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K ENTU.CK SENATOR BAYiVRD. A Masterly Speech on tho Political Issuos of tho Day. A MngnlUccnt Ovation T I COUKIEJtl J rs Fine job Printing ' EXECUTED h Neatness and Dispatch. 53 f ErTVELOPES, , S. Helnzo Building-- , Clinton Street. letter-heads- ; 3BlLX,-ia:EJi.I3- GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Tlie Oltlext Newspaper in WostefijKontucicjrV' FBICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.30. Y.RH)A Y. ?Wgrpt rur : m r OCTOBER 31. 1SS4. felloiv-countrymc- VOL. ap-pe- n XX.-N- O. 5. ' mL : -- F ixrVTXA.xxoisrs. ETC., EXO, Oj9VZc-y 4' 4 upon articles of luxury and tho lowest upon ' Territory has to dcaMth wealth and strength ai til s of nes ssity. (Applause.) po at.on and and it '8 with In a banner or Democracy, light, these sent!-me- ii and u thi giro-- opabi.ity. was twent-nv- a v ry e different hat it Inscribed in letter or was placed oars ago when people In tho hands or Grovi r Cleveland ai d totholtepuol canthe mer canhey wou trusied d wipo A Grand Speech by a Grand Old Thomas A. liendr cks (tremendous outburs. polygamy out. .Mypleethat f yo-- i reai-- r rew-- oitizc-ni0 a iplauso). and taey woo required to cany do not l eliove in nlv i nv. . ou th ult Statesman. that banner out before the American people, while tl at strnniro is sanpearfu r and with that banner In their hand in tho iium luihuj nun uiuut i u vera dnn id in tic great controversy to stand or fall. ought not to immlsia ofo tio In ted Sta'e : There aro no equl ocal or it b6i les n The Excellent Speech Delivered at Cin- word - thern. It s not liko tho otheruncertain t'ioyou tn i n K, n fed, tint it l tho that Inst of p nt oc ji Goorn-noto put enl to that aimits inoqua ity and injustico and exyou got iito irit-'- it to a ptr-t- y cinnati a rctr Days Ago by That thenars cessive taxation; but it proposes a remedy somuthand so Purc-JIlndPatriot, Thomas just the peoplo and just to iibor, and just undthatha promlellittle? (Applause.) o.lca accomplished so i enterprise and nil the Interests of tho 3jun-trA. Hendricks. What do you say, gentlemen.' If the-- o bo "DON'T DBLAX" any Itepublican here honoring u wun his presence, I ask him to meet this que-tio- n Tho following is the main portion of squarely. Yo t und hut it is. Taxes speech delivered at Cincinnati a few shall only bo to moet the needs of tho Govern- "Doar Mr. Important to ec nomi aiiy adoiini ment it shall be days ago by Mr. Ilendricks: You That You Come, Vory." for p ibhc purposes: it shall be so as not to Mb. ent est, Ladies and Gkctlevex: Impair the interests of thenn i rprlsos and las . but not county, Ilaxo you stopped to consider what It Is to lusmes s ot the lgh 1 ait. It upon the nrt cles that all be electa I resident and Mco-- i resident ot tho tho com non people ot tho country do mo-- t 3Ioro of tli Trco'cn Corrrvpondrnco ot United States? It Is not only to selsct tho use. (Applau o ) I say to y iu. my country-i- p Jamrs G. ltlaUo and Ills Agent Muthi pi iMorm commti'id t e nppmvi in n but it is to decide upon quos.i ns of lligan, V FNIicr, Hold That po Icy. of Gover ment. It Is sn election, a of my Judgment, and as to somo oxtcn 1 tor antid'-ift-rfpresentuiifit, I make the r choice, a dec slon to te mad by tho people lMtoh r Letters. e that to tin sent men s of decision. I may nay. wliomo' thoro sba I bo th it platform s.ia 1 bancte.l c my odlc.al n 4r chance in tho1 adminifttt-ntlrvr. . ... rr,twm of ......l.a. ilforln ctuvol u . .Ipiuus.i nw. my 'oip-rr- l ir (""rTrat c'ocls"on shall turn not only uron tho I nnniimniitn'rlfiiiiii n eas.nryoTir uacc atlooa. tlouings" interesting and Is a ,.. . . r it . . ,et.U.ewMM&3batJiaiapon?tlie! f.5r m o w nn iA" yon to a-am appeal .in BoUon lelegrara to tho Now York policy wnica tuey robresont. tn only remedy tha a tree p"op:o ha o th-- t mci icsanu (Applause.) banje n tie ad uliit aton of EvaihiJ Po t: of natt-nt o Government (Xpp'.auFO) Is it possible And flrst, w'thout refererc" to the BOJaroy. October 17. If any farther that we are to goon iium yeartovcar as wo whettor he Administrations in'tho pa t uae ha e for nl ctecn years with-thil are past policyo proof were needed of the abject terror txen satlsr. ctory, is U not thndi-isrfaul- r unv of the fort e ieo-p- l o consider whether now, aftor so long a and admimst all nt all with e condu of the partv in with wh ch Jlr. James G. Ulaino lapse of time, there o gut u t to bu a power tebt 1 not nppoul to vo t that, after ed the possible production of chango.' (Ap.lausc.) Does any otucr.emedy n netcen year of iuIn or high governmen , occur to you lor a free peo, lo oacv pt a over this countrv.it is, tlm-th- nt t at party the additional letters o his in the hands change.' If there bo defec s n Government. should give p'.a o to anot'ior.' (tppiaus.i is isUeroanx remedy otuer than a chango of It not risht that no Know mo o fully or Warren Fisher and James Mulligan, administration Shall turn to s. mo const J. what has been going on? We know that the eratlc ns for a few momenta why there should money is collect-d- ; In we know .hat the mo ey it is afforded in thoso obtainnl. be a change First, 1 w ill ask you to consider is ruin out: and tho record of this G em- order to inform the reader as to the true the platform adopted by the itepublican party inent do sh wthatlnt'ie last yea- - the col coat Chicago. together relevancy of these letters, it is nece ary ttons ard tho expend itu cs Too Cist preposition of that platform Is have amounted to JC .0J '.0 Kc addedenormous An that tho Itcpubucan party xvUl modify tho sum The ot tho cnlieM n, and tho to recall the incidents immediately contariff with a wewto two tuinxs; Lrst.to st ry of the expenditures I written In thou- nected with their cont nt. the inequalities that exist, and o sands of volume, by thousands hun s, an I On Juno 3, 187G, Mr. Blaine made his tne volume or revenue. The resolution ibeso olumc nro closed a ainstotone-hatho to which I hao referred concedes two c peope, and'theso hands wr t on it s. lirst. that tho larlff laws are not based tho Etoryof the colectlonthand have st'iryof drarostic explanation to 41.oO),OoO of tho upon i,unUy: second y. that a larger r -- the expend turo are no' Demo ratic bands at his countrymen, snd road the letters he vnue icoltci.ted tlmnousht to be collected. all' Altogether the business has lieen trans- bad prat tidily stolen ftotn Mulligan. (G oat appUuso. When in Its platiorm that acted by one i ol tical part . Is sreut party concedes the3e two defec s, I as welfare and safety of the people?that for the At the request of Mr. Blaine the comIs it riKht tho qucs ion. as It has been f usves ed. no th t. for year a ter year, until it el'rabs near- mittee investigat ng his case aduuirned doubt, to jour minds aiready, why is it, ir tho ly a qunrter of a century one clas of the from Saturday. Juno ICth. io the foltariff be mcju u, and .r the.o be co lected of people, excludms-- nil other clas-e- s sha 1 conlowing Monday, in consetju nco of the Kvoiiue more than thc Goverument ought to trol public a'aira? iCrl sor-'No.In collect, why is it that the remedy has not a chance. absence of his colleagues, Messrs. Halo been furnished by the Itepublican party ion? When the remidy of tho popl' is of Com- and Frye. On Sunday, June 11th. Mr. houe. the opo. (Great applauto) Win you tell me of mons, tho people's or resolutionHouse express by action shall any greater delect taere can be in Kevenue as Blaine sank down on thu church steps, with administrative laws than trtat to neg ect, nrtt of a L t o qu U dissatisfaction is emphatically donea'Tairs Ad- complaining of a pa n in hs head, and soon as thay the" ities of .aw which coi ecu from tho people goe revenues of tho Government? Here, then the ministration truly out, and a new set of men saying he was afraid he had a sunis ropre-entinthe people crnie In and n concession made by a Treat party that tho take their place. (Applause ) With us and stroke. On Monday, Jun j 12, the comlaws under which we hao been living are not under our sytem of Government and under mittee met and dismissed the witnesses equal in their intiuencc and bear.ny upon all the remedy is Thit the people. Why, men. if so many ears navo the Constitution to the tropic different.fourth for tivo weeks ou account of Mr. remedy comes evry roJed by when the llepuOI can party has had year. Then every fourth year the people Blaine'b illness. On the power to (rrant the reform have they nut have to consider whificror not there ought 13th, Mr. Blaine sent Tuesdar, Juno the following dismade the reform Applauc.) to be a change, and if they conclude And when they concede that the Kevenue there ought to be n change for any consider- patch: Jaws now briny into the Treasury more reve- ation whatever, tb-- n undor the Constitution Eooe-n- e II U.K. Cincinnati, Ohio: I am ennue than tho Government requires. 1 ask the thev vote for a change. (Applause.) tirely eontaloscent. suJe trora physsame question: Why haven't they put a hand tv is provided for in the ical weakness. Impicss lngonlymy friends Mhv. this upon to that evil Ion? asro ' (Applau?c And when Const. tuton iteK, and when wo vote, either the debt or gratitude 1 feel tor the unpar-oltec- t J consider the question before you to continue tbo party in power a steadfastui S3 with vhethcr there ourht to bo a change in the chansr'. It is in nuruinr of tbo rto make posIbilitIes adhored to me in my hour ofwhich they hate trial administration and management of public u'lowed by tho Constitution itself. Then what J. G. Blaise. affairs, is it not cry prominent to your ob- do vou say. on .rut there now to be a change? Mr. Haeswas nominated by the Naservation that this pany now admits that for (Cries of."Ves ") long years that crious obeciions have exist( omention June 16, Think you it will be Itmty bo beted in the Kevenue laws, and yot they have ter: I don't know, but worse? be better: it can tional Republican it may and on the Monday following, June 1!', provided no remedy (Applause.) not bo worse. (Appause. it ii tiie simplest My fellow citi '.ens. have j ou stopped to Mr. Biaine made a ratification speech remedy that is given to man. ItiSaremo-lhow much above tho ne.ds ot the Gov- suggevict by Heaven. If conies ernment the revenues collected have been. I ui on any member of your famhy, an 1 the in Washingtor. As the date for the return your attention to the mos.-as-o of Presi- doctor Cvou have trusted for long years, who assembling of tho Committee of Invesdent Arthur but two years ago. meshas vli'ed your bouse in many a porio-- l of tigation approached Mr. Blaine's health sage he admonished Conres thatin that onco before great delicacy, if indeed he he had said to them that the excess cf revo-nu- o that is on hand now from treats thu case failed vapidly, and at 1:30 p. in., Tuesday to rtatr aboic tho needs of the economical ad- from week lo week, and there comes n iand day, June 27, he left Washington by reministration of the uo vcrnuicnt w ould require turning strength, no health-blii-- h upon tho a special car for his home in Augusta. them to consider what legislation wo-- ld re- cneeK, out tno memneror vour ramiiyoin-tinue- s lieve tho energies and the enterprises the go on On the same day Messrs. Fisher and to and decinc will country of such unnecessary burdens. of(Ap- and say: decline certniniy. I will not cnante. Mulligan arrived in Washington to con"Why, plause.) In that same message the Presi- for this is my old doctor. Whv shall I hied t A d patch Io dent informed Congress and tho enin.rv It? Shall J consider the fact that there is no tinue their testimony. that the excess or revenue above tho de- rcturnin health and shnll 1 call in this yoing the Boston Ileralt of that dale, says mands of wjae and economical administration me neigiiDornoou ana try mm ro. "They were greatly annoyed at be ng " whs at the rate o: luO.(M).uw to J.Ujaj, Oj a aocior ot a year. 1 shad not stop o read the lantruagu no, le- us tr t on hs 'tis.way in rspcf to dot.i tied nnttl 1 ricl.ir. to wliiall tlftto the Vou don do that ot the PreIuont. Jt ii Jtnoiro. uo dviubt to tricn dimtIo and of the a linnort.iui-- ir. ,committTirifiirnrrd.,T yonrnrwl . It, - woa-th- c most of uuormous sum nlrsor Ooverti- The special car in which Mr. Lla'no or IW.io0,COO a year. A corrcctlou wai a$Ised yourself isThen.whcn in it ourht to bo. wl at mont it not by him to remoJy the ovil, and was the cor- will you say' as troll zs come to cast your traveled went direct to Augusta, so that Whf-you rection mader Time wen on. and a mndinca-tio- ba lot, shall it bo to continue thamo party lie was not seen at New York or Boston or the law was agreed to, and on the 3d in power, or h ill it be to, assist nature s re oi .March, lsKl. that raoxiincatiun a chance Some g"n"cman en route. He readied home Wednes But Itre'uccd the volume or revenue but a suit csts thit we (Applnus.)'ly lie cuuuted o it may p'sl ay, a 1 percent., a very tma 1 per cent com-ptr- xtruln. Gentlemen fiereis no dnnerot tbnt. wrote June J8, and that very night fir the following urgent letter to with tbo recommen a ion ihat hud Or a the men In this co'intry. the honest It wen made by tho Tana Lo.nm ssiou acta. publ c ns ro the mnt tired or that. Mr. Fisher, wh'ch is bore published for tension of Conyr ss before so t at at i.he next one or tvio more qLcOons u-the the time, tho italics being Mr. season of Coiurers the o tue to be a that there Bla no's: Trea ury ftdvuei Co.ign.ss iu.- taeexc Si o an 1 am dot". In itsou'it o m t.o chan plat ItcntiU the rev nueabi e Ue nc U o tho u .vrn ctn panv declares as lollops: m nt eco oiuicuily admin Mer d was bill th re toration ot our nary 'Wed tn.in.l 31 1 Devn M. P h n: I want to see you htei-- an I to-ija) vWj a yeur o.Oju.0 o l.i e.ve-- S of L o jers) to t 'd-- t me strc igth." ft theio ts 'us as much as bc'ore ou wen to Waliin co tof ecouotn.cal airainUtnt-uu- . ton You ean omo Ms n at half pan any i'ua' ty In oluic that 1 almire ni r nd tue fctc- - tary, la :roug mni-iue- , Coneuid wHrtit f tou do and th n n y other It aid whn th two ve ottgb return the sama to gress: -- ji. still nns es u.onu whu. to I wonl I p-o ublicin party es r s that t dpmipdg 'e siro t ha o vou stav tion w.ll rei ore tho eop o of th.s uucccoa-Bar- y y t ray h hc. t Gone direct a on orour nnvf. lrom ho'-- n t e I ' say to buraen of tax i o u hy. the av i e n in t owe 'h.nk. iw imponan mad me as for now! you ihattba pie t II,u.y st-s-. It presses-- ni io "en ea un 1 trrad in ly m th year tne to ee y hi. one this woea. Don't fail. wun tne wcUt of year o.ai Come to niorrew ir posiiblo. uj come xn.l gon" tho ahatdisi peir-U) fee o xK th j jwopie. kep t.roi the pocic-tio- l whl e J.G. Btv'st. fio n the nc a i. (Appau c.i Alt from tho channels oi trade and or oo.ua erco. thv have been in ioer. They 'hs conhave Tit's letter protty clearly in Mcates 1 1 koitun.ll the Lusncssof constr.KUn-iiddi-ntrol d t ire ot thi money. Ht the maiady of which Mr. 11 e oi vnulto undir tbj Ure JOr has been to 'earea-- r ivn ot en1- - r.tcVow. ir thereof the ict.m A d!spac:i to the tne was a po n' tjn. so iba., uiy r o v citizens u t Nhw for twe-ita Bniou Ue-al- tl, pariy tha has e tup a the s!ifu de.sot lb le locn.t , ecata y or heXav.ail rai he it dated Augiist:i, Thnrs lay. Juno U.C bjrd n of lnuev.v.-- a y a u I a d in n cnou h nun 1 itoi d unde s'an I B met.ires an ouuting to ,o a jear thisNn-- u ce "'oo' h"ro od'elov wodj A. says tliat Mr. Blaine su cred no Et.uieiimes nraouii.ing io tiu,im, w h ytwr, Rn n r'S ra io t o" our nary ' k tiut when nrous by his ournov, and - to iil uga.n a oajtin,Udi (Sk ,h.i) u yeir. the been n pow- - a ' rtie tne s . is ua.o .hay a n. h. to the ucttio t the lvj th v m ko h- - 'loai n 1 of wile Ives, was t ten en'oying the rest and freedom hems Amencan pe p o a rou.m..a .Osj oi tue.r o.k-- and tii nk on Ii o anond rom clement he so much needed. t i legi-aie- .o ,Creoi loury.ij Do vou notito t o f one r r to Iu ulm o' r. Hili, his family t continued: ago the tl- - e in be country ere coiuuara-tie- ) "tiziteiil n: ".ho es oratio t of part nav.-t- the the jitod. Men who i aa products or I. o it od ttnes'r.'t.t'i. 1 rorol eot th' timo phy ici'in, says there is no organ c land Ursaecou deasiy ci.i imiad ready and whp'i an Ati'triiin ub eC who had cone lo trouble, but that the nervous p tstra-tion- , la.r ri ts. lalor re 'eiedieaonabierewa .. ur c untry nn I dn.lii'0.1 hi in'CiUion to complicated with malarial effect-"- . mi the icnen.au and enten rises o the coun- make our coantry his ho.tt and his el-'in- , try were. c wjn.tbl proierou , an i so t ie tetuyed to nirone. In tno h more severe than he hid calculated aid utoms-aitoyoaandtume. etvtcll city of ha wa mi zed upon and enrr o I roti what ho ha I read of the case. He enough a oue, and w ctiU d not auswer tha on hoar! of an n : and ti en it Bliort but powerful argument. Let weil was that an American SKoo-of-wlying in has adopcd a carefu line of treatment, enough a!o: e. tacy said. Lio tney use that the same hirbor tn neI her cuts i pon prescribing abso ute rest, even for nrgumeutnow ey sa . to you and me the Aiim nan sh p anl Informed tho Camu.n Mr. Biaine wr wq a lelLr. He "Let we 1 enough alone' ' bit wheat is the .t was tu put osta upon vo filty cenia a bushel less than It was four years thatAustnai sh n houl I gn tho land again or ghes him noassurauce that he will ' o n b ago; when labor eccus employment olten-tiuie- s Whv, u oso we-- e tho days of the a le to take any part in the pending without unding it, a id, when fount. It o strength o' our navy. (Appause is at a reduced compensation (applause), Whv that occurred in a Demosra'is Adrat lis campaign." when all the enterprises of the country are tratio l. (Applause ) It was in Fran din This was on Thursday, and yet the more or less Impeded, hindered. dciaed; Pierce's Adminl-.trat.aapplause and it wai following 1 tter. written two days later, when IndU idual prosperity is cut short; "they inliVI that was tg don't then cone to you with the argument: it statesmanship in trying to break down the shows that Mr. Blaine knew better Let we.l enough alone." Now it is tho oppo- Catholics and loioigners in this country. (Ap- w at med cine ho wanted than his site argument. 'I hope plabavetoseexrtell plause.) enough. It Is not hero now. There are I am in favor of rouorlng the American a roily physician. Here, too, the italLs hard times upon the country, and the man navy, and the first step toward restori.ig Mr. I3.aine's own: who has to address the people should do t American n vy to i s ongiaal strength isthe arc to IPrivateJ with the hope or suggesting some ren.edy piace the Democratic pany In power again. " AUGUSTA, SATUUUAT EVKjrTXO, ) that will gt o better times in the future. (Ap- (Applause.) Tnere is n i u"e in trying to ro July 1. 1K76. f plause.) When times aro not ts good as they store the navy when you have the Kobcsons "My Dear Mr. Fiher: I write from my sick ought to be, when they are very hard indeed: for Secretaries of the .Navy. (Laughter.) It I want very tho argument U: Lettaerebea change, thai can not, be done. KIch as the American pco bed. sorry you did much to see you. I am come to Washington very UniC8 may be better. (Applause.) And I pie are, they can not regions tho navy with when I requested. not Can't vou come to Authink that argument ought to have great such secretaries. of a weight at a tune that a political party con- sta2gcr they can (Laughter.) What tort sent gusta by train Monday? The express train make under tinues in the co lection or S3ajO,i.X) u year regime I don't know. There is a tho pr the leaves Kas'ern Station at nine o'clock, reachman by at the afternoon. Vou mo re than the Gocrnmentdnt name of Chandler, who, if you c ook your ing herotbo lour In evenlnc. Or. if you can iai. tamo rUlUSO.) Let f,Nr.O0u.JO) remain In th can't return rhn.- finger at him, takes offense a out it. on tho nine o'c OLk re.s of trade, who can tell how much enter1 bMieve there was a I for- come that leaves nt twelvo ortrain, there is a half-pagot Its name "Tallapoosa.") Ah. train and gets hero about eizht In tho twelve iTe anu outness wosia De employment evennow readily labor would find stimulated and tho Tallapoosa iA volte. Einco quit had long at its proten-s.onso- f (noon) Ton cao ght. (o ood compensation. (Applause.) ing. nghting any foreign power whatever. co ne ouickly. return tho same none. But Say nothing toany me quesuonvu, then, what icmedydothe (Laughter.) It bad Yours sincerely, Democracy suggest As a matter of course humble instrument come to bo a meek and do come. to tbo pleasure ot the of"J. O. Ilr.WME. tney ao not como beforertho lntetllxcm e of ficials or the country in soiling upanddotrn ("Seo ovor.) Important to iou as icell a$ mu-st- if uie American people witnout suggesungMmo tbocoar, and notiong since itca no in conVeru." that wot. eome. rKiuvuy iium uiis excess ot taxation. At the flict with a sailing craft. Oh. but (On other side of the sheet.) jrrcat convention held at Chicago a platform day for tho Tullapooia (laughter.) it was a bod for tbo lit"Don't let any human being except yonr "was adopted, and candidates for I'liwdnnf tle sailing cralt wont into her, and she went and were placed upon that down. (Laug'itei.) And how tho Secretary wife know that you aro co nlng cVjjjvn. Hut do do not uiuuurin. .anu accepting tno position upon and his otilcials have been making their trips not fall to como whatever yon do, come." the platiorm they stand pledged to .he Amer- up and down the coast sinco tuat time I don t faiL You will regret it if you don't ican people to make that platform good. (Ap- know. (Laughter.) Cou'd anything be more ab ect in its plause.) lint I tell you what I want. Iwanttosoo pleading than this? But it was not tho Now, my fellow-citizentho question preAmerican navy restored so that no foreign last of this remarKablo series of letters. sents itself to you for fair consideration, for power put any just decision, what is the platrorm or tho De- m theshall dare to Ireland American citizens On tho following day ho wroto again as jails of (great mocracy? Have they offered to us a remedy? whether his namo be ilcSweoaey applause), or sotic And to that questiou I now call your attenname. 1 think the way to bates follows: tion. If your Judgment does not nDSrovo other is to have a party best navy Dear in power that will "Sunday Evening. July 2. 1ST6.-- My what the Democracv champions, butifyour build n navy up honestly, economically and bavo not startol when Judgment approves something olso, then Uo well, and the say to the nat ons of tue earth: Mr. Fisher; I you pray you leave for AuI this reaches candidates representing the platform of tho Vo stand by the doctrines established In gusta at on you, am very sick, but I know 'e. I Democracy cannot uskyour support. (Ap- Pierce's Administration, by that groat man what I am ta'klng a out, and itfs large y for plause.) William L. JIarcy, which asserted for Ameri WoursiAetA t dedre to see pott, and to seo But, my fellow-citlzenif the platform does cans that bo who declares his intention to you at onco. Don't delay; it may be too command the approval of your judgment and a citizen shall by Ameriyour conscience, then. IndeeJ, mav the can- can power ab around bo protected(Applause.) late. Don't refuse a sick man. "J. G. B. the wor.d. didates a ppeal for your su pport. Now, my fo:iow-cit- l ens, there is "You can go back J'lrst. that platform, on tto subject of rov- - mora subject to which 1 want to call but ono hour wll do here. on return train. Ono atCotio directly to my nue reform, dec.ares: "Wo demand that Fed tention. It is in ono of the resolutionsyour the house. of go to hotol." eral taxation snau do exclusively for public Kopubdcan platform. purposes. Can anv one read these letters urgWho demands otherwise tuat 1 hat is the duty of you and I and all the people of tno country enact such laws asitshad promptly Congress to ing, beseeching, and furtively th'oitea-in- g and effoct-uab- y shall be tuxed for what lor public purposes: suppress the system of polygamy within Mr. Fisher, and not seo into tlio for such purposes as it is tho buslnossof the the Torr.tones." Government to carry on. I think you will years since. In sub- very heart of Mr. Blaine's disease.' Itisnow twenty-fiv-e not question that propoMton. stantially tho same form, that was Second, "Jho taxes sha.l not exceed the announced by the itepublican resolution their The investigation was nly delated by party a. Uveas of the Government economical.y ad- National Convention. Sinco then it has re- his sickness it was not abandoned. He (Ai plause.) What say you to peated its own obligation ministered.' that polyg- felt then that he could t ot walk out that Ibeio shad bo no mora tnvns colioout amy was brought to an to 1 end. How than tho Oovcrnment oconom.caly admmis- - Twent-dv- e years asn It was proclaimedis asit? from his sick rtnm a wel man tint the a terea coos require. (Appiauso.t The Demo- remnant of barbarism. Now. if you visit tho ter or of Mul igan s and Fiber's knowlcratic party is jnoJged to roviso tho tariff in Tcir.toncs. y m flud po.ygamy stronger In edge against Inm was removed. He the spirit of fairness to nil interest. That is Ctah than evor before. the itepubthe languago or tbo platform that tho tariff lican party is capable Kutif 6inccro on knew Fisher was a man with n tender and shall be revised in tho spirit of fairness to- this subject, why ha3 polygamy heait, knew how to flatter wards all the interests of tho country. Any been sup ressed long ago? If it intendsno. Mrs. and he als to Fisher, who had the stronger will change of the law must bo In every step tlo thl- - and can do it, why is It that polygamy of the labor and capital Invested. is stronger y Onlv ono familiar with than It day of tho two (Applause.) That Is so plain 1 will not stop before? A year ago I badhas been any visit Mr. occasion to Fisher's chara ter and surroundings to it. All taxation shall be limited to tho Territory of Monta-ia- , On there u remonts OT economic ii Government. passed through Southern Utah, my return I can fully appreciate tho xorco i Mr. And last, the highest axes saaii be upon tbo ing, pert aps. a distanc or Eovt-- thus travel- 1 la ne's letter, and how they appcalet huud cd ' Jur Uie liguiest taxation upon the i. lis no.Ui and south, and I wa i.stonl hoi to his k'ndy nature. But Mull.gan, ; a e'. Appau c to tea now, i T.iai. irenti'eiu n. is the p at'orm anJ uooa yeaiB a o. a insteal of wba s'- siwte en and not Fisher, hUl the letters. e untry Uen 1 led. wi i tint jla fo .ii a in gh.y i a we Kul Iva ed - honor p vded itiyou T tuat 8iau son i s cf hus an iry blah sa d.t I t.o Jmpicinen s iittf r t 1 wo know of m tnis too trd. It conn mower. tbi Sevmonr. of Few e , eaiiiiJiitoMun.i coin nit nly to inwill needs: t.on of nil In hIiii ry: Win atLo i?j I supplied Tor'-- , I Lo I ir-t- , rea r. id idanco " O he aatio tfrh. is not in the best of health thi c o' emui.it ulc.iily adm iiii- - nni Unl hi ho ht.idunj .j.lag s nn I te. iciea; aecoua t.ix-.t- i c suali be for public wiion'l et any oae 1 wa3 t Id tnat here n.id tcason, but the inlirmiiias of ag in no putpo es ouly; third. In the adjustment of the there there was a faonU- - in which wise impairthe vigor of his Democratic tart I due regard and great care shall bo taken that strange vice goTernoi jiolygamy. And f toe basineM lBterests of the country; and, it occurred to mo that now tho political prineiples'dr the strength of Ida laith in iurUtfcAlebet rate f taxacioa fitaUbe party that baa to deal with polygamy In that a Democratic November. TH03IAS A. EENDEICKS. g,fcrj ATIX ac"H"E TJJW- - fAp-p.au- sc tu-tlo- t ed t-- f y. s-and Fishc o-- a y - . -- ...... i ot-s- -- i u tMo nh con-temp- la 1 lf oe-le- i Ln-gint- vl -- g po-ibi- l con-Eid- er u nn'-matt- d. eJ 1 ut on rrt - . 1 nu mti-Iest- r-'- o te-'"t- tn t t;ui-stio- i ae o-- d epe 1 . 1 set-bac- a. e i-- cr c . Au-tna- ee ar loi id-di- -- n i Know-Nothmir.s- m e st Vice-Preside- to be-co- D-.- ito-o(cr- s-- -o to-da- ai-cu- ss L iianj n - p-r- cy fr a o.-ltb- contains tho Dlktln;u.lteil forvo - cotitMl. ..-- t. wib meant for tho - .. feeble. per-Jw-st . a e - : it-r IVIiy the Plumed Knlglit Is Not a lot tt.c poor, mr'iib rar.oruy. ana not tor 1110 THAT IICS PAS1R0 iir.v tna or ty. (theers.i Iberefore. whenever Pit Person for tbo Presidency. Thatlmsgne ad t KPQiposed by one par-- you llnd a party forgetting thi grcxt princiiy 10 c 11 in jo cull ""uwaiij periictua. y ple, whonover you shall Und a man rotting to banish It. Aro ou prepared rorth t 'lake bloisolf up fur to day ti e condition of bur.'agrleuitural Inter-o-i- t. pu ilio 6U Jrage, tba pubic snd claiming tho xvho forgets this principle, I kt.ow to uay bsforo who n I stn-v- l. There was a grand gathering of tho soal of condomnaton upon it, or You, ih gro t in anJtraan r ors ot the set your if you do not you xvlll have ao him, for Dreo.raey of Cook County, atCh cago. country's wca'"i, la 'e S3,aiycli ass stance to t d a doct-in- o that is bound to bo fatal ; on the evening of tho 13th. The principal 11 n rn ir nrn .licrt wafarl nmni cli 11 ,a ..yroB'.taX.i.Vi. c '.: -- "Per.ies as tney were intended to 411 speech was delivoicd by Senator Bayard, ir!"-.- ..'i --f W 'Vi 1'.Vt.'r:d: bo focuroa. lApniausa) No man resnects Wi '."" than I Hi? p.tnotio feeling that and is here substantially given: ii W5 i man r5- n etieanng nim who con- graaar.es to- - ay. 11 the o swentiously Gbktiekk.n: I hope that tho crwpled voice ""''-v-ni- s pr .nclnt 'S out. carried may n it inter- u nuiitjf ui nut' l ra"tJttci.an rM'it n iiii ...!-:- r. -- A... ,.A.iHnthoio tuM that I bring with mo ought was lvtinntvinciuacsscino--fere with the communication that I bate to nois that has ra. I thefntrnJr.tho money that i llItlVJL.' OIUll" CUlJilULC tuui Thoy kmw. ;;jUoa'JittlffCDpnhlo mce urto ilo so. (Aonlutise nt "BsfWbrsn ' mao to you respecting sothat inwh.cb your it COSt hill to P utV.rtS? (ADtHftUK&l I r tr thoyj.ro hcirabcjyaljalV plcaA-Ood- .' rcTJr aeison-in-i- ne "rtSsiroiva-li)USiadopt any other rule -- l moan tho t.oxoux)E that-tlarge aU that quotn.n share and your estate ori tiotv to rtlgttt (Cbcorl"". They know tnat ent generation! ifheer.) LooiC. ou.'J ce. io trratc hl a goxernment or wneat ra sad ii UioTrW Lil Vi 111 nois that gralnaliy. insidiously, but practically nnd ' I hesrorxnu. Then in an oli bit, d ne aiid tho wuitn o JUiijtJlft,gPj.d gov wrl inn c"" Il5Sc8 wx win a ways have. tongue ,cMuncni.ortui6 denr'raitaTTr ours, in wnlcn wf!l Fell for tho nbnev that It y. powers of the American long ago fifvii enterprise, iho vior. tue .l a . . that is no cawed uead. V.1''8.out that of of feMbej-tieChicago shines so urigbtly. hoieiul success cost the farmer n ti proipco yif v oj inut tru tio grett been t ken in hand, havo ' ..oppose in .uc.inniag it was xvise .Derore found inn r incoLiid dot,n lbnl Dundreary. tnj have toiei.-say that the o .s of Hut, although loc toca.l that a been t anJ can exe-clehave for p"r- - (biisi came nu earth, it is wke today, uy i have not been speaking to the cit ens of satisfactory con lition of tu ngs ob contin- s nal conttollcd. class been for party gain, sincerely and atfectionately I warn you. and etL ,r' 1JlwT,aoc, I decide my trains for gains, ' ",0f, !",?: lll.no s. 1 hae b on spetiicin.r for the citi. oas ued a do tnwirl market anl may I that, before counto men. oppoe tlio beginning of the,e ""S thcra is o. H.luoU cheers); lor al. over thil '' J pans) hereon m iment 1 asc yhy 13 th s? aid America the crime of beers) pariv seo 1 h? nl liiere ?"a JJ?')r.K;'?a, m.arlctmnvy doct ines befor.- tho dreadful Una.ity shah be justnzhK. And rarty tlmnk God, there runs ono common purpose it cert 'inly Is from the o unpetit 03 f pr eos the ult of it peopleparty behexod that tho beiorovou (Cheers) re tne to takeaway these rural. Wo V at that, am sure, nils the mind and the heart of Itiere certainly is so ne place whte the n rr greit oud of a pol t cal orirn t on Is the Now us to tho other power of taxation. to B hwi"p 1! the great majority tho vast minority of the cutturist has the rate at wtfen tie n sell his govern tne count y in tr.e in erests or thut None is m re inr reaching. None of us poil ShVK u. dot ar thnt American people. 1 mean tho welfare, the crops fixed and where iitfiat? It Is ot in the party, in the inter eta not ut de - the law-- h party or not. xe oo not know s, to se-s- e honor, tho g.ory or our cotnmo i country. United Sure. It is tn .Mark ane tirLondon. plea e OTtam men and c of inalvnlua nnd bi 'o neeus demanj ir '! ,clTens ,f- ""T riihU- .f1 from rtaln ela so3. iihecr-Wo maybe kept apart in oureii-dero,Vs If thf ro be anv Inte.l gent bro er ana pnbn-bl- neie I not xvith an eve single to the fact that T. at is the coitd.uon of our cit.zens iip: sucn I5:? "f ? ;c ". "s ln1i'u,b . ors to succor this there are liun.Ue u who vidlt the t ,1Ic, a01 hl E Upon gri't cu.ie Mitunaer-standin-s they is the ultimate exo cseoi this ptiwertimd yet awlo'Vn t i' dodged. (Appause.) a great tru-t- , toxvhlh the may blind u M the e ort each or thisBreat,throbjInge ty, wintd e and held least p easiig of the r dumb tl the io Itical weanowth.titiswtUintheconmatKloft the other; bu i am sure that, lot the light hi iilackb'.ari te hi 11 as he Iooks at i opponents hts as good a to call on voters if this co.ii.try to restrain and pun s . 2ny e0U'','eSe.1' i ta r,llou'ut lhalr S to shlue upon the ti.lnds tnd tue i.enrta of What doe- - he comnuiut atato Ins faecir or to th m for his sharo ot benetils as their it tin u'textrcse To duv I simtn nf thn by day it Is th trice of iheAmoricn people mat tu y can compre-h- thetiruier tannhe land most powerful friend. They his dubbed a id which party or wh.cn man i. tueaie,t win at, the price of gram, flxe I by telontpli 1 nlcttred not inn. at ,1" 1 think o: wouldtriends. is as funny to Bre trustees, but they are adminltorinT the be almost i.liu it 'our ii struraont lor the Nat.o ml ha iplne.S', and ie report irom the city of I onion .Upon trust for tne Mnent or tne trustee, anu not lulsc the ccud ,im' c1' .vourdistingmshed son or Illinois a staies- Merest- - thea iit"tl of i bf uo prloe of us for the beneflcinrk inten ld. iCbeers.i They of tlie bet lg p ai-e-l tl e e wipolitical que-tio- n unemoloxl poer i( our rUoernnK'iit. that, tberolore tn on the mirsec tne sirp in the niej in toe ioretgn iue prise haxe taken possesion of the fun. 1. ami if (Applause.) l.can o.tly be by the mi lor the domes: c prolate depn It t r you will pardon the lather snoppNh expres- hair t rimi-t- to mu most or tho nine. I sa d It 'JL U K t? JZ'ftXf ?l ot the maay. or the mit,ovvrna.eut what he shall se.t even Tn this comtry. sion -- for 1 am a member of the t ar. and was because It was tue. In sacli astateor uings "'?ftVat..t.h"i IZ?1 P.eT recognized Now, I sav that this decline is tr.mi cqn peand intklel ty of thj coiiutp' that ihe great pur-- p a kind or a lawyer, before I foruot it a 1 nstnat,wy slituid one huedred nnd odl 0 .a.vjocssa.p- - tti What loliowa ses ot this (Jovurnmeiit can iMissibly te tit Ion. Comp-titkimy frsd'. w&oii' in Conares laughter they are uxocuting nnlionsof tnoi.cv be taken from me Dotkets cas,a etiieredti la!I into pervert-ioaud misuse. Compe'itiou wit tho e who se I their Mieat his tru:" tor their own benefit, regard :est of of J'"3' x e men I ntn sure that, w in mi v ur, much or .be in rltntry with the American nerohant ottbe a I term, and 1 pnipo:e to call them into mandon ttieoaitof nubl.c neceo-it- v Tor iu ni rrowi.e, lnuoh ot tne unchnnty. much of American farmer in marts!? e vtedor lolour cou it to nave n new trustee appointed anl t!?0'' not ."" U ry s it. the bitter .e-- or po i i al uetisio.t win own. vxeha e o cou .uclotltttrairsiha. tterj compel the ii to account for tumr transac- notuniti-- t' us go right has a man to do th.sj Iroiti it. l only trust "We wor that as 1 It n thing to exp rt from Uie ro mtry worth tions it trustees. (Cneers, anl a 1 to that whK n made uie I I en I, leaving tht Lcktiii. so flift Lau 'bte an i app aue) Let dratLs ujon the mivate in e.ery imtu's (.peakiiKrof but .he natural production ofour a c.Cve-n.ne.hou?d lorthe tay we n u t m ml that loiIH ig sum ler than the go d or sod. Corn no export in suroiu: wheat unJ wilbether"what 1 mean by tins. '1 hey could or t. be me llltigtra'e centryThe u wholf country. notul tul.fkt.tani lie guoJ, oats and rte ve ,'ctni"e r!nJ,trt in sun us petroleM n VW; a titter representative of the Ee'up w sut fair, e uai guermueut of our fatUtis. we export ii u. exixirt tbsa co ne fie eft not have ehotenhave refcrre lto t ian the man pa?t says, an I I bellsve there are hosts of ?callwal and principle that 1 " tUe PPte is the otije. t and t)w n iM.ou that ton ot the Southc-rStates fctt w? export to they have c ioen to be tor as Pros deu seasib e ami worthy ltepubheans who say, "lcn brings nw ere oovsRNMExr or member.:. (Ct.eera.1 S'ipp'y fore kb demand, and that make, moie of the CnieJ tates. iAnnlaun3.i He suits thattbeie taxoi un-- e g lis .if ourexeorts a deun.tion ot health ,s th in tv tits uuiu luc wmuvricj. vuiiicaivuui.iiiio And een them exactly. jLnughterand anplau. 'f h re Mttfil, WE RCOnCFt) to see 11 vanquls .ed par-an- d Dooplo. never tne etimc.ty io resist di eae. Ror.i iut the other cxp r do 'they co ii t off is not In the country a mni more adroit, Uiat there sh benosuchihlngnsaclol- - ty i,, lh la country,wisa therefore, wedo need and, n a ma this world, we ll.id it tllle.1 w.th lio-a- i o and Why. you can whose whole career, from the time he plo trdrunfromtheipoc.tetsofthcpe carrythat tbntcauioiu Mlcavhich sha I male this I to weilasbie-s.nsatiar-ad.erse ivvnc.es. ai 1 Congres"to the pres T ey supur proliets adv tnce nt day. mor tho not need to Government on e,n-on- t ihe property or. by. and tor the pe port; biitiioiu tb cradle to tue gra.u Wie 6uch a stage as they are tnte I for oughty illutra-e- s the evil doctrine which ala.r. .leew.i S and Mr ltlainefoil and Abraiaoi pujs.cul sj siom ot meu is assailed by advcrVj inanufactu e, nn 1 w,.e.i5 atlrunet-to I denounce than does James G. Bluine. iw ;ust the Kepulcan party hat is the nttl- pl4) RJ i aniei xeb-te- r tudeor 11 n tue a.r, Liicoin arier him. Jtstioe U ono uinuoncoo of disease tnat lhac sur- tho c mditio 1 of n e they aiy brouaut back Ch'O'S) oniblst-ubvctiIt; tins net left us in daubt. thing: oii.tl one h.ng. Iniquity l.o over round our movement, that bring ut to ihe in coniititlon xrith our inanu actures here. 1 have spikon of the gn'flt powers of GovAbout four monthi ago wh.le bed ot sickness, and often and tinully to that (Apoause.i We. my fne l are i'n.tinr ernment. Now, bo it not forgotten that the excursion winch hnS'sorond ofhe xvas on ihat th0 ,.4Ceof his earth, a. at was tno divine going upo- n- docree. (jur.uws were n t Intended 10 of death. Wluit is It is the caput i y upor a rule that wilt nableusto wll foren-.li- , al powe of g ivernment are as g oat and iippluu6e-- he tor xotes-tiugCIX.ase these i. e jua ittes. i I ey w ere intend-lathe cuMbility. to resist these adverse and e sh on y. T.iatcau no" continue. V ami strong in 11 llep'itu cas in any other form x iewj in a letter to the editor or down hia tt c: the w eat from the strong, our Ana so. let me curry the simile to tbo is n"t sa o a one: cjwtmeree is ex of gox'ernment. As vast, ra strong, as brave a I'nilaJelpltia pne-- . in wb en hi lotind a fca to pr nent must be evecu el by men. What body politic Wnat is tno heuitu ot tne Na- ohaig: com nercais I itereoeie: roniinwee askkdl uily hand er! as any upon whom the cove. n Blum p .tent for rewardine the jieople band- - ,s the u-- e of accepting a proJiUsory note if bat is the hnuith of tne community, isiriving what one man rH.esln exehanv. tor sun shines tion? If we want a navy now do (lotugh er. Ho you know , Htu exer be iuttt No conreja-geiier- o moral, ;ib sic tl and political Is it not tlie what nnotlier man nis s. ant tie tie 1 tl once not laugh. down.of ou. when I mention thu somelv with tlie.r on funds, isly. I beg lsly an I mcnn iimo and in a capacity of the coounuiii.y to on llo without honcs-- tt m to fa t that exof mnmerce oonsis the momi. wor I navy to an American ear. (loiughter.) 1 eroug iy ci antaHe s.a vsmanime propod- - tv LavfNation, can gel along go to --t o xvmd. Hlld conso.euce w 1 poi.tie.il. physical dU asts that tlireateu us change or the su ertluiUes tsa to the was sn nsc to say If you will p"rln the t.on. proDOsed not t. lower one cent or tae iow stands ihe canddateo. tue i epubllcan bappmci. und. indeed. attacK lis very life' patty that eon tu ts it N'nfltn can grow if we want a navy we have got to tie tax. to gather it all in. and when ho had pnyr ir I eciallsky ihat B.alne isunwoithv, NuiKins are subject to disease. '1 ne quis. on ricn on what mi is his customers. Anplatis' up the eo daughter an I applause xvhat he f si,ail call hnn to the stunt toprovo it. Ir no is. Is there a rvcupera io power mm cah No man cm maintain tiade who does not do If we .tn tu navy we inii't have the power to go. all be wanted to his pnrty. he enabie them to throw oo" thoe duiiKeinusm-buemesau- d some lilt f in the t brMthvi rule of "ile and rHis it, and lirst of a I we shout 1 have a man needed for himself and in and hnnd WOrd amino epithet 1 uiter is heeded; if I would call the publ.c ieaVe him to the udrmont of these whose lo bring tne body pontic tmek lot live." Wlio want 10 seN to a be gar fit to administer ft and 10 control it. i be balance back ga n to. the peopie hu.tiaces be anrea's. be will toconvicted" Who wants to pauper zc his cvtonwrs - .So ie lut j a j The oweof war and of pcice are i anu applause aobt, 'jt e speaker teeu referred to the Mulligan CONDITION Or HBALTII (Applause.) An I as great en 1 mnrbty as f au?ht with danger, w ho pa uit. had no Constitution and ) n) ar-but a nirrow mini 11 too! litehit-iliteehock Hallway bands, an.! t..e anl safety? Wl o is tne doctor, should the as a man ean not conduct than cs as traught with ho mr to a Kepubilc 111 to nt Buppo-ewra.igeinent of publid poors. uppoj wo lettercontinuing, Uttle "ityou think a man said: American Kepubl.c gr.w ill. The Ameri-ca- n ne to t.otl. withiut son' lerareuce to that t mp.f Tiie power of taxation is Jusrt as were not a peop.e. a lutnily of lepublies. a and. a4ij.lline is he lo be Uie l'r.-depuc-of the o aro not bound bv ht people. of ChrN.ii clurlty that tcMoes us o entiat ti the rue tho I'ui'ed a family of judg- United ot one man; we ate it ten b und bv tlie lile to do o o hem as we would ba e ihe n d rate as ltcsn bo totbeGo.ernmentof Great union of rcpub.ics. straight column usorui ment, Maus. wh.- then a man matter or s not MuttM, each .state a - willing y or not it inns' xvhi or a i a ty. parties und men uro but tha mere u lo us. wbeten you Hr.tain or to ltu si 1. If need ebou d come for andesentiat fortbesuportor ilugitatroor le?pect hirosettr V.m xou reapec n do wko wan 1 ifi.iu gencies tor tlie periorm itice t.r tue Lo diuw, or the trade will ceas, and the pro jt tf ey of our (" overtnnent,the preserv atkin grett duties of ktepinour eojiitry in gocwl will cease w.th it. Tbereiore, I My to you th"our system of State, for tie honor und that otvers un: wpptwe o had not been a wiM carry oeta spirited lorvgn io)lcy. but po . as imcli tini n but a unit for that is what bo would c fKilicy.' He la health. Men are but symptoais of a.s Re. that we haxe dealt 8" with ourhecus'omer. of welfare of our peopie, no Amor.can will a unit, and then he a man wh t apoordoiniw.t . a tin lemos iUeio u a ce us-t- irst we ice n Candldaus put lorui bj a party sunpiy ex- th Lett custom'tor out wheat tor ail o ir xvould pur that unit in hi cocket. i Laughter and a pas s .leki. Is he t.ot a lorry IllKC AST OBJKCTIONg the condition of the pu ty lytietn.u-uero- i rxoort". In r- - iisin to permit tnem to dna hibit . ttcrui no PjCtuie We cou'.d not e a more ludicrous men i hat they have chuwn oetib.ratct with us on such term that tier eon d supply to any taxation to any extent that shall be undHppiauM V.ny. gcn'teim-nnnd to ns Fom th ng th t the c ult make iieceear tor that i I. These are great pow- country In tht worU. however tyrannicalinuu- - r m re hnmil aumr si.hr. Xnemls aud lel- seitxted. tCueers.) An so. ie lo citiic-m. j I Ik 1 ctiea-Hovety Eurely the t.me wid tome when tho tr tn it our Ifre is no more sovereign power man man. nbiurd, unec mom.Cal tuea wa aithentter than to v Ires, and thpe er.it which com man is li.e and death 110 great- utso.ute, in xxiilch suchn precosJcrous ex"er ccunlr, l xxb j is b'c3-e- dis not toe man in this by must be made that the stream can not to p.tv enabt th the America expre .cd by a man cading . v fi or birth rule Klng-rise higher Uiau its sjurce. that the lep.vmn-taiiv- e pie be tor prK-e-- lor tvli it tbey took from ai. er pouter th mi tintt tv'ni h un sunt non you or rentu el to be . lApplauSe. juab ' t0 rui0 u to men ot t. e Amerivaii people shall bo We ha e s co dilute o rsilxv-- thut me if we be within the arms bepr.nr ae the ltiaisclimoney 6'aie-.mannwiiy 1 o'clngarou t ower ofour you h lroin a inuu uy uunuua wj.v lns or power to take tiom us tie no betier. no wor e. than tne uvopie who have been d ior oih snirf-inu.k Uod. ttiOug.i, (Cheers. etio-- e m i.oucku lus luun - vj them There es in th. ot upplv than thoie whk-f- the Amen ai an ecnJ them down 10 die ttor us a id for- a purroso anu hand it back ?aclnfc.- - cou bii'iti'rsoi thought tiieresH-nsib.I.tyo- r States nif r.le 1 the 11. Nee ly i the mot tier tl.e.r conn rr 5 laws noon a a.klunt uwciio- HKHinr "Ahy, X, . . . IH.. .d'. r "L1a" IO f eoD:oxvno -JSr each man am n unto tne . .r I i.m1. man can I'ttcsxwn tiQ na xttiMtkr l.owr .r"g"H?St Jf,.r.. w. of invention. m be noLi is. tn o Una u.mi transitT uistoreepon-ibuKy- . wuw woIh merfSattsx-atcmo- r cse. It am wl.. out their iinttejt man's bit uptfis ifcan that. There rondo htm, To Corn but nor t ticr taut. isWo are m.s- - . liiranttou. the eoisutry local 6eltb o MfnVtunc. )mvt ftMind I Htoro 80o ohrn (lower than that wnteh call the tnat bine him. to tho Oovorn Bent ihuc pro-tee- lBntonu TKesflTniust. m b m, ho tho jmt uxeju.lon of t .e inner our es 01 upp v. ami Majrara rtevewp UBon you ut iho end of your day's work at nre the Staios to be uuegian-inT- at power, mere- fJacjof 0ur lulers. We decide wbeUier ihey tv.tu g , tn f ni,llea thatwoul fit tbom toact year's labor to render up berviie stipeudianes of cent. trust rejMis. dm liita. wbiehis the ngut to cast int 'tier source t of tmy. and he Is thecoe ut lit, ItUUt ' ill nntr ivir uui "ijwvih wilftpr hind or wuuly reeptive just tiie l poruo l ol the proceeds or your pri- tiuiihnp willbunions nrr TCtdfltm Tnr ftrviiryrm i asouriu one fn.e. urdotcrrod, unexumin tl soc.vi as0K mantinthe ba 1 t fur that whtcu he be loves to tie who wl 1 stand leto-x- t tbo iVMCrtcn lamer vate labor as tje G vcru nent may choose to their own (Appluus-.- for their own locil xvho priviegeof xotirgahe pleases. 1 na e no Why, sir, tie man e I tvas born mo.-- io tv. J am an Amer.can. lit in trat fit ltd nut te d inai t fro.n y ,u for its own just ends. oonceivej Kumtuui rlbt for tho boneattif thccouuiri. t iinr.i mnr-ketwrote that 1 hee m th s mntry thow Don t. I pray iou. underrate it. oung iiim.i. rrjtradehrenwin-- , today. by are uightygrat, ucw utv pro ound.lies tho Ii nnd signed itu,ttoutrht. the nan xvho Men of aad rear.d inhave cen oyol nnd mj pco, Ie tor eittior no er had one course tba privilege of generations tiowers. In their oxetoi'o p'irtne tinder our vh cterjou may uo. whose ear my vokm I the sy e,n o' ae had uest.on or hu.nan bappine-or tiuinun the Constitution, or if a xvild, h didn't care citizcndi p I.ovothistountry. I feel that it of tn f l.i w t. with tiiriboranl tba'i reach, lortei not the r s; o.islli.'ity stud one lor it. it xvas upon nu that owe to it to re tie ion in tiiiCproe of his m scry. Ihev may b exu ted to prom no one Jot ignorant prooodtion absurd, imprac- Is a dtgii.ty of bu trust. It unty bt- - Jmt in i tlie for the cose taittnoc of nu nlerj jtur ote. und g an Indi c . .tains firjmlMrti itifihln-- i tue we. fare und mora uy and the htippiness ticable,etpecMl'y in th s country. any man to you 1distharge jour eutiea as cm ns botiest-(ma. . (Applause eo as to o. the people, or they may be feci it at there must be tome dieaJtuI yuurnt mo ie, s.mll dec .Iu iui.mty ques . oiantt ttiou-an.- i vinguiHiT lie rflt of forty h.story how cios it b.. e know-btions. She ba e a tate trout them everything that ma es life So this power of tax at.on i email is. and iiiseasoxviiib .3 jmnxvingat the vitals of tlio candidate Na.ion. I feel thai I l.ax-lec-n-. oii enough 10 No man can loot oxer tne page or 00 tntiy ii ult s in ext it, ai-- r 01 gr 111 happy, or bonorob e, or sate. How then you see bow Uie tiepubiican use it. There is no time f r mnrcss this iKCt upon yeu. Uis not to this shun d su h gr at and sacr jd potv-'rbe ued? would but tw Am new lus ury and uuce the s o.' p rod ut U mi uveywbe e, me to iliusttato the ino,uafities o.- - that mn that I spea i.tgi-nt any one in co onles few and feeble with io or eop e in hings int cultit' toaJanJ mean of In what spirit shall any niai, who tisks to be -to. II 01 jou. It is fpeuk. tr nsportat on Ui u mnr'tetslef th world mtruste 1. com before th s o er whom they exist! ng un 'er our .ate than yourgr-nthe whole ih rtc-oxouroutyanl u.y duty to cleanse the 'those are e si rented! d. X. e A me. lean arj to be exeme.lr Certainly taey are to lie tif liinoik t Jny c iiitama no man l SVSMM OP TARIFF PUTIES. State e.tn i sel nrst in the b.gh spirit of honest, next loo o- er that neid und icnevo tnui ilio char p aw onn remedy tht Toe rear t ae bin iou irust not prxe rtcrcaut to We all know that the power to Iny tuxes upon bilitlcs an J t e t,uaiit.es of tht mow r that travsri soorvastp airle. ot econo ny, next o' justice, which ba nn in. ported kc er. the prvs-ue- , was etpres-.- y gix-eto as I have. Vou haxe the same r ponsus great things iiMtinet wit.ineelg nw etor mi principle th it b n Is men ut lets they me CJon.re-vSOao coj.d bare buen und, like Mnningon Gor.e fr ui uie t...ttu n.aiij sTnd xva j asmiue. Vou. our reeponsibiii. ie andtoy.ur owe it toiourtc.f e e and ktusii an save t c arops tuose m ar. to detolo theme ve to destruction. tutt trugg e w.taout iiiip.--r meant to be or it won d not. nave boTni lugteatiy. even fa any. the success of the things ocn b u d In propoo as well at hew (Ap.dHiisp.) No-- be let usto wu'ider ihesix'a-- t g ndla t" luto IVI i.uiiiwt .a.i. of j w cmp.e iwi h thut power It Wo knort-tha- t ong no man Thev tby the Br tt b outers. They (.retucau-- e tbat be wL iCtiecrs i AnJ yet. Ait'l wuen th moneir there wa. an expretjs inhioition upon uietiov-- e do thisI jou xwll have the to be true. alt . no m ori.y. 'Ih-I are witlmeld or rm tie ii. to lay any taxes whatever vpon haxe said I believe c.ttzens, et it lie ie.i cmbered it is a (iover ment8H.il lie exse nMl in the leilovv Wbat ami g.x-cia:lways UirougtHut that vast ou; ttob9 withheld in their b5nUts from tact in history that he whs ho o i u tne Hlol your toinxvhywe sbomd haven The poop o who framed the oovcrn- hava my . i rom no party, howovor Cimtnnnder-in-Ch:eyou X'.ews as of tho Auu-nuaforces region, wnat wi I there tie t .on t pre nit the none howe .'or poor, designed one t dug at I. xveatc. 'Ihcvftire public in nature: t. ey mentthe right (o contract ofust. and t at is chanie in the Nationa Government. I hax'o si.ig e gets but ly a ma ority oi a (Cheers.) vote iu tn couti-ni'ntt.- Indan arner. who v tho individual that wheat, are public n thel adiul.t sttat on; thynro should not bo interfered with in any respect, endeavor d to impress on you the greatnesa tongreis. thani!' cents iKihef Jorh.s i ncvt.r lee. my obligations as an American f rcn itymtr thai whent n Mvrpo r less tub o in their necessi.v. un ess xve mean to and tuut if in .lliuois or in Delaware or .J.ni.ie of tbehigh oH.ee to xvhich .aires ti. I laine and citi ou so pioToundly as when 1 stan I Ikcj io than flf.y cents per bushel. When ha comes perxort thjin to ot cr than puobc ends,upon a man thou d b- li s labor make nnytuing aspires. 1 leave y u. my friontls. and liopo I tnat a proptH-- i to which the Amercan xv hen we da so. xve hx"e embarked against the election face with tap Am rica i people, meeting was heroic xxrite h.s you w II raise your mure useful than you ot ly in theirs in, le etpu ityorcit ens to larmrenn lo k forwa dwith a iy degree of that career if action which ha. toppled 100. make a plow, it anything that xva usof atnes G. ltm.ne. When I speak topersondo that Must not tho in the dus' all the Goxernmeuts Blaine 1 Uo o. speak of what 1 know discuss tl.o great pro) o.ns tha. are conuec-e- d co'rp'acenev or suts Ln.ted has seen that preceded u'. tAp efulthe Goxernmo it of tho that mm Stales ally to be true; 1 speak our country. .et cHect lm naturally ti ilisheaioa him and time e. with the by from No.v, I declare that these powers shou tl not,rood- -laxv prevent raoM 111B him to do or economy, ntd tlnx-- labor ( mu-usns to the helgnt or this greitw ar pre-enument xvhere ho could get the most selling his whHt is o ir duty At the r outof nrculttiril pu uite And Uien.whons. hate been steadily u?o I for pritate on is.d fortuem (Applause.) and let them speak for themselves; I am not and cont-idecan-Applaiise.i Thoy bavo been used by the for tlin laborer Is driven out of Hgrteu tu'al time, and ai I w or the dec ion to be here as a xvit less, It xvas not so in our Government. I read gord government. 1 t am here to pleadyou. date for the resideacy by .Mr. Itiainc. tor submit tho case Jo where 'iiusi I e no tor oeeupat.on. and on tne fourth day of neit Not'c nber. 1 kiijvv day in the liNtorv ot Great Britain again illtely that 1 shall coire InUuen-Ua- i thusovcrer wd t'io inarice.s forhitor in other bis pririto ends. iAi.pnue.) Tney have the other tnu: a prelimtnao eloc ion, forcibly ltisnot thntitxxacn.it until lsiittiut m its iv eu.ts, will taUe place iu tho btato pursuits- - Wuatisthe comlitlw foday In been us d by him for pit-t- y ends. Ho nnd his piece of msehlnoo In hnplaud themikerofa u til tho great qi.ustuin ahal Lo decUcd. I bad a riht to party xvere at one with them, 'ihey could not export it The sca.es hud t alien from lhe.r don't know what may come up in tne fuiurj ill t groit commnn-woalt- thisojuntry or other than ngrlsnl u.-- pur- hit of Ohio e become the law by his act alone, but he ey. a then, and tney xvere nottn lUni--1 g und batoH'v attract me to the people nl I linois. suits' Is it sat s aetory? knotrth&t speak is n trcd as you nre sirred, ben Inline you will know thut tho xn rds I fame in ercois, bv the sa ne feeling, and even to-- 1 av to a mast or nitoretl men. I do not xvas there. richer by pre cutm her peon o irom ii- the more, by the ecu! and picsent evcitement of bel eM there .s a man within GIVING EVERT ASSISTA.NCE tound of my have utiered to you are true. Wbonand I tae free fecutni? rpea eu ruht of contiae-- r into thecnnoidati'S and stru g e In respecter tlie vo ce tliat ha evi.-- relt o oyer expe.-t- to that his ability nnd Ingcttznty and persistence tae .aw. and tney found they Deisocrat-- c"sotparty comes w Hi, power. incy r It becomes fe-- l th pttn.sor huntr-- r o and ft e! It teveraiy; but 1 do cou d e.ection ttvmorrviw. Members ot congress bid only created n ne.v mnr-tandular.e t rust and as wl.t beclec ed, a ate ictwill be o ected, knov that, in tliti land evn la t.is rne, xxlucn suirtrest lo the pinMn.e uof those laws to one rnr 1 sliili niunuiucui.e.. Thnt was the corrupt T Isbtr be hearu niisinir my 1 the same mens 'hail t: but than. not what tje man of (Jhio leels strong e.ty or yom-- I tp, oal to the charita- great power orrorer.and ba spoken of and iM uo man cou d export do nosr. but until death, of 1 demand lie during the peaces'lort f torn Ht.g and ny uiamir.ietiiied mac Inn try. uro ot honesty dennrnd f t the the He lr.nu tint a one, nor the lee Hig tliat attracted me in.o ble whOM ears heais mo to siy whether there you remember lew Le borders and thnt makes jojr eye turn is no foiind a use o eyery d )Bar an I every w.r. Uo publt.an party. 1 bid you good night, and I can Mr. II. nine the certainly not upon the and menu ItUut our thank you." penny ihatcan b'8iardlfro.n jup-- r uityto mouths during quickly to know what ihere 6tanus, m Sin. l;nitel lati.ers re.iete the wretc'icdnjss r mankind? Wha is tosiiioior eerotnryor war e of the time be- anilnoieten Janes G. Blame, or Wullum D. 6It CM. CE Tlin ItESUt.T btates llieio xvas a ut.ii.ut from tween the Itepubitc of Chill nnd A Delicate Instrument. lxel.y, r Mr Mu.er. xvho desires utiacksupon - tho news from l tho !!oeing Valley ltisexhibi'cd ns n strug-pl- every mining s net? Tikctwaoivsptper there not they can xvojipu p iLaughlo or liol.vi.iand Peru. I lo ween th vast forcov or this country, ltwn every State, ojpeckily from t1 e hj.f loclaw tho Inst two in thofca cey kuo.v us irom The Post Office Department at "Wash-insto- n to have infinite aud end ir.ng o ect in, one Stte of I'ennslx an a. and you lutiunement submit to you that the exporting freely. Now I tt.ere tos 01 human nun wh w i es to exevent, and some intluo.it e or course, for but there xvas ecute that eovcrnnieut. recently cau cllcd a contract with h story of strives, lok-m- t. retltie Ion r fairly will not do It in in the other. 1 ropbct is a xva esuntl they aro icducedof96 low tnat of migrant. It xvas ieltlmate war. It was in a war va.n ih.nt io. a man. and I do not indulge it, despair the laborer een two nut ons. xrith both or snob a manner ti at one art w.u' kid smother ancnvelope itianufacturiiglirm lor not idi xx Inch too Government muca less to express n thing of which of tho Unirotl States part; that one iun- ytioi sliou d be e ere sod furnishing the erecisc article in mattei an tows dowk ins tooib so as to ubsolu.u destroy othe.- - functions; xvas fr endiy an J at peace. '1 he Government 1 do not feel a ccrtxint.. t on y can And sol take it thu initixing the o taxes on of weight contracted for and, according say that that great Stnto Is stirred and says h can not longer comoly. I cite of reru wu- - o.ercome in the con'uet. A Imported merchandis it was nexer intended to owTofourconteraporaries, a curious t)iHeihin nni .rirh fliu ..nA. i. iut In- rniai. ... Huv ..... v,,v fmui oue-lmto her depths. I o uy can say thi-rher size numencu ly ma cheJ that they shou d be I ttd to su h a p obi dtory little michine in tiie o'.lice of tho Chief any Individual nn urmy hfteen hundred ini.es and con tiered oit, n t thrown unon uviv. is an orgauiza'foti there on bennlf ot tho par- j ij extent that a man sba 1 no. right ty with which wo act, and in who o fortunes iiii.ii-v-1 i. puniu lit pr03llclf)T lut"o wiiiixa, her In tier own capital, nnd took possossion the we are bo deeply co icernei, that Is thor u.'ii. but wl-- h lo lay ibem ororo yoiirtoaeiencaa xvith exery appearance of uuthont. But at to export, and that from proceeds shad be ab- of the Stamp Bureau was the nauso of coming bacc to this thu cancellation of the contract 1 only a id minds ns luc s whica wo osirht 110 be- that time there xvcte certain interestel par- solute y It is faltnrul and encctlrc. ( Vpplau-e.- ) wi i say that there is something else also rhen". fore Heaven wo dare not shut ou'exosto. ti s who. t ne way or another, had arranged to country. (Applnu&e.i It is nota r.'tional tn-t-ei pretaMon. and will be found in the end to a queer. looking contrivance, a cross bet'iey are sypmtons o' pleased one of tje chief man igers pc-- r in get up u culm against the uo. eminent of becaus' It hastho chi f a4e.1t, haps in the c nvass of Mr. the b .y politic. (Apiiaise.) We mus looc i e u for ei rta.n gun 10 deposits certain con-tra- be a fatal one because there ts J.isttbl sim- tween a set of but Iter's scales au. limine, tl o nominee of the ttcpiiblicau party, for a cure It mus ben intional cure that s affecting these vast teJs of agricultur- ple proposition and xve, as sensib e nnd fair ordinary grocer's scales, or rather a is to declare to the American peopK- - that this wi bear sunlight, tbn- - will hour in e ligent al nirut-- that are found on tt.o const of men, should look it in the f ce. lnv.-ntioInnor saving ma- combination or tho two. There is a election was "largely ono of finance. What exnmina: on: u moral cure a permanent S utii Ameri u. Thoy rea ly ha1 been the progressing gloriously: wil no large dial, like the laco of a clock, with did no mean? hat did he moan ny tho word? tu e, n cure bn-e- d upo a principle vvhieh.tiie sole in lustry and tho sole property of that chinery is coming A machine He meant it was iareeya quest! n of ho.v further it is prod.icd, the moro strongly will wretchedly miaoverned people, and from tho work of forty hands. The jower a little hand that Hies around the lace immensely. far the corn ntinir in luencc or j.ec jniary ex- its advantiscs bo jierceivjil. it i3 not those bods they obtaned tho property Irom ot protection is Inamplified from freely other pointing to the ilgtiros at the side, penditure cou.d boused to control tho votos class siiiorinr h re. there is nn xvliich they go tho money to Keep their Labor is ojmlnjr lands, nearly of a million peoand the chnrae or of tho American people tho in- xvrotohed Goxo.'nmont in existence the Uures ou connection 1 am population is increas- xrhJon arc arranged like or nil oiniMosbetween (applausei und pioud t j sav to you that terests in -- tills counT .ese d"i odts or fe.tilizing matter were of plo annually, in West Virgin a. where I understand the try. (Applause.) Shallow Is thut man's value and jrrcojy hands xvero clutching at ing na'un'lv. Skill is Increasing ull the time. the clock face, with l.ttle dot between phrase was tirst used by this gentiemin. and mind, poor indeed is bis power of pono-- t tho n, andcla ma xvere gotto i up u dcrono Wo can not produce enough to supply see threo dots," said the them. people keep our factories, our mine, gentlemau ration, if ho does not perceive that tn a comin Ohi 1, there has arison an honest Amer.can irete.xtorauotier to xvrest fro n in charge, inquir.ngly leeling of resentment that suet a chargo munity like ours, under a popular Governour railroads, our fotges, our machine-shopland cf l'crn tho procortv xvhich sho conWell the space bctweeu those indicates should havo been dared to have been ment, with the great overor universal suf-lr.t- trolled by laxx- t'hil. hid been at great ev- - ait our industries busy, and can supply bnnyman upon opening a canvas. made human beings xvith that which wc ono sixteen-thousandt- h controlling our Governmonts.th.'ro can rccs iu th s lAp of an inch. nnd determined. Justly and pi use.) If men are to hold such base views not be eufe y for the capitalist in his chambor, initccordance with the lav o: Nations, that produce. But Getting it down pretty tne, isn't It? thelrfellow-coutitrymehis place ot lator, she would exa-- t from Poru tho cos of tier of and those who are lor Ihe laboring man in "vTIICaE IS OCTt MARKET? You see this tuo. unle piece of iron here, condotnncd rather to narrow fortuno than for the agriculturist In his lletd tiicra can nrmamint. At that lime wo had nothinz to We market, We control havo LVi.C00.0CO. lartre. foritls tho poor man whom they ex- not besiiety whoio tho intereusof one clitss do with it. It xvas notour afn-r- . Wo were and xx hen tbey tiro satisfied xvhatthat becomes of which comes down with a smooth pect tc buy, whose povetty nni not whoso are considered to tho neglect of others. not astcod tn 6tcp in und orbit ate. Noitho will accepts tho br.be that degrades him in (Cheers ) 1 am not hoar to talk of c ass legis- tho Government or nor Chili had inndo the remainder' Whore goes the surplus surface upou thi3 other solid surface? his ownotcs, Hiid In the oyes ol alt who hall lation. I am hore io piotest against it. any oomand upon 1tu Government of tae Can the man xvho has spun nis clath.or tnsac Well, the raising or lex er ng of that the know of it. (Applauso.i oh, 1 am glad to see Cheers.1 I nm not here to propoe statuos United btatos. Hut wo had a Score ary of bis piece of mauhinei y. or made bota tho moves althe pointer which runs around the interest 1 atn ulad to havo the Amorican that shad 1 ft the burden from tnis man and Sole ambitious of cieatlig a Euusatlon of cloth and machinery out of tho materia),and go abicad can heart respond in its manhood, denring, throw- place it u on his n Igibor. I am not lure some kt.id. and showing then that ho ready taxei he ivily with ho man who has the dial. To test the thickness of a tno ing back into tho laco of tho j arty and tho to propose anything that will a low any Am oould do something that an apocryphal sell in competition sheet of j we simply place it beman who uttered it tho Insult that American ericau man to ma.o air n ney out of tho plumed knlrhtm ght bo expos ed to do 'ap- paid none of thoso taxes? Why. let your statistics on exportation answer you. Tbey do tween the movable pieco'and tte solid votes, poor or not poor, am to be purcnased Go-nmont except that xThlch he earns by plau o and laugbto ) especially when tho too They aro scaedup and tjeby corrupt lunds. (Applause.) But, his honest labor. (C jeer ) was uot very dan.o ous (renotvea latigjtor) not our own can not.and when our 55,0")0,-00- 3 surface below, and wbeu the movable let us com3 to the quest on of marei. And now. triends, wo havo como to tho and so wo the etionr, poweriut people of in aro supplifd the product oa for tho piece of iron comes down upon tho political health. Is the country wo I? Aro partlnr of 1 10 waves. Now xvo have come to the Luiied States, wore to ba roprosen.od as million must wait until con paper the hand registers the truo thick-- n wo and are your in other the road where you stand, and 1 stand, and a swash buckli.no nubir sumption sha i Lave exhausted the supply, Slates satisfied with tho condition of thlntrs? where tin Kopub lean party polnta ono way ss in the meantime, aain. at man's nature, at Well,of Ithe paper. Delicate instrument? Do ycu desire to see the ovident, the inevan-bl- o and tho Democratic party points In arothor. shaking our fist under the feeble nose of this and tnen beginLooo-twbero is labor' should think so. Just give tendencies of the nresent hour expanded, iChccrs. 'Ihere may bo something said be- poor iittlo South American Uepubi.c, and what? That tbey should no: come to tbo character of too peop o. and the great m3 a hair irom your bead, will you?" intensified and fixed as the ru ing Governfore I closo iu respect of peace, that they srould not ma no terms of ar- Ctimuval decree teat in ihe sweat ot our ment of this country? Aro you satisfied, ray AGEXCT TnE Then he took a ha!r and slipped It should earn our bread, wbat is tha frlonds. wlh he morals or this country! Aro bywnich wo must oarrr on thsss general rangements between ti emselves according to atresia-tion- s deftly between the movable pieces. tho luw of private uron our peoplo of y. u sat, stied wita the great gov- eovernraontal powers, and of tno necessity of claims xvere Nation, unlo s certsin transac- eacct of their industry and continual and pursul.s. to to Iu ernmental und o lic.'al Interests? Are requiri u tiont osowo trus; terionu oaai-ncte- tion. (Applausc.i considerol tbo tho of an Was it right idleness.' Does not every man who The hand on the dial followed the you tatlsed with tho rules or proportion to tba duties wo expect Americau citizen that - s to bo fainy secured uejrs me know tbatstca iy wagfs. lojg cca-ti- n mo.ions of tbo scicw until it stopped in morality and with tbo rules of political them to pirtor n. (Obee s For tho pre one uod. are inanitely prelerab.e to bleb at the alt the rights that law would give him in the economy? is tbo lot mo say "omothing that Is tar dopur than Govomrao.twhcro his property happenod to waes pertod.oa.ly arretted anJ stooped J sixtcen-thousandt- f gu o twenty. "Ju't twenty COSD.TIO.V OF THE COUKTaT. great pr.nclpjo 01 Gov- lie? O, no. Landreau oitucr one brother or (Applause,' idleness is the mother of noth-iL-- g per-ou- a of an inch in diamcbaracier a looking at it now, at the caiss tnat ernment that snail control men that sha I not tha o'borthat uoro thut name, has novcrbeon that was good, it is a period of vic.ous eter," he said. let mc try a baveatecbM our prevent condttlin is it. I le subject to their wiiims,tneircaprlces. their shown to bavo beon an American citizen, or employment or enjoyment, as it .3 your tncstacho? They aro say. ,n suj.i a condition that wodesira to keep passions cr t e.r powers. It i whether or no even to have mtido a ac.arat on of his inten-ti- o and, depend upon It. that those laws which hair fr.-it us it is. and to promote an 1 uxten J and in- Govo niuaut was orJainel forany other gi eat is and yei the records of Congress, the are sound in tueir p.i itical economy xviu be generally much larger, especially if yon tensify tho nterots tnat govern us? 1 can purpoo n ibeir polltlckl have been in the habit of shaving." oaun-l- y rcco ds of tomml te's of Congress, tho testithan the protection found to bo sound Dj hardly think so. I can see a system or jou therethink alb of jt mony of xvitne-se- s clearly sjow that your moiNilty. (Applause.! Therefore, when legislation, using the taxing powers of was an idle thin.tho grave power my power, your responsibility, my fore, there is in tho prospect of the lio took up a pair of scissors?, and men xvho weighed co-syl- la 1 t.v s our property, my property, yoar tho Lnionto lesinotto obstruct tho nuMntl and de ibe ato Republican party, as roproscn ed and slat, clipped off a hair from the mustache 1 "ver wod wrote low peace and my reacc. your honor, uty 1 onor, by Blame, by bis votes and by their wuol have wiyo commerce. United seen the lorulzn In tho lean I watchedthat tncra shuli b3 Tho hand tbo tare and placed it in position. C istitutoi commerce of the we c Inv .keJ by tho secreiaryoi State to sus- eonduo , by tbeine.usat Mates dwindle by stopped atLfty. "Filty sixteen-thou-sandtdegrees until it no longer ould be ca lod the titieof nt. luy gran d bv the (Jov rn no tain tho c aitn I a torc.gnerto whom we owed or eve i to listen to a proposl.1 jn to ab He e. just, who'es res mc.h-x- l by ivuich we oft o nito Stat i. ati' thci. fur her. th no biii.r. for whosj acta wo were not respon-sib- ! in al. tnut.thc.r htod determination of an inch thick." he said. cou d exchange tho f ults of our labors for j o State -- n iu'd,rantHtitlo of nibil.ty; ! . nor for haprosecu ton of w oscngtts, to contmn tho pre oat stato of things. Now 1 ne assumed to act tlie bo lif- xvhere s obofonjt omarutfor Aniercau Ihat shows the cS'cct of shaving. the truits or the labors or other men in other y 111 think that ha noth n r d.oper and n and toao moromca n lha 1 e iftiTO ata 10 tb erent a id to maki a most n declaration of surplus tcannlcturesf D cs it not resolve measured a hair Irom tho hand of a parts of the world. 1 h ve soon, an 1 yo have Feen. the moreo tilc mir.ne of ihe namo o a man To you tblntt 11 it meant a xar for tho pur.iose of fostering a guan itscl total., at tho manu.aetu.es seal! bo gentleman a few minutes ago which ooent nit absu titc cla.m ngaint tho oovcrnmn of Ch 11 or curtalleJ, or t whoJtcrti'cl prodactlon io immensely Ln tt-- tatoslnlr.yd sapp'tr inm tho ftt'o thick, 6h ult be o ihe ocean. Tune fourth! of God's world of tho Sin omin can We ba e cs.abiuhed under leeir was forty sixtcea-thousandtiCheers. Gentle nen. 1 beg o you to who we etoco -- lcru.tier tho danger that lurks xvith n the Ioioned' totretboug'-fulitegve system, that u man tha.1 be a..oxvol to coiie but those in his mustache wero precons is covjied by wut;r. snd ono fourth sa Con.r-ss.anof this counrn y0 !,, u prluclp e there as umed. 1 beg jf you to his cisely the. w.ta ail the lorco of tro tho CJlinies to tho teo.ra iher. by unl aud Arae same thickness the reason ca; the United State", claiming a front ran to sco'n tho 1 1 cs of Km 0 o.I "esxl ent Iho means. Is it not a perversion lungs, or his roll lea. Influence, cr his purse, vant y that crjeUs t nn nn In ) ) nc that 1 of the g ent and sovereign and mighty pow lay su b toes as ho pkaseJ upon everyibi igp being that he ha I ncvershaved. Yes. commcrciil Nm.on3. bat in it e tnrnll.-oim-and Uiat is paid lor them. Wo tb.nk. in hQwords of tho o s of tb 8 iovc nmen . witu nil l respo Ehare, no par ner hi) or wo t y share, in that may to munuioct-ri- d that 13 the machine that proved that o.d .r cb me odv. if tno o I v i bo sib lity from tto publ o to prixute nsnr rta J. Ann wuat :s the co s,u5nce There three f.iuth or a t thatiroes n 1 The king may make n tl led eari. pn per sn rlt. t o i nnc.p e and tb.. is not agcnleman upon this Coor. hat snot the rm making our cnvelop'is was not world's surface. No transport tion. no ships the Or n du"e. cr in ny a foo s r; sblp. --Not only no transponaUon aud tocr In uron witicb tho powers cf this Gov- utcnthe&nmil.vel as I. How can vn deal fill llmg it coatra-t-- " lie said, as be all o ships, Brt lor nil h s pow r and O h a tjo'd, but no prospect lor - ships ernment a e to be cxe cisnd.' Thcgocd book wi b joui Tho momontlstop aS this pla fell back aAaiklavy.i3CteHtKic Ameryou goes to war at bis form my voice will no t to aeard or He can never make an Toole, itr. ro our hardy seamen? Where Even I asks us: "Which nf 4 g; own oost?" .That wa known alwai-- to be a be distiiuru.shed. Id respect of thJji With ican. 70U who Bvo upon this island eea, you upon (Applauso and Jjujj Uter.) 1 1 at Chloago to tho DeUwaro Statatnuii whose ears tho surf ctitjta Atlantic or tno T i'HCitiC ev. r mm TiXVuPon caual visit, you mu t ski truVna igators, one or indufiesor a roana-ofstron. v.gorou. us or ott-- toe t0y or men Inn by simo rac rrlren out oi oxitenc - What coaraster U there more delighttnl (o- tho American pop.o to contemplate than that or up. Amor can. ea.lor. na uy, oou, p ";Tcn.urou8. car rung his counio ia distant vAid rcic-in climes in time or ' war sustaining the mor anl th power nt hk -- '.,i.,in n, orcrtlf61ttori.it iIM iinu3,i. i - - .p.---- . "."- Thr o4h'njs, therefore, wou'd hava been n m ro scotT. Hut. tho mining y deeper th-- that. The tbo pprcsti utonsof t.t otoaseioaie cl crnment a d arrmsromentof .tspowors o' cowore thut intsndid to create o ,uality bef ro th- - law for tlio humblest ail tho poorest among us. (Che.r.i It was not meant to ma'ce hstromr stronger. It was not meant to make tho rich richer. ,. 1 Jortho ma'onty of ..,.,. very ticklish question. But not tor 01 Ula ne. Ho xvould so to xvar ntthe cost Atno lean po .1 o.eand to tio prontoi u , .f . nil lttith(inri u.. tni uiMitimn n net. this Insolent act tn dijfmtlfC. act, this tm uU nc . this ainwoft itrt wm ilwiiVnuTdil a d alnlr as thattoauUldoit ttfic adrain str.ulonHit Ot Wl ril Cmft vaTru fl mt.micn ' spir.ted foieign poJ xvo lire told, is n il.atighternnd applausa) Gentiemen, aro to have a - e A 1 11 ; cc-p- l'HiE.NDS,FtLuiw-CuUNTiiVMt:N,IaninSAs- --- .i!" iJmuT,nl s-v Ht 1 ""' I ! "o. seeSrihrV'thoriUvua0 n nc-n- 1 y" - "rt7. cvryboly is e'evated: each man H ed, and hemotnen. tu.-- stop dou on n U a ta.ett. jiol of the xtoen nnoj?. ihey lind . t ncd aro io in hn unacie to m.1 'Se,?d' ause ' I bn e teen in ttechambcrs vft,o,'ETv.s5 ute wixverfutnv n wi o by c n r do t political ennvt-ssc"jnitaiise auci. men asir u.a nenascnosen exec lucrlu lue h.s chau .lorov the(Laughter and this aclpulvrn in Ir. Murh. aee them coming down there fcavt WattevverMl bating and not itiquiringinto xxeifaro o. a man in any pare ot tho FonEicv rrtiT, &uatry, but into tho effect upon their If xvonro for such poor renson to playfli won d ermit a tnoso mKiity powers or inc auu ueaiu. v. - CI tt tobusi ess, before a they to be remit cd. be fas tl. or tax and peace, let us sen to it that the ojsctsr; jPP'autc. iu ma. xy that men ahailnot x'iewarosujh tuat men cm worthily sui-- t wtitle.l no" all tho forftndif need ho die Tor. Cheers.) IT rt. ijwcniiai.r.-- s trcen, lut I tay thoynud rcspon-- 01 rant an j none 01 us mpnihnr thu ltirhr lnnvhlnsr words that'C. wlitieJ. lAppiau'c.) In dealing with any tl (mm Ihn t.rBiii.h Xtlm.ti.r nt Wur lindfir t power, tLe true na; Ui approach It is to wrotched sham or a (iovcrnmaat calteti tl wua i' upon a principle, txnat is tco "Eecond empire or France. ' 1 reraetaj Justifying principle for layiuar any tax: when ho said, in reply to some propositi nanAtner-cacitizen? hat right havo cramfij emanating from tbo German Goheart, "ft put my hand into tho xvorn pocket of tno thut hn Anenfvil tvMr Ttrlth n llfrht man an iini:eiroin 11 nve, ten, or iwcnty-ien- u what a mocking sneer lay In tnoso xvorJsttft tuat bo has earned during tbo'dayT ngnt neai uaccepung tuat wnicu coxercu tor own i.& e Ccrtanlr not. lor mr earth with the wounded and the dea' i lendsf Lortnimy roU hormy oxrn pfllUiotxl' inuicttnt upon Trance an igtfuuiiny ahd dr"' , nut-xthcai-tl.T- et Mejk-u,o!i- s, s m. fir 1 r um.t-uunng- co t. 1 1 to-la- y ... M.x-in- !r " ( - JTIl1" SSJZ "i 1 -- I ", l0" - e-- bl 1 t o 'J te "i io. ic-- e '?", e,EJiJ1? yXlL h s ii to-ni.-li UntUJxiSout Ja ? hn l"n t 1 ,n?""L0n8 no-have T?L ffil!? Jljt nt l.1 su-pl- ilJC t. s-- d ; clitbe en-tcr- e -- fo-e.- rej-eatet- n hter muu-cuce- Kl reit 1 ble-sln- Joc-ulant- t- d (Ap-plan- ., e ih-lif- 1 ) nt a ii-- -- - gt 1 -- e-- T re-b- . 1 1 s 1 c t t'if 1 l.,11. - . ' ' -. t- v 11 .v oe an.. r li ... ) 1 s 1 d 1 -1 - 1 s I eon-eiue- nt 1 tlt-t- y s y. to-tla- iet-ilu- n u-- y c 1 ruie Iiu-kb- s i,oti -- n i 1 1 ti s. n e 1 rs vo-la- littl-mor- e f-- - vol-unt- - a.-tm- 1 e r pnr-S'tlt- a al s 1 1 tc s e 1 s re-ui- "aid-di-i.in- ad UieUov-e.ru-nic.tt- s ex-e- n ril u-a- Con-tuuti- un - mi-tio- n 11 lf di-c- exei-cie;ui- s prex-eiiU- tl c 1 s n 1 to-d- three-quarte- rs ibe-eeo- s, -. of r n ex-e- n ! a-,- e - fellow-countryme- fellow-coun'ryme- n otho-forty-ii- do-cla- rs x- ca-le- un-wi- -o B- -t 1 1 tbt 1 t-.- Ite-cbl- u f f-o- uin 1 s s & rrv." o. ' The Hickman, Courier. no doubt I should have stowed away lazy, I suppose, to leave your hammock The tgent of tho Agricultural De-Injuries of the Heart. FAIIJI A"D FIRESIDE. o3s and Gaizu memories enough to servo me for many """UV"U1 power ontha J i.V j partment in Washington says that the ' .Now. see here.' said I finda hearty laugh in after years. A few mate, CHAPTEBX. heart forces the blood into the The The peacock is a great enemy of European wheat crop, thoug'h above an days rolled by without anything par- ing him silent, and noticing how'whito lungs when It receives oxygen, or in 1 was taken sick a year ago average ia product, will be less than GEORGE "WARREN, Publisher. With bilious fever" ticular happening. One night it came his face glimmered to the stars, I kuoW. other words, is aerified, and thenco the potato bug. Albany Journal. (? n ttin flcrrrrAfratn nt 1CQO nn.l U. x.uiu(JU "" "My doctor pronounced me aured, bnt I to my turu to havo the first watch. It you're the man, so you'd better con- drives tho current throughout tho sysmore fre- will "oo,w6w vit J.OU- -, uuu mat180,000,-00Barrenness in eggs is need to bo supplied with KENTUCKY 0 got sick again, with terrible pains In my HICKMAN. was a quiet night, with wind enough to fess. Own the truth and I'll tem to supply ever' pact with nourish- quently caused by a lack of green food bushels of wheat. back and sides, and I got so bad X keep the sail3 still whilst the old ship secret, providing you belay all further ment, and in return remove all impur- thin anything else. Could not more ! went drowsily rolling along her courso tricks of tliis same kind; deny that you're ities Half a tcaspoonful of common Me. D. H. BARfABT,of Owego, N.T., DIAMOND GUT DIAMOND. I shrunk! to tho African port. Suddenly I heard tho ghost aud I'll sneak " to th heart is placed in the left side. table salt, dissolved in a little cold water his daughter was taken witu a violent says Tho doctorFrom 223 lbs. I a commotion forward, and, fearing that tain and set the men upon you " This is so in the vast majority of cases. and drank, will instantly relieve heart- which terminated in Pneumonia; tho cold ing for my liver, to 120It did had been My Cncle Solomon's three balls hangbest me no good. I but some accident had happened, I called This fairly frightened him. .wJi out onThlrd avciiuo; physicians said she could Hvo but a few did not expect to hvo mora than three But there aro thoso who have their Exchange. They're irolden as a certain bans Lours, when a friend recommended Dn.Wa. out to know what tho matter was. A sir, it's true; I'm rtio voice, sir- - but hearts on tho rigbt instead of the left burn. montlis. began to use Hop Bitters. Dicertain eyes of blue. O'er A correspondent of tho CounlQ Hall's Balsam for tub Lukgs. She ac- rectly my I voice answered: 'Ghost or no ghost, for God s sake keep the secret, sir ' The side of tho throax. appetite returned, my pains left A ehrewd old man, or uncle; vre cepted it and was surprised to find that It scamp Oentlemun, who write3 from Tennessee, produced a Havo heard him called a men u'd have my life if they found out there's somebody talking in tho 1 remember seeing, a number of marked change for tho better, me, my entire system seemed renewed as If Terhaps you'd like to know how be come anil listen, sir.' Tho si- that it was mo as scared them.' This years ago, a man about forty years of says sorghum is the most valuable stoca. end by persevering a permanent euro was by maIc, and after using several bottles, I Was taken Into camp?am not only as sound as a sovereign, but lence that followed suggested a good confession was what I needed for age with his heart situated on tho feed to be had in that section of coun- effected. weigh more than I did before. To Hop The day was rarm the month xas June ileal ot alarm. I sang out as l ap- though when standing pretty closo to right side. He said ho had noticed try. It nl vays grows, and everything, o'clock, and Monday: Twas three TVirr Is a child, whose father and mother Bitters 1 owe my life." IX. Fitzpaxiuck. oil hts face, swearin" ho had seen the proached tho men: 'Perhaps there's a him on the forecastle I eoulil utm this curious phenomenon over since tho from chickens to mules, is fed and My uncle's soul was out ot tunc havo no Iter, like an unsolvable conunDublin, June G, '8t on it. No loans he'd made since Sunday. Italian's ghost. Tliis frightened tho stowaway below.' 'It's no living voice,' sworn that it wa3 ho who uttered the ago of four. Ho suffered no inconvendrum? Becausa it has no aunt, sir (an- Jle gloomv sat was musics: o'er CHAPTER U. fWOl). men prettily; some of them went down was the reply; it sounds as if it comes words which perplexed and awed tho ience nor disease from the condition. Vca for breakfast Is mado appetizHard times that poor men crushod "MaMn, Mas Feb. 1. M$0. Gentlemen suddenly swung to his door. so perfect was tho deception, Ho was at tho tinio suffering from ing by cooking it in this way: Fry some When into tho forepeak, and found tho Italian from a skolington.' I found a crowd of sailors, yet "Pongh on Coras." l'c. AsV for it. Complete I tuuc.ed with auachj of siwk ho&dduue." And In a stranger rushed. lying there dead with a score of rats mon standing in awed postures near so line, in short, was his skill as a ven- some disease of tho chest, but that was thin slices of bacon, thou cut the foal cure, hard or soft oorus. warts, bunions. 'omalgia, female trouble, for years In upon him, whicHbundlcd oft" when tho tho hatch, and tho most frightened, of triloquist, that, had ho stoutly denied not at all duo to the strange situation of thin and fry it in the bacon fat just Tlcnoath his arm the stranger held the moot terrible and excruciating manner. A : The profasaioaal A rosewood men dropped below. During all the all looked to mo to be tho ordinary sea- and gouo on denying that ho w&s tho his heart. Sometimes disoaso of tho before taking the veal out of the frymg-pa- n Iwiids. L'otlon Post. No medicine or doctor couhl give me re"I must catch this train," ho almost yelled, rest of the scatter grated bread crumbs vor voyage his ghost was con- man Dick, who had backed away on 'voice,' I should have believed liini and ohost will thrust the heart to ono side; "My nnmo is Hungry Cox! lief or cure, until I vacd Hup Bitters. dry stantly seen, sometimes astride of tho the other side of tho hatch, and stood continued sharing in tho wonder and but of such cases wo do not at present the slices and let them brown. BosKeep this in some place safe and von Enurvixo Throat 'lnounLKs asb " The hrst bottlo I'm going out of town: Cocohs, "JJrotcaV Bronchial Troches" flying jibboom. What was the end of looking on, loaning with his hands on superstition of the crew. I kept his se- intend to speak. ton Budget. Nearly cured me;" It contains a violin good-byhave a wide reputation. Suld only in boxes. it I mean, whether the men confessed his knees, and staring as if ho was fas- cret as 1 promised; but, somehow or The second made mo as well and strong A novelty in the shapo of i pinThen he laid an cngle down. Tho heart is an involuntary muscle. as when a child. tho murder, and, if so, what becamo of cinated. .1 waited a couple or throo other, it leaked out in time that ho could Bj involuntary I meau something over cushion cover is to cover a thict cushsaid : "Next week Vnx:x It Is rumored thut a Before he left he "And I have been so to this day." them tho dockmaster said he didn't minutes, which in a business of this deceive the car by apparently pitching which we havo no control. The breath ion of medium sire with eatU, then stock las dhaptieareO therecan alwavs ba I'll call for it," then flew II y husband was an Invalid for twenty Out of the store Just like a streak know. Bo that n it mav. I discovered kind seems a lonir time, and, hcariii: nia voice among mo rigginsr. or under or respiration is both voluntary and in- cover one corner with very sher white I und evidnce to It. War-sa- years with a serioas Ot lightning from one s view. Wasp. shortly after we had begun our voyage nothing, I was going to ridiculo tho men the dock, or over the side, though tho voluntary. We can causo it'to atop, muslin: this should be cut in mo form My uncle rubbed his hands, and said: " Kidney, liver awl urinary complaint, that the crew had zot to hear of this for their nervousness, when a hollow discovery was not mado until the but only for a short time In the caso of a triangle, and whore thi muslin Nervous "A gentlemnul a finer "Pronounced by Boston's best physiWeicne. rypTsla. Spinal I never met! Why, bless my head!" voico under the hatch said, distinctly: 'ghost' had for a long time ceased to of tho heart, however, wo cannot check ends and the satin begins put a jabot of story, and the chief mate said it had by "Wells" lloa.ih Uanewer." SL cians Then he pocketed the shiner." been brought aboard by the carpenter, 'It's a terriblo thing to bo a ghost, and trouble the ship's company, and until its action. For it beats night and day, lace there. Tho effect is both pretty "Incurable l" The days passed on till Friday came. who had picked it up from somo of tho not bo able to get out.' I was greatly tho men's superstitious awo had faded month after month and year afteryear, and quite now. A". '. Port. BLODBns wn. an lnveterats thfrf. Seven bottles of your BKters cured hlra And with it came another startled, and ran off to tell theJCaptaiu, away somewhat, and tney had recov- from birth to old age and death, withThere wa on opn r'niilty to steal, and hj and 1 know of tho dockyard laborers. Uontleman. who pave the name Meat balls "Lives of eight persons" "1 woll recollect two uncomfortablo who agreed with mo that there must be ered theirold cheerfulness! We thensent out resting at all. and whon it does aro mado of to drop into soup ttock nolo it JV. Y.Lcdier. von Snuthcr. Or Horr veal, with aboit A violin he wished to buy In my neighborhood that have been saved circumstances: we sailed on a Friday, a stowaway in the hold, and that he had for Dick to the cabin, where ho gave us rest, but for a moment, or is irregular Colden'it liquid Ueef Tonlo as much suet as veal, and ith That would Ibrato in a fine way: by "your bitters, and tho able and ordinary seamen were gone mad. Wo both went forward, and a real entertainment as a ventriloquist, in its action, wo consider it diseased. For, on Monday night, he was to try of bread crumbs wth Promotes digestion in feintle ot delicate And many more nro using them with was lifted, and wo looked on imitating all sorts of animals and A masterpiece in Steinway. thirteen in number, tho idlers and our- the hatch Now, curiously enough, wo havo ono pepper and parsley, or other horb health. CoUeii', no otuur, of Druggists. great benefit. sounds as of women in distress or two exceptions to tho above state- sal your selves aft bringing up the ship's com- top of tho coal; and I was then about to He tn'ed every one my uncle had. " They almost tate: add ono beaten egg. "Rough on TJa.uid.2Jc, pany to nineteen souls nineteen souls! to ask some of the men to join me and men singing out for help in their ment. A With more or less dfcgun: caso of which will moisten and hold the ingre- tor Cougns, Conehs." Trocie.l"c:lloarsoncsv Do miracles?" Mrs. E. D. Slack. loUia, ions 'ituo-it- , "No use! nouso! Too bad! too bad!" when, I suppose, in her prime the in a search in tho forepeak, for upon berths; indeed, such was his skill that this anomaly is that of a Colonel who dients hi together: make into round balls, j He muttered. Then: "1 must How to GktSick.-E- .tose d I'd often see theskippernnd mate turn uieu not long ago in rngianu. uo drop into hot lard and fry quickly; VVhk: shol t a loic; have most discord? nght: eat tojmuih thoutroure'f daynnd Ocean King never left port short of my word I had no taste Procure a violin axoreis. ; work too hard without rest: doctor ull tui t me; take If it cost flvo hundred dollar!" seventy or eighty stamen, not to men for a job of that kind at such a moment, ing, startled, to look in the direction possessed the powor of stopping tho ac dram them well on a cloth, and they 7hea Vt is tot-t-o music. vllc nourums advertised, and th.-- yoa ail t. "Hold on, my frlendt lust risht away tion steward;, cooks, cooks' mates, whon tho voice said: 'There's no use whence the voice proceeded. Jle made tion of tho w n.t to know i u t o c' xtich is and tho beating of are ready for the soup. Toledo Blade. I'll got you ono may holler!" HEADACMK la Immediately relieved by will butcher, batcher's mate, baker and the looking; you'll never find me. I'm his peace with the men by ampins the pulo heart In .hrce word 7a-Hop bitters I Catarrh. pleasure. Lying down for ai tho uso of Piso's Remedy for topsail-yard- s instead an not to bo seen.' ' Confound me'.' cried them in the same way: so ttat, And then he grot a key, and he rest of them. But double CSNono g" ouHe without a bunch ot preen he to "Drouth is not saysunmitigated evil j, a short time and composing him-clGot out the stranger's fiddle; the farmer," tho Indiana were now in; besides, 1 understood that tho skipper, polishing his forehead with of getting the rope's'cudingaft and tho would, to all appearance, become like ji olu?l. baana U.ie vilo. WATZn U musical, xrn prtsum, when simpered, pityingly: Horr tho vessel's masts had been reduced a pocket haudkorehief, 'if ever I heard pummelhig forward that to deserved, a dead purson. His heart would stop Farmer. "If it diminishes the present ' the fountains play. Tankers Statesman. name. stuff w.th "Hop" or "Hops" In their "Your language, sir, 's a rWdle: ' Hut still, he took the vlolta and her yards shortened, and wo car- of such a thing. I'll toll you what it he endod as a real andgemral favorite, beating; his pulc cease at the wrist: a crop it secures a vigorous growth of the Twa anything but new ELY'S ried stump foro and nriizen topgallant-mast- is.' he shouted, looking into the hatch, and one of tho mot aimsing fellows pallor overspread his countenance; and siibsc'iuontono by its fertilizing effect. Stlntrlnir inflammation, all Kkln'ey end ITrin And, with a patronizing grin. -- j JL All being ready, a tug got hold 'dead men can't talk, and so, as you're that a man ever was slipmalo with. tho most vigorous and thorough exam- The constant evaporation of water at ary uompiamis, v The bow across it drew. CREAM BALM and away "we went bound to be alivo, you'd better come up I used to tell him that if ho chose to ination of his physicians could not de- the surface that has boon carried up by Perhaps you've heard the night winds 6lng of our Causes no Tain. A rcalt business Tho music teacher's. make from deep down in attraction down the river and out to sea. I don't out of that, and smartly, too, d'ye hear, perform ashore ho was suro to Through a tall seolean pine: tect tho least prcsonco of life. After capillaryhas Boston Tostf tho soil," all the matter Perhaps vou've heard the night birds ring believe myself that any stories which or you'll find this the worst attempt at plenty of money, since such ventrilo-quia- l a while, perhaps in half an hour, ho k brought upleft so muchsoluble for tho Relieves at Once. Out anthems half divine: as food rarest would recover and walk away a9 well powers as his were the "Iloath on Tain." Torous Plaster, forac, hud been told the men'about the ship skylarking that was ever made.' There Perhaps you've heard a brook run down Vaius in too Chest, Kbeuiaatiam. i tho benevolent impressed them much. Sailors are very was a short silence, and you'd eo all thing in the world ; and I'd sometimes as beforo the experiment. 1 think the next crop. Such A mountain to the sea. Thorough TreatBut you've never. In a wicked town, superstitious, but they are not to be bauds straining their cars) for there was fancy ho meant to take my advice. . But gentlcmau finally died of somo heart economy of Nature's God bringing l is a tida issue. A victort at Heard euch a melody! good from evil. ' ment TTill Cure. scared till something has happened to light enough for that given out by tho whether he died or kept on goingtosoa disoaae. Tlic Judge. played, and played and frighten them. Your merely telling lantern one of the meu held. "'You I don't know, for after he left the ship Ilerr The practice of lopping off the tops Among other things in connection played. Sot a Liqnld or them that there is a ghost aboard the couldn't catch me because you couldn't T never saw nor hoard, of him aain. As if he d never stop. with the heart, may be mentioned its of shade trees for the purposo of ' Loudon 1'eUgrapk. they're in won t alarm them till see me,' said tho voice, in a Tho sweetest nlrs that Herr Strauss made ship Snuff. Apply Into injuries; and these," strangely enough, making them grow thick has little to Were played within that shop. they've caught sight of the ghost But tone, ami this time it came from the Tinally he stopped, and cried. aro not always so fatal a3 it is generally recommend it Tho graceful, sweeping Methods of Appljlug Manure. ostnls. Uiro it once let a man say to the others, direction of the main hatch, as though boughs of the elm or the round and With inspiration crazed: supposed. There's a bloomin' sperrit in this ship. it had flitted aft. 'Well,' said tho CapHAY-EEV- ER "I'll giff fire hundret dollars ride a Trial. symmetrical top of a maple aro much Soldiers wounded in the heart, in Away Tor this !" Amazed, After caroful stud and experiment I SO rrn't at Drarcist". Lay your head agin the forehatoh and tain, 'may I bo jiggered" and without 03 cents Vt mat! recrid. Stnx e Lottie ij mail 10. by to bo prefered over a truncated, horo him gnashing his teeth and another word he walked away on to tho have adopted tho rule of usiug most of battle, or other persons injured dio you'll d My uncle clutched tho counter, centa. ELI IIMTUtLS.Dn.icit. Owego, h'.T. tree. The always so surprised ne nearly rattlin' his chains,' and then let another noop. J told the men to clap on the my in ami re at the surface. Tho only sharp instruments, do not hours, days, heavy lopping of the tops of trees is also Sometimes "Jf, my friendt, you're boun'ter A SAMPLE man go and listen, aud swear, and per- hatches again, and they did this in exception to thU rulo which I mako is immediately.years elapse boforc death injurious to the tree. No matter if the Have the violin why well to mouths and You call aroundt on Monday haps very honestly, that he 'lieerd tho double quick time, evidently afraid that whon I wish to manure very heavilyand occurs; and again, the wounded may rounds seem to heal over naturally TO With tix hundred dollars, and noises plain,' and you'll have all hands tho ghost might pop up out of the hold permanently onrieh a garden plot, of entirely recover. I shall give below a as they seldom do the tree inevitamy No is my Sunday then I plough uudor a liberal coat in whispers, and if they didn't mind their eye. in a funk, talking suffers. A general hcading-in- , pracI will place it in your hand." mtt pi.iaaat "All this made us very superstitious, manure and top dross in addition. few remarkable but U going aloft in the dark nervously. In shears, cases of wounds of the heart. A man ticed by means of Monday came, and with It Cor, our ship nothing happened for some from the Captain down to the boys. Wo When uiamiro is to be used for wheat, who was wounded in the heart by a and the occasional use of a Wo offer an absolute tree trlft My uncle hesitated of an e days. We were deep and slow, and rolled talked it over in the cabin, aud the so convincod am I of the superiority of When Cox asked for his flddle-bofortv-eigStoB Sruox, doable plate of hours. In siw, is to bo recommended if the tops Saca THP TREAT And sort of meditated. . bent quality no cheap aCalr. along solemnly, tho sea falling away mate was incredulous and disposed to top dressing that 1 would not allow a bullet lived for of shade aud ornamental trees are ui!d,hi.aet, durable good to He bid for it, ten dollars first: man to draw out tho manure beforo this case hemorrhage was gradual ami satisfactory. American Cultivator. not Any way,' he said, 'it's from the vessel's powerful round bows as ridiculo me. any one who will tend u2S centa Cox didn't care to sell: would doitfor sloiv. A curious case is that of a man fur a U inonlhV trial anbacrip-tlo- n from a rock. Pile what wo could upon stranga that this voice is only heard in ploughing the land if he CSEaSBbTClttiaV "U ii3 "Fifty, then!" as if he'd burst: to the Philadelphia LaPixa' nothing. Wo want the manure ap- - surviving for twenty days with a "One! two hundred!" with a yell. "C3 IA, WTST e aboard, staysails draw- 3'our watch. HOME JOCKNAL ASI I'&iCTICAb her, wirii tacks It's never favored me C VuJw icj .M IIoikzkeei-ek- . The Sugar Feeding Ileus. to the wheat crop so as to act as skewer in his heart A burgeon gives ing, and the wind hitting her best sail- with any remarks. The ereaking and plied CURES My uncle plead, and plead, and plead. bpoon ta ctrea to every threa months' tr.al anhacrlber. as a As if his heart would break. ing point, we could seldom mauage to groaning of an old wooden ship is often quickly as possible, for tho wheathas a us the account of a boy who livod fivo Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica If they begin to lay before they get ittnplo of other premiums. Till at last with streaming eyes, he said: Lumbico, Birfcache, Headache, Toothache, vo short time to grow in tho fall, and it is weeks after being wounded iu the una oar new premium catam "Whit for it will you take!" get more than seven knots out ofIt her. UKo sunken wordsbe and what you de- - important that it get well rooted ami heart; another of a soldier who lived very fat, the .'ervice of c production Horo Thrnt, &we!llnc. Hiraln. BrulMt, logue containing full list of nothing but a was been hearing may night I had the first watch. "Seven hundred dollars! Moses! O! A Boras, Kralilt. roit ltlic. Beers'ware Uroa. best Torka,d in calls for nutrition, and the food is diTeaspoons, Who ever heard such talk! BODILY And about two bells. There was a nice ception of the ear. . . 'A deception . m make I. growth .. enough to protect tho eleven days with a bullet imbeddedand verted in that direction, consequently EokltT AU Otherand Ijct. ra 3?ADJB and ACHES. .. . ...i . TJlyCtats liutterKnlves.La3les.&c Dolls, ln tunnci 'U tho fleshy'substance of tho heart; I giff you four?" "Well. I don't know. i sew iu, aim iucu.-- i uw uoioio mun-wind, the sea smooth, and a red moon your car,' cried tne skipper. The tun- Dishes, bhopplng Ha, Uooti, lW''!.n3laHi Jiccasrs. abitt'c All right! hand out tho chalk." d anothersix years, of a person who the young hen will uot fatten so easily THE C1IAM.EH A. "VCGELEK CO.. ic.icLadixs Houz JoCTtxat crawling up oyer our starboard beam. ber of an old wooden ship may strain ' the manure is. and the nearer the The face, the quicker its effects will be on lived with a "wound, and died from a after sheliegins to lay as though she had (3eceortiA.'uGX!.EK&c3. altiiaore.ZIc!..T7,8.A. Mv uncle counted out the chalk. cn.fik in tlm I)ntli .......-- hut baa CO.OOO circulation. Is ... .w We were under all plain sail, leaning .,V v. With gasps, and 6ighs. and groans handsomely printed. Illustrated, by disease not at all connected with the in- not commenced, but should sho become the voung crop. I am positive that away from the wind a trille, aud the hang me if thevever talked good sensicarefully edited by Mes. Louisa. Then Hungry Cox he took a walk over-fa- t without laying, it is a puzzling DR. Splendid domestic From my uncle's 6hop of loans. Ksrr. regular letters from water washed along under the bonds in ble English, llowcvcr, 1 am not going fining our manure and using it at tho jury of the henrt. matter to tho breeder how to reduce er..rie. Monday went, so did June. tho Even after thohonrthas been pierced WIF2." "CUkRtSSA "JOUVS lines through which the starlight ran to worry. For mv part.' said he, with surface we can double its value for flosh again Herr von Snutber never came; roTTEE," "Helks Atbe." and by shnrp instruments, recovery has her in fowl is without injur'. An My uncle's soul's been out of tune glimmering. I was thinking over tho a nervous glance around him, 'I don't wheat crop. others. "Notes from a Young Another and still mere important taken place, or death has been dolaynd over-fa- t all tho a nuisance, for .should "AryrA Since he learned the bunko game. Housekeeper." "live or six months' voyages which old believe in ghosts. Whatever it is that's fffssm aud Floral Needle;DyFancy WorS. it lay at eggs raroly hatch, and die." Art g Jotm V. M'Cann. in X. 1. Star. Departments. Spicy wagons after the pattern of this ship talking in tho hold may go on jawing, reason for using manure as a topdross-in- for some time. A person died of some if a fow chicks come from them they AX1"! b is that with tho manure so applied obscure disease of the heart under njfw "era and answers to corres took in getting to India, when, seeing so long as he sticks to that and don't ?Tr3; pondents, on sll housenow top-for clover, which he had labored for three months. will be weak and hard to raise. The A BEWITCHED SHIP. g& chlllren's paee, Hom a squall coming along, I sung out for frighten the men with an ugly mug nor we have arich seed-bohen herself becomes diseased, soon Puziles. wo. ATiasemt-n'shands to stand oy the main roval and come upon us for a man's allowance ' which makes a stand and vigorous At his death a pin w as found sticking breaks down and is an eyesore to the Home CooUIns, HoueVeep-- r if tho in his heart, wherein it must have been helps and hints, llruth i "About ten yeare 'ago," began my rnizzen topgallant halliards. It drove lf it's anybody'sghost.' said I. 'it must growth much more certain than for bejrianers whole Hock. The cocks aronotexempt. (ttndlr. aspeclal feature. la oU palTinc. be tho Italian's, the chap was starved manure was ploughed under. I believe for that length of timo. friend. Captain "Green, ! went as d down dark, and not know ing what was When too fat the aro unserviceable, n extra Sujrar Spoon, or frf-to be tho cheapest and best ferl mate of a ship named the Ocean behind I ordered the main ro3-ato be in the forepeak.' 'I doubt that,' said clover Let us now turn to the consideration impotent aud sterile, and might as well Tl,.i,r KvitK. If devired. will bo ciuo or 4, uhwhtouu given any King. She'd been and old Indiaman in clewed up and furled. Two youngsters the skipper. I didn't dotcct auything tilizer within reach of the larmer, and of another accident to which the heart bo cooped up for all they aro worth. In FortheCnreof Ktilney and ttver Com 1 wntjMJ.Ii- - , ,,.., u..cior-- . a trial her time, and had a poop and went aloft. By the time they were on foreign in what ho said. To raj" ear it that tho clovor will furnish a bettor is occasionally liable: that is, rupture act. ifioy roilly di. .lainijo by iDjurhffj TUatnU. CotmliuatliMi, soa ail airaruera forecastle, though alterations had the yard but I Eoundod more lika Whitoehapal than condition of soil for a succeeding crop or the breaking of tho heart A tho hens, and in no manner aro they To'troiceo'whosMa'crfiom anr of the illsceeti-linr to tfceir ass it is an unf tiling friend. AU knocked some of tho dignity out of her. fancied tlrcTtJHHHHP4h?ag Itallano.' Well, for another week wo of corn or wheat than the manure docs. "broken heart" is generally regarded, & except for market. Drnsrei'ta. One Dollar n bottle, or address Dr. on Her channels had been changed into down, and thougfibest to let the heard little more of tho ghost. It's Using) manure as a topdressin" be- except in cases of previous disease, as g is another evil; not Davitl Kenaody, Kondout, N. Y. plates with dead-eye- s above the rail, ordinary seamen roll the sail up. On true that one middle watch chap I had wheat when clover is sown as I but existing in the imagination of poets we mean to inrer that the fowls m and tho eye missed the spread of the a sudden down they both trotted hand sent aloft to loose the mainroyal had lieve it always should be enables the and sentimentalists. In theso cases we tint usually not suppliod with a First, it can eaily conceive how a diseased or arc A G9BE FOE 8&AVEL lower rigging that it naturally sought over hand, leaving the sail flapping in barely steerod out of tho lower figging, manure to do double duty. food, sui'h as is. but fowls 2 S & ,E5- tin looking at a craft with a square stern tho clutch of the clew lines. I roared after lingering in tho crosstrecs to over- largely increases the wheat crop, and weak heart may bo rupturod by any may boof underfed whilo it reveling apsecond, it grows a fertilizing crop undue emotion of the mind, such as A. Coisnan nnl Pnlnfkil Conplnlnt A. Staterr and windows in it, and checkered sides out: 'What d'ye mean by coming haul his clewlines, when he comes rush Honor at all fi8K.IT WORLTTS midst of ple'itv. in ment You Kny Coafliic In. reaching out into curves that made a down before you've furled that sailr ing up to me and cries out . 'I've been which requires no heavy hauling or fear, joy, grief or other excitement parently cornthe a terrib'ein'Hction to I EXHIBITIONS f'r See :leei Ye rs. Only w is vely David Kenbeea It complete tub of the old hooker. Yet, Thov stood together in tho mam ng- - hailed from aloft, sir ! a voieo has just ' spreading, rmt is just wiiorc tne tanner which overstrains an already debilitated a flock, and actual physical suffering U nedy,seam to have S. Y.. referred for I)r. tlTMsh his American Orga-.- Awarw-- mwb at any. Tor Cau, to accomplish. of Rwrioot. Cuy Iarnsnt or l.cntcl. spite of changes, the ging, and ono ot them answered: sung out , 'Tommv, jump aloft again "'nts it witnout extra lanor. xne only organ. B it it is very doubtful whether the conse' ento when certain elements preparation wl4elrkBOwn as ELISTXEDY'! ' objection I have ever heard urged a healthy humin heart was ever ac-- rUFRIGHT PSA.M05-:TrrcUCETn.', what o'hera have failed to grace would break through. She looked 'Please, sir, there's a ghost somewhere that I mav have a 'good look at you !' are lacking in the necessary req cofnpMta. ThesafcjonedlPtier'sr"!lefouiHlof vital cc prrvs like a ladj' who had seen better days, up aloft in tho forctopsail-yard- .' v rv h'c'tet 'A Who's up there?' I risked him, faring against tho practice is the extra labor tually "broken." Some surgeons aro of the system when it is orccd Interest to auSexen from gravel and to the geBero! adutBKiw all previous n n.!i who has got to do work which servants ghost, you fool'.' I cried, 'lcs, sir,1 he into the gloom where tho mast and of lining the manure. In reply to this o positive in respect to this point that to produce a particular article from pobU: tmurox e.nrj. oi"of ijrea erialo than any; toots aad lBcreaea irorr Aibjlst. March fflt lfSi. did for her in the times when she was answered. 'He says: 'Jaimy, your yards went towering. 'There's no ono I would say, first, that the plant can they consider it a physical impossibility, of SjwM.nc Kaf T 'J to the p irposes durabiUT: materials uml t M c als7,ea rcfc well off, but who, let her set her hand mother wants yer.' I says, 'What?' up there, sir; I'll swear it. I was bound j not use the manure till it is thoroughly while others of equal authority declaro intended. not adapted o' machinery is Dr. 1). Kenr.t&t, Iift!et T X. fT.r that I tune llln-No kind BU) Ml ncT- CO.. Bo. rsnlcly ' to do what she will, makes you see that and he save, Yourmoth?r"wants yer,1 to sco him had anyono been tliere,' ' decomposed; second, wo save enough that such accidents havo oc as'onally canable of weaving silk goods from erDs:ab Sir:ttalLet wmMMirv mratcini ashae e H VHI.-- MjCfSAX Mrjf't.Nf I belle ork, 40 te been I t ton. 1S4 notnintc writer tho breeding and the instincts are still in the hollowest o' voices. Dick here he answered, evidently very much labor n drawing to tho field in the duo to the violent con- hemp, nor can steam eng'nes bo built the majority af them to befrOIA TC nIe WhOfTl loan- iout 11th ist.: ChIuao. lit VTabah Atk. happened, being SOfmk.Mla af nhlttfaltlir (KOIPT catch there, and that she's as little to be vul- heard it. There's no one aloft frrlBK makes It occurred to "me that ' luced bulk and increased ease of hand traction of tho heart under oxoessivo of cotton. A hetcan not produce eggs Thy are reranreaalr toand ats iy lope of relle.. CTv jO riTsr-- i Kut ypar FAcheat la garized by poverty and its coarse struge? 1 know by r.aiwiy experience to sir.' I sung out for them to some one of the crow might bo lving ling to largely compensate for thiswill emotions of the mind. i 44 AAA . mm. t if lime is lacking, nor can sho supply tho VORITE REMBDT Wn?. I hadbsen a sufferer from different gles as she could be made a truer lady jump aloft again, and finding that they hid in the top. and that it i could catch bor: and lastly, this lino manure If all caes of death by supposed growth of her own body when the prod- be a totallyyears, and hod roorted to many eminent gravel for that broken heart were carefull' examined, earn of permanent Than she is by money. Ships, like hu- didn't move I made a spring, on which him I might find out who the ghost cover a much larger area than 12, for relief, Ia. L. 3llH h tO., uct takes possession of tnat which physicians three year tut noyour r A'. ORITE EME-It. About Uw rSC!5CI"SWI'A'(V8;0ac,!r' payfrran ao man beings, have their careers, and the they dropped like lightning on deck, was. So I jumped into the rigging and which is coarse ami lumpy. Waldo V was rccoraaended to me. I can clvo you the rewe might perhaps clear up this curious should support herself. Naturo gives It cured me comclose of some of them is strange and and began to beg and pray of me in the trotted aloft keeping mv eye on the lee Brown, in N. Y. Tribune. and interesting subject Dr. F. C. her what we c ill an appetite, which is sult In a 1sentence: I tried It and life. You can usa pletely. cm oosftdetit It saved my experience wyeara; oura. et c, sometimes hard, I think, Tho Ocean cagerest manner not to 6endthem aloft, rigging, to make sure that no ono dethis letter If yoa thin best. for circulars and Jas. Clark, in Youth's Companion. only an indication o that which she rc- JtJLltiA AtM.1.1. l??&cloRMICK. A bOK, Cincinnati. OUo. The Pilch Doctors. King had been turned into a collier, as they were too frightened to hold scended by it I gained the top, but quires, and we are all familiar With tllO CaptamXathan Aetley was for a long time con-- ,' . ..... necieu nn tne wu" Appraiser1 - office In Albany. i CJtbtl and I went second mate of her when she on. Indeed, the fellow named Jim nobody was there. I mounted to the act r habits of ruost fowls, and notice .i - - i KflJlic TKhb T?, HSRS. bUnaaonsfur- Enormous sums of money would be Helswelltnownanawrnesiof "o vn The Prima Donua's Oysters. was full up with coal for a South Afri- actually began to shiver and cry when crosstrecs, but the deuce a sign of any " "" .Jac-. nib-d- . .u.r VJ.i"tTiir when wo change the food they accept can port. Yet this ship, that was now 1 threatened him; so as the roval had one could I sec. I came down, feeling amassed by a celebrated doctor amrtletae for an readily. Feedinjr is Ahand'OTflftBoofcef lOpaesor.1 A famous European prima donnn the newof variety carrying one of the dirtiest cargoes yon to be furled 1 sent a couple of able sea both foolish and scared; for j'ou see I in tho days of academic prosperity. fairly won lis high reputation. & CcrthiuwortltMl.fnt free.tU f U the supplying the proper food, 1TV 11EMEDY has Kennedy. hondout, could name, barring phosphate ma men alott, wno, aiier rolling up the had heard the Acoxtea Union Pub. Cu, X ewaric, X. J. in the hold, To retaiu his services a university who visited this country not manv not art much in quantity as in quality IJ.Y. dellraUe. to D. David f ' so would give him almost any terms years ago was exceedingly quiet in her nure, nau ueeu recKonea in iier aav a sail, came down and said that no voice there was no question that there was a If we watch tho fowls they will easily line pas3enger-vessea noble Indiaman, T had called to them, and that they voice, belonging to nobodj knew what, he liked to ask. Taddoo, of the tastes and her manner of living, and on tell us they . if you are indeed her tonnage was something rather reckoned it Was a Jilt of sfcv. knocking about the ship, and conse- Florentine University, Villani tells us, arriving at our shores proceeded with feedingwhat throw down a few hand-ful- s OF corn was the most reputed medical man of her suite (of one) her maid to one of over eleven hundred with a cuddy ii larking on the part of the boys to get quently it was now impossible to help & EY GE?f. G. T. EEATJHEGAHB. graphically Illustrated they greedily take the oats. ted up royally. Jlauy a freight of sol- out of stowing the sail. However, I believing a man when ho said he his day. He was deemed a second Hip- the boat and most ovclusivo hotels of oats of leavoIftho corn, it indicates number and more tan twenty pictures, la a leading feature pocrates, and summoned by tho rich to New York. diers had she carried round the noticed that tho two men were wonder- heard it. ith a fnncy for someotTnxCsrnntT Magazine. This article la thebeghiniagof aecricaof of Italy. The Pope fell ill thing of a feast after her operatic per- that they require something else. Try cape, many an old nabob had she fully quick over the job, and that after"However, it was necessary to keep all parts papers, to appear In The CLSTrar, on tho great hattlca of ths bone, pounded conveyed aye, and Indian potentate?, ward the watch on deck etook talking the men in heart and this was not to and sent for him; when asked his fee formance, she determiucd to test the grass, meat, ground "War for tho Union, written by general ollkcra Wgh In command oa oyster shells, cooked vegetables who smoked out of jexvelod hookahs, iu low voices in the waist. Jim was a be done by Captain and mates appear- Taddeo claimed 100 ducats a day, at New York oysters, of which she had both sides, Including Gcnerala Geast, LoxcsrnEET, McClellax, will accept of j atTd.a49sssssM BEAtmnoAED, HILL, Tore, IiosncEAX3, Admiral Poetek, and others and who were waited upon by crowds fool of a youth, but Dick was a smart ing scared; so I reasoned a bit with the which the invalid Pope remonstrated. heard so much in praise. When the all reject which they to their reaccording Tho aim Is to present Interesting personal experiences the otHcere of black servants in turbans "and slip- lad, aged about nineteen, and good man, told him tliat tnerc were no such Taddeo was firm, told stories of what performance was over the songstress or Feed rogularly, and own stories of their plans and operations. Tho illustrations will ba him returned at once to her apartments at quirements. pers. I used to moralize over her, just looking, with a lively tongue, and I things as ghosts, that a voice was bound large sums other Princes had given more than they will cat loll and acenrato; and accompanying papers oa "Recollections of a as 1 would over a tomb, when 1 had the heard afterward that he could spin a to come from n live person, because a arul hinted at stinginess on the part of her hotel, and summoned a servant in never feed They will walk away from Private," also bc?nn ia November, will add valno to a series which tho watch, and was alone, and could let yarn to perfection all out of his imagin- specter could u t possibly have lunirs. his Holiness. The Pope recovered from the customary manner. Tho waiter up clean. soon as conductors ot The Cestcrt believe to ba the most important ever they have enough. the food as my thoughts run loose. The sump- ation. 1 called him to me and assed those organs being of a perishable na- his sickness, and, "to purge from him- soon appeareil and some oysters were undertaken by them. Tho November Cextcey also contains flrsS ground. leave it on chapters ot a new novel, tho story of an American business man, by tuous cabin trappings were all goue,and if he had really heard a voice, and he ture, and then tent him forward, but self all suspicion of avarice," ho sent ordered. Just here it may be said that Neverand late, and tho them get Feed huu-grlet IV. D. Howcll3; a timely paper on "How Shall vm Elect Our Pres10,000 ducats. The tho maid relircd at once to her own early I seemed to smell coal in tho wind, swore he had. 'Did it say,' said I. no easier in his mind, 1 suspect, than I Taddeo no that is, have regular intervals beidents " short stories by " Undo Remus "and others, and a number even when my head was over on the 'Jimmy, your mother wants you?' wjii. Anyhow I was glad when eight doctor was a man of pious intent and room with a headache, so the oysters ThU issue begins a new volume. Yearly of strildns illustrations. tween meals. The practice of keeping weather ?ide," and the breeze that blow 'Ay, sir,' he answered, with a bit of a bells were" struck and it was my turn to spent this splendid fortune on the erec- were ordered for only one. "How many feed and newsslnflo numbers, S3 cts. All by them ail the time promotes an along came fresh across a thousand shudder, 'as plain as you yourself say go below. But, as 1 have said, nothing tion of a church. The University will you have? asked the waiter. excess of fat. Allow as much exercise dealers tee? It. The Cextubt Co. '. Y. Publishers. Ask for tho miles of sea, but there was a good deal it. It seemed to come off tho much came of this, at least nothing that of Modcna gave Suzzara 2,50 lire "How many?" said the lady, at tho as possible. Throw lloor or of the fittings left, fittings which I don't I fancied I .ee reached my ears. But uot many nights and a piece of land in their same timo thinking, "I feel as if I in the yard, place in hay on thohandfuls where it a few district on condition that he would could oat a thousand, I am so hungry;" floubt mado tho newspapers give a long something dark a moving: but I was too following the ship lay bceaTrned there do not of some kind account of this fine, great ship, when frightened to take particular notice.' wasn't a breath of air, and the sea la' live among them for his life. Suzzara but only added with a manner indi- receive often, of grain that they and let them hunt and jhe was launched, quite enough of them accepted the gifts, but the anuals of his cating that she had lived on oysters all 'Well, it was not long after this, smooth as polished jet. This time I ) BSKTJ "fflTH YOTJS OSPEBTj growing OUT TKIS.OUT A2TD ( to enable a man to construct a picture about eleven o'clock in the morning, had tho middle watch again. 1 was life show that ho did not stick to his her life "you may bring a hundred!" scratch for it. Feed much corn.ehicks Oats liberally, avoiding too . nr of the cuddy of the Ocean King as it that, tho Captain being on deck, the walking quietly up and down tho poop, part of the bargain, for he wandered She noticed on replying that a suris L r l.&,: warm in tho H& was in the days of her glory, when tho cook sierxL out of tho galley, comes on tho lookout for a deoper shadow up- from plaeo to place amassing wealth, prised expression covered the face of ground'and fed feeds that canmorning be given. one of tho best -- UftC 'fcofttofl lamps shone bright on the walking along the poop, and, going up on tho sea to indicate the approach of and died far away from Modena. Suz- tho servant, about which she only menX -?a ze"Jv nr sji .'TVs - .? iQfi a.o urapeu tables anil sparkled on silver to the skipper, touches his cap and wind, when a man came up the ladder zara was a man "who e.xtremely loved tally questioned, and took up a foreign Always give whole grains at night. In vr j &;&&, summer give no corn except once or dress, great professor though ho was. W. and glass, when the old skipper, kitting stands looking at him. 'What d'ye and said: 'There's some ono whilo the man was leat iiig tho P. r u "2S I S 1.o. twice a week. Vegetables and grass is FOR SALE BY with tho mizzeumast behind him, would want?' said the Captain, eyeing him as to the ship under the bows.' 'Aro you I e is reproachfully alluded to by a oom. Some time passed, the lady .t j. i"iAJ". ro. bYisrss fellow-docto- r much better for them. Laying hens thus. "Men of science looic, with his rod face and white hair, if he took him to be mad. n 'Didn't you awake?' said I. 'Heaven help me, as I rff.:i:vT..cv at the delay, when a knock caroa must have meat or milk. Eggs cannot ., &; s DRUGGISTS, down the rows of ladies and gentlemen call, sir? says the cook. 'Call!' cries stand hero, sir.' exclaimed the fellow, should not go about in silken robes at the" door and in walked five mon mafe-riwithout nitrogenous - c&r . y v i,i. pith iiiirc3 auu nuiijuuuuui". eating and drinking, stewards running the skipper" The solemnly, 'if that there woice which covered with colored embroidery, such bearing trays half filled with plates be produced shape. Bones are almost 'Certainly not.' v in some ?J : TTabout, trays hanging from the deck, man looked stupid with surprise, and talked iu the hold t'other day ain't now as Suzzara used to wear." Again, containing on the half sheil, da not hace it, ttnd order direct. It fhea V.1 and globes full of gold fish swinging to muttering something to himself went over the side. I ran forward and fonud Professor Baldo spent a wandering life lemons, crackers, water, napkins, etc. absolutely essential. Above all, howa, noetor Book aaC0B2Pnit3 :,o..:jl'.j;-in spite of an oath to remain in one A single glance at tho first tray ex- ever, givo pure, clean, fresh drinking .the roll of the vessel as she swung forward. Ton minutes after he most of the watch huddled together caca xxjiifcAa '. 'v.Tv'-ir.- i ji water. Southern Slock Journal rcv STAHDAR3 PSttt stately, with her stunsails hanging out came up again to the skipper and near the starboard cathead. 1 peered university. Ho taught for thirty-thre- e 0.f,:o( plained to the lady the surprise she had 1 v, .p, Go over tho long blue swell wrinkled by says 'Yes. sir!' as a man might who over, and there was a dead silence. years in his native Perugia, and then noticed on the face of the servant who SI..CO. r ?. II 'vO A Remarkable Tutu. u- wnt. rr at the Florentine Uni- had answered her bell; but not a questhe wind. Tho ship is still atioat. answers to a call. The skipper began What are you looking over that side passed rix' w &?: teSsFH 7Z SSttS anX Where aro the people she carried? Tho to swear at him aud called him a luna- for? I'm here'.' &aid a thin, faint voice versity; from thenco he went for three tion was asked nor a word spoken. The . .:.v.ay V" q A A lady in Newport who honor? me ?tz crews who have worked her? The tic, and so on, but the man, finding that that seemed more in the air than in the years to Bologna, for one to Pisa, for plates, glasses, etc., were arranged on with hef friendship, owns a remarkable captains who have commanded her? he was wrong again, grew white, and sea. ' There!' exclaimed one of the sea- three to Padua, and for ten to Pavia, the various tables in the room, and the dog. He is a King Charles spanitl, I There is nothing that should be fuller swore that if ho was on his deathbed men, in a hoarse whisper. 'That's the where he died worth a largo sura of lady was loft alono with her feast! STREET, CHICAGO. believe. The dog is certainly a bcaoty, NATIONAL LlVC ZrnrK ttrMTOY CO.. 175 DEARBORN of ghosts than an old ship: and I very he'd maintain that the Captain had third time. Whichever sido we look, money. This moving to and fro was a She realized that sho had unwittingly with his silk' coat, his long cars aad well remember that when I first visited called him twice. Tho skipper, who he's on theother.' 'But there must be curious feature in Italian university life plaved a joko upon herself which sho his sympathetic eyes. I don't know the Victory, at Portsmouth, and de- was a rather nervous man, turned to mo somo ono in tho water,' said another for not only did tho professors travel) determined no one in the hotel should his name; it is "Too-too."Tutu," or scended into her cockpit, what I saw and said: 'What do you make of this, man. 'Anybody see his houtlinc? Cuss but they were followed by most of their know. Her feast ended, anil sho wonPURGATIVE Toto," they all sound alike, and dovotod scholars who at the timo were was not a and cleanly Mr. Green? I can't "doubt tho cook's nio if I couldn't swear I see a chap dered how in the world sho could dis never have seen the dear dog's name length of massive deck, but groups of word. Who's calling him in my voice?' swimmin'justnow.' 'Kb, no,' answered Demg lnsiructeu Dy tnera; tints tho de- pose of the dozens of great oysters left spoiled out. When this famoas dog i! o wounded and bleeding aud dying men O, it's some illusion, sir,' said I, feel- some one grufly, 'nothing but phospho- parture of a celebrated professor meant there untouched. In a moment moro on exhibition in the beautiful home ol B BeS S si c fc. J littering the dark lloor, and the hatch- ing rather puzzled for all that But tho rus, Joe, and the right sort o' stuff too, a regular exodus from the place they she opened tho window, and, one by mv friend, he does wonderful thuigii t - j . ft TflT.lBTl. . rmt left and V. way shadowed by groaning figures cook, with the tears actually standing for if this ain't Old Nick ''You're when a signal for great rejoicings one, took the oysters at the end of her uis mistress, giving mm a oit ot a POISOH, and Skin they arrived at their proposed 0"?,iLI' 4 T?f. fcm r M pimtr.Moctieello..yia-- " handed below, while the smell of En- in his eyes, declared it was no illusion; a liar, Sam" came tho voico clear and, as she cracker, savs: "Tutu, there is sugar in fanoeQ and threw'tliem out as far rana.hemujraluablac.t ......- u.c no glish, French, and Spanish gunpowder, ho'd know the Captain's voico if it was as ono could swear, plain from over the destination. Not only tho cities but fork in all directions, till each shell this, and sugar costs a good deal of paTt rT nmt.... ataasa. uiTOf.- -". tnlormaUon, -,oTt?JRrN ft CO... J103XUK . JUM, In -- w. could, uiudis for t cu. la even down there, was so strong phew! nino miles off, and then ho walked in a side. There was a general recoil, and the Popes aud Emperors gavo to ,the was emptied. Another knock was heard money." Iho dog takes a little bite dazed way to the forecastle, singing out a sort of groan ran among the mon. At professors lare gifts to our friend and answered. The waiters again en- and in his mouth hands -- if a doj: . I could have spat tho flavor out. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, Jfc3r2??W Molea. Wart. Freck.es. loih Patches, "Well, tho old Ocean King had once that whether the voico ho had heard be- the same moment I collared a figure Giovandrea, oi Bologna, Pope John tered, found the lady alone at the table, ray 3 IgSteik l,nl,, i tli?nrr in lt?a mnntn tlm Erupt !o. s. Bcars.anl all Disfigurements r?FS WMtM 111 tlSI FAILS. upon a time been said to bo haunted. longed to a ghos$ or a Christian man, standing near mo and slewed him round XXII., gave a feudal estate and in rcadin" as before, and not a vestigo of of the cracker oack. If he is told that and Imp.-r- f asof ttie Faccllanfis 7Z l. if lvatloccn syrup Taste soud. jn sou rr- - s She had certainly been long enough it might go on calling 'Cook!' for the to bring bis face fair to the starlight, their old age they were woll looked an ojsFer in sight The look of surprise the cracker is cheap, that it did not cost tPeart h rireaiur-ui- . '" uae in urns. ouiaciuniKBu. Ufi tJ .lohn H. TVofxlbiirr. :I7 N. . afloat to own a hundred stories, and she next twenty years without his taking clear of the staysail. 'Conio you along after. British Quarterly Bctiew. I H&.Jijftt'f i.n.l lilr fnr'wvV which met tho lady as sho glanced at anything, he eats it greedily. Some- i- ftXinV f hV". Alht. was so sjtaunch and true that if ever a farther notice of it This thing coming with me, Master Dick,' said I, and I JM tho faces of the servants, was ample times he is told: "Tutu, there is poison, Hand-Boo- k FREE. superstition got into her there was no so soon after the call to Jimmy that had marched him off the forecastle, along In tho provinco of San Pedro, Bra- compensation in every respect for the in that cracUer: don't eat it." Then oi ii.inripiifi Ilo learn Tele-nhy- . rUitiK "" a. 1. 1 ACKY, chance of 'us getting out again. I only so alarmed tho two ordinary seamen, the main deck, and up on to the poop. zil, tho destruction of all eucalyptus mistake she had made. Sho has often he paws it to pieces and puts it nway PATENT! Iu. s.Au'ys. Waahinstoa. D.C. ffilAl Ha I 1 eisitli and m Ann Aibur. Mich. 'Patent Colics. Cum. lUt. Iree. remember one of these yarns; it was made a great impression on tho crew, So yon'rethe ghost, eh?' said I. 'Why, trees has boon ordered. It appears tha. told tho storv since, and assures her 'rom him. In everj'thing ho shows inXOOl toldjto me by the dockmaster, vho had and I never regret inything more than to havo kept your secret you should tho tree favors the generation of a A.N.K-- E. SCHOOL, ORRESPONOENGE BUSINESS f riend3 that siio can never forget nor tellect and intelligence. Darwin, if dangerous dragon fly, which at- cease to enjov her first feast of New been at sea for many years; was an, old that my position si&uldhavo prevented have given my elbow a wider berth. remember, cnibits a very pretty G 4jlJtaliifcUieTiu,:.y. loanMcnaaa worn" WKiTi to AYramKti whes thniHinffhir DreDredfnp nt home. Book . man, and knew the history of all such me from gettiag jto their confidence, No wonder the voice only makes ob- tacks all living creatures, and whos York oysters. Boston Saturday Even- Jon between intellect and intefligeuco. Iteepms. iZtuiQcii rorm, tin !e FcuiiuniMp, Annuaeuc, iVj. ittcji uciiir nii M t&s QcfrM King, fle sid that, and leMBiBg tWr thoughts, for there is servations ia my watch." You're too sting is fatal within a levy minutes. ; ing Gantic fi.n fetadier ctraalan. I - In '51, 1 think was. tfcar had been a row among thoitcrew; an Italian sailor stabbed an Englishman, who bled to death. To avenge the Englishman's death the rest of the crew, who were chietly English thrust tho Italian into the forepeak and let him lie there in darkness. "When he was asked for they reported that he had fallen overboard, and this seemed to have been believed. Whether tho crew meant to starve him or not. is not certain' but after ho had been in tho forepeak three or four days a fellow going behind the galley out of the way of the w;nd to light his pipe- -lt being then four bells in the first watch came running into the forecastle with 44 kn r... 1 fore-hol- d; fit-ten-cd flddle-box- rLY-Tiu- r baso-ball-is;- 's rto-man'- g w J Klip-Fla- p one-four- th three-fourt- jiro-ducin- g ?1 single-hande- to-da- y j j n o f, . pil-eono- as Flip-Fla- p s. CAYAlSRf tow-rop- e, Hack-ach- e, base-bal- Flip-Fla- p die-awa- y yi msyfax low-keade- d, bushy-stemme- fell-T- hen: long-handle- d fine-toothe- d ht .tti wm&m &pyHil AiS-.ui.i.- sja CTerj-wter-- imz i bn.vKR-Pi.ATZ- i i trlple-pUte- -. I ; ... 4. ff ,.,-..-.-.- .! sur-nn- -. ..-.. -- AlfBD 5S d 1 0 Rffo L. . scc-ou- KEiiEDY A top-gal-Ja- nt theMjjpd. iyA?0M : ".i n:-b- uflM Under-feedin- in Jt y mm -- fc.x-ck- is s rK dre-mant- -s cac--- ll nt-aio- ,! secur-lmtm- o' l e,r-.a.- ! r S T-r- ao . for-rard- s, delu-'on- VfX?" i. iU fc "T4- . m I .! PHOKr-EAJ.- TYi'E-VyXITr- e 'lrTOV- voice-mysel- ip eep-ara- to l, de-dre- "THE BATTLE BULL RUN," e2?Ser I yf an rak 7 'iW; 1 boot-seller- s forotop-gallant-yar- d, IOYEMBEE CENTURY. . -- v&m v-T"- n. &$&S1 .- won-deri- n" .r ... -o. '1 al -- s J&J. x -- -- ov - J six-year- s jLW ? -- o3y' l83 viVV 5e ss " well-preserv- KllflflfliMlil I 1 . 1 a illwf'' sflB&wsa Die . -- i-a s 7 PILLS .!-.- -..- jiu t .- ft c-- i 2?$i a - i - a -- i rt-I- ter-ribl-y -. - -- CSTM 7rItmT r25-- : - ": V - t. ffF frfsc HT' .., r-i rS?it' - rrr "- -''-- i tt wmjsM t - . wirs ;. r itmt , i . .ion t?bti t f ft Wjajpi!;1. ,"Wtt-j- 5 - A V t4. . r - gLJ'mijtC.-i-- ' 1 i i i mi LOCAL NEWS. z7 I 1 II Don't overwork Doirt make tlio field too broad. Beware of dealing with unsuccessful men. j Let overy Democrat go to tbo polls next Tuesday. Muko friends, but don't encourage favorites. Keep down expenses, but dou't be penurious. Keep a high vitality. Sleep well, oat well, enjoy life. bticlc m your chosen pursuit, but not to chosen methods. Use DENTAL SCOTCH SNUFF, Pon".. wory. i. ?7 5 4. UPEM0R.S00TC11 li e market, lTLiUA or SNUFF, tho best in & DKUOW. V, buOrue Agents. A party of men, unknown, on Tuesday night laRt, took a enrpen- tor by the name of Scruggs, up me miiroau, pauueu "is iee black, and gave him peremptory orders to leave the community, and not to stand on the order of his going but to go at once, it appears that Scruggs, who lite been in this community, but a short time, was suspected of be inga common thief, and was so notified by the parties who took him in hand. We don't know anvthii cr of tlio specific charges, but tho man Scruggs appears to have built up a bad reputation the shoit time he was here. Among others, Scrnggd was puspected of havii g robbed a Mr. Lutiu, who rame hoi o from Hannibal, Mo., to buy logs; and Mr. John Oliver, a citizen of tins county, who was robbed in Hickman some weeks ago. o-U- I Fulton County Court Claims. r Uotirt o( countv at Oi Ooiober 13th 8S4: Aoff. BkctiM H C Diho, fws List of claims allowed against Faltoa v Uaie iielU ( DCJfget. W H VS llU.SInftKd. S A II J Xcvaan, WWthrter, Jndge GrwH, Gk ! 1" SmttT Jno K JleOsliss, Wrk 8sres. , I" ikerlff in ZM 27 IU0 ail sat 2tt 3tO0 3 00 v BBS JCwi, W A O Juat rereived, a fine selection 6f CJb, HoIbk-s- IbWetUwrM, Iiriurgw, LHErsrstt, IS Ck Jw JtmJS BABY I lieriff Hwk BUGGIES ALSO T EE AnffliwiPfl FfPP The latest Drama entitled h all fJB'naariffi J Sim IWvtinxu, Mlfv n RWMthvtsnooil' StHff A T ThoanMB. eh H F Taylor, II MHrreH. F DaekbaiH, 2W sou SOU C s;s too sou sso 2W 20U Jpe Job, Ji! AUTCQlATI.0 PARLOR MANTLE BED. New Goodsof all grade in my line. Call and Examine. PiUOrs Ix)w. Will tmt It undtrtold N. Ii. I.tlJilKivetUe finaH line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS cror brought to Il'pfemaii. CUitomers imtiiotv c,.,.,,.t t ,:, 1 FEAII NOCOMPtllTIOX, AS MY G00lS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS, THEIR imifiHTNESSLAsT WTIRV imVai.s i.-- nv himy the ; place, on tlieoppo'ite corner from l'laut Bro'e. & Co., under tlho Nevr Don'i forget " uvu viii iinuij-can --dtpe,,j can ueiore inlying UlM)1( jijiUg anything in my hou-KY'Mi that In Kept in a first claw ur Dre'Ktti. F B Attabarry. U v El, uratc, Jta f Etlritr Clrk WAR ON HIGH PRICES, will be played to perfection. The great Vocalist "UNCLE TIM," assisted by a choir of other Vocal Stars will sing J.ow Prices until you are charmed, and will load yourself like a sensible person, with many of tho bargains now being oftcred, consisting of all the novelties of the eoaeon. Uress uoods. a big variety, irom a nice Brocade at 4c per v ard to a fine Black Silk, Trimmings, Buttons, &c, to exactly match all. Nico Ginidiams at oc ncr yard, sood Canton Flannel at 5c. Full 4 HeaW Domestic at oc ner vard, Gray Blankets n0( All rrood "Fresh Goods- picked up by chance, and good for heart disease. The handsomest line of Ladies and Misses "Wraps, ever offered in th6 City, (the latest styles). Ladies and Misses hne Limommade Shoes every pair warranted A full line of our Mr. Plaut's Custom Boots and Shoes. Nothing like them in the city. We warrant every pair; try them. ,,. 4-- DCXugvtit, Joshua .N)ior, W h Abxawkr, U O Peaaho, Osk 1 C court ' :xi " " " eUIs, J, 2i ISM SOU goods are sold. Enter ;. o ir charges when the Don't wait. to can cora, can be had at Muse & Shaw's and John WItting's, also evaporated apples &nd Dr. Wilson's Evaporated Corn, Superior quinces. The World's fair at New Or-lea- us to the Southerners. will bo the next attraction DENTAL SCOTCH SXUF will pre serve the teeth, FUQUA & DEBOW, Wholesale Agents. S-r- a. Tlio Louisville exposition closed Saturday night with an attendance of 40,000 people. PURE country made APPLE VINEGAR, t Cotrjiir Drug Store. Sp K:k i row. ' T B FerreH, SIM Hon. W. J. Stone, the Demo- J S Beai, J J Jaii, 3l : cratic nominee for Congress in TUoi. Urndshaw. " see II, aeeonnl G K the first Congressional district, J W ilcConiif pauper BiedlialAffi lumVpr, 6 25 Cowzill. acoaut. will address tho people of Fulton J K Outton, inedtcal priwaor in jail, II 50 T r YTiiburo .t Co., pauper osltlas, IM , mat. County, in tho City Hall, in Ilick 49 S5 trcfsw, ia W, 1883, man, ivy., Saturday, Iov. 1st, on J A Collins, account pr Wlllg clilkl,aupplton 5 74 J A jatt, snignteJiccj TlioDms te the political issues of tho day, and C Myera, 54 M S on the issues of the pendiug Con- J W Coram Co. jll n.l eourtWe rv1Us,33 00 J W MayfleM, briigeoa Lunafonl roJ, gressional race. All other candi J WMaiieia, ritrios bridg on MaySoM auJMU, dates for Congress are respectful- J II Loaders, rfgslag grar Ac, for pauper, 36 00 3M 30 W ly invited to be present. A divis- Itrael Clirk,cuno;? Mtl creek brc. J do K 31orr, pauper Bifxlieul aerouQt, 10 00 ion of time will bo accorded. Tho W m IcmJ, bridge lumber. State line, 6 37 U C Doano, serTicee at bridge Democracy hopo that as many vo E C Carter, building bridge oa coinBilsfoser, 1106 09 Shuck road, ters of Fulton county as possible A V Corum, bridso lumber, i W wrnm, uuiiaing onogeon naseow read maybe present on thrs occasion L B Jmlth, building bridge ou Mef sow rd, t 7i 8 W ShHtk road, w ,.C.otUr buillug bridge cm de A Juniryor' Opinion of Interest to AH vr ,J. Chien bridge. 17 ft "ecuriBR liayon el"ler, lumber brge, J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorney of v ,V Johnon, account for Sheriff and cash fer 11 40 as ucw-u- a U r BB Atwtwrrj, W Jonw, aim sou sou 300 300 II affl M o Respectfully, 353 " ETTTB UL a GSrJ.E3.X33r3S: FR,?B".,Fl STii-- s 1 J3 L KM 4 imfStFhs !HB?li nm JfLAtr ADMISSION "ty 4i ? IKTO flDB SHOW, ""r. bridge. Ms Cleveland attends a great Democratic meeting In Rochester, X. Y.j Note Plant's low prices. The Methodists of Ilickman liavo nearly secured enough sub-scr.ptio- ns to build a parsonage. Yon can save 25 per cent in prico, and 0 per cent in quality by buying FURNITURE at E. T.GARDNER'S. Winona, .Minn., "Alter using it io more than three years, I take great plea ure in stating that I regard Dr. King's New discovery for Consumption, r.s the best remedy in the world for Coughs anJ Colds It has never failed to euro the wot severe colds I have had, and invariably relieves the pain in tire chest." Trial Bottle;? of this sure cure for all Throat and Lung Diseases may behadFrfe at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. Large sir S1.00. writes.-- j ,f n H!1 My. TarJ CJnim AalAnsw ecnrlnK brWm, cceunt, lock. Bait., Ac. accuunt 2 moutlu taUrj csool lo0 ;j3s 3 10 tot 8ent bndge lumber Moscow road, ;i3 30 Buchanan, account jail suvplles, H45 rren, account for primiHs. V."" 6 40 Jr., lumber for euliert, w r 300 J wti ,rR Lo' ,uu,ber for Jail, com. account former bridge 100 U ay, account for lamber, ate of Jbo Wit where you ran sea the grKftctVarioty of Mens, Youths and Boys Furnishing Goods, and Clothing, from the cheapest to the finest Suits, mado specially to our order, and guaranteed the best fitters in the market. Grand lecture each day from some of the leadingorators in Mercantile circles, upon the importance of buying Goodaof PLxYTJTBRO'S. & CO., and save your money. The best makes of "We, Jn t- li"'b". TOaNER'S RESIDENCE, ThoC) large and the Answer, "For, tho special information FLAUT BEOS. & CO, The political meetings in Xow York, Indiana, &c, go noui 10,000 to 100,000 people. Excitement is u.i bounded. The Democrats of Virginia confidently claim that they will have a majority of 10,000 in that State for Cleveland ami Hendricks. The Kontucky editors are to leave Louisville on the 17th of November for the City of Mexico. The rou i.d Uip oulj costs $G0. Blaine and his hippodrome is trausftrred to Now Jersey and Connecticut, and will continue to give free exhibitions up to next Tuesday. There are 1,000 convicts in tho lrgium- penitentiary, and not a ihem. Law- single lawyer a'ttO yers must, bo as smart thoro as - VrowQ' Bush low The Xntshvillo American, in - B Jones, 7'oriosrvicu a. creek bridge,, day e .f bridge oo 14 00 J Baylor, 7 days terticos as bridge cosi.r 14 IM its Saturday issue, claims to have A '"RiMan, I years sseuu mrvkes oo. atty., established beyond question the A D Kinjrman. aeiiMint vurhnA twii 115 Bridsee fact that arms aud ammunition Daniel"res1 A Co., bridge on aute and 10 W rd. have been shipped in large quan- xv t, Taylor, account, IncIudlBg Sheriff eettte. meot, tities from Washington to Louis- T J Little A Co, assignees W II nopper for ijg v iana, not only over tho Louisville lib uriuge on uayou o unfa la 18 , 16 06 County Judge, and Nashville but also by the Il- K 8 Murrell, salary as aettlateat wuh C S O, 400 90 Murrell, accouut 900 bridge account, 2 linois Central road. Tho 'last con- J M Wright, pauper coffins, V M Shuck, SO) signment that passed through B O'Duniel, pauper nwdical necBt, 38 W C A liolcootbe. drugs for prleoaers, 7. Nashville comprised live cases of ? P Taylor, Account, 1300 J W B ytbe, pauper account, 18SJ, Henry rifles, consigned to the B F 300 64130 Chairman of the Louisiana Repub- A A Thomaivou Jail account, to date, Kari., pauper medical accouut. 14 00 T P Fortune A Co SO OS lican State Committee. A C Holmo, I map of Fulton eouoty, 1 ,paupe'-Bie4.aooan- Jno fitting, supplies to paupers, iM ,, rk (eokred,) o cre iuBatlc, T J allace, repair- - on Jail, V, Jlctlelland, bridge lumber, 1863, 15 90 t& t76 4 00 W of Tist Sunday afternoon Nat Murphey died at his Mr. resi- mi 3 where. 3 He was in his TGth year, aud up to u t 3 ID 3UI the time of tho illness which occaills child, support of, fsr 1 year. 68 sioned his death, was quite active Totol.. for one of his age. Ho wnH sick but a few weeks before tho disease, congestion of the bowels, The following amounts were allowed and terminated fatally. Fulton Ful orderod lo be paid out of jil fund in Sher' ? iffs hands : touinn. Joshua Naylor, dence six miles west of this city. FBAtteberry, Dlf Biikiason, WB Jones, TB Kerrrll, JereJonas, Joshua Nay lor, T Gardner, account for H C Bouaho, 1 day D C Xegent, ' asattrees, Ac, this aourt, ' 1174 900 see those c redulous honest souls who have beon following and voting for Chicar Turner for the past Gpn Implements, tfce. Pistols and Pistol Cartridges. Brass and Paoer eight wears upon tho idea ho has Shells. Diamond Grain Powder, Chilled Shot. Wads, and u rronnml ne ' o reside I, during all these yoars, of Ammunition. Also, Hunting Coat.s, and Hunters Gum Boots. and still resides in this district, we givu below a transcript from These Goods will be sold at Bottom Prices. tho tax Assessor's book for Jefferson, county, together with a certificate of authenticity from Mr. Willia L. Bingo, who is a clerk in the Auditor's oiSce: Oscar Turn"Name of er: two tracts of land, valued at $8,000 and $300; one town lot, n $1,100; S horses, valued at $100; per 100. W EJ total value t 47 cents $10,0C0; males over 21 years CS3Z ".v,; vfjw SSSEZS white, 1; legal voters white, 1; children between 0 and 21 years, Have i tax-payer, HBPFPhiiiAMP mi nfFI w of "We Who Made tlw Low Prices $ --X03- is announce vo our menus and the public zonerallv. thnl we hnrn received n li iniraenpo ntock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit ihe trade of parties wish uy. We can show all stylos of Furniture in plain &d fancy. a fii Inn !. Al, ml 0 1 U r A M t pi ted propthe to make our prices to suit the spirit of the tlmt. Ton wa sert swrd never leave our houto to look for cheaptr iroods. Vc prooee to eell m hv as anv reuil Furniture store in the "Purchase. Vcrv respectfully, JOU need 1." in stode'and ure daily receiring a cotaplcto line of Hardware andjCutlery, T. F. WILBUBN & CO, rooms in now Old Fellows building. ZfiyAll kinds of Repairing done on short notice, and In a wocktwuwhrp style vc are prepare! to give special inducements r.s iiyS.ore ' i Rt. Bov. Thomas U. Dudley, Mrs. ifargoret F. Cobb, wife B'shop of the Diocese of Kon- of B. F. Cobb, died, in II ickimia. tucky, will preaoli in St. Paul's Oct. 24th, ISS-i-. Tho deceaeeft rhurch, Hickman, Nqv. 20th and wan born Jan. 4, IS40, and wN 21f.t. therefore 41 years 9 months days old. She was an excell Let Wch Democrat in Fulton true and correct transcript of eaid county thy otn next Tuesday to lady, .well liked by fall i wlo fcne . ,1 t .l list.' ui,i!uu(iira luuiciiui iaim ai rofja.. mount siM KBCATITULATIOK. i - Ai your neigh-- ' injr to a his country. Talk-t" sejueML im eoaaajr better world tho . dny bcra-jdeeeuttaawat, eougiaaml Oct. 13 ou. overy vote. Pa-t- r ?la?t8 ' "GiVelft nntler Byetainu Oct. LI, Hl, ami dfctaabovo written.' Is this. otism "Willis L. Ringo." Of all the things needed by hausU SI A little son, of Mr. S. Bow- Kentucky teachers, organization Bsace in auosjntof SWirt. Ah Mr. Turner is listed as a la anutla.1 la his esBHkJM. this he man, of this county, was killed a is most wanted. A fjood begin- 3M Wll also ha rntltlaJ to wh MLmuul 1U . "white- male voter" in Jefferson 4 aoard of Magistrate aJ allow January, county may account for hie nevfc r days ago by a horse kicking ning has been made in many plait ! him. W. P. Taylob, Clerk. Friends sympathize with ces, and wo hopo soon to see n ..klCSk, er voting in thin district, and it is Mr. Bowmau in this sad, sad acci- association in every county. The also i erv nrobable that he never A young widow, vote in ike Louisville district. dent. main thing sought for in such an ttcserilietl as it is said, ; One shake of the grand old organization is the arousing of a will ghc a ball during the coming Padncah News. bloody shirt," exclaims the St. general interest in education. winter at which no ladies but widLouis "is worth ows thirty years of age or under TUKNEIt'S ANSWER TO THIS. I'vr the Ilirkmari Corel RR. ton thousand votes. Thorofore will be present. Grass widows corrcspon The Courier-Journa- l noil) law irr:niTiK!:3i:sT.s. let it shake." Take notice that will be sternlv barred out. dent reporting Turner's speech at ifK. Editor: I have been rethis is not the uttermgs of tho quested by several citizens of the Over one hundred Eepubiicans Mayfield report him as saying: eolid South. county to state what were the re- residing He then called the attention of The county seat of Livingston quirements of tho present system address in New Albany signed an to Gov. Hendricks, from the people to the charge that he county has been moved from of keeping the public roads in which tho following is taken: "We had boon listed as a legal voter in Smithland to a, place four miles good order and condition, so as come to you county. These charges above, on tho Cumberland river, to escape the dangers of a publci vote for you aud say that we will JoiTcr.son made by tho Louisville and Mr. Clcvoland, woie first known as Rappolee's Lauding. prosecution and most cheerfully and the Frankfort The place will hereafter be known comply, trusting that in it, I may relying upon you whom the peo- Commercial afterward copied by ple of Indiana know andloo,and Yeoman, and a3 Cleveland. s no harm, but upon him who has been an honest several of the papers in this dis do my A German fanuV of fivo, driv- them, and tho public some service. and faithful ofiicer in New York. trict. Ho stated that he had nevin Jefferson en out of Lewis county, Tcnn., In the first place, all public er paid a poll-tayestor-lny- . roads are required to be opened passed through Nashville A gentleman who vowed twen- - county in his life and that ho nevTwo of their children were thirty feet in width, and overhaug-ini-r years ago that ho would er voted or claimed citizenship harnessed to a cart, which consubstances shall bo removed not shavo until a democratic presi- anywhere, excopt in Ballard countained all of their earthly posses- by the surveyor to tho hcighth of dent was inaugurated, is honing ty, Kentucky. Ho further said sions. fourteen feet, tho entire width of up his razor, ftis beard is now that ho had lived in tho county of See G. S., pago 7G3, six feet long, aud he is anxious to Ballard for forty years and that Tr. II. J. Atwood announces tho road. to the sec. 20. bo rid of it. Kentucky Eegister. ho had paid his poll-taa graud ball and roller skating Sheriff of that county, at Wiek-lifTSecond. Tho duty of tho sursoirie, Monday night, Nov. .3rd, veyor of the road in his precinct The President, Cleveland, at tho rink, over Cowgill's drug 6hall be to superintend the road visited next native city, Newark, nevertwo weeks ago; that ho had authorized the Assessor of his Store, Admission, 61. Skating therein and see that the same is and it appears as if all of New Jefferson county to charge him will begin at 7 o'clock. ; that ho was in cleared and kept in good repair, Jersey turned out to honor tho with a A man in Albany bet that ho and ditched, and kept ditched on Governor. His response to the Washington from Sovembor, 18S3, could get the signatures of ton both sides. fSeo G. S., page 704, welcome was graceful and manly. till August 1834; that tho Asseshighly respectablo citizens, asking sec. 23. This section implies that sor completed his lists in tUo the governor to hang a leading no ruts, stumps, roots or gullies New York Democrats are bet months of January, February, clergyman, and won without diff- be permitted, and that no pools, ting on 30,000 majority for Cleve- 3larch aud April, aud that ho iculty, as not one of the signers or puddles of standing water be land in that State. (Turner) had never seen him (the insisted on reading the paper. Assessor) at all; that tho certifiallowed on tho road. Nature in most cases has furnished an outOhio Democrats aro working cate from Frankfort was a decepThe Fulton county Teacher's let for all her surplus water, and w tion and tho result of a plot gotmeet at Caldwell's no citizen owning land on tho side for a November victory. ten up to prejudice the minds of 6Chool house, Hf Hickman, of tho road has a right-t- dum up, tho people against him; that tho Looli toYrjur Interest. (Saturday) 10 o'clock, a. m. or stop tho flow of any water on books in tho Auditor's office at Subjects of discussion: Beading, tho road, from its natural chan Etill lower, 60c to SI per harrol lower Frankfort would show that he lowest, according aim how to secure tlio coopera nels, and if ho does do it, the sur than tho "Wc offer our Fancy to quality of was assessed in Ballard county Flour. Flour, mada tion of teachers and patrons. veyor has a right to remove it. out of Taney "Wheat, unadulterated, no for poll tax and that ho had paid Tlio spirit and intention of the alum, or other poisenous nostrumea to make tho tax two weeks ago, as stated Hon. "V. J. Stone, the Demofor Congress, law is briefly this : All roads should it white ard puffy, at $4.50 per barrel. before, and lastly thai these charcratic nominee Other bo kept in good order and condi- Flour qualities $2.50 to 4.00 per barrel. ges were simply a rehash of the speaks at City Hall, free. Bargains at 1 o'clock, p. ar. Go out to hear tion to a sufHciont width so that hojiso. delivered for Cleveland andat our old oxploded lie that ho lived in Hurrah Mm. A division of time is offer- two wagons, vehicles, can pass and Stono, tne one leg confederate Louisville, and would deceive no one. ed the other candidates, but wo without danger, (except on bridg- soldier. POWELL, & BRO. are not advised whether they es,) and free from all washes, gul"will be present or not. lies, ravines, water standing in Democrats have not claimed pools, or ruts, so that there will JTew Hampshire, but for all that tfARRIKO, Our citizens should bear in bo no danger in traveling, or passOn the 25th f Oct, Mr. J. L Brown to it is likelv to lo found in thcDommind that Hon. Henry. A. Tyler, ing vehicles, ou the road, and all Mrs. Mary J. arney. ocratic column next Tuesday. by invitation, will address tho overhanging limbs that will interon people at City Hall, the 26fh of fere with travel, or removing the On Missouri Ash Oct., Mr. L. C. Lutz to BucUlcn's Arnicn Snlve. tho political issues of the day. products of tho country. worth. Miss His address will be instructivo The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, on Nov. Cth, any To b and interesting. A division of ofTho overseer, who fails in sub- Sweeney married Sarah McIIugh.Mr. Jno. II Bruises, bores. Ulcers, bait Kueiim, Fever to'Miss tho above requirements, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, time is offered to anyone of oppo jects himself to a prosecution t n Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi in site views. Ladies specially invi falling to discharge his duty. Jfcer Give Up. tively curesPileSjOr no pay required. It ted. Go out to hear him. If you ire suffering with low and de- is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, A. B. Kingman, Price 25 cents per pressed ppirits, loss of appetite, general de- or money refunded. Plat Sneed, a colored barber uoumy Attorney. bility, disordered bipod, weak constitution, bos. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. of Fulton, was tried before Conn headache? or any disease of a bilious naty Judge Murroll, Wednesday, An Answer Wnntcd. ture, bv h means procure a bottle of Elec Fisii 15eliverecl charged with robbing a Mr. Mike Can any one bring us a case of rvfdnev tric Biiters. You will be surprised to seo "We will deliver fish to any Free. part Complaint or Pitman, of $9.00 in money. Pit- willLiverEpeedily cure? that Electric Hiitprs m, mnld imnrovement that will follow? city no charqo for delivering. of the Leave not man was shaved in Sueed's shop, not, as thousands of casesWe say they can you will be inspired with new life; strength your ordor at the dock, or at J. W. Ropers already perma. and activity will return ; pain and misery and had $9.00 in a pocket book in nently cured and who are dailv recom- - will ccee, and henceforth you will rejoice BEbMAXK, & BRO. his side coat pocket, and after mending Electric Bitters, vrift prove. in the pra;se cf Electric Bitters. Sold at Coal. Coal. Conl. having Sneed assisted Pitman to Bright's Diseaee, Dmbetes, Weak Back, or ' fifty cents a bottle at Fortune's Drug Store put his coat on, and while helping u.ijr u"mj xnoy W have enouch Pittsburgh COAL on h'm slipped the pocket book oat. purify the blood, regulate the bowels and llave.you seen the new Ru53ian Circu- hand to supply the town. Only loots, per act directly on,the parts.' He was given two months in the bottle guaranteed. diseased at 60c, a Every lars, Cloaks, Dolmans, nnd Jersey Jackets, box at tne bin.FRENCH &. PLUMMER. For Bale bottle the" prettiest and cheapest ever sold in county jail. uy xviiUiro jurug store. J. Ameero's Soss. do certify that I have carefully AND A GENERAL LINE OF the tax list of Oscar 3 01 examined Joue.. 1 day at July eurt cUiuts, 309 Turner, contained in the Assessor's T B I'orrell, I day at July court cWm, too Jere Jeaee, I dVy at July court uiaMeri. book ofJefferson county, for HouseJeeephiff Goods, W B I'lumsnar.l locks Jail. 609 iho 18S4, returned to the You invited to call their clerk of eaid County Court, under Store, are eoriifclly all of which weand rxaraine low as slock of Conl and Wood Heating 500 is consistent with a legitimate GrcUe, i., will sell as Amount auo by W C Jobaeos), Ptwrtir, as per his offirial certificate, a provided business. eettlemeut mad ami esjaHrmed Oct. 1Kb, IsM, Im cr. fcr eolhKMs, Ac, K7SSS by law, and find the abore to be ft "FKAiiKFORT, Ky., Oct. 13,'SI ) "I, Willis L. Ringo, clerk in the offico of the Auditor of Accounts, "Auditor's Office, ) c olliS attd Hi'r r1 II IF lbV&VQS 5wrr Also Contractors and Builders of Houses. Jy at July rt clalas r BBAtteberry, I1 fay at July csntrt esueau, W S'8 yr and Builders' Material. -- ,1!-- 11 i e A o i b- - full line of the oclchralod Charter Oak Ceok Stoves, at & l Um-J- di-ma- u t7 my-ka- ml J. W. CORMA.V&CO'S. A inealtckf 1 Breach-lendin- g Shetguna nnd Pistole, at A Globe-Dtmocra- t, EOOTS, CLOTHING, Keen Hatchets, Nails, and Barb Wir, at HATS, CAPS, CAEPETS CORMAN J. C(3. AND OIL CLOTHS. The ladips are el to call and examine tbo finest line of Scis'ors ever displayed WINDOW CURTAINS in Hiekman. Ere J. CORMAN air warranted, at CO'S. AND WINDOW SHADES, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HERTWECK, BALTZEE & CO. GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH, MANUFACTURERS OF BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, &c- KutterJP-'ea, J. W. C0RMAN & CO'S. degoodIhoes, Our ctock i complete in all lines, and wc will 6oll very kw Goods boilglltOMlirrlluu- - mvy r . ,.- Jijes!S""Y W. &. . tV. & We respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK before purchasing cltcwiiero. fellow-citizen- w AftNiWSwra Ul INS 1BEHO J. W. COWG1LL 23B-0.3JBI5 N. 1 ;. x ty-fo- nr lL&?3gMo? ; J Hickman, entucky. x IN e, poll-tax- DRUGS, The old, popular aud always reliable" Hardware house of PATENT Trusses ASD S 74ED MEDKINiESI V r 3STE"W V HOME AHoalniJ swri! SEWING jMACHINES, PAINT S -- o Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, which araoiTered at A.3TI? TOILEHRTICLES Suisrxi 3 and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. &CM &C- - &C. filled at any &s, &c, hour, day &c Hen-driok- g; All goods guaranteed to S2?P reecri p tions Ring hight bell after 10 odoo CALDWELL'S The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. Ui uunuursfspfciauy uesireu as tills HOUSe Will cive sne- " . , ,uv.mCUW, Corresponuencc solicited. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN ; ND BOYS, ! to-nigh- t, w. . MOISTDAY, SEPTEMBER NiNE MONTHS. 1. 188. and R. B. BREYARD. AND CONTINUE THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, -- TheCouneoi Study includes, cs heretofore, the best of primary instruction, the usual studies in English, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Music, Elocution and for professional studies. Especial attention 13 devoted to the preparation ol boys for blisIhcBa, for college, ; Correspondence and consultation of parcnls before the opening of school i? npecu fullv solicited. Address, 3. O. OALDWELL, Ilickman, Ky. Adg. 8, 1884. ' DEAX.ER BiUIGS, MEDICINES, sai HITS Al M&MWl -- ICJ feST Hicknian, at 3-- PRESCRIPTION'S CARbPJi.,! 3r, COHPOUNDEDl tp LACLEDE HICKMAN, II. E. KENTUCKY. TV1SXI3SS, p 1 01 SI, j ar IV" ivH-- r w U UiMH 5i 1S"?v mm ''1a"ISSLfi 1 I tnaj LT.1.1U.1 ; ar.jjiii.mwni ""t lllll I .,. i Jr. F& M '. J" il I . .i . -- ! H 11 iU .. I ' f , iLSS!3Sr?3V 5infraarJft 5 mUMm m 'skss&w V sfcsg mm Hjriw ' mm H mmm. nrses a iai as wscewu&s sas Boots and Shoes. m sea w&& ws& far m m Bfeua& . ES.ij.isa itss bs&;fi m Nsas-- as mr I I i$.v, ksss q. Big; ves-s- ss - . -- aTrQS-2-fiSrAJr Saarssuizia iaa. Eig bargains in Gents Clothing? jjtfc feine 5? aii3Lwiae Big bargains in ladies trim meet fifats. i5ig bargains in Bed Comforts.- Big bargains in Big bargains in Big bargains in Big bargains in Blankets. Carpets. Canton Flannels. JIO. Big bargains in Cloaks & Russian. Circulars. Big bargains in Dress Goods. Big bargains in Trunks and Yaliscs. Big bargains in Linen Tablecloths. bargains in Overcoats. Big bargains in mens and boys Hats Big bargains in ladies Skirts. aa iTf fZTZF A "TV? W ALaAJft I &ii --- -i I III A 1ST u THS . Csxris- The New York Herald of Sun-tP WW ' iVifii r'liT "AND STILL A HEATIN'. day has dispatches from Indiana, H. A. & R. T. Tyler, IB.oiv Jjont, Mow fUiiok3:. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, GLEYELAND AND HENDRICKS' this section in repeated instances. rhlUdsljiliU Tiuita Michigan, Illinois and Oregon CHANCESJOOD Jint jxiMislieJ, a new edition of Dr. CulrefntU Mr. Blaine has been throsru enYou sat with me that day and saw Clbnit-- d y.t faj on tbe bamcal ctt of Spr Tho Presidential campaign is touching the pending Presidential , tcrrhcx-or Ssminul tirely off his balance by tlnspcsnlt Inrolantar; Smi fou i'UE.sim:xT, colored men, whose ajipearruco , ub! red hot. impttfnry, Mental nd Pbjilel Iuc election as follows: was sufficient proof of their irro- - of October elections uudhas lost ImixMlinients to JJarTiajte, tit. pcity, Uo, Co CLEVELAND is now considered utptin, LpHpsy and Tlu, imluscd Ij ttlMiJul "INDIANOPOLIS, Oct. 25, 1SS4. JJEXT TnrsPAY SETTIjES IT. snousibihtv and unfitness, armed either his temper or his sense, or New York ortrxnal rxtraTacance. 1. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY yta Tim celolirated autbwr. In thfe aaWrabl wmy, of yEr YORK. Indiana will cast 4S2.000 votks. witlt revolvers and clube in direct both. There are two explanations sure for Cleveland, eJrarlj Jmontrat from a thirty jrian'ioecciifal sanguine itcpuDlicau may violation of and without coitipli- - possible of his cxtraorilfmry And Now Jersey and Connecti- Our organization is complete. practice, that the alarming eonMquf men of self rorc vi;e ii:siik-vt,- ILL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS abuaemajr lw radically euid; printing oat a toads claim Blaine's election as certain, jance with the terms of the laws speech at Fort Wayuo. Ono is cut will follow New York. Domocrats aro vei v sanguine of uf cr at once simple, certain, aud effeciaal, bj entrusted to their care. mraua of Mcb erery aufferer, do matter whol hit' THOS. A. HENDRICKS, or tho enthusiastic Dpinocmt mtv to which I have above referred that, irritated by the wterruTtions Tho Republicans seciner that success, but great work is yet beQSe Millet BlocI:. cendttfbD way ht, may euro hlraaelfcaeaaly. prU crowd, ho of an unsympathetic -7aim scu ,l"ner. 'V-fore ub. The doubtful voto or nev Y.r.lr .od radleal.'y. feel equally confident as to Clove - Vx OF IXPAXA. Z. lost his head and blurted out a New York is hopelessly gone from our State is 24,000. Tho battlo is nrtrt In t band . , UlLIUUO UlLlllbtOt 111 llllllt youth aud every mank..ia land. in the them, aro concentrating all their for that vote. Wo "believe wo are laud's election, but the close read- were not rosidonts and had neith foolish tirade that vas not prent nnUrreeal, in a plain enrelape, to aa? t, dree, receipt AE2IS rK I.()WSIAXi. er and student of tho campaign er reason or right to be. You meditated. The otfer isUiattho forces on Indiana, New Jersey all right. Such enthusiasm on the DR. W. E. MORRIS, atarap. on Adrfre.a ef four eenta, or two fotan Virginia or and Connecticut. part of Democrats lias never been THE CULVERW ELL MEDICAL CO., It is known beyond doubt that of either party will admit that the heard them told by the Marshal failure to carry WJSt The Indiana Democrats aro tho equaled in Indiana. 1 I Abo St.. JCew Tork, N.Y. j PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Pit OOte B, lit arms have been sent from Wash- result is extremely doubtful. lie of onr court and Powell Clayton, to hold the mnjor.ty in Ohio had "En. Hendeuson, caididate desperate bravest fighters in tho world, but ington through this point to Xov will leaving rendered tho AT. niGKHAN, admit this, and yet understand of Arkansas, as they were last in- and he had determined upon a it is a doubtful State. Our party "Chairman Democratic State Orleans, consigned to the Repubas their that court-rooprofessional services to the Offer his enthusiastic lican Executive Committee of Lou- that in tho voto of the electoml struction: "Now, you are all arm- change of base, dropping tho tar- is well organized, and will have Committee." citizens of Hickman and vicinity. Can bloody shirt. from head to foot, Flint, Mien., Oct. 2o, ISSi. isianacollege one or the other tickets ed, make no scruple in using your iff ami taking up tho JSaskvillo American. every Democratic voto out on Reports received from all partB of be found at Fortune's Drug Store. You, with me, were so Either supposition is equally dis- next Tuesday. bo elected by a good round arms. If this be true, together with may oily to Mr. Blaine's the State indicate the election of ncirrM asis reKact!a that the statement that hosts of depu- majority. In tho popular voto of; shocked at this on that daywould creditable not It P. O'MNIIL, M. D., supposed statesmanship, but to may is not improbable that Ohio the entiro Fusion State and na you go for Cleveland. Our Na- tional ticket. ty U. S. ilarshals are being spe- the whole United States there in indignation could said you wero his pretensions to political sa- Not hing but corConjnjission lercljaijts, yet yoti stop it if you SEK tional ticket is stronger, in some ruption funds will j ire vent it. FFEKS H13 l'KUFfcSSlUKAL cially appointed from other States will not bo any very great advan- unable, and a court-roo. was geity. vices to the CU12CQ3 oi uiekrn&n and , JKJOilBEDDY. The Octoben elections, ho said, rospects, than tho State ticket JirCKJTAS-rKV.for service in Louisiana, under tage. made into the arsenal of a political Tictntty. was. on the na"Chairman Democratic State Office Corner room in Licledt House. the pretext of "preserving order Tho contest will bo so close that party. Bakers Letter to U. S. Dis- had "put a nev phase Democratic Ke Rlwaye ob band, Freab California and Nevada aro as Committee." tional contest.' Tho and securing a fair election," it men can only guess tho result, trict Attorney. LIME, CEMKST, .sAlT. PLABTED 6jagain likely to go Democratic as Reparty had the 'solid South" Portland, Orhjon, Oct. 25, Ajustly excites apprehensions that and of course each will guess the The Republicans always claim hoped, with Sow Yorkfand Indi- publican. PLIES, GKASS SEEDS, CLOVER. Ae. 1884. Close estimates place this TB- - A.. the horde of U. S. Marshals ap- ana added, U "seize" the govern-iiitfn- t Blaine shows signs of distress State at one thonaand or less ma'Will mr.be liliera! Kd?&ncs on Cotton there will be trouble in that State. way he wantB it. PHYSICAM AND SU8SE0N pointed for special service on Corn, vie, for sale or bblpiuebt. at the nation. And Mr. by seizing the bloody shirt the last jority Republican. Indications are too far there has been perfect reThe ioaowmg states are in the canvass. uich-KENTUCKY election days aro appointed to Blaine then went on, inta stylo of week issue of the campaign now favorable for reductions on that. HICKMAN, peace in that State, just as much garded as certain for Blaine : The has not "E. J. Jeffery, poaeo and good or- sectional bitterness that so as any State of the Union, but Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kan- "preserve the "Chairman Democratic State been heard for several years from is, tho Republicans against the his Profepalonr.I SotvIcis ic Committee," knowing tho impulsive tempera- sas, Maine, Massachusetts, Min- der," and yet never an instance is tbe mouth of any sai(b man, to Republic. OFFERS of Hickman and vicinity The Republicans aro massing wero talk about "callingintophe admin ments of those people the coun- nesota, Nebraska, Ohio, Oregon, on record, where they j. uiuptucn iruui jiucnjjo phjh: "disorwinch men money and Marshals on Louisiana, Pennsylvania into , . i try is prepared to believe that the aggregate 143 and Vermont, To brought use noservice that was istration of the Governmentrebell-Un- u orw,a iears exist as to trouoio If tho election wore held electoral votes. who organized the gipat stronger word der" to there would be not 5,000 Republiin that State. unnecessary and unjustifiable in- this 143 certain votes may be ad S-- jnEEPJ all iinds of stspls tutd It was such L, R not tho result. Then, why contin ion," and so on have been heard Blaine preaches a solid South can majority at the most. Carter 0. ded Michigan and Wisconsin. speech as might terference of officers from other ue them elsewhere in the faco of from some narrow partisan bigot to excite a solid North, and vet Harrison would rn a o.OOOahcadof States in their elections will goad which brings him up to 1G7, or 34 ATTORNEY AT LAW G Their service in Cin- a dozen years ago, wlnrn tho men tho Republicans are lighting hope-- ' ., elect. votes enough Democratic Electors, and them into resistance, and then the This isshort of vote thattocan bo such facts! ' nil i null iii"i iiiii' ni'i - ...W.V I, ill! iiiiiiii'i '.. . W.....W .. every if r..t i i cinnati is attended by killings and who organized tho greftt rebellion 17 HI be plet. and Confectioneries. xms oiaiu-wit- h ' uu eiccieu. trouble commences, and where it counted as anything liko certain, Louisiana and Florida, his old cugtomerg, and wiH bVh uit precisely as in New were still in active lifeand before carrying hojies in Virginia, Xorth ment is very conservative. A Collector, Real Estate Ago some them iu price and quMitj. Call ana fi"9 will end when commenced the and in the two last named States bloodshed the most prominent atrtl least repOhioans like Louisi-aniau- a utable of their survivors had been Carolina and Tennessee. Orleans. ua. "Quick Sales and Ssa.ll Prtttis. poll, as far as a poll is practicable, tho Democrats have a possibility. Lord only knows. Mr. Blaine's HICKMAN, ky.. Won't buundraold Tho Democrats have no real nd esumtes vrhero it is uot, upon these marshals received into the Republican parJanttt look Por Cleveland the following bloody shirt speccbcB are calcula-tedtPres- fesir in these - States it a fairclec-- 1 nako tl,e St,lt& States are certain : like they did when the soldiers ty. As a declaration from a stiin(1 i3T Will atcni promptly te all Lusi ,.. . - ...-arouse these kind of outraKentucky, Tcnnessoc, Missouri, used to be sent to guard the vo- idential candidate in this year of tioniH held- lint if tl.n nrmr of Cleveland 328,99.!; Blaine, 324,768, uM orUrnstd hint ia Sutiivr8tri Keniuekj nd Northwestern Tennet-'eges, for in his speocb.es ho speaks Maryland, Virginia, West Virginbo account- United States Marshals precipi-- l grace, ting places as outside interfer- ed for 184, it can only FOP- SAI.B, Special attention given to the ta?tstigR on the supposition that the tate trouble, there is no telling Butler, 22,000; St. John, 3u,000. of "tho Sonth seizing the Govern ia, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, what may happen. tiH of Lad title;, s.nd the pxreltsfiC ence and done with tho intention candidal had lost his head. Harrison will run 13,000 ahead of ment." According to his view, if Texas, Florida, South Carolina,f Senator Beck It would be easy, were it neccs- - crats will carry cays the Demo Clovelaud. Succ ess depends on sl of Real EaUte. Xorth Carolina. Louisiana, Dela- of intimidating voters. This will the Republicans secure a majority w.iro mid MisKissinni. These crivo always bo tho case, so long as (HliJ, IU Wisconsin. 111 C1111UO ll.U IIUUIUI lllll ItepuWicans to of .itisan election; but, if the Don.- - him 153 votes, or 4S less than theso deputies called into service flimsy structure of this foolish The Chairman of the State Dem the ability workthe- thelasthoue&of HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS .. , 1 Q 1 ecr on Iyrsb:rj: road. 2 i ( in T' speech. But Mr. Blune's hearers ocniuc uomnuuee oi Mictngan, undo our pcrats.do, it is tho S JLUJL lorn liirkuihu. Atldxtix tnzn a i wrvnl ." . .r -on oleotion,ays are taken from are lo&s icnionuit, than ho sunno- - elanut? that State. tho campaign. Serious trouble il IMJOAatOH, tJio"'G o rernmenti'-Wfliv.-- -. i -- lie iriCrCJIAN, K.Y. all t.ie one of the polTtfc1TnnSr"Ucsrv. Twfrtiwm-to-bo- .. ne Sajiu C. Davis & Co, St. Ixkhk.Motet canvass of wcllfor-t- r n,n,nP,M1rill 'r,hh-.,a- n n., . wtinn J! " TtiovJcuow if he ' Presidential election the Northern h.ULMW- J.; hiisforrnttcn. that if rill the South- - doubtful States r.rgfles California, S; Connecticut, 0; Cleveland. Democratic hope and day." States polled about six million Nevada, '3; New Hampshire, 4; s Resort. ei n States were left out of account SJ"- 2.va.ii.iaifi.iia3.qij;3 Klaiiit-'"dentirely, the preponderance oficl,vlty ,s tlwplayetl all along the votes, and of these the Republi- New York, 30; Indiana, 15; New Lexington Prow.J LOVER and LGWiiR. BOOMING. i:i DSALSC IX cans got only 200,000 more than Jersey, 9. Blaine was particularly fond of Republican votes in the Northern ; Let Fulton county Democrats thought All kinds of Crocericv hms,Kid!aco the Democrats. This shows that Of theso States New York, New the Solid South wheu ho of break- States, at tho last Presidential ,""? anrtJ1 tIl Kran(1 jubilee. The last week of tho Presiden:s ohotp ait the cheapest. I will not b election, was scarcely more than and Nevada, are there was some chance tial campaign closes up with Italia. and Aksbica?; Mabuls underso'ld. there are almost as many Demo- Jersey, Indiana JOHN TiITTiJ.O. Demo'cratic States that is they ing her solid Democratic column. 200.000 in a total of more than Lct caeI reader of tho Couimsn booming prospectu for Democrat, crats in the Northern States as more frequently go Democratic But now that West Virginia hae 6,000,000, and they undorstaml not ou'y g to tho polls and vote, but see to it that your neighbors ic success. Now York is now MOHS.MiiHTS, TOMB AND GRAVE there are Republicans. than Republican, and tho reverse demonstrated, in no unmeaning how silly it is to speak of a ma- - S considered sure, there ia no indijority of all the voters electing a Now, if the 10 Southern States is true in California, Connecticut terms, that the South intends STOKES. secx-ies- . cations of waver in any of the the corrupt iJresiuent ot tiicir ciioico as "an Hampshire. solid against a id New happen to give the Democrats which Blaino is a lead- intention to seize the government SZIOW UP 'ff'IEK Now York aud Indiana'can elect Southern Statea, tho Indiana raeeived a 6ne lot of Amer 25cts Lower than the Lowest a majority to overcome- this 200,-00- Cleveland; New York, New Jcr-so- v element, of out agaiust her in his of the Union." Tray, what is the . er, he cries Tho Republicans have been m domocrats arc lighting every inch HAV1MO Italian Mtirble, I are pre I bnye no clerk exptnsBS thus placing the Northern no stars ren pured to i all orders. Call aud exurnine and California, can elect him ; speeches, and attempts to array a peculiar right of the Republican .tnd pay osh for all my Grccrle, and party organization to control these control of tho General Govern-Unite- d of ground, and our party is well ur wrk Democrats on top, it is in Mr. and New York, New Jersey and solid .North against ner. Osders front the country promptly therefore can soil as ohep as tke caaap States that it can only bo' ment for 24 years, and during that organized, hopeful aud eager for him. So Even now in his desperation, he Blaine's logic, "the South seizing Connecticut can elect In est. Best brands of WitK.ibeyg and Lea rany-- ti these arouso the old displaced by 'seizing" the gov-- ; time they have handled billions of the battlo in Now Jursey, Conuec-r- . counting the chances Star Flour, 26 ceara cheaper than tke Utt the Government. This spirit is States as even the Democrats is endeavoring to Indiana. Hut eminent ? M Blaino certainly .iniiurc tho neonle's monev. JOHN WITTING ticnt. New Ilamosliiro. Ohio. Wis- war prejudices m calculated to bring troublo, but have tho best chance. war speeches will fall must know that llO'lB not talking; If any business firm had -t' cousin, Michigan, California, Ore- Blaine:s for the good of our common counBut then there is another troub- flat. Those old war cries will no sense. HHTZ If wo regard this Fort Wayne control of that much money for gon and Nevada. Tho Democratle that confronts tho Democrats, longer summon tho men of tho try we hope it will bo averted. is that whilst tho South- Korth to tho side of corruption. speech simply as the foolish va- - that number of years, wouldn't it ic leadern who have been canvassaud that candi- - bo make them show tho ing these States, are enthusiastic Northern aud poring of a ern States are counted as certain FA SH202S" ABLE The Republicans have had con- for Cleveland there is a bare pos- At least five of the win join me date, wo have only to say that a ' time to & over the canvass and entertain Western States books. trol of tho Government now 24 sibility that, he may lose ono or South in the great reform move- man who is liable to such aberraKENTUCKY STREET, Now one half the peoplo of the strong hopes of carryiug the States BOOT AND rf 1 years. Vote for Cleveland, aud more of the Southern States: For ment, and on November tho 4th tions of temper had best remain constantly on hand fo hl. SHOE Vir-niui- a KEEPS sale vote to an in privato life. If, on the other United States are Republicans named. It seems hardly possible instance, Louisiana, Florida, will give their electoral let's have a change. HORSES, BUGGIES or North Carolina ; but then honest man aud an honest gov- hand, this is a deliberate attempt and the other half aro Democrats; that the Democrats can miss carHACKS, SHOP. North Went corner of Moscow to change tho plan of campaign, but the Republican half have been rying New York, ludiaiva, and awl Troy Arenues, East HTckman,. Ky., lifting pnrchaesd thetni stable, kerito-"Democrats have better chan- ernment. Blaine wishes now that ho the for carrying Michigan and Wisentire outfit of W. B. Pluraraa r it is not only a confession that the kceP,n these books 24 ,.n.,r.c n,i New Jersey. At any rato tho 5s2ra' infection guaranteed. we propose to con tin 30 the business, could bo ubiquitous. ITo would ces April. and frutM campaign is waged without prin-- ! consin, than the Republicans have Hrluss EticonrnBlBtrOooil 3iwn Bolicit patronage n prospects now look glorious. Let Wisconsin. ciple and without other purpose the Democratic half want to like to be in Indiana, Ohio, New to carry either of these States. to distract attention from, amino tho books, and see forthem-livin- g every Kentucky Democrat do his York, New Jersey, Connecticut So let theso doubts ofTset each Froei'.he Frankf rt Capita!.' issues and by any or every1 8elves if they aro honestly kept-mean- s duty, and go to tho polls next other. Senator James B. Beck was in and Iowa all at once. to "seize" a majority ofi i8 this not fair? fAMILT IIEOCERY To sum up: The real battle is the city Tuesday night, returning Tuesday. Kentucky has been the BOOTS AND SHOES. electoral votoa. We "cannot in New York, New Jersey, Con- from a political campaign, and to Every Kentucky Democrat Hundreds of the Republican banner Democratic State through livoly a number of friends expressed lieve," to quote another of Mr J Indiana officials who havo been holpmg to out all tho days of adversity of should vote next Tuesday. Ho necticut and in Ohio, with Michigan, Bkirmishing faith in a Democratic vic- Blaine's expressions, that the peo- and he Wisconsin, California, New Hamp- great iu Wisconsin. Ho said it plo of Indiana "and most of all keep theso books have been charg-tha- t tho grand old party let us not whD dallies, is a dastard tory tho soldiers of Indiana can 0d with corruption, and many of now fall back in tho hour of vicThis shire, Louisiana, Florida, Virginia ltad been his pleasure to meet a (DAVIS OLD STAND.) Keeps in Btock tho vrj Best MatsrlaL. who doubts is damned. distin- bo put to that use." We do not' thein imvobeeu proven so. There tory. and ktcps only the best workmen. Wor number of wealthy and and North Carolina. vote. . means all should Ill kinds cf guaraateed. Repairing solicited. There is a grand and'rcasonablo guished business men and states- believe that tho people of tho is no doubting J that many of i,m bo suc- men from that State recently, and United States are going to be Cnaitlinc for Cleveland. Many Ohio Democrats aro con. hope that Cleveland will STAPLE ANO FANCY GROCERIES been stealing, that millions cessful, and we shall continue to that they gave him the most en- turned aside from their demand, An Albany (N. Y.) special of tldent that Cleveland will carry believe so until the contrary is couraging reports of largo Demo- for honest government by any and millions of dollars have been s house, atbot THE yesterday says: ."It will be an- usually kept in a BARTER GROCERY. appeals Now, what tho nounced in the Pres3 aud Knick- ,)f6ni prices. that State next Tuesday. Wo proven. cratic gains. The Republicans up foolish, worn-ou- t auimosities to the squandered. of tho npmftM.-t- R ask, is, as the other "rtate passions and there will vote for their hope so ; but can elect Clovelaud J. 3f. 5I0NTG0MERY. announ that Hon. iFJfFGl' CAXD1ES. erbocker TEAS, past. The bloody shirt sorv-- 1 JjfXce! to his friends and the publie that Qrm of. the Um-o- Roscoc Conkling will declare himexposure of Butlor's can- ticket, but will not support Blaine ed its turn and has been has Ohio. easily without The MINCE-MEAAdiscard-- ! ba,fof this great PICKLES bk has oponed a new and fresh I ' iirr Logan. Tho Democratic call cr didacy appears complete. It is and aid has been very liberaliy reStates, to bo permitted to self for Cleveland during this' 'CRXXBEK&1E8. 11051 IX Y. GRITS all kinds of Failt Gkocekie, supply of It is no longer possible tof-towhich for Stone, tbe Democratic nomi- iu proof that all tho expenses of sponded to, and a Democratic rally oven ono party in the North- take charge of theso books for week. sell as low its the lowest. II is r&-d-y at all times to exchange Groceries at nee for Congress, speaks iu Hick- his campaign arc being paid by victory confidently predictod by ern States around it, and Mr. ono term, and stop theso wrong cash prices for BnUer, JSpgs, Cbiekent) ay Mr. L. C. Lutz aud Miss Zou. Blaine's unworthy effort to divert doings. Whether you the Republican National Commit the best posted politicians in the man, any kind of marketing that the farming Ashworth, were united in the hofrom his conspicuous in. him, go out to tee, and that Blaine & Co., send State. The German vote and tho attention an are for or against ly bonds of matrimony at tho resi- Sugar, CoiTecSj Soaps, &c. friends may bringpaid. The highest mar" appeal to sectional ket price always voto of the workingmcu will stand faults by in Shepherd, dence of bear him. J. M. J10KTQ0MERY & BR(X him where and when they please by Clevelai dand Hendrick's solid- passion can but recoil upon himClcre'a'iri'rt El ctnral Vole Hickman,Mr. Jas. W. evening last, ESTWillnotbe undersold. Sunday self. "Wo believe that Mr. Blaino New York Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &c SG can do the Demo- ly. anywhero ho the This, tbe last week of the Pres is beaten. ; 10 Rev. Mr. "Waters, performing Alabama - 'alfSW Sceremony. hope crats tho most hurt. Gen. of friend3 A host idential campaign, closes 7 Arkansas j;;ninc Kcr.tcn. Virginia. 4 wish them a long, happy and prosFlorida other leading Greenbackfully for tho Democrats. The 12 perous life. Times Ind.l Col, iicnry is. Uevton, a promi- - Georgia oxo mens noint to victory. Let not ers, who started into his support .IZ "Wo bolievo that Blaino is beat- nent citizen of Northern Virginia, Kentucky honestly, expose the thing. After Kentucky Democrats lessen the en. Tho popular tide as devel who has boon in "the city iov A Tos. SOHSS, 8 FULTOJST the campaign ho will bo detested oned by the important October week past, gave to the Capital his The best make of th usual majority. 3 Delaware Columbus by Grcenbackers, Republicans and election, is an unerring index of views on the situation in his State. f Mississippi 9 OF FUX.TOST, KY. There aro thousands of con. Democrats, alike. 11 North Carolina an adverse current against isiamo, line l'rfiBitltfntinl rn.n in Viro-ininKeeps the very lest m'ke'? of Beer, fresh t "v ... 9 South Carolina tractors and jobbing magnates and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to and an adverse Blaino tide in the he said, may prove close. There Tennessee -- 12 serve enstomere. who- - aro making thousands and The Independent Republican middle of October means a Blaine aro 100,000 registered negro votes Missouri 13 Tho Ohio for tho Democrats to exceed. JeX9S , IMHlMxlU MMt.I I millions of dollars out of tho Committee of New York claim to "Waterloo in November. victory of Kept for sale, at a bargain, at tho Livery Then tho Mahonites and tho Re- V inrinia...... .1.. Blaino victorv is the and Sale Stable oi Government annually. They don't have tho names of S0,000 Repub death. It makes plain tho truth publicans havo united. Still ho West Virginia.. 6 PARIS & PARKER. ....15 want a cliango; but are giving licans who aro pledged to voto for that on the largest vote ever poll- regards the State as safe, and has Indiana.. KNOEEIl, U. Discounts Paper and Loans Money, Buya thousands of dollars to tho cam- Clevoland. If this bo true, there ed, with the most lavish expendi- no doubt of a Democratic majori204 and Sells Exchange on any Point in the Total (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) aro United States, Solicits Accounts of the tures ever known in any State; ty of 10,000. paign fund to keep tho Republi- can bo no doubt of tho Democrats To spare People Generally. Collections and Prompt officials called from organized and active. with Federal . 8 Remittance at Current Rate of Exchange cans in. . California carrying that State; and as goes their public duties to work for 9 A. T. ailTCHELL, Cashier. New Jersey New Jersey tho party in nearly every precinct ; Now York, so goes The result in Ohio settles noth- Connecticut ........ ............... O TriE Democrats expect to carry DEALER IS with Blaine leading tho battla in ing in regard to the November Cleveland and Hendricks aro Now York, Now Jersey, Connec- and Connecticut. AND exhaustive personal effort for a election, save that that State will reasonablv certain to carry tho W. DIESTELBRINK go KopuDiican, as it has uono in ticut and Indiana, and their confj will make Mrs. Mary Morris, ono of Ken- fortnight, and with the Prohibinearly solid for Presidential yeara-evesince the above States, while they idence is so strong that thousands tucky's most noted daughters, tion vote going organization Republican a close snavo ior umu, imumguu, rsa J.VI) AUtO. of dollars are boing bet on these died last Saturday at tllG Blackburn tho Blaino ticket, the thoroughly party. Tho of the contest will "Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. decisive She Renublican State of. Ohio falls Sanitarium in Lonisville. States. They also have reasonaNets, Seine?, Lines, Hooks, and all.kinu below the voluntary bo made in Connecticut, Indiana, space to name all articles,' but so waTtho sister of Gov. Blackburn fully one-hal- f 2 ulcs for Sale. of l'isliing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar. ble hopes of carrying New Hamp- and! New Jersey and New York, and Governor Hendricks says Indi- NOtrouble to show goods. 1S80, Senator Blackburn and the majority of October,Garfield and Democrats have a good show to ana will certainly give a Demo- ftmlnmfi untl see. nt the corner of Troy gain. Groceries and Family Supplies g4 TT0 fine Mules for sale. Applr to mas shire. Wisconsin, Nevada, Colora- widow of Judire Morris of Chi- below the erally. C, II. UDUIlAItD. ! Mnncnn Arcnno. East Hickmcs, Ky; carry all these Sta'tgjs. cratic majority. 4A jority. do a. d Ohio. casro. You sat with me in tho United States Court room all day Tuesday and witnessed the violation of SUCCESS SURE, A WSfSMS BOTOIEB. NEXT TUESDA' THIS CINCIJVXATI Ki.KCriOA ESEaAlXE'S ULOO&Y SKIRT. 11ED HOT ConJBhlott it t3'foni mid it Professional 1 ll Attorneys at Siaw, onliiii-sn- Ludft-8- : gr. j-ii- Q -- i.i ln-ln- t. -- m Bondurant Drewry, I m 0 -- F'ji.KlS - "i ? .,; to-da- y ANBL J. W. ROGERS, fy r I ... SOCEEIES, to-c-e ! o tO-dft- j: T -- p jS - V ?t;-?-k ..vjg. i -- I - -1--" Lt ?-- - i - L- - I , O- - j j ' I 0, a5lKS. 6 I , 1 I- l- j gfMera, panic-stricke- n i sale and livery stable mn Paris Parkes, cx-thn- . E. GLAZIEE. , ' first-clas- w d. T, ha-rvi- Par-sonsan- - TIVOLI HALL. rhila-lelphl- - illZlZlZZllZZ:: . --- .- The-Democra- .. FOR SALE. ceU-brat- BANK Frop'r. mm Capita, 850,000.00. 1 pin L JB.OCEBIES F. E. CASE, -- r Family Groceries. TOTTO Family roceries; two-third- I SJ :f . o - .& .1" '1 :--' aA"Hk. " I7