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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- - vfeEk i fT1 -pi- -v J II t rUBIJSnKD KVERT FEIDAT BY 1 V r Jos PITH A5D POEiT The most popular cure among poli-Â¬ ticians The suie cure The first American inscription put up Â¬ on ihe obelisk will be Post no Bills He sleeps where he fell says a late ballad which suggests that he must have been drunk What a beautiful thing is a rosy cheek I How great the contrast when the blush settles on the nose Mary my love this Husband apple-d- I STREET HICKSIAX OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING KY CLINTON THE HICKMAN i COURIER - GEOBG K WAEEEN Eaitor 4 Tlio Oldest Newspaper inVcstcrn Koiituclcy V Price of Subscription 2 iL Z ESTASHSSD bVorfchHlf fiftccn SSttitnS V ffiflhPSMJLlirnTfed2iplT0tth0 - 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 22 know thatNcommerco and business aro tho greatest civihzcrs of the world that it is abso- ininiv necessary to commercial interests that there should bo bonds of rriendRhip as far as possible between tho two contracting nations or parties Can wo expect to maintain with the people of the South those cordial business make money unless wo hato them friendly to ns friendly hi fcoujlg and ready to associate with us And what Is tns nature or tho South Â¬ ern people in respect to the business which they do They are agricultural people They produco the great staples that bring tho world to the market to buy They fill New York with great bouics or staple products They supply the manurac lor export torics of tho North with tho product which they will manufacture They deal with ns and If wo but cultivate them they must do it Agricultural communities must always spend their moucy In manufacturing and Mercantile They aro not both as a mlc It commtulitiefi is difficult for them to bo agricultural and mcr csntiic and commercial at tho samo time Now tho South is a purely agricultural region Cot- Â¬ ton tobacco hemp rice sugar and all tho fruits or tho season thoy produce in great wo not ueny ourselves wnen wo quantities fail to stimulate them to tho pica test produc- Â¬ tion when wo fail to press them to do all that they can do in tho way or increasing tho wealth or tho country Let tho Republicans cry out that tho Democratic party is an enemy to tho beet interests or tho countrv They say and they turn their races backward to say tliat they aro tho authors of tho business prosperity of tho country What effrontery The business prosperity of tho country is jnst beginning as that party is sinking to decay They have laid a great incubus upon tho business of the conntry so long as tliey have maint ined this sectional irritation and animosity Just in pro- Â¬ portion as the Republican party is fading away from this land in that proportion aro business interests reviving Is the Democratic party not safe to bo trusted with tho business interests of the country Who compose who load it Who are the great exemplars of Democratic raRli How shall we know and business sagacity better than by looking around us in tho comÂ¬ munity in which we live and I mako no invidr lorn distinction when I pomt in your own com mnuhy as men whom you would probably reel safe to trust your business with to Potter Palmer or Marshall Field or Mr lieitcr or Mr Smith and many others whom I might name Can yon not trust yourself with the hope that those men are willing to trust themselves and their all with How is it with such men ns Does ho Alexander Mitchell in my own State not know where his business interests lead him Where are the men of conspicuous business in- Â¬ telligence conspicuous business Bagacitv and wisdom in the Republican party that will out- Â¬ number the great business men of the Demo- Â¬ cratic party Whero are the men that will out Â¬ weigh them either hi money or intelligence desultory remarks which 1 am mawng In tho to you I shall take the liberty to call your at- Â¬ tention to something that was said by 3Ir Conkling last night I picked np his speech in the papers after I left Harvard on the irr in toÂ¬ day and I noticed a m st ingenious and skillful appeal and I wish particularly to call your at- Â¬ tention to I noted that ho pnt forth argu- Â¬ ments which I havo alluded to to night that tho South would control if the Democratic par Â¬ tv elected Hancock and then he proceeded to intimate that the Southern States represented in the payment of duties or internal revenues or receipts of the Postoflice Department no such portion of the country as they would rep Â¬ resent if in control How ingeniously he put that Observe firtt that he counted as the South the entire sixteen States including Maryland Delaware West Virginia Kentucky and Missouri which were not seceded States He counted those in in order to make np 10S possible members of Congress that they might Democrats They are not all elect He bnt ho assumed they would be might havo carried his assumption a lit- Â¬ tle further Ho tl en said they make up 133 electoral votes Now ho said what is their business relation to tho country And then ho crydcftlvdrops tlio Vixtctn Stales which ho put together when ho computed their power and proceeds to deal in respect to tho business situation with the elevtn States that had seceded And how unfair that comparison It is unfair all the way through Those eleven seceded States were as I have already said tro ldeu under foot by tho armies of tho North stripped impoverished desolated They have had these years ana they1 have all been necessary to regain their homes to ro establi3h industries to re establish business How could it be expected that in that timo they should compcto with tho great prosperous North which had made money even out of their very calamities Now just look at the manner in which ho makes his computation He says that tho South imported last year only one forty third of all the imports of tho country Bi that computation he counts twelvo States Ho could just as well count West Virginia which docs not import at all Why is thcro anything very dreadful about that Let mo count twelvo Slates North He says the Southern States paid 2445505 of duties on imports to tho United Stiles Why let ns take Colorado Iowa Kansas Michigan Minne- Â¬ sota Nebraska Nevada Wisconsin Indiana Vermont New Hampshire and Oluo twelve States They number 98 electoral votes whilo tho twelve States ho named havo but just 100 And probably thoy didnt pay altegcthcr though Ohio may havo paid some Cincinnati and Cleveland and possibly Toledo a very small amount they probably didnt pay altogether in import duties to tho United States half as much as thoso twelve States South I could not get the figures in tho short timo I had this evening So with internal revenue He says tho South and there again ho is speaking only of tho twelve States tho South has paid now see how ingeniously ho puts that ho does not give us any one year as ho did before the South has paid since the war one sixth of all tho internal revenue col-Â¬ lected Is that a theory that they aro to be Why didnt he include Ken- Â¬ reproached with tucky Missouri Maryland and Delaware if he was going to draw a fair parallel between tho internal revenue they pay and the political power which he says they exercised The Chi- Â¬ cago Times with accustomed acutencss struck at that in its editorial of to day Kentucky paid in one year 7G038G2 Wisconsin paid 45000000 Vermont paid 50000 and even the glorious State wluch lias but lately slipped from the grasp ot Blaine paid 75000 If you were to put together tho States with which ho was drawing the comparison I think it would appear tliat in the last year of the collection of internal revenue they paid their full proportion according to their political power But it is a most unjust mode of inqniry Why are wo to diB tribnto political power and there I am only re peating the argument in the newspaper aro we ohtical power according to in- Â¬ to distribute ternal revenue If so Illinois demands her share for she paid 4000000 more internal revenue last year than even the StatoofNew the impoverished South wlihli had Hji destroyed almost to the last milo hi the armies Of the Union ill tho nwnaanrr nrnuv cntionof the war Ho complains of a dispro- Â¬ portion In tho deposits or tho savings or tho poor people the workingmen Ho says bnt a small proportion is deposited in tho South I suppose that the freedmen of tho country reniemler the history of the Freedmens Sav lnas Bank Artdtheh at last he arraigns the Almighty for he contrasts tho mineral products of tho Sonth wjth the mineral products of tho West and North and puts it as a fault upon tho Sonthcrt people that in palczoio ages the gold and sura of this country were not deposited South railroad- 1880 YOL XLrN0 J - 4 ii nothalf done Wife Well finish it then my dear was a young housekeeper who set the cake she had baked for a picnic out of door one cold night to be frosted umpling It HOPE IN HATE Ool Yilas Applies Howdl n0Tr t happen What i V0 the Ax to the 8otrLltta1JadtCIuthoSte80f OTLtothnnnMvndftthcydcliTerelthcn Boot of Eepublican Claims to Successa Tho was tho opportunity How have they nued Almost immediately thereafter the soldiers it cf he Union disbahded ahd returned to Ihdr 1 teSKSST Parly Charged with Anchoring Its Hope o a Continuance of Sectional Hatred Great Speech of Hon W F Vilas of Wisconsin Hall Chicago at IHcCoriuick Perry H Smith Jr escorted CoL Yilas to the front of Uio platform and introduced him oFCmcAOoj It is with great pleasure as President of this Chicago Demo cratic Clnb that I have the honor to snnonncc that we shall hear to night ono or tho grandest orators that is within the confines of our grand rcDuhlir ITellow dUzcns we hare a most momentous duty to perform theso next few weeks It lias been charged that respectability was all with the Republican party As I look about theso falleries and see theso fair women and these I cannot bnt believe my friends that in spite of the hireling press of the ReÂ¬ publican party tho lie is sufficiently given to that charge to night My friends not only is respectability with Democracy but I tell yon that tho cause of humanity tho cause of right as opposed to that which is wrong the cauc of truth tho causo of pure administration and the caiise of sound government is with Democracr and Gen Han- Â¬ cock of Pennsylvania My friends it is not my province to detain you this evening I am not upon the pro- Â¬ gramme for a speech and I know that vou will willingl v let mo go when I introduce to you CoL W F Vilas of Wisconsin On rising to respond Col Yilas was greeted with three cheers and prolonged applause Ho spoke as follows Mb Fubisdkxt axd GextE3tex or Cni caoo DiarocBATic Cixb axd Fellow the Citizexs or CmcAOo I wish in appearing before you to mako the first political address to which I have been called this faU that I might feel that I was better prepared to offer homcthing worthy of your consideration that I might not rather feel bound to crave your indulgence than to ex- Â¬ cite your expectations There aro two modes in which a political speaker can address his audit nco the one to appeal to sound judgment and good sense the other to appeal to the prejudices and passions of humanity The latter is the more captivat Â¬ ing It gains tho applanse or the hour and brings quicker return But that course does not ho open to me There are two reasons why it should not Le pursued the one because it is more profitable to pursue the other and a more effective reason because I could not if I would purcue the latter It is our boast that we are a sovereign people and ft is true in a splendid sense Xo Kin no satrap no family of rulers take with their blood the birthright of dominion over their American fellow men Every man is entitled to his equal rights under the law The great gymnasium of public trial is open to all Any may cuter equip himself for the struggle and secure tho prize which he is competent to win So in our theory every officer depends for his title to his office upon a right which he has by the suffrages of his fellow citizens He can have no better right ho can have no other right The Presi Â¬ dent or the United States equal hi rank and in dignity with the Kings and throned powers of other lands the members of our houses of Congress who are not surpassed in the respect- Â¬ able position they occupy by any Parliament or Diet in tho world stand upon no better founda- Â¬ tion for their title Uieir right to office than the constable or the town and countr boards But although that be true there is a great differ Â¬ ence in the effective voice which tho people can direct towards their servant in power Tho voice of the people is immediate and potential in our lesser affairs We may direct matters of town and neighborhood concern by an almost immediate appeal to tho popular voice but as to matters of State and national concern the people cannot express their voice ho directly uponthfin They aro limited they are obliged to choose as in this election you aro obliged to choose between two part ics and two men Yon can not express your opinion upon all the mul Â¬ titudinous questions which agitate the public mind and for which tho public needs cry out a decision You must consider where the balance upon the whole lies what is tho controlling important issue which abovo all others as between tho parties demands your decision and it is our duty carefully and painstakinglv to scrutinize the claims of tho two parties it is our duty also to bring to bear upon the char- Â¬ acters ot the two candidates the full glare of public gaze that we may know their characters Applause It does not need a very discriminating eye to nee that there is no issue of administration or finance which is defined between tho two great political parties Both make their claims to economy both have made records upon that subject and in the ranks of both parties there is a general feeling in favor of sound govern- Â¬ ment wise administration and a proper and economical saving of public money applying it only to those matters to which it rught right- Â¬ fully to bo applied So as between both parties there is now quite a direct line of dcmaika tion drawn as against the Greenback party which is the third one that occupies any posi Â¬ tion before the public Our Republican friends in the North are very free to as crt that they escape tho folly of Greenbackinn and within a few months perhaps they ha c claimed to cut loose from it in the North yet for a long time they have sought their votes with as much as Â¬ siduity as any others and only recently wc have perceived the spectacle of their go-Â¬ ing into almost every Southern State to demand the union of Greenback ism and Republicanism in the Southern States in opposition to tho Democratic party there The great champion of the Greenback party their candidate for President only re cently returned to fill Republican newspapers with his outcries of the same character of those who had employed him and sent him there He only recently went to Maine to distract the councils of the opposition and endeavor as it would appear so far as his action was con- Â¬ cerned to present that union of parties in op- Â¬ position to this great enemy of the republic the Republican party which has but recently resulted in such a victory We can draw no issue upon the financial question So it is upon tho tariff question The candidate of the Republican party who in an hoar of honest conviction joined the Cob den Club of free traders finds it a matter or no difficulty to reconcile that foolishness with sup-Â¬ port cJ protective tariffs And we in tho West who haie bo long been made the victims ot unjust discriminations in the levy of our customs duties find that wo get no redress from any appeal that is pnt forward The Republican party fastened upon ns the tariff and the Democratic party have not been able to relieve us of it although I seo that in his speech delivered last night in New iork Mr Conkhng says when they get into power they will So it is with the Chinese question with which both parties bait their hook on the Pacific coast and with tho labor question in respect to which both are ready to promise enactments which no Legislature coula possibly provide All these questions or finance and business and administration are questions which must await decision for overshadowing them all rising beyond them all In importance dominating and controlling the political scene is the great issue or sectionalism between the North and South Until that question is disposed or and disposed or forever in tho only way in which it can be by the destruction or tho Republican party the business interests ot tho country must wait Questions or administration and finance aro of less importance they arc or temporary con- Â¬ cern This question goc to the existence and perpetuity ot our republican institutions And what is the aspect which that question to which I ask your attention more particularly to night presents to tho intelligent and honest citizen who desires to cast Ids i oto in favor of the right They bay Uiat tho South is solid and they speak of it as an offence Who is responsible for that offense Who committed it if it be an offense And indeed the continu- Â¬ ance of it will most certainly bo so What do they they mean by it in tho first place Wo 6hall better understand what it is ir we first deÂ¬ fine it little What is tho unification or tho South It im only that unification which I trust but a few weeks will bring to nass in tho North the nnificaticc of a preat inajoritv of the people in opposition to th Jteiiiiblican partv That is the solidity or the Keith That is the offense of theSouth that they oppoto th Bamblicau Â¬ asd Democrats USdlh8LcBnSubsl- - They asked no re but that reward which was duo to them from the cratitudo or their fellow mon that consciousness of well doing which fills tho heart with a greater reward than anv which men can bestow Thcv retired to theirhomes Tho lion had secured tho qnarry and the jack Â¬ als devoured it They let loose upon tho peo- Â¬ ple or tho South vthst Such a svslem of government as amounted to nothing more than plunder Tho people or tho Ponth were in that attitude wheh cvtry course that could lo de Â¬ manded by their hopo was also demanded by the interests of tho North pnciQcallon quiet rest Good government cheap econ- Â¬ omical government they Fhqnld havd had Then they nllgllt haVO liinicd to the arts of peace and have striven to build up tkeir fort- Â¬ unes their homes and their industries But how were they treated The fioedmen wore given a ballot and then tho freedmen and their ballots wcro delivered over to the carpet Â¬ baggers who went thcro from tho North Tlicy pnt themselves in dominion over the Southern people And what was the effect Wcro tho Southern people in a condition whero they could have received good government Lei me answer that first bv reading the language of the great soldier who hud led our army to vic- Â¬ tory He ought to know for ho made a special and particular tour of observation with tho view of finding out tho condition and senti Â¬ ments of the peoplo of tho South I read but a word Gen Grant said in December 1665 My observations lead me to tho conclusion that tho citizens of the Southern States aro anxious to return to self government within the Union as soon as possiblo that whilo reconstructing they want and require protection from the Gov- Â¬ ernment that they are in earnest in wisliing to do what they think is required by the Govcni mentj not humiliating to them as citizens and that if snch a course was poiuted out they wonld pursue it in good faith It is to bo regretted that there cannot be a greater commingling at this timo between the citizens of thetwobcc tions and particularly or those intrusted with the law mi king power They were ready to puisne the conrse or olxxlient citizens in good faith says Gen Grant How were they dealt with Such a course of government as I think1 probably this ch ilized century has nevet seen ouUide the realms of the Tmk was put upon that people And I can portray that m authoritathe language too language which my Republican friends must admit comes from a source that from them is entitled to resect Gen Carl Schnrz said of tho treatment which tho Southern people received A system of robbery and ruinous govern Â¬ ment ensued which has haruly a parallel in history Most ot these Southern States were with incredible rapidity burdened with enor- Â¬ mous debts without any equivalent Scores ot millions disappeared as if by magic in theca paciuus darkness of private pockets Impover- Â¬ ished as those States were by war they were now tripped naked production diminished and incredible as it may seem while the rctt of the country was progressing prosperously the value of real property in many of theso Stales appeared in the census of 1870 arter the five yea re of peace rar below the censuseor 18G0 Such has been the effect ot so called carpet bag government in the South Who is responsible for this Those govei nments were and are carried on in the name and under tho auspices of the Republican party Gentlemen however the severity ot justice may declaro that tho people or the South brought upon themselves the calamities they suffered I appeal to every human I eing if they i icuui nuiuij ui yuy m uieir niisionuues I It 1 IM i jluiu uuubcv mu uau ucsiroycii uu Ti1 tliat remained were desolate desoato in tho external and desolate in all the comforts of the hearth Their yonng men had been killed in great numbers their land was full of graves their fields had been swept by the tread of arÂ¬ mies they had been ra aged in tho nceessary support of those armies which had goner gainst them their industries wcro paralyzed their business was utterly gone there was cothing left for them but toil and a disheartening pros- Â¬ pect of toil Who but would have said however severe the dictates of justice might be that they were not entitled to commiseration Within fie years that people bowing their headstothc Gov- Â¬ ernment whie h the North had sent upon them found thcirStates involved in over 200000000 of debt beyond what they had previously suf-Â¬ fered to accrue Tho money went for nothing They had too a government of ignoranco and vice put over them redeemed by no intelli- Â¬ gence but tho cunning of crime Was it not timo that they should act Was it not time when they wero given the ballot and told to take care of themselves that they should use it Would you accept them as worthy com- Â¬ peers ot your own in a republican government it they would not attempt for themselves to re-Â¬ deem their land from such a rule How could they redeem themselves from that misrule bnt by antagonizing tho Republican party To them the Republican party stood for all man Â¬ ner of bad government for all manner of vice plunder robbery and rapine of every disruption in governmental affairs There was no other course for them to take but to stand up against the Republican party One by ono thoso States havo emerged from that rule and it is the most significant com- Â¬ ment and it is tho most significant condemnation of tho government which had been put upon them that ono by one as they have emerged from that rule they have become peaceable orderly and respectable In Georgia where first there was an escape made you havo heard comparatively nothing or tho complaints or Southern outrage you have heard nothing ot the intimidation ot voters or or bulldoz Â¬ a new name introduced in our politics in ing the last few years You have heard only as Republican rulo continnod those statements from our Republican adcmric i Loauiana and South Carolina which have at last escaped from the clntchcs or these men who held them down have been the last to be complained of They have been tho last to be the scenes of violence and even there in those States we hear of nothing this year Wo do not see our presses fillled with tho cry of Southern outrage It ws the straggle of an intelligent and a good peoplo to put down wicked and bad government oer them Ah but they say all this means nothing aud stands for nothing They say tho South is still disloyal and the Democratic party is disloyal What is it What do they mean by loyalty The Democratic party outnumbers the Rgwiu lican party or it did four years ago can say how much now Four years ago it out- Â¬ numbered the Republican party a quarter of a million of votes Who can tell now tho deluge which is about to flow over our Republican friends But the Democratic party is tho great majority ot the people of this country To whom are they disloyal What is lovaltv Oh but they sav the Kontli What is fidelity is disloyal and some of our Republican friend actually think that Hancock himself is pretty near a rebel What is disloyalty What is meant by it I will notwearyyon much further by reading tho langnago of others but I do deÂ¬ sire to read you right upon that question the language of that great warrior who has given luster to our arms such as no man has ever given betorc and such as I trust no man will ever havo occasion to give again laugua go which he made uso ot after he had held tho most exalted positions in his country and after ho had visited the entire world comjaring their Governments with ours What docs ho sav upon the loyalty of tho peoplo of the South This very year last April at Blootnington he said I passed from Philadelphia to Florida on my way to Havana and on my return camo via Texas from Mexico thus passing through all the rebellious States and it will bs agreeable to all to know that hospitality was tendered me at every city through which I passed and accepted in nearly all of them by me In most ot tho cities upon tho reception committees side bv side were men that wore tho bluo and mch that wore tho gray and the reception addresses were made in part by thoso who woro the bluo and thoso who woro the gray Wo hato no reason to doubt that those who wore tho gray will fulfill all they havo promised in lojalty to the flag of the nation Ah but they say they aro only waiting to get control of this Government in order that they may accomplish the cause or the war on their part Now docs that mean anything but non- Â¬ sense What is it that was the cause ot tho war on their part They were divided from us by the institution of slavery in their midst and they made that a cause of war or a causo of seces- Â¬ sion from us They had two purposes ir wo can see anything of their purposes in their acts and declarations ono was tocstabhsh a separate Government and tho other was to maintain the institution of slavery Is thcro a man that now believes that the institution or slavery is to be restored 111 this land Have wo not a constitutional amendment adopted through all proper and requisite formu of Wahl Ot victory frnI -- 1 1 M aa Jory action accepted by everybody declared acccpt b the repeaW platrorms of tho Democratic P01111 SyOen Hancock himself again in acceptance kttcr mo who could bo fonnd 1M Morigh to go into either house of R0- to amend constitution of the United RLitm un r to admit slavery Does anybody belioYo that if BUCll an infant idiot were tb mako his Bilpcaiarico in that bddy a party cBuId bo found that would pass it there And if it should by any pcradventuto escape that body tliat three rourths of tho Legisbtures of the States of this Union would adopt it It U so with secession Who can imagine a man bold enough to propose again in tho face of all that has passed to secede again from tho United States The man whoso nerves are affrighted by snch an argument as that wonld find some calm and quiet in a good course of delirium tremens Ah but they Bay that tho South will control Hancock They tried rather ineffectually once Rut tliat seems to mako no difference to tho minds of bomo of bur people They do not hesiLito td say that they think tho Democratic party of the North will bo governed by tho Democratic partv of tho South or tliat scg THciit of the party which Uvea in the South Vthy stop and think a moment If you count all tho sixteen States who upheld tho institu- Â¬ tion or slavery as tho South although bnt eleven of them seceded from tho Union for West Vir Â¬ ginia as a State never seceded but as a loyal portion or a seceding State it immediately or-Â¬ ganized into a separate and Union loving State and ought not to bo classed with those who did secede but it you count the sixteen States to- Â¬ gether how many men in them all voted for Tildcn and Hendricks Why 2000000 in round numbers How many in the North voted for Tildcn and Hendricks 2234000 But treat it fairly The States that are to be put under a ban arc certainly not thoso which did not secede and if yon count up only the voters in tho eleven States which did secede you have only 1084000 who voted for Tilden and Hendricks against 3200000 in tho other States who voted for Tildcn and Hendricks W 111 tho tail waggle tho dog Ah but they sayyoumustconslderthatthese men will be a majority in Congress j that they have a greater proportion of tho representa Â¬ tives in Congress and that therefore they have a majority in the caucus Well that is a very poor argument for them to make because they can relieve themselves on that subjsct in ono moment in the best way in the world by voting Tor Democratic nominees In point of fact the argument is only specious in appearance and is unsound in reality There has been no dictation and no control and none need be feared by the Democrats of tho NorUu They aro not or the class to rear control Bnt let us see how stands the electoral vote They say that is solid against them You take the eleven seceded States and there are but ninety Iivo electoral votes You take the other five States tliat did not secede but which formerly had the iustitulioii of slavery in them and they give 43 votes New York 35 New Jersey 9 Indiana 15 Connecticut 6 and last but by no means least that State from which the sun rises over the land Maine 7 Ninety five to 121 stands tho vote that is assured for Hancock Then they cry out that States rights will be rented and that is a bugaboo that seems to alarm Republican children States rights What are States rights In the senso that States had a right to secede from the Union they need not fear tho Democratic party for upon that subject the Democratic party itself was rent in twain and divided in 18G0 and the entire body of Northern Democrats stood as straight upon that question as ever Republicans dil anywhere and at the very timo they were doing it Republicans all through the land were insisting upon States rights A voices And staying athomcT Yej and staying at home States rights was so dear to them then that they wanted to stay in tho States to defend them mean Do they that disloyalty means favonng secession as a State light over in the neighboring State or Why it is said to day there aro twentv- Indiana fA AM Ab1n lA rt ma iwu uujut uu uuiua uut iuuuy in 1L union army stumping for Hancock and all over this land the veterans of tho army aro forming in clubs for Hancock Why only here and there a few or tho soldiers that remain Republicans can bo gathered to make a company of the Boys in Bine as they call them It Las been shown by figures I wont stop to repeat them thata very large proportion if not kalf or all tho soldiers in tho army who enlisted in bupport ot tho Union wero of Democratic antecedents Gen Butler said tho other day in a speech in Massachusetts that five sixths of thoso ho led out wero Democrats But what is this cry of What docs it mean States rights States There aro no rights of tho States which rights arc not tho rights ot tho peoplo ot the States There is nothing that the people aro entitled to hero under the namo ot States rights but what they aro entitled to hero under the name ot tho people There is no pretext on the part or anybody that tho States can over rido justico aud the law ot the Federal Union the dignity tho majesty or tho Federal constitu- Â¬ tion the rights which tho entire people havo under it except that protest which was set up by our Republican friends before the Electoral Commission that the great seal or the State was conclusive Never was snch a use or State rights made except when it was claimed that they could socedo as was made at that time when it was insisted tliat the great seal of tho State was a protection and a shield for all sorts of rascality After that use of tho old and ex Â¬ ploded theory that the rights of the States or tho rights of tho peoplo of a State could pre Â¬ vail against tho rights of the Union I think our Republican friends had better discontinue talking about tho Democratic party using States rights in a dangerous way But fellow citizens this question of section- Â¬ alism is not to be met by any of theso cries We are not to be frightened by tho theory of Southern claims cither That has been much used to alarm and terrify people It is thor- Â¬ oughly and perfectly exploded by a very few Gen Hancock said it was considerations enough that he accepted the constitutional They bar Southern claims and amendments who is there to suppose in a serious moment that the 3200000 of Democratic voters in the North who voted for Tilden and Hendricks de sire to put their hands in their pocketB to pay men who represent nobody and who have no footing no standing to mike anv claim All the Confederate debts provided that they were contingent upon tho issues of the war they were not duo and payable until six months after the recognition of the Confederate States Will it bo claimed that the Democratic party want to put their hands in their pockets and And the cry that hasten the day of payment there aro claims in Congress which the Demo- Â¬ cratic party are anxious to pay is best met by the record of the two parties on that subject Gen Garfield himself has said more in Con Â¬ gress in ravor or these claims than any Demo- Â¬ crat that ever spoke on that floor and if any ono wants a reference to tho speech I will give it What Now what is meant by sectionalism is Uio aspect in which tliat presents itself I or tho less have only culled attention to some important features or it as it seems to me What is it It is this Wo aro expected to continue under the Republican party as I un dt rstand them for so long a period as they can maintain themselves in power by it wc aro ex pecli d to continue in hostility to the peoplo or the South The war is not to bo done so long as it is necessary for tho Republican partv to remain in power Tho war is to continue with- Â¬ out armies a constant conflict of opinions of Tho danger of this sentiments of feelings course is manifest antagonism begets recrim- Â¬ ination recrimination increases irritation irri- Â¬ tation loads to enmity and enmity to hatred and thus constantly tho action and reaction of antagonizing sentiments increases the exasper- Â¬ ation between the people Snch things lead to anarchy to revolution to war It was long ago announced by tho fathers of this repub- Â¬ lic that sectional parties could bring but one result We need not search the records of We have seen the history of other lands in our own land tho illustration of that danger Wo havo seen in our own land sectionalism lead to war Doubtless with tho example of that conflict iu the memory of men there is no dan- Â¬ ger in our day and generation of a renewed war No man can fear that but when we enter on such a course wo aro making a political mis- Â¬ take a political mfctako which becomes a crimo when you look down tho avenue of tho future and consider the generations that are to come Tho political views of one generation descend to the unhappy posterity of another even to tho fourth and iif th generation as tho crimes of ancestors We run the risk of mak Â¬ ing ourselves criminal to our posterity if wu maintain the seeds of irritation which may by and by flame out again And then remember too it is sectionalism between twoparties ot the country which havo been at war It keeps alive instead or suppressing the bitter memories of past strife But worse than all to us in thU day and generation it is a constant injury to our business We hold ono portion of tho people of this country in subjection in dominion That is the theory of tho Republican party They in the Nortii must control these people in the South as well as in the North And wliile that is going on how are the business interests of the country Do we not all know that we deal affected DowopotaJJ with our friend in business A Y I vjuuLiivukvt niuui lici ui wiu AlurMl Will thercai io off ttvm S1GO000000 PoSlfifiSt11511 U1 185l0l0O9OOO In lRln Tunt tliil thn crude itlf which has evef been brought r njAtsr rtrlAflHtf upon rMF U11CUUO J Wk Tl ficsi thticfliotioa df 11 cent of the rour ports which he has named BostorkNow York Phdadelphla and Baltimore Ho nwjto include Baltimore in tho North to m lJBRttrfcs proportionate Jn 1880 it Is AnoBiar thing Ho says that In 18C0 tho roreigH customs or New Orleans were 22 per KiU A1C 4 vrilowfew--HPnttlcllSo- a iaalt it ili upon me ciiy inai year is selected l suppose without calling attention to th circumstances which made the deficit in their commercial in- Â¬ terests Ho forgot that with their imports they imported that disorder Then another point Observe the manner in which it is put ho speaks of cotton ho says that in 18G0 there wero 8812000 In round num Â¬ bers bales of cotton exported in 1870 but 2005000 in 1880 3810000 and then he says that cotton has stood still Why my friends look at the manner in which that reinforces the argument and I wish I could suggest to some convenient statistician to pursue that inquiry since 1870 sinco tho Republican party in the States or the South was pnt down it has almost doubled the exports of its cotton According to Ins own showing if in ten years since 1870 it has almost doubled its exports what may we not expect In tho next ten years when under honest rule it shall havo a rair chance to de-Â¬ velop that industry Now supposo it wcro all true what does it tend to prove Suppose these observations were right and wero fairly made that the South is not discharging her proportionate financial duty to the United States what does it prove It seems to mo that it proves just what I havo been suggesting that the business interests of tho North demand that the South Â¬ ern States shall bo put under another Govern- Â¬ ment that will enable them to do it I will not however weary you by further recapitulation of theso figures except to show one thing that illustrates the argument I havo just made from his own figures He says that the value of the exports at all the ports of South Carolina was in 180021103000 in 1870 10818000 in 1880 S218CO000 And ho adds as the jnst deduction from these figures Here is stagnation lor twenty voars Is that Does it not show that within the last ten rair years and most ot il has occurred within tho last three or rour within the last ten years South Carolina has doubled her exports PurÂ¬ sue thos6 figures with a proper inquiry into tho details to which they could be drawn and I think they will servo to show that the Republi- Â¬ can party has had control long enough of that region of country But I put this question upon higner grounds than bus ness interests I say that it is a crime against humanity to maintain this sectional On this irritation continent of the West wo have endeavored to set up a republican government a government of liberty and a government of liberty means a government of equal rights Tho sun or liberty quickens man as the natural sun quickens a field or grain Tho myriad shafts rise upon the even bed of earth bathing in tho common balm sanctioned by tho generous heat and lifting to the God of fight tho abundant fruit on every head which His equal justice has given thrai all to bear Republican institu Â¬ tions ha been well said tho last hopo ror the redemption of man must bo main Â¬ tained and can only be maintained when a spirit of fraternity runs through and permeates the citizens of this country We cannot live as a republican government and maintain perpetual war Even in tho household and family where tho ties of blood are nearest we must exercise charity and for- Â¬ bearance or there oftentimes will be discord How much 11 ore so in a broad land whero tho interests aro diverse and peoplo are separated by many miles ot territory must we exercise forbearance and charity and human kindness Tho appeal goes to the better native of men It is an answer from the very heart of every man who has a heart to the taunts and flings that have been hurled against tho unhappy people struggling to lift themselves np again to peace and prosperity and fraternity This ap-Â¬ peal is not to the selfish except it be but an enlightened selfishness which perceives vonr own good in tlie good of your fellow men the appeal is to a higher self Â¬ ishness than that which is looking to the spoils of office which is only considering political questions with the greed and avarice of ixjwcr Tho appeal is to our Christianity to our humanity I remember well somo years ago when tho great men who had formed the Republican party who while it was a party of principle had led it forward from its earliest beginnings lo its Ileal crowning triumphs bvoko from it and said It is time the Union was reÂ¬ stored and business was at hand I remem- Â¬ ber the men in this Stato or Illinois on whoso shoiddcr the right arm ot Lincoln was bid for support ono of whom was his bosom friend and tho executor of his will your Senator in Congress to day David Davis Another was a member or his Cabinet Mr Browning AnÂ¬ other was in the Senate or the United States and is to day your champion in this State of humanity and liberty Lyman Trumbull I could namo others Yon remember those men You have marked their course They dropped the nenublican party when it abandoned the Srinaples of liberty of humanity and of Chris pnt against their commerce that tho Almighty held that heavy hand of pcstilenco is EFbe vjy Â¬ York Then he talks about the exports of tho South and says that our exports in 1870 were 835 00000 and some hundreds of thousands or dollars or which the South exported in round per cent numbers 188000000 This is 22 And now observe ho is leaving out of the cal- Â¬ culation those Slates which I named but which he included when he made a computation of political power Ho leaves out tho port of Bal- Â¬ timore one or tho four great ports which sent exports from and received imports into the United States no leaves it entirely out and yet the South sent out last year nearly one qnartor that this wholo broad country raised In making that es- Â¬ Then mark another thing timate I suppose he judges of tho exports as indicated by tho returns at tho different ports But dont we all know that New York sends out not the products of tho North alone but tho products of the South as well that tho cotton of the South is gathered in Now York that beef from Texas even is shipped from New York that the immensity of Uio agricultural products or tho South find their exit from this country through that port Now 1 may note one or two other things Ho says tliat thoSoutlicrnbanksloanbutf 40000000 which is but one thirteenth of all the bank loans or a year I was surprised that it was so much That tho Southern peoplo could have accumu- Â¬ lated such a loanable capital nndcr all tho mis- Â¬ fortunes they havo suffered I was surprised to learn It would take quite a number of tho States of tho North that I could namo to make up as large a loanablo capital as that Hero in Chicago and in New York tho great money centers of this continent there is no difficulty in finding bankable capital but when you go out among the agricultural States and tho Southern States aro allagriculturalStates pretty much as I havo said when you go out among the agricultural States you do not find loanablo bankable capital Another thing a most unjust discrindna tion Ho says in 1870 it required 423013 freight cars to movo the freight of tho Uiuted States upon its great liius or railroad of which but 31248 wero in thu late Confederate States There agjin ho excluded the other States which ho had included in his computa- Â¬ tion or political power and wo havo tho Balti Â¬ more and Ohio railroad and the numerous rail- Â¬ roads that gather at St Louis and ruu to Kan Â¬ sas City and stretch across the State or Mis- Â¬ souri which ho left out of tho computation when ho gathered up this taunt telling at tho And if yon turn from them and go beyond tins State and in the East nh do yon see Charles Sumuer do yon remember him Sumner who had in his own person suffered the cmelest outrage that could be inflicted upon a man aud he live at tho hands of his ene mies of Uio South he stood up for them and appealed ror them and in that time when hate was still rife in this people it was possible for an illustrated newspaper to feed the pas- Â¬ sions of the Republican party with a cartoon representing Charles Sumner strewing flowers on the gravo of Preston Brooks while the words issued from his mouth Abolish hate Tliat was put forward as a proper matter of ridicule But the artist should hat e completed that picture Hu should have had the heavens open wide above him while a ray of divine lihU clLnt that aged head and a voice was Pray heard tho voice of Him who said for them who despitefully use you and perse Â¬ cute you to give the final benediction Well ser- Â¬ good done and faithful vant it Is not But fellow citizens enough that wo consider the great dis- Â¬ tinctive issuo between the parties When we come to consider such an election as that of President of tho United States it is our duty to regard the men also No campaign slander ought to be uttered against any candidate but when I reflect on that party which hurled their abuso at Horatio Seymour sent down to a martyrs grave that martyr for liberty and fra- Â¬ ternity that great and good man whom they had so long been guided by Horaco Greeley which gave him opprobrium and contumely which broke his heart when I reflect npon ths manner in which the campaign of 1876 was conducted I certainly can not be told that it is not right or rair to look into the record bt a candidate In the candidate which is presented by the Republican party we find a wonderful type of tho pretentious part of that party itself That class of men have always talked like God but it is amusing how httlo they have acted like Him The poet says Talents tis true quick various bright Hath God to virtue oft denlfd On vice bcttowed Just as fond nature Uvelier colors brings To deck the insects than the eagles wing And so it is to bo admitted beyond any ques-Â¬ tion that tho candidato of tho Republican party is conspicuous for talents abihties Wo can say of him pretty nearly everything that Mr Conkling said in his speech But we can hardly run to tho edgo of the precipice as ho did and not step ov er for ho led that character right np to the very edgo of the cliff and that cliff is his record But before I speak of that I wish to illustrate tho idea that he is a fair type of tho pre- Â¬ tentious part of Republicanism I may men-Â¬ tion one name without offense You will recol-Â¬ lect that good old man from Kansas Pomcroy He was like the woman with whom her hus- Â¬ band had had trouble and of whom he said She was too good for any man to livo with and that was what afflicted him He was not the first bnt ho was a conspicuously early cx amplo of what has lately developed 111 a mar- Â¬ velous degree tho finished perfected result we havo had in the Hayes administration Look at the man Take the administration of President Uayeg aa a matter of pretense and Â¬ rom politics He prohibited any such thing aa assessments for political purposes npon the poor hard worked and poorly paid clerks in Washington How did ho carry It ont How He hardly got into hi office did he perforin with this cry that he wonld not take anything that camo by fraud when he sent a few of the statesmen of this conntry to LonUiint and they computed that curious arithmetical problem by which Packard who had 1600 more vote than Hayes electors was defeated whie Hayes was elected Then in order to farther perfect the re form in the etril service to make it pure in all Its details kid branches as it was at the fountain head ho appointed to office everyone almost from tho cninnetr down to the lowest handicraftsman in that villainy by which ho npen the peoplo of him Aiuikj isi uio Mjiuciuut uicu siiuuica ail expense as was shown bv one of the Senators in congress or over fZWOOO a year He did not hesitate to nominate these men for judicial positions Next for a crand specimen of results he re moved Mr Arthur from the office of Collector of the Port of New York He laid that he re moved him in order that that office might bo honestly administered but Mr Sherman said so it is reported when asked at Cincinnati the other night to explain that that he was not removed lor uisnonesty irat lor incompetency and so Mr Sherman stood there on that platform advocating Mr Haves civil service reform by contending that tho man who was not competent to be Collector of tho Fort of New York was fit to be Vice President of tho United States And finally and now I am makinir a pitiful appeal for blecdirur human ity look at those poor clerks in Washington stripped not with one but witn two or tnre r ansetsments so mat oniy a aay or two ago when they came for their monthly pay they could not rejoice together over the news from Maine because thcr had to cay for it And when their pocket books are fairly stamped they are now informed that their bleeding carcasses are to bo stretched again upon the altar of their country in order to cany Indiana I This is civil service reform I It is simply hypocrisy It is tho language or the gods in preaching about Government affairs but it is curving into practice what that follow called Ihe other cnap wonld do Well now ror Mr Garfield a word or two 1 have already said that he is a man of nnques- mere is no uonaDie and conspicuous smuty need to sav that everybody knows It Mr Garfield isunnuestionablv a man of trrcat brains the more he has sometimes the worse for him He has manifested however this great deÂ¬ fect of character He has shown that with all his knowledge with all his intelligence with all his clear perceptions and splendid enunciations of what is right he can not perceive the rieht course as acainst his party or a creat temptation he has manifested a want of sta- Â¬ bility and firmness of character Ind of all tho elements that aro necessary to make a man great and safe in tho Presidential chair that is tho first in my judgment or at least if it be not tne nrst u that wnicb can not be dispensed vYo want a with under any circumstances man in the Presidential chair who cav stand np as Jackson did acainst his own natty And the first great evidence or that weakness or character has been manifested and It has now been laid perfectly bare by tho searching criticism of Mr Hendricks npon Mr Garfield own evidence It was manifested in his action in reject to tho Electoral Commission and tho frauds by which that commission was made necessary to preserve tho peace of this country He went to New Orleans and there he dabbled with those witnesses Now what he did as has been established was in an inner room No person observed him but himself and those with whom he dealt but one of those wit Â¬ nesses whoso testimony ho admits he extracted and multiplied as you might say by his in Â¬ genious interrogatories has como forward since io swear that every word she testified to was false Whether it was or not who can tell but that she was such achar actcr as that must have been known Borncbody they introduced to when her as a proper person to tell the story about mo manner 111 wnicu tne votes wero cast in mo parish of West Feliciana It is but an illustra- Â¬ tion All the witnesses that concerned that district of country were guided and their tes timony extracted by air uarneld 110 nad nis hands in it as a lawyer if a lawyer could possi bly have anything to do with such a dirty busi Â¬ ness as that and after ho had participated in it in that way he went npon the court that was to try tno case now 1 undertake to say tnai 11 a lawyer anywhere in the Northern or Southern States any member of that honorablo profes sion should first be a party to a suit or be en- wo J141 uco tir a nw Miuum fjucu aw iui cxamme tho witnesses prepare their interroga- Â¬ tories consult in regard to the manner of preÂ¬ senting tho case and afterward as a Judge sit upon tno oencn to try mat case ne coma and would bo impeached an I punished But Mr Hendricks showed another thing He showed that Mr Garfield from his place in tho House of Representatives when debating tho Electoral Commission bill argued that the bill would require the Electoral Commission to go back of the seal of the State and inquire how the vote was cast who was honestly elected where the fraud was and what the right and wrong of it was He arcued that and the Democrats who thought he spoke like a statesman took him at his word They believed him He went npon tho commission and said M We can not hear a word Slates rights prevent it and under that plea of States rights the vote of Florida which had been certified by the three Tilden electors who met on the proper day and performed their func Â¬ tions in a proper manner who were certified to be Tilden electors by the Legislature of the State and by a decision of the Supreme Court were all turned out because at tho same time three men who were not elected had a false certificate given them and acted as de facto electors and therefore represented the State That was the manner in which he adjudged the creat cause of the American people before that tribunal It illustrated it seems to me his ac-Â¬ tion all the way through illustrated the propo- Â¬ sition which I have made that he Is too weak to resist the dictates of his party Then look at it In another aspect Yon have teen that he took the back pay and kept it some weeks until tho storm arose when he dropped it and it is not an unfair illustration to say like a burelar when a policeman pursues liim He dropped it before the storm of pnblio Now was it right to take it indignation Didnt he know whether it was or not Was it right to be on the committee which reperted the bill and supported it And if it was right why had ha not the courage to say so and face the music defending it If it was wrong what taught him that it was wrong after he had it in his pocket and not before Now with reference to that other matter the paving contract let me say just a word to illus- Â¬ trate this same idea Mr Garfield accepted a He spoke that Is fee of 5000 For what all that he claims to have done I be-Â¬ lieve except to have examined into the merits of the pavement he spoke to Mr Shepherd on the street or Mr Shepherd says he spoko on tho street with him the only time he met him Well he secured the adoption of that pavement and according to the justice which was due between him and his employers he earned the fee But why did he secure it Mr Shepherd was the controlling man on that subject in Washington His office gave him tho control He required immense appropriations to carry out the improvements which were being made in the city He wanted to be solid with of Washington the Chairman of tho Committee on Appropria- Â¬ tions and it was natural that he should yield a ready obedience to a very slight wish from that source But isnt that to take money for offi- Â¬ Do any ot us lawyers cam fees cial influence of 5000 in that manner It it is legitimate and right and proper I should like to be intro- Â¬ duced to the class of clients who pay such fees for so httlo services So in respect to that other matter about which so much has been said and I do not propose to woary you by a repetition of the common arguments tho Credit Mobilier He cither accepted a curious loan or he agreed to take the stock Now in either case and yon dont care which it is he acted a hesitating timid shrinking part the part ot a man who seemed to be wauling to get something but didnt dare face the storm which taking it in that way it would bring upon him He mani- Â¬ fested in other words not to put too severe a condemnation upon it and I will leave that for others to express he manifested such a de-Â¬ gree of moral weakness as renders him unsafe to trust in great positions with great responsi Â¬ bilities I do not need to spend any tune in regard to the other candidate I wish to say one single word on that subject Gen Hancock has deserved well of the peo- Â¬ ple of this country No euloghim upon his character is necessary The highest has re-Â¬ cently been paid him When the Campaign CommUee 9t the Republicans ii ued tiieir man- Â¬ performance He wis so roodtha he could not possibly take an office to which n should be counted lit by fraud He sdmittrd that ho was said so Then when ha went into office that great reform in the civil service wbih Gen Grant had beennn ablo to accomplish Hayes immediately set about and ho accomplished it right off Ho issued his exceptive order No 1 and hd ro-uired every Federal officeholder to abstain dU to prohibit r attacks upon him as Injurious to their they summed no all aa American lo Immi that was necessary I iras not aware Ota- Jhid detained yon so long until I looked at ywfch Go Bruxjet the dust npon the furni Â¬ ture is intolerable What shall I do Do as I do marm pay no attention to it certainly nndulv trsacasse nnon mm- - limp T am gratified by ft kisd expressions which yon manirost toward wt t regret exceedingly Hate owing to illness and that I hate not extreme business earesto havo more properly prepared an fddrees tebe delivered io such 3D wSt however not weary Intelligent audieMe tyon longer A word only farrosjioatte- - the prospect and that perhaps eeu ho wfrd We have al Â¬ ready sees he shadows lengthen on tho races of cmr SepnbBesw ftscatifc For the first timo in a quarter of a ssauuirtuo sun as he rosa SDOVO ISjStf did not pierce a UnkjsTlsl cai uay is open ns Uumhittiun and M success comes cheerisster HC pcratiOur duly w witt J opzocu laBis put our ana ran at Hgjfjjsjriwrio us r oa1 I thank yoa far yew kind expressions I am I- work both married a bar Â¬ ber and be turned out to be a rich Baron in disguise novel has this thrilling pas Â¬ A f sage itooxKK one hand he held With her beau- Â¬ tiful golden head above the chilling wave and with the other called loudly for as- Â¬ sistance A TOtnfQ lady wrote some verses for a paper about ier birthday and headed them May 30th It almost made her hair turn gray when it appeared in print ways My 30th The average life of a farmer is sixty six years At sixty five he may safely begin to return borrowed tools pay old debts and ask forgiveness for cheating in poor rulo that wont Its aA Milwaukee girl i witfc-a-jt- e Sssft2aM r lMr horse trades III 8QUAAi0 said the- wit from his pillow Pve it uecn practicing an mgui negros definition of bigotry is a The pood and inclusive as that of Websters Dictionary A bigot said he why hes a man who knows too much for one and not quite enough for two Saddle Horses on tho Farm a celebration back in the country The memory of man extends to the a At female arose and began when tho boys on the farm were our 101th anniversary A wickedThis is day young proud to ride a fine yonng horse to man back in the crowd yelled out church or to seo the girls They took You dont look that Good gracious pride in the colts and taught them to old move freely under tho saddle and above Father the lecturer at tho Son nil when a colt was broken he was taught hall to night said that lunar rays were to walk Now the boys must have a fino buggy only concentrated luminosity of the and harness and the colt must show his earths satellite What do you think IntelUgent parent All about it style and speed all the time Plio limr fa in frtrt rronf n Tinrrv fn nlinw moonshine my son all moonshine Yes I like the Miss FiinrrnioTON the colt to walk The colt buggy and boy are soon a used up set by last place very much Major yon have such a jolly set of men down here The Ma- Â¬ driving Yes awfully jolly Youd better The whole business of buggy riding jor by farmers boys is expensive cxtrava steel your heart Miss Flirtington in Miss well Not one far-- case of accidents cant and demoralizincr mer in ten can afford such a turnout for J while Tm about it Major Td rather steal somebody elses dont you know the lad A TEXiiZB yonng potato bug Many of them buy a buggy and let it Sat swinging on a vine stand in the sun and storm They are And sighed unto a maiden bag too poor to have a house for vehicles I pray you will be mine Then noffy tpake the maiden bog Such men cannot afford the luxury of a I 1ot jou fond and true buggy Bnt O my crnd hearted Par Wont let me marry jou If we could return to the fashion of With scorn npon his trapgy brow riding on horseback wo would save mill- Â¬ With gasces cold and keen ions to the farmers and tho boys and That banghty lover aniwerrd her I think your girls would develop better forms and said Gilhooly yesterday Ah nave better health Ive done one good act Any lazy lout can ride in a buggy but morning to be a graceful rider on horseback ono Sent a barrel of flour to the poor Better than that Ive just must have some energy and get up in Ids house nature There is life and health in riding told Do Smith who dont stand a ghost of a show that ho will be nominated by on horseback Well that is one of The whole system feels tho invigorat Â¬ acclamation ing effect of it The rider and the horse those kindnesses that do a great deal of The catch the fire of sympathy and excite- Â¬ good and dont cost anything ment in the run or fast paces and every mischief it dont cost anything I bor- Â¬ nerve and mnscle of the body is brought rowed 2 from him on the strength of Galveston News it in healthful invigorating play The mania for trotting horses has been A doctor being out for a days shoot- Â¬ felt on every farm in the land The ing took an errand boy to carry tho country is full of road horses that some game bag Entering a field of turnips man or boy loves to pull the string on the dog pointed and the boy over- They areusually poor saddle horses slow walkew amTnriglC exclaimedLor xnnster- success We need a reform The place to begin mere s a coYey 11 you rci near em is in breeding a class of horses of good wont you physic em Physic em size style and action that can move you young rascal what do you mean freely in more than one gait Why kill em to bo said tho doctor The English market is open for such sure replied the lad The well knit horse of good horses A workman came style and action suitable for the hunter into decentiiT dbessed to have the por- Â¬ a photographers or carriage will bring better prices than trait of his wife taken While the oper- Â¬ our average horse Nashville Amer- Â¬ ator was arranging the camera the hus Â¬ ican band thought it fit to give some advice to tho companion of his life concerning Tho Importance of Vegetables Think of something seri- Â¬ her pose Says a writer on dietary The vepje- - ous he said or else you will laugh table eater can extract from his food all j and spoil it Bemember that your uio principles necessary lor iub yunui father is in prison and that your brother and support of the body ns well as for has had to compound with his creditors the production of heat and force pro- Â¬ and try to imagine what would become vided that he selects vegetables which of you if I had not taken pity upon you contain all tho essential elements named at Nahant was attacked A But he mnst for this purpose consume whilecxebotuan for a brother minister preaching the best cereals wheat or oats or the by a severe bleeding at the nose He legumes beans peas or lentils or ho endeavored to stanch the blood but afÂ¬ must swallow and digest a large weight ter saturating his own handkerchief and of vegetable matter of less nutritious tliat of one of tho congregation which value and therefore at least containing was passed up to him he was forced to one element in large excess in order to retire Tho pastor of the church a very obtain all the elements he needs Thus absent minded man rose solemnly and tho Irishman requires for his support ten remarked While our brother is ab- Â¬ or eleven pounds of potatoes daily wluch sent let us sing a hymn Will the contains chiefly starch of which ho con- Â¬ choir lead in singing There is a foun- Â¬ sumes a superfluous quantity very little tain filled with blood nitrogen aud scarcely any fat hence he obtains when he can some buttermilk or Preserving Timber in Ground bacon or a herring to supply the de- Â¬ In speaking of the well known methods ficiency The Highlander living main- Â¬ of preserving posts wood which aro ly on oatmeal requires a much smaller partly imbedded in and earth by char- Â¬ ihe weight this gram contains not only ring and coating with tar it is said these starch but much nitrogen and a fair methods are only effectivo when both aro amount of fat although not quite suf-Â¬ applied Should the poles only be char- Â¬ ficient for his purpose which is usually red without the subsequent treatment supplied by adding milk or a little bacon with tar the charcoal formation on the to his diet On the other hand the surface would only act as an absorber of man who lives chiefly or largely on flesh tho moisture and if anything only and eggs as well aa bread obtains pre- Â¬ hasten the decay By applying a coatcisely the same principles but served ing of tar without previously charring in a concentrated form and a weight of tho tar would only form a casing about about two or three pounds of such food the wood nor would it penetrate to is a full equivalent to the Irishmans ten depth which tho absorbing propertiesthe of or eleven pounds of potatoes and extras the charcoal surface would insure Wood that is exposed to the action of water or let into the ground should first Death from Overwork enthen it It was a saying of Sir George Lewis be charred and treatedbefore tar has theÂ¬ till with that although he had heard of many tirely cooled be persons killed by idleness ho had never wood is thoroughly impregnated Tho met with a genuine case of death from acetic acid and oils contained in the tar overwork It cannot be denied that ill Â¬ are evaporated by the heat and only the nesses attributed to excessive mental resin left behind which penetrates the labor are often due to other causes of a pores of the wood and forms an air tight less elevated kind such as indigestion and waterproof envelope It is important produced by want of exercise or neglect to impregnate the poles a little above the of simple rules as to diet but on tho lino of exposure for here it is that the other hand deaths from overwork are action of decay affects the wood first by no means unknown in the present and where tho break always occurs day among those engaged in physical when removed from the earth or strained in testing labor melancholy case of this description A Praise formed the subject of a Coroners in- Â¬ As a creneral thine we are too chary in quest at Sheffield England The de-Â¬ praising and encouraging the efforts of ceased was a striker at some steel works the young too free in criticising and de- Â¬ Striking is an occupation that involves preciating them Manyachilds powers a great strain onthe physical powers of in various directions are thrust back into those engaged in it and may be de- Â¬ inactivity by the cold unappreciative re- Â¬ scribed in every sense of the term as ception they meet with Children quick- Â¬ hard labor It being necessary to ly adopt the sentiments of their elders get out an important order at the works and soon learn to put tho same value on Ihe men were told one day that they their own powers that others do The must work all night The deceased parent tho teacher and the employer continued to work accordingly through can easily teach lessons of tho night without cessation nor did he which may cling through life and cease from his labors until noon on tho forever prevent the development of pow-Â¬ day when he fell down and ers tliat under more favorable auspices following died suddenly his death according to might have proved a blessng to tho the finding of the jury being due to community or on the other hand by exhaustion caused by overwork cheerful encouragement and wholesome commendation they may nourish many An eccentric Englishman long a icsi a tiny germ of ability and talent that dent of Paris has just committed suicide may one day come to be a mighty influ- Â¬ after having devoted twenty years to a ence a perceptible power in the world strange mania Every six months he The Coming Days had a coffin made for himself Each was too long too short or uncomfortable in In tho coming days of woman suffrage some way until tho last proved perfect Our candidato has rLen from the hum Â¬ Having no other object in life he killed blest walks When but a little girl himself picking huckleberries barefooted too poor to own a sunbonnet she read Continental nobles often carry on Homers Odyssey in the original large manufactures on their estates but tongue What do we see here now The same homely freckled large British and Irish landowners A voice scarcely ever do so Many quarry stone saucy thing she always was so there and slate and raise coal bnt except Meeting breaks up amid great confusion brickmaking scarcely any engage in and tearing of hair New Haven Jtegis ter manufacture be 1 yTTsiiir r IntlsVPrMidgnflarAi son to Jackson- - Let ns labofdurine the dav and when the shades of night gather round and our toil is over we may form that grand circle of happiness from which the American people will send up their rejoicing shouts of victory and their hopes for peace- and prosper- Â¬ ity hereafter liilMn Isioub cougk aaeftsier 2 iiJum NtJtMjyiiU lojEfMlpaf see sP ill said I cauingio frHewas7 fFafcbir rti 1 11 J j j3 fcf L -- Â¬ I I 5-- 3-- z r ijmiurng r III I II - - - THE HICKMAN COURIER T- - PCBLlSnED EVERT FStriAT 15T HICK VAN OrriCE KENTUCKY Clinton Street Wrstcrn Kentucky Hcinze Building Iht OVlett Nncrpaperin George Warren Editor Erice of Sulssriiiioii FRIDAY OCT 22 2 1880 for trksidest 7INFIEL3 SCOTT HANCOCK of Pennsylvania TOR V TICE rRESIDEST II ENGLISH of Indiana ELCSTORAL FOR THE STATE TICKET AT LAEOS Thomas L Jones of Campbell A Richards of Jcfforson 1st 2nd 3rd P F Edwards of Edmonon 4th James Montgomery of Hardin 5th E J Mcliermott of Jefferson Cth James AV Bryan of Kenton 7th W C Owens of Scott 8th M C Sacfley of Lincoln Oth Joseph Gardner of Magoffin J0lh Emery TVliitaker- DISTRICT ELECTORS James D Vhiles of Ballard A T Crsvsroft of Iaviea THE B DISTRICT THIS Sonio Inside 5ncis for Demo Â¬ crats I The Paducah Acics the past week or two is very earnestly urginp the District Committee to immediately call a convention to declare a Democratic nominee for Congress arguing that the candidacy of Turner and Tice two democrats endangers Democratic sue cess in view of the fact that the Re- Â¬ publicans have a candidate in the per son of a Mr Ratliff and that hereby the Democratic party may be brought to act unitedly and harmoniously against the Republican candidate We ask the ATmcs to state candidly if it believes a convention would bring harmony and anited action If a con Â¬ vention would not bring harmony why at this late hour two weeks before the election apply such a useless remedy There are we all know in this Dis trict G 7 or 8000 Democrats who are opposed to and who have proven by their votes the past eight years that they will not submit to a convention These Democrats we know favor a election as a mode of party or Â¬ ganization and have announced at every election since the dissensions commenced in our District through Col Turner and others of their lead er that nnited party action and a single Democratic candidate could be had by imply a Democratic primary an appeal to the Democratic people If party harmony aud a united Dem Â¬ ocratic action is the thing desired by party organisation how easily it could have been obtained any time the past eight years by ail hands agreeing to a primary election The maddle in this lamentably so District is unlortunate bnt we mast view facts as they czist If a convention would bring harmony then the arguments of the Kews would be good but the facts are that in sev eral contests past the remedy has been tried and failed and instead of har Â¬ mony the conventions have resulted in aggravaticg the existing dissensions Democrats should free this unfortu- Â¬ nate muddle of personal considerations and look at it solely as to Democratic It boots nothing to say that succesi Turner is to blame for this situation for if Turner was dead or refused to run the 6000 primary election Democrats who have been voting with and for him would continue the fight un dcr Wilkerson Clark Curd or some of their leaders Perhaps they might suffer in the loss of a good leader but the fight would go on against conven lions The error has been in uot re cognizing these primary election Dem ocrats aa a part of the party and en titled to some consideration If their objections to conventions were czag gerated why not for the sake of har inony if nothing else meet them on their own proposition and test the matter before a Democratic primary Who would oppose the election Demoaratio nominee of a primary election And No onq No Democrat plainly a united party would be bad Therefore is it not plain that ii the Kelts would have waived its partiali- Â¬ ties for n convention and nrged a pri niary election that our party would to day be united and but one Demo cratic candidate in the field Two years ago the Hickman Uoua IEK sincerely desiring party harmony believing that a convention would not bring harmony but continue dissens fions and bcSicviug that a primary election was the fairest mode and would end dissensions urged our pirty not to hold a convention but to agree to a primary election Our friends refused to hearken to the Courier and orderThe convention was ed a convention held it failed to bring harmony and the nominee was defeated Why per fcist Ib the application of a remedy whieh does not heal but aggravates au oSd sore lu the pending contest the primary election democrats through their candidate Turner offered us far Usek as June last to try harmonizing the party through a primary election but it was not accepted and un con ventidn was urged or suggested by any one until the past few waets We dont think a convention nt any stage would have brought party harmony but at tliii ite day it i simply absurd Ntv as te the daugcr of the dec Â¬ n of a Republican in this District candidly say wo think such a re possible though not probable It only result threngh democratsnot going to the polls and voting There are in this District about 24000-voterand about G000 of tlisso ar0 R9 publicans This leaves about 18000 to the two democratic candidates which equally divided would sive each a ma jority over the Republican But the Republicans will pell their full vole and the democrats may not and the only remedy we know of now is to urge a full democratic vote If the iVcjcs can assert truthfully that the primary election democrats are 710IO willing to abide ths action of a convention and support its nominoe then even at this late day a conven tion might be wise But we have heard up such claim made On the cons trary the primary election democrats are sticking as close to Turner as in former contests and instead of relax ing they are apparently more confident aud enthusiastic because of their vie tory over Trimble and claim an in creaso in numbers because Turner has made a good member of Congress and are excited to stand firnubecause they convenregardjbjs present tion as aoythiug to beat Turner and not sincerely for the harmony of the party The Congressional Committee by their non action up to this time have clsatly said to the party that there would be no convention that Turner and Tice were both democrats choose ye between them If a Repub lican succeeds it will be because of the apathy of democrats in not voting Moreover if a primary election had been acceded to as the Courier urged there would not now be but one Dem oaratio candidate in the field tion We sult can Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ THE HOPE Boyr the Democrats Hope to jEiect Hancock eluding thjcir candidate for Governor ROW FOR interviewed nt Philadelphia by the As respects Abs Arfilrcss Time talk as follows from the Presidential campaign in New Jer spy it can be safely called a Hancock stampede All the enthusiasm and zeal seems to be for the General at His name is cheer Governors Inland cd a dozen times where Garfields is applauded once Men who go all over the State and are not particularly bias ed commercial travelers for instance say the masses are for Hancock and want to work for him The State cam paign presents its own local featured WELL WHAT OF IT ocratic Committee State KOVE5IBEK to the Couniry tle Xatioral Dem Â¬ Di- Â¬ III lllll I - i i NEW GOODS HOODS 11 tote DR A A FAEIS PHASICAN gvotoioimt t UBI isjc a ispers Democrats in the Hast count with certainty on carrvinir New York New Jersey and Connecticut There is no give up in the ranks of the Democracy They have hardly received a shock in the East from a reverse iu the West HANCOCK lOOOO STRONGER Erery Inssliilc EHlort to be rected Toward rnrrj tng Hi si Doubtful 1 1W NBff GOODS iTf HICKMAN AND SURGEON KENTUCKY his Professional Services to the citizens of Hickman and vicinity cflpii Â¬ From the Courier Journal It can not bo claimed that Landers is aa strong as Hancock On the con trury Landers was tho weakest candi date the Democrats of Iudiana could have put up whilst as matters stood aud BtarJd Hancock is the strongest To be sure we do not iuoore the effect which the October vote is generally supposed to have on the November vole though this is not conclusive But for tho sake of the argument ad mining Indiana into tho list of the doubttul State there nre Connecticut New York and New Jersey which in our judgment arc Democratic and there are alio Illinois California Col orado Oregon and Nevada which are doubtful We see uo reason why the popularity of Gon Hancock should not prevail in enough of these still to givo him from sixty to seventy electo- Â¬ ral votes in the North These would be worth fighting for even if defeat stared us surely in the face aud as it is not so had as that by long odd they will be fought for to the bitter eud DEMOCRATS SURE IN MAINE Â¬ From the Indianapolis Sentinel Well what of it This November Hancock is 20000 is close at hand votes stronger in Indiana than Albert Indiana by proper organ- Â¬ G Porter ization of the Democratic party can be carried for Hancock and English New York Oct 14 The Demo ciatic National Executive Committee is in session this afternoon Among tho members present are Senator Bar num and Messrs Scott of Pennsylva nia Smalley of Vermont Hewitt of New York Barnes of Georgia and Cleveland of New Jersey The result of the October elections and the pros ecution of tho campaign are it is understood tho subjects under consider ation The National Democratic Executive Committeo met to day and issued the Â¬ MY STOCK IS NOW FULL AND COMPLETE Dr J HIS N Outten IN ALL DEPARTMENTS IN Res- Â¬ Office over Holcombcs drug store idence Moulton st near Court House W T Hummer XiADIBS BRBSS We have a splendid stock II D PROFESSIONAL SER OFFERS to the citizens of Hickman and vicinity Office Corner room in Laclede House G OOBS mchlt Dress Trimmings Buttons c Dr Presidential Next Tuesday week the great Pres idential struggle is to be decided Hendricks McDonald and other prominent Demoorats of Indi ana are in the field and fighting with more determination than ever to carry that State for the Democracy in No- Â¬ vember Gov o- election NovJ2 -- mr A sufficient answer to the thousands of postal cards and circulars that have been sent through the country loudly bewailing the commercial insecurity that would ensue on Hancocks elec- Â¬ tion is the address of leading business men of New York every Democratic reader of the Courier constitute himself a committee of one to try and impress his neighbor with the importance of going to the polls Tuesday week and voting for Hancock The existing apathy is dangerous Let themjocrjvts rouse up and go to the polls Â¬ Let Â¬ Â¬ A great deal is said in the Northern Republican organs about the persecution of negro laborers and their star Â¬ vation wages in the South The fact is no farm laborer in the whole North is paid as well or fares as well as the The Vicks Southern black laborer burg Herald eays Common laborers in the South in many instances command higher wages than skilled laborers in the North The common field hands the lowest grade of laborers in tho cotton sugar and the rice fields command belter wages for less labor than do the facto- Â¬ ry operatives and tho lower classes of Negro boys laborers in the North and girls in the cotton fields earn from a dollar and a half to two dollars por day In the sugar and rice fields they are paid equally as well The deck hands and roustabouts un the steam Â¬ boats are paid two dollars and a half a day Sundays included A promis nent steamboat captain told the writer yesterday be thought the wages would go up to a hundred dollars a month Tho Herald of and possibly higher ten has advertisements for laborers stating wages as good as those referred to above These facts are about the negroes of the South on whose account the Northern stalwarts are bo very much distressed It seems to us they should save their sympathy for home consumption Â¬ A KcnUicliIan on Mot monism Â¬ Gov Murray in his annual report on affairs in Utab to the Secretary of Â¬ j the Interior says Why should the Government of the United States allow one of its citizens to be sentenced to tho penitentiary say in New York for violating it law of Congress and allow another here to go unwhipped in willfully violating a law similarly passed and be promoted to office as a premium for his crime Uongress should wipe ont its statute against polygamy remove every officer who is fworn to see its laws executed furnish free transportation to a quarter section of free land to each of the thousands of non Mormons who with their stout hearts and strong muscles have made homes in this part of their country repeal all laws objectionable to the dominant Church here so that the Territory may be run uiider eccle- Â¬ siastical suggestion pass a law consti tuting this an independent polygamous State a thing apart from the wicked peoplo of the United Stales or it should at once make it possible to exc cuto tho laws already passed one or Sheer justice to the thous tho other sand of children yet to ho born with illegitimacy as their birthmark under this illegal and indecent system mercy to the first and only wife when lustful or religiously fanatical husbands thrust them aide for new and fresher com Â¬ panions respect for its own laws equal and exact juitico to all theso and more make plaintiff doraandi of Congress for speedy and sure adjustment of the wrongs the termination of contentions that curse this good land and must continue to do so until proper legisla tion brings reiiet lime will uot prove the remed Â¬ Tho Governor elect of Maine Hon Karris M Planted and Hon Thompson H Mureh reelected to Congress were at Democratic headquarters in New York on Saturday last Here is what they said to a reporter of the Brooklyn Eagle They do not enter tain a doubt as Jo how Maine will vote in November Iu answer to the question as to what Maino would do in November they promptly said Elect that a gigantic scheme by the Ilepubs four AVeaver and three Hancock elec- licans to colonize for tho purpose of tors voting negroes and white men bad been discovered The hotels and NERVED TO HARDER WORK boarding houses where theso men are From the St Louis Republican The Democrats have lost Ohio which quartered were montioned Resolu- Â¬ thoy did not expect to win and they tions were adopted providing for comhave lost Indiana which they did ex- Â¬ prehensive precautionary means against pect to win This is the situation in illegal voting its worst phase What shall the Ioser9 NOT LOST OR WON YET do about it We say emphatically The Sr Louis Post commenting on imitate the example of the winner the political situation says The best The Republicans were far surer of car informed people of New York concede rying Maine than the Democrats were that Gen Hancock will receive every of carrying Indiaua and they failed to Democratic veto that Mr Tilden did carry Maine Did they sit down fold not get and many beside The registheir arms aud give up the ship Oa tration in the large cities shows an the contrary they then for the first enormous Democratic increase and time Tn their campaign got up aud Republicans themselves concede that went to work in earnest It was ab Brooklyn and Now York City will give solutely necessary that they should Hancock a ajority of 80000 The retrieve an unexpected and almost fatal probabilities are that it will be over disaster and they havo retrieved it 90000 It is impossible for the rural I hey are to uay where they were be- Â¬ districts to overcome such a vote The fore Maine was snatched from them Democrata of New York were neverso Democrats have received a heavy blow thoroughly united and with proper but no heavier than the Republicans effort will carry the State without a received It now remains to be seen doubt But New York aud the con whether they will bear it as well and ceded South have 173 votes New as wisely Democrats nre not made of Jersey did not vote for Lincoln in the stuff which surrenders easliy If lSbO Even in the utterlyf htfjtEfcss they wore the party would have been year of G4 it refused to give its elec- Â¬ dead and buried nineteen years ago toral vote to Lincoln It persisted in They hav indomitable pluck and per in GS by voting against Grant and in tinacity and new is the time to give 7G Mr Tildens majority wa3 about those qualities practical expression 13000 McClelans majority for Gov Instead of beiog discouraged aud de- Â¬ ernor in 1877 was about 12000 the moralized by an unexpected reverse majority of his predecessor Governor they should be and will bo uerved to Bedle in 1S74 was 13000 Both U greater efforts Again we say to Dem S Senators from New Jersey are crats everywhere do as the Republi Democrats both men of great wealth cans did after Maine and if they follo v and identified with manufacture and this advice letting the past go lor what commerce Why should New Jersey it is worth and working the future uot remain true to her old record for all it is worth the future will Thirteen thousrnd majority on the bring an appropriate reward small vote of New Jersey is equal to The editorial further says This is 30000 on the vote of Indiana or 70 New a year of surprises and we believe the 000 on the vote of New York them havo not been seen says Jersey is a Democratic State But last of with New York and New Jersey in Pennsylvania may prove better fightiug line only three votes are needed to ground than the Republicans imagine elect Hancock If the Democrats will believes Iudiana will go for Hancock riso to the occasion they can get these but throwing Indiana aside the Dem three votes easily either in Maine or ocrats have New York Connecticut in Connecticut California Colorado and New Jersey to fall back upon or Nevada Tho Presidential battle is not yet won or lost by either party ADVANTAGES ALL WITH DEMOCRATS It will altogether depend on the best From the Nashvjlle American It may be well to look through the fight made between now and November smoko of Tuesdays battle to sec ii Not the best man but the best fight there is anything to discourage Demo will in crats in the further prosecution of the THAT BIGVOTE canvass We think not A party The Democratic papers charge fraud swollen with twenty years power hav ing possession of all the effective part by the Republicans in Indiana and of the Government leagued with all offer as proof that the vote cast on the the corrupt monopolies has been able 12th is 15000 larger than the recent to concentrate its cutire power in two census gives the State All know that States practically one for Indiana was no election however exciting calls out the battle ground that they would not yield without a terrible struggle aud every voter in a State Some will be the use of all the means known to them prevented from voting by sickness ab and possible aloue to them was certain scence old age or such causes and In November they will have to diffuse yet the vote on 4he 12th shows 15000 their labors over tho entiic field while Democrats have only to devote them voters more than the census Where If they had been selves to a few States Tho local De did they come from of Illinois Pennsylvania New iu Indiaua it looks like the census mocracy Hampshire MadsachusettsuWjiuuMii enumerators ought to and would have Michigan California Oregon Nevada found them It looks like fraud sure Maine and Ohio will be able to show euough such a front as will require them to make a hard fight In all of these A 1UEAT snow storm prevailed in most of them doubtful States they can not afford to leave any of them with- Â¬ Iowa Minnesota and the North west out a stubborn contest The Democ Friday and Saturday Trains were racy on the other baud have only to stopped by snow and ice and greit hght lor Alewxortc Wew Jer ey Consuffering reported necticut and Indiana They have the advantage aho that their natioojl tick Â¬ The Electoral votes of New York et h far stronger than any State ticket Conceding the worst the cuutcst is New Jersey and Connecticut in addinow to be fought out with the advau tion to those of the solid South will tages in Javor of tho Democrats In elect Hancock and English diuua Is a Democratic State and there can be no roasonablc question about The Democrats have no clubs or pothe result in November when the Re litical speakers in tbe field and hence publicans are compelled to distribute their work all over tho Union and the each individual Democrat must go to Domocrau aro loft to make their fight work to influence as large a vore as for those States whieh are Democratic possible Tuesday week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ following To tho Democratic and conservative Wovo got The Boston Post says voters of the country The election of cm this time sure Republicans at last concede New Hampshire to be a doubt- Â¬ president and vico president is now be- Â¬ ful State and make the fact still more fore you State and local dissensions are apparent through committees now hore eliminated from tho issues of the Tho magnitude of a victory from that State soliciting funds to save day or defeat can ouly be estimated by the New Hampshire to the party But their frantic appeals following close forces and means employed in securing on the heels of similar demands from it By fraud and corruption tho peo Indiana and Ohio fail to bring the pie of the country were defeated in their dollars or anything except muttering purpose in 1S7G and the righfully elect of discontent from the already over ed President was kept from office taxed patriots of that party Tjace With the combined capital of tho Ro busted their barl openeaC3TrjWn publican party aided by repealed asses campaign is now empty and they are ments upon an army of office holders in a bad way geuerally for New with the power of the Federal Govern- Â¬ ment represented by Uuited States mar- Â¬ Hampshire will eurely go Democtatio shals at the polls with intimidation KILLING DEMOCRATS fraud and a resort to every corrupt ap Wilmington Del Oct 16 Dur Â¬ pliance known to Republican methods ing the passage of the Democratic pa concentrated in two States our adver- Â¬ rade at 11 oclock to night it was fired saries have succeeded in procuring the upon from a house top and six per- probable return of their local candi Two dates Can it be possible that in every sons were seriously wounded are now reported dying The fire was State throughout this broad land the returned and the building gutted and same methods can be brought to boar several of the first assailants wounded that were used by the Republican man agcrs in Indiana and Ohio Can the COLONIZING NEW YORK great States of New York New Jer- Â¬ At s meeting of the Tammany Hall general committee to night several sey Connecticut California ColoraNevada and New Hampshire be members of tho committee reported do weve got em IN STYLE AND PRICE WE DEFY COMPETITION DEUTIST A M PAKKEE IN HOSIERY GLOVES LACES AND EMBROIDERY artistic manner Office in Millet Block ALL operotions performed in the most WE HAVE THE FINEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN at lower prices than the same goods have ever been sold to the regulation of childrens teeth Special attention given G AND REAL ESTATE AGENT HICKMAN IN KY Hughletts Wilson Attorney at Lair LADIES We have a splendid and MISSES CLOAKS and DOLLARS Stock AND AT PRICES THAT CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE Real Estate Bought Sold Rented changed aud Tazes Paid Ex Â¬ Â¬ Hick permanently HAVINGwill practice inlocated inCourts all the of the first Judicial District Tbe collection of claims and investiga tion of real estate titles made a specialty Â¬ IN H A IP HICKMAN R T Tyler KENTUCKY IN ALL SABIBS and M2SSBS SHOES STYLES we have an endless variety AND VERY O IS IE A IN Attorneys at Xaw ATTEND TO ALL BUSINEaS entrusted to their care Office Millet Block Â¬ bought iijven intimidated and defrauded without the vote of Indiana which we believe will be redeemed in November with New York aud New Jersey and the States that are conceded to us including Maine the election of C - L RANDLE GENTS and YOUTHS CLOTHING- ATTORNEY our candidate are assured The Republics party have put in nomination for President sod Vice President two men who by the admision of their own party and press are unworthy of your confidence and your suffrages It is impossible that fifty millions of intelligent and patriotio people will consent to plaoe themselves upon the humilia Â¬ ting level thus prepared for them by the Republican managers Fellow citizens the first days repulse at Gettysburg ended on the third with Hancock in the front in a glori- Â¬ ous victory and that victory secured us our Union The question is not now the preservation of the Uuion but ot constitutional government Han cock is now as then in the front The repulse is now as then the omen of a victory which will secure to coming generations tho inestimable blessings of liberty By order of the National Democratic Â¬ WE CLAIM TO HA VE THE BEST STOCK IN TI1E CITY AND WE CANNOT Collector Heal Estate Agent HICKMAN KY tf LAW FOR QUALITY STYLE APD FINISH CANNOT BE BEAT ISf Will attend promptly ness entrusted him in BE BEAT SHAWLS BLANKETS STARTLING IJT PRICE A SPLENDID LINE OF Â¬ to Ml bus Southwestern Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention given to the investiga tion of Land titles and the purchase ana gale of Real Estate fjan8tf CLOAKING GOODS Water 3roof Flannels and Xiinseys LOW at 8ram ISe w 28e w 2Je w 1 PRICES new styles and low prices Â¬ A full line of GENTS and CHILDRENS HATS and CAPS A LARGE STOCK OF Staple and Fancv Keeps in stock at all timo3 fresh and choice Groceries Provisions Canned and Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale nov7 F Retail CASE E enlcr in OF THE VERY BEST MAKE AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES Please OalX ax Examine mr Goods RECOLLECT that we claim to have first class goods and will sell them at as low figures ascan be found anywhere in the country Committee t W H Barnum Chairman J W ROGERS EEPS all kinds of staple and fancy COL FORNEYS tKEOSCTHOX Ills IlemliilsciEices of Jack sous Second CHKipnlgu HICKMAN WHARFBOAT 0 John J Young Co Proprs A New York dispatch says There BOATS ON THE RIVER NE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL was no lack of energy at the head- Â¬ Consignments Solicited 2 Special and prompt attention given to the shipment of all kinds of Country quarters of the Democratic National mayu wa Produce Live Stock etc Committeo this evening The rooms were crowded with visitors and mem bers and this oommitteo were busily engaged in answering a multitudinous M an I Confectioneries Will be pleased to see his old customers and will both suit them in price and quality Call and see us Quick Sates and Small Profits Wont be undersold fjantf GEO CEKIES E M METHBNY fl M H IL W M number of questions In conversation Col John W Forney of Philadelphia made tho following statement o I be lieve that tho reverse in Indiana will nnms house has been recently enlarged refitted refurnished Convenient to river and riilroad and attentive and thoroughly renovated set all our friends at work with great hotels in this section energy aud especially when they hear watch kept and altogether one of the best appoinied may9 79 TUIISTEK W of the firo and determination that prevail among tho Democrats of New York I have read the National Dem ooratio Committees address and it re calls with tremendous force to my mind the incident that might now profitably be recalled by all Democrats and friends of the Union Forty eight years ago when Gen Jackson became a candidate for the Presidency of the United States for the second time the great bank of tho United States and all its branches bribed newspapers and bul- Â¬ lied the laboring people from one end of the country to the other and capi talists and other moneyed men at- Â¬ tempted a business scare worse than that now got up by the officeholders and yet Jackson was triumphantly elected and concluded his administration in a blaze of glory I was a Democratic boy at that time and with this knowledge and memory I predict that history will repeat itself and that Gin aJwriOBwwgS Hancock will be elected as triumph Â¬ antly as Jackson was Â¬ Family Grocery and Provision Store the KEEPS Flourbest Coffee Sugar Lard Bacon c yourself found in Hickman Having no partner to divide profits with wUl sell goods the cheaper Speciality in Coffees Green Ground and Roasted Cnne and see for Country produce of all kinds taken njarlfS in exchange for goods or Cash Molas Â¬ to bo J Propr W- - Family Groceries space to name to show Come and see at and Moscow Avenue DIESTELBRINK goods NOtroublo jan25 all articles but no tho corner of Troy Ea3t Hickman Ky Â¬ ly HICKMAN MAEBLB WORKS 3E3- - HICKMAN C2 H8saBtsaLjreg DEALER IN KY Â¬ Â¬ Ei5iWfrJria igfggiiP TOMB AND GRAVE STONES fine lot Amer Â¬ HAVING received aMarble Iofam pre Â¬ Italian pared to fill all orders Call and examina our work BgUOrders from the country promptly filled majtJR m Italian and American Marble MONUMENTS Â¬ Â¬ Let it be remembered that the only 88 of confidence in the South of being willing to let bygones be by Â¬ gones of absence of sectionalism since tho war have come from the East and it will be seen why Democracy must look to tho East The people there have mnro culture and liberality and less of provincialism than the great Wet great but rude and not easily divested of once rooted prejudice - DSTJG3 AND Paints Oils MEDICINES Dye Stuffs rrrwnxransors i and HIOKMAN Ik M s V ONDURANT DEALERS ii REWRY OF rmmri IA The prominent business men of Chi- Â¬ cago have isued a circular in which IN ALL KINDS Kidney and Liver Cufs Ibnnerlv Dr Crato JCittnry Curr vegetable preparaUoo and the only naro A remedy in tbe world for nrishta Warners Safe Â¬ Â¬ they assert that the election of Elancock will in no manner whatever disturb the buioess interests of the country The AND SPECIAL AUENTS FOIt circular after relating the circumstances of the panio of 1873 concludes ALSO Hence the claim that tho country WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES owes its prosperity to the party iu powGOS THRESHERS 6AARSC0TT er or that it will go to ruin if that party is turned out of power i t an audacious C Keeps on hand repairs for same one and an insult to the intelligence of every busiocas man Â¬ Â¬ Agricultural Implements AGENTS FOR itfTeitimonlals of the highest order In proof of tbec statements BJTiOT the cure of Illnbetea call for VTor neraSafe Dlabete Cure and the other JiiTFor the care of 3njht diseases call for Warners Safe lilUuey and llrcr Care niabete nnrt Alii IXldnejr Url mry Disease a er ant Iiu It Is tbe best Blood Parifler and stimulates every function to more benlthful acUou laid Is tbus a benefit In all diseases It cures Kerofnlon and other SUln Frep tlons and Diseases Including Cancers cens and other Sores Dyipepsia Weakneviaftbe Stomnrri Const iiation Dixzlnest ficnernl ity etc are cured by the Nare Bittern It 13 unequal ed as an appetizer and regular tonic Bottles of two sizes prices 30e and SlGO WARNERS SAFE BITTERS ll lbll NEW YORK TEMPER The Boston Post of jast Tuesday We had the pleasure of a call says from a prominent nud well iuformed New York Democrat yesterday who assured us that liU State would go for Hancock in November il we lot both Ohio and Indiana and didnt have a solid South Now York wilt go for Hancock said he if he doe ut get another State iu tho Union As he did not make tie remark for publica tion he undoubtedly expressed a hot turn judgment iu his statement Â¬ Democuats of Kentucky do you kuow that John Kelly has said New York will roll up a bigger majority for You Hancock than Kentucky will must prove that John Kelly is mis taken NEW JERSEY SAFE Leading New Jeraev Democrats t in Tnr report of Superintendent Wal Â¬ ker of tho census concerning the alledg ed frauds in South Carolina must be gratifying to Southern poople Not only docs it show the eorrectuo ol the census in the South when ruled by Southern people aud taken by South- Â¬ ern supervisors and enumerators but We t Virginia did the handsome the incorrectness ol that of 1870 under thiu by tho Democratic party if In an entirely Republican administration did go glimmeriug dinn i aud Ohio The charges of fraud mado for political Tho Legislature of Oregon has pus effect have come homo to roost at Ra ed a constitutional amoodmeut allow- publican doors It really looks like the ing women to vote in that State It sectional partisans cannot op n their pasied tho Senate by a majority of 12 months this cauvasg but they put their aud the IIoxia by a majority of 5 foqt in them Â¬ Â¬ DHiTWBCK BALTffl MANUFACTURERS OF COMPANY Quietly Blves Stet aud Steep to the suffering cures lleadacno and Xrurstlgla prevent Kplleptic Sit and relieves rer ous lro t rat Ion brought on by excessive drinK uver wnrfc mental shocks and other causes Powerful as It is to stop pain and soothe dl3- luroea nerves it never injures me bsicui whether taken In small or larxe doses Bottles of two sizes prices S0c and glOO Sorpid Liver nnd cure Coj tiTireu loonies WARNERS SAFE NERVINE BJkBSi eg STEEL PLOWS AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS IHST3E 3JfHICBS382r Si3S Are an Immediate and active stimulus for a D jipepiii Sil unions Lur Fever Thots Milirii Ague and shoulil aslused whenever ths be bowels do not operata freely and regularly o el hr KM Twrlr for uull lloM ISA ctIkorwosti a work- Vrir lTnnMT KM y WARNERS SAFE PILLS NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE arr Urmf die rw llraejfcte Ucta wlirfr ta Xctllrine bx iiH H etrj Warner froprletor Co H Y HICKMAN UHIER ROCHESTER f CTS I TnllkunLlI raajAtt fZfr 5t 3 THEIjICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY OUT 22 1880 Dan Rices Floating Dan Opera IX 3IE3IOKEAM In memory of Ida Roberts of Mos- Â¬ cow Ky who on the night of the 7th of October passed away as calmly as an in Â¬ fant falling asleep on its mothers bosom yet so unexpectedly the summons came that it well nigh crushed the foud hearts of her friends In childhood she was blessed with true chiislian parents who trained her young mind in the path of duty and true light consequently at the early age of sixteen she came to the foo of the cross and found sweet consolation in the promises of our Saviour She was devoted to the M E Church Hnd sabbith school and the melody of her clear ringing voice will ever be missed in the songs of praise and in tke home circle I do not think I ever knew one in whom the christian graces were more harmoniously blended or who was more calculated to lead a useful life Scarcely two years have waned since she was led to the altar a blushing happy bride and her home surrounded with all that renders life attractive seemed almost an Edens bower where love reigned supreme But nlaal the light and joy have gone from the household Young bright and beautiful with many kind triends and a devoted companion how natural that she should cling to this life yet her own words were Oh Lord I deal with me as Thou seest best Never did a loss seem more irreparable or death more absolute and bitter but we are assured that all things work togelher for good to those who love God and keep his com- Â¬ mandments She was to her husband Heavens last best gift his angel of mer Â¬ cy his casket of jewels her voice his sweetest music her smiles his brightest d3 t her bosom the softest pillow of his cares her prayers the ablest advocates of Heaven s blessings on his head Her memory fortis the strongest brightest link in the golden chain that binds him to the beautiful beyoud We had hoped that her mother who has been clothed with the mantle of many sorrows might be spared such a crushing blow but The good are better made by ill As odors crushd are sweeter still Repress not thy tears ye loving friends Quench not the fountain whose upheaving is the most beautiful manifestation of thy spiritual life If there were wanting any argument to prove that man was not mortal I would look for it in tho strong in- Â¬ voluntary emotions of tho breast when these jewels of the soul are gushing forth Blessed beautiful in crystal streams tears what a mission ye have wrought on our sorrowing world Every moment mellowing calming some sad heart and deeper holier have been our loves and friendliness with each hallowed return God knows what keys in the human soul to touch in order to bring out its sweeter As night and most perfect harmonies brines out the stars co do trials and af llictionH develop the noblest traits of our divine nature Then press onward upward with that beautiful prayer Father take my hand ever lingering in your souls till at last you all unite without discord or jar at the beautiful gate where sweet sainted Ida will he waiting and watching for thee The silver chord is looe And the golden bowl is broken The dust baa returned to the earth as it Â¬ Local Hems E3Short communications en ptillic questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of correspondents except where wc refuse togive name of author Â¬ Rices Floating Opera gave an exhi bition here Tuesday night to an audience of 400 or 500 pcopc and the audience were kppt in a roar of enjoyment and laughter throughout The entertainment consisted of gems from the operas bur lesques and cxlravnganxag songs dances and music The Museum department is not yet completed but is being rapidly filled up The steamer thus transformed into an Opera House is the Champion No- 9 It is J00 feet in length and the au- Â¬ ditorium has seating capacity for 1000 people with a stnge and scenery as large and fine as the finest theatres When this grand amusement temple is in position on the river bank electric lights sus- Â¬ pended from the highest point on the boat make the immediate vicinity as bright as noonday thus lighting up the usually dark levees The auditorium singe saloons and promenades are equal to first class establishments of the kind The amujcmcut goin the larger cities ing public along the great Mississippi have reason to congratulate Col Dan Rice on his conception and execution of this gigantic amusement enterprise to use his own language The culmination of a lifetime spent in amusing and instruct- Â¬ ing the public It places a clas3 of en- Â¬ tertainments within the roach of rural populations lieretorore only enjoyed in large cities Old Dan is a showman or To cater for the amusement of nothing the public is his nature So having abandoned the circus business he offers to his friends on western and southern waters this his long cherished aud now perfected Greatest and grandest enter- Â¬ We unprise of his managerial career derstand the boats and complete outfit cost the round sum of 100000 Associa- Â¬ ted with him is Mr Byrd of Cairo and Capt Oates of Memphis good business men and successful financiers the bal ance which Rico has always needed They will visit Hickman on their return in the spring and remain several days Â¬ We are told of an Ohio woman who owed her hired man S3G0 for work To make an easy settlement ehe mar- Â¬ ried himand that paid the debt Then abe quarreled with him and got a di vorce which cost S0 She made S300 by the transaction tmd is ready now to marry agaiu Still thercare people who say that women liavo no heads for fig- Cincinnati Hickman St Louis Br B Brevard Jangels Bakery AND TTIIOLCSALE AND RETAIL DEALEIt kI l mmwm WE KEEP CONSTANILT OS I1AXD ures or business The Democrats have to face a seri ous problem to them The Republicans figure that with tho gains they will make the Senate will be equally dividedand in case of Arthurs election ho will havo the deciding vote Tllcy calculate on a clear majority in the Zfouse These are the calculation8 they have to meet and a divided party at least in two States is a bad way to meet them The bolters in Tennessee ask the party to surrender its organi- Â¬ zation which wouid be as certain in November for Hancock as they did Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GRAHB FRESH BREIV ROLLS COFFEE CAhE CAKES JJES 110 HE HADE CIDER CRACKERS ricicrEs sar- Â¬ FRESH OYSTERS jr jr dines nuts MO The Tillman brought up over 6000 bugs of cotton seed ibis week raCALL and SEE the nice ReaJy Made Clothing at fc tf J AMBERGS SONS flJr Jjl 6j Tr1 ik W A full ajsorlmeet of Plain nnd Faney 23j ESaJESjMI BSJSijgJ feJ HJ The late busy rain- - put the ground in Que order for seeding Â¬ and the farmers are J After an absence of ten weeks in the East ern markets we have opened a Stock in our different departments for the Â¬ v1 CASTINGS TOOLS c full line of Cigars Tobacco and Ciga- Â¬ rettes alvrays kept in stock P S Orders for Weddings and Parties promptly attended to A cvxairs KAYSER octS St WITTING USTEW FOR THE FINEST Pipes Can Mcatt and Pickles call at J W ROGERS Variety of Tobaccos Cigars t ahdwarp Cutlery Suns FISTOLS iARBERfegllOP CLINTON ST Eld N Nortonwill preach at the Baptist church the 5th Sunday in this month morning and night Large quantities of cotton seed are being brought up on the Hillman and businces about the wharf is lively The Paducah Kews reports a diffi Â¬ culty Wednesday near Fulton in which a Mr Bynum was shot but not danger Â¬ ously wounded OUR J NAILS Next Dosr lo Holcoiabcs Dru Store IIICKMAV RV FOR CONGRESS We arc authorixed to announce W W TICE as a candidate to represent the pooplo of the 1st Ky District in the next Congress of the United States CITY ITEMS and KINDLING CO cents a load HICKMAN L ecp3 tf Dry Stove Wood M CO WIIWP tf Wsiiiiik alEFJHfaen i li now receiving a splendid enterprising friend J Groceries which he is offering for sale at the Tery lowest prices Nat gathering is now the order of the day and the children are laying in their winter supplies How much hip- piness it affords them cannotbecom- - W Rogers lot of fresh Best Wliaslcv The best grades of whisky sonablo prices by apl30 J W market which we can sell to kept at rYtftnfrjT til tit f KOGEK5 that surpasses anything ever offered in this CLOSE BUYERS Havinjr just fitted up a neat SUA VINO SALOON in lh room next door to Hol combes DruR Store I am prepared lo ac commodite every one iu need cf Shaving Hair Cutting Dyeing Shampooing or in anything in the 1onsorial line Childrens Ilnir Cullliijr u Specialty GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET Having had long experience I feel con- Â¬ IRON WARE fident of giving satisfaction and solicit a EST JOB WORK done to order such as share of public patronage 2Srti Stiavins lOds ITntr RoBng Guttering Spoutinjj c CUAS DELWARD octS Sjn of tho Gold Stove Clinton Street Hickman Ky feb7 79 TOTES H Ircilnr i mm DElIEB3 IX oo tuied is vtsiting Fulton in this county and the Fulionunf is outspoken in their condem Â¬ nation It thinks they should be arrest- e ed as vagrants ftGen R HakeHs Salvation Army of pure steel Call and see us and save just 1 CO instead of buying the common iron spring Bed at 500 We mean what we say GARDNER KISTNER Hickman Ky tf We propose selling the TWIN SPRING BED at 3 50 The springs are made BETTER STILIi HFY COMPETITION Wc shall quote prices in a short time that will fir s h g m U B 1 u -- g s ft STOVSS TINWAES i Headquarters for all kinds of Job Work Good workmen employ- Â¬ and Repairing ed nnd tbe best of material used jyll 25cts Lower than the Lowest EL Astonish the Natives our being disappointed 5 fi Iff a tOur farmers especially thoe iD Madrid Bend and the bottom sections Clonics Clonk Cloaks a now report the corn yield much larger WE HAVE THE FINEST AND CHEAP-Â¬ than heretofore stated It will be over EST LOT OF LADIES CLOAKS AND tcro third crop DOLMANS EVER BROUGHT TO HICK- Â¬ jTHE XXCEST CASHMERES IN TOWN AND TRIMMINGS TO MATCH CAN BE FOUND AT VERT LOW PRICES AT J AMBERGS SONS tol5 4t MAN WE ASK ALL TO EXAMINE FORE BUYING ELSEWHERE PRICES FR05I 400 TO 2000 ol52m J AMBERGS SONS BE- Â¬ Our object is to do a rousing business and we have made every preparation to prevent i3 1 e c n -s i I S- z 5 3 S u a fea l have no clerk expenses no store rent and paj cih for all my Groceries and therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap Â¬ est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone Star Hour 25 cents cheaper than the low JOHN WITTING eat s 5 S - 0NTAU If a W NOTICE Erank LesliesWeekiy thirty cenU The only Democratic illustrated newspa- Â¬ per published will be scut postpaid lor five weeks until end of civmpiign for We have bad but one political speech Speaking To IgIif in Hickman since 1876 An alarming We arc authoiized to announce that R apathy exists It is the duty of good B Ratlin Republican candidate for ConH- Citizens to vote Get your neighbor also gress in this District will address the a to1 vole for Hancock people on the political issues of the day The days grow shorter as the ao at City Hall to night at early candle tuan solstice advances and are now but lighting The public irrespective of little more than II hours in length The party are cordially invited We under sua rises at a little before six and sets stand Mr Ratliff to be a very able speaker about half past five The work on the Hickman Cotton Powell Bros mill and factory ie Seed Oil Mill is approaching completion about completed You will hear the whis The machinery has been shipped and will tle the coming week and then it moves off arrive next wees Mr Campbell the regularly at one of the permanent and business manager as this point is nov in most valuable business acquisitions to the Hickman and will lake up permanent city quarters here the first of next month IF we could hare half dozen such Bill Jones a negro with several speeches as Col Jones in Fulton before aliases arrested last week at Jordan Nov 2nd the county would give her old Station for stealing a dress the property tine Democratic majority aroused a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Good Goods ow races an Folate Clerks always Cores and never Disappoints THe SHIMS P Agents wanted in every town Send thirty cents for five weeks subscription or C cents in postage stamps for sample copy and illustrated catalogue CIujs of fonr will be sent for five weeks for one dollar Address Frank Leslie Publishing Company 15 Dey street N Y S was But he spirit has returned to the God who gave it One who loved her HOUSE FOR RENT OR SALE I worlds great Fain Reliever for Man and Beast Cheap quici and roliahlc are any object to you we would be pleased to have all call and satisfy yourselves that 9 fa Q 8 i S g r W Mean 5usiHL o i tost ela I will pay the abflve reward to any three private citizens of Fulton county who will induce tbe largest number of tax Â¬ payers in slid county to piy their taxes on or before the 1st day of January next lie whom luces tne largest num- Â¬ 50 Seward 3 S ON A small dwelling house good stable and crib and 16 acres of ground 5 acres of House has four rooms For pisture further information apply to Mrs Mary THOS DILLON Gilmorc or I r As a stray by R D Hunt living six miles south cast of Hickman on railroad one RED STEER with white face white spot It of Miss Alexander was called for Wed on shoulder white under belly Valued splendid feeling Tell your neighbors to nesday under a requisition from the Gov- Â¬ at 3 00 by J W Mayfield markel with turn out and vete ernor of Alabama in which State he is split in right car Given unilcr my hand this Oct 18 I860 under sentence of 03 years iu the pent J REED J P o22 Co ha9 just received the tentiary Steagala finest lot of Cabbage Kraut Onions Cran TAEiEK fcerrics and Mitce Meat ever brought to As a stray by Alfred McDanie living this market Give Joe a call and we as COTTON The cotton market in the five miles east of tbe city of Hickman in nre you that you will never regret it larger markets is quiet aud steady Yes Fulton comity Ky on the Shuck road Remember the place Steagala on the 18th inst one mouse colored mnrc Co are terday in New York middling 4 years branded the lie most nterprising merchants in town 115 lGth New Orleans 11 St Louis mule aged aboutwith a mark like on dip a right shoulder Tuesday week tells the tale in the lOJc has had fistula and about thong T H CORN Corn market firmer New Or- 14 hands high appraised at the value of contest for President and for Congress Â¬ SCO Also one mouse colored mare mule men We are all rigM if the Democrats leans 6SiC0c aged about 3 years about 14i bauds high HOME MARKETS will go to the polls If they stay at hoire having no brands appraised at the value COTTON- he receipts continue very of SoO Also one black mare mule aged the Republicans may elect Rlliff from large Fnrmers are rushing their cotton about 1 year last spriug some white spots the old Gibralter District a deal faster than the same time in its face which is appraised at the val Â¬ One of the State elector on thf in great of SJO last year There is no quotable change ue Witness ray hand this 18tb day of Oc Garfield ticket In Kentucky is a negro We quote since our last report tobcr 13S0 Some of the white Republicans claim to Good ordinary 9Jc oci22 J W MATES J P beinsulted by it and wont vote the ticket Low Middliag 10c Ite a barren hoaor only put out to keep Middling 10c Sale the colored men from voting for Hancock Fulton Circuit Court Kentuchy CORN There is considerable inquiry 1 - A Serious Charge Says the Ful inquiry in regard to new corn but we F M Usher Plaintiff Equity against ton Fvllonian LastTbursday was the day could not hear of any salee Farmers Hobcrt Hicks Defendant J eet by the Rv Dr Ramsey presiding are holding both old and new at 40c but BY virtue of a judgment and order of sale elder of this district of the M E Church the quotations for choice white is 38c of the Fulton circuit court rendered at the toxoid a meeting among the brethren of We look for large transactions in a few September term thereof 1880 in the above cause for the sum of one hundred and said church fpr the purpose of investigat Â¬ dayo 121 75 twenty one and 75 100 dollars Dr Patterson for false statements ing DRIED ERUIT Dull and lower at 21 with interest at the rate of eight per cent made before the Memphisconference held to 3 cts per lb for apples aud 3 to 4 ets per annum from the 8th day of September 18S0 untilpaid an d S31 20 costs herein at Majficld last November for peaches I shall proceed to offer for sale at the you want to make your wife and If court house door in Hickman Ky tothe children happy go to J W ROGERS and iu highest bidder The combined opposition vote at Public Auction on get a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cents California was 24 164 votes cheater Monday the 8th day of November 1880 at 1 apl30 per can than the Republican vote lor Govern oclock r m or thereabout being county court day upon a credit of six months Mr Fisher of Cairo delivered a or in that State in 1879 the following described property towit temperance lecture at the Methodist In New Yjrk Republican decline The undivided interest of James A Hicks He is a pleasant church Sunday last In the in the N W qr of sec 2 t 1 r 3 west to bet unless at lonu odds good Ulker and represented the temper- Â¬ pool rooms aud tatnblitir houau Han iu Fulton county Ky containing lb being the interest acres more or It ance cause flourishing in Cairo His cock brings S125 to GtrGeld S10U deeded hv Jhs A Hicks to the dcfendunC speech was well received and doubtless Robt hicks Dgc Is lSi7 or sufliciotit The people of Coiurcdo neeni d bad o good effect After the conclusion e lo prouuee ins sura in iiiuuer on terniined to exliujMii h the Ute slid of his remarks of those present 30 sign- Â¬ hreak un the revril trratv cbailiMn Mn Tiiirlinswr with aitTirnvcil anretv i ir r ed s the pledge He promises to visit their reservation Thts looks Ijktji must execute bund bear or ecuiJf Hickman again in November and spend small nixed jin robeliiou iainst jhe interest frm the day of several days in the temperance work for vn le u ul PJ- I ernuunt of the United States I i iT ci Bidders will lie f a j idgment will A Double Makriaoe There Erunsville uiocus ciatjr titat t prepared U cob ply promptly with these be a double marriage at Mayfield JAO AWILSON the Republicans carried ffiftt dtv bjlterus Master Commissioner Mr John Wiison a mer Â¬ the lavish u se ol tii ut morning vcfii t achant end Miss Kate Robertson and Rev dvitare nat the j MtiK oisTtsaiBEosicrSfi Sale T G Whilten pastor of the Methodise ntrrtuiiteann t 1 certain Ieiocrai Fulton Circuit Cuurlktntucky church and Miss Mary Robertson are to iroui 10 to jflUl tn rni4o wsv inm Co pllfs Piokiusoit tUrfe be wedded Both ladies are the daugh tlte polio I Equity against tera of Judge W W Bobertson and the he Democrat be fnofonVi Ionian defendants doot ceremony will take place at the father By virtue of ft judgment nnd order of eaest frdu i ha agaiu fTutnjhed Oar residence After the ceremony the party party to day - trjue thsn it evr lc ut ilit-- fultcn Circuit Court rendered will take the train for this place and hers a and h- - atofi to lis fbjinerin4 pro At vbe IVbrunry term thereof 1878 in tbe ibe sum of three take a Tenncseee river steamer for Ala Â¬ purtiop during tii frjudu ffii aaiin- - Hbuve eiuie fur and 715 100 dollHra bun with dle I iJ eicntv bama on a bridal tour The parties are f i t tiOu of tie ertrti triad iu th- - intnresc nt tlicrate of Oper cent per an- all known to some of our citizens Pa White oue Tho day ot retrtbu nutu from thu loth day of February I WIS until paid and 583 75 costs herein Jttcah Next tiou iiuear at hand I hall proceed lo offer for enle at tie court Yenrly thouinU of dolan worth Iioue diir in Hickman Ky to l he high THE LATEST STYLES OF MENS AND ol machinery is left staudinp otft in the est bidder at public auction on 1Jlouday nt oclock fieldi aud around tho lurus to ru t aud the 8th day or November 1880 county court BOVS CAPS CHEAP AT being p in or thereabout and takiuff laj upou credit of six months the fo -up hed rot Uy Gxitt olO lt J AM BERGS SONS the machinery apart it could he stowed lowing described piopertj to wit The Cox T L Jones Hickman in and kept out of the sui and stuuis south-u-es- t iiuiirler of sec 12 I 1 r 3 Hon Thos L Jones Hancock elector for and the machinery would west and the soutb eiM of the north lat the State at large addicsaed our ponple It la nut tenerjlly he cafce went juarter of wam section towimliip at City Hall Wednesday on the political tint machinery N worn out hut is rust ami range containing in all 200 acres morn or es Ijiug in Fulton county Ky His ed issues of the Presidential canvas aud rotted out Ill u Uid is told bubject to tbe mortgage epeeah was an able exposition of the prin Â¬ dal A Wc tales it as o unmistakable omen lein of II iiiU--c- lTjler for oaa thousand the at 10 per cent from ciples ef the Democratic party and a mas lais nitb of victory that the Dnnucracy of terly arraignment of the records acts I Kast espcctaUy where the battle thf IKiI day if August 1S71 until paid and is ti Piilject to the lien of Sallie S Jordan for and dsincs of the Republican parly His he waed and ol the ciiltie countrj two thousand dollars nith interest at 0 glowing tribute to the characters of Han have not been February loth cat down nor dpmnrliir ht cm fromsufficient thereof to 3878 pro clo eaek Mil English wag superhy until paiJ or l c i It the sums cf money so ordered to and was frequently applauded I f I t duc jeut iltiin in nhtfitfTr illilli lnttA ifltillii nu uu1 buiiit ili ihii CICUIItlllil made For the purchase prjee tbe We wish every Democrat in the county beginuis i witt Mnt one Kllli ll Pud purehascr with approvjud surety or ae themselves of I he plca- - Fiilm ire eut in l titnylvaiiia in I8j had have availtd cut Hies inn it execute bonds bearing ue ef staring Col Jones is very hope- - tjlat uter deuioriiizatiau ha iui toU legil interest from the d ty of sale fwl as to the triumphant election of llzu j UWJ jevorse i at tlte all elec iioiiN until paid and having the force andÂ¬ effort of si judijent linlders n ill be pre ooekaad ibinV 8 the Uemecrats will ro i he ca e rnu fich heio mW ith these pared to eounnlv promptly IadiaHA iu rievembT with an Bl- eata to piuk uc T M FUKNCH Qr terms prNpeei of hvw yrp rvw Deiu Special Commissioner oet22 80 Jey0ieetioutJaiiicandCilifornialVlroui dagter FAKE3T UP Children grow fat Narcotic upon Mothers like and Physi- Â¬ cians recommend CASTOKIA It regulates tho Bowels cures Wind Colic allays Fcverishncss and destroys Worms PITCHERS CASTOUtA is not NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE reasonable terms lying one fourth of mile souti TP3t of the Court House In the town of Hickman embracing about Hickman Ky GO TO THE of land nearly all under fence with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING pood Cibtcrn and Stables younp bearing Orchard of selected fruit good Garden spot and good lots of never failing water apply to tlm under for Stuok spncd orT M French C F C C B II WALKER jaiO M FORTY TWO AND ONE HALF ACRES BEST ISTotice jSTotice a feFSS - sAsian m THE WORLD a MUG STORE or eir Restaurant o m Pr lira ber shall receive 2o QJ the second larg Â¬ est 13 00 and the third largest S10 00 The test of said inducement shall be by bringing the tax payer to the sheriff and see his or her receipt obtained or by paying the money and for eaeh rccpt so given or obtained a ticket will be given to the parly entitled thereto with the name of the payer written thereon nnl signed by the sheriff which ticket shall be kept by the holders thereof until tho 1st Monday in Jnnuiry next and then presented lo the sheriff at his office in Hickman and thoe three persons hold Â¬ ing the thrae highest number of tickets shall be paid in cash a above state B R Walkkk S F C D E2L 23T S- - 3S 2 Tke Markets UP gllCK JoWGIUi a j - -- Cmttmihsiuncrs Impuro Bl Carb Sofia la of a may lightly appear dirty whlto color It it watte cxnminea uy self bnta COMPARISON WITH CHUItCir COS AIIM AND XIAiairtER BAKD Will BliOW tiie difference Seo that ynnr Cabin Soda la wit I to and FttRB as should bo At I SIH1ILAK food SUSSTANCE3 used tor UJlUliliiliHI irnnnrnniiiitiiuiuiULiuu TO UUY YOUR A Eimpla hut severo test ef the eonparBtln value ot different brands of 8od is to dissolve s dessert rroonlul of ach kind rith about a pint of waterhot preferred in dear classes siirnnir until all a thoroughly dissolved The delate rious insoluble matter in tbe inferior Boda will bo shown after settling some twenty minute or sooner br the milky sDDcaranca of the solution and the quantity of coating fioefcy matter ao- cording to quality Be sure and astc for Church Cbs Soda and see that their came Is on the package and you will get the purest and whitest made The uso el this irlth sour milk in prelerenee to lairing roirder Eaves twenty times its cost Bee one psand package for valoabla informa tion and read carefully SHOW THIS TO YOUR 8RQCER Drugs Patent Medicines AN0Y TOILST ARTICLES PINEPSErUMES SOAPS PAINTS OILS Mr Mario Williams havng bocght the RESTAURANT formerly kept by War Â¬ ner Meachim rcpectttiily nnnounces lo the public that the establishment has been overhauled and that the former pa Â¬ FASHIONABLE trons and traveKbg public can bf ac hours at 25 cents iw to BOOT AND S SHOE MAKER commodttcd at all Boarders accomodated meal CfguRepilai JPiHiglirst market prices paid for Poul- Â¬ SHOP North West corner of Moscow try Butter Eggs Vegetables t c ind Troy Aveuues East Hickman Ky The politest attention given to patrons Satisfaction guaranteed Notice A splendid cook Meals from 6 to 8 and ly maj 9 FULTON CIRCUIT COURT from 12 to 2 oclock Special rates to reg- Â¬ se30 R C Prathers adrar pltiff ular boarders Meals 25c against Equity Headquarters for all Kinds of School R C Prathers heir3 and cred Shoe 32akei ISoof itors defendants HICKMAN KENTUCKY Books and School Supplies Notice is hereby given to the creditors Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made deceased that the un- Â¬ In- Â¬ of R C Prathcr to order and in the latest fashion visible patches put on wheih last longer dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above than when sewed All I ask is a trial styled cause will attend at the County Shop next door to City Barber Shop Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from feb7 79 9 the date heref until the 2lsi day of Feb- Â¬ ruary 1881 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and that all DEALER IX claims not presumed to him and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever barred Beer Saloon JNO A WILSON Master Cominr Fulton Circuit Court MILLERS old stand Clinton street School aijd Miscellaneous sept 1 1880 OYSTERS BOLOGNESAU PIGSFEET Fruits Candy Nuts JVoiicc The Cheese Crackers etc specialties FULTON CIRCUIT COURT Cigars and Tobacco best of W S Hicks admr plaintiff J goDt ami Jltemuhcv 92eils a I ail Skonrs niuiz sciinrnsit r - Nichols Ketheny Conimissloacvs H and FefcSie Lager Commissioners S Hicks DY2 STUFFS HAU CIGARS AND TOBACCO Stationery c Wall Paper Pic- Â¬ 1 MNEWE - tfAW VvSilJT scli4 Iockcl Knives Kasors WMJULJiJILj I ture Frames Pocltct Cutlery Toys Goods CLINTON STREET SEWING MACHINES at the 3 and JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICKS of latest Fall nnd Winter Fashions nnd a large lot of samples of French English and Gerrain goods utlemeu are invited to call and ex sepl26 Fancy r Merchant Tailor HAS Jolin G- - GrifEii W Prescriptions Accurately Compounded Store of Sale and Livery Stable KY -- 1 1 pl - errl Has been o constant ubo b public for over twenty st scars and Is propa ration over In Tented for KESTOK1NG GKAY HAIR TO ITS i5 JtfiJ5jFt- - mmm isSa 1 VtNi BUCK r3 The t Bl OOWGILX TZ2 HICKMAN Wm B Plummer STREET KENTUCKY Stats AsBayer and Chemist of Mass and leading endorse and g i ui h tzszi fefl aySend for copies of my New Reduced Price Lists ef Picture Franes Chromos Brackets Croquet Sets and Ease Balls for 1878 constantly KEEPS sale on nand for hire ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of W S Hicks deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of the Fultoi Circuit Court under en order in the abovo styled cause will attend at tho-- County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 21st day of February lfaSl to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedsnt and that all claims not presented to him and proven a3 required by law withim tne time specified above will be forever JNO A WILSOX barred Master Corarar Fulton Circuit Court sept 1 1880 against heirs and V Equity credit- - J i- YOUTHFUL COLOR Van 111E supplies tho natu ral food and color to tho era O t a to C03SIS TO STAY I THE BEOULAtt Â¬ Caps Caps at -- elands without etalninc tho skin It will increase end thicken tho growtli of tho liulr pre vcut its lilanchlnjr end falling off antl tliuo AVERT BALDNESS It cores Itchlntr Krup- rions and Dandruff As a HAIR DRESSING it is very desirable Riving tho hair a silken softness which all admire It keeps the head clean street aud healthy balr Cairo Hickman c w ij3 fe J A O KET New Madrid 3 as a 1 it great triumph in meui- cine W rvi T HXXI AMBROSE MaM Master aug20 9 tnu1 J lA This elegant pisx uger steamer wilt arrive at litekmuii gniii dovn overi r imday Hl Thursday up Wodnes lay and Fri lay Commissioiiers Notice HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS heretofore ex FVLTOX CIRCriT COURT Thankful for patronage tended him bo solicits a continuance of Abncr Young dirr plaiatiiF Equity same against Abner Youngs heir and credit J ors defend y tice f hereby given t tbe creditors 1 1 Abier Youuj deesel tbi tUe dersvued Commissiouer f iho Kilt Crcuit C it under aR ardor in the stove tviod cius3 will attend t the Coumjr tjnrt Oorfs office In HiekwB Ky frwa the dale herrof urtil the 2Ut UHy nt 10 receive and heir t Vrry of 1 i m ncaiiist Bid drcsdent autt tfc all claims not preseut to Utn and prveu3 required by law wtfaii the time specilied aoovc will be fai ver brred sr FVffTB-d-j JNO A W1UON JWJJZxi U Masttr finramr Tulioii Circuit Court roil sept 1 lSSl Conglis Colds Soro Throat liron 11 prf 1 yBfrsTi JU - chitis Astlimt Consumption nC TIIKOAT find And All SlioaKi LVGS I Commissioners FULTON CIRCUIT Jas Notice ir KSmTCR -- GARDNER IX V - i - KKALEItS Tlov rlf I WHISKERS will change tho beard to a cKiEMS OYB I1UOWS P a W o Pw 1 WfllfTfT h tZZV iS 15 i n o rTa t33 jST nwn nflrtlM tfilA tm 1mlYw TTu SrantJtwllT protwrad of Btlnim TWa Crrtilllzod RucCndjOUlvJFna otbsr tonThs lormuU k Lnrtwn LiMir Lttt Uhvsicins is nihlf Hmmvcdlll jnot rt tu Iba br Itiem and Gtrp - analjsU nt oar Chicagopnmlnoot A- MVRISR tn cueiaUf Prof label ot eenr bnttlf It is woll Jeqowii to tbmrdal projBHawn thit TOIO POCK aa1 UY B nCl afiord th Eroilwt nIe cr tund- - Colds IaCuocz R wnoliit th ta Sore Taroat Weak LnniaaIoUonacmlttooi clplent and admncj i ties I caiust f Erfir J u Brantley s heirs aau ertut- - J ors defendants of lrr-l Brntlcis ndrnr piaictilF rVRT J lhjua BKVKK AG T and APPKTjZHK u ceinuui b in tajii WBakor totii 1 J m it I ufii a nt rtf r f frin- U ore actmtr awl 5 t ia- It ikIm - cojtii J9 rJll tvld rne i Notice i giifen to U erwiitora th t th- Brantley J Coiamiuioner ot itiu Tali a JUIS u ifttr in tfrtiei ic tike ar ve torfiiV will fltlKa -a hrb cerl jT rcj iinr or ISIwVCK at discretion Reins iu one preparation it is easily applied and produces a permanent color that will not wash off lKELAKED 1JY CO HASHUAHB R P HALL KoiJ uz - LOWER and LOWER 1 ly Scld by aI Dedcrs in Medicine A JIOMOIIIJi All kinds of Groceries hams sidos will not he as cheap ns the cheapest JOILN WHTsNG underbid U FCO FIIXS MA TRA SSKS URNJTUE ttllIvM An Hfwlii inin the proor piaif dOr IOIL a UO K A - U c X Tti i - y3 Ktt ruary itt aerfiirceiT SBtl 1Ki1 to rithe oahr fcvi log r iHjVKKNMtNl STJP a iftinst Mtil aecwiif wm m oci KRTJ Pmprieton hI iia n tu biw aa fv- LiWKDt 111 iluuou stmt Cbliujra i taw wrma mv TA nA LDrinrlMpJ aoiu J n Ki r ii- mc rIILA ii- IS Cv tU TV Ali Oar IJT Aal SJr tUiUren e i tvr in T INK Tot jour Irus3tfor It It jour irofcr nts j IimmW i t ell 14 rv M jiio r rrad iv hr fc Wmm - t h t b - jrTT I- - tlviftlAir ynnr Uicitua mr icit for KhNrUl M rsrfTis and MlltVJLI ucrylirt UKicjriiT a 1 - ituUMt imi itcH -- virrti a t fnvfw VH - t - V z - vteffLt si - Ppf m iHrtfc OUB TOUXG FOLKS tSE GBASSnoiZEK EXCHANGK OF TOE nOTAt What are RrLsahoprieKi good lor Child come listen to mr And Ill Kll you about a grasshopper That hops in history Too hTe rral of mighty London Its wondeiful rights and mange its Castle AMiey and paud St Pauls Tower and RoyM Exchange TVell on the top nost pinnacle Of the Exchange appears A iaonter uravdiopper weatherenck That has hopp d three hundred years Jl woman once left a baby In a gammer field to die With a merry grasshopper chirping near With its noisy revelry A happy hearted schoolboy Listened as he skipped by And running to catch the grasshopper He heard the baby cry twas a royal moment For the sorrowing stranger there The boy thlittle one carried home To a mothers loving rare The baby pre np to manhood A mirihond strong tnd creat Be ws a true and noble knight In the service of the statz Oh And when the royal building was founded in his name lie lilted t he humble grasshopper To its pinnacle of fame There through the long long centuries Br Itreeze or tempest sbfcen It tells Cod heard the voice of the lad Br human lore foroVn Are There Glaciers on the Surface or the Moon 1 This is a question which hnd long puzzled the inhabitants especially of Northern countries for the orb was al Â¬ ways regarded as a cold body In fact some of tho more untutored of tho an- Â¬ cients supposed tho moon to be an im- Â¬ mense sheet or globe of transparent ice fixed in space and only made visible by tho departure of tho sun below tho hori- Â¬ zon They supposed the surronndings of the moon to be so cold as to prevent it from thawing for all time Now if it is true that tho moon is n dead star as we are told there are no glaciers upon it If on the other hand the moon is not a dead star it may have glaciers on its surface It has been shown in a previous article that there is ono side of tho surface of the moon which we never see but the probability is that the unseen side has the same con- Â¬ formation and geological appearance such as extinct volcanoes dried up oceans etc as the side which we can see and which astronomers study through powerful telescopes After all however tho moon may bo an orb of perpetual cold and oven if it contained glaciers on its surface similar to those on tho earth their ac- Â¬ tion would not create heat In this con- Â¬ FARM NOTES Tie Wild HcII TMnger and n Brarr Boy Aqnasco is such an town that no doubt many of the children never have heard of it before It is in the State of Maryland and stands on a little hill near the month of Patuxent River In the summer time no girl or boy of Aquasco need go to the seashore for salt water flows at their feet and tho same sajt breeze that sweeps fleet after fleet of white sailed ships np and down the Chesapeake Bay blows in the windows of the houses in Aqnasco The good people of Aqnasco go to bed so scon after supper that the whippoor will cries and complains without ope pcron to pity him and the grant of the bull- Â¬ frog is the only voice that answers the whirr nnd ring of tho clocks when they strike twelve midnight So it was that when iu tho middle of tho night of the 25th of last June Cyras Wallace an Aquasco boy heard the church bell ringing he sprang out of bed and ran barefooted into the street As he reached the gate ho saw men run ningby at the top of their speed Whats the matter shouted Cyrus to one of the flying figures A fire I guess said the man Fire fire fire shrieked Cyras as he ran after the others and in a few minutes the whole town of Aqnasco was aroused Everybody was in the street and everybody was hurrying towards the church Women seized water buckets and children gathered np pails Aquasco had been very still five minutes before but now Aquasco was beside itself with excitement Bat where was the fire Tho first man who reached the church put his hands to his month and hallooed to the top of the bell tower where the bell was still clanging away The second man did the same and the third called aloud and so did the fourth Not a word would the person in tho bell tower answer though he rang and rang until all Aquasco gathered on the grass below The door of the steeple is locked said one of the men Nobody under- Â¬ stands it Maybe some rascal got locked in there yesterday and fell asleep said Mr Rankin the Constable Xo no replied Mr Westcoat the sexton of the church I was up tliore in the afternoon and there wasnt any Â¬ body in the tower its a spirit of a goblin thats what it is and Mr Westcoat shook Ids head while some of the children huddled together and held their breath con It6 old Tappans ghost tinned Mr Westcoat Tappan was sexton before I was and he rang that bell np there for twenty years Hes come back Cyrus laughed when he heard the sex Â¬ ton say such things Cyras knew very well that only cowards believed in ghosts Te was afraid of big dogs and drunken men but common sense told him that there was no such thing as a ghost or creature of the dark of any kind Give me the keys said a man to the sexton M go np and stop that ring ing The sexton fumbled in his pocket only to find that he had left the keys at home a half mile away Glad enough to get away from the haunted church the sexton started homo after the keys Meanwhile the bell still rang Every now and then the strokes would be faint but the next instant would come a loud clang as though the old bell didnt like such mysterious work a bit The wind was blowing stiffly in the tops of the tall oak trees but all knew that the wind could not ring the bell because of the lattice work around the belfry While the people were whispering together around the church Cyrus was busy look- Â¬ ing for a way to get into tho belfry before the sexton should return with tho keys He knew that there was a littlo round window just large enough for him to crawl through some distance up the side of the tower and when he at last got a ladder that reached to this little window he stepped boldly up the rounds Til bring down that ghost before Mr Westcoat gets back laughed Cyrus and the people could see him by the dim starlight as he put his head through the window and disappeared Cyrus found himself in a queer place It was so dark in the belfry that he couldnt see where to move He groped from one step to another going up the belfry stairs slowly while the sound from tho bell above seemed to crash down from above with ten fold clangor He reached the crank which the sexton turned when ringing the bell No one was there Hello ho there ho shouted Cyrus directly into the bells throat But the bells roar drowned his words He climbed still higher and soon sat among the rafters above the bell He reached down and felt the aii around the belL His hand struck something Oh thought Cyras He felt the something and found that it was the limb of a tree Following the limb with his hand he found that the limb had thrust itself through a big hole in the lattice work Every time the tall tree on the outside rocked this limb moved quickly forward and withdrew again Cyrus laughed He had found the ghost for he knew that the end of tho limb had caught tho clap- Â¬ per of the bell and so that every time the tree was rocked by the wind the clapper struck He caught the limb with both hands and gave it a hard strong pull The limb bent and the beli stopped ringing In the mean time tho people were waiting anxiously below As soon as the bell stopped Cyrus put his mouth to the hole in the lattice and called out that it wasall right The sexton soon arrived with the keys and taking a hatchet Cyras chopped the bothersome limb in two The people of Aquasco went to bed and many laughed at the sextons ghost On the following day a great number visited the belfry to see the curious bell ringer It was found that an army of flying squirrels had cut the hole in tho latticework and that the wind had forced the limb of the neighboring oak through the opening A little prong near the end of the limb had caught the clapper near its point and so the wind made its novel bell ringer Philadelphia Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nection it maybe remarked that Prof Marks of Philadelphia stated at a re- Â¬ cent meeting of tho Franklin Institute that he had made some calculations of the maximum speed at tvhicli locomo tives could be driven before tho centri- Â¬ fugal forco on tho tires of tho driving wheels would become so great as to cause them to burn These calculations which however were approximate only shqjved that the limit of speed was in the neighborhood of 15G lKue8 per hour Now some of the glaciers move only about an inch in a day some even less Dr H J Klein who two years ago announced a new crater in the moon has a brief article in La Nature in which he gave reasons for believing that the moon is not dead Ho has re-Â¬ cently examined drawings of the neigh- Â¬ borhood of tho new crater which con- Â¬ firm the theory of recent changes on the lunar surface and cites also other draw Â¬ ings in further proof thereof Prof Klein adds that ho announced the new depression near Hyginus as a ciater from analogy It is a crater funnel and even ono of tho largert Toward tho south there is a shallow spoon shaped hollow which terminates in a second small crater In full sunlight when tho interior of the large hollow of the crater is no longer in shadows the spoon shaped hollow may still bo seen as a gray spot Bytho use of high telescopic powers it is remarked that tho environs of the new crater appear to be fissured iu a bewildering manner Two fine fur- Â¬ rows like clefts in tho soil which ex- Â¬ tend from the north toward the Snail mountain are tho finest objects on tho moon J Heart Disease When an individual is reported to have died of disease of the heart wo are in the habit of regarding it as an in- Â¬ evitable event as something wliich could not liavc been foreseen or pre- Â¬ vented and it is too much thehabit when persons suddenly fall down dead to report the heat as the canso this silences all inquiry and investigation nnd saves the trouble and inconvenience of a repulsive post mortem A truer report would have a tendency to save many lives It is tlirough a report of disease of tho heart that many an opium eater is let off into the grave which covers at once his folly and his crime tho brandy drinker too quietly slides round tho corner thus and is heard of no more in short this report of disease of the heart is the mantle of charity which tho politic Coroner and the sympathetic physician throw around the graves of genteel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tite United States while it contains less than a sixth of tho population of Europe has four fifths as many swine a third as many cattle and a fifth as many sheep as are in all the Eropcan countries together Perhaps the heaviest returns ever ob- Â¬ tained in this country from a single sheep was secured last year by Daniel Smith of Hinsdale N H who raised from a Shropshire ewe three lambs which ho sold for 18 and the wool of the ewe for 150 making the tottl income from tho sheep 1950 Friend farmers prepare your land for wheat better than you ever prepared it before Harrow harrow harrow If the soil is sandy roll after sowing or drilling in H at all inclined to be clayey roll beforo sowing See if the results of this careful preparation do not more than pay tho cost Prof Budd says in tho Iowa College Quarterly of the Worden grape We have tho true Worden growing on the collego farm and the merest novice can distinguish between it and the Concord at a distance of ten feet It ripens in lowa mlly ten days beforo the latter and the fruit is larger and more juicy Chicken Cholera Seeing considerable about this disease in tho different agricultural journals I give yon a very simple cure which was communicated to mo by a lady friend We have tried it and found it to work to a charm It is simply a piece of salt bacon or shoul der nnilcd to a stump or board and placed where tho fowls can pick at it Old wormy stuff that is not good to cat is just as good as any and a large piece can be bought at almost any coun- Â¬ try store for a mere song Try it Hay seed in the Son of the Soil Tun Coming Fence The Farm Jour- Â¬ nal gives iu a few words its opinions con- Â¬ cerning tho fences of a no distant future It says 1st the fencing material of the era now dawning wili consist more largely of iron than heretofore but 2d iron posts wili not be used unless there is a great fall in the price of iron a cir- Â¬ cumstance not likely to occur 3d to turn cattle and horses only a fence consisting of wooden posts with three iron No 6 wires will prove the cheapest and best fence Tho bottom wire about two feet from tho ground may have barbs upon it to prevent cattlo from pushing against it tho top wire should have plastcrine lath wired to it horizontallv the lath whitewashed to prevent ani- inais rumiiug iuio tue icucu ui to turn sheep and hogs wooden fence is cheepest and best 5th as to the fence of the moro distant future for turninsr j cattle we aro not prepared to name it but many farmers in the old dairy sec tions will say fence no fence I ho soiling system that will feed and support one hundred cows on one hundred acres requires no fence at all for the cows do not graze but aro fed at tho barn winter and summer Â¬ Â¬ covered with a thick crust made as above bake until apples are tender serve hot with hard sauce or with cream and sugar bo sure to cut air holes in the crust to let the steam escape Oyster Soot Ono quart of solid oysters free from grit Pour into a sauce pan two quarts of boiling water cream a large tablespoonful of flour with a half teacupfnl of butter thicken the boiling water with the paste season with pepper boil up add the oysters and cook until tho edges curl Have heated a teacupfnl of sweet cream or as rich milk as you can get turn into tho tureen pour in the oysters nnd serve Favbe Beans Boil some white beans until quite dry and tender Into a four THE FAMILY DOCTOR A very simple and expeditions way of cooking a little bit of chicken or fish for a sick person is to butter a paper thickly and place the food to bo cooked within tho paper and place it on a gridiron over a clear fire A very short time suffices to cook it thoroughly and I have often fountLhat to be eaten when all other modes of invalid cookery have been tried in vain Chambers Journal Teeth aro destroyed either by the action of acids or the development of vegetable parasites The former is the much moo frequent cause of decay It has been demonstrated by actual experi ment that even very weak acids may i sufiico to decompose tho teeth sub-- j XU 31UUCC3 uuiirn U1U jiuuu of grapes will render tho enamel of a chalky consistence Mostvegetiblo sub-Â¬ stances are inert until fermentation takes place and acetic acid is formed Animal substances exert no deleterious influences until putrefaction is far advanced When cold affects the head and eyes and impedes breathing tlirough the nose great relief is gained by a wet napkin spread over the upper part of the face covering the nose except an opening for breath This is to be covered by folds of flannel fastened over the napkin with a handkerchief So also a wet towel over tho throat and whole chest covered with folds of flannel often relieves op- Â¬ pressed lungs So says Miss Bucher and truly In addition use a hot foot- Â¬ bath and take a glass of hot lemonade on retiring at night This is the best time also for the hot foot bath which should be followed by the lemonade JUILJ-Ulgll- SaTe Dat Fockctbook I A negro planter camo to Vicksburg sold his cotton put hi3 money in his pocketbook and started down the river Leaning too far over the guards as the His boat backed out ho fell overboard which was in his side portemonnaie pocket floated out and rode with his hat on the surface of the water while the current carried the negro away The yawl was lowered and assistance at once started towards the drowning man wjho perceiving his treasure floating off raised Iris voice and shouted Save dat pocketbook 1 Paper Barrels A company in Connecticut make bar- Â¬ rels kegs and cans from paper pulp which is done wholly by pressure by screw or toggle joint or both combined Tho barrel is made on a shape or form to make the inside and outside of this is another to make the outside the inner form being hinged in sections to admit of its folding on itself for the removal of tho barrel the outer form contracts by tho action of screws self operating duiing the process of shaping the bar- Â¬ rels One machine is capable of pro Â¬ ducing 200 barrels per day The heads of the barrels aro produced by similar moans bnt on a much simpler machine These are disks with a rim slightly pro- Â¬ jecting on one face In some cases both heads are cemented in and straightened by an iron hoop at each end When removed from the machines the barrels kegs heads etc are placed in a kiln or drying room whero they remain from tlireo to twenty four hours accord- Â¬ ing to size and degree of heat admitted to the room The barrels are coated inside when required by a resistant varnish and are painted or varnished outside They are adapted for flour sugar and any dry substances for kerosene lard or any liquid and kegs aro made for powder and cans for other materials Tho vessels aro said to be practicably indestructible cannot leak aro light and easily handled The Widows Mite A gentleman called upon a rich friend for some charity Yes I must give you my mite said the rich man Do you mean tho widows mito said the gentleman Cerbuuly was tho answer I shall bo satisfied with half as much said his friend How as she gave much are you worth Seventy thousand dollars Give me then your check for 35 000 That will be half as much as tho widow gave for she you know gave her Pi m asssskrawWsBr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ quart baking dish put an inch layer of the beans seasoned with pepper and salt strew over minced bits of salt pork cover with a layer of raw oysters sprinkle with powdered cracker crumbs and bits of butter and cover with another layer of beans thus alternating until tho dish is almost full The beans should make the last layer Pour over a pint or more if tho beans wero very dry of oyster liquor cover and bake half an hour removing the cover toward the last that the top may brown One pound salt one pound CinrrNEr mustard seed ono pound stoned raisins one pound brown sugar twelve ounces garlic six ounces cayenne pepper two quarts unripe gooseberries two quarts best vinegar the mustard seed gently dried and bruised sugar made into syrup with pint of vinegar gooseberries dried and boiled in a quart of the ine gar the garlic to bo well bruised in a mortar when cold gradually mix the Invalids should keep the refresh- Â¬ wholo in a large mortar aud with the remaining vinegar thoroughly amalgamate ments covered in their sick room The them To bo tied down close- ttlB55gjr jellies blanc manges and various liq Â¬ uids used as cooling drinks are moro or kept the better less absorbent and easily take np the PITHAXBPOIXT impurities which float about a sick room A glass of milk leit uncovered will soon Far fetched Oolong tea become tainted with any prevailing A bad habit A seedy coat odor as can be proven by leaving it in a A poor sick man with a mustard room freshly painted How important plaster on him said If I should eat then that the poisons of sickness should be carefully kept from all that is to be a loaf of bread Id bo a live sandwich However dirty a man may bo says eaten the Elmira Advcrtisrr it is possible for If a person swallowsany poison whatever or has fallen into convulsions from him to keep a clean conscience in Â¬ It was on account of his being turned having overloaded tho stomach an and stantaneous remedy most efficient out to grass that he was called applicable in a largo number of cases is Ph iladctphia Bulletin heaping teaspoonful of common salt A leading actor declined an invita- Â¬ a and as much ground mustard stirred tion to fight a duel on the ground that rapidly in a teacupfnl of water warm or he didnt believe ho would make a hit cold and swallowed instantly It is There s a man in Aurora so thin that scarcely down before it begins to come ho had a row of buttons put on his um- Â¬ up bringing with it the remaining con- Â¬ brella cover and wears it for an ulster tents of the stomach and lest there be Burlington Ilatok Eyc any remnant of the poison however small let the white of an egg or a tea- Â¬ Are you lost my littlo fellow asked a gentleman of a ono spoonful of strong coffee be swallowed No ho sobbed as soon as the stomach is quiet as these day in Rochester in reply b but m my mother is articles nullify a largo number of viruJosn Billings has found one thing lent poisons that money cannot buy and that is the wag of a dogs bail It is an honest ex- Â¬ Found Dead With a Bag or Water- Â¬ pression of opinion on the part of the Â¬ Â¬ -- His head wentunder and disappeared As ho rose up again he gasped Dars 118 in dat pocketbook Scarcely had he uttered tho words be- Â¬ fore he sank a second time Tho yawl camo within reach just in time to rescue the drowning African as he came to the surface for the last time As soon as the water was wiped from his nose and mouth so that he coidd see and speak he asked Diddid yon save dat pocketbook No was tho response Well den said tho negro regretfully what do dobbil was de use ob savin me CERillEBl FOB Â¬ RHEUMATISM 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 No Preparation on earth equals St Jaeon On as a MCfe aurr nimple and cheap External Remedy A trial entails but the comparatively trifling outlay of 50 Cents and every one snflering with pain can hare cheap and positive proof of it claims Directions In jtSeven Xaerrriaget BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AUD DEALEB8 IH MKDICIHE It Was Alfonso A well dressed young man entered a Madrid shop nnd after walking un- Â¬ Have easily about for a time asked you any watches with India rubber cases Tho astonished shop keeper answered in the negative Tho youth shambled up and down the floor a few times and again said You havent any rattle boxes with diamond handles No sir said tho s k I suppose How young does a child begin tonse a velocipede It asked the youth depends a good deal on tho kid was tho answer some begin youncr some Would you pell mo a two dont wheeled one and change it for a three waeeled ono if it was a girl Couldnt do it came the curt re-Â¬ sponse The youth went out and the shop keeper reposes in tho lowest dun- Â¬ geon of the castle It was tho King of Spain A handsome young man sat day after day at a desk by the window of a store at Hillsboro Ky A handsome young woman sewed almost as constantly at tho window of her residence just across the street They began a flirtation with handkerchiefs developed it into court- Â¬ ship with notes and finally eloped all without exchanging a spoken word un- Â¬ til the night of the flight Another re- Â¬ markable feature of tho case was the fact that the woman was the wife of the Bev James A Caywood a highly respected Methodist pastor shonld recollect that trith tho loss of health loss of enjoyment and happiness soon follows A Cough or Cold quicldy undermines tho health and should be checked by tho prompt nte of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup For Price 25c sale by all drnggists Feet and Ears and all other Pains and Aches 4 A VOGEU3R CO JtalUmorrMdJTSA all Vegetine PERMANENTLY More to Me than Cold CURES Kn BSrirrM yon I wish lo Inform fiULrouc Miss March 7 1SS0 KIDNEY DISEASES LIVER COMPLAINTS vrhxt Ycaxmx has done for m I hare been troablrd with Erysipelas Humor for more than thirty years in my limbs and other parts cf my bodrand hare beeji a great snflVrer I commenced tak Â¬ ing KGETiss one year aeo last Anrust and can trnly say it has done moro for me than any other medicine I aeem to be perfectly frve from this humor and can recommend it to every one Would not be without this medicine tis rrnire to me Uian gold and I feel it will prove a bless Â¬ ing to ethers as it has to me Yours moetrespectrnlly Mis IAVID CLASS Constipation and Piles WONDERFUL IT HAS WiTTm BBBasaeasBsl Au w BENTLEY M Treatment D says Â¬ It has done more good than all Medical BECAUSE IT ACTS ON TITeI iaVKUsTBE BOWELS AND KJJJ- KEYS AT THE8A3IE TDXE BAcatlftei It rlAnnAia the wam w wv ristvAinrM1 thanolaonousthumrirsithnt VJMflllVII In Kidney and Urinary diseases Blr I lousness Jaundice Constipation r nco or in Kncumaiism neuralgia ana r emaie disorders -- Di tUfCD if awimsj If II I lasmsaa I people it was reported that of sixty six persons At a scientific congress at Strasbourg who had suddenly died an immediate and faithful post mortem showed that only two persons had any heart affection whatever one sudden death only in thirty three from disease of the heart Nine out of the sixty six died of apoplexy one ont of every seven while forty six more than two ont of threo died of lung affections half of them of con- Â¬ gestion of the lungs that is tho luugs were so full of blood they could not work there was not room for air enough to get in to support life It is then of considerable practical interest to know some of tho common cvery day causes oi inis congestion oi uio mugs a dis- Â¬ ease which the figures above being true kills three times as many persons at short warning as apoplexy and heart disease together Cold feet tight shoes tight clothing costive bowels sitting still until chilled through after having been warmed up by labor or a long hasty walk going too suddenly from a close heated room as a lounger or listener or speaker while the body is weakened by continued application or abstinence or heated by tne effort of a long address these are the fruitful causes of sudden death in the form of congestion of the lungs but which being falsely reported as dis- Â¬ ease of the heart and regarded as an inevitable event throws people off their guard instead of pointing them plainly to the true causes all of which are avoid- Â¬ able and very easily so as a general rule when tho mind has been once in-Â¬ telligently drawn to the subject Journal of Health HalCs Potatoes and Point Says a writer in Notes and Queries I have always understood that it meant eat-Â¬ ing potatoes only and pointing to a bacon hanging on the walL I liavc heard a variation of it Four Irishmen wishing to live frugally bought a lot of potatoes to cat and a red herring to rub them on to give them a flavor but finding this used up their herring too quickly they got another which they put into a hot tie and rubbed their potatoes on the out Â¬ side of There is another saying as common as potatoes and point To one asking what he can have to eat it is considered very clever to say Bread and pullet Lets have it then says he A largo lump of bread is set on tho table and we asks for the chicken Chicken pullet why there it is Why heres naught but bread Well pull it and then youll have bread and pullet Varieties that Hens often havo a habit of biting and pulling their feathers and greedily eating them until their bodies are bare This practice it is be lievcd is occasioned by a want of salt as when salted food is given them they make no attempt to continue thehabit Salt pork choppel fine and fed twice a week has been adopted with succehs while others put a teaspoonful of salt with two quarts of meal or shorts moistend well mixed and fed nbont twice every wesk Fowls like human beings to be healthy must have a cer- tain allowance of salt So long as the American people prize sugar sweet cakes and tho New York hotels consume 1800 i 000 chickens and poultry and 5500000 of eggs every week the poultry business in this country will remain a good one clean houses and j Give your fowls warm dry grassy runs if yon would havo them clear of roup and canker And feed them regularly with good nourish ing food if you would have them free from disease lay moro eggs and bo more prohtable every day Winter Dairctno The better class of livers in tho United States are begin Â¬ ning to demand good fresh butter in-Â¬ stead of the salted articlo which has hitherto bcon eaten through the winter months In cousequenco those farmers who try to please the palate by produc Â¬ ing a sweet nutty tasting commodity will reap their re ward by receiving a re muuerating price Setting aside fancy prices it is certain that a good fair rata will always bo paid for butter which can be depended upon to come to hand weekly in uniform quality Tho best butter maker in the United States fails unless tho cows are fed properly there- Â¬ fore there must be the right sort of food The hay bhould be made from grass cut when in bloom and this alone will do hut some corn meal and wheat bran will increase the cream and add to the rich ttavor of the butter Also the use of arrots will canso a greater flow of milk md thero will be then the peculiarly rcsh taste which characterizes butter Alien cows are in good pasture in June Of course comfortable stabling cleanliness and exercise in a sheltered yard will The be requisite for full success cows should have their calves in September or thereabouts and the heifer calves from all good milkers should bo raised which can bo done on the skimmed milk In the autumn there is no forage or food of any kind better for milch cows as a help to failing pasture than pumpkins I have used them freely for years with the best re- Â¬ sults and find the fear of the seeds all nonsense At the present time I have a fine lot growing among the corn and about three acres planted near the barn which together will be sufficient to last till Christmas if I can secure a portion of them from frost After the pumpkins are gone carrots are better than any other variety of roots and if fed tdl grass comes again thero need be no loss of quality in tho butter The quantity of tho milk will be equal to the best grass season and will depend upon the cows Any man having common sense nnd managing properly can obtain double tho average given by cows of the kind usually met with if he will buy good ones and breed from none but deep milkers nnd from bulls which are from a deepmUking strain Correspondence of Country Gentleman I I J Salt for Potjltrt dog said a charming lady with a naivo expression that made her face radiant pointing to an ebony caso of china waro that is my brick bat cab- Â¬ There inet j What papers off my writing desk aro you burning there cried an author to the servant girl Oh only tho pa- Â¬ per whats all written over sir I haint touched the clean A man gets into trouble by marrying two wives If he marries only one he may have trouble and some men have come to sure tribulation by simply Sromising to marry one Trouble any passed him without bowing I You cer- Â¬ tainly were in love with him yesterday Yes for nbout an hour I fancied that he resembled somebody with whra I was in love for a week last year An Irish agent having been instruct- Â¬ ed to raiso rents called a meeting of the tenants and apprised them of tho intenYou can afford it tion said ho Sisee how the prices havo risen lence was broken by an old farmer who Yes thero is no denying that said It used to cost a pound to get an agent Bhot and nowJbo jabers it cant bo done The rents have not been under two raised A minister was questioning his concerning the story of Eu tychus the young man who listening to tho preaching of tho apostlo Paul fell asleep and falling down was taken up dead What he said do wo when learn from this solemn event tho reply from a littlo girl camo pat and prompt Please sir ministers should not preach too long sermons They were walking in tho fields and Mary hesitated to pass through a lane that contained a pugnacious looking goat Why Mary said Charles come along this is tho first time you ever refused mo when I asked you to Upon this appeal of pass tho butter course she hesitated no longer especial- Â¬ ly as she now noticed that William was tethered TA fortune teller was arrested in Paris and carried before the Tribunal of Â¬ Â¬ Sunday-school coquettes met a gentleman in the street Whatl said one you Two I interrupted Brother Gardner Are Ton Jfot In flood IIcaMb T I knew de deceased fur If the Liver is the source of your trouble yon many long yars Ho was simply a col- can find an absolute remedy in Dr Saxiobds ored man same as do rest ob us He Liver Lntioorator tho only vegetable cathar- Â¬ Cures all wasnt any mo truly good dan any odder tic which acts directly on the Li eb Dn Sax diseases For Book address pnsson Fact am ho was powful mean Bilious162 Broadway New York bout a great many tings an nono too ford Trip Vollmlc Ilrll JIaratiall JIlcli good in any Ho was fonn dead in a field Keep yonr eyes on dat He wras Will send their Electro Voltaic IJcUm to tiro their fonn dead in a field an jes bchin liim afflicted upon 30 days trial See On 30 acUur Days tiscment in this paper headed was a bag o watermelons an jes in Trial o him was a spring gun front Dats Veoetine Tho great success of tho Vego how ho was foun dead in a field Dats blood is tino as a cleanser and do trooly good sort of a man he was I ebown beyond a doubt pnriher of thenumbers by tho great I agree dat no man should speak ill of who have taken it and received immediate ro do cieatl but lis club am no pullin ina lief withsuch remarkable cures cltinc to kivcr up dead mens rascalities nops rem You can live Sich kind o work is looked for in Con- Â¬ agno and malariaon Malt sleep on enrich tho with Calisaya and gress an am taken fur what its wuth blood with Iron In short you can find ncwhfo Let it bo understood now an foreber in Malt Bittebs made of unfermentcd Malt dat any member of dis club who cits in Hops Calisaya and Iron as every druggist will front of a spring gun in a melon patch tell you or drops down in front of a smoke house Get Lyons Patent Heel stiffencrs applied to doah am not gwino to bo eulogized hcah those new boots beforo you run them over as a hero who lost his life whilo tryin to Wilhofti Fever and Aguo Tonic The old tow a burnin steamboat ashore As men reliable remedy now aelU at ono dollar speak of dem lib so may men Detroit Free Press Now den Â¬ melons A communication from Wilmington Del signed by a Justice of tho Peace and threo constables gave tho informa- Â¬ tion that Asphaltum Sylvester an hon- Â¬ orary memlier of tho club had been found dead in a field As soon as the reading was finished Col Pendulum Jones arose and began Misser Chair- Â¬ man Do tear leaps unbidden to my eye at de sad informashun dat anodder good man has passed from airth away Brudder Sjlvestcr was a man widont a singlo lault no was up Braddcr Jones will please set down whilo I fnr nisli a leetle moro informashun on dis A man in New York was killed recent--- y by a blow on the head from a nut- Â¬ Mnst have been a big nut cracker tracker to have cracked a cocoanut Oh now srr Back Aches How often wo hear It said Well may tho victim complain for the kidneys aro Buffering and when that is tho case thero is always danger great danger Kidney discahes if let run too often end fatal v Thero is howe er a Btirc cure for them Hums Remedy is a medicine that does not fail to cure kidney bladdtr liur and urinary com- Â¬ plaints Ercn Brights Dinease tho terror of physician i enreu by limits Remedy the great kidney an 1 liver medicine Try it and cure your backache before it terminate in ome Hiing worse Sold by all druggists Trial sizo 75 cents 1 Kiraitin Orr Feb 9 1SS0 Mi H R Stivljs Boton Mass Sir I have sold dunnr the past year a considerable qaantity of your VrosmK and I believe in all cases it bss Riven aatissction In one case a delicate youns lady cf about seventeen Tears was much benefited by its use Her parents informed me that it had done her more good than all the medical treatment to which she had prevt cssly beta subjected Yours respectfully J BESTLEY MD Loudly In Its I pound nnd can bo sent by mail prepaid J OnepackageTflllmakesIxqUof medicine KIDSET WOET I aarrvmv Bay IO 1 11 t tho Drwcslsts Wllia BTrffrM rn Price SIOO n t BnrilnirtOB mi particulars specimen Ti Praise Vismn CO and J0R t TKifJST 50C Toiorro Oit March 3 1SS0 Dear Sir Considering the short time thst has teen before the public here it sells well as a blond for aslnggish cr frontier u and first troubles ariingfromOur customers torpid speak a class medicine leudly in its praise Cor Queen and Elisabeth Streets NATRONA PENNA SALT MANUF BI CARB SODA J WEIGHT Is the bestln the World It ii absolutely pure It is the best for Uedicinal rnrposes It is the best for Baking Lid all Family Uses Sold by all Druggists and Grocers subject YEGETINE PREPARED BT H R STEVENS Sold Boston Mass by u vrops ORGANS t s0NLY stjb msH DAMN f CO IJKATTYH Phila ocr cocpler Vegetinejs allDrugqsts CYCLOPEDIA o 65 Sn ouXrlnl Wsarrantnl Catalogue 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IML C JESTEYC5 BrattleboroVS r i Â¬ You know how to read fortunes said a man of great wit DU rather fond of a joke for a mag-Â¬ istrate I do Bir said the sorcerer In that case said tho President you know the judgment we intend to pro- Â¬ nounce Certainly What will Nothing happen to you You Yes you will acquit are sure of that Acquit you me Thero is no doubt about it Because Why Correctional Police sir if it had been your intention to con- Â¬ demn me you would not havo added irony to misfortune The President disconcerted turned to his brother Judges and the sorcerer was discharged Saved by on Mrs Susanna Asmus No 11 Bartlett street Baltimore Md had for twenty two years been a sufferer from sorbTTSuiT pains in her limbs She tried many remedies without any favorable results Happening to hear of St Jacobs Oil she concluded at last to try it Tho result Tho sore healed tho was wonderful pains vanished and she is now well again Marriage in the Celestial Empire Thirty pairs of embroidered 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doing them Prido is as loud a beggar as want and a great deal saucier When you havo bought one fine thing you must buy ten more that your appearance may be all one piece but it is easier to suppress the first desire than to satisfy all that follow it berry crop of New Hampshire is estimated at near 100000 on the yeaily average and it is a very satisfactory thing to know that it is niainly clear gain Two hundred years ago the entire State could be bought for less money The blackberry blueberry and other Â¬ Didnt Sec the Number Little Allie was a precocious youth aged six He was in his sisters room one day while she was fixing her hair and annoyed her by passing his fingers through the long tresses which ho apHo peared to 1ms attentively examining finally exclaimed in a disappointed voice Sister Lill I dont see the numbers Why Allie what do you mean said the puzzled maiden Didnt papa read in the bible this morning that the hairs of tho head were all numbered said this literal minded youth Â¬ Muriate ammonia ono dram cologne water two drams distilled water seven ounces mix and use as a wash It contains nothing injurious Boast Oysters Open leave the oys- Â¬ ters upon tho lower shells place in a largo dripping pan and set in the upper grate in a quick oven for ten minutes Take out season with butter pepper and salt and serve upon the shell Broiled Oysters Select large ones wipe dry and broil upon a fino wire gridiron By dredging with flour beforo broiling a crust is formed which is liked by many Sprinkle with salt and pep- Â¬ per and drop a bit of butter upon each Pie Crcst Three and a half cunfnls of sifted flour ono cupful sweet lard one teaspoonful salt one teaspoonful baking powder ono cupful very cold water mix with knife using hands as littlo as possible to mix with roll Corn Fritters To the beaten yolks of threo eggs add a teacup of milk a pint of boiled greeu corn grated a little rait and as much flower as will form a batter thick enough to drop from a spoon Beat the whole very hard then stir in the beaten whites of the egg drop tho batter a spoonful at a time in hot lard Crows Nest Fill a deep pudding tin or dish with apples cut in thin slices sugar and cinnamon or lemon to sweeten and flavor to tabte ant a little water Freckle Lotion Â¬ Big Thing in Mules A Galveston man met a gentleman from Northern Texas and asked how a certain mutual friend was coming on - no is aomg very wen was tne rc- wnac uusiness is no at t He lias got tho soltest thing in tho world of bought a lot of Mexican it He San Antonio for 3 apiece donkeys at and having taken them up to his ranche he clears 27 a head on them Do they No but he bring such high prices lets the railroad trains run over them and tho company has to pay him 30 Â¬ World for Kick Hrndache Pain la Harts Pata in tlie Slilr ItheuuintUm UXQUESTIOXAIJEY equal s TIIE best FR hjy known tohem tho be and I TIIE SBt2IJIJUfr rmm 7 H W TftTtfPAjL ii InGoldgivenaway SendSestamp THE MESSEA PrtcuJQEB LewUbnrc 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SALT MANUFACTURING PHIliADELPIIIA CO Â¬ We learn from Messrs Mooro Humphrey that St Jacobs Oil is regarded as tho very best selling liniment ever sold and is giving the highest satisfac- Â¬ tion It has effected many good cures Jackson Mich Daily Patriot Â¬ PETROLEUM Grand Medal at Philadelphia luxpoauion VAmm JELLY Pilfer Medal at Paris Exposition which bae been awarded nicntsT pmtuctio roa raai OSJtaATiD aurKKioaiTT at nrraT iie of the GREAT W ORLDS Industrial Exhibition for tbiiteaa years tniA cuf one tingle exception ORGANS NEW STYLES DR This wonderful subntance U acknowlededbj physicians throughout th world lobe the best remedy discorered for the cure of Wound Burns RheutnaU m Fkln DisÂ¬ eases Piles Catarrh Chilblains Ac In order that erery one may try it it is put up In 13 aud 33 cent bottles for household use Obtain It from your druggist and you will find it superior to anything you haie ever used Balmy loves roses because says a gallant youth opposite I also am balmy Monsieur is a perfumer No an embalmer of corpses sniffing a rose Mademoiselle In a railway carriage a young lady sits thoy are balmy Editors are always wealthy Even their composing rooms are filled with coins M life was Baed ami Lher Cure i is Lahtly liy Warners Safe Kidney ikbm Ala Mr and Mrs Ames of San Fran- Â¬ cisco agreed that they were unsuited to each other and that a separation was desirable but how to obtain a divorce was puzzling because neither had a grievance that would stand tho test of tho law Their conclusion was that the husband should give the wife ground for complaint by whipping her so ho amia Â¬ bly knocked her down and sho got tho divorce NEW LAW tled P limited O PENSIONS Tnonsands of Soldiera and heira Fenaiona date back to discharge or death enti- Â¬ Itmt Addreu with itamp Drawer 325 GEO E EEJlOJf Washington D C CR 10 rcdar D 9UddrcMtiTiBso9ttCotortluaMuif 350 con A MONTH AcenUWanlfd e eUing Hittcles in in Tfria t nam- free JAY UKOXbON Detroit Mich at bouir Kainples worth 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