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   Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - October 31, 1892, Racine, Wisconsin                                THE DAILY MOKPAY OCTOBEK 31, 1892. IT'S A LITTLE LATE, But Here's tho Long-Awaited Stevenson Letter. DEEN TOO BUSY TO WHITE EABLIEB. Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing. Curen Chapped XlftndB, Wouudi, Eto, HamovoK ond PrnTenti Dandruff. AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP, Boot for Gonornl Household Use. WBPHREYS' HIII! (ur thirty Mtlh vhMrv -liiHlo M fur tllM'UMt HHliHil. TlU'.V WrlliMMII tllM'IIMt IIHIIHll. IM Mint iltttt ilu' tun Uurl.l. liriii'i Wimii I'fviT. Wurnirnlli1 i 4-Wiirrln'iiiif I Kli'H IllUi or t'lilnl ,'jn l I I l.nnrnullU. M-Hl.ll ithl'IMII, lA-ltllPUIHHIlMll. 1 Il-Miiln rim Ki-vi'r AKIII- Ill-rnliirrli. .'J.1 >4 U.H-Net-vim. llrlillllr...........; tlll-l'rliinrr Wt-llliin Ih-l .'J-> IH'SII'IIIIKVKMVITIMI I'll. S P E C i F B C 5Jg'E OUtf VUH fttfrlu MOTHER'S FRIEND" uf lit I'uln, Horror uiulllttli. nrnsl'mfi'llTli'l ANHiy IV-nl uii.Tw.rd i UIIKI, Jillk I5U', 1 ATLASTAi (1A, SOI4I IIV "J iwi co., CATARRH rc! IMHMIIIW It lw pioven MlllltVII Illlllt IH'IO OM.V tlmt u iwtleot cuio cnn ho IH-- winiiilUhnl. Miynperlftt nlillwptU- Kin- nil mhcr mcllmdit ol Iti-ntment mi'iidv inillrttlvi'. Now It In a wcll-UiMiwn A Hhiirl Arniplanro or tlm Nomlimllim mill llm llriiMin rnr flit- riitfii rlnlfiirin on HID l-.iwrr nrTmiilliin Uiu Illll liwcll llnviiir Orvitt Tell "I III" Letter. W. Va., Oct. f'd- lowlnu letter of iicccplalict' was sent Satur- day to the precldcnt of llm crntlo convention, dated Charleston, W, Va., Oct. Ifli, and to thu lion. William Wllxiiii, ohalrmau: "When, In llm presence of my country- men, I accepted llm honor conlcrn-.l IIIMHI urn hy the convention over which you ilditl, 1 promised to Indicate by letter In a mom formal manner my acceptance of tlm nominal Ion tendered me hy tlm assembled representatives of the Demotrallt: party of the fulled States, Slum that time I have IH-CII cnciwd cnuttulintly In tliedlscnsHlnn Imforo. tlm jHHipIiiof many of tlm L'nlon of tlm Issiiet empliiwUed hy llm convention and n-prewntwl by dalK fof pn'sldent, ISmver Cleveland. "Opportunity haxthmi Isi'ii denl.xl nm to writ" with tho earn I would likn to llm more formal answer proinlsnl to your com- Tlm full dlsenssh.....f public lions, eommonly from a i-nnill- date for vice, president, U-ell ivlider.'d less Impcl-allw by llm complete presenta- tion of tlm Democrat IK creed by the ueiilh- tnan with whom 1 have the honor to lioas- sisjlaled nH candidate In the national llcki-i. Ills treatment of tlm ISMIICM now Mom tlii' country for discussion and net- thuncnt Icandollltlo mon< than Indorso his position and It tho emphasis of approval. Tin' r.iiv.'l' nf Tl.Hill lull. "The Kit-litest power conferred human Kovernlnenl Is that of luxation. All tlm "f 'J broader pollllcal liberty havo hsikc.1 tiiwanls Ihe llndlallon of this power by rliilit to rlKht whicli should always iH'lllllll.dby llm licetssitles of llm Kovern- menland llm of which may IM- shared hy all. Whenever this JMIWIT IM used lo draw tribute from the many for llmbenellt of the few, or when purl of Hie- iM'Ople are In onler lhal tlm ro- malnder may pro-per unduly, Is lost of, Injustice llltn prcen- ilellt which Is llsid to new ex- nut Ions, and I hen. ari'-es aitlllclal dis- tinctions which Is'iicHclnrlcH cutn.i lo look In due lime an vi-stitl rlahts, sacred tn Ineqiilliilib', "It Is plain I hill our pic-cnl H.Vhteni of Inrlll' taxation IIIIM promnl.il (he uruwlli of Mich conditions in our land, fa- voinlllioiiuh U Urn by an Industri- ous and i-nlfrprWiii: people, a friendly ell- male, a prislu -live soil and the hluhcst di- velopmenl ot (-lilticnl llberly. If the U-in- llelarles of lid inystctn shall lie able to add anew l.-nureof powci-lo thiw I hey IIIIM' already enjojcd llm dcM-lopmcul of Iho-e iilifavornbie coiidllli'ii- must eoiitliini- nil- Ill I he pimcl t" will he lodiicd In Iho-e who nn Al'linn and able to pay lor the lieipelimlh.il 'if pilvll.ws coti- tnnd a..mrdiiu penple Ihe vallon Invlnlale of Ihelr own piviTiiluent. III" <-lilniKii rial in. "Theii-1- prcleM or excuse for the malnti namv ot a war larilV In thm-. of and more I ban a a eciilury after armid conllli't ha< The plat- form of Ihe natloiinl lletnociiilic roinen- lion demands the reform of lids system and lheadoplli.il I" Us place of our which wilt Insure all oiirpioplc, 1 am In full and beany m-eoi-d with tlu-T.' pnr- IMIVCS. The c.-uveliliou al-o dccl.-iic.l II- on the cnrn-.cy iiuistloii in no n.i- meaning Mimln wlieti.lt Kiid lulls plat- form; 'We hold lo the ii'-e of Imth Kohl and silver n-Ihe pliiuilMil money of u.....out.- try and lo the inlliilLC of bnlh and silver wit houldlH-rlmiiiMl aK.dn-1 either metal or chaw for mlnlace, but the dollar unit of tiiliiiiK'1 of bolli iin-lals nun-l be of eiiunl Intrinsic and value, or U hl" railway near tlm ciiisslnuiit old >iecoiid slr.fl In the loiver part of llm i-ily. Italian Irack lalmivrs unearlIml the and thai they did not set It off with I heir picks It a wonder. The ilyna- mile IH suppo-ed have been stolen from construction I rains mid then hidden. Tin- I'.iul Hall lii'i'iml. Oct. ball KamesSal- At I'hlladelphla-ChlcaiM Ath- of I'enusjlvanlii IX'; at NYw- York- I'llmeton 1.0, (l; at llinen -Vjde -II. Tufts' at Iowa collici- university II; at .MIuueMita university .T.1, iin-in i; lit .lacliMinulle. Held H. llliuolicolle.-e 1'J; ,it Arbor H, Northwi-tern XVni'iioi's Miiltliit.'.l 1'iMiinl. Ocl. III the Kile found Inn linnille of the 1 of n woman cut In twelve plic.-c The i'i. ccs had been waked In cai- II wii-i at llrM that they were ft.i-n a hii-'pllal or laluiratory. Thi- Ihei'l.v wa- op-i't. however, by tlieevl- ileiic.-of theilui.i-y with which h.ul Ueti liacki-.lap.-irl. The p'l- ihlnk thill tin' woman was murdered. .V Ir.iill Mlclllitllll. TOIM-II l.AU1., '.Mich.. ramctoii. of llm Lumber com liiiny, U niiiliiii'i to ship lo exhibit h.'i World's fall an ininieli-e of elm. The tree stand, oxer rinhty feel lo the Ib-l limb, nnd the tu be -cut lo Clileapi will inea-mvekhly fe.! in l.-n-jlh, the dlame- li-iTls-lmtMlMind loiirl.fl "t the respec- tive ______ ..____ Tliul I" Oc.iill.Vi ('II 1C Mil i. del. Vet ii not her name has bi-ell added to tlm already ImiK IM ol deaths In Ihde I'.irk from tion Tlm ninth victim I" .loim mddt fiiinid .h-ad In hU rtsnn at the llniil Iteinaid >.-tt.-rd.iy afternoon, lievnolih lit the fair as a I'liluinblan Kuanl sinic lii-t .May._____ .ileniK I.Hi- lii'loUiioiio-lll fur Him. 1'id.. III.-The trl.il of j-Miiiim- for t-.'tnpliclly Club lAMii-mid.liihn the Cullli train lohbery on the Soiitherii I'.icilh-elideil Sal- ordav'evenlni; with a venlicl of auilly, which im-.UM life ImpriMinment lor Ihe yoiniK h.iinlit. Tlm jurv was out only llf- lien THko H.-U lint II HI'" tyr up, llic -ASIofktou tCul.) clnbhan deciiled lo umi limhuiKer cheese iw II CHID lor ilyn- pepitla. chosen. Tho..........-- nte party or other dMlRnnlba, each In Its appropriate column pare your hnllut. A ballot Uerk may j ,i, ihn hnllot In tho somite nnde fur that purple, thin by nny party make Ma.k (X) party printed at thu top I lho Of of .ho J u-tll 1m rntltutMi lot lUI IUO i rir fttmn r all niu... written In lieu enuu.1 or pasted cr a If r date von dwlrn to vote for. If you wldi to vote lur a perm.i lor ,lf u nn m.l inatk votlr Imlhit In other yon spoil the ptUited name of tho candidate, ,'or ,ho oflU, mark a (X) 1- 1- tl, the voter I. U. ballot rctuin it lo ballot Clerk nnd ...other, you cannot Ket mote than three In nll.-I'lvo mlnuU-H llm. I. altawrf n booth o ,mu }M Si "oiu-nu "ot "iowniiy C lo Lrk hU ...lot, have u, one or e.e, Uon voter who dechm-H to ..nice, tlmt ho IB un.1.1. to rend or thn by I nnd for llm dllleient olll nro follow VIMSV, Count.V 1'KOIM.K.Sl'AUTVTlCKr. I'.lcclmrt of I'liHldclit mill Yicc-ric-ldeiit of thu United f.HOVKU CI.KVr.I.AND................. (JUNTA V UOIIKUTJ. ANDKKW JOHNSON............... JOHN MONTGOMICUY HMITII. .KUIN iir.suv n. scinvis I'KltniNANMT. YAIIU............ JAMl-S J. HOC.AN.................. HIS WATT AW A.................. I.KWIfl S. lIAII.r.Y.................. WII.UAMK. JAM it. .TAMILS NATHAN I'- MOODY NKI.SON AI.I.I'.N'...... SMI ni.......... ANSON n. STATK- Gnvi'inor................................... I.leiltcnnnt (luvcrnar................... Sfciclary of Slate Stiitn Ticiwiirer Attorney (li-nunil S'.nto Si OKOKKi: W. M- rtiijiii: WII.I.IAMCAMl'IIKl.l... .lAMIMll. CKANI'lLI.... WAUKKS'c. JONT.S..... jnllNC. KlCI'Ulll.lCAN TlCICirr. u. .ions ii. WIM.1AM ___ .i.v.. ciJAwri JAM ESS. Tlh'Ml'S W. LINK............. CIIAKM-S JONAS........................----- MAItTIN I'ATrHON..... TlltlMAS.l. A llltolicll I'orC... JOHN JAMKH I, MAKTIS W. HTKVKNS ic wiitlu tlui wtiild ever pimlucixl; mil lniHwlly Pimeii If you will mil nl lilt Hmnd Avi'imr. Mllwiuikw. Any temwllnl pti'pnratlou which will imi-H dfcuv vf nmal U an Huilw'ptlc. At tlm nlHivV nuinlwr Iht-y will HUHW you chlekwus, weto milimUlwl ti> llm of Sup chin nciifly two and .thf.v nmiuln iwilrctly Si'iiilt'ldu InlN I'lllwl linnillvdii of ol nitanll hcri', unit ww "thi'iti who Hlllh-twl with thin ImithmmiB dlwnmi tn try It. Call lor n clioillnr. y FANCHCB'S ORUQ lltttl Viomlir. Ilio wnjr from Htale DR. KIRK. rrncti n: ivt uf Unifl'.l UiiUwlty. I Mrll It O'" I'' ill.iHli.il Li ..f wllli Hmii. l-JP hi IIMlOPANIIHKIN tnn llliMim. I I'll" tli' ma i." InrVi. I'Mi. Olio I.. thuruilghly YOUNG MEN .un.tlnil fTUtn ot YimlJ. i imy. VlBor'.i.l Hoi.nl HIB. itorrU Hi _ PRIVATE DISEASES, "I found llm Indnslrli'i established by lloilhetn capital durlliu Mr. CI.-M'lalid s admllilslrallon In a lamjuNilm: eondltlon; (Irit llmlniniltJiatlon of labor and I lie in- veslmenlof capilal Invll.d lo llnwe state. by their then peaceful condition had In a law measure ceased. The enactment of a force bill Into law, while It would Uneaten llmlllx'lllcsof the entile people, would un doilbt.dly ivlaid Ihe material urnwtli of Ihe stales at which It Is specially aimed, would Incite In many communltle" ran. Iniubh-H and Invite iriallalory Icijlslatlon, which would disturb pioperty valu.-H and dlsi-onllnun and desUoy ihe Mt-nrlty   or palllalhm for exlslence, except tin) IMT- JK-timlon lii (siwer of n political parly wblcli lias loot public conlldenco. "I accept llm tendered mo. and should tlm net Ion of tlm convention meet tho approval of my countrymen will, to llm iHwtof my ability, dlscUaw with lldellly thu dutlenot the trust nn inn. Very "AW.AI rX tin. t-r.i.llii In ii" l! HWI. rt "llnl Hfli-r ccllllibt u t.rt) .Mil ef Ill-nil Ii- inn i.. huHiLniiuiy no ..'it "iii rVln'ily r.iuli el llivm. IT. I Mull- a> IILfovvrv .-lire t .1. Ki.rMll W Hl'llliii "I IH'sil. Uiunii. im IUI.I Ulmlii-.l mini in-. I" v. It I'k-aiiw. liiYiRiir-U-; niiiruvV. "I' UfUO ilullnr. Imllann him mole, (ieimntm tlmu any other Slnle. They constilule cent of the popnlal lull. Pnl. (ijveriiiiienl flitnd-l I cutofully CotnmU'iniier Inmiraiiee Mcmbcrol I.KCISKATUUK- Mcmlier ol Aweinldy, i 1st Dlslrlcl 1st lUsttlct. luniliil. "111 __ICniisaii lum lour cities In which tho tlm women Is larger limn that n the men. One entire, iwt of cjundliuen U wulimu. Or, W, H, KIRK, "iKrtiiiNii HiiitirtiH tuen mod Lit ovrr flflj winK'iw molhcni lor Ihclr uu ollitr Haul______________ HIMIIW ol smell It no dellwilo tlmt when lu n wild Mate. H can H-fiit mi tm.'uiyutiidhdancoof A itngiv lilil ihe moil ptltiil of 111" cfllc'Dcj of Uclnnnittiil.'. Member of Assembly, 2.1 liUtiict.. Coiiuty Clerk.............................. Trcnmircr.................................. Hheriff...................................... Clutk of Circuit District Attorney....................... lieuUler of Deedii....................... THOMAS TIIOMl'riON.................... WIUIUUM. KtlOT.. CLINTON HA1UUTT v. iur is. COX........... NdlMlAX It. UlitlK JAtotlo. I.INDIIAM. K. T THOMAS C. I.MCIIMoXn, r.. I'ltr.it itUHsin.......... JOHN C. MAIM'IN....... A. W ATKINS. SAUAII IIAISI.KS HATCH........ i A HOUGH TIME ON THE LAKE. Sinnlinr III. Tn.nliU'- Tlilrly l.lvtw In IVrll Hi (Hit.Tlini'. Oct. Bnlf wlilcli M I- im.n rtl.1.. _ _A woman, Mlw Klcalior Onuero.1, Icml, Iho of Her Implreil by the ofhtrLilhrr'' train. JAMKS MAX w. .Surveyor ltlh.t HCCMUW H u IKH llulmmit. I'amwU for Riirdeu imttles nre llnwl wllh loie color, nud decouited with n wiiiith oflloweni ollUUlo with fur __ _ All qulcklr ronlfulled Iliniiuoia lumilr. KtnVAUD HAKOW................... c.KOHGi: AGNlXM.WOltSLKY.................... II. 1IAYIW................................ couifii.H. lltNUV C. WIM.IAMS................. JOHN H. JOHN1 H. liOIUJ...................... MICIIAKI.SIIIKI...................... lUHlKNKOlM.ETT.................. TIIOMAH II. KKKWKH............. olIN OLE A. UITAX j. c. IICN.IAMIN IIAIMtlSON........ JiHIN l.I'LAUSONS...................... COON......... :u HAWKS....................... AMLT.I.W. IIIISISTIAN H. tuiiT D. i. uii.iir.KT............ II. HVITKN-..... r.uWAK'Dii. r. IOHN c. JOHN c. KOCII............................. w. JACKSON.................. i___ ATI.I'.V I'liTKIWoN.......................I----- JAMISo'Nr.II.I...........................'----- ciiANix.r.if............ JOHN n. mn.i.ucic...................... JAMKS I- Hi: _ iir.si.'Y J. S. HI.AKEY JOHN JONES.. cooi'int............. THOMAS J. ANTON HA'ITKUHI.AIV TIIOMAH H. HKHWIM.. D. C. ISAKCII................................ olIN DIXON.............................. WM.MAMM.HUUMW.VY-........ WIM.IAM 11UATTY.................. WAI.TKIUM-'ANCHPE............ OTTO K. JOHN w. FUANK M. KOIIOITH.............. HAYI5SO. KNIGHT................ GKOIHii: W, WAU.I'lt............ I For AUieiulment to Subdivision of Section SI, of Article IV, of tho Conntitution, AgniiiHt Aniendmont to Stibdivinion of of Article IV, of ConHtitution,   

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