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ABOUT sins. OF THE WIFE PRESIDENTIAL BRYAN. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE. la an 1'p to Data Woman la Every Krapart A Drap Tlilnk.r, bat Navar-thrlaUnaily Attached to tha Hum. Ciri'la Kha m HE is one who will bp the most popular person In the United Statea and the next mistress of the White House.' That la huw the chairman of the Salem celebration Introceremonies duced Mrs. William Jennings Bryan to the residents of Mr. Bryan's birthplace the other evening. Of course he only meant It as a sort of a compliment, he being a republican addressing a nonpartisan meeting. Wives of presidential nominees are not usually presented to audiences gathered to hear the nominee speak. But this wasn't a purely political meeting. It was a town doing honor to an whose name will be on every tongue for four months, perhaps a future president Every one wanted to see the woman whom that man delights to honor. The situation might have embarrassed any woman. Mrs. Bryan rose from the seat beside her husband and took a step forward. As she turned to the right she bowed to the friends grouped behind her on the platform. With a slight motion she faced the big crowd that covered the green common. As a cheer traveled over the crowd the young woman's eyes smiled a bit Her face whitened a shade from Intensity of feeling, and with another bow to the chairman Mrs. Bryan sank Into her seat again. Of course Mrs. Bryan Is young. They were engaged when she was nineteen and he twenty. It was not, however. works of fiction of the year. It Is am IN TUB ODD CORNER. A eiiran, Nathaniel Hawthorne, whose and delicacy, accuracy of expression every characteristic most appeal to her. SOME QUEER AND CURIOUS Mrs. Bryan doesnt care for fads, FEATURES OF LIFE. such ss hypnotism, palm reading and theosophy. But she does find out what traas Tala Toll by a Driiaatr Wha each means, and has taken an especial Komarkabla SaM Ha Was Rabbad interest In studying the different IMaaiaad bsary Haw Ha Carad Him- and creeds of the world. aalf. if there Is one thing absent from Mrs. Bryan's composition It Is egotism. It E touched the lyre, uiuy be hard for eastern people to un- A hidden fire ' stand Mrs. Bryan's ideas. It Isn't Upsprang, what la coming to her In the event of h a?Ia g With the success of the free-silvticket, it breast la what the people, the great multitude, And strangs unwill gain by It that la in her mind. rest It la Impossible to know the Bryans He sang. and not realize this Even women who don't agree with the ideaa on which Beyond the kea Mr. Bryan etanda admit that Mrs. Of mortal meu Bryan believes entirely In them and He saw. their Justice. That la one thing that And roused again can't be gainsaid. As for all the glory Each peaceful awala turning her head, she la precisely the To war. same woman she always haa been. Those who would naturally In fitful burst criticise her hardest are first to conThs notes at first fess It Arose, Then swept along COL. MCMICHAEL. As river strong Tha Dtatlngutahad Editor of tha Th lla-dOnflow. plila North American. Of triumph sure Colonel Clayton McMlchael, Is the j And peace secure proprietor of the Philadelphia North He told, American, and one of the leading Jour- - j And fired the throng nalista In the country. His career has j With spirit strong been that of a soldier and newspaper j man. When only 17 he enlisted and , And bold. was soon promoted a lieutenant of the j The bugles blew, United Statea Infantry. After a brief The clansmen flew service on the frontier he was trans-- i ferred to the Army of the Potomac, and j To arms; bore a part in all its engagements aa When from the night aid on the staff of General Birney, and A fearful sight later with General Hancock. He was i Alarm twice wounded in battle, and waa bre- vetted for personal bravery. Hr. has j With serried ranks been in charge of the North American A dread phalanx since ISG'j. President Grant In 1872 Appears, tendered him the assistant secretary- - j With Saxon hordes And Saxon sworda ship of the Interior, which he declined, j Colonel McMlchael went to Vienna as And spear . er level-head- ed el I s C'ne for Cratltnit. Time arc getting harder and harder I find it more difficult every day to support my family," said a seedy looking man to HnsKtcr McGinnis on a Dallas street car. "What is your business? I nm a tailor." You ought to he thankful that times are s.i n:il as they are, and that we are nrt living back In the days of Adam rati Eve." and editor of the Stillwater (Mich.! Messengir. S!:e l.t al:-- c a billpo-ce.- . nd Is s:i!'l to be I Dr (illy errn it- tie u !u u'.1 m that L.'ruuaiv.--1- , Pretty g Poll Pills Ayers do rare biliousness, constipation, and all liver trouble Denver Directory. HARNESS best i.tu dou- 1 bo a ble Concord In Colorado With for $1 Z0l breeching, S'J& double team tickets August Still and Din, to St. Paul and baruraa with rot urn from Denver and mailons taking brrecblng fl 831 common point rate at f'iYim. Sec (hat year steel bora atork middle ft r 1 111 ticket a read via (be Union I'acltlc, tka Una Your nearest Ingle buggy haneas for gBO. Do 'not be elected aa the Olllrhtl Rout ticket agent will tril you all about it, or deceived by worlbleaa Imitations but order direct from na and get the lowest wholesale price Catalogue free. All goods stamped. FRED MUELLER, 1418 Lari mar Btreet. Denver, Colorad Well, la Blinker a man of any f.irra?" Good sent for rxamlnatln ho la nur of thuae fellow that rariy palm-lefans around with lltetn all day. Work- - Oflre Albany STATE ORE Sampling llutd lilork, Denver. Pocket red. If (ha Sakr Is t Teeth, erenre buna, v tillable to or hlppei milled tree a aaie and eaa that tM and wetMrtod rrmdy. U STKNOIL Wuaunr'a buotnixu Makr (Or Cblidna laatoiaf. Do NorTy relies ML 1. Ik Hoi SI. What is "Mabel ia drcwl fully vexed." to ker asked tlie matter?" read a paper at an old seniors' mooting." TRUSSES. CRUTCHES j'uUtHIN Bear ML denies. iiabltehcd IKT4 iUk ' artia MrreL Tho Urand Army Republic and Tkair , Uar-uoa- 4, Aa Faermeaa PI Under different aklea Jubilee and Partake of varying chart t eristic In Yorkshire, and In some other parts of England also, every occasion for rejoicing la marked by the baking of arliuge pie, which, after being exhibited, la devoured by all ths i Inhabitants. At Denby Dale, a Yorkshire hamlet, ' for Instance, the other day, the people celebrated the fiftieth anniversary oi the repeal of the Corn laws by con-- 1 structlng an enormous pie six feet six inches wide and ten feet six Inches long. The dimensions of the Indlges-- j tlon which followed are not given. This la not so large aa the pie that this same village buIR on mother an-- 1 nlversary some yearn ago, which was, drawn through the place with thirty- - j one horses, headed by three brass j bands, and was afterward put away un-- 1 der tha waistcoats of the Denby Daler ; af altl'i . Friend Have selected the Union I a rifle aa flm Official Route to Kl. i'aul, Minnreuta, and turn. Tickets ou sole Aukuki noth and Slat, at lew than one fare fur tbe round trip. Kvo them about It at their otUce, (Hi 17lb Kl, comer Curtis. uMlm Iwitiel, you are not at all Ilka other "Tint to nut a cnnipllnieut, Mr. girl" Kpoouer; you almuld nay that olbor girls aro not at all like me." I believe my prompt na of ITao's Cun Lucy prevented quirk Hiuximiptliin. Mr 18U Wallace, Marquette, Kuna.. Dec. lit, Sunday Krtiiad Truiliiv What la your definition of en Ihinral man. Juiiiiutol Johnnie, whom father to a ward politician A man who ala;- - lamglil wlteu lie la bought. Cram at to In Pari A special service of sanitary police' looks after tbe health of the city. Ai series of disinfecting stations is main-- ! talned, with modern ovens and other ! appliances for treating articles brought from infected homes. Tarlatans de-- , mand that their cemeteries be within' walking distance of the city. As the city le very old, millions of people have ' died within Its narrow limit This is the most difllcult problem that the' health authorities have to deal with. They are trying to do away with tha obstinate. Ignorant prejudice against cremation. About 8,000 cremations a year take place now. Tbo municipal!- - ( ity encourages this Innovation aa much aa possible. Catarrh (era Is a constitutional cure. Tricep 7be. llal-- SMOKE CRY CLIMATE CICARS SiiJ fr rlffn. nJI tij(i Cu,s mTl Anpihw MU Coo-- s) pass iirira US fra GROCERIES at HiHen Wliulawla Alow udliuka. aulan map SL All iieiisga roll IStb aS tilk MINING MACHINERY U Iniluitlla. Dump ollu Engine ftp Beal Standard FI i ting Falrlutnki' run I'lai.a and rxtlma.i-- fnmlsti(l. IHindeuea soil Ited. FAiRRANKR. MORSE A t:u 17th A Waxes Wt. Denver. s A IX GROUKKK HAVE, OR CAN GET SILVER STATE BAKING POWDER aH-a- ASSAY OFFICE uaSurow KstahUsbed to Colorado, IMS. Romples by nail or xprvaa will raeatvs prompt aad cartful attimloa GOLD AND SILVER BULLION MaHad and Aaaayad or Parvksaad. I7M aad I7U Lamass SL. PENVBL COLfll Ralaod, A44fta Denver Public long Works, appli- ance which would enable them to write without difficulty on board a train while in motion. The little tables that are fixed to tho side of a palace car do not meet the purpose, as the vibration of the train la felt, and sudden curves I cause allpe of the pen. A German railroad haa been j juat equipped with an appliance which Is said to work well It la a board br tr.n, bu.! elastic cord which not only prevent vibration, but the swinging motion of the car le not communicated. A small charge is made for the use of thir winging desk. A AOHIMBT Hepatre of MINING PRINTING Machinery, rtc. Ptim threading and aatUug. Kock A tarldeUIMT lmh ab Klevalur TOR LAID: CALL UR ADDRESS H UINUiNKK RLULR, bUI ABAPA- I'IMVKU. Kll.r, . Railroad Writing Dash. Travelers on railroads have hoped for the invention of an K I AND With tbe Ice ftcclug In M.inlbilia and yet TRIPLE NASH'S EXTRACTS. low fever In (lulia. it la dilUrull to und fault with the p rearm lucatiuu uf the United If you Inula) on having throe goods yon will have no mare failure. Ii. baking. Write flnr Stale sample. KkKIl VMITII TKA A COFFEE CO Waxeo Ht., Denver. OaL use "Don't look ao gram, I'llkertuu; Cost cheery Words they coal unlbiiig." 1 ten words to If cheery nothing? E. E. BURLINGAMES my wife aba asks me fur aunie money." I Is It a Rip Story f H. J. Boutellette Is a traveling salesman from New York, who haa had a room at 200 Ontario street, Chicago. The other afternoon he told Mr R. L. Baldwin, from whom he rented the room, that he expected company. Then he left the house, as he salJ, for short time. The comprny called during hla absence, but at Mrs. Baldwin's request remained until Boutellette returned. A few minutes after Boutellette reappeared the "company," who was A. B. Kennedy, alias LeClalre Miller, waa taken from the house prisoner. Kennedy waa charged with robbery, and in hla pockets were revolver, a bottle of chloroform, several cartridges and pawn tickets, one for a watch belonging to Boutellette. At the police station Boutellette told this story; "It was In front of the Palmer house when I met a stranger. We got acquainted, and I Invited him to my room. We played cards until 2 m. Then my acquaintance o'clock produced a revolver and ueraanded my I gave them to money and valuable him. Then he ordered me to go to bed. I did it. He disrobed and donned He sat down, held the remy clothe volver on me, and smoked a cigar While he smoked he announced that he usually had a partner, but waa without one, because the police had packed up his old one. Then ue asked me If I did not wish to become hla partner, and I said I would think about It and would give him my answer. He m. Sunday morning smoked from 2 until 8 o'clock, and then left the house. Today Just before he was to return to see If I desired to become a highwayman I went for a policeman," Shes Just "poll parroting." Theres no prettineaa in pills, except on the theory of pretty ia that pretty doe" In that esaa ahes right. ; Runs la tha Fa mil)'. Henry county, Ky., girl who eloped and waa married at Jeffersonville, IntL, the other day Is the youngest dsughter in a family of twenty-on- e children, and all of her ten sisters have sloped to the same town ia tho last three years and hare been mairlcd by the same magistrate. The bride le but 18 yean of age, and stated that she had heard sc much of the squire in question she would allow no one else to marry her, and she eloped in opposition to her parents' wishes and despite the protests of her husband. She embraced the squire as soua as the ceremony was over. Anyhow, the old man oughtn't to kick, He Is In tho coat of ten wedding Tubas for Carrying Mall. tube ia under consideration for carrying mail between the New York and Brooklyn poetofflee If built It will cross the bridge and b operated by electricity or pneumatic pressure. The bridge trustees ask a rental nl $8,000 for the first two years and $8,000 a year thereafter. It ia stated that ths poetofflee department is willing to pay from $14,000 to $15,000 a year to a company that will transport ths mail by tube. The plan would greatly expeIIow Ha Carad HlMBalfc dite the Interchange of ietti'ni between For many, many years," said the the two cities, and it is to bo hoped as built man, he leaned tall, heavily that It may be carried out against the bar and faced the small crowd of hangers -- on that clustered A Iarllig ling. around him, I was troubled, annoyed, positively afflicted, with a raging, "Possum," a email e petted dng beburning thirst for strong drink and al- longing to Cnpt. John T. Jones, of . coholic beverages. I sought relief in i Ky.. has ilevrlopeti Into s i I or the advice sought way. Tohsuui" snak'-hi horns every jiaicr. of friends. Altli the borm-- .; r.t ('apt. Jouva' stable physicians anil thp rnun.-rtI trtotl various cures rtvnmnienderf by jt. the fair linnim's ami ia very much I spent seven months hed to them. V.hriievrr one ia the newspaper at Dwight dallying wl:h the gold eirr. ' i;ikcn out for a drive " "dskiiih" goes but it didn't term to do me any good. u.ong and pneeB out (he mile with Uts a sited the lit- - .sat of tin to. "And by what mi'.in I : i N. B. BMITN, PEMIKNT. ORES SOLD ON THE Denver, Colo. public market. THE FRCIOHT THE COMPANY PAV MMMIRH DM KmI kfilN Vhiffl. Will NKNtoiMwkMtNtMehiliirb lajiwiM Mfl Ii eti b 2 paeM Mrwlwit lad faliabl m m MiiiM mm Oa tliolr n ootf wteJa or junk cant 1c (luirheilIronDiwk.stoolW porwill end ermurfit bsfuto branli&M. mm gS73TgSSlSKi directed. There im bead Uvcr ttU im mm. wicbont ooc H'l Bake kcrao-amemt yvin rannlMo dollnra pricca. $2k, W, IA Ml Wiiu-ln-Ktrr- UN is comfort in rightly the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis-ease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which tho pleasant nH nn np Hand for an 1oatrmto4 dmtor to THK family laxative. Syrup of Fig promptThat ia why it to the only WHIM CO.eUUtiutJctfUltoafcftUfttob ly remove remedy with millionsof fo ini lie and fa everywhere esteemed so highly by all EDUCATIONAL. who value good health. Its lienenrial effects arc une to the fact, that it to the THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME. one remedy which promotes internal Naira Daa ladlaaa. cleanliness without debilitating the Ml PWH In r.llfcli Lrtl M organs on which it ect It to therefore kralMl amt BImHhI taka' all important, in ortler to get its beneaudrau wka a4 Itoawhl taura. Imo. rm. to tato aoiBMi ifc. atfla nquM roradmlartoa ficial effect to note wlten you pur- hava or Iralur Yrar. of .or of tka Juntur Ik. artichase, that you have the genuine a IlmiM aumlrar of CadMata. lor too Udiim i apMial nl alow will ko ranl'ra cle, which is manufacture by the Calilor bora airiw tliun la ala la fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by SL Uwn Bril, Tka IMik Tara will of a aqulpawat oapMnaa all reputable druggists. pa a Savtaokar at las Makon aaol Pma oa applb C., flrill to VkBT Bt a. BOBBIkMT, If in the enjoyment of good health, rm'lno DIBS MB II and the system is regulur, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If FDR PEOPLE THAT ARE SICK afflicted with any actnal disease, one or dust Dont Fool Woll," may he commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, PILLS one should have the best, and with the ratboOu Thins loua everywhere, Kyrup of ONLY ONE FOR A DOBS. SniaalMa Swoplro mailrd Figs stands highest and is most largely J5e. atBewnka Had. C 1blia. I a Used a ml w;vci, in.t t vneral satisfaction. froa. 11 '.".SHIVER well-inform- A mail o propria-to- r uys j s Mir la a llnav Woiiinna Mrs. Khz .1 :h Fewnrd is the Pill A Wonderful Ehaaomeano, Tha man who almuld paaa through ttfo a twlugo of Indlgeatloa, without exjiarli-iiotumight bo ni It regarded aa a wuudnrful pheWo doubt If aurh a privileged nomenon. : The stare behold The faces cold And scarred. And lying red Among the dead. The bard. H. F. Thurston. well-order- Pretty ain-ei- and diamonds breed" like animals da A writer nays: As for what I know concerning the reputed story that precious stones are divided into sexes, male and female. Just as are plants and animals, snd that they breed like the latter do, I relate the following, ' which came under my own knowledge: A certain princess of Luxembourg had two diamonds, the colors of which be- -' tokened that they were male and female. The princess laughed at the nowith poor lent Iter In your liaruma snd and tion until one day the was startled by when von want another write me fOt and pricea. Am able to duplicate finding a tiny speck of a diamond In catalogue her casket. 8he put the two large dla- -. monde and the little one away together Anaoai u. a. k st. real, ISO end they had n whole family In a reaa- - j Hlnaeaatn, Kcpt niber On this Amnion the Union 1 settle will eel) onable oourae of time. Ex. The field is red. The hosts are fled. The rill Alone doth string Its harp to sing With will. EDITOR McMICHAEL. delphla and straight forward republl)-a- n at all time M . old-tlm- Alas! for Scot; The bard saw not The end. For sounding lyre Let blazing pyre Ascend. te L a One of the queerest of the superstitions was the one that is re-- ; sponsible for the notion that pearls The Scottish hopes Are rent like ropes Of sand. And gloom and blight Enshroud like night The land. ts lliiw-q'iurtr- watch-face-lik- Da Dlamonda Breed? With battle cries They rend the sklee And close; The cloymore's clang And loudly twang The bowe. pon-'-ais- th lui-lir- i i ; United States commissioner to ths exposition of 1873. President Arthur made him marshal of the District of Columbia in 1S82. He resigned wltea Mr. Cleveland became president He has ever been a devoted Grand Army man, and was one of that organization's He has been a letd-in- g earliest member and public spirited citizen of Ph'la- - 1 j j until four years later that they were married. Then there was a little house ready for them in an Illinois town, and for this first home of their married life the Bryans have a great affection. A deep attachment to whatever spot has been called home seems to be r. Bryan characteristic. Their Lincoln (Neb.) household of Mr Bryan's father, who has suffered n great aflllctlon in the loss of hla sight The three children, Ruth. Grace and William J., are all wideawake school children. Grace attends a kindergarten. Mr Bryan believe; in the system, and. Indeed, is an If of all practical education. she had sufficient time, her inclinations are such that practical educational movements would receive her active support. Outside of school, the mother keeps an eye on the . children's studies. A while ago one of the children hadn't received the d'.elred percentage In one study, and Mr Bryan ruled that until the necessary rating was reached the girl should not be allowed out. The home life or the llryana Is not at all complex. There le always one servant sometimes two. Mr Bryan bae assistance with the family sewing and the making of the children's dresses. houseShe la the head of a hold. In which she takes pride and which she intends at all times shall be the moat attractive spot In the world to her husband and children. The Dry ana enjoy music. Since her marriage Mrs. Bryan has not kept up her muBlc. and now ileiiends on others to play while the listens, either to tin piano In her own home or to the players that visit Lincoln. In addition to political and sociological matters. Mrs. Bryan is thoroughl; Hhe posted on all current events. thoee magazine reads from preference handling timely topics and events, both foreign and donios'ic: thing that make history and would luMvst Mr. Bryan. Vvlia; site read Is thoroughly Pidigested. Upsides this she !lnd I! idm-s "tw ta read what eriil.-- 1 What Is Ihuuelit In he Che r'ii:il!.nt type It Is In writer in imi'ilmi travel. tig limit: "It Is thus dramlxi! by matlouf aluminum and is two siM limb deep In diameter, and weighs cuiiiiitrle hut three ami one-ti- If ounces. An ordinary watch Is of about Ilia sums alsa and weight, lie mtvliaulsm la very simple. Fifty characters amthaon the 4ypo kcyhnaid. ahlla bars radiata from the center. A atngls key. which la placed over the iwrilrulHr letter d aired to be printed and thru prcaaetl. forma A piece of felt If tlia means of iierstlun. Bled as a riblmii. Tlie entire uiurbliif if attacked to a writing pail by uieaua of a l la not clamp when in uw. High claimed, yet It can be uperated aufflclenti, fast for ordinary purpose" Now Y Tribun ts. ! W. J. BRYAN. pemwiiesilT rwrad. Ho PITS (topped tren and uf Hr. Rllue itioakava RiKuiorjiAt iiyS'i um. red belli and kraturrr. KU Arch bU, aliiiuelphl P acad u fia, Mr. with even "Did hladgo ever get Map. kino for Jilting horJ" "I ouould any a Hu, mw id in (.reeling I lie atrevt on day and raa Into hla new duck ault with kas wkoel." euiallMt Typawrllm tie man In the negligee shirt, did yeti at length succeed in sllsylng this terrible thirst ?" Well," said the tell, heartily built man, after a moment's reflection, "I found that old rye whfelty as a steady thing kind of softened it down and quieted it about as much as anything I tried. When 1 found the thlmt and' the burning desire for s drink coming on, I would go and take about three fingers of old rye, and ths thirst would pass away." Then all the bystanders smiled, for which the little man In the negligee shirt paid.' From You hear it everywhere The ringing proof that Columbias stand the Standard of the World CatatoiiM of Drscriptlvs Fact tree at our agrnclei mt by mail lor two stamp ,.,-j- POrL' MI'G. CO., Hartford, ri. W kiM An kriS Cor.