculated p'.edres io them in the dart cavs of the country's peru. the aprjlication for an injunction would pet him in. he seat for she dentist 'and paid the bill of f25. Before thai he was only willisg to pay the K which the materials in the teeth cost. The story got I out by a publication made fay Mr. T. G. Crawford, then the correspondent of the Chicago Times, and it was circulated ia the congressman's district, and. with other things, brought about a defeac for re-elec- "ctmce the uractice In the tcrtao. so recslessly and uijasily on oy the present of rpdac'.Bs arsitrartlv oroppinz aaoss frca the rolls, as ceservtae tte'severest ccuCsinsauoa of the Aa.ericaa people. FOIl Span of Black Stare- and Four Old- Good Road- Eters ana Splendid Drivars. IcquUrs So TVaugo-s St of in saH cocciy. oa tlw fourth Tuesday tie S5Ui day) et A. D-. at B> o'clock a. m, matter be heard aiid coasM- ered: The appllcatlsa cf F. 3. SlsrSart to vSatt ;o probate ihe !ast wUl and testament of Ja- csb Slarkart. Ute of the of Oshkosa. Sa said county, deceased, and fsr letters tes- tamentary thereon, to be ittaed to T' and Sarah ionise Bangs. X. 1SS5. By Order of ihe Cosrt. Poblteb Oct. K. Xirr. I, 9. STATE cf XOTICE. Ootaty COcrt toe County, in Prciate. In the matter of tia mlooc heirs oj Hearj; Scnmlt Kotlce U berecr given that br Tirtas taA in parscacce or aa order of nsad-j In sud siatter bar cTtirt; of "tVlnncbaga doo.tr. the 13th day of October. IS9S. Peter R. Schmlt. goardain ol ealA miners, will, on the Mth day ot November; 1S5. at o'clocfc a. nx, the cocntr conn room, ia the csnn house Sa the car ol OshkosX ia said county, offer lor at aucioa the tonowhss descraieil land situated !a the city cf Oshkcsh. 'jt said county, to wit: An nndivaed oC lota 1 and of Ota Cross snbSvisfan OS pan cf lot 3. Kocfc C. lot aa. Cross subaivlsxKt oi tot i block Foortil wari city of Tbe terms of be casX Dated. October 17. 1S5S. _ Pt-i'KR E. SCBQnT. of the lEnor Heirs oJ Henry. t deceased. FabUsh Oct. 3. Ki Nov. 2. NOTICE. XOTICB Contents of Order to Causa. State ot TTIscansia, Circuit Court; ebagsj Courty. ia rcater of the InsolTeacy at I A XORilAX. Student. ta Des'.rss a TVhere She Can for Her BcardL Adiress Pres- of the _ FOR Acres of I-and !n Mara- Xstiee !s hereby gtvea that an order im niaae bv said court on tbe ITth day of Oc- tober.A- contiatz of Trhlch or- aro as foHawst State of TTisco-tfn. CSrcult Coori, SFTtt- Couccy. la the matter of Cr. "W. Rhodes, by for a discharge frota his deba, FOREIGN KELATJOX5- tatbei "oVerited" tfcTSe Omtei states, aad by secure a proper and much-needed navmi stauoa SubHtz. Avenue. FOR Acre Farm Si.octon. W-S.. -Jl StcmpeS: House Post; ISxKiL! Poet: AU Ctl'jir; Bam Srab.e TTnJsr Barn: ad AH Flniiiea: Granary again nen Companion- The Art of yot The art of not hearing should be learned i by alL There are so many things which it to bsar. very rr.any which, if i haard. will disturb tbe temper, cotrnps simplicity and modesty, detract from con- tentment and bar'picess. Jf a man fails into a violent passion and calls all manner of names, at the first words we shcs j our ears and hear so more. If in a qtiiet I voyage of life we 2nd ourselves caupht ia one of those domestic whirlwinds of scold- we should shut our ears as a sailor il. and. making all tight, Ji ol ibe European powers from this hemisphere i English apeiir.is part ol the centtnent by the free consent o. Its i CUBA. From of acbieV.ne ifceir own Independence the people of tte tTnited States bavs srcjuathv of other to rree foil success of Cure Tor SoipTrreclc. A certain young woman on the north ede teaches a class in a raisson Sunday school. She has a difficult task imparting scraps of religious instruction to her yocag ____ charges, and often amusing answers are before the gale. If a fcor. restless man unconsciously returned to questions which bejjjrjs inflame our fselings. we should she asks- On one occasion she asked her consider what mischief the flery sparks pnpils: I xnav do ia oar magazine below, where our Whas do the high priests doV temper kopi. insiautly close the door. ?he received the reply: j jj jjjg petty said of a man by "They burned insects before becdlessand ill natured idlers werebrouphs by which the youngster, of course, meant to bira. he would become a mere incense. j walking pincnshion stuck full of sharp re- Ban one of the f annicst If we would be happy when among which well shows the queer idrss which good racn, we shocld open onr ears; when the children receive in their lessons, was bnd rr.cn. shot them. Is is noi given when, after a discussion of shipwreck worth while to hear what cur neighbors which followed a lesson three or four weeks sav about our children, what our rivals previously on the well known story of onr business, oar droa or oar Jonah and thewhaie, she happened York "Snpposea bip storm arose at, sea and il __________I_____ looked as though yea were going TO be j drowned, what, would yoa 1 Tie Black Hawk war began on April woald throw a man overboard frr a 21. 3S31. and ended Sept. 31. 1SS2. The fn dvhs :r. sativ- i carving or h-nding. Tbe taac is then j ''I would throw a man overVord a 21. 1S31. aad ended Sept, 31. 1SS2. The -_c "a by sticking it in then whale to was jssiubc-r of regulars serving in this war of the c-- 1 clraccd, dried SO Tiraes-Herald. J was 1.339. wbiie tic militia _ .......Kavwwl a t> WnO of a-3 in rr-1-. 3'rnar.l. Hrcord. Insult to That horrid lisSo Alec Sandircan had the impudence to make you an oSfcr? What cess? that wasn't the worrt of Tbe nasty little wrptch didn't tampon the letter, and I had to pay arc !arsr ar: may bo twopence for Tit-Bits. Kvcry ch-.: tni naj'rity cf ca :rs i: are -a--, a" 3 i has 3 wsC pajil. ts T- onvwirst can In cStl'? otic lias tale-: r5 faculty, an! fie vrirc if nx Its to h---r-.me a '-f -r.cfrt are I.ircc; i" crrrtantiy in c-mar.d: her i? of no: if cafi'.y acqairci; !icr liri-.it'-! to tnc of a f--w faring ir; F r cptra si-crrr :h-Tf i? plenty f har3 work, bnt for ir.c eorn- TO-atKw fi' b'Ir.g in many case? i: thn f.irno-.is nrtifts of the world, whom i knjw is a Hb-iraJ eaiication. -Madame [eiba In Ladles' Home Journal, AVER'S cTHE PILL THAT WILL PI LLS CURE [HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS (CONSTIPATION If Vtrr A Mile Ijonf. The Aastrian naval Mr. C. A. has defined the limisatinn of the rule that the longer a vessel the better Bbe is for sptwi and carrying capacity. If a steauaar could he built a mile lone aad about 6O feet wide, with ample rsortve power, she could undoubtedly attain fabn- j Ions speed. Only onc-thirrieth pan of her length would have to overcome the water's inertis, while the rest of tbe TBSSB! wouid experience only surface friction. Bnt such a vessel, he knows, involves" a dangcrrras, yielding, urasoiid structure, exposed to enormous strains and liable to tic broken in two. He conseqneritiy the limit of lengths at nine widths. numbered 5.126. a i actca: of Spliif tariac ;o5t control of CoSa acd Selog BoaWe to protect tie prop- -nv or l.ves of resideni American citizen.-, or to with its oburations. wejwlleve tat the eoverniaent or the atases act.rely ass its aaa good restore peace ano gtve ladependencs tie island. THE yA.fr. The ana tae of Saroor aad seacoast Csfenses. CITK. SERVICE. Jaw was placed oa tbs statote boofe oy the EepnMicza party. ttl and we rensw osr repeated deciarauoas that it ?h2ll be tcorouciuy j FREE BALLOT. j flemaad tiat everv cltswa of tbe United States o- allowed to east one free j carestr-.ctcij ballot, and that such ballot snail be coasted aad retimed as cast. j LYNCHING. the uncivilized acd practires j drown as Ivacolzgor Eilliag of Snasao beings suspected or or charged with crime wjtatu. pro- j etaa SATIOAL ARBtTRATIOX. we favor tbf crratjoa of a TSatJocal of Arbitration t-i and adjust i wa-.ca may Between employers and employed eaiaged in coasierce. HOMESTEADS- return to tie free hsae'tead policy of RepnWicaa satisfactory Iree ceasurs which has already passed House and is DOW peading ia the Resale. A KM EN IA Jt MASSACRES. then Coaarr. a Very Rea- under chapter CT of the Revised Statutes at tenable FrLce. Will fell Any Quantity or j fzs Sied on the nta day ctf Oc- the Whole. For Enquire of tober. A. D.. 1S55. In insolvency. Oa this ITth day of October. A- D.. lS98w Djxin tie flEag1 or the petition, schedule and affidavit of. ths above-named G. TV. pray.nsr that he rcay be discharged frocn debts, in pursuance of the provisions of saM ciiapter 179. aad on m-Kira oJ Floch Qua-; termass. attorneys fcr sola petitioner. It herc-bv orfered 0) tha- aH tee creffit- OTS of ths G. 'W. S-bodes show cause, at t'r.s ;f anj- they have, before 'Jba irlrcnlt eonrt oT T.i; Tzke cotmsy. at tbe cstirt house ci tfca Pare -a or j o; Oshkosh. in the county of Tr..s Farm for Sie Cheitx. j bapo. ana stats of TVXscon-Ha. on Qts Inqa-re for Furtjsr pjirt.cu.ars Ar.arcw j o? January. A- B.. 1SS7. at ten o'clock D :rkee. S4 B'Ti Street- Ov-r Twenty-live I in'the forezoon of that day. or as soon liar" Firtr.s cr l.ffQ t thereafter as the oatter can be fceara. wSiTJ A-res -K-.-.J Lit.l Sals an assign meat of tie estate of each i sz'.d G. "W. Rhodes. sSould nat rr.3'3e atKl r.2 be irota hts debts, 3rd oticr and furthsr sr'ould" be m33c as Siall be just and T Psrt- SIISCKLL-XXEOf 31.5 thsr F.iS-3 Ber-t U-jter -Ma.n Sir _ _________ Ci3 ar-1 r.-i- weeks fshel-'.r Ali Don't Forget published at I the or cr.t of ;.-.e ;_-j That notice or tte contents of this i csci in each -sreek lar teo State Jonr- Ban Jo. Me Frea Try. Zabst's Ma Aventie. iorie5. Furalsn to ThoES Wishiris ta !c Rooms, iS Jcflersoa ia wn'ca the for the ffis- o: iha debtor as en tasalveat iJ ___ a. cjpy of sacb aaScs te servecl NOTICE Is Hereby G-vn aa Friday, persosoi'v, or by aaO, at teast Brmty days Nov. 6. In My OfTee :t: :h? Cosrt before tbe day -or sttcb on Cry W myjjao i cr ia petition ty. TV.scoasin. at O'clock In A5t- '.tisclvent suca creditor's I Draw frora Names t or yc-s: b5 known. County at :is November j paragraphs 'cixih and SSb; th? Names of yere cut beiors sigaiss- to P- Jurors at ths G-T.- DaU-i at Os'niosc. 17H of ihe C--urt fey o; Oct'-'-_r. A. D.. ISSi Sail Ccur-.iy Tear Purm- ar.t to I-a'K-. W. KjnbaS, Clerk. Dat- Oct. oar A; tsof Awarded Highest World's Fair, Pnzzled. "Are yon the proprietor ol this restati- raatf" said the man who had waited for his order until he became sleepy. j sir. What can I do for j "Ton can give me witne information. I want to know whether you have told the j waiter to stay away so that you cai! bring j IB a WH for lodgings against I yer Times. CREAM BrUONG MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tarts- Powder. Free rrota Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. rfO YEARS-THE STANDARB. 5IKRCHANT MARINE. We th'eariy j regain tae if oar coss-serce- FOEEIGN IMHIGRATIOV. Fo- the vre'rfttra ot thr ot c aad of cf cm to- ratal of -abor. we that iaw? and so as to eiciace from entrance to ias C n-.ted tiose who can nenber reaJ Ecr We favor tfce of tie Tccainjue at the Sate, oavlcs By tie GSO. .TV. ALASKA. al'J r. Its tic Cossress of tae CrlT enactcd. We tb- or to tbe CEvS tsat TEMPERANCE. We wise aaa leg-.Waaw efforts to lesset: tte o Tbe Rrubilcas pany is mindral ot the r.chts and interest? o' WOST.FE. of r to tie at F. A. Tills at t.-.-- for its w-.S er. October S3. i R warC- 1 iy Mr Prsf B H- Of-3 Gust J'alrcer Richard ttts Mr T W. ilr H Sir TlcMt T.KUAL NOTICE. STATE O tv C.-'-rt, John B Mr I.I3T. stsraie. .V Th- frrm itns 5arti are tnc Hv pnocip TV :i acJ pc.li: i-. we r thco. the of the American rwp c. C orafl-rt f r. .ie great nf oar Rrcat partv acd la jostire of ocr cause, we present ccr and car toe Ril! assurance tnat me ,-irrflon ifill orioc victory Hepablican prMperrtj to tae people or tts Caitco Siaies, Th? ar. orJtr -c CUIOTS Kf Sarah of :he town .-f At- S to 5.1 1 H. TM :n rtt.-M'. 1, '.n rn- T 'v lUway c- i. Stay Miss Ker. MiM 1C Mrs J Streaior ail's Wclfnm AuKMtm 24. Cr-..r'. C. D. C J Oct. 26, Xoy. caSis for a JOSEPH EWSPAPER   

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