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WB iii'imiiiiii i Ji Fine Job Printing EXECUTED wr mm PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN, Helnio Bulldln?, ClinUm rrI-I- ir i- -l $iHZHf The Oldest Ni'M-spapc- r' ina-meetdig A T Street. jbli ES TABLTSHED 1S59. COURIER - With Neatness and Dispatch. mm BALE BILLS, ErXVELOPES, LETTER-HEADBILL-HEADS. S, GEORG& WARREN, Editor. ipyHtern Kcutuclcj- INVITATIONS, 2G, 1SS4. i PRICE OF SUIWCRIJPTIOX, SLoO. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNT Y.lcENl'UCfK FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER Mr.-Blaino'- VOL. YlX.-- N. O.A.X.X Xow. I have a proposition to maice to you. z Ojienin? Speech of Jlr. HenJrIck. Schnra lays great stress upon nThe Real Issue. which I think is most liberal and fair, going The Dearth of Republican "Sonp." POLITICAL as far as 1 possibly can go without ruining $; .Jr answho kept out of the coalition of interview with'MuIliiran. Tho The first regular Democratic myself past all recovery. ThewOnttv noW has before it tha version of that interview given by Xiike Banquc's Shade It V7ill Not Now. r you will take up the f 10 000 or couThe waitings of the Republican lead of the campaign in Indianaposenso "JJ.VWucsty are 1S81, and General Mahone will be left Common ? the various purties, the ers, committeemen and candidates over pons payin me the oti9h tlierefi r, and give powerless. This gives promise uf lis was held on the night of August :J0. Mulligan seems to me utterly improbDown. me the $ij,u0ti of bonds, I wid let all the able. breaking up. for the time at least, It is tlatly and contemptuously kUCLtreePt:ince of tllc principal the dearth of campaign funds are mourn- on the side of tho Vtiinrftgparty. thati'-fentour matter stand until you are An aildress was first read to Air. Ileu-dri- ts contr&ilictetl Years of Nast thinks candid'Tind the pronunciamentn of ful and deep. They have been so accusby Mr. Blaine. rule" in the State of Virginia- ready to open en the subject from the committee in charge. would Fisher and Mulligan g'Xl name a natch or yoursMf. The interview to which Mulligan tosti-he- s Mr. Butlorffyho prefers to be regarded tomed to a road- - response that they on the Make" - .. l.rtrtP "unerni jMahone has at no timn f E Mr. Httulricks. in replying, said he " 1 trunt in consideration of on r many year IIT 1 .s m--letter Aliased to Be in illaine's snowrf was jwrtly in the presence of Fos- - as thei cnigato of no party in imrt'o-ula- r, can not reconcile themselves to refusal. .or i;aH jyjtuwhment to principle. He or friendship, a welt us in Mow ot the peoui-ta- r reeogni.i'dthe dut of spoaking franklv up some used the reuStiwiMor. niovemnnt ti urn. W Finest Italian Hand Appeal that alter of tho discon- The coldness o: the cle ks who were Isn't it about twieWWt )l)hnlf ter and Atkm, and partly with him relations 1 have hold in tlite matter, you and wdhm eont'ealment. 1 .,nAT1Ta.TF lie askeil alone, the parties passing aiid repassing tented of all parties. One fact will ou-c- wont to come down so freely when or- ousineas ..nM.rt iui;i;wj--Ulaiue-- ? """li rt mntr 1.1 ...-an effort to do this. Yours truly. will make "Would Caute Stones to Weep. it.. ui i"uw tin iiiiu a " J. G. Hlaixx. tho'.r attcniion to the necessilv ami fessoil cnlieitmio fir lh caiEa. tL to any "oe who has the patience to dered to "stand and deliver" is very GarlieU had from one room to another. It seems W. Wisher. Jr Ksi." .ri-..idl rvvenne reform. Tho power , I. n . . 1. r. mnlil ttic great volume of this sort of flllL l .. eitr.ens ' even nunurcu Arujfvxl.i voters oi nnTtrxn " ; Messrs. Warren Fishor and James discouraging: but it is hardlv as griev"IlosTov, Sept a, 1871. My Dear Illaiae: to levy and collect taxes he regarded as to me utterly unlikely that Mr. Ulaino master rt... him campaign Hterature and to coanuu u j- " ,rtnt would pass from calmness to d antt lu " It is the trreutest importance that the partfei among the highest and "Mulligan have furnished for publicaof tho . 1 most responsi- and agony, and back to calmness stress several en ipw, and that compare u ous as the apathy or oppositionthis par- Baltimor e havfiormeufwjeianu t . rinft-rk- l r flirt Sliilft.UUIU",u"M" He owning the interest in the .0)i. and investTl.iJm..hl.: iiiir. v..w. v& .v jk uvr , f lftn1tiil' 'a is the subiiL3:.?..:uiiiiii tiiri business men. The failure of tion the following, as ap pours from a ed by them In the Northern PaciUe Itailroaa, ble attributttf of government. In anagain used his peculiar ydsition in tno stantial agre&ment which all have, with ticular milch cow if we may mingle anv eolorinr foryBBfect. Bostdu telegram of September 14: receive what is due them; and unle; swer to t he question. How far may Gov- in that way. To those who have known moroorJesajBrnphasis, " 1 n fflVHtfnltnn.. ! to obtain control of Federal appoint-- " somethiiiK-icome to upon metaphor- - njittlo is tho lasLstraw that d donealmut it 1 shall be forced ernment so in the etc.-eiscourageous and -genTo the People of tho Pulled Statos: of of the pow- , that to turn the document oxer to them and let treatment of the revenues. The breaks the camel's I ack. Heretofore K.. I...H niaiuu luisscu ments in Virginia as a moan ..,, the tlenian, there I, IwiinilLniHIinHiinnnjn Believing tht it is our duty to lav before you settle directly with them. Mr. Caldwell er to ta the people? he said tnat all of James (J. does not appear to bo much ltepubljcan?twhile still clinging his hold as a political uiour fellow countrymen tho following s Blaine in Mulligan's sto-- j to tho the business community has been a firm it would a sun-- i tells me he has paid you his last note due you should lrely and cheerfully which have oeen in our we anwer &V),0JU land bonds in addHlon. I It is the chief disgrace 01 mo ;t A groat many tilings may seem protecUoaiitJfdea, and while jwintin" ami s ire reliance. Ordinarily, it has -- -- fflUoS- - -- .w..,. ...... ,,- ii.r,.t,i sanuer.t Administration at asninfjwm have placed tlio original' for safo keeping in and travo the it waj for your interest to settli that there shall bo no limitation and re- r3'-- " 9MUO.V wi a uki v should judge the bunds of Jlessrs. Sohior & We'oh. ooun-clor- the matter at onco. utterl unlikely' to Mr. Hoar that ap out "vanouKhannels'' into which the come down at tho first appeal and if I umialn. "The laboring cWffiiould be l f ,:,Sf. ,, .. to succeed in straint this side the absolute and entire pear nnd herewith submit thoir of "WKItEN Fisiibh. ottite na'ural ami probable to surplus till, be turned without reducing at any time it has shown hes.-it'- on the protectelint'.eir . to contents without comment. Tho letters from hl s(jUish voiioy ona his with UadeV-minde- a Mr. Illaine's lotter of taxationrnrombo a revision of the threat that the g. o. p. wmitil men. It is not unu t kaort thnir rights, whew lr. Usher are ictter-pros- a copies of tho orig- pub ihed, is the answerOctober 1. 1871, already an io ...v.i..WT3.- Kii uu iiiiicuuus tinim ss&; y Ldicjatorial methods have a"-to ttm letter. ,!""" inals. .Mr. to OliTrLritod- -. T?afiIt-a.,'."" "ItosTO.v. OctoherSI, 1S71. My DenrfUalnet rJdfiJtfTn-:paired Whatever the Government can , sual for A.i Blaiuu lv"-"km H iraUWwTVMV Ij. I ll ' ?, J Tho fo'lowing are the principal portions of Yetenlayl in tFatfrot rink 3 V?rTTnr?ta? Jtfa 1 reeelvml 1your favor of thesis the letters referred to: .wuHy lo. jLud nt rJjurJ.t-.hw- iiw . .,.l... p, "o,jjaas.j(iicc!worros,.viuuevor ire"is driven '.of logidstiotK. ('cueral Butler denoun- - --Ik.t 1.4. .....-.- .. 1, ..(lb, 1.V.1II4.DI. I.IBl Ml5 Tl"l a" i Among lo wi.icti the people do not long submit loathe-.- ., ; 1 Arorux.t. Mc Oof 4. )S. MvIJonr Mr. lnt. Mr. C. has I rrmle by this olty oT;tn tnrur " . V. mstanco when . a Ii cm the raoquallting 0 tilo tariff, ami the "A ,txdYersviu - furnishat " ap'ains otliee pallid and trem- fctatesmen of tho hot beou m . ...w Fisher: Find inclosed 510.000 check in pay- weoK!. ne is now fct. uouis.- . is , control of an autocratic leader. Popu-aboj. nccompiiBii. in is the prov- telegraphed Loloiiei lioiluliy to bnng-- proposes pi1rujipls0fLi-jiriogTcal- Iy uayonti ap- - bling, with its checK.s already made out ment Of A. & l Cobum's subscription. I 1 cau say the only one who niiptir-nrt-ii- ar disaffection, the revolt of his former "in the presume you wrill receive by same mall the then wh-i- t meantime heretofore nothlntr furtiei ince of private right, to invade which suit against the niilianaKlis beiUmet, plieil, womu guc moro rauicat results in three, four air I lie figures. Now it I have told you toft dently bo relied upon to beat the Blaiue lieutenants, loss ot sympathy outside of twenty tier cent, due on all the ubCriptions Mr. Caldwell renresi-utothat already forwarded to you. and also on the fol- t.akl for your account, and to mewhich he nil is usurpation. Tho Government econ ." he sanl: "loiitical slanders I tlo not than eithor of "ie organized parties turns a deaf ear to both appeal and record. j the State, and the lack of motive for he hfor omically administered shall be lowing: Phllo Hcrey, a,OM; A. W. Johnson, your receipts, all stop to notice, but this editor assails the have ventured to am template. So far, threat. The claims of the g. o. p. to a but of the frs.w The Southern outrage mills seem further; support from the Administra- - in the distribution of 3.UX): R. Mun-ro- c, Johrson. 5,000: Nahum P. you loand. and for which you rfc honor of my wife and children. 1 am therefore! as the authorized declara- controlling voice5D.UU0; C. B. Iiazealuc, $5,0X1 all of liel- - which to haveno rist to grind this year. It ton thruaten to leave him stranded, Mr. Hpiiilrieks referred then to the sure iiwm ot me eeeu as collateral Living w crkltl tualisitlirethprt-honorable Democrats, alike tions of the oonventons and candidates prosperity are greeted with sneers and is not too late to have one or two yet to There will probably be "no course for irlilj.li m war. at which time taxation Has neces with that is every reason to contempt. And there are not wanting This makes $li0X) in all I have disponed for $J0,W. teaviuK J on now oi honorable Bcpublicans, will justi- are concern!, then re- ' of. It is doubtful if 1 dipoe or any more, funds, even it Mr. Caldwell hud in advance But fy me in defending the honor of my expect a treatment f tho revenue sub- among those who were formerly tho sandwich between tlie "business men's' him after the coming election but to paid you nouv sarily and rightfully inereaed but 1 ehall know by tire from politics and rauc ou ttio so there will ins- when the war ceased and its conse- family, if ueetl bo with my life." How stantially tk same, and for the first the best contributors scornful ones who nit'otiugbe no delay to embarrass vou in anv way No I have heretofore advised you thatlhl quent expenditures had pas-e- d The heavy frost throughout New vicissitudes of "bogs'1 rule in a freo Re-- . one will etor know romiue that I' have disthe ne- time in any jN'ationil canvass all are rudely declare that the imrty may go to public. A". V. Titties. posed or a tinj-ft- ? ddlnr in Maine: so there been frequently importuned for the 6eouritie cessity for a war standard of taxation naturally this would come from the agreed that that trentmcut must be in Ballyhack or elsewhere before they England last week may have been the. man who, according to Sir. Mulligan, need be no embarrassment in talking with of the Northern Pacifle, and as a last reertuj passed. natural outgrowth of the attitude of j your oblic;tt.on forth' Z. But it had been continued. almost went on his knee a few yean the direction of modtrate, gradual, but will eve: con'ribute another cent to Mr. t nldwoll. i don't wish you to sett'e that had to surrendor Indictment of Blaine by His Own Part now Mf. matter with Mr. Caldwell till you hear rrom oflt of the parti- - In interest, who not tatt He cited the message of President Ar- - ago, saying that if the committee should real, reductfcn. maintain its pets in positions of power. Senator Edmunds toward the candidacy that after so Ions delay they w ill me again. Please tend receipt to A. & P. t of Mr. Blaine. . This singalar haraony among the and plunder. The Independent Republitiiin Com-- , the seeur.tle. but roqntre you to rotnnd tt thur in ISSt to show that the Chief Ex- - get hold ot those papers it would ruin fckowhegan, Jle. Yours truly. ' money. I renmin, ccutive himself, notwithstanding he and sink him forever; that Mr. Blaine political parties has beon brought The. fact that they could not find miUee of Indiana has issiic.l tho This is snd, as we have alroady inti "J. G. BLAINE. ' Wahhkn Fi.oiibr, Jn- - $ was the head of the party, called for MW. Fisher, Jr.. Esa." "To tlie Republican voters had talked oven of suicide and about by tlo awakening of public mated; but the party leaders have a muzle to fit him .seems to be the only "ArorsT.v. Me., Nov. 8. My Dear Mr. FisV, revenue "AvncsTv. Me-5- th Oct., reform. But Congress gave made an appenl in behalf of his opinion to tlie actual situation and the themselves to blame. They should plausible explanation why "Black Jack" of Indiana: or: I write Mr. Caldwell this day earnestly r I luc'ose you two thousand Dear Mr Fisher: "As the Independent Republican dollar check, balance of A. & P. Coburn's in- asklnir him to retease me from tin very prfsJ-ini- no heed to the recommendation. In wilo and six children, and that then desire that fee revonue policy of the have known better in the first place ishtill permitted to make speeches. and painful eiobarrassmont entailed ! ... ...., slisll v.isi.- vw ww stallment: two thousand dollars Is pay't or me by raising- the money I loaned to you upoa his annual report ('id De.omber last) he opened to him (.Mulligan) the I lUUiUllli:L.yiiis,. ..nods. f.-- liii f Iia tVrtf - than to nominate a man in whom tho i'ltca Ob ervi.r. Committee of Indiana, we offer our aw iv.vAnson P. MorriJfs Installment: one thousand Ihe executive committee of the reasons for the course we are taking. dollarsinpaytofLot M. Morrill's Installment. him lat winter. There is still due to e the secretary of the Treasury estimate , prosper of a Consiil-hi- n abroad; ball of intriguing politi ians, and shall business community notoriously had mortgas; i&H&to land bonds and Lot M. Morrill's Mibscnption or f6JW0 is ad- bonds S3S.U0J. 1 have the llrst made ose i t.e surplus for the current year at thatl Blaine, finally, w:anted at be dealt wits with reference to the real no confidence. Business men never New Yoik Democratic State Committee Th tlay is comparatively late, Imt wc already ditional to those already advts-- d, making in ...muhio, and adds: .o the .ptestion j least to be permitted to look at the and perraant interest of all tho did take anv stock in Blaine. Thev have the advantage of the fullest are now eon responding wjth aU?l30,000. Thoro may possibly be 420,000 proposition Tor settlement. 1 must baietfce matter settled in some way, and at oace. Sl!h st 11 presses What legslation isneces-sa- r letters, which Mulligan did permit him that he was smart and "cut,1' Democrats in that State. The organi- knowledge of the candidates and of tho Our people of io country. more, but f 150,000 w ill be my limit. eorely yours, J. G. UlaheKl '1 note wnat you mv about the importanoe to relieve the people of unnecessary to do on condition that he would return have come U understand that a system and when appealed to they were quite zation is perfect. things which go to make up their fit"W. Fimikk, Jr., nari." of my keeplujr all quiet hen-- . 1 lully appreciCsr" ' of taxation fh eh takes froin their cur- as ready to admit that he was "magNov. 4. 1871. Mv Dear IllalneJ IIovton. them: that Mr. Blaiue did return them The English papers are taking ness or unfitness for the oSice of Presate y r wisdom and yr kin luess, and shall to dc lust as you desire In tho prem- Vour letter of the Sd int. received. 1 ho ; Mr. Hendricks. Hiiswi'rinf the Saere. and then wanted to look at them again, rent earning one hundred millions a netic," "though they had the vaguest oack all the good they ever said in favor ident After the lapse of time, aud ises. Tho letter inclosing the (j'tlx by Mime lr; Sf''SStiS-SSSrl,.1Jue,tion. replh-d- . "Yes. it fe the i ind then refused to give them back, year beyon what is needed for the possible idea of what they meant there- of Grover iyrr So!UJ Clcvelanl. They have a ter all the discussion that has been 0 mail with this can bo read by you to Mr. CaldVHJO by. But they did not trust him. They found out that he onoe volunt ered his hud, we see no reason for supporting uunocessHry aail gainst Mr. Mullig'au's proiest kept regular expenses of the Government see Mr. Caldwell. I remain-yours- , question of well ir you think it expedient. 1 have ondeuv-orc- d an) thin until I W Fisher. Jr.?. taxos in one vear. The accumulation ota . etc., n writing- it not to be indelicate. Vours, them in his possess on. This "high- - can not balpormanently maintained. knew that his ways were not business legai services in behalf of the Fenian Mr Blaine. The Republican party "J. G. BLAI.Mi. ArorsT.t. Me., ? Nov. 1S71- - My Dear FWi-or- e: is constant." Continuing, ho said: spirited gentleman," whom Mr. Hoar This fact hajbecn made moro obvious ways: that he was a speculative genius, m.ders. still in the grip of the Kelfers, the Letmeas-sur1 am pree I daily for the bonds. W. F. JR., Esv." Vetcnue re'orm must come from oth- so admires, has shown that spirit on oc-- I bv the changjd condition of trade and to put the case mild.y; aud that while th. Doievs and the Claytons, you that if I wore suffering In this matter The above two letters are in continuation of possible to raise the It msv be come from casions wh 'n he has had timid Senators industry siire the last Presidential he might be expected to he brilliant in It can alone woult not t other you. Hut how eanj er ijiiar.ers. ,u the two letters of Oct. 4, 1MB, which have been do '. "' , ruin unless their this with parties who have panl their monalready published. public life he could no! lie expected to United States Navy from Ihe waters of J'"". "."'." he election of Mr. Hoar has mistaken election. Thin everything was "boom ey oarnotly demand'ug of mo the eonsiiir-tlo- n the repres'ntatins of favored classes, to deal with Sound, but it will be a far Yiiiev.nl "Augusta, Me., ISth Nov., ISO. My Dear promised by me.' 1 ted. ierife a attal wl o ask ine pial ty in legislation that the bluff and bluster of the bully for ing." Demsad was active, prices were be safe. They were opposed to him ou mora difficult job to mi-- c the "grand iMr' n.:. l'0l.i of such re Mr. Fisher: IlLsnuite cvidont to mv wind u m ou ".. ;r,!rr.--. i ..v.v not "i-""r. u, there may lie im'ust ine piality in the the hauteur of the gentleman, for well maintalajd, speculation was hope- this ground in 1K76 and again in lb0; old par.y" aftor the first Tuesday of lease. The closest investigation proves unii in me approucning session oi cimfr.ss .T" profits of the varied pursuits of the Blaine is only a that after many years of public lifo d kneTtaSo'nlen have bully, after ful, protits wjre large and rapid, and aud his brie, career in the Department November. '? nutter durimr the tMist six months you would people." James G. Blaine has no important servt all, and as a bully the burden d taxation was not felt. of State mther tended to increase their dollars. The form it will take, 1 think, will pity me, 1 am sure, and make xreat offort U is almost invariably Now that the Blnine organs have ice to his country to point to and has He gave an exhaustive review of the a coward when he lacks advantage of But, with tnaVeact.ou that necessarily distrust of him. They are still more opbe an addition to ihe National bank circula relieve me. Yours ery sincerely, tion vt est and fcouth, is at discovered that the noble Mulligan is no tangible result to show, except a principles enunciated by the platform position, nothing is more natural than followed tht and posed to him now when "brilliancy "J. U. Cuuxc .My ob ect in wiitinsr is to ask in season if living, of the Chicago National Democratic that he should call his wife and chil- "Warren Kiber. Jr., Eq." ln of that period, th such a low ebb 111 business circles. Tho still - in the hind of theItik ... liimthe public ,Hrr(, jleenmul'itiou of wealth at the your friends would desire to establish a bank ft-Tox. Nov. 10. 1781. My Dear HIalne: J Convention, concluding that, "when Eno and mi..- ,irirki.a ifAif ts hi .. ii. in j.Imeurjl end of a line o" concealed speculations ilin. uii.ini. iikvii .s. p'... at Little'ltock. dren to his rescue when driven to cover. burden is at only felt, but is fell exploits of Grant, Ward and be to some extent a matter of fdvor-itis- am in receipt ot youriavorof thefth Jnjt; expres-e- d in the laws, their beneficient But Mr. Hoar should find some other heavily, andhe points where it presses other lights of the financial firmament with having organizod tho dreadful in property directly or indirectly conrrom which l am led to infcrthat the contracts us to who jrets the banks la the several I you to jour Eastern friends nected with ( "ongf ess'onal legislation. Jocalitln. and it will be In mv power to 'cast ' I made through fulHIled on my part, out sucn in uence w.ll become active and uni- way to let his candidate out than to in-- 1 most sorely ire easily perceived. It in have given the solid business men of the Cobdcn luo. Tho Republican managers have anancliorto the wlndwanT in yr behalf If 1 bave " been as 1 have, dem ered each and versal. Lower taxes will signify light- sinuate that Mr. .Mulligan lied about seen that, "w4cthor the protection prin- country a surfeit of "brilliancy." What "The Mulligan letters are the Mulliis not the fact, vou desire it. PIismi think nvfrtiio ir.ti.. nxfn-nnen- f them, all the securities in ac er burdens upon the people, mone reciple be souid or not. the present tariff they now sigh for is stability and good succeeded in getting up :i Southern .out- gan letters still On their face they inthe matter. Mr. Mulligan's standing and confer with Mr. Caldwell, ami let me honesty, and they know rage. It is grovving lati aud limes are dicate "hainuless corruption in public know y'r desiros as soon as you roach anv cordance with the contracts. You arc well turning to the channels of trade enter- j and veracity Is exceptionally is not proteJivo; that its faiors and its conclusion. There is, of course, no special ' awa:e of the condition of the road and tbat prise restored and stimulated; renewed for truth of Mr. b'aine. No disadvantage are vory unfairly dis- too much to look to Blaiue for those. uupropitiotts, but wo folt sure that one office on the the good as good as that of aa man in hcrrj; but 1 thought I wou'd sugwst the you have received your full proportion of can It comes from other interpret:.' ion has been offered. that think you The Republican leaders should have could be secured. matter In order that you might ma ure your 'bonds. no1 proposition ran r auity seeas the Iroad lit mand for the products of industry, ' Boston, or even in Worcester. More- - tributed; thit it clogs profitaole manumake further than thoughts in Kood time. Vours very truly, 9 Louisiana th's time and the consequent increased demand over, he has been more considerate of factures douily by its increase of tho thought of the.--e things when they nomNo Republican pajicrhas made a manly progresses, to deliver your bonds in accord"J. G. I!rAi.NX. F for labor and universal prosiMjrity. If ' Mr. Blaine than most men would hate cost of raw naterial and by its limita- inated Blaiue. They should havo 1 remain with kind regards. Tlie statement that Gen. Bragg, attempt to meet these letters. On the ance. Warren Fisher. Jr., Esq." Jn." "Wahren the!r'3l.oiyi0: now locked up in the been .&other hand, we have the cowardly specThe feeling has thought ot another 'hing when they cal- in the Chicago convention, said "i-"FoitTY-l'ins- tion of the narkcts. CoxoitBss, I. S. HoffSE or same circumstances. The foUowinp was In replv to Mr. Blaine's Treasury were restored to tho channels Um in the ItEritUSENTATIVES. AV.lStllNRXON, D. C. DOC. grown up. aid all parties think them- culated on the ( outribtitions of the bus- the Irish go,1 is a he out of whole tacle of the leading Republican journals Post. letter of April H. 1S72, already published: . of trad aud commerce, who can doubt "7, IS70. My Dear Mr. You bave selves Ixmnd to respect it, in profes- iness men. They should have reme cloth. Geu. Bragg did not make that of Indiana standing mute iu their presBtt.TON. April .6. ISTi My Dear Hlatae: Boutweli s answer. 1 presume you ence, refusing to print them and disthat their bold ujon th it class remark nor did he say anything like sion at leak, that the tax system will deem it nece-ar- y to come on here; if so, Youriavorof ihe 18th inst. reached me this that labor would find employment and "The Meaningless Cry or Beforni." mornu. 1 am surprired at its contents.1 1 the manfacturer a market for his fablet me know or It a duy or two in ad vanco. honestly deceiving the'r readers by should bo readjusted aud its exactions grew out of thei- - boast that the party It is a Jim Blaine campaign lie. ) ou "I havo WTittmMr. Caldwell about the havo loaned very at var.ous times, when you rics?"' The aggressive Blaino campaign iia reduced in orrVr that tlie enterprise had given it prosjier ty. CUiming this, Man-eatin- g sharks have appeared keeping" the truth from them. We are larve sums of mi ney. and. securing a b'k of $iiM,(Mj. were tio-ir- , bank: no troi.ble in that Touching ii(kii the condition of broken out in a Hew frm. The Be- - and energy and", labor of the couutry they cla;nio.' ihe power to give or w th- - in New Haven harlmr. Thoy .were loft- but.thi.oanvluU0n ..,.v.the Mulli- ec y of War will not allow the use of the never na.e you paia me one ioiiar troni -- ."jre'siev -- a-. ..t nilili.-tti- i .... s:.Atx. nninmit . Atii.n .if ...... I ... - Imlt. should itave Jraer nljiv and a f a.rer UOld ur 6UUT.L.. anil tJtfti. hntLtn IinYO interest. l American ucbhu vi.urown pocket, either.'p. Jncinal. or ... w ...... arscnalat I.ittlo Jtook says it is impossible. , : ....-w.. . . rarticti.erLaiuitarjaicuM.mii.1 I'.ucurumuHMiMH.lB'MrHitetk-LibhHcauijjjl-fiiiiiiw. .. . ". Indobtndiind thesVllDinTVoBXl r.lT . "V ery, hastily and truly, n;ivMiKuujuur3 uhiuuuu 10 immhtm io.r "WiS tUSgraceiMl., VTmo vmtrr VT7t said it i'........ .v...... . ..4 .i,..i J. "JMyri "rTTiiTi ,. -UWnTTOS bwu aiiuoniiiiw- tnanSe rBkilnaindllcliv !5HaKSfirtiasas? "JTlT "HOOE OP UUl'MWEKTATlWSt. Washino- - whariTvc-- WeTo " lStk"" r"W iL. 'J" tfcF- '. unimtd iiKe An inditttlvantagoiXrorrilthirstatet m panv noon Ids "o.lFchtl Hfo o deep aud dis? . . TON.D.ti.rec.H My DearMr. Fisher: Lwrolo have allowed toI stand placed you in tue notes'i no merch'int marine. Tins obituarvoi isnoii wiui tiovernor cicvoianus leuer .vito nave tie orteii uiogranu T.I.. have whivh I Lott. nosith us tie American navy s written in the of acceptance, rrom the land of soapy of public opmion 'is that tho political whi'-I- i is s not i'vij e Iliiv have, and desired for Cleveland, Hendricks graceful that no honest man can, under very nastily n. tn to vnursou and iir. Cald- wherebv sums )uu have receUed very eonfer-enc- o well In regard to tho bank. A lurthcr y i'iio cause tho and reform. -- JJjslon Po4. of money without ono dollar of expense to tafl' and shipping laws He cited Sen- llepublicau statesmen comes the ag- field is loft more clear for tho voters to therefore, no r g t any circumstances vote fir him withwith the Comptroller or the Currency you. you ought not to forget the act on ator Harrison, a Republican, in proof gressively expressed opinion that Govact aecordire to their convictions on money is n U fo tne un.n .. ILit we do Kives some additional facts which are of t. my ami out unwarrantably violating his duty as " The Republican party's great art of all the parties connected with of and this letter is ..ntended alike for is assertion that our navy is rotting ernor Cleveland's letter is loo much de- the issues other than the tariil". The not expert them n tin' lecount to work s not done." (Governor Robie a ci'i.en. no Little Hock & tort yourself and Mr.Culdweil. Please show It to the l.as been so fortunate Mnlth ltatlroad, ob, yourself of re- most important of those is unjuestion-abl- y abate yvliin nj;. one wiien in 'n t!. con .an, wo at "sumii,. (Right dnm. He asked what party held the voted to "the meaningless cry These lotters were lilm 1 hey aro now allowing Tier cent, cirt. arc. Governor; You monev out or was as tho culation on 10-- bonds. Instead of Kl and then taining ons I torn yourit.friends obtained tor reini while these th'ng.s were going on, form." the reform of the public sen ice for expect the whining wdl i. .ore-isin Maine but it vv ill verv soon be done. There he tvas nominated, and isthat he bo at diQeront ienods in tho imst They fnvo conclusive Three hundred million dollars spent tlii'purpase of weakening and ultimatel- campaign progresses. The o vasion for won't lie even one of nevertheless nominated 35me tbo assurance that you shall have full tho building Outthe Little Kok Fort & mith andiserted that nothing in the histoycaj.more of good you ry of the Democratic party could be in fifteen years by the Republican par-t- v y abolishing tho spoils svstem that his it certainly wiil.Dttroit Free 1'n.a. of there ItailroaJ. of J4.1Q.0uu circulation on a bank of half a million steal'tig for tho Kepiiblhsan party. It's proof that the present is managementcall obtai ie-- a large amount Loth of bonds and brought capital. not a decent I dot e so muok to demoralize party man for the navy and Republican part.-- deaf to the out to sliow that it was own of cost to you. I you desire I "great yvork" will bo ilnne on March the common integrity. We therefore Senator 'If in reran! to thewill confor withmwbtte t' money free know the amount have your vour Wh'c'i Was nfeht! Owuv Ito tlie maintaining of tlie navy. ship boars the American Hag. Koforiu agement in tae United Mates. On this of IUc? It form 4. I..".. ,, off Portion you Want reined."1' he asked, "for the in the JSaw Department will not be "a issue there is no room lor doubt that recommend all who have tho intorusts better now to lot him take tueioau lours I M y,jur buausati. veo-hig-were able to work tho price, and At the late session of Hon. Hannibal vhunliA. who is of the party ar heart to abstain from verv truly. J meaningless cry" when drover Lieve- - t .overnor Cleveland occupies the strong- Democratic Houo, uuder Congress, the lAln. f..nl t. well known to others ufi well us my correction of abuse-i- n Dublin affairs can .the lend of W. Fisher, Jr., EsqBlaine speechev) in ,V:tinu, has voting for Mr. Blaine. self. Would your friends in Maine be satisfied there lie except in a change in the con- - land takes the helm. est position. He is the only candi late Chairman Randall of the Committee 011 making is 1870. My DearMr it they knew the facts? Ar- - my associates .'aid, yvoru dn ovo cout iu not. it j Two million one hundred thousand who has shown an intelligent compre1 am In hopes now that I sha'l secure "Wjth e inal confidence we recom"Fisher: for Irl andinanagement of public alairs?" satisfied to have you obtain ?25.n to L'n'. all the in JiOiO, or nearly that. I And money vory Northern Pacific Kailrtmd and you not maKe lie nni;e.i el to the r .iiidf-menpresent Be- - hension even of the principle on which Appropriations, steadfastly refused De- twenty five years. that a dollars is renortod bv tlie . mend all Republicans who rogard good - - .. . . vote the money which the Navy ii arc at a fault tin tth of No em- government as a thing to be desired to tish:. the Investment as per agrroment1 Tnu course change was ne Suspicion ju.sti- - publican Second the reform must proceed. He is the I havo scon most of the parties to whom you have thought proper to take in rogard sevhad asked for , aro 1 do not people only one whose public career affords partment war vessels, and building its ber will be cold enough tojiiducu him vote for Grover ClevelLn I. We say this as tlie thefts from the bonds nro due. hae nm-'- tiouble to my rei.udst is rather a poor one, taking Heu the con lusion that the way-new it based to envelo.) bis venerable form in an after the fulkst examination of his about the January coupon of the first mort-jraj- vour reiat.ons with n e. ami I again ask you dark. The books should he oencd. consp rators and yet any adequate security that he will or eral of the Star-rout- e and old fashioned ulstet. b n.is. but tney 01 coun-- growl some it. You will find it to consider it and grant Reform can carry that principle into practi c. re:usal on the ground, boldly confiman punished. not one guilty official life. He is chief ofiicer of a Mr. Hendricks then asked their aton six of tho bonds. 1 would be p'ad to have much easier to pay by obtaining the credit, it had uo frankly tho coupon. 1 promised them inrttvldunlly to and I selected tnat course thinking it to lio tention to the p.obab'c foreign pol'cv of in the Post-Offic- e Department will not It would be absurd to think of Mr. dence in stated, that Slate t hose cities, prisons, asylums the Secretary of the Navy sake it rizbt in the future. I did not in any ! If you again decline, I shall bo .Mallow's Poncr Wan'n'--'. public work aud other public depart-incu- ts way use the name of the company, nor com- the best. use the notes or sell them to out-ba- tile President ial candidates. Tlie South be "a meaningless cry" when G rover Blaine or Mr. Butler as a reformer of that the .Secretary. "Mr. William K. obliged to are on a g oat sotde, and have the civil service. Their characters and Chandler, did not possess cither tho mit you to anything only myself. Anient an jMiliey o; Mr Blaine was not Cleveland holds the reins. purchasers Necessity knows no law. metho is On the land bonds I caw not make them " hatever bonds still due to you will be de- of a ature to ,ustify the supposition ino hundred and fifty thousand doltheir records forbid such an assump- ability or the integrity needed to guar- in senator Mabone's dictatorial to bring ' been for years nests of jobbery and cor- see the equity of removing the April coupon, li verod as the road progiesse. The other Virginia politics thrcntuu How-gat- e tion, and the Hlaino organs hardly ven- antee that the money would be dis- about liis speedy ruptiou; to perforin properly the duties and 1 promised to try and adjust tnat matter portions of your lettor 1 make no reply. You as claimed -- that he wo.ihl be either lars is the defalcation of Cap ain downfall. Thet haw of Governor of such a Mate requires a . with you after my return to I!o 'ton. They all know the facts: It is sufiiclent thatl know Ameri an or dashing. 1 eople alme in the War Department. ture it They aro content with trying creetly and efficiently knew lor the purhis ajrree with ono voice that no bond sball be ex- thorn, and It is useles to mention them at this well Yet this criminal was allowed to escape to ridicule those who believe in the re- pose: and further, that the Republican not only made it impossible to unite sound knowledge of civ.l government n enough what vote that was posed for sale I wish you could give me tho time. Please auswer at once. I romaln reRead. lister torues and the "Stniigutout1 and unlim ted upr g'Uness and iirninoss y is at large form as But Mr. Cle benefit of that fraction mnktn? 31 of the first spectfully yours, be-- g ed to catch, but it would fail. Ho before trial, and management of the navy from the Republicans, but have produced a remo: tgasre bonds for the 511,500 due, 1 uethe the exercise "Warren Fisher. Jr." quoted tho Democratic platform on the through the continued "connivance of in two 3 cars of tho most ditli. ult nniug gave no assurance that the par- volt in his own organization and ar- of chanu tor. In Cleveland has of this xtra $50.) In adjusting the iiitorest matter, Reshown The reply to this letter Is Mr. Itlalnes letter foreign policy which would be earrie I the department that he robbed. and responsibje administration has ty wouhlmiild up a goo navy. The rayed aga list him some of the most office Go ernor and it fits in completely. 1 will make It all of April 1b. 1872. already published. Tho ex, right with you. form in the War Department will not shown that he knows clearly what ought Republican press loudly denounced the ' In the above that he has qualifications of the highest out in case of the elect ouoi prominent leaders of his party, includ- or .er as an executive officer. His "Please meet me at Mr. Cahlwoll's private pression "obtaining tho credit by Mr. Fishorthat letter refers to a and stated the j obey that the bt "a meaningless cry'1 when Grover to be done and that he has the honesty couduct of the Democratic majority as ing Governor Cameron, Senator R llicc oa Saturday at 12:15 sharp. It is very Mr. limine would rciuost give him a letter or credit, Democratic A". Y. Even-vi- tj papers relate to his work, and are and tho energy to do it. important that I have everything completed to be drawn uiruin-- t by Mr. party had earrie 1 out when Cleveland garrisons the fort. unpatriotic and factious, aud invited during a and Congressman in Twenty-liv- e million dollars of the that day. Yours, in f't haste. I ot." he Post. aid, "the proposed European trip, Mr. Illalne being at it was in power. " the country to condemn it: neverthe- John s. Wise. With such a combina- ' confined to the subject ami nand: "J. G. nuiNE." full explicit are the time Indebted to Mr. Fisher for borrowed merit of this claim be de ided upon the amount on the pension rolls is frauduless, the House resolutely adhered to its tion against him, with local dis.flo.;tion thev "FOHTV-FinS-T CONGKESS. HOUSE OK money, for which Mr. Ftsherhei.lMr. Illaine's The Down roll or Ihe Yirsrini 1 Trallor. rofusal, ami Secretary Chandler d'.d not and unmistakable in meaning; they comparison an! tontral of two cases, lent by the estimate of Republican PenWASHINGTON. 26, January ocmand rromissory notes. throughout the State, and with the prac- are free from deceptive discis1S71 My Dear Mr. Fisher: I have this moone under a Uoiin rafc administration, sion Commissioner Bentley. and penThe following is marked "confldei.tial": There seems to be no doybt of the get the money. Was the House right tical alcnation of the National Re- sion of extraneous mnttters. His pubment written to Mr. Caldwell, susrtrest'HR -- Wasiiiv-ijton, sion agents by the score are reaping and tlie other under Mr. Blaino as D. C, 1 April. 1R76.-- My Mahone as a po- or wrong? that. In case 1 can arrange a mcetintr in this publican Committee from his fortunes, efvery great ricli harvests of extortionate foes from downfall of William is a of State.'" city next week with Colonel Thomas A. Scott, Dear Mr. Fisher: You can do me apleasure to Let the Tallapoosa business answer. his days as a party dictator seem to be lic ac's shotv him to U a gomrne, and . large straight-ou- t litical leader. There favor, and 1 know it will give you o to come on here, I have some reason for ficient and thorough On the one side was the Martin the needy w dows and orphans and 1 would do for you under simivessel, used by Secre numbered. a very advantageous arrangement do so Just as Republican party in Virginia which Here was a naval Reform in municipal reformer, and he has been may lie made for taking say S.TAO00. Let me lar circumstances. Certain persons and pa- Kos.ti case, in 184!. He was not even from soldiers themselves. purposes, tary L handler for General of pers are trying to throw mud at tne to injure a Department will not be "a repudiates him. Many him, the Read sunk in Vineyard Sopleasure the coast "boss" of Mahone has been a political this relentless;., at ast expense'lo his have an accurato and rellabli statement of 111!' (11II411I1H..1 citiA'ii of the United SttUM. Engage 1 the Interior nd, off the most pronounced type, U11IIIHLI vaiii.q. including Iieifin Hll your financial condition, and 1 can do some- ! way of destruction of iu uieauingloss cry1' when Grover Cleve- justee havo deserted e they are trying it i in the Hungarian rcolt against Ausof Massachusetts, by a three-maste- d thing, I feel very sanguine, with Thomas A. tion. and you may and only a pecul ar condition of poli- own party the in the Stit of Now Governor Cameron and Senator official patronage land supervises its business. Willi me i.ittie isock a; run tria, he Led to the United States. in connection Scott. He schooner, through the gross negligence tics in his Stato and a discreditable alAnd finally tho Republican matter. York. We cite the numerous, reform Twelve thousand dollars is the shortrtthlnk you will not deem me unreasonable Smithwant j ou to end me a letter such as the declared h s iutent:on to become a citiI National Committee is likely to refuse or incapacity ot the 1'edeial vessel's liance between him at the head of a Is which have had lis earnest when I again and persistently that I ought Inclosed age in the accounts of the late disbursYou will receive this drafi. Three days a forwards tho the National Administration have to havo good notes for the sji.".uj, and that I row i Monday) excutug, and it will be a lavoi zen, but never completed his naturalizahe informed them crew. passage and his signature during V. ought also to bave the 5S:.X) b nds wnloh 1 ing clerk of the Department of Stale. him the money which i.Y-made his career of the lastfctv years ration .. .. t t shall never if you will at once writt tion papers. Returning to Europe, he Reform in the State Department will in a dictatorial manner ho must have, armed steamer Tennessee, the tag-shi- p yourself end Mr. Caldwe'l the were made by His of the North Atlantic s.,uadrou, while pos.sibl express basis of tho $23,000 loan. I do not be- me the lotter an J mail the tame evening. Ti was seized by Austrian emissaries. Jh0 ,sl"nt..of rePl"M'an ti.e Civil Service Commission and his you and release was demanded ami refused. An not be "a meaningless cry"1" when "and blank quick too," and which is true, lieve your compady has a stronger or more letter is etrietli stop is honorable to the mouths of slauderers American sloop of war was prepared Grover Cleveland administers the Gov- absolutely necessary to his political ex- runuing through Vineyard Sound, in Virginia gave him ins oupi iuui.,i. other appointments to otnee. He be- equl'ahte and legal claim than mine while its to me. and will stitick a rock. She got off without seri- On the question of read'u-tin- g the 1 eves that pubic o'l.ce connects him istence. hardships to me are bitter, and at once. "Hegaid this letter as strictly confidential. for notion, and by tho prompt and em- ernment! urtiing and humiliating to ihe last dep roc. Mahone ous damage, but it is a wonder she was Suite debt so as to bring the principal witii the people in a business capacity It will be remembered that Do not show it to anv one. I ho draft is In phatic steps of the Government he was fifty thousand dolOne hundred and Sincerely your friend, J. G. B..vtXE." solid South. not wrecked and lost with all her armaand interest within the means of the before it binds him to his party in a who is as trustworthy hands "Fiiutv-secon- d Congress U. S. IIoise or theany tic of my cierk.vou can't get the lettei released and remanded to the United lars is tho amount that United States promised to break up the to as can be. If State to pay without an increase of partisan capacity He has repeatedly All that was necessary that great ment. WASHINGTON, D. C, ADnl wr.t--eItErilESKNTATIVKS. man in This was during tlie Demo Marshal Hall, of Pennsvlnania is re work was that ho should control tlie Agtiu: Republican Administrations taxes he formed a uev,' part)' i D"7:'. 21,1671. My Dear Mr. Caldwell: On ihe Sith New ork. eason Tor tne nine o ciock during States. please tesure to malt it y second note of the loan I negotiated the night Franklin ported short in his accounts. Forty-thre- e Federal patronage of his State. This have expended ou the navy since tho It lected enough members of the Leg- - shown that no amount of party pressure lnt. the mat 1. will start first mail TueS-,da- cratic Administration of in December last falls due. The first, &)r can turn him from what he believes thousand dollars is the amount was granted roqrnlngi.buuir, lHMPlblq, 1 pray you io Pierce. ja.(r "which Tell'dUtt March 1,1 vrai him by both Garfield and war 5i.VJ3..00,000: and what has tho islaturo to elect him Senator with the , be the right course. He has yielded to m tho ii!no'iyc1lrclir ! ! Tl A rt fx hh..1 compered to meet at the gravest posslblo in- get It Kind regards to Mrs.mair'Monrfi.5vn1" Bll"si"i; ;uiiiiii. nc itiuuuu iu the United Statos Clerk of the Court of Arthur, and he began his work by country to show for the money? Noth aid ol a few Republican votes. At iricor01y Usher j. no popular clamor, but he ha been . convenience. 1 drew on Mr. Fihor for the lng. which occurred the Southern District of Illinois is rei the cae of McSweenev, G. the Democratic partj and put- ing but what Republican papers them-selvthat time he profcsscdF to be a "good just to all interests and mindful of thev- - ' . . r.. . . . .. amount, but bo declined to notice the draft. I.I . was V. ported a defaulter. Twenty-thre- e On the back of this ettor was this Indorse wlien .Mr. niaine secretary ot state ridicule as a group of "rotten Democrat" in Nationjl pol tics, and in true welfare of a'l conditions of people. The note which falls due on the 29th Inst. Is ting the Senate into the hands of the Cabinet of Mr. Garfield. He said: thousand dollars to four thousand dol- Republican. No bargain like tiiat can tubs" and hulks like the Tallapoosa, It seems extremely hard and montfor $2,578 18i his party supported Hancock with knowing your exact in the Burn this lettor. Not unjust that 1 should be compelled to pay this is siioh a man as this country now alleged that McSweeney had lars eat h are tlie sums in which United bo mado to pay. for money. It was no moro my dobt than 'the address 1 send this to the Parker House la "It is not It disgraced the pur- utterly unserviceable aud useless llag-sh- ip a separate electoralftickot But his lie for President." Fitzsimmons Marshals and chasers as.much as it disgraced the man purposes of modern warfare. The dirtfet hostility to the needs or Queen Victoria, order that it may (net) be subjected to snj committed any crime or violated any States debt ot President Grant course put him in and I can not believe that you and Mr. Fisher daugor in the haud.uf a carrier. "J. G. B." law. He bein r an American citizen, he Longstreot and Deputy United States purchased. It compromised the former Tennessee, a fair specimen of the regular Demo ratic organ zat'ou in tho Where Is the Asrgressive Campaign!" intend to leave mis uuraen on me. Tho follow! ne; is tho lnotosure referred to immediately forwarded his naturalizaMarshals Rob.nson and Crawford are "If you do. It will crush me. I have no pos- - L m the preceding: by making them approve of tho doc- lot, is a weak, old wooden ship, armed State. As a Senator his course was to wblo means wbcrewtth to meet those notes. What has become of tho "aggressive guns. She answers be" determined solcly.by his own po'Boston. April, 1S7S. Hon. James Q. tion papers, together with a solemn shown to have made false accounts to trine of readjustment, whose other with and I beg oi you and Mr. Hsher.eitberorb th. Blaine. Washmg.on D. C. Dear Hr; 1 obagainst this British outrage, to tho Department of Justice from the name is repudiation. well enough for pro . enacting up and litical interests, and the e ,ual division campaign" which the Blaine organs to comn to my relief. In u letter from Mr. serve that certain new s, apers uro making or protest Reform in the De... I.... ......- the American Ministerat London. Mrs. State of Georgia. Fisher, under date of Jauuary 2ttb. he writes at n .. ...... .U.kft ..a. ... Tho South is as solid as it was when down the Atlantic coat, and giving j of the Senate, without h s vote and promised so fluently? Their candidate mo ns follows: ln regard toiho $25,00) which or had owned S1.VJ..M) of' Little Bock A: Fort McSweeney's communication and np- - partment of Justice will not be "a nearly three Mahone sold out The Virginia Legis- - and receiving receptions at the sea-po- rt with David Davis in thee air, gave him has been norn'mulx-you borrowed and loaned o Mr. Caldweil or Smt'li Hii.roal bonds and that you bad In peal were made to the secretary of meaningless cry" when Grover Cleve- laturo talks, not readjustment, but re cities; but she would not stand an ! exceptional power. He used it to cff.'ct months, b.it we have yet tj ce the first rather Mr. Pratt, as It was n9umed by Mr. way oUa'ned them as a gratuity. Pratt, because you receive! from him loO.o 0 second-clas- s ljntish an alliance with the Republicans, one "aggressive movement A select lew out and J hour's fight with a ente rle of burdlng the Little Bock State direct while Mr. Blaine held" that land examines the accounts. this land bonds for the amount. I'pon my visit- .V "Tho Smith j ttailrood was undertaken in jtiu office, and when, as I suppose, he was We have looked at the seven Cabinet pudiauon injure out, andparty must war ship armed with improved gun--- . For inevitably condition of which seemed to be the , of the organs yvith some" clerical aid and the great whict I ing the office f r the first time by a company of Botou gentiemos. of whom , P .1 ,A J after you left the dry. Mr Pratt said he and I was myself one. The bonds of the road in the discharge o. many of tho dutios departments at Washington, the War, lnnorscu Xfl. The Republican platform itself admits control of federal patronge in lrgmia. the approval of tho organs that did not tue tnieverv Mr. Farrlngton pave to you their individual the Interior, eves of all holders ami Southern in of the Preside it. That appeal was not the Navj', the Post-offic- e, city put upon the market in engage directly iu tne business uavo.. and laments ihe worthlessness of this 1871 he succeeded in p.o luciuga coof bonds, and they kept Ihe money, and in order woretermet very advantageousthisterrason what answered, nor was the Minister at Lonthe State, that of Justice; will any hon- lThe Virgnia Readiustors have bonds.- Republican navy by calling for its In to tot was ouarto obtain tho money and get it out nf Mr. purcbater. They were so'd largely throuyt alition of the Readjustee with the great- dnnersoniethinr in the way o. "offen- to give it attention. est man sav that the cry of reform is reea wim cacn other and with tho Ke- - resioration 10 tne the Chmese fashPratt's hands I obtained ?5).'i00 land bonds, myself. You tccamo tho purchaser or about don ana er part of the Republicans, and through j sive" welfare-a't- er and took what I suppose! to be monov: bui it jMj.iiOJ ot the bonds on precisely the same The case received no attention at the needless? The instances taken are ,iublicans of the State, so Democratic man-thos- e that Cameron was elected Governor ion; but there hasbeeu nothing aggres- was not there. Part ot It haJ been that the Stato efficiency it had under oth iccelved. payof the immediate present Timo worthless navy on wh ch that year and John S. Wise Congresssive. Instead thereof the organs have to other matters: SLMOi) or it I loaned to Mr. terms tlia overyinstall r buyerrunning over a State Department until Mr. Blaine had re to cast her vote for Cleveland ngement-t- he 3 ing for them in infills Caldwell; the balance wont Into a house at retired from ollce, which was, as I un- would fail to recount the lnuiuities ot r erlod just been busilv on the defensiye all the others man at--I argo the year folloyving. Little llock without my knowleiiro or con- considerable was n i erf as honest did. The derstand, in. December following, four past years. The Whisky ring, the Bla k and iienuncKs. alius will end Mahone- - ! me Hepumican party nas squanuei-eone, an transaction discuss.on there since the war. Iho sent, and Pullman cars. tc etc' ism. Thus will end the corrupt bar-- nearly 400, The control of federal patronage on time. The on y realm.w.w.'j . Ininii tn 1 was "Now, ray dear sir, if this be a correct state- there If...... n i more.. scciecy 1 rogard to It months after Mrs. McSweeney's ap- - Friday ring, the Indian ring, tho Diswhich gaye the Senate to .1 party mh" is largo enough to build a good abled him to strengthen his hold on ihe f has been 1... .l.... of I.H.. I.rt.f I.SW. I.I...f....M....I..HB....M gain ment, may l not hope yuu will relievo me to umsureyou trict of Columbia ring Teveiat'ons are to which n aid not belong. Thus will navy of one hundred tirst-clawas receive".. b war oigani?ation which now ruled the Mat", popular, or cyen party support nas road the extent of the fcio.ux) And Mr. Fisher will that you did necroneda thondoftbe rate. peal Hendricks closed his speoch with replete with offensive recollections. not pay for at market Mr us worm, ne been in the shape of elaborate attempts 6Uruly pay tho other $10,010. , end the murder and fa'sehood with ships out and out; and yet it has all and he used it lor an i "As ft wholly innocent third party, doing inaet-J- on im sure taat no ono recoivca toe a,"very co.npl.raentary allusion to GovIt is enough. Moral perversion is the which it was proposed to revive the been expended and th re is nothing to assumed to dictate the action of ihe to explain bis wretched record. Ami nny other terms. When the read my best to act as a sincere and steadfast tionds imand the outgrotvth of the support of a dishonest bloody shirt and explain away the de- show for it but a lot of Tailapoosas and Legislature andof all nom natiug bodies the oulv campaign speeches that have ditheuities, and loss fell friend.to both otyou.l ought not lobe left ex- got into financial rctai :ed yojr bonds, and ' ernor Cleveland gentlemanfavorable uton you. y..u still had made candidate, and to tho supporters of feat of Mahone a year ago. Tho South Tennessees that are a subject of de- in "the Stale. Latterly he has claimed been male iubi. behali' have been in posed to financial ruin and personal humiliapression that you he d them wear through the reorgamzaJ. G. Bi.ai.ne. tion Sincerely vours, James G. Blaine the cry of "reform is is still solid, and in a brief period the rision. lion of the company in 1T74. exchanging thero upon him. . . the r ght even to designate the Chair- the same "Jffislan CaldwelL Es." c meaningless.1' But thoro is yet left a man who proposed to break it up will Was notthe Democratic House right, men of local comm ttees, and has Such a defensive, apologetic cam- No. 1 Pkmbertov Squaus:. Boston, April 5, for stoc and bunds uf tue connaiy. against You acjuircJ also boine demanls majority of honest men to whom, the be remeniuerea merely that h s treason then, in refusing $4,IXH '.000 to Secretary brooked no dissent from his mandates. paign tin country nas no 1 iki'iisos"' 3871. Dear Fisher: I enclose letter froai tho new company by Hoar's Defense of Blninp. jour Blaine. 1 forgot to speak to you aboutt hem joined with others 1 1reason of some bavjna ' victory shall be. The corrupt holders and his abominable doctrine of rcpudia- - Chandler to build new war ships of the In return for tho support which he had It is no wonder that the alleged "mag-- 1 raising money when I saw you tblsp. m. I h pe you can h lp when the company pressing need. Mr. Hoar is making a desperate effort of office under the Republican party tion may be condemned. would if it were in my power. Blaine the rco ery of that money proceedings jXit blm. I A'ew York Tallapoosa pattern with? Does not the received from the Administration he netism" fails to draw, and that Repub-- ! are is an important man tor us to bave tall all now pendln? in th United htates Circuit to whitewash the republican candidate, believe they havo a divine right to steal Graphic. oaval management of the last twenty undertook to carry the Virgin a dele- - ii,..,r.o hv the score aro everywhere right towards ut, and I only wish thatl was Court in Arkansas, to tvuicb you arc openly yours, with tho squandering of .''',-- 0 rmtinn to the l hioago Convention abandoning the cand:dato presented to find Imj is resorting to about as many and, judging from their safe experience so situated that I could help him. Yours party o lecord. Concea'mentof the InteW ... .l.j . . . - e llari reunder Republican administration, thoy very truly ""n-uatiot),0W, clearly prove that the RepubliThad C. Pound. J. C !.- - welu" wed tiled r, to support iu- - m..!...ii. 01 them bv the party convention, luontandeverythln, c nncct3d with It would .Inuous devices to accomplish that In. Tills Jetter Inclosed Mr. Blaine's letter to have been very easy had concealment mat sult as it f possible for a respectable are well founded in their belief. But ofWisconsm, a leading Republican, can policy is incapable of producing a President Arthur, amy- - Ik.. conven the campaign been "made "aggressive, beer. Caldwell of Apr.! 21. 1S7L desirable, but you' action in the wbole martei man to resort to and remain respecta- there comes a day of reckoning. It is and one of the best known of Western respectable navy? That party has ex tion the latent disaffection prui crt b,. n .Tv.mi-e- il a pood many of tbcm " Acocsta. Me., 14 June. 187L-- My Dear was as open and a. f a.r as the day. Verv s n. ble. But with all his ingenuity and near at hand. T"he cry of reform will men, writes a long letter in explanation pendid on the navy from first to last his automatic ways kac developed nt,i ; niijrjlt have been kept w.thin the party w. F j'r," Mr. 1'lsher: 1 tried very hard yesterday'and cereiy yours, elasticity of resource, he is suable to sound to all dishonest men in publio of his desertion of Blaine and support the .normons sum of S'00,000,i.00, the Renublicanizcd Bdjuster organ! Iner. Yet it is difiicult to see wnav itv botore to sco you. I am In a very painThose comprise. It Is stated, all ful and emparrasse! situation gro.vmg out and their publication Is expected the 'ettrs make a saving defense of Mr. Blaine dace tlie knell of doom. And thero of Cleveland. He believes that Blaine svithout giving th- - country a navv. Is to cre'atii (iovernor right they had to expect such a cam-.r- s tion has been rent . 1 my connection wfth the Fort Smith enter- considerable exel em-- nt in the x r.1,-1.- -. prise. J have paid and cause! to be paid Into worl 1. Their denial wid follow, of pol t e without impeach ng the veracity of Mr. shall be no Horsey with "soap" to save, is a dishonest man, and thinks the only not this a convincing proof of its incom in not. make an agt and those .vflio have joined Cameron r"r treasury about $250,000, and tbo only re- but tt Is alleged that their authenticity cour his letter to "my dear for the supplies of "soap" shall be en- way to save the Republican pa: ty is to petency to the task. Si. Louu Ileputr him are likely to elJccWi union of their greisive campaign witha spotted ew- tIn Mullifran. can h f mit to eae is the most painful perplexity. ta j uu "Bui Air. tirely cut off. Albany Argus, beat him- licuiu zrnanve. young friend" ne saysfaction tt'ith the rernn;lnt of ftepnblk- - didate. THE OTLLIGAJf GHOST. ""J3r ITS. ETC.. ETO. U?il SSS XJ- pbtfor. corre.-iondeiu- ;ap C : , ur j . 1 , , $. ... , .. '.. io"i w"" ; ' j , un ....-T?- ... .' - j ... ou e high-spirite- .t tloeu-meat- poe-c'lo- s, I'o-to- J." ! i Sr ,. .i M. ., havelnMteman -.- -. l'."!ority. fors-iour,- ...... ts thu-moan- t.wi -- 1 tJUm'rvision . irom-tlHfcm- witww e'fiBIofully Cv 9 B T Uiii.,.m-,n(rntKollDiica- n pivs--Jlt-Qr5- w'.... ut c .sup-poited- $-- c-- H f , I ' j. Co-bur- n, i follow-jingi-ddre- ss 16i,.-$5.0W- .-My - -b., ar f J' ,ry' l El-kins- 1 nt , !llJnl T flooded. r ! E j well-dresse- ' over-stimulati- over-product- -B- .... I . jtrt Fi-h- er. et m m it , Wl.. .,-..J., V . .1- - sfaJ"?mHI99HB K la-g- in-tt- a-- sub-tcr.p- uu well-know- n to-da- y avnDd PO"! h : -- t eary Assistant-rostmaster-Gener- ro le -- in-to- ied to-da- ovor-righteou-s. ve-la- nd the'rt-audi-date- Fi-h- er ' isoc-rcla- ry c.vil-wrvic- 1 1 ob-erv- Rid-dleberg- er. i ti-- ge co-op- e- to-m- Tot-g- :.. - , o .' a ys4 fr to'. os - :r-10- i . ; u I ss ' - . ' ; j . -- ! i i Q fh i ,,,-iap.--- 2252SS j ,. ira H ubi j iwwwufyww ii'ii i rarnamrrr & herself for deftness, noatnew and lack mother won't let mo go alone they In cosmopolitanism New York tikes TI An ETery-Da- y J' Heroine. PAH3I AND FIRESIDE. tho say a ccrUiin part of tho lako is of mistakes, but as she s and In clubs, theO ' Km is il Li ..:AMVnvt cmb nouses the following countries are "And so they fell by thousands those new truest, a mrce porcni. ueanci aniK So Alice sot ahnrfAer preparations. room and approached the her, and as otis. ! exclaimed Kos wator. as a vessel holding 100 pounds "O, bother! everything is always nnnamed demigods'. presented: Japan, China, Cochin GEORGE WARREN, PublUhor. She would only ftwonewcamont, sudden nervousness seized worn with unsteady hands she took tho plata dangerous. I'll tell you what we'll do; suth in one of his impassionate orations of wator will hold 103 pounds of milk. CnjnR, Turkey, Russia, Norway. Swe- out oven, if the&W to be I made in this country over thirty years Health and of hot soup from the tray, it tipped and thore is going to bo a dance Prairie Farmer. Malacca. Hungary, England, Ire- KENTUCKY. by a table Sphere was no reason part of the liquid was deposited on Mr. then we can get out on HICKMAN. the roof of that ago. He was speaking of the unseltih Eastern herdsgrass is putting in an and, Wales, Scotland, Prussia, Aurftna, wav they should not be mado PrcllJ piazza and get down to the lake aa'1 patriotism of his countrymen as they appearance in some meadows of Colo- Franoe, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzer DO AS OTHERS lllesley ? shining boots. and pretty thev were. fn litter horror sho soized tho empty home again without anybody kaowin" laid dowu their lives in bait tie. It was rado, anil efforts are being made to land, oroece, Holland, Belgium, Biazil, her en The first day of July torn? H&VE DOHE. tho enthusiastic estimate of a man who extend its growth. Denver Tribune. tho kitchen, where phosphorus and water. Mexico, Poland and Cuba. No other "as . tray and fled tofound somo ono to take it" route for tne Adirondack. saw the extremity of devotion in men fortunately she "But tho boats will all be Iookod," Custard Piidding: One pint of milk, metropolis approaches this record. There can not bo a doubt, as vc all must havo day when everybody ecm.ed l disordered? I vho never had a thought that they three Are your Kidneysfrom jny It"-rrr.;nrr a hivinr mauo her place, aud then she went to lier objected the other voice. s of a cupful of Ihicuge Hera'd. found out. Khtoir Wort bctaf ht ould be heralded or even known, but sugar. ctjgN awny with old delusions: yhat science docs "No they resolving that m "Beat eggs sugar together, crsclf comfortable. Alice gave herself room, tho very uext day.sho would go Smith fellow won't, for I toheard that who, with sublime M. V7. DeTenax. 3Mcmmc, i Dvtnrtt." Aad I frankly must confess that what I like did pour on the milk and bake in a slow tell the man homo laave ono " Columbia River Cannery. and still less up to me stuuy of herra"-Aye Trnni- - TinrxTftS "WOalC? reflection, however, she decided out I suppose he is going to tike his their duty only. Upon Is Its tendency to shattor our Illusions. oven. The Household. novel in nor Mr. Goorge Home, one of the largest can- .,rA nru .. rczL. vM'- - m fr..m nvrrous wtafcatn .. ., M.mttWV' "V. In more than one respect it seems painful to ions instead of tho new that it was an unnecessary as well as a sweetheart out 011 the water to cool off There are unnamed heroes every4e .ft-- r I w ners of fish, on Columbia Kivec, Oregon, Beef Omelet: Three pounds of beefTt to iwfc- -" S J. lap. reflect QeestwiB, bo. Ukru'MM jtonaor u""-- i " foolish thing to do. The revealing of after the daucing, and we can use it for where. They need not be looked for steak, Tbftt one's petted little son or avrlto s of a pound of suet suys that be suffered with rheumatism for Now it happened that a be found on baltlefiold'a: they can daughter tho role sho had been plaviug to Ned them." Disease? you Bright's T rtaterynsjatl Havo Wort cml ma ohomved fine. salt, oenner and a little seven ycara, having spent six months at lore to be really occupied tho scat directly behind, and and Mary was all that could come of it, Shcu'il bo proved by learned "KUaV And then the owlers of the voices in obscure places, where few eyes uee sage, three eggs, six Boston crackers Arkansas Hot Springs, and at Paso Robles . , ,, nothing more Bte chalk aad tba Ulie Wotd." it happened also that this gentleman and she would stay the appointed time walked away, leaving Alice to wonder them, and no one thinks of celebrating colled; make into a roll and bake. Thau soruo phosphorus and half a pail of was the particular friend of ert Springs, Cat, four months in every year, heralding them. More often thev or rarer I effQ;ncfrnin "niA.Vtos'? , of whom if thero were fifty Mr. lllesleys to look what she should do. benefit Finally he tried St Mr. Herbert who meet AT. Y. IVmet. U tfi mt nrrtr it was nearly tea time aad theco are heroines, gentle womenand bear it Oil, the great and in a Flesh and blood are idle dreams, muscle Is not Alice had often heard but never seen. surprisod. One precaution she took, battle-shocParsnip Oysters: Three grated Jacos of life ',jv',S,L.,Ta err &. Glr. to Vt what itAeoms however. She knew that according to would be uoopoortunity to let Ute boys' the But Mr. IllnsW ,,., seen her, that is parsnips, three eggs, one teaspoonful short time all stiffness and soreness of the bravely aud with smiles. Done ana nair are common errors: so is joints disappeared. fstnpw butComplaint? nnf in fi.n ii,aw- u... in i narticularly tho custom of tho dining hall, Mr. mouiers Know 01 me proposal proceedHavo you Liverekreolo In a country place, removed from the of salt, ono teacup of sweet cream, Wlltl'll lllesley would be given the same plnce ings, even if she knew who they wore. To believe 'in things we seo. Just aa they ap- cWl KWnnr.Wort ..WooTfttlh Ur rl no ot size of egg, pear to be. " 'ISSS&STWU Cot MM Ooart.S.T. : r..-- " to referaso sue eiiRiigeu But after thinking it over she con- noise of the citv, wo have boen observ ter half thoof flour;aufry asthree friend's at table during ins stay, Thk miorebe of cholera is said . nuorncu mo mantel pancakes; """ Science warns us we no longer may con-brings ing one 01 inose unnamed nerotnes. so sooa that ttnue. library. He had paused to look at it places with one of the girls atthe other cluded to try and get down to tfae lake The old house iu which she ha her salsify may be used in place of pars- ble a cernuiH. Isstop? why it a. maa to a full Is your Back lame and aching? " TThy, the marc that won the Oaks is no bettor before the boys did, and then persuade Ixrttle) cnd on his last visit to tie Holdens, when side of the room. Exchange. home has stood for more than eighty nips. than a hoax: Mr. lllesley passed tho remainder of them not to "go, or if that lallod to volboys U. JL. ?21WI!f, Dojou think her present owner would have Tom and Lawrence, "the How to treat early tasteless apyears where it is. Once a large family THK short, hacking cough, which leads to ooujrht her that that was the day in a state of annoyance, and he threaten them with exposure. filled it. It was the home of plenty. ples: Take four pounds of apples ConstMBptfon, U cured by Pis' Cure. win TTiririftV Disease? ho known !t as n fact that the animal he unteered the information Accordingly Ilid for rtres, wmAa me wmrtinltw MJWfciji Aunt Alice, and an awfully jolly aunt was vexed with himself him, being an1, she waited untildonning a dark assem- and its mistress was a Lady Bountiful, (weigh them after thy.are peeled), backed he aske the guests had noyed. What was it to ',?'orl,,- after years r,t MTai some phospliourus and half a pall of she was. too. : ..... be spelled Pekin or one whom men praised two pounds of sugar, half au ounce of Should the name HiWWtttaaa"'s. J?vr I 9a if a young lady of MNs Disbro's posi- bled in the parlor, and then she hastened and its master water? Pekia the cyclopelom "Why, you know."-i-d of or PeJuig? Inquirer. Sei .should choose to down the steps that led from the hotel and children clung to. But limes have cinnamon iu the stick, one quarter Are you Constipated? corwl dia and s.xehaige. vinCan we hope the tender passion will not soon lv, "sho ain't afraidto let a fellow tion and connection aaJ dispeopled one tuw y If to tho lake. She was! just a llulo to" changed andof have rooms are it, and an qnnce of cloves andspicespint ofsugar m attar 14 yaara w o otker fro out of fashion She used to may degrado herself in such a manner? havo a little fun. and vacant egar; let the vinegar, its now many No wesu; can live without somo share If this theory be widely promulgated ? one she preferred to pass soup and spill it late, however, for she had only reach! Fathers and brothers havo gone, the come to a boil; then put ia the whole Or that stolen plances, klsos, and tho rest of ball with us down atKewport. and but in a summer hotel to staying with the boat hou- as she saw a dark objeet one to lieaven, the others to make apples and cook them until they are so of phjisioal great amoHHt many accept as lovers' blisses night she got us outdf an awful scrape. of pain which j cg;Brj-mniHavo you Malaria?Mir other . iiwvitoWe a fiaa' k .a...ia t ""--- - thAH .. As absurdities will not be deprecated? out- - rowing her sister, as ho presumed she might turning round the curve and ka Vege-" go M ran-- dy "T PI to on earth. On'v the tender that a broom splint will pierce can htiavoided. Lydia E. Pinkbam's ,&ua4'Iero,Yt, If to married life inclined many a jrlrl would Mamma wouldn' lettBs heln it, you havo done, why. ho would think no they had tho coa-Dr. IL X. clear. Still she homes elsewhere table (fempouiid was invented by one who aloue, but we couldt surely llnd daughter is left with the wifowed them easily. Boston Budget. skill e bck. mother, mere is sun tne piace. noi understood its need, and had the rare Life a trifle dull when science shall havo know. Another boynaA the boat, and aiore about it. And then he did just could keep watch until you Bilious? th&a -any Are done im mere goo! It said a larger crop of apples is to provide a simple, yet odmirably effecttaught her ha soaking. what peoplo are apt to do on the and for nearly an hour she walked P now prosperous as in the olden time oilier remedy I aaTO tier taken." Elk raised when a hive of bees is stationed ive renedy. Not to waste her fond caresses on such un- it tipped, and we otn awful f shadow Galloway, "" One. us .vhen we strength of such r. resolution, ho kept and down, keeping in tho and Aunt Alice found substantial messes it is gone much to decay to bo cared in the orchard. The bees visit evary the trees, and then to her relief shes As some phosphorus and half a pall of were afraid to go into the house, and right pn thinking about it. Jyoung laily who made TOO word out I Aro you tormented with Piles? for: the gardon, the cow, tho home; flowor. busily living from one to au- Tnr water. g -- ! Herbert Hroslev was undoubtedly a tho boat returning. JtJteg Wortj Tam erf smuggled us up to hTr room, and sent must the ,. It was so vorv still that the least and somo onebe easy give this care.to de- nthar., and then itfiill"- tf. ai ail'nm'iio '. of "owiervmorv" Ilw mother wanted Iter '" is away ftom home. last autumn has run fI While the sulky Peers are pouting and tho us up dry clothes, and she went down very fine follow, but you s he oould girl for pollen on tneir ikhuos treo. It would Tho they Radicals are shoutlnir mother wawl her to mate threo loaves KiT. us J not rid'htmself of certain ideas he had sound could be heard, aud wbi pv ago Tor subversion of the Hritlsh Constitution, and talked todown the ? 'to otairs and been born to in regard to what he would were still quite a distance froi she spond and to have started back from rubbed against the pistils of myniwl- of Tribune Arc you Rhoumattem racked? t of back tro One could wish that Whip or Tory, to the chance o have nowers. wmen utcome ieruueu iu miresponsibility and the workitte by ubyaieiana aad I W wixiLttiA twdy.If probably call the "eternal fitness of could hear what they were raying. chemist's greater glory. come in the front door." During this ElbrUira XaleofcB, Weat Bath, said, "I cannot do it; it is not a way. .Many ot tne strange mwunca-tion- s S ot Were restored to their original solution. little in J. W, Graham, Wholesale tieen Land-lin- e rather loi.g sentence. Herbert lllesley things,'' and lie was just a meant. the it's"Iatold you there was iu danger, aad woman's task." But so she ha not IV hy, I ask, should England cower to those in the form of tlower- are due to AtwHa, Tex., writes: "I have Smithy is regular lark: wonder if Ladies, aro you suffering? cacklers of an hour. had studied the bright face with its dark as to what degrading could Da. Wm. Hall's Balsam for the done. She has taken up the burden insects, the transfer of pollen from difnot Who by clamor to attend to them has honest eyes, rather decided looking uear as he might he v.riTfti.ii U.T. 4 pri But try .'. ...... H. Lan. LtJ03,aMl have tounditoneof the most : nl she bears it cheerily from day ferent varieties resulting in hybrids. If::?" wroupht her ? iitt.' lira. medicines 1 hav ever had (or Coughs, M1W the hair worn in loose rings forgot to wonder about this conduct on are all these tedious Wht provable jrabblers ? babblers and un- mouth, and to day. She evidentlydoes, not think Chicago Herald. Jjlf crm would Banish Disease Colds awl Consumption." ho had Miss DKbro' part. Besides, ho saw mHcrnitn.!., of i.i.n jiote. tie bov who was : r quite low on tho forehead, and f,T . it a burden. Her race is bmriit leaking of milk from cows' Only phosphorus and half a pail of water. mentally decided that she looked "aw-full- her nearly every day and although she rowing leaned forward langttwg nn and I hear her quiet singing as nh teatsThe it.lHt"JllJ'-U!- g ciiu Hcilth, Take i and p. arises from the muscle of the EHAKBSrEKK must have f never glanced toward him he could not modoratolv nice. It if ems to me the notion that mankind is but Mie teats uot being strong enough to conon her way round the hou-ne speKs I twks. too. Yurememir thai ho did so one of te oars dropped As a lotion. Indeed, so well had ho studied the help being impressed with tho dignity Y.y o a WjP" irects every thing, provides for every- tract the orifice sufficiently. Any rem- 0f short and the lonR of it" Ex Or rathor an inlpid, thin infusion. from his hand, and making a ipperate ttsx.'js.ZiJxi Bsi: s rv "- -j picture that when Alice entered the of her manner. with a sunshine of good na- edy that tends to strengthen the mus- change. If widely tolerated is distinctly calculated This state of thing.-- continued for dive for it the boat tipped and Wth boys thing, but he. knew her instantly. To cause a deal of trouble and confusion. word when an cles will serve to cure it Some milk g ture. 1 hear no fretful THS Blood Cleanser. Twould be little Ies than treason, ore the is a "Well Known Fact I Irrthe But Alice herself was ignorant that nearly a week when one day Mr. llles n were sprawling in the water. 5 at the noyances pross upou her and nat is cows throe tinios a day with this ob3-I- t beauty of tho season Dy more colorim?! giveu than received a letter from Ned Hol-deshe could not make anv oni All your own If you in Cupid's tolls had she was being observed by any ono who ley no whisper ject in view. Another successful and Iianol day; I Dyes, and they rive faster hotel hoar by calliug for fielput Al- almost every nor the hear which contained this passage: caught her1 knew her even in such a remote way, semblance of an simply way is to apply a t.mall dab of in ui known iant colors. 10c. at all dm- - DO THE RIGHT THING,; ot complaint, Should you hint to your connections that ami wore brill "You remember Tom Bissby? Woll, ice had noUeed a few yard.s ftoin the expression ot weariness or dissatisfacgrown tired of horobsorvi-tion- s and having success. Wells, you'd centered your affections ore e an old boat partly m of the tion. She does not seem to think that collodion to the end of that teat imme- plafH. Thev & Co,a ereat On "wme phosphorus and half a pall of Burlington, Vt of her follow passengers, she gave he is ongaged to a Miss Dowing. a Common Hea.c Tails to I'lllom Veople. on the after milking. This forms a Richardson watorx" her attention to.her book," leaving Mr. Southern beauty, rather poor it is said, water, which had been drawn 8leaked, she is doing anything out of the tisua diately thin, strong membrane at once that Punch. Cleur Teatlmonj- - ofa YVIlne.'-- ' releft there because sand and llle-ilconly opportunity to admire the but that does not signify, for the lin of things. She is not old; die it will prevent all leakage and is easily "WosrA! has twice the nerve of maul" AlBaXT.y.T." classic coil of light brown hair at the ports of Tom's fortune are not exagger- but perhaps it would carry hertwithout young enough to onjoy the pleasant removed at milking. Fanner and ibouts a female orator. AV'e ilon't know A YACAT10X EXPERIMENT. I about that Women 9eldora marry Dr. David .jfciwasdy. RomAmt.y. back of her head. There was little in ated. Did I ever tell you about his filling. life, and sho does onjoy them. Datryman. Two wbolo blessed months of" free- Miss Disbro's appearance- to indicate wauting to marry Alice, "Alarv's at3ter? She ran to the boat. unfasted it. things of women. oft' by Dae Sim: Aboat eight yra ago I Wgaa toj dom freedom from careless, uninter- - she was going out to service.' She had It was last summer, and I believe ho .niiml thn oars and iu a feWBinutes She doos not seem to feel cut comIn selecting flour first look to the Glenn' Sulphur Soap a liver dlfflcnltr- OariaK multiplicity of tor cares from Har fromaerere pala, accompanied the attacks children, ami tlie sieut ot a that air of quiet elegance which many was as much in love with her as it was had reached the boys, neither U whom the estinrr pertenced !r pany or amusements. Somehow she color. If it is white with a yellowish kin. Ue instead of drcarv, dustv school room. 2vot au ex handsomely dressed women lack, and", possible for him to bo with anybody, could swim, and had pulta them, tint, buy it If it is white t Hill's Hair ami Whisker iu with the straw-colo- r crcise to correct, nor a copy to set, nor in her of thoroughly soaked aud fnghtted into contrivos to mingle them more out with a bluish cast or with black speeks Dye, 59e. Uoa., The agon? of K waa almo bcyuwl etxtaraMe g traveling dross with and although we do not approve M routine of her life, and to get XcirfrBnalmefllclBioplT a naughty child to keep alter school dainty cuffs and gloves, she appeared Tom's principlos, it seems as though her boat its a tithe ol in it. refuse it Next examine a ad ny effect itpua we. mm ItMftv Umr 1 waiUVl mout-elnkeep when she" longed to be out in tho sweet- much" bettor dressed than she really she was throwing away too good a little was not a very perilous tlw to do, of them than others without Fat peoplesumnw-r- . awav from tho like tkos bad--nd maablr to attend te anj taatnexoThU cercred A Wet and knead It hesiveness. . p occupations. They do not in the ness and freshness ot the long June was. chance, socially. I rather admired hor and perhaps the bojs could imp clung her a period ml a year j; Now, there is nothing extraordinary of it between your fingers; if it works climb it X O. ricay- afternoons. Now in order to have furnished ma- for it, myself," but Marv you know to the boat, which was upside dawn, until in all this. There are all over the land soft and sticky, it is poor. Then throw Ftnallf, Mr Lloyd, a dnwrfat ef ilrh city, aeagreited' exsettent a There was no mistaking the air of re- terial for a truly orthodox story, thero how women aro about such things the astonished Mr. Smith shoaH claim a little lump of dried flour against u use Dr. Iaae your 1'AVnKITE I 3EB"tniY the a are lr aStettxl with 5ore Dnigsistfl sell it e. thlmrj'ertb'l.her. had not Uke Hl! tfe lief with which Alice Disbro laid aside should have been a railway accident of hasn't quite forgiven Alice yet. Sho it But some one had witnesMUie lat thousands of just such girls. They aud smooth surface; if it falls like dried TbompMMi's Eye Wator. Ees, tnt bottle before I fooad H.deeldedrrtteirtiro1" and drew off ad in his found in every city and hamlet, of this hr hatherself in Aunther gloves, as she a very distressing nature at this junc- refused our invitation for this summer, ter partseemed littlo scene, ef a Grace this girl is in noway superior to any one powder, it is bad. Lastly, squeeze .ycio pala paedaw. and to ay deHcat I realad t!ie mod ture, "giving Mr. lllesley an opportuni- and has not evon written us where she eves it Margaret's seated tacf an act worthy hand; if it ! power to enjoy r of them. They have widowed mothers of the flour tightly in your the pressure est parlor. Nwreddt4hctnta:a, 1 1. ty of rescuing our heroine from a most is sponding her vacation: Independence Darling or an Ida Lewis. sisters to retains the shaje given by is safe for, little brothers and can not netur eipre my appreclalloa of Dr. BW But tho appearance of satisfaction to It had been very warm and uncom- to care situation, that they might is a very good thing, but my fair sister-in-laiy in ineome to make up that, too. is a bad sign. It Kennedy'! r.WOKITK Jlllii after, a soon gave way to a little expression of E'erilous it ju-- t a little too far." fortable in the parlor, and Mr. Illerslej look skillful scanty Hour that will stand all thee tests. carries acquainted in an approved teK yoa that ac my peraonal knowledge rf IM J.iV. contrivances, they have a buy modes aro for by anxiety, as she leaned back comfort- style. Instead of this, however, the Guaranteed to a great lany at ml-- a So this accounted for it; still she had slipped out and, with aigar given by all old flour tuca I hare recommended R worries and heavy responsibil- These ably in the little cane rocker. company, strolled down to the lake, hundred they go singing on their way, dealers, and they ertain to a matter train went rushing on in a most com- might have found some more lady-lik- e QUARTER f$ipi to gvo Sat-- friend and acquaintances. voars twr. ities; but 'Yes, very pleaant to think about, monplace manner and only ono little employment And Tom Big-bIleallh and Mr. arriving jut a Alice had gfUen the bravely 'Section. SIZE. ami sweetly doing all that the that concerns evorybody. ZS Alexander Aveme. but the net tiling is how are you going incident occurred. Ille-le- y could not help respecting the younger of the two boys into Ihe boat. hours are demanding, all that the days Home. 1 nil to spend those two months? Of cour-- c refused that gentfeniRU was quite light aud he recognized It Mr. Pepaon U one of Albany'! old and At one of the stations. Mr. lllesley girl who had No murmur escapes their you would take a tmnkfull of pretty went for a stroll on the platform dur- with all his wealth. rest.lenu. and consents to the publication of tM abera Miss Disbro as mo rowed toward him. are bringing.murmur seems to to be in Salt for the Throat. lips and no aT"jVWCt. VT leuer. dresses, and money enough to go to the ing the ten minutes pause. t jZajWfc"liK" The da- - following the receipt of this lie drew the boat up and assiod her Then Dr. DaTid Kennedy, rhnletan "xl Surgeon. Bon- mountains or seashore." There were Alice, glancing at the seat behind her, Idler was" Sunday, and the hotel parlors from it, raying, "Miss Diabit, I can their hearts. They are simply In these days when diseases of the women. don. S Y. "- xU .J. Ti.lrWam. T"'' m"' .' the Burtons, who had invited her for a saw, strapped witU an umbrella and and piazza wore a very deserted look not oxnross the admiration I feel for VS1 fKvtf mi throat prevail, I would advise thoe a.m T i.N Yet they are heroines, more of hero- afflicted to try my remedy common month at Old Orchard, and her sister canes, a fishing rod encased iu a cover during the, afternoon, most of the guests such an act, to say nothing of fee debt Man would be quite willing that he upon which was embroidered in vory desiring to obey the command ot restr kit sister and uivseif owe youJor this mas. when one comes to measure u an. salt should come down to Newport for her pretty letters. H. JJIesloy, Tarrytmvn, ing on the Sabbath. So they indulged graceless scamp." taking thellder of than if on some battlefield they heljmd For tho pat two years I have suffered tfv-tlVBaH entire vacation, for there were the N. Y. Could this be "the Hcrbeu in long naps, the ladies in wrappers the two by the shoulder, "is my the wounded, or by some river risked more or less with a very disagreeable ife to save a drowning child. Battle- prickiag sensation in my throat, as children and, "Alice, 3'ott know has so lllesley of whom she had hearu so and t and when laler fiey nephew." A CANCER FOR TWENTY YEARS. nor oven much influence with the boys." lie offered her his arm. but sw did not ( fields are not found every day occasions though it had splinters in it, and fancied much about at Mary's? "A very nice emerged from thee they would fe-- l every year. These great neck. l'tah an i M1 tvary MWnre But neither of these prospects seemed fellow only a little "bit to fastidious," that by such exemplary conduct they seem to notice it, for sho was frying to at somo time or other I had swallowed of enrfn ine to please Alice Disbro. The Burtons Mary had said. np out of we sand, eome only once in a great while, and a pin or a lawyers fish story, and one had earned the riht to look as pretty hold her wot skirts dtsnair; d of . jnS ; bpikeudown. and my life morft of ueople never. Thev can were very kind and pleasant, but a curt-- mo sound and wr.l. IM Now, it happened (?) that on roturn- - as possible and ifldiilsr in a little Sab and so they set out for the betel, fol-- ; to the display courage or nuselHsh de of the bones had remained stfckinjr in w atoaawjT to me cm not be mTP mental inventory of her wardrobe con- injr to the car, Mr. lllesley entered at bath flirtation while listening to the in- lowed by the two boys, who new said never my throat Determined to ascertain, jaAJsiMlLAnONp votion if these are the only fields fot if possible, the cause of my trouble. I vinced her that the contrast between the opposite uoyrjo that at which he evitable Moody and Siuikey hymns from a word. tf i& mhilL.1 ai ,'r.r: it-J-J the ordinan days, as th herself and the Burton girls would bo had left it and so, for an instant the the parlor. After leaving Alice at the "doer ami them. But go. make opportunities fot called to rav aid my medical works, j TOMACH.DlS&nD' f&?A HOPES TO DE CURED. come and too marked for her own peace of mind. eyes of thce two peoplcanet. and Alice which arc by no means limited, and Mr. Illosley had spent the morning consigning the boys to their rnyectfve Albany was IpeleIy aflUeted " I"I9TjT LHFJU.tacrwtL'JlMSW.a Mr Brooka. IflPgJ these high under the head of throat diseases found own almost every one to with Career. lttodei.aturli kj "STVMCTTPAYfrW. If she had not given Undo Edward that had time to notice that her brother-in-law'- s smoking and writing letters, and after mothere, Mr. Illeslev went to his and throat Tb- - tine of ti s ' qualities. Life is made up of smali it to be a laryngitis, which alarmed rac 5aT a meditation. hundred dollars when one of his best lie prayed fordeaUi. ii Tai'S rrriiLfti ! Jwzm friend was a remarkably fine dinner, feeling iu a restless mood, he room for a little ' moments aud small things, but great Md aS I'.fBinfirmswaaaojrnat. to Vi M iTA'n I A. You are a fool, ho said to hiw-f- . horses died and he did not know how looking man. not a little. A friend advised me to wanderod off for a walk. On one side 1IM lmproeent la ao j can be shown iu them. The uso stroug salt water as a gargle, we all feel re of huVl. to replace it she might have had at of tho houo was tho lake with its boat be so stuffy" about proprieties. She qualities &)t!$Sfa. ' After this trivial incident nothing bsmers EHEHh.-j-. p smiB'l' steady pressure of care, t he everlasting least two new dresses. But sho had, occurred, for at C OF Mr. lllcley left houe, and shadv walks leading around may carry a tray in the dining room. round of humdrum dutie.--, the smali which I have done the past two months, on Blood aal Skm Dtaeatea maUed ftto Onr heapto applicant. and she was not sorry either. and my throat is well. I put a MALEDEBILl,EY.p the train to meet s friend who was it, and on the other the woods led back or peel potatoes m the kitchen, she is SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawers. AUeatiGa.W As for Mary, she was probably as flaying near there for the fishing. But to tho road by which the stages came. 110 less a ladv, and ha? more phtck than ' worries ami frste of life, make them. ing teaspoonful of coase salt (Liver,L7Jt5LAPS5TJ Wt K Y 'aiUOUS HEADACHE.C1" kind as elder sisters usually arc, but to interested had he become in tiis fair These woods did not afford a good view any so called lady who might look In thes-- few tht most of us fail. pool) in a tumbler of watcrand gargled . CVsti.atM. do not see just where the groat oppor my throat thoroughly three times a having been married when Alice was traveling companirvn that, if it were of tho lako, and so wore little visited, down on her in her present position. ,, t see then: only ten. they had been separated too not that Brooks wato meet him with and Mr. lllesley was somewhat sur .LYCIA E. PINKKAM'S .'. bJM MarJt The next morning a note, aecom-- ' .unities open. We do not all. day. belore eacn meai, anu me iasi im. . - . urcr v.. TjzJJm&rerZ.Liji COMPOUND VEGETABLE tiling on going to bed, and in addition long to know much about each other. a hore and cart, hi would have been prised to citcli a glimpse of a white panied by a bunch of pond lilies and great, or our opportunities at fl3e3ertfar' But what is more noble than to meet to tnnt, doubled a linen handkerchief Besides a certain little circumstance of tempted to pro directly on to Li A moment ferns, was ent to Miss Disbro by moans ig .roamvg core for , for dross among the trees. rn !"racr Srlf. l rC 3 painful Complaints! . her visit to Newport tho previous sum- he had noticed that' her ticket bore that moro and he recognised the slender of a small Iwy who looked, at that them courageously and cheerfully, tc twice, four thioKnessts, wee it witn me AH taa rLK-ATBritV?-$aHit Weal new. o ewon take up their burden with a song and i salt water aud pinned it around my mer would render her presence thero a mark as she held it' up to the conduc- figure seated comfortably on a fallen time, very meek and penitent t onr hrst smile? The cheery silence or the quiel fx?P'Z5-- n j y rg&Ah f trifling embarrassing. that Mm yClFjnv tor. As for Alloc, she saw him leave tree trunk as Miss Disbro, although she The note begged the lake at Disbro sonsr of this sirl, the patience and the throat, placing over that two thickrnx i.k i ort'LATiox. ISdrSTPH HYJLiO. eight, At last a sudden thought dawned the train with a feeling of relief. It did not raise her eyes from the book would come down to nesses of dry hannol. eo,Ui iooi8,cl. rrie 1 1H"1'. rIIr UtninUrai ; T-V upon her, and exclaiming "I'll try it," was not desirable that she should meet she was reading. A friend told me that feho always and allow Mr. Illosley to take hor a steady endeavor, that make up the his tory of every day, seem in this lighi broke up a cold in that way, and by she went for her writing materials. stood for a moment irresolute, row around the ,Point lie any ono who might accidentally disrM. tHf. in Ike Market. Sold by Drngglnts. it"SSL torfe?MSwSHli lofZ.dM ,r wa- llieru mug u.r. i heroic. She had heard of a certain summer cover who she was. tun, : snilling a little up her nose. LK'iwiB .I... mut, then advancing ho raised his hat and It will cure entirely all Orarian lie resort in tho Adirondack where nearly Parhaps those lines may fall undei The gargle is not unpleasant to tho ELY'S The morning after her arrival at said courteously; "Miss Disbro, I be half fearing tint she would not come, eouent 8 nal of $&JV?&gffW: all the waitresses in the hotel were L edtollM CkJJiJW she had seemed so proud and reserved the eye .of some one more than hall taste. I also use it diluted to bathe mv , arraj, cd in one of tho new cam- lieve." Alice bowed gravely. CREAM BALM tfCja It remorea raiDtn- e- PVtoJen7-- - 1 '5 school teachers, and she would trv that. brics, and reporting herself ready for do not cease eyes. It is vory strengthening, and if Weat"-rweary with tho caros that for Jmul vit. and ?3S" "I besr vour pardon for intruding. the night before. for a change she must have. Causes no Tain. for the throat it must bo good But a few minutes after eight Alice, to come with every day, with work and it is duty, sho was initiated into tho myste- but I am a friend of your sister's, and iz But Mary! she would probably faint ries of the dining room. It was not so yesterday I received a letter from Nod looking very pretty in ono of her last duty whose trend is a perpetual round, for the eyes also. kfinua Kelicves at Once. and backa. h. U r. rrrrwr.rFlT -; at the idea of a Disbro doing such a bad, after all, as she had feared it in which he mentioned your name, ray- season's dresses "which she had nol till vou are tempted to grow sad and tc For the benefit of those who havo not Sndnan.-tI."- n ' nqu.rycnrlWetiMlyaiw-r. "??';? lYfri thing. Not that Alice meant to might re. The other girls were, al ing they did not know "where you wore dared to wear before, with something feel that life has but small meaning in a medical work i their library I will Tiiorougli Trcat- her with her plans, but the mere most without exception, quiet, lady- spending your summer. So I took this white and fleecy thrown ovor her head, it. Do notyiold to the thought There copy in brief from mine thj symptoms fe5S.-rthoucht of it sent a cleam of merri like girls, who had put pride in the'ir liberty tliinking that possibly vou came down the steps anil they rowed is heroism in your daily bearing and of chronic laryngitis. "It often com&. S nifiit. Will Cure. SEWING MACHINE W. eyes. your life mences with a slight hoarseness and ir ment into her v&k& doing, thero is a nobility in " away in the moonlight together. pockat and welcomed this as an ac- knew g While sho pens her letter of applica- ceptable change from school work: A'ot a Liquid or m The result of it was that when Alice when with smiles and rippling songs ritation of the tnroat, irequoni "Please do me a favor, Mr. lllesley" For $18.00. tion let me tell you a little about her. her room was comfortable, and then or raising of scanty mucus and a WITH ali iTTACllMESTS ! he looked a trifle surprise! as she did write to hor sister the letter con- you do the work that lies just in fronl Cmiir Innlr fnfn P ack TValnn' Drop Leaf Ta- Stephen Disbro had been a successful she occupi&d it alone, and a pronounced his name, "by not men- tained a very astonishing piece of ncwi of vou. Thore are unseen eyes that slight cough. As the disease progresses drawi r and coyer nor. b Wr'Wir-N.vvpresences that help, and these symptoms increase. In the ea Uive it usA.'mostnIs. business man judged from the stand neatly kept dining room was set apart tioning to my brother-in-lawatch, angelic Hrmlr it ul other artlelra the fact of for that lady. ( nnal price. . Send east- lier stan-e- the voice is uncertain and .n,irrier-UiUmore than all One whose tender rather However she was delighted, and t point of a If he had been content with for the waitresses. Altogether, she vour having met me here. I will write to irtr r i n Co.. Chicago. .jiicCi' Drnirpt't!. who will by and by ofton breaks in singing or loud speakt hcr.-e-lf at cm citv. not. and wrote to Alice that she must come congratulated at the end of a them as soon as I deem it necessary." Pan' fFJk prosperity, all would week, and she grew to feel quite safe his muststaj say: 'Well done!" It was said to one ing. Later, ulceration takes place, P.avtUIllS.r-S- - etotfle by liii.tla. S9j aga t'es.i--- "I shall certainly regard your wishes her immediately, and thatshc of IT6S.!NTlLES. boon faithful in a very "wedding, for have been well, but "nothing that we about meetinsr any one she knew. generally marked by pain in tho throat, 3 a courst who had in the matter." he said, with a bow, until after ;thc Imrnte Uni" ms D. D., in as if from a body, the d Rev. Wm. Aikman, have or aro can satisfy us for more than HT tylnirAKCitsetn'tSELT andtrl It was tho afternoon of a very warm and then as there seemed to be no she must lie married at her house. ore eaQIMTMPUT tntrutJaw,uiJriss:If y oa dara iSVi Wj'S discharge becomes offensive; portions a moment," and so it came to pas that day during her second week at L Ilea n ra per and nljn And her husbaud was so pleased at Christian Union. . further reason for continuing the coni k Knvnif ii IS rmCI KI.NO ALI. (t it IOI''TV IfFn the letters of a friend, a of lymph, cartilage and eon ossue The usual hour for dinner was ovr, versation, he lifted his hat 3gain and tho denouement that she forgot entirelj i. nc i ininifK. O.utchea. IUfh. , r it. iv Suit Ki.cum. no mat" VI&Cl PL THM in Now York, induced him to move but the dining room was left open for passed on. matter are emitted. There is usually of last summer. her disappointed plans (I'cnnan Sen ants. or lungatandtnfc oiitlna-t rii WWiW BIW Oj3fc.jL-l.soreness of the larynx on pressure and with his family to that city. Here his anv chance arrivals. Only twn of thn 1HA ' inaiii,."" had But still it wa very provoking of Alice The week he had spent at L WAG0X SCALES. h W i T K So v .Phllfc, r old success followed 'him, and in from inhalation of cold air. It forms ewi girls were expected to remain in charge somehow, bored Mr. lllesley. lie had to tell her so little about it, how she had v a Drussta. In their own country they aro Tleamrx TareI fleam. FieluW ministers' sorethroat, and Paid. ITe Price it years he became an important factor in and it nappencu mat Alice was one ot expected to meot hw sister and her met him, aud all those tilings so doar tc oblirinsr and wonder tho JOKES GF BIKGHAMTQK of severity down . Revolvers, Addr. the money market. these on this particular day. She was child here, but for ome reason she a woman's curiosity. fully hard working, but they lack the presents every grade Riflos BIHCHAHTON, N. Y. COShotGunsS-His wife, a very clever iintl decidedly just putting a few deft touches to one had been delayed and he was vexed at And so at last when Alico appeared finish of good English servants. One to the most inveterate forms of laryn'jsSS&&L.J-ESEto; I Herald of Health. geal consumption. iXT. Waj ttO msi' . ambitious woman, was from the first a of the little square tables when she spending more time idly thati he hadj at the Holden's ono day in the early groat merit they certainly possess A "WOVI'H. lit 9 CCrt-'tevLi ". r.L l'fti.r i i start S250 AdunsJA-- i i BKONbON. Dr.TB ir. IR't LDh itl-OuaV.'otU,fltutiurrJl,fI autumn, escorted by Mr. Illosley, hot though orderiy in their work, yet if the and the Dis- saw the hotel clerk enter, followed by planned lor. marked favorite Mi n. bro mansion was soon renowned for the a gentleman wnoni no conducted diCisterns and Thero were not too many gentlemen sister's first words when they found daily routine 'is interrupted, they are tt i a well known fact that most cf tbe elegance of its entertainments. Mary rectly to that particular table. . and more than one pair of themselvas alone together, were, "Now not utterly upset and demoralized. Out at L iTe and Cattle Powder sold In this coun Disbro was at this timo a very pretty "iven good adbut one glance to show bright eyes "lanced curiously at this do toll me all about it how did il servant kept eight rooms clean, and It needed Many writers have r r brunette, of eighteen, and during her Alice that it was none other than Mr. handsome fellow who had such an air begin?" aL Powiier is absolutely pure and rerr a spo-- of dust to be vice about how to bund cisterns for vory clean, othln-- r on Earth will rjSible. second season she captivated the heart Illeslev! Her first impulse was to es- of indifference about him. But although "It began," said Alice, demurely, "it scon, cooked tor uerscii aim mu muu-lad- storing water. AU are right. Still I ....,.,. i , ....x. ...... .,. ,,, miVp nen my iiko ..sukhbh.--- -rotau-ranbegan, I think, by spilling tho soup on of a man much older, but of such an cape, But she saw she could not n good -. itmu he knew several of the gentlemen and i.u . ... w.,..i .n a. i mnr rT inu fetched our dinner from the havo a cistern which has done BCowlitlon "".,:; sM ererrwherV. or sent brmaUftr aristocratic family that her parents explanation, and so she remained could have had an number of intro- his best boots." Albany (Jv. Y.) Argus. Urge cans, fop carried up to our etagu (the service for about twonty years, yet tloeii "Scents In -stamps. Also furmihed In f'Mton. 3Iaxs. CHICKENm;GMUi-fcrC-ll.M. . ' . pnet... . c were delighted and made no objection waiting. . ductions to fair partners, they looked iu . " nr mail. . second) all tho wood and water that not fill anyof theirstated requirements. uraian teoi rnwa. t. u. Tnnvnv v..i.... .fc rYI . to a speedy marriage. long and Now. during tho two weeks he had j vain for him in tho parlors when there The True Friend. was required, scrubbed the stairs and Instead of being round Of this part of their life Alice kuow spent in comparative solitude with his was dancing. passage every week, and yet was narrow, so as to bo covered with flagDid it ever occur to you, reader, to comparatively little. She was a rather friend and his fishing rod, Herbert ) BEHP "VrTrS YOT7R OBJEB-- J alwavs ready to run a message or post stones, tho bottom being quite narrow. vnat would tnese tasiuonauie young CUT THIS OUT AND ( shy, awkward girl whose place was in lllesley had somehow thought very ladies havo thought, if they had known reflect on the depths of deceit which a letter, and, dressed in her best fre- It is dug in a soil hard and firm, the and dark even 5fc the school-rooand sho only knew often of a certain fair face with laugh- - that the pretty waitress, whom the Ho still minds? Society in the most quently went with me to the evoning were mado smooth andsolidby renown on a concert, and came back to fetch hammering tough clay into cavities, that she had cvervthine: sho wanted i mg eyes, in idle moment-- s one is not had all noticed, was the engrossing sub honest vfl thin crust of convention, undernoatl mo at ten o'clock. She was never a except freedom to romp and enjoy her- - tlways accountable for one's thoughts. ject of his thoughts ! ISjiX n -a inch coating of ceand then one-haft which lie rs and was at ment well laid on completed its compe. self as in her old homo and. from his unobserved study of Alico Dibro piqued his curiosity crime and fathomless possibilities ol in bed till eleven, sto consequently suspicions ol work by six, neat and smiling, tency for holding water. Then came several vcars of lifo in a Alico's face, combined with the glow while she compelled his admiration, and crimc. Friendship, OR SALE BY howover close and with no shade of the weary, jaded exncpnews, no he spent a good deal of his time thinkr 1 ntif v fashionable warding school, and V..W mg praises of her small It has never been wholly empty ..v. r. "n- - . "X'. . " I '7 dear, is not free from un 'estvCk: &v1r." DRUGGISTS, day she was called home by tho news had doveloyed quite an interest in that ing about her, while he tramped about spoken beliefs, moro its reserved, un- look so sad to seo in an English cepting when cleared for cleaning, and . . A Or. VPo.. o'JOl!.'Si,---that her father bad lost every dollar, young lady. But if he hoped to meet or fished or smoked cigars at a ruinous opinions. The man or less suppressed slavey." It is a mistake to suppose it seoms as perfect still as when first xj General Stores and Horsesnoers. whom you would that wages aro very low in Germany; . of courso it rate. and was so broken down by his trouble iMiss Disbro at L made. I know several round cisindignantly defend against any accusa rfj:. send order direct. If thru do not havt It. '20 is a vory usual sum for a cook, and would be in the parlor or on the piazza And tho conclusion he usually reached tion brought by another, that his life was in danger. cemented on the clay show. ' so confidenl one servant wo nau in our ougwig terns .nil .ipedlnzlT Valuable lire fini .?', .'oV JOawV nw .aanmntolaa His death was a very bitter blow to among the fashionable guests that a was that she was indulging in a rather aro you in his unshakable ing a very uneven surface when CVeVC- m Alice, who loved him in her strong, meeting and possible introduction questionable proceeding, although it you may yourself momentarilylutnrrritv. when sho married had l) in the sav- ished projecting stones being left in STARSAnD FEICE siispect ings bank. The economy in a German place and merely coated over with the was of no consequence to him. quiet way, and although she took the might occur. of crimes far xvs tho"?e whicb si. yotOfj; i.th."N. co.OJ-WIt was in this frame of mind that he you repudiate. exceeding1 have known household is that the servants live very general lining of cement and yet tenderest care of her prcttv, frail ' But when, upon lanciugup as a bill Indeed, I and one does the work that plainly, .cf. of as effective reservoirs. mother, she never felt that sense of of fare was laid before him, ha discov- welcomed his sister a few days later. men to hold Ti9. . e iC-.fcJ-! is no doubt the d &:.. Mrs Carter was a bright, lively little sagacious in expressing that perfnei with us would bo divided between two A regular fellowship sho had ered, clad in pink cambric, tho owner sympathy and frankness the thoughts is The feeling of attachment strongest the thin shell of cement is in ladv, l known for her father. Z 9' of the face which had so attracted him, sing vory fond of society, and not ho a sure sign of imperfect friendship or three. and interest in "the honor of the proportion like the shell of the egg. deeply interested in one of tho di something is always bia astonishment eprcs?ed iuelf in a For two years the mother and daughservants, suppressed, and family," observable in Scotch A good id 't of tho power of a vaulted girls, she meant to have a is not he who loves you that ter lived quietly and comfortably, sup- stare which it must be confessed was a ning-rooNational Live stock Remedy Co., 175 dearborn street, CHICAGO.! and without undue arch to "tells yo" pressure can be ga;necl tho generous aid of Mr. Hol-de- trifle rude. But Mr. Ille'lev seldom good time, and managed to make her candidly what he thinks" of your per- is very general, ported by servants are alby trying tho two ends with Mary's husband, and then Mrs. forgot his good breeding, and the next brother a little more sociable. It was a son, yonr pretensions, your children ot familiarity German joys and sorrows or p' bo to share in the is THE Ti-vis- :Disbro died, and Alice found herself at instant his" eyes were fastened on the ar- shame, abe told him, at his time of life your poems Perfect candor is dictated lowed employers. The men servants 'j'm-- of tho hands; they may tetCStSl HERE All US?F All J. 23 placed between the knees for increase baj I.n)oaR i&jrop. Iwenty with no claim upon any ono but ray of first courses presented for his se- to be so indifferent to the society of by envy or somo other unfriendly feel- of their K -- Skin aro strikingly "free from the insolent of steady force. Tho hands will givo Zs$ t.iamticn!. aoldbydrngirlsta. 11 lection. His thoughts, however, were ladie3, and besides it was selfish when ing, making friendship a stalking horse, her sister. To prrrent and care J WL. &S of Jeames." and show tho way before the egg, if the pressure is there wore so few gentlemen; so he under cover of which it shoots the ar 6warger ni.eue." and to f ecn"- a nlt Of course her brother-in-laoffered not following his eyes. nse simplicity of nature as their mas- not sidewise. This will convince on sort and bcauUfnt Complexion, rows which will rankle. Friendship i same her his home, but Alice knew sho would Ned Holden's sister-in-laa waitress yielded gracefully. I remember a trilling incident nmfirirrmntGr that, if cement alone is -cot" be happy to occupy a dependent in a public dinincr room! That was all The Carter children were two, a boy candid only when the candor is prgenl ters. greatly amused me. When I four-inc- t B" UCATIONAL. position even where she would be in no he saw, and then he realized mat sac of twelve and a girl younger, and one meant to avert impending danger 01 whichgoing to an audience at a royal not to be trusted, a concave and coated ! was sense a burden. was rnffinrr to ot--n the order, so no day Alice, who had been for some ferns w recuijr au error, xne candor whioll Schloss, as I got out of the carriage a brick lining laid in cementoutside pres-- ' Aromaiac Sulphur Soap. a PATI frs T.if- - Sroiarenrb tn t She had, however, au annt living in a said "soup." and k1ip departed without to trim the table?, was returning to the is an impertinence never springs from bow of my sash caught iu the door and with it will resist all usual l,ui.wwsi V" ti ii iOMMV S HIMM SoU by DrngEjts - One cake "wlU be sent on receipt . Cor. N. Y. Tribune. ,1 shro. .I UhhJ um mm r i"T uuyuu fttw ,rrey. rotuiwaa Love is sympathetic country vmage. ana securing me posi- - eitner s discovery tbathe had iorgonen j nousu, auu hkih 4W n. wuuu w hMf( a ft friendship. oft". "O, what a pity, Gnadiges es. Katlnnalpaitotiaye.. Wftea ortn ClBfc"i8 MS was torn WM. DltEYDOj'PEU .Maanfctnrer. jj a w for arculiw. COL13IAN A rAiJiSJ. voices behind the fence in tho yard, BlackwooTs Magazine. tion of teacher in tho district school.she to mention which variety. Vrnnlein!" exclaimed one of the flun Froat Street. PnladelPhla. Pa. An applo tree on J. WesIey'Si a shame anyway, "one was became a member of Aunt Margaret's "It's As for Alice sho found herself in a H., who was assisting me. "Never Young Eflen ?BffrSS5gJS.S The Edson Electric Light Com- kies I can pin it on!" and, producing monds' farm in Franklin, N. and it is here onr story finds sudden. frhht' what did that look of as- - ing, "what's the use of being so careful mind. planted in iv u. nas Dome iruu iu l tonfahmpn'r. her. of a fellow. I am big enough to go out pany has three farms in Northern his promise with ibundaiice u DBEYDOPPEL'S he carried out oo'e 07er ninety years. It meas- A.N.K-- E. comprising three hundred acres, a pia. The letter to the proprietor of the Pol fcy an vnoiete grocers aad worthy of an old reier- Could he kaow'A-hshe was? and, if on the lake alone, and it's lots of fun to ffiRt four 5nch rf in circuni' devoted to raising the bamboo which, I soldier, which no ctouot ne was. Tem House was sent and an answer so, how? TO AnVERTMEWI lr row - WntSt WRTTIXO tta Jj er Ul If fa A Y?mt arat co jv anTwbere.TVaoltf? ference one foot from the ground. ima Gd frte. Goodscuaranrfdaly. received, stating that they were in HAIR sale ABXJtsjUU.U7 Wataan aT.Oolcaco.- j plena a ur;g mh nfii Now durise ihU'two weeks of hen "I know it' said another voice, "put splintered and carbonized, are used in ple Bar. Uala Boston PotU taad. lamps. . g&teed of more help in the dining room oomce, our neroh n&Q UiblluJT""'"'" - --....... j tho incandescent The Hickman Courier. enfn nKGr timo sho had uam' j i, M .,Tne for the 501 - dan-'or- - lt-'a- olub-room- " 1 J j, Aim'I Bi Happiness. - c?&iti -- three-fourth- v .' self-sacrifi- , - 1 three-fourth- ua-i- ly J 1101-de- n. Ulesl-ay- pain-cur- e, KMn.-r-Wor- t 1 k rd; t,!J i'u.r;., table-spoonfu- ls -- doey-Wort,tl ., -- . TTo-rr-- Kklar-Wort , lxa."-b6- ml ""Macy-Wor- ? erac-jiio- ni.tli.-ina- " sulf-riii- g; -f- - ( they-cam- i- - -- "Kidney-Wo- rt -- - f fc-- aow.-Chic- - - Dnif-j-is- - r";,,r.V.";Vbv --- pal-aW- e 1 ...;..... i . Bf . v" -'i e. e (r la'ii3 rjBg.-L.-Jit--r-n aijaaa.H-l.aMU- H boat-hous- a m m v - unwbolo-"meo.meti- c. wb2".2Jte-dcrtbebRerUwkreaaiB- T well-fittin- Jis jpj Kn I w i- FAC-SIWIL- -- y: J" JM&&$K tt j retf-ete- -- true-hearte-d - - j curl-paper- -, a 0 Years! F.t-nt . -f I (; IliJ; s lS?2?Ugl ftd-etea- .1 ' , di-pl- ay r tn.-at- a -- fSJf, 7t awajder-tiUeff'CtonM- Tr-t-le , ' e omeelMW.2WSt,-.VaiIadtdphtoOtaee.K- a , -- i. ;t,--aiiC M a -- , j i C! 1 -r- ! Lai--e- it - CatambJH ISlfLY'S. rTHd er-ro- ' SKSPftsssa Oen-r- al sje--, ie- , iWrw-Br'.T- aiw-- M- ILl ac-aua- nera-min- fortu-patcl- y -- w y E?PS cr dr' s 1 .$ -- J. 35 ul-- y.jui"" J . ties-weari- es w-ha- .f - well-earne- d f-n lit-tlt..- " sharp-'pointe- P -- stock-brok- er u e so-call- ed 'TW-r8i- -. DISEASES V l D . Egs-Sliel- ne-o- k v, with-outa- t, . .- -- i- -.- ""' ai-,- 7 iii-,- M, nrf-- -- . 1 it-i- s lf , .. X j &0&t -a3 rm A :w& && &$?$$$ .- 4t-u3-Bt SfeL r -- jV- - -- ( jb " ., - vn egg-shap- " tLoLt.0x' WS-CSrrf- J z&Z, J srasayk.r Z3cZ-2S3lS- 1 m n, , 11 nw 13 - w w BEESONhim -- a r- forir-ao- o! i j say-fami- ly ',.' - Ja-pan- o j ncat-bandednc- ss SfiUT Brst-ci.- , rri,-i--l- "r " A t .f . J? J JSa- 2i 1 I "i - - .vil , ML, tj3g-r- . ""1""""1 :' V J--J ....;. . T. Z..,l. - ... JJ'"-i- - r . ilKU " Ik " ' - """ . . , v. OJiCFUJM rjfiB-ia- i -- ' LOCAL NEWS. Oct. 7,8, 9,10 aud 11. New Goods Miy-i-- r IV"-"- " '" H H.UJ.U :i'immiuiij -- wnw nnum. .wluuu-- w EfWBB. J X IN ASHES! FACTORY. . 5. J iLmuauiiumijmjii mi I l it " ho Union City Pair occurs THE HICKMAN FURNITURE at . J. Ambsiio's Hove. LoM SaS.OOO. Chnolaiid will visit tlio Louisville opposition in October -- Jacob thinkr, tha Gov. IHuraacc, Mr. Buchanan h hung out in front of his house a beautiful Flajj. and has also . . decorated his house with Fho and' If TTn t t. i: i ii cneapcat houc in Hick. ,wa? n oe aure ana go to the Hou-- e with the J J:50 o'clock, Tuesday night last the Hickman Juriuture Factory, an entirely now brick huildim new .. t rJTO" dicovcredVabout firt D """iuin, .,"', U??I50rca -- advanced that the Young H.uyv Clay, grand smoke 8n prevented those stillingon the first of Henry Clay, was killed in n drun-ke- gronnd front doing any succcss-lu- l broil, in Louisville, last week. woik. The resistless fljlmCs Tha Prettiest Goods, at then spread from the engine houso J. Ambkuci's SoX3. and shaving house to the main Stone's support e: s are mak- factory building, and nothing in ing a still hunt in Gia ej, Ballard tho world pertaining to the factoand Calloway counties, and claim ry was saved. The actual loss in property destroyed will bo iu the much encouragement. neighborhood of 618,000 and tho Yn can save 25 percent in prico, and Company has insuranco policies Pr cent in quality by buying FUItNI-- 1 amounting to $13,000. The inciUKK at dental losses, resulting from unE. T. GARDNER'S. finished furniture, lumber, &c, Tho whisky disti'lers, b Buchanan & Co.. Louisville, will aggregate probably $15,000 nave niado an assignment. Lia- more, if the factory is not rebuilt, and the indications now are that bilities over one n.illion. i it will not be. A Few RnrgnJns. This factory was destroyed by Yard wide bleached Sheeting, Soft w tiro in January last, then owned A, 6c worth 8c Yard wide brown Sheeting, extra heavy. by H. A. and K. T. Tyler, mid Henry and Deo Amberg. Itwasj 6c worth 8c Cotton checks and Plaids, 6c worth 8c. reorganized, the Atnbergs retiring Canton Flannels, 8c worth 10c. and Mr. Win. Millard entering the -n "Sfew-coiu- rlng9. way iu the oncine Ijoiira and was in full uea'a. '..,. Our business men aud citizens gonerally should take active stops toward inducing the county, authorities to givo the poople good crossing over Bayou du CUien. It's all wrong to" permit tlfis soction to be entirely cut off. Some of tho county Magistrates have tho idea that it will cost an iiiimonso sum. Let the business men of Ilickinan get Mr. Holmes or some competent engineer to investigate as to actual cost, and lay beforo Court of Claims in Oe tober. - ""mii BLX3Elmmy'MtJM'JLjart,VK'UlllK.'VT7T '4 & dpi Jb USJS9U JbJLu fffes gL.fili Wt s escicusa NOTICE! -- x(o)x- wv MffllllluS t H8 (0 ill Billfylillts. ii "iefey S! HO VV . The Latest Style Clothing, and NobWcg Hats, t J. Ambkhq's Soks. Democrats should not entor-tai- n any great hope of carrying Ohio. It is a Republican State, and tho Democrats never carry it in-- a Presidential year. Some correspondents writing from Ohio talk with great enthusiasm, but this is tho result of excitement. It is a Republican State, Ohio Democrats aro at war with each other, and thero is scarcely a doubt but that the Republicans will carry it. The City council has requested warrants to issue against certain porsons for violating the "fire district" ordinance. This law pro- moits tno erection or causiucr to JPin-- Brocaded Dresd Goods, fie worth 10c Standard all Wool Filling Jeans, 35c worth 45c, at ALEXANDER A MAXWELL'S. Tho papers report an earthquake in nearly all of the Northern It was completed and States. In Ohio it was more per- commenced running in full operaOn the occasion of hoisting ceptibly felt than elsewhere. tion last May sometime, and'was the Cleveland and Hendricks flag, enjoying an unprecedented suc- aionuay, at Fulton, the pole broke. The Finoat Goods, at cessful run of business, being lat- It wjis a pine polo, and too weak. J. Ambero' Sojs. terly utterly unable to work up to With old school Democrats no Col. Blanton Duncan prophecies that universal pestilence, a the increasing orders for furn- other than a hickory pole is considered a Democratic pole, and great earthquake and a universal iture. The fire was clearly the result any deviation from the old faith is cataclysm are not far off. of accident. Mr. Millard, tho su- very apt to bring some mishap. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS W would call the attention of clow perintendent, at quitting time tho ?Aa,,,j.c" t0 the rmmenc Stock of NEW evening previous had seen in per Hickmax, Ky , Sept. 23, 1884. OOODS just received and now on display All the candidates for PresiCouncil met. Present Mayor McCutch tth popular House of H. BUCHANAN'S! son as to tho apparent safety from dent and began en. Councilmen Beckman, Moore. Shaw. room Ufo H will sell you Goods at bottom prices and fire, by causing tho engine as school teachers: Cleve- Uam&gc, French and Witting. Da mtttake. Look for the Big Flag. to be dampened, &c, but it ap- land, Hendricks, Blaine, Logan, The minutes of the last meeting wem Charles Karchor, blacksmith pears that notwithstanding these Butler, St. John, &c. Blaine aud read approved and signed. precautious that there must have Cleveland, each, taught in a school BTttEET WORK. at Plummer's shop, was kickod bv been hidden heat or fire in the ac- for tho blind for a session. Tho Strut t Committee presented the pay a horse while shoeing him, 3Ion-Lcumulated sawdust on the sills roll for the week, ?8.40 which wa allowed. and considerably hurt. and wooden partions of the engrECIAL ORDESa. Tho Democrats and Bntler-ite- s TOREwuntry made APPLE VINEGAR gine house, and the enrreuts of Various complaints having been made m uowgiirs unit Btor. wind which prevailed the niglit.of and have fused in Pennsylvania, U the council therefore ordered that the Mr. Randall now predicts a City Clerk eaforoe the law against all Capt. W". T. B. South has been the fire fanned theso hidden sparks ier- Republican dofent in that State. sons keeping boarJers, ami that tho City removed as Warden of the peni- into flame. Of conrse there are in tentiary and Ca;u. E. II. Tavlor, those, precisely as at all fires 23 inclusion tho Democrats got Marshall enforce tho law ag&Inet sling shots. votes and Butler 7. f Louisville, haa been appointed when tho origin is not unmistakaOn motion council adjourned. lk his stead. bly known, who jump to the conK.E. MILLET, C. C. Tho Presidential election is jecture that this fire was the work Tie Nobbiest Good, at 3CAimii:i, J. AMBERG'a SOSS. . of an incendiary, but this is fonnd-e- d only six weeks off and not a sinon nothing but conjecture, and gle political speech has been made In thisoounty.en Sept. 24th, Mr. W. D. Some persons about Hickman arc industriously Irvine to the best evidence indicates Uiat in this county by either party, ex- Berry and Mim ilollio L. Parsons. ; cept candidates for Congress. On the 24th, Mr. F. G. Greeiraud Mis poison the minds of certain work- it was an accident. Pollie P&jehaU. The destruction of this valuable ing poop'o with the idea that On 24th, Clovola.id'R ejection will reduce industry is a great misfortune to Hickman, Ky., Sept. 25. Liliifl the Green. Mr. Frtnl Georje tad Mist L. tho business interests of Hickwages. Tl o idea is absurd. Rev. G. II. Sheldrake will preach man, is a seriona loss to thcbwii- Liceftsevrere issued for the tnarmge ef in tho court houso next Tuesday Mr. AttecHEon B.a rites. ers, and throws a large numlrer of J. 0. Brittaia and M. Vally U. Pan-kenight, and at the closo of the" ser"U hen in need of a fine Shoe, en Oct. 1st. buy a pair working people out of omufoy-mon- t. f Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co's., "Otlt Slump" A singular misfortune at- mon will organize a Cumberland TETerj pair warranted to gire per- tends furniture factories at Hick Presbyterian church in this place. X Wastntt'B Jy. fect ftatisfaetiou, or limner refunded. man, this being tho third onQjOe This new movement bids fair to Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood, tho ALEXANDER & MAXWELL, be well sustained, and the iudica- - female lawyer who was nominated Rfrnvmi hv firpmwl in r.rU Hi Sole Aocxts. Ffftiirv TvTor tho nhinf nrSov" tions are that a lniiio number will by the Woman's National EifiniL Dan Rico proposes to organ-ir- e It has been demonstrated that th01 unite with tho church and that ft Presidency an equestrian show this Fall businosB pays and pays well, but Uiuildiug will bo erected and the Rights iarty for the accepts the last Jrriuay, forinnlly in Xow Orleans and will visit we doubt under all tho circum enterprise put on a firm basis. nomination in a letter, in which Kentucky next Spring. He means stances if tho factory will again ye expect to get a talented and she lays down the principles which to accompany tho show and will be rebuilt. Some think a new ojwid0 awako pastor to take charge will govern her administrations in attend to the business himself. Compauy will be organized, and t the church. All Cumberland case sho is elected President of Presbyterians should be presont tho United States. DENTAL SCOTCH SNUF will pre tho business continue. he says she Tuesday night. All are invited to will seek to issue a fair distribuerr tha teeth, Vory Itrmnrkablc Recovery. FUQUA A DKBOW. attend aud 'hear Mr. Sheldrake tion of the public offices to woWholesale Agenta. r. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, again. men, and aftor they aro in, will Mich , writes . "My wife lin been almost vigorously enforce civil service. helpleps for five yesrs, po liclpless tlat she Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks could not turn over in bod alone. She uetl l'rounI. She will also appoint women as Iiob accepted a special invitation two Rottles of Klctric Bittern, and is so Mrs Eliza LeYallo is visiting relatives Judges of the Federal Court; she to visit the Southern Exposition, much improved, that she is able now to do in Missouri. favors an extension of tho comaud has designated September 30 her own work." will do all lhat is claimMrs. John Denton and children, with mercial relations of the country; Electric Hitters afe the day upon which he will bo her mother Mrs. Fred Kiniull,of ei tor mem. nuniireua ot (esiimoniais Tvnn , arc visiting the family ofKnoxville, severing of the tribal relations of Mr. M. S. tho Indians; uniform Bystom of here. Courier-Journaattest their great curative jrowere. Only Ozmcnt. fifty cents a bottle at Fortune's Dru; Store divorce; giving women tho right The Latest Style Good, at Mr. Jesse Linn, Mr. McElroy, Geo. Dor-nt- of suffrage, &c. J. AsrBMo'a Sons. Dave Stewart, and others, thrown out The "times are hard," as it is I,llncr MsmniothH. Hon. Henry Houston, Re- expressed, and yet tho people of of employment by the destruction of the furniture factory have publican candidate for Congress Western Kentucky and Tennes-se- o and elsewhere 6cekinj gone to Union Cily, New Yoeit, Sopt. 20. Two raro employment. m this District, scarcely realize it as a commuanimals, claimed to bo of antediin HickSheriff man, Oct. 14th. How would Ful- nity, but the financial crisis as tho French, Johnson and Circuit Court Clerk luvian origin, wore lauded at n spent ia ton county Democrats like to hear Boards of Trade in the cities call Bend, this week.several days cropsMadrid from tho Bremen They report short Hon. Clint Handle answer him ! it, is slowly reaching our peo- on account of drouth. steamship Werra, and aro expect-o- d ple and making itself felt. 1SS1 to develop into mammoths if Theladtca aro going wild orar Bnchan-B- a will bo classed by tho staticians they ever attain tho sizo of their NEW GOODS; they gay they are jut Bncklcii'n Arnlcrt Salvo. 187-i- , &c, ancestors. Tho larger ono is about Ua lorely for anything. Go and see the along with 1S37, 1S57, TnE Best Salve in the world for Cuts, four GOODS and let the prices and you will be as a year of failures and hard feet in height, and both aro Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Snlt Rheum, Fever urprined at tho low figures. Look for the times. Thero have been an un- Soren, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, covered with black and ash colorJMf Flag. precedented number of failures Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi ed bristles. They were takon to among the banks aud large opera- tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It the Iloboken residonco of Mr. The Associated Press Disis guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, the wonder is that patches are altogether in favor of tors, and involving millions these or money refunded. Price 23 cents per Reiche, their importer, and staand box. failures For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. bled with other living curiosities. the Republicans. Republican millions of dollars have not caused They wcro captured in India aud meetings and speakings are spread a greater panic aud greater disbear a great resomblauco to ele out in full, while Democratic meet- tress The Event of Hie Season ! phants. than does exist. Tho failure ings are boiled down to small Grand OrEsiNO of French Pattern of the banks has caused money to Hats space. "Wo wonder that Demoand Bonnets, next Monday, at Mrs. KlUcil by UitEln at the Nan. being cratic Dailies submit to it. Like bo locked up, tho owners money Jones'. All are cordially invited to come A lad 15 years of ago, named distrustful, and henco this and inspect hr stock, which is complete in all the great monopolies, it is Re- is not in the nfarkets handling the every department all of which are of the John Gee, an inmate of an induspublican farmer's produce, &c, and hence very latest-- style and best quality, and by trial school at Maccleslicld, EngJ7m DENTAL SCOTCH SNUFF, or low prices of wheat, &c. The far the most beautiful and elegant display land, come to his death on tho SUPERIOR SCOTCH SNUFF, tha best in Government itself has four hun- of Millinery ever Bhown in Hickman. 13th ult., in consequence of gazpast OMBvkat, dred million dollars locked P Thankinganone and all forto still favors, will ing at tho sun. Ho and another trust by receive the honest eflbrt FUQUA k DEBOW. boy had tried which of thorn could that ought to bo in tho avonues of tame. Wholesale Agents. stare longest at the blazing orb, trade. Tho farmers only see the r-I and Geo soon complained of intko 9ih Temu, District, tlio offects.in horoducoilprice Wnrnlasr. tense pain in tho eyes aud head. Democrats nominated Glass for his produce, and tho increased All Congress. The manner of his rate of interest charged for money. will dopersons keeping boarders Toward night tho pain becamo agwell nomination caused widespread Individual economy is the otily Proceedings, to read tho Council onizing, and tho boy diod. A large and pay their license. numbor of deaths , dissatisfaction, and the probabili-H- remedy. Parents will also notico the or- have been reportedfrom suustroko are that if the Republicans Kdf tor'H Trlbuf. sling shots, and lish newspapers. in recent Engder regard to nominate a candidate, and Theron Ah Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne, stopin the usotoof P. them by their IMft independent takes tho field, Ind., "Gazette," writes: "For the past five children. years have always used Dr. King's New thai Glass will bo defeated. R.B. MILLET, 0.0. 50 HBAI OF Discover)", for coughs of most sovcre charfire-proo- f. Vice-President y, except brick and stone with metfirm. The now firm immediately al roofs." Any workmen employerected a new brick building, met- ed on such buildings aro subject al roof, an entire outfit of new to same penalty. Each day con- WHAT I 6UJVDO. machinery, &c, and the newlfac-tor- stitutes a separate offense, and Vl2Y RE3FISCTFULTA, was thought to be almost the fine ia 610. E. A. ISUIUiStfG A3&JS. y ho erected in said district of"anv housoB or buildings ot any kind REPAIRING SHOP AT FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE, IN HICKMAN, AND AM PREPARED TO DO ANY WORK IN THAT LINE. I AM TOLD THAT THERE n AYE BEEN SEVERAL W A T C II M AKER S II E R E WHOSE WORK DID NOT GIVE SATISFACTION, AND IN CONSEQUENCE THE PEOPLE ARE AFRAID TO TRUST ANOTHER STRANGER W I T II THEIR WORK. BUT I HOPE THAT YOU ARE NOT UNWILLING TO GIVE ME A TRIAL. I HAVE "COME TO STAY," AND, BELIEVING THAT I 'UNDERSTAND MY BUSINESS, I ONLY ASK A CHANCE TO SHOW I HATE OPENED A WATCH SEZ ftRJmfy? 'ECINCT8 TO BE HEARD FROM YET, x(o)x Tlie latest Drama entitled ItHugl, our regular Presidential election has not come off as yd, w Invoices of Dry Goods that we have been opening, will be played to perfection. The great Vocalist "UNCLE TBI," as?hv.ti' aim the Matremelif Low prices for which they were purchased, that we sisted by a choir ot other Vocal Stars will sing Low Prices until vou are charmed, and will load yourself like a sensible person, with many of the haye been Elected by an Overwhelming Majority in our nice for trade bargains now being offered, consisting of all the novelties of the season. Our stock has been much enlarged, and in some lines we ure.ss vjouua, uig variety, irom a nice Brocade at 4c per yard to a are carrying fine Black bilk, lrimmings, Buttons, &c, to exactly match all. Nice much liner goods than heretofore. The ladiosnrn rpmiiif..l fn nd examine our elegant line of Dress Goods that embraces all the latest Ginghams at oc per vard. srood Canton "Fhinnpl f Er. y Full A.d TTonw stytto in Ut oman, Satin finish, and Tycoon, Reps, Henrietta, and Jersey Domestic at oc per yard, Gray Blankets 50c. All rood Fresh Goods. Lashmercs all grades and shades, Poplins, Brocades, v.e. An'v picked up by chance, and good for heart disease. lady contemplating a black Silk, should see The handsomest line of Ladies and Misses Wraps, ever offered in th6 our elegant line. It is All Wool Plaids 5C inches wide very desirable goods. City, (the latest styles). Ladies and Misses fine Custom made Shoes every pair warranted. Satins, Velvets and Trimmings of all kinds. our, Mr. Plaut's Custom Boots and Shoes. Nothing like A full OiirClothing, Huts, Caps, and Furnishing Goods, were all bought in ucst fetyle, and to suit this market. In Clothing, we arc carryin-a- them in the city. We warrant every pair; try them. the iiniuen.-- e Stuuk, and it embraces all thu bust Fabrics, and all this --fcft.. latest (Jilts; urinous or rocks. We can save you money on each Suit,-anADMISSION INTO SHOW, please you in quality and style. Full line f Boots and Shoes, iu heavy, medium and fine grades, at where you can see the greatest variety of Mens, Youths and Boys Furpopular prices. We have been noted for low prices ever since our advent in mercantile nishing Goods, and Clothing, from the cheapest to the finest Suits, raado circles, and we in tend to lower our record this Fall. In fact, we are going specially to our order, and guaranteed the best fitters in the market. Grand lectnre each day from some of the leading orators in Mercantile to tear things vide open. Call in and sec some of our World Jhatcrt. circles, upon the importance of buying GeodsofPLATJTBRO'S. & CO., & and save your money. WAE ON HIGH PSICES, liof t Ml 811 AkEAaraSFw MAXWELL PLAJJT BEOS. -- & GO. Who Made the Low Prices? soaJust received, a fine selection o BjAB Y New Gfdof all grades in my line umrrtoUl f X. 15. I tfci h ive t'te fine-i- t line of BUGGIES ALSO THE Pmcra Low GOOD3 Will not w of E announce to our friends and the public generally, that wo have Just receive an immense stock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trado of unrtfra wih. iiK to out. ve can thow all styles of r urniture in plain and fancy. Also, u fine liua AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. Call and Examine. UNDERTAKERS la Hickman. I AS MY FKR'0 COMPETITION.RIVALS GOODS OUTSHINE WHEN sr T. F. 9. Cuitomrt Itolttcly servel on alnrt notice. ever brought to THEIR BKKiH Yf FUHNirfeK STOKE. D.)n' ftfjget ; Plant Bra's. & Co., under the New CITY IIAfL. (ive me a call before buying elsewhere. ay-can depend upon tinUmg any thing in my houee that U kept In a firat ciass. FADEAWAY. LST nSSthe place, on the opposite corner from ALL OTIIEIS "Wc propow to mke our prices to suit the spirit of the time. Yon can rest assured you need never leave our houso to look for ehtaptr goods. "We propose to eell as low a any retail Furniture store in tho "Purchass. Very respectfullv, WILBUEN & C(X Air RhpQQtfuUy, KEFS.ore rooms In noiv Odd Fellows buihlinc. S67All kind of. Repairing done on short notice, nnd in a workmanship styka we are prepared to plve special inducements ao Contractors and Builders of Houses. y, f a rLC' eJM txrmti 2-- ?3 m .ta " w.. kaji: ks "s l i -- i m v mni . , jrjij y B EMI ir.-i IKVt. 'St.s f.j Vm fiji K Zl O ,asa mini eir iX -- tTi; l Ut JSSR TO MZ su f Wi u t,X $ rSSfl w. "Sit vs-.- m REFURNISHED taerou(?hlv renovated. Cinvenutt ti rivar and ai and attentivo watch leat and, altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section. TED, rpiII I10U3E HAS BBE.V RS JSl'Li' REFIT 5. K. TUSSft'KR, JProprictOE--. Our stock is complete in all lines, ond Goods bought of us. yo will ell very low any HEETWECK, BALTZER & CO. MAKUFACTURERS OF IT DKY GOPBS, SHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, CARPETS SS3 LiTitSTT nPi- -s n - n A.7r-lM3W.S5Ki'- - n anr v. l. y, - . will-spea- k Ho-boke- to-da- y Hickinan, Kentucky- - asmi . - 'rtfeVv--r, AND OIL CLOTHS. WINDOW CURTAINS, AND WINDOW SHADES, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, &c ,Wc respectfully invite all to call and examine oar STOCK before purchasing elsewhere. -- iggarrCr. - J. W. COWGILL, DBALBB The oWj XXtf I popular nud always reliable Hardware houso of I in i mm iiiiiTrTTi DEUGS, Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, which are offered at PATENT Trusses AJID faftXli fr MEDICI NIES! oLa aJLTJaaLaa 3 IPlJISTT s .arz." ATX? TBILET4RTICLES m ae do-eM- and that tho very lowest tho market justifies be exactly as represented. All goods guaranteed to &c, &c, iBmLmsg&mGsm Tho caso of C. C. Reece and that thoro is a strong probability that Houston will bo scared off others against S. E. Johnson.thaB acter, as well as for those of a mildpr tr it never fails to effect a epeedv cure, mv friends to whom I have recommended it -- Taero is talk of an Indepen- speak of it in same high terms. Having dent Republican candidate for been enred by it of every cough I have hnd !MB !M P! for five years, I consider it the only reliable Congress iu this District. iU I lurvuujjua, voiaa, eic Uall His friends," says tho May-lel- d iiiu suretiucDrug Store and get a Free Trial atFortune's Democrat, "claim that he will .Dome. Ajargc aize ji.ui;. poll Ambewj'i Soxs. A the Chempcet Goods, at DOWN IT GOES I ! IU iALii. Ml li, 8I& m inoro votes than Houston, and II! li tho track." Uo chanco no way. Watariaut'a low prices. Rev. Mr. Sholdrako. flninhnr. land Presbyterian, closed hia protracted meeting, Tuesday night. .o atuueieu gooa audiencos and awakened considerable interest. He will return in a week or two, and a church of his lenomyiation hero. The organization will commence with from 30 to 30 members. Fancy Flour boen dismissed by plaintiff. This 2Ourper hundred. $4.75 per bbl. Eetail, 75 was a suit for lo,0l0 damages Family Flour, 54.00 per bbl. Rstail, founded on tho selling of mor- 52 50 per hundred. phine by mistake to Reecdcf0r X Flour, $2.75 jor bbl. Drajage free on flour by the bbl. quinine, which being administered to Rqecc's child resulted ins its Empty barrels, in good order, taken back 25 cvnls. death. Tho dismissal of tkesuit at General !inof Goods marked down. by Roeco shows a fair and honor-abl- o Great bargains in farm Machinerv, &c. spirit, and a largo majoritv of POWELL & BKO. the citizens of Fulton county" by Sept. 2G, tf whom Mx. Johnson is considered one of our worthiest and besf;cit-izenNotice! will bo glad to hear of ita Strayed or stolen from the undersigned, dismissal. about the 26th of August, one three-yes, l 111 best bidder, I will sell My, Experienced workmen employed. to the highost and Thcattention of builders especially desired as this house will give special inducements. Correspondence solicited. 13. BREVARD'. Tho best roof for the least money. fPP1 R -- Hsassasok &c, &&, firo. &c. filled at any hour, S"Prescriptiona day King night bell titer 10 okioo CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN MOJSTD-A.it- , - ND BOYS. U, li, on a crodit of nine months, with interest from date, on my farm, G milos Southeast of Hickman, fifty head of FINE CATTLE, consisting of Milch Cows, Hoifers, from 6 months to 3 years old; several fine Bull Calvos; also, young Horses and Mares. This is no humbug sale. I am compelled to sell, owing to my feeble health. Come ono, come all, and buy some good THE OLD EELIABLEJ HAS. A. DEAI.EI: SEFTEMBBE AND CONTINUE 1. 1884. NINE MONTHS. LOOMI IV instruction, tho usual The Course of Slndy includes, as heretofore, the best of primary Music, Llocutio n and English, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, ocaL studies in Especial attention Ib devoted to the preparation of hoya for business, for college, and . for urofessional studies. Correspondence and consultation of parents, beforo tho opening of Bchool is respec. fully solicited. Q OALDWBIlIl Stock. WAITED! 20 S OP WOOD. COTOlEB Office. Have you lars, Cloaks, Apply the prettiegt Hickman, at is a pale red color, broa I Good FaTm, Houses and Out Houses in Circuhorns weight about 760 to 800 pounds not god oondili3R73 acre of cleared land, Delraans, and Jersey Jacket positive whether marked or not. Any in- on Dresden road, adjoining Gowgi-- place. and cheapest oversold in formation will bo thankfully received. Apnly m J. II. SIMMONS. J. Ambzrq'a B615 K, It. POWELL. 3epUl9-2B.Tl.23,tf jjVg "a een the a, new Russian ar old STEER. It J.H.SIMMONS. Farm for Rent. 1118, "i&;- - llilCll, ISC FAINTS 3B2C J MB 0 Aus-- 8, BFil-ffl- l, I8S4.- -' 'JM ilickman, Ky. D a SSI 3333 jSJH "! . -- WING at I YOUR TO JOB TJTXJE w j 'aBi XJm. ... i i 1 1 A .. -- , swai 's ."- - - ,rv' '. rf 4 yp-- ' . SS'" K-- wwm i KiX-- i. V"' BtlZlZrSi z?S?&&!gp&i$&&Ji&3l EsSS i f , .y enov3t W" vv'.f "f .. H--,"- "- '"i J -- " , tMMMIM.MM,a.MgflMn aw""r .? ' ! O'F3 . 1ST Sjfer j x ,To fiil Ire Snino , Vdlvfts., ,. , t f .islimprfs T.nrUno fill,c AX'.. .Ill Rli t 10 new JUKI llPMrtil) It! MltUttHi -aispmy oi Tif thb Hrt! we can offer f TiUtkmufh A inngniiioont .. Hint. Iiah i'-i- S: ii l.,.n n ,. ,iammtA ' j new tsiyus Sfc "". i "TTVr.- - " ijh 7 i i "V'J,' """"'V, iJtuuwO t?.jili Ji.ii."j. .tu- nil nuiJTT Mt.A, ' The loriHjst stoeic oi W tmly Bryan & i. ! it ' wcr j. nFhr.-..i f f n ).' fX' ?jt iriiiii i '.nil l " &. in isri rritwt KhoeitiU rttImve ih&dmma an ovary .Brown's ax irom (fflg.-" "Vr ", in , LCZ "T you a beautiliU garment j pair. A I.,. iJi. .mi, iu i'i ti.mmtrv. aauax ai p.,n it,wii' r icy Av (,. j t li: va n Fie c( tt mal cc, the l)est in me JJiuu ia8fe, ,, T; OT1i oil r ,i..J, wn x(nll sell at LESS VRKJKN Mum ntJitti honactl mn ofTur them. A Ixstulifui andnoh- t? iWMMrt: -- . .. mu wtlvw,u,, tLihZ I. I'MCH" clUU'splendid lino oi Hosievv, uiovos, iotuuu&, ru v Good at from Um U twelve per cent. .. ww w . t3 I, a . wa w v 112! VI lTfi t7 IilX.IAv lilt y "" O O O "" line of Gents, iOUtJIO ctiitt V lv Taper than can he found elscwhjere tfek-'U WttoiiicXM waCS - is"-'rj- " -- 4-- -i , .,;r a a 3 FALL jl p a " X .' itf W S3 .,. ! p- O O oi '-- T5 - fi C f t w. i itb.mibk-..- . av-'- a i iin Jiu-lt.4mr i n-t-- v " i . . - i l i j n l" .i- 1 STl 1- -1 JLIUY3M5--tiV- -' thlB uauvi " ii: i i4 i- " n-- 4 i 3 I Si J I ! I 1. I 1 -1 W wc : i i Ccnrk-r-Joarna- i&ii-iiiiaii- ii 7: A I I n t..; ' - - a s r . iifkr n 9 - L . t m j j - - - - ,-- v D 1,1 A- .1 --- .v w I i -- r i . -- , - - - f ' N rjK- W f a S m X 7- - It is reported in the papers tlmt From street 5 I ; n I Recent events The answers which Mr. Blajho 3Sr. 1$ Ism k r havo brought starvation t Hon. Thil Thompson charges that litnv JLost. JloivlScfctored. jL,iJj!isr& of :i makes to tho interrogations of tis sands of honest men win Gov. McCreary spent $40,000 to Indianapolis a e4IM'.B ef rr. Cmlre rwtrtl" DEMOCRATIC TICKET, Jot Jq' ittolivl Jlarx'asi&e. assailant do not Er en Ifce JlWfit iiriof Cclrbm4 speculated in their lives, IitHks llCKMAH. KENTUCKY Sentinel, and tho tlfr mails er0 Bcenre his nomination for torrbvea r Sciuiii! Healnu, InTulantar; Seel prise those who possessed onPn up o- ILH, Imfwttttry, Xenial ami Pbjilcal Inea too slow for lusraS011 feelings, Chicago, Sept. 22. A morningr in everyi? Slate havo..a gone ey ate .. ..j. fni onen secret tlmt aAinfornmtioii on the nlinoi HT.tl BllUUl. pacit;, IaidiBM'aia to 34arritce, tte. : lf. Co FOU I'UESIREXT, VHU XI WIUSO Ol ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS Vno loWr-flSulIub friends ilTnlwrja was carried inTT5S?ToTTlW TffBTslfB'Uio to EpUrpej- aftd I'll, tho following heneo li a cttiv,urinal eilratiic&Bc.lodurtd bjr ttlMnilal Jtor cnlrostcd to their core. rriutmuitKohis uivevery day. Thei eis that or ,. " V .7GTfcOVBBrC0CEVEC23J33r .t. 4. 75MmsirtTj- alio tlfeVentiiKiJi i iufsocMiTjlyTirlmSiif cua whi ih Yrffah ftmt witucsBBtnj .7Hi:!i'''Sir Tli ceMratJ aHibor. is tlii admlraMf 9y. hoc orxic.v.,iUr'Dl'H'uuuuMUK i. urtui cu t. lmve beeni OfHct Millet Blsoi:. may i" March, 183V bh,,! cx. cirarljr lem&jrat Iron a iMrtj jran'iioccf.rtl V damages.Vc onrfT,ttiT!Trt,iat from the Treasury of tho United lncccu lutj whty creof aTS-"- S OF NEW YORK. r r '"THi0 ' practlri-- , that the alarmlBK v. ljOMoyne, lndicato a crash. There liaK-- been of Mlf- atiHM- amy I radtrally cwrvd c.tlrfirctn a ; ;vlullB oal a.t. tho blani avSfted scoundrel of States. Ko one, wo believe, de- win tu uvi n tvjt :.u4eio and Uonsressinan jonn been any . suicides, and there has uf ruru at once nimplf, ctrtalt , and .RVctual, ty Buttueyirc8nai.;inMiswcrtoa reporters inquiry. wnoaiit of family dishonor hecauso FOR VICE l'KESJDEXT, selfish person. muiik of ttMcli eity nfferrr, no matter wltt ala tha Sentinel was guilty of a mean y cDditWn nay be, aw; ere hli.!f ci.aplr, nies this, tho only answer to such p.iftnt. t.n nMftluiKh tho itogritv off . 'Did you .know.nat thatI time thaty j of financial misfortune. Business ' . "V.Vw " THOS. A. HENDK1GKS, Rk4 ra4lcally. .slander, and ought to be whipped uau uceu mai-folltho innocent girl whon the mshj Maine ami bis wile charge being that "tho other side" is dull, thero aro many stijlkes by CnWKctre nhonld be In the Liml of titty from all respectable society for OF INDIANA. yBkaul-T- j aa tu tke Uui.. of anunsparing lover Was nedproiously in Kontnckyt" au-t- workingmen and many more n used money also. So it goes. SMit HMitcr mI, n )4alH fBTk)l'r, tu msaa-nTro; were they?" inquh ltigly willing tosacrifice. Jor ifegri- tho publication. Blaine's action rrcnpt 4rt, ua AMrM inof nut eent, or two asy voiiau aro without the means to it is common, to see in In truth, taap. indeofl, nobody who is nQJuatu- - iworcd Mr. LaMoyno with some feed or cloth themselves'tluough Burn this letter. Blaino. was so quick and prompt that one T11K UULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., tho papers tiio statement that tbo ted with Mrs. Blaino couldfiues-- ! surprise. Mr. LcMoyno had just tho coming winter, and thero is 1 Am St.. Xw York, K. Y. ; p,t OSct Bm, iM could not think thero was the Cleveland. Tell tlio truth. party committees aro wanting linn. Nnno thp Iprs. howdfcr, do returned from a tMO weeks' limit- - no hope of an improvement for a grounds tho vile preaflA Capita, I It is clear that tho Ciueinnati slightest But, Blaino for caused to monoy for campaign purposes thoso developmentsmttile esicjiar- - ing trip and had not soon Biaiue's long time to come. is charge. letter to Wm. Walter Phelps nor This moans bad management Bhune m the samo Enquirer has been bought' up by that they aro short or ha vo plenty, his sworn reply to tho intei rogawhich shows us to: Bay. the Republicans. Let Democrats answer as to Jho facts from his &c. Tho plea is mado that they acterwould hocourse hurt Is as- - tories of the Jtidiauapolis Soutinel. somewhere. It means jspocula-tion- . of It DiaoinnU Pajwranu Loans Money, Bays own lips and from his own testi uso doesn't mean dvor-pro- everywhere understand this- this money for iegitiraato cam- sailant if tho latter had nJSt Intirf Mr. LcMoj ue wasiefered 10 these ductionItor under production. It awl alfa Exchange on any Point in the e mony, thero is at least positive of the said: chief Uaitetl &!, Ohio is a Republican State, proof and acknowledgement of paign work, sending speeches to to lose. To sum it up, tha atter and after looking at themhow that means crime. Orimo on tho part l'w)lCnj!ral'y. Solicito Accounts Tronipt Collections ami 'Well, 1 cannot say but there are 00,000 Germans in irregularity inhis marriage, and tho voters, paying traveling ex- thine to roffrot about the and w,8. it may hae been so, hut I of the individual and on Iho part ReoiitlMH at Current Kale of Exchange Conjnjission IJercljaijfe. A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. of the General Government. Crinie penses for speakers, &c, but the is that tho pestiferns of m irrel is said, will not that State who, it said by .Blaine or grounds that would naturally ex- tondenoy of the whole is to bring incalculable diriinfss shoulcvou anyoneno'.itiiig tho time of the Pitts- in poli lies and as a natural followI11CKJIAN-K- Y , else at vote for Blaine. If so, good bye cite sponsible newspaper ing on tho part of business and net scandal Blaino talk if from burg mat i luge which led mo to each election down to a dollar aud for a moment divert attcntifi Keep always on hand, Fresh to Blaino and Logan. society. This bank President and says that his marriage was secretly conts basis. Ilouce, after an elec- Mr. Blaine's crimos and gf eQ him ccn suppose that thero had been that bank cashier have either HlCKuIAN MARBLE WORKS, LIME, CEMEXT, SAt T, PLASTEH There are over one hundred performed in Millcrsburg, Ky., tion, tho defeated party say, "we an opportunity to poso as he- a pi evioas marriage." GRASS SEEDS, CLOVER, ic. country or gone to "Do yon believe that ho was jumpod thograves, ro of an outraged donnSicity. speakers, on cither side, now can- Jnno 30, 1S50, (without obtaining had no sufficient inCKMAN, and in consc-quenc- o promaturo "Will make liberal adTances on Cotton campaign fnnd, This, as far as tho public con- married in Kentucky at all?" vassing Ohio. They will keep licence,) and that afterwards as- with which to monoy has gone into imCorn, Ac., for eale or shipment. "Doesn't ho say ho was? It "educate" tho floatis tho sole effect ofx pubtuch-things warm up to the 14th of certaining it to bo illegal under ing vote. By "edncato" they mean cerned, which tho Deinjcralie make:i mo think of what tho man proper channels and industry is lication without hope at the samo timo tho State laws, by legal advice, to buy tho floating vote. October the election day. said at onco and It is au nrossscornnarivloathing, diswnod you about tho patent medicine, 'if that tho war tariff continues to DEALEB IS believe with and tho ceremony was performed again f and read don't primed its good, just oist and the General Government irulligan letters are terri- in Pittsburgh, Fa., in March, ISol, alarming condition of politics, but The advertisement tho Mr. Biaiue's .ifl0,O00,000 and Italia surplus EGG-EBS- , axd American" MAnnLS ble documents against Blaine. which marriage was also kept a it is true, and will finally destroy dramatic opportunity, hfirovor, aud see what that says.' But," has ain its too of ample treasury. over will be bnt shortlived. Tht Fish- continued Mr. LoMoyue seriously, the liberties of this country. Blaino admitted in Congress that secret; and that in June, 1S51, MONUMENTS, TOMB AXD GRAVB 'It seems most remarkable to mo er letters, wuh tho awful, Gold TeTcr In Georgia. ho wrote these letters, and yet no EEPS all klnda of atapla u faaaj three mouths after tho PennsylvaFour yonrs ago when tho counquestions which tiny raiso, that if th's Keutocky maniago did Chattanooga, Ten:;., Sept. Eepublican paper will publish nia marriage, tho child was born. try was prosperous tho Republi- still stare him in tho fatal Not occur litaino kept it secret so long. 8T0XES. 19. F. S. Winkley, an experiencthem. ono, nor a dozen, pettico, will A chitd was Doru three months ed gold prospector from Now This may have all been strictly cans begged tho pooplo to keep shut out a page, or a lite, or a after tho Pittsburg marriage, and fine lot of Amer Xo matter whether Mr. Blaino respectable, &c, but at the samo them in pfiico because thoy had word, either from his eye(br the tho dato of its birth appeared on Mexicoy and Idaho, brought to this HAVING received aMarble, I am pre- aad Conrectioneries. Will bo pleaMi! to Italian specimens ol gold and pared Ut fill all oid era. Coll and examine ee his old custoaeri, i.nd will both isil city was married once, twice, secretly, time it must bo admitted that tho caused tho prosperous times now eyes of the people. The they iiS tombstone. How, iu thai life them in prioe and qunhty. Call an se) Bit ver oro taken from gold mines publicly, legally, or not at all, circunrstaucos of .the secret mar- tho situation is roversod, and the are in black and white, hi own of B'aine, nmteu a few years ago recently discovered in Murray sr wrk. ns. "Quick Soles Szaall Priis. Orders frn tho wuntry promptly Won't be undersold and 1 fjan4i.' Monu-tainwhat has that to do with his pub- riages, &c, givos just such grounds fanner is getting only 50 to 60 indictment against hiimm; the by a Maine man named Council, mayG Itobie, county, Ga., inside of Fort in 1SS0 bargaiu and salo of greatjpnblic think, tho ono for which about fifty inileB from this lic record? Let no such slanders as excites gossip. Tho samo cir- conts for his wheat that trust when hi office ; perjay, and just elected Governor, wrote the cumstances attending ordinary brought .$1 to 1.20, and according subornation of perjury,wherr preface, tho date of Blaine's mar city. Assaj s made of this ore deobBcure tho Mulligan letters. to their own argument they ought Drougiu 10 uiu nar or jusico , av riage is giveu as March, 1S51. at monstrate it to be worth an averJSmekson Etheeidge has an- people would De talked about. $27 per ton. Specimens of SGBB6BBE Piitsburg. Blaino admits that the age ofexhibited assayed 100 to now to bo turned out. arice and cowardice. si'ver other opportunity to represent his Hence, it is curious that Blaino ITlLIfcTm got his information from the ton, and another specimen of author old Oil) District in the Congress was so shocked at the publication, now Oiulau Cftcau&e tt B51!- Ihim. & Fyorl a? gold quartz assayed $1,2-00BeUlKr Groat lojiuire. when he, himself, gives tho testiof tho United States, if ho C mPc& mi Mr. FASMIOKAKIil excitement prevails and people &c. It is al- Mncros on Iyrlnrg roa!, J Boston, April 17, 1872 My The Hew York Sun m :i llickitiuii. AdilrcA act too "cranky." mony as referred to, doesn't - MtFi DOZAllOBr 4J6?S 4 i5; i evo,itff - r:om HyOM XooUor, ttih.1DHioerat, Dr. are rushing to tlio mines from all -TheroTis'grcat"diSsatisfacti'on'bvcf' .aotOurlouatlia.tHIrJjlaine, an in Dear BlaiioKcaaxor ,ot.iliG. War. Wiso bot S500 tho Fmk (Jol. directions. Tliearcprfnotnrccd' Hon. Bhey Boyd, care Saml. C. Davw Co , St. Loots, Uo mo thtamorn-ing- Charles Snenco at faBOOT AlD telligent, ouucatcHToaclier in s lSnrhitfirKslHHl Glass' nomination. nae Hotel on Saturday that'CMYH-- , J. D. Laiidtuiii, RepuUlicun. and by experts to be among the rich- ' SE0B I urn surprised Vt m first-clas- s school ulid not know I liuc lo.uiodouai arions land wouLl be okvtvd. Theiune, Mr. Jolni iioliuer, Prohib'tiouist. est yot discovered in America. . John U. McDowell, for Senathat a marriage license was neces- times, when you were compara- evening, at the Gilsey IloiseIr. tlio tormer ot iauacaii, anu tne Jlcrowt lll Oc'IIK. tor, and Tom W.Xeal, forPIoater, sary at his first marriage, and that tively poor, very large sums of Wiso bet 8o00 even with Xr.J'ar-- two latter of this plar-e-, bpuko at Ice. SHOP. Xorth Wit, corner of" Mokw presented by the he was ignorant of said require- mone', and never have you paid ker that Cleveland will carry Tew the Court houso last Monday is tho ticket Tho project of establishing a awl Troy Avenues. Eat Hickman, Ky., All jktmhis holiliiig ctnium against the iaf action guaranteed. Stato by 50,000 nwjonty.Jternoon to a largo crowd of tho telephone lino across tho Atlantic itate of Mis. Ahiux L- - Itohiwon. Union City Democratic Conven- ment until withim'three months mo ono dollar from your own are rctjHtM'td to file Haiti claim, properly pocket, either principal or inter- Mr. Robert Talor, tho fHrifture citizens of tho town and country, ocean has assumed shape, and ex-- April. tion, and tho Democrats evory-whes- o of tho birth of hi6rst child. proe-- i Hp en or before the SOtli of Juno, est. I havo paid sundry amounts dealer, who was present, offtrcd The speaking began at 1 o'clock, pcriineuts to detoriniue its 1SS4, In my absence, with Mr. (leo. Heiuu are well satisfied with tho aro to bo made. The first to others to whom you were in- to duplicate the wagers, but the w the ball was opened by Dr. 11 U Hues, nominations. debted, and these debts you havo offer was declined tv Mr. Wise. ' Landium, who proceeded to show- experiment in submarine telephonUuaTtllan Matue Kobni CEEVEiAXUnTIIil, WIX. allowed to stand unpaid liko the A irrrmn nf siinrriiifr mon wprr. Ul) the evil deeds oftllO DoUlOCrat- ing will bo mado between Halifax, V. DIBSTELBIIIKK St, The next political event of imparty and tho good deeds of the Nova Scotia, and Gloucester, MasThero are manjJKentucky Dem- notes which I hold. 1 havo placed gathered iu tho corridor of tli St. portance "will be tho Ohio elec- ocrats who, intensely anxious for yon in a position whereby you James hotel, on Sunday- - ovoning. licnuoiicaii imriy, uiu jiul iwuu sachusetts, a distanco of 850 miles. tion, which occurs on tho 14th of the election of Gjeveland, yet are havo received very large sunts of Whon Mr. Wiso entered tho dis- did he mention tho names of tho If theso prove successful, nor will bo mado to telephone October. "West Virginia votes on discouraged and talk as though money without ono dollar of ex- cussion drifted into politics. candidates of his partyspeechrefer was across tho Atlantic ocean. Exto their records. His book-makepense to you, and you ought not Charles Davis, the 25cts Lower than tiio Lowes b the same day. Indiana is no Blaino was sure to bo elected. to forgot tho act on my part. Of offered to bet $500 even that Mr. such as wo have listened to for pert electricians say that, with the longer an "October Stato," but This discouragement is based up- all tho parties connected with tho Blaine would carry the Stato of the past fifioen or twenty years, same force sound may bo transI have no clerk cxponsss no store rt spice officers at tho on the fact that the Republicans Little Rock and Fort Smith Rail- New York. Mr. Wise took the and was composed principally of mitted twice as far on wires undor "FiTOtrouble to nnmo all articles, but no --rntl pay mah for all mj Oreceries, and elects her Stato to show goods, L therefore can sell as cheap as abuse of tho Democratic party. At air. audome and see, at the corner of Troy est. lieat brands of Wittenbergthe cheap regular November election. aad Lea have in all tho National contests road no one has been so fortunate bot, and $1,000 wasM.promptly tho expiration o'f the Doctor's wator as on wires through tho Connor, as yourself in obtaining money placed with Capt. W. and Moscow A7anuo. East Hickmns, Ky Star Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the ton since the war succeeded in elect- out of it. You obtained subscrip- proprietor of tho St. Jaiacs, as speech Mr. Bojd took the stand JOHN WITTING. st. Blaine is responsible for the Doliicr t.ooit T7orS(. Mr. Wise offered nnd addressed tho people for marriage scandal business being ing their ticket, antltho additional tions from your friends in Maine stake-holdeGrant's Cabinet is doing very and .a half, his in tho campaign. Every Deni4-- . fact that tho Republicans aro able for tho building of the Little Rock to repeat tho wager with any of about an hour complete history well for tho Democrats this year. but tho speech being a to throw moro money in the doubt- and Fort Smith railroad. Oat of the other Hamilton Fish, his Secretary of cralic newspaper, except the of tho two great political parties State, and Benjamin II. Bristow, ful States than can tho Democrats. their subscriptions you obtained offer was not accepted. . Sentinel, bitterly dea large amount, both bonds and A few days ago it was rumored aud their candidates. His talk his Secretary of the Treasury, aro was & nounced such a charge, but Blaine Let these Democrats bear in mind money, free of cost to yon. 1 that Al. Smith, representing Jas. was au interesting ono and pres- going to vote for Cleveland. Gen. by all that thero is no wavering in tho have your own figures, and know E. Kelly, tho book-makewas au- patiently listened to KENTUCKY STREET, Walker, not in the Cab- brought the suit that keeps it alive ent. T1il frconent annlausc indi- - Francis S. to constantly on hand for hlH to divert attention from tho Mulli- Southern States, and that these tho amount. Owing wereyour po- thorised to botany part of $10,000 c ,oa in KEErS sale able to on Biaiue's olection. Thairumor . ...--- . States are sure to give Cleveland litical position you Census, is going to uo the samo neai-sen- t gan letters. HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) cord with tne loenngs or nis thing. There arc indications 153 electoral votoajTarid that with work off all your bonds at a very reached Mr. Sol. Saylcs, and ho Having purchased the stable, horses Mr. Bod is a rinetalkerand good sides that this is to bo tho high price, and tho fact is well two withieson all 40,000 people turned out to hear these it only takea'ow York and and entire outfit of W. B. Plumrae r All kinds of known to others as well as myself. fLTrfMw nfif.li in intervifttr Mr.llto uovcr in.ido a bettor speech year of Democratic jubilee. o we propose to continue the business, and e a.aFvw" - - than tho ono hero Monday. When Hendricks and Thurman, at Ham- Indiana to elect. Wonld your friends in Maine bo Smith at the Gilsey house. Mr. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES solicit patronage ilton, Ohio, last Saturday. This Again, Hendricks has never satisfied if they knew tho facts? Smith said that ho reiirosented ho sat down Mr. Bohnger arose to Coukling is oven with Blaino on looks strange to people hero in failed to carry Indiana, and the Are my associates satisfied to have Mr. Kellv merely in tho matter, speak a few words in behalf of the tho turkey gobbler thrust. Boing usually kopt in a s bouso, at bot Mr. Bolinger BOOTS AND SHOES. Kentucky where no political ex- Democrats aro moro certain of you rcceivo $25,000 for Northern and that personally he was back- party of Sc. John. Republican for asked if ho would take tho stump torn prices. Pacific railroad and you not mako ing Cleveland and bcliovodthat ho has boon a staunch TEAS, for tho Republican candidate he FAiror CANDIES, Hen- carrying that State now citement exists. But, if than at the investment as per agreement? would bo elected. Mr. Saylcs' the last quarter of a century, but replied: ''I am not engaged in txiNCE-JIZAAFICKLES dricks and Thurman were both to any olection siuce tho war. Tho course you havo thought representatives wero referred to ho gavo that party such a raiting appear on ono day in Kentucky, Then, Cleveland! carried Xow proper to take in regard to my re Mr. Kelly, who said ho had chang- as it has not had in many a day. criminal practice." GRITS HOMINY, CRhSBEMUES, Koeps in stock tho very Best Material, quest is rather a poor one, and I ed his mind and did not then pro- The Democratic party likewise A citizon of Louisille writes to there is no tolling what a crowd York less than two years ago by and keeps only the best workmen. Work his an Indiauopolis paper that the came in for its full share of again ask T3J JU 32S. s they would draw even hero. guaranteed. Repairing solicited. 3feC l'juuu majority, and his friends and grant you to will find it pose to make tho bot. abuse. Ho spared neither, but prohibition vote of Kentucky will it. You it seems to us that any fair claim it now by from 50,000 to much easier to pay by obtaining tried to impress on his hearers reach 20,000. Suar, CoiTccs, SoaiiS, c&c. PrrhiilouUii CsWcnlnllsn.' 100,000. . tho importance of deserting theso tho credit. I selected that course, minded man ought to justify Gov. f -- 5Will not be undersold. THE BARTER GROCERY, thinking it to New and voting Kuott in doing exactly as ho has Upon theso States hang the again decline be tho best. If you lowing York, Sept. 22. Tho fol- narties Tho speecheslor nis cauui 11 Prico for Buttor, Eggs, &c .. Jnilo-of tho three date. shall be obliged I calculations wore prepared done in tho convict labor matter. prospecta of O'erelaud'a-electic- J. JL MONTGOMERY, and to use tho notes or sell them to by an 'independent:"' From tho gentlemen wore well delivered MR- to his friends and the pnblie that Ho ought to cxeculo tho law, and and not upon Ohio or any other outside merchants. Necessity Democratic standpoint no one? will wero iistcueu to wim tumtuoi, uj ho has opened a new and fresh supply of knows no law. "Whatever bonds dispute that Cleveland aud' Hen- all present. it is wrong to excito a rnob spirit Western State.! all kinds of Familt Groceries, which hit True, the Democrats havo hopes aro still duo to you will be deliv- dricks v. ill receive the 15) vote's of Twlvr-3'cur.t- tl 3?. O'DANIBL, U. D:f will sen as low as the lowest. He is reaBgainsthhn. The sentiment of tho Girl ti iml 980,008 B. ered as the road progresses. dy at all times to exebanpe Groceries al tho Sonth. The inajorityT0f the A people is against working peniten- of carrying Connecticut, Ohio, Boston, Sept. 22. A twclvo- oxo cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, 'er,, To tho other portions of Electoral College HIS PROFESSIONAL Michigan, Wisconsin, Colorado, letter I make no reply. You your they aro within 4.S is 201." Thus yetir-ol- d girl of Farmingham, on OFFERS to tho citizens of Hickman and any kind of marketing that the farming" tiary labor against free labor. But, know votes of having , friends may bring in. The highest mar packed hor vcliso with Ticinity. Jos. SOHBCC, who can give a hotter plan now Nevada, Oregon and California, tho facts; it is sufficient that I iho necessary number. NeYork Friday-ket price always paid. diamonds and negotiable bonds to Oflico Corner room in Laclede House. oxc J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. than tho one being executed by but neither ofv those States are know them, and it is useless to 36, and Indiana 13 would fVo ft, tho amount of $60,000, belonging essential to Democratic success. mention them at this time. Please or three moro than necessary- - to hor mothor, a wealthy lady, aud tho Governor? Keeps the very best makes of Beer, fresh auswer at once. I remain rospoct-full- y ew ior-- so and Uhio 23 would and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to yours, give 00, or eleven moro than ucc-tte- started for Boston to meet a young The Democratic papers have, - serve customers. .A.. New York 36, California S man and elope with him. Sho "Warren Fisher, Jr. with wonderful unanimity, conThe Democrats of Fulton coun was arrested, Saturday, and tho and Michigan 7, would give 51, or The CItolorn. demned tho Blaino marriage scan- ty are apathetic. No doubt of PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, three more Mian nnn'U.i TQnlifor- - valuables recovered. Tho girl was taken home. The amount Naples, where the cholera is nia 8, New York 30, and Ne dal, aud reprobated tho ono Dem- that. There has been no politiTho best make oi th edebrato --KENTUCKY ENOEER, . tiorcoly, is one of sey y, would give 53, or flV0 Jer stolon was divided as follows: HICKMAN, Columbus ocratic paper that did print it. It cal speaking or other influences now ragmg so not moro Fifteen thousand dollars in bank the largest if the largest, cit tnan needed. i,ew Yoikse was mean in that paper to do so, resorted to to excito tho active ies m Italy'. (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) Sorvices to is four mdes long 7, and-XeIt Jersey n.5jnM bills, throo $1,000 United States OFFERS hie Professional and vicinity. 1J ,: '1 bnt wasn't it also villainously Interests of the people, but thero ana two ana ono-nabonds, 7,000 worth of diamonds, of Hickman f miles wide. hj.c.-- , t luui mean on tho part of Blaino to is no doubting that tho ticket, Tho streets are very narrow; some Jew York 30 New Jersey"? and aud $35,000 worth of railroad jan!6-'8- 0 stocks. Tho girl'B name is Sadio bring a suitjibout it knowing the Cleveland and Hendricks is heart- of them sixty, sortie thirty and uu. ...... j.i,' Si! Kent for sale, at a bargain, at thoZJvtr ,, I" very few moro than fifteen to T... more xnauItllltlll llVft Oil. rT Robinson, and sho is tho daughter and Sale Stable of needed. Tf the of C. E. Robinson. Sadio's mind 1aci8 as ho himself now answers ily endorsed. All the reading twenty feet wide, while the housAND Democrats should lose both Vmv FAItIS & PARKER . in tho court ? If Ire had let it go, Democrats will go to tho polls in es aro from soven to ten storios York and Ohio, has been filled with nonsensical 0. L. Indiana 15 Calitho world would have regarded it November and yote, bnt thoy, tho high. It is not remarkable for its fornia SXow Jersey 9, Michigan ideas about runaway marriages. as newspaper blackguardism, ifow reading Democrats, have a further cleanliness, which is in a reat ,and iecoasm 11, wonm ?rve Tho latost in dress for gontle-mo- n ATTORNEY AF LAW measure tho cause of the dreadis tho "Father Dub bard." it is clearly an appeal from Blaino duty, and that is to got their ful spread and fatality of the pres- 50, or two more than needed. " LOWER and LOWER. Simply drop tho suspenders for sympathy for his family, to di- neighbors who .may bo apathetic ent cholera scourge. Tho Democratic Committee of wear tho shirt looso over tho and Gollactor, R9ai Estate Agent DEALER .V top AH kinds of vert attention from his own pub-li- o to vote. "We havo no speakings, Groceries hams, sides, &c. tho Second Congressional Disyour pants, instead of tucking oa'cheanas the cheapest. I will not be because there Js no need in this Tho prohibition law now pre- trict has ordered a primary elec- of in, and you havo tho "Father record. HICKMAN, KY. undersold. it JOHN WITTiNG. Io- tion to bo hold October strong Democratic soction, and vails in three States Kansas, Utii. Hubbard." Tho Republicans are preparing 2ST Will attend promptly to all bus! wa and Maine. Theso are all ReAXD AISO. to establish headquarters at 2Tash" tho speakers'arc needed else publican States and German beer-- If others' misfortunes ne8s entrusted him in Sonthwestcn Carpenters Wanted. There aro twin sisters near Kentucky nnd Northwestern Tennessee ville. A' majority of frfty thous- - where. Let's T r cosanienco an act dinttl'Ann tu f?i,s-f- .win1 41ti.. wr - mon from pushim? aliMii dfterrad nn X Cleveland, Ga., who aro oxacily s C) Kod Carpenters can pet employment at JONets, Seinw, Lines, Hooks, and all'klndf uiiURCio ii. vuiu utitut Special attention given to invcatiga and will show them tho folly of . -- ..i.rtoa unoi ojguuui vrii." . v Tl.TiT. . tern states uavo sot it aown in beaten path, fow BUGceEsoi.onld tho samo height and balanco tho tion of Land titlos, and tho tho "j and uoarij fT two months. of wishing Tackle and Supplies, at abac purchase . their calculations. mpbcll & Wall; Cavcc Kv I gain. Uroceneaanu irauuly buppltcagea- X . other. . ittr their note books. at tho samo notch. ealeofltcolEatute. l TSS HISKHAH C0D8DB. rise bi.ai;;e ti3E1, IT Blaino was tcrnlS shocked over tho pirblicaiionin iiolianapolis A MONEY IX EI.ECTIS. " Sir. HI nine's Mnrrlarc. ) TUT- -- J . jujisv "i'!."4J -- : ..-.-..- -,., .. f Thol'MI'lT-X- lit ,.fcl i lr. !!!il iv. thou-nove- I $ Hniiuj S.c. L & R. T. Tyler, j Attorneys at tiai?; H. m Lj - -, - rlfcsyAivn -- i gt, - - t- I e -- FULTON BANK tiri-rl- work-ingme- 3 y, ' 850,000.00. Bondurant $ Breicry idi' he-tu- 6C-PLIE- J K-- 1 se-mtio- J. W. Jfelf-ac-onsi- GSOCEEIES, to-da- s, KHZ TIMBER . (E.th-eridg- e) con-teiit- s, Mi ;n. &&'' t j af-Yo-rk ?ft jSn i!ci-car- J I ts Family Groceries. groceries r, r. book-maker- s, r, ".'' i f ably, Grocery Faris sale and livery stabls Parker, l0 f -- first-clas- T, S. GLAZIER. It -- -- TIYOLI HALL. -- Prop'r. d. DR. Jl. FA.RIS- FOB SAL L it V O-EOOSRI- - ill 1 1IK out 0-- w -- EANDLE F: E. OASE, Family Groceries; -- .... i - 'SO - s. fa Bcalcs . nn- - V T. J. IIAYNES. erally. A- - ft' r1 " t- - t "5? '5 . lTr - t. ;tj?2 i