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Addresses were made by delegates from various States further fecotldlng the nomination of Mr. Clovehuid. notably by Mr. Maxwell, of Minn wo tn ; Mr. Hope, of Tennessee: General Urugg. or Wisconsin- - General Ken, or New Hampshire: Judge Dool.ttlc. of Wisconsin; Governor Waller, of Connecticut and others. Arkansas has 1,200 white and SOv tmrillv hetiflnbtefl frnm tfiA school-teacher- s. our the receiit Democratic" National tion among the powers of the earth; to see spirit manifested at Chicago that the colored Bcimblivin entifm rv.l,r...,il Ar;i UCIDCICUl it. tbrougkmt the country are The Springfield CMa-"--) II1U Its navy, nubile and commercial, again as of Democrats "", VVIUUll 1 11.13 .ii: yore. Ureilk the waves of everrsea and snrend :oi (Jt somewnat urea ol the conten- - calls on trustoos of colleges to mainremarKaoio auurcss: its Hag In every sky. (ApphlU0.) We jrettin of ,hc National Democrocy:-rVfcr- uU may hope to see the s(iuatidering of public IIOIIS ailiuug ... fvmuvi.itj ui .u;.. tain their standard of scholarship bj w.cU t,lat thls mak f JO""" favor wealth coase. justice to take ber place in Our York. At three National Conventions withholding degrees where they nave laws, rcgti attng finance and economy. We 'YJi&prscnai compliment, but it recognitioa olc- - not been earned. awl represent hoof tho Uomoc-ruc- j Of that fact, so rudely broken, inny hope kj se" h ucDiO'-ruti- c conviction '2,yoiing Democracy ot the Northwest-- f equality jie'ipic oi the troublesome v"tr discordant streeL Illaine ami the Suspects. 01 the State of NcwYork lapplauscl Seemed to fill and thrill the meadows aa her nnd simnlicitv und frugality, where n,nf nf which JOM!KcIlv is the retire- I claim it to From the new catalogue of Middle-burZk,? trttout npplauso-a- nd for i Before ho had gone balf-wa- v presence did of yore; he met the purpose of placinir in nomination before neir tiuo ttouti applause) as'to? and Icadkas been tho cause College it appears that of the tentative thu convention gentleman lrom the Male Seemed to trail atomr the (Trasses, The attempt of tho supporters of the i,rJE. a hated rival, a very line, fellow, whom of New York a the l"clr l"ity rent aim patriotism, . llilS 1,288 graduates since the beginning ol for candid cy of the Presi- tattooed candidate to make Like a mist, that looms and masses l..MJfa nntt gallant struggle against an carth3ieldslts abundant increa;e. while in of confusion ami jeated tlet-atcfavor with Shade on shape, till form and shadow blond In he had only begun to hate in the last dency of tho I nitixl Maiea. This reunonst-bliit- y foe- - atU for tber great and ev erj' irm art ana in.itmry employ tneir elomtllt has lost COBUDlOt fctatc politics, the century, 509 have become minister is made greater when 1 rcinemlirr that citizens on the ground . three or four days, since he had noticed gloom for evermore 1 numbers mpplnuge-a- nd I hail it as icerful labor, the proudest boast of Ameri- the richest pages of American history have Of his allerod sympathy with the rauso opijTl?e and prototype of their eoming trl-P- can cltizcnshln shall rise, not from the ra- - but it has not tr3U, nto.crant and of the gospel. JV. Y. Examiner. that Miss Bracegirdle sometimes tivo boon made up trom the record of Democratwealth, Gone lor ever I All was ended, the manly of Ireland, and that ho will maintain it IhoiWIil Mj)piaueall hut I am uroud. though vorcd sons of returns but from evening sun vindictive spirit m desire "to rule or f hira very charming and encouraD0" ic administration. Kcv. C C. McCabo, D. D.. better - How beyond Applause.! The regponet-bllitwe neither comprehended: with tho deer iug, in being - fieomuu who H made still greater when I remember ' rigorous foreign polio" whatever from Irs place of honored toll to tho house ruin anil lis iwrous ucierrninauoii known as Chaplain McCabc, who has For, noryouth nor maiden ever yet was known glances. Captain and I fcratefulwalked on that the only blot In tUo political history and all candidates mtfn. I iftrl nnnliitn)irli.ro Ihn obligation, and render at in taie or sonp slowly, and listened for tho comident Washington was the outrage upon tfcc rights Unit nifty mcatl, is Hot likely to amount ;iy uoowledgo mj for the honor jvu have ' wliii'lt ii lite vino and rsc bespeak the fra- - to oppose by thjfre who have broken been for more than fifteen years in the Mc ssoiiling wany tnanks Who would own, roliant. nut forward to anything more effective in tho way of employ of the Met.'.odist Church Exof his rival. Se heard it, of the American people In 1H78. a .A that thnt iKeasotl to confor. We had proven harsh, defiant (Appluuro. No crmt nappincsidf tbe loved ones nt home. its power in thoSlttc. This unfortunato tension Hoard, was chosen by the last a is necessnry for tho continuance of oud applause ) Nor would she, confess Impeachment when ho listened, and looked back. The door outrage, and that uijurj to justice is Mid results than I he cautious appeals recentapplause and cheers; votlon. As It has hitherto been, so will Gentlemen, in - the hardest duties before me content on dates hick to a period prior thfe. dcoiaed her wholly wrong! General Conference one of the Mis 1 ill till nnttfst tmn- - fit h,i.l ntirn. was opened, and the visiter instantly responsibility i not lcentd when anilrecall ly made on Blaino's behalf to Catholic I implore you.- generous forbearance. I to that the gentleman whoso name I Khali pre votor.s, which seem to have been pretty indulgent con- to the So that hour, born of gladness. elH resolute und untlinehlng till its groat s and in greater reed of your which I must orship, election of Tilden its the Govern- sionary Secretaries of the Church. . admitted. peculiar inI ut it gatiered you has m political Crept avraj in sombre sadness. lienchlevedlntho restoraMon und sideration Tho unhappy man who "had been 5nt to joutli totioen present time associate effectually extinguished by tho Mad gan Dlehall upright nnd const. tutional govern- - Miller with bv the I'ompur.Eon Joseph'Cook prophesies a schism in of irom my tho brilliant services ot the dis- tensity from the fast that Tilden refused the Sale bj circular, While my heart grow side to nncruisli with re'not r j,w)ua uppmuse printed and circulated, if tinguished gentleman wh has Jn quitted turned away from that samepntrance side have we irmr, luvl to the tune of morseful yearnings vain; the Congregational Church. He divides by Mde have actuallv written bv Mr. Hhiine. with the cnitic music Desolate and lost, and lonclv. Thai i ycOT'delcgati-R- . you arc asomblod to eon tliiisII chair (tremendous applause)convention, to be controlled liv the demands sighed heavily aud went awyrVwn tho we studied tholapplauelMde Jeffer-othe sect into two classes, one of ideas of the Kejlylfaction, and HngemLilrcauUng only, nrincinlcs ot and una .probRblyJhu moat uiscruatinf.rtnil r , ,tfPoiiuee, to nrnJl,nl'V'a;.'l,IllQitlI1fl-- wt ue"rveu piainuu ot tins . Kj tjnnv, street, hanging hisse-ft-hIfn tages i. lviuuu.ii , xwuiv o 'iTTrr.Titrni 'wi"6 K3 -- , arian- enmncsrr .. . i f iw"'- r a ut... applause.) 'II iiir-r- f ftijfceiaee agMal-- g uuuiuif .1. A.,tn..fMH in Impirtlality. Hi JggyglM Y&ldiKiin1eHhTibSv?oBftfToQL Ing all this tnno we tinvo occupied position ntlil iirrt'iulii'p.s eve.r e.irniil.atei flrtii. "Zd . 01 llSonnoamun. Jtiiia wns r,n vTr6I0;ai many tlie iace in or a madman who could pretend to comparatively ot private eiuens always- the most heated of our political contests. vxr. fretgl re cuursea Mist ic'icuy lorin pros- with liuinan'U oflcn.ie that toald not be forgiven, and fall in tho marshes about Plymouth true, Immortal Dcmocracr misunderstand so plain a refusals this. clple. nlwujs faithtul to Democratic prin- - ij Hut about Mr. Blaine's sympathy for r,,Wjs mirs.it or happinen. Fifty-tU- e mill- Rock. Boston Post. Face to face But not in dreaming Hut, gentlemen of tho conven,t uaiitiiu t;is iiiiiiui;iiv. ..t.i.jb -llJ,0i0who soon Perhaps it was meant kindly, ho tion, the onh object of our coming Irishmen and the Iri-- h cause, there are lions of lie irven who are. and greatest. iioijIom Did I feel the tender beaming Democracy does not ' Tilden which was mparallclcd tor reck s The life of the In tho Friends' annual meeting at wtil DO our lrnmn. rami Of the eyes whose limpid nzuro emiled on me thought, and groaned at the thought. here is. to deal with the question so thnt j ncn no re-- ! Newport, receutly, one of the young some facts accessible well worth kick- irectoiltV iwill relotce in the well c uisidereil deiiend on anv success of tbc hour IcssniNs and audacity. we have gone t thro pleading tears! Miss Bracegirdle was no coquette, and whenare the voters of our homes the pcop'e ing in mind. workof this oi'ention (Applause.) its im who And I Icincd to greet my maiden, the country will ratiTy portndnlje lie no' in u ere partisan surccs Elections may be lost or elections may ccivt'd the unanimous nomination of the members of the association protested did not care to have men offer her their the nominations which we diall make. With a word all passion laden, In 1881 the English Parliament parsed in touching tlie spcilsof ottice it la a nobler lie won ; wisdom or folly um prevail Democratic party for the Presidency against the custom of men and women ApilaiiM and ehcers.1 No man hus a gieatcr Assho murmured: "Ix?t forbearanco light love when she had no intention of acThe hour is pregnant with opposition wa- not re-- 1 respect or more was dono time being : delusions may over-po- this furious honored the Irish Coercion bill, one of the most opportunity the pathway thro' tho years!" apart, but mighty posslhiiities'of cepting it. He was so desperately names which haveetiolation for the this con- ' despotic acta that over disgraced tho eoiif'jtutioiial libeitj, giod to men.In Libert; . for thetho miuds of inon and pnss on and latcd, and lotal when beaten at the sitting abolishing it,nothing been prei'ciiied to o strangling even themirf although the sentoward busied himsolf tention titan myself; but, genllcmmi. the And that whisper, meek and lowly, enamored of liar that he of law. IJy It a single mdhidual of corrUptln, injustice and fa .or it ism, cries interest may lead them astray ; 1 ut i polls it persisted in its course of timent of the meeting is said to havo Sweet as music In tho holy as a kind-deed- world Is moving, and moving rapidly. name resusc tatkn. Perhaps been strongly against separation. Hush of ove'n, fell divinely on the tumult of in trying to see this cruel cut but ho From the North to the South uew in Ireland, called the Lord Lieutenant, aloui for(Applause.) An for purification and after all political sins have b en comvillificntion and disorder. assemblage of His hopes were cone, men. men who have acted tint little was authorized, at his own swoot will, my soul. most striking and illustrious N. Y. Jlerahl. such as long possession ot unlicensed mitted, und all blunders endured and tho lo?o his in politics, are coming to the fsont tap- - j Till, like balmy incense stealing could not bear so suddenly to recently ttlled this plausc). and toniay there are hundrtnls and to i&stlu his warrant and consign to the power creates, but said to have been hall with punished, the truth of Democracy feature in tho career of Mr. Tilden O'er the troubled tide of foeilng. Rev. Dr. Van Home, of the First; Is too woll Crept tho rnpture of an impulso that no ran- idol. Ho determined ho would not thousands of oung men in tit's country, men English jails ill Ireland any person clurafr. and it to ha e keen the product of In- nhinos untarnished, and the hopes of is his silent, dignified attitude tomanufactured Reformed Church of Philadelphia, represenco who are to cum. their tlrst vole, men who are during; his pleasure, ami that, too, withcor could control I worry her by his unwelcome Industry. (La.ighter.) Thev hae possibility ward the local minority which so cently preached a fant mankind chiller around the independent in polities, nnd they strongsormoi against their purpose, and they ela in the where sho could not easily avoid him, to, this convention. prHTingsilenth are looking out auy comp'aint on oath showing that t hut there unceasingly assailed him. In his adminits realization. And I turned. In shame and sorrow. the practice of cremation, which hor.utenlssl'ui of the country as if it were theirs of laughed at by rtiall be no inMnkc made here. The want to him-e- lf to bo nor permit Kissed the face that olc any crime had liecn committed or to conmand How havetney met the Jut ex Thoso who imngino that the life of istrative acts. a3 in his political con- is contrary to the HolyAnd forever had reproached me with Its sad, his successful rival. So he excused drive the Hopublicau party lrom power. threatened, or that the person impectstiou of this intelligent pe.iple? Like ome the Democratic party depends upon its duct, ho nevor yielded one jot to these contended They want to cast their vote for a Democrat upbraiding smile; Scriptures and tho universal practice of engagements at in whom they beliec. (Applause.! Those prisoned was guilty of any wrong what corporations which hare flourished under - i himself from certain relentless foes vithin his own party God s people in ancient times. Tho And the llttlo hands oulreachlng ees, thev hare Issued a watered fortunes at any part'cular time, thohouses where he knew he should meet people know from t lie record of the gentle- ever. J lie purKo ol the act, as indi- ihelrausp In the pathos of beseeching, stockof piomtses laughter) and every onea who fancy that the failure to carry an Without adopting their violence of act burning of the dead, he affirmed, Is a Cloio within my own 1 claspt them and ir her. He cave up dancing and took to man whoe nam I shall present that Democcontusion- - They havciiromised redress onlv election may disrupt, or disorganize or aud language, without indeed answerracy with him means honest got eminent, cated on its face, w.t to keep the perlingcml at the elite! tbey heathenish practice, and a misuse of thoj cards instead. pure goerunent ami protection of tha lights sons arrested in prison without a tr.al of wld disorders boJy hare themselves and destroy it, are mistaken and decoived. potttk-- (Laughter ing their malignant attacks, he held his temple of the soul. PbilatleliAia Rec- to the IJfntcooft UuUt, hi Tin Continent, people ".Mamma." said Miss Bracegirdle of the A little ot e ery class and every condi- mid without ny intention to try llienl Appkuie'. I'l.ry proller tho Infection to cure What is Democracy ? What make3 own course w.th unshaken courage and tion. three ears ago 1 more .hedbejse. iLsughter). They ) e tendered one day, "doesn't itsceniodd that for tho honor HI the citythanlluffalo to present had for ally olbusc, pre'eudod or othefwisc. ? Democracy is tenacity, true to the principles of his ortl. the of 4inthJac adequate or wortiy 10 tbe lerveitt the Democratic party A CAPTAIN'S IDIBHELLA. or It devl:red three weeks Captain Fortcscue has nut name of this same gentleman for the o Tho Educational Board of the lii-"the eople by the life and of the great i oliticnl party of so person thai hope! of this patriotic the government of li Maor of llmt ein. It was presented ihcn committed should not any held to bad, )iputions and people. T a country which people and for tho people. It is that which he was the representative. With Reformed Church expressed great con-- i and progressive be Captain Fortescuo danced for tho called?'1 same reason. iir thi same causi. that lor the in restored unity aad ooneord, they "It does," said Mrs. Bracegirdle: "and we present It now. It was beiftuBo the or tried or relieved by any coun 're oJB t lie renewal ot best part of ono happy evening .v ilh To a theory and form of political institutions advancing tears, however, this uproar cera, in its last annual report, at tho Render it of that cit v hail 1 eoim corrupt i:n I or otlh- - r without tho consent of mat HP which feels the sectional strife. might v which establishes the when I come to think ofit, wo have impulse of a at hi htels no doubt wearied him and paucity of students for the ministry. the prettie-- t girl of the season. Anil yet, in hed. yearns in b not met him out airywhorc, either. Ho hai sat not indel Nil p'nees.and ol ticat ;K.kisJ his Lords'iip. In short, it was a pmvl , irrowih. andthev otterror leadership in of Nu-e- o' communities and States, ami dimin- added to the burdens cf public life, and The number of students, whether unhigh peoj le Th' tiegallant Captain fell desperateh in the inspiration (vent the man who would the how far it may havo influenced him to der the care of the Board or not, is lnd"r nrowerilt. To a proud love with her. He went home in "tho uiiht be ill, or more" likely hehasgone for ft without hesitation they name I cciin'.ry. despotic ami barbarous ed cl. Onver that act Keveml natundizetl American 'tlonfi la unilly and demanding delierance ishes to the gioatest possib'o extent hecomes and land fensitive iteople. and even smaller than for several years, and tho dominatou, the control, and Ihe inter- decline rcnomination in bright mistiness of an early summer out of town. He will call when Cleelandas the man. corruption, demanding back." organized now, it is (Hiticiilt to determine. The earnest recommendation is made that of Irish birth viz., Dennis fronrdislior.uring and cleanliness in holding ference of the central The refill of that election ami bis noluing c ti5nn morning in a high fever of excitement, In -- eating This she said, noting that her daugh- that office was that in lex. thrn nine n.onths OVonn r, I anicl MeSwcrney, Michael tlujirpubiic statious, they oiler the glide I arts authority. s ate of his health may have been the young men qualified for tho servico for he believed that Miss Bracegirdle the State i f New York found I ersMt in a po- i Hoyton, Henrj O'Mahoney, John Mc-- l lof dwiagogy. (Applause). To the gener-Ani- s ter looked a little pale and out of sorts. sition to want just such a candidate and lor are two tendencies in human controlling rca-obut "the atmosphere should be specially invited and urged There viewed him with considerable favor. ardor of youth, nobly ambitious to such Tho next afternoon ho went to call But, secretly, sho was uneasy bcrsolf. of IS- a purpose, and when at the comentton Ener and a gioat many others were 'achlfrc a freoman's manhood, tiiey proffer nature. One is to tho increase of power of dispute and acrimony in New York by the churches to give themselves to tor -' his name was placed in sentiments of the parly on her. She seemed to him even more Captain Fortcscue had shown signs of tho office of Governor of the nomination New nrrostotl aiul confined in the English tho etetnting mou ot toil, seeking only equal in government, the other to its diminu- politics and the constant annoyance and the work of the ministry. Exchange. Hate of To being so earnest a wooer that it seemed wero opportunitythe earn a freeman'd livelihcit. tion. The Democracy is tho represent- prominence of objectionable personages Application iu I eland. JHd beautiful in the daylight, and in a ork the same people, tne Mine c asi of A missionary of the American Sun to emthat meart honest masters' villains uuiiiiffuu day School Union gives a sad picture simple dress; he became momentarily very improbable he would leave town pie, knew that pure government, it g meant made bj these persons to Mr. lSrooks, thercry. "He your 'Applause'. The and yon ative and embodiment of tho latter tend incident inereto, m.j c inent, it meaut burden ency. shalbme bread." an important influence in shaping his of spiritual destitution in one of the more and more in love. And now lie without a word to them. At the in- Democratic government, and it w? ra lfleI our t onsul at Cork, complaining ot or tUlr eampa'gn is already tnudo manifest 'l'hose, then, who would stake the ex- conclusion. Governor Cleveland has in- countiesof Kentucky: "Last month," ho by the pe pie. (t'hoers.) And gentlemen,' their arrest and imprisonment, and stieKing, and, in common olttlcal parlance, fancied that not only Mis Bracegirdle opportunity she quietly made some now. after eighteen months' "soap" Ms In'plrnti but her mother regarded him' with quiries about him, and learned that the Democracy of the State serMo there. stating that they hud done nothing con- (IjW? liter and applait-e)- . n and ammunition. istence of Democracy and the Demo- herited this opposition and he could not writes, "I visited 102 families in lok himCaptain Fortoscue was neither ill nor come to you and ak you to give ot New roun-trj- . trary to law that I hey had nether comto the kindly eyes. In that case he had but County.in which were 363 children, more the cratic party upon lo al and temporary have avoided it without separating Tfce bolterous cry or the drill sergdatlt to photo the Independent and the Dem- - mitted uor threatened to tomniit any bldci list for the lies tating. rewards to issuos, such as taxes on wool or tho self from the respectable and really than half of whom had no Bible or Testa"and win. He resolved so to out of town. This was bad news, into go in give to' tbc crime, and had not wronged any one, country, to ocratic oters share, while This is the x!lll-iauon whisky, fa 1 to appreciate its representative side of the New York ment In 23 families that I visited do, and left tho house so full of his deed: for Mrs. Bracegirdle knew per- young men of ct the the country, tne new bio d of f rod the ranks ot tho" wh t amass the fruits rand and universal nature. Democ Democracy. A New York Democrat country, passion and his thoughts that he forjrot fectly well that her daughter's heart theIts stamlard-t'eare-the name of O rover Cleveland Htid thnt they desired a speody trial. ot others' labor, the copious streams of i (having HJ children), there r for tho applicaprofit will summon the luxly of sweet- racy remains a'ter all these momentary tit to be President of tho United States were only four Bibles and a small his umbrella! This was no unusual was "seriously touched; and, as Captain asshall indulge in no oulogy ofnext four year. Mr. Iirooks forwarded tho.--. I Mr. C'leeland. ened sophistries to the ear of the weak and circumstance. Captain Fortoscue was Fortesecue was perfectly "eligible.'1 I shall not attempt any further description o tions to Mr. Lowell, our Minister to En- 'ignant. The air alreaJy U nlel with va controversy have been fought out ami could not be the favorite of the TamA young woman of sixteen all had promised fairly. "Now that fair his political career. It is known. His gland, o:d asked his intervention for Kir$ef visionary scheme addressed to many crowd the country would not vears was asked, 'Do you read your forgotten. given to forgetting his umbrella, and Mi statesmanship is known g and faction of w nk and long as there is a republic there want him and tight not to want him. Bible ?' She replied. 'I never saw a. leaving it in a hansom cab or any other promise was destroyed. There was niey is known. Icnrth and breadth of this the ptotec.'on of these American citithroughout the some are Induce 1 to expect nothing to be done except trv, by other laud. All 1 ak of thisconventio i is, let ro zens. Mr. Lowell declined to interfere i'dvint-ig- men. and the chaotic jHiasibllitles of must be a Democratic party. The party As to the real influence and convenient place. Thus it happened from Bible.' 'When were you at church ?' of these citimpression pasion, no prejudice influence the duty power of John Kelly and his Never.' An old man said he had that this which he had now left was the distractions, to eraso the had made. which they owe to the peop'e of this conn- - or to assist in any way any IJritish dun- sordrn war: others relief or gain in legalized of centralization lent always on cn- JrruMionK uioo tiie Nation! Treasury. Tue it, foil wors we would not under-rat- e can try. lie not deceived. Grover t'levand elet-tor- izens to be relieved from only one he possessed. The next day which Captain Fortescuo ftiisttrv not seen a Bible in nine years. I gavo will have lioc, larging the spi.ere and aggrandizing the Ifeiubll Mrs. Bracegirdle devoted herself to her give the Democratic party the thirty-sigeons, and on Austist 3, 18H1, in a let-t- or eailh of it such a prospect does not alurm the miDOTtar.ee ot the central power, but we utterly deny that it represent him mine, and to each family such ain he knew Miss Bracegirdle was going to on elecot New votes of for his Mouirarnuv n reaoy niu uuonj buhk to Mr. Brooks, as a rea-o- n on one side, and the part of anything but a fraction of the New books, papers, etc, as I had. 1 organan afternoon fete at the Botanical Gar laughter more nderly than evor, and tion day. lie the Stalehis purity York ot charae'er. can. by UmeaUi thewaiesof traud and cnal.ty. Si:e stands out the girl undor'.ood her. by his purltv of administration, by In fear--j official a lion, said: of liberty ami equality, York Di mocraev. It has always been ized live Union schools in the month." (fins s, on her chosen servants, ber chosen high the ma-so- s, dens. He intended to meet her there. Amid all the gnyety and the manv less and undauu'ed courage to do r ght bring- ' The ( oercion act.ao called. isancxceptiml priests. cboen by a major ty of voters ex- stands out on the other. "T.ie fact that the opposed to Mr. Tilden, but he won the AT. Y. Examiner. But it was showery, tluindero us weathor. nnyl-odGenvon more votes tha elo. measure It-- chiel object isttr ceeding all which were cast to elect Wanhing- and -tviuoii with tiniph inoncoloction after ' great light without it and he acquired. (leniMi ot iiit, convention, but one woru unatiarbitrary ndhtn'eltthat to vis.it the .Botauicul.(.'iff tlfeTftwasTrmclancnoiyaDwuiB-iitj-hous- ,qvrtv to r.rnKf llAf tliii Enxiioh autno Hliut e ivii. luautsi Juorsn. ,Myison i in ni i I llenublicanstr ien.lerthe-eoatinuanceot.v ri..1MCT National repute Jbceaiuc he represented without an umbrella would be day; which another unlv f iy ihF her had never been thcro be:'CXGESTLEAR.mi! U'lIS.- ensravB!iTJSTrc dangerous and difficult. Besides, an and ana purpose " ""?" "" that ground wo 'ask It. I elid ' their irnilt. ive 6iisn ctel persons oMhesneody fntudulentX usurnation of their places. iudi.spensnble In every free commonits very for A few yoafs auo Mr. Cleveland 'was (CheertM umbrella is often admirably useful fore. It was impossible Evon them to ing mat it fpon t y tnis conention ne can are to dem bus se.-- a National e ection A'pnuK Sleep may knit the raveled sleeve ratinca Master banish it altogether. by trial thoy desire. This 'a is. of course, con- porvcjiijfl tho stream ot money wealth there h as great a. need fur an wholly unkowu in National politic , and during the progress of a love affair. seat at Washington as the spirit tn? Harry, a cheerful youth of about four- be elected and take his of the United Mates. a trary to EnitliMi andand foundation nrmciplos; wii'.eti lioei irom he ri-- egapingth wounus a( Opposition a-- j for a government; antl even in a lorai tcn-- e he was only known of care, but it"nsolntely refuses to darn Democratic I'tesident He had learned by accident that the American lurli.innlonc of both Washington. an a rd timo if socks. Bolon Star. and I IKTKK IIAHHISON SKOMK but it is the law of the land, and it controls alt agunsuttnergisl bybereuemie.' Uent erne i. though the Republicans should con- as a successful business man. lie was holes in Bracegirdles were going out shopping teen," became aware of it at last, jolly persons, whether thev are Ilr.tish subJcMsor Tio patriot hen- - can c mtemplats contompo-r.ineou- s tinue to hold tic keys of power and drawn into oll'cial 1 fc b the same sot Mayor Harri-01- 1 said: Mr. Chairman and declared his sister was not "half as An exchange sa3s ordorlk- - In.tho in the morning. He determined, therenot, and It is manifestly entirelv futile to H e e its ifiout prof omul eon Icti in gentlemen of tbe convent. on, I wns oried Mr. Tilden, in fore, to call and the housemaid to as she used to be." One day, when his little while ago to second this nomination, be-- ' claim thnt iiatunill'el oitiensof tl'O I'nitBd thnt the duties of this hour rise far beyond place for another quarter of a century, of influences that sup virtue of the same Italian army now use thc.bicyclo almother and sister were taking a quiet cause the distinguished ucntk-mathe performance of their duties. It win was Stales lMnld be1 ecepteo from it operation.y partisanship. There is one supreme ques the Democrats will cent nuv to oppose became Governor by give him his umbrella. This seemed am iivtmcted to the Unless Indisatscnt, by Hen before us. How shall we mo.t surely their principle and their devclop-men- t. aid, and has become eminent by illns- - ways seemed to us that all Italy was I must exceedingly simple, but luck was half hour before dressing for dinner, he to hate done xso isdetain you reason of moby of I know tew A. an um- position. give you the.reasons but a think Il- this viewthe Department and Mat, proper tako don methe Hepublie' is 1 no tim- -you will parcame into the room carrying Thoy may ontinuo for a long tnuing the same principles in his ad- ever on the point of a revolution. that of my duties, it Is tor personal why I for sayiiir It ments to against Captain lortesenc. The maid should It thus appears that the Y. Graphic. brella. linois wants Grover Cleveland for its candi- you inter-te- d. give th.H information to the par-ti-e devotion or a personal cam as. Xo man has time, and on manv Holds, to light nono ministration. who admitted him on the day before Mie s ijthtcst o aim to our reruonal prefer- divi-io- n iu the New York Democracy, "I say, mother, this umbrella's been date. (Applause.)ISTft was that terrible crime "American titles of distinction," had this verv morning departed in a no perso ml preferences. but losim: battles, aud the tired andoences, and we Gentlemen, in Mr. Blaine at thK t:me was our in the stand for a month. The fellow so graphically described by your temporary No personal cbjeoUous should weixli as a hausted veterans may sadly drop out of during a period of over a decade, and says the Judge, arc "Bearon Wall-stree- t, cab with two boxes on tho of State. As President Garfield f ather even against ur resolute eho.ee of tho ranks and disannoar. "But new re- - wh eh has caused so much mischief to in committed. about Earl Count Yourchickens, top of it, her "month"1 being "up."' it belonged to has forgotteu all might Chairman with which 1 canHe told jou, that was disabled, he was in fact, both Acting fcuch a ticket as will certainly unite all friondt cruit-i- , language not compare, young, ardent, disinterested, be- - the party generally, really represent? a Ytobcd." O, yes, and there's Duke it, 1 expect; don't you think I yet t be atenged, and that until President and Secretary of State. He ot constitut onal liber.y. purity ami reform A new maid had taken her place one the crime is l minority sjIhI array tor the e untry. (.spplausc in liberty and devoted to the d scontented and reven-rcfuthe Democracy had won a I'residency it Comtobed also" and Prints Allthonews. of a less smiling disposition than the Imvo its1 Lowell's superior officer; Mr. mni this spirit now animate tbe expectant licvinr Republic, will rise up to take their hopeless of regaining power but ready "Isn't it vours?" said Mrs. Brace would not lie wiped from the page of Ameii- - was Mr. was sub.cct to Ins instructions. BurdeUe. I old vin Mint that crime i turned 1 this convention front last. s opo which tli to W an clement of weakness to their one nexthUinn iul murder murder committed ,Lowell . great chanre places. to Judh modo A joker says an cpeditiou I called hero yesterdav afternoon," girdle. "I gave you a silver-handle- d he declined to interfere. Ho was every quarter or thisinL'nl m. Ayears in tnis . ,1,, lnnnhliAun .atr-Ilnnunnhui llrtlv UllL recent lias been w rough! No calamity cau extinguish Democ- party whenever an occasion offers. It of said the Captai "and left ray um- last year." getting up a row is to carry a long Writ says: "Whoso slicildeth man's biood. by applied to bv Mr. P. C. O'Connor, of country, not alone In numbers, in personal neither Mr. Tilden "0, I lost that long ago," roplied the man's hand shall his blood be shed.' (Ap lsaltunore, a orotlier ot ono ot the 1111 and material characteristics, but also In the racy; no error of those who are tempo- is also evident that in a crowded brella; will jou let me have it?'1 . . intrusted with its leadership can nor Governor Cleveland, nor the De- ladder on your shouder . the people, and In the composition mut Something in the sternness of the youth, coolly; "and I may as woll have niausc.) The Uemecraey or the destroy g.t'.e t pn.-one-d persons, and in Ins answer to 1nlndof itical forces. We bine ceased to tight rarily it down; it is immortal. Al Y. mocracy generally, has made any mis- thoroughfare and every few minutes cs )f Its po crime ever ltepublican iwrty this fall break is making eyes which were upon him made him this instead. It's like mine, but enfour years longer unavenged. rilu lit weeks that gentleman, after indulging in sonio )n fratricidal war; tho sin ot slat cry has been. Sum. take in refusing to conciliate or co ope- turnaround to sec if any one has been all oter this lHd a had Mr. Lowell iiurged, the crime of s cesst-i- and the rimmed faces at you. falter before he had said the last word so much sweller. There's a name that ago we that coming fromuouul wiie out tne frnnnenl rnmsrks. sniil : "rate wiih these New York malcontents. Hothareiit aa end, wo know name of his request; it suddenly occurred to graved on it, but I could have stand crime, A conundrum fiend asks: "What ias pursued his instructions with maa'h forrows are forever closed, andNatlou-tthe North and lrom the ix.uth, That could Dot bo done without lesing a For Presiilcnl- - Urover Cleveland. scratched out." l memory only bim that he might tind it a little difffrom the East and West, came one name, and and full in jusUce, peace as safeguards for the(Cheers.) great deal more than could be gained. is the difference between Italy and a and name," said Mrs. that name was Samuel J.'liklen. (Vociforous great energy and sagac tv, of hisinGotoioicr. "Let me see the icult to prove that the umbrella in quessympathy w.th the feeling Grover Cleveland l the Democratic The "party in New York has already boy who has a penchant for 'shinning' o( dreadful that horrors Ihe Bracegirdle. She took it and read applause.) And Hendricks. must tion was indeed his own. conflict Mr. Blaine's appioval of Zour internecine of vernment" A Voice 1'res.dont- nearly freed itself from the incubus of up trees?" As if we didn't know that "Fortescue." 1 will rouch the other end of tewanl to the nominee for Mr. Harrison stimulate suitable honor and "No, thank you," said the maid; course was Next to Mr Tilden, a stronger or bet- their chronic one is a sunny clime, and the other a and sc!fi-.- h face. She that ticket in a moment. (Uiuglitcr and ap-- , Mr. Lowell'sMr. Lowell's unqualified and Voblo men whos lites were oKered then An odd look camu over her 'I've had enough of that at my last sympathy with Vor tueir coiiniry inu plauso.) Samuel J. Tllden we expected to bo complete. mihiwii, thithermtrsfj ter man could not have been chosen for inCuoncc is waning cv-r-v climb-- son. Drake's Travelers' MagaTheir said nothing for a moment, but seemed presented at this convention, and we had ex- - the barbarous code enforced against people will not go bnekwarl for place. I'm not going to get into trouble He is Gowrnor of the great year while the power of the true-heart- zine. of aetK.n to de- the honor. animosity and here. Better take to an honest trade, plunged in thought: then she rose and potted no nomination and no ballot. It would American citiens in IrehinJ is equally stroy the fruits ojsprings labor and sacritlccs Slate of New York, having been cieo'cu their by acclamation. (Applause.) and respectable Democracy is "Hello! Johnny, where you've dining-roohave been dono young man." With which piece of ad- went down stairs to the stern-eye- d (ihe hour of neaco and ooneord. the e.nbrnce by a majority greater than was ever now dominant in every fctate convenAnd it would have been tollowod by another woll known especially to Irishmen been all the morning?" asked ono urthe of She rang the bell and nam- e- one who.cicn jet, if we can not agree, who have kept track o. his sycophantic of friends after bitter war. the restored vice she shut the door in Captain cautfidatc for a btato oflicor tion. chin of another as ho appeared in the mny be mentioned here. (Applause. i Hut happy liberty and enduring union are their given for a face, leaving the officer aston- maid appeared. chivalry, true to hislrlend whom he diplomatic career in England. highest honor; tho most noble chaplet that before; and it is not out of the way to true Outside of New York the party is in- - school-rooduring flic afternoon ses "Elka,"' she said, "can you remem- with nominated a soldier memory. Who Tom Hendricks reished, quenched and Prompt interference bv our Govern- ecr crowned ivmin. who funs a dying be res a remember that he sits in the scat ! tensely disgusted with having these old sion. "Been lishin',' Was the reply. lie ber the appearance of that young man has to have tits mime mentioned here. spark p?ar to bleed fuses o.' the Irish suspects went straightway and bought a new in the case enmity strips the tendorest loaves from where Tilden once sat. and has. with o iitcntion.s continually rcappenung in "Ketch anythin'?" "Yes a lickin'," an (Applause. Now. gentlemen, how is the crime ment umbrella. Armed with this, and ad- who came one day and asked for you committed in l.tito be avenged.' The cry was demanded by every consideration of laurel leaf of glory. (cheers) and the mantle of the greai chief, inherited National Conventions and on other oc- and the second class in geography that twice, I think peace came eight years agos for Tilden and reform. of National honor "and good faith. They iloubly wicked he who perils a nation- 8 mirably attired in other respects, he umbrella? He came happiness to serve by such end- a ain a largo share of his strength and popu- casions. Democrats from nH parts of stood up. Boston Post. echoed hore. "CleveThat crj-iwent to the Botanical Gardens, where said, and asked for me the second time. (Applause.) reform.' (Applause.) No man. were entitled io speedy trial or uncon- nnd The day for su-- h at larity. Ambition. (Cheers.) land and the country are sick of New York ,uar-re- K A man having built a largo house him, it you can?" A new generation is on he met Miss Bracegirdle, who seemed Will you describe ditional release, but neither was wtempts has pa-casked the nomination ot Mr. Cleveland In one sense it may be said Governor aud there is a growing and healthy was at a loss what to do with the rubor his magnetism. (Uiugbter.) He nei- "ranted. "He was quite a gentleman to look ttic scone oi uciiou mi cuuctiiuii un imt;iii-1'g- f Cleveland is a comparatively new man; move beautiful, more charminir and After lingering for down with unction on do corporations nt gcnorutiou. They understand our mt ther attracts the "but this sort attract him. The people norman is on the oth- iu a British dungeon theymonths tutions; thev comprehend the tremendous but in another se.nse a nulilii man can disposition to sitcompany whenever they bish. His Irish steward advUcJ him to at, ma'am," said Eli-sa- ; were more graceful than ever. magnetic John Kolh and er side. We want the man whose name will be turned adrift, and warned to leave the jrrowth nnd mpabilllie. of this country, und not be new and experimental who has ola'm too much attention It is, indeed, have a pit dug large enough to contain As soon as seemed at all decent he mostlv arc. Tall and and rerrm. (Apwith blue eyes, they swept the nspinsib l.t es which have it. "And what, ' said he smiling, called again, feeling very contented and military looking,and a long, heavy, a synonym of honestyIllinois that the man- country without even being informed of devohed upon them. 'J heir realising sonso is been chosen Goornorof the I mpirc a proof of the noble spirit of the Demo plause.) We believe In "shall 1 do with the earth that I dig up Keen that tbc weirare and progress ot this State by l'J.S,(0) majority, and whose a-v with himself and his fate! But when very short, fair hair, tle of Governor Tildou bus fallen, and right- the charges against them. that, in this as in other matters, from it?" To which the steward, with people demand hate long demanded an utly falls and rests gracefully upon the shoulfair mustache." As Senator Voorhees p .t it in comhe asked whether Mrs. Bracegirdle was record as Governor commends him not tho party generally reand radical change in the Orovor Cleveland. (Applause.) We "That will do. Elia,"' said Mrs. ders or the last closing words or that great menting on Bluinc's tnukling to the tertho Government (Applauseadministration only to the jrrcat partv of which he is ject members of the policy of concil- great gravity, replied: "Have the pit ) at home, and the stern maid eyed him or believe and condemn anv made larsro enough to hould all." is grand leader, They hive heard lopcntod promise of re- an honored member, hut to the large iation or compromise towards traitors for a silent, awful instant, his spirits Bracegirdle; "you can go." the room, lotter from our a bell, though whose brainGod English Government in the despotic Almighty yet as clear as election, and As soon as Eliza had left exercise of power: "All the vigor of form with each recurringwitnessed each with dissatisfied element in the opposite within or without their ranks. It is the "That, sir, is a very fine quality of fell strangely. has permitted his hand to bo palsied and his new disgrace and shame they She is not," said theuiaid, and shut Mrs. Bracegirdle at down and wrote a voice to bo almost still, we believe that utter- Blaine's foreign policy seems to havo Administration discover deeper iniquities party. only course that wins in the long run. sugar," said tho groceryman. "It is and wrote that tho cry or the -it promised to a.ncnd. (Applause the door with an abruptness that gave note. Then she tore it upan informal ance of his.fall must nnd shall beDemocratic been expended in an effort to enforce than those growing conviction that the one) used mostly for making desserts." Governor Cleveland unites to the ! bt. Louis Republican. Iteform" party this a him a singularly disconsolate feeling. another, which was merely a claim against broken and ruined There iswhich will work all others, and is the quality of availability the better qual"Why is it used mostly for making (cries of "good! good:' and applause' and reform lunch the next day. that Mr. have desserts," asked the customer. "On When, about an honrlater, the ladies invitation tocalled Harry down to her. we give us no doubt Gentlemen, we Clevoland i Peru ; none was reserved for the pro- -' condition precedent of ali.is the ut'erdefentor ity of fitness. He combines iu his perPOLITICAL ITEMS. reform. will lire here tcction of American citizens against the present party in power, t Applause. i And Then she account of its superior quality, sir.''" National popularity came in. and the maid brought them I do not want to to look to but one there Harry," sheaid, "I wantjoutoo to deliberate. wocannotelecthlm. nominate Mr tho lawless and brutal power r ..any new pany hope it is vain (Applause.) son an enviable conservatism and ofThey tell us Cleveland It Indiana is no longer a doubtful "O, that's it? I thought it raight.be organization. some tea. she said to Mrs. Bracegirdle; to Captain roriocue's room and take we can with uprightness, say ho not. Factional tight comes rue and pro;, res and nope or me used for making desserts on account of , very high order: and State. ? "If you please, ma'am, that j"ounr man this note and the umbrella. Sce him if bus enemies. Where does the and come England." PitUburqh Pol. tight Republic rest to day upon the wlf dom and ficial ability of aadmiui-tr- . V. fromy They say that a great church will option as GovThe Plumed Knight has taken to the large amount of sand in it." has been here apin who came one day you possibly can and try to explain about pose patriotism ot the Democracy now here In the fact that hi A Bad Beginning. him on religious grounds. I Y. Sun. xonvcntion. (Loud applause.) it is adequate ernor of New York has provoked the the woods. with the umbrella dodge. He asked if this unhappy umbrella and that that church never lets its ministers' know that voices be to the great ro'pons bility. It is the party you were at home of course ho knew wretched, stupid heard In the pulpit preaching politics. It k going to be a "soap" canNever at so early a period in the cam- which brings down the traditions and repre- resentment of a troublesome faction of A Brooklyn girl has prepared, herElit." (Cheers.) And tho cry that that church will you were not and I suppose he had with sents the principles upon which this Govern- his own party in the city of New York vass, with which the campaign of 1880 self for college by mastering" the four, Then she told Master Harry the story, not permit Mr. Cleveland to be elected is a paign was a party so unfortunate of some plan ofegetting into the house; at which he laughed immensely. slander upon a church that has in his employ its Presidential Electors as the Repub- ment was founded, as a homestead the equal- is not the least of his claims on the re- will fad mto titter insigmlicance. books of Xenonhon's "Anabasis" anil ity and liberty. lApplausci It Is parts fome or Its most notable standard-bearerbut I shut the door in his face arid JSoiton Slur. Of course at the of Thomas Jefferson (applause) of James spect nnd favor ot the country. three of Homer's "Iliad," Arnold's "Now. you must not laugh, but think 1 hey say that tho Irish will cut his throat licans are this year. Madison (applause and or Andrew Jnck-Wwould not listen." The number of independent votIt will be said, perhaps, that the "First Greek" book and "Jones' Cotrii1" how you" can do the tning nicely, that they will knife htm. Did you ever know wind up their electoral misfortune will (Applause.) As they taught and led it. That'srighU Eliza," said Mrs. Brace- Harry" You can manage it admirably, the Irish to knife the Democratic party except be of a wholesale character, but already it stands the party of the people for nomination of Cleveland is a sort of ers in New York State is not less than position," and has read critically the (Loud applause, for good reasons. girdle, "never give them a chance to if you choose. It is too absurd to put voice behind cries "Yes"' "Yes!'' and and a they are meeting with bad luck which honesty, capability and fidelity in the public conciliatory courtesy to the independent 100,000. Nine-tenth- s of these are for whole twenty-fou- r booksof the "Iliad. " grcut service, for strict principles of political econget inside the Ball. There's been too on paper. And make Captain Fortcscue confusion.) Republicans of his own State. Ho is, Grover Cleve'and. presages the disastrous end. When she comes to prepare herself for omy in affairs, their public for much of that stealing of coats and um'continuing) Xo, Mr. As has been already noticed, in New encouragement of every art and Industrs-- . the certainly, the man whom they were New York and Indiana stood matrimony, she will find that the arts of to come to lunch, just to show cries, Harrison or "Put him out!"no. (Loud and cries "Put him York, one of tbe most reputable anu uciciopmcnt ot trauo ana manufactures, in. this neigh bor'iood; it never Eromisc brellas most anxious to vote for, and hi; nomi- shoulder to shoulder in 1876, and cast frying fritters and sewing on collar-buttomalice." out!") Tho Irishmen bcllevo In the Demo.no - w,th equal Justice toull. (Applause. Itstands . -- r ir- - v- -would happen with a sensible houseDemocratic party la ittlljAUun u ui wcu uiwwiii, ...i. TneanKi u, lmj. inspired It, tlio Tvirt v nf thi nfnnlA. nation secure-- , the support of the ticket fifty electoral vote? for tho Democratic are worth all the Greek in tho Harry put on his best manners, and cratic party because tho people r. maid. Master Ham leaves his things accomplished his task well, and toeery W. Harper, of Ihe great publishing lirni J or the generous diffusion of knowledge, tho by this important clement. true to every oppressed It has not ticket. This year they will again be books. Forristown Herald. though ho Irishman. They tay Mr Cleveland did not viemion of every man, ror common rights escaped observation, too, that Clevehanging in the hall, so that it would be felt much aggrieved at having to giyo pardon somebody, and therefore the Irish will ot mrper urotuers, requires ins uau-i-tana equal opportunities for all, the resolute solid for the great cause of reform, and "What is the matter with Jim quite easy to carry off a coat or um- up the umbrella. Captain will- - tncy knife as ho does enemy of monopoly, of class favoritism and land :s the man of all others whom the will have fifty-on- e knireMr. Cleveland. Whom be taken from the ticket votes to be cast for Hammon?" asked a grain merchant of him for? For Blaine? Ayo! Do you think not approvo the public character of the corporate oppression, the friend of labor, the loyal Republicans most feared and brella, if you left the man there alone came to lunch, and this time adin" the common good. will forget McSweenle livinspiration that a countryman who had just only for a minute. If ho is so impudent mitted hira, aud blushed as Eliza so. ing inbc Irishmen dungeon'' (Applause.) nominee and can not permit (Applause of Itouth, the nursery of freemen. that because of the tremendous majora foreign One of the Republican officials with some corn. "He's got himself has shared tho vicissitudes, she did sec as to come again, the moment you whoso wife had almost shed tears of is name to be used as an endorsement tne fralltle'', the faults of humanity. It has ity by which he was chosen Governor arrested a few days since in WashingLondon Wot Id. trouble," was the reply. "So I blood before James G. Iilalnc, and ho turned of the who it is shut tho door." the methods represented by the nom- Profited by and itsweet uses of adversities a two "years ago; and if the fears and ton for defrauding the Government, in into but what was the matter?" a deaf eartoherimploratlons. Tho Irish will lighter) with stands forth y hear; Brace-girdle- 's before oc- 'J a sign of furnishing supplies for the ' Navy Deuscipllned patriotism fitted to Invoke and re- wishes of our opponents an The next afternoon was Mrs. Mr. Elijah Chapman, of Belair, not desert Cleveland, becauso the Irish believe ination. Vacancies have "Well, Jecnis got too prosperous." Democratic party, and the restoration of that day "at home." Captain Md., has in his possession two perfect in the Is right. If we nominatethe Democratic curred on electoral tickets from diflcr-c- ceive a ccnturv it. wlildcd power which for what is worst for them antl best for us, partment is said to have been so con- "How can a man be too prosperous?" Mr. Cleveland naif party to tho Kntton's causes, but for an Elector to with , of Cleveland was most apt scientious that ho would not ride in tho Fortescue had not intended to go then: and well preserved specimens of paper we will bo right, and the Irish will stand by us. jranaeur and glory iAnn!an.nl fnw thnn the selection 'Well, Jcems waru't satisfied with rais-no- he wanted the lovely Miss Bracegirdle moncv, the newest of which is over one (Loud applause.) They tell us that the draw his name to avoid being compro UVe Tntllffina nf fra.mun c. n,af A, miml,.,. nnd wise. on Sunday. street-car- s thi-- best co'n an' oats, an' the best will desert Mr. Cleveland. miscd bv the bad reputation of the lead - i iff1 CILst tne ballots for Lincoln, Iirecken- workingmen to himself, not surrounded by a crowd hundred and ten years old. One of tho My friends, who are the friends It has been asserted that Cleveland's of : Grovcr Cleveland was born on hosses an' cattle; he hn.' to raise notes. cotnbined.com""e wis patriotic Hell all rn Vn nn ilv ;i;,int;a '.of admirers. But as he had" not been notes is for fifteen shillings, issued by the workingmen? It is the Democratic j a- MnlliVan t tWCntVA'ouglas Ifand ntfrrmimtMinntttful cmnrlfli ma'oritv of 193.000 in New York, two .1 iQlh nf Afor-nl-. 1U- - n.t .... lV. That's where the trouble began. I tell 0 party-t- he party or the people, true to tho honor. detcr-jjminchnu KnAn VPtim d autority ot the General Assembly of workingmen, founded on tho workingmen a vears aco, was phenomenal Jible to sec her the day before he March, 188".,' wants to draw tho lino on inau- he the upnghtand fcarlo.ss. can not secure it again. But In Pennsylvania one of the Electors, V r?1- - constantly from rcwarua oi may i 4th of rresillcnt of whenUnitedis StatftSL. you, a man to brave the crowd, and be con-le- Pennsylvania, October 1,- - 1773, and party founded and built upon the working-me- n -. the. (Jicicrnng tne .niratcd to raisin' notes." Toronto Mail. ... he fortv.-as upon a rock which will endure for- who is also the proprietor of tho leading tne allurements of power, have shaken the be admitted without impairing in tne , p if he got but one smile all his own. sigucd by Alexander Tod, J. Hartley ,. Tr f -fand departed the ' And so ho presented himself once more aud Joseph MiiHiu. Thhi is printed in ever. (Loud applause.) They toll us that Mr. party paper, is about to oc torccu trom "H1 fron- - their fect Itepublicanism. from has least his brilliant chances. Throw ott b honor c onferred on one Clevcl&nd vetoed some bill hostile to the odptn of It threatening attitude of Mtcnaneed lor these the venial and time scrv-"i- one-hal- f, The Old Red School House Valedictory. been a whisper at Mrs. Bracegirdle's door, this time red and black ink, the colors of which workingmen. Has there was brought that tho ticket by the and even halt the remaining so youn- -. about a large portion of the labor element, or Its own former possession, who sought half of 193,000-a- nd ma-- . a,mnn,cb" those vetoes or that veto still a large knowing her to be within. But whjn are remarkably fresh and clear. Tho for corrupt purposes? Not one. ltisanin-sul- t The old time valedictory poem in use discovered tli e f fpoils of office where thoy were to be found, jority, carrying with it the thirty-siH avows its determination to defeat it das it was opened, and he confidently other is a dollar note to tho workingman to say ho Is going to which at the received, and continually receives, new 6d.) issued ng great-grand-- it at the old red "skttle houses" as the ' d or carried JhatBIa ncs votes of New York, is left: and toirad framed the phrase, not as a query, Uut by authority of the Assembly of Mary- be caught by a catch-wor- (Applause.) My away by hira as a punishment for his illiberal accession of those who como in the same was not as pretty friends, treatment of a certain class of working pj ?racter which we hav o received before, and cross-road- s Cnl ? Idle denunciation. is not to be forgotten in this connecan assertion: "Mrs. Bracegirdle at land, April 10, 1771. and signed by J. thero Is another great party In this country. efforts of the graduate or city there its does uo .alter latter-da- y with his printing .purposes be any who can not abide waithigh tion that the same Independents who Cntincnta larmj from people connected home?" and proposed immediately to Chapham and William Eddil. The infc There is a nationality, and those sprungor and rorlltude and ability to tor Blaiuo himself sent to the colleges and seminaries, but perhaps the we culmination of Its principles, we are ready voted for Cleveland against Frigcr two the facU.that believe in honesty. I speak now (Ap- estaolishment enter, the maid said, shortly: "No, she in which these notts are of the valeare per- it who the United Mates. Germanic people This Is a bad beginning with the Re- J eontinuo the like exchange. (Applause.) years ago are more eager to vote for civil war a suUt .tul. who was given a it oxpresses the sentiments It used to is not," and quickly shut the doorupon fectly black and fresh. On tho bacic of plause.) All they of an officer In this demand in na9 "JUrig enlisted nnd caught the fire of the him against Blaino now. dictorians quite as closely. purpose and hon- publican Presidential Electors, foremfto-ai- 1 l0,r Government is honesty hits. manhood of this Nation, and the spirit each is the legend: ,4Ti3 death to esty in practice. Giveof Governor Cleve- shadowing an end that will be a good J victory us run something after this stylo: rules Us councils and rlde3 in the lnsliort, it looks as though the day 1 tng exjmi Ho woirts can describe his feelings. counterfeit." Ar. J". News. cent, of Good by siholsrs. iront or its battle. Applause land, and I believe that ninety per Mr, from the town of revered Ilepubllcaus of the pat deal worse. Ilorrisbttrg (Pit.) Patriot. foi Democratic restoration was at Good by school; Hestared blnukly attho handsome door, the German-speakin- g Sf fa,ft'y of blundering has become a itch he paid for be-in- ? - Au side with tho Democrats Good by teacher be ossession laughter and applause) hand, and the high honor of person.itwell shut and li'rm, that suddenly hud Cordon. ofhf:,.o-ia-. is will fallfound side by -represented m the army and in electing him. (Applause,). On this Darned o'd fool. It starts off well. In fact itlooks Jh'-t- the doom of God's awardorto folly, let us it was to be awarded trT Grover ing closed upon him and separated him uovt taking cvrtraeii to build railroads this ufvsnimr. Mr. Chairman. 1 ask that this con - like a tidal-wav- e Buja) tZxpTtt. heirs. J.'he triumph tho party of ticket .V. Y. World. Cleveland, beSI Louis BeDublicaru from his love. What could this awful ir. aoutu .America. Iteoubllc's hoie can not be longer staved. nie.relnnd. vention will nominate Grover ,. Sil ,Co . o thing mean? find Mrs. Bracofirdle kojhnatxm; speeches. heard something false, of course, and ' VTe bad met, nnd wo had parted. Atldressc AVliIrh 1'IucimI Grovcr uttered by some other baso admirer of rho In the stillness, ncavyheartod, Cleveland licfore the Democracy u I was linccrin? where she left me, at tho olden her daughter which had made her rustic stile: take this cruel step? It was impossible Candidate for ttio Presidency and "Which Torn by warrinj? pride and sorrow, Secured His Nomination. to guess. It was impossible to knock AH my soul shrunk f mm the morrow, DIMM. tVith its ltuuntiufr recollections, that no hope again and ask; itwas ridiculous to stand KtKD could now beguile. York. staring at the door. He turned, de- noMr. Lockwootf. of Now with no akl. It is with ordinary reelings and ordinary feelscended the steps and walked down tho ing of responsibility that 1 ttnpvHr befoiv this And the silence, like a token as a causol twlievehenlll help us to win rflinot iui. .uirmiwr TF J, 1884. VOL. XlX.fNO. 44, ' OJkXiXt AJX Tim. ;j1. SCHOOL ASD CHURCH. ' ThciBarkablc Speech of Colonol Vilas. A confident expectation may bo placed in The your wise deliberations. We mv bopo from r kinjr tho I'prmannnt flhntrnintt. your w.sJotn the flrt etep to bo taken, and to see iigilii Nation restored to its real sta- Democracj- - anJjfow York ToEtlcj!. pZ f"j I trlKf ng Irish-America- n FW ,our-,DDeri- at&!i1tiit ' ' y y self-wille- d, rat-a-tat-t- at d 1 ,,. 1 n j ra.whteh--wbcUeatAlI8- tm.'S atl 1 which, I- 1 ?flvTlftrJ-VCflHSWOJuus- o. t.-'- l le .3 . , , m I - . i poll-Xicia- ! '' eg-rit- y nt rn , de-cen- tf 1S, n, j net ii.-i- s' ly Tes-Ltmc- -' unie-tsertlB- -o vote-controlli- ; x al i iice om, ! 1 L ""'".'. """u ' pltr-tWrcn- suD-tan- co 4 ak ed n con-trnr- 1 1 rtsit Sec-rota- ry four-wheel- ed he rn pun-jhed- ?;-- -- y ed j(-- For-tescue- 's m cre-tfallc- n. to-da- d. -- broad-shouldere- J -r- j 1 pro-Don- ty -- s. a. to-da- .u:r- ns "-;- ot to-da- nt lv .- nt ifLi'f. I Jt 'fptivelv -- x, .That sied ?ft or SSS0' JK ft5 J -- S"?.t" -.- - ..r- - ' "V r - , U, Jjr,SS. 83. 5 t ' " - m Thez&ilmai1. Courier. V .., ifOKMAN. kjc. aei : : sh KPA'TrTnirv w sv 4 w A MISTAKE. . A Tadpole sat on a cola, gray stons. u And sadly thought or his lffe. Uvpa11 a'onc." Mid espouso mo a wife?" ho. fe.'jf1,1 d Ai-Si- ..n CI" d young proprietor was avowedly on the defensive. "ko far as I'm concerned, of course MG'rlslimangC' I0U kn0vr' and th8 poywog its nothing to me," observed Maxon, dejectedly. .i$ut it puts mo out to That takes your fancy th0 PoI1-have you made a laughing slock all iou-chooso i ncn the summer has passed away." over town. It's shame well, it's no use talking. Yes, you may depend i?s,h thou"t ho .A. married a Polly wo? fair, hotter knew, upon me to keep an eve on him.sir. Those tlJ nner was over, ho sat follows will bear "watching. I sav, On the brink of the stream m despair. though, Mr. Proctor, haven't vou got For, would you bellieve It? his fair young brido mighty close up to that hundre'd?" Proved to bo but a stupid frog. Half an hour later Mason looked in again, his face lit up with a mischievbroad-shouldere- ' frtXnrf ouler' You'll have better taste ""I1 sal. with a siKhf J,?r'you ro FK. on tho brink of BlroaTn m' ar young m 'BMMMssaSMssBtsSMMHJSMMasMMMaMsaaaaiiii-ii man, Ho turned to thn crowd of mon who , A, little," returned auuruy. stood inactive, gazing upon tho scene: young iumberman took his way "Conie on and help us save tho lumto the offlce. little later. tho ruddy ber!" visage of Maxon looked in at tho door A couple of dozen mon camo promptas ho returned from dinner. ly forward. The lumberman saw, to J, by the way, Maxon, I havo a his surprise, that tho volunteers were new man at work out in the yard. You almost exclusively composed of tho might keep an eye on him." professional men of tho town. r, Mr. Troctor!" exclaimed Tho local officials of tho railroad, a Maxon, in hopeless protest. "In it dapper, d set of fellows, auother of them fellows?" commonly viewed with contemptuous g ..,)' e" 3ou see, he declared he was eyes by tho portion of willing to work, and it seems only fair population, presented themselves the almost to a man. The tall form of Judge rTV man a chance." w ,.. , "mCTriuwnsM ftil.. Te yojoutnimcyou j i iI could l,n1d on to Slimmer Eating. Food should bo seasonable Aa clothos are changed according to tho weather variations, so should tho equally important diet be regulated. In d many households the system of arranging summer foods after now and improved methods has been adopted, insuring the savin"- of money, lire, time anoT labor, with" the additional advantage of having most desirable and healthful dishes to tempt and satisfy tho appetite, without proving a tax to tho digestive organs. Scionco is n "to convenience, and there is actually no limit to the supply of canned, pottod, nnd food. All manner of soups, fish, meat fowl, sauces, puddings and fruit are prepared, excellent in quality and at low cost, considering the fact that every atom of the "put up" article is eatable; and the extent to which tho mothod of preparation is employed amazes one who has not kopt naco with tho ingenuities brought to bear upon former methods oF table wisely-ordorohand-maidepro-serv- i FARM AM) -- FIRESIDE. a so-call- ed UUIU t he 'Shut up! " in your armsfit." a around my neck." The office and bar room a pretentious structure of the hotel, . . .i t-- To cure weak eyes batho your eyes daily in salt water; not salt enough to causo a smarting sensation. N T". Herald. nm,;in well-dresse- spoctablo hard-workin- v " to-da- d ,,,msel hart grown He only saw the faults or his wife (As others sometimes do). To all young Tadpoles my moral is tlii3: Dcrore you settle in lire. Be sure you know without any doubt hat you want in the way or a wife. Golden Dayt. As?oStSutja?jarte "Don't you want to take a look at your new hand now, Mr. Proctor? He's just like the rest of them; sitting on a lumber pile all doubled up with a " pain in checked furthor intelligence and Maxon dodged around the corner to escape other missiles. At six o'clock, when the hands came up to receive pay for their day's labor, John Proctor saw his protege standing off at a little distance Ihe man made no demand for wages, and his employer took no notice of him. As the men filed out the express agent of the Plumbago City train, a personal friend of Tractor's, came running into the office with a package in his hand. J "Ilorc, Proctor, run them over quickly and sign this receipt. It's tho five thousand frcm Juarez it Signor. I haven't a moment to spare." The lumberman hastily counted tho notes signed his name to tho receipt in a bold, dashing hand, and the aent hurriod off. Left alone. Proctor tirew A flying Spanish conversation book ous smile. rs P No foundation upon which a heavy from his pocknt a lonp, Hussian-leathe- r pocket-bao- k superstructure is to be ercctcdls now reand laid the notes caregarded as properly laid in Chicago fully iuside. As he thrust this into his tho baso is first formed by a mass breast pocket, ho chancod to glance toof concrete, made of broken stone and ward the window, and encountered the cement, of sufficient thickness anil hungry eyes of the tramp, shandy fol breadth to form a solid footing, t It has lowing his movements from without. been discovered in the erection of largo As thf man saw that he was detected, he paused, seemed about to speak! buildings upon tho soft or made soil upon which Chicago is built, that tho then changed his mind and sauntered The words brought back to John A vague auxiet' carelessly away. the Proctor a souo of tho loss he had sus- constituent parts of derfte, underlying earth are not evenly but that assailed John Proctor It was tained. At strolled lockets of quicksand or soft oarth exist banking hours; there was no help up, flushed that moment Maxon Ho with exertion. had in many places. The iinnionie weight for it, he mut be custoduuiof his treas- just administered a sound kicking to a of the largo structures upon stich soil ure until morning. He sat up late that nisrhL Tho n.iv. couplo of young Mexicans, whom he causes thoni to scttlo unevenly unless had detected makinsr off with n. n( somo provision is made for overcoming ment of this sum was all that u , neces-sa- n building hardware. to make the Eastern trip a definite "Maxon," ho i?aid, abruptly, "did the difficulty, andthewhen borings tore made to ascertain and tangible matter. Thero was a pile condition of the of correspondence to be turned off and that fellow who got me out la'st niht underlying strata tho architect and come out safely himself?" builder can readily detorminu where to a letter to be dispatched to that little "Now I think of it," returned Maxon, strengthen tho baso upon wiich the woman in Illinois, telling her to discharge her music pupils and nmkn "ho went baek a minute; but ho ot out foundation is to be erected. Tho settling of the Cuslom-hwisThere was somethingalniost pathetic ready for his coming. When he had all right just as the roof fellin. I aud m his very sullenncss as ho shuffled finished his letters ho sat quietly for thought at tho moment a pieco of fall- several other cry heavy buildtngs has ing away, his rags flapping in tho breeze, awhile in his big arm chair. It whs ofl timber hit him, but ho scrambled been a warning "to Chicago architects fast enough." within a fow years that a necessity exand shoes clattering an ac- very late wlion he rose and, locking A dread suspicion assailed John isted for strengthening the basw of the doors nnd windows, proceeded to the companiment to his gait. little inner room where he slept. Ho Proctor's honest heart: but he repelled large buildings in order that they may "Come back here, will vou?" Yet all day loug as he settle evenly when their hcafy walls drew off hi-- , coat, and, folding !t care- it sturdily. John Proctor s voice was stern and fully, placed it beneath Iris pillow. mumereu iircamiiy aoout. answering are erected, and experience has taught hrit-itudecisive. The.. tramn halted, "- - l ' t " "", J jooKea away, tnen snullled. back again. Then he examined the barrels of an a thousand idle questions or liMiing mom mat it uiey would have tse mamfrom tho ruins various mementoes of moth structuresstaud without tracked pistol, which huu "Come down to the yard this after- English bull-donoon and I'll give you a job. But take upon a hook beside his bed. Reassured the wreck there would constant! v in. walls a base must be created utat will the half dollar first and ret iillod up by this precaution he sank into ahen.rv trudo upon him the memory of two be almost, if not quite, equal to a greedy, devouring e es, peering'through ioiinuniion upon soiui rook. sleep. first" As Chkago grows more metrtpolitau Ho had exchanged the dime for a Several hours before, a man had a window, a strange retreat into a larger com anu neiu it in his out- crawled upon a low pile of planks. burning building, ami disappearance nnd the demands for immense piles ol How to Feed the Calves. stretched palm. Tho man did uot im- Hanked by two others of tovveriii" into the shadows. When night came it masonry becomes more apparent, it is was necessary for some one to stay and a source of satisfaction to tho puHie to mediately extend his hand to take it. height As he stretched himself al The calf should bo fed freoly with its In the moment or two that elapsed the length, with a bundle of shakes for a guard the ruins, for, if the wind should know that the architects are bjcoming mother's milk for tho first week or ton young lumberman thought that he de- pillow, he philosophically reflected that rise, some smouldering piles of lumber masters of the situation, not oS- in d days of its life to afford it a fair start tected a trace of something allied to such a bed was not to be despised. He might be fanned into a blaze, ami the signs of architecture, but that fte quesin the world. Tho calf may, however, to judge, for his remainder of the stock be swept away. tion of substantiality has reccit!! that resentful pride in his bearing. But the was not be taken from its mother the third day Maxon, weary and hollow-eyeoffered great consideration which is due to the illusion vanished as a grimy hand experience had been wkle ami diversiand taught to drink, feeding warm future. The day has passed with the closed greedily upon the silver, and the fied, and he had learned to weio-tho his services. tolt at first. In a few days it "Not a bit of it, Maxon. Go home Chicago architect when his ambition h fellow disappeared without even troub- most uencnte points of, variance with may bo fed with milk .skimmed at tho fine discriminational a connoisseur. to your wife anil babies, I have engaged satislie! with haing plum.! a strue-turling himself to make any formal twelve hours, and gradually with fulh that will meet the demands of the He had traveled half way across the of his gratitude. skimmed milk. To the skimmed milk da- - and stand a a monument Proctor did not add that the watch- present John Proctor looked after him with Contiuont without once knowing tho gruel made of flaxseed should be added, a quizzical smile. Fho minutes later shelter of a civilized roof. He had man he had engaged was no other than of beauty when tho finishing touches or that made of linseed-oi- l cake. This ho knew his own name would be tho tented beneath the fragrant .shade of himself, but when the rest hai gone shall have been put upon it. Chicago gruel being rich in fatty or oily sub toast of a drunken crowd of loafers in orange groves in Southern California, home he remained thero alone, "sep- has reached that era in which its future stauces supplies the place of the cream the saloon around tho corner. It was and in waving fields of golden grain, arated as it was from tho rest of tho demands and greatness cin be dimly, which has been removed from the not his first experience of tho kind. To passed some terrible July nights on the town, by night tho place was a dreary at least, discussed, and the architect, of milk Professor E. W. Stewart, aubo sure it would help to advance a cer- Colorado Desert, where the mercury solitude. Once the call of a mocking all others, ha it within tho ranie o: hot thor of a valuable work on "Feeding his ability to build for that fiituie, tc Milk is not only an accessory, but is Animals," says that the skim milk ra" tain Quixotic reputation which had at- marks 110 degrees at midnight, parch- bird thrilled in tho distance. A fiery tached itself to him since his first ad- ing ir water and choked with tho hot eye, miles away over the level plain, display his foresight, to improve upon a splendid substitute for heavier articles tion "may be made about as nutritious vent in this little New Mexican town. dust of the arid wast-- , wakin at day- devoloped into the headlight of tho lo- the staid architecture of the past by of diet, for it is nourishing to a high a tho new milk by adding to it flaxseed But ho had sleadilv adhered to his break to find the delusive mirage mock- comotive of tho oveninsr train, which modern combination that will result in degree. Tea and coffee have each their gruel, made by boiling a pint of flaxseed creed: Granted that ninety-nin- e and a pint of oilmeal in ten to twelve out ing him in tho distance. He nad sunk thundered past on its way to the depot the production of building monuments niche in the archives of and one must not lose sight of the marts of water, or flaxseed nlone in six oi a Hundred of this floating population down exhausted on the barren nlntp.ins below. The moon came up and throw of which they nnd the future citizens ol Chicago will be justly proud. The sub- tact that warm drinks neutralize tho tunes its bulk of water: mix this ono to were thieves and mendicants, he was of Arizona and roused to find himself into weird relief the blackened ruins. wont to say, he preferred to be victim- stabbed in a thousand places by the John Proctor, who had hoen slowty stantial foundation is tho stepping-ston- effect of cold food for the system, but two parts with skim milk and feed to the grand piles of raasonrj milk in sickness and in health has a blood warm. Lot the calf have its fill ized by the ninety and nine, rather minute cacti needles, cast upon him by pacing to and fro, sat down upon a than miss that hundredth man. tne maiicioiri breeze: ercr lured on bv bunch of shingles and buried his face that are boing and to be erected in the character and qualities peculiarly it3 twice per day, at regular times, until Arrived at the Park, a strip of land the sweet face of a child who had smiled in his hands. He knew, what not oven c'ty. and are only evidences of the solid- own. Sour milk or buttermilk is a six months old. During this time teach Maxon had guesied. that this disaster ity of the structures that will grace the healthful drink, and lemonade is speci runnins through the heart of theplace, farewell through a mist of tears. it to eat a few oats, and, in case of a the title to which was adispute between The quiet of the place, the gently had wrought his irreparable ruin. It thoroughfares of Chicago, ana stand as ally grateful on n warm tiay or evening. tendency to scour, give for a meal ot A glass of lemonade taken hot before two in the milk a quart of coarse wheat the railroad company, a handful of de- stirring air, odorous with the fragrance would require even- - cent of the insur- a rock lor all time. Chicajo Tim'. a. breakfast, is swift to correct irregutermined squatters aud the Govern- of the pine woods, the sleepy twinkle of ance money to settle his outstanding flour. It will be perceived that the oil larities. ment, John brought down the wire the stars overhead, and the weariness of liabilities, for he had done business ou of the flaxseed will make good the loss Flowers. fence this noon with one vigorous kick. muscles unaccustomed to labor, soon the rushing Western plan, and had carSalt or smoked lish is most rclishablo of the cream in the milk; in fact, it is a Kicking down this wire fence was one lulled him into slumber. On many sides I see evidences that for breakfast either broiled or boiled, ration as rich as milk itself, and we ried a stock out of all prop rtion to his of the legitimate pastimes of the inhabA little later two glowing sparks of capital. If he could only have saved the flowers arc coming eaten with stewed, boiled or fried have seen calves raised upon it quite itants, who could not afford to make a de- fire secniod to glide down the railroad that live thousand, or if he had nolbeeii into frosh favor. A bright lady writor potatoes and eggs, are an excellent the equal of calves running with the tour of a mile or more ro reach their track, tole around the office and so ambitious. Annie had been ready-p- oor gives it as her experience and observa- article for warm weather diet. They dam. We have also used flaxseed and places of business, nor vet hazard within the long drying-she- d little girl! Sho had even proposed tion that a decided icstorationof the supply the phosphorus requisite to tho peameal to mako gruel to mix with the scaliug it. These encroach- at its rear. During their progress these bringing her piano to this raw Southern flowers of our great grandmothers' system, and prove a most convenient skim milk, and it has proved an excelments on tho part of the citizens had sparks of lire occasionally described town, and eking out their income with gardens, such as the peonies, poppies, substitute for all kinds of meats. Herb lent combination " In giving once been resisted with warlike demon- magnificent curves in the air, in the tho result of her own labors. On one hollyhocks, sweet Williams, clove pinks, omelottos are a benefaction to tho bus)' for feeding a calf one week old strations, but now as Proctor stepped accentuation of certain rhythmical ut- point ho was resolved. Whenever he jellow lilie, columbinas, bluebells. housekceper.as are the gas and koroseno upon skim milk. Professor Stewart through the gap a patient-lookinterances in the corrupted Spanish of got square with the world a?ain he Hour de lis, monk's hood, phloxes, stoves, on which they may be prepared .says: "If flaxseed is difficult to procure, add two tablespoonfuls of oilmeal pet little man advanced, the Mexican tongue. The lowest Mex- would put his pride in his pocket, and h ehnis, sweet sultan and the like. at a moment's notice. trundling a wheelbarrow laden with a ican peon, who all his life goes half humbh present himself before the little They are not only for the most part day, dissolved in hot water. This oilOn cool mornings hot cakes are achuge coil of barb wire, and, politely clothed, half fed and unsheltered, woman, ask her to share his fortunes, beautiful in color and form, but a gfcat ceptable, and can be eaten with fruit meal may be doubled in a week, gradgreeting the trespasser, set about re- handles his cigar or cigarette with the for better or worse. O, God! how loiif advantage of thei.- cultivation is, thai or meats. Light and delicate griddle-cake- s ually increasing to one pound per day pairing tho fence. Pardons was in the fine pomposity and careless grace of would it be? A stilled groan escaped when once planted they will delight of graham or wheat flour or corn but this will bo sufficient up to employ of the road nnd scrupulously the proudest hidalgo. his lips. hen the calf is sixtv day the senses for yours, if a little attention meal, can be made, baked and eaten days old. obeyed his instructions, but a John Proctor awoke that nightto find Suddenly he rose and stood erect. is only given to them in the spring b with fresh butter on twenty minutes' old add one pound of oats or oatmeal of humor in his eye told that he sympa- himself assailed by a foe mightier than His quick car had caught the sound of diirging about the roots and applying a notice, while delicious biscuits require or wheat middlings. Continue this fot thised with the transgressor. his feeble imagination had pictured. He somo heavy body slowly moving over plentiful supply of rich compost, and a little longer time to become the crisp sixty days. Twenty pounds skim milk As John Proctor took his wav down tried to rise but found himself unablo the ground. dividing the roots in the autumn if too brown which betokens the well done per day will be sufficient for first ninety through tho Park in Ihe direction of his to move, opp cssed by a terrible sense crowded. Thy bloom at a season and most tempting bread made with days, but no injury will occur from a "Who is there?" office, ho seemed to throw o!T the un- of suffocation from dense volumes of when flowers are most welcome. A wavering voice replied: baking powder, decided improvements larger ration as the calf grows older. Who that has been familiar with a upon the sometimes yellow or spotted For tho next ninety days, if the milk is pleasant reflections which had been an- smoke which lillo I the air. through . "Only me. Is that you, bos?" garden of a generation ago will not soda biscuits of the short, feed only ten pounds of skim noying him, with one shrug of his which vast sheets of flame darted their e South. John Proctor bent forward and milk, and increase the oatsormiddlings recognize this picture? "To make an Philadelphia Time. powerful shoulders. The vouno- man's forked tongues toward him. Suddenly a man slowly eye fell cheerily upon the somewhat in- tho wall of flame and smoke was parted the shadow of a pilewawling alon"- in to ten pounds per day. We havo adgarden, there should be of joist Aslhc beds of vised linseed oilmeal, because it is excongruous array of buildings which and the fa"o of the tramp bent over figure emerged into the moonlight, I'aster lilies, mingled with he Wealing Settles. cellent for the health ot the calf, and, constituted the town. He gloried in him. Ho was rougWy shaken, pulled saw that tho fellow dragged one leg clumps of spider lilies, and borilf-to- t the homely little edifices, squatted over offthe bed, half dragged, half carried helplessly after him. His suspicions sweet Williams, and colunibinjjbS;:i as we know by analysis, lias ton pei The common stinging nettle was every hue, the ground in various directions. Uad through tho little private office and into melted away beneath his eircTA? ymerly used largely in Germany asfor-a coot of oil and a large percentage ol natural such annals intermixed with andH-Wfood and phosphate ol as mi;nonncttc not every foot of lumber been supplied tho larger room bevond, where the fire warmth of heart. material for the" making of woven lime to build the bones and extend tho alyssum, edged with bluebells of h&'"--r from his own yard, and did no; this had begun its work of devastation. Then "Are you hurt?" fabrics, as is proved by the name ol breath. Long excellent qualitie-a- s avalanche of trade mean Annie? voice and memory came back and he "Only a falling timber, boss, but the of all colors, beds are made of tiiTfps ncsselluch, or nottlecloth, still applied frame. It has most calves, and can ala food for raising single and double, and Nothing could be mean or poor which shouted: "My notes! In my coat pock- fire got into my eyes and I can't see clumps of peonies, phloxes, clove pinks, to muslin. Prof. Rouleaux, the repre- ways be had for this purpose at from brought these weary years of waiting et under the pillow let me go. very woll." poppies and garden pinks, with a back- sentative of the German manufacturers one and a half to two cents per pound, to an end. Ho was a. practical man? Tor answer he was violently propelled He had drawn himself to Proctor's ground of holl hocks at the Philadelphia Exhibition, advised generally at the former figure in the little given to enthusiasm of any sort, ferward into the arms of "some men, feet and stopped, and monk's turning a little upon Tho martagon lilies, Easter lilieshood experiments with the nettle with aiew West and the latter in the East New but for her sake he looked with glow- eagerly crowding through the flaming ms yelsuie, native ing vision upon the turrctcd mountain doorway. He struggled to free himself hand. nis ncau propped up with his low lilies, and the iris, with its pure to the production of up by arn. The process linseed meal is now graduall) a lady, who taking the place of the old style oilcrimson bell, succeeded tho tulips and matter was taken tops in the distance, with their purple from their vice-lik"You see when I come through the then the June rose-- , which grasp. He fought nettles for thu purpose upon a meal, the difference being that the oil shadows and golden lights. How she wun mem, in those Slanted part of her estate, and in 1877 door something is reduced to 2J per cent; but oilmeal would rejoice over them, that quiet lit- broke down cursed them anda finally not seeing you, fell against me. and days of rose gardens would not bo and cried like child. and not being able to thought very beautiful, but at was able to exhibit nettle fibres in all tle denizen of Western prairieswhohad Maxon's fierce tones recalled him to get about very well, that time stages of preparation. Thereupon hun- may be dispensed with, and oatmeal oi there were so were a glory, Fifty kinds of middlings used in its stead, with skim lived among the monotonous levels of himself. garden many of them cussed Mexican thieves roses were planted there, people in Germany, IJelgium, milk." A writer in the Xcw England Central Illinois all her life. besides climb- dreds of "Why, man, doyou think we would about I was afraid they might make ers and bush roses, and various kAids Hungary, Poland, Sweden, Switzer- Farmer states that he found thatfinelv-grounThe thought lent cheerful energy to lot you go into that fiery furnace again? off with this" holdincr out a flat of monthly tea and a banksia, wlftse land aud Austria commenced the culryemeal, fed with skim milk, his voice as he entered the yanTand See! There goes tho roof now." leather book which John Proctor seized clusters of buff flowers were tivation of the nettle, and two years exquisitely later the first German manufactory produced excellent results and obviated gave some directions to Maxon, his With a gentle, waving motion tho with a glad exclamation. The man beautiful. Of course these delic-Uthe tendency of skim milk to produce d and general roof seemed to slowly vibrato to and went on, talking in an absent way. roses were housed in the cellar durin" devoted to this industry was opened at constipation, often followed by diarfactotum. Proctor was deeply en fro, then .sank down with a suddon Dresden. A yarn has now been pro- rhoea. Boston Globe. "I wouldn't have liked f the winter, but they grossed, in making out an order for sev- crash, and a flvino- mlnmn of snarks think ill of me. You're to have you to tlin nlil irnnlnn ?n added which fulfils all requirements; Ji tho first man ...v... ... ft... omuuier. cam-J duced ,.uV eral carloads of finishing lumber, when celebrated its downfall. who give mo a chance since I panulas, foxgloves, pyrethrums but tho Chinese nettle gives tho best a shadow darkened the door, and the Ostrich Epss as Food. W ith half yielding ;ot I wan't always a loafer. larkspurs also grew in abundance ind results, strength a fine glossy yarn ol tramp stood before him. He could not stared about dazed senses John Proctor sir. down. spoke of my than that mado from You him, and his gaze wanknowing some- cut flowers always filled dishes in Vie creator repress an exclamation of surprise. dered to the Twenty thing about the business, and and parlor. The blood-re- The common nettle. Tho fibre is there- set down tohungry men wero recently The vagabond observed and his face crimson glowsky above, whero an angry 1 ousrhr, if fifteen years as a to be sure sitting-rooa meal composed of a fore known as China grass. Philadelhad blotted out the stars, dark crimson aud dwarf i.i 'sorter' in lowered as ho asserted himself de- and rested upon tho egg. It was an ostrich egg. For a phia Hecord. Wisconsin lumber region can teach yellow sorts are very effective in distant mountaiu the mAd fiantly. whole hour it was boiled, and though chaius weirdly i borders. of lumber. Sweet "Yes, I've come," he said. "What seamed fronts rellectiuf from their a man anythingstruck ofl" out But when greatly improved, Williams have In Holland cattle appear to be tho thero were some misgivings as to its my wife died 1 and cra"y peaks the West Its and produce are you going to give me to do?" glare of the unrighteousTames. Would been hard luck ever since and my lit- of large size and great richness flowers leading interest, forty per cent of the being cooked, the shell was broken, fo: of &1 John Proctor put on his hat and went she admire them now? land being devoted to meadow and curiosity could no longer be restrained, tle girl back there with her grand- oring. ' Ijancastcr Intelligencer wjuj mm into me yaru.wneronn empty d grass land. The number of cattle is and a e laid surely it car was waiting to bo filled on an order tho eye of was a snrntnnla fn, enchant parents" estimated at 1,500,000, sheep 1,000,000, upon the plate. But aside from its an unprejudiced spectator, His voico seemed to fail from weakPaper may be stuck on wood by from a neighboring town. He showed whose whole swine 500,000, and horses 3,000,000. size there was nothing peculiar about iucaus ui una solution: mini the man a small slip of paper tacked ing sacrificed possessions wf re not be- ness. it. It had the white and bluish tinge and sheep have to the effect "What have you eaten powdered gum tragacanth' Cattle twenty years, increased during of duck-eggupon the end, and was about to explain but' swine have and the yolk was of the the last ., He turned collectively tr tho scene asked the other shurply. niiicr, one ana where he could find the material desig- before him. There the usual color. It tasted as it looked "The man answered reluctantly and ounces; and acetic acid, twenty drnns fallen off. something nated, when the fellow threw ofl hTs to bo done. The was still liko a duck egg and had no flavor It will cause labels to adhere cream of the stock almost in a tone of apology. John Gliddon, stenographer in the peculiar to itself. But it was immense! coat and deftly attacked a pile of scant- had been destroyed, down there among tho firmly, without staining them "Ycti see, English House of Commons, recently As it takes twenty-eigh- t ling which chanced to be the first item piles of lumber to but unless ofsome lumber piles sir hen eggs to how could I" the paper is of an unusually bad unless reported the proceedings of a House equal the ostrich the th riht on tho list mi. i e" which was cooked, building were speedily" removed, the John Proctor was a man more ity. A clear solution of gum arabie a Committee five hours a day for forty-dn- e it is evident that the host knew what he "Hulloa!" said Proetor, gazing in fire would communicate with tno whole given to action than speech. He ad-- 1 plied once or twice, is all the days, the inquiry.embraeing 2"),367 was about in cooking only one. Thero surprise. "You seem to know some- outside stock, stretched, for several dressea tne man now in clear, doided required in finishing for most ounvL, questions and answers, which, writtea was enough and to spare. San Franc0des thing about this business." hundred yards along the railroad track. tones. -- Detroit Post, jut, covered 2,365 foolscap pages. isco Alia California. u tin-loss -- swarming men of your class. Xo less than with six begging for money, have stonpod me on the streets while down there at tho yard" indicating with his hand n row of tall lumber piles surrounding a small building in the distance "wo haven't had three applications for work in a month." "Try me." "Do imagine you would work if you had the chance? I havn had a little experience with fellows of our sort. You have such remarkable appetites!" Ho addressed him gencricallv, as the representative of a race. "You work half an hour then come around with tho plea that you can't labor on an empty stomach, draw an advance of half a dollar on jour wages and that is the last we oversee of Tho man retorted so sharply that ono could almost have fancied the poor remnant of spirit still abiding in him stirred to something resembling wrath. "That's always the way," he muttered. "Say wo won't work; then won't give us a show. I know we're a pretty lot, but some of us oiajL uui. squaru enougn. n a man once gets down, thero s no getting up to-da- HUNDREDTH MAN. "Xovrseo here, my friend," saMJolm 1 roctor, his honest eyes looking gravel v into the tramp's face as he balanced R dime on the tip of his finder, "I'm not going to read you a homily on the subject of labor, but 1 wart to present for your consideration a little matter of statistics. You know, as well as I, 0-E THE thattho Territory is Cheeseman, a stiff and somewhat aristocratic legal luminar-- , loomed up in g their midst. A little real estate agent leaped upon a pilo of shingles and began to fling tho hunches down to a German chemist below. The two rival editors, (for the least of New Mexican villages usually boasts its min iature nowspaponlom,) who had exchanged shots on Gold Avenue thn previous day, glared cordially at each other along the lengths of the timbers they undertook to transport to a place of safety. The laboring nopulation offered searcoly a representative, savo in the persons of a few contractors and mechanics, who had learned to know and like the pleasant young lumberman. The men worked like horoe. Their energy never waned until a faint light in the east began to rival tho rod glaro of the flames, through the medium of tho high, rare atmosphere, cast over tho desert plains for miles around, and every piece of lumbor was removed to a safe distance. Worn and wearied, John Proetor sat down to.rest upon the wheel of his own copying press. A gradual change had lakuii piace in tne ranKs ot tho loungers. Many of tho spectators of the night had gouo home to refresh themselves with a nap, and tho remainder were reinforced by a straggling corps of men who had slept through all the turmoil and excitement. One of these, a .stout fellow with a big diamond blazing in his shirt bosom and a mimic beer oot-tl- e suspended from his massive watch chain, was recounting his experience, as all people revol in detailing their individual impressious on the occasion of a fire. "You soo I was sleeping liko a log when Jizzie caught hold oT my shouU der and she says: 'Bob, Bob. wake up, 1 tell you. Tho skv is all afirn ami there must bo an eclipse!' I reached up to see if my pockot-boowas safe quiet-lookink happen to him! How long would it last? U ould they let him have one "ood night's rest before turnin" him" out again? When once more on tho desolate plain, wandering through mosquito and it would seem like somo strange dream. But what was this? The stalwart young lumberman speaking huskily to the sago-brush, entered with the uncouth "reon Lis hack. A gurgle of laughtorSnUirouHi tho crowd The majority fancied tho young lumberman's turned by his recent dementia had takon ti, V lent development of the wcVp with which he had hitherto .....guiiT suuuoniy ceasAi when young man went straig to tho clerk, saying , clear, ringh tones: 'Give mo the best room have. This man, who sax ed my vou nIvht, badly hurt Some of yo," turning is to tho idlers, "go at once for surgeon of the Atchison rojul " tho A doon men sprang forward to relieve him of his burden, to help him carry the poor fellow to a comfortable "" "'"i'V ' " uny laid upon I he Millcrcr tho received those attentions in silence. His ym Cyes stared incredulously about tte room, and into the kindly faces bendin" oier him. That anything like this Ihould ,, i.,r;:""'jX j.asuKo loafers, uuju IS when f losSanhS y. t' at nfo-ja- air-tig- ht -- soap-wce- "And mind, McLean, do I owe him more than I can Put him in cood trim to ta manship of my jard when Igi mst n The silly old vagrant buried his fa e in the pillow ami wept. Flora IIaint Apponyi, in Chicago Current. Solid roundiitioiis. up." A vi ied lon-afte- r a-- zr low-dow-n u ill-mat- --l g - d, e management. The soups vary in character: there are extracts for clear soup, powders so rich and concentrated thatatablespoon-- f ul or so w ill thicken and make tasteful a full quart of soup, and then there are jars or b .ttles or jugs with vegetables requiiingonly the boiling water to make regular French soups. The meats, too, are soconvonient, fot in summer one would soonerforego the delights of a juicy roast than to heat up the range and tho house, except on extra occasions, and most desirable substitutes are the lobstors and salmons to eat plain or for salads; the canned and putted meats and game, which should always be kept on hand to moot the unpleasant emergencies which often arise a r.iinv da or the arrival of an unex-Ci guest, when no one is at leisure to run to the grocery or to order from tl.i- marketmau. Ihe patient and obligiug baker, whose dailv task is to supply tho rolls., bread, and sometimes cake, saves a great amount of annoyance. His pies at this season can be dispensed with, for the summer fruits, each in its season, are wise substitutes for pastry, for fruit aids instead of retarding tho assimilative processes, and when ripe fruit can not be procured tho canned, dried and sugared fruits prove most acceptable, and when well prepared thoy really prove a panacea for mauy of the summer complaints which so much annoy children. There are many vegetables which also tend to lubricate the system and supply at the same time elements of sustenance. Tomatoes, sliced or cooko d, are excellent, and every one knows how delicious thev are with'the Mayonnaise accessory. Asparagus, too. covers tho widest ground of material demand. Like celery aud onions, it is a good nervine, and may bo served on toast with drawn butter sauce or simply boiled tender in salted water and eaten as salad with saucs of inegar, salt and pure oil. Few persons understand tho capacities of the cucumber, which is usually pickled, nerx e I raw or grated, and mixed with incgar for sauce. Tho larger specimens can be sliced lengthwise, seasoned with salt and pepper, rolled iu flour, and fried to a dainty brown iu lard or butter, forming an acceptable breakfast or tea dish, with a meaty taste added to the flavor of the egetable. As little force and fire as possible should be called into service in preparing summer foods. The cereal element predominates in the constitution oi modern diet. Corn, oats and wheat, in some form, are found ujmhi every breikfant table, and are praised for g their properties. Tho Scotch and Irish oat meals are undoubtcdl)" superior to tho domestic, but the American method of furnishing it steamed or purtlv cooked saves timo and trouble. Kery mill has of course its own way of grinding tho grists and samp and different meals, but all agree concerning the best and simplest w ay of serving them have tho grains well done, eat with a measure of milk and sugar, if desirable, when cold, and with butter or cream and sugar when 1 t.-tea-biscui- Journal. Whipped cream frozen is dainty. To threo pints of perfectly sweet, fresh, and thick cream allow one pint of powdered sugar, the whites of two and a tablespoonful of vanilla. wliip the cream and mix tho other in- gi clients gradual!) ; then freeze Chicago Journal. Tho boy who is always cracking a , 1. .1.- -. : ,..!.:. .... tin; .1 i. . uiif .? ui uuj; uuii is aiways oarKin" or the man who talks loud enough to be heard over a quarter section has no business in a stock yard or pig pen. Of course no gentleman would swear in a pig pen, especially whero there are young litters. Elder Wallace. Gooseberry Catsup: Tea pounds of ripe gooseberries, live jiounds of white sugar, a quart of good cider vinegar, three tnblospoonfuls of ground cinnamon, two tablespoonfuls of ground clovos, one of allspice and two of salt. Wash, remove blossoms, put into anro. serving kettle, crush, heat through.then pass through a fino colander. Roturn to the fire, add sugar and spice, boil slowly half an hour, add vinegar, and bottle. Exrhnnqe. Tho banana has come to bo almost a necessity in thousands of Northern fnmilios to whom it was unknown a fow years ago. They are fried ami served as an entree; pies are made of them, with a delicate upper and under crust with plenty of sugar and a suggestion ot spice, but when sliced thin and mixed with chopped pinonpplo or with chopped orangos thoy are simply delicious. At breakfast" they are served by removing the skin, cutting the bananas in two pieces, crosswise, and piling thorn on a pretty china or fanov plate. eg-s, Times. Whero nlastor can bn had for from three dollars to five dollars per ton tho man who neglects to sow it neglects one of the best means of enriching his land, for plaster will help tho clover and clover the land. Plaster is also very beneficial to peas. Sow from ono to two bushels per acre. Prairie Farmer. In growing food for poultry it should be borne in mind that corn, wheat and oats can always bo purchased, and it is tho best, therefore, to grow sorghum, broom corn, pop corn, millet and for seed, which aflord a variety, but which can not so readil) be procured in the market. Albany sun-flowers To take ont mildew: Rub soap on the mildewed spot, mako it quito wet, scrape chalk on it and lav it in the sun. Repeat if necessary. Ar."l'. Tribune. If you are young, plant trees; if you are about to exchange timo for eternity, plant trees; thoy will bo a more enduringmonument to your memory than the costly marble. Seed Time and Harvest. "Little boys' suits consists of threo pieces," says a fashion journal. After the boy has had the free run of a farm for about half a day the suit generally consists of about th'rcc hundred pieces. Soft Ginger Bread: One cup oi sugar and one cup of butter to be mixed together as the first ingredients. One cup of syrup, in which a spoonful of soda is dissolved. Three eggs beaten, one cup of milk, three cups' of flour, and four toaspoonf uls of ginger. Ar. Y. mersed in the acid and then touched to Hie crown of the weed, thus dnnosiihi.. a few drops on it. If the stick 'is cut ?, noto.h. or two at the cml it will hold thea id better. When done with, mo bottle is corked and kept for tho next operation. Another mode is to use a small spud, about an inch wide, with a covered neck on which to pry lightly in lifting up the roots and the weed is then drawn out with the left ban I. The handle may bo -- ,.,, .iuuiu iwu or inrce ieet ion"-- ; or it may be iron, like the handle "of a common The end which is fiiriist into the ground should be slight ' so v uiivl-u-, or niu a "owauow-tau- , as to grasp the weed, and it should of course be kept sharp. This work should be done early in tho season, be ore the pound settles and becomes hard, and it is most easily performed after a soaking rain. The weeds should not be allowed to go to seed, or there vill be endless trouble with them. When the weeds arc too thu-and abundant to deal with them singly, some English gardoners apply sand broadcast, which has been treated with sulphuric acid, by pouring the acid on dr snd. and haing stirred it well, it is sovied or sifted over the weeds on a dry day, care of eour-- c being taken not to come in ontact with it. Shallow rooted weeds are thus destroyed; while the law n grass, running deeper and brancirng under ground, soon springs miry Gentleman. up again. tt o havo frequent inquires for the TfrE prcrffJIonS fe!f ts fho enly a test way to eradi ate plauUina and mho belieres in doinz everything exdu weeds from lawns, without lively upon his own hook. II the sod. There are several wa vs. Unoof tho best is to use sulphuric acid t 3TDo it Yourself. With Diamond Dyes any Indy can Ret as sood results as the on the crown of tho weed. As this best practical dyer. Every dye warranted; powerful acid must not true to name and sample 10c at drugthe fin"-eror clothes, the bottle tou'h hold? which it gists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlingshould have a long, stiff wire handle ton, Vt for carrying it away from the person, to 1 e TViiat tho beheld by the left hand, while with the akipped the stitch Sew long I said when The Jud3t nght hand the end of a .stick is imer dfs-lurbit- ig .Il- l-s sewing-machin- m Glenn's Sulphur Soap Removes pimplos from tho faco of humanity. Hill's Hair nnd Whisker Dye, Wc tho ill " Tins is a susestion of spring-rat, as tba trap closed upon him. .i saloT . Fon a cold in tho head, thoro is nothing so good as Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. Oarsum might appropriately bo termed "Knichts of tho rowed." If affiictjKl irith ?oro Kyes, uso Dr. Ig.ii Thompson s Kye Water. Drusjtf sts eell it. 23c fire-shov- A YOUTHFUL EB1T0R. History or the Harden Strugglo of Ills Iir Or Deep Interest to all 1'rofcsilom. W. .RJE3TXT, Mass,, March 23, 133t Dr. Datid Kiined, Handout, .V. J?.-s.DEVLS'!L1,y " Ui ot fl"c'n. U!r of the Abi,".mateurj)arnaUof thlscr hMl)w it dlffrreat Ihnrs moot nnd apparently hope- Wt,h Smlt lth0nm- - When J nU body was .imoM entirely cot ercd toathswne craHton. It mostly paed away, with tbl after thotrnhtas period, aod he wai not hfcwerer, lerlously troubled wfit, U acala unrll about one year tne fcalt r.beum flrst appeared on his hand aso. when between hl iasm. then on his limb, then on his and head lqp one solid wm. His condition faco was terrible. The rwenbu-iry polontnE and wo SVl .fncIcJ '" mlcnt ,,e not so bad Kit i"!W,ro"Wf b.Bt th,? Pl'ilclan pronounced It c5.1V'eAi--f51.n,'""yeltort. without a preparation ajicrtfvdi, 2 le 5f lmjre-lo- n klr " madJabout aitaucu c..l.l water lolgut hiVi don. uu can nixLnum ihe ltuUon wba 1 mt wewrretadr.pAlr ot real hel? trom any At this point, thronsh tl r advice of Mr. W. iltr"a' w"?e daascliirr bwl t.ccn cured otJ Salt Th. as K. ' at thing last ! The .tin b--rj n to the right and onlr heal a? oncKind t dar,hl.'e.ldcn,of ' we oUeae haxe whollrdlsar-pcare- d How thankful are. Dear Doctor, I j mi to Imagine. .,urtf, X WTerrll street. J W BATCnELDER. The experience of yetn the tevimonr of thou- KKNNEDro bli UAVHmmr ICKMKT1 the m.i- clnc for organic and blood diseases ever discovered. Prepared olely by Dr David Kennedy, I'nydcUn anl burgeon, Rowfout. X. V. SSft."1 rai ""Jk dls ao ,'t !. Managing a Farm. La-- muscle-buildin- ment of the University of Kharkoff, Kus'a, has reoenth returned to his studies alter a somewhat protracted vacation. He left college twenty-on- e )ars ago, having heen permitted by' the Russian Government to "rusticate during that period for participation in a hazing scrape of somo magnitude, known to bistort as the Polish His present age is sixty years, and by the time he graduates is likelv to have reached that age which will ghe the community confidence in his I steadiness and respectability as a medi cal practit oner. insur-rect'on. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 1 I have been troubled wlih Eczema of the wor? form, the past two years. I hate coniulfed some of our be phyrtrians ho hae made this dleae a A man may nave a mousnnu acre specialty, but found no reltel until about one yearaso. farm, and have money enough from through the recommendation of a friend. I was persuade,! other sources to put the farm iu good wa liketoa try I'aplllon Skin Cure, the relief I received order, and Mock it with an abundance eho failed,cann foriteaie relief when every thine and now lam about well I think rspfHoa of cvcr class of the best stock, and Skin Cure one of the MeiMlng of the age. J. things may look grand. But does it Chicago. A. Ckawtokp. Tug Aseat. 23 S. Water St. Ills Aug t, jsjb. vy expenses, the interest on the money Cspt Crawford had been treated at the HotSprloM in it, and a good profit to the for his affliction. Je Informed us- - "1 wodld invcs'od riva owner? If not, it is not successfully man- - more for fifteen drops of PapJlioa Skin Cure, than fot tlie whole of the Hot bprlngs." a;eu. inc larm must not only look FapUkmbklaCurcls one of pleasant to the eye, but.il must pan out remedies for diseases of the slinthe most remarkaM and cutaneous systhe profits. To do this a man must tem. It Is the only remedy th.it has been found that wilt cure that annoy ing dlease. known aa the Pralria have practical knowledge of hi business cures the disease and great administrative taleut So our Mange, It burn or scald, In a few days. yor"a cut or bruise, notlilngissoqulclcto ttopthq friend was sj.f in saving that a man bleeding, remove inflainmatloa and reticle the pain It wilt cure a Tslon, Cakdi ncie. Boil, who can successfully manage a rmFir, RAsn. for farm is qualified for an of- retoedjand the Wind, Weedins or Itching PitiH. this Is most poslth e cure ever dbtcovetfcd. A fice. Iowa male JlerLtfer. rawsoreornlcerbandagedwith Tapiaon Skin Cure will be relieved of pain and commence to heal at once, A student in the mudiaul depart- isold by all druists. thou-sand-ac;o legislator wlio has large experience and of practical life great comprehutu-oin speaKing oi me quauucaiions ot a certain man for office, he said the can didate had demonstrated his oualifica tions for any position. He had man aged successfully a thoiisan acre farm. i i wnicu ine ronsuiereu rcquireu more and practical qualifications than ancd it did to discharge the duties of Gov ernor or any other office in the State, t week in conversation with a rd a..fi.t ,1 1 PAPILLON 20 Years! FOR TWENTY YEARS. I suffered f rum a Cancer on my Potash set Slereury Mixtures ted myarms and the npper part of iuy body My general health was Broken down, and toy life , is despaired of. S.S.8. cured mo fund an I wril Th's new lease of life is gave to ne can not be niessurcd by any monetary I owe of my family to J5Rr. Specific-my life and I h Swift's W. It nOBlsON. IlavUbsro, Ga. -' "FortwBt j. ara neck. 1'strnt -- A CANCER lltthcucot m new-mil- Jacobs Oil sore-throa- Company Shopi. Mr. M. M. Shoffnor, Postmaster and Jus-te- n of th Ponert, Company Shops, o Co., X C, writes, ho has used St Ala-taaac- ankles and knees, pains in the back and t. One or two applications in each case has always curod, and ho believes the Great German Remedy Is the best in tho world. As long as I can get it," he adds, " I nover inton to be with- for rhoumntism, cuts, svellcd HOPES TO DC CURED. "Mr nrOOks. neiir Athanv. w hnneW.1v affllefeff whh Cancer It bad eaten ttiron;h his nose Into his inouth and throat Tbt- - time of his death was on 'y a questloBof a very short ttrae lie prayol for death, nts suffering was so S.S s has had a wonder-feffect on him. Ills Improvement Is so great we all fsel sure of his betas? prrfi cUv cured in timethat VT. 1L fULItf RT. Albany. Ga. toOnrTreatlouI!lxxlndaw.lnwa,c,Bulue.f, applicanla SWIFT SPECIFIC TO .Drawers, Ailsnia, Ga. K. V OSce. 159 W 3Sd St ; Philadelphia OOce. MM Chestnut M. Hl . . LYDIA VEGETABLE E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUND out it" "Five thousand molecules can sit on the point of n pin." Herein the molecule differs materially from rain. com-fortAbl- AJni& it claims A'om'Jtotcn Herald. table-furnishin- g, o Jonx A. SstiTn, tho Iarrst merchant in Gainesville, Ga., says: suffered for years from tho combined effects of Erysipelas and Eczema. I continued to prow worso under medical treatment and by taking medicino containing Potash. S. S. S. cured mo thorouRhly and absolutely. My appetite, strength and flesh returned as I was cured wltn it." "I and th' rrllrf of latin, and fAaf it does all to do, thouundt oladnt cau plactty tntift. It will enre entirely sll Ornrisn troubles, Inflamms-tionaa- d Falbptr and DjarUremrnts, and Weakness, and Is part" ukirly oneiia-f- tt Ch3- - of Life. It removes Taintnesa TTatulenrT cralrff far s'isial rlteTe Wrskne r the fctoniaeh. It cirea Headaches. Nervous Prostration, General Ieoilitv s Dia,a. Depression and Indl Tv feellneof Narlnir down, ctuslnv? paw, ami backache i.alw-- v permanently cured by Its use. d si smn toLvnn Mas, forpamph'et letters of Inquire eonflrlenliallr answere ! Formleat dtgQtt. iUiiv TTs siiu utiiiiiwj," jfr 'i'iUDal!,iIUrIosaffrw. rrlft Irgittmtite kenhng of purpot- - is fotelj for IU sdapt-ettotbe All tlioso painful Complaints and Weaknesses so Corarfion " to our best is ArosmvE ccrefor m, a-- T Old-Ti- re 1 dires-tion- s TVhero It As anxious inquirer asVs: bathinj?" In the best place for dear friend. tba The Best Tor Itntter. There is but ona best color for butter, and that that is Wells, Richardson & Co.'s Improved Butter Color, no candid investigator doubts- - It is tho host batter color in the world; is freo from sediment or ready for.instant use, and it imparts to butter that rich dandelion yellow, without a tinge of red, which is tho acme of desirability in any butter color. salt-wat- er salt-wate- r, US.STWIBAfiD.S JONES OF BaGHAMTOr- 5 TON WAGON SCALES. Tn Eetsm &H4 waai sex. JONES ) ta(ret(3t tcr Ites Tile Lilt toastiaa tfcls paper and ttifcMjflStS0rBllr!HAatT3t, sl BlBfhsntao, Pi. as g, Madamk," said a gentleman, offevinjj a rosa to a lady, "allow mo to present you to ona of your sistors." 4 round-shouldere- d - sit One of the strongest proofs of tho value as a remedy for nil disof Kidney-Wo- rt eases of the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, is tho fact that it is used nnd procribd by "rezular" Dhvsicians. Thilin C. Ballon. M. D., of Monkton, Vt., says: "Take it all in all, it is the most successful remedy 1 havo ever used." - Regulars. hynipt aus Moisture, lntenst iicninp. nios- - ai nifrm m ttmS&imv) 'SWAitiE'SQIHTMFNT sure cute. "M KOI ItV FFFIC A Illl'S In I UTS'G ALt. It ritnplc. Blotches, Rash. S22.US.VLrS. Ts?cr. Itch. Halt Khcutn. no or long standing. ter I70HIN0 PILES. DISEASES sw;T&:: ra.fculdbyDruEita. Nr.jfri-ia- l C3.S EWTaiTtWH Taste roo i. WHUt All USE FAIIS. Use in time, tsildbydrurri.it. s. g! Cas yon speak of a young lady ns bstnz brow beaten when she haherhair banged! Burlington Free Press. Mast ladies who for years had scarcely ever enjoyea the luxury of feeline well have been so renovated by tho use of Lydia Pinkham's Vegotable Compound that they have triumphed over the ills flesh is said to be heir to, and life has been crowned with added charms and fresber bea-ty. old-tim- por-ceh- ed - ".Vsinted to seUthfa Lives of Itlalne an4 kdEM the J.' Jiidaith. LL. n . ttrlnent historian. Send SO eta fnrrnmnlere Atrenfa- - OnHlt. O O.N" EN ICO S. St CO., publishers, Cuccivxatz, Cut aoo,itST.tocis. gAQLIilO BUS PI, .oir-i- t)V : muscle-formin- g jK.pm nortspuj, "IvntKTv lr.-lopIt is ss,i t s i- - jrii!tt,"snvsn phib t . EirieaWn I i THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." engines, TORFQHFR sawxills, CloTerlalltia V.rlleforS-rxt:Kinas.Pm- i njerj j,0,s& y .ink Ilia so few gjniu . miM.i (Suited t all seetions. : taxitu iMAmmiii ST. jujiv. a. uamucjy. VEGETABLE Owrctiox is made in New Yrk to lrowiiin.. st,-dojs for fear o many sunk-bark mav obstruct nnvi;a ion. m imm W BEBXAED PILLS.' The mouth of thoAmnzou River in South America is one hundred miles Mide. Sow see the minstrel turn green witJ envy. Yonkers Statesman. oiul-man IStBernard Fill Makers, 83tlercer DL.KtwYork. - t Tipifc The Uot Core for Liver and M Unions romnlamts. Costlreuess. JJs sueiiaisu Price. SSSr. llciidathcand bv niad Suranles free. st Ducr1 t or "'"triim Cauiiju.YM. e' taste tor a young phvdcian when writinz to-paHeruio sign himself, "Yours till death, 'iromerville Journal. ou.g Physician Xo, it is not good 3ar..tTt.itn e'wrx,ntfiara a. mues, WEtn? m d hard-worke- book-keep- er o n-nn- t,-.- ..n - "" "Y does Diana get more beaus than U" osJcd the eUor sister. "I can't know, unless it i she is a little archer," said niflmma, with a quiver of her lips. i iit aro trees ainougthe productions of the globr? Because tbov always leave in time, and never leavo without a bough. best-manner- ..i d, m sin-gl- o Daughter of tho lmuo (to gentleman uiih whom she bus been flirting ties perate-lytli- c whole evening, in a whisper on his taking leave) Tuesday I shall te Ktbtniotht) whole afternoon!" Visitor "So shall 1". Jtftntn Strut. CHlnji. Slit 601 Wasonfccale.840t .fceEdforPreeUsi t Wlasit Wares ente.o.rtsnywbcr.Trbo1a fret. ftoodifftia sslei KctstL Price-lis- t157 tVabash ar,Oiiic teed. I1.UStkihi, s Washed. best "MOnTir. lasajDlcFJlA'A T'ncarttil $250 Address JAY slmh world. Drrnorr. JIicb. BKOSSON, Trices for small collection' of Empty Particulars fre J .Durham Toburra Jf Thompson Hro., 257 Main UU, Clnelantttt.Os ACCENTS WANTED. Pure to sell; pood pay: best Ul Sou'K "litilaDme-tlve- .' CHICAGO SCALE CO. mm As-nt- s. fre. J .KJlrraoLDS. t t.lf- esboro,Mas "ex I three-poun- d hard-boile- DeuMosico said : Verv es people nn- aers'iimi how to cook water." We should thlUK the hit. ti nv nnnlil tva In tail it. Still borno people may prefer it roasted or "1 j.,11'8 Purely a matter of taste. Fhd-idtlph- Xesvark. HeY Jersey. Positions ya!lonlpatrona?e. 'Writ forc-sdimt- r - Scholarship tn the r ATr. for aBl's.l5tSs. COLLEGE, lOMJtlS Circulars. EDUCATIONAL. for tXMjaffiX PALMS. YALE UW SCHOOL. TrafoMon, Instructor IIuvco, M. Call. to-day- half-ounc- e; s, u.tu-uuuic- one-ha- lf iX boy vras given a carpenter's rnlo and tola to go measure tho width of a window. Returning, he reported as follows: " It's just as wide ns tho length of the rule and my two thumbs and a brick-ba- t A dvll ToTilorm (ftmrnMl'r'l R'tiiiMTlS - l5Mh . - i,-s.ss address iKAAtlf ,VA If isla Collect. '" ..-- e AjAVJU, TorcircuUf Corns. .; MUSICAL COLLEGE. All InstraaenU DU V ZIEfiFELD, PatatDE-rr- : and Voice taught Ur the mow skillful Instructors. FanTermopensSeptember8tn.lt. Seat! for Catalogue- CHICAGO put together." CENTKAI. MUSIC UALL-- v.i'l 1 Tnic. dressmaker recommended that a jhirring be put upon soma part of Dot's newdres,. .Mamma," said Dot, "what is a shirring" Well, my child, a isis a gathering." "Ob, yes, mamma; I had akhirrimr in mv ear last shir-rini: WHEI A. N. K. E. WHITIJfG JS. 988 vinter." " Will lestM sajrjsB aw Lb tvtsrlUaauU ta T ABTKKTIJ.K.&4 fe- - I it BAt uSStWk &kmt&3AZ?Z&3S3sfi?F2&aim.- &. "&.J3&te.- -- JfaiiiigMl - - jy j i 1 irfirftndfaTWi riti.OCAL NEWS. West Tennessee for the pnjposo Ion, ttn d Aries, Franco, fr"i tho ' a into. Ik.' I,res to find the Heiitspnerielernalln I'.i elinmaa breast of reclaiming from the disastrous cholera pin rue, is viieri.-HMmf 1..T Ponmlnum-- s r'Jlaiivr ir, bat aliayi to be bint. KA Jt.il J.2 Ai J 2f4 effects of the overflown of tho horrible. Iuj touihi ig u.-i- ! M !.ti.J5 il M oi the powor- Dog days end tlio lltli of Au- Mississippi a jrhastl-river aud Eeelfoot lake lions of the we' d in! i it- - ic i r'j) !'cr. All papers gust; thousands of acres of the finot iHiriKts at uilu by puW, l.i'ig the f, lowing will be Paducah 1ms rejected watcr-- t bottom lands in the Mississippi!0 trenches into which thousands entitled to "her grati1 WO rks by si vote of G3G to GOI. vhllcy. It is proposed to open tl!p VO? victims arc karriodlj interred, tKdC: s brings to mind the L, .. . II. Mauley left his homo in Yu can gnVc 25 per cent tm price, and natural drains of the lake bv f0 iwr cpl ib quality br lU7inK FUltNr moving the obstructions, and tl.bl pictures of ttid yellow fm tv epi- Vi'.ixni county, Mo., two years " TUKEat couHtruction or levees alOHf rhf demic of 1S73 iu Ai.iorie.t. O.ie aro, s.'c when he h3 not beoti . E.T.GAUDNER'S. borders of the lako and streams. tluug appears eortala, Lowu-.tr- , heard fiCi.t. He had with him his Scnat'oV 6. M. Yaun is dan- If tlic project is successful thous- ami that is that towns and chico, tlnve joungsrfns and left for tho gerously stcfo at his home hi Hiek- - ands of acres of al liable ?,!,- - can measurably protect eitizons purpose of working on tho Gulf and farming lands in Obion, Lnicc from cholera epidemics by strict lload between Memphis and W.tn's atb ll11 thc lht of'September, we will sell thc remainder of itran County and l)er counties, now liable tn cleauliness of person, premises wpi i.igficld. Any information con- uiu winng and Bummer Stock regj irdless or its value. Fulton county Fanners have overflow, will be on the JWJglvoon hand, at present, full lines of all classes of Summer Goods, market, and streets, l'his being in the cerning him will bo thankfully lout, aud are yet losing, a great and add greatly to tho wealth of power of communities, it looks by Mary Manloy, Iaris anu ai?:the Fall Reason i millv mmitinfthinaf!iso Hnnrls limit be 20ld. . many hogs from cholera-these counties. Tho enterprise like none should bo so careless to Springs, Lawrence county, Mo. to niak room for our JT ' Newbern, West Teiinussce, has been chartered uudor the admit this terrible scourage. Reports sent to tho Indepenlias.a femalo prohibition clnu num- name aud stylo of tho "Keel foot Attention ttamttrfftfs. Outlet, Di'ainago and Lcvco dent Republican Committee show " bering eighty persons. Tlio incorporators are J. Pursuant to a resolution of tho that the moement is Sure cure for CORN, Ilensdn Jingle O. Harris, J. S. Goats, Jt V. Tip- Democratic Stato Central Com- growing. 'Corn liaVve, Wo. at It evens threatens to I vrMf prices at which we will rtII thnsr Hontls will make them move mittee, the Democrats of Fulton deofoy tho Ik'publicau hopo of ton, I). L. Tipton and YV. II. FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE rvjH'Uy, and parties desirous of securing some of these Uargains should county are earnestly requcbtcd to carrying Kausa3. The reported caso of cholera ealltiirly to avoid being disappointed. meet in Mass Convention at the The constituents of tho Hon. 'on the Annie P. Silver, last week, court house in Hickman, on Satrrof. Lockridge, turns out not to be cholera at all. Stato Geologist, KpntAssistant urday, August 10th, at 2 o'clock, Rico Fierce are well pleased with $& if several p. && M., to ratify tho nomination of his record in Congress, and tho Our fanners are lamenting too days in Hickuiau, this week, preDresden T.ra believes he will bo much rain. Somo wheat is dama- paring specimens of Fulton coun- Cleveland Hendricks and to sein No- - We are actually tAuaghtcrlng Shits of scaEonablo goods, can be hud a now ging, au'd corn ovcrshodts itself. ty soil, clays, gravel, &c, for exhi- lect members County Committee. endorsed for ember. Tho purchiucr'g oirn price. of tho Democratic (jilArnlitecxI. bition at tho great Southern Dclle P.oyd, who held a com mis- s& " ,ulK uuiuiiuincii to lnnaua t LotiisviUe. It would County Committee are requested I.af arre'a sure euro for Neuralgia, fte. on the samo day Iri 75e per bottle, samples free, no cure bo well, also, for thio county to to meet Court Clerk's officeat the sion in tho Confederate army naCounty at 10 iler Stonewall Jackson, is now the o pay, at havo mi exhibit df our (liffereut oksloek, A. n., promptly. FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. vife of Col. John ti. il.u.unond, kinds of timber, cntili kiti1 of ng-who lics in Dallas, Texas. J. R. Luten, Tho Ohio river is lower r.t.ricultural products, &e The State CJir'n Fulton Co. Dent. Com. prosont than it has been during pays tho freight on all sue cV.iib- The Xatioi.al Lf.bo? Co:i:mlMre. offflir mfirc stock, and nofhine will be Fnored from the iron oral butch at i:i ten yearaat thosainejita .to and from the Exposition at Chicago, hah def i rsBr D.m'i tako our words lor it but come and see for yourselves, and rorHoual .. bargain.) before it is too late. i;.. Ma.. tiate--. but tliceds ui piopamuuii.tf'us I MksIraY. Mayte, dnngliter of J. W. uiiueu not to call a convcnUou fc snsnV .. unthe conutvoritnlivitl Jrays, Esq., who hna been visiting rela- thc nomination of a Procidentia fLtBM. Tho ice crCam dealers of Ilick- - be borno bycounty no uals. Tho has Texas, bihi arc harvostmg the glittering steps in that direction,taikSi we tives inhome. for several months, has rw ticket. L$X DEIiS IN LA TE STYLES, AND MA1CERS OF LOW PRICES. tnrnted Shekels, crowds nightly thronging presume individuals will Gon. McClcllr.n is President of as- irrt. Geo. Warren, who has been seeking these favorito rcBorts. siime tho expense. health on the Cumberland mountains, this a ranch company in Grant county, --Jfr. K. JI Ilammerly, has New Mexico, owning 16,000 head iia.i" Buuiuier, returned home yesterday. STcvcr tiivo TJJ? of cattle and 1,500,C00 acres of to ttJmovc his plaining mill Mrs. wife Mr. Holly from Jackson. Tonn., to Fulton, If yon aro suffering with loff&nd de- Turner, Charlie Turner, home ofafter reveral laud. has returned . general de- wecig vwit to MadiwiiTillo, Ky. MLs fcays the Fulton Fultonian-pressed ppiriu, lo"3 of nppctile, o A $10,000 bill is tbo largest debility, disordered blood, Weak constitution, Turner will reiniia fn Madieoaville nomination of greenbacks issued Tho morchants bf Hickman Headache, or any diseaso of a uUioim na several weeks. by the Government. They aro of have Ullifod to liavcr I'.le stroetR lure, br all means Drociiro a bottle of Elcc- - Miea Mary Lawaon, tho beautiful daughe a greenish tint with black letters. ric Bitters. You will be Bttrpriscd tofea "BprinTilcd. Frank Thompson has ter of Mr. Win. Iiwson, left (net week for thc thm contract, and will do it well, thlf J .New Orleans Picayune: strength Winchester, Tcnn., where she will spend 'yon mil to in?piretl with new If tki tgT1niri nnd activity will return; pain end misery some weeks iwth her relative Col. Wm thero is anything mwsiug look in A Kfr Supply. will n"j(ioe Slatter. Blaise's lcucr for it. Menlkbl, ''the JnptifM) Ilcsdrfebo ami will cease, and henceforth you in thc praise of Hitters Sold at dc-ci.'.i- Suys tho Nashville Vdld-company has .been organised hi A The EgsgaaciagFijaBgj.iKi.jnuLrJj"vr u jtaaccaoa: The tljlcrn t'.nge. VI Iific Is Etui, scenes at Manelles, Tou- - From the BoliTur Umld. j t i: 3Znu:s7 . 5 f ' tsBA. Vi vv ij su- m r n vFiri n " W w fesa Hiiil r m " - f . , , r. u'-tit'i- - &s '1 HP rWIPWIR - IN rn Mjrjij t3 9 -- -- dom-pany.- Owing to ourjpccled removal fro hi our present location, September 1st, 1SS-1- , we wiljpfrom July 1st, make a anti-Dlaiu- o Au-derso- n. c3 f fii-'" t&t 3 S ct ? T 3P I r i al-mo- snt Ex-nositi- in the price ofjall our line of goods, and especially will we offer our Clothing at prices never before offered in Hickman. We have quite an extensive stockand to save expense of moving, will offer special inducements. Therefor you will find it to your interest to call and sco u9. Our gowlswcrebbuglit for the lowest cash prices aliu will be sold at very clone figures. ;iWje can and will cut under any prices of any competition. Do not take oujpord for it, but come and sec for yourself. SBSii CLEAN SWEEP ; f PLA U T B BOS. & O0im - ttw-pn- - 4. JZ C - - , Who made the Low -- - - Fnces? xox- do-tide- d iffl W aM fried ad WIS announce to our of all kinds of immense stock ing to of Utiv. Uio n n II An-m- j We eon show all styles o f pnblie generally, that wc have jurt FumHare. ami solicit lie trade of nartiea wih- Furailuro in tilain and fancv. Also, u fino line ' I M'ss Slay Underwood, an attractive Just received, a fine selection of Drtig Store young belle of Hickman, is visiting relaFORTUNE'S DRUU STORE German Ambor Wheat. tives in Paducah. Hor many friends will "W'c propose to make our priccr.to suit tho spirit of tbo times. You can rst af?urcsi Tho probabilities arc that regret her leaving as she will be absent un 75 Basil ols to tho Aere, no 8nye ft Xnu Tho ladies of Moscow spread you noeii never leave our house to look for eAcejwr coods. Wc prOlH)eC tO ECU Ob Uns Li on the til the 1st. of September. hg.h farmer. fe (lit n r next Monday, election there will bo no work dotio any retail Furniture store in the ''Purchase. dayj for tho bencilt of the church Hickman harbor this season. Chief Very respectfully, Mrs. C. L. Handle awl children, who Editor 'Journal of Ayriemlturt : ALSO T It B Engineer Knight says that the have been visiting in Middle TeniieMee, re t tltil place. Tlte German Amber wheat I bought of Mississippi appropriation this year turned yosterday. yon last season bids fair to be thc leading Platlt'e xlvertieinent s insufficient "to tho proper proseCS5.oro rooms in new Odd Fellows building. Misa Lula Montgomory one of niokmaa'5 wheat in this part of Kansas. 1st. It does better on new broke ground. 2TAH kinds of Repairing done on short notice, and in a workmanlike eiylc 'Aldo T. P. Fortune jItw his pergonal tttai- - cution and preservation of work nrcttiost young misses, accompanied her 2nd. It grown taller than Goods of all grades in my line Cell and Examine, l'nices Low. Will nt U we aro prepared to give special inducements as ti i filling all prcbcrlptions intruded to already commenced, and that there friend Miaa Laura Briggs, ohe of Wood riety, consequently there is any other vano necessity old Vis Isug M.r. will bo no mftuisto commence new land's sweetest Bolles, home Saturday. for parties who own self binders to be to the UXDEKTAKKRS GOODS Brer brought to I aUo have the llnewt line of wrork. Hickman, howovor, will be erpouso of buying headers, us many have Hid r UutwmieM pomeiy serve 00 nnori nouce. ca 3G0J represented before tholfivor Com- 5IAUU1XD, I D; SaJmo" Eiait. to do. s NO COMPKTI HON. AS MY GOOUd OU lSlU'E ALL OTHERS. TIIE1H viiBiiuiH oi wiiuai un io'i acres oi mission which sits in Sow York In Hickman. Thurwlav, eveainc Jnlv Sid. It will do to sow later than any lit HlTSBSi LAST WHEN K1YAUS F AWAY. land, snyn our correspondent. this w'(?ek for tho purposo of al- 81st., by the IWst. J. W. Waters, Mr. II. S' other variety, giving farmers ample lime to conu-from llaul lire's. R Co., umkr the Iew tr forget the plarc, on thc -. Murretl to Mias Klla Hardinj "NVho has Uouo better! their fall plowing. elsewliere. lotting the appropriation between The worthy bridegreem is the popular do My neighbor. I. Gordon, sowed one bush- - CI ' HALL Give ssa call Mure buyiHgihiiur iu mr houae that is kept in a urst ciaes fY u can depend upoti linJing any the different points. el of German Amber wheat oa land broke ' Tito indications aro thai thero and much respected County Judge of thu ITNITUP.ESXUKE. county, and the bride a Hickman young last year. I am eatiafiod he will harvest will bo a very light vote polled At the last adjustnidnt of lady justly bulovod because of her many therefrom 75 butkcU. lioxt Monday in this county. Ono C. Mteks. postmaster's salaries, which was excellent qualities of head and heart. They Isoldom hears the election disMePber-joTo., Kan , June 2Gth. are each worthy in the love of one to tiiu WJ?made on tho 1st init.,tho aftluiien other, cussed. bright promise of everYthing of tho postmasters at tlio following that is and the nud prosperous attends their Editor Journal of Agriculture : happy Let home Democrats divide if 100 laccs were increased I sowtd the German Amber wheat Dro aiarriago, ana we sincerely trust mat they will on local matters, butlct'c each: Fulton, (leorgtftown,Heaven's blessings may couttuut. to crown ci.rcd from on th l'Jta of September, ' nil unite and get some good lens-bcr.vul. 1 hat powed Louisville, Mayfiwl td their days through a long, useful and suc- ii ri h MIv ari tl e gre'i.id '.fllce and drilled i.i 1 bushel.i j to make some Cleveland ami Stanford. Tlic :Uarie of $lte cessful life. will ;ir bushels Hendricks speeches. postmasters at the following ph- - In fhiff county, on Wednesday evening 50 icre. I Lave two .icre1? that of ryemake to the acre, clean and July 3ith, at the reridence of the bride V vxeJ Fifty Canadian nnvpnm$r afo cs were decrcasets 9iw it ht.inlj4 !".: high hsu itifT 1) Hutch-is- o adopted p. rents, Ur.aad ilr.t. W. b'ornilo-'nj'traw, stool the winter in favor of renouilcidg allegiance lardstoTv,i. Uowlin Cireea, d, by Elter Oupont, M. Word Harper t'Ctter ih:'.n otl.er wh-- at and lias no rust. Ifinu halo, EiixahethtoAii, to tlnj mother country, winch iiocji3 ma nrjM nSN'ri.v eslaroed, and H'ua Uixie Gore. refurnished It rtands aheiJ nt ?U heat ii this neiffh i tl.orj lsh'.v r.vKWiiol. Conveneat to river and railroad, and attentive incans linnl annexation to the Ifni (Jlaso.iw, Hiekiaan, 11 iu. May their pathway through life le iirhod lliia year. I t'link it is a " strewn with bright tl wers, aoj thtir tiuw jjr.iin than Michigan Amler. I hae botn Watts) kept and. altogether one of the best appointed hotola in this section i Keiir.boro, Pari.;, liuosohQjgj: GO happy hearts ever be fnll of love, pleasure ex pert naenffnir on wheat, farsTawa 35, 1. ffEJSXESfc, Vq will sclfour stock of Spring and Summer Goo'clfor thc next rffeBrick Foir.Proy is to BlaVt a and suoeesp, and a ripe old age blcm ao the Clawsun, Fultz and others, but conaidar ... days at a "new camp.-.igDembci'iitic weekly now nchooi l.iwifcf Ken-luck- honorable and worthy life. thc German Amber the bost-, f In 2sfcw Ytirk t'lt-- this mouth, un- provide thtt nil tc.thors Jorm Mabtin. On July 21th, Charley Webb and Mrs . a. i ,m. Platte Co., Wo., June 23. y re Maggie Prince. tier the title ui "uir.ieu Mati'R or common schools shall As I control all nf this Winter seed wheat Dem'ocrat." One of the subject, examined COtOBBL. that was propagated by me, I will toll it tab MANUFACTURERS OF - TilA wrrlr rirwti lAmmnnnil and a very important owe is that On Jtrly 80th, Allen Ileoobcy a&d Ccrit-d- a eeanon an follows: iu order to make room for a large stock of Thc Stato Koard 1 Peck, securely sealed Tuesday on the Tvicr new brick Brown. ..3 100 (2S3&- reoonuy aaopi1 Hush, sacked, securely scaled ... 8 00 tn. i.rtrtifl rt.. i. it.,! of i'jdncjiti.m h: CC. 9 ri TIxKV9P1.1 f'J i tin . m wi od tho Electid I'hysiology, pub... 8 60 fcomhe, FethO mid Witting buildCOUNCIL Neuralgii urc " Price 2.rc, nl , Electric fifty cento a btittb at Fortune's -- ABY GrGI itak &t tr$ Hd AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. 1 T.F. WILBUJRNa&CO. J .Tr' "; Ocntractors and Builders of Houses. , llE r pj-o-i- 4 a Respectfully, - C3rj3.JL3i.,rJi2JnL? ES. - ISeu-derso- n, at r I -- ! , mousses?, kewtucky. refitted, - bc-tt- vcti-jsiaw- Froprlcior. n he y 'tiifrif .IT!... i. ERTWECK, BALTZER & CO, BMBW B;.rEIO: . ir'u I ings , is progressing woll. "Tho clovcr-lca- f sett" wcro most royally entertained by iir. Wo Qioreijuestod toaunonnce nml MrS. Fv Hellner, .Monday evon-!n- that Mr Thomas V. Wallace is a in hondf of their sdu, Mr. candidate for tho office of Qity iJphn irelhior, of Knoxville,Tonn. Marshal at tho election next Mondisparaging Grand Democratic barbecue day. Without bo candidates, any we others who may iit James' JJaydu; Thurdaj, Atlgust say of Hickman deif tho people 14th. Everybody invitod to attend; Tho candidaten will bo pres-feu- t sire a good oGicer, here is an- opportunity. ana speak on tho political is- tlio position,Ho has experience in and wo learn always sue s of th'O day, made an excellent officer. r. Cb vgill hfis removed from Tl'o TetepUouo 5it:o. his eity to his old homo in Hick-inn- . DnFinghis rosidenco hero L. D. Cardwell, of Union City, ho Doctor made many friends was in tho town this week in tho Vhp will bo pleased to nieot him intcroBt of a tclcnhouo lino be wgaiii. tween this place and Union City. Paducah Nows. to the enOur people Thus far both tho yellow fo-- terprise to contributed of the amount and cholera rumors from the lower Mississippi havo turned out Wo aro pleased to noto that our peoplo to bo liiaggcratidns. But the to sucharo so ready to contribute enterprises. May they health authdVitis havd given dvi-ttc- o successful. Tipton villo Star. bo of their vigilauiid. 3Cr- - WnuDiostolbrinkls bitild-in- g ., Dr. Warrick Covrjjill is on a a now business liouso in East visit to Hickman aud does not n Hickmamat his old stand. Our bore to locate as announced bid has won doservcd.suc-ces- s in Paducah Standard Ho goe and prosperity, and long may to Now York to tako a course in specialties, and then locates iu coatindo with him. it g, r-Dro-turft-idi- lished by Van Ailtr.'erh, Bragg Co., of Cincinnati. & PROCEEDINGS 31 & ii i 10 20 IIickmax, Ky , July 29, 1SS4. Council met. Present Mayor McCutch Beefcman, Moore, en, Councilmen Hfimage, Shaw, French and Witting. The minutes of the last meeting were read, approved and signed. ELHOTfOK ii u ii ii ii ... 13 00 ... 2600 ... 46 00 ca slII eciss.c. &WZ& . - ... . -- g MMWJ&t ir-l'- PIHLC1IEW, Publisher, Journal of Agriculture, 713 Chestnu; St , St. Louis, Mo. 2,4U aiThin. OFFHJKa On motion Mcthcny were G- - 'AM experience shows that Paducah. X. Crtfat Discovery. tyssuantiuo regulations cannot be tUponrted upon to arrest tho ad- - Mr. Wm. Thomas, df Newton, la., savs.vanco of cholera. Tho onlv reha 'My wile lms been seriously afl'ecfed with a 4le bafeKUard aKainst tho diseaso ' cough for twentyfiyo years, and this ppUtS Is olenlinessof personand premi- - judges and G. "vT. per pair. Stublefiold slierilT of the August election. Ladies Slioea at 60c, to $1.00. original coetS1.25to$256. Aocouirrs allowkd. Mens Shoes 50c to $1, not one half their Tlic following accounts were presented, properly approved, and on motion were al- cost. Men's and Boy Boots, $2.00 to $850, lowed; $4.50 and (4.00 pet pair; this is a swseping reStreet pay roll, duction in this line and it wont last long National Pump Company, J. AM BERG'S SONS. Cemetery Lumber, ?25.30 National Pump Company, 5100.00 on account, City Lumbar, Toneher Wnntcd. . W. L Gardner, assignee WalA competent male teacher, middle-agelace and Thompson, repair city Hall 21.10 man preferred, in school district No. 11 On motion ordered that the City Marshall Apply to F. M. BACON, notify Mrs. Mary Judge, guardian Barry July 81, 1884. Hickman, Ky. heirs" to remove tho stable out of ths street street, East at the corner of third and Election Notice. Hickman, within 15 days, failing to do so, At the oneneing August Election a p$ll the Marshall will do so at her expense. On motion ordered that the City Treasur- will be opened at each of the voting pre- V The old, popular and er pay S300 00 funded debt coupons held cincts in Fulton County, Kentucky, f0r the purpose of voting for or against the New by It. E. Millet. lload Law, in conformity with an act of On motion Council Adjourned. the Legislature. Also, in Precinct No. 6, for tho purpose R. B. MILLET, C. C. of electing Magistrate to fill thd vacariey tho residue of term, occasioned bv Prom a military order, publish- for death of Tho. theBradahaw. E. tho Has a splendid stock of Courier-JonnmapjMHRled d JI. We are now selling ch'ldren Shoes, at 35c, Wilburn and R M. to 76c, whleh cost us from SOe to SI 40 Now if vou" want good quality and low prices, this is a chance you hardly can 'afford to lose, as the bargains we offer cannot ba duplicated in anv market We have not the time or space to mention the various articles aud the low prices, but will promise that if you will call you will be satisfied that' we mean all we say. S S23J TrTei1 CSJ Hickmois, Kentucky. sim J. W. COWGlLIr DSALBB IN T.. . . i.i itumatajjumt"! Jvmitju-m.i- a ''iTi DjEUJGS, always reliabl6 Hardware house of PATENT trusses AND tA tho very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, .a?$!5aafii IStfjT-'al - MEDIC!N!ES! ;a.isrp TDILETWiGLES Miv$mz& :VSi? kkm P-A.ITST- fomii $$ 'ftzMA elartl.flalw Sfw .v vfek mvr&-- T 8 A.ixrX5 ing urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, The- niembors of tllO StatO did bo, with most gratifying results. The and ' wlievcd hftanls XF TTrinlMi Trill tiiopr iii firet second bottle has hor very much, hdr. absolutely cured the Wfc8hllitoilOlty,Altfj8t7,tocon- - She has not had so good health for thirty rer-- 'is to the host methods ofiJCars." Me4tiujr Alid mastorlup cholera, I Trial Bottles Free at Fortune's Drug fritiKevihitdf its knneafanco in: store. Large&izci.uu. - JSl. h United States. Mr. II. k' littlti girls and boys arc expecting fcn evening for their special and toxdasive edtertaiumoiit. Tfce City Council of Union tXtj ordered an election to ascor-Uithe voters within th cerporato limits desire to sustain system of public schools there. The present rate to bo voted upon U ontJ dollar on the poll and fifteen cents on tho $100 tfortli of realty within tho city limits. At Bardwoll, Ballard county, fcy., on the 34th uit., a ntail named Hayden, was killed by his father-in-laTyril. A pistol shot through the head accomplished tho deed. Haydea is said to havo abused his Urift "i aiost. sliawefully and updu Wkg reprimanded by hor father fc qatirrel ensued, resulting as afetfv. ni or cream festivals and dancing gihiee, pn court houso hill. Tlio &f bf caterers, continues his series J. Atwood, thd jirhico k In St. Louis, strict brings SGcto 87c, and ninrkot stiff. Tho samo grade in Hickman will bring 7oc. Tho average brought to this inarkot is bringing 70 to 72c. ArruES. There is a depression roported in the Chicago fruit market. Hickman buyers, however, will still pay $2 a barrel for good sizo, ripe apples well put up in n6w barrels; and from 51 to in orchard. "WnEAT. H"o. 2 wheat $1-2- 5 A S 1,000 J. e 'lrontlnilnca!t. 2D-- This . nll fall on Panics & Hoyer, con- - t)C iaitotion to attend the iho builders' risk ounmn rmminM p ftr.nm.f,iP. tho house was $3,000. ates at Dallas, Texas J ociocic tlio luiuuisnou ing at dwelling house of Jlr.f Levy was set on uro anu completely no - juonuay. stroyed. Loss over &L000 which( Paducah, iJuly morn- - ny commanders. in the city of Hickman, on Monday, tbf, "t (lav of AuZHSt 1S8-1- to olw.t a MnrahrfSt.T' Sam Houston, tho sou of tho the citvof Hickman. Vf ,pnd that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to famous pioneer, writes from Tyler, jij unicfui mo uifcv iiounou.. juiv iuiui u be esaotly as represented. . r? Texas, to Crano. the author of a 1884. K.B. Millet, a C. rocont rather highly Oolorod work on Houston, that ho aud his brothTor Itent. ers and sisters approve of the worlf. Thc Plaut Bros. & Co. buildinjj is to bo and thoroughly renovated and Sunset Cox insists that Tamma- will be for rent from the 1strepaired, of January, ny will wheel into lino at the prop- 1885. For terras. &c., address Experienced workmen employed. , The beat roof for the least money. II. C. BUCK, er timo and come valiantly to the Harris Station, Tenn. The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give "spesnpportof Cleveland. Givo thorn cial inducements. Correspondence solicited. timo to gqt over their sulke and HI Froo Bolirory. they may do bdtter. Mr. J. W. Kogers delivery wagon rnns B. BREVAED. The President will tfoep his daily, delivering goods, in any quantity, to ' hands from Blaino's business ; so any part of the city, free. Leave orders at will Grant; so will Conkling; so 8Wre, or with driver. J. VT. ROGERS. -will Bristow, and a thousand other men of fnniOj name, wealth aud inNotice jo Contractors. fluence. The undersigned committee of thc FnU Tho Presidential election falls ton County Court of Claims, to let by cop :.' on Kovomber 4 this year, as thc tract repairs of tho jail of said county, will proceed tho lowest and beat bidder month comes in on Saturday. The at publicto let tothe repairs of said jail, iUj outcry z t .T i law reqmroo il.. oiouuon t,o uo front of said jiil, on Saturday Aug. 2, 1S34, iub BBAtEK 5 - hold on tho TitOiday after tho first at 3 p. m. taking bond with approved bsj, . emanaed iu tho ting from Col. J. B. Castleman. wc noto that 10 members of the Stato Guard, in various localities, havo beon "dishonorably discharged," on recommendation of tho compal, This July 16th, 181. W. C. JOnNSON, Sheriff Fulton County. Lvliich are offered at Blcetlon Moilco An olectlon will be held at tho city B$J Jf ftT3? fj s."?-.ErswrAjrv.'T - . ZZ a? r.'atLrv J 3Ei m .irnR 3 ... il V. 3 A- - jSlPro6cription3 filled at any hour, day or night. P2 &C, &C., &0. SCOtSCUBBQP King night boll after 10 o'doc HMSON, aB LOWER and LOWER, hamn, s,idcB, &6- -' U1 not ba tho chcapcaU J cheap as JOHN ATITTINQ. undersold. AUkinds of Groceries R FULTON BANS THE OLD RELIABLE OH AS. A. -- DENTIST T rJ2IGKMANt OS- - FaiiTOS, KY. KENTUCKY, Capital, 50,000.00. AViahes to inform the public generally, that lie is tuny prepare! touo all kimiot ucnt-iatr- y. . ? . a , - forth-tmctor- s. Tho closest frionds of 5Ir. John The Globe Democrat thinks that thd Grccly expedition will not! Kolly assert that ho will declare bonofit anybody to the amount? of himself in favor of the election of seven eentsj JS i Glevoland and Heudivk. curity, conditiouod for a faithful perform " manse of the worV. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids. or tlio work can Plans anil be sceu at the office of Judge It. 8. Murrell, anu win ue exuioiieu at iae tune oi iciwus s said work. R. D. o. w. V. Discounts Paper and Loans Toey, Bays and Sells Exchange, on any Ppint"in the Parties wishing further informa- Uniteil States, Solicit Accounts of tie will plca3e call at my Office, first door People Generally. Collection and Tronijit tion, Hcmitfaiicc at Current IJaleof Exchange , west of Laclede UoiUe. A. T. MITCHELL-- Cashier? Umi tmm issm B?fe and s iiiweii, O U ND y. TAT! COLLEGE of KENTUCKY figricDltoral EE' '99B S. DICKERSON, Y Com. W. B. JONES. J MURBELL.1 2E a: c; iss: PRBSCR jsss: s& sa ss: tst OO'il P and fiiscfianica!, Sc-hoo- Flfteon Profossors and Instructors. Scieaiifio. Eneinaerin?. C!assi!i and Gotnrnercia! Gourss of Study. ar l US" IPTI0SS CAHLFUl1,! SDl all urm begins COUNTY um S) T 'J! & Sept. zotli, XS84. For Catalouue and othJ fSUCT-.JAMES K. PATTEUSON, Ph.D., ZXIaKton, KeutuckT - APPniMTFFS RFrPIVPH PDtrc nr -- rin-r-... -- 3 A - " i .A. J- L. .j- - t Ki is "71 .U- - . v 4i. iMc'or Slip Uil. rrom being r. curdiilate for the Vyo sIsa(liorizeil presidential nouanation oftl.c lo annonncc Juilgc ViTMHSU I'EAtH, July pwty in 1870, to biingan 1! I. '!LLEK. n n nmHiuti for Ihb invitation oi ir.c ;.r. The Courier.JournaliPl'otcsls ' jt rhooflidfl a nnrcpHs 4 Gipvfclaud and llciidricko eluilir jlgT0Becnin a tkc Courier-Journa- tl tti; mc I.,nnpii itHfnpntft nf thft., flrium OIs ofKce of ffii' fit the cnauiug AuguHt ckc- - ISu- p- Mn.'.ost, Slot- 5estoref. ngninct the 1'rohiUtfioaItB . i .. .' wt, 2u(i buuiuhmv J tamrfm af Vr. Cu'rerxetWs Of Hilt . tnc .dr DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ing their votes awanfoxZP'' prcteatiai nomi-treeJut Onuconiolje ulr: ; : ve liar L.ro v, .,'lr. ; O v ; i. deity; fflfc of ;n tie "S. iinrul3inin-i.ii!nr- I:rB of thai. p. '.. a i.u? in 11, ir. :; stride, but Ve o'Jiiorizwt ttj nhnottnrc Capt. W Olnlra.nl "n.M.1 V iaVls.i. Ini imntary .3. John. He can uotcnrrycni Tnwnrtrifietiofl 38 . 2 . ted t -- : . c.,.o:i ti c Ccn.lM'ia;.unII. Mr. "' ;i. r of ao oJPSSg la J. Lomks, Iiuiwismj, Kc: .il .1 . uUicc of is tbc 2. h.' to :i r ''.''iSaM a"CHmliiatc for th fikitc. and cniiernitn.fi(Chb will w"'"i' nppoilMMV itga. rort iiti.s:i;KT, 4?,J"ndbfcft'Df 6ir gitat con efeorifl 'iIioncoiinly at tlie wuittg p.iry.lFH9i-n- tt ml Pit, ii n.au who leap. tijr stlMuduI- K, t ).ft!:cr V 3 (Mk hot have r. ohiglovoto iatue Elec- farmer. cor.icTripg vu t nit i.. a of tliorrii' '. ..Ti nd industrial ciut.prL'O om- GROYER CLEVELAND, t y pro wft; ifa toral College, ny, I f 1 1 can be : o v j t tin 1 e due ted Tie nfrbnwert nar."', le tfefa U2mlrh1i! benefit. Senator Gen. Swopo Ye er&Mfjjoriiftl to ahnounco M. W ekirir i:rmtnj;ri ciai'y- tUlrtj jirii'Mrflol OF NEW YOHK. 3Ir. lilMiion tlio contrary, r.lmsed lanu iiccz coin1. liai-- hand ti'.id trr.ir ! rcuftr. rn.li MactKc, llat tke nismies eownenCM of trlf. A$ a citizen, and aca i)emocrat,- waG arref ted this week and lodgn. cnodUIate for tho office ef rn fea'IfO oi I lie ori. pUitiKi; t(.t n O.K.J5 o rftd alt? iJrtiki' a muoh better chance of"(j!eolion some blessings on the farmer ' by cuter my euines pro- ed in juil nt Owensboro for bi cak- HbenoKuilon cuantv. 1IecUon in Au ii.f yf i u:j ufv tannic. cnrxU; IiJ rtlcrtca! lnrf flr iifT wisuto rdn- at rt8H, roitvirKf r.siii:.vt c Bpeal.cr r& intro'lucod than Gov. St. John. Indeed, it in some reptcts great bcnri mnMcf kUi MMJ ful&iff, tut tmtlri K t t ic' ngaiiisi vj.:h exuaorumary ing into fciidatteinj, ting to rob a IJiat-h- l lusM-..T..ntfo!i m U.nuiy est may bo said that Mr. r,Ijiio's l)roS why should not .UctI, ln J. lror.Btou. Mr. i THOSA HENDRICKS, 5a vUftl mn. iB.'fniJy. j.tljr at one tiue a poets of reaching tj0 jjrfcefrlency r.:.ti- - t...r ..t oaiir'.ilvrl 111' ...,. int Ib T .it a few iiitvodv'tr.vv ieii 'W'bf f yjj - jJClUvtuu Itu a. ti i.ffront to store. lie arr.B of that scetitn. SsjprrJntcaJa:i: i'stbile 8tSioo3s yun ( wfl IrctBtv UmM feud. tlje btsils ff etcrj 1. t lift o i y in ana. iA.iii.jiua, ;. promincut lawyer tin.aro oven bcltorthsu to v. i aprioac'.a a tfJinl c- ii Jrry ihaii in ftalh iehjte, I6't4 ! thorn0'1 -- i.i ii. f UUa " lUC ljIiU9" Eifcusiv drinking was tiie cr.nso "c SilyiDBlti:. to annoKBce i'roi. u . feitr .!, hoth f.xir cwu, cr to Mktin Eciyamin P. BnUerXcxVto Gov. TIf'V 1IM! IJtl.iL TKariii sa :v oa.v.!idate for .i rwipt ,.rtf iiAi.i .) in.. itujiicl cohtest rrul to tl.e :' f?hrikClV . v II.' ! r of his downfall. A'Wrr and Ilendrioko Glovehuul, in truth TTrBB'"uc o ret!i1crinttiulit of t,e PuWIb j'ik?. ;: 3"WTJT" SXSt! : .e office mfxcd'cul, and there ,erowpn i i.d ticket ii... tPdcti i part. Hc VUC '11 irovc a fatai blow nt tho c- - mu fmvip MEDICAL 0'),, r .i nw clubs arc being organized every wilt receive more vntrntlmn 2 1 Alo St.. hrw 7rU, J.'. Y. ; Putt OtfTre VXi.r tchoO.B rjfFHltoa cdtinty. ai tlaiwl ta.. 1 hat the roprosofttii- ri"ht here at homo who tlnjn Atv. .LSnirtxHOBiUou. F AUgiwtoJon. " . where JSorth ami South, ami the other Presidential eendidate "tin5 of ,, of a party organ uuitlon, nt the prhieiple r.:; r,'." X, .. x ? ,a.r'. x.r Ju BtrcnRtii of thp mirty fiht. enthusiasm over the Democratic as beneficiat to our facmers. S o v is anything- liko .vrhat the ouly argumciit vonchpafotl is o selected for such a pur- PrXtt&5ioaiti Odxas, tickot ia great. they claim it is it wnni.rbe folly , ..., , i,t ouirnt to jo re- "tho tariff robbcrj," "iia.n.r.j; ,T;r tt for them to throw it it zwtsa xv uiouopolj," wa coj mpt riug cycll Hon. "Ben S. Hobhins, one of not count, when by T.hcrc to the uselers ye:;:ly surpln, olSophdon casting for ing tribute from the farmer to c our Democratic Electors for the Mr. Blaine they might savo 1dm B. P. tO'DMISL. II. D., Family Groceries; mv own' part, I can not the manufacturer, &e." Tlie after oxtxnvasiint cxpenilitwgg; .f i' - y State at large, has commenced the from defeat and thua place a Pro- argument is that the tariff ghef-froa-i y-- FFERSfcMS SBR- PROFESSIONAL . i jimii nun: ii' ni ai.i(Ki.rkvi canvass of tlio State. His ap- hibitionist President in the White Ticsafto.tlic cJlUens of llicfciaus aud 3 to &i to the niuiiufactiuor iiha hi riiiiiii-oi n i dig nation That Brown'sIron Bitters so"80 l to the Gov- "f-.- also tho est ependlturesfor yicinitj. tvy u pointments for the present aro iu llouse.Prohibitionists orjlninc. a when it paja on1 will cure the worst case 2t?t9. dcfneB, Linos, Hoola, and alt ki;j&? The navy which docs not ejd3ora30, , tko Oiliie Corner roon in LaclcJa llouse. HKKaY Wattmiwon. ernment. Katsiern Kentucky. of dyspepsia. of 1' lining Tackle ami Supplier, at u IjsJ State whoso sumptuary laws' are He coiiipared the character Tiie ijrcvr.ili.ig opi .ion is that Blaine and Cleveland and gam. uiticenea sua tamijj- Kupplicsc-crstlv- . stricter than those of auyolher that is all the benoili the mas-crguj So Yllw Wivv Ta !Tir. Will insure a hearty appetitO Gov. Oi.bvbla.xd was officially btate in- the Lvion, am.orstnuu fl Ut W lllU IlJij JIUSUlUll The and increased digestion. Botlnctl of his nomination at Al- - this and will vote for MrT8"10 of the people p'.trf.'l. hovmach Dcmoc.atic party as ueiv.g oott; Jt is i'.$ oi inio'..,' paid Dr. T.didii'w stale tho lnysS". Y-- , on last Tuesday, and in pieforenco to tha uoiiiinoe of war. The blood . bany, 3 "v U the ivai.ufaetnrer tiaii t!.e ,f Cures general debility, and ?hk iief.' not ioucv .. mado a brief but fitting response the Pittsburgh ConveutionrTIiey ki j it . h profit. It didu't toll j cu ii won: cut. It:"" nil jvmI .!xoi i gives a new lease of life. f). ai.s. was tue resmi oi say that hasfsljowu line io obHtemieis J.e Douioc rafc X HICKJul, -- . KE8TUCK1 'iim tko Committee's address. Mr. himself a Mr. lllaino Iftttipu-ist- ; that the nunisftctnrer hal to buy arc unbroken, whiie the Pep: yellow fevcrv consistent wS?TPr Mitvific cat.o of t I.ir mHteriid uwl WW Id haudoout eans arc Dispels nervous depression Meudrieka was noficd at Sarathat Maine owes kciBB'el,t tu.ac::. i iftvt:ui S'L tol i(.!ont hemorrages and other best mati oi , di Tk the manulftcturers ht I'mraaainna) 's'.rviff'M JL KfkteA and low spirits. toga. Vjitcrna pokit nnii.J8taaWi t prohibition laws to him jiithc leail nf that: and il-- .. ,..Afttt...iil)l't w Hcndrieks, he predicted, r Q" . jQSE .. t & mwnn in l ousftficJfwatfat&fTlcfifil (Vetuiajmseja$t r ixi" ihl iiivuv -' r ul. ajiaMmTJLx " ' er of Hie Ecpubhcan ntsJCASJ- - tiial .bdasaiBiRBmnn fiP"- m r,' vmm Ja v.?. t:.t. tr.rco rnTnjrs"nrrfl ' icescorcaircsiaustcu nurs 9& rj",TC ."" it m w, rf"juuJot! .0 ; mill Xi TfiRKli thousand -- BflTJWim7ffBpa-ij.fte"aa ? K' Tit', t " to tnc prcauction 01 sucn LSS!2!iSiJm4iM ing mother to full strength ., He tlKl rot ir.ta. t K 'p JW m and gives abundant susVn f ti. ,1 fco.10 of the that the f:ght would be e.;.Davenport, Iowa, went over in a tory to the moat . .nv.i (; tho conjunction of po-- r anti- - license people, a:a ia vs . ,., he felt certMii cf tho oi .:,,,.,,.',-Ttenance for her child. l.tat, vegetable decjiy aud body to Cleveland ami Hendricks, "3 Kpt for a!, at a barsn. ti its iiief : , " :::zx,. tho old ticket of 1870, as -clcctiion would be ii,f bet rur- 1.1O. Lure. 'j 190 tho papers Bay. Hint a!u btabio of " It was Blaine's antoo of tho application oit: "A" V-.r'. . t. :7. it cculd bo brought ou i iv "1 anticipate no epidemic of Strengthens themuscles and xkj FAK1S PASKSQi,, LUrer JI1U Un vi w i record fts Prohibitionist that did Maine idea to kUU HnliAro r.Av nothing 4jylUVluwu ! theiviai o. ououcanprecc ioutl tl.e lo:: nervcs,cnriches tlie blood. el o a-- fe er this 5 ear. Prom puce reducing W erument. tho work. ATTOBHEY Ar LAW and ktpt tuc eratic majority in Kcitvcky wif vi.jit 1 have seen and read I thiulC Tho Maine jProhiUitibnista arc goods that much, v. 5th Lb goods. bo 1 educed n.rt baf pr eticr.J New Orleans will escape with tho Overcomes weakness, wake Drei&ifoieigu man out To tho sensational publication Mr. Blaine's uoighhSr3 and con- Then yon would pay tlio luauufac-ture- r denied. f.nd 1t inemny 0: rayotr excoptiou, perhaps, of a few fulness, and lack ofenergy CoilDctor.ReBl Estate Agent to know WPWT130 AAB re&1TASK3 easeB. Tho yellow fever that Gov. Cleveland oneo wrong- stituents. Taey ouj14 this ques00 wlon count v. onco In the limda of blac over whether he Isfeoundion Keeps off all chills, fevers, ublicfths, it musf return tot wo.Ud never afilict New Orleans ed a "widow lady" under promise tion, and tho rest o'Mho Prohibi- 3 ou pay the CoVeramcnl not; ing Rci fflCKMAK, KY. mou A and other malarial poison. CoDjnjission tercl)a If they wero careful to secure the comes the rca-- " tionists throsfghontftuo country and tho n.an wouldn't be iraking a Demccratio nomlue next 'of marriage, there citv from overflows by crevaasea tS?" Will attend preaptly to ell laal luii. JNw dy response that James Cr. Ulaiue ought to be willing toi'.ceopt their ecut. That's a de'i. Will infuse with new life nesa euirustod hi:a ia Boulkwfcstsri anddkea. Memphis is doubt 3im." TKI BaxAa. to here is tho way the politician puts TeMJi Keutoeij aad safe, aa well as tho other citthe weakest invalid. was guilty of betraying au inuo-cei- 3taino Brcthron's-aesuranc- -- . less it: He says, 'How do the Ke s'wayj aa hur-i-, Tresh Of sit v wht Sj.ecjii stlentioa girca te tks iavesltge this effect. I deplore the Sit maiden school teacher. Such eollect tneir bonuses? compels 01 jo bo u t as m st If na ttioMg ine aiwaieRippi ! tLe pHtoliMO lion ff I.iud titles, i83 CEMENT, hA. T PLASTSfl oj Walter St., Bolttnore, Dec .ilo af Rcl Jfetsie. miserable slandors aro a disgrace Jiunos SpoJf I oiter V.hy Hi Cua-n- Simply by putting their goedp up call the attention of tl'O count havebeeu subject to the piafpto." fJaaS LiKLL, AJS 'iFJJLft, C'LVVJEX &a. a nreoS I Inn Fr hx Vote lor.Blnlno. VIA CsSmvt frea Wood Daas, tho foreign atticle, to the day Han day b s;te tile politics of the day Shake. A w'ethrt "Washington, JulylM. Tho . adding prioc of tariff duty, thecoit tn flio font I hut Wll ake Htftrftl sdHces e UoHs ou tho that I eoutJ net KtaJa ixs letpublishes ft UorttwJ TeltfRUB Y. Herald fore last th Jmgs noateil ti anything on my steraach, ia Uzt, Got, &a r to ersliijrutct. transportation across the ocean, over. note, iiowcb of Congrei The scandal mongors and filth ter from James Speed, tko only of tile bad almost become a burden. mtlft uSy," asked Murphy of yoang FltsdlyjTthcn hope Kidalmost Itft slingers arc at work on Gov. surviving momber.of Lincclu'e insurance and profit, all of which Pntn. it imvo a rreat show of a he saw that vouug . xnc, ray bmbud temz Bhwi' De.loues, the consumers have to pay. 2f ow Ibok llrrrsRl adverUisd ia tho yler, .1 Cleveland private bachelor life, Cabinet, writtcjutoa'friond in New to have made this statement com- dnstry to be tlais at work ou t man hurrying down a wdo street trial, Indusad me rpcr, mv tildnc to ivo it abcttla not'ning the third York beforo tho Democratic ConLord's daj, butfto aay as though he wautotl to avoid a . and the samo characters aro proso well in aot cd bT I da at fiit preterit time.tin which. Ifortfcya : "The plete he should hrvc added the the defianco or the law of Q vention, meeting, "what'a tno ma tic? 1 xou the vcja as bing into Mr. Blaine's alleged pri- action ofin in tho price of the laMrs.L.F.Ccunm4 tho ltepxtBHcan Conven- difference aud of man, it faa all a sham. don't look very hilarious.'' Hs HHPa all kinds of staple and faiej vate indiscretions. Oh, how dis- tion has greatly dkHaiEed me. I bor, and tho rest would .avo gone said Jones, grumpHow many f&tfS, weeks a "No, I don't," HICXilAAN, KENTUCKY to gusting such things are! The bet- - am not at all puzziwUaB lo voting, as r. bonus. He further states Y. mouths kave boeu wastetl by tiff ily. Iron Bitters Brovn's in 2f. make itplaiu: "A "What tho matter! I theagki ATTEND TO ALL DtSIXfiSS ter clues of people, Republican or but it grieves mo tohtt under tko goes into a hat store ninn Imported will have a better tonic of necessity of failing tolvote for tho cntriutcd lo tneir care. you'd been to aeo your gfei to who effect upon any one Democrat, ought to frown down nominee of tho itapriblicau party. hats: ho buys one. 7hat dooa ani Csnreotioneriea. Will be pledged k Office Millet Block. uigfit.w needs "bracing up," than c pay for it ! no pays the such nauseating issues. itt hi iaoldewatfcaicra, and will kota tult iudnstriouidr all tltat 'i&c,: such a is shoekiug to think)-thatrouble. 800 gavo bo It Tkat'e. the Oieai pre and qituiiiy. CSIl asd tea any medicine made, iu Europe, transportation, profit, h put mo a bad case of laaiana." ua. 4is:ck rfalea and KSiiill l'r2tts. The Congressional Committco party could inorofortHuch a plat-I and the tariff duty, say $2. Thla dny I Turn tthe t wcutiet oncl and read form. No Won't bo underaelr! ofgif.t. I?at ter of "Mfcrfe! f junUt sfor the Eighth Congressional Dis cannot voto for Blaine, and could ?2 goes into the trcaeary. He dozens Exodip of ua&ea. Yoa wiil Yes. 1 hd the worat kind of a the airect cud buys a la. 1trict iu this State met at Nichol-- - not vote ior lum onraqgr piauorm. crcsnos in Ktviccktu'ctta. "What that the keaiduir of iho Sa'.bi 8hake.,M uti fiiuinrrs'gi. ts SA&S3,' asvillo Thursday, to decido upon Tho foreign rclatioiiaii th:j cont- - dooa l.o lay fwr ill "VTiyi, the is tlie moat 'important of alt trv arc pretty muea urMiie ha;iuR B&me.privc, ooracuandments. Erieffaco? AT a mode of selecting a Democratic because thoYnnkoe to say why. or argue at alk TT28i2B'gsl, XaA.2T33- the of tho PredtlSiiflDar:.' caud'dato for CongroFs from that short timo BHii! a jijtrfti a3 Sccre-'c- d iias added on the tariff duty; then I iuiIloreyou do not learn to 4 HICK ifA A IE. At li oeloek the other ovoning tbo Yankee "District. After free discussion a tarv o f Mlntn t.n such tLe 2 jroea into tbo treaniy-.f- f I smse in a decade toat wmen "jiisraBiiisia man and hia wife, who' were iuar- ere n Pverwinr rta J pocket i.ie.ead of primary election was called to be viewa oi luzer SLLBCTIOXS prornplly rca.it le (Hickman, Ey-- . CTwnton SUr.) tramnoiof i,wyeara:avoinr4 rc'inc: 1.1 loud touea ou Uamlolph J81 fruui llirkiuikH. Aiilrrt &fes fej vj iShor.td liii Now t.ic phudan wonlu navo cer.'d. To aay nouung of all 5SiAb8ir.ici3 of titlea a e: eisliy. ii 1. UUKA held throughout tho District, vot- makos nto belle street, were accosted by an officer maUe that tk0 Yankee mtzmm i.nhl not yea andatea of tfod, tknow not h rrt Sas. C D.VTSr &yt,t7 Ja,!J9 with tho mjuuolion to. keep qnot, ing to bo done viva voce, on tho be electod Prcsl ?? only plunge us into ipdlca for- c!ear iroilt :Iie 2, wluch ia noi it mfcy seem to' oiu'eis, Lui to tho wan aud ad- and he turned .sixth day of,September next. i eign difficulties Sutoqld !:bg ). iiHT.vx-- vuo wntt is mo spectacles oi tho reprvaeir. LcAi JiXD iu the price of labor. He of the nation defjtug-thBlWaiAH MAIIBLE'WOEKS, to.i our diplomacy into djjpeputeud , . SioHP ax a. v'Secms to me that yon ouxht Wf . "" rr. t mako ua the laut,lHBgGak of tLe should ave pdded tho difference laaadmonta, the Tlio Banner still says that if civilized world. JSi) tt ui;.g- - n the cost of inftkiug the hato, mg f ne tw, is to mo uepu kov.-- mum 10 n' K:i cfeittM, ptefwr-Stoub and Turner como to a joint notiam noi briHiantvBd jui-.- i and amrc T0iy. rr ttirrc, mtr ' k; rifSZHitiza X1.1.L'. 0 rrvvcl nj the S'sh &r JV;o j ana debate iu this district, 'Col. Tnr- - naninaiitintofor imSi"'i ia t &a are iieuii ki:it,t,a ui&,r, MS, ng to bo done I want to eojue S U'L4ri?i lay ur"iiC(r, ith jfr (iea, Nuk& J. here J,L idea n one r tie of ti-- Heuso b" 7iifcr"w1II wish ho luiil 'somo one To voto for him would "bo ' owi hero whjro I've got eosao, II. C BrT, the t..nff scJioduie tun; fow ars- han: Mid auuor the o . r elso than Capt. Stone to tacklo-Cap- t. ting against the peace jv.hI: SkirkffWVi ' A role fin: to. Gar;ian Mania Hi bin..eha:.co to dodge her. , '0KAM9B IJf . :g about don't paih.gti.e n out of I, j ':1 ons know auythi Stone's Cadiz speech is only of my country, llica hi . . . m..M . Art ..i " .is "inn Ov V.HW, a taste of what he Tvill do when about the surplus ro cuuciaou-strous- . know whether they g?vo or re- poiiucul nUbasteraig p'.i!..ugi Wlt- Bke lil ot ;rU. iT.LiAiiiiS AMEHraAn rAnr.: tho bulldfs fall fast and tho steel shows him iomsc a quire any protection, or whether ov out of the pitt I toll yol IJ.tn.1. 'hi II! iL "Do you doubt my love F 'i Jal glitters bright iu tho coming can- unsafe in It views of tkatirjtum they require much labor, or know go on in this way. soma his '...:. o.ii aii'I .icct vass. Ho is neither a Webster work of tho Government a?ift re to what extent they aro manufac- soon n:tothcr Cromwell will oei a loituuo hunter of a Gotham j UtIj curFii,i- n . rJ r.qti!vl. It aOHIDnJKTO. TOMB AND GRAVE ascts1 Lower tfem the Lo-ei ma k"B heiress. I, nor a Calhoun nor a Unfits Choatc, card to International law. :iWCti''n, tuld tured or consumed, or who con un fom among tho people I knvc no olferk oxponpss na sras -- a vent "Tin possible," she replied, ilrnilv .for iao-f? iwr but Lo can and will warm Col. tlie. Dfiiiintinits nive the, coanfA ft sumes them, or how thoy aro con- fi.iv. "Xko ana." thai fool's and py cnk for nil ray Crocem? rfSM "Why do you say impobsiblor bo- - For Sale at TOR f UNii'6 Cms Store. tho politician? should give b.o 'd s'lut up .Sua house. IJ Turner as he was never warmed statesman and gentleman atfthoir sumed; t? enn s,ij c'hVan chenixpa the ((Becauso my father has a wx- in this district, and wo dare the candidate. I think wo hadibeitor us a little light cu tl.oca alleles ; quin Alilicr in Courier-Journa0"AV1NG received a fine lot of efM et. llest bratr of figure bank account," sho said, Old Guard to arrange appointthere isn't ono in a thouand in or iwintsniPiwiMui Ainvmc, 1 ara pre- Star FIctrr, 26cr.ts ohe;J5r than ifcc'Jav him." pared to d!l RtlcrSers. Call aud ciaulap. with a meaning smile. 5ew York J0H2? KITTIXO. out of Congresa that know ments for the two gentlemen. Tho voto for re ur vrorx Tlie Blr:bpl"o oTtUe ChIrn.J iloruing Journal. i. them, and they lao young farmer of Lyon will make - nsi a Irotj HatitlngW' Orderjffrjira tko country promptly Slainin little bun- Kocuostf-- Vjwo b1 Adrer. vr. tho "old bull of Ballard" feel tho SALE AKD LIVERY STABLE nfty-'t- j" About thirty ycaro agoferkon huddled them all up tariff of fiom Toulon, the city in whtch Slfta Tho diath of a child in New Or lash of a Granger's tongue and tho the Know Nothing cxcitcmelSWao dles and nut a Rinall sting; of a plow boy's lhutoric, as at its height, the Kepublicancau--didat- 10 ceuts to 25 cents n them, I cholera made its first appcaraiiGsg loans a (ny or iyf0 j,g0j Xlll(icr cir omm cumstaueoa suggestive of yellow ho novorfclt itboforejustassoon pa- - which is rcheap enough 11 any ac- .k a seaport ciiy oi PACKET COMPANY for ' KBWTUOSY STREET, as Col. Turner calls for the one or per called President editoda raxw, a. ted at the head of a double m fovcr, rodnced an impression on COttUt- oa.aa 10 tho Kenebcc of tho Mediterranean sea. VJ produce speculators in Chicago provokes tho other. Princeton Inits-issuoifor the "' wa3 a Tr EBl'U eonotantly on hand for k'h-tho 3th of standi; npon ground which XS" and sale Banner. was hardly croditabic to 7 editorial arlleic afJEg; pose tlmt imuy claim to boh eve rra.la'ny irom tnosca,Riiaiawii; whichintelligence. The President HOUSES, UUGOIE3 and ILACKP. their i Stone id comparatively a stran- of tho tonnor of which tho .fiW- - lt yfsis: l inake u8. I5 iribuie to Having pnrchased tho stable, korefff" k.ered by a ridge of mountains. gH bf the State Board of Health of PASSJISJAI5ILK and entiro outfit of Vr. B. riumma ger in this portion of the district, ing extract affords a fair idcST. JiC manufacturer ; out to au bay. It an diner round the especial Louisiana maintains that yellow we propoeo to continue tho bu?:srB3,-B- .... .. , .. &v.. ..v ,r!but tho opinion lias obtained that, fortified, and is fever ia permanently acclimatized solicit paironago (USITED 6TATES K4IL-- ) tion. irivrnn work a:Kl omes to a however clever a gentleman ho plain as the light, demngog re!, ia funntaais, trees ami p: iu the Lower Missirinni valley, BOOT AND $fa tell us that our foreis.i i wMira- - large portion of laboring people, JOUK A. SCUDDER, ProaidcnJ. tenades. The military fort is and shows by a statistical record might be, ho was not thought to lion is nothing but a bencfi cSa. and furnishing a maiket for a that there aro one or more deaths JOHN P. EtlSBtt, S.ifer!attrndfnU oa BOOTS AND SROES, be.tho equal of Turner in dobatc. and that our lava rcgulfi ttjw4t farmers, for which .o r.U ought to largest tnc the Mediterranean, TiifiO. c. iKJOLEtt bee v. and Trcas. most aamtraoie o in Kew Orleans from that dieaao feel grateful lu-- never alio our- ono ol Vro aioAo. need no amendment-If be proves to be, the joint acres in ncarlv SHOP. Iforth West comer of Moficow kird,' extcndinjr over 1 Tt rennfretf E. A Tr.M EKKLV LIKE of bor.ts and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky and wo sincerely believe thajthai selves to abuse. It is ono of tho ana surrounuea oy vast 2W JUj- - 11 a peculiar ptait voar. otprotract-th- e t will bo interesting. unumasw, , conroiuation Rn5S St. Lottio lo Mftnphie, an?, a itgrSatiffiction suaraniecd. any is not far distant v.'IieiiBvJua grandest principles that has node arsal and floating docks, and ca liiriiteniporaturoaiMlnmlarions Ime frein 91. Louis lo Vicks Keopg in Block Ibo ery Best Matcrlak whole subject may bo impartially our Nation prosperous and givon counected with the supplementary April. Tfcn Primary oh the 30t2i. conditions to render it virulent. burg. of gtestt. Wo have anid koepa only the rest Workmen. Wtrlc rovTnweil liv ihn lonr tnnlriiirr. nhxr. it the name Tlio Coueier is frequently askhe claims tho gcrma are always guaranteed Kcpairing solicited' GOING SOUTH. an advantage gi t n us by v. Iiieh arsenals of Castigi.eau and iioitr is largely carf 'vyesent. ed, "what ef the primary election crofour Government, anus'uekl if not taken away v. ill tarry us illon. .Memphis boats puns Jlickmftn Ttiosdnj wliolesome restraints and judiW. DBBSTBLBRINK and aifciits, 1Tmrsdft7 night ou the 30th! Tho answer is, so cious checks imposed aswillteop successfully through all ages to ried on. but trado and iudttstry. omco all tho &ow York papers' Kiybts. bats, ' Sunday, Vickelrttrc away our pro- nrA larwlvummoripd bv tho naval TEE EAETER GROCERY- -' far,jwour observation and infor- back tho avalanche of crimowhion come. If you take Wednesdays and Fridays. which employ 10,000 lnoifc t any noto have deserted tho to lall upon us frmn'Eu-rop- tection or any part of it you take works, mation extends, that it does not threatens GOIJiQ NilRTii. most romarkablo foaturo i publican party except the Tribune, our K. J. 3L JIONTGOMERT, a and that then the jrujand away that jeachusof into advanta- this citv of 7.1.000 inhabitants lB hat paper is fighting its battle all MeropltU boftta p.3 fHokman Tuesday giv satisfaction. The original m a direct to hia friends and the nukiio ir,n. ges by leading honorable jmdo of being au DijrbtB, Pridy nigkls and Sunday nighls. Turner Democrats,, with now and he k opmed a new and freak supply o? that it has no sowers. And it iapdono. In a recent caricature ' then an citizen will suiter no blush communication with foreign coun- nrobablv owinirto thm feet thai uck re presents Whitelaw Btrid, Vicksburp boats iloadays, Wednesdays, exception, oppoffo ft and all kinds of Fakist Gkoceejm, wbich ho will have then denounce it as a trick and two-- . from having our paternal aights tries. Our business ho editor of tho Tribune, as a" and S.".lurlaj-Bpaoclo namo ell &?tictos, but na trill soil as low r.3 tho lowest. He is ra-d- v Memphis boalg Sloarnors Ciiy of Hel NOtronqlciro skow Roods. to regulate itself with that char- tho citv is now boinsr depopulated at all times to eschanjo Grcsdriea at thirds of the original convention-Dcmecrat- s bestowed in full equality upon AVhen a big tattooed ena. Oio. GeuiTievo anU Jolin D. Maude. plague. by tho dreadful cholera andoMe and lec, at tho corner of Troy ca?b prieea for Eiiltor, Ezgs ChicKcnv, or' who arc not of tho house acter of competition which for arm pulls back a curtain and hands those oppose it as a com "Viakshnrg beats Slmmora City of Avenue. East Ilicknip, Kv any kind of marketing that tbo farming the sako of the poor class of our wmt a torribly dirty pair of boots Providence, Hallo of Mem phis, Gold Dust; and Moscow ? of party usage, and feel that hold." friends may briny: in. Tbc highest war or JJIntltlcr. , Tlia CiirrirjnJgM country wc ought to try to obviCity of Grecnvillo aud Ibjld drops his box and falling Citv of . a primary election is being forced In ther light of these scntimonts always paid. " XcwTorlcW"rW.l Zeb Woolet. I poutbem against their couvic-tJoa- it is not difficult to comnrohcud ate. lJJ(C aghast exclaims: "Gosh I Oily of VIofesUorr.' ' J.M. MONTOOMERY & BRQ.- . The campaign of slander against This attitude of tho two why ilr. Blaine's sympathies, whlTC Malrso ?rlsl!SIttonlt for Elnlnc. Gov. Cleveland, has about spent aavo got to uo an tnis oj my- if r sa divisions of Democrats in this becroiary or State, wore not so OLY liRQGBRY FOIXJUSi July 28. A ttispatcn itsoif. At least 100 lies have been self!" Boston, actively enlisted in behalf of K3SSC93KS3 with the fact tlmt. in circulation touching the The Prohibitionists have just tint Mo., to tho citizens imprisoned by from Augusta,nomination Ilorald bills that ho has signed or refused oIoGCtl their couvoution at there fc fejt one candidate before HO of St. says: "Tho O. the primary election, leads, to the order of tho British Government, of 2ow an cntertftmini? sossion. fi .. John by tlio rrohibitionists caus- to sign as chief Executive timo to ll lAnninPimi Iml ll ' uuuwuojuii btiiii. iiiiji'u vill no a as they might have been. has taken some John P. St. John was PACKET COMPANY. (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) es no rejoicing in Maine. Even York. It records, but tho liars ry small voto polled. These nominated lor President, and Heal Dow, tho Presidential candi- prodnco tho observations extend to Pulton All kinds of Daniel for Tice President. years ago, goes for aro on the retreat. Tlio assault County specially, and also by in- - Mr. "Willis Bingo, iu a letter date of four 40,000 or 50,00Oavow-e- d upon the Governor's private char-- f William convention denounced both The STAPL6 AMD FANCY GROCERIES iormauon irom tho connties of from Prankfort, in tko Clinton Blaine. The i.a:nta,- mauo uy a ',! Prohibitionists of Maine will actor,sensational lew aisrepntablo narties already in tho field, and Memx)iis, Cairo, - i newspapers, is ws;very particular to say that Mr, lliokman, Ballard and Graves D cm o crat, says: a houae, atbot aud support him energeti- and voto Louisville and usually kept in a ThCouEiER has favored a nri a scandal The 'Board of Equalizers' isJ cally. for torn prices. -- And ibe This may seem anomalous, based upon years ago. that wa3 ex- iifaiiio and Logan wcro "bold, ary eloatiou for many years, our bun piuuumg Along slowly. 7i It but tho fact is tho Maine Prohibi- ploded two sotting in, Tho reac- bi5d mou." XDIE3, TEAS, Steamers tnocacy Demg uasod upon the will probably take tfiem' all this tionists have always worked in, tion is now and Grbs ' W. GAFF, AXDY 11AU.M. riCKLF.S idea .that it would of tho best signs in favor JAMESMILLER, Cleveland will grow and inOno and month to complete llieir labors. and accomplished their purposes vor VIST GUIXKLE CRAKBBB.RIES, CONS liaraionize tho party, but in this it Under tho law they cannot raiso through tho JRepnblican party. crease from this day until tho 4th of Cleveland's election is tho de- M02IINT, GMTS QRAIflTE STATE, appears that we were mistakenv or lower tho erana tnfL bat lighfcwith Avhieh his nomination was of Kbveiabor. ?U2JDAVnn.lTIIURS-jWhen the Eepubhcan party JC Tho jmmaiTics are denounced jiaobcrn iiaiieu oy tno leading X EATES EVERY for Cuiro, Iouisvillej equalize botween- counties uud cS IBB. m0 was tho temnei-anc.. ? day, at 5 p. m., machine trickery" iuuuuieasnrodfdistTiote. As a basis to- - ca'eulato cardinal plank in the platform. Jhel Imsihess men ot tno country. aud Cincinnati, connecting at CJtietnn&ti J?mclJeal Journalism. Tnke tho th Xeilncky Stat Jnaronl. ienris precisely as were tho con from they have adopted the fc-- &ame law was on tnai. sur. Thoy dread Blaino with his sonsa- - with Railroads and Siearucrs for .Jgarj CcfieeS) Soaps, & "Say," said a oandidato, aa ho tionnl and coruscating qualities vo wish-i- was differ- lowing valuation of laud in our Blaine labored for it. iiis paper Yeatipns. Wete ftri aorlkn Point.', not be nnderjold. ent, lut acU aro facts. par- walked into a Kentucky editor's' land pin their faith to the candi N, C. & SL- - L'. - R district? Pulton aifdliickman, $ was tho leading organ of tho Willp?y fall price forEuttcr, Eggs, &o Giving hrong'j tickets lonll ntJi Chiper acre,-- Ballard, Graves and tho poli- sanctum, "I'd like yon to support date WuO promises a qmot anu cago, T'e4o, HuiTala, Richmond, Kew & ty Prohibition became aduiiu: tration. Gov. Cleveland 1h a rAvnnrr bnsiiiess-lik- c 12 50; Marshall end cy of the State. For the Prohibi- mo in this contest." "" City, I'niKdclphia and York, Wnshin-io- a 4. Tho "Well," replied the oditor, "f Boston. I58t. Korth and Wesforn tonr-- i iaawerat, but not a narrow par-- Calloway, $10 or $11, hich, I tionists to desert Blaine could River route safe, can't vote foryoiu bocause I don't, Tim State of Iowa is full of isls tvill find La tM; of his messages to think is very fair valuation. Tbc hardly bo expected." tho large majority dcltphtfnl and cconontical. the New York Legislature last property, both real and persorJ, think j'on aro worthy of tho posi of them boingliepubheans. w onrd Tlatss Isy tkia line cbenper than nay ?, TftMti 8ayg "I bcliovo in an in tho Pirst District was listed With xow Yoik, Indiana .and tion, aoi any more so tmau a nutlet, Repub other first clus route. Meals mid state osoHd sturdy partisanship higlier according to cash valuation, tho Solid South, tho Democrats but I'll tell yon what III do. I'll it not bo funny if all these HajiR8 tomperauco men would voto jSg"TftPS5rj:ers canchecked thronsh. 3 rely on a splendid scares tho Iegitimato ad that is, nearer its caali valno,vtftu will win. I; cannot bo denied that give you two inones of editorial in lican 3 Call on nearest Ticket Agent, vantages of party supremacy, out any district in the State, (still wo their prospects for carrying tiose which I will say yon aro a man of Ih a .Prohibition ticket and give the trip 6y thin line, ns tko afoarncrs are all iiennncKs t fira.t clns3, having been expressly Tmilt 0X0were mado for tho people, aro paupers). 2Jo benefit to' tho Statos arc ueuor tnan inoso oi great ability, highly honored ninw Hiiji Or Address " wcllAVOitny ot tao position, for 5 St. Louis proposes to celebrate for lliff ftcaoramodntion of passengers. &. 1. StPVPUR fcjMlljja! anwilting, knowingTy7 to State can bo reached tins year by tho Republicans.Each slcamcr carriea n full string X, '3 &: f.vrn InlTnrs siift n rinlf 'V anniversary of tho dis baud. Pasa. AEt.,Dal!(j,tTPx.;or it- -" Jpr my Maent to jneagurop, and ea!.-It. W..LIGHTRUKM3, .p the work of this Board) but . h and stteuiivo clerks to BAiw doing great injury to iv. " .viaKC r v o i Twoanti nt treat." covery or Amencs wuu an 7. which will sacrifice or boka guide of Assessors for "iucxtGeneral Freiphtnnd Ticket Aftcnl rfeciatomer& 0. p, T. AML,iKLlif. horc3:b"outs. crops Nitahllle, Tenav " ' "Iv's a bargain," No 7 Mour"c stroct,MeinpkiSfTi!Ctt tr. Exposition. 'iMi& fai?r tho jieoplo's iutcrests." year, and so on," FRITZ 1IELLNEB. T. .ISB-SfiBKl- ff mm - jf m. - - .n.. i.i'.t I iwinr .. .. - VJR --um "p..,- - &m: ?BMPwIprsoG B , e'Qu"SIIE Fio'ci i:ipfn ftaa I'toSiiaSa tlio tjcrifr-Juf- if il.J fPjgL "VTf -- JffF rt2 XiWKreEE ram. xxsnan-- i ay I fc "1'''"11 h ' 'J-- MVJU w... Tyw.l"l j.l.MI.WI " f for tbo U: k un S12XV2T2 6 J: " IKTf10 01 ' TO ; AC '. J&j Lexington, K v., JVly 1 . r!.ifhnrn' iilTij. t' 24.( jlf".t t! - e '.iotIHoi jKlHlt.-tl.- ' Kc-public- an hJ" ' sJfcy mtm ; . I V - N tc Hrfol-nb- rig-Loi- . . Slarri-s- . ui . ilcp-- ,t.-'-- -- . c-'.o- Ex-Siat- . c !r.-- .a i 1 FAB-'W- ? I - . f.."r-Mimlc- d kiMii V 'll-- .j- - f foi-culiii- -- ". OS .- I rt.-- vi.ifr,-i.tv.imlllif- i:t ....-r..-,- Cle-velak-d A '- i- - ... :'$ - -- de-fond- ed ?-, .. ' ... r . (L TllKt-LLVEJiWL- -- -r.n "Jl.K r-ta- -- . P. IL'CA! L ch JlJii 8yHcllye-tcrdr.y,'tIint ml' j K now 1- ? - s - Ctn-r:ct-Joi'i- nl Itt - ' li-a- t vu 1 A FOB SAIiB;.- -- m zr -. r3 -- TVr: ;","" ,, :3 -- xn .'..'- - .. . 1 - -- iS'Wx . . . 4. L 1 -. i M c W-- ,.! -- ' . - -s -- Mm Hi i T SI . T" 11 L" S G.fL: RANDLE iin-por- ed Bondnrmt - cs it Nortb-jreetcr- mus'tt-factnre- ru ot i" bev-- mf d.billHi-.e- a -- to-da- y " -- H.-A.- Attorneys at !L-&,-J- 2 J. W. BQGBB GBOCBEIS8, t ot -- LWBSST UW '. -s ,y "'" L MOIEE, c uu-fieix- cc GEO0ERI fi& i i I e . T jbf.1 lar-mak- or . -- ... theitit - y - 7 n-M- ii.i -- -- &? - thj-ig- s &;": K .i - - s gnar-Mfe- ("TTi-Cv-- t e tICM-oor- e l. auy-ihinguke- ut r ET.OllllfiBlO Pt.NfiUvrr k trjaifctfacbuJi' 9 ii. TriieHb-rr3ndL- &' '- o n Jal. !&, AI- u-- - A. 7 Z J. Eakis' PaekeiL pur-ISou.a- n ? 5 ft -- .- -- ivll! 1 sU-ougl- y to inn dis-CBggi- en -- A ?1 - v.. GLAZISE. ly Sbip-buibiir.- g jt - Snlni-ils- y Ko-Th- e e, -- amilst announ--rioe- . Hioot-blac- k. pro-'miK- o Cati-o- -- jrr -- . ket-pric- a. - L -- Irish-America- n Pitts-liTirr.'nn- d Mill Jl-.- ii Ell 'd1 ?v- - JUBS1, Ex-Go- ASHYILLE, Plorid 4 v. ftSFi GliattaiiGoga first-clna- Cincinnati ;fc XIXVS-UEAA- T, re-uni- fo - nrin-inate- Ei gSp-WU- "T Fr-w- n 1 t Mr. J -- t ii Mo-Cracke- n, ( "" - : lUj-on- Ht-ll- ''! W" -- TITOLI HALL -- FAYOBITE "'' i rooran-frje- . 3osi s-rop'- r. S'ateto-Uieveianuan- n -- " - puro-1maiia- ii - ... t-- . fho.-iOOt- h a mtcr-limtio- al . Ae-.- Hlokmaa. ..?. - tBesf S"! - 4 ' v 1 tt0 -- n - V- - HHHB!,r SBBHSBHlNKra, -- ft - 'i mK. mtnmwumtm X:M iff"' s-- : iP-'-- v. i"!- -1 ni s J - - " " -- r?mm!.limii&-"3' s jivjqfMgMMWB1 41 mimmp''jjamkwxtmm. twpmkjsjb w.. r oac33cr3 fr-a T- - -- In tnPwKr 't-Tl"" - Hi 11 i" ""iy "Mrti nf "Wffirm JvUrtt"1 1 nnar tj-- ! in m .fi jm. i... -- . . - .. - ..TIT ki t n'.vjr.agg8g ii iim Kikyj.-M- ii rsjuiz:ji. mu i ' a !.",.- - gpjegygajUiilanWglaJ'! 'MiaBButeML i i to iveu Miv iimniogroiH opofi ihc r""vuJiueiiift-b,.l?rtmonitt-oeauuner onr a smgich'oto jgillR iii(,K mndotho leap. hot have GROVER CLEVELAND' August Kgtn. indnstrml GnTtcrprlaio olU- - sBaulra J? r sal and litnuacai v. College. tora! f the rrttbrnrw! no'''"'. In li ft3wfrfafcle wnjr. Swopo Senator Gen. " 'orjrjstv roitic. Ir. Blaine, on the co3SiT?!5a3 mach abused tariff does confer brass jend and tranrtr.Tcncy'j chilly dnnly eiBoiitlraies fiwu.a Vvro "raregjiorifcil to nhtioimto M. W and as a Democrat, was aireetcdthie week and lodgtrlt praetKc, tbnt tEe rlarmliiK rUDHPicecc n intich better cliauoa of,cC.n EQiao blessings on tho former iay tho ste pe of tho Portlier- fijffihii-- AsaUz FAlUtKHJi n camlidato for tho ofScc of uvVtriuuf liOlSd'tallr nivll;fJt'tlfcB6ata mcHs r, enter my earnest pio- ed in jail at Owcneboro for break KUcrittoflrtfiiop coujilv. Election in Au- - fT rur ttt fitbjr for vice v jsNini;.-Jtuj&fj mlsiu, nuJ than Gov. St. JoTin. Ijbcj lt iu some respects great benofitn. 'lho eaker was introucodjfipwishto W men." of Ji' wcry mtrfr, tKrraattrt- liut hi ngaiast t;n oxtrommary inc into and ntteinrAincr to rob a may bo eaid that 5rr.P,lsftf 6 pros- why should not TWOS A.. HENDRICKS, G. J. liroustou. Mr. c.wliit)n nqr '!. inny tut? LiuhxiftlicajiJyjMtJ-- " men .cuing. It is an affroiil to store. He was at one time aj 1rfrlyajt pects of rcacl.insc tho Prf&aleney fairly hoar ! consider? In the iifftr a few introductory i omal OJF IXJifA&A. 3' Tfl.s fttlr fchanM In t1i, jrv Democrat in Lcuisvillc, in p rominent lawyer of that section. SprrSutca!cn: IGljJIcSi.iJOo!. juot'jf. ilvwy man in the laml, tie bluJi of cttxjf Oca. - iAiiia1 fri . aro oven bettotf tliau ti .i. ' - Vr ds.ys of WhiggoryandJVyiccI'tjli mclop, auu 'ju ? iuo EicesBivpdiinking was tho cacso V.c Ru' liorir'il to announce Prof. t'A tiftrft .!; ii01 h war conu, or Jaenj .p'iJJ' jEoiijaimu P. Oov. old 1 no tar;i w:3 nut uciu-iioi'.svi cuttiesi auu ic li.e pi:"itgKy; vcAtiKsKy racv .CU&VELAKD- - and IlcsmI 77lo intirw-. J.S- ti. S ffMDRl'.X aa :i oa;uhdalc. lor H'"' ,ln ri'tciis ot hjg downfall. :fffp; , Tfcli." . 4nS; t"v-wft.i-lwere incn find ticket of hio'u partEg.mixed evil, aiul t!lCoJncc5flt!nicrint9naeitof the Vahllo Til IS t U L V ti;v.'ELL MEDICA L CO.. ur haitir? nrfmrnttntl avoit. .civo more votm fifoi any litrhthorcatliomo vio then de cqwparcd tho Ke.mNu-uiwoIKF:"" wj ;w." S " Sclw0'3 iFuUon cduntv. z OJKce VjrVj 1 At.ti 8- -' -- t ..v--s ?fOBldctitip.!r'nsii(iialleVtlu&! sen anu poncrmances (inringharwi'"0" A ugmtciion. wuero Aonu auu aouin, aim tnc t 4 Su.Kew K. V.; Post Ei, . principle of protection '.a ? - fended the years, imtfiKruyw last nutLncttiam - . ,,.....w... nvnr tho Democratic year. Tf th ia fvrtM.t. .lU'iin Pro- as beuefloial'to ourfuttftctsv Tow, Hv t,wcnt,v-g,ro- a lm.d9 p.nd vSStfUo thick oi a ,?fP ISXSU m-G&- SE:' lubitioiuyta nS. BTi tho Fublic vonchpafed is argument i zrJi'i-ij iickaf R.K.-- . !rgrtftt. XtfXUS52GIXE.i Q;a4U.iS W'foNj? ilic oulv they claim it is it would a. "tho tariff robbery," "thieving publican pialform. He refenlftyc w" bt5f jr X,..,. for them to tlsrovrltT.iiercit--wiWnJtSJX ' y mj? BoXBKK; S. UOBBINS; 0110 Of not count, when by casting it for mononolv," Ka corir.pt ring exact to i',': ' iptcd tho useless yearly 6:u Axul 10 eu- & T? 3 InmA-,- I.T. Hi? Vi .JUVArv BUilUU Ui iiu..ivi viimwu, .atvuuus lor mu Mr. Elaine tlicy might svo' him ing tribute ii'om tlio tanner 1 t "V lUljHilie:icu. a rich the manuiaciurcr, ccc." W'iiiiliiirfs dTis eVii . :....i. S i.., i2A.i.ii. for my own nan,! can not Groceries; Stall largo, has comtnonced tho from defeat and thus lilaSfCT0 V-- if i r nttiti oxpJossidirof is that the tariff gives null robbery ouil uiiuv irwUUCf.iV' HIS PP.OPESSIONAI. SER. caHvae the State. -His up- - hibitionist X'residcut'iu tliDVJittc from $3 to $G to tho manufacturer naval ..TicBToUic cftiiens of liicLaati and and out- i, ' ' That Browk'sIron Bitters , 'Hifo.l ', tfnintmeMU. for ta present aro in iAUUiSC. Prohibitionists ofMine, a when it pays only Jji to the Gov- ir.g, also tho rf victnitJ.eV rooa in LacleJo Honso. PC' will cure the worst case Tiie tho navy which does not cxianrBu- cta, Stints, Linos, IFeofca, and ali klji Oflite Corner ernment. ' UsiniY Watterson. lkttt.Katcky of dyspepsia. Btatb whoso snmptitarv'hWs fire of l'ishing Tacklo ami Supplies, at !&& j opinion is thr.w Ho compared tho characters ffif ' Tiio prevailing , , . jjain. Uroceries onJ Family BuppHea au'yplher 'fefo ?? S'Pr ' is all the boue&tlnc maefKS ,. enmv. Crr. Olstsland was officially stricter than those 6fmwlerstaud th.at ?1 people over got. Tho Cnu-ri- c Blaino and Glcvelau aiul of ,rtSjfrIi3-ii?a'- vcij njmiii. Tlita Tone. Will insure a hearty appetite State iiv. tho Union,, tho hnprovetl po sition .?. o tho kUlccVof laie uomiuation at Al- - this and will vote for ?.r3SB!ainO and increased digestion. 3&i is my opinion," said Ur. s. 3DH &.. state how much Democratic party na being bejl mys- in nieierenco to tl-nSiuee of r,f Journal didnt manu&cturor than the war. The bloody slj WHyvNiTy, on last 'ttcgday, and ell yesterday, "that tne &G the tlitit 3 or Cures general debility, and EHYS1CAB AND SURffiON, tiB death of LoUey Patterson, Made a brief, but fitting response tlio Pittsburgh GonveutioTlicy kept as a profit. It didn't toll yon is won: out, iiaeoii nr.u iJxoi gives a new lease of life. say that jlr. Bhuno liSM,,mvUi thsit tlio jmmirfecturei had to buy tine ia oUitenuoti, tho Domoera PNew Oireau8, was tho result of jl tlN Gmjiittee'8 address. 3Ir. himself a consistent prMj&itiou-ist- ; KBHTBCit II.m HICKMAN, . .W iiift Lopui CDra.o vst&G 01 yemnr his material and pay hie hands eutl are utiuroKCli, while lsvuui:u a 1&k4m9kM iiotificil at SaraDispels nervous depression v v. a.i. itis m nTm irno tnii .. rii.i that Maino owes hei?Jellt litllUi"lgltOl(Y il''Vi"" wm.w. Hiol nmlir the manuiacturcts ijuns arc divided. ( Tbs test uaW of .a .: tCfew and low spirits. toga. "' to prohibition laws to hii'n afio dead nf l'FSIlB'ft,ivl roropsionnri scrTicsa ty rtiAndnaka. f ho nrtmctec. twkvk ZV4jic.i!i3 point uniniBiairai laiulo 10 par, cent, profit Jak , ,.. .?.r,....V.,'u f.V.v. r;r1 xiiiiiisiiiiickmaniauivisiuiirH rtC: r,.mr f THltOUilpO ro wi er of the Republican pajSgiu that ir" ' ijnnZGi$Qzjrz , "restores"arrcniSu3tc J nun ir ""-v Ew nL.H MSJM tkocsand Gorman 8 wlto ft()li 'illftj BW.l i .:.. n thr.t tl.rco unnirsir TJJ tlliliij - tlio ri m ; JilUJ TuTsatiPtac-tor- v l.jnd furuiahcrs v, ;;im ing mother to full strength iry to the production of such of laitoru;! gt-- tetts. IIo did i:q; lntaa HSci km to tho most radoil of tho Davenport, Iowa, went over in a and gives abundant sus v.u: that tho frrht would be eaev bn (W (li?eate:tho eoniuuetion of eo- W 1 and o.iu people, ?M at Lis .2.70 of tho t'3, thcCouricr-Jcnr- ot - bodyto OlcTelairJ and Hendricks, . be felt certain of tho victory o lur heat, vecretablo decay aud tenance for her chud. ITov.' would for ealo, at & Larson, m tJiUor election would bo the beet guar- 4o Have stated it ? if the uinnniae-ture- r tho eld tieket of 878, aa near a tkqfJrs8ay. It was Blaine's antee of tho application of the nal nmi - alo Stsblo of '. !.n J l.'fll and Strengthens themusclcs to it could bo brought outi i 14V "I anticipate no epidemic of L'E had FUVIB'ii record JU a Prohibitionist that did Maino idea to the General Gov-- notbiugSby, rcdnced his profits 0." publican predict ion tha t'.:o Dointfc; yellow fever this year. From ccrvc3,cnriclies tlic blood. reducing the pi ice erument. thgt TfonriEY Ar la1 (A and kctjt the cratie maiontv m Kentucky wn?J 'That I havo soon and read I think Tlio Maine iProhiOjtionistB arc or.odn man niuols. with his gcods? bo rcdnced must be pracllcaUB New Orleans will escape with tho Overcomes weakness, wakeout )&&? foreign 'Bfi?idurd?ii .To tao sensational publication Mr. Blaiuo's neighbors and con- - Then yoiVwould pay tho inttnafac denied, and by mewoy of Faye, exception;' pcrftaps, of a few imfulness, and lack ofenergy Agent to Colicctor.Reai Estate ttatQov Cleveland ouco wrong-kl- a stituents. TIiov o'adst this know turcr over 3.QOO,00,-OBZCJitTUO w!.en county, oaco in the luda of bkio ported cases. Tho yellow fever rOKIfJUHKK nuea whether he islGOinHhon RcpttlViicaaSjit nmsretum i,ft Keeps off all chills, fevers, would novor, afflict Now Orleans "wWow lady" under promise ffTCKMAlf. IvT. tiou, and tho tost oftho Prohibi- you pay yt yovqrnroout, vowm and other malarial poison. Conjnji'ssion erdja iTMMrriagc, there comes the rca- - tionists lhroifehoiittho country and tlso man wouldnft be making a Democratic 'uosnueJs- next niont if they word careful to secure tho f citv from ovorilows by crevasses CSWill attend procipl y tO Cll I.B21 cent. That'll a delusion. Xuv ly apone that James Gr. Blaine ought to bo willing tcaccept their Will infuse with new life SoutliMrestori yantl dykes. Memphis is doubt nesst a trusted him TUt CnttajBaalos. 3 ara nudity ctf oetrayiug an innoMaino Broth rcn'sacsuraucca to here is tho way tlio politician puts Keniock ana NorthTrcetcrit Tcnncpucc the weakest invalid. less wvfe. as well as the otnor cit- it: He says, ''How do the iiecopsiiy whi Keop slrrays oa IjrrsIj yrh .,,$&. Si.eCiiilatlcfitidn sivi to the invents I denlo re IPS aionrr mo auasiBsipm wmcu cent maiden school teacher. Such this effect. collect tneir bonuses? comnols one thouiftt as myself nojicfcLattu titles, aiu; lac pHrciiaao so Ckk-nL1MK. CKilET, hi. T Ws& St., Ualiitaore, Dec i8S plague.1 j For ix years I hare been a creal Simply by putting their goods up o.,ll tUn Miserable tdandortr are, a disgrace Jnmca Speod'a lor.aiRliic. Ro aAlerfttf&l-Esiato- . TiaaS Vote ,.ti? of ih.s r.nmitrr have been, subject to the CXpYSr." &j. G1SACS l'Ll tuffcrer too Blocd Diseaw, I)y9. to the price of tho foreign article, to Hie fact that nil day Sunday bj tiie politics of tho day. ShnUo. July 21. Tlio 2J". A Sotlrtrt'a Washington, IKpij.nndCoQitipatioiijandbcciiaa ' Will tuake cdnaees on Cot: .. d.bii'Itatecl thatl could notretalo jm publishes .1 let- adding on tho tariff duty, tho cost foro last the igs noateu iron UartforJ Talegmm.l Y. Herald anything on my stomach, ia fact, Com, &f, for eki TjfTE scandal mongers and filth of transportation across the oceau, rwnr lintl. limi' nf GoneTCSSi 7 life bad alraost becorae a burden. "3. ter from James Spcpd, tho cnly "Say," asked Murphy of yong mJt'l JlEilly.Trhen hopo had almost left .alingers arc at work on Gov. surviviug memberof Lincoln'! insurance aud profit, ali of which Trno. it cave a great show of is. DeJonc8, as ho saw that young . tnc, my husband teeing Bbown's consumers have to pay. Now anstry xo .uo ., i uu uni," tho i Hi A; Icon llrrrssi advertised ia tho R. T. Sytar, um man hurrying down a side street Cleveland's private bachelor life, Cabinet, written to afrieud in New to have made this statement cominns ai worn trial. inducod me ftp rjxr, cow taVlns to give it abcttla Yorlc before tho Dcjnocmtic Conthe third Lford'o daj", baifto sjiv nothing of as though he wautod to avoid a i and tho samo characters are prohave end have sot felt to well in tla vention, in which lie says: "Tho plete he should prico added the ilkA iJnfia'inft nf ilift lftW of fiOU meeting, "what's tho matter? iou UllV iVUf.IVV M I do at tho present time. bing, into Mr. Blaine's alleged of tho la- and of man, it was all a snain. j ait &sc?&, ConVdu-tio- u difference in tho Mn.I.F.Caran( action of tho Kepulilicau hilarious." gone Trm i.im.i' felii-- M, TPAftUfs mid don't look very fcaidJoues, grumpOh, how Kb EPS ail kinds of et&pl sad faiey disfra3sed mo. I bor, and tho rest would have ... has greatly n .U.i.V w "Uo, I dout," JIBXMAN, KEMTOCKY He further states to months lutvo boon wasted by tliF ily. y am not at all puzzlod!as to voting, as a bonus. such things are! The Brown's Iron Bitters : "A in N. Y. it ter class of people, Bepublicau or but it grieves mo tolhp- - under the mako intoplain store manimported vulgar trick df taking tno "3cas, ' "What's tho matter ! I ihongfct O O TTTlr. ATTIvKD TO ALL DUSINES3 G will have a better tonic '8 y of goes a hat tho of failing fovoto VrTfentrustcd to teir care. effect upon any one who Democrat, ought to frown down necessityof tho llepublican for tho hats j ho buys, ono. What does and nave'' of tlioso at tnat Capita you'd been to see your girl to- . and Conrectioneries. Office' Millet Bloo party. noateu night." Will b i.lesed to nominoo itwlr tiiAM tvf fliiy needs "bracing up," thaa sackfiauseating issues. zt hu old custoaicra, sndvrill fcth nti( thnik;:that such a ho pay for it? Ho pays tho twist no iiidtiairionsli' all Unit iat SuS "That'atho troablo; She gave It is shocking to fbeai In price and quality CsH sad it iu Europe, transportation, profit, cny medicine made. "Jb. us. "Qrricb rfalca and Stll Prtta.-Won'- t The Congressional Cornmitteo party couldput fortlLi'sach a plat- and the tariff duty, say $2. This clay ? Turn tofthe twentieth clnig me a bad'ctiso of malaria." form. Ko inoro of'ihr.t. But I rer of Kxodn and read on fell "3ralariaF' , be undersold fjakltf ;forlhe"Eighth Congressional Dis- - cannot vote for Blaine, and could 2 goes into the treasury. He dozens of pffgoa. You wi.l ni . i ot.a "Yes, 1 bad the worst-kinlis:, cresses tho street aad bnys a of the Sa:ba 'shake.'" strict in this State met at Nichol- - not vote for him omany platform. i.iada in 'Jfoksecchnactta. What that the " asvillo Thursday, to docido upon TJ10 foreign relatipusW thic conn is the most important of ali t dcos ho pay fc it? Why, iLc ATBncf Sf Wm Ab Ko HCkW a mode of selecting a Democratic try arc protty much iujjiio hand same, price, boeauee thoY&idiee eoaiiandments. argue atc;a:e :r all. 1 of tho PrcsIdenf?Mi)urir.g the to say why, or ;. BtT--i: rmM.) canu.'&iiofor CongrcPs from that sliort timo B!.hk aqfe Irnn Rrttvt 1ms added on tke tariff duty; then I implore yoa, do not learn to U KVVa. 1. t ICY. HICKMAN, At 11 o'oloek tlto other ovomig IE. Sa- ciaui the YatikeoV tho ?2 goes ft .jjiBinei. Alter ireo discussion a tary of Stato he exit ilcl mioh pocket iueieadinto tho trenry." Buisein a decade that whush tr man and his wife, whft wre g of 0 1 rcc rn. ryeri.urg roaa. 5 '$?' law as. Siftlrmjjji., Vr.., OliKtonSL . ?S?!G0r.LEGTIOX3 tradi ions of ,0C0yeam have w .. primary .election was called to be views of promptly ren.itle , in loud tones on' Randolph lOx hcuv Iliikio(.a. P. Adilre?H Kf; Now the politician would havo To any notlimz of nil Ji, r.b3tracts .of iltJoa s held throughout tho District, vot- -' makes mo believe imafsbould he you believe that th Yankee n.a Jc street, were accosted by an oflfcer ilUAHf fit anilities of God, I know not hi be electod PrcsiBeiitJijIwonld not .5 cro 3aea. (f. Davsj iCp,t5 J w:ifr6 ??.. "R T?i to wiih tho iujuueiioni - . keep qrJcit l bo dono viva voce, on tho only plunge us $2, which m no. rjuto .pftcp-- for- clear protit the .. -- . -ji . iujo it rttay &eam to oarers, but ' 'sixth da- ofSeptembcr next. a.!ll ue latuuu iu tuu inau u i.i-iir I eign difficulties autuld biing ao. Because Uio tariff is tho dif- fr?nc;acies or wv TrttrirfiM-we. vv .!., ' AXD led : ten our diplomacy intp dmrclmre aud ference iu the price of labor. He of tho nation defying-thIToil-- . .,s ,. ..; f. Seems to me thaiytw ottght to Slonr an a DrbACcr. mako us tho laughingstock of the d:OKlt have added tho difference mandtaentg, the tea 4EL33i .,' fxftf .IHt.ilWII lw lMau nrrll,fr i lMpiidtLiwgeaiji'a!ft KM9fe.-t in the cost of making tho haca, inirthelnw, is to mo deplot The JJanner still says that if civilized world. So . 1. Udl.Ma.H l ces WittK '1 , 2K?iKr ;TOli!d!do1i'tiIbfiP?asIfo avaNssi an? iriiicfut'tl 10 tne Kitl ctaiuiV, and lUMmmM-moJA- , BSeasa!ffia?MJffl?ni'?s3aije3 i.g.Btoue and Turner como to a jointIttnr rtrjTiv: noribriUiautcutowcaan a2 haXaiu&;tfJUL W,;ujcvkit-,- 1 rr tnfts'tt irnar prvc: lebftte-i- n r htrkav liic Svth r this district. Gol.Tnr- coBj)cwiaato-.vfor- EaoiriiiBjMwitei.. ytrtsrsTuoTirmtrii 'Sliting to be dono I want to come z2S.cia ??&7$hi oy uUr:c..j Hither. uwtilfdU ra'otrwlirwTsn'Tioad'coino one To veto for him would bc lie vo- hero arc nearly 2,(XiO arudes m one do ui tiio iiouso i. rt,. hero whoro I've cot cotaaJ V-A b eJs than Capt. Ston6to tacldc- - ting against the pcaco r.iuiMouor tho titriff sohodulo that few i.OiBrr. ..'-.-. DXAJ.73 v v harass and annoy tli u avlk.ii Ayi:ic.i ?a:vo. t!aaruir.n Mania KfAISirt!.'' chsaco to dodge her. about don't ptiilirg tiie ox out of I:o it know anytiti-.iCapf. Stone's Cadiz speech is only of my country. Then hisjjictter S. X a taste of what he will do wben about tho surplus rovouuQJgiaoii.-Strou- know whether tliey give or re- Vw ...w....., .vtu-tflty S5io 1M r.ot Doubt. vj i.Slee, Suit itHetnn,, Fcvr TALIAn.aSD AUZUlOKV! quire any protection, or the beliefs fall fast and tho steel It shows him tolho: uk they require much labor, whether m'.:,.' lian.N, OUilMtlim, .. If i.ll, .. or know "Do you doubt my kVG? asked ttor, 'i?Ur, OhaxME.in'.ti.jwl 5r i glitters bright in tho coming can- unsafe in his viows of the jfnunc-wor- k r Cjrr Si'id &i pui, MOHUTEIt'Ta, TOMB ... ,, . a fVrt.iinn Imsitnr nf n OnfliRiii tivi-l- cnrBltiy4, or lit pny vass. IIo is neither a Webster and op.a;ve 25cS Lower tirdH the It of tho GoVeniraentas;iu re- to what oxtont thoy aro manufac- DAAI iBVaTIaMr .miHIElllI TtTIll rllIFi ..- - -kt enarwleii rcr'tnve ifiieMiT, nor a Calhoun nor a llufus Ghoato, gard to Inteniatioual law. ,Bbuld tured or consumed, or who con- ui "w 4 1 bnvo no ol6rk.oxpPD8as' --j.v ceny dtf arors f? , but ho can and will warm Col. tho Domocrats give the cotlry a sumes ihem, or how they aro con- aay. "Tako ""'"u thai j.'w-.-- jjaas "Impossible," she replied, firmly. or mo.idjr rvfndi.ur. iMc K ioUmg pr bll?i KH. away fool's bt iijiu pny c:vn tor hu tiy U'rocerifv, aYt i u A tf Store. "Why do you say impossible?' box. rora.y.o x Turaer as ho was nover warmed statesman and gentleman altheir sumed; tho politicians should giro ble and shut up this house. Jb? r ll'rfor can 39t S3 Ctiean, RTthp "Bccauso my father nan a $ I AVING' rppbived TLlinc lat of Amur in this district, and wo daro tho candidate, I think wo hadlbctter us a little light on those articles ; quia Miller in Uouncr-Joumaes:. Bf et brHas of ?TJniiJ)-- T..f bank account," she said, a thonaad iCl. icansnd'Zlnllftu Marble,! 11m pre- ftar F .our, 2&02r.ts cSeJ.sr. thaa theJa Old Gsard to arrango appoint-sieat- s voto for him." if" thoro isn't ono in that know in or c C?' pared to wltli a meaning smile. Call aud cxaxain? u Jew York m Aum anyJOi KITTljfO; out of Congress for the two gentlemen. Tho i;.nf ?bj r ar rrork Tlio BIrtl:pIco of:ie CSalSra, Morning Journal. thing about them, and thoy havo ifermer, of Lyon will mako yoanjf OrdcrJTron tko country promptly iftlk!. tha iaW ball of Uallard" feel tho About thirty ycaro agqhca huddled them all up in lhtlo bnn- -i ttpckoiter Uolcn nut AdTOrtimT. mid ' ' tho city in which,. the Jask of a Granger's tongue andtho the Know Nothing ox citonieniwas dies and put a snmll.tariffof from Toulon, ... tt.. r.r.i n...AW1.nM , Tho death of child in How Gr sro-E-Coi , mm plo'w boy's rhetoric, as 25 cents oh thesa, CiUUlCia IliRUU lwO 11J.01. illiuviliuuwv,. lOTttti i ni. rr ftm "favj ander cir- stiaof a K..U " . .. .,..r its height, tho Kopublicacau 10 cents to enougu n a.. m srkciiTi(i & mw.1: cumataueea ansrirostivo of yellow V A ho never fcH it before, just as goon ai K I?i ' mMPAWV it any ao-- . is acanuit uity ui pa- which is cheap didato for !? , as Col: Tarner calls for the one or per called President cditeda IIBNTUGKY STREET, to the tariff, it ted at the heatl ot a aonuic ojij. fover, produced an impression on 2Tow, tho Kcnebec Joirrjiarr. count. SCIiEOKBie, provokes tho other. Princeton Init&icsuoiu tho 8th of llcr.ci, was never instituted for the pur- of the Mediterranean sea. Itj produce speculators in Ciucugo conotaatly ochsind for Mh KEEPa snle .upon ground winc.i nsw u claim Baaaer. ns hardlv creditable t lS55,an editorial article appai;B pose that mauy us payto beKere stands HORSES, BnGGIE3 and HACK?. gradually from the sea, and is shejr their intollicenco. Tho Preside?' t tribute to StOHO fa comparativoly a stran- of tho tonnor of which the fblfo.r-iu- g it was: to mako Having pnrchased tho stable., fctrffj' A ., the manufacturer ; but to diversify tored bva ridrre of mountains. c- !f tho sitA rfWl W. d..W.V... PA jSIIPJAUILK VklV tnvi nf TiVftltii and cntirs outfit of W. B. Plutstatr extract affords a fair ideav ger ia this portion of tho district i& Louisiana xt of tho Na- tenduig ronud maintains that yellow we propose to ccntinua tbo bUstarn,-- 'Andyet, with ther.o facts as ilio business interests home to a strongly fortihed,tno pay. bat the opinion has obtained that, and is ospoeiaira ?evcr is pennaneutly acciimaC ized solicit patronngo (UNITES tion, giving work and KAIL.) plain ab the light, demagogrfb&wiji however clovers gentleman ho tell us BOOT AND U peopic, v in taimtfiiTiR. troen ana nroma n ti,i l nn Tiricc'crixn portion I U1IV. UL that our foreign iinuilgraV largofurnishing of laboring for the enades, Tho Military tort is tno: aiici HIV X1U i,v ilUDOHIUi '1 viiftRtnt.iRt.irjil ri. :ord Rilftwq JOHN A. SCOLDER, PrcaidcnJ. might be, he was not thought to tiou is nothing hut a bencAtWeuife, and a market 2: s m. SHOE BOOTS AND SHQES deaths beJWegaal ef Turner in debate. and that our laws regulating it formers, for winch wo" all ought to r lai'geat on tho j.6ii terras can, ana that there aro ono or morj digea&e JOHN P. KtlSSlt. Stij.erintendfnt. Trcas. TiiEO. C. ZSJULUU. iicc'y- - anil fool craicfid and nover allow our ono of the most aduurabio ot. its. ,, Np.w Orleans from " Wo Kopo, . If proves to bo, tho joint dis- - need no amendment i,,.tA..,l.'iv. 1.:.1 UMUUIUUg V .n-n - rtnn .wvu SHOP. Jforth West comer of Moscow rcnuir'ejf VV nirno nearly 1J1IU, . LINE of bouts nnd Troy Atenues, Jiact Hickman, Ky and wo sincerely believo tbatrHhe selves to abuse. It is ono of tl&o ana ourrounaou oy vast uuummw; jnpeculiar every year. ri CSS A 11 , will bo interesting. , a combination of nrotract- grandest principles that has made Lonia to Mrmpliia, nnA a from St. day isnot far distant whenjthis OSatiafisction guaranteed. the arseual and floating (locks, a. cd InVh inninnratnrftnydl nmlnrinnR nno iron at. i.ouia lo Vick3 Heeps in nlock tbo verj Best Materials whole subject may be impartially our Nation prosperous aud given connected with the supplementary, AprH. Tk PriMry en the 3GJh. I conditions to rendeit virnlent. burg. it the name of great. Wo have ani keeps only tho best workmen. Wrlf CopKiKRis frequently' ask-- reviewed, by the Jaw making of Caotignoan and Mohrsijtho claims the germs aro always guiranteed. Repairing solicited"aoixasonTn. Government, andWuclt an advantaco (riven us by whieb arsenals , is largely uac yrte80ut. liffwlmt 9t. the piimary election wholesome restraints andjudi-ciou- s if not taken away will carry us mon. ... !... Merapltis bonts pass flic'smnn Tuesday v .t .T ...il.!tnT W. DIESTELBRIKK 5 OH, Ullli IIMUU UHU. iuuuo.1,1) nigbts, ages to - MewJkfrSttaf. The answer is, so checks imposed as wilhkeep succossfnlly through all onr pro, XIBUlargoly supported by tho naval f. omco all tlio ifow y.ork papers nighia. Tlmrada7 nights and Salnrdnr Vlcksburjt Sunday, boatB, are take ! THE BAHTER GROCERY Atfaaoer observation and infor' back tho avalan che of crime which come. If you, part away you '$ any note navo aeseriea uie xxc- - Wednesdays and Fridays. of It take works, which employ lu.uou incn.--i 01noucan from'Eil- - tection or any aiiitisa exteadsthat it does not threatens to fall upon us G0125G NORTH. t partyy'cxcepttiieiTiDuno, TtyTB. J. M. MOSTGOMERT, that rauch of our advanta- Tho most romarkablo feature :ot Tho original rope, and that then the jnstanU awayby loading us into a direct this city of 75,000 inhabitants is mz paper is ightmg its oatueaii ., Merapliis bonis piisa Hickman Tuesday - jtw"aatisftietien. to his friends and tbe public thaf ges Suod.-v; attaer Jejweeratsr with now and honorable pride of being an Amerinights. nights, Friday nighla and aiOUC. he bas opened a now and fresh Enpply of communication with foreign coun- 1.of if lif! n Kovrflrn. Anil it IS pack in & recent cartcaiuro Vicksburg boats Mondays, Wednesdays, ctlMwaa.exoeptionopposc ft and can citizen will suffer noblnslr scnts Whitelaw Eoid, all kinds f Fxaiix Groceeibo, whick ha' ha vo nrobnblv owing to this fact that tries. Our sjkkMMe itasa trick; and fwo- - from having our paternal ilightiS to rotrulato business thon will char-- tho city is now being depopulated Juo editor of tho Tribune, as a acd Saturdays. Steamers City of Hel "VTO Epacelo nano cil CTtlclcs, but ao trill soil as low as the lowest. He ia reaMemphis boats itself with that 1 dy at all times to exchange Grcseriea at tiilrda ef theiorisrinal cnrirntrnn-- bestowed in. full equality upoli When a big tattooed ena. Sit. Gcniricvc and JolmC. Maude. JJ troublejo sbow kooUs. actor of comnetition which for by the dreadlul cholera plague. and lyiec, at tho corner of Troy caeb prices for Butter, Ejrg, ChieSciis, oV thoso 8xzn 1 back a curtain and hands Vic'ihurj; boats 8ler.mcrfl City of WlAit ssaopmpro- - bold.'? who are ,not of tho honsc'r th sako of the poor class of our a -IlickairK, Kr any kind of marketing that the farataf-KMnjcVaagc-aiuata terribly dirty pair ot boots riovidencc, PcMe of Memphis, GoldDuat; and MoscoWivonuo. frienda amy bring in. The highest fool that Tlio Cstnttjn!s orsiarttlcr. country wo ought to try to obvBr" drops lua box and falling Chy of Cairo, City of Grccuviilo and - fmaT, ebetioti le beiag forced . Iii the- light of those scntimontS; -- laid ket.pnce alwsyB paid. Sew Tork World.! " ZEBW00LT2r. tw.vnglufBt oxclaims: "Goshl CICy J. 31. MONTGOMERY a B8Q. " is not. difficult to comprehend iate mffafest their aonvio it ,; ;The campaign of slander agaTnsf avy I got to do all this by rny-MhlnarhisltloBtstK for Slnlne. Gov. Cleveland, has auont spent , . afilaiiiHi f.Imaoorats m this dis- jfAMffiY ?S0CEE? 100 lies have been rlc!" FOIXi 7 jWVtjNSiUi with. dispatch itself. At least Boston, July 2S. in behalf of tkfiMt'tkat actively-enliste- citizens imprisoned by from Augusta, Mo., to A Herald put in circulation touching the fThe Prohibitionists havo inst tho II MM says: "Tho nomination of St. bills that ho bas signed or refused ilosed their convention at Pitts drdor-ofth' British Gfftrnuieut, ptiary.eltSbn; leads to the Tow, burg," and an entertaining session. O, V Prohibitionists caus-n- to sicm as chief Executive of John by tho yuaiMUMUU ,uwv iiMjre .wi" DO a as thoy might have beem' '- : Even York. It bas taken some tunc John P. St. John was PACKET COMPANY. o roioicinsr iu Maine. (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) pMrr.:aaMui.;vntA imiiAfT ' n.0c v rvm r j ' m f, for President, and TTnnl Dow. tho Presidential caiuli- - produce tno records, nut tno uiira nominated KHIWiSTK4 (i tOWWCVAt ions" extend to V J&hTiilfnu All kindscr ciil-Daniel for Vice President. vears asro. coes for are on the retreat. Tho assault Calailjrjipeeially, n& also by. jh- - Mr. Willis .Riago, kia letter iinf a nf four 40.000 or 50,000 avow upon tho Governor's private char; William The convention denounced both Ulrtino. The STAPI'AND FANCY GHHCEBIES ttOHi. the cohnties of from Frankfort, in 'taeClintoii ifc .l. ni Probibitionists of Maino will cter, mauo by a lew disreputable 1 parties already iii tho field, and Memphis, Cairo, Ballard , andfe bouse, albot voto for audcunport liim energeti land sensational newspapers, fa was very parucmsno sayxnaiair. ir u :' i'sv"v5 i1 OotntrtEiasllavored GfkveR.- Ddmoenitsayat.r'Louisville and nsaaliy kept in a rJ!P ajiriThe, ;Board ofr Mnalizers' & torn p'riw. cally. This may seem anomalous, based upon a Gcandal thatywaB ex- UEnne and Logan wero "bold, Ah lk- ' - ,a E& 4i for man v vearaonr gtill plodding agaiiiiiawrv.' it but tho fact is tho iuame jfromui ploded two years ago. Tjio reac-- 1- bftluiGii." TEAS; Steamers FXN0rjcXDlE3, " ' And Qr6W. in, 6.,tTM ibwaarliasod anon:' thr. wdl probably taket4ilaili tbiii tionfsts.havo always worked iu tion is now sotting gror SafellSC&MZAAT, ' TICKLES ANDY BAU.M. s Waatkat it would anu m- - One of the best signs in favor! JAMES W. GAFP, moiitk trcoaiplataij j accomplished their purposes ver uioveianu win and VIST BU1XIILE CZAKBS&IUES, nONINT. hmoui; the pariy,,but in thia it irndorthc:lawhey;-aaeBo- t crcaao frora this day until the 4tr 'of Cleveland's, election is tho de CONS MILLEn, GZ1TS raise through tho KepuDiican pany. GRA2UTE STATE, atgp ml, w mac w; wereanlfitalc6n,. or lower the naM'tDtnl. ba;t lightwlth which Jus nomination YES 5VEK r Wlientho Republican party was of iroveahor. and TttUr.S-- I . TCT OS) 3S& ts. arei deno'un'coil ae oquaiize- between: eawfiicg and temppranco was tiio has' hern naueu uy iu .icaiuag LT.day, nt p. ra., for Cniro, LouisTille JEiJf Umtery ItiiCnmoasnrod districts- - 'AtshMKt&r v.M originated Vznttlctil JoirraH liusihess men ot the country. connecting at Cincinnati Prdhialnlank: in tho platform. Tlio Tnke the "& StaU jorcl. ii: . ' . torn ll8elir.aa!weroi'fhR com" hiwiliAit nave a Thoy dread Blaine with his sensa- - wrthJtaUroada and Steamers for 4iHgar5 emcees Soa?si9 &e. irom xnoy tne., mi Maine law was on trial. Mr. rifn th .5tf "Say," said msjfl0w.W wis&iitiwaa differ Rowing valuation Candidate, qualities tipnal His W& Bhuno labored for it. of thopaper walked into a aKentucky-editor'- s as Hi afidpin and coruscatingthe; candi Mm Wcsiia asd Mr& ?m 80WJH nelbe nadorsold their .faith to par-tdistrict? Ynltohanlit '& & SI,-- Lt ealwtfcate.are&cts. maa,f' was tho leading organ the poli- - sanctum, KPd like you to support date who pronuues a qxuet auu Giving IhronyU tickets loalj pornt.' WillF7 faiigrio for Batter, Eggs, &c per acrcrBallartL.Q: itr.tT. became Prohibition and,J4ar "folclo, Baffalo, Uiobmond, New jat 6ra?,: .Ti me m tme contest." administration. Oracl-en,Us ClefTaadii. is . ,a business-lik- e i Sr nf tho Siato. For tho Prohrtjt York, Washington Gity.Psila.Iclpliia and " Call&way, J12. Iialalinll IkAtaa The v; A.. rm WW u EttsI, Korih and Western "Well," replied the editor, "I ? IIHIiOW iaeA tio.nists to dosort Blaino could .. . . - $16 'or ,ttL .. hi&u full of Bo3tonr End Lr. Belle iliver raute safe, Tfltl Hi csa't vote foryou, because Idoii't The State of Iowa ismajority jIij& messages "to tninfe is very fair: YaJteKon I hardly bo oxpeoted." and economical. ., ' think you are worthy of tho pps Prohibitionists, the large Would a w Xorife IeeiskitTiro Inmf, ft ilntca fiy thja hno cheaper tjian any. off haul bGinsfScpubllcans. Withl-7owXorlc, Indiana .ami on, aot nny nioro ko Tan a mnlgi4 ?'. &&. nrMkne iu an in tho Plrst fhuiiy if all these Hepub- - otner nr5tclaj, route, f.lrals nnd state i.V ad ttiirdyipartwanRhip. liigucrau.uuiiiiug ivfiasa.VEi ja t tho Solid South, ihe Pomocrats but I'll fill you what 111 do. .I'll it nofcbb Bajtsage. ckcckcdtiratash. Hcan ie.mpcrar.co men would is be. denied th at two mciies Bawet tte:;legitikiato ad that is, nearer its eaarjila .1 m will win. It cannot carrying tiose giveyoa win say youot etiuonarin theirOhibition ticket and givevote trip y PansenKcraas (Ticrety bh r.'spleadid the whicl tltid line, are a man. on . prospects for steamers' a.re all Call on ss&rast kTirikst? Jmmte parity wpre waoy, pat any district in, the "' ii their" 5,-?$?' & class, baling beep .fv lifl'Ui' 41icn 'flinEft 'nf greavaomtyf nigniy honored arwl S'atei- Cleveland andllondrioks ? firstthe accemmc.datfoH qf expressly bailt m awae 10? w peeplo, are paupers). No baAt jtfl pVscrrs., welnvorthy of the iiosiiioiir fer'is - p Tionis" proposes to celebrate for Mojr. .. ., wr tho llepublicansr '" Stxt6vesn be reckeji8?vr1 4;T,Spvh "S66" anniversary of tho dis- - baad. Each steamer carries' fall string twvdoilnrtf and :lT,rt imtli Ht BAiir doing great-- , ihj ury - iq ..,. aulntor- - j ' Geaeral Prplpht.LIGHTBUBSE, N reeewesT pro-9Hk- t the work ot.tRisiJoarkut It W. b1 Ticket. ,Ar!jit " 'Jfakeit even two and I'll trcat--V'Cl.J'""-' 'nnvftrvof Anienea will saeriaW r Ue,a gaide ftf A findort for lieredbpufs.,, O. p. a T. AvKMh-tn, "TtJc. i l.Q?.frojn , . 4, TfH-f " ero8 Msaroe etreetjM,cBis,le .yA..i.. tie pwps-toreirt."year, V-- , P. DEMOCRATIC ' TICKET. Tmtt TUtNIEKT, Tho GonricronJfei-oio!6ngiiiuot tho ProhiliioK ij&Vg' lug tlxcif votes a" Jolm. IIo can uot'cMli'SS Kt,.fn r.MH fti,.r.J: Trtsxtiki will f Fion tSio liirin" nad I'tiift Couricr-Jvtitfta- u Tor Uw US- - 9t$. frvXEMTOF VKOTECTECS TO I A3.? SWiUN. k can ( ow.ica. tfcc imitation of ' tt ' GlveJr,nd-,anlo-mga- ii, d 2ae i ttncft'lmra'u TiinnU TJHT s T:wrixr,TnK. TCV- - .rrflw 0.1 licvlv-forSR- S aTafoi'- -i- .r-f- 2l!-"- S" au. ". la lv OaifpcoiiloJiiretuinwi5'iavouattpijfw m taniS protection reprsouttt tl nv - npo0ivvijtt3y btfn.to aijudicnce of a:miYK tfsenFarconlcTr iWriYO EClmUift or mtoumimm auu njraiutr web cqBT former. benefit. If tt can be shown that tho ctuctcu ny a prceeseton wjtls f UT -- W. Hendricks .cluBK' Jiavc r.seen . laEadb. .I.T' T"l : '. .t! rcb8 w;a uwlvettj jaftifsxcr j j. v. f. iimclg . ; wtu," "'yn' 'ViBOWiA i0"' x BMiiyeni tfco BxpcshloM. ine J.u,.v zu. x LUU coimcr-donrm- u LU71L 3L DLICLCIUUIU Ifcvo f From being a candidate for tho presidential nomination of tho Republican party in 1876, to bemgan oncn adxocato of tho election of t tt' "V-1 uu ujcmntrramj nrcsiusniiai IIUUll jo a long stride, but igCin OtSSi, . Uastow 10 inc. .worn iJ oujamm " feor wo nreB I Slaei4fir.' as a cmiliilatc for tilts cite- office ol e !' WSCElt, W?ff at the ensuiugAusu.it - S3oiv Infest, Motv ISestorctf Jr.t r .t T jggffa IIIIMW V7 tls? utiuttMuot "aaghorizcci lb ahnottnee Cnpt. W rlelru.l h'tiinsl Winkrerf, liirolnnUrjr Srtat-rljnK, I miJt pjcy, Jlctoj ni.rl i Itical A. S"V&i& aKn(lilr.tc for the oiik-- of ln.pptlirjcats u Jlarriace t!.al!f, lierifioiiliuhbncoiuiiy at die ensuing ll X; :W"i aJ tfjnua-liti:i-sc Jcca-pacit11t-,li? tltJ, ft lirw fitltl n ftf Ir. CoTrcnTrIt!i or T. , i .- Ex-Stnt- o t'-- - . f i ! , fair-minde-d Blac-hlii- v ., .; -- - "; r " thof Bntwcto anvtlnno-jUko-.wlia- t Iws "? , ; u a -- - " th-cr- c 1- --- ;- .- - 'p5 r":;r"'u -- --- .. - ?,p. . uar-uamocra- uc cxti-avagjtn- t &Xlnff. rt'?$ Know ! . ,'- f - Family tJr.-.r- . "C " .- - arl T ' , - t- . F-SJEU- v- - B, 5 n IbLt. --- .. - - iuf - FOB SAL1; -- kc-ditluH- ; r ..r.-r-ITi- '- z i - r r- - 1 -- .v-W- I U- l.-- c t tu-tf"- . 'i-- j- mm auti-liccn- sc moi.-iturc.- Kt-pt c.:l - RAND 1 Tlti-KXJ- , $ e 1 - t KTHF - :" inatm-factare- rs '' . I.ottcf-'-Wli- y ot t, yi-lEL- Ul-j- -al to-fia- y CO - V - -- dis-gsiKii- ng o 1 1. f - VC2Z3 iittorneys saVo-'T- J.W.B0GEE8 II bet-y-- E ii IE .- S . - -- d 4 W t.i ifOEHlY ' - MW r ttar-rcUn- Iutci-rationa- l yit43 -- v s - . - 1 ( " -- 1 e . ijuf.l !aw-ifw- or 5 . AfAKiA, . i "' .- f fl "' VS: --- " -- 1 El nu:g-uotio- m 5?: ' . itsJ A'r-.- Ai-.u- k rcj-r-- -- ar 1 i!-- n ji y " iKr-sou- . g s. ,.. 1 s i-- .... -- ,- - ? . a ,',,'& " . r w - ! .- v 1 1 t! Low: six-fign- ro . N. i. iH' t. - .; 2Ili-.tlcr.2oi- " . a BIU L'lOI'iOdUllti -i- -?- "-" T.-- 7.. jk ... - . 1 '. - . - t- - "j 1 . - f n.T livery sticks sale Fapjs' Pakkee, -- . - -j V w -- u . , i :- 1 w 9T Mil -r- t r: U- 1 . Y E. GLAZIER. - : i? . . . ppv-erofo- ur " J anip-DUiioin- g -- ; " "5 - 4-. Family e annonB--Xvic- co '- -f -- . hoot-blacl- r. -- f""8 1 andp-w- I E-is- t f l - ,'- .I- jj;tt - - V . . d Irish-America- u 1 -- n o " R E. 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