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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 October 1896

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, OCT. 17, 1896. IWAINT e YOUIR *ou RPATPONAGF: AND IF 800 WORK AND REASONABLE PRICES Are what you want, Can suit you. ... . BODEMULLER, The Printer. Notice To The Public! Having assumed control of the bakery until this date owned and managed by Mr. Pierre Titard, in the town of Ope lousas, I am prepared to furnish the public with the IBEMiT IBREAD that can he made, using only the best flour and materials. I therefore respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. HART H. SANDOZ. Having turned over my bakery to Mr. Hart H. Sandoz, who will henceforth continue the business for his own ac count, I respectfully solicit from the citizens who have patronized me so liberally heretofore a continuance of the same for him. PIERRE TITARD. Opelousas, La, October 8, 1896. NOTICE. a I respectfully announce to my patrons, and the public generally, that I will move to New Orleans on or about October 20th, and all those who desire my services will do well to call at my ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 October 1896

WHINING CHILDREN. They Can and Should Be Cured of Thel! Unpleasanz Habit. Dr. Mary W1ood-Allen, writing It Womankind of breaking children of the habit of whining, says: "In this cese, I should say, that the first thing to do is to secure the cordial cooperation of every other adult member of the family. Let there be united purpose never to give to the child that for which he whines, even if it would be given to him otherwise. Give him to understand this in a firm but gentle way, and if possible secure his approval of the idea. Tell him kindly of the evil of the habit, the unhappiness it causes him and everyone else, show him that it is cre ating a habit for the future years and tell him you are going to help him to overcome it. Let him feel that your refusal to grant his whining requests are tKi aid him, not to punish him. Then steadily, persistently, sweetly and firmly adhere to this policy. Never once yield to his insistence, but always rcecognize his attempt to meet your wishes i...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 October 1896

The St Landry larion. "HFjE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN." VOL. VII.-NO. 3. OPEJ OSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1896. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. nmlu mm .A,, nm muu mu um . u n m m n w u .um un :im nun Inr • · la m n n n l n no • n hmm m n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .· ~,r -- - .. .. .. . -- _ . .. . . . II • u m I n Iii • I-i I aU l SIIEI) TEARS NO~W. Where Is Sickness and Suffarin SDpwn on oci;,y Creek. SRm t own with the FvSer, Some with the 'Mullygrubs" and a General "!,ess mont of Spmmer Complaints" Talk of Blood and War. B:aley, I do not know for certain and would ruthlr not try to say what is the n matter orwhere the trouble comes from whetheritisthe great question of free silver or th e sea4dlous hot wenther but anyhow, everything put Stogetihe makes it look themen dius foggyy up the creek to me. Rocky -Creek still runs down stream agd ain't gone nowheres, you under st , but wheln I go out amongst tile ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 October 1896

THE CLARION, OPELOUSAS, OCT. 24, I896, St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Business Managere unbscription: $1 Per Year. Eatered at the Post-Office at Opelousas, La., a second class matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESII)ENT, - WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SEWALL, of Maine. Fusala Electors For LonlIlanan BEN MITCHELL, ALBERT VOORHIES, SAMUEL J. KOIILMAN, G. A. FOURNET, J. W. McFAIILAND, LEE McALPHIIN, Ii. M. STEELE, J. T. HOWELL. FOR O)ONGREM, SIXTH DIATRICT, S. M. ROBERTSON Of East Baton Rouge. BO1nrRT,1 ON WILL WIN. Baton Rouge Advocate. When the campaign in the Sixth district first opened, and before the Republicans had selected their nominee, it was feared that the Democrats would have a serious fight on their hands, as indeed they would, had the Republicans put out a candidate whose personal and official record would appeal to the honest members of that party. As it was, however, a cabal cOm posed chiefly of negroes met in t...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 October 1896

..THE CLARION OPELOUSAS, OCT. 24, 1896 I WANT SYOLVOUI P s SPITPONi-AGE AND IF 8000 WORK AND REASOINABLE PRICES Are what you want. Can suit you. .... BODEMULLER, The Pritcer, Notice To The Public ! Having assumed control of the bakery until this date owned and managed by Mr. Pierre Titard, in the town of Ope lousas, I am prepared to furnish the public with the BENT IBREAI that can be made, using only the best flour and materials. I therefore respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. lHAR '1T . SANDOZ. Having turned over my bakery to Mr. Hart H. Sandoz, who will henceforth continue the business for his own ac count, I respectfully solicit from the citizens who have patronized me so liberally heretofore a continuance of the same for him. PIERRE TITA D. Opelousas, La., October 3, 189. Little locals. -Paul Lafleur, of Whiteville, was here Monday. -T. S. Isacks paid the Crescent City a visit this week. -L. J. Kerr, Jr, of Washington, was in town Thursday. Judge E. H. McGee, o...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 October 1896

Fail Medicine is fully as important and beneficialla Spring Medicine. and the beat Fall Medicine Is Hood's Sarsaparilla The Best--in fact the One True Blood Purifier. H -OOd'S Pills cure Liver lls; easy to take, easy to operate. .Sc. None to Wasto. The author of "Campaigningin South Africa anid Egypt" gives a pertinent illustration of the virtue there is in ;ce".'tsity. lie had been asked by a f':i.ndiy lher iin Africa to go outshoot in.,. Accordingly, lihe writes, I took a rifle and a bag of cartridges and set out for the appointed spot. When I muet omy friend he said: "\\'hat have you got in that bag your dinner?" "No," I answered, "cartridges," whereupon he roared with laughter. "You Engli shmen must be very rich," said ihe. "'They cost sixpence apiece here." "Where are yours?" I asked. "J. this," lie answered, tapping his double-barrelled rifle. "You don't intend to shoot much?" "Two spring brick are r ll I g.at carry." "'Suppose you miss!" "Nl,boiy misses when a cartridge costs...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 31 October 1896

The St. Landr larion. "HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY'INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN." OL,.VII.-NO. 4. .. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1896, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. , THE GOVEIRNORS ESCAPE BY FREDERICK M. COLBY. Mcere than a hundred years ago, in the sweet springtime of the year, pretty little lHetty Marvin sat in her father's orchard, tending the bleaching of the household linen. On rne grass, in the sunshine, by the little brook, lay the lng web of 50 yards or more-the spinning and weaving of which had occupied Mrs. Marvin dur ing the long months of the previous winter. BIetty was 4t oldhTor strong enough to help her motJier in the heavier work of the kitchen and the dlairy, so it de -olv.cl upon her to superintend the bleaching. She, was not quite 12, abit a girl, with bare feet and aprofusion of soft, dark hair that would not be trained, but pasisted in straggling over her pretty face, and veiling half the time a pair of vivacious, altou...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 31 October 1896

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, OCT. 31, 1896. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Business Manager. absbcriptIoms $1 Per Year. natered at the Post-Ojlce at Opelousas, La., as second clas matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR aRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SEWALL, of Maine. Feuseo Electors For Loalslanas BEN MITCHELL, ALBERT VOORHIES, SAMUEL J. KOHLMAN, G. A. FOURNET, J. W. McFARLAND, LEE McALPHIIN, IR. M. STEELE, J. T. HOWELL. FOR CONGRESS, SIXTH DISTRICT, S. M. ROBERTSON Of East Baton Rouge. BRYAN! SEWALL I ROBERTSON ! SILVER!. THE LAST MEETING OF THE CAMPAIGN WILL BE HELD AT THE COURTHOUSE IN OP ELOUSAS ON NENT MONDAY NIGHT, AT SEVEN O'CLOCK. Prominent speakers will be in attendance. A cordial invitation is extended to all, friends and foes. [BEWARE, POPUISTS! As it has been rumored that I was not a serious candidate for Congress, and that I was simply running in the interest of the Re publican candidate, I desire to brand this a...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 31 October 1896

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, OCT. 31, 1896. I W1-NT +* YOUP *P P1XTRONAGe AND IF U00 WORK All REASONAILE PRICES Are what you want, Can suit you. .... BODEMULLER, The Prilter. Notice To The Public ! Having assumed control of the bakery until this date owned and managed by Mr. Pierre Titard, in the town of Ope lousas, I am prepared to furnish the public with the BEST IBREAD that can be made, using only the best flour and materials. I therefore respectfully solicit a share dt the public patronage. ,HART H. SANDOZ. Having turned over my bakery to Mr. Hart li. Sandoz, who will henceforth continue the business for his own ac count, I respectfully solicit from the citizena who have patronized me so liberally heretofore a continuance of the saume for him. PIERRE TITARD. Opelousas, La, October 3, 11846. Santa Fe 4 Daily Trains Houston to Galveston; 2 Daily Trains Houston to North Texas, Colorado, Kansan City, Chicago and St. Louis. Finest Pullman Sleepers and Fine Reclining Chair Cars. FAST : TIM...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 31 October 1896

THE AUTUMNAL PICKLE. Belpful Hints for Those Who Bave Pickles to Prepare. The simplest and most economical way to prepare cucumber pickles from one's own garden is to pick them each day when they attain the proper size and pack them down in salt. By this means pickles of a uniform size can be obtained and none are wasted. The best size for pickling is a small cucum ber, not over two inches long. This size makes a crisp, green pickle if it Is properly handled. Cucumbers that are salted down will keep all winter, and 50 or 100 can be freshened any time and pickled. When one must depend on the market for cucumbers to pickle, it is better to do all the work at once. Select small pickle cucumbers of uniform size. Lay them for three days in a brine strong enough to bear up a potato. Some housekeepers soak their cucumbers inn weaker brine and leave them in only 24 hours. This is not enough to extract the crude, strong juices of the veg etable, which must be drawn out before they are fit fo...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 November 1896

,. r.+ +++ + +.. .r.... ... .v. . r - f ;,. ,.. •,. ,... r, -.* w , + Th Li adry "HERE TALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, tJNAWED BY-iNFLUEtNCE ANQ UlW R(8D ,Y GAIN." + .5. QPEI-SAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY NOVEMB+ER 1 1896. . NEI.DLA. A I t+ . R. EL U S, ,O I'SiA A,+ ....T A ' ++ . :+, ,.'( M B R ... .. 89. ONE'+++ ++ + + +++_++°+++++ ,+++++,+++++++++ In.ced in the'deyths of her big r.m. e r, a smile ligbthng'up her flu old that her white bfir framed with ';'crown of snow, Mrs. Harmon was idering her neplie~wAbttrew, a goooking young fellow'vof 28, who, his part, was considering the timeI e on the mantel, whose hands were .eady past three o'clock. "W fh Andrew, do you find the clock very $teresting?" In i ne confusion the young man stamgnrednal te W pt .AtPi. "NqA, dgt'$ '"ý tk nh1niglfigfgia low. 4 aou wan d to l.ow ii y3our usit had lifed long enough, for you to take your arture decently." "N at all, aunt. Your guess is quite ng, for I haven't the slightest intenon of going...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 November 1896

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, NOV. 7, 1896. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and BusineNr IManager. S.bsccrptlons 01 Per Year. Eatered at the Post-Office at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. $1o Rt e ward! For the recovery and safe return of my satchel, containing about $6,000 worth of notes, lost on the night of Thursday, November 5, 1896. Notes are worthless to anyone but me. F. S. ANDRUIS, nov7 Opelousas, La. 'TI. OVER. The great struggle is over, and Wm. McKinley is the President elect of the United States. The peerless Bryan's gallant fight ended in defeat. Money, coer clop and intimidation on the part of the monied powers was too great to overcome. It is to be hoped that the good times promised the people by the Republicans will be forthcoming. With McKinley they have also se cured control of both houses of Congress, and can now enact any law that suits their pleasure. Let us hope for the best. Louisiana rolled up her usual majority for the Democrats...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 November 1896

tE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, NOV. 7, 1896. I WANT YOUW *ei PATRON/GIE AND IF g Wsol Mm SEUsILE Pn.CE Are what you want, Can suit yo ... . BODBMULLS,. The Prilter. A Spleadld r hkow. the Wallace -circus is decidedly moire satisfying to an amusement Se*te than the Syndicate show which recently visited this city, and is also much more extensive. A completely eqtpped menagerie, new tents, now animal cages, and well cared for stock add to its at tractiveness. The show carries 300 horses, and has a force of 800 peo plo. The latter, with the excep tlie of the performers, practically live on the grounds, sleeping tentl, dining tents, and the best of ac -q~omodations being provided. The main tent, with a seating capacity of ~aearly 12,000, is one of the largest tents ever brought here for a eircus. The usual parade, with out which any circus Is incomplete, occurred at noon to-day, and was 1 witnessed by thousands on the crowd-lined sidewalks. The parade was much more interesting than is usually of...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 November 1896

Pure Blood is cssential at this season in order to keep up the health tone and resist the sudden changes in temperature and exposure to disease germs. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Iei4t-in fact the One True Blood Purifer. Hood's Pills re yurely veetble, carefully prepared. 25c. Nero a P'hilanthropst. fa "There seems to be a very general brejudice against Nero," said the man who had a great tendency to yawn. "It's kind of dyingout," was the reply. SC "HIe's a good deal of a back number. s you know." "I suppose so. I hadn't paid much attention to him until late ly. There's a young man who lives next to me who plays the fiddle. He o0 practices till 11 at night and starts in at six o'clock in the morning. I've been trying to get sleepy by reading, and I bI happened to pick up a book about ut Nero. It's my opinion that perhaps he tic wasn't as bad as he's been represent ed." "But think of his fiddling while a Rome burned." "That's exactly what of I had in mipd. It seems.to me tl.t man whot...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 14 November 1896

t-o -,;~. r .--- ~ I .; . .SIIIIY --.,.~iL~ Mr "HERE SALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBEi BY GAINK" VOL. VI..-NO.60 '. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAYE NOVEMBER 14, 1896. PL AR'P ., For my dearie the mornin' to the night; I'm missl' "... S Of bhr kssý'.' . . AMTher footsteps gtali.n.fiiht- I w O 0 I'm weary For my dearie Tpi the mornin' to the nightlt '. I'm weary For my deer., ' ] Whew. the lark fliee$+tke loam; When the meadows Feel the shadows A. *the cows come lowjng hqn.e O I'm so weary '" For my dearie A_ he's fkh*b.ly ftom homel For my dearie 1*n the lWvrthstone flickers bright; When the lily S D s; ffll chilly A.'. the hollo*s hold the night O I'm v - .tc For my ~4aridf Ai5'' her black eyes beamin' bright! So weary a . ' For you, dearie A_ you're hidden from my sight An' the blossom Seeks your bosom, the snow falls gbastly white, ~ Where y 'l el. An' I'm .lkllt. ..W.l jm n the mornin' to the night! -9. .it P' nh po lSw s- IerSld. A LOS...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 14 November 1896

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, NOV. 14, 1896. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, PAitor and Basinesa Nanamger. Babscriptions $l Per Year. Zstered at the Post-Office at Opelousas. La.. as second class matter. Madeline Breckenridge got "bumped" again. The old sport is in tough luck. One rift in the cloud of midnight darkness: We beat the devil out of Palmer and Simon Boliver. It is to be hoped that the good times the Republican have been promising will arrive on schedule time. We need it in our business. The Democrats of Louisiana elect their eight Congressmen, which is enough of glory for one day.-East Car roll Banner-Democrats. Whew! Bro. Turner, it's not that good; unless you count Sam Rob ertson for two and steal one from Texas. That man is a very poor judge of human nature who does not know that Intimate affiliation with negroes will certainly result in so cial affiliation with them-that moral degradation will assuredly follow in Qe wake of such associa tion.-N. O. Sta...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 14 November 1896

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, NOV. 14, 1896. I WANT q* YOUl.R ai PAR.ONAGE AND IF m010 wlS A1D IREAOItIBLE PRICES Are what you want, Can suit you. ... . DODBMULLBR, The Priater. Little Locals. --School Books at Mason's Drug store. -We have survived the epidemic -of n1-told-you-sos." -"Buck" Perrodin, of Rayne, is here for a short stay. -Mit Wilkins was "galivanting" around town Tuesday. --Alfred deville, of Chicot, was in Opelousas Monday. -Christmas is coming. We sup pose -yes- have heard of it. -'f. J. Richard, of Richard, was here on business Wednesday. -E. B. Dubuisson made a busi ness trip to Boreta this Weeli --Few of our merchants have yet received their holiday goods. -Augustin Lalonde, of Leon ville, spent Monday in our town. -Jim Darby-Coulee Croche Jim-was in Opelousas Wednes day. -Jno. P. Savant, of Whiteville, spent a few hours in town Tues day. -Edmond Sylvestre, of Ville Platte, was here on business Mon day. -Judge L. J. Dossmann, of Ville Platte, was on our streets Tues da...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 14 November 1896

SCHOOL. AND CHURCH. -All over the country the vertical system of handwriting is growing in favor, and it is announced in Michigan that more schools throughout the state are to teach it this year than have taught it in any year before. -Miss Emily II. B]ourne has donated $10,000 to the town of lBourne, Mass., for the plrpose of building a library and reading-room In memory of her father, the late IIon. Jonathan Bourne, in honor of whom the town was named. -Pope Leo XIII., it is known, has a very nervous temperament, and this, added to his incessant work and exer tions, renders him liable to frequent in i-omnia. lie has not slept lately much more than two hours: a night. -The New York university has been reorganized and C. D. Ashley was made dean in the place of the late Dr. Austin Abbott. Dean Ashley was born in Bos ton July 4, 1851. lie was graduated at Phillips Andover academy and later at Yale universiy, in the class of 1873. --The largest library in the world is the National libr...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 21 November 1896

_The St. Landry Clarion. "HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN."' 4 VOL. VII.-NO. 7. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1896. ONE OLLAR PER YEAR Si'Ita thy winds, 0 wild November; let their angry music sleep! , ,Give us Sabbath o'er .the city; hush thy deep! tempest on the deep! With the golden sheaf of autumn lifted in its stalwart hands, At the threshold of the winter, lo, a grate ful natio2 stands! Up the year's ong path of blessings, heed Tess, thankless, we have trod: But, to-day, the people's-ltar sends its in cense up to God. Ring aloud, in spire and turret-in your windy prison cells Ring the morning in with anthem's of Thanksgiving, 0 ye bells! Gather, 0 ye people, gather, where the ruddy hearths are bright, And the shades of care and sorrow vanish backward from the 3z! Link anew the charmedc ei6 of t. hbuse hold's broken chain; Let thelaf, bo full worship, a.nd the Homeward to the destal service call the wande...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 21 November 1896

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, NOV. 21, 1896. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Budness Manager. Subgcription: $1 Per Year. Ztered at the Post-Ofce at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. Bryan carried the three States in which women are allowed to vote, and this should be a source of reconciliation to Mrs. Bryan. Won't President McKinley have a whole lot of repudiationists, an archists, fools, asses and lunatics to handle after he is inaugurated? IHanna says he will not accept a place in McKinley's cabinet. No; but McKinley has alreadly accepted the position of big chief in Hanna's cabinet. Last year a bundle of six cotton ties cost sixty-five cents. This year the former has to pay $1.20 for it-a difference of fifty-five cents. Some more trust work. It is the general verdict of the press that if the late election in this State was not a fair one there is no use in trying to secure fair ones, says the Daily States, and the press is jerrect. But the cry of f...

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