The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, October 18, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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Very Amateur Singer (at evening
party sings* "Oh, lot me like a sol-
dier fall!" Agonized liuest You cer-
tainly should if 1 had a gun anywhere
"Why. I didn't know you were ac-
quainted with old Moneywog?"
"How long have you known himv
"About three ye rn at ten per cent."
Sandstone: "Weren't you dancing
w ith Miss Calloway last night?" Fid-
dleback: "Yes. Ilow did y.ou know'.'
**I saw her go into a chiroptnUst's this
"John," said the grocer, "you may
order a couple 'o dozen of them plain
cups and saucers and four dozen break-
fast plates I hear that Mrs. (Jrimes
has quit doing hen own work and l a>
hired a girl."—Hoston Transcript.
Built on the solid foundation of pore,
healthy blood I* real mid hinting. As
long as you have rich red Mood you will
have no Blckin •-
When you allow your blood to become
thin, depleted, robbed of the little red
corpuscle* which Indicate Its quality,
you will bccomu tired, worn out, lose
your appetito and strength and disease
will soou have you In Its grasp.
Purify, vitalize und curich your blood,
and keep It pure !>v taking
The One True Blood Purlllcr prominently
in tko public eye. $1. All druggists.
WILL KEEP YOU D&Y.
Since tf£t I have he- n a
greal «itJferer from eatanh.
I tried Elt/'a Claim Buhti,
and to all (ippeuimiter* am
cur*l. Tenihle hemldhre
from which 1 had louy
feral arc gum.' IV. J. Hitch•
cock, Late Major r tilted
State* Voluuh fra ,ni(i a. a.
General, tinfalo, y.
ra>>a(«i,Allti>B fain nixi Inn.unmu'iiiii.lli . ■
tho Hoi-hr, protecth ilia MoiuIiihik- from Culda, lt<-
Btoimthe HmiResof Ta*te ami Tho liulm is
qutckly absorbed ami gives relief at oner.
A particle Is applicU Into mi-Ii no-ti II ami U imiv.-.
hI>I«. 1'rlco SOeiMiia ut Druggists or by ninll.
ELT ER0THER3, 50 Warren St., WewYoik.
IA SPEC!ALT Y'.
TROLLty GARS AND PILLS-
rrofli Um K ** ilag News Wswarli. N J
Mrs. Anna Uiirus. of 1-'^ I'laue Street
Newark. N. J . N a dec-hit .11 v pretty bru
netto, twenty-six ytars old tall, and m
pleasant conversatiiuialUt. On the jjrouni
floor of her residence *-1• conducts a wel
ordered candy-tore Whi u our rejmrter
vi-«.t *d her r he iu response t.> a que®
lion told him a very interesting story.
"UiUJ about t wo months age" sha began
**1 enjoyed the very best of health and
could work night and day If ne 'e^nry.
Suddenly, and without any apparent cause.
I ticgau to sull'i-r from inietw pains in m>
head, in my Hull's and teii'ule< Almost ,
distrurted with this heeimuxb ne\ er e 1
itig pain, i tried curs after < -re. pie . rip
tlou after prescription and almost a gallon
of medlcino of all ki. de Nothing did iu<-
auyaoo l In fact I bscuuiewoi*e The !
knuckles <-t aiy hsinb-oou be- aine cramped
and the pain in my hij• I ocnme more u.ii
more distressiug each day business iu the
store had to be attended to. however, and
■o 1 Was oblige i. suffei big a I ws to keep
mora or It si on raj f'#>t and ocoasi naliyl
was for. od to co out I'lliwas the <>rde '1 I
dieaded. Much time I nit out I trembled
when 1 came near.the car track-, for mj
pain at times was so severe that I «
obliged to stand perfectly still no matter
where I was On ouo occasion I was sei/.e i
this way while I was crossing tin* Irark- on
Market Street and there I Mood perfe-ti)
rigid, uaal'lo lo neve hand or foot wi de a
trolley ear came thundering along 1'or
tunately It was stopped before il struck mo
but the dread of it all hisle I as long "s m>
pain, for 1 never knew when « rossing tlio
tracts, whether I would not drop to the
ground in my agou> and l *cru-lisd to |
death. My anxiety to get well grew apace
und 1 had about given up in despair when
i raw iu the ' I.veiling •><•«> one day. an
0 : \ art isami at of Dr. t^iiatiia' PI c ri
Here was iii-thing I ha,In I trad bid. n.
ami 1 ioit no time in getting to the nearest
drug store There I | aid lift y cents for ti
box of ttie-c truly womb fill, health re-tor
ing pill v before I had Huh. >ed taking half
of the pills I begun to feel relieved the
oaiuN in my hips gradually disappeared and
for the flrMt time in man> dn\ 1 felt as if
there was some hope. I continued lo take !
the pills and tho more I took, the better 1
felt I finished one box, got another and
Row,ha^ iug taken oidv a! of tin eend
filly cents worth, I am free from all pain
and as happy as the day is lone Siia e I :
'a«gan to take I>r. Williams Pink bills 1 !
have gained thirtv pound.. and nov. when 1 !
orosH the ear tracks I don't care if there is
« dozen vehicles i earby It is m great relict ,
1 assure yon, and suffering humanity baa a I
nc ver tailing friend in Mr Williams'Pink !
Pills for Pnh People. I know what 1 aui
talking about Ispeak from experience " i
i 'i i i i.o's £lnk Pill contain In icon
float d form J nil The fie uenla nscessnry to
give new life and richness to tlie blood and
restore shaitered nerve They ur. nis i a
Ipeeifle for troubles iieoulhir to families,
lueh as suppre-sioii's. irregtilni'itie* and all
forms of weakness In men the> etl'ect a
radical cure iu all canes arising from ment-
al worry overwork or cxcesse- of whatever
••attire. Pink Pills are sold in boxe- at 60
tents a b or six box< - foi fto, and tuai
. e had >'f all drupni-i- > i .llie ' bv mail
[rom Dr. H ililams I Co . Ht bonat tu b
"Tommy, the doirtors is savin' thftt
icissin' is upt to brood sickness!''
"1 know. Hut we men ha . to tnlce
risks iu everything!" Lib .
Wife (tearfully i. You b.:!ve broken
your promise! Iht.sband (kissin/f her)
Nevermind, my deur don't cry: I'll
muke you u not her.
"Dad, what's a miracle?" " A mir-
acle. Hobby, is that which cannot be I
accomplished by man alone." "Is get- '
ting married a miracle, dad.'"
FREE TRADERS HAVE NO USE
FOR SUCH INSTITUTIONS.
Krgaril Tlieui im *'I>ancsrna " to CIk-h|i
l.%bor Mint Monopoly M«*a« Approve
I rrm Imports Of Foreign 1'rUon Mnde
^nforc-omprt of Buch a policy In thp Unl- would apply to a great many more ln-
ted StateH, that Is with the Idea of ben- <lustries If they had received. In th'1
olitlng the American iron Industry. past years,' the nncouraseni.-nt to whi'.h
The conetriu tlon of* new furnaces ihev are entitled. This country ouslr.
stopped In 1878, and the number of fur- for instance, to be exporting tin Plato
nacei in blast In South Staffordshire lai'Ke quantities instead of buying it
decreased from 1"8 in I 71 down to IS from Great Bji iln. The flippant writer |
in March, Jand la last June With bo riam'or fur the dev lopment of oh: .
Hie reduction In (he number of furnaces export trade by opening the gates ti!
In blast the output per furnace per foreign products of all kinds do nut
annum Increased from C.720 tons in l>now how American manufacture
1871 to 1 l,3«U tons In 1894. The total have with difflcuity acquired n footir ; !
Highest of all ia Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Carried away by its
output of the furnaces, however, fell abroad and retained it.
off from 725,716 tons in 1N71 down to "bled them to do ii
considerably less than half—-315,021
tons in 1891.
| The history of the puddling furnaccs
j is somewhat similar. IJetwet n 1871 and
j 1887 there was a falling off of nearly
I 1.000 in the number erected, and be-
tween 1882 and 1893 a decrease of 642 in
i the number working. The production
I of puddled iron reached its highest
| point, 718,IMO tons, in 18811, and fell to
"89,013 tons in 1894. It can hardly be
said that the policy of free-trade in tho
United Kingdom has been beneficial to
the iron Industry of South Staffordshire.
Moreover, it is never likely to be.
I UK h nd• I'on 11 ry Value*.
Will you kindly tell me the value of
the eggs pun based in this country an-
nually? if you have not tho exact fig-
ures please give it approximately.
J. E. JONES.
St. Louis, Mo.
No account was taken of the hen
product of this country until the census
of 1880, when it was found that we had
pproximatf lv lno.uno.nnij fowl* in i ! .•
United States, laying nearly 475,000,-
900 dozen eggs. During the subsequent
ten years the number of fowls had moro
than doubled, though the increa
! s ado entnu-
■ wm ;x
Few things are more ludicrous
As we grow old we become more
foolish and more wise.
Petticoat rule has come to be a mean-
ingless phrase nowadays.
Chinamen should make good pool
players. They have all their own
the last general annual meeting of th<
members of the Cobden club, which was
held in London Aug. 17. Lord Farrer
seems to have been spokesman of th«?
day and ho noted with satisfaction an
appoach to free-trado in the Australian
colonies,and the United States. At th"
same time, however, Lord Farrer found
it necessary to "strongly advise ail free
traders to keep a careful watch upon
Lord Salisbury's doings," as ho "wished
to have protective duties upon foreign
manufactures in order tho better to
tight the foreign tariffs."
We aro not surprised to find Lord
Farrer regarding trade tlnlons as "dan-
gerous." hecati.se they always must b<
in free-trade countries where the sole. — - — ....
dealre <>f the manufacturers is to d - the egg product was not ao great, doubt- tory of the cuBtoms at New York, under
press the value of labor and make men. less because of the greater consumption j McKinley 1.ill, approached these re-
! ceipts within $50,000.
As for ourselves, we would much j
rather hear of "banner days" at Ameri- j
can factories, on which more goods
would ho made and more wages paid j
Binx calls his doctor his biographer
for the reason that lie is at work upon
How happy our neighbors might be
if they would do only as we think they
c light t > do.
A Kllcnt for 11 •*11 .
When your kidney* und blatM r urn inactive
they nro making h lent ai>jioal fur help. Don't
diareitard it, but with Hosteller"* Stomach Bit tors
eafoly impel them to activity, 'l tiey are in imme-
diate danger, mid it itt foolhiirdin ess to phut one -
eyes to the fact. He wise in tituo, too, if you ex
perience manifestations of dyapopsia, malaria,
rheumatism, constipation or nerve trouble. The
Kilters before a meal adds xest to it.
than J If it hadn't been for the hot winds
, Iowa might have bad corn to burn this
Prospective boarder: "IV> you have
good milk?'1 Summer landlord: "Do
we! Why, this place is only forty
minutes j'rom the citv."—Life,
Ten-year darky bo}'; "Mammy inain*
my. I can't reach the roosting place on
my toes." Mammy Johnsing: "Stan1
! on your heels chile. Ain't you got no
I Itavo t
arher's (ilneer Tonlo
-■on a ii ' In r. ami no will you any
tli li r. vtt'UlzliiK properties.
market, where ma*
lit a little the prict
cently: "Yesterday was the banner day
of tho custom house. The entries for
customs were 1,519 and tho receipts
were $438,265.95. No day in the his-
__ I ondaryorTei#
iury Jtl.O( |> 1'OI.VON permanent if
eured In JAto.'tA days. \ oucan be treated nt
homo forsnmo pru-onniierh.mioK tin ran-
rjr. If you prnfer toeomohoro we will ron.
kract to pay rail road laioandholeibllls.aiid
nochsrpe. if we fall to cure 11 you bare taken incr •
fury, loil|tlo ootimli, and Mill have nelies und
pains. Mnoons I'llti-hes Iu month, Sore Throat,
lMuiplitii, 4'opprr Colorrtl Spots, Clet-rN on
any partof tlio 0.-«Jr. llulror Kvehr« \va falllntr
out, It, Is tl.ii Hccoutlury Itl.ilOlk I'DInon
we ruarnnteetocure. We noliclttho in •• t ohsti-
unto times und cliiillciiico the world for u
case we cannot co re. This disease bus always
buRleil tin* skill of the moat, eiuinrul pliysl-
cmns. WSOH,O0t capital behind our uneondU
UoNnl (ruaranty. Aliaoluto proofs fert sealed on
Bpplienth.n. Address COOK. ItKMIDY (<>.,
ao? Aluaonio Touiplc, 4'illCAti<>, ILL,
tut nut mid send this AdvertUnnieut.
FITS > M: ii<| "
JVecvi- Hehtorei*. < r n ■..uu i • • • ■ m ■ . ■>
Marvelou . urcs. van Itei i i
Mli jncn i.UtoL>r. Klict-.J Ai cUbt.,1 ; •
(udiig! This was the tempt in;
tice lately exhibited by a d :i!
cheap shirts; "They won't last
at t his price."
Cumso—A good sewing- inac'ii
said to do the work of of twelvi
men. Do you believe that, t ;i \
t awker—No. It can't talk.
ir Iln- lluby Im t'litllTiK 'refill
Do sure and u i thut«>ldaud well tried leu
„ -X.: • i~. . 1 . . ■ |f3>6a7ey
■ ■•V1. :,'iowi!l aomiiiT £>■' *oMM. *<*>: '(Oinill. . Sornilf. :
Powuls-. I'ounuj ,f , Pounds .Hainida. Pounds, ; :
'' ~ f '"7' ' *T ^2S.030,330 j~
E xport oj TalloiM
]or the tiuo jisca! jears
.ending June30; I89H and 1095
"I love you passionately, Maud—be
mine." "I cannot, Gerald. 1 always
said I would marry a brunette, and
you aro such a pronounced blonde."
"That will enable me to prove what 1
have so often told you. I will dye for
your sake."—Harper's lia/.ar.
"There's one good thing about the Lung trouble of Mire
w lieu fitm 1
Fortune is lik
nv times if you
will fall. '
.1 list how tt (loce it is not the <i net ion.
to kuow that Illudereoroa lake* otlt thu
• • 1 i > '- ini i ift it is. i".i- at druggist*
The devil loves the man who takes
better care of his mule than ho doeg
of his wife.
I will utt< r what 1 believe today, if
it should contradict all I said yester-
The devil hates.
ap was a friend of
than ever before. There is something
absurd in this boasting of the influx of
foreign goods at a time when many
worthy people are out of work and many
more are working for low wages.
Tho McKinley bill can stand the im-
melancholy days of autu
Sneersby. "that's that?" "When a
man gets a plain, ordinary cold* he
can't go about calling it "hay fever.' "
A printer being asked if he was a
West-Pointer said no, he was a setter.
The inventor of f
Piso's Cure cured me of a Throat and
said 10. (-vnv, Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12, lh94,
"How are you succeeding ut keeping
house in the country, Mr. Hill?"
"First rate at that, but the neigh*
bor.s have borrowed almost every thing
Is a fish csa/.y when its in-a-seine?
Customer; "Waiter, just look at
this spoon, it's dirty. Somebody has
Tli.it Joyful l-'ofllnj;.
With the exhilerating sen-o of renewed
plied sneer in the above paragraph. II j health and strength and internal cleanli-
dtd not destroy foreign commerct as Its ness which follows the uso of Syyip of been drinking chocolato with it
opponents held it would, but it held in Figs is unknown to the lew who have j uiitl it lrtsn t
check foreign imports that competed 1 progressed beyond the old time mod-
with homo industries. If wa; not ' jV,'"es *V d the cheap substitnt.'s s uno-
... , ., . i tinier ollered but never accepted by the
framed to create a "banner day at the I well informed.
custom house. i
"Look hero here, Cellarwet, wliv
Whan Free Imports Were l,ir*e*t. | don't .VOU kill that CUr of yours? He
From the last report of the Bureau of I nms °ut ant^ ^arliS at me every time I
Statistics we aro enabled to present a ! Puss- cs, the blame democratic
summary of our imports during tho last | Pu ^ speak to anybody."—Truth.
six years, as follows:
Free of duty,
duty. Per ct
m your Back, your Mus
clcs, your Joints, your
Head, and all diseases of
Impure Blood, arc caused
by sick kidneys.
Sick kidneys can be
cured, strengthened, re
Tliey relieve the pains,
purify the blood, cure all
disease* of which sick kid
neys are the cause. At all
druggists, for 50c. per box,
or mailed postpaid on re
ceipt of price.
II rite for pamphlet,
HOBB'S MEDICINE CO.
there are no fools in in oui family. '
She—"Sir, you forget yourself. \Yu
York Hera id.
"That's a very blurred picture
ture you carry in your watch." Yes
it's a composite photograph of my
engagements " Life.
"Kan&ou'B Maffic Corn Snlve."
wftrraitttnl t<> cum -m m.> ■:un.ithi \-\ i
di ugtflni tor It. Pi L-e i '■ n-n,
Some men lose their ncrxe when
they go to n dentist's, and others wish
they hadn't any to lose.
i The boy who is to rUle his sister's
I bicycle is one of the most pathetic fig-
ures to be seen in everyday life. |)t-u
Indigo is the sap < f the
i got era
2lty of Toledo, Lu
s b t fBB*.* Bare 'been 'teftcd and
Rowell & Chase Machinery Co.
1114 Went 11thStreet,
KANSAS CITV, MISSOl HI.
"JOSiES IIE PATH Till: FIICIUIIT.
Farm and VVa^on
United StatesSUudiml #AII 5i/es and All Kindf.
Not made by a trust or ct>ntroll ;d by a ro<nbinati* N
lor Frre Ho.>k aiui l'rict Lbt, address
«IO\i:-4 of ItlXflllAHTON,
Bta|haatoai N. Y.. ir. ti 1
Examination an.l Advtreai t > rutantabilltr of In
vpiithm. Peud f. r "Iiiventnra' Oulii*, or Ilow to Get a
i'fctent. f ATRiCK O'FAlUtKLL, Washington, J>. .
_ HAIfif BALSAM
Cu:c.« r lp i
k !,',r T u*Cu«n|'*iif, llrM4 i
Beat cough Sy
PI:.to of Ohio
Frank J. Cheney nialirs t that lie
Ih the Benlor partner «>f the Urm <>f V.
.1. Cheney <• Co.. dolti? busiii- >-s In the
City of Toledo, County and St tl>- afore-
said, and that said liVm will pay the j
Bum of One linn.lied Dollars for ach
and every can- of Cat .trh that eannat
li. cured by Ihe use of Hull ■ Catarrh !
Cure. FRANK .1. CHION'KY.
Sworn to before me and su'iacrlhed In
my presence this «' ili dav of December,
A. I ISS6. A \Y. OLRAHON.
(Seal) Not ury Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal-
ly and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces -f tin system. Send
for testimonials, free
F. J. CHENEY it CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists; 7.V.
Hall's Family Pills. 25c.
"The thief who broke into my shop
last night," said the false hair mer-
chant, "reminded me very much of n
fire-cracker." "How was that?" asked
his friend "He went off with a bang,'
sighed the hair merchant.
Dismal Dawson- llow do you stand
on de tinaucjal question? Everett
Wrest—I am a little bit puzzled. 1
ain't sure whether it means sixteen
beers for a dollar, or sixteen gallons.
Is thaoldwt an,I m. I will tm-.ik i.p n C> I nnl'^cr
lliau au> thing eUc. it l.t ai aya lvllablo To it.
As soon as a woman gets a lot of
new clothes she discovers that she is
Tommy—I'aw, what is the board of
education? Mr. 1 igg—In the days
when 1 went to school it was a pine
Requicscat in Pace.—Over the grave
jf the cannibal king they inscribed
with trenchant pen this t pitaph:
j "Write me down as one who loved his
Clerk—Yes, sir! That's one of the
best clocks we have iu the store. It
1 goes eight days without winding.
Hayseed—Is that so? How long do
you figure she ll go when sou do wind
women and children work for the low-
est possible wages. A tendency was
noted in England among the working
men to "stop foreign importation," and
when this tendency was united with
that "of capitalistic producers to try
and get protection for themselves there
was no knowing what mischief might
have been the consequence."
From one who regards trade unions
as "dangerous" it is but natural to find
an opinion favorable to the free use and
importation of goods made by prison
labor in other countries, Lord Farrer,
saying t^ar "th" stopp-o'e of the s 11•
of prison made goods was wrong—eco-
nomically, socially and morally." The
free-trade branch of tho Cobden club,
which has its headquarters at the tariff
reform club in New York, has not yet
dared to go as far as Lord Farrer in
advocating the free importation .and
sale in this country of goods made in
A radical member of the Cobden
club, Mr. J. S. Leadam, urged "that the
free membership of the dub should he
maintained so that they might protect
a ministry favorably disposed toward
free-trado against the assaults of their
own misguided fallacies." While the
Cobden club greeted approvingly (Hear!
Hear!) this suggestion of protection for
an administration "favorably disposed
Will it <
of broilers. The exact figures are as
Census. Fowls. & Turkeys. Doz.Eggs.
1890 ...268,472,155 26,816,545 817,211.1 16
1S80 ...102.265,653 23,234,687 456,875,030
A number o
with the reque
shall be grantf
whence they a
markets of the
Inc. I :."j .- .si x:.s ..:r • .
The increase in the number of fowls
was 153 per cent, between 1880 and 1890,
and of eggs 79 per cent. Estimating the
value of our eggs as being worth twelve
cents a dozen on the farm the year
through, we would have the ei-, upph
of the United State, worth $15,0 )0,000 in
1879, and $98,000,000 in 1889. This is,
perhaps, a high estimate for the 1893-1
period under the threat of free-trade.
Taking the farm value of the fowl at l!5
cents, we should have $64,618,039 ;is the eel a hi sdfep
representative value of all American land's Iron Tr
hens. Adding this to the $98,000,000 fo.-
eggs, we get $162,618,039 as the value oi
the fowl crop of the United States. This
is 150 per cent, greater than the value
of all Amerieau sheep this year, and
$02,000,000 greater than their value in
1890. Our imports*of eggs have largely
increased under the Gorman tariff.
hence the value of the American hen
may now be lower.
' ending Dutiable.
1 June 30.
! 1890 ...$523,641,780
1891 .... 478,674,844
j 1892 .... 369,402,804
1893 .... 421,856,711
| 1894.. .. 275,199,14a 379,796,006 57.98
1 1895.. .. 368,729,601 363,228,274 49.02
In 1890, when the McKinley law went
into operation, only one-third of our to-
tal imports were free of duty. During
the fiscal year of 1S94 nearly two-thirds
j of our total imports came in free of dn-
j ty. But in 1895, the first year of tho
Gornran tariff, less than half of our tni-
1 ports were free of duty.
I Warden: "What did that woman
I give the prisoner?" Turnkey: "Only
a piece of pie she baked for him her-
self." Warden: "Great heavens! Get
it away from him quick, before he
! makes a saw of the crust and escapes."
--Detroit Free 1'i^bs.
neon washed." Waiter
(with emphasis): "That, sir, is not
chocolate; it's verdigris."—Pick-Me-
Revised Version—Whatsoever a man
seweth ho shall also rip.
When a public man is' called "Hon-
est Bill," or "Old Reliable Jack," It is
high time to investigate his accounts.
lie—Kissing is utterly foolish unless
the couple be alone. She (looking
around)—Where did mamma go?
>V!< I11TA—VOL. S, NO. 48.
J) HI. ET*__
sore spot, green, |
black, or blue, is :
uiuciv, or Diue, is a rar rat r«« ^ «.
THE ' £>&£> El
POTS r'° ST. JACOBS OIL it™
CUT. ST IS MAGICAL.
■ appro u ho|) M.
;t that special facilities
I for the export of cer-
products to Hamburg, i
e destined to enter the
Confluent. Tiio wares'
'—fj Tlio groat success
i tho Imnca r\f Wa
chiefly affected are cotton, woo
silk goods of Russian manufacti
celaiu .« •, and conft
riilt'klnt; the 10n(fie.
The cable letters from London tell
how the Englishmen are making much
of Americans this year. They can af
ford to on the bond deal alone, to *. ;
nothing of the great revival of British
manufacturing and trade consequent
upon the passage of the Gorman-Wilson
bill. Englishmen would be ungrateful
the chocolate preparations of
tho house of Waiter Baker & Co. (established
in 1780) has led to the placing oh the market
|§K£l^many misleading and unscrupulous imitations
•jysC °f their, name, labels, and wrappers. Walter
i.- Baker Si Co. aro the oldest and largest manu-
t ■ facturers of puro and high-grade Cocoas and
' j",", Chocolates on ti is continent. No chemicals are
j . ■ used in their manufactures.
t 11 Consumers should ask for, and be sure that
' they get, the genuine Walter Baker & Co.'s goods.
WALTER BAKER & CO., Limited,'
mi, i $
\ sni > iHsuru shelved.
The outlook Is becoming clearer. The
attempts made to concentrate public at-
tention on the currency question hav
failed signally. It would have gratified
free-traders to have sown strife among
the protectionists by creating new is-
sues. Such strife might have undoubt-
edly weakened the protectionist cause
and enabled free-traders to accomplish
their aims stealthily. But the patriot-
ism and intelligence of the people have
saved them from any such misfortune.
Protectionists are earnest, active an 1
united. They arg strong in number-
and are gaining in strength all the time. ,
They are refraining wisely from dis-
putes over details aud holding firmly to
the broad principles on which protec-
tion to home industry is founded.
< upturlnt? tlio Mirket<i
Why |he West <;rov
toward free trade," there was not one
word said in favor of protection for j Protectionist sentiment continues
English industries or English wage ! strong and active in the great West. In
earners. the South it is also developing more
The suggestion that the club should1 J,n'l more. Why? Because the value
adopt and support the principle of bl- nnJ benefit of manufactures are better
metallism Vas frowned down b> th known ami understood among places
chairman, as it might "lead to differ- that have few or 110 factories, than in
ences in the club." It was evidently the industrial centers of the Bast. The
thought advisable to leave the money resolute, energetic pioneers who
question in the hands of the American building up states such as Moutan
branch of tho Cobden club, the tariff the Dalcotas and Washington, regard
reform institute at New York. the establishment of new industries as
Editorial criticism from the Manches- the onjy sound basis of prosperity. Such
wlien you buy inferior soap
instead of the genuine
dogs not to cuddle the innocents th
pluck.—Tribune, Salt Lake, Utah.
IP $ j
The favorite of every woman who ever used it
either in the laundry or for all around the house
H cleaning. Sold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, ST. LOUIS.
ter Courier indicates that the free
traders are hard up in England as well
as in New York. "They are unable t<>
maintain their publications, as 'a ques-
tion of funds' prevents them." The
same trouble exists here, hut "tin
placid old fogies" of the Tariff Reform
Free-Trade club appealed to the protec-
tionists for funds lo aid them in the
dissemination of their destructive lit-
erature In this country. We are very
sorry to say that many protectionists
have unwittingb aided their enemy.
men study practically
commonwealths, aud become, as the
result, active, zealous protectionists.
I'rotvrtlun Ineren e« K\porta. *
Protectionists desire earnestly an ex-
pansion of our export trade. Their
policy Is to establish firmly home in-
dustries aud let American ingehuit;-
and enterprise do the rest. Thus, the
manufacture of watches at Waitham.
Mas*., Elgin, 111., aud elsewhere has
been followed by the export of Ameri-
can watches to Europe
Iron Trade ami Free Trade. America and AllStrali
Some Interesting statistics are fur- trade is due primarily to the success:
niihed by Rylsnd's Iron Trade Circular, attained at home Under protection. If
published at Birmingham, of Aug. 24. v did not first make good watches at
They give the condition of the Iron in Waitham and elsewhere we could not
dustry at South Staffordshire. England have encountered Swiss competition
under free-trade. The result hardly abroad. What is true ot the watch in-
The democratic Macon (Ga.) Te
graph Bays: "It would be an exceed
ingly useful lesson to some big-headed
politicians for Kentucky to electa re
ire publican governor this fall." Repub-
licans have said the same. If the)
elect a republican in Kentucky, how-
ever, they will likely seat him and not
do as they did down in Tennessee. The
growth ( f ijr,> • is coming when the peopl south
of the Ohio will grow tired of the par'y
whose dishwashing and boot-tdacking
tl-ey have dt^ju for the past qvartcr 1
An eastern writer says "the king of
Siam has five white elephants." Poor
man! he is to be pitied. I'ncie Saai
has one. It Is more than he wants, and
it will be swapped off in March, 1897.
If Mr. Cleveland is really determined
Mexico, South to remain in politics, we are sure tint
This export there would he no objection on the pirt
of the country at large If he returned
to Buffalo and ran for sheriff again.
siiews conditions that would jitlUly, tho i dustry is (rue ot many others.
Hon. Wat Hardin, o; Kentucky. L
sutiering the usual consequence of a
man with one foot 011 shore and tiQ
It other in a boat.—Syracuse Post.
If you have borrowed from
health to satisfy the demands
of business, if your blood is
not getting that constant
supply of fat from your food
it should have, you must
pay back from somewhere,
and the somewhere will be
from the fat stored up in
The sign of this borrowing is thinness ; the result, nerve-
waste. You need fat to keep the blood in health unless you
want to live with no reserve force—live from hand to mouth.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil is more than a medicine.
It is a food. The Hypophosphites make it a nerve food, too.
It comes as near perfection as good things ever come in this
Rt tunyau grt Scott't JSmu/tlcH tvhtn ytu want it,md not a cheaptuistitute
Scott & Bowne, New York. All Druggists. 50c. and $|,
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