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ther come to the Corners yislcrdny i
mesmerist wieh claimed that bv fc
SU.SJTS1S' uv icI Iwl t" nut-
-!. "uu nc coou Tint
t Wnnt tr L'nrif .,.
U11115 aooui the futur. for feer that i
- . - - -- - - .V 4.4i fc
win borescaible the pa.t at to make
Bic.:. J he past is quite enufi fur 3
j past hcz not b:n s cheerful
3uoo-,e mo to look forrerd
uener. xnch 1 am .snoor is to be uothin
bat a dismal rttjieUshn. Whan I think
ivthcdajsl hev pone ihirstv, uv the
irnes J hev bin kicked oH n'Vrn-m, f
want uv money to nn- f,r, ,. .t,,1.
skirmi-dmi I hev bed fi.r fnml ' v i.
sxneriences I hev bin v.mrw.n.wi ,. ....
sort to fur cleen shirts, even r0-m s'f"
lur ez to break rnv slep by sittin up
till after twelve at nite Uiat'l mile bor-
reremol mv nabor s lint- uv r.l? ii..
slinks and arrers uy outrHwr. .
choon that I hevendoored. i ifnti't v....
lo know war is to happen to me. 1
bed ruther live in the fairy realms uv
hope, and take things ez thev com;. 1
111 trw'K.M 1. .m... , : . " 1 .
"" '" iiiui i-ia .siiiy. nut J do not
i:eer to euf-ouuLer em when
massed in armies.
Hut. nevertheless, I h''d curiosity
J;now wat wuz to iiap;ie, (jspeshiy in
a pohtskio way, and so' indoost that
old u. nt, JJeckm JV-r.im. u submit
Kisself to the I'erfcsir and take an ex
curshm into the fticher.
i he reriesser made a lot
1 ior uv Ti!i!;5
fver Uie Dcei
:ns venerable bed and
and asiced Hie Deekin
to say wat h
ctT it-i..ii ).. ii.i.i- ., .i:.i ....
" I fcee" murmured the Deekin, hi
sye! lixed on acaney. "that pure ana
tfilelis citizen Cleveland in the While
liw.-se ana tu::t other pure and
ltroachable man Ueecher
11 nullify onto him. j see in Cleelands
Cabinet rpuie another stile uv iwn than
(hem which hev bin sittin in Presiden
tial councils for twenty -four years. Tlier
is .Jcfl'son Davis Secretary of State, and
the other members are 'all Con fed en t :
f-oljors wieh distinguished theiivelve-; iu
the grate struggle lor tiie Southern svs
tem. " 1
"I see in the Custom House and !
Pftst-oflis at Xoo Orleans and Mobeol
and Atlanty, and all the other pint in
the .South, from the biggest to the
smallest. th- HadiLel Kepublikins
c'ce.T'd out and ther places fillerf with
Confedrit sold.crs. The Covernment
ompluyes are not whisslin ez they ro
to ther work: 'Ilaio Columby1 or '
Atar bpanglc'I JJanner. but the
inspiring tranes uv -The
Flag' and 'Dixie' greet
! see an eleckshun
Fedrol laws for the preservashen uv tht
Hiujgrity uv tne uanot box hev bin re
jMse'ed, and the gentlemen uv the
South iicv now the power in ther own
hands. They sit at the poles and they
determine who shel vole and who slu'l
not. There is not a nigger in hita, lor
tner day is oyer.
1 see the law for the perteckshun
uv niggei" is all repeeled, and the labor
uv li.e South is got back to suthin like
wat it :diod be. The nigger isn't a
slave no more, but he cuius ez clot to
it ez is jos-i'de. He isn't permittnl to
testify in the courts agin a white man:
he hcz no vote, and he i, praktilly.
wunst more a servant unto his
I see a still more gladder s:t" wieh
warms the cockles uv my old hart. 1
hee the debt made bv the C ontedracj
put onto a ealitv with the debt in-
cum by the reurei
bond- ishooti kiverin
all aiike. J
Confedrit soliers penshund jist the
same ez Fedrel so'jers, the Confederit
ijtu; that it wuz onh a contest betwixt
lheseekshuns 02 it were, bein adoptiti,
and one side is jist ez much entitled to
considerashtin ez the other.
"I see the South made rich in conse
konce. The penlmn- uv Confedrit
soljers he:: bin compootid with intrest
Irom the close uv the war, and they hev
bin paid in bonds which bare intrest at
four per cent. 1 myself hev proved my
servis in the Coniedrit army, and hev
hf finniprs. nnd mn m the Collectors
otiis. T see LubbcH;, the nigger, wieh
hez held the place sence tyrant's fust
teriM, hauiriu to a tree in front uv Pa--eom's.
and Pollock and Piglergiltin out
uv town, pursood by the infooriated
populis WjcIi is ihirstin lur ther blood.
1 see Uascom smil'm from ear to ear, ez
we actillv pav fur drinks iustid uv re-
markin to him. "iist mark it down.
Fedrel ofiises all over the
.sLe:i uvtlr; n:
"I see tbe gosts uv St nwall 7aoa
aid Hood, and Forrest.
roes, rise liom their graves and jine the
ez thev see
fought and died for on the field realized
by means of politikel aeksheu.
"I see :i. Cougns wieh will pass all
sorts uv appropViashens for the South,
aua a President who will not veto em.
I.sceSc eshuCriks'ack-watered, and a
c:iso:n-hoi;se in the Cros Roads, the
contract piiceuv wieh wiil be a milynn.
but wieh will cost live milyuns afore it
is complevitL l see me ami yoo. tar
in-! M'Pelter hevin contra on the "
same, av.d rl Aug iu our kerridges and
warm dimimd pnisc: b-g ez hickry nuts
'1 see Che whole keutry under the
coutrole ui the Somh. we a tain the
Covrumeiit for our behoof, wieh. ez
we den't pay the taxes, w,
w.II be. glory '
cmm tor oiie four veers
"i see tbe Uimocrisv nv tMc rorui
bendin' at our feet ez uv yoar, and we
dictatin' polisy to em ez'we did afore
the war. I
"1 see a Solid South, one ia feel:n t
one in scn'-iment, one in ackshen, aad 1
one in assaultin' the Xashnel Treasury, j
"I see Itaseom smliin' and bendin' I
onto its, and solisit;a our custim, for
lol we shall hev money to pav cash
instid uv asking for credit and then
Tjann1 iutrtstioto wat we her had. till
it assooms che shape uv a mortg:ige." I
Ther wu. on tne-old saint s lace ez he
-uttered these pro.ettik words a seraph
ic smile, a look uv entire satisfackshen,
v.ieh tvi"J hevenlv. The color in his
nose dej -en-ed, iilsriieumy eyes glowed .
with an D-icarthly lire, and, ia fact, the
trance, in winli r.,.Ti:7r- J'T""' ",, u ire. mat tne gooa UocJiin.s wordi
. ui 1 condishen iii- w0o( he mav be urofHUk-
enabled to penetrate the dim and misty S J pj?,.0. rua: V W
hitur and foretell rat wuK to happen. V VlIoSl
I declined to he expenmenled will, for - . (iuL)
a rcahOIl. 1 dfm f. wini !-.. Tlir. V.'.. r.. .1...
ia 11 pjtKunuw .uiui u.iLK ii.i. case. Novt we un-no: scekmir to ilnw t i r iul (inJ', unnVir nr ffi-w- i It touchr I upon mea:or es of the d-ad
1 si' ll the urouertv desiroved in n 1 .1 laivtn, uu uocsn l kuov, 01 iorgei.-, . , , , ,' , . , l
i sec an ino iiropti uusirojcu in ,.ir:lit.i between the charges against 1 , ' . linl r t , '. ..uTtiw.i tnat -hould be sacred from interference
the South paid for in the same way. I m,. i..i,., ,i ,1,., ,...u..ii ., 1..1. ' how crJ mtio .t t.ike to con-oie the , , ,.-,:... T .... 1
. 11- -1 .- 11.1 . ...1.. ." ....x .t-vv,..t .hiu tui, Minuni .-u.ni'i.in 1 llAnHinrntloiiirlr Ai..n-ilitiir!fi f'l.oir " -:"- -""' ' politics. 11 IUI ICpre-
hev imself bin paid lor 11., mules c.vp- insl Wa,n& Mr collU ;irf' .inSv seated a worthy Lly and caused her to
chered by John Morgan when he raided nol t:lkl. hU k.iu. iiml rea,n thftm ; BjJ of t Den. era. o . d thpuuic iu an unen.
this part nv Kentucky, and J see m.aol: j the pre,l.n oof lho AmeniaiuV-oplu. Demote r Ss' Z 'ce-siv -nd VW l- I memories
liin ju cemfort on the intrest. ...!.. .... ;.,.mmi;..tt. ,-,,! xn.. f J'inot atn. org.i.i-. the millosuu and .. . ,, '... : ,
-1 s -e yoo. Parson, in the st-o.lis at "" " V"' Zh V.. ovenvnclm a? defeats of the Democratic - - l--- -; r - - -
lniorestm reform, from the hiihra! to it as one ct ,h(. .,,; indication? ",;'' ,-!".V "','." ', y. ',"t"-. n- t u.oj.,, Vit'i "tlmir ui-1 -o-v. chwrfiil horn-. .-Al-l-Oic wo-W- ' SWJ&e l' t ' ',-S,5'-lv5 ""'
the lowest, rndilicgm-millsrejotvith lh;lt ? 1!q),:b,in randl(iaie b not " bv m oru Sf i Ik, Ti'L' vitot ", Mnor. hoa-it Sv ! nnl trotnr trnT.ioes .on.otb-,,, 7 i-MlS 5
"T'Sf'SSel. v time roiled 2?? m"mfn rT' IrSSTS " ,- o ! ptftof cptot ! . .. r-djgjd h.,- RUCCISTsTO
tadnmnl. and matters revcrsed-thnt C ff teLltaFrTn '3 ;f .lJ?ther State, acted li,e Venno.t. ! 'etSr' JmrrS ""-"'"' ' J gVfeCrwl StCKS 3Sd ESRiStenSOi' ?
cventiu- done bv the Per Wiw Uhed nersonnl onor whoislo-.-.l ,..,! l,K -l'nioerats would win. a glonou , " c. l"c-' IO'-C(l a circular purport.nj -- - - i. "lViW u-u -wi w -. a
i.artv for the last twentv-fotiAears is t iJdbv his'n d-b aVnimv, 5ctot-v: when the Republicans ear- to -scnl L-v the llepubli- fencin? Straw Stack. Z eJSSsw V W .. . J
Lv,ne away with, from the emansipa- 'SS'S FiwJ Pr c the Democrats were ! .? m'e- .?, .V?tcnt W1:h .... T - ! CnJ' K '"Uf( 5
ers to the ishooing uv in mn power and pos-ession. making a : -"-. - vouawi iu -.i.ue m m tne omcrseuieu iarm.ng wiwjn - vr JVS.vr v " u Xt'ti.-ev x'
old mail wuz completely traarfr
It wiiz suthin t feel "cz "od
xyJ ez he
did, cf it wuz only a dreem, and that
dreem lasiin a raiuxt- He awoke from
Did he actllly sec wat his word indi
katcd? Uv course he did. Wat else are
we uv the South workin for? Wat else
do we strive and struggle for Nahnel
-iay luc goou ixiru semi us; t! vietrv
Mr. Schtirz has been not only a polit
ical Ishmaelite, but a wanderer on the
lace of the earth. It would be unkind
to refer to his or ginal migration a.-ro
the Atlantic, !ecause fJerman-Ameri-
cans ou-'ht not to be reminded unneces-
Sa"'y OI l,ie birthplace of oui of their
number who Iiils so frequently insulted
' thin by aisuminir that he ciirried their
vote-in his oeket. Witliout rrference
to kis Kuronean career, it will serve
1 i',ft present jiurpo-jt; if we remark thxt
Mr. Schurz ha had no permauent abid-
inj-ijRce. ile has lived hast and u est,
in Wiscm-in. M'. .otiri, Illinois. Wa-h-inrton
and Nexy YurK, and never lon
enough anywhere to identify him-wdf
with an- community and to form neigh
borly associations. Thi fact accounts
fr his low opinion of other men's
neighbors. At Chicago, for example,
he referred with contempt to tin; splen
did tribute of respect and confidence
which Mr. IUame'-. neihbrs. the
voters of Augnia, have rendered this
week at the jiollm-places. "As to the
large lteiiubiican majorities in Maine
I ue:i)g a vindication 01
be-Dir a vindication of Mr. H2ainc.it is
only so much the wor-e for his
bor:" Tids is the iudirui"nt of the
mercenarv and selii.th sneerer who has
wandered from State to state and from
city to city and never succeeded in sur
rounding himself with either neiirhbors
or IViends. "It i- only .-o much the
wor-e for Mr. lihiine's neighbor-..' if
theji have faith and confidence in him
after knowing him and having bu-d-ne-
relations with him for thirty
One of Mr. Schnrz's politieal allie, at
present, is Mr. lSeecher. Another cam
paign Avill proba'.dy find them on oppo
site side's, and Mr. Schurz will then be
a ready to defame his asocial c of to
day as he N now pleaded to compliment
him. The hand of this jtolitieal i-h-mael
is agtiiivt every man who does
not oniploi him. and sooner or later he
will be certain' to attack those who are
plotting with him against the Ilepub
l.caii party. The d:iy will come when
he iv.il refer with distiviu and irony (as
his hit partners and pre-ent allies al
ready hae) to the lo-.altv and con
stancy with which llymouth Church
adhered to Mr. i'eeeher1- lortunC' ten
eti ago. The venerable clerg.mau
Ava-. th -ii charged with the most hideous
oflence, and ins letters we:e cited by
hostile critics a- containing irrefutable
proof- ot guilt. Ilis neigh' or-, and
pari'-hioner-. who haii known him for
thir'y years, read the letters and de
ci'ued f iirouounce him gudty. They
accented his cp!anntious and ver-
whelmed him with tokens o: ailecrion
ami confidence. "What would Mr.
Schur say of the intrinMe value of
such a verdict as that? Nothing but
this: "So much the worse for Mr.
Ueecher'- neighbors!" Yet the fiet
would remain that Mr. lleceher could
not have held hK crotiud for a -Ingle
dav if those frends and parishioners
had not believed him innocent and held
ip his hand-. If the-, had distrusted
him, or Mipported him witn hesitat-on,
he would have gone flown and ouU
Men would have said Fven h s
neiirhbors. who have known him moil
intimately and have hr.d the be.-t
opportiinities for judging of h.'
motive-, can no undcr-tarcd his letters.
and look upon him with doubt and sus-
if M.r. Schurz finds it ea-y to d.'spiso
the verdict ct the v.einaire. his colleague
in the present campaign has had icason
to be profoundly thankful for the prac
tical evideue -s w hich have beea given
ot the loyalty and devotion of Ids .
friends and neighbors Mr. Pee -her !
would have 10 confess that the esteem
and constancy of his neighbor- carried
him through the great crisis of hi- lilo, 1
and that their faith in him w.is a
stronger argument with the public in !
favor of his innocence than any points J
in the legal bneis or the evidence 01 the
could find to plead his case for him and
to give to tho-e letters a plausible inter
pretation. This is not the point we are
seeking to emphasize. It is lie cold
and clammy sneer of Mr. Peeeher's
present associate against the lavorabie '
judgment of mends and neighbors
which we have been considering."" Sen
sible men always set a high viluc upon
he gootl opinion of their neighbors.
"Wc iearn, ou tiie bet Democratic au
thority, that the Pepublican National
Comm"t!ee are at their wits' end. and
are rapidly being reduced to a deplora
ble state of mind. A-l their artifices,
and even their threats, to extort money
from the long sufiering (Government
clerks have failed, and" with clasped
hands and bowed heads the National
Committee we are assured stand pict
ures of stony despair.
"We are al-o informed on the best of
Democratic authority, thai the manner
iu which the Pepublican National Com
mittse uebaud.ed anu corrnjtted the
volr.-s ot -Majue, uttmg th s and that f
togc-tner. martes up an tmcxampled story !
of politcal depravity. Tne committee, j
we:.re:idvscd.lrOn-ed forth, the conlcits .
of ineir over:lowmg coffers with lavish
prottigality and will, seductive snrles '
auu caresses oesougiu tno sturdy e
ami caresses besought tho sturdy
men of Maine to "dip in" and take
their fill. They did so and in that way,
the only possible way as they protest,
ws Maiuc lost by more thau twenty
thousand votes to the Democratic
ie have carefully weighed these two
statements of the Democratic journals,
and are forced, on profound deliberA-
lion, to coniess inai tuey appear to i e
in conflict. Thi is to be regret ted.
For. if the public should begin to lose
iaitu in the candor of onr Uemocratic
fneuds, it is impossible to
how far skepticism raight go, or what
terrible calamities might, as a'cou
scfiuencc. ensue. X. lr. Commercial
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The Jewel, Coasisteiicv. S"m OI :i "ennoiican Luited Mate Sen-1 r" "4t "; "T". f""!'"-"?- - straw piajs a moi impor.au-. pun ic - VTAe, cs." .77. CD,wI
j .uaiiij. vanous Democratic iourna: i froni - Morr.ll. but which her afli- winterm-r stork. M .nv iarm-rs na; I; f! Nvv'-! .-
Tir General Kosccrnn one day last
reek predicted that Cleveland wouW
;arrv California In- n.tVi ma orllv. and
Ac next div Uj vra- 'aken si-U and mil
I Vj bcl A nightmare of that Mo Li
. inotigh to make any man sicH. I'kiUi-
rnectfuliv solicited to
ittcntion i ro
he call for 1.-
ri.U'Kj in boQUS.
juvt is,ned Ir the
seactarv of the '1 rettHu:
i im method of rtlucing ?uridtjg ami
rawsferring oonr. from tba Treasury
raIts tD the channel" of trade.
- Pluck, cnterp'ise awl shrewdness
with r. small sum of ntooer, weru the
. -apital with which Cnthnntrt? Kcniealor
j opened a market -'all iu I!:Jld!pii:r-j-he
was thou e-gbteen years old. To
! Jay hhe is tilty-ight, and has 5i'Tajtj
m the br.uJc. tn-uuiciphu. nine.
2Jsf The eulogies of the fate Socre
".ry 1'olger, jnnted iu I Jcn:oeriU.ic
icwpapers. would 1 creditAblo to the
aeads and hearts of the writers, if too
many of them were not tiefjMwJ by an
tHort to turn the Secretary's death to
political Hccount. Af. i. Omwitrew
If&'W. is shown h the ofiifial records
1 hat while Cleveland w sberifT of
ICne ( ouuy, N. V., he ehnrod ftir S$
Jnys' atieiidance at court :n one year.
The tables by which the Democratic
j-g:.us undertake to ihow that he will
be elected President are coutri:ctfi al
.r the same airy and lant&stic yU::v. of
TieS- The so-callwl "Mullisrau letters"
do not tell a connected story, wiiothcr
the original package or the supplemen
tal batch, or both together, be eonid
red. It is endent that they do not
embrace the entire correspondence,
and. as they ha, e Imscii made p:.blie by
Fisher and Mull.gr.n, it is fair to pre
sume that they were selected uv.d de
taehvd from the entire ccrre-pondence
it order to obscure a co:np:ete under
standing of the matter, aid thereby
irive color to the theory of Ulaine's im
proper motives. (Jiucajo Tribune.
KssAn iiunngruoiis feature of the
Democratic oition is the real in favor
of eh il i-erwee reform coupled witfi
the mo-t earnestly expressed intention
to "turn the rascal-, out." 'I vil s-cr-vice
iv form, a- taught by tiie Democrat-,
has permanence in othce as a
M-eeiul feature of attraction, but let it
bt; clearly understood this ble-s-'d per
maii'Uiee is not to begin until all the
prc-":i incumlients have been lifted,
?i;ck and heels together, out o their
positions and room made for an equal
number-of" Democratic heelers. S"'.
r8 Fortunateiv for the country there
; is a good pro-pt-ct that the ilepublicans
,wi. eu-t :t m:i;ority of the next hou-e
J of Repre-entat:es
gain ot fort seats to brinir about that
re.-ult. In this Stao there v. il! un
doubtedly be a gain of several seats
whieh were lost by Pepubliean apathy
in LSS:.'. The gr'winir nece-sity for
prudent and intellijent financial legis
lation, which the piesent Demo -ratie
House has refusei! t undertake, makes
a change in the politic.il control of that
body a matter of great importance to
the business community. A. J. 'J'rib
UK:. fcr" It is not long--only a few short
weeks bince the Demo ratie organs
were cuddling x-CjO'.ernoi Duller iu
the most devoted n-anner. Now they
turn their faces to the wall when thev
hear his name and speak of him a
"Pen Puller. It is to be feared that
... .. .. ..
before long they will begin to all Jim
"Old Spoon-" aga-n. Somehow, since
he committed the Democratic party to
the care of Providence in the Chicago
Convection, declaring that he coul 1 uo
more ior it. and made known his inte::
lio: to keep on running for the Presi
dency, he is not nearly as ureal and
I a man in the e.-timat on d the
"$- s as he was before. DciroU Post.
It is true that outside of the solid
South the Republicans have carried j
every State that has held a Mate clec- J
Vcu this vear. It is true that the Ke-1
- . . . . ... 1
puobcan victories nave been decisive
and sweeping. It is true that the Dem
ocratic record for !-sM is one of defeat-.
humiliation and lo-s.
Nevertheless, if any body savs that
ivirtv in lsl .in ..i, .it.I nil 1 i
realfv Democratic victories-perhaps a '
r ,i t .1: :, 1 1.... 11
cause for reioicing' Mr. P:vrnum isaa-
cuscd by ; tie New York S .
c:atic Tammativ organ, of saving that
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Dettioeivirie. tjiw-nfiCi " n(! t!in llntnA.1
tj:ijv ljie !
It would be difficult to conceive or a
more complete triumph than the Ke-!
publicans achieved in Maine. Thev
won all the Mate ofiices. all the Con
gressmen, ail the btare Senators, nearly
all the Suite representatives ia the Leg
islature: thev carried every count v in
the State, with about alfthe county
oiiiccs. Put Democratic or-rans re-ofcss
to consider this sort of thing rea.lv a
tnumph for tne Democratic
Tuey take the position of the t onfeder- I
ate who. after Sheridan had sent Jubal t
barlv wmrliug nn Um Shenandoah
valley, was boasting of the i rea: Coa- i
federate victory. Uelng asked by a j
TiU'.7.1nri fr-innn hmr 1 f"-..l ..7ir ..
Confederate victory when Early had '
lost nearly all his Lims, most of his bar-
uueus oi uaiiie nag
.J 1 ..! .
dous lot of killed, wounded, and pri-on-!
ers. and wa? fleeing wi!h Ids r.intwl :
array tor dear life, tife soldier renlied: .
.... . ...
uny. more'n halt ot us got awav'y -
alive: an7 if voif d a-been thar. you'd "a .
il... I . I .. .. I . ....!.. . , itOt 1 UH lllw :?U tt'i IflL t U 11 tiLT 4X111. t tit 1:1 I
t-l-'Ul- lt.i.13 ill.KIU .-HlOt.lUHiUn Lilt" ..,, r. 1 IT I .11 111 P rf-' - ,1 .Sv M
argued that the Democratic party had .avit i'rovcs to l' sn "tnVat fabrica- that thev consider three tons of ciean". Z X gto:3:4 ! V-7
cause to rejoice! " x' I; probable that the perpetra- j bright baricv or oat straw cmai to iw ? 7liaV cSsfiL9 Z1&4&41 r
thought thai was the biggest victory Ave ! ort" n a, lc eSroatcry to ask tho
had an- use for." So "anv Republican ; PPrt f honest and conscientious
triumph wh;ch doesn't totally anaihi- mo.n" ,0ui upon such hypocrisy,
late the Democratic party is considered "C'V-ek" (j fjou-0c dealing! r.c peo
a great cause for Democratic congratn- P at ,e polls will sternly rebnkc the
latioa this 3-ear. As State afterVtatn i etaocray- for thus, prtsuminor upon
rolls up a big Republican maoritv, the J ncir. ?ood nature They will resent
;iaa ana grateful Uemocracv crawl out
from under the wreck of their party.
exchange congratulations of ;oyfui as
tonishment, and Join in singing the
jubilant hymn: Great God! 3iid are
we yet alircH Detroit j?osL
Tfcey Do 5t Want a Chanr
Democratic orators arc trvmc to rn-
I tt' the tmnrvsjion tua:
intere? ti of Hip emmtrr trani a
' caanI:.," Hht iniot to t verr rtra-
f tral ttt4no dcirosKB xs proof of tkc
aectt-;ty ot a cnaapc. and preUoc io
IkTe thai such ehaa -ouH iro
" "'",- -,' - ..'- uru ;;-
ni -.n in.' &j " tt.wi. mnris t aAa .
' m-ni nsai u; sw uapoaeu upon tell-
1 'V,:. "v"
it kv. v4r
that th icotti arc
tsked to inaiu will iovolve a rurohitios
in oar -y-aem of collciiag ami d.-bor-lag
ti revoites of iho (loronttaent.
Itwill iavolve a universal distcrb&ai
j of valttes, and will eomp-I a ror- lrg
Lperrntage of mjumf act ariag eaiabliJb
1 merits to di-chre tbeir work man ami
. -aad ojcratioas for an indoftiute
' wrr.od of time. Protected as iiuty mr
i m n irreitt measure at bm from vnia
j ou competition with Karopma pro
j ducora. 'nir maaufacuirers are ir-rcr-tbleis
irTsriag from over-prod action.
and ther are runt. tag at kw pre-ar
until seh lime x they cca find a
market for accumulated stocks. Capi
tal and labor adk? feet tha deprefc-iti
innucaor o ucn a tatu u: trace, oot
the eil i- coring itsctf.
jslitl-owners. maufactTirers atti ea-
idoyes arc in the
mow what Is the
game boat. The
matter, and lb-v
know that the trouble u not v'tth the
vsu?;n, but that il li the inevitable re
Kidt of too much individual jwm! eorjo
rato enterprise a intsa.pplicatifrQ of
native iHM'er. As seuib niea they
know that their condition is net g'ing
to improved by adding to the weigut
of their woe, uoh an apphcat. n of
the homaopath c principle thev are not
disposed to accept.
A chance in governmental control
means a substitution of free trr.'ie for
i protection, and busi:ie,-s men arc verr
Jar from de!nng to precipitate finan
cial trouble or to invite panic, which
would follow a change as certain lv as
nigiit follows day. It is very wed for
political economist to preach the ffo--pel
of free trade. Theory i- one tiling
ami praciVe i-. another. A bnuking
down the system mean- irretriavnbie
ruin to the thousands ainl hunln-is ol
thousands cf men whose money i-; in-vest'-d
in industrial euterpri-es. atsd it
means the further impoverishment of tha 1
nmuou- ot art-.ans and labonng men.
i'u! into practice the theory of free
tr.ide and there will follow such dis
tress and ruin as America has never
It is t guard againt the possibility
of 'uidi a suite of affairs that Uie men
'Alio represent the business inurests, as
well as the great army of workingmen.
will otc to reta:n in their service the
men who have been named by thj Ke
publican ::rty as be-t quaM;eeI to
t thj, pnnejp of ' lh:U
, The ,,1. htls pri,w
rejre-ent tfi' aims, the purposes, and
rich since tiie Kpubucan part, enme
into power, and the progress mail is
largely diw to the fostering care that
has been taken of American industries
by the party iu power.
if th.s be misrule, then the people
want more of it- A misrule that rn-
nehe- the Nation and elevate; the eru
dition of the masse- is the sort of mis
rule thev need. Tnev want no change
that v. ill snrivel our Industrie-, jiaiil-:
ze enterprise, aad crush the poor t
prostrate into the mud. That is the j
Democratic conception of a reform in j
the Administration. Tiie would-be ic-
former- must hold out a more tempting J
bait than that if they expect the peo
ple to bile. Tnere i- nothing eutic.ug
in a picture of desolation. The few
bu-mu-s men who want a change
. ... .. ..f
as short-sighted and thoughtless as the
patient who wanted his leg cut off to
get rid of the pain in his toe, Xaiionul
Demorrat ic Fui-gerics.
The Democratic forgery mill i.
grin.'ing away. A Miort time ago a
great hullab'iloo was made over a leu
ter purporting to have been sent to t'.e
Kepubhcnn National Committee I
Mr. Lot M. Morrill n rehit.on to the
circular -cut by mistake. It is now
stated upon good authority that Mrs.
Morrill declares by affidavit that this
letter, which re'lected crv bitterly up
on Mr. Plaiue. is a foriren. Hovv the
1 Democrats expect to ga.n anything by
1 the disgraceful methods employed by
I them in the present campaign is hard
to see. J his last forgery particularly
'" l'u MiesvuL. A.m ousieiiieS'
f:intf .that in'?h.1 ri?hfl,11y " consM-
ered in connection with tee aflair. Il
:L3 :m :ic:. ,tbat sLon'd ca,ssc cvfrI" I
iemocraL wiiu a sense 01 sen-respect 10
11 . ...?- -r . . - :
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UlUsa ior HIS )artv anil ILS m'inous. t
There was nothing in the world to be i
uv tne course laken tv uie i
A mistake was made bv n. '
mailing clerk. The document sent to i
ine name 01 tne deceased oenator was '
tors will be run to cartb and the
viiliany and meanness of the Demo
cratic managers fully evposed.
v hat can be the obiect of the Dem-
ocrats in thus signalizing their cam
paign by a .series" of the most stuoid
anil transparent forgeries. It rjtist run
ic t'ie political blood of the party. The
people hvve no: forirotten theforey
forgery or four vears ago. Tnat trans-
actin branded the Democratic nartv
uPon tJe forehead w th a mark si
p-"-tJ that centuries can not c ace it-
i5ut here we have repetition-', with the !
exception that tee crimes have not tlic j
m-jnt of smartness. Such methods can i
but lower the L'cniocrati'c i?artv in the J
e-tlmatlon of auy hones: man. The !
Democrats party vishes to get into of- j
nee. so accompiisli tnis it descends to
lying, forgerv. decepdon. ambiguity,
evasion, misrepresentation. bulIdozinT.
ballot-box stulanjr. bribery, fraud, and
... i t,-, ..-
1111 mu uer. vvitn tnese crimes
nded m burning letters upon its rcc
"- imputauon tiias tnev arc blind
JcIs the Independent pacir a mvth?
X. Y. Sitn. lea, a Hytbancy.
Hnitoni 1 TI11 c? - ..- .,.t.iiI.n,ii.li.M. 1
tors win be run to carti: and the ton of l.av. while sot a few jniei tlzczsZFmW'' ya Jrc-ir V ; MBaaT
H03E. I'JLIU! AXD GAnDDT.
- -Pear ise Is MisrUaww feapraTed.
If tae par eeas rather tAuft. W
add-itr lew fir tfc wstic Wfor
slew S- Trf Jim.
--AipWs tliat art? too tart u ake
aT0raW ao?caa U MrftcoowT Mhkw
da by addiac aJoc a
lirfrJ of VW
.m-mb a as a - . .- k. 1 & wih. mi
wit w i. . nu -
1 jene cow. .fcsrAOMo.
A !Ht?ra Wefccpir tkinXA
th bet hm foed, a Ut haarr froot
, seen has Ihe dvMmga o aot be as
' mixed 4lh poJleo, waica h WlrTr
' raueA dr'P-T amoojr ta W la
wmUrr. dtoe&ie. hvwvror. sthomid fc-c
If ay peroa i J fisate to mw
1 son vita poteoa trr wiQ lat wr olire
i- .- . .r -
oil after being tnpo-md to It m will iel
no nati esart-. aad tne oil tu xtmnrL
j be the erib of Um paSmm If a Sew dmmg
' he taXen erwi aiex bm poaMia hi
I broken ont. tiotton Hmdijtl
Salt ia their food when oooke!. km
, poohrr. a tctt prafMK anmt9$:. but
salt gnea In u raw sAate is deiclenua.
if much of ;t is u4ea nr fowl-. We do
not recommend k nee ia car form av
mned with their mah of scajoed meal
and boiled rewetjibl A' I'. TtH.
1 - -r - -
- Peach Cake- Hake three yh&Hm ol
sponge cake as for -Ut cxke: oat aVe
npe peaebei ia tbin sitta: prepare
cream h whipmag. we4eaia aod
adding flavor 01 tantlla. ii deetrvd; pot
la ers of p-a-- hes beovoen tae heeu t
cake; pour crown aver traeJi layer aad
over tiie top. To he eat n sooa after it
ii prepared. The ifotseMoid.
- For hair enrler take tiro ounce
of lKra. one drachm of mm arabc
and add to them oo qnart of hoi ao
1 oiliug) water. Stir, aad as -hio a
the ingredients are dsolred add tv'o
txble-fiooufuL of spirit o camphor
H" fore going to bed wet the ha r aith
thi- Huid and roll it ia pieces of paper
ia the u-u.-.i manner. i"njf.
A hand-omr toiiel-cuUiott is cov
ennl with dark bine sailn: it i trimmed
all around with ribbon of the Mime
shude bo-jdatU-d, aad in ot citmrt
are ei!ow daisies with bhurk heartland
with green stems. 'Hie? are pnt very
closely together so that they appear in
a ma-H. and the blue muit be 00:11
pletely hidden at that corner. A so
pillow with the ume deiga ! oqually
haudsome. A". F. i'oi.
Usrautifv Your Iiojuc.
The home sho ild he a bennlifn! aa
pleasant ns it is jumble to make it
Home is the place of ret and pne tn-joyim-nt.
It is the refuge from cut,
trouble, and all the tumults and turmoil-
of life. It is the one spot where
the heart's purest affections garnet
themselves and seek the :r cboen ret-iiig-plaoe.
It is the womaa' Ur-t dut
toruaku thi- dwelling-plare, over whhh
she i- th- motlier queen. s cheery. coz
and lovely as she can. The bri rvq.u-
, site tr this desiretl conummat.ou 1
j that she herself be happy, hopeful.
; pleasant, and conlenl-'dlr :igre.ardc.
J'o become thi she must live hygien
ically. she mu-t o-it proper food, wrnr
comfortable clothes, and not b op
pressed by too many cares and burden.
If she is her own housekeeper he
should .study to do iter work on the
most simple and easy plan, cook but
few dedies at a lime, ami have uaeh a
perfect in itself as pcxwible.
Woman has no more important duty
than that of making home jiUrtan
Neatness and cleanliues are indispen
sable to a cheery, coy-iooking room.
A plain room plainly furnish -d mid
scrupulously cle.m is far more bright
and bcautbul than a more pretentious
one richly adorned with e-s:!v lum.-
ture that 1- sndod, mutilated and
ways in disorder. A few thrifty, nicely-kept
Uoweriug plants and trailing
vines are one of the most enlivening ad
juncts to a living room, and a shello-ed.
sunnv window i- far better for them, in
j moderately cool weather, than t e over
' heated and often dusty ia-ide poi:ion,
( and they are jut as easily seen a!K). A
few nice pictures on the walli are al
ways pb as ng; but no picture that
shocks the leelings should ever have a
dace there. Pictures of war. murder,
.eath-bed scenes, animal fights and
jlnor soul-harrowing vie.v sought nc.t
to be made at all, and espeeiaL'y al
lowed within the s.-.cred precincts o
home. Pright. gay, happv and inspir
ing views alone should meet the gaze ol
the family circle. Should there be un
sightly obje -is iu the room or reer-se-that
conta'n unnecessary adjuncts ic
comfort and convenience, a bright
chintz curt-.iu will screen them fron.
view, and wiil of itself make a piea'ant
re-t ng-place Jor tie eve. Should a b.t
of plastering fall from the wall a p;e
of white muslin nearly uastonl over tin
piaee will hide the defects and sa.e a'
Mrther scaling ofT and dripping- o
In a thousand wav one can ved
.'..., .. .1..
ind add to the beautiful, uuti
., ..." ..! . 1...I. t l
- iiu.huius.. miie :oi:ie n:a travonie ;i
vrv bower of pleasantness and cheer
The love of the beautiful need tie
o.-tenng care of every one who won. d
mae me pieasani anu uaoin. 110-
j thei of equal value, pound for pind
tme thing at any rate is certain- cattb
. - t .. t --.
and horses arc vcrv load of oat an-
' baricv straw, and farme-s who
j never done so should eivc ii a irLiL
btraw stacks should always be fence I
in. espec s!i wltea located in a yard is
which s ock is to be Kent. On of the
; it & rrsde by setting at each corner i
I tb stack (a square one I a bhicx: o;
wood twenty mche- m diameter
and two fee: in length- I poa tfcee
rest the io-s, tiie endsot which sboulc j
be I'atteced to prevent ro!.nr. Trwv
c:,,nT'lr? . n;ir: nti,? itat in ltsm-rfr
two being idneed upon each side, I:
the stackers a largo 6nc. or more thsr
twenty feet sjuare. aa extra bjOcL
shcald be placed npoa each side.
I have seen both horses aad
several v iniured bv running
- . 1 r o
me oroiectmg ends ot stakes and rad,-
I so often ussd as a fencs fo.-stratv stacks.
Many use a post and board fence; but
that is a frail and danzcrons stmctnre.
Uo:trd3 like the rails, are cailv broken
aad knocked off. trampled in tbH
manure, etc., while by tbe use of a log i
fence nothinir of the kind can tac place!
j-iiu ttovK caa no ue inureu. ana U
mrtae of durable timber tne
not no tasca aown tor manv
will add that in sections where sue
a fence itas been once used. XanBersar
so well pleased with it a to adopt H a
soon as rossihlc X 1. saMiXf
A Pr! H3VT.
Ol aft th 4&jrlr tmairm repnc3
mmuririem nmtmomi a
swA. ee of tW aunt filmr ex
Ibe aaaOy mt Mr Mafcioo t. (lwir t.
robMtiapr oa IVan r ana, Hi Uwk rty
The wnwrfrfal 1 tile awtwii mr.n latatim
hcae wnmi n 9a J tke pt of Mm Lubqw.
Xr CVtwa upMi turngtomr. It
r carht a Uap Um avC- "
rae aaoal to Ve lrwra4 a a paJ W
war maraea H Mim Liseae.
it xi-tm tarmrd a tuimf
It awar aiwmieiaiwi
Um aoaae. aaJ mrkmy it ae4 m her
wort baaa.es Mia Lootie ia rent tamd ;
of eroraeinp, aad tW aae. rfc ear
ku aamed "l,ntle rWlf." wool mn am
tae table wairfciag aer Am heau. p- :
jmemily Ueeph iiitnjril. l mwrwl
PcaawiiM wfea the toaayla4t laid 4o-
her work U(Ue BUlt." wvmbA id
1 ift to taJte np tae awbet needle (
aad knhyw bee cauuaaak TW iaeg4t
at laat cerarr ed to be taaa e deaiPNl to i
leara erocaeiaE Mw procaeed a mrnU
croefcet needle aad factnaaj Is i a lore
paw with a narrow rttaa, fpire ajfli
vuaar Macrrme cord to practke a. U
learned cdoa-iy at nC bat mtA Ire 3
eafehi! aad patieat aiftratJoa d tt
trea Little lUliy uHwaatety in 1 Q aaw j
tae utttrtcarMa k tW titea. aad aow ;
eroebrtu a iadactrkHMiy a am vaaajr
miaUvea. It has already enwbeted' Htm J '
a anb. and aaaii bedspread, sad tt to '
ow rnsred oa a moxdea acd far lla ,
Uxor, ft U qnin? x. runsti m tW
vicinity, aad to indeed oae d tae mart
uittguiar iataace ol a buasaa mtriiH
jfeaee eW4in ia aa aaiaial tbat ba
ever beea made kaoan. faW,A
j A CUr-mmrmi 5ari8.
' ii.-. Jb! uwd I. UtM, abertft. AerkUad,
w Ka&lwtd, utIUk: I reJrw4 an ta-
jery te air bonldr ia Jaaa, UfcC, Bad
, from that date aatd Jalr, MM, I eeeid mA
um my ara. I apinUd to aaniicai aaa
nal nmml all aortu of Uatmeat, w Uitout ay
baecSU I aav srat 4aarn ia vtaUag
1 had occaatoa U mm ih. Jaodw UU far tt,
an.l ! aa4 not oead H aaorw taaa baa aua
at4M Wfur 1 Ml U t-inilirUl CeS. aat
' 1 ran work with my aaw or jad at w4t
m vr 1 did. aad raoonaeaad it fee aav cmm
Tku yeaas man ae wi JUtwl r4arkrt
fBftUfKily u h frivad lAt Ur " I
b Um4 eaacbt ateU taat tm9.--ur.j
tea Frte Jrets.
If lttkitl with Srr Itvaa. a fJr. lar
TaoaiiMn'c !; Wnwr liracfdmi avti it. i-
VV11T I It tkat rlrt a&avl lUna xrr a!
xriys dark bntwliM ad Wf41i 1 n
clrHl iml ixly-Mvu VMtali h At t4
Ki:. for tftf Ijz Qafclnwar U it law
ful (r r bind tn&u U u ok a till ;m at.-,
at isbu Lfe.
Tin: ,'i:xr.KAb uakkcts.
KAXftAS TlT. licUit-r . 1
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(TaJaaMe- .Votlilns an Irtli will1
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ut 2Oa at.: Cfclcass, 2i Ta&a.T. '
$60.5 TON I
1VAG0X SCALES. 1
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