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even for political preferment which might swervo my judgment I havo come here to meet you fellow citizens faco to to give you the result of that thought andface deliberation on my part so that thoso with whom I have been accuttomod to act in political mat- Â¬ ters hhall understand and appreciate somo of the reasons at least which mdnco mo to give my voice and vote to avail what thev mav in favor of a chanco in the party policy that haR governed tho United States in the last four years XOT A CANDIDATE THE GREAT GREENBACK BBioeiJitl Hope Infma the of Rare and Only tbc Country TEIRfBLE ARRAIGNMENT OF GENERAL GARFIELD ALL OTHEB QUESTIONS TO BE LAID ASIDE IN BE- - nxLr or rcnuc saiiii Trm- - ITororm to Ix Arrurri Only by the BrOatof Use Cormpt rnrty la rower Fnxow CmzKxs op Massacitcsetts By wiae provision of the Constitution the people are called upon at eTcry recurring period of fonr years to pass solemn judgment upon the policy integrity and efficiency of the adminis Â¬ tration of the government in the past and to ehooec and appoint those who shall administer their government in tho coming like period On this power in the people to frequently change their rulers our fathers relied for the preservation of tho form and fact of a republi- Â¬ can government because during the term of office of the Chief Executive and his advisers virho are of his appointment tho Constitution gives no efficient power to control their acts to shape or change the policy of the government if deemed unwise or hurtful or to remove from office the President or his subordinates To that end the process of impeachment is power- Â¬ less except perhaps in cases simply of heinous Tsime The Prerident having the power to apÂ¬ point and dismiss at will an immense number of officials in fact can control at least one third of the House and Senate so that by his - veto he can prevent the repeal or enactment of any law In fact there is no potentate in any country which has a semblance even of consti- Â¬ tutional government more absolute and despotic than is the President of the United States during hk term of office If change of policy or administration of government is needed it can only be attained at a Presidential election That past for four years at least as we have eeen the will of the people is powerless Still more Under our system of elections practi Â¬ cally the people must confer their power upon one of two men only as the supreme executive head of the Nation As demonstrated by the practice of quite a half century in fact no third person can be supported for President with any result save in the nature of a protest against the nominee of the conventions of the two political parties There is therefore no more solemn duty im Â¬ posed upon any patriot no other or higher power exercised by any elector than to de termine which one of two candidates represents more nearly his convictions upon the greatest number of the measures and principles of gov-Â¬ ernment the administration of which would bo most likely to rebound to the common good and tho pcrpotuation of a republic which no patriot desires or as yet dares to say is not the best form of government known upon earth for a free and enlightened people mmSmmmM li LUUMMia Ul Hunt for 1m VmBVaelaetUmdly or carelessly follow par Â¬ tisan leaders may find many things in both of the candidates and principles of the two great parties which do not coincido with his own That my words may havo all tho weight they can or ought to have let mo premise by sav Â¬ ing that I am not and shall not be a candidate or aspirant for any office elective or appointive at this election under the incoming adminis- Â¬ tration so that mv vote will be the free will Bering of patriotic dnty when itjliailbogweu to my comrade-in-arin the war for the preservation of the Union the tried and loyal toldierand patriotic chieftain General Han- Â¬ In doing so I shall neither detract from or add one jot or tittle to that declaration of principles which has been my guide in political life JCqual tithis equal powers equal bur- Â¬ den equal pritUes and equal protection to aQrirn bylaio tinder the Government The realization of these is true democraticgovern ment They aro true republicanism Without their fulfillment this republican government can not bo preserved and without them they nould not be worth preserving I have examined with care the platform of principles enumerated by tho Democratic party at Cincinnati and I find nothing thereinto contravene them Indeed they are more disÂ¬ tinctly set forth therein than in the platform of the Chicago Convention Neither of them go so far as I could desire in specific declaration of the right of every man to voto in the election of his rulers and to bo represented in his Gov- Â¬ ernment simply because ho is a man but in this regard even tho platform of the Cincin Â¬ nati Convention is the more specific I may be met with the objection that party platforms go for very little in governing the action of the administration elected under them That is too trne And perhaps there is no more strikingly illustrative example of the fact than the course of the Administration of Mr Hayes during the last four years regara ing the plank in the platform under which he was elcctcd of civil service reform Or if that illustration does not convince my Repub Â¬ lican friends with whom I labored for Mr Hayes election of this truth let mo give them another illustration which wfll so do unless they listen with ears closed to the evi- Â¬ dence Our platform in 1876 proclaimed in words not ambiguous the necessity of the protection of the colored man of the South by ths wholo power of the Federal Government How that was interpreted by our candidate is certain when we call to mind a speech which ho made to his neighbors in Ohio in November 1876 oon after the voting when it was generally understood that Mr Tildcn was elected wherein he said in substance admitting the probability of his defeat that the reralt af- Â¬ fected him only as the result affected the con- Â¬ dition of the poor colored men at the South who would be now left without protection Tet tho very first acts of his Administration nay the very consideration for which he was counted in wag that he would abandon as he did abandon all care and protection of the colored man both he and his party had there- Â¬ tofore understood their duty And Mr Hayes has lately told us in bis speech at Yale College that his policy in that regard was determined not by the platform and principles of his party under whicn ho was elected but by the instructions ha received from Mr Wooey a highly jrrpsJaMr teacher of that institution Would it not havo been better to hav elected Mr Woolscy President instead of Mr Hayes and so had the policy of tho country at first hands fresh from the mint and not dis- tilled through the alembic of Mr Hayes barÂ¬ gains and fear X may bo told that to find whether this the hightcst and most important to Republican democracy of all rights universal suffrage is to be assured that I am to look to the acts and not the platforms of parties Bo it so before examining that question let uscarcfuUydistinguishbctnccn what is doneby great jpolitical parties and tho action of indi- Â¬ viduals of those parties and I fail to see in any law constitutional or legislative any action of any portion of the Democratic party in any State North or South which discriminates against the right of all men to vote except per Â¬ haps in a single State where taxation is made a prerequisite qualification of the voter But docs it fio in the mouth of any Massachusetts Republican to raie that objection to the Demo- Â¬ cratic State of Georgia Docs it lie in tho mouth of the Republican State of Rhode Island with its property qualification of the voter to arraign anybody upon the question of EiscnnnxATiojf agatxst xaxhood sctfbage It has been said that men have been kept away from the polls by intimidation and vio- Â¬ lence in some of the Southern States That has been too true Nothing can bo more un- Â¬ just evil and wicked than such acts And in 1870 1 labored incessantly day in and day out to pass through a Republican Congress of a two thirds Republican majority an efficient law to remedy the evil That urgency brought upon me the ill opinion of many of the Demo- Â¬ cratic minority of the House The record will show in March 1870 three severa resolutions passed to adjourn the session to prevent such enactment a part of the earnest efforts of lead- Â¬ ing Republicans one of whom is thehmomince all of whom are making the leading issue of this campaign these very outrages of bad men in the South whtn tlie Damons and deeo antipathies engendered by the war tendered strong measures imperative to restrain the various and unprincipled men who use intimi- Â¬ dation and force to pieu ut a free and full bal- Â¬ lot That matter siioiild lime been settled then and forever for all men North and Soith and the voter not left to intimidation by either the shot gun of the marauder or the threats of starvation by his employer To the credit of Massachusetts be it said nearly thirty years ago under a Democratic administration she passed an effective law re- Â¬ quiring the use of a secret ballot by which a man could vote without employer or neighbor knowing how he voted to protect her humble citizens against the influences and intimidations of bad men And biter still she has passed another law lev- Â¬ eled at tlie same abuse But in spite of all within twelve montlis it has been proven be-Â¬ fore a Congressional committee of investiga- Â¬ tion that a convocation of some of our manu- Â¬ facturers and business men was had by a Fed- Â¬ eral officer to devise ways and means for civ- Â¬ ilized bulldozing by which voters in Massa Â¬ chusetts could be kept from the polls or made to deposit a ballot not of their free choice The instigators of these practices azainst the freedom of the ballot in Massachusetts wu reÂ¬ ward with judgesliips and Senatorial dignities Itit I am led to believe with less important offices in the South It has been pleaded in palliation of these wicked devices to control the free ballot that universal suffrage is unwise and dangerous that there should be some restraint upon the people either to restrict or control their 0te3 that uninstructed people if left to themselves would vote wrongly that the many would op- Â¬ press tlie few that the poor would barrass and despoil the rich Is this true Show me an in- Â¬ stance where the ballot has becu taken advan Â¬ tage of by the poor men to impose taxes upon the men of property Show me tlie iiistaajo where a municipality has been run in debt by the votes of her workingnicn for extmagant public buildings and extravagant municipal expenditures against the votes of men of proD rtT Nay broaden tho rango of observapon and show me where in the world tho many have oppressed the few No such case can bo found Every pago of tho history of nations is illumi Â¬ nated with horrible examples of wrong and outrage whero the few havo oppressed tlie many What complaint lias ever been justly made in this country of tho results of universal Take an instance of its worst exhi- Â¬ suffrage bition and where tho surroundings aro wont unfavorable to its just action Take tho citv of New York whero the ballot is universal gov Â¬ erning itself with a cosmopolitan mingling 0f nationalities each and all having the right to vnto oven without previous instiuction iu tha principles of free government and selr comroi What has it What is tho complaint there That the ig- Â¬ been for a long eenes of years norant masies do not vote right No the chronic complaint is that the learned tho well educated tho shrewd party inanagern dont count the votes right Tho ignorant masses vote well enough Tho educated few count tho votes so as to elect tlicmsehes to plunder the rich They in New York happen to havo been of the Democracy But turn to Philadelphia which has liecp How liave the otes steadily Republican been counted for years there It is the parti san count which does the wrong to tho State How wu it in Republican Louisiana In 1876 cock What was tho complaint there False counting b uiun nucu uio electoral uim- mission was made to determino tlm mni f tho voto for President and tho ermine of tho Supremo bench was dragged in tho mud of politics to givo tho people hopo of a fair count what was the complaint then Of this tri bunal composed of tho highest most edu Â¬ cated and most judicious ono of them now candidate of tho Republican party for Presi Â¬ dent Still partisan exactly according to their was tho result any difpolitical prejudices fercnt than it would have been had tho qncs- tion been committed to an eqnal number of voters of tho Fiyo Points of the samo party b clt 1UB ino frock of the clergyman thoWS dress coat of tho o easy gam or me uuiu tvu aim jj Congressman all covered partisans fol owing party aims in judging of a great qnestion of constitutional law and right What would have been tho effect of the blue uniform of a blunt and gallant soldier among theso politi Â¬ cians to make them do the right tho peoplo arc about to trv WllRt do tho nnnHirjtn ruirtv nnmnTaTn n the present campaign in Alabama That anybody voted as he ought not to havo done Oh nol the fault again is claimed to be in the counting So that upon the question of universal man Â¬ hood BUffrago I am clear that all ought to vote and laws should bo socnactod that those votes shall be as Justly counted as they are rightly sL The people know how to vote rightly O ye reformers send somebody who knows hoir to count honestly When any pf mv RopuDli can friends desires to put to me a political ques- Â¬ tion which ha deems unanswerable he asks now cas ion vote with the democratic - Can the Rennbhcan Administration nrotecttlVMed hU riBhl wilUhevfodS0 0rCman fl2 l PABTT 1 fiHBHPHHBBBF p telf- judgment Therefore the practical result of the election nuts this question alone to tho electors Which party and which candidate on the whole is nearest to what I would have Tho voter cannot choose the Executive that ho would have because in most cases his an- Â¬ swer would be neither and the result would be inaction or an nnwise throwing away of a ballot upon an impossibility powerless for good and useless against cvU There narrowed limits of political action which confine his choice compel the reflecting citizen carefully and candidly to examine the claims and candidates of two parties onlv not perhaps with the hope of finding in cither all his most cherished convictions or ideal Presi- Â¬ dent but balancing probabilities to decide upon his responsibilities to which and to whom the welfare of the country can be most safely intrusted THE TLMIUE OF POWER Irrespective of the merits of tho principles or candidates of either of the parties there is a primary important factor in this question to le taken into account by every patriotic elector which ought largely to determino his vote All history teaches that long continuance in power breeds corruption in the administration of governmental affairs That corruption al Â¬ ways seeks perpetuation and fears change of administration lest its wickedness may bo detected even if not punished This indeed has become axiomatic and has so impressed itself upon our people that a tradition claimed to be almost a law finds itself in American politics that no President however wise great or good can be safely trusted with more than a second term in office If no man can be great wise and good enough to wield power longer than a second term how great wise and good a party composed of men preramabi much less wise and good ought to be which scekB to be kept in power for a fifth term in time of peace What should the think Â¬ ing voter say to such a claim for renewed power by such a party if the party has declared in tl o most solemn manner through most of its lead- Â¬ ing journals and all its so called reformers that its own administration had been corrupt under one whom they admitted to be its greatest and best man that Ids officers and subordinates so administered their offices as to lead to widespread defalcation peculation and abuse of pnblic trust How shall the con- Â¬ science of the voter answer to that claim when the party declares by its votes in National Convention that such a great and good man hailed by them as the very savior of his coun Â¬ try ought not to be returned to power even after the lapse of an intervening term He chose his officers from the Republican party They were conOrmed by a Republican Senate Were they not irhen appointed the very flower and sweet perfume of the Republican party Heavily ought these considerations to prcs upon the judgment of the voter when he is thus made certain that he cannot rely on tho party for purity of administration but upon the man alone whom that party has put for- Â¬ ward What guarantees then should not be reÂ¬ quired of such a party making such accusa- Â¬ tions and confessions of sin and corruption in their own party administration that the candidate they propose in his stead accident- Â¬ ally nominated without having been the first choice or even in the thought of nine tenths of the delegates of tho convention that chose jm and specially not in the mind c thoso virtuous reformers of tho Republican party who made and proved to their own satisfac Â¬ tion these damning sins of their partv leaders and officials one who although in Congress during all this corruption and peculation never maSe one hottest protest against them but plaved the part only of an accused par- Â¬ ticipant in the most of them is tho man for 4be occasion Is he a man of such commanding vigor of intellect such keen sighted moral ierccptions of such bold couragoousness unswerving ad- Â¬ herence to his own welltnatured wewB of such moral and mental blamina that bo will stand np firmly to tlie right when partisan passions rage about him and partisan pressure is brought upon him in behalf of the wrong for the cood of party and when perhaps millions in temptation are thrown at his feet and when the hopes of a re election may bo flattered to swerve his conscience and judgment If this remedial frequent change of officers deemed under all and party administration political systems which have either in form or fact ripened into Constitutional government so necessary for the purpose of preferring purity of administration and for resulting the tendency of all governments towards the des- Â¬ potic use of power is ever to be applied in this country ought it not to be enforced now The question will recur to tha elector What vital measure of polity must I give up What great guarantee of the perpetuity of the gov- Â¬ ernment must I weaken What danger to tho safety of the Republic do I invoke to obtain this change of administration which is in itself If the answer of necessity a great reform shall be no one of all these is at issue in this cuvuf ii not the ntctiiity of tali reform of Which undertook to break up the Union which you fought to sustain The trouble with your qnestionmy friends is that you havo forgot Â¬ ten tlie history of your country A portion of the Democratic party undertook to secedo from the Union and thereby broke up the Democratic party If the Democratio fiartv had undertaken to break up the Union would surely have been broken np Does any sane man not blinded by partisan prejuaice aouoc mat wirnout prompt vigor- Â¬ ous loyal courageous and patriotic action by the masses of the Democratic party that it would have been possible for the Republican party to have preserved the Union If Dix if McClellan if Farragut if Smith if Thomas if Grant if Meade if Meagher if Corcoran if Bumside if Sheridan if Hancock and a long roll of other heroic names which will come to every mans thought that I might recite had not stood by the Union drawn their swords and marched to tho rescue of tho Government do you beliove it would havo been saved by the present Senators and Representa Â¬ tives of Massachusetts not one of whom did go to the war even after Massachusetts Demo- Â¬ crats shoiied them tho way remaining at home in safety so that their ranks undiminished by disease of the bullet are ablo to fill all the the State and frominent civil offices both in soldier either with not a Republican or Democrat among them But I need not cito as examples of the fealty and de-Â¬ votion of tho Democracy of the North to tho flag and Constitution these great and illustrious names Look at the rank and file of our Armies They were as largely recruited from tho Democratic as from the Republican party For tho correctness of my assertion let me speak of my own knywledge I marched to tho Gulf with a New England division containing 6000 men and there could not have been five hundred men in that division who ever had voted anv other than tho Democratio ticket They came back voting for the Union for which they fought and they have been voting in tho same direction since ana win continue so to I vote when they vote wnu tco democracy tor Hancock by whose side they fought Go to your soldiers homes where the shat Â¬ tered and war worn veterans are collected to tho number of some 6000 and yon will find V3tes lienor Jate yeon larjjriy tec the 4 Democracy wncre tney nave Deen penniuou o voto by tho laws of tho State In saying this I by no means detract from the patriotism and zeal of the rank and file of tho Republican voters who stood shoulder to shoulder with their Democratic brethren for tlie preservation of the Union 1 pay and have at all times paid just tribute- - to their good qualities as citizens and soldiers and I neer hao undertaken to discriminate between soldier comrades in a partisan sense more than I do now I admit freely tho fact that there were more Republican than Democratic officers in tho volunteer armies of tho United States gallant good men and true who arose from tho lower to the higher grades of military lifo by their heroism and devotion to the countrys cause Tho reason for this is obvious Quito all tho Governors of the Northern States were Republicans They appointed all tho regimental ufficere and therefore they appointed most largely their Republican friends But the Democratic soldier when ho enlisted patriotical- Â¬ ly appointed himself a private Te8 my comrades whether yon wero Re- Â¬ publicans or Democrats and whether yon aro whatever now Republicans or Democrats tickets you may vote let any body of men undertake to disrupt this glorious Union of ours whether from the North or the South or tho East or the West with what there aro left of our diminished ranks we will march again under the leadership of our old commander Gen Hancock and give another lesson to the in patriotism and devotion to tho Hancock did it then cause of our country In his letter of acceptance he says it now and who shall dare doubt his pledged honor to the Nation Secession perished by the word The Union is saved Nay stands stronger firmer better more glorious than before its strength having been tried cemented now by tho renowed acts and oaths of loyalty of all of its people More worthy of the love and reverence of all its children becanso evervthine but freedom to all and equal riehts to all is blotted from her Who fears for the stability of the escutcheon But they Union now save our are always afraid Another objection against the change of tho rulers of pnbhc administration prcsents itself more especially to me than other men in this form You have proclaimed yourself as tho champain of the negro race You have pledged yourself to do all that you can to protect and care for them and make them worthy of the condition of free citizenship to which they have been raised how then can yon deliver over th negro to his enemy the Democratic party stay-at-ho-es es TnE COIiOBEl QUESTION To these questions I frankly and eagerly an- Â¬ swer yes as I hope I am tho champion of the lowly and oppressed of all peoplo and nation- Â¬ alities I did pledgo myself to tho colored peo Â¬ plo when ho fought by iny side that hereafter his race should have all that I could do hi their behalf and I here and now renew that pledge I have the full and earnest belief that I am do- Â¬ ing in this hour the best thing I can do for the elevation protection and welfare of the negro race by taking a step to unite their interest with thoBe of the other laboring classes of this country who so largely composed the Demo- Â¬ cratic party so that all workingmen of the country mav stand united for the elevation of all against the oppressions of monopolists and aristocrats in that day of darkness and dread which must sooner or later surely come There never has been and there never will be any reason why tho free workingman of the North and South should bo enemies to each other in order to build up an aristocracy of wealth They aro not antagonistic they are not When tho laboring men of Massa- Â¬ c en rivals chusetts join hand with the laboring men of Mississippi their class will govern the country Tho alliance is not an unnatural one and needs onlv a little timo to make it effectual Theso questions put to me however involvo the whole issue of tho campaign as now pre Â¬ sented by the Republican party in tho present canvass and being the issue it deserves care-Â¬ ful and candid consideration To it I havo given tho best thought of wliich I am capable Tho platform of the Chicago Convention is not outspoken on this question It simply says that it will leavo the question to the peaceful Within the last month solution of the ballot tho National committee of the Republican party and tho principal leaders of that party with one notable exception assembled at the Fifth Avenue hotel to lay out the plan of their cam Â¬ paign In their discussions but two questions Tho ono which occupied the were treated larger share of the time was what they shouldÂ¬ do with their money tho chairman of tlie committee having lcforo that announced that all A quite his transactions would bo for cash significant index to Republican methods in the canvass The other question was What shall be the It was decided to campaign iu tho South send no money or speakers there at leabt until after the canvass m Maine and Indiana was over thus making their campaign sectional only Tlie further determination was reached to claim that it was necessary to keep the Re-publican party lupow erfor the better protec- lion of the negro in the South If that were true I would pause long and carefully before I should do anything to hinder the ucceia of the Republican party I closed for sixteen years Republican party have had absolnto control of An theExecuthodtpartmcnt and until the MfKhavenwpSsedawl JiftaSSE Ad Congress of the Iislatve department of the epubficadmlnSSaUon wo headed Representatives and Senators who had Under Government and most of the lime by a twofbeen negotiated out of the rights of all the stock or the profits of the stock which iHtlio Northern seas tPftypven Protec-had been allotted to then by Mr Ames And tion to tho necro in the sense 111 wliich thev nut J faberies rr iD tome of them had not received their certificates PUDiican 41 n tho necessity for so InW W lAit hayonrt the fish of the Canadian of stock they were foolish enough to come out Jl rrii -ii ViX06 Iree or dutT th8 duties on in cards in tho newspapers denying that they they have not so done ir they cannot or will Li WOUld haVA flpim TTinro 4ln 41in - not do it in sixteen years how much longer Si inure catch of our fishermen in Canadian ever had any of the stock Congress came together The Speaker of tho shall we trust them with the power in ordecj ciuu aner me usn were caught and House left his chair and called for an investi Â¬ tnat t t tho end of sixteen maJ d0 it noming about gation That investigation was ordered uuui t 10 say th years they claim that they must be continued J no when swimmimr in The gentlemen who bad published theso unÂ¬ in power four years longer that they may do it TtpTnltlTfr same time i how longshallwe who havo somo connections fortunate cards were put in this dilemma They xed tho country more than flvo millions must either testify that they had not received as to the misconduct of tho party in other reÂ¬ Canadian fishermen any of tho stock directly or indirectly or the u gards as well as in this put up with all tho r against proms mcrooi or men cams woma jmjow other shortcomings of the Republican party i Hi juaxv aeainst tuem turMr Uakes Ames irncv con TTm MtdVT 1 nftnfi anlnniMl u iuii as rcugioo would have Y 7 e Republican partv claim that thevdislrB eluded that a half dozen of them strength I unhesitatingly declare that at tho close 1 a tariff for protection Tho Democratio party down as of reputation enough to swear him he hadnt their names to any paper ouu uiuiug iue penoa oi recon- Â¬ insists as it always has insisted npon a tariff uu Â¬ struction I was ono of thoso who believed for revenue I see no difference between these ho having simply paid them the stock divistringent measures necessary for the protec- Â¬ two claims A tariff for revenue must always dends money and charged it against them on tion of the nowly enfranchised colored citi- Â¬ work incidental protection No tariff will ever his books It was hoped that the investigation zens in the South I was of this opinion in be devised in this country hereafter for any would not bo too loose Mr Ames was impor- Â¬ tuned to say simply that he had not delivered 1876 four years ago and fought tho Presi- Â¬ other purpose than for raising a revenue dential campaign of that year upon that Issue There can bo no fear of any dimmntion of tho any of the stock and the investigation was to only I was in earnest I desired laws to bo revenno raised by the tariff Incidental pro- Â¬ stop there That ho said and said truly but there wero some men npon tho passed that should protect every man every Â¬ tection of our products will bo a necessity if unfortunately where in his rights as a voter and a citizen the Democratic party havo tho power The committee who had personal griefs with somo But the first act as we have seen of Mr interest of the public debt and the expenso of of theso stockholders and they pushed tho in- Â¬ vestigation so closely that these men in their Hayes acquiesced in by his party was to tho Government must bo paid from revenue abandon all possible right of claim of interfer- Â¬ either Internal or tariff and iC ho Democratic testimony were obliged to deny that they had ence in the South in behalf of the negro to partv should cnt down tho revenue from the over received the profit from any stock from remove the few troops mat were there if any tariff it would require more rovenne from in Â¬ Mr Ames which tncydiddo Amoncthcm was were necessary and to take pains to turn over ternal sources to wit whiskey and tobacco to the now Presidential nominee of the Republican party This put Mr Ames in the pre- Â¬ the governments of Louisiana and South Caro- Â¬ which their several States would never assent called upon his company lina to the Democratio party destroying the To those who look as I do upon the qnestion dicament of havmg paid to these gentlemen for dividends to bo governments elected by Republican votes there of the administration of the finances of this which they denied having received Tliat which if they were not dnly and legally Government s one of the most important elected then Mr Hayes himself was not dnly issues of tho day there are still other considera- Â¬ brought Mr Ames to the stand with his mem- Â¬ orandum book and his check book which show ana legany elected xno assertion or me one tions demanding a change of party rule this money had been paid aud in somo cases it T KrlltfVA In f ln VflAnl WWAM fact must be the assertion of the other The 1n w uu iiLuiAi luii on - um v i mi accounts of some of into bc the aB asfrti0noftlrIe0li80fficemustState Govern- - back decided by the Supreme Court to be a was traced who the bank they had never reÂ¬ had sworn these men Bertionof title to the Rennbhcan constitutional currency the beat most eco and then these swearers went ceived any of it ment of Louisiana The denial of the election nomical currency for the I have no of Governor Packard to office was the denial of objection to satisfy thoropeople think it will under who At last this testimony between the Repub Â¬ the election to office of Governor Hayes In- Â¬ make it any better to do it to make the green- Â¬ deed Packard had some half a scoro thousands back redeemable in gold and silver I do not lican nominee and Mr Ames reemed to agree that he had received 320 of Mr Ames But more of a majority than Hayes had think it wise to pile up either gold or silver hi Nothing has been done Nay nothing has the Treasury and lose the interest for that here arose a question of veracity between them The nominee said the money ho had was a sum been attempted to be done to afford protection purpoiWisly I think the bullion might quite that he borrowed of Mr Ames Mr Ames said to the negro in the South or indeed anybody as well fefnain in the mines where it would be it wan a dividend on the Credit Mobilitr stock else there Indeed these States in the South less trouble and a great deal more safe which he had paid him It was agreed that if wero put in condition so that nothing could le Were now a fitting time when anything could it was money borrowed no note w as given for done by the Federal Government Nay all be done upon the question I should be glad to it If it was a dividend on the stock no receipt both white and brack Republicans havo had no act with thoso who would make that the single was given for it Therefore the whole question recognition at the hands of tho Administration issue except the few men who wero engaged in the issue I look upon it also as a Democratic was left aB to the probabilities of what that was the contention of Jackson was false and fraudulent counting of electoral votes whether It government should issue its own money was for Was it a loan or woulditexa Â¬ the Now tho stock dividend dividend in the several States In fact Mr Hayes money for its own uses and for the people or actly amount to 329 That precise snm was a after his experience with them would not ad Â¬ whether tho money should be issued by na- Â¬ very odd amount for one man to borrow of an- Â¬ mit there were enough Republicans honest tional banks I believe it would bo better for other and wanted to make np 330 or nnlw enough to lako the census and his party now the banks themselves not to bo banks of issue he had S21 more and wanted to make 350 are finding fault with the enumeration made and some day thev will find it to bo so If any by his appointees Theso facts are too notori Â¬ bodwill tell mo how lean makemy ideas upon As a rule however impecunious Congressmen do not run as near tho wind as that in thcir ous for comment even much loss denial Am the finance and currency available I shall find Z a friend of tho negro bound to fight another myself busy in that direction I mean to say llnancial transactions The probabilities however most likely led campaign in his behalf as a Republican simply no word of discouragement to those honest and to see him abandoned and myself cheated once enthusiastic men who feel in their duty to sus Â¬ the Republican investigating committee to find that tho nominee did receive the money of more What guarantee have I that General tain tho National party on that single ground Ames as dividends on Credit Mobilier stock Garfield will take a different view of this ques Their votes will be a gallant an honest protest That committee was composed of Hdn Lukf They are both tion from Governor Hayes against what they find wrong in both parties from Ohio and each has been and is a sup-Â¬ upon this qnestion of finance But this elec- Â¬ P Poland of Vermont Hon N P Banks ot Massachusetts Hon George W McCrary ot porter of the other Why aro Republicans to tion presents to mo a practical question only Iowa Hon W m E Niblack of Indiaoaand be deemed to have abandoned their political not a theoretical one I have waited lo these Hon Wm M Merrick of Maryland who reprinciples and gone over to the enemies of tho many years for the pacification of the issues country because wo propose to voto for a growing out of tho war to reach those financial ported in the following words Tho facts in regard to Mr Garfield as Union General for President while Mr Haves and industrial ones Let war questions be set- Â¬ found by the committee aro identical with the who has been the moral and official head of tho tled for good or for evil by tins election then case of Mr Kelley to the point ot reception of Republican party second only to President wo can turn our attention to the financial and tho check for 329 He agreed with Mr Ames wooiseyoi isie canwiui ippiauso appoint a industrial questions which interest us and the to tako ten shares of Credit Mobilier stock but General to a Cabinet orhce Confederate I businws men of the country but not till then did not nay for the same Mr Ames received fail to see any distinction between the two acta The Republican party is pledged to the present eighty percent dividends in bonds and in any aspect save that we are going to yoU system of finance As long aa it is in power it the thpm fnr ninftfr wvrftn Tvr mt anil alfio Rnlri for a creat General and Haves anDointod a lit musf i e me buruen slave or capital with received the sixty ncr cent cash dividends tle one Sow then it is because I am Afnftiifll ars iudemcut nor conscience of 1 which together paid the pricqf the stock ani Of tHfl I rigjtscaiua iiMurTto ih Democraucand National -him it is bevduso I desire to do all that in mo warpsla overto Mr Garfield by a check on the fcuch correction and amendments of sergeant-at-arm- s lies to aid him in the difficult position in which ana jit uarneia men under Â¬ ourtmancial system as enlightened experience stood this sum was the balance ot dividends he Is placed by me attainment so unprepared of his citizenship that I now propose to act and conservative patriotism shall show in future after paying for the stock with the Democratic party They at least can to be necessary There the matter rested save that the House Thus far I have examined the difference be Â¬ in a spasm of virtue censured Ames protect him and I behevo will so do giving tween avowed principles and the practical ac-Â¬ stock to members to influence their for but votes The industrial condition of tho South shows tion of the two parties upon the great ques Â¬ forgot to censure the Representatives and Sena that the negro necessary as a laborer must be tions that concern this election If there were protected and will be as soon as political an Â¬ no more should have no doubt of my duty as tow for receiving it as a Dribe perhaps because I thcrb was so many cf them who did tagonisms die out The negro has since his a citizen and a well wisher of my country I believe most of the gentlemen of that com- Â¬ freedom disappointed both friend and foe in But there is still more I have already said mittee now say that there was nothing to imÂ¬ First it was believed that he two regards the Constitution would not labor as a free man yet tho South that for four years practical workings of the peach the integrity of the nominee of the Re Â¬ trusts publican party in receiving that stock I agree United States in its has never raised by hundreds of thousands almost unlimited power to the President of the with them I do not think there was any harm so many bales of cotton as tho present He can do much in that in anybodys receiving the stock from Mr United States year with I took that Again it was believed mat he wonli not tire with patriotic purposes to so strength Ames under the circumstances conduct and determination of character multiply without a master to preserve and pro- Â¬ tho affairs of the United States as to conduce to ground before the House in 1873 I have seen opinion All the mem- Â¬ no occasion to alter my tect his offspring But It tbo returns of tho bers who frankly testified before tho committee Republican appointed census officers are to be thovtability of its government tho prosperity taken he has shown such increase in popula Â¬ of its people and tbo thorough protection of that they had received tho stock received no all the rishts of its citizens This I believe to censure from the committee or from the coun- Â¬ tion as has always been deemed by statisticians the highest evidence of happy homes and a be within the power of any man fitted to bc try President with all the attributes which make a But that is not tho point of my objection prosperous people statesman and a leader which I am trying to make plain Having taken Believing as I do that with the election of A HEFOIUIEB OAEFIELD AS the money as a dividend for says the proverb General Hancock race collision will be at an it is no worse to eat the devil than to drink his As we have seen the Republican party in a end knowing as I do that he has the execu- Â¬ my ideal of a President would not broth tive power determination and steadfastness in long series of years of power have necessarily right that never has faltered I think I can become corrupt It is only saying that they have deniedisitnot without parallel in the history The case trust him to see that the promise of his letter havo followed the necessary logical results from not able to withstand the pressure of of acceptance that the Thirteenth Fourteenth long use of power Abuses will creep into an of menopinion public shall be car- Â¬ admiLlstrabon and must be worked out Has and Fifteenth amendments Peter when he got amongst the servants and ried out in their letter and spirit is fulfilled tho Ri publican Convention given us for its can- Â¬ his Mas- Â¬ of the High Priests I freely confess to you that I desire to be in didate one who can correct these abuses who retainers times over and curseddeniedswore to it ter three and Â¬ such relations of political kindness and courcan command his party shaping its policy tesy with the Democratic party that I maybe Change the officials of the present administra- Â¬ until the cock crew shame on him and then he wept bitterly But then I permitted to point out in behalf of the colored tion largely filled from his own Stato and upon went out and Has he shown him Â¬ should not have voted for Peter as a President men what I deem would be for the best inter- Â¬ his own recommendation to stand up in a crisis Should have preferred ests of all and what I doubt not will be their self so able to resist temptation so steadfast to his opinions so willing to accept the conse-- one of the other disciples even the doubting wish to do in his behalf uences of his acts so little likely to be swerved Thomas who stood by his Master after he was But of ono thing I am certain that I cannot be more powerless for good to the colored race rom tho path that his judgment has convinced convinced The thing I this matter under General Hancock tho Democratio party him to be the best that at this time in this partly because most regret aboutall this trouble it has caused me hdlding the Government than I have been and crisis of affairs whon according to his own is that tho nominee should have delayed his party press there is almost an Augean stable every other friend of the colored men has been defense transmitted from a former Administration to which which he issued in pamphlet form in under the administration of R B Hayes Mr Ames is accused of untruthfulness be cleaned out when it would seem to be in his testimony until after Oakes Ames eyes PBESKTr PEOSrEBITT agreed that all men that had anything to do were closed in death and the honest tongue The only other reason given why the Re Â¬ with the counting of the votes in Louisiana cr which would have repelled the slander was si- Â¬ publican party should be continued in power participation in those infamous wrongs should lent forever is the present prosperity of the country which out to give place to other and wor- Â¬ be turned THE SALARY ORAD they do not explain how is due to the legisla- Â¬ thier men that he will do this Have these tion or administration of the Republican party Upon this question whether the Republican Louisiana and other office holders no hold npon and tenable one Is this claim a just him Quite as much as upon Mr Hayes from nominee for President has the courage and de- Â¬ Is not the exact contrary the fact that quite whom they forced their appointments The termined manhood to stand by his own con- Â¬ every business that could be affected by legisla Â¬ Republican nominee was in New Orleans super- Â¬ victions regardless of pnblic clamor I take tion or administration is not now prosperous intending the count and preparing returns leave to call to mind another public matter in Every business that could not be affected by either hoodwinked or particept charitable to which I was Bomewhat personally concerned I legislation or administration is prosperous believe the first But if he disturbs these men refer to the increase of salary bill called by The Almighty in his beneficence to us has sent in office who made the count wont they prove some of tho virtuous Republican papers the ns the largest crops of all kinds of provisious upon him that it was the last Can he escape back pay steal which according to the custom of all parliamentary bodies on like occasions for a series of years wo ever enjoyed and at their toils The nominee at Chicago was mado retroactive the same time also provided a market for the Â¬ Has he shown when involved in other accusawas on the Committee on Appropriations and surplus of thoso crops amounting in a singl tions such courage of conviction and such although tho bill for increased salary was reItem to nearly 200000000 bushels of wheat in Europe by the failure of tho harvest there willingness to stand by his acts and brave con ported by me as an amendment to tho Appro Â¬ priation bill I never had any reaaou to fear hi Had the Republican party anything to do with sequonceSjas to givo anv lioneto the country opposition to its passage through the House that Yet tho agricultural prosperity is claimed or PspsCtaMon or beUerthafhoTsfitto govern mind that for that party Tho balance of trade in our Having satisfied myparty which there is nothing As he might have been opposed to it I do not would cause me say that ho was not but his opposition made favor was due to that excess of export over im- Â¬ in the action of the in port Is that duo to the Republican adminis Â¬ to support it I do not hndto its candidate such no such impression upon me that lean remem- Â¬ tho party for tration aualities as to require me do take propose to en- Â¬ ber it After the bill became a law he did ex- Â¬ not of the leader I actly what he had a right to do and ought to The fact that nearly 6000000 bales of cotton have been raised in the South this year largely ter into a discussion of the personal character hav done He took his back pay appropriated bv the labor of the colored man in that dnn to of the nominee of the Republican party or his for him by Congress The bill was passed to except so far as they bear upon the ques-Â¬ meet exactly such cases as his men who had the Republican party They admit they havo acts no legitimate lucrative profession and no not and declare they could not interfere with tions I have indicated There is one matter however that I wish I largo private fortune and who could not with- Â¬ them for the past four years might bo permitted not to touch upon and if out making such sacrifices as they ought not to They have the audacity to claim in the Chi- Â¬ make remain in Congress having families to cago platform that tho Republican party hag it had concerned the canvass alone I should raised the valuo of our paper currency from have passed it by in silence But as the deÂ¬ support upon the salary they were receiving Â¬ Ana they ought not to do so It exposed them thirty eight cents to par hi gold They forgot fense of the Republican candidate by Repubto temptations Soon after a newspaper to tell us under what legislation the greenback lican orators and newspapers has degenerated into an attack upon a friend of mine valued storm arose every man was attacked who had was brought down from par in gold to thirty and loed long since deceased I must do what the steadfastness to Btand by what bo thoucht eight cents theso attacks tho nominee I may to vindicato his memory at whatever Is it not the fact that while tho reduction cost I should not be mvself if did not Dic was right Under not stand the pressure He wilted He could from par in gold to thirty eight cents went on tates of personal friendship of Ilovo of justice paid back into the Treasury the increased sal Â¬ a reduction the effect of the war wo had the standing to the right all com- Â¬ ary which he had drawn out If he ought to as largest prosperity and while it was being raised pel to that end right I seethe have done that because he was not entitled to from thirty eight cents to par in gold by their it of course if elcctol President he will never THE CBEDIT ilOBIUEIU legislation we had a scries of business depres- Â¬ Â¬ Mr Oakcs Ames of Massachusetts was draw 25000 a year additional salary as Presi Â¬ sions and reverses which brought men and dent which was passed in the same bill es communities to tho very vergo of universal my personal friend I knew him to bo an hon bankruptcy a crisis through which we have tft upright patriotic self satrifidng man He pecially as he voted to put back his own salary member of passed and from which wo aro now reviving had undertaken a great cmerprise of very as What surety Congress whero it was before have I if I support him when since tho Republican party lost their power of doubtful success Tlie Union Pacific Railroad his party that cry of Does that party claim that bank Â¬ Company had been chartered by Congress It this negro thu stain art wing of now so loudly legislation must bo protected rupt stato of business as a trophy of their leg- Â¬ had been given great privileges and groat sub-Â¬ the islation It indeed was from an act of legi- Â¬ sidies as they aftcywards turned out to bc raised is hushed after tho election and the newspapers slationthe resumption act the prosperity was These wero subjects at any time to be at- Â¬ over righteous have insisted of the party insist that nothing shall as they beforo from an act of God the crops tacked in Congress by any set of designing by his administration for the protec- Â¬ But citizens of Massachusetts let us consider unscrupulous men who should attempt to levy be donethe negro that their President will have tion of affairs a littlo nearer home with wliich wo aro blackmail upon its management Mr Ames to stand up and do better acquainted Beforo tho advent of the himself might not bo there to defend it NoÂ¬ courage now claimed against that clamor protect to be right and so what is Republican party into power every river and body might take any interest in that defense will Indeed I much fear that harbor on our coast was engaged in ship build- Â¬ He wanted no further legislation in its aid Ho the negro up to this issue of tho campaignhe upon ing It was a vast and successful industry only wanted that it should not be exposed as not stand is to he elected if elected at all in which ho Now there is not a single ship being bnilt in everything else with which tho Government any eent for I find that in tho House of Rep- Â¬ Massachusetts and hardly a half score of small- Â¬ has anything to do is to be preved upon by resentatives he mado a declaration npon this those who under the namo of lobbyists and question taking precisely the same position er craft Under Republican rulo our commerce has by connection more or less with newspa Â¬ which I take to day These are his words The man who attempts to get np a political beeu swept from the sea We have bnt a single pers make their living by preying on business line of steamships bearing our flag on tho At- Â¬ enterprises within tho power of Congress excitement in this country on the old sectional lantic and another on the Pacific ocean to do Sir Ames therefore sought to interest lead-Â¬ issues will find himself without a party and all our freighting by steam A Republican ad- Â¬ ing members of Congress in his enterprise by without a Bupport ministration has giveii up our trade with South selling them shares of btock in tho construc- Â¬ But the am auce leaders of his party seeing America Tho American flag is hardly seen on tion company of his road Sanguine in its tho necessity of a war cry havo mado the sec- Â¬ ultimately tho ocean Tho port of Boston has not suffi- Â¬ success where men wero willing to tional issue that ot tho campaign directly in cient foreign commcrco to give a decent support bccomeVvnirs of tho stock ho promised to contravention of their candidates words If iu ius biuou jmub iutcc uosum is losing lis ini- - carry it for them anil so sanguine that lie their nominee was com meed in his own mind promised to guarantee them ten per cent on if he will gho up that judgment now for the rablicau legislation and administration Its tlie investment Ho offered to goino half score sake of an election what surity havo I that he standard insuranco company can find scarcely of his associates in tho Houso aud Senate por- Â¬ wont return to it again after the pressure is re-Â¬ He as tions of his stock They took it It was profit- Â¬ lieved from him and ho is elected more mariuo risU than enou gh to jay iu offic well as Hayes may change on this question rent All these facts the merchant of Boston able They took the profits When the election of 1873 came on an at I I can not do it so readily who lit around me know And yet it is pro- - Slter UKgX tWJl F wcTed to iii m W lSZSn u tack was made npon theso men who took tho t some papers showing the facta from a lawyers otnee and with characteristic enterprise mrlA UB0 to be taowfaK we th2wlcJL J J m HV G UUBU SbUVUMil BWHU 1 fd isi r7iiil1 tti niiSJ aimt 180aMu to- - ct rmnylaA nml twiaTvl mk- hfijl ltfl i wi uk TTurfrli uruuraijiuntturecnu nominatedj fr uitiu- - r Ttw natj who inSia publio life has held4 many counterpart in the narrowed and stunted wherein mind makes two eenta of SghT ana e retotu of show tne an IaifBee where ho has ever shrunk tone and a liberal man maKes a shilling from anw duty rRrivfti painful when it was of it i ma anty u i lub urm j nrroE M imuerstoouv it J never tmt rfnrfo act of his even criticised ad feat in my judgment re-- a constant struggle against imriaws oi dmrnda to hia OBlJtK- - Hanad what all acreo nature to have bcearbif4 unpleasant dnty tho I v nll ra1rwfr laTA a -- OilAliU UIAUO IL carrying into il UMUaUlviuv I CTTClber iniiTiiMiiiiini niw isiuvjj nauc At- mw 9 kuiui KUKO n ill mo wo his command do more than ex- - i Surratt I press thee v tjrmcirjTe f mora riT le as there e in Congress in -- r jferjL great people f JUi KJUj Jkj for a moment Turn your wakfeBon Is ft au-i thsH difficttUy He who agrees with himself agrees with others FoKTtwri does not change men it nn- masks them they The force of ideas are voted down These aro two ways of pleasing to nmnse and to interest I coxqceb provinces bnt Josephine wins hearts jfrapolcon The landscape like a veil over beantys breast iuglitera tiie cuarm v nan cuu- - Gbeat things are obtained with great isnerepfil f L - w positioofrnsibiKtv mS rtUS2 asd m lttf HX i- -- LIZ ir 1868-r-tlM- tl ii him but wh7ii Inxl displayvre gnageof onr own poet Whittier he sounded 0 UUNCilO the deep bass of dnty done doing the thing tha t he ought to have done however abhorent to his Theke are few occasions when ceremony feelings The least said about the case of Mrs may not bo easily dispensed with kind Â¬ Surratt by the Republicans ths better for that ness never party It was a grievous mistake the outcome is good in a fever and much better of the aroused passions of men under the ex- Â¬ citement after tho most horrible murder of in anger to have the tongue kept clean Abraham Lincoln President of tho United and smootli States The human mind is like an inebriate Whenever he has been called npon to act our prop it on one side and it candidate has shown that ho determined for on horseback himself wisely and a rted upon that determina- Â¬ falls on tho other tion and has no step to retrace no act to Tore creeps toward ns with folded apologise ior no snauow oi turning when tis past ns its wings S anv one desires to read his mind and If search out tho springs of his action let him seem to nap with speed read that most admirable letter to Gen Shcr- - t Tjie raven is like the slanderer seek- man upon the unhappy condition of affairs ing carrion to feed upon and delighted arising out oi me rxesiuenui eiucuuu ui ioiv Written in the confidence aud under the seal of when a feast is found Taking a penny that does not belong private correspondence it exhibits Gen Han- Â¬ cocks innermost thought as tho obedient to one removes the barrier between in- Â¬ soldier within the line where obedience was tegrity and rascality duty tho analytical statesman who guided himself by research into the language and All joys do not cause laughter great principles of the Constitution taking mat for pleasures are serious pleasures of love Lis guide and evincing a determination not to do not make us laugh rcccdo one hair from its mandate nor step one A teak of pleasure passes like a float- Â¬ inch beyond its provisions under whatever ing breeze but a moment of misfortune stress or pressure Every word might weU be written to day seems an age of pain under the light of all that is past and would Le Let everyone sweep the drift from equally sound after the event as it was pro Â¬ his own door and not busy himself about phetically right before the event Such is ourlcader Men of Massachusetts the frost on his neighbors tiles have now the golden opportunity to put The activity and soundness of a mans Sou destinies of the country under the guidance actions will be determined by the activity his firm hand stronir will matnre judgment of loyalty to the Union for which he battled ana and soundness of his thoughts fidelity to its Constitution which he has ever is safer to affront some people than made the guide of his action oblige them for the better a man de-Â¬ At the conclusion ot the speech the meeting to adjourned with threo rousing cheers for Han Â¬ serves the worse they will speak of him cock and English followed by a round of Never join with your friend when ho similar applause for Gen Butler abuses his horse or his wife unless the irn fnI mcrcould not be in Zaleh Ar SSFjratoeHonomoro LijSin-asBarj4 -ir lly thaTtiu SI i fln fiw isnw rj isrf -- - TMiSHF taifcyjsgjijBg Uu3bitieKairavA mT r It bt It one is about to be sold and the other to senr jmnn lffoi He Forgot the Bnllet It is bnt seldom that the comic cle- ment enters into attempts at suicide A diverting exception to this general rule is afforded by the suicidal enter- Â¬ prise of a Hungarian engineer resident at Temesvar who being a steadfast voÂ¬ tary of Bacchus had drunk himself into so unsatisfactory a state of mind that a few days ago he determined to put an end to his existence Having provided himself with a pistol and locked him- Â¬ self up in a private room of a hotel in the town wliich anartment he had spec ially hired for the purpose he pressed tho mnzzle of the weitpon wn luxast roiiwHcd tUi tngtrer tlie Uav exprosjorriollowed and the would be sui Â¬ cide fell to the ground where he lay paÂ¬ tiently for several minutes waiting for death Dissolution however failing to set in as promptly as he had expected he presently arose left the hotel and walked home with a view to dying com- Â¬ fortably in his own apartment A little later on perplexed by his unaccountable vitality he sent for a surgeon to examine the wound Beyond a slight scorching of the skin no injury could be detected and while the surgeon was vainly search Â¬ ing for a mortal hurt his patient anx Â¬ iously inquired where the bullet had lodged was the reply iancy that you must have forgotten to put it irito the pistol Givo me my waist- Â¬ coat ejaculated the intended self slayer and sure enough safely ensconced in the watch pocket of that garment was found the missile with which he had de- Â¬ signed to extinguish his vital spark Since this discovery he has quitted Temesvar in which town he found that his rash attempt to kill himself with a charge of powder and a wad had ren- Â¬ dered him the object of more public notice attended by uncontrollable hi Â¬ larity than was altogether agreeable to b buried To despond is to bo ungrateful before Â¬ hand Be not looking for evil Often thou drainest the gall of fear while evil is passing thy dwelling A mans yes and no so his character A prompt yes or no marks the fine the quick the decided character and a slow the cautious or timid The man or woman whom excessive caution holds back from striking the anÂ¬ vil with the earnest endeavor is poor and cowardly of purpose What would be the state of the of lifa if we did not drive onr jA2i3HJnkler through them with high--wavs i I 1 f I valve open sometimes A man need only correct himself with the same rigor that he reprehends others and excuse others with the same indul- Â¬ gence that he shows to himself The greatness of a victory may bo estimated from the severity of the con- Â¬ flict A man never has to struggle more desperately than to overcome self Tho only truo way to deliver another is to be thoroughly delivered myself so long as I am in the fire it is quite impos- Â¬ sible for me to pluckanother out of it We must get at the heart of the people if we would know what is best for the government It is the breath of tho people that purifies the blood of the L -- him London Tclcpravh Alabama Arizona Arkansas CaUfomia Colorado Connecticut Dakota Delaware Florida Georgia XuaQO Internal EeTenne The following table shows the amount of internal revenue collected during the fiscal year which ended June 30 1880 nation Words Deep feeling is contagious poured forth from burning hearts are sure to kindle the hearts of others Hearts that can stand everything else are often melted by a tear Let the Tienrt palpitate in every line and bum in every word If you hope for what is reasonable and then work you will probably get it Bnt if you expect the impossible like the man who wanted to bny a pair of spectacles with which to get a of the city you are bound to be disap- Â¬ pointed birds-eye-vie- Indiana Illinois Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland MaesachOKti Michigan Minnesota MiMiulppi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New HanirehirgNew XOTaa North Carolina Ohio Oregon Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Ve Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total 7ew3ereeyAr New JtlexlcOa - 1 - -- - PennsjTania - Hocking StoBes Scattered over certain portions of the 135830 British Isles and here and therein other 26984 126080 parts of the world may be found masses 2783634 of detached rock often of great size 16S2S9 narrow base that 461180 poised so nicely on a 41653 they move to and fro under very slight 304398 pressure and known in Great Britain by 204590 Logan or Booking 322071 the name of moo5 Btones In some cases the action of the 23033614 wind alone is sufficient to set them in 6213636 o4oiJ motion Formerly theso stones from 232734 their peculiar characteristics were con- Â¬ sasyH4 sidered to be the work of human hands 712019 76767 and wero classed among Druidic re- Â¬ 2193957 mains the common belief being that 2613633 they were connected with the religious 1611737 364639 rites and ceremonies of the Druids 91233 One of the alwurd beliefs was that if a 5419651 33714 Bnpposed culprit was brought to a rockÂ¬ 912734 ing stone his guilt or innocence would 60455 if guilty the W139 be at once proclaimed 407807 rstone would vibrate on bis approach by 31850 1wUom unseen power while on the other nana 2S40O6 his innocence wonld be proved by its 8018998 An opposite be- Â¬ 76981 remaining stationary 6869930 liefthat the stone would rock at 210883 the slightest touch of those pure at heart 111000 but would withstand even a gianVs 1003735 J33106 power when exerted by the guilty is thus well expressed by the poet Mason oUf54w -- 5781403 27018 370673 2698516 15947 116818219 The First Life Boat Tho first life boat of which there is any record was designed in 1784 by a Mr Lukin a coach builder in London and strange to say a native of an inÂ¬ He chiefly aimed at makÂ¬ land town ing an unsinkable boat or as he termed it an unimmergible boat This he accomplished by attaching a considera- Â¬ ble amount of cork outside the boat above water and by constructing inside tho boat a series of water tight spaces or compartments The volume to wliich water could find access if the sea broke over tlie boat was thus reduced considerably and the buoyancy of tho cork belt helped to keep the boat afloat An iron if she were thus swamped keel was fitted to increase the stability The plan of construction was sound so far as it went although fnr inferior to that now adopted and it is a matter of regret that only ono boat onLnkins plan was placed on tlie coast These beliefs like many others con Â¬ nected with the so called cromlechs and other remains are however exploded and it is now very generally agreed that rocking stones are not works of art but the result of natural causes Chambers Beyond jou huce And unhewn xpbere of llTinc a Jamant Which rohe 1 by magic rests iu central weight it seems On yonder pointed rok firm Such is its strange an 1 Tirtuom property It rao res obsequious to the gentlest touch OI him whose heart is pure but to a trdtor a giants prowess nerred his arm Tho2gh It stands as fixed as Snowdon I v u en Journal of Health Upon Circulation Perfect health depends upon perfect Every living thing tnat has circulation the latter has the former Put your hand under your dress upon your body Now place it upon your arm If you find the body over ninety degrees and your arm under sixty degrees you have lost the equDibrium The head has too much blood producing headache or the chest too much producing cough rapid breathing pain in the side or pal Â¬ pitation of the heart or the stomach too much producing indigestion Any or all of these difficulties are temporarily Kino Louis of Bavaria has contracted relieved by immersion of the hands or a mania of fondness for Bismarck his feet in hot water and permanentlv re- Â¬ former animosity having passed away lieved by such dress and exercise o tho but tlie other German sovereigns hate extremities as will make the derivation the iron Chancellor as much as ever for permanent having wiped out their petty courts Dependence Â¬ The White House is tile floor imported from England i oing to have a I A company with ft capital of 25000 has been formed in Paris to buy land in Canada 000 it v J mKstsz33aLmmiuLMmJtxuLmlmxm DrBRinBlCXRinC93nnCSVrnCVail9RR THE HICKMAN COURIER Itfi a -- r- - i n 5 J11CK31AN w akres KENTUCKY Wcrtcn Orrirt llclnie Iiuilding Clinton Street tic 7f OUftlXevtpnprrin eye Q Erce Warren Editor of Stiattcriplion 2 OCT S FRIDAY 1880 for piiksidest WINFIELS SCOTT HANCOCK of 1cnnsjlrauia FOR VICK W H PREIPEhT ENGLISH of Indiana IILECTOBili TICKET TOR THE STATE AT LARGE Thorns L Jones of Campbell A E Ilichards of Jefferson 1st 2nd mc DISTRICT ELECTORS James D Wni A T fitjcTottortJavicss jiJ3alIard a r NstBSBassssssssswHsaxjl ra fi Uwens oTScott C SauSey of Lincoln itth Joseph Gtrdner of Magoffin 10th F L Cleavctaad of Hrucacn fifh M BrtiJimeW- - BrflfcKofXelHwa th--- w The New York Herald after a care Kill go Democratio by D evens ex fal review of tbo situation in Indiana tajs that State a decisive majority Attorney General Â¬ presses great anxiety over the political situation in Massachusetts He says there is great danger that the Repub licans will lose the State The Railroad Commissioners of this State have increased the taxable rate on railroads just ten million dollars over former years which will swell our State revenue considerably Hates proposes to follow the example of Grant and make a trip around the world as soon as he finishes draw ing Mr Tildens Balary Wonder if Le expects such an ovation as Grant received upon his return Â¬ The news from Illinois is of a very encouraging character In all parts of the State the Democrats are reported enthusiastic andVthcre are large and constant cains from the Republican Evarywhere throughout the party State the Democrats are wide awake and hard at work and their work will be felt in November The National anti war League has been in cession in Washington City tbisweek We wish they would turn their batteries loose on the Tennessee warring Democrats If nothing else trill answer treat the leaders like the English ditLmMniM poys shoot them out themoHTSt a good sized cannon The proposition to withdraw Gar fieid to substitute Grant and have the electors appointed by the Legislatures is not an idle thought of a newspaper correspondent it is a plain prosj revo Â¬ lutionary reality whiob will come to the light with all its revolutionary por tents if the October elections show that Garfield cannot be eleoted It presa ges trouble and an abundance of it Â¬ the Democratio party at the next presidential election will have one good effect at least It will fill up and bridge over the bloody chasm the Republican party has open- Â¬ ed and is still endeavoring to keep open between the North and South The bloody shirt will be furled and laid aside and then indeed there will be politically no North no South no East no West but oneharmonioas union of our whole country of The Mavfield Democrat thinks that Ben Butler can tell the truth when he desires to do so While we hare great faithin tbe power of human will we yet cannot agree with our contemporary on that score Fullon Fullonian Well really we do begin to doubt whether old Ben had as much to do with that spoon business or not as used to be charged At any rate he can 6ay and is saying some mighty The triumph good things lately and for the present as we know he is now engaged in a good battle lets shut our ryes to the past and watch the effect of his hot Ehot on the enemy A One of the most astonishing fact of this year was the landiug of two cargoes of American wheat in Russia Heretofore southern Russia has raised Much a surplus of cereals as to bupply ra large share of the outside demands but Ibis year there was not enough grain to supply the northern districts at prices which could compete with American wheat bene the importation America is astonishing Europeans more every year The United States uow Fends cutlery to Sheffield wheat to all Europe and competes in natural and - manufactured products for the trade of the whole world -- All the advices from New York are extremely flattering lor the Democrats uThc Democratic managers put their estimate of Hancocks majority in the State at a figure somewhat beyond 50 000 They figure the Democratic majority in New York City at C000O in Brooklyn from 2U0UU to 25000 Queens county 2500 Richmond 1000 Rockland 1000 Westchester 2500 Orange 2000 Greene 2 000 Sulli- Â¬ van 1500 Schohaire 2000 Albany 2500 At Albany tho Republicans oi the interior will be met by a solid Democratic majority of 100000 aud it will be extremely difficult for them to meet it viih a majority of 50000 from the interior counties where Ley have to make up ho vote by driblet rtsere through binull hamlets A f ale t timate tor Hancock is 50000 jDnjoriiy it the itale Jiciv torti fcively Postmaster Gen Maynard left Wasfi August Belmont at the New York Democratic meeting QIeio a ington for Indiana Sunday night for and decided that a 6pecia local act of Republican press aud speakers duty This makes the entire political The Next Tuesday the elections occur in legislative assembly is not repealed by Cabinet of President ayes on the finding it impossible to assail the Indiana and Ohio and the result set a subicqueut general act unless it is stump character and tho great moral and intics iiica urably the greatest political so stipulated in epeciOc terms or un Â¬ tellectual qualifications of Gen Han Apatity struggle that has been fought on the less the two acts are 50 inconsistent that both cannot continue in force There have been fewer Democratic cock and being equally reduced to si American continent Each Prct iden flic case was 00 the question of juriss speeches made in western Kentucky in lence by the sound national and prottal year the fight in these October diction the court holdiug with the the present Presidential canvass than gressive principles of our plat form States 133 been hot and fiorce but counsel for the defence that jurisdic- in any since the war and tho conse- Â¬ are trying now to frighten the Ameri Â¬ If the can voter by conjuring up visions of never in their history has the Dglil tion in such cyses had bceu confided quence is there is much apathy by the JjCfM luture to the city court people dont wake up there will not be calamities and ruin which would over been so stubborn and bitter as the alone and the power in legislating iu so largo a vote polled as in 1876 take tho country if instead of Mr present For the past sis weeks from reference to Sunday so far as Louis Garfield Gen Hancock the Lonorablo Princeton Bauuer ono hundred to two hundred Democrat gentleman soldier and statesman ville is concerned to the city council should receive the suffrages of free and Has the Call daily in From thix decision an appeal will be ic speeches have been made HancorU taken to the higher courts So tar Washington Special to the Cincinnati enlightened citizens Indiana and equally as tnauy llcpub Enquirer This same game was attempted in the Suuday gardens theatres and sa lican speeches The men women and loons are ahead both iu Louisville aud The sporting men in this city say 1876 when after tho October eleo childreu have quit everything and gono Cincinnati thst but few even bets can be had on tions in Indiana a leading Republican out electioneering shoutin and hur the result of the Presidential election evening paper published a telegram Capital Moling Westward stating that the and that odds in favor of the Demo- Krom Washington raing for their side The same state In a special to the St Louis Chron crats aie asking in Indiana Among Treasury Department bad received ad of excitement exists in Ohio though tho call and vices from England to the effect that it does seem to us that Indiana if pos iclo it is asserted that Chicago is grow the betters Hancock has tho probability of Mr Tildens election even bets on Garfield aro sought ing faster than ever beforo and bids aible ia the hottest The reason for had stopped the sales of our Federal this inteofe extreme exeitetnent U fair to bo the largest city in the United 329 bonds in London and put a virtual end The figures 329 aro mystcrioun1 to the progress of tho funding opera because of the vast importance which States in less than t venty years There 1 at once is one reasoj for this growth not often making their appearance in all t tions of our Government the two great political ptrties attach to referred to For years it has been cities 00 the fences bilUposter boarlsV declared this a base fabrication and SBSt ftlA DKtinno in hdo vuo u lunaciHiaiuata riii xuc denounced the reckless partisan spirit luviueoi mai wuuin mo present gener on tnc Miles ot houses on tne ao rJ in Indiana Ohio Illinois Pennsyl which could trifle with the nations V1 P li ooutra F must move mill tlm jmtgrn States and credit for selfish party purposes and I lejand the streiTgTof tfiotwo Wlnn TTCstward and acting upntr tlilcTflP stated then what 1 repeat here now parties is so close that each have fears vicuon persous 01 large capital nave everywuete tne eyeTurns it this mystic sign 329 Strange to that the success of tho Republican or hopes and doubts and the least slip been moving westward where they could invest their means and overlook say 3329 is the exact amount Garfield Democratio candidato would not any or relaxation may givo the victory to the results instead of- - trusting to received from Oakes Ames as the bal- Â¬ mors affect the intrinsic and market the other side agents as on past years Of thi class ance of his dividends on the Credit vtluo of our bonds than the advent of a Conservativs or Liberal Mioistry in If tho Democrats should carry both although St Louis is a better location Mobilier stcok England would jeoparadize the securi- Â¬ Indiana and Ohio Hancocks triumph for such investments and offers greater nitural inducements yet from the Big Dernocrntlc Contributions ty of English consols For making ant election in November will be an Tbo Democrats elated by their sup this asstrtion and for proving that no greater similarity between Chicago and easy walk over and the Republicans eastern cities Chicago has thus far posed victor in Maine wore moved to such information had been received by will generally so recognize gained the greater share As this rush to the front with their monuey tho Treasury Department from the If on the contrary the Republicans ohange of capital goes on however and right liberally have some of your syndicate which had the sale of onr shall carry both States the olection ol the Missisippi valley will sooner or Cincinnati wealthy Democrats shelled bonds in England in charge I was honOn last Wednesday Mr Theo ored by the attacks of two distinguish- Â¬ Garfield in November will virtually be later receivo a fair recognition espe- out cially after the presidential election is dore Cook one of our wealthy oitizeos ed Republican leaders who tried conceded for thera would only be a over and those capitalists who invest visited Columbus with a contribution to belittle the untarnished good faith hopeless fight against him in Novem Â¬ in St Louis and the valley cities will of 525000 furnished in five equal and credit of our country the oue since in after years regard with pleasure the amounts by himself Thomas Sherlock holding the first place in the Cabinet ber W S Groesback George Hoadley of the Present Administration and the We know that either party be the results of their superior judgment and one pther gentleman of whose other rewarded for bis services in Lou Â¬ i result as it may will attempt to rally isiana by the mission to Russia 2bw name I am not quite a nre Penally on Offlccrfl and attempt to give plausible figures Frankfort Yeoman This money is to be expended in the far I was wrong and they were right to show that the fight is not entirely Judge French our newly elected First Second Third and Fourth Conn was conclusively proven not only by lost but it would be a forlorn hoge to Common Pleas Judge has already ren Â¬ gressional districts Wealthy Demo- the undeniable fact that neither the dered his name known and honored crats of other portions of the State Secretary of the Treasury nor any either throughout the whole country by a are expected to make corresponding member of the syndicate has received Our opinion is that Indiana will go decision made in Lexington on Friday contributions and thus the State is to any such information as published in Democratio and that Ohio will go He- last Hon William Browne of Jos be carried for Hancock and English the Evening Post and vouched for iu publican This would leave both par samine county brought suit against and the Democrats ara to be elected speech and letter by that truthful and in splendid fighting spirits for the Watt Young sr of Fayetto county from the four close districts named distinguished visiting statesman and tics diplomate Mr Stoughton who was as for November struggle But while it don service rendered in securing a pr for his son from President Hayes IVeiv Yorli sale by 50000 reliable in this and the returns of Lou Â¬ would leave both parties with Lope it The young man isiana as he was subsequently in bis had been sentenced to New York Sun certainly would leave the Democratic a term in the Joliet peniteutiaty for dispatches to the State Department Tho supporters of Gen Hancock He was pardoned by outside of New York need feel no aps abont the happy and contented Rus- Â¬ party the more confident and exultant counterfeiting and we should look forward to Han- Â¬ tho Preidcut Judge French would prehension on that subject There is sian peeple and their filial love for not permit the case to go to the jury a settled purpose amoug the voters of their benevolent ruler bat also and cocks election with almost certain that is much to the purpose by the and dismissed the petition holding this btato to rebuke in a signal man fact that upon the actual election of It would show that there was no Solid that it was contrary to sound public ner the great fraud of 187G and to Mr Tildon accepted and conceded by North confronting a Solid South policy to permit a recovery at law for stamp their disapprobation of this un- Â¬ Mr Hayes himself on the night of the and that tho Democratic Northern services of that kiud precedented crime upon tbo brow of election our Government bonds were By the General Statutes of Ken James A Garfield one of States New York New Jersey and its perpetra- Â¬ tncky any officer of tho State member tors This alone would be a sufficient purchased here and in London in large Connecticut were likely to stand with of sums at fully as high prices as they the General Assembly or officer Indiana and possibly some others thereof who shall for fee reward or motivo for inspiring theDemooracy to had fetched before that event put forth its best exertions to deliver now counted ns doubtful Next Tues promise thereof engage or assist in the the State out of the hands of tho ReHomo Campaign Iotuls prosecution or in procuring the allow- publicans day will tell the tale But there are still other Waihingtan Post ance or payment of any claim against considerations that give assurance of the State or in procuring a pardon or victory With perfect concord in the The Democrats oan lose Indiana in Sokcs remission of a fine or the refusal of ranks Oetobcr and yet carry the country for U2- Hon inos Li Jones ouu eittitT bjnbljiouoii3Vuriihcpn 4 tTnnSK of the Democracy wi trt Hcakkjn liovcmbcr New Ycjjc oandHiita TTvnw7f4g Haucock electors for the State at large aity ol a nnc ol not less than twenty ona uonnecticux represent branches of the party rally wi tnr l new jersey and one of Kentuckys most gifted dollars and forfeits his office and right siasm anu witn an opposing candtuate fifty electoral votes which added to It is well enough to for President far less acceptable to the one hundred and thirty eight to be sons and finest orators is advertised to to hold office leaders than expected from the South give a maspeak at Hickman on the 20th of this have the popular mind refreshed by powerful Republican such sound moral and legal decisions Hayes was in the campaign of 187G jority of seven in the Electoral Col month Our people have uot had the as this of Judge French no sensible politician iu this State lege pleasure of hearing a regular political The Republicans can lose Indiana doubts that New York will give sIar speech since 187G or hoe who have Jay Goulds SSNhiNNippi Barge ger majority for Hancock than it gave in October and yet win in November Line Sclietnc provided they carry Ohio Pennsylva Â¬ have heard it abroad The seoming New York Special to Cincinnati Enquirer forTilden four years ago nia Illinois Maine and New York apathy on our peoples part toward the Gould is now having built a The Democrats can lose Ohio in Oc great national struggle now pending large number of barges sufficient to is ISancocU the ill a 11 ol BcRtl tober in both October and Novem ny would be alarming if their genuine trau port five hundred thousand bush The Louisville Courier Journal ber without marring their chances of els of grain daijy down the Misissippi Democracy was not so thoroughly prints the following story as to how success in the great November con- Â¬ and three large elevators at Now known and established Twothirds leans The agents in that city Or the inevitable has provided for Han test are Tho Republicans can also lose Ohio cock It is not altogether pleasant of our people are going on with their Messrs Seligman Heilman Co A but General Hancock Is to blame for in October and yet win in Novomber usual avocations exhibiting no further prominent Wall street broker who is provided they can carry New York that It says interest in tho Presidential contest conversant with the enterprise said Pennsylvania Indiana Maine Illinois Hancock was born both lucky and than reading the political papors but this afternoon that the object is mainly handsome Why just look at the re- Â¬ and New Jersey to extend the grain carrying facilities There is a possibility of success for they are sure to vote for Hancock and of the Mississippi In 18C8 Garfield brought a bill not to divert the cord into Congress to drop the junior ma the two partie respectively in each English in November We know that trade from the Atlantic seaboard one of the four cases but with refer It this is true and yet wo would like to There are times when the grain await jor geueral That was Hancock passed both houses of Congress and ence to the second and fourth it is too see more interest manifested We want ing transportation at St Louis for the was sigBed by remote to observe the President But be Democratio success in New York a full vote aud a full vote cannot be Southwestis stored there in such large fore it could be carried into effect quantities owing to the lack of carry- Â¬ New Jersey and Connecticut would had with tbo present indifference On ing facilities that much loss Is George H Thomas the senior major sus be quite probable in Novomber even the 20th Mr Jones nil speak at Hick tained by the owners in consequence of general died and Haacock going up with Indiana lost Republican success one grade was no longer the junior man lie is one of the finest political the expense for storage Shippers of major general and in New York and Maine in November 10 the law eould a defeat stumpers in the Union and if the Do ten have to wait a long time for barges not reach him Then the Republi- Â¬ after be well io Indiana in October and the design nigh impossible mocracy of Fulton dont give him a scheme is to of the projectors of the cans led by Garfield passed an act re would furnish all who may re A Democratio defeat in Ohio in Oc ducing the office to three This was audience why we shall be quire them with sufficient vessels at rousing would not affect the November signed by the President but before it tober greatly disappointed Democrats of the time they may be wanted Mr in the least A Republican could be carried into effect Meade died contest Fulton wake up and give Thos L Gould he said had no desire to mo reverse in Ohio in October would and the MajonGenerals were reduced make defeat iu November almost cerJones Hancock and English one nopolize the grain trade or to work iu to three by God Almighty Finally tain the interest of any ono person but rousing old fashioned Democratic turn merely to furnuh to all law passed authorizing the alike the means a The Democrats possessing the abili Â¬ President to drop one of the Major out of transportation During the winter Generals Before it could be carried ty to carry either Indiana New York months when the railroads are blocked New Jersey and Connecticut or New Cameron ilvc EJp ludlRiin ulleek York New Jersey and with snow the river will furuish an out and Hancock be dropped Connecticut an interview with a representative outlet to the ocean by way of New Or died and Hancock becoming the sen In without Indiana in November bold of the Philadelphia Evening Telegraph leans Tho barges will be made up in tor Major Gtnora he could not be tho key to the situation The Repub The man who survived all tows and during tbo whole year ex dropped Friday Don Cameron said Means in losing either Indiana or ccpt at a very low stage of water this these attempts to be retired cannot be Ohio or both in October would also None of the Republican managers in dropped Tle man who led them Gar- Â¬ Indiana are willing to co so far as to highway can be utilized The scheme field will as a fit consuraation of his lose tho power to carry New York and is not an entirely new one but mainly Maine in November not to mention ulaiui tLo Sntt- jT fiir for Porter act fall a victim Hancock will be the other doubtful States They know how desperately the Dem uu citcaJon of one Jlready in exist- elected President Garfield wHT bo re Tbe Democratio chances at this mo ocrats arc working that the State ban ence tired at least from the Presidential ment outweigh the Republican cbans been Democratic for niue successive Tho Odds in York field ea in tbe proportion often to ono years and that the State officials arc One Hundred to 370 that Hancock will x all Democrats thus placing the Repub- Â¬ Elected 8100 to S80 on Indiana icrflonalltles In n Canvas Illinois always was a Democratio licans at a disadvantage Both sides Even Bets offered on Ohio und JVb One thing to be greatly deprecated State from 1818 when she was admit- Â¬ arc working very bard but the Demo Takers is the tendency to inject personalities ted to tbe Union crats seem more fearful of defeat than New York until 18G0 And in a political canvass Special to the Louisville Post The personal from the way Trumbull Parsons Mor Â¬ the Republicans It is a big task for The betting upou election results is thortcomings of the candidates or lead rison and the rest are working things the Republicans to carry the State and ers on either side cannot effect the over there Illinois will bo Democratic does cot seem probable that they an indication of public sentiment that it is rarely incorrect The way of bet justice of the cause they advocate again from 18S0 until about the middle will with such odds against them If Such considerations may with good of the next century they keep the Democratic majority ting to day is decidedly in favor of the reason ba urged against ones fitness Democratic candidates Thus the down to the figures of 1870 when it As fast as the nogroes leave Kenfor office if of a character to effect was about 5900 the Republicans betting men offer the odds of 8100 to that but would then bo no tucky for Indiana they aro spotted S70 that Hancock will be elected certificate shonld be satisfied and be prepared to 100 to 880 that Indiana of good character for everybody on the and full descriptions of them sent to mnkea strong fight in New York New President Thero may be things proper porsons in that State Mady goes Democratic and even bets that opposite side Jersey and Connecticut Ohio goes Democratic Tho odds on connected with a mans life that would a poor deluded darkey will have rea- Â¬ O a New York nre Democratio S100 to 580 tend to humilate him if pokeu of pub- son to regret having embarked in this Keep Your Secrets lawless and dangerous business De The whole world are full of people They claim that with offering these licly but which in no wise affect his scriptions of a large number have al character or fitness for high position odds they find it difficult to get bets craving for confidence people to and that the Rcpublicau politicians A cause that cannot stand on its own ready been sent and their every move whom a secret is liko gold in a childs and betters arc shy at Some who read acceptiug tho merits aud caunot compare in excel ment is now watched lence with its opposito is a bad cause this paragraph remember the warning pocket burning to bo issued Those odds ITI UTI no matter who advocates it or opposes it gives when it is too late to profit who are high in rank blessed with cv Oil Tluit War it If one side is better than the meu by it cry advantage are often tormented for The Cincinnati Commercial declares who advocate it is right and its advo on Dyer Lam Assistant Secretary want of a true meaning that a state of war exists in the cates only objectionable shall tho oth- of the National Greenback Committee friend thereby some one to whom they can South It is a beautiful Administra er side succeed because it is bad is out io a card denouncing Weavor confide secrets And on those who tion then which runs away from enough for bad men to be for it with the Greenback nominee for President will simply take them and keep them Washington at Jsuch a perilous time out seeming to be other than what they as a traitor to tho Greenbaokers He they are willing to bestow friendship and juukets io Oregon aud California are says he has written proof and of his To those who would be in such confiIf a state of war exists in he own knowledge is able to certify thst dence it is enough that they follow tho South aud the Republican AdminisOno of the largest public demon- - the National Republican Committee advico already given of never being di tration can uot keep the peace the strntiotis ever made iu the Uuited has furnished Weaver the money to rectly or indirectly the means ol dis sooner it is kuocked out of power the States was Iho Democratic meeting make his campaign upon and that tho Feminatiug gossip of any kiid Bear better held in New York City last Thursday said Republican Committee have di continually in mind the fact that in tho night Thero wero from SjjOOO to reeled when and where Woaver should art of convorsatiou the secret of success Tho Little Rock Gazette says that 10000 people in the procession hear make his bpeeohes Lam s testimony lies not so much in knowing what to there is no longer auy Greenback party ing torches and fully half a million is supported by a number of other say as in rh t to avoid spying in Arkansas people too pan in mo proceedings1 prominent Greenback leaders X2T1I Indiana Judge Jackson TIc Ssnuay Latr All Hie Cabinet on the Slu of Louisville baa The Rational Credit ITIif ITttT 7 i11 MHrnWiWttJJa r t NEW Nil GOODS - 1S tt III I nfjcmK BOfHfiw dh a a earis FHASICAN AND SURGEON HICKMAN Â¬ KENTUCKY HBTHrttfTVTTT4Mi---- J- NEW GOODS JBILaUlggWtnjl-v-j- - rFlU3 his Professional Services to janl6 the citizens of Hickman and vicinity 80 Â¬ Â¬ MY STOCK IS NOW FULL AND COMPLETE Dr J St N Outten near Court store House Res- Â¬ Office over HolcomWsdrug IN ALL DEPARTMENTS IN idence Moulton W T Phmmer H HIS D vicinity OFFERS to the citizens ef Hickman and Office PROFESSIONAL SER Corner room in Laclede Home Â¬ LADIES 3K3SS GOODS Dress Trimmings Buttons We have a splendid stock IN STYLE AND PRICE nchl4 c De A M PARKEB Â¬ VE DEFY COMPETITION DEUTIST Office p in Millet Bloclc IN HOSIERY GLOVES LACES AND EMBROIDERY i -- ji--t WE HAVE THE FINEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN at lower prices than the same goods have ever been sold artistic manner Special attention given to tne regulation otchildrens teeth C ALL operotions oerformed in the most Hughlette Wilson Attorney at Iiaiy HICKMAN KY AND REAL ESTATE AG EXT IN Real Estate Bonght Sold Rented changed and Taxes Paid Ex Â¬ Â¬ LADIES We have a splendid and MISSES CLOAKS and D0LMARS Stock AND AT PRICES THAT CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE permanently Hick HAVINGwill practice inlocated inCourts all the of the first Judicial District The collection of claims and investiga Â¬ tion of real estate titles made a specially IN H A AND VERY R T Tyler KENTUCKY LADIES and MISSES SHOES IN ALL STYLES wo have an endless variety Attorneys at Law IP- HICKMAN Office O ZEE 35 J ATTEND TO ALL B03INE33 entrusted to their car1 Millet Block Â¬ IN C IN T11E CITY AND WE CANNOT L EANDLE Ar LAW 5ENTS and YOUTHS CLOTHING ATTORNEY - WE CLAIM TO HA VE THE BEST STOCK Collector Real Estate Agent HICKMAN KT FOR QUALITY STYLE APD FINISH CANNOT BE BEAT BE BEAT IN 1KICE A SPLENDID LINE OF Will attend promptly to all hngl ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Speeialattention given to the investiga lion of Land titles and the purchase ana gale of Real Estato fjanStf SHAWLS BJLANKETS STARTLING CJLOAKISG GOODS Water 3roofa Flannels and Xiinseys LOW PRICES A full line of GENTS and CHILDRENS nATS and CAPS A LARGE STOCK OF at Swm 3Sew j2ew I E7ew IP Z Â¬ Z new styles and low prices Staple and Fancv OF THE VERY BEST MAKE AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES Retail Sealer 1 11 E CA SjE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Please Oall and feaxsiiie figures omt dsocls sell them at as lew L -- RECOLLECT that ascanbe found anywhere iu the country we claim to have first class goods and will Keeps In stock at alt timos fresh and choice Groceries Provisions Canned and Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov7 J J W SOGERS Proprs Â¬ HICKMAN WHABFBOAT O-f- Mgg John J Young Co jgBa Jy Â¬ Â¬ AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER Consignments Solicited C6 Special and prompt attention riven to the shipment of all kinds of Countrv Produce Live Stock etc may9 79 NB OF THE SAFEST and Conrectioneries Will be pleased to see hia old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see us Quick Sales and Small Profits Wont be undersold fjau4tf GEOCEEIES R M METHENY K EEPS all kinds of staple and fancy -- L Â¬ IliHII 1 o Family Grocery and Provision Store the KEEPSFlourbest Coffee Sugar Lard Baoon e Molas Â¬ THIS nODSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLAROED REFITTED REFURNISHED thoroughly renovated Convenient to river and railroad and attentive yourself watch kept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section Country produce of all kinds takea may9 79 W in exchange for goods or Cash marl5 found in Hickman Having no partner to divide profits with will sell goods th cheaper Speciality in Coffees Green Ground and Roasted CTJe and see for to be J TtJitXER Propr IMS 4 SilirililS W family Groceries but no Jy jan25 DIESTELBRINK Â¬ Come and see at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue East Hickman Ky space NOtrouble to name all articles io show good HKCTAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN DEALER KY IX Â¬ Italian and American Makblb MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE STONES received a fine lot of Amer Â¬ Italian Marble I am pre- Â¬ pared to fill all orders Call and examine our work 8SOrders from the country promptly HAVING filled may2C - Â¬ Â¬ DBUGS AND MEDICINES Paints Oils sv and EEICKMIST Dye Stuffs H3 A id it H WkW H Ml Ku KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ ONDURANT DEALERS liREWILY iiHflWftiTipTv SQdsey and Urn Cure ibrmtrtv Dr Craig XUtny Curr 1 vegetable preparation and the onLr uro A remedy tn tno world fbr Brtcbta Dtaeaae Diabetes irad AJU HiUnej XJver and Urinary Disease CMj TesUmoolais ef tbe highest order In proof of these statements can tor WarÂ¬ kB Fot tbe cure of ners For DiabetesDiabetes Safb Core cts the core or Brtshfs and tha other diseases call for Warners Safe lUdnejr Warners Se IN ALL KINDS OF Â¬ Agricultural Implements AXD SPECIAL AUEXTS FOR ondUrerCure WARNERS ALSO Â¬ WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING GAAR MACHINES AGENTS FOR SCOTT GOS THRESHERS It Is the best Blood Pb rtBr sod stimulates every function to rsoro bealtbfol action sad Is thus a benefit In all diseases It cures Serofuloak and otberSJrin Erntf tlons and Diseases Including Cancers eers and other Sores cured by tha bale regular tonJc onequsled as an appetizer I My ett aretwo sizes pricesand30eBitters It la and gl00 Bottles of SAFE BITTERS BS Keeps on hand repairs for same Constipation Dizziness fieneral Jxttill iRWffi nmm MANUFACTURERS company 0F Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STEEL PLOWS WAGI X- AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS FOR THE OT Quickly Etres Rent and Sleep to the so Serin cures llradaene and enrwlgfla prevents Â¬ Kpllcptic Fits and relieves Xerrons Pros Â¬ tration brought en by excesive drtnlc overwork mental shoefcs and other causes Powerful as it is to stop pain and soothe disÂ¬ turbed Nerves It never injures the system Whether taken In small or lare doses Bottles of two sizes prices 30c and 8IOO WARNERS SAFE NERVINE 3 NOW IS THE TIME TfTsUBSCKIBE TorpU liver and cure CosUruussDynrpils Bil- Wslirla Fever rhasague and should sad be used whenever the bowels do not operata freely and regularly 5 tkr rW rrqalra arh Hull Saw far tbex wriu Prtr 22 tU a bu r WinrrS Sell Kmm41 nU kr Dnaikfa IValer la Sfallelae imjW LMiMiaisa Are an Immediate and active stimulus for WARNERS SAFE PILLS a KS3fTOli HHWarnerCo EOCHESTEB r7ScM tor I HICKMAN - COUJSIEM Irsprletar H Tllmiai4 nnpllrt T m r -- J -- was HHi ir ki - it mmm- - i nTCTCg M LlJOJriWWIggBSMaMSSSaaManaBaBaasawgaglg THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY OCT S io 1SS0 Local Hems questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of correspondents except where we refuse to give name of author MSiort communications en public Â¬ Union City Eair commences Octo ber 12th MajBeld Fair October 13th 14th loth and 16th 18S0 Judge It K Williams of Utah is now visiting Pducab The Obion corn crop- - will average ir barrels to the sere and SEE the nice Ready rBgi-CALL Made Clothing at If J AMBERQS SOIjS Yennor predicts cold and stormy weather Tor part of October The corn crop of Madrid Bend will average about two thirds of a crop The young men of Union City are to have grand hall Weduesday Oct 13 One caoe of Yellow feveratNew Or leans last Monday No danger apprehen- Â¬ ded - and not come back into Kentucky but he dence of flux declined until his ferriage was paid new supply of CARPETS very He seems determined to find entertain- Â¬ flow at ment in the county jail for the winter at 3t J AM BERGS 33 S least even if he has his Htn James D White Hancock for worse treatment to lake in a chances He is bad fix elector for this District is to be married and is probably a very bad man also in Blandville about Oct 20tb to a Mrs TJtterbsck so rumor says 6 miles of Moscow elector and Mr Anderson Garfield elector are to winter Judge Bailey on hearing the case spear at Fulton on the 16th thinking probably that the county jail If you want to make yonr wife and was not intended for a charity hospital A correspondent of North Mr Editor children happy go to J W ROGERS and Carolina wanted to know the opinion of a a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cents discharged the prisoner Bet SECb D AttUEST per can certain gentleman in regard to the cirapl30 On Wednesday evening two negro men cus- who replied as follows iDtn Rices Coaling opera house and The circu is a grief to many a puzzle who live on the Winston farm four miles Trauieum ia now on the waters He shows from town arrested this fellow Utter to some and a joy to thousands of all Oct 7th Bth and 9th iPadncah ages and brought him to town charging him taste and degrees of pueiility and low Thera are many steamers atuck in with breaking into a colored mans house It to a lower civilizathe nod in the Ohio and not likely to and Ut er was again committed to jail tion properly belongs a proper companion than ours It is tt out until a rise in the river We understand the poor cuss was offered for the bull fight and the cock pit It is Mrs J B Johnson died on the morn his freedom a second time if he would out ef place in these United States in the year of our Lord 1880 It is a shamo lag or October 1st at the family resi Â¬ put himself on the other side of the river that with all our advantages for intellectuTToncocfc Â¬ Â¬ Jadpe White Dim- One James Albert UtWimxb tue ter was landed at Hickman unday List off of some steamer for the lack of money He went to to pay his passage further several places begging food and was giv n some food at the house of a colored This woman had seventy five womin cents in silver laid away in a mug This the man Utter inmpgcd to steal and ab sconded The old woman miscd the money and caused his arrest When he was arraigned before the city judge ho plead guilty and was of course committed to the county jail The poor fellow ap Â¬ pears to be in the Inst stage of consump- Â¬ tion and can in all human possibility have but a few brief months at longest to live on this earth When intcrrogatol as to why he committed the theft he answered that he knew it was wrong but that he was too feeble to work that he had been refused admission to hospitals because he was not a citizen and turned off from house to house and arrested for vagrancy until he had as well be impris- Â¬ oned for one cause as another His con Â¬ dition excited the sympathy of all but when the poor fellow noticed this sympa Â¬ thy he said to outsiders that he had pre Â¬ viously been confined in the Missouri penitentiary ne may be a thief but he is certainly in a pitiable condition now and he has no doubt committed this last petty theft to secure commitment to jail where he would be cared for during the Â¬ Â¬ Stealing to Get Jauud for Union City Pair Association COM1IKNCIM1 CTY ITEMS STIIX Cinciwati K Hickman f St Louis ISETFISK TUrSftAY OCT 12IIi 1SSO Announce with pride that their trotting Wc piopose selling the TWIN SPRING races have ail been filled with follow- Â¬ BED at S3 OO The pring3 are made ing loi of first class trotters of pure steel Call and seo us and save just 1 50 instead of buying the common FIRST DAY iron spring Bed at 500 We mean what Horses that have not beaten minutes we say A 1 McKimmin Fleetwood GARDNER K1STNER M Johnson Hardwood J Hickman Ky tf J M Yandy Dougl ns House Head Pat Powers THIRD DAY A R EL Brevard AND RETAIL DEALER gjoot and fhocmnte TT7IIOLESALE UltZ SlJIUUEUEIt FASHIONABLE BOOT and m SHOE MAKER 1880 seam 1 1880 feSTraHL Free to all Blackwood Mangels I3akery tJ Mid North West prner of Moscow Troy Aveunes t MickiUau Ky JpS Sitisfaction guaranteed SHOP miy9 ly icKiramin Tim Johnson J Hardwood W R Phillips Fannie B- J A Bland Co Ross Head House Joe Shelby B J Howard Flaxie FOURTH A AJ M J McKimmin OililONi WE KCFP CONSTANTLY 1AIJL 0PIII1II Â¬ Soot ail Shoe liStiltcr HICKMAN to H P Fetiie OS I1ASD FRESH BREAD 2 45 DAY jc Jc J McKimmin Tim ALSO J M Johnson Hardwood J M Yandy Uncle Ned A full assortmeet of Plain and Fancy J A Bland Co Nick C A X 1 I E S Head House Oetareon A full line of Cigars Tobacco and CigaB J Howard Flaxie rettes always kept in stock Will have a number of good runiers to P S Orders for Weddings and Parlies enter in the running raccrwhich close promptly attended to the evening preceding each race KAYSERfc WITTING oct8 norses that have not beat ERS NUTS PICKLES DINES FRESH OYSTERS COFFEE CAKE CAKES PIES HOME MADE CIDER CRACK- Â¬ SAR- Â¬ ROLLS Ladies and Genu In- Â¬ orler and in the latest fashion visible patches put on wlicil last longer than when sewed All I ask is a trial Shop next door to City Baiber Shop feb7 70 KENTUCKY boots nnd hoes made m Â¬ Jolin G-- G rifSn After an absence of ten weeks in the East- Hardware Cutlery Guns jVEercliant Tailor JUST RFCEIVED BUTTERICK3 ern markets we have opened a Stock in PISTOLS NAILS Report of latest Fall and Winter CASTINGS Fashions and a lare lot of samplei of TOOLS c French English and German goods our different departments for the uentlemen are incited to call and ex Bry Stove Wood and cents a KINDLING ietiej-w- - sep3 tf 50 load M CO HICKMAN L Uiuu oflu wn irnrnn ffifUfm ARBER CLINTON ST HOP HICKMAN KY m imufi T ri setitr GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE J Vf COHAN DEALEPS IS E - T2IE CIIICUS Scatltlnpr Re leu of Hick man FoiblcM Shortcom Â¬ ing Next Dost to Holcombas Drug Store Having just fitted up a neat SUA VIAG SALOON in the room next door to Hol cotabes Drug Store I am prepared to ac- Â¬ commodate every one in need of Shaving Hair Cutting Dyeing Sbampooing or in anything in the Tonsorial line CliildrcnN Hair Cutting n Specialty Having had long experience I feel con- Â¬ fident of giving satisfaction and solicit a share of public patronage Shaving lOcts Itnir Dretsliisr 25ctx CUAS DEDWARD oct8 thatsurpasses anything ever offered in this market which we can sell to CLOSE BUYERS E JOB WORK done to order such as Roofing Guttering Spoutine kc Svgn of the Gold Stove Clinton Street HicSman Ky feb7 70 STOVES TINWARE atJies that Headquarters for all kinds of Job Woik Gpod workmen employ and Repairing jyll d and the best of material used a w 3 MPlS sm Laffe Beer Saloon We shall quote prices in a short time that will NOTICE The newspaÂ¬ Astonish the Natives we have made every preparation to prevent MILLERS old stand Clinton street OYSTERS BOLOGNESAH P1GSFEET Fruits Candy Vuli The Cheese Crackers etc specialties best of Cigars and Tobacco 3 B Â¬ SA The State Grand Lodge of the I O F is to aeel in Paducah Oct 26th It M Metheny is the delegate from the Ilickmcn Lodge ttnd will attend The convention at Troy Monday re eulted in overthrowing all the candidates for the Legislatures and the nomination of Judge Cochran on the 85th ballot O The general crop yield in the section of country contiguous to Hickman this year is not large but one crop with another and one neighbor with another the aver- Â¬ age yield is going to be tolerably fair at least self supporting The yield of corn for 18s0will not be near so large as Crop and Business Fbospkcts 1879 and possibly will not re- Â¬ turn as much money The same is true Harvey Caldwell formerly a con of the wheat The cotton promises not so ductor on tbe X N W Railroad from large a yield as some expected but the TJicknrai to Nashville has gone to Texas increased acreage will mate the return of and will take positien as a conductor on money largely in excess of any year for it was in which he is offering for sale at make up for the shortage on corn and wheat and besides our local interests Proctor of the are beginning to derive some considerable Kentucky Geological Survey and Bureau money from potatoes and such crops On of Immigration Frankfort is sending out the whole our local financial condition a pamphlet descriptive of Kentucky this year is as good if not better than it printed in German and designed for dis- - was for 187D and inconfidence and spirit it is a thousand per cent haliar Taking a view of the whole country ZVotlee Every one must call at Steagala Coa the crop prospects and business prospects and examine their new lot of Groceries are grand It is said that the crops of the Lone Star Electric Light and Silver Spray United States will yield a larger average Flour always on hands AKo the finest than any year for ten years and the bal assortment of China and Glassware ever ance of trade between this country and Europe is already 350000000 over in fa- Â¬ brought to tills market vor of the United States This shows that There ia more improvements now money is to continne easy and healthy join on in this city than any other place With plenty of produce and money easy of its population in the Southwest At prosperity and activity is certain In our least fifty dwelling lioaess besides many own locality we may not increase in ag otlierlnildines are in progress Hurrah gregate wealth as rapidly as if our locil for our thriving little city Fulton Ful- - crops had been larger but the general Ionian prosperity of the whole country with BWE have now on hand the finest plenty locally will aU success- to every assortment of MENS and BOYS READY well directed effort of enterprise and in Â¬ MADE CLOTHING ever brought to this dustry Se mote it be market Call and examine and we will We had the pleasure of listening on guarantee satisfaction in quality style J AMBEEGS SONS and prices Tuesday night to the lecture of Father C P Church of this The gravel road to the city cemetery Anastaaius at the city on the Eccentricities of Modern lias been completed and we hear it spok Thought Father Anastaaius is a most an of as a good piece of work and Street fascinating speaker His manner and Commissioner Col o is credited with doing betake oflhatkind of elocution thai the work at much less cost than many style awakens in his audience an interest that citizens calculated it could be done The chains there attention aqd holds it spell- Â¬ gravel road fund will have money left bound throughout his entire lecture He Mr Nat Barksdale a merchant of bad a small theugh appreciative house Woodland Mills died Tuesday of csn- - owing to the fact that a protracted meet Â¬ tiv chill The Hickman LodgeK of ing was going on at tbe M E Church of 9 iL of which Le was a member attended of this city All that heard his lecture Union City his burial Wednesday He was a clever came away well pleased gentleman and very popularwth all who Chronicle a knew him the very lowest prices Director John R Groceries passenger train leading into Sherman many years The very large yield of OUR enterprising friend J W Rogers money to farmers from timber sources i now receiving a splendid lot of fresh will ia a fiscal point of view more than al and moral improvement we have not outgrown it 2 The circus is immoral in its tendency Its coming to a place is the signal for a sort of situ rnalia of ribaldry and profanity The moral atmosphere it carries along with it is bad The jokes of the clown are often profane and obscene and always low The proof of this allegation ia to be found in the songs that are sung and the witticisms that circulate on our streets after a circus has come and gone 3 Tbe circus is expensive It maintains a largef body of non producers who live on tbe bard earnings of tbe gap- Â¬ ing aud gigling crowds who Hock to sec their performances There is much com- Â¬ plaint ef high taxes and many complain when called upon to pay for protection of their lives and property and the educa- Â¬ tion of their children The circus tax amounts to millions and it comes OHt of the pockets of those who are least able to pay it One of them will sweep a South- Â¬ ern village so clean of small change that scarcely enough will be left to buy a pound of sugar or a dose of medicine That circus took away from here eight thousand dollars said a citizen of a town of two thousand inhabitants whose public school house was surely in need of repairs which the people felt they were to poor to make The whole population had turned out white black and copper-co- l ored old ana young Nay we take thai back there were some who felt that it was no place for them or their children and they staid away sav Â¬ ing their money and saving what is in- Â¬ finitely more precious than money an soiled souls 4 The circus is cruel The methods by Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frank Leslies Weekly Our object is to do a rousing business and only Democratic illustrated per published will be sent postpaid lor for five weeks until end of campaiga thirty cents Agents wanted in every town Send thirty cents for five weeks subscription or 6 cents in postage stamps for sample copy and illustrated catalogue Clubs of four will be sent for five weeks Address Frank Leslie for one dollar Publishing Company 15 Dey street N Y Sale and Livery Stable 3 our being disappointed If B WmKENTUCKYPlummer STREET LT7TEPS constantly on cand for hire and sale i HORSES BUGOIES and HACKS Thankful for patronage heretofore ei tended him he solicits a continuance of same m Goods c a 03 CO ber shall receive 525 00 the second larg Â¬ 10 00 15 00 and the third largest The test of said inducement shall be by bringing the tax payer to the sheriff and or by see bis or her receipt obtained payiug the money and for caeh recpt so given or obtained a ticket will be given to the party entitled thereto with the name of the payer written thereon and signed by the sheriff which ticket Bhall be kept by the holders thereof until the 1st Monday in January next and then presented to the sheriff at his office in Hickman and those three persons hold- Â¬ ing the three highest number of tiokete shall be paid in cash as above stated I will pay the above reward to any three private citizens of Fulton couaty who will induce the largest number of tax- Â¬ payers in said county to pay their taxes on or beforo the 1st day of January next He who induces the largest numÂ¬ 50 Reward Low Prices and ft P are any object to you we would be pleased to have all call and satisfy yourselves that o 0 o o o I a est we tMiean btslsx NO TEOUBLE TO SHOW GOODS o o o WILL BELL MY HOME PLACE ON reasonable terms lying one fourth of mile south west of the Court House In the town of Hickman embracing abortt FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF fACBES of land nearly all under fence with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING good Cistern and Stables young bearing Orchard of selected fruit good Garden spot and good lots of never failing water ikX iEI JSS 0 3E 2 3E3i irsr de aro s HB GO TO FLAHT A BEO Hickman Ky THE B R Walker S F C Notice be Â¬ j J f - circus is cruel to the little children that arc forced upon the arena and their whole lives sacrificed to it From time to time we read of a cisu of aggravated outrage against these children in which tho law is invoked for their deliverance and pro- Â¬ The pitiful histories brought tection out in such casos have touched every hu mans heart and are calculated to make the low merriment of the circus ring doubly disgusting 5 A Christian can not carry to the circus the spirit of jurist aad bring it away with him The man or woman who after mixing with the crowds that throng the circus and listen icg to what he hears there wants to go again or wishes to send bis children to it does not answer to the description given oT the follower of Jesus in tbe Book he professes to take as his instructor and guide in the Christian life nor can he claim that he is led in so doing by tbe And jet there is in Hickman from year to4yer tosupport shows circuses ballsandllieatfeg to eny nothing of the thousandiof dollars squandered for whfskeytbanfbr tho Let the supportof the poortfit right people who know answer Atifieax JIu mani Qcncrit jsThebest grades of whisky T sonaole prices by Holy lililliiiiilinltilniiiliag torturing But be this 1 it may the Hi FOU COSGRESS We are authorized to announce W w TICE as a candidate to represent the poople of the 1st Ky District in the next Congress of the United States for Stock For terms apply to the under Â¬ IZotirs Meals orT M French C P C C Mr Marien Williams having bought signed 80 B K WALKER ja30 the RESTAURANT formerly kept by War- Â¬ ner Meacham respectfully announces to the public that the establishment has BEST 13 THE WORLD I v been overhauled and that the former pa F Â¬ B ft20SSr trous and travelling public can be accommodated at all hours at 25 cents a meal BReguar Boarders accomodated J Highest market prices paid for Poul Â¬ t try Butter Eggs Vegetables c at all VstgZBSisli 6S9RSKfcB sss ii iwiMan DRUG STOEE -- JGew rt m TT -t Restaurant ftLasv Commissioners Sale m Spirit 9 rjr3 more money expended always Cures and sever Disappoints TIio worlds great Pain ReHevor fcr Wan and Beast Caoa rjuioli and reliable uJPk1 rea PITCHERS CASTORIAIsnot Children grow fat Xarcotic upon Mothers like and Physi- Â¬ cians recommend CASTORIA It regulates tho Bowels euros Wind Colic allays Fcverishnees and destroys Worms Drugs Patent iledisines At the Catsolio Chnrch5inHickman Sunday Oct 3rd by Rev Father Anas- tasius Mr Jon Witting and Mrs Kittie HfcXAOA Custc Cliotoo Ky is a prosperous village and is distancing all her neighbors in food schools but a rainy court day with several hundred people in town that pub- Â¬ lic square is tbe muddiest mud bole this side of Cairo How a town can be so progressive in other matters and so neg- Â¬ lectful in this needs explanation Bring in Yonr Seed Cotton are payiug Memphis prices fur dry 250 to 275 Will nice clean Cotton pay at all times highest price we can afford according to price of lint cotton in wholesale markets Have your cotton clean and dry if you want the best price We octltf POWELL BRO Tbe mystic 329 invaded Hickman Wednesday night and on Thursday morn- Â¬ ing uhenjour people awoko the figures 329 stared at them from the door eteps fences curb atones pavements and sides of houses What does it mean was asked by -- many Strange to ay the mystic figures answer to tbe exact amonnt of Garficlds credit Mobilier dividend The ladies of the Methodist church propose giving an oyster supper to night and a dinner to morrow Saturday at the Davis stand Clinton street The object of these ladies is to raise money to assist in building a new church house for We trust they will their congregation be liberally patronized for their object is certalafj a very laudable one aad they deeere every encouragement for under taking the noble work Wo guarutuc a splendid entertainment to all who choose Go if youxan and if to patronize them you cant go gctsome one else to go and ir you cant do either send your money and have your supper sent to you Remember the oyster supper to night at the old Davis stand Â¬ May they live long audtprosper In this coauly by Esq J C Reed Mr LloVd R Beowx aud4Mm Matjie Pol lock jp map pl- A Deliqiitfol Tkeat If you want a really delightful treat one that will make you look better and feel better goto Charles DElwards new barber shop next door to Holcoml es drug store and get your hair dressed shaved or shampooed lie is strictiy a first class barber and a large number of citizens al ready attest his proficiency in the tonso rial art Shaving 10 cents Â¬ The CnnisTiAN Guild Thin bo ciety was organized on last Thursday night at the residence of Mrs Cole Tbe object of this society is to bring about a better fellow feeling and mutual under Â¬ standing between its members and friends and also to elevate and inspire our minds to a higher aud holier order All who feel interested in such a cause are cor- Â¬ dially invited to attend to night at the residence cf Mrs Cole Mrs Isler Prest Mrs Jonxs Secy pro tem Gurfield admits that Ohio isa doubt iul State Geu Butler savsIIaacockwill carry Maine by 5000 majority The wheat crop in Minnesota and Dakota turn out to be an average crop better than nag expected Both parlies have polled Indiana the Democrats cfairiittvby lOOff the Republicans by 8000 Twenty two prominent Union Generals will speak in Indiana this week Yet you her IlepublU for Hancock talk about a soldid can ppeakerd North 9 The business of the railroads s so lare 4ud increasiD so rapidly that tho locomotive works cannot supply the necessary engines to handlo tbe cars u ud have orders months ahead Â¬ Ague Cure Is a ntirelvvefffttalile bitter and power ful tonic and is warranted a speed v and certain cure for Fe cr and Aruc Chills and Fever Intermittent or Chill Fe Â¬ ver Remittent Fover Dumb Aruc Periodical or Bilious Fe er and all malarial disorders In miasmatic disÂ¬ Jones Dcmocratio Elector for tbe State at large will speak ca folHon Thos L Ctiblic 8eliiEg Mi Sherman telegraphs from Cali fornia that he will not bring Mr Hayes home until the 7th of NbvetDberifCali fornia id ono of the loubtfulState aud Mr laycs and his mob will be busy there till after the election ltobert K Mrs Iiettie H Little Mary II and Wood the wife and chil Cotton Market The receipts for dren of Robert K Little fied enit in the week have been quite large about 50 MaJion Circuit Court against James bales AH tbe markets declining from II Arnold the murderer of Robert E to j per pound We now quote Little for 350000 damages upon 10 for middling which summons an attachments were Â¬ Â¬ lows Clinton Hickman county Tuesday Oc Â¬ tober 19 Hickman Fulton county Wcdnesdny October 120 Mayfield Graves county Thursday Oc Jobcr21 r -- - for low middling for good ordinary Seed Cotton Z to 3c Corn continues in active demand at 3Sc for choice white Yellow dull at 3J cents Dbild Fruits Receipts are very large and prices lower We quote Choice apples 12i to So per pound to 5c per pound Choke cache Mo JI Fayette Hewitt has been in Indianapolis examining the Indiana mode of tax assessments and is much He has visited pleased with the same same pur t everil other states for the po ic and has concluded to adopt the Indiana plan with amendments to suit indued Gen tricts tho rapid pulse coated tongue thirst lassitude loss of appetite pam in tho bai k nnd loins and coldness of ie spine and extremities are only premoni- Â¬ tions ol severer symptoms i hieh termi- Â¬ nate in the ague jiaroxysmi succeeded by hiiU fuvcr and profuse perspiration It is a startling fi t that ijuinine arse Â¬ nic and other poisonous miucnils form1 the basis of most of the Fever and Syr- Â¬ Aguu Preparations Sonifies Tonics ups and iu the market Tin preparations made from these min Â¬ eral poisons although thevaro palaUlile anil may break the cjiill do not cure but malarial leic the thosjstemand their own drus proditciugimiuisii poiaon in dizziness ringing in the ears headache vertigo and other disorders more formi Â¬ dable than the disease they were in Â¬ tended to eure AYFIli Aoik CtlU thoroughly cradieatus thesu noxious ioi eoiis from tho system and always cures tho severest cases It contains no iuinine mineral or any thin thit could injure tho most delicate piticnt and its crowning excellence abo e its certainty to cure is that it leaves the system as free from disease as beforo the attack For Liver Complaints Amis Arun Ciin by dirert action on the hor and biliary apparatus drives out the poisons which produce these complaints and stimulates tli system to a vigorous healthy condition Wo warrant it when taken according to directions PREPARED BY DR J G AVER CO Practical nnd ROSD Lowell Mass CY ALL DRfCOlSTS naltcnl Chemists ouraUle 1 t l ifcasj Sold by WK f a lALMWnKlB uoAosinr rs liurtteaTTiaUiSiJCTra dft j By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Fulton Circuit Court rendered at the September term thereof 1830 in the above cause for the sum of thirty five hun- Â¬ pcre El Carb Soda I of a dred and tlirce and G0 100 dollars with u interest at the rate of 6 per cent per an Â¬ appeary dlrtr white color It may Trail exaraiaea ut u num from the 15th day of September ef-- but a COJIPAEISON TVITH AIMS 18S0 until paid and 79 35 cots herein CHtmCJT fc OOS AND BBAND Will BOW TIAMinEIt I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court tiie difference house door in Hickman Ky to the high Seo that roar Haklasr Soda Is The politest attention given to patrons est bidder at public auction on Monday xvhlte and PTJHE aa cbonTd be AXTj A splendid cook Meals from L to 8 and the 11th day or October ISSOat 1 oclock SinibAX SUBSXANCBS Used Tor from 12 to 2 oclock Special rates to reg- p m or threabout food being county court seSO X simple but savers test cf the eoaporatrrs ular boarders Meals 25c day upon a credit of six twelve and eight Talue ot different brands ot 8od 13 to dissolve a teen months the folowing described dessert rpoonfal of each kiad vnth about a pisfc Headquarters for all Kinds of School property to nit Ah of the south west of water hot preferred in clear classes attrrtes Aissolrea The delate quarter of section 10 T 1 It 4 west ex Â¬ cntU nil is thorooghlr in theinHorBoda wiH rions iiuolnble matter Boohs and School Supplies Also b shown after settliss some twenty niastc cept the north 10 acres of same eooncr by the nuliy appeanoca ol the solntloa fifty acres lying in the north east corner end the quantity of Coatisg Cocky Battel ao of the north east quarter of section 16 eordm to qualitj- 1 K 4 nest Nos 5 T being all of lots Be rare and as V for Chtmch Cot Boda aci eee that their name ia on the package and you aud G in tbe division of said last named Trill get the purest and t7hiU st made The nsa quarter among the heirs of Theophiius ot this with sour milk ia preferecca to Pwtrtij miuiiiui unrniiifnnnn liarnes except six acres off of the south Powder lives twenty tunes rU oatt side of lot No 0 all lying in Fulton See one poind pnetaga tbe valuaclo iafixsa TO BUY YOUR tioa anil read carefully county Kentucky or sufficient thereof to DEALER IN produce the sums of money so ordered 3 SHOW THIS TO YOUiJ 630G6 to be made For the purchase price the se- Â¬ purchaser with appioved surety or curities inu t execute bonds bearing day of interest FANCY TOILET ARTICLES School aijd Miscellaneous legal paid andfrom the the force sale HOW LOST KOW REST0R3D and having until FINS PERFUMES JUSr PUBLISnED a newBidders will be pre- Â¬ effect of a judgment SOAPS edition of Ib Culvekwells pared to comply promptly with these Celebb tfd Essay on the rad J NO A WILSON terms PAINTS ical cure without medicine of Spermator- Â¬ 8cp24 80 Master Commissioner OILS rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Impoteucy Mental and DYE STUFFS Cozuni Sale Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar- Â¬ riage etc als Consumption Epilepsy CIGARS AND TOBACCO Stationery Wall Paper Pic- Â¬ W Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky and fits induced by self indulgence er II Finchs adoir plaintiff c sexual extravagance against Equity The celebrated author in this admir Â¬ W II Finchs hrs and crs dft J ICuives able Essay clearly demonstrates from a ture Frames BY virtue of a judgment aud order of sale thirty year successful practice that the of the Fulton ciicuit court rendered at the alarming consequences of self abuse may MACHINES c September term thereof 18SU in the above bo radically cured without the dangerous Toys Focket Cutlcri and Fancy cause for the sum of five hundred nd nse of internal mtdioine or the applica- Â¬ thirty two and 12 100 dollars S532 12 tion of the knife pointing out a mode of Prescriptions Accurately Compounded with interest at therateof six per cent cure at once simpla csrtaln aud effectual Goods per annum from the 12th day of August by means of which every sufferer no mat- Â¬ Store of at the 1870 until paid and 78 40 costs hsreiu ter what his condition may be may eure I shall proceed to offer for sale at the himself cheapley CLINTON STRELT HICKMAN KY privately and radically court house door in IlicSman Ky to the XtS This Lecture should bs in the hands highest bidder at Public Auction on of every youth and mtn in the Had Monday the 11th day of October 1SS0J at 1 Sent under teal in a plain envelope ti oclock v 3i or thereabout being county any address pasl pdii on receipt of six JgySend for copies of my New Reduced day upnLcredit of four aud eight cents or two pnstaee stanps Price Lute of Ihclure Framet Cltromot court Address tho Publishers Brackets Croquet Sets and ISaie Halts for months the fyxrgrteseribed property1 The wTsTportion of sec 20 T wil to THE CUL WSftrfKLL MEMCAT CO 1878 R 2 weM beginning at a cedar stake 41 Aau St Xew York PO BOX4S66 thence 1G0 poies south to the widow Car- Â¬ COME TO STAY oline Brown H corner thence east 90 poles to a black oak thence north 100 THE REGULAR poles to a stake tlienco west 00 poles to containing and Cairo Hickman New Madrid the beginning W II Finch 00 acres The known as tho place north 30 acre j of said tract of land to be 3 -- A sold subject to the homestead right of the widow and iufint children of W II Finch deceased or sufficient thereof A Pi CSS to produce the sums of money so or 4 dered to be made For the purch se iL price the purchaser with approved aurety aSSSScffSy or scouriiies must execute bond bsnr j from the day or nig lenl mterokt EO Zi BS T- sale until paid and hiving the force AMUROSE Master and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these Coughs Colds Soro Throat Bron chitis Asthma Consumption This elegant passenger steamer will terms JNO A WILSON And All Diseases or YHKOAT and 1YC3G3 arrive at Iliokmnn going down every sep24 S0 Master Commissioner Tuesday and Thursday up Wednesday Pat up tn Qasrt 3to JVtlej for Tsnlly Use nug20 and Friday Sdertiflc lly Mpawd of Bilum Thto CrrtIltil The formnU Rock Cidy Old Kj and other nie Is Lmiivn to our best DhrjicUns ts htrbly comnwnde t W Taken up as u stray by tl 1 fcalmon ty thm v and t au ilyva n oar cit pconufient r liviue about six miles north east of Hickuihivc in iTiieiur B on m man in Fulton county Ky on the PJlll label ot Wry battle It hiU knora ta thamedical KOCK RnwUaBorit tha o protewtoa thatfor mirh fViIlsad Inilo nn ltmnchltLS DEALERS IS lllSt OIIO bOKKEL MA UK RSred abOUl - Titnt rllf m r- years U hands high bhize face bah C5S Used as a BKVKKAOK snd APPHTIZKRIt raakS hind feet white bavins no btands or for f bily use Isplosmt totVv it SSt other mirks ami which is appraised at daaxltful tnic It aires tore scanty snd srteoita Trr woaIc or i1n thtatvd VVVie ft S win mww nmiwn irs m- the value of 10 CO DCfrrBEDECEIVEDv 1831 Witness my hand this lulv 231 ly unptmclplJ doal- tiliV VScSii l IUJ prs nhitrjtJLiLils you ltoof snd Rjnm a tudmolT ntwi c ji30 3i J W MAYKS J P F C ROfK B place msrlOllI jtrtk ltt wuAN1 4ARVK wMch Li if amzLii Ml t r i tha onlr nli td rouino hs li - iV iH hTAlll ing a OUVHKN -25cts Lower than the Lowest lAlYIKi K llttr iiS 1IA oiJ eieh bottle rojirletors is 31 111 aludlm Ntrvrt CUIuiso iMil I have no clerk eipensss no store rent and pay cash for nil my Groceries and I rfVW Miitr llriiTlt fis It It J F7 AfcX therefore cm sell as cheap as the ctieip l ltf Anlv vour CJrocerUrtvhjnt fir- - It LOWER and LOWER otir Wluw llamniu Tor It C2rt liildreli ulc est Itc tt brands of Wittenberg and Lone COFFINS MATRASSES d c Siar Flour 23 cents cheaner than the low- All kinds of Grocei ies hams sides c n Hill h IKVJJlsv jHbcio and I will not bo OirncKItSS cheap aa the cheapest CUlGlU M eci JOHN WirtlNG KENTUCKY en HICKMAN JOILV WITTiNG underscld jtejg5 U j or 3ryiir gEgKOT3g JSf -- Hgi r B T Fulton Circuit Court Kentuchj T D Barnes admr plaintiff Equity acainst - 1 Nichols Metheny Â¬ A fIPL si3sg5- w jJk mnbv - 3lI0BL33 ioners Pocket flavors SEWING BUG2 GQWGIIiX ery O KE T9 l g iLJsrv sSSS T E IL KISTNEE SUBB CURE g 8P STKAYED SAEDKER ho Q Sit wm mmmu 5Ri rjtj s f fSSJSiSSS0PlTTTinW lAU StSSBl wwa sH-- WV ft r FTJI insriTTJRB J Jar rr - JGU -- i lautxit a V sVai sagita-j- - is vjmujxv r v V Mr gaMajaavaM0HBHHmmMHM A COLORADO YARN stir into this two tablespoonf nls of curry powder or less if too much curry is not riow Ik curing tobacco it should dry liked when it has been boiled for ten A Fall Rlroed Ship Fonnd In n Healed Cavern Miaped 11 Up a Chinese Jnnkt ly and yet not polo burn Very much minutes skim and pass through a sieve Wlh Slonrollnn Characters on tbe Prow Rapid drying using a masher to render the vegetables depends on the weather tends to produce light colors which into a pulp The Lcadvillo Chronicle publishes an usually are not desirable To Pickle Peaches Plums and account of tho most marvelous discovery pleasant and profit- Â¬ Peabs Take of ripe peaches plums vet mado by mortal man provided that Keeping sheep is able if attended to properly Wool is a pears or apples seven pounds of sugar it is true which is more than doubtful one quart of vinegar and one ounce of Two miners while sinking a shaft near unrc thing every year and brings cash It has its ups and downs but let any mixed spices put the sugar and vinegar Red Cliff arc represented to have found mnn nuikft nn his mind that none but his together and pour over tho fruit allow- Â¬ a deep subterranean chamber without wife or his administrator shall sell liis ing it to stand until the next morning apparent communication with tho open when repeat this process straining the nir What they claim to have seen is wool for less than fifty cents per pound and he will come out all right So talks juice off the fruit letting it come to the thus described boil and continue to do so lor lour morn an eastern contemporary The cave seemed at first empty bnt as From a lato Paris journal we learn ings then add tpices and put all over tiier eyes gradually became accustomed bat the French Forestry Department the fire and cook very slowly tinti they to tho Jeep gloom the men saw in tho have Arrived at the conclusion that for- Â¬ look lcli and clear Pears should be further extremity a huge black object ests greatly iucrease the water supply boiled in water until you can run a broom which not without some trepidation From close observa Â¬ whisk through them Quinces are also they approached As they neared it to wherever found tions made it is found that rain falls delicious when preservediu this manner their unbounded amazement they mado much oftener and more abundantly in out the lines of some sort of sailing craft An InJian Talk wooilen tracts and that wlnle the leaves It waa as nearly as we could judge quick- Â¬ and branches givo back tho water The details of Mr Peace Commissioner about sixty feet long by some thirty Â¬ ly to the air they prevent rapid evaporaJndd8 interview with Sitting Bull and wide and lay tilted forward at an angle tion from the gronnd and are thus favor- Â¬ at Poplar River Agen Â¬ of about fifteen degrees over a rough cy are just coming in These hostile pile of stone Tho body of the craft was able to the formation of springs Cors loses one fifth bv drying and chiefs with a Urge following invaded built of short lengths of some dark and From this tlia the agency and by threats and firing of very porous wood resembling our black wheat one fourteenth estimate is made tliat it is more pfont guns scared Judd and Pollock the Agent walnut if it could bo imagined with tho nblc for farmers to sell unshelled corn in badly After feeding the hostilcs well grain pulled apart like a sponge or a nrerfallat 75 cents tbai -- I 31 a bushel in however they consented to a talk piece of bread and mado perfectly Said Commissioner Judd to the inter- Â¬ Bquare Both ends it was evidently inthe following imininer and the wheat SL25 in T rciriber is equal to 1 50 in preter Toll to say tended for sailing either way were turned the pit jciding June In the case of po to Sitting Bull that he must take his abruptly up like the toe of a peaked tatoes taking those that rot and are people right out of this and leave these Moorish slipper Tho planking was ap- Â¬ otherwise lost with the shrinkage there peaceable Indians alone parently double riveted on with noils of is bnt little doubt that between October Interpreter He wants to know wholl extremely hard copper only slightly rust and June tho Irvss to the owner who make him eaten and with tho heads cut or filed in holds them is not less than 33 per cent Mr Judd Tell him that I will I an octagonal shape while along the upA Caiifornian claims that in seven have only to raise my hand and a Sun per edge of tho ship eleven largo rings years trial exposed to all passible vicissi- Â¬ dred thousand warriors will rush in with of tho same metal and evidently for the tudes and subjected to early and Jate their glittering steel and guns with a securing of ringing were counted At planting on all lands of land tho Ana big mouth and clean out the whole out-Â¬ tho bottom edges of the craft and run- Â¬ ning its cu thru length were two keels liiem Odessa wheat has never been fit interpreterHKj-in-the-Fac- o says some four and a half feet deep and six known to rust It stands hot dry spells and north winds before which other all the people tUCC Iertt Father has sent inches thick hung on metalic hinges varieties are known to fail besides here ore liars and that you look just and at tho ends were fastened rough cop- Â¬ which it has leen known to prodnce like the rest of them He says also per rods extending upward aud bent forty bushels to the acre on strong alkali that you have a bigger mouth than any over so as to attach to two masts rising soil that had failed to raise any other of the guns you talk about Ho remarks from the upper edges If tho cross of crop and would not sprout corn Noth- Â¬ further that if you are not careful it an inverted letter y be conceived to rep- Â¬ ing was said about the marketable qual- Â¬ will take all the agricultural knowledge resent tho deck lines the two stems are ity of the wheat but if it has standard contained in several issues of your valu- Â¬ at about the angle and position of the value in addition to all Jiese qualities it able journal meaning tho American masts These were upward of twenty looks very much as if it could be intro-Â¬ Agriculturist to grow a fresh crop of feet long and as evidence that a sail duced into Oregon and especially to the tho capillary vegetable on tho summit was at one time stretched across some dry alkaline lands East of the Moun Â¬ of your cranium after his friend S B ragged remnants of what appeared to be found tains to good advantage Prairie interviews you on what he knows about cording were ends ofclinging to the inner edges The scalping the masts were se Farmer Tell him he cured in pivots and it was evident that Mr Judd excitedly A correspondent of the Country in tacking one could bo moved forward Gcntlcmanheliexes that every species of must go or take the consequences He Interpreter bird large and small is subject to tho sequences ho means says blank the con- Â¬ and tho other back thus bringing the to take the rest of sail at an angle with tho body of the ship gapes The young of the robin are the vegetables He took all the turnips an idea winch it might not be bad for often troubled with them It is also believed that many chicks thus afflicted die last night and he proposes to occupy our modern navigators to emulate This of starvation on account of their inabilty the corn cabbage and potatoes before it is believed also explains the copper rods which moved the keels so as to reto swallow This parasite disease is oc-Â¬ he is an hour older Ask him if he knows the ciprocate tho position of tho masts Mr Judd casioned by a nnmber of small worms in ship was the throat producing inflammation The power that lies behind me within easy While the whole like dust intact tho wood crumbled beneath the fowl is oftentimes relieved by the use of call fearfid of trapfalls Interpreter He says a stiff horse hair or a quill stripped of docs and that ho knows yonyou bet he finger touch anddid not ventnro to the ex-Â¬ have lots of two prospectors its feathers within an inch of the end Chicago Tribune plore the interior Lying on the ground which when carefully used will remove it in your mind near by however was discovered a gold some of the wonnR Care and proper atinstrument bearing a rude resemblance to fowls will ward off tho disease tention Anecdote of Zach Chandler to the sextant of the present day and Pure water wholesome food and suffi- Â¬ When Mr Chandler was in the De- possibly used to calculate the longitude cient room for exercise will seldom fail partment of tho Interior at Washing Â¬ No trace of any writing was found save in preventing its appearance ton a man called one morning at his of- Â¬ at one cud of tho ship inclosed in a Introducing himself ho said Some time ago we remarked that an fice medal ring were twenty six copper char- Â¬ Mr Chandler I presume it is your acters tinted to tho wood and bearing acre of swamp muck of good quality to have none but correct per- Â¬ much resemblance to the Chinese hiero- Â¬ intention three feet deep was actually worth 25 000 No doubt such a statement is sur Â¬ sons in your department glyphics of the present day No humau That is my intention prising So was the statement of Dr remains of any sort were found although Well sir do you know that you it is possible that a search in the hold Lawes of England that a ton of bran of the bureaus of will reveal something of this sort fed to cows returned more than it cost in haveawomaninone manure Swamp muck free from sand your department who is of bad charac- Â¬ They went to the cabin of a well to do contains two per cent or forty pounds of ter miner living some thirty miles down the No sir I do not know that I have gulch and to him first told their extraÂ¬ nitrogen in a ton Nitrogen is worth in the market twenty five cents per pound any such person in my department ordinary story This gentleman is per- I thought you didnt Mr Chandler fectly reliable and together with a well so that a ton of swamp muck is worth and so I decided to come and inform known mining expert residing in this 1 for the nitrogen in it All that is needed is to work up the muck so as to you city has seen and examined tho ship The name of tho clerk was then given and will take steps to preserve the won- Â¬ make the nitrogen available An acre mado s ill derful discovery to tho world in all its of swamp muck three feet deep contains and the charges against her 2500 tons and would require eight more explicit Mr Chandler listened possibly great historical value The months to draw out at ten loads a day quietly and finally picked up a pen and minute particulars as to tho locality aro at handed it to his caller Few persons realize the value of the fer- Â¬ present withcld for very obvious reasons Just put that down in writing sir tilizing elements of common waste mat Â¬ The discovery of the junk like ship ters which lie under their feet and the and if it is true I will dismiss the with its unknown architecture liermcti n y calTV soflWi a firr innumerable tons of matter that may be woman he said tho surface of the earth gives scope to TWTinwnw ior leniMHinjy- - yurpoocBf -- mm Now I hope Mr Chandler you will indefinite speculation Tho only possible that much of the idle and neglected materials represent avast amount of not connect my name with tliis matter explanation seems however that ages I dont want to be known leaned or scons perhaps ngone a vessel bearing wealth American Agriculturist back Secretary thcreuxon some of our It has been stated byone objection ag- Â¬ in The chair and said You know all a crew of bold adiscoverers atossed by the his waves sought harbor in cave within to ricultural papers that know nothing and the Southern cow peas for tho North is about this woman what I state to me a cliff The waves then receding left it about her except that the season is too short to admit of But you want mo to putyoustain on her stranded there and tho great continentalÂ¬ a their ripening seeds This is one of those reputation upon charges you are unwill- Â¬ divide the awful upheavals and convulerrors that occur from perfunctory exper- Â¬ ing to substantiate with your name sions of nature which we know so little of and can only blindly speculate on iments The variety of cow pea called Never Leave the office pressed the face of tho earth together Land ripened seeds at the Rural Poor Upon tho abrupt departure of the vis- Â¬ and scaled it in a living grave Farm in large qnautities by August 12th dismissed Mr Chandler turned This variety is indeed one of the best itor soof his clerks and said He be- Â¬ Jay Goulds Missing Ejebrows te one for Northern fields The seeds germin Â¬ longs to that class of informers who do How Jay Gould lost his eyebrows an immense ate freely and prodnce Â¬ not hesitate to ruin a person but dont amount of vine which completely covers want to assume the responsibility of is the result of a thrilling romance con- Â¬ structed especially for the St Louis Re the earth for a space of not less than six their acts I cannot be a party to any publican He had his all staked on feet Those who have tried the mixed such transaction Union Pacific and the stock had been kinds which we distributed last season worked up from 9 to about 6G A case would pronounce them a failure and who likely to make n fortune or ruin him was Oyster Magnates axe advised to try the Poor Land It Tho late Sidney Dorlon writes tho before tho Supreme Court at WashingÂ¬ can be supplied by Southern dealers and perhaps by Northern ones as well New York correspondent of the- Cincin- Â¬ ton When tho decision was to be ren Â¬ - Yorker nati Gazette was the most popular oys- dered Gould hired a private wire and Rural 2cwYork at ter man iu America He began poor took his seatthe the New began end of it opinion to come of but left a fortune This remarkable de- The first wire HOUSEKEEPERS HELPS and it was a mere history gree of success was due to his rare neat- Â¬ over the Oh shut him off cried of tho case ness and good taste His place was al Tomato Sot One peck of ripe to-Â¬ way attractive and so were his oysters Mr Gould and ask him whether the matoes one quart of vinegar three and Hence he commanded the best patron- Â¬ decision of the lower court is affirmed a half pounds of sugar and one ounce of age of the city Simple as the cooking The answer was awaited with breathless whole cloves Put all over the fire to- Â¬ of an oyster may seem there was a fasci- Â¬ anxiety Gould sank in his chair as gether and let them stew slowly until nation in Dorlons style which few could pale as a dead man and those about him tor tear that it the they become a thick mass very rich and approach He died a few years ago were much concerned ho would bo killed leaving 50000 all made in a moderately decision was adverse dark sized oyster house Van Name who by it The operator at length gave the Cheap Cabomels fob Childben the decision of the lower court kept at the corner of Broadway and Ful- Â¬ news tliat affirmed One enpful of water one of sugar one Mr Gould was pros- Â¬ had been distinguished reputa grated chocolate and a ton streets won aand became rich He trated though the decision gave him half cupful of boil tion in this line piece of butter the size of a walnut Ho was carried to his home in afterwards got above his business and millions the water sugar and butter to a syrup caught the fever of renown Leaving Fifth avenue and a long sickness fol- Â¬ and add the chocolate when nearly done aid lowed All his hair came out including the oyster saloon he was induced stir to prevent lumping spread on in organizing a savings bank of to which his eyebrows and those nature never re- Â¬ greased paper and cut into squares made President Instead of stored Chocolate Cabamels Take of grated he was out shilling stews ho cat in a serving The Leaning Tower of Pisa chocolate milk molasses and sugar one cushioned chair in a business parlor and Tho leaning tower of Pisa was com- Â¬ cupful each piece of butter the size of an signed such papers as were placed in his egg boil until it will harden when hands The result was just what might menced in 1152 and was not finished dropped into cold water add vanilla put be expected The bank failed and Vau till tho fourteenth century The cathe- Â¬ in a buttered pan and before it cools Name not only lost all his money bnt dral to wluch this belongs was erected mark off into square blocks IL Four narrowly escaped an indictment It is to celebrate a triumph of Pisans in tho ounces of chocolate two pounds of light a curious feature in the trade that deal- Â¬ harbor of Palermo in 10G3 when allied brown sugar two gills of cream four ers when sending home oysters to their with the Normans to drive the Saracens It is a circular building ounces of butter vanilla customers always use a pail painted blue out of Sicily Blue and 100 feet in diameter and 179 feet in ex Â¬ Grapes The fruit should outside and whitejsjde Pbesebved trpmo height and has fine mosaic pave be mature but not soft or broken Our white are the oyttr Mp nrm ments elaborately carved columns and native Cutjvla makes a mxxl pretser numerous bas reliefs The building is drip pick carefully wash and allow to Making It Clear of white marble The tower is divided rejecting the bad ones To every pound The Chicago Times says Just as into eight stories each having an out Â¬ of grapes take one half pound of white Â¬ feet projection and gallery sugar use no water put grapes first in there is a character of which is mani-a side topmost of sevenoverhangs the base story the fested in a mode of life so there is pan then layer of sugar then layer of character of men which is manifested in about sixteen feet though as the center grapes cook slowly on a moderate fire a mode of thought We aie pained to of gravity is still ten feet within the stir continually and strain through a sieve see a paper which is usually so correct base the building is perfectly safe It when hot put in air tight vessels and reliable as the Times should forget has been supposed that this inclination opinion intentional Nest A very pretty ornament itself so far as to make a statement hkc was foundation hasbut the no doubt thatÂ¬ Hens corsunk is One half dozen eggs make the above Everybody knows that the the for table a hole at one end and empty the con- character of men is not manifested in a rect It is most likely that the defect- Â¬ tents fill up with corn starch made stiff mode of thought at least not nearly so ive foundation became perceptible before the tower had reached one hal When cold strip off tho shells pare much as tho mode of thought is mani thin boil till tender fested in the character of men The char- Â¬ its height as at that elevation the une- Â¬ lemon rind very then cut in narrow strips like straw and acter of the mode of thought depends al Â¬ qual length of the columns exhibits an perpendicular lay in powdered sugar fill a deep dish ways and in every instance for more endeavor to restore thoplace the walls at about tho same half full with either cold custard or wine upon the mode of men than it does upon and strengthened with iron bars eggs together in the center the character of the manifest or voucher are jelly put the and lay the straws nest like around them We thought everybody knew that If as the character of I always supposed that tho newspa- Â¬ Tomato Sauce Take six large or the Timts contendsmanifested entirelythe pers during the lato civil war de thought is on ripe tomatoes cut them up add Â¬ mode of of men how eight the life the mode servedprecedence for their sensational little celery and a of character manifested then is thought of newspaper headings until I met with the ing a small onion in the little thyme tablespoonful of butter half the manifest It docs not stand to following in tho New lork Gazelle and a tablespoonful of sugar the samo of reason Or again Should the mode of Weekly Mercury published at New teaspoonful of pep- Â¬ salt and a quarter of thought be manifested entirely in tho Yrork October 20 1777 by HughGaine per set on Jhe fire to stew slowly when character of men as the Times asserts Glorious news from tho southward it has boiled until tho tomatoes are what would be the mode of life manifested Washington knocked up The bloodiest done add a tablespoonful of in the character of the thought after it battle in America 6000 of his men thoroughly flour half pint of broth and a little had become manifested in the thought of gone 100 wagons to carry the wounded cayenne pepper strain it through a the character of men It is a mis deal Gen Howe is at present in German sieve put back in saucepan and let it as we liave got six cards and tho Times town Washington thirty miles back in a stew until it adheres a little to the spoon must throw them around again Pecks shattered condition Their stoutest frig- Â¬ Mulligatawny Soup Take three Sun ate taken and ono deserted They are green or sour apples ono turnip one tired and talk of finishing tho cam- Â¬ As the happy couple wero leaving tho paign Tho Tory typo must have been carrot and two onions hlice and divide as liiiclv as possible and fry to a brown church the husband said to the partner exhausted at this effort to glorify Ger stir and shake adding of his wedded life Marriage must mantown for when the news reached the in butter to it aliont the cloc of the cooking a seem a dreadful thing to you Why city of the British army to the north- Â¬ bunch of chopped pai hley a bay leaf a you were all of a tremble and one could ward baring been burgoyned he could sprig of marjoram and one of thyme hardly hear you say I will I not set up ono line of caps to catch the take a pint of good stock made of beef will have more courage and say it louder I eyes of his subscribers 2tc Magazine or veal and put in the fried ingredients the next time said the lluslung bride of American Mittoru FARM XOTES y I Bee Ranching In Callf California is a famous courfcsr bees v and tho making of honey a breakfast table in distant K opo to-Â¬ day tho waffle is spread wit rvswects that have been filched from flio hearts of a thousand California flowc In tho mouth of almost every canyoiivthere is a bee ranch or apiary whoso owner grows indolent and prosperous from Eie labors of his industrious subjects Kero there is no long winter with dearth 6 flowers through which the patient workers must bo nursed and fed in order tliat they may livo until the opening of tho next field season These bee ranches are models of neat- Â¬ ness and domestic comfort and the profession of bee keeping is rapidly be- Â¬ coming popular among persons of little physical strength or small financial cap Â¬ ital or both such as maiden ladies jf Rain-in-the-Fa- Â¬ Rain-in-the-Fa- Â¬ Â¬ JL and those dilettante farmers who fancy that the royal road to bucolic happiness lies through tho flowery beds of a bee posture Their expenses are as light as those of a hermit in his cave and what stores of honey are laid up are so much clear gain as the bees board themselves while they work and work unceasingly in the preparation for tho winter which never comes When tho hive is full tho cakes of comb aro removed the liquid is extract- Â¬ ed from the cells and tho empty cups aro replaced to bo filled again and again This economical process pre- Â¬ vents waste of labor and time ia gather-Â¬ ing of wax for the budding of hew bins in the storehouse Walking out in tho morning in the green brush wood of these canyons you hear a loud and continuous huzzing of wings and although there mjfrnot be a flower in sight it is iw fioaScSo and strong as in a buckwheat patch or clover field nt home This humming of bees is natures tenor voice as tho roaring of tho water is her bass Thero aro cures for homesickness in the bees mon- Â¬ otone even though the authors thereof be perfectly wild as indeed many of them arc In such a country you can- Â¬ not feel utterly lonesomo and lost A Gentleman 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John Ruskin presents his idea of a gentleman in nis well known work Tho primal lit- Â¬ Modern Painters eral and perpetual meaning of the word gentleman ho says is a man of pure well bred in the sense that a race horse or dog is well bred The lower orders and all orders have to learn that every vicious habit and chronic disease communicates- - itself by descent and by purity of birth the en- Â¬ tire system of the human body and sold maybe gradually elevated or by reck- Â¬ lessness of birtn degraded until there shall bo as much difference between the well brcd and ill bred human creature whatever pains may be taken with their education as between the wolf hound and the vilest mongrel cur A gentlemans first characteristic is that fineness of structnro in the body which renders it capable of the most delicate sensation and of structure in the mind which renders it capable of the most delicate sympathies one may say simply fineness of nature And though Tightness of moral conduct is ultimately the great purifier of race the sign of nobleness is not in this rightness of moral conduct but in sensi- Â¬ Â¬ Hence it will follow that one of tho probable signs of high breeding in men generally will bo their kindness and mercifulness these always indicating more or less fineness of make in the mind and miserliness and cruelty the contrary hence that of Isaiah Tho vile person shall no more bo called liberal nor the churl bountiful -- tiveness Cross Cut Religion Tho meeting houso of tho Licksldllit district was crowded The preacher old Nooh with his grizzly beard and head half white like a cotton field when tho bolls are just opening sot in tho pulpit surveying his congregation in that pecul- Â¬ iar way which has ever characterized tho colored preacher A spontaneous hymn arose and when tho melody had ceased tho preacher arose and said Let us en- Â¬ gage in prar The congregation kneeled even young Iko tho preachers son who had just come from down to the spring where he had been trying to swap mules with one of tho deacons Oh Lord began the preacher wo semblo in dis house ob worship to thank thee fur tho many blessius ob de past an ax dat yer would spriuklo our Ian wid a leetlo moah rain We must hab a shower twixt dis an Saturday night case Lord wesonecdin ob hit Amen Just as the preacher arose there was a stir at tho rear end of tho house A tall colored man followed by several parties as intensely colored as himself filed down the aisle Come up ter de stan Brother Robinson said the preacher for ho recognized tho preacher of the Blacksnort district I doau want ter como up ter yer stan said Mr Robinson Whuts de matter wid yer sab ex-Â¬ claimed old Noah Whats a ailin ob yer Tnther day I sent yer a note axin yer ter stop prayin fur rain remarked Robinson with emphasis Out cotton is sufferin fur suushino Wese had moah rain den wo wants an heah yer goes axin fur moah Wo haint had no rain shah an I tens ter pray fur it until hit do come Is yer tryin ter drown us out JJo but I wants nough rain I understand yor game Brudder Noah You sees dat rain is pnttin us in do grass You know dat hit is to de worlly intrust ob dis section fur ter keep us dar Yer wants de Lord ter drown us out so dat your conregation will git de heels ob us id de market De Lord at dis season ob de yeah has got so much business ter tend ter dot he am t a noticm how much rain is a fallin Yon keep a sendin up your prars an he keeps a pnllin de striug I wants yer to stop hit Does yer heah Brudder Noah I heah but is mighty loft about harknin Wo wants rain Ave does We prays and ef de Lord grabs a hold bb de wrong string it taint no fault of ours Well I came heah prepared for a let up or a fight Sich foolishness as you send up is nough ter git de Lord so tan- Â¬ gled dat he cant git himself straight for a yeah Ioifll put de sun in de clips l Do what wid de sun Put liit in de clips Well ef dat doau beat any mistake I ever heard a nigger make No wonder de Lord wont pay no tention to yer What would you say Why de reclipse Dats all right but de fact I want settled is dis Is yer gwine ter stop No I isnt Den we mixes wool Mr Robinson sprang toward tho pul Â¬ pit Noah sprang to meet him Tho wildest confusion prevailed Tho two men grappled and the deacons gathered around ex- Â¬ Gimmy de plantation grip claimed Noah while Mr Robinson vo- Â¬ ciferated cut yer capers cut yer capers Finally Robiusou fell Noah mounted him choked him into obedience and raising himself up exclaimed Let us pray again Brudder Johnson git down Be an Angel Tho importance of timeliness in per- Â¬ sonal effort for the good of souls was ef- Â¬ fectually learned by a city ministers wife the other day She was entertaining tho infant class in her parlor Among the infants was a sweet little cherub with flowing brown curls largo blue eyes fair complexion and de- Â¬ spite her blue silk dress and long sash a Tney pure heovenliness of expression had just sung I want to be an angel and had returned to their sport And now to begin tho loving lure for that young soul already to mortal view so near tho pearly gate the good woman held out her hands with tho most winning grace and asked in her softest tones Dora dear do you want to bo an an- Â¬ Looking up from her suddenly gel i lnierrupieu game iuu mujutui hos- Â¬ slightly took down her fascinated Oh go to grass tess with the outburst don t bother uonrrcaaiionausi I Want to three-year-o- ld Narrow Escapes Sometimes when I look back over my life I am amazed to see how tho pages of its record are dotted with hair breadth escapes I escaped tho dangers and hardships of tho Revolutionary war by waiting until the war had been over about sixty years bsforo I got born PCOBM j Alike Tho twin daughters of John Ramsey of Lexington Ky are so accurately alike as to puzzle even their parents in determining their identity Not only are their features exactly alike but they aro tho samo size same height same figure same weight to witliin half a pound They aro now in their 11th year have never been sick nor separated for any length of time are in the samo classes study from ono book are both remark- Â¬ ably sprightly quite handsome and each devoted to the other The most remarkable feature in the case is the fact that they have never had tho slightest variation hi weight from birth to the present time They are named Mary and Martha fast asleep The Indestructibility or Matter Anv other members of your family Tho indestructibility of matter can be lying town were here readily demonstrated says the Scientific Well if my brother-in-laAmerican by preparing a couple of I expect he would be lying down in the glass tubes of equal weight each being court house Ho is a lawyer unless he tilled with pure oxygen and containing has reformed recently Galveston iVewa a few particles ot caroon tree irom apÂ¬ preciable amount of ash that prepared from fine loaf sugar gives very good re- Â¬ sults The tubes are of precisely equal weight and are hermetically sealed By heating ono of them the charcoal is More to Me than Cold- canced to burn and ultimately to disap- Â¬ IMO pear the tube and contents however Ma n R Sirnxj WiuoiK Mass March 7 still to balance tho are of course found I wish lo inform you what Tiornn has done form I have been troubled with Erysipelas Humor for mor other tube which has not been heated than thine yesrs in my limbs and other parts cf my lieing of precisely the samo weight as bodr and hare been a great snflerer I commenced tak Â¬ ing VFETtit one year ago last August and can truly say it was at first It has done more for me than any other medicine I seem w When the Brooklyn Theater burned I When the yellow was in Burlington fever broke out in New Orleans I was in and immediately skipped Minnesota out for Canada When I was a boy at school ono day all tho boys in school were flogged all round for robbing an apple orchard and the flogging didnt do a bit of good for every beggar of them had the cholera morbus all that night just the same And I I was attending another school twenty threo miles distant When all of my brothers and sisters were down with the scarlet fever I was down South in the army and when I read the letters from home I laughed aloud to think of my great good fortune and that I would only nave to bo shot at onco or twice a week instead of having to take medicine threo times a day When a man comes to the office with a little bill nine times out of ten I am out And if by some aston Â¬ ishing blunder I am in then indeed I am more unfortunate but the man is in Jiurdctle no better luck than before in the Hawk Eye About Lying was you when the first shot Where asked a Galveston lawer was fired I was lying down on the sofa Where was your husband Ho was lying down on tho back gal- Â¬ lery And your children where were they They wero lying down on the bed ClRiliEDY FOB RHEUMATISM I Neuralgia Sciatica Lumbago Backache Soreness of the Chest Gout Quinsy Sore Throat Swell ings and Sprains Burns and Scalds General Bodily Pains Tooth Ear and Headache Frosted Feet and Ears and all other as a Kemedy A trial entails but trifling outlay of 50 Cents and every one suffering with pain can have cheap and positive proof of Its claims Directions in Eleven Languages BOLD BT ALL DBUGGISTS AUD DEALEB3 Ho Preparation Pains and Aches on earth equals St Jacobs Oit safe aurr simple and cheap External tbe compatirlTry IH MEDI0I5E Vegetine Min THE ONLY MEDICINE That Acts at the Same Time on A VOGELER Baltimore CO ltd XT S At THE LIVER ATHE BOWELS and the KIDNEYS These cre1t In a lake near St Paul tho other day a box was picked up containing two hu Â¬ man heads and there is great excite- Â¬ ment Wo do not see why there should be great excitement The probability is tliat though human heads were plenty boxes were scarce and the man put the two in ono box to economize It may not have been very good taste bnt we cannot see any reason to get excited be Â¬ cause our ideas of propriety differ from those of other people We have not all been brought up alike Pecks Sun The cheapest method to cheat the undertaker who is generally around when Coughs and is to buy and use Dr Bulls Colds prevail Cough Syrup It always cures to be perfectly free fnoiu this hhmor and can recomm nd it to etery one Would not be without this medicine tis more to methsn gold and I feel it will prore a blessÂ¬ ing to others as it has to me j era ordotue ivstcm u utucyvroricireiinc3iin tney occouie ciokecu pencci win omes are the natural cleans Tours mot resperlfnlly M as DAVID CTA RK J BENTLEY M D says It has done wore good than all Medical Treatment Xawsraajtrr Ost Ma IT EStetitvs Boston Maw Sir I hare sold dnring the pant Feb 9 1S0 arcaazai aiscoses are sure to xouow wiui TERRIBLE SUFFERING Biliousness Headache Djspepsla Jaun Â¬ dice Constipation and Plies or Kid Uey Complaints Gravel Diabetes Sediment In the Urine Silky or Eopx Trine or Eheu matte Pains and Aches are developed becanse the blood Is poisoned with the humors - that ihould hare been expelled rutuiaiifi1 year a consiOerablo nnintity of your VrcmsK and I believe in all cases it satUfaction In one cae a delicate young lady has giren of about seventeen vesrs wns much benefited by its nie Her parents Informed me that it had done her more goudÂ¬ than all the medical treatment to which she had previ ously been subjected Yours xespectfollv J BEXTLET MD dar The preachershavobecomefriends Little Rock Gazette Feeing tho Walter Had pourboires been known in the time of the Pharoahs they would cer- I rlttlr plagues of Egypt It is nowadays im- Â¬ to take tho possible to go anywhere slightest refreshment liquid or solid without being obliged to tip tho gar con who in reality docs not profit one whit by our generosity In most cafes and restaurants these pourboires form an additional sourco of re enuo for the proprietor who not only does not pay his waiters but even levies blackmail on the gratuities thoy receive This is not all however Li n well known cafe not a hundred miles from tho Place do 1 Opera the owner finding that his garcousmado too much by their tips resolved on sharing them with the latter His plan is as follows Every morning the garcons severally purchase a certaiu nnmber of jelons at different prices and with them pay beforehand for the refreshments The ingen- Â¬ ordered by tho customers ious patron iu question has hit ve hear on the idea of making his waiters pay him with tho jetons or counters at the rate of fifty five centimes for every fifty worth ordered by the cus I centimes tomer in this way it the latter reirams from giving more than tho traditional two sous the garcon gets only one sou for himself and if no pourboire is be- Â¬ stowed he has to give his master one sou out of his own pocket H this plan is generally adopted by restaurant keepers it is very easy to understand why the garcons occasionally make mistakes in T lll Manitoba This than which perhaps there is not to be found a more inhospitable region below tho latitude of Greenland is pic- Â¬ tured as a Northern paradise and ren- Â¬ dered magnificently attractive on paper A flat country almost without timber f V 11nr swent dnripCLJlia-g- Sy ciu by surcharged with snow and sleet called in tho expressive blizzards phrase of tho denizens frozen during tho winter hard as an ice Â¬ berg and to a fearful depth and deluged with water in the spring it possesses many attractions for an Esquimaux Horses and cattlo faro poorly in Mani Â¬ toba since if thoy escape the loss of Abigail 8 Coles of lloorestovm Burlington Eighteen months ago I had N J says dropsy around tho heart My physicians and friends dispaircd of my ever getting well The first bottle of Hunts Bcmedy gave mo great relief I feel I owe my very existence to Hunts remedy and I am deeply thankful Trial size 75 cents Co London doctors are recommending the use in England of light beers like those of Austria and Southern Germany Owe 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doubtless pleasant enough during tho brief summer and a returned explorer gives it as his opinion that tho land is propuctivc although he found it difficult to reach a correct conclusion in regard to it in the spring while it was several inches under water Canadian Letter in Cincinnati Gazette Malt Bitters are a Blood Brain and Nerve food peculiarly adapted to and warmly recommended by our druggists and physicians for General Debility Mental and PhyDtcal Ex- Â¬ haustion Hysteria Nervousness Sleeplessness Emaciation and Dropsy Wilhoft Fever and Ague Tonic Tho old reliable remedy noiv sells at one dollar Correct yonr habits of crooked walking by using Lyons Patent Metallic Heel Stiffeners dr n will be lent postpaid from date to Jan 1st next for 10 cents This trial subscription will enable read era to be come acquainted with the cheapest metro Â¬ politan weekly la the VA Independent In politics all the news correct market report six completed stories In every luce Afavor lte family paper Send 10 cents silver at onco1 and get It rtnlll 1581 Jan Eleven trial subscriptions lor 100 Regular price Is 71 eta a year Address Lawnon Victor ProprietorF Weekly The Chicago Weekly News CENTS TO AIT 1 lUiUauiaUiad J ON 30 DAYS TRIAL Jlleh We will send our Electro Voltaic Bells and otbe Electric Appliances npnn trial tor thirtj dava to thos afflicted with Aermus IMUUm and duewxtof a perianal nature Also or the laser Kiduevs Rheumatism Pa ralvsi Ac A sure cure cvitrantifd or no rry Address C-o- MaraluUl avreek 12 adaval homecssllf made Cpetlv Outfit free Addreaa Taca Co Augusta Maine TEAR and PXpriutM ta On t fit Fre Address P tiivbux Aiiziwa Maine m yi ur wn town Terra and Outfit free Adtlrrm II IIalxktt A CO Portland Maine 579 Yoltaleltelt 66 a neck 7 7 7sf Buggies for IheTRAPE TERRITORY cireo Cincinnati EvrEamisE carriage co O dialogue FREE News Chicago 111 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rVS 7 i ably 1000 years old on analysis yeilded tho following results Volatile fatty acids calculated as butyric G per cent soluble fatty acids not volatile 42 per cent insoluble fixed fatty acids 9948 per cent glycerol minute traces The insoluble fatty acids contained 9 per cent oleic acid and 910 per cent stearic and palmitic acids An older sample of an- Â¬ cient butter was taken some time ago from an Egyptian tomb It dates from abont 400 or 600 years before Christ It was contained in a small alabaster vase and had apparently been poured in while the customers chance La Press in a melting state In appearance color smell and taste it corresponds closely Knowledge in Old Times with slightly rancid butter Analysis Some of the early nations attained n showed that tho sample had not underknowledge of science and skill in art gone any notable decomposition which were lost in tho subsequent ages Wendell Phillip famous lecture on The rirnrai wi of Hop When the bod vis Lowed with pain an intense Tho Lost Arts ought to make us for relief bringH hope modest and less inclined to boast of our longingsuffering but does not This may bright- Â¬ cure At a time en the it own superiority this how welcome ia such a friend as Wa- Â¬ like In a recent lecture before the Geo- Â¬ rners Safe Kidney and Liver Core bringing graphical Society Judge Daly paid a hope health and happiness and the joys of a tribute to the knowledge of the old renewed life They were well acquaint- Â¬ Babylonians His Garden ed with the heavens catalogued the Hewenttothebackdoorand there saw stars and named the constellations of his waking They traced tho suns course through his garden the pride of his dreams hours and the subject twelve signs of the zodiac and di the office like an vided time into weeks months and years looking the door editors said He sat step Of all They speculated on the connection of down on of tongue orand the saddest pen the weather with the change ftUthe sod words heavenly bodies and thought the phases are these I keep a hen of the moon had a subtle influence A remarkable cure effected in a stub- Â¬ They noted the spots on tho sua and seemed to have possessed telescopes as born case is thus recordedby our Bem Layard found a crystal lens amoig the ville correspondent to whom the invalidÂ¬ ruins of Ninevelu It is interesting to made the statement which he gives as folknow that they had a seventh cay of lows Mrs Jacob Sunday of Jefferson rest corresponding to our Sabbath and Township was for several years a severe sufferer and under the treatement enacted rigorous rules for keeping it She grew worse of good physicians Exchanue and was confined to tho house for three months unable to walk and hardly able Marrying for Money to sit or lie Several weeks ago she re- Â¬ There never was a timo when haresseB solved to try tho Hamburg Drops Very so great a demand or when shortly after sho had taken a dose of tho wero in worldly mammas smiled more approv- Â¬ remedy sho experienced relief and was ingly on tho attentions of profoerous able to walk across the room She con- Â¬ young men to their daughters This tinued to take the medicine and recently fact has been very plainly shown at all declared herself entirely cured and is tho watering places this summer In able to attend to ner uany worn as wen truth the demand is so activo aid so as when seventeen years of ago ReadÂ¬ manifest that what supply there is grows ing Pa Times fc Dispatch shy and wealth is tending to ally itself with wealth both to strengthen its posi Â¬ Yes I am to bo married my dear tion and to eacapo merely mercenary friend The young lady is pretty and Whero there is money importunities very clever yet she can not play tho on both sides it is felt that matrinony that is her only fading is Youngmen piano forteshould call that a blessing is safer and perhaps it It Why I who are on tho hunt for heiresses do not Hear mo certainly no fault deserve to bo encouraged and yomg is Sho can not play tho pinno women who put a money price on tleir through yet sho alwayB insists on playaffections may well bo left among the forte and ing unsold goods Steamboat life and Ha Danrrn Among the recent materialized visitors In a recent interesting article upon tho at tho Lake Pleasant Spiritualist camp palmy days of steamboat life on the Mis Â¬ meeting were Georgo Washington sissippi hi which special mention is mado Abraham Lincoln Edwin M Stanton of Capt Chas N Com of Louisville Gen Thomas Jim Fisk and an aal and tho statement of his cure after years cient Persian nearly seven feet high of suffering with Rheumatism by St Jacobs Oil our exchange says Such in- Â¬ Sin Thomas Hesketii says thom dorsements coming from our own peo- Â¬ Francisco Chronicle is engaged tojo ple leavo no doubt that tho emphatic married to Juiss Jblora daughter of claims made in tho interest of St Jacobs United States Senator Sharon of Ne Oil ore full justified Louisville Ky vada Commercial Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I NrirYork lVltlieu SabbatH Krndlnir Butter Three Thousand Years Old Gciuorioef rj axe excellent Get samples bee Â¬ A sample of 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