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Digital page images are linked to the text file. xgK3t33ggE isswsesBSfsiapaswBwgBi -- Ut 43iWiarii Wk JBIBBBBS1 HPU r- - - W 11 mnaimm t IrSSE- HfBSsE - ft AIL ON THE LAST BOUBD PUBLISHED KVERT TODAY BY L rrirw v QFFICE f r v1 V STREET a THE HICKMAN COURIER tt pf if now an Arkansas Lulls Rock Gazette Xrer Watt His Brid ygfe a r - HEIN2E BUItBiNG CLINTON SUast GEOEGS WAKRENiEdUtr a Tito Oldest Newspaper inWestcrn Kentnelcy 10 1880 Tj4 Irice of Sub5riptio i 2 1 ESTABLISHES 1859 of its shamef ul performances You know it by heart Tho people will nqt soon for Â¬ get the exploits of Tom Murphy in ice Jfcw York Custom Bouse and the plundering of New York merchants by and Stocking the saoctMscd rasÂ¬ calities of Casey in New Orleans the execartve as sumption of the war making power in the affair of San Domingo the vioation of the President oath of office in the appointment to civil places pt snenta the military service the official corruption of OrtfEe Grant rowel Clayton Gen Baboock Boss Shep Â¬ herd and kindred spirits who shared the smiles of the President the party expulsion of Charles Sum Â¬ ner from the Chairmanship of the Committee oir Foreign Relations and the Installation cf Simon Cameron lrl his stead tbe action of thejamous Senatorial groups in denouncing every proposition looking to the reform of administrative abuses and branding as enemies of the Republican party the uiptmguisiieu uicrouers ox it vino aemauded suco re- auu sysicmauc repudiation 01 i all attempts to purify the civil service while fahely pretending to espouse them All this has become a pirt of the history of the Government and forms the first half of that moral interregnum In our politics which is best Indicated by the word Grant-isand fairly entitles it to a placo in 1 i- 11 j utuunllVJHlCIDUl I1U4 XTCW OISIXUI uietrrroiessiona wax nearly auyear -of Gen Grants first term the chlel pre eminent representatives of the SBBBBBBBBm o obliged to desert it as theonly means of p Krtng tour uouor ana sen respect But the men who had so marvelously succeeded to the leadership pf the party mhlch signalized its early life by its championship pf tho rights of man had now only entered upon the threshold of their career Nothing daunted by their record and holding fast their theory that the existence of tho party was ab-Â¬ solutely necessary to save the country from rebel ascendency these body guards of the President in- Â¬ trenched themselves behind Its early achievements and previous good character while plotting his nom- Â¬ ination and ejection for a second term He was re nominated as their standard bearer by the National Convention of 1872 which incorporated into its plat- Â¬ form the fellowlng resolution Any system of the civil service under which the subordinate positions of the Government are consid- Â¬ ered rewards for mere party zeal is fatally demoral Â¬ izing and we therefore favor a reform of the system by laws which shall abolish the evils of patronage and make beneety efficiency and fidelity the essential qualifications for public positions On this platform Gen Grant was nominated unan hnnnsly Notwithstanding the revolting record he had made he was chosen by 236 elecoral votes and a popular majority of nearly 750000 carrying thirty one of the thirty seven States while Horace Greeley for refusing to follow his party and earnestly seeking the reform of great abuses which had found rhetcr under tbe strife of rections was branded as a traitor and hunted to his grave by political assaiwlns But what was the record of the party during Grants secÂ¬ ond term In coniparion with it his first adminis- Â¬ tration was next to immaculate I hope you have not forgotten the Republican Rogues Gallery which I painted four years ago You will remember that the clvi eervice rules which had been framed during his first term now became a more glaring political mockery than ever before You have not forgotten his disgusting prostitution or the civil se vice in connection with his brother-in-la- w Casey the prompt appointment of Shepherd as one of the Commissioners of the District of Colnmbla after its Government bad been abolished in order to get rid of him his sympathy with tbe safe burglary crimi- Â¬ nals and official aid to his brother Orville in making merchandise of post traders hips the disgrace of the Department of Justice by Atty Gen Williams which was followed by bis appoint-Â¬ ment as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States the crime of Secretary Belknap and the unsavory performances of Secretary Delano the Presidents hostility to Secretary Bristowand his subordinates for their efforts to hunt down whisky thieves and his undisguised sympathy for Gen Bibcock and other criminals his personal lobbying in both houses of Congress for the passage of the salary theft his defense Of the moiety sys Â¬ tem by which the revenues of the country were farmed out to bis favorites his friendship for the horde of thieves and deniagoguea who had fastened themseh es like leeches upon the people of the South and were backed by the whole power of the admlnls ratlon and the entire system of carpet bag spoliation aud bayonet rule under which that section was given over to lawlessness and crime I need not pursue these recitals and would gladly draw a veil over the sickening picture If the esons of political wrong doing could safely be slighted In fact the spectacle of our public affairs became so revolting under this drnastr of huckstering nolities and per sonal government of groieling purposes and raven Â¬ ous greed of bribery and nepotim and eharoeless ness that before ths middle of Grants second term HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER Hu VOL X XV0 Stragec onal 50 m dyed-in-the- ssMaaasjsss- MEASURES AND MEN K - notrodtelhe story wJ - let Eloquent Speflbli of George W Julian at lndianapolisa Tke Becords and Candidates of the Two Leading Parties Discussed Hayes Civil Service Practice Com pared with His Preaching Garfields Connection with the Salary Grab Credit Itlobllicr and 4TJe olj er Affaire -- imiiKu 1 jl LMr I HIb Douole Part in the Electoral troversy of 1876 7 Con- Â¬ us consider the tones of the pending canvass What are they The platforms of the two parties give na little help In answering this question They axe as nearly identical as those of four years ago If there was any party issue then it related to the ques- Â¬ tion of finance but both parties declared in faTorot apede payments and they do now and while tho Democrats demanded the repeal of the Resumption act the Republicans voted down a resolution in favor of carrying it into execution In the last Congress Republicans and Democrats united in the effort to repeal it and they were jointly entitled to the honor of defeating that effort The financial question his since been complicated by the silver sgiUtion but the Silver bill received the overwhelming support of both parties while the Bepuhlicans now totally Ignore the question and its vital connection with the continuance of our paper currency at par As to the constantly boasted achievement of resumption the simple truth is it has not come through legislation but aa the natural result of favoring conditions Just as the gratifying reduction of our national indebt Â¬ edness has been made easy and almost inevitable by our marvelous resources I am glad to see in the platforms well denned issue respect Â¬ ing our tariff policy for sooner or later onr rtupid and vicious tanff laws mut be thoroughly overhauled and reformed but no intelligent man of either party feels that the contest of this yearis to turn upon that question Nor is any issue tendered on toe subject of civil oervice reform Chinese immi- Â¬ gration or the reservation of the public domain to actual settlers while in the matter of maintaining the purity of the ballot and the principles of po- Â¬ litical morality both parties are wanting The complexion of our polities in fact is pecmiar We have outlived tho era In which clearly denned ques Â¬ tions of policy formed the pivot upon which the action cf parties turned and j caUfied their existence as the means through which they Bought the adop- Â¬ tion of their cherished views by the Government In a political dispensation so anomalous the army of independent voters should be larcely reinforced but since one of there parties will cettainly rule the country for the next four years the question sub Â¬ mitted to the popular judgment is a general one in Â¬ volving simply the choice to be made between them and thepersonal qualities of their standard bearers Bow should the sincere friends of administrative reform and thejiuxification of otfr debased nolilicscast their ballots 7 The answer to this question necessarily invites a comparison of these parties but the task is not al together free from difficulties One of them has been In power for nearly twenty years and has thus mpplied us with very aiupe means of forming an opinion while the other has been out of power nearly the whole of this period and has necessarily eft oa with a comparatively meager data of Judg- Â¬ ment Senator Hoar in his opening speech at the Chicago Convention told us that tho parties which m It r ana can oe reaauy aecmea imi me as Â¬ sertion is an affront to common sense and a reckless defiance of facts and if he bejevca it he is pitiably infatuated by party blindness The attitude of these parties twenty years ago at all events has no necessary connection with the question of their fit- Â¬ ness for civil administration to day The Demo- Â¬ cratic party was then divided on two rival candidates for the Presidency and after the eection of Lincoln a very formidable division of It appealed from the ballot to the bayonet as its last and desperate method of preserving the ascendency of slavery The result was the overthrow of secession the extirÂ¬ pation of slavery the enfranchisement of negro the and the reconstruction of The resit tiess force of the Government events completely changed the political horizon and now in the new heavens and the new arth which we witness wc find the Democratic party North and South East and W est united as one man under the banner of one of the foremost heroes in the war for the Union It is not the Democratic psrty of 16G0 but the Democratic party of 1880 inevitably molded and instructed by gnat historical events and wears to judge it in the light of to day and the interest of the people of an sections in national unity and peace We have no right to reproach it for an administra Â¬ tive record which it had no opportunity to make nor condemn it on Mr Hoars ingenious theory of con- Â¬ structive guilt and imputed depravity The same reasoning applies to the Republican party Twenty years ago it disavowed any right or purpose to inter- Â¬ fere with slavery in the States It denounced John Browns raidlnto Virginiaas the gravest of crimes At the beginning of the war it was willing for the sake of peace to abide by the Dred Scott decision and the enforcement of the Fugitive Slave act If I have not forgotten it was ready to surrender the principle of Conrressional prohibition cf slavery in all our national Territories It even favored an amendment to the constitution making slat ery perÂ¬ petual in the States of the South For nearly two years after the war began it did its best to sate the Union and save slavery with it and after the war was over it offered to make a compete surrender of the freedmen to their old masters on the single condition that they should not be counted in the basis of repre-Â¬ sentation The fitness of the party to administer the Government now is not to be judged by these facts nor is it by any means established by the grand achievements of the party in crushing the rebellion and abolishing slavery in which it had the powerful and indispensable co operation of the Democrats We are now in the sunshine of peace and must be mainly guided in our Judgment by the facts which make up the civil administration of the Government since the close of the war and the settlement of the What claim has the Republi Â¬ questions it involved can party to a longer lease of power founded on the record it has made during the past dozen years I This is the question w hlch now concerns us and in seeking an answer to it let us remember that it is the future and not the distant past v hlch chiefly in Â¬ terests us and that the reformation of great po Jtlcal abuses has become the vital issue and pressing de Â¬ mand of the time In its National Convention of 1SC8 the Republican party adopted the following resolution as a part of its platform Eunpaneo Es t wistion Jront lu teinjicr fhmriJlg2bn Brian r agitate the ancstion of tk renadiiur w boutn to Territorial rule on account ox disordered condition In 18GS the ate Sen Â¬ a Republican contained majority of 51 members and the House of Representatives 1M but at the end or Gen Grants second term the majority in the Senate had dwindled from 64 to 17 while in the House the majority of 104 had been wiped out to givepaceto a Democratic majority ot 77 These were the lnevitabe fruits or Grantism for its career had been inaugurated in its overwhelming ascenden- Â¬ cy and with the amplest possibe opportunities to demonstrate its capacity to govern the country While they completely vindicated the greaty-ma-ligne- d Liberal Republicans of 1872 they summoned to the bar of history the party whose fatal blunder then brought disgrace upon the nation and a stain upon republican institutions throughout the world But let us still further continue our survey of the Republican party in the clear perspective of it hisÂ¬ tory Notwithstanding the perfecty deficient repu Â¬ diation of its professions the party faced the coun Â¬ try in its National Convention of 187C with ths fol Â¬ lowing declaration embodying its confession of faith on the subject of reform Senators and Representatives who may be judges and accusers shouM net dictate appointments to ol ncc The invariable rule for appointments should have reference to the honesty fidelity and capacity of appointees giving to tho party in power those places where harmony and vigor of administration require Its policy to be represented but permitting S5Ja5fvrirjU T Kn41 I elr The Government of the United States should be administered with the strictest economy and the corruptions which have been soshaniefully nursed and fostered by Andrew JohnBou call loudly for re- Â¬ form These were timely words The responsibility laid at the door of the President was exaggerated but the hand of reform was urgently invoked by the situation AU the great industries of the country demanded a thorough reorganization Our tariff legislation called for a thorough revision Our finances invited a prompt and complete overhaul- Â¬ ing Our civil service was becoming a shameless system of political prostitution Roguery and plunder born of the multiplied temptations which the war furnished had stealthily crept into the management of public affairs and claimed immunity from the right of search What the country needed was not a stricter enforcement of party discipline not military methods and the fostering of sectional bitterness and hate but oblivion of the past both North and South and an earnest Intelligent and catholic endeavor to grapple with the problems of practical administration But what did the leaders of the party do After the freedom and enfranchisement of tho negro had been established by constitutional amendments in which all parties acquiesced they seemed utterly incapable of realizing the fact They were not will Â¬ ing for a single moment to relax their hold upon the party machinery The animosities engendered by the war were to be nursed and coddled as the ap- Â¬ pointed means of party unity while the party itself was regarded as a permanent establishment like the Christian religion divinely appointed and necessary to salvation It was not to be maintained for the legitimate purpose of emliodying certain doctrines and policies in legislation but chiefly on the score of its general blessedness and its immense usefulness in holding in check a purely Satanic opposition This view was openly avoaed by some of its great cham Â¬ pions who declared as they do to day that the party is no more responsible for the corruptions and defalcations of its leaders than the church for the indi Â¬ vidual sins of its priests and prelates Of course the contisned existence of such an organization was indispensable not only to tho welfare but the life of the republic against which tbe rebels were still plotting while it was strangely taken for granted that its disruption would immediately be followed by the translation of the honest men who belonged to it to another and better world instead of Jeaving them among us to serve the country under some other banner and a better leadership This concubinage of politics and theology was a v ery tempting contriv- Â¬ ance since it would place the administration of the Government in the hands of the Republicans forever It is true that the corrupt and venal dements of so- Â¬ ciety would inevitably gavitata into such a party through its prolonged bold on power and finally form a perfect hierachy of knaves and reprobates while the good men in its ranks would bo obliged to keep their places instead of joining the other ride or becoming the nucleus of a new party but this would be less dreadful than the ruin of the country in ths hands of an organization hopelessly disloyal and depraved The management of public affairs during Gen Grants first term was in accord with this new theory of politics The mercenary and trading element of the party naturally came to the front and became a regular purgatory of political un cleanness I need k fc all others to be filled by persons selected with sole reference to the efficiency of the public service and the right of citizens to share in the honor of render Â¬ ing faithful service to their country On this platform Got Hayes was nominated and he emphasized it in his letter of acceptance in his inaugural address and in his famous civil service order which folowed a few months later Bv these documents he unequivocally pedged himself that Senators and Representatives should not dictate ap-Â¬ pointments and that they were no longer to be made merely as rewards for partisan services that no officer should be required or permitted to take part in the management of political organizations caucuses conventions or eection campaigns that no assess Â¬ ments for political purposes on officers or subordi Â¬ nates should be allowed and that this rule was ap picable to every department or tbe civil service Here were promises and pledges quite as sweeping as those which had been lnvariaby tramped under foot ior eight years How were they earned out by ths party under its new leader Some of you may remember the prophecy I made four years ago and my quotation from Senator Morton that in a Gov- Â¬ ernment of parties like onrthe President must have his friends and that intration of any President will he in tbi- - in- - u wlwt the party which elected him makes it 1 h t this would prove true in the case of Mr Hayes was rendered Morton Conkling certain during the canvass Blaine Cameron and Chandler assumed exactly the same leadership as if a politician of their school bad been nominated The administration of Gen Grant which had brought the party to the verge t ruin was indorsed by the National Convention which nom Â¬ inated his successor 1 he managers of the canvass studiously avoided all reference to evil sen ice re- Â¬ form and the letter ot acceptance of their candidate while their conduct constantly assumed that his ad- Â¬ ministration should be be elected would be a con- Â¬ tinuation of that of Gen Grant The canvass in fact was merely a renewal of the struggle between the policy of hate and the policy of reconciliation which had so long divided the iieop e anSgBfcr cover of which the Republican leaderSSi termlned to maintain Weir Hold on pow Hayes himself serene y looked on and if hcsKot expressly sanction this mode of conducting ths can Â¬ vass he certainly could not have been ignorant of the issue on which the battle was being waged and the methods employed to secure the victory His election in short was the unqucstionabe triumph or the machine politicians and they had a perfect right to claim it as logically redounding to their glory and advantage It was not a matter of tbe least surprise therefore that the civil service policy of the new President proved to be a perfect traTtsty of theparty platform and his own declarations Indeed the very begin Â¬ ning of his administration was signalized by acts of the most shameless recreancy to bis pledges For several months following the election the result was in doubt It depended on the votes of Florida and Louisiana and these were to be counted by State of- Â¬ ficials or exceedingly bad repute M L Steams was Governor or Florida at the time and contrary to law withheld from tbe Tildeu electors the certifi- Â¬ cates to which the returns entitled them and gave certificates to the Hayes electors who had not received a majority of tho votes of the Mate Stearns was defeated for Goemorat the same election In which Hayes was held to have carried the State and was subsequently appointed one of the Hot Springs Commissioners with a compensation of Jio per day McLIn viaaoneof the State canvassers with- Â¬ out whose arbitrary acts iu tbrowlng out Demo- Â¬ cratic votes Florida vioud lmo been count- Â¬ He was rewarded by tho ed for Tilden office of Justice of the buprrnie Court of New salary of 1000 per annum Dr CowgUl Mexico at a another member of the Board of Cam asters received an appointment in the Treasury Department which for some reason he decline J whilo Ifc G Dennis Chairman of the Republican Committee of Alachua county Richard H Black and Thomas II Vance who acted as Inspector and Clerk at the election in that county Joseph Barnes 1 nspector cf Ecctions In Leon county James Bell of Jefferson couuty and slippery employe iu J W Howell acounty sll received tho office of theÂ¬ Clerk of Baker official recogni tion for diversified acts of rascality and fraud con Â¬ nected with the election These were remarkabe il- Â¬ lustrations of the rule which made honesty fidelity and capacity and not partisan service tho test of fitness for office Nor were tbo visiting statesmen from tho North vibo gave their attention to the Florida count overlooked Gov Novcs was ap- Â¬ pointed Minister to France Gen Lew Wallace was made Governor of New Mexico and John A Kasson Minister to Austria The facts as to Louisiana are still worse Without the vote of this htate Hayes could not be counted in and tbe count devolved upon a Returning Board of precious political cherubs of which J Madison Wells was President Their work was done with in- Â¬ fernal fidelity to the Republican party and gave fur- Â¬ ther occasion for the display of civil service reform Until recently Mr Wells held the office of Survejoi of the Port of New Orleans at a salary of 3530 per One of his sons whom Mr Haves recently annum sli whd can exnect embrratinn to ftmr Inln ll nominated for the position held by r4 father oocu- -- t whtrb lse wroiM lnw44 It mA t f -- - - place of Sled the at a salary Special Deputy Surveyor at New I icviciujiuuu uuuugu an ti uu uius wuti uui uieir intelligent ana Homogeneous of 3500 per annum Another population son holds the position ot Inspectoral Xw Orleans The best and only possible way to inaugu Â¬ w whilo a is derk in the Custom Hous rate political reform is to drive tbe Republican party Thomas O Anderson snsther anember of the Re Â¬ turning Board is Special Deputy Collector at New fromlrwwer kntplace the Government In new Orleans at a salary of 3000 per annum and his Bf no oier nicans can the era of sectional eatrangttneBt be closed and tho orderly and healthy sou bis father-in-laand his brother-in-la- w all bold adminisiration of affairs be rc establlihed Important places under the Government TbU LoniiML conclusion is notat all affected by the conduct of the Kenner a colorers member At tbe Returning Bou d Deantlo party years ago in Its relation to slav ery is Deputy Naval Officer at New Orleans on a salary and the warnr by its record since It has not of 2500 per anntfnf while two of his brothers hold been chanted with the administration rt subordinate positions tinni Cacanave the remaining affairs for many years with the slight exception of member of tbe board strange aa It may seem has uurmg wmch tno never been rewarded wiihf an office wajuoicy iu wogii Mii pewer of the lobby has been b ken tho political brother holds the posltUa oXCaitod State and soda atmosphere of Washington greatly Im Â¬ keeper at TXtW Orisina But jn jasttoj proved and the annual expenditures of theGovern to tbo administration ttVhpuld be said taV attar mentgreaUjr rcdncea711ut I do not rest the case heavy judgment bad TactiC Tbe iiiocratic party is not In Â¬ imerH3aiac tu for upon of very grave nocent counselfeesbe had greed to political mistakes and offenses for hta defense against an indictment for fraudulenfeoodct aa a This has been 4sneeislitrue n turtlmii- member of the RetnrninaSosrd anTwlen after aa I and districts dprlng Ibe dlspen ation of plunder niuvu UiJIKCU UJC iwo au- ministrations pf GenrGrant During the years of ton Jina appealed- - toith yresideut snd bJsCahinet wuuoi1 uiiKTiiein unaToiaau v resiinincr frnni tr for financial relief very touchingly reminding them Jw - uu uRuicwif aggnnioa uy ucmagogfsrs n Of thO Services bfl bad SezftVerMl in rmniiHnv th vit Democratic nartv had a vcrv trrlnir exrwriom his bUtf aqil ihelc oUatioai to befriend him pf often sadly failed in nieetlmr ths obligations nf rf amount was contributed and Casanave otlsm and statesmanship I am not hore to defend scut nome witb an unburdened mind I need not it where its conduct is not defensible I do not dis Â¬ say that the honors snd emoluments heaped upon guise the fact that should it now regain power it will these men through whose official action the admin- have on its hands a T011 mount1 to power would have been an in Â¬ do not believe in thowoik oforexceeding difficultymirI power any party to work Â¬ sult to political decency aud a vle caricature of dvll acles but it is the only instrument through which scrvlce reform if there had been even a well rounded the Government can now be rescued from the de suspicion as to their integrity I must add that Gov praved dynasty which now controls it and which as Packard was finally rewarded for his disgraceful I have shown has competely lost the power of self career in Louisiana by tho best consulate in Europe and Mr Stoughton made Minister to Russia aa a re- Â¬ recovery W e cannot 1 afford to postpone the work of saving the country tl a perfect party shall offer to ward undoubtedly for his services in csrrylngthe undertaken and it is always wiser to run tho hazÂ¬ State for the President in defiance or clerical er- Â¬ ard of possibe or even probable evils than volun- Â¬ rors while the ringleader of the gang of visiting tarily to accept those which are certain Twenty statesmen who went to New Orleans in the Interest years of power would demoralize a party of angea lr count Was made Secretary of the United It would convert them into a governing class with States Treasury interests wholly apart from those of the people and But the dv 11 service of the new has supp led still further illustrations administrationa pol- Â¬ tho complete overhauling of thrir misdeeds would Mr Filiey only be possibe through a new party stimulated in itician and intriguer of bad repute was reappointed its work by a political victory and having competo control of their record Postmaster at St Louis Gen Bibcock continued to bask In the sunshine of executive approval The In following out the lino of argument Indicated in my opening statements let me now briefly refer to office of Consul General at Frankfort-on-tho-Ma- tn the personal character of tho candidates was treated aa a personal perquisite by bestowing it Of Gen Hancock 1 need say but little It is the singular good upon his private secretary A Kentucky lawyer and partisan was made Judge ot tbe Supreme Court ot fortune of his country and of himself thai he does not need to be defended In private life be is abov e tho United States tor timely services rendered in tbo reproach Bis honor is unsullied There is no stair Cincinnati Convention in securing the nomination of bribery or official greed upon hU garments of his chief and afterward in settling tho dispute lu His loyalty to the Union has been tried by lire and dem Â¬ Louisiana The offer cf the English mission to the onstrated by acts which will make his name as lm Pennsylvania delegation in Congress was a palpable aa disregard of civil service reform as the President His subor Serlehable of the history of his country the mlitary to dvll power while himself had defined it and so was the offer or the holding an important command Is a guarantee that German mission to the delegation from Illinois if elected the arbitrary methods which have brought He has allowed bis First Assistant Postmaster shame upon the Government under Republican rue General to send out blanks through the mails will cease and that statesmanship and not mere toEttrdJCT8 of Congress to be filled by them brute rorce will guide the conduct of pnblic affairs with the names of such persons as they may see fit while there is no reason whatever for believing that to recommend for office Just as if he had made no he wil Imitate the conduct cf Gen Grant by sur- Â¬ public pledge that thla practice should be discon Â¬ rounding himser with polltcal bummers and tinued I give him credit for the removal of Mr knaves He is a clean man and if political reform Arthur from the New York Custom House for the should not be thorough v ac omplished under his excellent reason that he had made it a center of partisan political management administration it will at Vast be made possible by and that it was nec essary in order that the office may be nonet ty ad Â¬ breaking up the organlr d machinery which now stands in its way and asenag ng the bitterness of secministered These reavms were reinforced by tional strife Secretary Sherman who said to the Collector that gross abuses of administration have continued and Increased during your incumbency As regards the Republican candidate I know bun that persons have been regularly paid by you who have rendered pretty well having served with him iu the House of lit tie or no service that the expenses of your Representative eight ears Our personal as well office have increased while its receipts have dimin Â¬ as political relations were at all times friendly and ished I have no disposition whatever to do him any In- Â¬ and that bribes or gratuities in the shape of bribes have been received by your subordnates justice in several branches of the Custom House and you Bnt the character of GeiuGarfieM la involved In have in no case supported the effort to correct thee certain jiarticnlar charges to which I propose to reÂ¬ abutes fer Among these I shall briefly refer to the Retro Â¬ active Salary act the De Goiycr pavement swindle But notwithstanding these grave charges the re- Â¬ moval of Mr Arthur was only made after great and and the Credit Mnbilier developments In dealing with these it may be well to remember that every one inexcusable delay and was then accompanied by tho of them has a Republican pedigree snd therefore offer to him of tbo Paris Consulate being an evident when complaint is made about throwing maneuver of the President to keep on both sides of campaign the civil eervice question I must slso give the mud I refer the account for settlement to the Re publican leaders and journalists who made these President due credit for removing Mr Cornell from charges years ago and are now so ready to brand the office of Surveyor on account or his defiance or them as Democratic lies Ihcy dumped this mud the dvU service order He did Una in the face of on the doorsteps of their candidate and it is their Senator Conklinga denunciation of the adminlstra tionfcnd his insolent remark that reform is the business to cart it away if they can Lit me say fur- Â¬ last refuge of a scoundrel But when Mr wish to deal only in fads I shall in ther Cornell at Conkiings dictation was nomi Â¬ dnge that I denunciation in personal abuse and no in no nated for Governor of New York last year and extravagant assertions as to Gen Garfields criminal-Â¬ was known to be in alliance with the Tammany wing ity If his eary accusers and present champions bad of the Democratic part v Mr Sherman entered tho shown more candor and loss partisan bias in dealing canvass and earnestly advocated his election so did with his conduct I should have felt less disposition Secretary Evarts while the President himself caused to arraign it If instead of attempting to prove his a statement to be made in the newspapers that If he character stainless they had been willing like tho were in New York he vnnld mrrHflUv Hr Xf - r- f3n4nrSAlV fniijvtti in nrlmlt Yita vMtnMi ami P T nll 11 n hlii ITiimiiilni liSwiiliu as T yaaliimi t u if thrCj JOTr Usiptauon fa period In wnirtfno jriddea jvm taking pa tin the Cornell and HottDTnipjiau -- u nu uuw iu my power charitable Indcment of the nulie there would hav io javor tneir election been less motive and less inclination to overhaul the I have no objection to the Government employes making contributions to the iund So pitiful a game facts and sift the evidence The peope have a right to know the truth respecting the character of a candi- Â¬ of fast and loose is more detestable than the absence of any pretense of principle or consistency and date for the highest office within their gift and if it cannot pass their scrutiny unscathed no forcibly Illustrates the omnipotent foulness of this amount of whitewash should be allowed to conceal administration Every feature of the civil service the fact order of three yea s ago every phase and similitude The material facts connected with the Retroactive of the reform Is openly diregarded and everywhere Salary bill may be briefly stated On the last day ot the Forty second Congress this measure appropriated treated with contempt So completely in fact has the civil service become the mere foot ball of schem Â¬ nearly 2000000 to pay tbe members of that Congress for salaries they had never earned It was regarded ing party managers and fashioned itself into the old by the people as a naked legislative theft Gen warp and woof of Grantism that In the late Chicago Garfield was Chairman of tho committee of confer- Â¬ Convention the Committee on Resolutloushating be- Â¬ ence havin I charge of the appropriation bill con- Â¬ fore the accusing party record repeatedly voted taining the retroactive provision and as such engi Â¬ down the proposition to allude in any way to the neered its passage and voted for it It is true that subject When the convention afterward was com- Â¬ be bad previously and repeatedly voted against the pelled to deal with it on its introduction by a Massa Â¬ salary increase as a separate proposition but this chusetts deecate the resolution offered according does not relieve him of the responsibility of finally to George William Curtis was pared into the ut-Â¬ voting for and urging its passage It is also true most possible harmlcssness and then practically that be attempted to justify his adion on the plea blotted out by the nomination of a man for the sec Â¬ that if tbe appropriation failed an extra sa sion of ond place on the ticket whose management of the Congress would bo necessary But this wn a pre- Â¬ New York Custom House had been the beau ideal of tense and not a Justification If the measure had the spoils system and an insult to tho administra Â¬ faLed through his opposition there was time enough tion which afterward crouched at his feet In atone- Â¬ for another committee or conference snd a further ment for the only decided spasm of virtue which had effoit to save the treasury If however he clearly exercised its conscience If an thing was wanting saw cr could have seen that an extra session of to round out and beautify these closing acts of the Congress would be the result it did not justify him convention it was the keen irony embodied in the in so flagrant a game of robbery He should have hungry and wolfish inquiry of the patrot Flanne washed his hands of it and scouted the Jesuitical gan or Texas What are we here for if not for principle which invited him to pick the nations office and patronage and if any political fact could pocket to avoid a greater evil That Gen Garfield be made absolutely certain it is that civil service rewas really in sympathy with tbe measure is shown form alter alif e of great travail and sorrow was at by his faise pretense that It was not a robbery or a last in its grave while you all know that Gen Gar- Â¬ theft at all but justified by legislative precedents field himself in his letter of acceptance has preached and by the fact that he allowed the salary to stand to its funeral and written its epitaph his credit and of course meant to retain it Six or This gentlemen is the record of the Republican seven weeks afterward it is true he covered it into party since the close of the wsr and the settlement of the treasury and thereby confessed his guilt But the questions it involved This Is the sum total of this was in the midst of a popular indignation which its promised achievements in the work of reform had spread like fire throughout the Union and a few within the party and lt shpws how entirely safe days after a Republican Convention at Warren in Secretary Schurz is in predlctlngthattbemillennlum Trumbull county In his Congressional district had will not follow the election of the Republican ticket censureQ him for his action respecting the measure I have spread out before you its reiterated profes-Â¬ and requested him to resign He only dropped bis sions and promises and the unfailing violation of swag when he found the police on his tracks them which has followed as the night the day and These are the simple facts bearing upon his ask any fair minded Republican to give me a slnglt connection with this transaction and tho people reason or even a respectable pretext for believing will dedde whether they do not slgnaTy fail to re Â¬ that the long delayed work will be accomplished It lieve him of his conspicuous responsibility fortius violated its pledges made in 1868 It proved equally memorable legislative outrage false to those made in 1872 It has defiantly mocked Tbe De Golyer pavement matter is connected with ts pjghted promise in 1876 which still kept the scheme of street improvements in Washington dive the hope of many Republicans and Inaugurated by the Board cf Public Works iu 1872 w as the climax of its nnrebuked ncie In response to bids which were invited by the beard ney it even musters the courage to disavow the De Golyer k Co applied for a large contract for lay Â¬ stock professions which have so long masked its ing their patent woolen pavement which was re real character If any honest man is still indined to jected by the They thereupon Board of Engineers to these danger slgnas all along trust it I point him determined to raise a large fund through which to lta pathway beckoning to beware Uy Its fruits it influence the action of the board in their favor and must be judged and if so it will be nailed to the the evidence taken before two Congressional investi Â¬ pillory by an overwhelming popular verdict The Republican leaders understand this perfecty and gating committees shows that sundry Influential par- Â¬ of this canvass we find hence at the Very threshold ties in Washington were enlisted in the work in- Â¬ them resort ng to the old game which they played so cluding It C Parsons then Marshal of the Supreme skillfully in 1K72 and 187C They are asking us to Court who was to receive a large fee for bis services excuse or condone their multiplied acts of mlsgov contingent upon an appropriation by Congress erument f or the last twelve years on the score of Out of this fee Mr Parsona agreed to pay Gen what the party did during tbe war and they insist Garfield 5000 for professional services before the with their old time vehemence upon the total de board in behalf cf the application of De pravity oi the Democratic party and tho exbaustlcss Golyer li Co for a contract If Gen Garsaving grace of their own The key note of the can Â¬ field was at that time known to the people vass was struck by the Republican candidate for as lawyer It is quite certain that he had won no Governor in his opening speech at Indlanapols He celebrity The question to be decided Involved the gave us to understand that should Gen Hancock character and comparative value of many patents Utah with her polygamy would bo elected both wooden and concrete and could scarcey be considered a judicial one at all There was no case be admitted as a State and thus give the in court because no one had been sued It was a party two Senators that the Indian Ter- Â¬ matter for experts and not for lawyers and it was ritory would tie carved into another State with two more Senators that Texas would be di Â¬ not to be tried by a Judicial tribuna Gen Garfield vided into five States and thus give the party eight never appeared before the board and never filed any additional Senators that tbe Judges of tbe Su- Â¬ written argument It be prepared one aa he de- Â¬ preme Court of the United States would be duplicat- Â¬ clares be did It strangely failed to find Its way to the ed and three fourths of them selected from the He once it South that then the reconstruction acts and consti- Â¬ tribunal Govwas intended to influence Shepherd on the subject in behalf of tutional amendments would all be pronounced un Â¬ spoke to his clients and received 2000 for serving them constitutional and void and finally that we should I think he must have known that his opinion of be saddled with the rebel debt and rebel pensions was not worth this and be compelled to pay the value of tho slaves un Â¬ wooden pavementshis factitious influence sum That as a mem Â¬ he received it for course would be constitutionally set free who of put back into slavery This brilliant unfurling of ber of Coiigress snd Chairman of tbe Committee on Appropriations is aa perfectly manifest as any fact the bloody shirt at the opening of the canvass can be short of a mathematical demonstration If by a gentleman of Mr Portera coolness and pro- Â¬ aa he declares he did not hlmseir know It nor verbial moderation seems a little remarkable and suspect it it is a psychological phenomenon which may well awaken doubt as to that mental soundness suggests tne suspicion that his picture of Demo- Â¬ cratic diabolism may have been painted with a pen- Â¬ which is the special boast of his friends Gen Gar Â¬ field and bis champions are endeavoring to whiten cil bequeathed by the late Senator Morton Mr Porter says this is no fancy sketch no picture of his record by asserting that the money to pay for these street improvements did not come but a sober danger which the imagination may before we know it become an appalling from the national treasury but from the reone If he really believes this his friends should sources of the District and had already been proÂ¬ provide him with a guardian or responsible commit- Â¬ vided by the District Government so that the only question involved waa the kind of pavement which tee to take charge of his person and estate instead should be used If this were true bis official posi- Â¬ of trying to make bun Governor If he does not believe it but Is simply seeking a party advantage by tion would have been less influential in his emplo- Â¬ a base appeal to popular ignorance he is a dema Â¬ yment and he would be at least partially exonerated gogue of very considerable promise and should be But the truth is that behind the District Government rebuked by the people according to his deserts But and its revenues stood Congress tho ultimate reÂ¬ this is the Republican argument and Mr Porter is sponsible authority for appropriations and that large appropriations for the De Oolyer pavement only one of the many leaders who are giving it voice When Secretary Sherman was in Maine he were afterward reported by Gen Garfields couuuit tee and passed That his official position and in- Â¬ told his audience that questions of money labor fluence constituted the motive of bis employment 1 and property sank Into Insignificance in the presence shown by tho fact that after he had been secure of the great sectional issue Senator Hoar as we his empojers made their boast that they had no have seen treats the Democratlcparty to day united undera famous Union General as imbued with the the Influence of tho man who held the purr strings of the United States and was the strong Â¬ same treasonable purpose and spirit which animated est man in Congress and on this ground It has the revolt against the Government in 1811 Even Senator Edmunds of Vermont lencU himself to the since been Judicially determined tliat the contract same madness These ideas will shape and inspire procured by such methods was against public poller and void I commend these pregnant considerations the Republican canvass in every section of tbe Union to Gen Garfields over zealous friends whose efforts I quarrel with the Republican party to day because its machinery is kept in working order by unholy apÂ¬ in wrestling with unmanageable facts promise to be- Â¬ come an interesting campaign study to passions and animosities that need nothing peals Respecting Gen Garfields transactions with Oakes so much as forgetfulness It lives upon the con Â¬ suming fires of sectional hate and makes crimina-Â¬ Ames his champions make the tame extravagant claim sof complete vindication as iu the charges I tion and recrimination respecting dead issues the fuel of our politics If anything could drive the have noticed They decline to make au excuses on people or the South into the madness ot treason it the score of weakness or ignorance but attempt to defend him absolutely Oakes Ames testified before would be the policy of tbe Republican leaders In per- Â¬ the Poland committee that he agreed to take ten petually branding them with and arraigning them in the language and spirit of I8C1 How can a quar- Â¬ shares or the Credit Mobilier stock and that he vmespaid him a dividend of 3 29 Ibe commit- Â¬ rel ever come to an end if the parties to It after a tee a majority of which was composed of Republi- Â¬ formal setteracnt make it their constant business to taunt escb other with their mutual accusations If cans unanimously round these facts to be true Undoubtedly they believed him as the pub- Â¬ tbe ashes of tho put are to be constantly stirred and our parties rallied on ths memories oi the war lic did with scarcely a dissenting voice But although to day who can predict the time when a real union several excellent reputations of the sections will be possible If the Ncrth and were destrojed or badly damaged by the evi- Â¬ dence of Ames before the committee yet now under the South are to be dealt with as two hostile camps ii ihoi len i vi tite lnlttep Is sailcd by leading newspapers which strocly cond mned Its culpable moderation at tbe timer its publication in not including sundry other members of Confresa Gen Garfield among them in tie rams condemnation it pronounced upon Ames and Broo Among these was Harpers WeeH IndM it was then Tery generally regarded by the pnbie as a whitewashing report and this view bad strong confirmation in tho fact that tbo members of ths committee were Gen Garfields dsily associates and a majority of them his personal and political friends who would spare bun as far as possibe And yet Harpers Weekly now says The authors of the report may have thought it neces Â¬ sary show their Impartiality by sacrificing snrsvof their own party friends This sug Â¬ gestion Is as stupid as It Is dishonorable to thejjnembers of that committee and shows to ww-a-w- w aa uncommonly accent new 4icij uj fcuv eiiKuaciCH oi political Thia journal alo says The whole uaruca m concerned Is a questlou xuni ami uazea Ames ana it i I tbolmpellngprewuroof a Presdential election and ven ye ta nl grave it is ln- ts respecting Gen Garfield wholly untrustworthy r re Tbe report of this com ihe51itieen i a ttenf to itKvt buh srtniTlTiitalv A If Iiifw 4 IS svvl although the friendly tone of thia in niill w hint artrl uiuwuay ttvfo buur-u w vu ilthnnnh uu lnrnrfVlad unaulmoualy reached an opposite conclu- uftrInn -- w uvug MH 4l DIIUUIW lug nCJKiUUg Ul3 character of the witnesses who came before them the manner in which they testified and all the cirÂ¬ cumstances of tho case The Xation falls into the same vein although at fint it spoke of I ho con Â¬ duct of GenGarfied in this affair as having at the time a very unfortunate appearance and said He undoubtedly bore Umsclfbady when the upÂ¬ roar began and ho discovered what a very serious view the pub ic took of Ames dealings with ConÂ¬ gressmen It now strongly accentuates the bad memory of Mr Ames indulges in several charitable suppositions as to the conduct and motives Of Gen Garfield and tenderly weigh the charges against him in the light of his good character about which it should remember that opinions are very greatly divided These organs likewise overlook certain circumstantal statements made by Mr Ames before tbe committee on the 29th of January which in fair Â¬ ness shoud havo been noticed in their review of the transaction He then testified to the effect that Gen Garfield in interviews after the Investigation ISsd Ivamtn uati nits tnulaml 4V uu ifsl uut a ckuii uiafc ij nuwiiva uu uiuucj risl been loaned him that be admitted that 2400 were due him in stock and bonds that he said this affair would be very injurious to him and was a cruel thing that he was in very great distress and hardly knew what ho did say and that he said he wanted to say as lltte about the affair as he could and get off as easily as possible These statements related to recent conversations snd cannot be got rid of on the plea of the bad memory or Mr Ames They wear the appearance of truth and if they were false they deserved a point blank contradic- Â¬ tion by Mr Garfield on his oath before the commit- Â¬ tee He Bat be never made that contradiction faied to confront Mr Ames as a witness respecting these statements and subject himself to the while some test of truth afforded by a cross examination but contented himself with an x parto printed statement of his defense several months later and after Ames bad died These facts do not favor the theory of his conscious Inbocence I will not brand bun as guilty bnt the very utmost that can bo claimed in his behalf Is that his wrong doing is not proven He is entited to the benefit of all reason abe doubts and to a fair and impartial bearing on the appeal now taken to Ibe jubllc from the finding of the Poland committee but the public will remember that ibis appeal is asked seven years after his conviction and in tbe midst of a national canvass In which tbe fate of his party is Involved In his vindication and it win not fall to weigh the evi Â¬ dence accordlngy I freely give him credit fbr his Ingenious and elaliorate defense of himself in re Â¬ sponse to the popular clamor in the spring of 187J bnt the trurXis after all that he stands before the nation under the shadow of suspidon That shadow cannot be removed by calling Jode Poland Gen Banks and Judge McCrary as witnesses to Impeach their own record It cannot be removed by the opinion of Senator Thnrman that his guilt is not demonstrated by the evidence It cannot be re- Â¬ moved by the friendly letter of Judge Back express Â¬ ing the strong assurance of Gen Garfield s ignor- Â¬ ance of the criminal purposes of Oakes Ames but leaving unnoticed the conflict between bis sworn statement and that of Gen Garfield respecting his agreement to take en shares of stock Nor can It be removed by the alleged action of his immediate constituents in condoning his error They have not condoned them In 1872 bis Congressional majority was 10941 but iq87 it was reduced to 2526 whle in ma last tleclloTtjen toe memory or tnu trans Â¬ action had VoJaBk is fadsd out of the public A tillMM les than bis full rvMuA sua uaatMMU navy was ready to back him while be saw that the plan of an Electoral Commission might possibly give the Presidency to Got Tilden His party had the military behind it and he knew how that power would be employed But he also strenuously opposed the particular features oT the electoral plan Hi principal ground of opposition was that if would enable the commission to go behind the returns snd sift the real facts In dispute This waa altogether natural for it is now known through offldal docu- Â¬ ments that as a visiting statesman he had taken a leading part In manipulating the returns in Louisi Â¬ ana and smoothing the way for a favorable decision by its Returning Board In a speech in Jhe House of Representatives of the 25lh of January 1877 he declared that tbe Electoral bill grasps all the power and holds States and electors as toys in its right hand It assumes the right of Congress to go down into the colleges and inquire into all the acts and fads connected with tbdr work It assumes the right of Congress to go down Into the State to reÂ¬ view the act of every officer to open every ballot box and to pass judgment upon every billot cast by 7000000 Americans This was Gfn Garfields opinion as a member of Congress as to the powers upon the commssion conferred but sfter the passage of the bill be became a mtinber of this tribunal He had assisted In doctoring the 9 turns snd preparing the case which was to settle the rishts Freeport - uatlj iiluibAiCI kann I1U tii I thereon agreeable to the constitution and the hn- so help ma God Eut how did he discharge his duÂ¬ ty under this oath In every instance he voted to conceal and suppress the Tery facts which on his own showing he waa solemnly bound to aid in uncov- Â¬ ering He knew all tbe facts to which I have referred relative to the frauds and violations of law In Louisi- Â¬ ana He knew that its Returning Board had openly and defiantly trampled under foot the law creating It and from which it derived its authority to count the vote of the State and that ltk action in counting it for Hayes and Wheeler was therefore ut- Â¬ terly null and void He knew that the commission without violating the rights of the State without go Â¬ ing down into tbe coUeges and Inquiring info all of the acts snd facts connected with their work but simply by ascertaining whether the election laws of Louisiana had been complied with would be warranted In rejecting the action of tbe board and awarding tbe State to Tilden and Hendricks Bnt he bad Joined his party associates in the foregone conclusion that the Democratic party nfust be de Â¬ feated at all hazards and it was too lata to can a halt In tbe devilish march of events throughiwblch 45 000000 of peope were to be deprived of the right to The stupendous choose their chief functionaries national Juggle mutt be performed and he was ready to act his part Tbe voice cf tbe repub io bad to be strangled and be nerved hlmelf for denied that tbe work and it can net 1 In accomplishing it be achieved a perfect triumph over his conscience and his country He was however only tha faithful servant of his mas Â¬ ter He was a part of the bing used machinery which had allowed nothing to stand ln4ta way Tho theft of the Presidency was simply the leaf and flower of that party idolatry which has been proÂ¬ nounced a more soul destroying evil in our repubir than the worship of idols in a heathen land It was the inevitable fruitage of long J ears of organized po- Â¬ litical corruption and prosperous lnakdmlniatra tlon and nothing could be more perfectly natural than the effort ot bis party to crown Gen Garfield with the great office which be aided In matching from its rightful caimant four years agv while nothing could more absolute demonstrate its unfit Â¬ ness to govern tlie country and the duty of the poo cle to sentence It to death proprietyin beccmlmr Inmsclfnniber of tnl great national Ketumlng Board and as such he took the following oath I James A Garfield do solÂ¬ emnly swear that I win impartially examine and conÂ¬ sider all questions submitted to the corn mission of which I am a member and a true Judgment give btrdestman to ben wool orambler is t divides his fel in the wide world low men into frIIMt sses and in Lis cJanguage ho calls terse and epi Ho suckers s ad thieves them on the one class thrives and grows alertness to keep and it requires ail me oiner xus irom oeing rout ned that he can perceptions are s from a knave distinguisu an Hi donaUy lie trcte at a glance but andalons manner picked up in a m ricorred in Chicago A case of tuts a day or two ag the following circumstances strange gambler A short time of much plausib ine address damongthe came to to ted lumselt brethren Klomauly Moi fc u castiQ de- andnrl dubious char- voted to s distance from acter located me course oi time Calhoun place he developed his plot ile Knew a man in JbTeeport who had S1000 to invest in tho bankincr business faro banking and if he the plausible stranger liad another 1000 he could go in with him He represented the Freeport man to bo a rank sucker whom it would be base gilly flattery to call an illustrious His plan was to borrow the 1000 from his new found friend who would come down to Freeport and in the absence of the native win out the entire bank roll his own 1000 natives 1000 and divide Thvlan old tricfe among gamblers and the gRitlemanly capitalist He- - knew knew it could bo worked too that the stranger and the Freeport aUt Usually a pro The peculiar conditions upon which a matrimonial affair was based in South Arkansas have just como to light Dick Anderson had just graduated between the plow handles It was said that he could run a furrow bo straight that it would break a knock kneed mans leg to walk in it Tins accomplishment was a kind of frontispiece to a future volume of agricultural success and more than one young ladyin the neighliorhood had her eye on the young catch Dick wasnt bashful but he didnt seem to be par ticnlarly impressed with the charms scattered around him like falling drops of water that linger on leafy trees after a rain But he soon met his fate a young Winnie was a lady Winnie Hogrow lxantifnlgirl and could cover as much com with a hoe and scrape as much cot- Â¬ ton as any man in the neighborhood Tho couple loved devotedly agricul-Â¬ turally Hogrow had raised his daugh trwith great care and now that sho Lad attained her zenith of usefulness it On grieved him tojhink of losing her i Sunday Dick went over and going out where the old man was shelling com to the pigs said Mr Hogrow Isuppose sir I dont suppose anything know Well then you doubtless I dont know anything Tliaticright then I am going to marry yourt1mghicrT and by next corn planting yonwill ToiowttTOthiiyj Ti roti weaken Mr Hogrow See here young feller I cant affordto loser mv caL I have had powerful badrludfrthis- - seasotp The cutworms began on the corn oy ine time iu camo np and the bugs pitched into the cotton and to make things worse my best mule and one of my cows got into a fight tho other day The cow hcoked the mule and the mule kicked the cow until both of them died So under the circum stinces Id rather youd marrysomebody else excuses - I Ill tell you what 111 do Dick make tliis arrangement Well wrestle and if you throw me the girls yourn if I throw you shes mine H you marry her against my will I shall pleasantly exterminate yon If you throw me and dont accept your misfortunes as Tm going to marry the girL ni arhe man might be him Iccrmanreof sfcxLsaisaj But I list pass uow in conclusion to other and still graver charges Gen Garfied was one of the visiting statesmen who repaired to New Orleans soon after the last Presidential election in response to ths invitation cf President Grant for the osten Â¬ sible purpose of securing a fair count of the vote of Louisiana The President ordered to that State imposing an military to force preserve the peace and see that the Return- Â¬ ing Board of tho State was unmolested In the perÂ¬ formance of its duty but ss he had already de- Â¬ stroyed dvil government there by the bayonet the necessity for this ruIUtary order was not apparent unless some new outrage was contemplated The situation was critical and a feeling of uncertainty and aarm prevaled throughout the country The Chairman of the Democratic National Commit tee In- Â¬ vited several representative public men of both po htcal parties to visit New Orleans in tho Interest of peace and the furtherance of the faithful performÂ¬ ance of Its duty by the Returning Board and on their arrival in tbe city they proposed to sen Â¬ ator Sherman Gen Garfield and their Repub Â¬ lican associates a Joint conference and friendly co operation with a view to a just and satisfac Â¬ tory settlement of the threatening controversy But this proposition was summarily rejected on tbe pretext that these representative Republicans hid no legal authority to interfere with the vote cf the State or the action of the officers in canvassing it To this it was repled that no such authority had been thought of and that the proposed conference contemplated rnly such moral influence ss it might be able to exert In response to this the Republi- Â¬ cans disavowed any authority or wish to interfere with he Returning Board ev en to that extent and thereby left the public competely in the fog as to the mean Â¬ ing of their mMon There could however be but one explanation since a single earnest word on their art In the interest of fair pay w ould almost certainly Eave been heeded while their persona presence and refusal to act showed that they sympathized witn the determination c f the board to count the State tor tbe Republicans at all events and were present for tbe purpose of abetting that object Tbo known character of tbe board confirms this view It was the creature and Instrument of a State Government founded in fligrant usurpation and fraud Although the law creating it required that its members should belong to different parties they were all RepubLcans and two of them officers in the I he law also reÂ¬ Custom House at Kew ureans quired the board to be composed cr five members but there were only tour and they utterly refused to fill the vacancy The entire clerical force of the board v as also composed of Republicans who would ot course le the ready instruments of their em Â¬ ployers Its uiemlierR were the same men who sat Uon It 111 1874 and after tho election of that ear took the majority of votes from one Bide and gave it to the other by unjust arbitrary and illegal act as reported by a ltepubIcan Congressional Tbe President of tbe board had committee branded himself aa a peajurer in tbe tes-Â¬ timony be bad given respecting the State elec- Â¬ tion of that jiar and had digraced himself b his political rascality aud disregard of law while holding bis gubernatorial office iu 18C7 The other members of the board were his fit associates aud It had been characterized by Hon Wm A Wheeler as a disgrace to civilization and was covered with universal suspidon And yet Gen Garfield and his Republican confederates in rejecting tbe proposition for a Joint conference declared that they had no reason to dcrtibt that a perfectly honest and just dec Â¬ laration nftbe results of tbe election in Louisiana wTfrjjrffierRae by this tribunal That this declara tioiv rfus a deliberate and conscious falsehood must be accepted as certain unless we can defend these distinguished statesmen by attributing to them a density of ignorance respecting well known events aa disgraceful to them as lying That Gen Garfield had lent hlmreif to the Returning Board In its con- Â¬ spiracy to cheat tbe people of the United States is still more fully confirmed by it action while canvassing the votes It refused to fill the vacancy in its liody and supply the wanting political element It wrapped itself in the mantle of darkness by ex- Â¬ cluding from its sessions the public the general press reporters the Supervisors and Registrars of elections and tbe candidates for office and their at- Â¬ torneys Iu a number of instances tbe sealed re- Â¬ turns from distant parishes were clandestinely opened and the papers tampered with alter they bad been received b the board All thesefacts were known to Gen Garfied It was simply Impossible to attend its dally sessions and scrutinize Its action without realizing that forgery perjury and fraud were liberally woven into its work On the alleged ground oi Intimidation it flagrantly violated the law from which it derived its authority by throwing oat tha ballots of 7000 to 8000 legally qualified voters In order to secure a Republican victory This action was founded solely on this ground there being no chargo of repeating ballot stufflug or fraudulent returns and inasmubh as the board could take no action in any way on the subJecCof lntimldationwlthout a strict compliance with tbe detailed and drcumstan tial provisions of the State election law and as the fact Is undented and undeniable that no such com Â¬ pliance was made the board bad no jurisdiction whatever except to count tbo votes returned Its action in counting them for Hayes and Wheeler was therefore an utter defiance of the laws of tbe State a flagrant outrage upon Justice and decency and a hideous mockery of representative Government This gentlemen is my indictment against Gen Gar- Â¬ field He was an accomplice in the crime of cheat- Â¬ ing tho people of the United States by pladng in the Presidential chair a man who was never elected and by this act of treason against free Institutions has forfeited his right to the suffrages of tho American A Scene In a ScboolRoopi Boy nature was neither studied or un- Â¬ derstood in tbe former days If the modern school taking its one from the modern family leans nnduly to the side the old fashioned of moral suasion Bchoolmaster was a partisan of flogging He also took his cue from the parents whoecmofto was Spare the rod spoil the child Ive brought you our Jock said a Scotch mother to the schoolmaster drag- Â¬ ging forward a struggling young savage inind ye lick him weell No wonder that Jock thus consigned to the should growup Of course ho would be- Â¬ a worseBavage come a bnlly and beat his weaker mates A Scotch editor commenting on the rough school of his boyhood where nothing kept the boys in any sort of or- Â¬ der hut tho strap tausc is its Scotch name describes a scene which he wit- Â¬ nessed during a school session Jock had maltreated a son of hers on the green and she had come to inflict vengeance upon him before the whole school Jocks conscious soul trembled at the sight and she had little difficulty in detecting him Ere the master had recovered fromthe astonishment which her intrusion liad created the fell virago had pounced upon his new acquaintance meant to do the square thing with him He accordingly advanced the 1000 but in order to secure himself he sent a trusted ally to go and look after it The partner was to telegraph the Chicago capitalist when it was time to come down toFrec port with his old white hat and win out tho roll In order that there might le no unpleasant complications the tele-Â¬ gram was to be wordsd It is a goal The capitalist time to buy pork waited anxiously for electric instruction to invest in pork but instead there came a letter from lus agent conveying the sad intelligence that one day while lie was out eating his dinner another man in a white hat had dropped in and won out 2000 On his Teturn he had tho Freeport with remonstrated sucker and thfi chance acquaintance but liad been scoffed at and reviled and threatened with corporeal punishment if he did not vacate the premises forth- Â¬ with To make a long story short he bounced and had been incontinently was even then on his way to Chicago He did not know how he was going to get homo but if his shoes held out he would lie due in a week or two The public needfeel no alarm about the agent He wQl eventually reach the city with his mourjful story of the sudÂ¬ den disappearancacithe 1000 The faith iu buinan Chicago nature has sustahieclii severe shock and he will make no further investments in pork or in plausible strangers from Freeport Â¬ but ho came to the conclusion that standing in to rob cavf wrestler in tho country He had chal- Â¬ lenged everybody and had thrown every- Â¬ After eatingdin one who had accepted ner the old man announced his willing-Â¬ ness to take the first ballot Dick was willing The contestants including the girl went into the yard the girl took the hats and the men grappled eadh other Tho signal was given and Dick went over the old mans head and plowed a short furrow in the ground Give me my hat he said to the girL Dont give it np she remarked Go away and handing over his tile Dick left discouraged but practice taking the grrls advice wrestled with steamboat men and farriers until the time for the next train came At the ap- pointed time Dick appeared at Hog rows residence Feel like you can cut your capers pntty well asked the old man I think so I feel that my cause is just and with tho aid of kind Provi- Â¬ dence I hope to pile you Providence comes in putty handy at times said the old man pulling off his coat but its a harder matter to buck agin an old stakcr Get outen yer jacket If I fall the gal and tho farm is yourn Four hundred acres and all under fence Gal weighsone hundred and fifty pounds The two men grap Big inducements sswpssliv2fin Dick plowed up the--earth Dont give up said the girL for the land No said the old man is under fence and the gal weighs one hundred and fifty can handle a hoe -- marry her this farm together with the gal is yourn Til give three trials one to day one three weeks from now and the other six weeks Dick was compelledto agree although tho old man was recognized as tho best -- t w middle of the floor and thcro began to belabor him with tho domestic tausc which she had brought for the purpose The screams of the boy the anxious entreaties of the master with his con- Â¬ stant Wine wifie be quiet be quiet and the agitated feeling which began to pervade the school formed a scene which defy words to paint it Nor did IVIeg desist till she had given Master Forsyth reason to remember her to the latest day of his existence She then took her departure only remarking to the teacher Jock Forsyth will no meddle with my Jamie again in a hurry Seal Bocks the culprit had dragged him into the The seal rocks off San Francisco are well worth seeing There is a weird fas- Â¬ cination in them something so hide- Â¬ ously uncanny in tie swarm of sprawl- Â¬ ing squirming things that rear them- Â¬ selves about among the jagged fissures and so utterly unlike any other known voice of animate or inanimate nature is the hoarse deep cry that goes up incessantly from all the million tirroafs and predominates over the thunders of tho ocean itself Every rock from the hase to the peak is alive with shapeless things in perpetual motion tumbling over each other twisting rolling light- Â¬ ing in clumsy fashion with their uncouth flippers or plunging with marvelously smooth graceful curves into the boiling foam that breaks all around their rocky Some are tawny brown or fortresses yellow and these have had their coats dried by the sun after a few hours bask- Â¬ ing on the rocks but those who have just wiggled up out of the surf are a dull slaty black and look like animated bags of wet gutta percha All ages and sizen aro represented from the monarch of Ben Butler a gray old the eclony giant who might weigh some 3000 pounds down to the babies who are just learning to wiggle and squirm and leap after the fashion of their mammas and add their infant notes to the general chorus The sight is wonderfully inter- Â¬ esting to tho initiated Â¬ Novel Occupations aro men in Paris who go from There hospital to hospital collecting the linseed plasters that have served the turn of doc- Â¬ Smart Girl One of the many handsome young ladies residing in tho aristocratic portion of a Cincinnati suburb packed up a small gripsack one morning recently says the Cincinnati Enquirer and departed for a visit with a friend at one of the many picturesque stations that abound on the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton railroad Finding upon her arrival at Cincinnati that she had several hours in which to make the train and as she also wished to purchase several of those things bo essential to the completion ot a young ladys wardrobe she con- Â¬ cluded to make her purchases and pass a portion of the surplus time in walking to the depot She made her purchases and was leisurely strolling along Fifth street admiring the latest summer styles when her meditations were brought to an abrupt termination by a dapper dandified little fellow who was rigged up in one of the very latest style summer suits his cranium was covered with a hat constructed upon the second story plan a pair of eye glasses straddled the bridge of his Roman nose and a sweet killing smile appropriately adorned hia countenance who stepping up politely lifted his hat and accosted her thus Excuse ahme pleasure of The young carryingyourportraMiteau lady looked at himfcesitated a moment as if meditating pother it would be safe to trust him asB with a Certainly sir certainly handed him the grip- Â¬ sack which the handsome Lothario took at the same time tipping a wink to a couple of friends who were loafing on the corner The couple started toward the depot and as they meandered along the young man tried to strike up a conversation with the young lady but she evidently wasust in a very talkative mood as she conlfc not be induced to speak only in answer to direct questions ered in monosylla- and those she blest Arriving depot the young on ot the yonng lady to the o 1 his friends masher and u who had foil lust to watch developments pi out her pocket- book and hartllfl a dime said in a voice loud enou for the bystanders to hear Tm rei orry bnt its all the change I h Im very much obliged to you for your kindness I as- Â¬ sure you it is appreciated and should I ever meet you again j wui give you io cents as it is certainly worth a quarter took her portmanteau and got aboard the train leaving the masher stand-Â¬ ing on the sidewalk The young man with a scowl at his friends who were his discomfiture cruelly laughing mumbled out sonmhing about smart alecks andjicontinently fled A wondprful trial take place to night in the dark I here at 10 oclock Anyway suits me replied the old man Ill meet yon anywhere At 10 oclock the old man stood in tho yard chnckling His combatant climbed the fence and approached Without ex- Â¬ changing a word the two men grappled The struggle was short The old man went up into the air came donn and struck the ground with a force that almost took hi3 life He lay for a mo- Â¬ ment almost nnconscioua Dick raised him up and assisted him into the house The gal and the farm is yourn said the old man and the young couple em- Â¬ braced each other The next day they were married Shortly after tho cere- Â¬ mony was over a large negro man ap- Â¬ peared at the door and attracting Dicks attention said I wants my 10 I flung the ole man hard nough to kill Dick gave him Wheres my money him 10 and turning around received a searching look from the old man ril Real- Â¬ said the bridegroom explain izing thatl couldnt throw yon and at the same time realizing that my happiness depended upon this marriage I re-Â¬ Hero he sorted to a bit of treachery stopped to buckle his arms around his wife I fonnd a big negro that I knew could throw you and offered him 10 Thats why 1 wanted the wretling to take place in the dark After he had thrown jou I rushed forward and raised you np When Dick had finished the old man looked at him for full five minutes andre marked It was a mighty mean trick but the farm and gal are yourn Four hundred acres under fence and the gal weighs one hundred and fifty wQl meet yon Â¬ Dick went away and pondered It was evident that the old man could tlirow him every time To lose the girl was to wreck his life An idea struck him He smiled He left the neighborhood and remained until the time for the third fall was nearly up On tho appointed day he visited the old man I have agreed to everything said Dick and now I ask a favor Hitherto I have been embarrassed Let the final The nationality of soldiers in the army during the great rebellion is given as follows Native American British American English 1523300 43500 114200 176800 48400 26500 2018200 5300 Per rent 7348 Irish 263 226 876 2J3 133 714 German Other foreigners Foreigners nativity unknown Total 10000 peope But this Is not alt After tbe Louisiana fraud had been consummated and the apprehenson of dvil it war led to the proposal of an Electoral Commission to settle the disputed question Gen Oarflod op- Â¬ He posed the measure for two remarkable reasons denied the necessity for any such tribunal on the ground that the Vice President had the right to count the vote and declare the result It is true that this right had been denied by nearly all the leading men of the country of whatever party and that accord Â¬ ing to an unbroken line of precedents beginning with the election of Washington and reaching down to the year 1876 the counting of the electoral v oto is rightfully done by Congress or under its authority and direction But Gen Garfield knew that the Vice President was ready to assume tbe disputed authority and that the President with the army and I tor and patient afterward pressing the oil from the linseed and disposing of the linen after bleaching it to tho paper Others make a couplo of francs makers a day by collecting old cords which beÂ¬ ing cleaned and pared fetch it is said half a franc per hundred A lady resi- Â¬ dent of the Faubourg Saint Germain is credited with earning a good income by hatching red black and brown ants for One Parisian ac- Â¬ peasant preservers cording to the Continental Gazette gets his living by breeding maggots out of tho foul meats he buys of the chiffoniers and fattening them up in tin boxes Another breeds maggotsfor tho special behoof of nightengales and a third merchant dastieots boasts of selling between tliirty and forty millions of worms every season for piscatorial purposes Ho owns a great pit at Montmartre wherein he keeps his store Every day his scouts bring him fresh stock for which he pays them from five to ten pence per pound according to quality reselling them to anglers at just double these rates and clearing thereby something over 1500 a year tributed by her husband to tho fact that Anxious to diosover the guilty party he- - procured a new horseshoe from a blacksmith shop pre- Â¬ pared it in some way to 4ctlike a charm and then threw it into the fire Not long afterward he heard one of his neighbors complain of a burning pain in her chest and believod that ho had found the witch To make sure he placed some salt urder the carpet at tho doorway of his house and awaited tho result Several neighbors came to see the sick woman and crossed the thresh- Â¬ old without difficulty but the suspected one stumbled in passing over it Ho in- Â¬ tends to try further experiments re-Â¬ ported to be effective in discovering she is bewitched witches Detecting a Witch A singular instauco of belief in witch- Â¬ craft a superstition supposed to bo ex- Â¬ tinct is reported from Norristown Pa Some days ago a young married vomtn was taken ill and her sickness waa at-Â¬ Delicious Pineapple Custabd On the day before yon wish to use the cus- Â¬ tard peel and pick to pieces with two forks a nice pineapple Put plenty of sugar over it and set it away Next day make a custard and when cool mix with the pineapple which will have become soft and luscious and thoroughly sweetened Graham Bread Tlireo cups graham flour one and a half cups Indian meal half cup molasses one teaspoonful ol soda two of cream of tartar salt to taste consistency of thick batter Bake in a covered tin three honrs in a moderate oven or steam if preferred the same length of time This is pronounced ex-Â¬ cellent by every one who tries it Wet up with milk or water to the Cut bread fine for filling for fowls this is better than to crumble it No aogginess Idost like Jones said Snodgrass No he added after a pause I dont like him The fact is Jones speaks so much of himself tells so much yon know that he doesnt leave auy room for Does any reader the imagination know Jones I J J jJUWLfcUaU XH5jfe I f fi 9 I THE HICKMAN COURIER PUSL18UED OttzraicESS KVEr FRIDAY DT An Open BORE IlICKUAir - WARKEX3 KENTUCKY Clinton Street Western Kentucky Fill Jgllt tin- - and a Fair fin pi res The People only OrnoE Helnte Building the Oldest Ktatpaper in George Warren Editor Price or Subacrlplioii FRIDAY roit pafcrtnwtT W1NFIELD SCOTT HA1TC0CE of Pennsylvania 2 SEPT 10 1830 or tice pbciideit W II ENGLISH of Indiana ELECTORAL The Hon Oscar Turner and the Hon W V Tice Democratic candi dates for Congress met in joint discus sion at trio court house Monday lu l and occupied the utteution of iho sov- Â¬ ereign people from 2 p m until after 6 oclock This was their first encoun tor and of coure the discussion was to eaeh somewhat of a leap in the dark a mutually cautious leeler with the exchange eT a few shot lo discover each others position It bo tog Colonel Bera appointment he opened the dfcfcioo The first hoPof his speeoh was de voted to a roviaw of his services iu the last Congress He gave a review of the doings of the extra session and the noble straggle of the Democracy in Congress to prevent the use uf sol Â¬ diers at the rraUte the use of Federal Marshals in citVralling elections aud the humble biHfcamest nart he bore TICKET rORTOE Thomas L Jonesof Campbell A E Richards of Jefferson STATE AT LABOE t Y- -- - C M that ever Attorney lie Uuited AXD REAL ESTATE A GENT oVSris services State KY HICKMAN discussion of the EEPS the best Coffee Sugar Molts- Crosslanda majority at the re guIanHHRxsv- He felt it was Official NATIONAL TICKET to- - repepr to the people of hi- ses Flour Lard Bscon c lo be Real Estate Bought Sold Rented Sx over Robertson 1412 Thomas over hi duty Having no partner changed and Taxes Paid found in Hickman and madea powerlul argument in favor to divide proofs with wl sell goods the Beed 1479 a a declared by the Secro Distriot haw and wherein he bad of Hancock and EnglishThis part Speciality in Coffees Qreen permanently located in Hick Â¬ sought to keep bis promises and pledg cheaper Ury ofState of his speech was frequently applauded Ground and Roasted C ne and see for HAVINGwill practice in all tbe Curts Kes to the people to favor reform and He paid a glowing tribute to General of the first Judicial District yourself President Hayes and his Cabinet economy Noting as a new member Hano6ek as a soldier aud to his bold Tbe collection of claims and investiga Â¬ 4Country produce of II kinds taken raaxl5 tion of real estate titles made a specialty- in exchange for goods or Cash are mil junketing around the country the irresponsible manner in which the stand in favor of the supremacy of the electioneering for Garfield aod having peoples money was voted away by civil ovsr the military when a com HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS H A T mander in the South He dwelt at a good time generally Congress he introduced and succeeded HICKMAN KT length upon such points but rather having passed a rule requiring the-- parenthetically he remarked that while A Tamerman was asked Monday in yeas and nays tfcbe called on all bills we honored and resppcted Gen Han DEALER IK HICKMAN KENTUCKY how often tbeywould want to endorse thau anything Richard Grant White Tour Hooey or Your Life of appropriatiorJf He said he had teen cock ns a Federal soldier it did not ever wrote or is capable of writing Italian and American Marble ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS Turner for Congress As long as he Defrees ha superintendent of the thousands aod ihwusands ol dollars follow that the people wanted to fill all entrusted to their care If Garfield shall be elected the MONUMENTS lOMB AND GRAVE lives and when he dies we may run Public Printing Office Washington the minor offices with Federal officers Office STONES Millet Block appropriated with only ten or fifteen most shameful page of American HisCity has caused the following notice Time being called on the Colonel he bis executor was the reply fine lot Amer tory will ell that after a century of HAVING received aMarble Iofam premember voting aud it was impossible occupied to be poBied in the office Italian but a few minutes more Notice Persons who have agreed high pressure progress and sweet en pared to fill all orders Call and examine The jury that acquitted Arnold was for the people to find out which mem thanking the people for the confidence C to contribute funds to meet the neces lightenment of moral ideas a putres Â¬ sot work asserting his Tioe bane in effigy to show the peoples ber voted for or against any appropria heretofore bestowed r from the oountry promptly cent political corporation maintained BOrders ATTORNEY Ar LAW sary and legitimate expenses of ihe condemnation of the verdict No ver tion the records wouldnt give the grateful appreciation o mnyJfi malignity and filled OPPOSED THE PADUCAH APPROPRIA Republican campaign will be called power through fraud Collector Real Estate Agent diet was ever rendered in Kentucky names His rule succeeded in making TION upon immediately after pay day for the falsehood over fifty millions of Iree XjT ItHIOTJSE COL TICES SPEECH meo so called HICKMAN KY that caused more indignation- every member present go on the record which Col Turner plumsdhimself on money aud it is hoped it will be louisville ky Col Tice commenced his speech Jbj securing for There is nothing particularly new to TS BEING ENTIRELY REFITTED AND Will attend promptly to all bnsl his people He didnt like paid Those who go homo lo vote lor or against these appropriations-He-believecomplaining that Col Turner had de be said about the Presidential canvass Toe campaign in Indiana is warm ness entrusted him in Southwestern Refurnished it would save the people voted the major partot his time to the Federal courts any too well and he need not contribute Kentucky and Nerthwestern Tennessee exeept that on he Republican ide it PRICES REDCCFD ing up at a lively rate Tha whole would excui c tho Colonel from obtain SignedJ John D Defrees Special itten tion gives to the investiga millions of dollars and squelched many discussion of questions pertaining to ing any more such favors for him He drifts every day more aud more rapt Full board and Large Handsomely-furnishepower of the Republican party from rooms 3 per day tion of Land titles and the purchase ana dly into the denunciation of the South jobs aud subsidies Kuowing that the himself Turner aud to his services gave some laughable experiences of his W ALMY Manacer J f jan8tf no15 4w sale ef Real Estate The Hancock Boom very State in the Union will be used rule could be repealed by a future in Congrers to the neglect of a proper awu as u ptactitioner in the Federal New York Correspondence Boston Herald and prediction of the dreadful things the pcrpose of capturing the Hoo for discussion of tho great principles of court Facts taught him ihe Demo tharthese If ono were to lake a tour among tbe South will dn in Congress be had embodied the rule as the Ucmocratic He compli Â¬ Custom 7oues were often made the Most uf ihe e party tier State COEatile the common people in aud around crais come into power an ameudmeot to the Federal constitu mented Turner highly as to ability aud vniuinAi ahu unbv hKnuinfi arseuah and fraud houses of paitisans New Yurk he would find it for Han Â¬ predictions were used freely in 1S72 iaMu1 The Maine State elections occur on tion which was yet pending in Cou experience in public affairs but faulted in theSouth They werethe Source cock from circumference to center aud 1876 and are very familiar The ouly new edition to the old lis I hsve a further evidence of his him along with other public men that of fearful exlravagauce Â¬ gress the 13th Of course Maine will go Re As Col Turner The thoughtful and observing us well ihey neglected publican The Democrat greenback faifhful- stewardship he cited tha fact and theories ofto dicuss the principles prided him elf on his rule in Congress as the ignorant and enthusiastic in ist remarked is lhat the South will divide Threshing Machinery and Portable the party befnro the requiring be yeas and nays onappro- - that he will carry Ihe iuto five stales and with their aid rue State The and Traction Engines fusion ticket has made the canvass hot that he had sought to amend the rules people He Tice Few il the North with a rod of iron that many priations mined lie Tice had THE STANDARD ot exoEmoa OmjlNt a go from eVafekEriMn World but Maine is Republican and will al sothat a member could force a vote of the old men could tell why they tho record on the p issage oferi Pa cheers which whenupthey passthe Coney any outrages have as yet made their tie Island boats the huge were Democrats but he doubted if the ducah appropriation and it wasjpassed appearance hut they will probably be on bills and measures before Congress ways go vote the Presidential year collar box fortress on Governors Isl Â¬ COMPARABlEtnCaworautMitry and of ft rurmt nrfrmirmMft XUgiuU 1iaiih and to thus free a member from the youu men in the audience could tell under a suspension of the boasted rule and are someihing of an imliuutiou of prwduced during the coming month Stauff ot Model They now charge visitors to the why they were Democrats MARVELOUS tor wOg nptriarymA b a3 H dr Ht then Hi noticed that si mi ay bills had paa j ihe popular feeling No les so is the despotic control of stocked committees gavo a somewhat of Una ua vmimaHjt kncrn u tho only raeeeasfal UaseltNN Cry of trntiO In tUt TrLi5-lHl-- s z Tfareahar in VUx Tfraothr Ctorar and all tAhsr Seefe succinct history o Kentucky penitentiary 15 cents ad fe natag kca than haU the nsoal csan asd bdta Astonishingly Durable and tcoxdtrfuFv He said it was a fact that committees the political parties in this country and ed under a similar suspension of the rule fact that one of ihe madilliou manu STRAW BURNING STEAM ENGINES with apedat PORTABLE TRACTION and for different erisstou and the Frankfort Yeoman ot the country It facturers of New York is selling a President ayett has sub iaiuially fsatorea of Powot DanbUiiT SafetrEconoar and Beaotr eotintj tmksowa in other xaakes Steao of Congress were oftentimes constitut tha distinctive principles and issues appeared thatparts specialty Tern dim at Power Qutats and Steam Power Separator aMoanted Horse Power Separators na thousand and thopsjnds thousand of his Utile llancooi luina checked tke clamor iu Repuldie u complains at tho jdcaof tbo State go- air to tweXra hon power lo two styles ImnroTPd ed with a view to throttling a square which caused the divisions in our early of dollars went out of ihe treasury exTwo Continuous Business bithu homo without ahacs ures all over he country where he newspapers about tiaud ii the cenu Thhtrlocal wn Yeara of Prosperous andctrosx cc name or manacement nznlalies a iBg into the isbpw business without history paying a mod eulogy to the actly the same way The track wn guarantee for superior goods aoa nonoraMo aeauag vote and that thus constituted they srlls a huudred ofi irficii And ev- - ol South Carolina ie ie what he grand old Democratic party Well perhaps the aver Â¬ advertising Ha then adroitly covered anjUcdufd SllllYirtUJ newoadeiral neceat mad popalarUy T nt frujJ erxhere ar v t i - it i killed bills witbouixtiviog members a took up the uaiiimal ticket and rivL rTprrj n l the out how Turner or nffj age Frankfort man TfoshTKfferTree v it jay Mm ana pua a axnx ua xamcRi inuwiaa 0 ia iiois 01 i no ii fc rnre stated by the V hingon chance to vote Tis was notably true national platform at length aud dis r XVaou nodvoted lio dtdu t charge any o IUMon er it extend- into ill- - i n dt trics r BE NOT DECEIVED of charge New York Her la7aH5aaaaaaaaaH PrvOZ of the of all measures pertaioing to the tans cussed them vety ably fcr neh cxperttaental ami vortUen iMciinerr The great in in obtaining bene xDoronriairoi 9 The uot I am utiab1 o ay mh If j trar u very id a alLft thaMOrle4nlBal tM0italiitxrn ux crest CPw fall iiiilsu call onroour Aealers ar Vrtta tor Ulutrmted Cbeolanvtildk JnE hottest political campaign on He labored to get this rule but the purposeofof ihe country and the grand record didnt give the necessary infor prevalent iu the metropolis and sub mail traa A4rea A Republican ex member of Cun the Dt mocratic party was nation He did charge that burner burbs CO Battle Creek Mich JUCBOLS SHEPARD record is now in progress in Indiana Republicans with the aid of high pro to assert the principle which the greMi tmui South Carolina who has party aud ihe eoufidenee of the president called If the Republicans fail to carry it tective Democrats cucceeded in defeat advocated to secure the triumph of ought to have ri en in his sVat such How Engllali I entered hid solemn protest against nttimims lo to urge a new census in the State these principles in national affairs Garfield is beaten and his friends know log it It violation of his pet rule instead of Intllttiia The Pre ddeni frankly told him that of small consequence it On the contrary if the Democrats In order to get a free and nntram was a matterTurner himself or some stepping in as a beneficiary of its sus A Washington special t a Itepuh he did uot believe there was the slight whether Col pension In discussing Turners ef- Â¬ fail to carry it our prospects will be melted vote from members representing e i foundation now for the alleged other individual Democrat was elected forts to gut trace chains farming im Mean paper says Co Young The open manner in which English fraud- aud taking the vote for Presi pretty blue Indiana is the State on agricultural districts he offered a bill to Congress so the individual repre Â¬ c on the free list Mr Tice is conducting thecaovas- - fur his elee plements dent iu South Carolina in 1879 as a which the Presidential contest hinges placing trace chains upou the free list sented the party and tho principles the announced himself is favor of OF THE SAFEST ANB MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER lion even to the management of de basis of calculation South Carolina ONE Solicited No individual could believing that if he could get a vote party professed laiN calls forth considerable commenl ought lo have iu 1880 nearly it not FREE TRADE Special and prompt attention given to tha shipment of all kinds of Country Ouio is a doubtful State with the accomplish aoylhiuggoud disconnected upon this upon its merits some of them hero may9 9 quite a milliuu inhabitants The ex Produce Live Stock etc chances in Garfields favor the Demo from party association and influences and argued at some length from this English has done in to win as the Congresman departed and bewildered dare not vote against it but under the Hence the grand necessity Ho argued thatjthe na Â¬ standpoint of strict rats holding a reasonable hope by a lead of Mr Garfield they rallied and tional expenses should be apportioned Republicans arc beginning to find out at the President siateuieut and it is DISCIPLINE IN THE PARTY strong pull and the least slip on the between tho Stales acoording to tar The editor of lha Lmii ville Post said began to realize that there were too He offered a bill ex defeated him part of the Republicans If the Dem- empting agricultural implement but organization for the more certain suo able wealth and that each Stale should who has just returned from a tour ol many corroborative lacts sustaiuing the cess of the principles of the party He thu3 provide tor its ownpro rala of inspection in Indiana trives thi iuter accuracy of the census returns lo be ocrats should carry Ohio with Indiana He also offered had some differences with Col Turner national expenses and thus admit- all eslinir account of the manner in which disputed at this late day they defeated him Hancock will have a walk over in No- Â¬ a and he was foreign manufactured goods to free the Democratic Vice Presidential can a similar bill in the interest of the as o party discipline vember If the Republicans happen ARKANSAS millS HOUSE nAS BPEN RECENTLY ENLARGED REFITTED REFURNISHED allowing farmers to as ready to make the issues now as any compotitiou with home manufactures didate is attending to businasa tobacco giowers and and I to carry both Ohio and Indiaua Gar lime Col Turner had said that while tfere Tioes time expired It will bo seen that Mr EnglNh The State Carried by the Usual DemoA watch ad thoroughly renovated of Convenient to riverhotel railroadsection attentive in this the best appointed without license but it failed honoring Gen Htnouuk kepi and altogether ons sell cratic Majority as a federal fields election is assured If the Dem Of oorse thissummaryveTy im has perfected his organization whioh is tuayO 79 TBI2KEB W He also offered a bill allowing farm--er- soldier it didnt follow that Ihe people perfectly reports Ihespesches 6eiiher a marvel of political generalship and carry Indiaua and the Republi- Â¬ ocrats VoteAgClinst the to manufacture apples aud peaches wanted to fill minor offices with federal Tice or-- Turner and is only Intended shows him to possess executive ability An Overwhelming cans Ohio the November race will be Repudiation Amendment into whisky and brandy in small quan- soldiers This he Turner intended to touch the points made ogive tbe of the highest order Committees have neck and ceck with the chances in He haduo conceal publio an idea of the drift of the con been appointed in every county a lor him Tice Little Rock Ark Sept 6 The tities free of tax but It failed Next thorough poll of the legal voters with indications are that at the election for favor of Hancock ment to mike His action had been test J in the list ol his services he explained iu their jurisdiction is being made all State and county officers and prompted by conscientious motives and The campaign in Colorado this year his motives and purposes in getting the a sense of patriotic duty Ho Tice and the leports received from Ihem menbers of tbe Legislature to day TURNERS REJOINDER was a ihus far are of the most satisfactory the Democrats carried the Slate by the will be hotly contested aod tho Demo appropriation fur building the Ho Turner was amazed aTices character Mr English will soon know usual majority The eleotion passed AT PADDCAH FEDERAL SOLDIER crats are confident of success It is a FEDEBAL COintTjAUOUSE ignorance as to parliamentary fa w He within a few hundred votes what is the off quietly The Republicans olaim well known fact that a majority of He said all hitj predecessors had at- Â¬ He felt uo cau e to wish todeny it es thought it pitiable lie then proceed strength of the two parties and unless ihe election of W S Oliver as Sheriff is appropriation and pecially here in liberty loving Ken ed to explain the operation of the rule the entire character of the two parties of Pulaski those who settled fn that State this tempted to get county Nothing definite He was a Uuinn man desired in Congress and indulged the hope and unless the entire character of the can be ascertained however before He thought it in lucky year are Democrats and the result of had not succeeded llie Union o be preserved protected Alp and reports change the final result will morning The election here to day the last LeadviHe election and a count the interest of the people of the whole nod defended Heuce he volunteered that Tice would rub himself uot show his ignorance so flagrantly show enormous Democratic gains Mr was very quiet There were three of voters in the principal towns hows District and not exclusively of Padu He went into the army under the Crit hereafter He was also annoyed at English has done his work quietly tickets in the field in this Pulaski their nieces to be reasonably certain cah The people of this section had teoden resolutions which was a pledgo Ticos attempting to tell tho old gray but he has done it well He is seldom county Democratic Republican and Tbey have a very strong State ticket from time to time to go before the that the war should be waged only for haired Democrats present why they seen except by those who cnnio to re Greenback It will take the official in the field and the Republicans are Federal court at some place any non- Â¬ the preservation of Ihe Union He were Democrats1 andto instruct them port or consult upon the campaign count to determine the result The was conrcieniiousand acted up to his in the theories and priuciplcaof the already put upon the dciensive in re- He attends lo no other business It is question involved was the proposed could fiyce them to do so and convictions What citizen or Ken gard to Governor Pitkins action in resident party It showed effrouiery in a new terest of the people tuokiau faulted him for thusacliug up convert like Tice He ihdustifltgopd said he labors fifteen hours per day amendment to the Constitution repu hence it was trie calling out militia and Garfields sil In de- Â¬ He opined that aludy for Tice for jadainjjby his There is no noise about in no boast diating certain bonds which was fhave that court lo to his couvictioun of his District ver record acknowledge now that he speech Jio Tice didnt kpjpw that ing Letters pour in Each one is feated in this county by over 2000 cated at thte ivement point pos J many would carefully labeled and promptly an majority The reports from Jefferson wrong Democracy Astronomers say that sometime in sTbleVTOvS was swVfetT ting expenses was jighr aniLthat they were DernfKXSssejSsani Agcifis come in to report Miller and other counties report over in their effort to break np the Union iWTice JTlicy receive instructions brief but whelming majorities agaiust it It is September the earth will be in a direct foreign lawy was He landed in Kentucky a peuniless the people not contentions c There He Tufogr wa seemed to argue they go away without line botween the sun and Jupiter the an effort to ab the court altngeth- - hoy indebted for his educaliou and the disposod to let Ihe persoaolitiflfflf by accurate and The weather is hot but ihe opinion of Col Smith Chairman more words of tbe Democratio Stale Central Com largest planet of he solar system and r in which Noble hearted none canvasses be by gones bu Tice no ono tyfent the next nearest clothes upon his back comments on the weather mittee lhat the amendment is defeated thw too when Jupiter is in that part court to tl lemXfould be Louisville Kentuckiao received him kiudly and wanted to dig them up as cheap capi- Â¬ Vb energy is wasted in unnecessary and the Democratio State Ticket elect- Â¬ Wo are Viewing the situation as a choice be enabled him by honest efforts to pay tal for himself and if they forded such words of its orbit nearest the sun There is but one object ahead ed by sixty thousand majority and to earn a com issues upon him all right lip hud and on that object his eyes are coldly told that this position of tbo earth will tweeu his people being dragged to off all these debts Louisville or to Paducah he knew it peteot living Mtica He was not a na nothing to shrink Jrom We dont wish to alarm theAtneri Tice insinuhut earnestly fixed No one can look produce great disturbance npon it he was a six fool boy was their interest to retain the court at live Keniuckiau ated that ho Turner was elected by upon the face of the man and not b oau people and we dnnt want to ere It will be as if it were pressed by two Paducah and the most certain way to when he came to the State hut he had Republican voters It was false He impressed with hi- indomitable will ate a panio in commercial circles but great orbs the smallest of which is cause it to be retained at Paducah was to grown another inch since and hence ho Turner obtained his majorities In the aud power It has been said by Ro wo would lika to say from a profound fourteen hundred times larger than the induce the erection of suitable build- claimed that the tallest inch of him counties which were and had always publican papers that he will not spend conviction ol eternal truths and imwas clearly Kenluckian He was boru been tho strongholds of Democracy of tnnuey in the perative neoessily thafnow is the time the neccssarry Wo are told to look out for ings for Ihe couit at that place There iu New earth York His grand father was Trigg Callowny Marshall Ballard canvass They amount what was also an effiS to removo the court wat not they say to make up clubs DEALERS IK ALL KIXDS OF interne heat earth quakes destructive to HopkinsvillLud other places and a soldier of the revolutionary war and Xn ft tsna n nlnndpr unnn tho npone Wherever and whenever money nan be 4 Gen Hancock who was invited lo cyclones terrific thunder storms and of course if rtJuoved the building was au intimate acquaintance of Wash of heB 0d Democrll0 COUnties He uod to advantage in defraying legitiingion and his father fought in tho did not believe one word about what mate oampaign expenses it will go atteud the Si Louis fair in October wouid have been erected somewhere rain bail It was from such an Tico said tranpired at May field on But every dollar that goes will find its has replied that ha will not be able to The Federal government was annually war of 1812 Having failed of duty The part of the United States thich making such appropriations for all cesiry he inherited his lovo of country election day He Turner preferred proper place Not a dime will he was leave his post AND SPECIAIi AOEXT8 FOB to obtain this first class attraction the When he first landed in and parts of Ihe country and he wauled and liberty will undergo the greatest change lo have nothing to do with these old ted Every nickel will tell The Association will be satisfied with Gar Kentucky he wai received by an old matters as he desired to devote his Democracy need ALSO AGENTS FOR not he uneasy about field witness tho greatest improvements his District to get a hearing lo get A letter of invitation was ad WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES back a tithe uf the per ceutage ho had soldier of die war of 1812 who was time to Iho discussion of national ques Indiana Â¬ It is sufer than any Nirlh dressed o that gentleman inviting him within the next ten years is the cenpaid iuto the United Stntes treasury maimed upou the lakes upon which he tions questious of more importance to CQS THRESHERS GAAR SCOTT to accept the honor which Gen Han tral and lower portion of the Mississs which had been appropriated for such waii raied he felt that tho wounds the people but ho was prepared to eru State cook was obliged regretfully to de- Â¬ Its era of growth is al purposes to other seclions He prided and blood of these old soldiers had mako sotuo peoples ears ring if ihey ippi Valley Gen B F Bltier returned to the S8 Keeps on hand repairs for snrae He was as bosom of Deuiocr iey lis Saturday cline ready begun and the natural advanta himself oo having secured this appro hound their children together and that forced him to hit back priatton on its merits and with but from that very first day ho was not a tonished at Tices complaints about the night and was tuet aud welcmulied hy Col D Howard Smith has purchas ge3 of central location fertile soil COMPANY one di senling voice old Conger of stranger but at home iu Kentucky Federal oourt It was run by his 7100 people in Fanueil Hall Boston ed the farm of John Bell lying on the that mako all branches Michigan and a climato who voted against it because But iu ihe matter of soldiering ho Tioos people--th- e Republicans IMva thousand were turned away fur piko one mile so ith of New Castle successful abundant he of agriculture He Tioe confessed that he had uever Turuer voted for free salt Mr Tice I never was a Republi- want of room The General mule a and three miles North of Eminence MANUFACTURERS OF eupplies of raw materials for manufac- Â¬ Turner had vnted against nearly all soldiered enough to make much consetwo hours speeoh favoring the Demo Tho farm contains 161 actesfor which can Col Turner tures all unite to produce this result the appropriation bills He had never quence but he had followed his con- Â¬ Well what cralio tickut It is needless tu say he he pays 89500 Col Smith will we Turner You wasnt Tha upper portions of the Valley are missed a Had Col Turner followed was you prior to the lime you conclud made a strong speech vote during the two sessions victions for whataver learn takn possession of his purchase settled aod will continue to grow at he was a member Ha had HIS convictions cNe may be said agaiu t him he ib well about the first of October ed to act with the Democracy before but once the advantages of the He next referred lo the charge that The first time he had ever known Tur Tice I was an independent voter kuowu to be a umji of ability It I Mr W Rube of Pleasurville on the lower valley are fully understood it he was a AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS oer was at Mayfleld at the beginuing Sorter like you are independent Con his boast that though he may have premises on Tuesday makiog esti- Â¬ STEEL PLOWS will receive its share of immigration been called a rascal be was never call mates for a proposed addition to tbo wheu a convention assem- Â¬ grcsHmnn of the war RESIDENT OF LOUISVILLE and capital will uo longer ho lacking I Turner Well you floundered out ed a fool He said the charg or insinuation was bled tbero to secede tho Purchase to develop it most i m Qa oecun 5 liht 2nd A T Craycroft of Daviess 3rd P F Edwards oLEdaaaneon 4lhJa8Jtn Montgomery of Hardin in E J Jicuermolt or Jenerson 6th James WJJryan of Kenton 7th W C Owens of Scott 8th M C SauflcyuT Lincoln 9tb Joseph Gvdner or Magoffin 10th F L Creaveland of Bracken lei HISTB1CTELECT0BS James D While of Ballard in that greatajBde- - the greatest aud false aud those who uttcrad it certain- ly knew it was false He hail been n citizen of Ballard comity ince 1343 he had uever voted elsowhcre nor any- wise pretended to reside el ewhere This eh rga was sounded in hi last canvass aod unk of its own falsity It was too eouteniptible to notice hut n was sprung ontv to preiudiee nun and hence Un would coiide ceud to state the facts lit- - wife was an ius valid had been for yearn and hi family physician had warned iim that a change was necessnry tn preserve her life He felt no earthly call mure sa- Â¬ cred or imperative than the warning of hiH family physician To place his wife at auy of the springs which hun- Â¬ dreds of citizens of this District do every summer- - was necessarily expen- Â¬ sive and the plnce near Louisville was adviied as equally as healthful to her Hence he choo to buy condition and did buy with his owu money the little plaeo hi Jeffer nn county It pained him to have to refer to such charges If true which it was not it had nothing whatever to do with his eligibility quiliGcntinn- - or record as M iny tuetii n servant of the people hers of longref being m Washington and ab ent from their homes from six to nine months every ear place their families tho best plac- - they can some at the -- prings and oher places ami its nobodys business no the mem Â¬ ber attends to hi- - duties for which- the people elected him Col Tut tier theli pissed on to tho Irom the Union Kentucky hod de Â¬ clared for Neutrality and this May field convention wa denouncing Ncu tralily Turner was tint grand onitnr of the ooeasion and appeared on the stand with a WOMANS 8COOP BONNET ON He had nev did much fight er learned that Turner ing for the South But thee mailers had nothing to do with the qualifica lions of Turner or him elf for congress aud he referred to ihetn only because of Turners thrust at him in regard to the people not wanting Federal officers in all the offices He Tice loved the Democratic parly and felt the impor Â¬ tance to the country of maintaining to illustrato neutrality PARTY DISCIPLINE - - Â¬ Â¬ Tho party in this district has had planted in its bosom the needs of dis integration uud decay as an organiza tion and Col Turner was the chief t Tho Recause uf such disaffection publicans Greenbackers and all iho odds aud ends were coalesced by Inter est and massed agaiu t the regular or gnnization They had cometo be kuowu as the Turner Demdcraoy- - as contradistinguished from the tegular Deruosracy He assailed ColrTurner for not being willing to submit tb par ty authority and for mtteming to dictate to the Dartv Turnetimjetter of announcement die tKajktauiBwed this spirtt ieTiea conventtoaorJirLmar was willing to pbeyulhe voTqWcf tbe party anyway expressed j3fffarA8 his candidacy was concerned perhapsil was best that no convention shojild be called as there were prejudices against conventions but asa matter of3rnc ciple two demooratsought never tobe permitted to ruu an independent race If persisted in he thought tfie time would oomewhori it might beimponi ble loeleotu demoerat from the old Glbralter diMrict Tices strieturiB charging Tarneras a bolteraridjdiaor ganizcr etc were at length much too long to attempt even a summary lie nssertsdthat a man who would uot obey his party before his election wasmore doubtful after being eleoted Tioa next reviewed Turners nsourse as a member of Congress oouvpjiinent ing him highly as to ability He Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ there somewhere I coofess I dont WASHINGTON LETTER know much about you At anv rule I waut to attract attention to the fact Prophetic Republicinx What the ler that notwithstanding Mr Ties a rible Hancock proposes Progress shrewd lawyer and dozens of others and Moral ideas have bepn closely searching the record tegular Correspondence lo gel up something ngaiu me some ihing inconsistent eouiething wrong Washington D C Sept 4 1880 yet each and every one of them have En coo8ed here in Washington where been sompelled to national politics is more breathed and talked aod felt than at any other APPROVE MY RECORD while in Congress He dared them to pidnl of ihe Union it would seem that poiut lo an objection Here ensued we ought to be pretty well posted an But if as a a colloquy between Turner and Tiee as n the coming event to the River and Harbor appropriation srreifl General has said lno one ever bill which Turner voted against Tur sees a ballo how much less can he ner assuming that by implication Tice a political contest waged over an iu had attacked hi vole against thi- - bill finitely greater area and with artillery tut i ice assumed that he didnt attack th ii is not always palpable to the lie Kepudlieans by the way him on that but that he did disnn eeui chiefly to rely oo amutiition that his Paducah hill prove Referring to Tices charge thai he - pilpable to he sizh tense nonsense Rupublicm- - only They htve all Turner wanted to dictate U the par Cassandra petticoats and arc ty as to nominations be pronounced it absurd aod ridiculous The an unking theair lugubrious with pre Â¬ If Hancock shall nouncement card was subject to no such monitory wailing construction except by tho e warnim be eltctedtheri will be bioudv fight to miscoustrue it It Mtuply euri ons ing aud the most frightful loud of ly relerred the question t the detuoc taxation ever inflicted on auy commu nity By thii wonderful gift of prophe Â¬ racy the people the irur unir ir s cy ikey see mcock iu the vaults of we treasury with an immense scoop RE JO IN liER TICES Tices rejoinder wa nfcrs arily very shoveling out money in payment of the brief as it was about dirk when he rebel debt state and confederate CQmmenced lie wanted to -- ute in Southern claim- - for war damages full oujormation qf his as eriiiu tint the compensation for emancipated to ail the citifedernle nffirer inyneld Hepublicaos voted for Turner But Genrra JHnucock against Trimble lhat on the d iy of the and soldiers will nut stop there such is the love Inst Congressional election Mr Johu D iuicratic patty Zfappy and his brother active Ilcpub of taxation iu the that they will not allow him to rest un Â¬ licans worked industriouly all day to get Republicans to drop their own can Â¬ til he has made every river creek didate aud vole for Turner This he brook rivulet and cascade in the Tice knew but he did not know how South navigable to ships uf the heavthey voted It was impossible to know iest tonnage Republican papers would not pub bow they voted as all knnw or prove tish such utter nonsense did they not the vote for Congress was by ballot After same hurried remarks as to his expact it to be credited by iheir read- Â¬ purposes in the race Mr Tice closed ers Aod the fact that such bao and The candidates will next meet at baseless lies are believed in the en- Â¬ lightened North is a stronger r Cadiz next Monday J gument against the free school srsteru fivt--en--iÂ¬ vwr- - i ffiofoftgimml New Hew I HZew E OAS F Itelnll Dealer In 32 Staple and Fancv Cr3iWC3E aaC3E3 111 dr 0 FHASICAN AND SURGEON a a fajris tote HICKMAN KENTUCKY ITERS his Professional Services lathe citizens of Hickman and vicinity Keeps in stock at all times fresh and choice Qtoceries Provisions Canned mid Dr Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov7 drug store Res Â¬ idence Moulton st near Court Housa Office over Itolcombes j H Outien X J W ROGERS anl Confectioneries W T Fhmmer M OFFERS vicinity Office PROFESSIONAL SER to the citizens ef Hickman and HIS GRO W lEElS all kinds of staple and fancy Will be pleased o see his old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see ns yuiclc Sales and Small Profits Wont be undersold jan Uf CEEIES Cornec room in Laclede House mchH Dr DENTIST A M PARKEB Family Groceries space to name to show Come and see at and Moscow Avenue jan25 DIESTELBRrNK goods NOtrouble alt articles but no the cornar of Troy East Hickman Ky artistic manner Oflise in new addition to Lacledo Hotel ALL operotions performed la the most to the regulation Special attention given of childrens teeth ly ly Grocery and METHENY Hughletts Wilson at taw vision Store -- R Tyler Attorneys at Xiaw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L HANDLE Â¬ 3 I Â¬ 8r -- d f NICHOLS SHEPARD WlcL - SpBgH Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ r-rr-- yoiiliirt iiauts -- ft - i cjrre-p-jnde- ut t- fmpmSr Proprs HICKMAN WHAKFBOATJ John J Â¬ - IMS f iM HOU - KENTUCKY Q- - a Â¬ IMS A lillWil J Prepr -- Â¬ DRUGS AND HICKMAN Paints Oils MEDICINES Dye Stnffs and KEISTTTJC KIT Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ B ONDUBANT D REWRY Â¬ Agricultural Implements Â¬ HHfEd BALT1R I Â¬ Â¬ WAaON MIC3IJCATir drcolling-j-Yeoma- i j THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY SEPT 10 1880 LAST OJF TECH Rlogrnpfilea From the Courier Journal EDWAKD CBOSSLAND Educational Department WALLACKS TO NIGHT 8DMMER Local Hems VftSbqrt communications on puhlic quefftloni printed bat not responsible r8tfltinofiflU or expressions ofcorres pflalsoli axuept where we refute to give rasa of anther elntioo next Monday PaJacah has one or two burglaries JUaipo J H SAUNDERS Editob Judge Crossiand wbb born in Hick raanjiounty June 30 1827 He was To tho Teachers and Trustees of PulÂ¬ educated in the country schools of that ton County county studied law looal uuder the members of the bar and received li cens to practice in 1852 Jle was a member of the Stale House of Rcpre entatives in 1857 58 He was a Confederate soldierduring the late war and afterward settled in Mayfield Graves county where ha has since res sided engaged in the practice of his profession PRICES S306 C3EHT CK every night Cirouit ooort will lap over several PLAN AT LACLEDE HOUSE days oa next week The trial of Ransnd Mary Wade for murder ia now progressing To commence with by request They want five hundred cotton piclc ra in Lake countyafter Sept 15th Elder Jos H Roqlhacpreaches in followed by a new MUSICAL OLIO Hickman 8unday and Sanday night Mr P G Green a prominent busi To conclude with the laughable Comedy written by Watty entitled net man of Mayfleld died Aug 27th There ii some talk of organizing a The Female Dramatic and Literary Association of Hi n Very good Dr Faris amputated the leg of Mr Major James Herring one of the Clayton Wednesday night assisted by early piontara of Obion county died near Dr PIummerParker and Mr Jpff AlexUnion City last week ander The operation wag a successful one and Mr Clayton is JOUR enterprising friend J W Rogers Mr is now receiving a splendid lot of fresh Clayton has been afflict t Groceries which he is offering for sale at sore leg Reserved Chairs 50c In August I8G7 he was elected Judge of the Common PleasCourt in the First Judicial District for a term of six Â¬ CARLOTTA Handy Andy Â¬ years hut resigned in 1870 to be elected to the Forty second Congress as a Democrat He was re elected in 1872 He was elected to the Circuit Judge- Â¬ ship this year without having been nominated Lis opponent being W V Robertson his predecessor in tho office Judge Cropland in a married man and ha a son as n partner in his office He is member of the Cumberland Profchyteriau church becoming such while in Congress CnMtLFS H THOMAS new Commonwealths Attorney The iu the Fir t Judicial district was bom in Uidard county in which he still Hi ii 1843 lather William a burn lo Henry county IliRcin returned tu Ballard iu early life mar Â¬ ried a Mi- - Vallatulighatu nod in 18 4H elected to the Legislature a a whig it being the only instance iu which Ballard has tailed to eleot a lHsaK dnHfet tba vary lowest prices Most of the young ladies from abroad who have been visiting among us have returned to their homes It is said that the corn crop of the Korthweit will make a large average the late aina having done much good The work on Powells factory and the Hickman Oil Mills ia progressing all right Tbey will be completed on time A Woman named Lloy in Trip county died frem an overdose of camphor taken to prevent an attack of Diphtheria- J AMBERQS SONS have received their Fall and Winter Stock of Jeans which they now offer to the trade at very low prices Call before buying elsewhere aag27 4t We regret to announce the sudJeu death of an interesting little daughter of Den and Nina Wilson She died Sunday last found Fen Barnes colored guilty of grand larceny yesterday and his term in the penitentiary fixed for two years The grand jury is till in ion and will not adjourn before Saturday evening possibly not before Monday or Tuesday next S Dillon of the primitive 4 Elder T Baptist Church will preach in the Hick saa Baptist Church next Tuesday 11 am and Tnesday night Prof Caldwells school and Mrs Boulbaos school commenced Monday with a fair attendance The Public school wi n next Monday Thanks to officer of the Paducah Fair for ticket of invitation to attend their yearly exhibition on October 5th and continuing 5 days Mixed JUul Reaper SU1L Pure Lead and Zino mixed with Lin Â¬ ANOTHER nice line of ArTTIVES the most convenient best ind heaviest Cook Stove mads sept3 3t J W CORMAK CO The service at the Catholic church for next Sunday will be held as follows At 9 a m catechism At 10 a m hieh mass and J era on on tha subject False Maxims among Catholics At 730 p m Father Anastasius will deliver a discourse on the Book of Nature All are invited tt The Electric Lionr Call and see it at Steagala Cos next Saturday it will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious yes even Dr Tanner SteagaU Co keep alt kinds of groceries country produce saddlery glassware queens ware cutlery earthenware and buckeye axes Call and see them by all means Few person are aware of the hui ness done in the manufacture of lumber The cutting in Hickman and vicinity capacity of the saw mills of this vicinity is 100000 feet of lnmberer day which run at least 200 days a year which is a very low estimate making the astonish Â¬ ing amount of 20000000 feet of lumber a Â¬ year Divine services are being held at the Methodist church throueh this week The presiding Elder N P Ramsey is expect- Â¬ ed to preach to night Friday and the usual services will be held on Saturday and Sunday The business of the last Quarterly Conference will he transacted Saturday night after preaching All the official members are requested to lake notice and be present Democratic Representative Charto H Thomi was left an or phan at the age of fifteen yearn hav itg in clmrge his mother and several younger clnl ru but he was able to attend the bet school iu his native comity and later tu complete a course mon schools Book dealers are requested to order of study at Kentucky University He read law with the Hon Thomas H only the series just adopted as they Corbett and was licensed in 1869 by must eventually coma into universal Judge A R Boone and Edward Cross ue The books adopted are as follows McGuffeys Revised Readers laoif He was elected Police Judg of Watsons Complete Speller Blnudville iu 1871 mid Cuuuty Judge Independent Childs Speller to fill an unexpired term in 1873 He Harveys Grammars was elected to his present poiiion Eoleotio Geographies without a nomination over several Barnes Brief U S History competitors iu bis own the Democrat Â¬ Milnee Arithmetics ITb majority in BaPard ic party Sheldons Muutbly Readers for pri county was the largest ever given any wary classes onndtdiite Eclectic Penmanship and Composi He tmrried Mis Bette Russell Taylor iu Loui ville October in 1877 lion Eoleotic Writing Speller a member oi the Christiin lie i Churchs Graded Song books Church is a valued citizen of Band Respectfully ville and tins been very successful in B C CALDWELL Comr hi- - practice nf law II You are respectfully notified that at ajrpgular meeting of the Couuty Board of Examiners a uniform series of text books was adopted for exclusive use in the public sohuols of the oounty for the ensuing term of four years Teachers are earnestly requested to secure the use of these books in their schools as soon as practicable and are reminded that it is their legitimate right to insist on their exolusive use All these books may be purchased for the first year at greatly reduced rales and corresponding books now in use may be exchanged for the new series by paying a trifling sum in addition It is respectfully requested of Trus tee that they assist the teachers by every means in their power to secure the new books The patrons of the schools are re minded that the change is made with a view of increasing the usefulness of the schools and promoting the welfare of the pupils The new books are much cheaper than the books now in use and in their real value are far su perior to them It is suggested that in case it is found impracticable to introduce new series at ance they may be ually introduced by parohSting the new books whenever a class is promoted to a more advanced book at which time it would bo necessary to purchase new books of the old series without aoy great expense to patrons This is a point of vital interest to the common schools of the county and it is hoped that the efforts of the Com missioner in this direction will be warm ly seconded by all friends of the com estly earned Wo oannot send out high numbers merely to gratify pupils and patrons We must insist on every pupil earning his honors by hard labor before he receives thera We are told that there is no excellence withoui great labor We deem it better for children to learn this iu school than to find it out in after lifo We are de- Â¬ termined to put forth every exertion to improve the public school at Hiokmau I have been advising my fellow teach ers to make the present term better than the last Now cant we take somo ofUiis advice to ourselves Hiokman is improving rapidly in other matters Cant we improve our schools too I for my part am determined to try and I think with the aid of the patrons ihero can be a great deal accomplished Â¬ QO TO TUE DRUG STORE or- Headquarter for all Kinds of School Books and School Supjalua l lwt awl f Ptemato sKITZ HfWIIOEUKS FA6UIONABLB BOOT AND glM QOWGILL HIA1KB 4kfj ix m SHOE MAKER SHOP North West corner ef MesooTV nd Troy Aveuues Enst HicVtaan Ky J4JT Satisfaction guaranteed may 9 ly Scijool aijd Miscellaneous Boot and Shoe Sinker HICKMAN KENTUCKY H P Petiie i- Ladies and Genta boots and hos mado In Â¬ to order and in the latest fashion Innzer visible patches put on wheih trUl than when sewed All I ask p Shop next door to City Batfr Ib7 J7a 1 Statistics show that the consumption of whisky and tobncoo is steadily in- Â¬ creasing in this country Near Hickman 8undaySept fith Car TO BOY YOUR bib LkValle little daughter of Ben and Nina Wilson aged 5 yrs 2m and 16 days We noted little Carrie only a few days Medicines before the Angel of Death summoned her playing with her littlecompanions bright FANCY TOILET ARTICLES happy i and loving and her sudden death PINE PEEPUMES excites the grief and sympathy of parent Â¬ SOAPS al hearts Bright in mind lovely in dis PAINTS position the was the idol of the house- OILS May God temper the affliction in DYE STUFPS uenly taking this little darling tlfhas said suffer such to come unto me CIGARS AND TOBACCO Qr or such is the Kingdom He needed her in His home above and this only is the consolatton at the desolation in the home here Stationery Jliliiuuiiiiiiiiinnuiiuu Sail Toys Goods Paper Pic- Â¬ DIED ture Frames Pocket Cutlery Mlercliaiit Tailor RECEryD BUTTERICK3 HASJUSTof latest Fall and Winter fashions and a large lot of samples of Jolin G Grin Drugs Patent and Fancy French English and German goodsand ex Gentlemen are invited to call sept20 ri KY CLINTON STHpJ HICKMAN J WJ011MJ DIALEBS IX CO X6kTSend Price Bracket 1878 I ny Jfett Reduced Kama CAromoi STOVES TIKWAEB Ballt for Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work Good workmen employ Â¬ and Repairing ed and the best of material used jyll Pocket Knires Basors KISTi IElfL GARDNER D CALCES IS J- - SEWING MCHINESC COWGXXiL 3J Jl 3 ila Laer PIOSFEET -- Beer OTSTERS Saloon BOLOQNE SAU CITY ITEMS 25cts Lower than the Lowest I have no clerk expensss no store rent and pay cash for all my Groceries and therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low JOHN WITTING est Prescriptions Accnratelj Compounded at the Drug Store of MILLERS old stand Clinton street Cheese Crackers etc specialties best of Cigars and Tobaceo Fruits Candy VuU The BUGS M if v8rf c FUENflTUEE COFFINS jfiATRASSES d HICKMAN WARIRIMEACMMS HEAR JORDAN 8TA FOLTON CO KY The Fall Session will open Sept 6th We solicit your patronage and Re 188 sure you that your money and childrens lime will not be spent in vain Board can be had in Beveral families convenient R W NORTON Prin to the school W H NORTON Asst ug6 4t Rural Academy KENTUCKY 5 o 52 Ha s I UESTAURANT MEALS AT ALLH0UB3 ONLY 25c Oysters and all kinds of Confeciioneriei always to be had d2073 JE DEC 1 WILL SELL MY HOMEPLACE ON reasonable terms flying one fourth of mile south west of the Court House In the town of Hickman embracing about FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRE8 Sale and Livery Stable of land nearly all under fence LARGE COMMODIOUS with a B WinKENTUCKYFlummer STREET conatantlj KEEPS sale an hand for hire HACKS HORSES BUGGIES DWELLING - U- - The following treatment was purr sued ia the case of a young man at tacked with hydrophobia in Detroit Mich some years ago with success Tim patient recovered Injections of 1 grain of Sulphate Morphia under the skin once iu four hours and a half Drbam doses of pulverized Ru iu Castor mixed with syruP given internally Freaueut in Circuit Court convened last Monday halations of Chloroform tha patient to and is yet in session His Honor Judge be wrapped in woolen bhiukfts wrung Crossiand on the woolsack He looks so out of a warm solution of Muriate of naturally on the Bench the people for Ammonia get that this is his first court after his Tretitmetit for Hyrirnpliobtn II J Department August 30th 1880 Saunders Editor Educational ENUUK CD 2 J and good Cistern and Stables young bearing Thankful for patronage haretofore ez Orchard of selected fruit good Garden spot and good lots of never tailing water tended hint he solioits a contiananca ef for Stock For terms apply to the under- Â¬ same signed or T M French C F C C LOWER LOWER 80 B R WALKER j30 and i Mr election Thomas the Common- wealth Attorney is preWulTaWf- - is full ofl energy and business The new Common- Â¬ seed Oil of any desired color the best in wealth never had a more assiduous or the market for 160 a gallon at promising attorney and we predict for BUCK COWGILL septS St him a bright future We have tried the Twin Bed Springs and pronounce these good For 5 you Hickman Ky Sept 9 1S80 get springs quite as good and serviceable We take this method of announcing to the public that we have thoroughly tried as the 50 spring mattresseg and tested and are now using the Twin Mr Frank Carr lost his pocket book Spring Bed sold by Fox Sims and we containing 50 on Tuesday Fortunate Â¬ cheerfully pronounce it the best as well ly Mr Brandon the well digger found as cheapest bed on the market It is clean noiseless elastic durable aud is it and returned it the next morning in every respect a comfortable bed Ae There is to be a barbecue at Arch advise all whg wish to get the worth of their ra 8pringa Moscow on the 24th the of Foxmoney to buy the Twin Spring Bed Sims occasion of the Turner Tiee speaking The Mrs Jane Auberg Mrs S L Duck H A Tyler C Ilughlettc W ilson Presidential electors are also expected J H Montgomery It T Douglass Aeraty woman confined in the jail at Dyershnrg Ky caught a cat in her cell TtiE Wallacks Again It is the other sight dashed its brains out really astonishing when anything gool against the wall and ate it hide hair and visits oar town how the people will turn alL out The Wallacks have already played J AMBERQS SONS have just received nine nights to good houses and evidently tba best assortment of Ladies Mens and delightel audiences aud the cry U still Boys Custom made Shoes ever brought to tbey come- What summer prices of ad Â¬ Hick Baa and wil guarantee satisfaction mission will do Only fancy 25 cent bath in price and quality aug27 4t admission and 50 cents for reserved sr atx AaoBg the legal visitors we notiee The regret is that to morrow night is an Mr Lows of Tiptonville Freeman and nounced as positively the farewell perFannie has Steele of Fulton S H Crossiand and formance of these favorites Silas Murrell of MaySeld and Dick Moss not only ingratiated herself iuto the fa Â¬ vor of tba public generally but like all and Jake White of Clinton the tronpe has made a host of private learn that the searlet fever is reg Â¬ friends and the name of the WalUck is along thelMississippi river from Cairo Tripologue will not soon be eased from down BlandvilU Prut the memory of those who have passed so This report is a decided mistake so far many delightful nights in witnessing by far the best entertainments of the kind as it appliea to this locality that have ever been in our portion of the country for muiic singing acting and Six good agents with teams to sell the laughable elegant variety it would be He have been treated Twin Spring Bed in Fulton county Qood difficult to equal wages guaranteed References required to dramas operettas farces and musical We uncomedies throughout the week Apply to FOX SIMS derstand that Mr Wallack is to commnce Clinton Ey septl0 4t a two months season of opera and that The Balab Baptist Association met his troupe will meet him here next Satur Â¬ at New Salem Church below Troy last day Cannot we induce him to remain with and favor ir week Mr Case waa the delegate from over for one nighiusmore only Hiokmn Elder J R Graves was in at iety is felt by all particuTafHe who tendance and delivered several discourses have never bad the opporiuMaykaab see that popular opera It will pa you Mr WE will cose out the remainder of our Wallack although you say your expenses Spring and Summer Stock of Dry Goods will be too great to show in towns of this regardless of cost in order to make room sixe Give the first night here To night will by request for the Fall stock Mr Amberg is now East Carlot ta and a be played entitled The new piece parch asing Female Handy Andy iu which great com aug27 8t J AMBEROS SONS icalities are personated It will he i lie regret of tbn On Sunday the Mercury in be Therefore a lifetime not to seeforce Wallacks turn out in full and give 97 shade at Long Branch stood at them a bumper at Newport 90 and at other points on the Hudson river it reached 93 while in Mew Tork City is reached 91 The best grades of whisky kept at rea Â¬ sonable prices by cough is best treated by Whooping apl30 J W ROGERS separating the patients It is a nervous disease of so sympathetic a nature that a Cut Down In Hie Priitmof I lie Sbelbvville Tenn Gizeite paroxysm maybe produced by one sus- Â¬ Alex B Coleman died at the rei ceptible by hearing the cough of another dence of Wm Wilhoiie iu ihK poce person on Tuesday Aug 31 at 1 ocIck PM He came up from Union City n short time ago being hick nheu he and KINDLING 60 cents a load M CO arrived he continued to grow mor e un- Â¬ niCKMAN L sep3 if Senator Gtorne and Rep Vauslin til it becanio apparent that he could not recover Jle was approached on were present Monday to eive the people the subject of death and raid that he an account of their stewardship but were was willing to die His funeral wa shut off by the candidates for Congrrng preached at the C P Church Wednes occupying all the tine Tbey will orate day afternoon at 130 oclock by Hev to us the first opportunity Wtn Green The reiniin were taken The house detroyed by fire in Wft in St reeter burying ground or interment Hiekman Friday night last was the He leaves an affectionate devoted wife property of Mr S N White Insured for two sweet little children and many Mr Deades lost other relatives cud friends to mourn 500 The occupant Ho was cut down iu im heavilxlosineSCS in money The friends his loss prime of life which makes his deatl of Mr Beadle next day pmented him ia U8 more sad Peace to his ashes a purse 0f J3PO0 Â¬ Wanted Â¬ SHtnx Ihpre Beat Whisky Dry Stove Wood We have a good school in District No 14 taught by Mr James J Flatt of Hickman connty lours truly R N Jounson Chra BT Thank you Mr Johnson We wish every Chairman of Board of Trustee would send us a note ol the education al uews in their districts We try to sdvravya Chtm auaA xerer Sisappoiaia give all the information withiu our Xk worlds sjraat PaJa RalieiYer reach that we think will be of real iu far SCoa aid Bcaat rnlok teruM to the lenders of the CoURlKH avnd resHnWav but il the teachers and trustees will The Arrifilt Jury Hung l KJI1 aid us we can make uur oo umn CJ UxclffititMit Oierllie Wo are at work at mori intiiesting PITCHERS CASTOKIAlsnot a riiuiity inqi aud will ba glad to re Special to the Courier Journal farcotic Children grow reive infirtiiiioD in regard to school pon Mothers like and Physi Â¬ Richmond Sept 2 The J jmine i t t u rr county Arnold jury tntieihei v h the cians recommend CASTORIA regulates the Bowels cures otierin atin jiiur 01 tni cnjtiK ioie c Come centlemeu let us hear hung in effigy here to day Placards from you Wind Colic allays Feverishness Ii you have a good teacher were put upon tletr hrea ts with their and destroys Worms I K re noctive riMim n sn crilicH tliHroon mcli Mr the h iikiii nt nf hllhi Iiktp phcIi nm 14 knowJohnson does and let tho people that you are interested iu edu mppo eJ to have received in the oil cattoual matters and intend to do your Divine services out A cuLriiicion uhurneer was that Methodist Ciiubch part toward improving the rising gen trery Sunday 11 a x and 7 t m ol Bro Di nmuu the pi aitu cinder who eaation If you fear you cannot pre Service of Song at 9 a k vi ited hi brother Aiuod in pri ou sent the matter in its best light lor Sunday School at 9 a x Another was the uperierviceNhle jail Prayer Meeting Wednesday 1 r tt send me tho facts and I er vim ihmced in Miiih menial atten Â¬ publication Rbv K K llRANsroED Pastor ba re ponsible for its appearance C L Handle S S Supt dance upon lii- - Itirdly irj t durinc the rhall in print Ii you are not a fine writer iri it to the dt just Ol ever dec cut perhaps you are an experienced woods citizen Stipe one oi the jurors i You tnan huntsman aBd fisherman ct dixru at the low pric ul one driuk can trace seotion lines dividing lines Iliry wvtc funjieuded iu line upon t district lines creeks water course IIickmam uoiibikr urncK latin rope Hitached at either end to the FaiDAT Sept 10 I88C J locate farms farm houses school hous Â¬ frets ho i u j llif raiutt frmu which two es churches o All these things arc umn Hu re huntr iu K K times Above TC COUNTRY PRODUCE of interest to us If you are willing the effisiie w h Inrye sheet to fill out a map of these things let us PORK 4o Searing the lu criptiuo Jm Arnolds DRIED FRUIT Apples 3 to 3J cents know aud we shall eeod you a blank Ciowd- - nf people imuic ilurinjj jurj map of your range and township show Â¬ Peaches 4 to 6 cents t viewed wih evident sati- he i iii WHEAT market active 90alS25 per bush ing the numbers of the sections With MEAL 60c from wagons t weired -- itiiGcaot en iti Hcene La able to REES 1FAX 20o per lb this kind of aid ws lie t xciieiutiiit ami iinligoation nver get up a good map hops to oounty HIDES green tic dry salted 12c dry of Fulton i iiirraeiMi verdict appears to in a copy of which will be very beneficial flint lCc nea e diy by day as the tuuict coun- Â¬ to county officers This once obtained WOOL 40a45c per lb tub washed un- Â¬ trymen come into town and agitate the will enable the county cts washed cammissioncr to FEATUERS 22 to30 por lb prime 35a40c A tremrndou1 indignation subject determine better what changes ifanj TALLO W 6c per lb meeiiot trill be held here on iMonday are necessary in dislriot Hoes what RUTTER per lb next iroutt day when the pood citizens now district if any ought to be made POULTRY fresh 15c chickens 160 old Spring ol our whole country will have the op and whteh districts any ought to S200a225 per doxen pnrtuuity f giving expression to their be consolidated Theif EGGS lOe chairman of Ihe BARRELS per dozen Molasses Barrels Cypress fecliuc of condemnation at the per board of trustees should then ba fur- 160 iron bound 160 Flour 455t petrution of this damnable wrong uUhed with a book paid for out of Apple and Potato 35c Kraut aud Pickle Stands 76c to 5100 Cypress Kegs iron the capitation tax as Ihe law directs bound 10 gals 90c Oak t0o in which he should have a map of bis school district showing the direction GROCERIES Matfielo Ky Sept 3 1880 J i To the Voter of the Fiut Congreuional of the oreeks and the locatiou of the sehool house Come gentleman lend BACON sides 12cts shoulders 9cls hams Diilricl of Kentucky Fellow- - Cilizeni I have Ucts us a helping hand and we shall soon been frequently solicited throueh the be able to act intelligently in these CHEESE 12al4o per pound COFFEE Rio 16a20 per lb Mayfield Monitor and by private appli- Â¬ matters CRACKERS 79o per lb to become a candidate for Con Â¬ cation C5A OIL 20 per gallon gress in the First District School j3WnjES oUr ifoiuo per lb u I have withheld any reply to these so- Â¬ Hickman Mills So 60 The public school will bsgid iu licitations for so long a time in order that Hickmau on Monday the 13th day of MOLASSES 40a 60o per bbl 60cls per naif barrel the Democratic party might have time ful September The teachers are James LARD OIL 100 per gallon ly to exercise its preference in the selee H Saucders principal Miss Stella E LARD Sea lOcper lb Up to this time no Uober 1st assistant and Miss Jessie GUNPOWDER SG60 per keg lion of a candidate such preference has manifested itself in Outten 2nd assistant We have writ BLASTING POWDEIt S550 per keg SODA keg any other candidate teu but little heretofore in regard to SUGAR6a0 per lbOo by the 12jal4o the selection of brown hard But we think SHOT per bag 226 Jielievinir as 1 do that the Democratic the Hickman school party desires a representative residing our country teachers will forgive us if STONEWARE lOper gallon in the district and one who will heartily we devote a small part of our column TOBACCO manufaed per lb 40afi0o We earnest Â¬ SALT sack salt 1 60 fine S2 00 bar Â¬ endorse and support the National Demo this week to our patrons rel 175 lo 200 ly beg the people of Hickman to send crntic platform and be true lo the Nation- Â¬ II AltlJ WARE ETC al orijiinizntiou of the great party now their children to sobool the first day aud keep them going regularly If CASTINGS 38e per lb waging no desperate a contest for the IRON 2Jo per righti of th Sillies mid for individual you wait until next week next month PLOW bar sire 6c per lb lb STEEL liberty I have mi length determined to be your children aro behind their class PLOW STEEL WINGS 5Jc per lb mates They begin in a push and IRON AXLES 5o per lb cnine a cindidate truin lo catch qp with the class If NAILS 371 rates 1 nm null subject to the will of that they mint a day this week and two HOUSE SHOE NAILS Jio per II I shall try to represent in pirty which days next they are soon so far behind STEEL cast M J A 2i25e the earning contest that they must be demerited This ren- STEEL PLOW- - 8il c por lb HUBS Sl25i22i sett Should the party see 6t to meet in con Â¬ ders both patent and child dissatisfied K inter r vention and nominate n different standard uud there is but little accomplished PLOWS HcrtwtcU I llnltzer Steel Plows No SJOO Nil 2 7Ur j bearer I will obey or ebould it in any If pupils attend school irregularly we No 3 j 850 No 1 SIOD other proper mauuer and in accordance cannot keep them up with their clashes Biltxers patent one horse Plow siOO ex- tra plow moulds 203 each Cotton with Democratic usage select a different We keep a strict and locurate account scrapers same candidate I will obey Us will and support of absentees and tardy pupils All Powell Bro from various factories one these go into the department column its choice 5UfU50O two nor in horse plow- 1 exptct to meet Col Oscar Turner at and make up part of the general aver plows i00al000 erage which is printed in the Courier bis appointments already published 8CKIniES If elected I will use every honorable If parents will aid us in this matter effort to advance the interests of the peo- Â¬ help us to excite a manly pride in the BAOGING 10a12o per ynrd ple of this district and will always act breast uf every boy who attends the ROPE machine 15a20c in harmony with the repulur National public school and enoourago every TIES oatic Kejpect fully Democratic party boy and girl who attend the school to LEATHEit kip skins 450a851 sole per W W TICE lb 30 bring iu a high average we hope to ba PRINTS a Sic upper side 5160a500 5a7c per yard It is definitely settled that the sick able to govern the school by reports DOMESTIC 3Jtl21c per yard alone But these reports must be hon- - JEANS 20a75c per yard ness on the river was not yellow fever MANGELS BAKERY All kinds of Qracerlas hams as cheap as the cheapest I will not b undersold JOHN WITTiaS sidec X AID nimcKt Cp I B CD f2 H IN zzz Q CONFECTIONERY Z M FltiGSII BREAD Eolls Cofse Cake Lemonade Cider COME TO STAY TUB HEOCLAK Cairo Hickman 3 ICE CREAM tfcc AC KE T New Madrid ALL KINDS OF O CANDIES A SZ QiuchS5 BEST i t il THE WORLD 1 SAEEkt Q -- s v r PO - CIGARS TOBAbCO ES C L Notice v K A rSJuR W1TTIXG T TAMBROSEHIIiIIrlAfS MisrEa This elegant passenger steamer will arrive at Hickman going down every Tuesday and Thursday and Friday up Wednesday aug20 It d Til 5 3 FULTON M CIRCUIT on COURT V Tomlinson and A M Tora -- flinson -- ffimmumml Dare H Carli ftod la ef a mayTlcfatlr appear dirty TVblto color It ii Tvaiia examines or COTIPAUISON IVITIt aeir bat a 6c CHUKCIT COS ABU AND BBANJ9 trill show MAiniE the dlfiferoBce See that roar Baklas Soda Is OThlteandFURE aaabaiilabeALIj - - n 2 w w w aa Petition Exparle To all whom it may concern Notice is hereby given that on the 21st day of August 18S0 the petitioners M V Tomlinson and Anna M Tomlinon his r 3 hi 2 ii fl Mi 8II11IIA food SUJUSXAN CBS Used SOX f Ss Sal d d Q H at A simple tmt sever test of the eoraparatrra desaert rpoonfol of each kind with about a pint olmtorThotiirefcrred in dear plus stirxieff until all is thoroughly diatolTcd delete riooa inoolublo matter in tha interior Soda will be shown afttr settling some twenty minute or sooner by the milky ppearase of the aolutioa asd the quantity of rloaliriv Cocky matter n cording to quality Be ran and ask for Church at Cos Bada and see tbst tbelr muse ia oa the ntckan and too will get the purest and whitest made Tba um ol this with sour milk in vrefeesce to Bttajr Powder saves twenty times its cost Be one ponad package fcr valnahla tefbaaa tfoa and read Raicf ully SHOW THIS TO YOGB 8R0CER lie i a i co M H i P h s u 9 es n y 3 I S o ft fl wife filed in the office of the clerk of tha Fulton Circuit Court their joint petition praying that Anna M Totolinou be em- Â¬ powered by decree cf said court to use enjoy sell and convey for her own ben Â¬ efit any property she may own or acquire free from the claim or debts of her bm haud and to make contracts sue and be sued as a single woman and to trade in her own namo and dispose of her proper- Â¬ ty ar will or deed T M FRENCH Attest C F C C aug27 iw a H 18 a MANHOOD HOW LOST HOW REST0R3D J TTTHOLESALE R B Brevard AND RETAIL DEALER B tfTftCaBHrJESHEr rBBBBEhnBBkSBBBB Hickman Combine the choicest cathartic prinripla in medicine in proportions accurately ad Â¬ Cathartic Pills justed to secure activity certaluty and uniformity of effect Tlwy are the result of yearsof careful study and practical ex Â¬ periment and an- - the most effectual rem Â¬ edy yet discovered fordiicases caused by derangement of tho stomach liver and towels which require prompt and effec Â¬ tual treatment Avkrs Pills nxo spo eially applicable to thii cla u of discuscn and Thy iwt directly on the dlgcstivo reguÂ¬ a winiihitive processes nnd restoro lar healthy artion Their extensive nsc by physicians in their practice nnd by all civilized nations ii one of tho many proofs of thir rnluo as a safe suro and perfectly relinMo purgative metlicine Being t ienpounded of tho concentrated virtu i of purely vegetable substances positively free trotn calomel or they nny us properties anil can bo ji to cliildrun with icrfcct JUST PUBLISHED a new edition of Da Ccltkrwklls Catena atio Ess it on therm- iraZ cure without medicine of Spermato- Â¬ rrhea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Impoteucy Xlental And Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar Â¬ riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy and fits induced by self indulgence or c sexual extravagance The celebrated author In this admir Â¬ able Essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty years successful practice that the alarming consequences of solf oTfiuse niny be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the applica- Â¬ tion of tha knife pointing out a mode f cure at onoe simple certain and effuotnal by means or which every autTorer na mat Â¬ ter what his condition may be may cure himself eheaplej priratly and rdicUf tSSf This Lecture sond b in he han k of every youth aud every nm in the lad Sent under sent in a plain envelope ta any address pil ptti4 na receipt ef six cens or two postage Mnraps Address I ho Publishers TnB CULVEKWBLL MEDICAL CO 41 Ann St New Tork P O Uox 456C im Iabdwaoe Cutlery PISTOLS MAILSJaaC IAST1NGS Guns saaa TOOLS ji ii- W NO 9ft Jal i Coughs Coldg Sore Throat Broa ehitis Asthma ConsiamptlOH Aad All BUhw f TOBOAT aa4 JTJX G Fat p tn QaartvSlxaBotUM r TamBr Cm BdantlflatUr npufd W Balua Sbln CirtaSic Rock Cud Old Bj sad tliwtrala Til Vonoala la knowm to oor bMi ptwioUaa la hlxb2j coauiMadaiS br them asd th oaljl of max inoH promiiOTrt cbtnilat Ptof O A MABLNBB tn Oilcan la on th It UrU knoici ta tha awdioal balaf atMrtrntt profuton that TOLU ROCK and KVE wQ alotd ta imUH reltafWfor Ootutis Oolda IsfhMnta Bnnehttia Son Thnat tak tang aba OonaaU ta U ta dpfit and advuid aUx UaM aa a BK VKKAWK and APPETITER It mil a IiplMiant loUkt tt dalltjhtfnl bnta forfamOriua it otna nuk sr dhUlUted trrrf- - tra 4ttrttT and atnaxtb to tna wbola flmnin is Coisllpitlun or Costlvoness IndU cestion IispeJbia Loss of Appetite Ko u Sttiniiich anil Urcatli Dizzi- Â¬ ness IlCfiduclie Ixihs of Jlemory Kuiiibucss IJillonsncss Jaundice A lrss am an effectual cure for STOVES GRATES TIN SURE CURE COPPER AND SIILV 1UON WARE - Â¬ pr I lJhcuimtlirn Kriiptious and Skin Diseases Dropsy Tumors Worms Neuralgia Colic Gripes Diarrhoea Dysentery Rout Piles Disorders of the Liver and all other diseases result- Â¬ i ing from a disordered stato of the dige- Â¬ sts o apparatus As a Dinner Pill tlicy have no equal Vliitc Tentlo in their action these arc Im most thorough and search-Si- riute that can to employed and nJvurgivo lniu unjess tho bowels arc in fliincil and then heir intlticnca is heal Â¬ ing They stiinnlito tho appctito and dilebtive urg ins they operate to purify nnd enri h tho blood aud impart re iKWcd health and vigor to tho whole system HickiQun JOR WORK don loo ic fE Itfthnsr Gntlerin Spout n Sih nf Ihe God Slov- Ky I prr co rracticil and Analytical Chemists Aio by dr j c ayer tivinir tkVSnll fltT lllllPH n Arlli - tlt j w 1r man in Fulloi county Ky on ih- - V jinct nne SORKELJHARt 21 u u yeart 14 hawix high Mhi- - Jck 1 S i t liitil fnpl vrhtp hflTinr tn li other mark aim wiuci is npprais- - I the vnlue of iiO 00 Wilnoss taj band IIiih Tu- J- jjJ J w m wes j p r r jj co si 1 f STKAYED Tdtn anirar fin ni hv fl l lin I aTawhotzytoralmoff rTOI otcastairv riiTTmrnr DTnToaKoekaoaRjriii a i Proprtetora lS WltEXCE ta HAKTIX Caicaso 111 lladUoa 8tr IlniKzlat for Itt R Ak yonr urgcer st-- is ask yonr AVlns HT Sold liy irin Lowell Mass rT ilL nrcacisTS Evr ntTruEai A IIOtCOMBr JGG r wcct 7Ur outfit fri e Address Maine Co Portland - 0Wn ionnH - Term- - INllctt apl im fc Merchant ir Aikioar sale ytar Muuufor Itt Chlldrreu for lit rTM hr XVRVJRnTSTS SROCEIU a 4 s w A XEDICEJE NOT A BKIJiK Dicta Authority Hop Bitters is not in any sense an alcoholic beverage or liquor and could not be sold for use except to persons desirous of obtaining medicinal bitters UBEfcf B Rauit TJ S Comr Internal Rev Washington D C Sept 24 1879 Dear Sir Why dont yon get a certi- Â¬ ficate from Col WHW of Baltimore showing how he cured himself of drunk-Â¬ enness by the help of HopRitters His is a wonderful case He is well known in Rochester N Y by all the drinking people there He is known in this city Cincinnati Xew Orleans Now York in fact all over the country as he has spent thousands of dollars for rum I honest-Â¬ ly believe his card would be worth thou sands of dollars to you in tliis city and Baltimore alone and make thousands of sober men by inducing the use of your Â¬ -- awajsiS Mm THE YFOBLD BANKRUPT TbaXdU g Amount Owed by GOTernmenU Bitters J A W Milton Del Feb 10 1880 Having used Hop Bitters the noted remedy for debility nervousness indi Â¬ gestion etc Ihavo no hesitation in saying that it is indeed an excellent medicine and recommend it to any one as a truly touic bitters Respectfully Rev Mrs J H Ellgood declined to insert your advertisement of Hop Bitters last year because I then thought they might not be promotive of the cause of Tornrjee but find they are gng jrery valuable medicine niy-selFand wife having been greatly bene Â¬ fited by them and I take great pleasure in making them known Rev John Seaman Editor Home Sentinel Afton N Y Scitio N Y Dec 1 1879 I am the pastor of the Baptist church here and an educated physician am not in practice but am my soje family physician and advise in many chronic cases Over a year ago I recommended your Hop Bitters to my invalid wife who Las been under medical treatment of Albanys best physicians several years She has been greatly benefited and still uses the medicine I believe she will be- Â¬ come thoroughly cured of her various complicated diseases by their use We both recommend them to our friends many of whom have also Jieen cured of their various ailments by them Rev E R Wabken Cared or Drinking A young friend of mine was cured of an insatiable thirst for liquor that had so prostrated his system that he was unable to do any business He was entirely cured by the use of Hop Bitters It al- Â¬ layed all that burning thirst took away the appetite for liquor made his nerves bteady and he has remained a sober and bteadyman for more than two years and has no desire to return to his cups and I know of a number of others that Gave been cured of drinkingby it From a Leading EailroadQflicial Chicago III I I An ingenious statistician who had been losing sleep in the pursuits of science has added up the nations of the world and is distressed to find out that this poor old world is really bankrupt that it owes more than it can pay and that as the process of debt making is continually going on the inevitable end will be a universal smash The gloomy view of the situation is supported by the magnitude of the figures total amount 30 wobelieveissome20000000000or 000000000 and it is plninly true that with the exception of the United States the civilized govcrrncnts of the world are rapidly increasing their indebtedness But we believe that this immense aggre gate of debt is an evidence rather of sol- Â¬ vency than of bankruptcy a proof not that the world is so poor as to be insol- Â¬ vent but that it is so rich that no extrava- Â¬ gance can ruin it All tho great public debts of the world arcMe creation of the present century anapany of them of the past twenty or thijK years At the beginning of the centtc France had no debt at all and England only a trifling one Italy which is quite active as a debtor did not exist as a nation thirty years ago and tho United States had no public or local debt of any amount twenty years ago If in the course of eighty years tho nations of the world have succeeded in loading themselves im rith a burden of uput to tlio wliole of 11 stiinatod wealth census it is a of tliis country at tho spenty and proof that their matej accumulated reson preached pro portions which ven consul- in anv eml lm 6fwhich previous era l an rnor now thrives and 7 l which it mous debt of 4701 8203000000 liars an annual mteres Â¬ -- r Do you want to read this word picture of a modest girl I wish more of her class existedj for the sake of society at large She is not what is called hand Â¬ some though possessed of a quiet at- Â¬ tractiveness all her own Her wardrobe is chosen for quality according to her financial circumstances tlio colors are selected with care suitable to each other and favorable to her complexion you may call this taste so is is modest taste the style must of courso be as near the popular fashion as she dare ap- Â¬ proach but never quite up to the height when out calling or shopping she dresses with neatness and care if walking she neither moves too fast nor slow but glides along with a natural and graceful step which is very becoming recognizing her friends by a polite bow or welcome grasp of the hand but there are no demonstrative embraces or gushing word She is strictly truthful When any question is being discussed and her opinion is asked she gives it hesitating- Â¬ ly not doubtfully and if not accepted never allows herself to utter a contra-Â¬ diction but calmly and quietly with Â¬ draws from the discussion although her opinion is not lost or defeated by so do Â¬ ing on the contrary it almost always carries weight and effect Her acts and words are unobtrusive but her influence is great in the home which it is her hap Â¬ piness to adorn A Model Girl Â¬ Â¬ cines but ihen a really meritorious ar- Â¬ ticle is made up of common valuable remedies known to all and that all phy Â¬ sicians use and trust in daily we should freely commend it I therefore cheerÂ¬ fully and heartily commend Hop Bitters for the good they have done me and my friends firmly believing they have no equal for family use- - I will not be with Â¬ out them Rev Washington D C good Baptist clergyman of Bergen A N Y a strong temperance man suffered with kidney trouble neuralgia and dizzi- Â¬ ness almost to blindness over two years after he was advised that Hop Bitters would cure him because he was afraid of andprejudieed against the word bitters Since his cure he says none need fear but trust in Hop Bitters 3Jy wife and daughter were made healthy by the use of Hop Bitters and I recommend them to my people Metho- Â¬ dist Clergyman Mexico X Y Iliad severe attacks of gravel and kid- Â¬ ney trouble was unable to get any medi- Â¬ cine or doctor to enre me until I used Hop Bitters and they cured me in a short time A Jiistinguished Lawyer and Temperance Orator of VayncCoN Y The Grindstone of Life Turning grindstones to grind scythes is one of those heroic but unobtrusive occupations for which one gets no credit Itis a hopeless kind of task and how Â¬ ever faithfully the crank is turned is one that brings little reputation There is a great deal of poetry about haying mean for those not engaged in it One likes to hear the whetting of the scythe on a fresh morning and the response of the noisy bobolink who sits upon the fence and superintends the cutting of the dew laden grass There is a sort of music in the swish and a rhythm in the swing of the scythes in concert But if the scythes cut well and s iRng merrily it is due to the boy who turned the grindstone For my part I used to like the grindstone that wabbled a good deal on its axis for when I turned it fast it put the grinder on a lively look- Â¬ out for cutting Yds hands and entirely satisiiedhis desire that I should turn faster I used to wish sometimes that could turn fast enough to make the stone fly into a dozen pieces This is one of the disagreeable tasks of the boy farmer and hard as it is I do not know why it is supposed to belong es- Â¬ pecially to childhood But it is and one of the certain marks that second child- Â¬ hood lias come to a man on a farm is that he is asked to turn the grindstone as if he were aboy again When the old man is good for nothing else when he can neither mow nor pitch and scarcely rake after he can turn a grindstone and in this way ho renews his youth Being a Bog wicked for clergymen or other public men to be led into giving testimonials to quack doctors or vile stuffs called medi- Â¬ I believe TTIckcd Tor Clergymen it to be all wrong and even sible 100 years wnnlil linro found it im aco to borrow tho amount which Is an nually paid for interest- - England owes a debt of some 1000010000 the foun- Â¬ dations of which were laid in the attempt to prevent the French from being ruined by a sovereign of their own choosing But if England had had any idea at the outbreak of the Napoleonic wars of the outlay which would be incurred we may bo sure the ablest fhuiciers would have said that there was no credit of gover ment or power of nntlifcity which would suffice to carry so larle a debt Now triumphant Germanysks France for a trifle of 1000000000 as coolly as if it were a bottle of wine and totally mort- Â¬ gages the resources of a nation before a nation is established Was tho world any richer 100 years ago when its lack of credit prevented its borrowing money Is it any poorer now when it has bor- Â¬ rowed so much that a demand for pay- Â¬ ment would bankrupt it A very siniplo answer to the question may be had by merely considering where all the money canio from which is now invested in the Grand Livre or ledger of France the consols of England and the bonds of other countries Before tho country could borrow there must have been capitalists who had the money to lend andtobpare The nations could not have borrowed unless the people were able to lend andif the world is able to lend 20000000000 or 30000000000 it can hardly be in danger of immediate bank Â¬ ruptcy In fact the debts of the nations are merely the surplus of the people a small pait of tho accumulations which have been made in a century of industry and of progress Steam electricity and patent inventions have accumulated in the world such a mass of wealth as tho old world never dreamed of and as the pro- Â¬ cess of accumulation is going on faster than the process of borrowing the world is growing richer every day richer in spite of wars and armies and Icings and tariffs and tax eaters and other obstacles and there is no call for any learned statis Â¬ tician to sit up of nights in despair over the future of an insolvent world A Letter in Blood A bank note bearing a message writ- Â¬ ten with blood was paid into a mer- Â¬ chants office at Liverpool England some years ago The cashier while hold it up to tho light to test its genuineness noticed some faint marks upon it which proved to bo words scrawled in blood lietween the printed lines and upon the blank margin of tho note Extraordin- Â¬ ary pains were taken to decipher these almost obliterated characters and the following sentence was made out s - If this note should fall into the hands of Jolih Dean of Long Hill near Carlisle ho will learn hereby his brother is lan Â¬ guishing a prisoner in Algiers Mr Dean was promptly communicated with and ho applied to the British Government for assistance toobtainhis brothers release from captivity The prisoner who had traced the above sentence upon the note with a splinter of wood dipped in his own blood had been a slave to tbcDey or Mohammedan ruler of Algiers for eleven years when his strange mis-Â¬ sive first attracted attention in a Liverpool counting house His family and friends had long believed him deal Ho was released and brought home to En Â¬ gland where however he did not long survive his constitution having been ir-Â¬ reparably injured by exposure priva- Â¬ tions and forced labor in tko Dey s gal Â¬ leys -- Â¬ Â¬ Dont Tell Tour Age A woman in Prussia cision of isnt obliged to tell her according to a recent age de-Â¬ lady there when courted by a man accepted him allowing him to think she was six years younger than sho really was When the wedding came off she would have to produce the official certifi- Â¬ cate of her birth so she altered it to make it agree with her previous asser- Â¬ tion to her lover In some process of red tapo the forgery was detected by a clerk and the bnde was arrested for falsifying a public document tried con- Â¬ victed and sentenced to three months imprisonment She appealed and tho Superior Court reversed tho sen- Â¬ tence the Judge declaring tliat de Â¬ fendant did not intend to commit an ille gal act but was probably actuated merely by female vanity A womans age has thus been officially declared to be her own property Â¬ the Appeal Court at Metz A Unskillful Among Women The incapable are a great fact says an English womans journal and as things are at present they are a legacy which has come down to us as the result of the notion that women ought to be We always in a dependent position think and hope that that notion is passing away Women of the poorer classes have never had it they have always known that they must know how to earn their bread Women of the highest classes are very often by their positions and connections forced to develop an administrative capacity and their rank in life prevents them if capable from becoming an utter burden on strangers The middle class women to Â¬ IfoTel Use of Wood Shapings From wood shavings and paper Hcrr Heilcmaun makes plates dishes eta as follows Selected plane shavings are Itminfl infn ImnilloQ mul cfwiviml yii o bath of weak gelatino solution about I whom incapableness means starva- Â¬ I tion if they are poor and uumanied or poor widows with children are slowly beginning to learn that they must get such business faculties as they are pos- Â¬ sessed of developed properly if they are not utterly to fall behind in the race for existence It may be that the nature of women is such that the inca pables among them will never cease any more than the poor out of the land but it is the clear duty of every father and mother and of every one who has to do with the education and manage Â¬ ment of girls to do their best to eradi- Â¬ cate this incapableness and to make women fit to bear their part earnestly and capably in the work of life The Sanafcary Nothing brings us si much into tlio spirit of purity andtoliness nothing makes us feel so near heaven nothing makes ns so much like God as the sanc- Â¬ tuary Out of the Sanctuary flows the stream of purity and holiness into our afmilies into the closet and from these out into our business over all of life Thus everywhere the Christian goes he carries with him the strength preserva- Â¬ tion and sanctifying power of the sanc- Â¬ tuary thus its holv- stream supplies till ie shall sleep to and purifies h awaken in the compleSt likeness of his Well may we God auu I was e Let us glad wlien tney Lord go into tbe ai Memphis JiaM How the While lued Every- - twenty four hours then dried and cut into suitable lengths Plates are cnt of strong paper or thin pasteboard of the sizis of tho objects to liepmdnced These are moistened with a liquid consisting of weak gelatiuc solution with sodium wa terglass and pressed in heated metallic molds After drying tho pressed paper objects are coated on lOth sides with an adhesive material made of five parts Rus sian gelatine and one part thick turpen- Â¬ tine the shavings are applied to tliem and the whole is subject to pressure Wood shavings alone wpuld because of their unequal thickness present uneven Tlio objects aro now cnt if surfaces necessary dried and varnished Â¬ A Valuable Glue Householders and others will be glad to hear of a very permanent glue a chrome glue which is made by an ad mixture with common glue of one part of acid chromato of lime in solution to five parts of g latine The glue made in this manner after exposure is insoluble in water and can bo used for mending glass objects likely to be exposed to hot water It can also be made available for waterproofing articles such as sails or awnings but for flexible fabrics it is not suitable A few immersions will be found sufiicient to render the article impervious to wet It is necessary that fract- Â¬ ured objects Bhouldbe exposed to the light after being mended and then warm water will haye no effect on them the chromate of lime being better tlian tho more generally used bichromate of pot- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ash He Has GJTen Up That Trick You see me load this musket with powder and ball said a Spanish juggler to an audience at Summit Plumas County CaL last Sunday night He then put the musket in the hands of Pat Burns of Reno who works on Cunning Â¬ An Incident or the ITar An incident like the following is always During a cavalry worthy of record charge under Genl Kilpatrick in North Carolina in our late civil war Mr G A Selbach was thrown from his horse and received a severe sprain of the left wrist He used various liniments for sixteen years without effect aDl nras cured by a single bottle of St Jacobs OH Portage Wis Slate Register Antiquity of Forks findsin the exploÂ¬ rations aTnong the lake dwellings in Switzerland is a pair of forks apparent Â¬ ly invented for table use says the Sci- Â¬ They were made entific American from the metatarsal bone of a stag This gives a high antiquity to the fork But taking into account the modes of life the dwellers in these dwellingsmust have led it must require n strong imag inaton to suppose they sat down to meals using forks Among the recent The Kaffir cosmogoS says that three nations were createdfcthe Whites the Amacosa and the AnftSuw They as sembled before Teco the Creator to re- Â¬ ceive Ids bounty A honey bird dre w off Teco in tho Hottentots in full cry wrath condemned them to exist on wild roots and honey beer and possess no stock whatever The Kaffirs eagerly claimed tliis one and that one from out of the herds of cattle Teco indignant at their greediness aid they should have no better miiJmThe Whites pa- Â¬ received land tiently waited till cattle and all otherTBoperty Such is the narrative of the Cape Folk Lore ty Journal To keep insects out of bird ages tie up a little sulphur in a silk oag and suspend it in the cage For mocking birds this is essential to their health and the sulphur will keep all the red ants and other insects from the cages of all kinds of birds Red ants will never bo found in a closet or drawer if a small bag of sulphur be kept constantly in these places Clirap at any Price With this in view Mr L Nippoldt Woodburn Minn writes If it should cost five dollars a bottle I would still buy the Hamburg Drops It cured me and St Paul and no price is too high Minneajwlis Pionccr Press Insects Chapped hands and cracked lips arising from exposure to sudden changesof temperature are usually treated with cold cream lard camphor ointment and spermaceti ointment Glycerine is fre queatly used as a preventive Â¬ Rather Had Brady When James T Brady first opened a lawyers office in NewYork he took a basement room which had previously been occupied by a cobbler He was somewhat annoyed by the previous oc Â¬ cupants callers and irritated by the fact that he had few of Ins own One The cob- Â¬ day an Irishman entered blers gone I see he said I should think he had tartly responded Brady And what do you sell he said looking at tho solitary table and a few law books Blockheads responded Brady ye Begorra said the Inshman must be doing a mighty fine business yo haint got but one left Gbeen Peas There isnt much prin- Â¬ ciple in cooking peas as it all depends on the tenderness of the pea But what hurts peas is to drown them in too much water Some cook books say it doesnt matter as to quantity of water but it does Boil quickly thatb the thing but with just a little water as you can Â¬ in that neighborhood Now said the juggler extending his right arm when I count three fire at my hand and I will catch the bullet Eat fired at the word and with such quickness and good aim that the ball passed through the Spaniards wrist The performer ran howling through the audience and out of the halL This ended When T V Julien the performance came by there yesterday the Spaniards I wound was doing well but ho said Ilcno no play that tnck any more Ncv Qazctlc The Utica Herald tells of a novel ad- Â¬ venture as follows The conductor and engineer of the night train north on the Delaware Lackawanna and Western Road Saturday night were tlio victims of a rather questionable joke Half a milo tliis side of New Hartford the engineer suddenly saw a red lantern tho signal of danger and brought the train to a sud den stop The chap with tho lantern seemed to bo taking things rather leis urely for a mail with bail news Conductor Kincaid called out Hello there hurry up whats the matter The un- Â¬ conscious fellow replied Vas is das Thoroughly angered tho engineer chhned in What the devil did you stop us for Where did yon come from Tho astonished Ttnton looked up smilingly and held aloft a generous string of hams ranch Bats Prof Huxley pointed rat by the use It has always been easy for house Â¬ of a diagram in which force was given wives who are troubled with rats to to tho illustration by the skeleton of the poison them but the problem has been animal being raised on its hind legs to induce them to die upon the field of that in internal construction tho only honor so to speak to wit the kitchen difference between man and the dog was floor They have usually preferred to oneof sizeand proportion There was retire to their inaccessible retreats in not a bono in the one which did not ex the walls as soon as they have felt tho ist in tho other not a single constitu- Â¬ symptoms of arsenic poisoning and tho ent in tho one that was not to be found low state of sanitary science prevailing in tho other In tho case of the dog in their communities is such that pois- Â¬ oned rats aro never properly buried or there was not that which on superficia examination answered to the collar bone incinerated by their associates The of the man but close dissection would problem has been how to kill the rats without bringing unpleasant odors into disclose in the case of the lower animal a little bono varying in length from a the house Mrs Benedict has solved tho difficulty third to half an inch which was induÂ¬ bitably a rudimentary collar bone It and is entitled to tho honor we give to appeared to be of no functional import- Â¬ an inventor and benefactor She was engaged it appears in tho domestic ance but there it was Considering the psychological nature manufacture of plaster casts of various of the dog the lecturer remarked that kinds Complaints having been made lie might be met at the outaet with the of the fragility of these wares Mrs objection I dont believe the dog has Benedict began a course of experiments Well the only reason he had with tlio hope of giving greater dura- Â¬ a mind One of her devices for assuming the dog had a mind was bility to her casts the same reason he had for assuming was to mix wheaten flour with her that all present had minds There was pulverized plaster of Paris so that the no moro evidence of the fact in one than gluten of the flour might make the One evening she had in the other Run a pin into a man and paste less brittle there was a start and a cry by which visitors who rang her door bell just as they canio to the conclusion that pain sho was sifting the mixed plaster and had resulted Rim a pin into a dog flour for the tliird time by way of mix Â¬ and there was a howl and an attempt to ing them intimately as the chemists bite Could they say that the dog was a say She had already set n dish of mere piece of animal machinery It water at hand intending to make a cast at once and when the door bell rang she was quite true that certain philosophers had held views of that kind but com hastily removed her apron and went to mon sense peoplo were right At tho welcome her guests leaving her materi same time he was disposed to think that als upon the kitchen table Tho guests in dogs tho feeling of pain was infinitely J stayed until late bed time and when moy uaao ner auieu jure ieneuict went duller than in human beings As other senses iiekHijruur to UMaAmw Wbed without retnrninor to the kitchen What happened in tho night was this inclined to doubt if doers could sct A rat snifdng the odor of flour mado anything like tho distinctness of man Their hearing was indisputably very up the legs of the table to tho top acute but it was a remarkablo fact that where he was speedily joined by other lor that sense was regulated on a totally dif- Â¬ agers his bretlircn Tho dish of flour ferent scale in dogs as compared with and plaster was easily reached and tho human beings Did they ever hear of a rats ate freely and hastily pf it as it is On their custom to do It was rather a dry dog taking a pleasure in music the contrary it seemed to cause him supper and water being at hand acute pain accompanied by a horrible cach rat turned from tho savory sort of fascination which fastened him dish of flour and plaster to slake his to tho spot at which he was subjected to thirst with water Everybody who has the torture had to do with plaster of Paris will guess The sense of smell in a dog was some at once what happened The water tliing marvelous not only from its delidrunk first wetted the plaster in the rats cacy but for tho fact that its discrimina-Â¬ stomachs and then in technical phrase set it that is to say the plaster thus tion of what was agreeable and the re-Â¬ verse was exactly the opposite of ours made into a paste instantly grew hard They never heard of a dog being infatuin each rats stomach making a cast of all its convolutions The event proved ated with lavender water or patchouli he rather reveled in the smells which to that with such a cast in existence it is impossible for a rat to retreat even across men were a source of horror and disgust He had owned a dog which ho frequently the kitchen left among the thousands frequenting The next morning thirteen of them Regents Park to secrete himself behind lay dead in a circle around tho water a tree So soon as the animal found tliat dish Mrs Benedict like a wise wom Â¬ he had lost his master he laid his nose an kept her secret and made profit of to the ground and in that manner very it She undertook for a consideration to clear the premises of her neighbors boon tracked him to his hiding place That showed tho dog had the power of of the pests and succeeded It was not distinguisliingthe particular modifica- Â¬ long before the town was as free of this tion of the leather of the boots caused sort of vermin as if tho pied piper of Hamelin had traveled that way Then by tho wearing of hisni aster in contra dlstincuon to the modifications produced Mrs Benedict advertised for agents to bvffinndreas of thousands of other peowork up the business throughout the ple present As to the ability of dogs country selling each the secret for a to find their way from place to place ho fair price ibelieved there was an unconscious rejns- Josh Billingsgate txatibn in their minds of tho visual pict Be merciful to all dum animals ires presented to it in the various tracks through which they passed mid that the no man can git to heaven on a sore memory worked backward until the dog backed horse The grate fite iz fust for bred then reached his destination No one could doubt the moral disposition of dos butter on the bred and then sugar on Some were trustworthy others more or thebutter The grate secret ov popularity iz to less thieves some were amiable others vicious and so on Neither was there make every one satisfied with himself any doubt that a dog had ideas of equal- Â¬ fust and afterwards satisfied with yu Tho grate mistake that most people ity and inequality They could easily settle that by offering a dog a large and make iz they think more ov their cun- Â¬ ning than they do ov their honesty small piece of meat on the same dish Tho unhappiness of tliis life seems and by observing which ho took first Indeed there was no fundamental fac Â¬ principally to konsist in getting every- Â¬ ulty connected with the reasoning pow- Â¬ thing wo kan and wanting everything ers that might not bo demonstrated to we haint got exist in dogs I hav finally cum to the konklushun that tlio best epitaff any man kan hav l An TtiiilirplInTlnilpri Rr hllraktikal purposes iz a good Umbrellas are the things most easily bank ackount Paupers suffer less than mizers do left behind in the Paris cabs Some per the man who dont kno where ho iz going others gloyes Bons leave newspapers to git hiz next dinner suffers less than wealthy men liave dropped bank notes a bald man is even said to havo lost his the one who is anxious to know how wig and there are not fewer tlian three much it iz going to kost him instances of men having forgotten their wives But umbrellas are the articles The Old Salts Estimate or the Piano most commonly left behind A man A Captain who was asked by his wife named Mosenouy Bet up irnew profesto look at some pianos while he was in sion on this habit of forgetting things the view of buying her one in the four wheelers of tho capital He the city withto her saw one that I wrote home would walk along the file of cabs and thought woidd suit yonI black walnut cast a glance in each empty vehicle un- Â¬ hull strong bulkhead strengthened til he found one with a parcel on the fore and aft with iron frame sealed seat or an umbrella in tho corner He with white wood and maple Rigging would then get in tell the driver to take wire double on the ratlines and him somewhere and on alighting carry steel whipped wire on the lower stays and off his prize Mosenouy however got heavier cordage Belaying pins of steel to be noticed by the cabmen whose sus- Â¬ and well driven home Length of taff picions he had aroused and Louis a rnil over all six feet one inch breadth wily old driver seeing him coming one of beams thirty eight inches depth of day laid a trap for him by placing his hold fourteen inches Hatches can be wifes umbrella inside Ids own cab Mo- battened down proof against senouy at once spotted it got in gave the boys and commercial drummers or can driver an address and on arriving got be clewed up on occasion and sheeted out paid his fare and was about to walk home for a first classj instrumental cy- Â¬ off with Mme Louis gingham when the other called a policeman and gave him clone in charge This was not tho first time A Reaiarkable Case of Lusus Nntiino that Mosenouy had been brought before An Annapolis correspondent says that the Police Court so he was at once sena natural curiosity died there a few days tenced to ten months imprisonment ago The child was of colored parent- Â¬ age and when born hadwhite curly hair A Tramp Who Has a Bookkeeper resembling sheens wool The eyes were There is a tramp who haunts tho seat of a pinkish color and tho complexion end of Galveston who has got it down was snow white with a slight tinge of fine He has reduced it to a perfect red on the checks It very closely re-Â¬ Ho has his regular customers system sembled a large wax doll which had been so to speak He knocked at the door of exhibited in a bhop window and which a house The owner came out As soon the mother of the child had frequently Now as he saw the tramp he said admired and expressed an anxious desire look here last week I gave you a nickel was unable to do so to stay away for ten days and here you to purchase it but The physicians pronounce it a remark Â¬ The tramp put his are back again of lusus naturae hand to his forehead and was lost in able case thought for beveral minutes Then he Goldsmiths Grave You are right Colonel Your said A visitor to Temple Church London regular assessment is not duo yet for a which has been undergoing repairs week When I get back to my counting room Ill pay off my head book keoper writes indignantly of tlio scant courtesy Bhown to Goldsmiths grave in that and discharge hini Ho has neglected to give you tho proper credit on the edifice Ho found it hemmed in with Well go on now ledger All tho disused scaffolding left by the work- Â¬ ventured on re- Â¬ men A rope which right Colonel This is not a profes sional call it is only complimttKJ moving was fluntr across the inscription while in Here lies Oliver Goldsmith No xtra charge It was a Galveston tramp too who grumbled when he was order to read the words it was necessary at Borne personal risk to clamber over asked to take a dime out of a quarter He said tho year previous he had been poles planks and ladders Surely tho public who so lately laughed and wept out 50 by losbes in making change beforo the representation on the stage Smart Boy of the immortal Vicar and Olivia will demand protection and respect for the Well sonny whose pigs are those tomb of Oliver Goldsmith Old bows sir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prof Huxley on Dogs ThVEarths Changes The mystery and the magnitude ol geological changes seem to relegate them to the remote ages of convulsion and cataclysm Let us not be frightened Wo are in the midst of great changes Wo and are scarcely conscious of have seen worlds in flames and have felt a comet strike the earth Wo have seen the whole coast of South America lifted up bodily ten or fifteen feet and letdown again in an hour We have seen tho Andes sink 220 feet in seventy years Tho Chinese possess authentic records of changes in the location of great rivers especially the Hoang ho This river has changed its mouth two or threo times Sometimes it discharges its waters into the Gulf of Pechfli and sometimes into tho Yellow sea Vast trans- Â¬ positions have also taken place in tho coast line of China The ancient capital located in all probability in an access- Â¬ ible position near the center of tho em- Â¬ pire has now become nearly surrounded by water and its site is on the peninsula of Corea Wo havo seen the glaciers make progress in their retreat and dis Â¬ appearance An ice peak of the Tyrol eso Alpshos lowered eighteen and a half feet in a few years The Mer do Glace is a hundred feet lower or tlunner than it was thirty years ago At Chamounix I conversed with the chief of tho guides an old mart who had lecorded the phases of the glaciers for moro than fifty years He pointed out the limits of tho Mer de Glace and Glacier des Bpssons in 1FJ8 1819 and 1820 Ho showed me huge bowlders which had formerly beeu de- Â¬ posited in the valleys hear the termini- of these glaciers He pointed out the striations mado on the lwunding walls of tho glacier val- Â¬ leys From these records I perceived that these two great glaciers have re-Â¬ I ceded in fifty years not less than half a mile and tho volume of ice is lowered at least two hundred feet From thefoot of tho Mer de Glace I traced- - the foot- Â¬ steps of tho receding glacier down the valley of tho Arveiron down the valley of the Arve down the Arve all the ay to Geneva Then I felt that also had gazed on tho ancient glaciers I had seen how their stupendous work had been done I had come upon the earth in time to see tho continental glaciers of Europe on their retreat up the surges of tlio Alps I felt the Stone Folk drawn down in time toward our own times I could look over the abyss of years and seize its span in my comprehension Wo are the witnesses of the retreat of tho glaciers When the Stone Folk came to Europe tho southern border of tho con- Â¬ tinental ico field was perhaps on now it is in Rus- Â¬ the Rhine it Polishing Furniture To clean furniture especially the sur Â¬ face of a finely polished piano we will give our lady friends a receipt better than any in the books Take a wash Â¬ bowl half full of tepid waterand a litde fine toilet soap and a table spoonful of sweet oil Dip a piece of old flannel in this and apply it to tbe wood rubbing vigorously for a while then exchange this for a pipce of old soft fine cotton not linen as that leaves its fibers of lint and rub with tins a while finisliing with a fresh piece of the same rag until the liquid application is thoroughly re- Â¬ - - moved All tlieso successive applica- Â¬ tions to be made to one particular spot of tho wood no larger tlian can be worked with a Bhincle stroke of the arm and that to bo finished before a fresh place is to be treated When the whole piano has been done over in this way it should take two hours at least to do it well it will look as good as new and far better tlian if refinishod by an orÂ¬ dinary workman This is the best ap- Â¬ plication for that purple cloud that comes over a polished wood surface in damp weather Of coutjb a judicious person will be very sparing of the liquid although she has a wash bowl half full of it and will not use enough to drip on tho carpet or to penetrate to the in- Â¬ terior of tho piano MlEDf FOB RHEUMATISM Backache Neurdgia Sciatica Lumbago Soreness of tho Chest Gout Quinsy Sora Throat SwellÂ¬ Johnnys Essay on Dogs Last summer our dog Towser was a lyin in the sun trine to sleep but tho flies was that bad that he culdnt cos he had to catch em and bimo by a bee lit on liis head and was woking about like the dog was hisn Towser he held his heafltffland when tho bee was close HKowser winked at him like to what this buffer is doin he tMBpf m a lily of the valley which isnt opened yet but you just wait till I blossom and you will seo some fun and sure enuf Towser opened his mouth very slow so as not to fritten tlio bee and the bee went into Towsers month Then Towser he shet liis eyes and his mouth too and had begun to mako a peaceful smile wen the bee stung him and you never see a lily of the vafley ack bo in your life ings and Sprains Burns and Scalds General Bodily Pains Tooth Ear and Headache Frosted Feet and Ears and all other Pains and Aches No Preparation en earth equals St Jacobs On as a tafe aurr simple and cheap Xxtarnal Remedy A trial entails but the comparatlTsly trifling outlay of 0 Cents and everyone snfferins with pain can haTO cheap and pceltlie proof of in claims Directions In Eleven Xanroagea BOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEA1EBS IH MED10IHE lieEeo 66 I BEATTY jfkset or WAsunvaTox A VOGEItER JSaltlmort Jfrf CO XT 8 Am H5 sew 1 Vegetine More to Me than Cold MtU IT It Stxtx 1 wish Id inform you whit Ftool Cook and Mnsic taxed and shipped only 3300 Before Von bar an inurn Â¬ Xew Pianos 193 tu SlGOO Mid sammer oflVr fllnstrmtesf ment be sure free Address DANIEL F BEATTY Washi qlon H U 4 Stop3 ORGANS toliis Walwlx MAMtMarch 7 I8S0 sia and Siberia and Greenlard Nor have the veritable glaciers become extinct from the United States In the deep gulches of the Sierra Nevada are sundry remnants of a glacier once On these repositories continent wide of ancient ice has accumulated tho dust J BENTLEY M D says of ages to wich the ccsmical dust which comes to us out of the depths ot space It has dene more good than alt Medical has made contributions not inconsider- Â¬ Treatment able But they lay there in their senes- Â¬ Xewxahkxt cence to proclaim a chapter of past Mk H RStktejs Boston Mm Oxt Feb 9 18S0 events in American history fossil Sir I hare sold during the pat Tear a considerabU tuautity of jour Viomsi and I belieTetn all case it glaciers as eloquent as a fossd world hns given call faction In on cae a delicate young lady The truth is wo are not so far out of the of about seventeen Tears was much benefited by it ue me that had done her good dust and smoke of antiquity as we had Her parents informedtreatment it to which sntr moreprevi had than all the medical ously been subjected supposed Antiquity is at our doors Yours respectfully The rubbish of geological revolutions is J BESTLET M We aro in the strewed about our feet midst of geological history The Indian saw Lake Michigan spread its waters Louaiy in us rraise over Bhnois We have seen cities grow Toaoxro Orr Starch 3 1SS0 up where our children knew only a Dear Sir Considering the short time that Veomsv beftreth rtublichereit sell well as a blood swamp and our children will see the has benand for troubles arising from aslnggiah or torpid purifier swamp usurp tho site of the lake which liver ilu a nrt clas mrdicine Our cntomers speak loudly in its praise J WRIGHT CO nourishes it Prof Winchell Cor Queen and Elizabeth Streets Â¬ Txgctiie ium done for to I litre torn troubled with Erynpelw Humor for mor than thirty years ia my limbs and other parts of my bodr and hare been a great sufferer I commenced tak Inj loitm one year ago lait August and can truly say it has done more for me than any other medicine I seem to be perfectly frre from this humor and can recommend it to every one Would not be without this medicine tis nior to me than gold and I feel it willprore a blessÂ¬ ing to other as it has to me Toori moat respectfully Us DAVID CLARK JESTEYC2 Wrcan BRATTLEBOR0VX O for the TRADE Cincinnati TEBEITORTElTen CO CARRIAGE EAR Buggies ENTERPRISE Catalogue FREE ON 30 DAYS TRIAL AVe will send our Electro Voltaic Celts and oth Electric Appliances upon trial for thirty dari to thos a ymcmaZ afflicted with iTertouf DtbUtfv and tfisetws nature Also of the Liver Kidneys Rheumatism Ia ralysis Ac A ure aire ffuaranteui or no pay Address and expenies to OutSt Free Address P Aastbta Main T7UIaJU Pbeet Portrait of Gen Garfield for printer I sample A prices 5c WmHThomrtItrmtM tch A MONTH AsrntWsinlrrl Det selling articles 111 me wniuoi- Detroit alien frer JAl BrO5U 77 7h Voltnle Kelt Cv 31nrhnlU Midi 350- - i with a profusion of jewelry heard her Shivering in her complain of a cold lace bonnet and shawl as light as a cob- Â¬ What shall I do web sho exclaimed to get warm I really dont know unless replied the Quaker solemnly thee put on another breastpin 1 Quaker gentleman riding in a car- Â¬ riage with a fashionable lady decked A NATRONA PENNA SALT MANUF BI CARB SODA V E H CETINE TKErABED BT Is the best la the World Itbsbsolutelypure It is the best for Medicinal Purposes It is the best for Baking aid all Family Uses Sold by all Druggists and Grocers RSTEVENS is Sold t fcirn Boston Mass by all CO Phila L Vegetine Druggists gVVk W fgfti itfl FT CT splesdid breakfast on the table surronnded by a family of Coughs They used Dr Balls Cough Syrup and that family now kccr it al Â¬ ways on hand and recommends it Price only 25 cent a a bottle A I TOUXG KAf OR OLD If rM Mt tlllMIHl llMMMt T towlM W Un frewth j H JrtiR yJffgirV tkiKMMjHitUlwMhiUem- tk SW Wsiir 7lHKf Bm7 The I THAT ACTS JIT Remedj lll SA2E TUIE 03 1 Milk cans or pans not kept clean are liable to impart to the milk a dangerous fenncntive poison of Minneapolis Minn I saw Hunts Remedy used in a case of I did not treat DropHy with perfect buccchs tho patient but four attending physicians had given up tho cae as hopeless Hunts Remedy was then used with perfect success and the is well I shall give Hunts Remedy in Trial size 75 Iropdical and Kidney Diseases cents C H Blecken M D Prrfrct Sotw says and only complete Mid xuibeutlc It contains fine tleel portrait of and is endorsed br their mot inti Â¬ Beware of catch penny mate friend imitations Send for circulars containing AsxrnlmlVantcl fall tlvflcriptioa of the work and extra terms to stents Address yATioAi PcBUSHiao Co Philadelphia P fe of IiarflelriGen Garfield uid Arthur Tin w Ihe PROM THE FARM TO THE PRESIDENTIAL CHAIR cheapt and the KIDNEYS rrfinn rri rj 7 nsavu waerjuipncerzo cure au diseases m THE LIVER THE BOWELS TAl rnmhinffL r w UW74- r- I iiruy jErg we pick Are Ton Xot In ood Ilenllh If the Liver is tho source of your trouble you can find au absolute remedy in Da Sojfohds Ijveb iNViaoitATOit the only vegetable ccthar Manr jttopleara afflicted with these loathsome diseases is owing to improper treatment mlyt they are readiljr enrabl it properly treated This is no idle boast but a tact I bare proren OTer and orer asain br m y treatment Bend for my little Bookrre to all it will tell yon all abont these matters and who I am My large Book 373 pas9 ocUto price S3 by mail 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precious ingredients combined without fermentation are the ingre Â¬ dients of Malt Bitters prepared by the Malt Bitters Company Boston Wilhofta Fever and Ague Tonic The old rcliablo remedy now lellj at one dollar INVESTMENT BONDS First Xortgace Per Cent Gold Bonds vr FortMaflisonKorthwesteniBailwayCo Principal and Interest Payable In Gold In er York UNION DATED APRIL 11880 AND DDE IS 1905 Bonds of K300 and 1000 each THE KORAN OP MOHAMMED translated from tho Arabic bj GeorgsSale Formerly published at S273 a new beautiful type neat cloth bound edition pnc 35 cents and O cents for postage Catalogue of many standard works remarkably low in price with extra terms to clubs free Say where you saw tlu adrertisement lixaicas Boos ExcilASOE Tribune Building N Y A cnrloalty to one sand neeeaalty to all amden cTrr orr ora Religion of III The Koran CELLULOID I Lenitor K2aBafclng7000per mile City NEW YORK TRUSTEE TRUST CO Road 10O miles whole issue of Bonds from of Oscalooss IeKyablaAprillst and October 1st FaanSTEatSSMndarcraed Interat With each S300 and glQOO Bond there will be Iklven a a bonne 100 and 300 reapeetlTely eapltal or for further empaky in full paid for Bonds etoelc ot the 1 information Applications Circulars UBb llwl 34ieWrr7o Citr of Fort Madison Iowa Iowa ea Kepresentlng the choicest selected Tortoise Shell and Amber The lightest handsomest and strongest knoif n Sold by Opticians and Jewelers Made by SPE5CEB O M CO 13 Maiden Lane Xow York EYE CLASSES Ac should be made to CO Bankers JAMES M DRAKE Drexel Bnlldlng 29 Wall HU W T To Slakes S3 PerDsy axriua oca uw Plaiform Family Scale atwBBSBSlskTslsA Whose sow is it Old mans sir Well then who is your old man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ home and ask the old woman Never mind sonny I want a smart boy what can you do Oh I can do more than consider- Â¬ able I can milk these geese ride tho turkeys to water hamstring the grass Â¬ hoppers light the fires for flies to court by cut the buttons off dads coat when ho is at prayers keep tally for dad and mam when they scold at a mark old woman is always ahead Ji youll mind tho pigs Til run shell Â¬ suckers exclaiming Icli habo fisch gefaugen I was fisning The old man was allowed to tramp along and to this day docs not know tlint tho train stopped on acconntof the red light which he carried on his fishing excursion Got any brothers Lots of em all named Bill except Bob his names Sam my names Larry but they call me Lazy Lawrence for shortness Well youre most too smart When it comes to tliis tho patriotic American miy well shudder for our boasted liberties will go to ruin and our elective francliise become a mockery corruption will rear its head in triumph and the Goddess of Liberty will allow her bangs to fall down oer her weeping For anybody can foresee that eyes while the fair judges aro inspecting the spring and fall costumes of the voters ballot box stuffers will boldly ply their trade and subvert the will of a buffering people Oh country wo tremble for thy bafety A oebtain member of Parliament who owned extensive estates was spending a few days at tho residence of a noble fam- Â¬ ily There were soveral interesting and accomplished young ladies in the family to whom the honorable member showed every attention Just as ho was about to take leavo the noblemans wife pro-Â¬ ceeded to consult him upon a matter which sho alleged was causing her no little distress It is reported said that you are to marry the Countess my daughter Lucy and what shall we What shall we say about it do Oh responded the considerate M P just say she refused me A yodxo man of society out making a call may wear two watches and yet not know when it is time to go home of courso gets If woman to bo tho ballotthe election judgo of want JfEW IiAW Thousands of6oldltrs and heirs enti Â¬ tled Fensions date back to discharge or death Ttmt limited Address with stamp PENSIONS O Eicluire territory men Terms and rapid sales surprise old Axents Send for particulsrs poxxsTtcSCALX Co X8S Weighs accurately up to 25 Iba Its handsome appearance sells it at sight fin house keebers Sttail Price 83 Other Faruils Scales weuhin 23 lbs can not be bousht for less than S X regular BOOM for AGENTS WSthfct Cincinnati 5 tW 4AW s P Drawer 333 GEO Washington E UEMOX C QAPONIFIED W Reliable Family Soap Maker Directions accompany each Can for making Hard WB Kofi and Toilet Soap quickly It is Ask your grocer for full weight and strength SAPOXIFIEK and take no other V VCUNG MEN ljrn month Krerr S7TreeU OutSt free rresident 11 nation AdrV RYalcntine2ruiAxer JanMTilUWU TeleffTftphr nd Mrn JtlO to AlOO rrzAriAtm rnavrmnteed MTini lit X3XSmASJSai AND CAUaiD BY Malarial Pelsonlng AJCjXs FOR CHILLS AND FEVER OF THE BLOOD A a day at nome easily made Costly Address Tacx Co Augusta Maine i PENNA SALT MANUFACTURING AGENTS WANTPn AT ONCE to sell tbe Urea ofoorneitPresidentandVice PHILAPELPUU CO Gen HANCOCK and Hon r PETBOLEDM Grand Medal at Philadelphia Warranted Cure tTf Price rOS SIOO DICOailTS VT IALX BT ALL Thousands are wailing for the book It contains steel portraits of the Candidates and other full page enfrar ings Extra inducements offered to those selecline terri Â¬ tory now DOUOLAbS BROS B3 Fifth St Cincinnati O WH ENGLISH fa position JELLY VnWTTWF Silser at Medal Tar is Exposition Thia wonderful substance Is acknowlededby physicians throughout the world to be the best remedy ducoseted for the cure of Wonnds Burns Rheumatism Fkin Dis Â¬ eases Piles Catarrh Chilblains Ac In order that erery one may try it it ia put up in 13 and 23 cent bottles for household use Obtain it from your druggist and yon will and it superior to anything you hare eter used Those who have soot either of wood or bituminous coal should carefully save it for use in the garden It is val- Â¬ uable for tho ammonia it contains and also for its power of absorbing ammonia It is simply charcoal carbon in an extremely divided state but from the cre- Â¬ osote it contains is useful in destroying insects and is at the same time valuable as a fertilizer for all garden crops Â¬ Ready Made Dimples And now has turned up an ingenious artist who advertises to furnish ladies with ready made dimples Ho thus de- Â¬ scribes the process I make a punct- Â¬ ure in the skin at the point where the dimple is required that cannot bo no- Â¬ ticed when it has healed and with a very delicate instrument I remove a slight portion of the muscle Then I which at-Â¬ excite a slight inflammation taches tho skin to tho sub cutaneous In a few days hollow I have formed the wound if wound it can be called has healed and a charming dimple is Perry Davis Pain IS RECOMWEXDED By PAvfieian by Zfiuionarut by ATtimrerr by Met aon a by Autki m Uoipital BY EVERYBODY Br DR JA PAIN KILLERHt SSSSfffaSE Diarrheal Dyaentery Cramps Cbolera axdtdl BottcI lomplalnta TUB xtST tho mill KILLFR nx knosvn toBEfWorld for Sick Hadarlie Pain In the TJXQVfeSTIOXABlVr THE Weakness sucn aa Falling eucorrriosa Chronic Inflammation or ulceration of the 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