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'"V BALE BIX.IS, ' ' r f j ErrELOPES, IiETTBB-HBADB, " ClmtonrcW. J " - '- ?- "g fo,..1'.'r ltrr GEOHOEARfcEN, Editor. ,''"'. I r:::::" 3- . Jte - ' : '. " z- &SBp 3IXiI--I3:EA.X3- I0X7TCT-A- . I - TI OKI S . yorSu "' v HCTIOOL 3 M t i" r rI - , success. of f ,,( nni. llnqi w lit "outbreak.s" at tho in thoKlirection that Democratic bo no re- ncss thi3 plea. It is astute cnoujrh reason wny ur. uiamo miouhi uo ductopinion of tho Chicago there can lhey perceive to comiaohend that such n plea in be ed President. The organ aforea'd reto goddess of re n...m. .( South, accordingfactsMr. Blaine, and ac-- form of auy kind a long as thc Repub- half of a candidate exploited as the gards thc failure of thc Democrats to Sews In the the !i.i . 1 imiuiuiuu iu cording to tho in tho case, have lican party retains its corrupt hold on friend ol Irishmen should bo accom- make their light for General Hancock form" U a ".Milder" "from 1 oston or been "occivsioual" and "evceptional," the Government. JTf- - TC'x, for. Avoman better encouraged, man down that panied by evidence that Blaino s '"-"- ' as a con- - Massachusetts or somewhere regarded as the andcachoneishopcf better helped and God better honored." 2 Ti tfi'""""J avvuuo to jjicihhi-u-l It is worthy of note that cer) objec- original views have undergone a foitr years ago uj on this issue ior, as way." If the "widder" hears of this ueiu, out overv lmueeinty. luslVe proit ot Neivs Oms of the.five missionaries of the in National politics was closed to him. last. If nothing in the way of legistion that has been made to the record change And, knowing that there is no Horner's B'f'.y their cartooned Mr. Lincoln m1k will say something to tho lation is proposed, ami tho Federal American Sunday-schoCleveland,eithr by Repub- such evidence, it t oldly takes tiio bull in 18'J2, and supported General of Govomor Union in Mr. Blaine for years controlled the nin. interference has altogether, and licans or by Democrats, pro- by thc hbrns, applauds Blaine's Kuow- Texas sends a list of schools organized Federal patronage of the State, and diNnsby, who is still intlicting his in 188c, it would of courso havo t ceased by him with fifty-on- e teachers and 561 rected the action of the Republican or- very properly, Generalunder Republican ceeds from some interested individual, Nothing record as published in the been easy to convince tho country that ' bad spoiling ou the innocent and help-- , Logan and his from somo porsou who h:is an ax to scholars among the colored people of ganization at thc same time. He used rule, what do less patrons of a couutry newspaper, Free Pifis, and bgs us to "Do so the latter should not be ole.led. o one ultimately connected some more." sen-- i Texas, and of fifteen other schools aided Hi power relentlessly to reward his fctalwnrt sympathizers mean in bringing grind, 3. Thc English newspapers have declares that John A. Logan's to thc front? with the people, no one who has real the "outrages" ly hini, Tiaving fort3'-thre- e teachers friends and promote liis own plaus, and There is but one again It is ajploasitra to oblige a coutcin-- j spoken favorably of Cleveland and un- tonces aro grammatical and fore blc. explanation. They sympathy for thc laboring classes and porary so desirous of informat'on. We certifirindoOl scholars of the same class. to crush into submission any one who hope, as one of has ex- for all classes, has thus far mado any give, therefore, soine additional illus-- j favorably of Mr. Blaine. The lattor's General Logan should have this their free with Tfee'cityof Boston maintains one opposed him. H was always Cincinnati's organ makes a specialty of cate framed. pressed it, that there may bo "one more objections to Governor Cleveland's Xorran), ten Xatia and high schools, promises, hundreds of which were nev- President in thc bloody trationscf Blaine's prescriptive spirit this jio'ut, and urges it as tho most Evidences multiply that the counshirt." or any complaint in regard to tho toward 'foreigners, and especially potent reason why Mr. Blaino shquld try is ripe for a change. It demands Jifty-onscores of instances grammar schools- and 104 cr fulfilled, and m The and Ijrimarychools. In addition to these, he promised tho same office to more characterinsincerity present unprincipled manner in which he has conducted the toward Itis.h men and Cat holies. One bo the next President. bettor government That can only bo Republican of thu than one man. His duplicity in polities leadership are perfectly illustrated in affairs of thc great State of New York. of these tho palliation by tho Ken-- j the following special schools are L Mr. Goorgo Jones, who owns the had by a change of executive and civil for deaf mutes, two for and in financial affairs made him many this attitude of Blaine and Loirau. To Governor Cleveland lias managed to ncbec Jowhh', then edit d bj- Blaine. New York Times was born in England. servic e system. In short, the supremo licensed ministers, an evening high enemies, but he contrived to maintain the former, who "pitched into Jeff Da- render him-c- lf obnoxious to John Kelly, of the burning of the Catholic Church Every newspaper advocate of Mr. demand is a purer administration of tho Man. "Just this: I'm living in a neigh-- , school,, thirteen elementary schools and his hold. When he got hi "iriends vis" to make an issue iu 1870, and as any honest, conscientious man would at Bath bj a mob, the ground of palGovernment Indiana Sentinel. Blaino is expected to publish this stato-meis liation (M4"g tho alleged fact that a borhood whero there are a great many inevitably have done, ami tho result live evening .drawing-school10 imcsi ..im.',vw m Boston aim nuijruuors So far as Blaiuc's nomination mischievous boys. In fact, tho locality at least once in each issue, and, thc bloo ly shirt in the Maine that Mr. Blaine's fuglemen are making filled with Catholic Irishmen ' Herald. uie secuniies 01 iuu xuh aiumi it as the Times has observed, all of concerns himself it was thc mistake ol is so ot lbSO, was assigned the n desporato attempt to carry thc Irish carriage don't see what peofull of them. drove" through the crowd and dis- thefar The revision of the Old Testament, Little Rock Railroad'ho told them that rolc'of organs are obeying their instruc-- h.s li:e. He could better have afforded ple want with so I acificato whHo to r.Flhtin many boys. Common vote, having already bought up such turbed as meeting which was taking and that John m vas intniated tho his own mon which, it was hopftd, would be out this he had put tions in this resnect" to the letter. Mr. to go down into history wrapped in the C0leni Another illustration is tho Jones, as a matter of fact, happened to drapery of Garteld's memory, than to sen-- ought to tell them that the market year, will probably not make its ap- thev were cettm them on the same j task of prolonging the echoes of the old Irih newspapers as an in the market pla-- e. " is overstocked, and This is as far as the Blaine campaign Jounutfi aiiiiroval in t pearance beforo early in 1865. The terms, as himself. As was afterward war cries. Noither expedient will save be born in Vermont; but as Mr. Blaine be known to future generations as tho n movement "A producers' has procceuaJ, and this is not vory lar, liko the. following of the doctrines began and has thus far conducted his defeated tattooed candidate for tho proved he had not put a dollar into ?utyfifth and last 6essionof tho ,.., k;i-- ' . t.n 1. bo conceded, for no sensiblo which Key Buntliuc was theti preach 130,000 of land tne party, llio ueicat winch it orjrau revision committee has been held, them, "but received campaign upon the theory that Mr. Presidency. llichmowt (,1a.) Stale. icd and invited at Chicago, in tho nom- it must suggested the Thin Man. bonds and $32,500 of first mort- ination of its ticket, will suroly over- !iuu uouusb irieiiniaii wm voio ior iwi ju.rj ibut mouths must intervene before tho grant i Junes was actually born in England it The Republican party will cele "Well, yes, something of that sort. Republican candidate for President with No on wtio it aeiiimlnted with the coiuplGte'workvcan be given to the pub- gage bonds for "placing them" for War- take it. VosiOH Herald (Ind). country anI othor countries can ilciiy would of course be unfair to expect him brat? its thirtieth anniversary next Yon see tifese little rascals have got in" the idea that he proposes to free Ireland of thii ren Fisher. Thc worst of it was that thc very lic Nothing is positively known of in his plans be for thsro i 'rons or to ongage in war with (ireat Britain, tbat tookiim tbe right roctlon America ami to change enemy. Sonow in Mr Jones month. John A. Logan shouldearly the habit of pulling my door bell just case of other purchasers tho land t "jcuveni Efrect or Butler's Candidacy. iny changes .niadc in the old rerision, face of the present and give a bit of his mo come greater protection to nut foroUiK'M upon fitcti h proutiuon mm will have to sta born in that or lie will alloi'd the rexiscra.on.Jbotli .sides of the At- grant bonds went with the other securiEngland so far Jhistdrj. How many slaves did Logan for the fun of hearinggot to be a to the The candidacy of General Butler is to that 10 become terriAnieriosn citizens abroad than a thuy wKI ba? an opiKjrtmmy Institution door and swear. It's ties as part consideration for the money for the moment attracting considerable lantic having.kjtpt their pledge of pomcwbnt ii'siuHluteri with outas tho Blaine press is concerned, until ownHhirt years ago and what became ble nuisance, and Sarah antl I put our Such an idea nntl forms of jtwcrinnent thoy nre re- after tho November election. invested. When the failure of thc en- attention in the newspapers and among Democratic President, Times: l of thc cruel bill which he had passed in participation in heads together to find some way to stop terprise came Blaine was smart enough the politii al quidnuncs of the country. would be foolish iu tho extreme, for it ceived into h full and Amer cuns lire put on 5. Tne Harpers wanted to print Mr. the jllliuois Legislature against the The new missionary ship Morning to it. We just wanted to scare thom not is not to bo supposed that a candidate its Hdnthtitra'ion. avert the indignation of Maine people A little rellection must convince any probation lor t cnty-otircttrs. ami liuvo to Blaine's book. Mr. Blaine gave it to negro? IlicJimonU (1 State. .Star, the fourth of the same name and hurt them, yon know. At last I inlor President who deliberately declares undergo a ooixant tmlninfr Hnd oducatlon another firm. This made the Harpers by takinir back the securities ana re- - one that as a .National . n misslonyvas Jaunched recently at Bath, stonnjr their money. Retting Tom bcott of the fault finding Repubtin- - theory into all vented a great scheme. I bored three , .,, it to be the intention of his party to put or our the detHft- - of beforo theyand practice angry, and therefore Mr. Blaino ought , cn ,,, , nnn. f,. , Me. Bhe has steam power and cost lican papers arc grieved becat se Gov- gimblct holes just back of the bell knob . ?" "" " " "f.7 " "" v"l""a stop to Irish and Gorman immigra- to vote or hold o.Se, an 1 j ot lminyare allowed to be elected. tn tot-- , the .,hnn,Unft' Jii hfinds. it il foreurners he" will jrot may affect $45,000, jof which $25,000 has been subr . ,li 7t ernor Cleveland does not resign hia and put powder in them. Then I fixed permitted t do the same in five years d ativeiviewvt tion can have any great sympathy for G. Somo time in the oarly part of this scribed." She is 180 feet long, 30 feet cnargeu, ai inc expense 01 uie uuiun pa- the Demo ratic and Republican candi- tho Irish voters in this country, or for tire after they oinenre from the dHrkneM of Mr. Cle. eland has learned office. on behind, so that some of the century Mr. Hendricks nude a speech something from Blaine's experience. a percussion cap "beam and of 450 tons burden. She has cific Railroad Company. dates in two or three States, the candi- - the unfortunate'Irish across the water hiiropean detx.tii'iii, ami in ed when the door knob was pulled it States Utf J' have been sintiKK into till the crit'ei-m- g Blaine's true character became pretty ,1.1 ,. nr f:,. .,..! n..fir . :.., the Administration of Presi- Tho last office Blaine held he resigned, would explode the po.vdcr and give tho very Marge sails to adapt her to the ' who have for so many years been tho rUtlits of citlnjhl in much lo time. well known to tho people of Maine, but ton t 15lller victims of British tyranny and opprus- nt!cal evcnU Gon light winds of the Pacific. Her Blaine's paper also copied with ap- dent Lincoln. If anything woro needed ' and 'he has been out of a job ever little racals a good fright" at ashing- Blaine's fitness for tho since, with fair prospects of being a nt3 no prInt.jpiei and niA OTon a sion. will be to carry mission- he was strong, politically,upon the party ro proval the resolutions adopted by tho to establish Mr. is "That was a great scheme." ton, and had such a hold t Presidency thU regarded aries and' 'teachers between the difler-e- in sentiment. He and his followers can Tho advantage of the situation thus at their Bangor meet- Tho Jew Vork Tribune is as sufficient tramp the rest of his political life. "O, cs, it was a great scheme, but the State that there was little chance not become tho nucleus of a new party. very conii-deislandsof fh& Pacific Boston Jour- of success for a revolt against him. An Cincinnati ing, ono'of whith read a follows: far is undoubtedly with the Domo-ratit kickc I. I tied it all up to work liko that no one b'lt a pharison would He stands for no principle and in no nal. Mno'vot, ThHt imtite Amertcttitism, JThc Portland (Me.) .ltfcerwsr, a clock, and yesterday afternoon Sarah attempt was made at an independent wa that is intelligible proposos any re- hnd there is no reason to belicvo that Mr. ttep4J-tuieare will be auy serious changes. Tlio stone of our order, equally Hie foundation olo t toGjvernorlaiue's election aftor (lnd.),publMiedin Mr. Blaine's State, and I sat quiet in the front hall awaitr movement, and General Chamberlain form. He repreente neither revonuo there deervinjr our loading ancient FQXtiENT PARAGRAPHS. says: ".lr. Cleveland's strength as a ing for thc boys to come and take a was the leading adviser in regard to it. reform nor protection in such manner defection of Tammany has been over- consideration, awl that before jclriu our n support t any man, for any olllea, we speech, which, by the way, that gontlc-ma- candidate consists in h s conservatism, will pull. Presently we heard a step on Nature "combs the rooster's head, He sympathized with the object, but did as to attra t the support of men of dif- stated and overrated a fact that will liHi)r.itivelv detHaiHl Ins entire commit declares he nevr delivered. his straightforward business methods. tbe front stojp, and Sarah says: not see thc way clear to success. The ferent views on the sub'ect of the tariff. fully appear on election day and all tiillnfuvurof these great and cardinal prin hut man has to comb his own. PhilaIf there are anv ot'ier arguments (?) j his exceptional standing with the mde There thev come'.' 'Keen quiet,' says thc other signs are more than favora ciples. disaffection was, nevertheless, so strong As the candidate of tho Greoubackers delphia Chronicle. is in rernow there'll be fun.' Aud just then Duriticrtha se sion of tlic Ma'ne Lorii- An old doctor sauI that people who that thousands unon thousands of Re he is tho cpo.ucnt, of nojhing uqw at ble. The revolt njrahi.t Blaino VjVr pecfaeithhe-- lie I; door bell was jcrRed'antl- thopow? the publicans went off into the Greenback issue before tho country. It is" utterly tnurva7rSltn;aiiiflHut)iIliiliiiurcor' lUUIreTTi!Tir55iwhilojlJlninowa8"l,tf tfUU wereprompl'in their payments always by lionest and conscientious control if the Journal, the bill which der went off with a fizz and a bang, 'recovered from their sickness, as they diversion, without having any interest impossible to galvanize thc fiat money ruptiou sorving his country and not otherwise. and there was thc greatest clawing, Thc nomination of Mr. wo hav already ruienttd to was passed, ic party andileotho "splendid a in its ostensible object. They tried to idea into new life. The circumstances Republicans. "' werewgood customers and physicians Blaine as situplv the excuse for a ' deprivinz the courts of power in Thc work of collecting money screaming and tumbling down steps of tho Republican party tho coiitd'nol afford to lose them." Chicago have1 Chamberlain lead that movement, under which that idea had or could havo movement that has been gathering naturaltiation State casos. Une of tlio Times has failed to dNeo er theni in tho from Government emplo es goes right that I ever heard in my life. 1 jumped but ho declined. Their object was in- anv vitality arc parsed and can not again TribtliiC" strenctn anil volume over since uie spcuchoc m support 01 tins 0111, muuu columns of the I lainc? press or the on. This matter is chiefly noticeable up and threw the door open, and there direct against Blaine. The iilsjUie.eavth round or fiat?" asked was revolt Greenback vote went result be "revived. Tho vaaruo name of "Anti- - Credit Mobil'or cvpoiuces, and 1. ' l1- - a prominent g and because the nractice of thus raising lav Sarah's mother in a tit on the sideup to Monopolist" is intangible, and doosnot that the n njejubVr of a .school committee of an. 41,000 in 1878 and 47,500 in 1870; the extends among a class of Re- warm personal friend of Blaino, and speeches of the Blaine orators. campaign funds is in flagrant disregari walk. She'd just come to town to give Times. appUcanfcior the, position of teacher. appeal with sufficient directness to publicans that pi idea itself in voting published iii full by the latter, contained of every profession of the party whic! us a surprise visit, and had got caught Republicans wero in the minority, and AH the exW6IJ,H'ib riot particular about that," the Governor was elected by thc Legis- voters to have any power. The ele- m behalf of tho moralities. The thc following suggestive passage: on that inrernal door-knoWhen Doctors Disagree, Etc. is engaged in it, and. because it illusreptipdJheAcandfdatc. ''Some likes it lature. Out of this came the fusion of ments of an important and crowing or- Blaino ticket is supuorted by tho Koine 3 lesions are atnonjr us, iiuturalid trates the hollowncss of Republican planation in the world would not satg American And thoy Republican journals are not agreed promises. What is the value of party isfy her. As soon a? she could stand roundVtMid some likes it fiat. I teach Democrats and Grcenbackers by which ganization are utterly wanting in the and class. and as tree to vole m0anmay jtay away thee as do vote. Whoever hchemes of which ho is now the central grounds uron which the pres- pledges which bind their authors not a up she went oT vowing wc were savat both ways," GoUen Days. And did) the Republican party was defeated at figure. The history of the country af- This is its strength, and it is a strength will lie sun: 10 be at tuo polls. tbe noli- on entto tho political battle i to be fought In moment? we are not at all disposed to underover known Catholic to ko to "Kecpff the grass" is the familar the State election of 1880, when it was fords no example of a party ages and had made an attempt on her who ho should vote lor' He alwajs view of the great depro-sio- u springing rate. in busisignhi-lawn- s and parks, but in the gar- led by Blaino in person. A dispatch to aRepublican paper lite to get her property, nnd this year and in acoordnnee with a ness and the widespread dissnt sfaction votes up whic h had no central, leadmc visi The result in Ohio iu Octobor is far plan frotft delcnd den of tc gentleman; who had been before 'olnff to tho well tinder-tooAll this Greenback and fusion comstates that Governor Porter (? says: we will nave to do without 'I Philadelphia bothered by thoughtless visitors, there motion in Maine was in reality a revolt ble puqiosc. Men do not in large more important to tho Republicans place of vt In jr. it hut plan ioniums a worm among all classes, some put in a pea in "New York will go Rcpubli an by a and country butter." v, ry roots or tho nature of a confession and avoidperiod of weo boajd with the following words: against Blaine. His character wa bodies. a'id through a ejgageaTd tim o than it is to the Democrats; for if thc out or sight, but jrnawsat theMiltinjc. indka-tio-In who-as This is bringing it Chronicle. hi'tltutkui-'American forroile ance. Others undertake to bull It right nice majority." Democrats should carry tho State tho tho cne or Jonah sifourd. Is tho tirl "Pleasedo not pick the flowers- with- known in his own State then, and itjs sufficientontcrpris'es,tion, ol . Tills power through, a'id declare there arc no hard down to a fine point Wc often hear C. 0. I). pol'tical or other, Blaino campaign would imm diately in RjaveT?' Some wag got a that pobon is secreted the.-oout. equally well known now, but State pride without a strong and bus alrooar to an alarm. njr extent got control times nor dearth of bu-- 03. Of this overwhelming, immense, grand, great, mod collapse, but if tho Republicans should of our school?. In many extensive and ImA man who had not been long inthis lidded an "s" to the last is enlisted in his behalf. For the first ma orities, but l'rotost-an- t is thc l'hilndclphlti lm,utrer, an handsome and good tive They can not be enlis'cd and word'-iAT,.in it, Graphic. when a majoriiy is whittled to a "nice" country was employed as a domesticwas time the people of the Pine Trco State lield together without uch motive. In- carrybe tho Democratic canvass would portant localities in this country tlio School class the Ihuie is which says: materially affected, since it is iifronu andistiorcd in nnd schools. not disMipcrintondhm enthusiastic Blaine organ, wo beg.n to think what a little a family, and upon'onc occasion he Whistle all the time. Sing the think they have a chance for the one, teachers p to telligent readers need not be told that "The "tores aro by sent to the express office to obtain a rest of the time. Hum a bar of every tinction of furnishing an occupant of the candidacy of General Butler is en- well known that Ohio is a Republican school corairltlees are electedschoolCatholic the usual number aU open.and ai ar tnobve thing may overthrow it St. Louis facof'btiyor in them; funds, The Germans carried thc State votes and inlluence. and Hie package He was about to leave with ' new "opera ' incessantly. Drum on the the Presidential chair. It may never tirely wanting in the feature necessary State. and shons and mills and mines are alt tories from his attention to operated, ami oenain'y there aro no for Hoadlu at tin last election, aud it derived almost rxcmdioy proslyl'metn.f perverted table-wit- h education, is your fingers and pat the tloor come again. Most of those who are in tho foundation of a party. for literary If ever an old political rat got his it when the clerk called except wcrKliunnon js well known that they are D. and made to subserve Kotnati fooinrianKm id c a s nke" for about, ivajre. or who are with, your foot. If your friends do not Republicans arc ready to forget their shorter tail mashed that idential rodent was the three letters C. O. on hishcr Too of tho parties of tho The For that and other reasons, and determined that the coat or power Top, day. or for the mtrpoe of punielilnjr nn em- William E. Pat hal no idea what the letters thall placa von in a lunatic asylum after this animosity of thc past and shut then-eye-s present initiative as those which have has Chandler, putative Secreta as well euv le wonll guessed at they are not fond of Mr. Blaine, ami be in the the 1'nited Slate of America. Our ployer for presumingnil to WAk innfimrntont not- ry ot . you will be warranted in buj'injg a corto the known character and the risen and passed away, had a distinct, no veniurca la meant, but he cleverly I r n unmnitmn . the jsavy, when IIUIirit'T with all hour blossinjM - nmii!nt .. .....A. ....... "... net, llute, violinaccordion, or hiring a unconcealable record of the candidate paramount purpose, which could bo the outlook is that they will vote in Oc- inmtnrinrws of sajtreeiihlo to him. Kverybody vrh wants controvert tho facts anil conclusions them. d to us ns Protestn! ami fr-- men lie has doworn and "It's all right," he said; "tho owld and sunoort him because he is a Maine understood and soized upon by tho tober as thev voted in the Governor's termined to mane i'n iiihhhihimi mmiiuitub, pcf them. wuges, and go d wigcj, too, can sta'ed by Mr. Hendricks in his recent piano. i'awiaiyc. election for the Democratic ticket Amoriertii sontiment now nrouseq Lot not tbs man. But General Chamberlain has a people and which capable leaders could Hendricks man's good tor the jnoney." "My dear, look down below." said We vonturo to say this is not in ac- speech at Indiauapolis. Mr. With New York almost certainly subside. Permit it not to slumt or. "But you know what these letters say, . MR Caudle, as he stood with Mrs. Cau- conscience too pure and exacting to urge with passion aud argument. The Democratic, and Ohio probably so, Should, our contemporary desire any cordance with the current cxpcr.enco of re oins and puts him to open and appar- Pat?" is completemake it possible for him to sharein dle on a high bridge and gazed at a tug movement, which was led liht, either on Blaine's connec- the country. The bank clearings the ent shame. Mr. Chandler "Indade I do. Call On Dad. It's as Blaino too byamesG. Birnej in 1810, was in- there is everv reason for believing that moreanS svmpathy with tho original labor reports, the sales of merchants, ly and forever knocked out Next! St. hauling a long line of barges. "Sucn this enthusiasm. Ho knows Indiana will tio brought back into the tion piano as the noso on your face." is life, "he continued. "The tug is like well, and abhors the qualities that make spired by a single but powerful idea. It Democratic movement or upon his the voice of innumerable labor societies, Louii Bcpubliran. g column. Mr. Hendricks There is almo-- t a pathetic truth in public character too earnestly, to took hold of the reason and consciences a man; working and toiling, while the up his The Republ'can party has has already demonstrated his earnest- more recent maniiestations of the same tliu hundreds of stlent mills and thouthe understanding couvcyed in this old smother of men. Though in that vcar it polled -ljarge?HkeAvomcn. are men whose records aro clean; story. Many a man is hounded to sands of uncmplycd operatives attest ""l know," shut his eyes to the past and m ness, and, as he is the most popular prescriptive spirit, it can be accommointerruptdd Mrs. Caudle.sharplv. "The ms (.onvu'Lons on but YjCin votes the vital prin iple it man in the State, there is no reason to dated. But if it rcallv has any faith in that the businessand industrial condi- but it is conceded on all sides that aU death by the unreasonable calls made importunity tug does all the blowiug andthelnrges pride. He would yield to candidate to represented found a permanent lodg- doubt that ho will be able to neutralize its pretenses that Maine is gaining sup- tion is not at all so happy as is here rep- most anybody the Republicans could upon him by members of his family sufficiently to invite the bcarall-thburden."' There is 'little actual want havo nominated would have leenless ment in the minds and hearts of the efiect of thc Republican corruption port from the Irish t should sti- e its resented. educated up to this very, end "What is your price a week for this the Bowdoin College Commencement millions of people. In 1814 tho samo fund 1hat is certain to be sent into Indi- curiosity on this point until the cam of tho sheer necessaries of life, for there ob cctionablo than Blaine. Blaine's who arc by himself, at first in that fond, slavish room?" asked a gentleman of a seaside and make no demonstration of hostility leader received G2,,100 votes. Holding ana. We think our readers will agree paign is over. Ddrc t tree L'rcss. can be. in this country of abundance, record can not be hid nor in any way spirit of indulgence which thc Ameri-- .' own. . 1 1.:., landlord. The price was named "Does against him, but his vote is his think- up the ame leading purpose, in 184S with us that the Democrats situation but little. But there is room for vast gotten rid of. The resold is Known other hon st, improvement in tho situation of thc and road of all men.and thousands of can lawici msp iijoijit .nn uio wiiojmup, The ''Irish UnJerJow" for Bla'ne. that include the ocean air,, or do you Perhaps there are in Maine who, with-ou- t that pnrt, with Van Buren as its can- is more than satisfactory. There is no kind of an unthinkif it were some Republicans have already said: It will as mechanical pet, nnd afterwards on didate, got 2S!,JG:J votes. commercial and prod ctive classes Iu 1852, confusion, no fuss, no blester. The charge extra for that?" "Well.1' replied ing Republicans ing One of Blaine's leading organs, the incurring thc discomfort of trying John P. Hale, as its representative, Tho Chi ago Tribune, a leading Re- - not do. Exchange. Jandlord hesitatingly, a's though he the campaign is moving forward quietly Philadelphia the unfailing principle that they who syman editorial tide of local i:(,H9 votes. In IMG John C. and with confidence. In no Presiden- headed " TheJ'r.s, has Und rtow feu publican journal of the Wost takes a wasn't'theman to charge for anything to resist the thesoldier-scholaro- feeling, Bow"A prominent Democratic politi- - sow the wind will reap the whirlwind. Ir'sh thathe'coiild 'poibly aflord to give pathize with and will i not vote for a Fremont received I,;W6,.i7S votes, and tial year since the war has the Demo- Blaine," which undertakes to prove that WllOiiy (iiuereui uuw w me suimuuu cian said yesterday,"', a cording to the Call on dad. in 1SG0 Mr. Lincoln 1,860.. 152. The cratic party ever had more reason for from that presented by its Eastern co- Philadelphia Timei, 'Am the authority awav, "that depends! Of course, if doin College Business is dull, notes must be met, the "rcat bo ly of Irishmen will vote the adjutor. Noticing an alleged improvemad they know to be unworthy of American party with the one leading, hope, or a better excuse for indulging in youkeepyour window open all eight I ticket. The figure, "Irish ment in the business of the country, it of a New York delegate who was ono but appearances must be kept up. Mrs. & Y. Times (Jicp.) distinct object'of disfranchising or reshould e.vnect t add a little something: of Cleveland's warmest supporters in Shoddy is going to the sea siiore. "Our Atlanta Constitu- Republican is bad. The apUndertow," 1 ork Sun. ducing to nothing the inlluence of tion. says: tothebilLV--V- cr the convention, that in the event of the girls" must go, thc money is to come Riding Two Horse". to'ilie Republican part-- , but it -- What is tbe first .sljrn of the new ora of ply it foreign-bor- n citizens in the politics and Are vou hurt?" shrieked a dozen of the Irish prosperity wluoh is heralded as now about to hitter's election Mr. Bayard would be out of "Dad." can not consistently speak A Characteristic Ilcfi'iisc. of the country, in The Republican descend with folded viiiks on our people Is his Secretary of State and Samuel J. picnicking females as a young man the impossible feat party is attempting i covcrnment leadership of Millard185G, At first he refuses firmly, but as one in this connection. of ridim? two horses under tho ncwenenry In uny useful work, a new Randall would bo Secretary of the It i ill We believe that neigiiDormi; lenco Dy reason after another is brought to bear E. Rock-woo-d What is au undertow? manufacture, a new highway to lnuccesib'e au angrynmiraHd landed on his head 'going in opposite dlrect!3ns"'upou tlfermdre, polled 871.".kS votes, agiin, in of persuaWhen the sea is caini aud beautiful fields tie di"eooiyof new treasuics, a new Treasury. McDona'd would also, he on him, like a battering-fan- t Hoar has conducted Tiimself with candidate, in tho" middle of the road. "Hurt?" Southern question one of them bearing j l SCO, with John Bell as itsGrcenback-th- average ability and fairness on the above, when its appearance invitos a whirr ot wheels of industry that b.ivo been bei.omf, fill a Cabinet position." ew bonnets and sion, he gives way. e standing still.- Doe n now damtuid for iron he answered. "Why, of course not. I as an emblem the "bloody shirt," aud 583,581 votes. In 1S7G tho Hon. William M. Evarts made a dresses are bought, a railway journey's anil n (juickcniiuc of that depressed interost, ers, with tlio central purpose of making bench and at the bar, and it therefore d.p into its cooling waur, t!iero is lurkother an olive branch. am tlsed 'tio' coming down that way.' . restoration nf work and watrcs for - our circulating medium an unredcema- - strikes us with greater surprise and re- ing licncath a trca herous and deadly or does a of thousands or men, women and speech in New York Cit at a Bla'na expenses defrayed, and that is only the Mr. Blaine says, in his letter of ac"Usta'f6i!""excla:medthe fair chorus. current, and when the bather enters it is the tens hint? idle introduce the new decade ratification meeting in which he spoke beginning. Incidental expenses are pogret pettifog on the Peter "WhfhW can that be?"" "I own a ceptance, that "Prejudices havo yielded, ble paper currency, led byagain Cooper, liticalthat ho should his speech ai Wor- the stealthy and unseen undertow that children times' It is none of these, but a with pride of the Presidential candi- always the straws that break the patient stump. In of hotter and are yielding, while a growing cor- polled 81,740 votes, and in 180, bicyjTe,y'vas' the reassuryig reply. had u from diality warms tiie Southern and the with James B. Weaver at the head, cester he said: "He was not going to carries liim to his death. There is no irauiie riisu ui iuiuus in uidqiuvk ujm.vi, of date towhom ho He. supported mod camel's back. They accumulate in new circ llatlou of 'points,' a new furor Philadelphia Call. however, Gariicld. to the Northern lieart alike." "Can any one of the column, .107,:$0G votes. The Tem- defend Mr. Blaine agaltist attacks on "Irish undertow for Blaine ' or any bcttinst on tho turns or the stock ornnd Rrain Clav refrained from mentioning his lieaps, stacks, and at last rise which Att old man who said, he had two the 'im- estly his private character, or against assaults one else. The figure is false to tho na- markets that " Is the main fcaturo dignity of a monument under sons jnhe .newspaper business recently doubt," ho continues, "that between perance or Prohibition party, Avith tho on him provement. eminent services in promoting the ele- lies a pale, peaceful man, no longer as a man or a statesman. The ture iff tbe true Irishman. AH nationanplied.f,ocadmiS3ion to the almshouse. the sections confidence and esteem are one bbject of curtailing by law or pro time It would be oxtremelj agreeable to vation of R. B. Hayes. Possibly ho pursued by tho legend; "Call on for that had parsed a great while alities have their characteristics, but y more marked than at hibiting tne ue 01 alcoholic stimnlants. The souhJ who are traveling in thc same ago. These charges might have been to liken the Irishman to that hidden be able to.look through the s ectacles may havo a suspicion that Hayes" was Dad." Dc'lroit Free Press. fllpetion t headed bv James B. Black, in 187 direction, say'they'wero "willing to sup- in the sixty vears nrecedino-thPhiladelphia contemporary, but Abraham'Liiicoln?" Senator Logan j polled o,G0S votes, and in 187G, under I made when he was nominated Secretarj' death of the sea, which is always called of ourstands in the way. Our exports not elected President. In this view the port their father, but he refused to live of only doubts, The Oceau's Wealth. omission in the speech of Mr. Evarts is tno treacherous, is an insult to his name and truth but denies, for he de- - thc candidacy of Gieen Clay Smith, 01 btnte, but lie was continued by on cough jsyrups,"kidney pads and liver not upon the island on which he was are not nearly what they should be. readily explained. Demo- a slur Seldom or never has the enormous regulatorsand'declined to use due bills clares that "the disagreeable fact of the 9.o22. In each instance hero recited unanimous vote of the Senate, Our commerce by no means reaches born. Length is not strength. Mr. imnortance of the harvest of the sea milwhich' were good for sewing machines, case is that, while theoretically we are there was a reason for action which crats and Republicans." If an ordinary It is rather characteristic of the Irish- proportions belittui"; nearly s xtv dis- Blaine's acceptance letter, though very been more forcibly represented than it man, giving to the theory or practice of '1 here is faulty melodeops and lawn mqwers, by paying in the enjoyment of a government of could not be misunderstood, and an oball reasonable read- was the other day by rroiessor xiuxiey American politics very little thought man to be like thc bold billows of the lions opulatiou. and tho fruits of The of their 'price in the "whole people, practically we are al- - ject proposed to be accomplished. about tribution of labor it long, will impress ocean, which can be seen of all; like th-ers as not at .all strong. Itis weakness, In the address which he delivered at the most as far from it as we were in the candidacy of St. John has bad said that, we should not have been cssh. "That, was the best tho sons could Notwithstanding, there is en orced idledaj-- of tho Republic." If now a radical purpo e which ecry sup- surprised, for on the lace of it it has a waves whose breaking upon adamant ness and unemployed machinery in platitude and subterfuge far drawn out International Fisheries Exhibition. An do, and 'the old man preferred to go t will be a great disapy The words of truth will at last wear it away; like tho waves resemblance to this were true, how could Mr. Blaine's porter of his soes as pla r.lv as the leadacre of good fishing ground, he pointed over.tbe hjlls to the poorhouse. every part o the country. There is a statement by any possibility bo true? ers themselves do. General Butler's and soberness. But Judge Hoar can which, when they give the blow, are surplus of conimodit.es in nearly all our pointment to the partisans of the candi out, wilt yield more food in a week than Hzrald. Could there be creatcr "confidence and camnaicn appears to mean nothinsr It not help knowing that he made any- scattered, indeed, but the broken rem markets. '1 ho supply exceeds the de- date. Thoy looked for and predicted an acre of the best land will in a year. ' a key note." There is not the evi- Still more vivid was his picture of the ' ' esteem" Between the sections than at looks mainly to tho labor organizations thing but a fair representation of tho nants unite again and aga'n roll upon mand at home, and yet we can not en(ieraaa Tillage Life !.. tho sixty years dence of candor, abil ty or even of ef- moving "mountain of cod," 120 to 130 When a President makes up his the rocky front, beating it slowly but ise. any period preceding of thc country for support. While these ter thc markets abroad. There is nothTraveling in the south of Germany cue war as is unaouDiemy the case are important, their membership, as Cabinet ho is simply putting in order surely clown. So has thc Irishman ing to do but to wait till consumption fective cunning in a single line. The- feet in height, which for two months in n among the trass, if there were the utter subversion of compared with the whole body of the an important part of tho machinery of fought against tyraunv ; so as he fought overtakes production, and agriculture, letter is stiff, woodeny, dr-r- , and irro- the year moves westward and southone finds. dcemably dull Albany Argus. scores of 'Uay villages, the, ward past the Norwegian coast Every government at the South which industrial classes, is not great. They his Administration, and would be re- for right; so has he fought for Deniots in some fbofs'of which crowd round enpral Logan alleges? A more direct arc asked to throw their votes away, for garded as a snub and citicised by racy Openly, fairly, often recklessly now muchk depressedprosperity.respects, To claim that Mr. Blaine will square mile of this colossal column of ba-There general the village church1. Round these vil- contradiction between two candidates not on? of them has the slightesthope the press as a wanton attempt of the yet always where he'ean bo seen, ho h:u brings more commodities than the carry New England is nut a very fish contains l'ib.OOO.OOO fish, consu-min- c been liko those billows whose beating al are not campaign .cry. New England every week, when on short rations, lages there is "a general dirtiness and ol the same party has never been seen. of General Butler's election. That they opposition to antagonize his Adminis people desire to consume, but there are startling tration at the start, it his leaning min- last wears down the obstacle and open. more than they can aiord to consume has been Republican' for twenty-fiv- e Mr. Blaine further observes that, "If will,-- without a tangible object, generalno fewer than 810,000.000 herrings. fiir of shifUcssuess," and though the grapes, and wine of the district may be there bo occasional and violent out- ly do this is extremely improbable. It isteri al appointments wero to be reicct- - tne cu.innei to tho haven of liberty. years. That it is thought necessary to The whole catch of tho Norwegian fishNocant, m hypocrisy, no treachery. taxed as they are. Supnl and demand assert such a claim now is more "dis-- I eries never exceeds in a year more than all over world, breaks in tho South against the neaco- - is certain that but comparatively few cd The verv fact that Democrats voted celebrated the bo regulated by legisla"cod s true shows that his charit is evident that poverty reigns su- r,- fnl progress, the public oninfon of will do it. The ' mass ot persons cora- - to confirm Blaine were not considered. - no unuertow m thcsuch Irishman as nat are sought toindirect methods, and the eouraging than assuring to the Repub- - half a square mile of this supply mountion throucrh of the lire. If there h an a thing acter and record in these regions. But the tain," aud one week's the country regards them as exception- - j posing tho labor organization, so far as ; tf of things we now wit- 'thV Z in spite of "want and dirt, is well al, and hopefully trusts that each will is known, are not much bound by the The almost invariable precelcnt of "Irish undertow" Blaino is welcome j result is the state protection ami a re- - "u herrings needed to keep that area of "";. .i-satisfied witb'hfB mode of lie, which at prove tho last" General Loan, on ties of party. But, like others, they are courtesy to tho President was strictly it But there is a great Irish wave for Jtricted Scallsd arc at thc bottom of ry New D u ml The """""':" cod from starving. London might be commerce Bichmond (Pet.) Stale. herring for a year on a best snows' him to get rich enough the contrary, aver? that "careful, and not inclined to lose their votes on im- - followed, and this is almost invariably Cleveland disputed as to Maine, Massachusetts, the most of the evils ,,Kii, nowafilict the i New Hampshire and Connecticut He victualled with to give his daughters a few pieces ot impartial investigation has shown these possible candidates. The Butler move- right, for thc President is held responday's consumption of tho counties It is people of this country St. Louis Be will have to light every inch of tin shoals of uncanght cod. N. Y. Herald. furniture at their marriage, and to lay results (Democratic victories) to follow ment does not, therefore, promise any i sible for tho acts of his Minister and ac- - Republican amazing with vvhat alacrity publican. steers are jumping over inup a few shillings for a rainy day If tho systematic exercise of physical in- serious consequences to either party, cepts that responsibility. Thc Senate to the Democratic oronud to carry either of these four pasture field, whero Tli a l.niitui.inri Legislature has m- States, and the chances appear deudedlj also confirmed Chandler; but if Chand-- I threa't-en- s in. doing this he is considtimidation and violence, conjoined with and, so far as can now be judged, je succeeds Memphis claims a more equable Connecticut tho Piesi-- j the grass, xis tall, and promises t l creased the appropriations ior public SL Louu ler should be nominated for ered wealthy. Berlin Cor. Philadelphia the most shameful devices ever pracno disadvantages to tho Democrats. temperature the year round than that :irainst him in nchools by $U0.ttX this year. iFepubliaiu. deacy by the Republican party a not taller. . !&'jvirtr. enjoyed by any other American city. SL Louis JlepuolicuK. ticed is the same of free elections." veraatltn-Chr- i It fs staled that General Joshua L. years ngobo"Tvdmea of Chamberlain, President of Bowdoin Indiaffvere not alloVred to learn to road. will not voto for Mr. Blaine. This Nbw4hero are 1265348 girls attending is much more significant than the faot schools established for tk'em. V. Y. ' ' w tZYmei.f ; ' of Cornell University, will voto for luj Bible Socjetv has, decided to candidate ,No man ; knows Mr Blame discontinue its practice pi providing . railway, coaches 'So few of tnd his ways better than Genenil Cham- - rs rlain Chamberlain was one f the them afe read and st? rruWy Molen that 'the jrotfc-L- not prodheihg good results. bravest of soldiers in the war. While Blame was enriching himself througli 'propa 2lu V. Examincn ,n G u the .overriment contracts obtained o For or u prolcction of civil prent names of othera by tho favor o mCam-- , rfufi , .f h R orgaist of St. 'Michael's Church, Cov- aron and Tom Scott, Chamberlain wasi ht at lho 15an rresi(Icnta durI entry, Eng., hjis held that positioa Iod o thc "longer, perhaps, than aiv persa bas u inv tiuuv, ""V.iu.11. iwv.ui.wu "uui""! eigutcen yoars since tliese laws woro which imperil his life to this day. He p:isscd have practically done nothing, ever held a similar position before. s was a man of ability, thi The first theological seniinarr estab- best edu ation, and of a patriotism am as General Logan in efiect lulinils, to lished in this country, the Reform integrity'that no one ever questioned enforce them, the quostion naturally Dutch;pat New Brunswick; recently After the war j he had a natural anibi arises. Why docs he raie and discuss eclebrafebVlts pne hundredth anniver- tion to 20 into public life, and he is the issue? A stalwart Republican has sary itMionraencement Newark perhaps tne mlyman m Maine uponimir aml (lu that time ho has whom Blaine looked as a dangerous nevcr mado , e t tBCeiion ., iirauT. Honsh, editor of Woman rival. He had the confidence and nd-- m :,. ..'. msfrjiho foUowincr, cm-He- m A, $aw - i AXD CHURCIL i iii -- ' I Blaine at ITome. Col-log- VI. : HICKMAN. 1?UJ who thus raises 291834. 1I1C VOL- I the candidate e, ST witti-Bibles- j Moody shirt beneath Mi-- . Blaine's of peace inadvertently admits, however, that tho legislation "which guaranteed by every legal title the citi- enship and full equality before the law of dis trailch: i noonlo nmnirlnnvira rUn nuirements and secures to them, so far le Tslatjon of cjU?onshi! AinerfcnQ no noei,0(l further lc -- isiation s or tl ,,03 if I soventy-fourlyeari'th- j first-clas- ' fully in man, devbutlv in woman and lovingly in children; and mui. cauoren neea to do setter caroa TTaa" min SiJLrSStoT V"3i"ru 7"7 .'::": , l ol0 hi impossible ncxl ?lcp aftcr IliaiCO i would, the American people, Republic Tho Democratic canvass is progress-in- s ans aml'Demoerats. bothereoy estopped ouietlv and .serenely. Those who from a CntlPtil ilicptict.irm nf htu chnrfie- - . . havo tho camnafrn m charge are ap- - tor andlhis rocord? The learned Judgo narentlv surrounded bv nn atmosphere went wofar. Ho proved too niu h. of confidence that, is rarely felt at tho He vtas jjso hard pressed and en:oar-rasso- d forv.-d.beginning of a great political conti'Sj. arguments in his candiTho contidcuce which the Democratic date that ho employed weak leaders feel seems to be warranted by andlricky argument. t'robablv ho tho state of public opinion that con- thinks, like his brother, that the time to servative public opinion which makes remonstrate against a bad nomination it infiueuce felt as wo sometimes see a is thegixt t mo; but unless he can gho great wheel moved bv invisible and betjerTeasons than tho one quoted the noiseless machinery, 'there is much iu people will make up their minds that tho present situation to remind one of the" b>jine is this time Boston rost. the situatioa in 1.S76, albeit the confi1 dence of the more thoughtful observers Bkime's Record. is greater now than it was then. The reWiUi(8iest of thc Blaine organsfctKo. issue then was upon administrative form, and this issue, important then, riefenjQJgof that gentleman's g has become paramount. People who record is the stattttc have a real and abid ng intere-- t in tho was a rood nianvSrtints honest and economical administration ngorHey.pUnd. "It wiLflfbciore-Utfl- .xwrvrTrmj..of public ntlairs perceive clearly that warjf umuijA- - A"OTii.vinium;iu 1Wll.liV:i,.rii rfr. " tho only road to anv spocies of reform, ifji am YLonrauieuaiKi.iiQfz;u.0, u SHUailOIl ' nn. s m.; li...!.. n. ti,.i.in TMiMTlUAflnn HXv. iS-T- XI. Mn.a Kfc Cn ETC.. ETO. XTSW J 48, . 0fc.XXj A.IX SUM The Torpedo Bell-Knob, , Know-Xolhi- dtnow-!othu1- toMlmi-tatios.i9"- It j hi!iUditure,ipri d ..l. 1 A careful examination of the Blaino organs and the speeches of the Blaine nratr-rfor the past fortnight has brought to light the following as tho chief? if not the only, grounds upon which the election of the Jingo candi date is urrcd. They are preouled in tho order of their importance, judging from tho relative prominence givon them bv the Blaine advocates 1. Geoi-gWilliam Curtis parts his hair in the middle and is a dude in politics. This is evidently considered tho pivotal fact in the situation. It is presented in a variety of forms and with a ilorrrno nf liort. nnnitv inilio.:itivn of a he- dic? thr.t if it is once thorough1. estab lished in the minds of voters Air. Blaine's election will be assured. .2. Harper's Weekly, ncarlya quarter ;ojtfaJce4tury agd, published somo Ten' jnuiuerent cjirioous m. uiu viiuuau ui Rrcsiaent Lin oln. This fact was dis- e good ! Democrats, n blame ana ms ga" tlfc'undercrs will jW .November. find out to their soi I'hn Nntion! abliean Com- ... 1 catling ior nnttoe has issiieu campaign contrtbutPiw. Ah. now tho Pwyes will catch j oor Government it! General LoepSthe Republican candidate for VicPrsaklent, has comfearful oun of de menced tho task fending himself. 7E?Jhchmond (la.) 1HVW Slate. M4 NEW T Cleveland i.s now Governor G home" in Nejv, :odci but the peo- "at UxQember to plo will move Jinu .r Washington, D r fiKA li. U3 UUb iur- w IM, Cleveland enoushfor Inj " iendrickj I ar ..lUl .5iar t 1 get it. f. . itv;5ues,,"JiawevoiTtnc-'weaK- ai3?&a3tfB.'.:-MvivtMMp4- - xMbyJlr.Blamiuggau" and istaiiy avertea to as a concmsivo ,,, -1 "In the nm me, ' says tho ae Republicans of Cleveland ltera Oh!b shoukLnv f' ihat they iiave a rtBir own to look Mau.Y.?ry.Bolcjun; 1 .1" ' ol Gai--fiel- d , i nu-nbe- r -- ! icc-or- d, e- - , main-laiuedlO- he masticated a toothpick and corrugated his brow. Hia looks wero so uninvi; lingly unsocial that thoThiuMan With; out a Shirt Collar hesitated to addrosg him. But at last sympathetic fellowship, tinged with curiosity, overcame hia hesitancy, and the Thin Man polite'' ly inquired: r i "An tiling wrong, iur. uosnorur "Nothing special," somewhat snap- pinglv responded the Cold Tea Man. "Ain't got over yoirr Fourth! yet?" , i "Ain't been on no Fourth." , "Couldn't you get a patriot's pais to Chicago?" "Didn't want none " tTcll us your excitement Mr. Gos- - """ born," said tho Thin Man, persuasively. "Why? Jarnlv." said tho Cold Tea Man, "I am simply disgusted. Tho best , and most disinterested actions of a man's .life arcliabla tiTbQjnisconstnied,aVdjMHk' oftimcs tho purest of motives are ms- - npR torted by circumstances into deliberated wrongs, while our very kindnesses bring us enemies." "(ioshl" said the Thin Man. "It's a fact Yes, sir a solid fact" "Look at mc. I've got one of tho n the world. She's best great on putting up preserves and pickles and jams and things, and besides that she makes the finest butter h havo ever eaten. She's liberal, too, and keeps Sarah and mo well supplied! But like all old people she is whimsical and takes affront easy, and when she asoends to the pinnacle of her car it's a month of Sundays before she comes down." "But what has all that to do with affections?" asked the Thin 1 The Man with the Cold To Schema looked morose and uncomfortable as bo - ;JBm mothcr-in-lawsi- j s. I ..i ut , J j 1 . t shut-dow- En-jjli- sh . A I -v Aiihti-cmii- s I - e i e J"h fr v '.) o "" I ome republii-HliltM- - :.--. I J j nt ivnow-Notiiin- c) j nt s. nntl-Uaver- y I e 1 j , ! - rnooC t hievc-ments- Know-Nothin- Cuii-a-g- o j b. ollice-holdin- g ofiice-seekin- 0..-- - hosl-tatiu- jr prc-orv- es , o - cou-tinu- paint-brusk.san- d i well-define- i y: th-n- n. 11 to-da- 1 .....V-..W.-.- - - ... anti-slave- ry Know-Nothin- few-publi- e - t-- .x con-fienc- e. rmay - 11 ex-Jud- ge 1 ' j to-da- any-peri- od I 1 eight-sevent- i ante-bellu- m s far-awa- dot-umen- Nor-risto- .half-hidde- straw-thatch- ed I vil-age- "P-"3"- ? , TiT"' -- J "i. U V fc w as$z Si i."5i ' Vf . " .. Jr- - .. 3- - tf fit A a bravo man, with which ho hold under all cirSUDEces in perfect control; and Porh.M ho thought his little daughter more like himself than sho was, in her weakness. Possibly things mi4t been different if he, realkfng her feebleness, had prepared her ?or the news, before telling it her in its bad utter hopelessness; but he treated her as ho would havo preferred bcin trAitPd I himself. With the telegram in Ids f hand ho went into her room whoro sho sat bv her baby's cot, and said to her: "Christina, our husband is And ho put tho telegram into killed'" of its eyes measuros 80 inches from hor lap. Sho looked scared for an instant, and corner to corner; a man six foot tali then she said, with a sweet pretty smile standing on the lovel of the lip? would am sure." playing round hor mouth: just reaoh the eyo brow. Fiftecq peo-pl- o "Ye i, I will do irt ifiyou think that , could sit round the flame of the "0 no ho isn't; he is comin homo torch, and they would roach that elevaevery' hing can be got ready and an- to me other gu'.de found; for if your friend is "But, my child, he was killed vostor-da- y tion by a spiral staircase in the uplifted going we must have a second guide; on tho Pi. Bernina!" arm. and then,'' he added suddenly, "how She turned terribly white, and that This gigantic thing, which is said to about your friend? Is he safe? I do hopeless monosyllable, "Dead " es- havo as a whole considerable artistic not like going up the Beruina with an caped from between her closed lips, merit, is in its construction a hollow It is not of solid metal, or untried man." while, snatching up the telegram, sho pretension. "Vou may trust mo that ho is all read and ite contents anil un- of thick metal, nor will it bo built up of right. 1 am no fool to risk your life and derstood its cruel meaning only too wood or masonry as other great statmine with a fellow who docs not know clearly for hor reason to boar the "shock ues have been. Something light was, jvhat he is about. Langley is a member it received. Gradually a change most wanted for transportation, and it was of the Alpine Club, aud lias this sum- cruel to watch camo over hor agonized docided to make it of plates oi copper mer been up tho Ortler Spitz and Monto face. Again it was lighted by a smilo one eig-i- t of an inch thick, forming an but a sensoles', feelingless, meaning- inner and an outer skin a foot apart, " the intermediate space being filled in, less smile and she said gailyt "I trust to you, Mr. Stauloy." And they fell to arranging details of "He is coming by tho 6:'0 train. We with snnd. This sandcan be drawn off, (he oxpeditiou. must go down and meet him, father." when it is necesssury to make repairs. The two skius are kopt in place by s The Pi. Bernina is the highest moun"Good Heavens! was sho mad?" tain in the district, but b no means tho Ay, mad sho was. although her father gigantic frame work of iron, running; most difficult to ascend, ami Jeni, who could not believe anything so ihorriblo from the base to tho top, framed squara hatl once been up it in mid winter, tak- until the doctor fetched from Zurich, in liko a lif t and an elevator can bo run in ing twenty-seve- n hours without any his certainty of tho fact, askci what, gjdoof it. This solid frame is to becar-ricup into tho arm holding tho torch. rcstover the expedition, thought lightly asylum Schmidt proposed sending hor of it, now that all the conditions were to; then he said hercoly that h would '1 here arc experts who think that this favorable. After some discussion he look after his own daughter himself. construction of thin copper and sand decided to leave tho preparations to And ho did so, with the tqadorness can never stand the winds and tho Stanley, who thoroughly understood which belongs only to a strong man, as rough weather; and it is probable that a cyclono would twist it and scatter it. such matters, as he was anxious to keep long as tho poor girl needed in a promise he had made long ago, and Far more pitiful than any heart- The spikes jutting out from tho coronal, Hsitthat afternoon a cousin of hii wife's broken woman was he in horenseless each of which is to bo a ray of electric to the In theneighborhood. expectancy, which gave wayjjaftor a light, gives an odd appearance hollow, is a second guide a man called Hardt, day or two to dull despair. But she con- construction; but it is big, symbolic whom Langley had brought with him tinued to insist that Hans waj coining pretentious, and wo trust not from tho Tyrol, .and to this Jeni .con- by the 0:20 train; and aftora while, not of the great city which io the rofugo nations ound at sucb.a height, gave her, for sented. nbout half ol its population, and obligcontent with raectiugthatonchespont of all Courunl. and ruled by ono. Hurl'ord the time being at least, fresh energy nearly the whole of her timojiust outing the rest to travel to tho cities or to "I sent on my ropes to Coire and power, and climbing with Hans' saiil. "Will you see that side the station, where sho coaid see tho "emigrate to other lands. Itch. anlt brings sulucont and strong?" trains come in and watch who got out Christina's father was one of the rich- help was, after all, a very casv matter. He made her begin so slowly, he ar- sUinlov promised to do this, and every oHhcm. When Stanley arrived ono n est amidmost important men in the disease of the This is a jilace. rHo lived next door to the inn, ranged so cleverly that she should not thing oIsh. and Jfini liarinrmrrhiftrnil tn evening, in pouring rain, showas standskin, iiiilaniod and irritated, appearingin fn thoheat of the day, he gave kail for him at one a. m., tho two men Imposing-lookin- g ing there bareheaded (for she excitedly mall watery pustules or vesicles, in in a gooa-sizewhite walk her refused any interference.) her long which a small insct, a species of acnrH, houscjjkrtof the ground floor of which theyhis armto and supported her when Separated. camo Jeni was vexed with himself, now the irolden-browhe usc?Pas abake-hous- e hair streaming over her lis found. It is contracted only by confor he was inexperiencedany place, which, to her eyes, looked dangerous whole thing was settle i, for he dMikcd shoulders on to her dripping, clinging himself tho baker and tho other part tact though it ma be developed by Bhon to Sell his bread in. or di'licult, andj of course, he. did not having to""telcgraph to his wife, and he "black gown. She triod to dart toward luncleanly habits, by filth of the body, "BeforoBhc married, Christina had tried take her anywhere which was in reality ilisUked, too, havingfor tho first time, the tram as it drew up, but fier father. as the first case must have been. It is - in his life, entrusted the preparations gently but hruily putting ujs arms scon between the fingers especially, and foynlittle whilft.tn m.innr tlin kIhhv cither the one or the othqr. was As but she did not like having to stay in it every a rule hoday; "employed as guide' to some one else; however, there was around her, kept her noar him; sho rin places exjyosed to unusual heat or - nil gay Jong, just in case any one should other sometimes, durin .no help'for it now. He went tVtho struggled 'violently for a moment, and ifnction. it is believed by Ftandard 161)0 served; and as August, ho went out ,every day; ut if andpnt gil' the (ollow- - 4thon remained passive. Everybody in authors that most of Mich diseases rehe did ang telegram: "orjry, Imtcannotcomif uitiirwu was waioiunganu pwiniier, shftfjU ah:ohlv aud a motherless girl, the excursions ,wero" long-one- s sult from grossne-- s of living; or, as and her father had indulged her all her not care for this, and if they wereshort till tho bVJO p. m. train on the 6th." aud, it ma be, wondering concerning one say, "the absence of water, soap, and easv he crenerallv sent .nm 'Ami then he dutifullv stnrtod to see hor sad storv. When sho caught sight . litalio foon engaged a. middle-age- d anil coarse towels, and 'wdmaif 'for' the business of the shop, younger and less ablo man than him- Christina's cousin, because he knew his of Stanley sTio fled to some stops which .l3 tho uae of fried pork, salt ham. 66 an"a "allowed Christina liberty to do as self. Ho only once left Christina for little wife would be sadly vexed if lie led to the basement of a neighboring tsausagec, oid ehecse, fried cakes, cooked hours, which failed to do so. He did not get back house, and crouched down on them, Hiurut (at- - of ail kinds; stimulating . she pleased. She generally spout part more than twenty-fou- r of her mornings, in tho not was when he was awaj- in tho Tyrol before 8:30 p. m., whon lie threw him- began twisting up her hair indesporato jdrinks as hard cider, acid winos, and wjjerojrth.0,, big qvens were and it was with an Englishman called Stanley for self on his bed, and, with his useful but haste. kmlent spirit-.- " hot and Her father too bus' putting In nearly a week; but then he had been acquired faculty of going to sleep and "This is Hans' friond," she said, Of course, while prevention is host, jruide to Stanlev for threo vears run- - of waking at any given time, ho slept "who will tell mo why ho does not .something mav he done tho loaves to notice her, but in a cool for tho removal, come; but Hans would "like mo to lie though inn oh lias been done in the past where mixed the wing, and the two had become firm until midnight. Tho two gentlomen and the two very tidy and neat to meet the gontle-man- ." to drive the disease in, and actually dough and left it to rise. She liked to friends, as well as willing companions. watch him handle it so clererly, and Stanley camo to seo Christina wheu guides met punctually at the rendezpoion the system, such as the applicafrom sheecnerajlypefsuadedhim, when all they returned 'althouo-h-their evnedition. vous: it was too (lurk-- in snifn nf tlin Anil then, with tho impetuosity of tion of lead, mercury, arsenic, turpen- ho iTmfiis.nl lanterns they carried, for Join to oxam- - madnorf, she rushed up to Stanley, and the tilack" bread for the village was and charmed? sublimate, her, by his warm praise of hcrhusband. me the faces of Langle' aud Hardt, but falling on her knees on the wot ground, .tine. corrosive anu sntis, gunpowder donK;tOTnalc her a fewdelicious-whitnuu itisKy, gm ana "He is ono of the best fellows 1 over ho saw that both were young and heavy, at his feet, she begged and implored red precipitate ointments, wnue etc. rolls, such as she had tasted once at a etc.. hone men. He akcd Hardt him to sond her husband back to her. applied with the intention of killing hotel in Zurich. She knew exactly when met," ho said, "and I lifft"too-"hthr- you may- powerful-lookin- g fmif he had everything that was nocos- the said whito rolls would bo baked; have alone and hannv Tho last time Stanley had seen Chris- something, while t)ie of the ufcary. and, after working" in the house and vou deserve it." tina sho was standing by Jeni's side, patient N a marvel. Stanley was a bachelor of keen sus"Yos, everything." getting the dinner "ready (which being holding his hand and looking proudly Now. it h quite certain that cleanli-lio- s "Vou are suro?" a true Swiss maiden, was a pleasure to ceptibilities, and a verv slrnno- imnrn. and fondly into his face, hor own lightwill do more good and loss harm "Quite sure." her), she would trot down again to tho sion was made upon him by the youn ened by happy realities and happy than theo woient poisons, Mich an ape "Then lot us be off." just when her father was swiss gin anu ner stalwart guide hus hopes: aud now, with her wild eyes, her plication a oap Midi, thorough washiAnd in the silence which character- white face, her awful, terrified, sense- ng-, ami correct habits. If ono can taking them out of the oven, and would band. That first happy summer came too izes men at the beginning of any long less expression, she was pleading for not wait and work for threo or four it on the steps of the front door and oat thorn. For Christina was rather soon to an en'di all the visitors had left unuonaicing, tuey started, skirling the the treasure which could never, nevor and mii-- do something fashionmiddle of Sep- - small dark Lake of St. Moritz and bo given her again in this world. Stan- - able or "fciontitic," sulphur applied proud of showing- how sho was spoilt tho high valley n HUiivt snowstorm h.innn. through the pine wood and petted in having white rolls made muuvr, toward tho j Icy Jolt hor,.Iuilf maddoneu njtnolf by oxtcrnally it need not bo combined ingto-fal- l then, Haas and Christina foot of the Bernina. When daylight the stgnt. on purpose for her. ,. . with lard, but with glycerine, or even f Her lover, Hans Jeni, manv and were obl'ired to cross the Jnlinr Piles nn broke they were climbing slowly up its But, mercifully, Doathsoon claimed water will ett'oct a much good as the snowy slopes; Jeni was the only one of hor for his own;" and we may trust that many a time came to her as she sat their way home in a sleirrh. irritants, aud be far afer. The next year Christina was not ablo the party who knew tho mountain, but tho husband and wife are together A littlo a fourth of a tablespoonful there, and, accepting ono of her profto go to the mountains with her hus- ho had not been up it that year, and ho again now, in that dim shadowlaud befered rolls, leant against a door-pomorning and uight, in water may bo and looked down at her, enjoying his band. She sighed and lamented a little, found flic snow, after the long hot yond the grave, of which, while we iaken at the same time, the as was natural, but looking forward to summer they had had, unusually soft, know so little, wc can hopo so much. view of her small round groat freedom. "Cleanliness sweet, innocent young face. She was a the future was brave and good about it, and consequently tiring; they could Lomlon Household Worils. Is next to godliness." And hero I may brown-eyegirl, wifh and after her little boy was born, early not mako as rapid prpgrcss as usual. add, nevor drive any eruption in; novor in August, Hans came home just for a Jeni broke a long silence by announcmasses of soft hairof a golden-brow- n .?ood of the Ancients. attempt to make the skin smooth bv shade, growing artistically round her week to seo her. She was stavinir at ing a fact that was by no moans enany doubtful applications. Dr. J. J. her father's house; but although HanJ couraging. low forehead. She might 'have The young were admitted with the JItmford, in Uoklen Kttk. "This will be tho longest ascont of old to the public tables, and, although in a crowd, because she was knew she was well taken care of and small and unpretending; but sho was cherishbd. he found it far h.irder thnn tho Bernina I have ever made." it was understood that tho conversation A Susceptible Dude's 3lilake. hours? should bo of a kind to elevate tho youthundoubtedly tho belle of Sargans; and he had expected to leave her again, andj "What, twenty-seve- n A pair of tight trowsers, a cutaway "Except that" one, of courc, which ful mind, it was not meant that tlio talk pernaps many a larger place has jioM her 'oun? babv: she lnnl-m- l sn fiiTiloI and'ill, and cried so bitterly when hel was folly!" listen should be coat, a Into st le hat and a pair of kid boasted such a popular one, because to which they might il to her. They were toiling over a long snow-slop- o made common gossip. "Nothing spo- gloves contained yesterday afternoon Christina "was kind as .she w.isfairI said good-by- e without imtcti incline, and Joni ken hore must go out there," the old what is known as a dude. The object Her fortunate lover, Hans Jeni, was "i coniu let vou jro nnite e.asiU-- mv she said, "if it were only to seemed impatient and more out of tem- men would say to their juniors, point- was found posed agaiiist tho Trust Comtwelve years her senior, and had known darling," and loved her ever since she was a lit- uie.iowns anu me vaueys, out it is on per than Stanley had ever seen him. ing to to the door. By all accounts, the pany building on Market Street. A those dreadful mountains that I can no tle girl toddling at her father's side. "I'm afraid, after all, you are abusing early Greeks were vegetarians, and small mustacho that had just gono He was an orphan, brought up bv his bear to think of me for having kept you from your home were strictly tomperate. They were through the hands of tho barber was "And yet you know how really and Stanley said. , grandmother to follow his uncle's'call-mg- ; satisfied with the simplest fruits, and being curled by himself, while a light his arm. that is, in the winter time he lived truly safe 1 am upon them; I under"I am thinking that' I did wrong, their drink was water, Even when cane was found underremarked a by"Watch him," at Sargans and carved wood, but the stand them too thoroughly to be cire-les- and naturally I am not pleased with agriculture had made some progress " I can not come tn nnv summer months he spent in the htirh could stander, "he's on the mash." myself." amomr them, and barley-brea- d "Heaven grant that you" may not, but bchad,-th- e rieit5ryon,arc'giying-Ininglcy-aii- d Engadine valley as guide, comin-richer people preferred the iTho reporter looked across the street, down from thence in the autumn, witn i. no not see me impossibility. me a great pleasure." old condition of living, The barley-brea- d but could see no females. ".Mashing what?" he inquired. "You must try and not think about a pocket fidl of money and a splendid must have been a great boon to "This slope is interminable," Jeni "I'ho woman in' Einstein's window. me tne next lew weeks, little woman," exclaimed shortly afterward; "let us the poor among tlio primitive Greeks, stock of health and spirit. He had , scaEhisIfirst summer in the" mountains he said encouragingly; and by . next turn sharp to the right, it must be seeing that they wcro driven at timos Sec her?" Such proved to' be the case. Tho when he was lifteen, going up with his year, if you are still frightened. 1 will; shorter." to dine on grasshoppers aud leaves. some dude kept up his uncic, I'etcr Jeniftwho' was a well- -. hnd some work to do at Zurich or The tour men were roped together. Much the same conditions prevailed time, but the womanflirtation for gave no signs of .... ""jiuviuu,.auu Willi Ilim Coire. But must go back again to Jeni leading; they followed him over a among the Romans, who only on festive Uomg some of the easier ascents, carry- St. Moritz now to earn some money to ledge of rock, on to another steeper occasions partook of animal food, their answering. Sho was rather a preposin the latest ing knapsacks and provisions to the pay for all that this little fellow costs snow-slopJeni did not usually cross ordinary repast consisting wholly of sessing damsel, dresed yus,. looking at his baby, "and vou it, but tho mountain" IfiTd ohaTiged a lit- milk, herbs aud roots. There came a style, and it was evident that sho was iooc oi me mountains and learning the urst principles of glacier climbing. His must et quite well and strong, and then tle that year, and he deemed it advis- time, however, when tho Romans wont not engaged, as tho dude supposed, reuncle was well to the opposite extreme, and when tho arranging the articles for show. him. and you will not feel inclined to fret about able to do so. "Are you not tired flirting with that -t- oWrtrtifPUiSfHtesa'wSa assready to bo searched, as ' tmnrmm sr as me. As far as Stanley could tell and he whole Empire used delicacies or novel- woman?" the reporter inquired. a rock, that he tiad unlimited nerve, So he bent over her tenderly and had reason enough to it were, to furnish remember after"Not much!" replied the dude. "I pluck and energy and that there was kissed her, and, looking at her for a ward every detail they were all at- ties for the table. Tho Yorkshire pie moment with infinite lovo. ho ru hnr. tending to the business "in hand. The of the past was notable for the variety do think she's so haundsome." lirst-rat- e guide. HSiAFJWnfc of a "But she can't talk." When Hans heart that hamade up his He spent a motsuccessfuliuonth at St. rope was not too slack, there was noth- of its contents, but it was simplicity it"Cawn't she? That's awful bawd." Moritz, working every day aud earning) ing careless in the gait, and indeed self compared with the "Trojan horse' mind that he would not waste his "Has it appeared to you that it is a more than he had ever done before; but! there could not have been, when Jeni of a fashionable Roman banquet This By the lime he was dummy, simply dressed to show off the he had been up every peak in as his wife wrote to him anxiously and took one of his long, striding steps, "dish" was a whole boar, disemboweled and filled with small animals and birds. latest fashions'?" the Engadine, and most of those in the was, besides, according to her father's and the snow beneath him gave way "Well, by Jove; I never thought of - oy the "removes" were anathe time he was thirtv account, nnvthintr hut suddenly he did not sink in it as they Occasionally he pulled his cane he decided not to stay f away from her had been doing all along, ho droppeil brought in like a p3ramid. the dishes that. I'm left," and "teter Jeni would proudly point out to d as a from under his arm and moved on amid being right down till only his head was visi- table. built up from a iucra ins ucpnew ana pupil as the aiter tno otn oi aeptomoer. tho laughter of a number of persons "" r bestride jn the east of Switzerland, On the afternoon of the 4th, as ho ble. g There was not only extravagance, who had been watching him. Hams-burandsuchhe'proTjftblyw.is. He was a was in his room arranging matters for "For Heaven's sake stand firm," but great waste at these banquets. Patriot. splendidly-mad- e man, tall and strong an early start home thenext mornings gaspedStanlcy.and the three strongmen Some of tho accounLs that hare cornel wltSaflJar features, keen gray eyes, there was a knock at' the door andj planted themselves in the snow, and down to us read as though the object of T A Dealer in Precious Stones. and a fair skin sunburnt: and Christina Stanley case in. The two men, who pulled with all their might on to the Being on his way home from China, had not eeach other since the year! rope. Surely they would be' able to the host was to prepare, not for t'''ia?s4icJ:9,ll,her Pw question with an butforgluttons. Inoneinstanco the ship put in at ono of tho Ceylon Jave-,whcsho asked her- before, mdt with pleasure 'on both hold in .loni? Ayi so they would; but, self if there was abetter sight in the sides-- , andjStanloy, accepting the chaiij as he moved and tried to raise himself, twelve guests met to feast on eight ports, and the usual crowd of hucksters invaded the ship. My friend had gono world than Hans presented as he Jeni oflereiJIlrim. sat down for a long the rope gave a sharp snap and broke boars, and boars at that time were cost- on shore and only returned on board ly. The name of Lucullus has become chat on raiuntaiueering matters. Ho in two, just between Stanley and Jeni, stertjCdiothemounuiH&thftj-ea- r behour" before the time fixed fore they married, in hls'suit of strong had only jiSt come over from England j and with a ringing cry of despair tho a proverb in connection with feasting: about half an Coming out on deck he but, in justice to him, it must be saul for sailing. gryeesjHinphis-knap3acmade of .where busisess had kept him later than, guide fell down into the unmeasured that he was not without method in the was accosted by a oeturbaned, venerchanioiskin on his back, the rope usual, and"was eager to know tlio coiij depths of tho crevasse below. feasts he gave. He spent money free- able old gentleman, who said ho had coiled round and hung over his left dition of tSe snov"and how many higrj Details of the next few hours and of ly for good living, but he was sensible some valuable stones for sale, if my expeditions it would be safe to under-- ; shoulder, his ice-a- x in his hand. the return of the remaining three to St. enough to have a scale of probable friend would only look at them. Ho so late in the year. . . If Christina's father could h not bo given. It was cost to go by. and eventually, to savo opened his case and presented for inchoson ho would have preferred that "I thinkat present vou may do any- Moritz need altogether impossible to recover Jeni's himself and his servants trouble, he spection a small number of rubies and " ?" V? K F581?""1-nomany a. man thing ypu like, was "Jcni's favorable body, and in his icy grave they loft him. gave a distinct name to each room in emeralds of various sizes, a fine colWho from his calling must necessarily answer. be, if the poor fellow cpuld havo his house, and the purveyors could al- lection of stones unset the usual conbo much away from her, for he knew "Then Til engage you for as long us Ma) his the tender, clinging love which sho this fino ATeather lasts, and we will see chosenbeen own resting place it would ways tell by the room selected for a dition in which they arc offered for sale somewhere among those feast to what cxpenso they have to go. iu Cey Ion and said that the price was would bestow upon her husband, and if wo canaot manaeo something alti mountains he loved but too well. It is Some extraordinary mixtureswere 80, "apparently about their actual d were dreaded for her the pain of separation; gether astQishing." ; also unnecessary to enter at length into epicures." Thus Vitellus, in a value out there. This was a largo sum for "O, no,sir! not this year, I am sorJPt'.thap hef dreaded auy anil all pain to who was to friend; the painful the for her, 'and since she loved Jeni. and ry to say, J6r r am going homo ag:fm blame for thequestion asprimarily, per- silver salver, used to blend the livers of to my for some so, after admiring was accident; time, he said ho gilt heads, the brains of pheasants and stones he was a good fellow and loved her, nioruiug." haps, Jeni himself, for a guide should afraid he could not speud so much tho too, it would obviously distress her less Berhapscni was almost as disap- trust to no ono the supervision of any- peacocks, milts tongues of phenicopters, money. After considerable hesitation of lampreys. This preand the ; tOjPartwitluhim sometimes than to be pointed athaving to say this asStan,j)y thing so important as the ropes, and at be which anil declaring that he should not make paration ironrium lov always. ts '"" i" flCIt; lor, notwiinsiamimg jus certainly in this case the rope was a is more wouldcan leastsaidedible,tho dis- a penny by the transaction, the dealer . than be ii uiiiua ins un ieio lor "c ior At$ wife and chlia, jeni was, us worn one, which Jeni, if he had seen, solved pearls Caligula for lowered his price to 29-- . My friend Z CkristirWs WQddinr. i he alvvRUflSt,..,! and Clodius It w:is on rli.-korn mnunitn- - would never have thought of using; ), still considered, and was on tho point of gave to their guests. It is related of of July ', her eighteenth hirthdav .Tan', ' cer:nrftt urci?iijt;i;Lr w t . w , HL bun ..! w ' v.vi nrtwn's t then Stanley was more or less to blame, Apicus that, in addition to a consider- offering '2, as the stones would then iad put mountains that workwitk sur-ie a srood walker ind because he promised Jeni ho would see able income, he have been a really good bargain, when earuiuu jaier man usual, that he climber is'Stanloy, and such a pleas- to everything, and instead of doing so lions of sesterces laid aside ninety rail- - the trader went down to 28. My friend in hard cash, for no HlirtttRlttfliisHjride with him for a ant too, was very attrac- he left tho arrangements to Hardt; and 20 was waited, and eventually holiday a honeymoon. Tho villagers tive conaaiont to his. From Staulcy there fol- finally, of course, Hardt was bitterly other purpose but to be devoted to luxliving, and he succeeded so well reached. A slight suspicion dawned urious ia after years used to tell, with tears in lowed a hag protestation. Ho did not to friend's mind, and on the their eyes, how that weddimr ws i. care for &e Ehfadino; he did not care Heblame for taking an unsound rope. that he was afraid, when ho found he over my he had but a fceblecxcuse to make for had only ten millions left, that ho chance looked straight into the Prettiest sight they had ever"seen; the, for hU hoKday;"and, in fact, he might himself, i. c., that he had no better one, man's face and said: "I will give you would bo starved to death, and so ho "Very good, sir," said the as.w1 1 straight back to England,io and did put oQ the whole exeli8rckniaAl in hand, and f Cliristina's said, siiMTanvouid not chanco his pedition not like to tho rope might bo a poisoned himself. English Magazine. a shilling." becauso man, pocketed his shilling, handed in father, with his iron-gra- y hair and stern nund as4 eonsent to stay triilo rotten. his "precious stones," and was over tho One of Davy Crockett's old huntv thoag h kindly face, walking sp proudly "And- - lnl,i.., T wnnlfl viva tho wholo Stanley was almost indifferent as to ing knives has been presented to tho aide just in time before the ship got . yifJgai's grandmother behind them. thing hb," he concluded, "if it wasn'tj tho cause, he was so entirely taken np Tennessee Historical Society. stones weigh. It has a Undermere glass. Tho preciousJournal. .for aaoUfcr f0How who is out' with me, with its effect, for he felt altogether four-inc- h Chambers' were wooden handle and a h "Wr mrnzfT spmhl request she wore in and wHliftifoni I have 'promised to frantic at the thought, which never left blade. liair a wreath of soft "Edelweiss." make at gt Germany is the largest sugar proLook him, of pretty Christina aud her awful one or two ascents. l r which he had gathered for her with eo'n- - here, ducing country of Europe. It produces . nfV l.avinr iust for a sorrow.- - At first he intended to travel A well (trained farm n's said to imauO.QGt) tons, aud h,w 257 eWerable trouble the first blossoms, as day, Jaii iz Bernina, asliate us up the do anything down without pause to Sargans, and prove the health of Jor5s.stic animals anmuitly over hm MMVd, of the season. refineries. " and I wii't plagui you to ?i break her the news himself; then it that live upon it n her-Ndw, 3,oung couple went by train to Coinv me terminus nf f. nmir in thit di GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. rection, aud the nart day a very lonj drive m the diligence brought them to HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. Jem s usual headquarters, the village of bt. lontz, in the EDgadino valley. Jeni had been verv extravagant, and had taken tho banquette of tho diliTHE CURIOUS no use:' gence; ho had always walked up, other years, but Christina was not accuseo fair and fine, I know a housecan you detect, No flaw-Iit tomed to being obliged to walk to reach A silver beauty smooths each lino . a given point, and now ho had married Drawn by its patient architect. ? , a wifoifae must take caro that allwthings t f jm To look upphflts t rajrilo frarao . were made pleasanLand easy, for t aVa4 aotc Its splendor in the fcan.n J xTo'StUMer, Vaovn $r'i$umattfani&. although;siie was a Swiss girl. StXJsvscaja.dowbatthr3iaihrM. Christina had nevcrjecn anv really line snow mountains rinuf the lumbcrincf It has no ihingie, roof, or beam. diligence, with its tivo strong hor&fcs, It Is not buttressed on iho laid Its airy fllatrreo and scheme readied the top of the Julier Pass, and Sown products of a fairy's hand. began to drop down thf other side into How swim; aloft, how lijrhtiy'staj'cd, the Engadine valley then they burst pano Without a window, board or upon her in their matchless, indescribaA dream in deflnito sharlo arrayed, ble grandeur, their dazzling sheets of A castle from the realms of Spain whiteness standing out against the clear, kl . Thouph l'iraoost mlgbt despairUndone cloudless evetiing'sky, while tho roy Its lines to mer.d when once I see its owner in tho air tint of tho strange, beautiful "Alpen-ghihn- " Across the sllverramparts run. shone upon some peaks of the mighty Bernina chain, and turned the And when a break has crept Into Tho checkered strands that trrecttbs aye. whole scene into a fairyland. Haus Has made the battle places now looked at it wtth pride as well as pleasAnd not a Bear can you descry. ure, for ho felt somehow as if tho On geometric curre and coil, mountains belonged to him, and albeneath the sun, though ho well kjiew their powor to deThis Htio.l.uUderg wit and. toll Was spent until the work was done. stroy, their avalanches, their treacherous crevasses, their, changing slopes, O silken house of cossamer, Thy woven wondcrdoes not cease he was. proud of a knowledge within And yet tho doors deter himself, which made him ablo to defy Wayfarers fond of lire and peace I their dangers, and,$ by mounting to ' No revelers In those chambcrs-meettheir highest summit, claim theui as No Jocund footsteps jartholioor his own possession.? , For, they who step within retreat Christina clasped her husband's At once, or leave it nevermore! Joel Btnton, In St. Nicholas. hand- - "I hadtnot imagined they would It be so grand," she said; "but I shall AN ALI'ESE BRIDE. not liko-t- o knoiv thuiA'ou are on them, Chistina Schmidt was married to Hans; they do not kok made to bo Hans Jeni when she was only eighteen. climbed!" "Wait till you have tried one yourThey.wqre both, natives ofthc village of Sargans, a name some English trav- self, my girl!?jJVniean toniako a elers mayreraember noticing on the mountniucer of'you,, before tiro kunuier N. lino from Coire to Zurich, though it is is over." And to a certain extent Jeuisuc-cet'devery unlikely that thoy ever spent a Christina was not natunlly Jlonger time there than the two minutes that the train waits at the station, for either very bravo or very strong, but there is nothing to tempt thera to do so. tho fact ofliving at St. AloriU," G.000 of in It is a commonplace Swiss village, in a feet above the levelair the sea. to the, only be Valley only fertile enough to support nire, . bracing W9 jeftTri.'tl mr' Courier, f ; . . - - "" OTeg after their wedding . , the else, but will bc'lernally grateful to you." "Up the Bernina! You never would bo as foolish as to start with that for a first ascent?" "I should not choose to, but I'm determined to go up it this year, and so is my friend Langloy. He has got into training already in tho Tyrol, and I well, I'm never so much out of it, yon know." ; Jeni looked at tho wiry, muscular figure of the speaker, and believed him. "Come, now. you won't refuse mo . this," Stanley persuaded. "I'm ready to start to night; and instend of your reaching your wife ovening, why, it wid only be the evening after; for I suppose you will go down in the fciligoneu nowyou are a married man. l'ou'll do this to oblige an old friend. I seemed to him that she" would bear to Tho Bluest of Statues. FARM AXD FIRESIDE. The Bartholdi statue, will be when set up tho largest statue of modern timos, and larger than tho most famous of autiquity; it could hold the "Bavaria" ol Munichliko a baby, and it is a giant compared to tho littlo Colossus of Rhodes. When its torch is lighted up with electricity it will mako an imposing appearance Some of its dimensions will givo an idea of its immense size. It stands without tho coronal 105 feet high; from the sole of tho foot to the end of tho torch is 137 feet: with its podostal of 83. it will bo 220 feet high,. The Colossus One of Rhodos was oror 1 10 foot high, ," - ro-rca- d - . I'n-tali- o. blood-staine- d f d -- d. Stanlov-suggoto- d yeter-:lay,"Jc- ni woll-know- d, n como-ja'andwa- nt tiesh-briishc- s, Wasb horse collars with carbolio oap and then oil the inside Land plaster sprinkled on a horso stable floor, or ovon clay, will absorb the ammonia from urino and add a valuable proporty to tho manure pilo. Troy Times. Fried Broad: Mix half a pint of weot milk with one cp; and a pinch of salt; dip into this slices of bread and fry in butter until a light brown. X Y. Tribune. For stomach cramps, ginger alo or a tcaspoonful of the tincture of ginger s in a of water in which hail a A. large balloon which broke loose toaspooutul of soda has beon dissolved. from its moorings in Pittsburgh recentUotton Budget. ly traveled 160 miles in two hours and Linen dresses or other garmonts thirty minutes. Piftsbugh Post. will retain their color if washed io o English Trade-Marnstar in which a quantity of hay is placed: boil and rinse the goods in it, Mr. Edward Waters, Patent and Trade- using a littlo soap. Chicago Tribune, marks oQce, 87 Bonrke street, Melbourne, A correspondent of the New York Australia, writes: "One of my household and rheumatism Tribune says tho only sure remedy for suffered with tooth-achthe orange-colore- d rust which is so de and after trying numerous other remedies structi ve on raspberry bushos is to rool without roliof, tried Jacob's OIL It was rubbed on tho cheek and plugged in tho up the plants and burn them. Tho time was when it was thought tooth, and well rubbed in for rheumatism. and In both cases that the poorest education was "good complete, andthe cure was immediate pain in neither case has the enough for a farmer;" now it is believed that a good one is none too returned. good; and, soon, it will be known that The owl is s vrrr small bird for IU eya. Burlington BavcKeye. none but the best is good t,nuurh. Ct'ewflwif Leader. It Is No Wonder Lemon fritters are specially de- that so many people sink into untimely licious after this recipe: Take ono cup eravos when we consider how tljey negof flour, one half a tablespoonful lect their health. They have a disordered of better, one tablespoonful of" sugar, Llvor, deranged Bowels, Constipation, but they let it ons oup of sweet milk and the juice Piles or diseased Kidneys,get over it." It go and think thoy "will and grated pulp of one lemon. J'ht grows worse, ether and moroserious com grated yellow rind may be added to plications loiiow ana soon ic is too mie io eav tbem. If such people would take the sauce. K Y. Jlerali. Kldny-Wor- t it would jeservo their A most doiicatc dish is made by live.' 'It acts upon tho mou important orfollowing the directions for making gans purifying the blood and cleansing the system, removes and prevents these boiled custard or "floating islaud Let it become perfectly cold, just be- disorders and promotes hpalth. fore uso slice bananas very thin, and A Bowxn trial Testing an agricultural heap in the custard dish. Put the Implement. Merchant Trateltr. whites of the eggs on the top over all. Cantion to Dairjmen. This Is simply delicious. Cincinnati Ask for "Wells, Richarison & Co.'s ImTimes. proved Butter Color, and take no other. A correspondent of the Indiana Beware of nil imitation, and of nil other Farmer says he has never known the oil colors, for every other one is liable to tho following remedy to fail to produce sat- become rancid andIf spoil can butter into you not get it which it is put. isfactory results in garget or caked write to us at Burlington, Vfc, to know Hog's lard, one-habag: pound; whero and how to got it without extra expowdorcd iodide of potash, one ounce; pense. Thousands of tests have beon made, and thoy always proro it tho best. powdered camphor, one ouuco; coft extract belladonna, two drachms; oil amBequeathing yoar A dead ber, one ounce. Mix to form an remains to a medical college. rub well twice a day. Ltdia E. I'inkram's Vegetable ComAn old farmer cures balky horses pound was first prepared in liquid form by lonosomeness. lie had a librae that only; but now it can be sont in dry forms would not pill. Ho loft him standing by mail to points whero no druggist can at night, after covering him with readily bo reached, and y findstho Comits blankots. In the morning the horse pound in lozenges and pillsof Europe way and foreign climes would nbt draw the load to the barn. even to tho Asia. ho went back to him again and At noon WnT is a tieht shoe lii a fine summer tried to drive the horse to tho barn. Ho would not go, but when the farmer Because it makes the corn grow. started to go and leave him, he folJSTTo match that bonnet? Feathers, lowed. The old farmer savs he had ribbons, velvet can all be colored to match got hungry and lonesome, lie was fed that new hnt by using the Diamond Dyos. well when he got to the barn, and did 10c for any color at tlio druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. Chicaqo world-renowne- 150,000. Tins is tho number actually reached this week by the Mason & Hamlin Organ ond 1 lano Company in tho regular numbering of their d cabinet organs. Having commenced business tho average number of organs in produced per annum has been 5,000, which is 100 per week for tho entire 1,500 weeks of their business career. The Mason & Hamlin organs have been sent to every civilizod country, and their salo novcr was greater than at the presont time, averaging from 10,000 to 15,000 organ3 per annum. Boston Journal, Xo. ClVTAflHH HAY-FEVE- l"i YmmzmgM and September, wltli and tried various remedies trlth ont relief. I wu Induced to try Ely' CrtamBilm ;h ueJ it with jfoTorahle remit, and can recommend It to r, ny-FeTe- r, cooS-dently afflicted f 99 twenty yean, darlo the months of Ansait X traa all. KOBntTW.Tow-u- EUia-tetb,y,- J. half-glas- rrect diagnoiuor tsi3 disease ana can do depended npoo. 10 eta. at ilrnggliU: CO eta. by mall. Sample bottle by mala 10 eta. EtT 1JBO&, Drassfebi, Qyreso, U. V. BUS fta-- iaxx AV-STSrVE-TEa Jt Ely'a Cream Halm vsx. 1 is a remedy baed npoa a wa w. The Hariem Railroad. Valuable Suggestion of Interest to Men Employed on all Railroads Rcd It, II You "Would bo HcneHtcd. k. e Cosuctobew Hoox. IUsltm DkahSir: I takerteiunre In MTtne a eoodvord far UK. KEN5EDVS FAVORITE BESIEDT. 1 hT ued It for two yean tor Dyrpeptia and deranKemenC of tlteLlTer. and can aay with empbuls that Ital-wa-y -- iocs, Feb.. l&i. DaTOT, 1 i m v, aanrd ntorapc and complete relief. FAVORITE REMEDY is pieaeant U lit" taste, thorough In iMedectf. ncierproduolnztbe slightest dJtgreeMa or listening ten&aUon. oarMrulr. B. C. TROWBRIDGE Bat Mr. Trowbridge is not alone in his pralae of Dr. te DAVID KXXXEDVS FAVORITE RE51EDT. Remedy It a poUlre enre for Malaria aa wen as Indigestion. Read the following from R. A. Campbell, foreman of the tonics room in the Moatfoeaary Taper Mill: Mo.vtoomkht, Orange Co. X. Y., March 4. 1SU. AVnnMjr. Handout, X. T.: DtuRSir: I Imre used for wmetimeyourTaluabta OKITE REMEDV. for,MMrU, and It medicine. has proved na etteeinal cure. After,baTln;r tried ft creat many other med'rlucs for a disorder of thto kind without avail. I find DIt. DAVID KENNEDY'S REMEDY a3ord4 complete tati.fictJon, aad I do heartily recommend It to all trbo tuner aa I CU. K. A- - CAMPBELL. REMEDY DR. DAVID KEXNEDXTS-FAVORIT- E in a poIttre cure for Malaria. Kidney and Lirer DU" eases, and for al those: Ilia peculiar to women. M ata wax. X. J- - March 3, ISM. Zr. Keniudg. it. I). , Xomtcut, .V. T.: Dkar Brn- - I bare ned yourTalnable medicine. FAVORITE REMEDY, in my family for ltrerdia-cultleand find it an exctllent preparation, worthy of the recommendation It bears. MRS. MARGARET HATES. TaT-ori- It rx . a. 10 Years! lf i give-awa- y oint-mon- t; A CANCER FOR TWENTY YEARS. "Fortwratyjcara Istiflrredfroma Cancer on my neck. Patent Potash and Mercury Mixtures' fed in stead of curing the Cancer I lem the use of myarma and the upper partof my body. My general health traa broken down, and my llfo wis despaired of. S.6.B. cured nw sound and welt. This new lease of lite. Is gave to me can not bo meisured, by any monetary Tulue I o wc my life ant tho support of my family to Swlffi Specific" W. R. ROBISOX. DarUborv. Ga. Rroofcs. near Albany, was hopelessly afflicted with Cancer. 1c had eaten through his note Into bl mouth and throat The time of his death was only sv "Mr HOPES TO BE CURED. to-da- question ofaTery short time lie prayed for death, nis suSerlog was to rreat. S. S S has had a wonderful effect on him. Ills Improvement Is to great that we all feel sure of hi blngperft-ctlcured in time. W 11 OILIlt'RT. Albany. Ga. Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to applicants SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Drawers. AUinta. Ga. V. T Offlce. W9 VT 23d St. ; Philadelphia OOee. 1208 Chettnut fet. v bake-hous- not balk afterward. e, Journal. Til vLrtOT" J3 . The Coining Fanner. Good at figures A dancing master. Burlinaton Free Press. chase from me what Swift's Specific has done for m. It cured me of Kheumatism caused by malaria." TBJf . . LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 COMPOUND VEGETABLE IS A POSITIVE CURE FOR Ail tlintn painful Complaints and WeakneeH so common out-hous- e, her-fathe- r - c r - bake-hous- - by-jh- e da, poi-onous st oap-snd-wi- th tigm-eand- 1 d, browtf-skinne- d passed-unnotice- ," s: h.-ir- , -- I o; 1 ' ..i. n-- capa-bihtws- Ca ty ti.)iei, cfr-ni- r base-boar- epi-enr- es, cm-Jfrhal- E. k t pro-pare- Pfeii it l- . o h "" - six-inc- br m f The industry of agriculture is of such vast importance tlurt it is intereatinj: to consider tho probable future condition Of those engage! in it. The life of the fanner is so quietly paied ami his contributions to the wealth of tho Nation bo unostentatiously made that he and his important pursuit aro ofton forgotten or unappreciated in the busier walks of life. Vet it h to the farmer that we owo our National prosperity and tho existonce of our hope that America will achieve a success as a Nation unparalleled in the history of the world. Gur magnificent cities, which roar their spires anil monumental grandeur from tho Atlantic to the Pacific and from tho lakes to tho Florida, look to the hills and tho plains fyr sustenance and grow vigorous upon tilt? sweat of the farmer's brow. It is the music of the reaper and Uiroshing machine that attracts the immigrant to our shoros and soothes him into contentment. When the husbandman folds his arms and the soil sleeps, the proudest city starves, the shippingwefehs anchor antl seeks other harhors, tho iron rail of the road rusts out for want of use, the immigrant turns back and postpones 'his coining to a more favorable time, the mechanic locks up his tools and waits for the waving of the Iiarvost to jbeckon him again to work, and dosola-jtio- n like a funeral pail spreads over the tearth. It is of the utmost importance, therefore, that the ileitis be kept in Ibloisom, that the plow be kept bright and tho cultivator kopt active. But it 5t can readily lie perceived that the farmor can be reduced to a coudition that will make him less ellicient and that in consequence the bramble may Hourish where grain now waves ami commoree sicken for waut of vigorous 'nourishment from the fields. Such a condition, however, must be the result of his own lethargy. The American farmer is master of tho situntion, he jinustbc the architect of his own fortune, lie can permit of legislation be'ng for schemturned JntocoraniUtco-room- s ing against his interests or he can to devour his permit monopolies'substance and reduce him to serfdom, or ho may not. He may dishimself able by neglecting to himself of avail the abundant educational facilities which surround Jiim, and plod on in tho darkness of ignorance, or he may exhibit the strength which comos of knowledge and culture. Will" he permit the visitation ,of such misfortunes while he can so easily prevent it? Probably not. At least the patriot cannot breathe a kindlier wish for his country than that the farmer mav grow in independence In all probability the coming farmer will be a recognised power in every sphere of usefulness. Commerce will give him tho credit which is due; politics will shape from his judgment antl will; society will confess his worth and acknowledge his title to nobility at least the only nobility that should ever exist in this Kepublie and he who to day . occupies a comparatively obscure Will be an American leader. When the true men the tillers of the soil become the legislators aud lawmakers of tho land, just and equitable laws tvill be the rule and the tendencv to aristocracy will be discontinued. As a matter of course, tho husbandman of the country must be the first to demonstrate his own merits, and he must aspire to tho position which belongs to him if he would have it, and he must strive to fit himself by study, cplturc and thought to fill the place thaturelv awaits him. When the farmer shaft have demanded tho position which belongs to him, nnd by energv and'perse-veranc- o secured it, every farmhouse in Jthe land will wear an air of cheerfulness that will excito the envy of those who think and often rightly that life on a farm is cheerless drudgery. Neatness and taste will mark everything about the houso; the garden will pour forth its fragrance from its roses; the vine will creep over the neatly made trellis, and nature will be compelled to spread her richest mantle upon every path and pour outherchoicestofierings on every field. Music will resound throuirh'tho rooms and halls of the farmhouse, and the library will look out from the walls with as much appearance of being at home as if it were in a city mansion. Then the boys and the girls of our farms will not hapten to turn from tho hills and dales and streams of their country homes and seek the monotonous scenes and stifling atmosphere of the great cities. For the rrood of our countrv nnd tha rood of humanity, may the" time be not far di3- tant when tho Nation shall greet the j coming'farmer. San Francisco Chroni-- . I de, -- thousand dollac? would not pur- Archie Thomas, Springfield, Tenn. A sio:f of good breeding priza in a dog show. gotting tho It will euro entirely all Orarian trtrable,Iaflamiiuu Uon and Clreratton. tauing ana inruceroenis, ana ooawouent Spinal Weafrnew, and 1. particularly adaps-cdvot- tw Chanire of til e. of ru jwrpo' in dutate and th relief "f f""t ""' " do" ' it Umtto do,tliouid cjladitt can gladlf testify. rtl FEM VLE POPULATIOX. frit. M la IliaM, pin tr for the Uyitlmnte krcltng to our hnt Untt '"' ..... Itremore9Falntnesriatulr-jrT,d-troyancraTir- c A Nice SowIngOinchltio Tree. Any lady can secure one by a fow hours' work. Write Chicago Scale Co., Cbicago.IH. . forsUmaUnte.aadroHfTea WtakneMof the Stomach-- It cures BlnottiHr, Headaches, Serrous Prostration, repression and Inal General Debilitr, petlon. That feeHncof bearing down, cnulnjr pain, and baclaarh. J alway. perawnenUy cured bylta use. Send sutmn toT.rrin Mw. forparophlet. Letters of Inquiry confl ientially answered Forialcatdrvarfst- - sleep!!, B'A serpent A facultv peculiar to confirmed inebriated only. "Life. Glenn's Stilnhnr Sosn Is recommended for itch, scold neou, impetigo or any otner sfcin eruption. salt-rheu- Fast Potato -- disturbs your sleep, one dose of Piso's Cure will give you a night's rest. nffllctetl with 8ore Kyoa, uso Dr. leano ol! it. Skv Tbompeoa's Eye Wuitir Ir a cough ir r:crit crtrr nti 60 Days' together you have got the false loc'ts nna he has got the falo keys." Texas Sift ings. " Sis," said a bright Austin youth to his sister, wio w- putting the finishing toueWs on her toilet. " you ought to marry burglar." " AVhat do you mean by CSWrito postal card for FREE elefrnntly nonsense?" " I mean that yon and a burglar would get along very woll Illustrated Catalogue, in Six UrilUant Colors, MK-- h that cost us 2000 to publish. Monarch Manufacturing Co., It was a Boston lady who naked th waiter in a restaurant to bring her "sortie detached propellers of the amphibious animal of the genus rana." When h found out she only witnted froes legs be becamo a rnving maniac X. Y. Journal. A TRESinENTiAL election is tho only game of chance here head and tail boih win or lose. Ifihcaukec Evening Journal. ftifl '$f' Kt'"i r .t THE KQSABCH FOTATQ DIE6B. mmm rm EarcslUcost yearly, mats uuaruiiii. io eTcry i inner,Hundred antccd toDIgfc.x BoshttsaDayl Ccte- - IS St THE TIME. JmtSSo. in m fmW fy JT To prevent and cure all "Hltin secure a white. to .. ana M -- dcbuuiui foil ty me-Le-."and- fl tlflbsV -- BESON,S-Aromaiic Alum Sulphur Soap. The Do Crusts say they nave abandoned their proposed trip to Italy because of the cholera. Thoy will simply go to Rome the one in New York, not the Rome in Georgia. Xorristotcn Herald. A Detroit dentist pulls teeth to slow music. At least it seem) Mow to the victim ho furnishes it. Burlington Free of So cent to any address. WM. DREYDOlU'EL. Manufacturer. -- OS -- orta i -- . rroni street. economical Laundry Spap fof SaETCT'Mdmost runeciallr Merino. Woolens and E iv..h-- e. -! 3 Undergarments 'cleans a--.- Sold by Drnssists. One cake will be seat on receipt ' u Sold by all wholesale grocers ftREYDpPPES Tress. because they were suspected of a design on wood. arrested Isdioxatiox will fill the breast of every artist u hen we state that two men were lumber-yarIn B 'iJ-J-- I a d the other day, g Itchibsr. mot at nlchu cure. SfrflTWE'SulNTMFNTiuTe t'AIT.Y ETFICAl'IOfS In TllAt-hsCtlCIKO ALT. ft, a 1 311$ Symptoms ITGH1H0 PILES. Moisture. Intense a. TMmnlaT-s- l CTEJ" -.f- Rheum, no YTT Tetter. Itch. Bait or Iouk stacdlnf. t'sl ter bow obstinate .I. lj.h a mat-iu. The last letter but ono in the alphabet must be the least used, since "a word to the Y's isufflcienu" Loicell Courier. . ak.-----.S-'J--- ra. bold by Druss-t- King Kat.ak ua wears a straw hat when in swimming. This may be called a full dress, but it isn't. Detroit Free Kala-kan- a 2VMJ. BeatCouehbrruo. Taftteseood. Use In time. Sold by drag-lat- a. -- BEE- WHERE AIL ELSE Fills. 3 g fl . my dog," said Mrs. Raritv. Why don't your husband look for himf" some one asked. "Who, Jim? Why, you know Jim's on the de'ective force. He can't find anything." lriaiate Traveler. LOST "I " AVhe.v i5 tlio best time to eat fruit? Header. Whon it gets tlown to a ruason-ub.price. It is not ripe uutil then. o Gentlemen fn A !IT'PI"V,H,dle or (Jonntv tn'tnb. Hirht - k m - laa-- u V work at their own Homes. 83 to 91 a day Pftsflv mad. Wnrk -- ent hvmol Vnfanvi... In?. Ve have Rood demand for our wort, and furnish steady employment. Address with stamp Cow il'ro. Co., -- 90 Race St, Cln'U.O. "d 5ShotCun Ctabf,? 1 P C MTC I writ Hi-UOKI-X Revolver -- Klfles. SAW "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." MILLS, ffor all sections and purposes) Write for n m Paraphlet antl Price, to The Anita n A Taylor Co.. Mansfield. Ohlo. CiiniiirC CnUIil tdln: -- Ww itlX. THRESHERS, P ta.t v-- .- : O IntourUooJi. Entirely ntw. For unsl-- a CQ..U Ksu. -- U,CtBSiaa-i,. j Mais or Fm-1- . ear n IIS t. M a weak posf-tion- DIPHTHERIA GUT stanUy relievo these terrible diseases, and will Dosiurelr cure nine case out of ten. Information that will save many lires seat rree ormau. uon I ueiar a moment, its- CURES Innuenia, HoarseYenUon la betttr than cure, JOHNSON'S ANODYNK Couch, Whooping Cough, DIarrhaa, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Kidney Troubles, and ness. Ilar-i- nr . .Boston. Mass. Lame Use--, sold eerrwrnere. circulars sent I KKE- - i. s. -- uur.au. CRODP, ASTI1MA, BKONCIIIT1S, neur-aci- a, Ulieuiiiatlnm. JOH SSQS'K ANODYN K LINIMENT Ifor InStmal and'Extrrmt Pui-- m im-- o- - THIS OUT -5"Y" ) SEND WITH YOU- -i OBDZ-- R. o -- . IvV' ...T..eV LI .bVJ F" FOR SALE BY "VSg O..0.TllV tfloA AeVVe rA-, Ifthty Pt,,6 IrlyV . ,JJFhi V luO TSw 'Cm, r. do not have It, tend order direct. rlyValuabUUre A Hew and Stock Doctor Boon acecmpaiiiea -aacn Bottle. STAMA.KB HIEl lr -v v. &:"... - n.ori r7-- 1 v "ft ;o 'flfe National Live Stock Remedy sjqyig5. street, dearborn i- .voeNrc MfV tsesmtmBm CHICAGO. Co., 175 PIIMO OIC DOUBLE Barrel Breech w IlllrUx UJllJiand Pistol Grip, with outfit UUIlOl W,W,compIete. Send for price Ust. J rTV OTerbausn & Co. S3 & W7 Broadway. NewYoric. fcS.STAMHJ. JL MONTH. Ajrnta Wanted. beat selllns artlelr (n h worbl, 1 sample FREE. Address JAT BKONbON. DrrnoiT. Mich. JONES 5 TON WAGON SCALES, Iroa Tar Baoa aa Kuta gar. JOM B9 sx EDUCATIONAL. OF UMTDrf Lnn, tiasl Biarlsr. bus Sm 11 w 1 BiiMXEss imuiix Vw Jersey,coUegS ewarfc, PoltlB for gradual ts. National patronage. Wrtt for Circulars. COLEMAN 3 ATS for a 7Jf APALM. iv fy &OS J pjs tk.Ir.USt far fr enM Uit v.ttua tats Araa4 aura JMES IF MMHAsTOfl, rira;' I. and ya,,i$tabeceTeiYouner Men crih (tMraura. asdaBgaaraBteeaeBBtormeBt.eddreaaP.w.K A. N. K. E. HAIR sale Wtcidt lFares sent c.ojXBnTwhere.TVhoJ. & ReulL Price-lis- t free. Ooodseasran-teeS.CXBduki, 157 IVabaih a7,Cfcicnro. d. wtnzx witrrnts aastr lfyys I M ABTXKTU t A r-Isfefet. m' Em v mm U ij - - - - Kg- - fe :. ' .. iL Tho fnllmvtnor iS Clnclnnrt TmIUn. SitHHtioH ill Ultiilf. ., i. Grniul nncl Vniit Tho roform Governor of at' Augusta, Me., Aug. 24. This ent term of tho Fulton Circui "York selects tho kornols from tho vroek the Rouublieftna will in "Midsummer maduc3s" the vjouri: iiusks of great questions of inter- crease their already lnrjre force of Congressional raco in this District. w w est to the people and distributes imported speakers in the field and i. GRAND JUEt. J" ' idircctly to the iutolligont masses, tho political battle will becomo de- 8NUFP, or Us DENTAL B. F. Easloy, foreman, SUI'EKIUU SCOTCH SNUFF, tho best in ff vL?yw mil 09. on pm in uis views oi u government by tho cidedly hot. There aro no signs Win. Campbell, the market, jiuopju miiu lur me poopto are oi any liutlor detection in tno m& Louis Kopcr, FUQUA & DCROW. ea most admirably expressed. How tho only danger appreWholesale Agents John Bondurant, 2? C&i "LJ 'jionld language bo framed strong-o- r hended is from the Blaine manaB. S. Connelly, Elder J. C. Creel and J. S. to carry with it a d gers in their offorts to capture the Taylor aro iingaged in a religious Jas. 15. Fuoua, ' and fixed opinion than this: 1 ' Irish American vote. More than tl cbate at the' Christian church, W. B. Plummer, "We proudly call ours a govern- 100 leading Republican speakers A. T. Thompson, Clinton. ment by tho people. It is not in addition to the large number W. B. Hutchison, such when a class is tolerated already an gaged, outer the field Try "Dr. Unas' IIor Remedy." The O. Arrington, lusit preventive in the market for Hog which arrogates to itself tho man- in Maine this week. From this date till the 1st of September, we will sell the remainder of Every one Louis Broivdor, Clio 'era. Sold 1T, agement of public affairs, seeking knows that Maine will go for Sam'l. Elliott, "o a,MI ; J. W. COYVGILL. xv c' ,have on auinraer Stoek regardless ol its value. to control tho pcoplo instead of Blaino in tho Stato election Seprepresenting them. Parties arc tember 10th, but it is tho policy and as the Fallhand, at present, full lines of all classes of Summer Goods, The Hickman Public SeliooT, 0. Ledwidgo, W. W. Vv'cbstcr, reason is rapidly approaching, these Goods mual be joW, thefuecessary outgrowth of our of the Republicans to make a big to make regular falPtcrm, opens next Mon- John Barnes, room for our thly. Tho trustees arc anxious that E. Case. institutions; but a government is to do about tho Stato contest in Best Calicoes reduced from 7c to oc j)cr vard. pupils should outer promptly at uotJby tho people when ono party order to mairuifv it into a boom. TETIT JTilttY , Solid and plaid Ginghams, from 12c to 8c per yard. fasions its control nnnn flip nnmt. No Domocrat shoukl bo deceived the beginning of the session. Vsed K. H. Biuford, try&ml pcrpstuatos its power by or discouraged, because tho DemoA reduction of 2c in the yard of the best Bleached Domestic. The cholera scare in Franco has . Jo DacuB, Aji All wool Nuns Veiling, in black and colors, (doublo width,) reduced cajpung anu oetrnying the people cratic opposition iu that Stato is saved thisycar to Americans many J. A. Hicks, The prices at whih we will vll these Goods will make them more from 65c to 45c per yard. iuslcad of serving them; a govern-mos- t merely nominal, and no special ; ' millions of. dollars, and cnablod O. C. Graham,-- - " fv-- v is not by tho people when a exortuinn aro being made to even ruptdtji, aM parties di irmis of .securing some of thebe Bargains should in the prices of all summer Dress Goods. A big reduction many of ttiem to soc their own Arch Roper, res lit which should represent tho make gains, while tho Republicans call early pi avoid being disappointed. , fc Fans and Parasols to sell at actual cost. country. II. C. Smith, ; ; intJlligont will of free and think- are massing all their speakers Full Organda Lawns, reduced from 15c to 8c per yard. Troo Iloilvcry. W. F. Bynam, ing men is, or can be, determined there. ' A big bargain in Ladies Neckwear. Mr. J. W. Roger's dc'i very wngon runs D. by the shameloss corruption of A. Luton, , lally, delivering good in any quantity, to thtir suffrages." Vermont Rirls any part of the city, free Leave order at James Seay, "W e arc v ,i ,'i GEKTS BOT.S AND YOUTHS CLOTHING, Henry Trees. anally flaiightcrmg Suits of seasonable goods, can be had al- store, or with driver. '.$ Reports from Vermont announco iiiubi, at trcmser' own price. George Helm, "T J. Y. ROGERS. SlHrJcclns Slormons. at a greatly reduced price. Can't be touched anywhere at oar prices. Y ariauet .ormined to make a Gov. Murray sent tho following that the Republicans are not only The great Commonwealth of M.S. Summers, ' apathetic, but in many localities -- . II. A few more Gents white Vests to offer at less than wholesale price. " " Kentucky lias not a dollar in her II. G. Wilson, ' dfipatch to the Governor of ready to revolt. Cleveland's manA. McFadden, Gents Gloves, Ties, &c., greatly reduoed in price. treasury. Auditor Ilewitt says agers aro accordingly rather in j Thomas Hollo way, Straw Hats reduced from 75c to 25c. that claims-agains- t tho State will D. L. Xorman, Salt Lake Citv, Utah, Aug. hopes that, without any particular To save expense and trouble of moving our extensive stock of goods, have to bo filed'away until some Jno. B. BuBhart, 22.m'ov. W.B. lUitr, Mnkoillc Tho exertions on their part, the Green of ourjenurc stock, and nothing will be spared from the gcnor.il butch-cr- y, wn must "; " funds come in. skll, AtfD ji'iLL, seix. at prices that defy all competition. If M. A. McUanicl, uispaicnes muicato tnat you are Mountain Stato will givoaroducod t take our words for it but conic and aee for yourselves, and you have only oue dollar, worth of goods to buy it will pay you to como. ejeertiug yourself to vindicate tho Republican niajority a week from seeiiro-souiJohn R. Vcatch, '" choice bargains before it is too late. and sec us. JUok to your own interest and buy your goods of ua. , PartiM wuliing firJtclan! denta1 work o. r. uuuurnuuu,' laws in tho matter of tho murder Tuesday, but whatever tho results at the lowest prices, will'do Troll to call at John P. Vcrhincs, g are in September, they aro of Mormon missionaries in Tennit office. I will loavo IlicVman Oct. 1st, J. H. Dodds, to concentrate their forces nessee. I thank you for this acJ 83. DElklN LA TE STYLES, AND MAKERS OFLO W PRICES. W.A. Hksw. tion. The charges of preaching on West Virginia and Ohio, with LEA Luther Maddox, Prof. R. C. 'Caldwell's school L. C. Bowman, polygamy will not oxenso murder. tho expectation of capturing both for boys and irirls, commences I trust you may bring tho guilty States and starting a tidal wave N. J. Fletcher. next Monday. This is tho sixth to punishment, thereby preventing for Cleveland and Hendricks, year of this school, and its merit Tiio Xew Orleans Picayune de- such lawlessness in Tennessee and which will not expend its force aro known far and near. Prof. clares that ovents havo transpired elsewhere. Lawlessness in Ten- until thoir election is secured. .Caldwell is onoofthe finest sclioi. since the ratification of the treaty nessee or Utah is alike reprehenar wo over know. The London Truth docs not Who the Low between tho United States and sible, but tho murdered Mormon Mexico by tho Unitod States Sen- agents in Tennessee woro sent stick at a trifle. It says: "Tho Sl.OO dumper ilinn Anjrons. - KOX Ollirr Cl.ill"d Ho, No. 20 rruh ono ate that aro likely, and ought to, from horc, as they have been for English Court has obtained an un xtrapoirit.DGO OUi'er Chilled Plow dotcr tho HonBe of Representa- years, by representatives of an enviable notoriety all over Europe 4 7 , Ko 18. with on cfclr.i point, at tives from taking 3teps to carry organized crime. I submit that for its miserably meagre hospital& SHAW'S. MUSE ities. Considering the largo it into effect Great Britain, un- as the Tennessee representatives TlicJRcpnblican Convention at der that "favored nation" clause, in Congress are. to say the least. amount the Queen receives from a flno eekction of Juk Mst field, Tuesday, nominated can send there free of duty the indifferent to tho punishment of tho country, it is surely not too Henry Houston ua their candidate very goods in which we had hoped oiiontlers against tho national law much to expect that propor attenannounce to our friends and the public generally, that wo haro just mtii&l "for Congress' in thiB District, and to ain a monopoly. The machine- in Utah, it is a cowardly outrage tion should bo paid to royal visitimmenw stock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trade of parties wih. iuglorioualy sat down on tho Hap- ry and other manufactured goods for their constituents to kill emi- ors of distinction." ing to buy. We con riiow all Btvloi of Furniture in plain and faocv. Also. Ana line py wing of the party. Happy bolt- which tho ITorthoru States desired gration agents sent there from of ALSO TUB For Sale. ed. neigh- here. to find a market for hi the Eli. n. Murray, Gonnr. Mr. Rcnb. Johnson, Sheriff of boring republic, will meet there, Chen pi Olidiiier!! ClioapcfitU! AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. as they havo done before, the Hickman county, was accidentalThe entire Flouring Mill Machinery, beIfiU not I New Goods of all grades In my line. Call and Examine. Pnicnj Low, ly killed, Friday last, by falling cheaper oods from 'England, and WuOjtnstoM Ohio ennuccfl. we shall gain nothing. C..rrjii5nt. longing to what is known a tho White vwlmold Wc propose to make our prices to miit tho spirit of tho time. You cn reel aare4 from a scaffold, no was Ohio will bo tho great battle Mill in West Hickman. Tim outfit can bo N. 11. I ttls) have the finest Una of UXDERTAKEltS GOODS ever brought to you need never leave our house to look for ckcoper goods. We propose to eell as lots as election by a Sheriff at the late CuMomers politely iserveJ on short notice. Qncldcn'n Arnlcn Snlve. Ilickinan. any rtail Furnituro iore in 11m "Purchase. ground. There tho Democratic had at a. greet bargain. largo majority, and was eaeemed Also AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR 1 FEAl: NO Very respectfully, Tns Best Salve in the world for Ctit, campaign will bo managed by tho $30 00; first claxs breaking Sulky PIowh n: DHIGIITNESSCOMPETITION,RIVALS FADE AWAY. first class hoe Wheat Drill", with LAST WHEN in every respect a good man. BruiFca, Sores.Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevor same men who achieved the elecDmii'i fortfl tho place, on the opposite corner from I'laut Ilro'. & Co., under the Newr T. E. WILBURN & (XX Nuto I'laufa lmr prises. Sores, Tetter. Chapj)ed Hands, Chilblain, tion of Gov. Hoadly and Senator land measure, need sower attachment, &c, for S60 00. One Horse Wheat Dri I !b,h ta- CITV HALL Give we a call before buying clcwlicre. Cms, and all Skin eruptions, and posi- Payne, SSSS.ore rooms In new Odd Fellows building. can depend upon finding any thing in my houw that id kept in a first cla? and tho namo tactics that ble for drilling in corn, $26.00; a new aS-Y- u Peter Gardner was airosted tively cures Piles, or no py required. It SSfMl kindri of Repairing done on shcVt noticfl, and in a wcrkmamhip styl. Alio con- is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, we so successful last year will Dray and Harner for sale cheap. Many FUKNITUHB STOKE. t Fulton last Thursday, and wc are'prcparcd to give special inducements u other useful farm implements too tedious fessed to tho crime of stealing or monej refunded. Price 25 ccnte per bo followed. Assurances hao to mention, at le lhau bottom price $500 in currency and several hun- Uox. r or bale at i OKTL JNlffS Urug Store. beea received here from Gov. Thoe wanting bargains will do well to call Hoadly, Col. Payne and other lead- and see us. dred dollars in notes and checks ?ena; itKiiln Cl.ito ing Ohio politicians that the DemReapeetfnlly, from Mr. J. C. Williams. Peter POWELL At the Xcw Jersoy Democratic ocrats will surely win in October. BROTHER. waB sent to tha Troy jail. So says Attg. Stato Convention held at Trenton The more sanguine put the majorFultnnia-i- . tho last weak Col. Ilensel, Chairman ity at JSjGOO; Rut conservative esMr- L. Powell, our Missouri Gen. Green Clay W) of the Stato Committee of timates do not exceed 10,000. ers, representing Smith and othneighbor, is being rewarded with tho temperance As JR5ii wan called upon to makoi The letters from Cincinnati riuI JLS 7ki vBlFI i8--' e&j && &v a mm ?9i ji bountiful farming prospect. a npeech, which call he promptly Cleveland say that tho Republi- party, havo called u mooting of tho sending us some magnificent responded to. In the uonrse of cans are becoming friends of tho cause for tho 28th f 4" alarmed and ia Lonisvillc, to select an electomelons last week, this week he his speech he raid: are makintf nkiintivu Himeals for sends ns a specimen of hf3 growHIS HOUSE HAS DEEM RECENTLY EXLAHGED, REFJTTED, REFURNISHED "Why. I tell you PoniisylvnuiuLmcKipv. This (Jprmmi olftinpii: is n ral ticket for St. John. ing corn 17 ears under one is a closor Stato than Ix'ew J n.oy. 'er.ur,o of much unensiuens mi the and tlioroiichl? reuoTatcJ. Courencul to river and r.iilroad, and attontivc ...... t. In Jlemorlum watch kept aud altogether ono of the best appointed hotels in thia section. shiwk. tPf i?Tr - vrrrram df The Democratic nartv is.", ficrhtini'iV n,rt of "Rotiiihliiiia. tTmUvsm r.- " We -"" l5i-IV " ss. XWICWJK3C, Jfropi rJetor. ' record with the Ucencst sorrbw"rtie "v v 'mmj The August term of the Fuf party, mid is fiiriitinr to win. The fmrS-tak- e a turn, a largo part of early death of our beloved friend, Mm. T. Ion Circuit Court was convened people of PouiiMylvauia aro a read tlte class will go with tho Demo- M. Clark, formerly Mis3 Pattie Alexander. promptly Monday morning lust, ;ng people. I know there is no crats, and iu such a number an to A lily iH emblematic of her abort life, for was is now being thoroughly repaired .fudge Campbell and Commcit-Avoidth'- s disaffection in our State. The make a Republican victory almost lag, so unsullied, t beautiful xand pure, but transient She was loving daugh are impossible. preparatory for receiving the Attorney Thomas, both people of Pennsylvania er, a noble, sister, a devo- present, and has been ciiergoti against James (J Blaine, beeaune OP UANUFACTURER3 cd wife, and a true mother to two little ciHy engaged n Commonwealth he was born theie and brought ' ICfpwIltHn view tf Zl. lien intrusted to her care. She paecd stock, 21st, 1884, aged 32 years way business mirim; this wiek. Courl disgrace upon his birthplace. Mr. Rtorrs says there will be no ml 10on August she had been a bride but mouths; will be in session a portion of next 54 tumble in any of tho Western our short months, when, after weeks of which will be arriving in a few Tlirio nro Solid Fnels. i week. our Savior called her from hor days. Tho remainder of onr presThe bes blood purifier and syflcm regu-lat- Stetes, and tLat all the talk about . ubcnd'a tender love, to rest upon His DENTAL SCOTCH m. pre over placed within the reach of nuf- - Illinois being Dcniocr&tiu is mere ent stock of Summer Goods will wr tnr ttclh uqua furmr humanity, truly is Electric Bitters. bosh. But it is said ho lia n slight modi; her death was a beautiful Real, b&sold at a great sacrifice to make & ij:cow. Inch closed her christian earoer, but in Inactivity of the Liver. Biliousness- Jaim- - moling of doubt about Ohio, which Yht!u.-a:he ffleldy of many hearts there is now a room. You can, get good bargains Acenta. ?iv fMictirvtn Wrtftl T?flA n being feebly handled by the lo- ost chord, we know that we shall find it 2 m. dicca of the urinary organs, or whoever is now, at cal managers. The Stato leaders again when, around the throne we tune our ST A sinall frame dwelling lionse. requires an appetitzcr, tonic or mild stim- have no J. AMBEliG'S SOKS. sort of doubt that they harps to praise our Maker; thon let us not will always find Electric Bittora occupiod'by Zion Austin, colored, ulant,and only oertain cure known. The snail carry Massachusetts by a weep, but with an eye of faith look upward, safe for she sorrows, and and owned by Judge Mnrrel!, was art surely and quickly, every bottle guar- handsome majority, Gov. with herinloved from all earth'swelcome ua at sisters will destroyed by fire, Sunday night. anteed to give entire satisfaction or monev Robinson and the entiro State gate. A pretty strong belief exists that refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by T. tiekct, which it is on the pro- heaven's has lakl thte dovn to rMt, V. P, Fortune it was the work of an incoudiary )aar. lTlnror. gramme to renominate. There has All thy sHtfcriugs Dieil ihiv, - ess enomies of Austin. It will been some talk about the advisaSet a hadaw on thy brew, UfBtrl(i8a;si5tu Zllitifti. VoVtal lianJi upon thy brrsit, probably bo investigated by tho bility of putting a representative INDIANOPOLIS, Im, Aug. 25. For thy work id iIsb. jgra-ijury now in session. "Meet we In heoro abev ,' n on the ticket either A committee of gentlemen from Tbffe words of thiao as a candidato for Auditor or SecYu ran mvc23 per cent in pric. and Peoria, 111." waited on Shall still Ilecer inonr heart, 6 pM cent in quaiity by having FUKNI Aud though bitter tear shall ktart, Hendricks Vr'a bow with uaerlfitb lore and formally in- retary of Stato, but tho majority rURE at not To Hand Divine. vited him to be present at the of tho Republican leaders do ReE. T.GARDNER'S. And we fcl that thon art bltt Dear, precious friend, opening of the Peoria fair, Sep- take kindly to the idea. Tho For in that bright world above, The Ladies Aid Society gave tember 13. Hendricks accepted publican leaders have recently The ..bode of pet and lovo a good concort Tuesday night, but the invitation. been called on to proenre funds Thy seal hath tasted Joys Which nvr end. we regret were not very liborally Mr. Hendricks accepted the in- for the Ohio campaign, but there Thy mfmory we will trwsnre patronized. Tho performance vitation for Wednesday, Septem- is no surplus Republican money Tattie, dear, nnt wo will net, will not wp. Z3SVX.SZ merited a full house. MiBS Belle ber 17, and will attond'thc fair in in Massachusetts this year. In our hearts we'll fondly keep The bleat thought that thon, dear eno. Fortune sang several beautiful the afternoon of that day, accom4h Art very near. pieces, which alone, wore more panied by Mrs. Hendricks. A Oh it must bo sweet to rest. The old, popular and always reliable Hardware house of The cholera is now reported On the Savior's loving breast. onjoyable to the true lover of mus- Democratic g With harp to sing sweet rrate, will be spreading rapidly in tho Northern And a crown upon thy brow : ic, than all tho entertainments hold in Peoria on the evening of portions of Franco, while it is Po we'll pray for strength to bear a Hickman audience for a Tilt wo meet theo "Over there," thought to bo abating in Toulon Hl! wf&mrxi TiUtLn iJMg And though we yle'd theo up long time. Tho tabloaux wore per- tno run. jtes V Tho disease is Marseilles. and Wo love thee, darling, now A Bcianrlmblc Kncapo . fect presentations. Miss Jessie A Friexd. also Baid to be increasing iu some AND . . JJ mt Onttou's recitation was well roi Mrs. Mary A. Dailcy, of Tunkhannock, portions of Italy. PATENT Has a splendid stock of the very beet makes of all kinds of Hardware, dercd, and the entertainment clos- Pa was afflicted for six years with Asthma uxzt 31i:i:tixo. and which are offered at ed with a laughable farco ia which best Bronchitis, during which time the AHosiul iyptii MAnuir.n, KenolullonHofRcHpcct to C. 31 WiNon. Mr. and Mrs. Walton, and Mastor life physicians could give no relief. Her was desnaircd of. until in last October At Jacksonville, 111., on Aug. 21, at tho ft meeting of tho Fulton At MEDIC1N1ES! Willie Randlo were tho attractions. she procured a Bottle of New residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. County Bar, A. I). Kingman was There was but one thing lacking' I Discovery, when immediatetr. Kinc's relief was'felt. Vm. N. McElroy, Mr. Clarence U. Landrum callod to the chair; and T. M. and a large audience, Which, they rich.- - nn by continuing its use for a short time; 'and lira EUz B. Scott. n.o SAJIUIUVKSIJI. VUIK1, " gaining in iicaii - iYounj: JicarU, early betrothed in tho Pronch elected secretary. Tho ly merited. A.isrr SiSfiM CO llmSin - " holy bonda of wedlock and love, merit tho month. Tree Triol Bottles of this certain cure of richest hleeainga which earth's abundance chair stated the object of tho mooting to bo to mako expression and that th lowest thm market justiffca. All goods guaranteed to all Throat and Lung Diseases at Fortune's may g&rner, and tho choicest favors a kind of tho feelings of respect and re- be exactly very Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00. aa represented. The Democratic barbocuo Providence may bestow. May loves young TDILETRTICLES dfor Septomber 11th, has dreams be fully realized, and their two gret at the death of C. Ilnghletto Virginia All nistit paths now mingled into one be ever strewn Wilson, lato'a member of tho Fnl-to- n been indefinitely postponed. It Special to the t with lffe'a Bweetest and rarest flowers with County Bar. On motion, tho &c, &a, Jfco. &c., &c, &0. was the original intention of tho nothing rougher than the gentle winds of chair appoiutcd O. F. Thomas, E. Washington, Aug. 25. movers irffavor of this grand peace and prosperity to mar their lives. of West S. Murrell, and Jacob White, a not to attempt it, un- ia, was at the Democratic VirginKing night toll tftcr 10 q'eia headlS?"Prccriptiona filled t any hour, day committee to prepare suitable resless a sufficient oncouragemont quarters M. IIo thinks that olutions. COUNCIL. PROCEEDINGS was obtainod to warrant a grand Appropriate remarks woro inThe best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. doubt, success j jturf not having received West Virginia will, without Demobo Democratic. Wilson, tho Ky , Aug 26, 1884. dulged in by several of tho attor- Theattention of builders especially desired as this house will give speHickmax, it, the coramittco resolved on its cratic candidate, is very- - popular neys. Tho committee reported cial inducements. Council met. Prepcnt Mayor McCntcli Correspondence solicited. indefinite postponement. BOYS. ho says, especially with tho work- en, Councilmen Bookman, Moore, Shaw, tho following resolutions which CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 1 R. B. BREVARD. ing men. Judge Hoke also thinks and Witting. woro unanimously adopted : Thanks. On motion the rending of the Minutes The Lidies Aid Society return tbair that Mr. Goff,the only Republican Whereas, It has pleased tho Maker and THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN thanks to the members of tho String Band, member of tho House from that was dipenied with. Creator of all things to remove from our On niuiin council adjourned until to- midst, our beloved and all others who so kindly assisted in State, will bo succeeded in young brother lawyer of the morrow at G p. a. tho Concert at the City Hall, given for the nexf Congress by a 1. the Hickman bar, C llughlette Wilion, we, Democrat. It. E. MILLET, C. T. benefit af the Methodist church the members of said bar. recognizing how AND CONTINUE N.NE MONTHS. heartrending the los of tho noble boy ia to Hickman', Ky., Aug. 27th, IS34. -- LQOAL NEWS. Jt'iV.jji'j -iJjj. jm.'m.'j'iiL. ira naiMiKwansxssasawjati(BaaiMEBMaM0aas!nEXaMa" i..;. GRAND $m Cm i7. lean Streets -i jju-mocrac- y, m, H -- well-dofiue- m . I Swocpin? Reduction in Price;! o -- -- -- SO LQTHISf QI Ten-lKQSo- e: " CLEAN SWEEP lire-parin- PLAUT BROS. Made & CO. 39-00- Mil1)' tSaB UGGIES Prices f mx-ived- , ABT WE Furniture ! ! Respectfully, Contractors and Builders of Houses. 22-t- f. -- Penii-sjlvanir.- ,- lie-Hid- es I iif H ft HIOEMAK, KSTJGKY. mm m W A a - t -- wj-"-- j- - j; P HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. OUR STORE ui m wm uffi-ring- , ir - i th-le- fit ro-olc- Hickman, Kentucky. lb. d Irish-America- ex-Go- v. to-da- y EJIianiJeKnfi SRSVAEUa J. W. COWGILL, IN I mass-meetin- of-fer-od DRUGS, Trusses 1 -- 1 1 'fr -. "- ilvr PAINTS ed Courler-Journnl- .l IPIZITCs-- i to-da- y. Bsf' B pD THE OLD RELIABLE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER g. 1884. Blaiue, acting under the advice of his physician, will remain hero tho coming week. Hois suffering with a sevoro cold and soro throat. Ho Bar Hauboh, Ulalitc on ttio Aick Lint. Me., Aug. 2,"5- .- intended to visit Northeastern Maine. Senator Voorheos addressed people at- - Torre Ilanto Tuesday night. The audience was composed largely of Germans, who were enthusiastic for tho Democratic ticket. 2,-0- 00 the kind and doting parents arid family of Council met pursuant to adjournment, the deceased ; therefore, be it Mayor McCutciien; Councilmen Rtsolctd, That l'(ae Opening for Another Hotel l'r'sent French, Moore, Shaw and Wit. lawyer, we have in the death of our brother Iteckraivn, lost a brilliant, energetio lit the Town. and worthy member. ting. That wo feel the deepest sympathy for ACCOUNTS AM.OAVED. Flattering FroHiicctH to Hnkc tt Pay. following accounts were presented the. father, mother, brothers and Bisters, and The friends of the deceased, in their great losa. We have just completed our new brick propc ly approved, aud on motion, were That the members of this bar wear the lowed.Hotel, located in central part of town, con- a usual badge of mourning during the presvenient to river and railroad, and we don't National Pump Co.. balance on lum ent term of this court, $108.61 hesitate to say, in our judgment, in proper ber That a copy of these resolutions ba spread hands the business would prore quite profi- Jno. Wilting, assignee of W- - C. upon the records of this court, and be -- 1C.00 'umber forLockup table. Also, a nice new business house very Grave?, the papers of Fulton county, with a, desirably located, suitable for any business V. h Gardner, assignee J. T. Casaety, request to publish same, and a "copy be 14.40 furnished to rent. For further particulars anntr tn lumber fur Lock-u- p tho family of the deceased. ...89.00. POWELL & BROTHER. Z Jno. Witting Street Pay Koll C. H. TnOMxs, Hickman, Kr. Ou motion, Cuuncii Jacob White, Committee. ll E MiLLUr, C. C AUet, " ' K.S. MUiUELLj ""b If oicl For Rent. IIi4. A. EEOLOOMBE, -- The Course of Study includes, as heretofore, tho brat of primary inrtruetion, tlm anuat studies in Englinh, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Mbmc, keutioB and Book-Keenin- UKALEn -- - DYiH-STUPFS, Especial attention is devoted to the preparation of boyafor basincn, frtwoltegv, nd lor profesaional studies. Correspondence and consultation of parents, before the opeatag ol nheel k rwpcl fnllv Boliritfd. Addre". Aug. 8, 1884. - C OALDWBLI., BIGS, - MEDICINES, FAINTS AND CJ Uickmas, Ky. fur-nnh- ed wcm jsr9 CARh FJj-t- 1 BRING COJlPOUNJDl YOUR -$ !- fjies chip nous TO THE JOB WORK f 4 rVp "U A a . 1 ri- - " 1 f. J "Kft r jfC ittr-- T LiTLiLeLi ' r. LSHS1 V Tuiw" Jfc. wtf - . W i ., , , j . - .. jb- - --..r srri m-- k .- i-. ,.. ,.w s- - ' T" 'iiiipiimij.il iwimii np"' is" Cj wj r : ' -'- - - o VL fY " H and Winter Stock of New and Ready-mad- e CLOTHING, for Men, Youths and Boys. A magnificent line, embracing all the ncf and nobby styles. The best fitting and the bes&nado Garments in Hickman. You can buy a suit of these elegantly fitting Clothes, lroihwo to four dollars cheaper tlian any other house fan oiler them. Also, a splendid line of OVERCOATS, made up in tlie late style, unci bffthe best material, and at prices that will be bound to suit you. Call and see them. I hayo Jllst rocirriiy Fall Ho 1 1 i' 5- - JULJ. Lis'stowardship jEBB. as I f ;i An H BTJCHANA2T. mi.l H. A. & R. T. Tyler, i' Tiinxru at uickkas. immediately after tho failure of Hon. Oscar Turner infdc his ' the last convention trick, and was opening speech in the fpending tuo work "f J1!0 samo1 ol1 sot wl! were CougtcBsional campa.gnfat thollg and had been always work- to defeat him and not to liarcourt house, Monday, toga very jm0nize the Demoamtic iarty, &c fair audience,' his spccji being Turner criticised rather severely chieilv devoted to an"a(Smt of certain newspaper editors and i i WXXtX CQUEBR TICKET, DEMOCRATIC GROVER FOH VICE rOK VUKMAXXT, CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. I..EKIi:ST, THOS. A. HENDRICKS, OF INDIANA. LongrcsB. . Ho explained his position on tho Fundtnjr bnlj.aniiBsuQ,ydjOjb'i but as ho had been grossly, luiuenro-- ; contcd by certain nowspaperj and politicians, who had falsely chrrg: cd that ho voted m tho intercuts of tho bondholders, he wanted to refer to the record that tho people mi slit undorstand his- - Jruo posi- tion and SCO that ho voted for the nor cent. inteiest.,and alwnvs for the lowest rate of interest. FllHy one half of his speech was - a'iniber W speech 0f,,oljtid.ai)S su,d by having read a letter from Hon. Mr. Holman, tho distinguished In- - l'$ of diana Congi;es6nRnr oomntondnto- lts' fTurnor'S Borvico asiai xoni uiiiiiifiuo an bor of Conirress. &c. ;n r-rr.V.- fi1 hiulit it uuiu Hon. Oscah Turner, just returned from h tri) through Xew York ami the Eastern Statcfi, brings cheering' news as to the prospects for the election of Clovelaud and- - Hendricks. He eays tho election "of Cleveland is certain fFtlib'Xcw York Democrats do their duty. Ho thinks the Democrats havo a imgiiiflcent chance for carrying OiuViu October. Tho strong Republican State of Michigan gives unmistakable eigns of actually going back on Blaine. Tho Republicans have xicmaxs ro i.i tics adopted a prohibition platform, but tho prohibitionist not satisfied have nominated a scparato ticket; and then tho Democrats and Greenbackcxs have formed a fusion ticket. Between tho factions, many are hopeful that Blaine ;vill lose tho State. ASOTIIEIt XIIC1I3IOXD. Mr. Sol. C. Vaughan, of Padu-cah, is announced as a Democratic candidate for Congress, subject "'to tho primary election on the understand ."Mr. Vaughan to be a very clover, popular gentleman, and'of such ability to make a crcditablo Congressman, lie has been a very successful business man. In his circular he claims to have always been an ardent supporter of Col. Turner, based upon his advocacy of a primary election but ho claims that Turner has gone back on his own proposition; and that his candidacy (Vaughan's) is in the interest of harmonising tho Democratic parSCtii. "We ty. Tlic l nborintr People. The Republicans charge that tho Democratic party is a party of communistic ideas, catering to tho common peoplo against established authority, &c. This is not true, but Mr. Cleveland in tho following paragraph .gives tho true Demo- cratic p'oBitibn : The laboring classes constitute the main part of our population. They should be protected in their efforts, peaceably, to assert their rights when endangered by aggregated capital, and all statutes on. this subject should recognize the care of the Etatc for honest toil, and be framed with a vi8w of improving the condition of work ingmen. A proper regard for the welfare of the iTorkicgman being inseparably connected with tho integrity of our institution!!, none of our citizens are more interfiled than they in guarding against any nl corrupting influences which seek to the beneficent nurnoses of our Gov ernment, and none should be more watch ful of the artful machinations of those injury. who allure theraT to pre-Tcself-inflict- How often would wo havo gathered you together liko a hen gath-cret- h her brood under her wings, oh DomocratB, but ye would not ! We beg Democrats who may seriously contemplate voting for tho Republican nominee, to pause and soriously consider tho consequences of such action. So far as badinage between tho supporters of different aspirants, intended only to help a Democratic favorite, may go, may bo innocent enough, but for true Democrats, men who arc Democrats from prin an economical administration of cipleandconviction such a thought public affaire, &c. Ho said the Democratic House of Representa cannot for ono moment bo tolora- tives cut down the Republican ap- - j ted. If there are thoso who have propnation bills tlic rounu Hum of boon vdthiff tko Democratic tick $i9,000,000; that tho Be,iublican et who now from principle prefer Senate Uommittco mcreasea it the Republican party, it is their $19,000,000 ; and that thcopubli-oa- u Sonato not content with, tho constitutional privilege to change, increase of their own Ccmmitteo but for a true Democrat from facmade it 120,000,000 ; and tfiis was tional piquo to voto for the tho indisputable evidence that the nominee, is a blunder we Domocratic party was tho true and only party in favor of economy hopo no Democrat will commit. Wo confess wo hear some Demoand reform. regard to the Eiver and Har- crats assort such intention, hut Iu bor bill he said that ho had work- whon thoy como to seriously aud ed earnestly and in good faith to secure appropriations for the Hick- dispassionately weigh such a vote, man and Columbus harbors, grand wo apprehend but few will do bo. chain, &c, in his district and had Ono member may make the next succeeded but that ho had, con- Congress Republican, and no good, sistent with his convictions and truo Democrat cau afford to take record voted against tho Eiver this chance. Tho Cotjihbr beand Harbor bill. At tho first part of tho session ho had voted for longs to tnc Old Guard of Detho ono million doliar appropria- mocracy tho Joffersonian school, tion to tho Mississippi, because and we' warn all now that such a that was unincumbered by tho lit- movement muutnot succeed iu tle ctfeoks and bayous that wore lugged into the River and Harbor tho old Gibraltar of Democracy ; bill proper. Ho had always been and vrhon one Democrat deserts in favor of liberal appropriations to the Republican nominee, mark to tho National thoroughfares liko tho' prediction, fivo others will tho Mississippi, Ohio, Cumberland, not consent to solidify on tho strongest Demo&c, but could squandering tho people's money crat in tho field. in a vain effort to render naviga-blcreeks that in Ins judgThat Coalition. Wo say then, and wo aro prepared to ment could be bettcrMacadomizcd. He considered it legitimate, and prove 11 wnenever we are called upon all Con pressmen so considered it i lDai ? C0'ul,0M na3DCen Pposcu. ana is C0DBUmmat,r'. nal andfso acted, to sccuro special an-- 1 icuv4j -- Ku-w 7 uifuij, utifcwetn urominenL propriations in a general appro democrats in this district, (who are oppofccd priation bill, and then vote against to Col. Turner,) and tho Hepublican, to unite on Mr. Houston, and defeat Turner the main bill because lie-public- an earnest and active part, voting and speaking, and doiug all in his power in favor of theco measures. Ho spoko of his trip through 2sew York, tho Eastern 'States, and Ohio and Illinois, since tho adjournment of Congress, and of his haviug been in contact with leading and representative Democrats from thoso States, and ho brought the glad news to Kentucky Democrats that tho National Democratic camp tires were brightly burning, and that tho distinguished representatives whom ho met gave sanguine assurances that Cleveland and Hendricks would bo triumphantly elected in November. Ho regarded Cleveland's election as certain as that of his (Turner's) own of which thoro was no doubt. General applause. He discussed at length tbe general appropriation bills, some of which lie voted against, claiming that ho was compelled to do so as an honest representative having honest convictions as to ocratar Fulton county eay they will enp-- S l,ort tbeRepuhIican nominee this time." ''Prominent Domocrata in Ballard coun- V swear Ury will support the llepublican they dovotedtotho dlSCUSSlon of 4i, n nominee aisoon aachance.become convinced They say that that StoneaS no OltortS at tanll reiorm, uio Atom- - Turner the partv iu this district me issi iim anu inai inev are Koine 10 uvu um, tvi;., uuiui i"w turn, ot-tWW sion, and the land graut forfeiture beat him wiu a Republican or any one eke acts, in which ho (Turner) took an wno naa sirengm. ' heso items from the Fulton dellooks a little serious : "Aerv iartra number of the bat Dem- In- - This is, indeed, tho climax of absurdity. Mlas it como to this? Is thcro anyNpcmocrat in this dis trict who isuso far forgetful of party principles aa to voto for tho Republican noniiuco? Wo hope these fcoblc brethren will recon sider their unwiso decision. It is Scn-tino- l. simplo madness.-r-JPaduca- insmc vipw or uov. rioveliiurt. , The (Mnxlrti Hum tio. Bl.AlSVH I.IKI.I. NU1T. f!V.TTI?AI PlTV An.. Ol Tho 2tow York Independent! to nny vriint ihe Dcli'iuiiiiil was an immeiiHC crowd hero tonnliliclmu llin iu.iv AbsiitU. j...v.u..u. n.vi fnllnivinir, niin day to attend the mass meeting to wriffnii lv flnvrvriinr fMnvrl,w1 iAi protest against .. . lw,!-.I'rmn ImlUtutn ill tlltl!Ht labor in ins urotner on mo day ot Jus eloc; Bv tho course ho has selected tho mines. Tho convict was call mooting '; inr jiitini; i.i 4V.,.,..rwl 41. .x ounti ed to order in onen air. (thcro bo tion to tho Governorship: mv on..: JJir. di:... Jio iuii-kMayok's Ofpick, ) ncl into a position requiring it to ing no house largo enough to hold Buffalo, Y.,Nov.7,lSS2. J ' prove the truth or falsity of tho j tho crowd), at 1U.30 a. iu. Sheriff-- r My Brother I havo just n,10.rs Jt 1,as referred to. This elect R. IMlockor, of Ohio coun- votod. .Isiflfojfcjuluo MX1T' dil aition was not of our sookiiijr, ty, was oloctcd Chairman and v .Mi. uiatuQ'3 own doing, iiis Judgo Q. B, Coloman, of South rttWnrt vnnn a xnMtatlin iim.. liiini bFh u j uiii Link aviiatiIiav. nfm,k is uui iffifr,.j;Tn,Mi',,i-riw.iH(yt!o- n waa a stunendOus mistake. Carrollton, Sccrotary. Among tho prominent men presi r kA4i.... l ui .ci&u'ii a iniixaimm lu ent wore ltcprcBcutntivc t ., , , t iouia :, j,lTnneyrsind. "Worao than that." j ones, ot .Huhlcnhcrir county. ,.?:,. 4 i... ...i r County Attorney il. li. Kingsolv-ing- , "'f,.?. !!"8 ?lr h wore ttmo for nio to write to aoni lion. H. D. Mcllenry, Air. E. ono who will believe what I write C Hubbard and Judge Gregory, I have been for sometime iiaiiJU8fJ!,"?ie,?11d1;i atmosphere of certain success, k family wo regret of Mr. Blaine's of Hartford, and Capt. E. Farley, being forced to that I havoboen sure thatlahoult produce tho overwhclininir evi of I'aducah. 3Ir. Alcllcury made the leading , , asHumo tho duties of tho hisrh utn.l... . r. .,. ' ...:n speech, censuring Gov. Knott for fice for wlch I have been mimediV ,".""i:L against which bra- - his oflicial act in hiring out coni...,.i 4. i.-- i. vado cannot utaml. It is ovidoncc vict, and . em4 i.; u , iiiii, iu (rivijiuii uipiv;tw4tt, in the face of which Mr. Blaino's ployment atdenouncing their illeCentral City us the responsibilities that will ros Mm f.ftti.r n1r.rrTi,i rtfl,i,ir 4l.i gal. He stated that five hundrod upon me, aud they arc much, will aj)peaf as either blind more convicts arc to bo workod, much, underestimated. But thought that has troubled mo is:! ,; ..ft1 , . " l and that every miner on tho C, O. IllllHL II111KO and S. YV. railroad must go. 'HO CMUUUl'U WHU.-ICan 1 well perform my duties, aud his own family condemn him for Tho committee on resolutions in such a manner as to do some hnung him confronted knowing reported through Mr. E. C. Huo-bargood to the peoplo of tho State! of its possible, if not actual a series of resolutions adI know thore is room for it, and I We protest agaiu against dressed to Gov. Knott, asking the kuo that I am honest and in my desire to do well, bat' the responsibility for its disclo- removal of tho convicts in tho being tho quostion is whother I know sureBhuno'slaid at our door. Lot strongest language. Mr. friends romombor that Representative Jones made a de-- 1 enough to accomplish what I it was his doing not ours. speech explaining how tho law siro. The declared permitting the convicts to work The social life which seems (o Blaine's Sentinol has libel suit a political in mines was passed, and said that await mo has also been a subject of much anxious thought. I have culation an action inspired by cal- ho voted agninst i. A committee composed of E. G. a notion that I can regulate that That any rather than indignation. portion of tho Democrat- Hubbard, of Ohio county; Win. ffkr-- t ou il if ilADiint ttnmli Walton, of Hopkins county; 2?. enn.I shall, pend very iittlo time '. J. Harris and X. J. Kcllur, of X ..' ,. : , .. .. 111 llll' IHIlCIt UllinillV.Ui.lt I'illli ofi;,r ;.. nuu'ii ordering tne suit is sur- - Aiumeiiburg county; W. L. Bland, m'.. r r.. t t -,i,- - 1 ismg. Tho iiroraptiicsn of McLean county; O. Parker, of Inll v., nr.t'nrn n.i,r. oiicy iVoad to II. Ryan, Ml"llULLUUill" Uiinstiau county, and C. appointed J UIVU tUU of Logan county, wcro is to make tho matter a business xy.w. engagement between tho people were just the terms the Blaino to wait on Governor Knott and managers bidding for. Tho present the resolutions adopted of the State and myself, in which crafty old weredid fox make a "cute" and demand relief. tho obligation on my sidd is t literary effort for them, as read: I: was movod by Lee Millard, of perform tlrt) dnties assigned to mc What a startling shock! What unio county, that the commission with an eye single to tho interest blow! of my employers. I shall have an unexpected never He had nev- crs bo requested to rmnovo the er heard of no idea of or of any such a charge. Ho dreamed of convicts in thirty days. Adopted springs uhe great crowd was quin but higher political preferment in nry to his feet, jumps mag- determined, ami imtcuod earnestly head, but bo very happy ani thank- netically to a desk, ful if I can well servo one-terat snatches a pen and cxasporately to tho local speeches. Tho conelectrically victs must go, is tho voice of all. tho people's tTOvcrnor. Do you U!tJ command to his know, that if mother woroftlivft-Tf"11"";l.ol avenger .. .... !.....?.. Bancroft, tho historian, is rusti should fed so much safer ? I aatff I. I ViVTJitt .1 Wll, KllllUKi uii nun: s cating at Salt Lake, Utah, and io JT always thpmfrt Hr pmyera io fmj.ioj tho itroor sittor- - gttbiiuriu;; uiuii concerning uio much to do with my success. riui'iH, pUU "u and settlement of Utah by shall expect you to help mo iu that " r rhsher of tho sued." , white men. way, ..,.. o ,i o..n: Givo mv love to and to5 0i """'!' 7?u l paintcrand sculpif she is witlt you, .and be.iyerylbubject lieve me, your affectionate broth-or- , tor; subject for campaign romance " - 1 Attorneys at WILl OuTcc-Mi- Xiirw7, HCKMAN. KENTUCKY ATTEND TO ALL RUSIHESS to their care. u i llet Block. aev8-"- 8 - a. a " r, i'u J1'8??., FULTPN BA KK OF.PCLTOJT, SfcY. ,4s 3Eow I.Oi-t- Ju.t tul.lt.l.c 1. i.rw ,ltlou vt D. Clrwoir lti bralrj Kt.j ta ln radical ci nsf Sprmiv i.ost, Ifoir ItcHioted. ltutl 3itnie. l Capita; S50,000.00. "iid felln c a n,r,.r,i ., !i ?! '"? 1 'jsuit r?i. Dihcounfcl'apernnd Loan Money, Ihiyn utrj mj Exehatij-on any l'uinl in tl.o ralirllT. , Unhid Slate-- Solicits 71.U .f the .lionl.l L Iu tU Luiila of titry mlriftT People Generally. Collection-muIVnipi jonth nmUr mult iu Xhr 14. ii'ht J rl. In plln ii,Inf, fo LotUai Remittance ai Current Hate of Excliangu Urrn, on trrribl of four crirf. ur o A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. AiMrM ttMl or Srinlnal lekViic, luroIuutrj Impcitctifj-- , tml nod I'IijimhI 1d Con Nritjr. IlniHliHiftita tu fit. ; Mliiit!mi, "p'.fjf and Tilt, iuduiwl by tlMnJitl grncr, ur cxuiti ltrT jurr. ac. TIip cHel'tol RUthor. Iu tliit sJmlritM T. Uemoiutnlra trmu m tltirtj yrarB the ttfclnlBy trnnnmttt of itlf-- nl I'tnetKr, i:e tiij tu radii all ; 1. Inline cun-itnJ t nre ulluplr, tvrUlli, aiij ITrtnl. by cf iui Iui'kiik u( lilb mfTsrrr, no imtUr wliot kl cixllilfin may cure Mmtrlf ckMply, lf, cli-rl- tht nrrnil ut, !. 4 1 1 Tl.E CULVERWKLL WKDICAL C.. AHUM.. Kew Y..t. N.T , lV.t OCTc B.. 4i HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS. HICKMAN, JBonchirant Conjnjissioa d, Drcwry, oxis-tonc- e. KT. urn-cor- o ljercaf ? DBALEB IV nm-ueuvo- r; Itamax ani Auericam MONUMENTS, Mauui.s TOMD ANU GRAVE IllCKMAX, XY., h&aa, YrtA Kttp lwy LIJIE, CKMKXT, bALT.PUMTOtl BK, l'LU S, OK ASH SKKDS, CLOYER, Ac Will raka libcrnl dTAk.s VtU-Ccr- n, I I 4- .iiis . -- 0!? ;" """"'' '"-iigli- t- &c , for fc'w r ihiyattau STONE8. iush-- aopi,rfitati, .'"ES'S 1 " HSK c- - H pared ur to fill all orders. work Orders frra the VING received Jean nml Italiim aflno lot of Anier" Marble. 1 am pro Call and ezamiue J. W. EOGERS, iX.Ein'a all kladi ef ttayls a.4 faay couutry promptly may in HUB GEOCEEIES, mil k'in't 1 iiinUi IDfiH nnt Conntclionfries. he plesrtd k ee his uld custonior, and will bth talf them iu pricif and qimlitj. CI1 aadity US. "Quick aaa ami In. ill V.-- r. ubilcrsohl gal-vanical- ly F.iSSSIOS'AIil FOR HA1.H, B00T-AN- D s-- fJ4lf u. I OXIUiil SHOP. M. ol U TIMEEB 1(")"1 "Cifti' LJLiTD. r. VnrTT., tun-covcr- y I 1.",a A no-- . and Troy April. Xoiih Au-miuj-, Kist Jlkktu.in, Ky .paJTa' i.tfact.un cuaraiituLtl. "Wt corner V.i.-o- Um llivkiifii. m I)yrxltr;ra. $m)a AUiIrr , ru fc'Ajti.. C. Davis donatio, Lo, W - Grovkr Clekland. Ilrnkllrn'.i I'rudj. Ftwrlnl td Yt Cnmim!;i rUuttrr Conricr.Ji..irii.!.J 9.1. W. This adge can be vr rifted l.y buying FLOUR of PoWKi-- & I!uo. Extra Fancy Flour, made out of Ko. "J Wheat, unadulterated, 00 per barret. Family Flour F4 50. Oth'r grades in projiortion. Bran 70a per hundred in quantities, L D1EJSTELBUIKK s. The following bun boon publish- ed as a partial list of tho articles of impeachment against tho Republican party: "The Credit Mobilicr dwindle. "The Boss Shepherd ring frand9. 'The pafe burglary iniquity. 'Tlte whisky frauds. "The Freednven'g Bank swindle. "The Belknap impeachment. "The Robeson naral frauds. "Tb Sanborn frauds. "The Indian Bnrean frftrids. "The Pension Bureau frauds. "The Black Friday rascalitv. IThe the! t of the fcrowdeney in 187S, The Indian bribwy in I33U. "The Blaine Speakenhip jobbery. "The frauds." i Star-route ! Tho York Times' Albany corros- pondent says: "Tho friends of Gov. Cleveland who aro posted on tho plans of the Democratic managers mauifost no concern TVjTO spnee to name all articles, but no over tho September elections iu !c. Xl trptihle to show pooils. Tormont and Maine. They hold EST One or more barrels ot Flour Jc andonic ami aec, at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue. Eist Hickrur, Ky that as both States nro eortain to livareil free or drnynjje. nugl5-2- r go Ropublicnn by decided majorities, there is no nocessity of putting in any more work than is ivories. to got out the regularDemo-crati- c jwrflona having daime agsirst the ROCERY vote. Unless the Republi- ALL of J. F Thoiua,,lec-a'l- . will i on or before lxm cans roll up phenomenal majori- proreut ihcra frr taym-iities, the Democrats will bo satis- Ul day of Septomh'r. 1SSL i.L.iii.V a. 111U.M Aa, O. fied with the outcome of tho SepAduiinistratriz. Aug. 15, 2T0w to-da- y WASinKamv. Family All ptro?i jnMiiig !;iiw gnUt tt rdlntvaf Mr" AmiuL J.ohimtm. Iccn aiejiiK-.eto ti'c mid chiiuix. proptrrv prort-- l up mi or Wore the 3Uih of , in my with Mr. Geo. IIen. d Jin-lSiy- l, Ik-iiw- K II. 11 Ue,-CJnrdisn Matti Kobirvt. v Groceries. and pay cx-- h for all mj OroctrUg, and tl ercfor can cell as cheap a ih cha est. l!ft brands of IVilienbirj axtfL Star Fleur, l'& canie chvnpcr Ihsa the m JOHN rTIITIKft. 25cts Lower than the Lowest bar no clrk xpni no ttor rta 1 ro-quir- IfAiOLY M (DAVIS o lin Liuard. To ob.cure tho 8.aggcriK H on these public matters, tho itc-- 1 publicans seek to givo prominence to personal scandals pertaining to Cleveland and to Blaino. Blaine, to blind tho people, has institutod a iiDoi suit against an individual editor, who, right or wrong, rep resents no ono but himself. I3Z'0-iSTi:itS tember contests. Their oxneri- once four yoars ago, when the Fu )CV aflcr a vorv j104 tight, has taught the.n that a great expenditure of strength iu tho early States is apt to hurt more than it helps in tho final result. Tho men. who nro Gov. Cleveland's most trusted advisers here, believe that tho victory in Maine and September, 183-1- . JUDGE. OLD STAND.) SALE AND LIVERY STABLE in Septum- - Tenclier IVnntoil. Faius sale & A comjwtent male teacher, middle apcl 411 kinds or mn preferred, in hchool district No 11 W.M HACOX. STAPLE AND FANCY Apply to Chairman Doani of Trustee', Hickman, Ky. July 81, 1S84. usually kept in a firm-clas- s toin prices. GROCERIES KENTUCK1' STJIEET, KEEPS constantly on haad Pakkek, ftr hi o J H0HSE3, EUGOIES and IUCKB. Hiving purchaad th labl. ktrie houso, at hot and ontire outfit of W. B. riaanai-wjiroposo to continue tho bailatsa, TEAS, solicit patronogo Look ntTh'9. We are now fielliiigch;Mrwi Sliocs, at to 75c. which coflt us from 80c to SI 40 2-'- c FANCY CANDIES, 3IINCB-MKAA-T, al I'I,ATFOK3I. ', ri 'j tho People's candidate for Con It is possible that tho editor of gress, of this District, puts forth ' tho Old Guard has been deceived tho following platform: 1. Ho favors a protectivo tariff. as to tiro alleged coalition between 2. Favors appropriations for certain Democrats and the Ropnb-licantho harbors. and that being deceivod ho 3. rivers and national Opposes has been induced to make tho wants tho Governmentbanksand to iBsne point in tho interest of his' favor- nil the currency of the comitr-v.to fastctiroliibifory liquor, laws Democratic votcrsall being foV ite for Congress; but, we have an '1. Ho wants the Internal Rov-- , on tho United States. This issue Cleveland and Hendricks, thoro abiding confidence in the truo de- enuo tax on tobacco repealed. was no lack of rail harmony it 5. He wants tho is sharply defined in the pending was all bosh merely the sputter- mocracy of Col. McKinney, the to own the telegraphGovernment companies campaigu between Clovelaud and ing of schemers, &c. If the party editor of tho "Old Guard," and if precisely as tho mails. Blaine and tho result of tho was being split and brought to he iB prepared to protc the charge, These aro the main points in the MosnchiisottM Boltcrn. popular vote will go far toward ruin, where was the evidence of wo demand of him to out with it. platform upon which he wants tho it, when in each recurring State Boston, Aug. 24. The Indepenshaping National legislation on aud National election, this District Wo assert that if he has the proof, votes of the people. dents are convinced that tho outsubject. Mr. Cleveland's let- always rolled up its accustomed that he owes it to the truo demo-crattho look for Cleveland in this State is John C. Shoemaker, oditor of Democratic majority tho biggest ter says : of tho District, to produce it; the Indianapolis than it was a month Sontinel, who is better In a free oounfry the curtailment of the and proudest of any district in or, if ho has been deceived, in fair a thorough canvass of ago. l sued by Blaine for absolute rights of the iudmdual should Democratic Jieuticky. All this ness to other Democratic aspi- ges for libel, says: $50,000 dama- tho State they havo failed to find aa w essential to tbe peace talk of a lack only be each "Tho Sentidffharmony was locality where any materand gooa order ot the community, 'lne merely tho plea "of rants, the charge should bo with- nel accepts Mr. Blaine's blustering a single editors and limit between the ptopor subjects of governways of battle. Ho has placed ial number of Republicans were mental control and those which can be politicians in favor of their own drawn. For our part, wo shall his own and his not distinctly iu their favor. Thero family's mors fittingly left lo the moral senro and favorites, for hovrcould thoy vote for any capable, honest issue. Tho Sontinel has repute in is a constantly increasing demand made no restraint of the citizen should uin tho face of each election Democrat to beat tho Ropublicnn disrespectful remark for nnti Blaino documents from all be carefully kept in Tiew. Tims lav. un- always showing a concerning parts of the State. One edition of solid Democratic necessarily interfering with the habits and ;t the latter, and James G. nominee. speech customs of any of our people, which are front; and irthcyldul believe it, a mongrel knight to thusinterpbso 5 000 copies of Schurz'snew ediwhy didn't they accept tho propoexhausted and a notoflcRftive to the moral sentiments of the has been Knnnns IJcmncrntic. his wife and children for rakinrr Independents civilised wnrld,' and which ate consistent sition repeatedlmado by lihnself Rymp.ithy. We shall confront tho tion ordered. Tho organization TorEKA. Kas., Aug. 21. The with good citizenship' and the public wel- rani friends for a nfiinarv election completed an of havo fare, are hhwic and vexatious. ' on tho regnlac .election day, when Resubmission Republican Conven tattooed knight." Stato as tiiorougn as mat 01 the indorsed the Demotho people wcnfJolt to their reg- tion Upon tho snbject of political cither of the old parties, and proAfter Mr. Keck. cratic State tickot by an almopt ular elections 3 lie was a Jcffcr- keep tho campaign up to unanimous vote. This it is con- conventions the Columbus, Qa pose to heat point from now on. dotor-J- , soinan Dcmocratfahd always ready It is understood that a sidered, will elect tho Democratic Sun says that one of tho greifect a white mined effort will bo made to oust. io oow to tnc party authority thus ticket by a large majority, as not nnd most complex political prob- Thoy'hnvc succeeded in keeping j? Mr. Heck at the next Senatorial fairly oxpressedMimt, ho never methods from the knowledge less than 20,000 votes will by this lems which tho peoplo have over their legislative election.' Beck and would submit cotficso contempti-bl- movo go to Governor Glick from undertaken to solve is that which of their opponents. rings and riHcs that tho peolf J?lackliuru are near neighbors, and secures fair and honest represent tho Ropblicau party. RAAtianalis'iu will h fi nrm--. ple had first dtll&i, uu in fiVht. ..., an ation, and that no plan thatjjms The Ponsacola Advanco says it I ful lever in prizing, the brawny1? c. This prinMrvJcleotion on an "Honor" Jietf In honest to:!." ' cvor ooon moo soetntt to have was apathy alcno that caused tho tfff day WM co1pMj aK,aoct Win (Jrovcr Cleveland. J 'Scotchmau out ot oihec. en perfect miUsiaciiou. Democratic defeat iu 1BS2. The balance of his speech was devoted to his candidacy for reelection. He claimed, that the (3EKXAXM VS. PKOIIimXXOX. much talked of "dissejision in the party in this district'was merely It wouljl Ue. singular thing if a preference oj voters for one in tlcir Democrat over another, and" that the German-American- s Republican party there being no divigion as to any devotion tatifcr should prove to be tho very vote Domocratic principle, and the -- features. f for Congress with him! Trigg County Old Mr. Dupoyster, who is stylod s, J ' . I860, simply alarmed tho Republicans, and aroused tho "Grand Old Party" to extraordinary efforts in tho Octobor States, and they do not intend to repeat tho mistake this year, even ifthoyconld. They expect Gov. Robies' majority will bo between 12,000 nnd 15.000, figures which they do not think should bo regarded of special significance coming from Mr.Blaino'e own State. If the majority should fall below 10,000 they will tako it as an indication that tho Republican candidate has not tho popularity which is credited to him, and as a proof that tho Republicans' disthan affection is more is commonly boliovod. wide-spread per pair. Ladies Shoes at 60c, to $1.00, original . coat $125 10 Mens Shoes 50c to $1, not ono half their 2.3-5- CRKNBEmiES, PICKLES GRITS HOMINY, BOOTS AND SHOES. CCflt Mci.'b and Bora Hoots, 52.00 to $3 60, and $4.00 ier pair; thi i a sweeping reduction in thia line and it wont last Ion--- . mj m9 lie 3c Sugar, Coffees, Soups, fcc. K&Willnoll undersold. Will pay full price for ISnttcr, Eg g8i o ra E. GLAZIER. guaranteed. RopairingioIiciitA Keeps lu flock the vry Best Uattrla? and kops only the beat workra. Wik J.AMUEUG'dSUKS. Professional Cards, B. P. O'MNIEL, 3L MONTGOMERY, mi.- .nnu ihe pablia thai na nns openta a new on J frtiii apply M. D., all kinds f Family Groczbiks, wkick b will sell aa loir as the lowest. He s rta-d- y HIS PROFESSIONAL SER. at all times to exchange GfmwIm vl OFFERS Is tho citizons of Hickman and OXC cash prices Butter, Eggs, Clilekeup, r Tieinity. any kind of marketing that (h farnlBg room in Laclede House. Office Corner Keep the very Lest mkes of Beer, fresh friends may bring in. The highest saai and cool, and polite and altcutive cltrka to pries always paid. (erTe cnstonicTs. M. MONTGOMERY J. BRQ. --- TIV0LT HALL. A oxo-- THE BAUTER ns menus GR0CERT- - JLU.CBU iq TTR. J. Jos. SOHM, Prop'r. r fr kt e to-da- y PHYSICAN AflD SURGEON, HICKMAN, y, - l. mm. AX- D- FOR SALE. Tho best Columbus make of KENTUCKY (Hitman, Ky., Clinton Str.) ti ojleWatei OFFERS jaal'J-'B- O his Professional Services te of Hickman and vicinity. bo-liov- o GBOO BBIES situ m mm. self-impos- BI.-in-- SriQene.. C L. Kpt for sale, at a bargiR, at the Urttj and Sale Stablq of FARIS & PARKER. RANDLE Af LAW LOWER and LOWER. All kinds of Groceries haras, sides, &o. as cheap as the cheapest. I will not be undersold. JOHN WITTiNG. ATTORNEY to-dn- y F. B. CASE, DEJLZS Collector, Real Estate Agent. HICKMAN, KY. IS t . o ? - 1$ lo? Kent. JOT Will attend promptly to all bus ThcjPIant Bros. & Co. building is to be JSD AtdO. ne93 entrusted him in Southwest en thoroaghly renovated and repaired, and Kentucky and Northwestern Tcnncsneo rem Ket3. Seiner. Lines, Hocks, and alltkinis: Special ntlentionr-- on to the invostiga wiii'wiur terms, irom the 1st ot Janunrr 1 SSoSfJor &c.. addr&y of Wishing Tackle and SuppHea, atabA. tion of Land titles, and the purchase II C BUCK, gain. Gro.eric and Family Supplie genr?$ aale of Real Estate. fjanS Harri Stationr-Teun- . erally. Family Groceries; ? ;r v.. r -- te r 3? :h. I ATf: